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There are 8 Good Residence
Lots on the Waikiki side of
Fort Street, for sale, about 7C
feet above the east corner of
Fort and,Vineyard Streets.
The lots are leveled and
ready to be built on at oiue.
The location is in a quit,
and respectable neighborhood
The prices are cheap and
The terms are very easy.
For further particulars appl
W. C. AGHI & CO.
July 21, 1898.
Real Estate ai Collection
Island Potatoes and Corn For Sate
TO TUB TRADE.
OFFICE, C32 FORT STBEETi
GEAR,' LANSING X CO.,
210 Kino Stjieet.
Stock and Bonds bought and Bold undor
the- rules and In Uio board
rooms of the
Honolulu Stook Exchange
' LOUIS X'M'GREW i
OFFICE: No. IB Knaliutiianu street.
Honolulu Formerly A. Host's office
UnitVU -SWUMI UWIII1 'J1UUW IlIUAUifl
Accountant, Searcliora of Titles and
r General Business AgonU.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Member 'ol Honolulu Slock Exch.nte.
Telephone u. P. O. Box 574
wm. A-. LOVE,
Htocks,Bonm and Otiit.k Securities
Loun.i Negotiated, ltcal Kstato.
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- Plantation Investments.
Lanai Sugar Co,
The SUBSCRIPTION LIST for the
ftbovu Plantation la now open at my
The prospectus may U; had onaif
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nor KrK nml feetol'b''
Tho SUBSCRIPTION LIST of th
bovo Plantation Is now open and th
prospectus may bo seen at my offlce.
. BAR&Y ARHITAQB,
.A.Rofcl Estate wl SharaBrokor- r
C'ortl'r Klol: smd Bctool irtreC'W
Attorney General Taluks There's
'Difficulty' About Money.
Tbe $400,0)0 Offered Would Bare Benefited
Island of Hawaii Prospect that Hone;
Will' Be Plentiful,
Attorney General W. O. Smith
was nk il what wan tho status nf
thu proposed sewerage Bystoni
tV'iiu tho fund a for ltd construc
tion to have como out of tbo S100,
)00 bonds lately offuroi), and It is
ihnn one-third of thorn issued?
"No. That S400,OJ.i was intoud
ed largely for improvements at
Hilo and elsewhere on the inland
of Hawaii. Sorao of it would ho
for whari extsnsion. Part was to
build tho gap in the road between
Hilo aud Hamukua.
"I consider tho sowerago sys
tem of the very highest impor
tance among conteinplaied public
improvements. While I heartily
stippor. ti 1J.. W..U.I r red ilutti u
m the UoariJ of Heath, however,
1 hud n thing o do with its pro
para ion or introduction.
"There is not likely to bo any
trouble about funds. Many
wealthy .residents would no doubt
readily tako bonds if thoy wero as
sured it wan for the protection of
tho community's health by mean?
of proper soweroae. Often i
has happened in other matterr
that peopio Uavo bought bonds op
condition that tho proceeds sbon d
bo expended in cor tain improve
,menta that to them seouied of
Mr. (Smith gavo soveral in
stances of this cort of public
spirit, and continuod:
"Notwithstanding tho larg.
amounts of capital put into plant
titiou slocks lately, and three fit
four now plantatiohs projected
that will tako more, I believe thai
mnnoy will bo quito plentiful in
the near future. Tho coming
Bugar crops wilt be largo and the
tho assumption of four millions o
our debt by the United States
.will roleoso a larco amount of
capital, as there Jb at least two
million dollars of that debt hold
in this country,"
Old nvildPnt nt Clnum Obierver
Dltcnun Interior Affaire.
After the meeting of tho Board
of Agriculture, Allen Herbert
drew the Bulletin reporter aside
"I wish to givoyou my opiuioo
of how exceedingly woll Ouptain
James A. King has servod tho
country as Minister of tho In
terior. Ho is just tho kind of
man we want in tho.govornment.
