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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., JUL! 29, H99.
FOR THE SEASON !
rgg PERFUMES gigi
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
Toilet Sets, Perfume Bottles,
Maile Cologne, Without a Rival.
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Orpheum. Building, Tort Street.
Is a first-class modern hotel. A German chef .has been
specially Imported, and every attention will be given to the culinary department. A
nrsfciass snort-order Dili ot tare. Keguiar
Private supper rooms; billiard tables; barber
A tew oinces to let in the ouiiding,
Another One Hundred Tons of
AT THE ! 3La Mm
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
In Bedroom Sets, 2-4, VA and 44 Bedsteads ; Chiffoniers, Meat Safes; Wire, Wool
and Moss Mattresses; Barber and Dentist Chairs, Tables, etc., to be sold at San
Francisco prices at the I. X. L.
P. O. Box sis. Telephone 478.
3 iBiaiEMaaiais BEiaiaBiarara Biaieiisjajsjajs
"7t7"i n T
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
W. W.rWRIGHT, Prop'r.
V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carry a Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery, Saddlery, &c. Paints.
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clariphos & Dick's Balata Belting.
This Belting Is acknowledged by several of the most expert engineers on the
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelchefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a full line
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM. LAWN
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTING. um' WW
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks.
35 DIFFERENT STYLES!
Gold Oak Bedroom Sets.
CHEVAL AND DUCHESSE
In Elegant and Various Designs.
EXTENSION DINING TABLES,
Just to hand
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Bloolc, Fort 8s Beretania Sts.
THE NEW DRUG STORE. VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
P, O. Uox (79 Telephone 364.
THE CHARM OF WOMEN.
The wish to be beautiful Is every woman's heritage. She never looses It. It
brightens every day of her life. There Is one charm within the reach of everv
woman the charm of healthy white teeth. Brushing with "OUR FRAGRANT
TOOTH POWDER" makes it easy.
uinner ai 5:30 p. m. mining nan uoxjo.
shop, and every convenience.
S. W. LEDERER,
.a v r - r-sr-r1 Tr. EoS
EX HARKKNTINE IRMQARD,
and Carriage Materials.
PARLOR AND DINING CHAIRS
OUR SOLDIERS IT TOKIO
Woucdsi Hen from Transport Shown
Students at the Japanese Capitol Direct
Them About the City Suggestion
of Police Sergeant.
Many of our readors in Tokyo
muet bare como across on Thurs
day parties of American soldiers
from Manila now on their way
homo by tho transport Hancock
whioh entored Yokohama oarly on
Thursday rooming, soys the Jftpan
As tho ship is to leave tho har
bor on Saturday, fully six hundred
of the eoldiors not laid up with
wounds or illness availed them
selves ot tho opportunity and
came up to tho capital for sight
Booing. Just as the ezproBs train
carrying them arrived nt Bhimba
shi, a largo number of college
students happoncd to bo thoro and
as the rather fatigued looking
strangers in strange looking uni
form emerged from the caso tho
boys curiosity was immense,
wondering whence and who those
foreigners oould be.
Just at that moment a police
sergeant, who had boon previous
ly apprisod of the coming of tho
soldiers, was struck with a happy
thought and told the students that
tho foreigners woro American
soldiers who had fought bravely
in tho Philippines for the glory of
their country and were now going
home. "Now," continued tho
sorgeant, "wero I able to spook
English, I would willingly tako
them about the town and show
them tho sights. Can't you sparo
a few hours and act their cicoroni
juBt to show how you appreciate
tho spirit of patriotism ?"
Tho sorgeant touched tho right
chord in tho heart of tho boys,
and thoy at ouco responded, "All
right, Sir," and a moment later
the boys wore seon lending groups
of tho visitors in different direc
tions. The incident in itself was
trivial, but associated with the
Imperial Rescript and Ministrial
Instructions recently issued about
the operation of tho revised Trea
ties, it may moan a great doal.
