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THE EVENING IHIIJ.J'TIN: JHONOMUI', tf. J., JULY 29. 18U9
ni jn ipiiiPiJjppiil,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
OUlco, coruor King mid Itotliol Htroets,
Up Stair'. 1227
T. MoOANTS STEWART,
Counsellor at Law.
Progress Block, opposlto Catholic Church
Kbit street, Honolulu, II. I.
1232 Tolophono 1122
lave moved their law offices to the
Judd Block, Rooms 308 and 309.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
tTTORNEY AT LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSONl
A.ttornoY o.t Law and
JOHN L. KAULUKOU,
bethel St., Honolulu.
J. M. KAN BAKU A,
Attorney and Oounsollor at
OlUce: In tin) Occidental lintel, cor
ner of Kins bihI Al.il.0.1 Siren tM, llono
j!u. H 67 .
TV. C. Aom. Ko."ii Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
Olllco No. 10 Wosl Kliigxti-uot.
r. iu. i.rooks,
A t tornoy-n t -1 ..iwv,
Corner fort and Hotel Meet.
Will practice In all the U. S Federal
nJ State Courts
" Progress Block, cor. Beretanla ni Fort streets.
Ujj t: Rooms , and 6.
5. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
OR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
3ERETANIA STREETS, (opposite the
Offlco Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; 1 to 3
1 .m.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to II
.ui. Tolephono 610. P. O. Box 501.
DR. A. 1ST. SINCLAIR,
03 KINO ST., NEXT OPERA HOUSE.
Houih: 9-10 a. in., 1-3 p. ni.,7-8p.in.
Sundays, 12-2 p. in.
Tolophono 741. 1107-3m
ifflco: 537 Kino Htiiisi.t, near Punoli
bowl, Honolulu, II. I.
TKLEI'HONK No. 44S
Jours: 9 to U a. in.; I to 3 p. in.;
7 to 8 p. in.
DR. A. GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND P.1SIDKSCR 54S FORT
Stroot, opposite Roman Cntliolio
Church. Olllco Hourn: P to II; 2 to
i, 7 to 8. rolophono 05!1. 1215
DR. TOMIZO KAT8UNUMA,
Skin Disojsoh of all kinds a specialty.
QuIto Hoom 11, SpiecUlos HulldliiR.
Hours!) to 1.
Ttlephono 474. Itcaidunco tolophnuu
DR. I. MORI,
136 Beretanla street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Tolophono 277. P. O. Uox 813.
OUlco Hours: 9 to 12 it. 111. and 7 to 8
?. ir..; Sundays, 0 to 12 ;i. m. 1229
DE. T. MITAMURA,
Consulting Rooms. 427 Nuuana Street.
Yi.lophouo 1M. P. O. Uox 842.
Sesldcuco, 521 Nunniui .St. CotUgo
TIoH)1tal, 5S0 Niiinuu St.
Hours: 0 to la h. ni. and 7 to 9 p. in.
Kindays, 8 to 0 p. in. 1212 dm
A. C. WALL, D. D. 8.,
Now Loo'h nutldluK, Fort Streot.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
I.'o. ilu Hotel street. Tolophono 505,
HOUKS-. 9 to .2 a.n. uud 1 to 4 i.m.
Trio Onty High Crndo Bnklna
Powdor Offorod at a Mod-
NONE SO GOOD.
Tho woathorcook turns ev
ery way tho wind blows, but
the successful niorehant must
liavo a settled policy. Ho
must follow it without flinch
ing. Our policy is tho soiling
of tho best groceries we can
liiiu. Of oourso tlio prices
of such goods must bo higher
than of immitatiou brands
but thoro are enough peoplo
in Hawaii who know the
"Wo appeal to those who
Lewis & Go.
111 FORT STREET.
EL MAY & GO.
Wholesalo and Retail Qroceries.
615 & 517 Fort St., Honolulu
relephoner 2a P.O. Box 470
METKOPOLITAN MAT CO
708 KING STEEET.
G. J. .Valleii, : : Manaqeii
Wkolcaalo and Rotail
BEST OF MEATS.
Families desiring tendor roasts,
juicy steaks and chop Hhould
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo inako a specialty of family trade
and Will tho host at reasonable
M4 Nuuanu St.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
514 & 510 Fort St., near Hotel.
Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Solo Agents for POUT COSTA FLOUR.