There have been too many pro
fessional men in the management
of our affairs. Cantata Kiner. as
an old 'railor. knows what duty is
and insists on its performance, no
less by himself than by his sub
ordinates. lkI have been a studious ob
Borver of affairs here for the. past
thirty 'years, and would say that
Captain Kiog's administration of
the Interior Department has noVer
boon equaled. He has built roads
00 the island of Hawaii and other
inlands, and expedited public im
"Then tbo Interior oflico is
most efficiently conduptrd. John
Hapsingor and James Boyd are
always propared to give business
men or nowspapor men any in
fprmation they require."
JtlotlK- nnd Hon.
"Hood's Saraaparilla has cured
me of rheumatism and neuralgia
when 1 could find no roller from
anything olse. My son also suf
fered for yoara froin nouralgia
and boils, but since taking Hood's
Barsuparilla he has bad no symp
toms of those diseases." Mrs.
Annie McQowen, "8 North 10th'
St'njs't, Te,mple, Texas.
Food's . Pills ore basy to tako,
pasy to operato. Cure' indiges
This ovor popular Rainier beer
is boooming a honsohold word
und "will you hava a glass of
Seattle" is moro often hoard than
anything else. Tho Criterion
ronioon uuvu tuu poor on tap or in
bESIQN3 FOR PLAV QOWN3
A SliopU Kuoc!,obont CKitli fa'x Saiceptl
tie nrConTrultnt MftillQcHtlutit A Dain
ty Ory Cmhiucre Coiitunie Trits PIkIii
Tlio upoful typo of cloth or sergo
gown, olfctcd with duo caro, will een'o
for 111 nnluK wear during tho summer
r,i lj iuviilunblo for tho summer holi
day at cuuutrvcir soasido resort nnd will
then miwcr for an ovoryday knockabout
(Uc'H dm Iiik tho autmnn, and no shnpo
Is moro inliiptnblo thnn tho open fronted
tort to 1)0 worn with different vosts.
Gray, licavur and roseda shades in
sorgo or u thin cohtuitio oloth mako up
offoctlvoly in tho coat and skirt stylo,
as In tho cut, which is simply trimmed
with grouped rows of narrow braid.
Tho skirt is mado with tho front in ono
length nnd well rokA, tho circular
flounco joining on at tho sides, nud tho
wholo finished with rows of braid, and
braid again heading tho llounco and
running down each sido of tho front.
Tho coat llts perfectly closo at tho
back and sides, nud tho Imsqtio ground
ed in front, mid tho fronts can bo pulled
nearly closo or left looso nnd opou. On
n wot or cool day tho vest may bo of
cloth in uowmarkct form, ns shown in
tho sketch, and worn with n habit front
nnd nrnt tio. On warm days, for morn
ing wear, tho vcht can bo of graw lawn,
tucked nud put in full, or mndo in cam
bric in tho fashion of a shirt frout, with
center plait nnd sido tucks or frills.
For smart wear, sill: rovers, larger
thnn thoso on (ho. coat, can bo lightly
tacked 011 from tho insido, forming wido
rovers and collar, and tho vest can bo of
cream surah, veiled with soft flguro net
and finished with a folded belt nnd stock
of tho Bilk. Thcro is a good deal of
waste entailed by tho circular flounco,
nud with a very littlo inoro matorial it
is possible to mako tho costumo still
moro varied by having 11 bloubo of tho
sergo, with big rovers, faced with whito
cloth or silk, and u V shaped vest of soft
Bilk iu tucks.
Tho other dainty littlo gown shown
in tho cut is of gray cushmeio. Tho
skirt is plain, with a very narrow gored
VAHIKTV IN VESTS.
front width, uud down each of tho frout
scams runs a lino of quarter luch flat
ivory braid, with tlmo trefoil sprays
near the bottom edge.
Vests nro of tho mont varied descrip
tion, and tho smarter kind 1110 tucked,
frilled and hava insertions of laeo or
embroidery. Some tiro mndo clo&ely lil
ting, and theso are goncrally of cloth in
doublo or single breasted style. A bin
gle brcastod vest is shown iu tho second
cut Its habit front is quito distinct und
is mado of wash silk.