W. G. HALL BAILS.
Tho W. G. Hall sailed forMolo
kai promptly at 9 o'clock last
evening with something over a
hundred passengers all told. Fol
lowing wero tho cabin passengers:
W D Baldwin, Alexander Ather
ton, Dr W Hoffman, Prof Sedg
wick, Rov Father Mothins, Bro
Soveranus, Major M W
Wood, W O Smith, Charles
Notley, John M Kea, Sh
tor lienedectinc, Waltor Thurtoll,
Dr Holland, Rev Mr Tubbs, Mr
Davoy, Sister Bonaventurn. Bin I or
Autouio, Sister Floviana,
uuancs hiicox, Attorney Gen
oral Uooper, Mi6s Savoy, Ca
therine E Martin, H P
Webber. Mr S atar. K T.axaia
Lowis Gear, LDTimmons, Henry
imitiuuutu, Kiipuun iierger, 1'rot
Hickmore. ltcv Morphmmp. fl n
Langill and Dr Howard.
J. no Btart ou tho tour of inspeo
tion of tho settlement was made
this morning. The V. G. Hall
will start for Honolulu at 4. p. m.
The Huniliiy floncrrl.
The band will play the follow
ing selections ot a concert on Ma
keo Island Sunday afternoon at
tho usual boar:
Tho Old Hiinilrmi-
Overture Tho King's Lieutenant
Finale Rlgok-tto .Vertll
(a) Pilgrim Chorus
r, (W Kvunlng Sfnr Wngner
Grand Selection r Mnrtlri
Cornet Solo Alice Where Art
Mr Charles Kreiitor.
Melodies of Northern Europe
Gavotte Soft Glances Nevoux
Overture-La Dame Blanche-
The Star Spangled Uaiinor.
History of Hawaiian Islands,
from their discovery to the pro
60ut time, by Prof. Alexandor.
Tho only work oublishod coverinc
this ground. For sale only by the
Goldon Rulo Bazaar. Price S1.50.
CAKE OF THE NAILS.
Mow Tliry BlimiUl 11" Trtil to UnTflnp
Binl 1'rrferTB Tli-Ir liennty.
Alnuy women with pretty hr.tuls tins
constantly annoyed by tho rough np
pojrnuco of their fiugrr nnlla, ennfed by
tho f.ict that thoy brenlc nml spilt. The
possessor of Mich nails tliould cut them
with well fllinrpcned mniilcr.ro fcclssor,
und the. null tliould neer bocnt or riled
unless tho fingers havo first been conked
in warm wnter. Tho brlttlencss may
lomctlmes bo lessened by rubbing al
mond oil thoroughly into tho nails and
finger ends on retiring at night. A pair
of old kid gloves mut then bo pulled ou.
Tbo huueckeoper whoso nails break
easily should never stir anything on the
hot rnugu without first slipping on a
loose glovo, as tho dry heat from the
Gro will inaka her nails moro brittlo
A tcaspoonfnl of lemon jalco in a
cupful of tepid water whitens and sup
ples tho nails and removes nil grenso
and dirt, making thorn morn easy to
polish. TkJs should boused ovcry morn
lug, and by soaking tho fingers a few
moments it is possible, to make tho nails
perfectly clean and transparent without
tho uso of tiny metal cleaner by simply
rubbing uudcr thorn with'n towel. It is
also beneficial in removing tho skin
around tho unit edges, which should
uovcr bo cut with scissors. Rub tho
towol firmly all about tho nail, pushing
back tho sklu. Do this regularly ovcry
day, and after a fow wocka tho skin
growth will disappear.
How to Mnke Ginger lleer.
Druifio six ounces ginger root, placo it
in n kettle, add 13 quarts cold water,
two ounces cream of tartar and thrco
pounds sugar. Boll ten minutes, rcmovo
and when cold dlssolvo n yeast enko in
half cup lukowarm water aud add it to
tho preparation. Add ouo tablespoonful
essenco of lemon, cover and lot stand
till next day. Then strain and bottle
gecuro tho corks with twino or wire
Tho beer will bo ready to drink after
four days. Moro sugar may bo added if
wanted sweeter. - njSZT
IIow to Mnke Cucumber Jelly.