Telephones 1086 St 156. P. O. Dox 79.
Q. H. BERREY, : Manager.
is-Difficult Collections a Specialty.
I MADE BY
V TRUST. J
JAPAN'S NEW OPEN PORTS
The following twouty-two
Japanese ports besidos Ihoso al
ready existing havo by Imperial
Ordinanco No. 312, promulgated
by tho Otlioial jQazutto beon opon
ed for foreign comaierco. 'I be
nutnds nf the porta nref
Skitnizu, Yokkaicbij Hakata,
Kucbiuotsu (Nagasaki), Izubara
Sbikami, nod Sasuua (nil in Tsus
hima), Nawn, Tsurnga, Fushiki,
Kurbir6r Otaru, Muroran, Take
itiyo iucui;, moji, nnraisu, iuibu-
ml NHimntiAaAltJ fi.n.. V.Mmi
uiii wuiujuuuouai 11AIVU4U, imunu
oakaye (Xotton ken), and Ham
Tlio ordinance further etatea
that at Moran only tho mugi
wheat, barley, and ryo coal,
sulphur, and other substances
speoifiod by the Minister of Fin
ance may bo exported; that when
tho augrt'giito doclared valuo of
exports and imports for ovory two
years from hny of tho twnnty.two
portit dooB not reach 50,000 yen,
such port shall bo closed for the
purposo of foreign commerce, and
tho period of closing will be noti
fied three months in advance by
tho Miuistor of Financo. Lastly,
The ordinance provides that the
proRent regulations shall bo put
in forco simultaneously with tho
dato of enforcomont of tho Cus
toms Tariff Law.
Mil. SMITH AND SAII.ORH.
Editor Evenino Bulletin:
This morning's Advertiser con
tained an nrtiolo headod "Freo tho
Sailor." This is good as far qb
it goes, but I would liko to go a
littlo further and say why look a
siilor up on ohnrgos, for which if
it wore any otuor man, the city
would find ttsolf liable for a case
of "false imprisonment."
boaraen have boon arrested, nnd
given no trial, and when men
were scarce thoy have tho option of
signing on somo ship or lying
there awhile Iourot until they are
well sick of it, and Bre glad to go
in nny vessel no matter how hard
her reputation may bo. Is this
in accordance with the laws of
humanity and justice ?
Masters of deep water shipB
coming to Honolulu are too apt
to havo their crows lockod up in
mauy cases, more for safe keop
ing than anything else, until
thoy are ready for sea.
It is no inconvonionco to a
master to have his crew nut m
jail, he simply replaces there with
a snore gang at fromba to Sz.50nor
day and pays one dollar to the
Uovernment per bead while thoy
aro in ennunement. This amount
is dodncted from tho sailors wages
whoa ho is paid off, in many in
stances taking all ho has coming
to urn), and poruaps depriving a
wife or poor old mother of assist
ance which they would otherwise
rcceivo. Would it not be wise for
those whose, duty it is to investi
gate into some of these many cases
of desertion and imprisonment?
is tho fault always with tho man
before tuo mast or is thoro no
blame to bo attached to thoso who
are aft ?
As a rule Jack will not desert
his ship and the hard,
earned dollars he must leavo
behind him, unless thero is
some good reason for his so
doing, I nm of opinion that if a
strict investigation wero made
thero would bo less ships crows
sent to jail,
The case of the contract labor
ers Unlioians or othors hns no
bearing on tho matter. I give
the nbovo as my personal views
not in conjunction with or as
uinnagor of tho Senmans Olub.
Seamen are not European serfs
and know whon he receives a fair
and square deal. Ho also knows
Bound provision from the bogus
O. E. Smith.
Tlis Lnat Car.
Tho last cars of tho King street
lino going to Waikiki and Falama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
olovorost mixologists in the city
aro thero always to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in and tako a drop heforoyou take
the car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beor is to bo bad here on draught.
A iuii lino ot liquors including tuo
famous A. A. Jesse Moore Whisky
etc, always on hand. Eecoivod
per Warrimoo, ltaimor Bock Boer
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to please its patrons.
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary operations in the Pacific is
given in On To Manila.
Saggeallnni With Particular Ilerorenra la
Comfort In Wnrin Wratlier.