A narrow full vest of surah silk is
also shown, tho center fullness outlined
on cither sido with laeo insertion.
At thu top of tho diagram is a moro
fanciful vest which can lio fastened iu
tho center fold if material and lining
bo kopt separate, but tho oifcrt is bettor
and moro shnplo if fastened with flat
buttons down the back. Tim lines of
baby ribbon and gathered frills are sow
ed ou before tho mutei ial iu arranged uu
Tho use of tho Singer in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedented success of those ideal
sowing machines. It-ifciqpnvirvc-ing
proof that tho Sincr oxcols
in all kinds of family aowing and
nrt needle work. All onr sowing
maobiues aro of tho best construc
tion, bonutifully dpcoratod, and
are mountpd on selected woods in
finely finishpd cabinets of artiBt'o
designs. JJ. unrgersen, sgont, luj
TKe Jhlte'tiiv, Hk .plr wbnth.
(Ji.i, u, i jsoVBWUiflH
'"COZY' 5USURBAN HOME.
Ajtll!(? in Aiirwnrntiee rind Ciin Up llullt
r.ir Al.out (l.tbif.
Copy i IcW 1"!S. V yrv 1? :". 3 ?"
Tb ciintr Al ' nbt n 1 .lo know nil
about Imw to Nllul hour - O top nnd sell
tbcm dear, lio, Cu pioducv a dullur'i
worth forBOcontsnnd lunoM-t hobbles nn!
theorlei on tho subject of oer,i thing they
touch. No ono can ndvho Ilium, nor will
they learn by cxperlonco. No matter how
much it cost, they (till keep on in the old
rut. and their money is nearly always frit
tered owny. When thco people build, It
is Invariably found tbry lieno produced
something bo unique that no ono else
wants it. It has nlo co3t far moro thnn
It la worth or will over tell for, becomes a
druK on tlio market and nt last fell nt n
ridiculously suinlt flguro simply because It
Now, thli It not mi crnpgenitlon, of
eery tllnl;lnn limn must botiwnru. If I
Iind a tltlie of the money I Know nf roinc
men unstlng In pot schemes and theories
In tho uoy of Inud Improvements and
bulldlngN, I vould In) Independent for tho
VIIIS.T FLOOII PLAN.
rest of my llfo and work no moro. I see
rich men nnd corporations hacking up nnd
nupplylni; money to tlinso who only know
how to spoml and get nuny with It. I mil
tlii'in working mid graillngon land that Ik
valuable by reuHon of its natural attrac
tions, and they are robbing it of all Its
loveliness and eruitliiK IjIIIh of expensu for
themselves and thoo to fallow lucuuso of
Ignorance alone. Hut blessed nro the Ig
norant, for they do a great ileal of good
soinotlineH without knowing It They
create work, and that helps the 1'iborer,
and, though their eneigles nr mKapplled
to their own good, tliey yet lulng-good to
others. Andes long as the win hi InstH
no shall hint) the people with us and
must mako the most of tliem. It'stmly
by contrasting nsnlts hot is, en tki rae
Ileal man and the tlieiUr 1 1 it . can
measure real suiress and nrilti i i n true
appreciation of the labor til tl e m- u.
lio who works to win iniifl i I own t
tho needs of tbumastes and liuof ni'd w IU
hi (usii nioi: n.AS
tliem, ami thin (iittNi.-o Is siuh asilin ma
Ji rltv or Iiiiiiio nvkils will i' I'richite. It
H nil1 In il Ui ii u , h, rt n cmt u from
1I.3.IUI it Me i, i, Itwllhal n cozy, nr
il-il.j l.i.i.ii It ill u v 1 iu: re liulldli g up
-lil.i.rlmii In ,ui ip wniilil put up eniiiiHh
ul hi rli I nun ii. tin e'Hilil ei'M leliwliero
luv 1 1 A nil oiii' nt mint Djc liiI. rho
1 1 Ii in il w ' nl I'm; tun i(inestl;4 pily
Inr. Mini II tl'e ll u r.-t will iialUe this ho
IIUiiiiilii!clf ii i Ait nu I Idoiulniohe.