Cucumbor jelly makos a good salad
courso with lettuce, and is equally good
to servo with fish. To mako tho jelly
tako four largo cucumbers, rcmovo the
outsldo skin, cut thorn into strips and
stow in about 0110 quart of water, with
ouo Binnll fillco of onion, n generous salt
spoon of Ealt and a littlo whito pepper.
When tho cucumbers becomo soft, ndd
half n box of gelatin that has been soak
ing in n small cup of cold water and
stir until tho gelatin is dissolvod. Strain
through a fino sieve, nnd when tho
liquid becomes cold nnd nlmost ready
to set peel nnd sllcn thin ouo cucumber
and liuo a plain mold that lias boon wet
in cold water with tho slices, turn in
tho liquid jelly and put in a cold placo
How to l'rrpare Tomato Jelly.
Put lujf a can tomatoes in n snncc
pan with ono bay leaf, sprig sweet inn'
jornm, summer bavoy thymo, four
cloves, ono-quartcr teaspoon paprika,
ten drops onion julco, salt to tasto.
Simmer 10 mhuites and preasJ,krough
a fluo siove. Adirouo-thTfiTLox'goIatin
soaked in one-third cup cold water un
til dissolved. Add two teaspoons tarra
gon vinegar and pour Into wotted molds.
When firm, servo on lettuco hearts and
with mayonuaiso. Garnish with gra&d
ham. . . - r .-"""",
"ToThrow Good Money After Dad
Will but inoreoso my pain." If
you lmvo thrown away money for
modioines that did not unci could
not cure, why should you not now
begin toking Hood's Sarsaparillo,
the medicioe that novor disap
points? Thousands ol people who
wero in your condition and took
Hood's Sarsaparilla soy it was the
best iuvostmont thoy ever mode,
for it brought them health.
Hood's Pills cure sick headaohe,
Tho uso of tho Singer in mil
lions of homes shows tho unpre
cedented buccosb of tboso ideal
Bowing machines. It is convinc
ing proof that tho Singor oxcols
in nil kindB of family sewing nnd
art needle work. All onr sowinff
machines aro of ILt. ost construo
Ihu, beautifully divoratod, and
av mounted on solocted woods in
finely finished cabinets of artistic
designs. B. Bnrgorson, agont, 1GJ
Get a complete history of Philip
The undersigned, having this day sold
his grocery and merchandise business here
tofore carried on by him at the corner of
Market and Vineyard streets, Walluku,
Island of Maul, hereby makes public that
all accounts due said business shall be
payable to Antone Borba, as well as all
accounts due on account of said business
shall be paid by him.
Honolulu, July 24th, 1890.
28i-4t JOH S. BORBA.
DR. H. V. MURRAY will open hlsoflice
on the Porter premises, Alakea street, near
Pacific Club, Monday, July 31. i28iiw
Real Estate and Insurance,
jIEM3 and IPIHE
' AGENTS FOR..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
jas. H. love,
FORT ST., NEAR KING.
McBryde Sugar Co.
Mutual Tel. Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Pirtlcular attention given to purchii ni tile ot
luvulltn Sugar Slock.
Loan! Negotiated. Eaitem and Foreign Sloclti
403 California 6t.,
San Fmncteco, Cnl. 117a
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CW We will Hny or Hell Ileal Estate It
til parti) of the group.
tW We will Boll Properties on Ueaaon.
3FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chlnene Granlto Hitching
Posts, $5 each.
Property lu town.
HOUSES TO LET.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OOTIONKEK AND 8TO0K BROKKK
No. IS Queen 8 tret t.
iSxpert Appraisement of Res)
Satate and Furniture.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Stock Exchange.
Melnorny lllock, Fort Street.
OHAS. .T. PALK,
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange
licom 301, Jutld Utilldltig.