For a country houso no carpets need
bo used whero tho floors nro stained or
of hard wood. Whero floors aro old and
uuattractlro Japanese matting is a good
covering with rngs hero and thero. Oar
pots aro dust breeders and supply lodg
ment for bacteria. Mattings can bo
easily wiped up and kopt clean.
For draperies chintzes nro good, also
lenira. At present dentin may bo found
In yellow, pink and other colors suita
ble for wall coverings. Green of a quiet
sbado is good for a dining room, or pink
and white for a sitting room.
Ti'iniKirary partitions can bo tnado of
Japaucso matting tackod on a rough
framo and finished by a narrow mold
ing. An ingoulous couplo onco convert
id tho largo attio of an old fashioned
city houso into a charming suit of
rooms at a very small oxpenso by this
Tho sum 111 or lotingo or sleeping couch
Is far moro comfortable nnd coolor for
warm days than thoso covered with
thicker fabrics. This season tho wicker
couch, an English affair, has crossed
the water for our special accommoda
tion. It is extra long, broad iu width,
with an extension foot rest and ndjusta
bio back. But with all its attractivo
ucss, to mnko it comfortablo it requires
six or fcoven pillows of denim, gray lin
en, shadow silks or any fabric which
suits this purposo.
Sofa pillows nowadays nro not mado
to look at They nro of nil sizes, covered
with all kinds of inatorial; they aro em
broidered or not, are frilled and uufrili
cd, according to tho fancy of tho owner,
but 0110 nnd all aro Intended for caso
and comfort. Thoro should always ho
0110 or two largo ones filled with feath
ers or hair which will offer a decided
resistance, to prcssuro as well as tho
flulTy light dowu ones.
Wicker chairs nro desirable for nil out
of town houses. Somo nro whito and
red, others delicate green or dark blue
in fact, any tint may bo found to suit
In tho mountain cnttago n dry goods
box fitted with shelves is not a bad sub
stitute for 11 dressing tablo whero furni
ture is scarce. Tlio box should bo cover
ed sides and top witli crotouuo, with
sovcral thicknossos of wadding under
tho crotouuo on top. Across tho front is
put a curtain, slipping easily 011 n brass
rod. A folding mirror can bo hung on
tlio wall abovo.
Electric funs run by 11 small battery
nro modern inventions that nro useful
on warm days in tho couutry mid may
bo moved from dining to sleeping rooms
as required. In most country houses
lamps nro n necessity for artificial light
ing nnd may bo rendered nttractivo by
colored shades, but in summer avoid the
use of red it is too hot. I'nlo pink,
yellow or green is bettor. Let the
schcino of color always ho refreshing
Wicker chairs for piazzas nro cushion
ed with tho stripod grasscloth cnrtuluE
whicli wero so popular for this purpose
last year. This season, howovcr, the
wickerwork is stained forest green, and
tho cushions frequently havo centers of
turkey red, while tho grusscloth is
used for borders or corners, says The
Art Interchange, in concluding n number
of hints 011 houso decoration, iu which
tho foregoing wero found.
An Attractive Salad.
In tlio center of the dish arrange a
mound of lettuce. Pool tomatoes, di
viilo them into sections nnd arrange
arouud tho lettuce Shell cold, well
cooked eggs, cut in halvos, nnd rcmovo
BAI.AI) UV LKTIUCK. TOMATOES, hTC.
tho yolks. Pound tlio yolks to u paste
with tin equal amount of tho flesh of
lobster, shrimp, anchovies or salmon.
With this pasto, well seasoned, All
tho cups fashioned from tho whites of
tho eggs, and nrruugo them around tho
tomatoes. Strew somo chopped shallot
nnd sweet popper over tho endive. A1U
equal portions of oil mid vinegar, sea
sou with Kilt and pepper mid pour ovet
tho salad. Serve nt once. Huston Cook
ing School Alaga.iue.
D. G. Oamarinos has received
per S. S. Australia a largo con
signment of Cherries, Grapes,
Apricots, Plums, and other
fruits. Eastorn Oysters in Tin
and Shell, Turkeys and Chickens,
Gamo and Fish.