WiLkniiu if j'mi do 'not work, von
oue.ht mil tii ait
Ilungrv liiu'guis 'IhuruyoUgn ng iu
)uuiplli uu me, lor eami I u.it rnu-ti I
ii.ivu to. not cause 1 want to luiu.ui
To 'Itiu.ck thu spots oif onytlilug
is uu all uric n in l lie traditional skill ot
western ton boys uud lainous rillo shuts
who would oliout 'tlio spots out nt u
vrd held butVil'fU tbctluijeiiiof ufnWik
t ,y I ill 4
In KITCHEN I
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I rt dining room 1
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tUiaag&ZvJC . jJlaUAM
QUILTS AND CUSHIONS.
Patilin-orlL lied CTerln Agnln Comtnc
Intu Vogue The Lens Cnehlon.
With the uso of iron bedsteads nnd
the bid fashioned bedsteads of our grand
mothois, when such can be obtained,
bus uoino also tbo patchwork quilt.
Some cf theso nro being fashioned from
prints iu tho patterns our inothors nnd
grandmothers used, and others nro made
from linen iu whito and colors. A very
korviccablo one Is mado from turkey red
and whito cotton cloth. Tills is mado in
strips, and tho strips can easily bo put
together on tlio maehluo.
Cut whito squares of nbout three
inches and half squares of red and
whito of such a sizo that when a red
nud while half squuro nro sowed together
to nmko i squuro it will bo tlio exact
si?o of the wholo whito Bquaro. Put tho
first row together with alternate squares
nf tho plain whito nnd the rod and
white. ..Mnko tho next row of plain red
squares, alternating with tho red and
whito ones. Sow tho strips together so
that n plain squato shall always come
bcsldo tho ono mndo of tho two half
squares. A coarso whito laeo or knotted
cotton fringe makes a suitable finish for
A quilt of tho national colors is in
high favor just now. These nro usually
made iu what is generally known as
"log cabin" pattern. Cut cotton cloth
about eight inches square In tho cen
ter of tho square baste a titiy flag, cut
ting off ono cud so that it will bo
square. On each of tho four sides sow a
ono inch strip of whito cotton cloth. All
tho pieces should bo sowed on hi this
way Put tho two edges together in tho
samo maimer that velveteen would bo
held on the bottom of a skirt. Sow tho
edges together and turu tho Inst picco
sowed on over on the cotton foundation
and baste it down with long stitches.
When tho four niccos hnvo been nut
around tlio flag, nil tiroccTgcs of tho flag
will, of courso, bo covered neatly.
Around tho row of whito put n row of
turkey red, and around thut a row of
bluo bunting. Then 'begin with tho
whito ngniu, and continue, until tho
sqiuro is filled. Sow tho squares togeth
er ou the wrong sido and lino tho quilt
with red, white nud bluo hunting. Bind
tho edgo with red, whito nnd bluo rib
bon, or mako loops ot tho ribbon and
place them tit regular intervals oil tlneo
sides of tho quilt, liko n lringo. Tho
Now York Sun, which notes this revival
of an old fashion, says also:
Tho long cushion lias nlinost entirely
superseded tho squuro ones for uso on
tho dressing case,. Tho foundation of tho
long cushion is almost invariably somo
bright colored silk -or satin, but tho
decorations var7 according to tho own
er's fancy. It would nlmost seem ns if
tho longer tlio cushion tho hotter. In
fact, somo of them nro ns long ns tho
dresser itself nnd so placed that thoy
keep tho mirror tilted at a doslrablo
A very dainty cushion is first covered
with light bluo Bilcsia, and ovor this is
a covering of very iluo whito linen,
through which tho color of tho under
lining shows a very littlo. Tho linen is
embroidered with bluo forgctmenots,
tbo work being douo solidly and, of
courso, with silk. A rufllo of whito laeo
is gathered around tho edges.