H. W. WEST,
I(e&I Estate Bfoljeft
P. O. BOX 50.
P. E. E. STIIA.UOH,
Real Estate Broker
Flniinclul Agent and Colloctor.
Lincoln Block, 039 King street.
H48 Telephone 6 1.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Broker.
Member ot Ibt Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Office Quoon stroot, opposite Union
Telephone v6. P O. Box m.
JAM. F. MOllQAN,
Membei ol Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Telephone n. P. O. Boa 504.
General Manager ot
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Ot the United Statos tor tho Hawaiian
Omc! Merchant street, Hono'Dlai
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Boflnery Oo. ot Bu
Baldwin LooomotWe Works ot FbllaV
delphla.Penn.. D. B. A.
Newell Universal Mill Oo. (UatloM
Oane Bhreddor), N'"7 York, U.S.A.
N.Ohlandt & Oo' Chemical FrtUIem
Alex Cross & Sons, high fpide fertil..
Irers (or Cane and Coffee.
Heeds Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parafflno Paint Go's PAD Paints uU
Papers; Lncol and Linseed oils, raw
Indnrt...), (a cold woler paint) In whilt
Filter Prcw Cloths, Cfment, Lima ant)
CASTLE & COOKE,
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Lti.
The Kohala Sugar Cn.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co
The Koloa Agricultural Co.
The Fulton Iron Wotkf, St. Louis, Mo.
The StanJarJ Oil Co.
The Geo. I'. Ultke Steam Pumps.
The New bnglanJ Life Insurance Co, of Boitea
The Ctna Fire Ins. Co. of HartforJ, Conn
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for the California and Orient
iVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Vm. Q. Irwiu, President nnd Mnnngei
JIbub Bpreokels, ... Vioe-Preeldent
V. M. OUTard, Secrotnry nnd Treasure
'heo. O. Porter, - Audllot
AOSNT8 OF TUB
1UEANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FBANOIBOO. OAIx.
BREWER ft COMPANY, LIMITID
Qncen ttrect, Honolulu, H,J,
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sacat
impany, JloDomu Sugar Company, WalluVi
agar Company, Walbee Sugar Company, Make
liar Company, Ilaleakala Ranch Company, K.
'scktts, Chaa. Brewer ft Co.'a Line of Boatoa
tckrtSj-- Agents Boston Board of Underwriter!
Utntt Philadelphia Board of Underwriter.
LMT 0 OmOKBHI
0 M Cooke .President j George II Bobertaon,
danngor j K F lilehop, Treasurer and See.
stary ; Ool. W F Allen, Auditors 0 M Cooke,
I Waterhonse, A W Carter, Dlreotora.
.M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Witolo&alo Importora and Jobber ol
Jsropoan and American Dry Qtxxlb
Fort aud Qnecn Btroeta.
LL HACKPELD tk CO., Ltd
RHER4L COMMISSION A6EHTS
J lor, nud Uneen Htreeta Ilonolnlt
115 Bethel Street, opposite Water
ht)tis & Co.
Strictly new ,1?S Clevelanl Dlcyctes lor Rem
Seconl-hand Illccles foi sale.
Renalrlni nrnmndv mnA hn.A...hi.. .,...
All work guaranteed.
Honolulu IronWoi'ks Co.
Improved anil iiiodorn SUGAR MA
IIINKRY of every nipuclty nml de
sription made to ordor. Holler wor
snu iiivi-.it-.jj ni'iis for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. I'artlciilar atlt-p.
tlon paid to JOH WORK, aud relrs t
icutetl atphnrtflHt notlr-n
It. M. DUNCAN,
Collector and General Busi
Ofllee, 113 Knhuuinmi streot.
Also prop.trod to tako orders for filling
In low lamlH nnd tormclnir. Woik
promptly attended to. hj.-,-
Unltod States Custom IIouso llrokor,
Aocountant, Searcher of Titles and
General HiiNlitoas Agent.
OFFICE: No. 15 Kaahumanu Btmn.
Honolulu. Formerly A. Rosa's offloi
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