On To Manila, a complete his
tory of the Philippine campaign is
handled inclusively by the BULLE
The following were elected Officers of
the Merchants' Stevedore Co., Ltd., at
the meeting held July 25th : "
J. H. Fisher, President.
V. V. Wolters, Vice-President.
W. Llshman, Secretary.
A. W. Keech, Treasurer.
C. H. Atherton, Auditor.
These also constitute the Board of Di
rectors. W. LISHMAN,
Secretary Merchants' Stevedore Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, July 26, 189'). uoi-iw
Gould Not Sleep
Suffered With Dyspepsia and Un
able to Do HorWork Completely
Cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
"I suffered with dyspepsia and could
not do any kind of housework. I wss
very nervous and could not sleep. I
heard so much about Hood's Brparlllft
thtt I bought bottle. I found it gave
mo relief and I bought six bottles. When
I bad taken them I was cured. I can now
do my housework and can sleep well at
night." Marie Hames, 1730 Prospect
Avenue, Helena, Montana.
"I have found Hood's Sarsaparllla ex
cellent for building up and strengthening
tho system when it is In a run down or
exhausted condition." Mrs. Babah M.
Shook, Bed Lodge, Montana.
If you have decided to take Hood's Sar
saparllla do not be Induced to buy any
other. Oct Hood's and only Hood's.
lithe BesVrNilot the One True BioSd Purl
tier. Sola by all druggists. tl.slxforiA
-tl risif,. t harmoniously wlti
flood S PHIS Hood's SarsaparilU. 29c.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Tto he Bakery Cafe
Sunday, July 30.
ID I 3ST 1ST E PL :
Cousummo a la Royalo
Smelt a la Tortaro
ltotlod Fowl with Macaroni
Stowed Stoak with Oysters
Mutton Cutlot.s Crumbed
Botlod Potatoos, Itollod Itleo,
Asparagus with Cream
Turkey, with Uhostnut Stuffing
Leg of Venison .
Lemon and Apple Plo
Xuts. Ilaislns, Bananas.
Apple Morlnguo Pudding
Toa. Colleo. Ico Toa.
SfiTDliinor from 5 to 7 p. in., 50 cents.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
During June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
:: End of Car Line
W. OTTMftN, Proprietor.
Draught and Bottled Boer.
Winos of all brands of tho best quality.
The only llconsod establishment In
the district. 1230
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Makawao, Maul, can be sccommodatod
at MBS. II. B. BAILKY. 'S,
Terms, flO porweok.
at 10 cents
Dollvored in any quantities to suit.
Loavo your ordors at fiTAB DAIRY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
L. E. PINKHAM, - - CONTRACTOR.
OOlco with tho Paclflo llardwaro Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.
Eall -nates glvon and contracts made
for wells on any of tho Islands. SIX
NEW PLANTS for heavy work operated
by tho most skillful highest class drillers,
Architects Contractors and Bnllders.
O. G. TRA.PHA.GEN,
223 Maroliaat St.. Honolulu,
Between Fort and Alakea,
Telephone : : :
OF ALL KHTDS,
Dealers in Lumber sind Oo.il.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Quoon street, Honolulu.
Contract ,r and Builder.
Houm Moving, -i4 all KlnJor Heavy Weights
NO. 6ir K3RT STREOT. HONOLULU.
(Opposite Club Stables.
Residence Telephone 490. ii6t-H
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
M. Am. Soc. C. 0.
300 JUdd Block. Tolo. 033.
F. W. THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
TURNERS AND POLISHERS ol all kinds of Native
Woods. CALADASHES In stock and to order.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Electro-Hydraulic Power Trantmilsslon
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Notl Co., Quoon. street.
Olllco next to Postofflce. 1223
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my ro
oont illnees, I am npain prepared
to do all IciudB of Tiumuitli aud
Plumbing work as heretofore.
Thanking you for past favorB, I
respectfully solicit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
tST Tel. 844.
nor XjS DECORATING AND NATURAL
SS K$ WOOD FINISHING A SPECIALTY.
Grainer, Glazier, and
TlNTER : : :
Next to Police Station
We are prepared to furnish your
Cemetery Lot with
Iron Vases, &c. at reasonable
prices for first-class work and ma
IRON 3TENOE AND
: : 641 King Street
Corner lot nnd cottage at
Kalihi. Terms 200 casb,
balance 25 per month. A
good chanco to secure a homo
on easy terms.
A number of lots at Kulihi,
50 x 100 each. Tonus to
No. 10 Tort St.
Hawaiian Medicine Co,,
KING ST., NEAR ALAKEA.
Manufacture a full line of
PURE FAMILY MEDICINES.
Free consultation 1 1 a. m.to 12 m. Sales
room open from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m, 1283
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