I'mltlon In Society.
To all thoso who spond their time
wondering haw other peoplo live we
would suggest that an examination ot
tbo plaintiff 's petition iu tho caso oi
Schneider versus Hosier, '21 Ohio St
l)B, might throw somo light ou tho sub.
jeet. It was n suit undor a civil damago
act, and tho phiiutitl alleged iu bor pe
tition that she "was tbe wifo of ono
Zimri Hosier, on whoso good couduct,
frugality and personal labor sho was
dependent for tho support of herself and
their seven minor children, for tbo
propor culturo and moral traiuiug of
tbo latter, and, to a good extout, for
her own position In society. Tho said
Zimri Hosier, when not intoxicated or
laboriug uudcr tho cllects of iutoxica
tion, was an industrious laboring man
and regularly earned and received for
his labor $1 60 n day " There's mail
ugemeut for you. Soven children aud n
wifo supported, tho children properly
cultured aud morally trained and the
wifo's position in society maintained
all on if I AU a day I'orbaps tboro may
havo been extenuating circumstances m
tho intoxication of '.iiiiri Law Notes.
S .Ai-HeKnia ...
Tho FutOuo Will you go to tbo war
ns my substitute? ,
Tho Thin Oup Impossible).' I could
not wear yonr clothos. Now York
American Mpsuencor service.
m.nVeeMPMWHef 4 I ..
Real Estate and 1 rancs.
LIJFK and JEPIld
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life
surance co. of boston.
fiTKA fire Insurance Comp
Boardman & Masuj
Business Agency. I E
Houses for Rent. I
Real Estate Agents. j
Brokers in Japanese Gel H
lated into any language,
Agents for Japan Emigration Comph
U. p. Gntonj Hqub M
Room No. 1, Spreckels Block. J
Bruce Waring & 1
Lands for Sale.
to Loin on Mortgages
Wn ARE AnesT mo J
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothent
American Fire Insurance Co. of Pj
Hoomjjen 8. Telephone 67.
Real Estate Broke:
209 Merchant Btreot.
12 Chinese Granite Bitching Fostd
One eocond-hand Buggy, nea
uew, iu goou oruer.
House at No. 35 School street. I
W. C. ACHI & Cf
Brokers & Dealers
. TV I
XST We will Buy or SellKeal Estal
1. imw ui mo group.
CF" We will BeU Properties on' Bern
1FFICE, 10 West King Stri
J. S. WALKER,
iBNsnu. Aqikt tob Hawaiian IslaJ
Iloyal Insurance Company.
Alliance Asanranoa flnmnanv
Alliance Marino and General Assure
jo m puny.
Pacific Mutual Life Iiuurunco Co
Wilhelma of Madgeburg Insuranoe Ci
Scottish Union and National Insira
ooin 18 Hprockels Block, ITniiolnh, Ifl
Real Estate Transaotton
Hubsoribera are furnished with torn q
o six list 1 er weak, giving an icoar
uvu... ii. ai, iiccua, iuuiikuvoh, iniseH,
nues. nowera 01 attornev. eta.. t -wh
ire placed on reoord.
iulwcrlptlon Price, $2.00 per Mon
A. V. GEAK, I
210 Klnu Rt. nonoluln'
General Manager of ,
rhe Equitable Life Assurance Socicj
Ot the United Btates for the Hawaiian
On'oxi Merchant stnet, Honolnlai
p. siij-va., ;
Acknowledgment to Instruments,
District of Jfonn, Oalm.
At W. O. Acid's onto,, King street, nel
L. O. ABLES,
Real Estato; and Pinancii
815 FCHT STItKCT.
Persons wining to obtain linnrl
Makanao, Mwl.can lie ict'ommodatJ
Kt WW. U.. aAljjjjy'S
Term's, fli per week. BSSJb
p imf ira