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THE EVENING BX3LLLT1N: HONOLULU, H. I., AUGUST 9, 18(W.
'How Uncle Sam Is Caring For
His Disabled Soldiers.
THE FINE NEW HOSPITAL OAMPS.
Th r m l'opnlar Retort Which llnvn llevu
Appropriated to the Use of the SIcU
! anil Woniidpil Men Who Hare Coin
Limping Itack From the War.
It Ih tlio convalescent heroes who
hold first plnco in tho public nfTectlon
just now. Hack from tho front with ban
daged nrnis, legs mid heads, with fevur
shaken frames, with tropic tanned faces,
coiuo tho bravo soldier boys who wait
out but n few wcelts rKO to tho clioury
ratllo of drums and tho exultant cry of
'bugles. Hack thoy come, kouio limping,
Bouio hobbling, homo bravely inarching
down tho transport gangplanks. Hack
thoy come, to bu nursed and petted and
doctored back to health.
No fond mother, nn anxious father,
no loving sweetheart, need fear that
they will not hao tho best of atten
tion. Thcro may havo been criminal
neglect mid incompetency in sending
homo the first sick laden transports
from Culi.i, but tho men who woro said
to liuu dono it hao denied their guilt
and clini'n d tbir denial by promising
that theo things shall never happen
iigaln. They will carry out their prom
ise, too, for tho heart of tho nation has
been touched by tlioso stories of need
less suffering mid tho deep volco of tho
nation has growled n warning that will
Meantime most elaborate prepara
tions havo been mado for receiving not
only tho sick and wounded, but for re
moving from unhealthful camps tho
patient volunteers who havo had no
chauco nt all to fight, but havo drilled
and waited, eagerly expecting tho word
which never camo. Tho finest locations
that could bu found havo been picked
out for tho now field hospitals mid
nrmy camps. Spots to which tho for
tunate Chilian goes for brief summer
outings havo been appropriated as
camping grounds for tho soldiers who
fought for thoso who wanted to fight
but didn't got a chauco.
Perhaps ouo of tho largest and inoht
beautifully situated of theso now camps
is that which is now being established
on Alontnuk Point, whero Shatter's
army has been ordered. This point is
at tho uxtruuio eastern end of Long Is-
MONTAUK I'OINT, WIIEItK TIIK NEW FIELD
HOSPITAL HAS IIKEN LOCATKI).
land nnd it juts out into tho Atlantic
liko a long, 1cm finger pointing toward
Spain. Cool sea breezes, salt and brac
ing from their thousand milo dauco
over tho ocean, uiako tho summer oil
uiato of tho point a most delightful ono.
Montauk Point is 111) miles from
Now York or Brooklyn by tho Long Is
land railroad. It is about 20 miles
south of Stouiugtou and about 30 miles
from New Loudon. For many years tho
popularity of thu point nnd tho sur
rounding country has been on tbo in
crcaso ns it summer resort.
Tho point, which begins at Fort
Pond, is fivo miles long, and its greatest
width, brforo tapering to tho promon
tory upon which stands Montauk Polut
light, is Km than four miles wide.
From Fort Pond hay, ou tho sound sido,
to tho ocean is about two miles across.
Thiw is whero Montauk Point propor
begins. It broadens out ns it extends to
tho cast mid ends in a point rising 100
feet abovo tho love! of tho sea.
Tho ground of Montauk Point, or, ns
it moro properly should bo called, Mii
tnuk peninsula, is rolling nnd filled
with hollows. Theru uro two salt lnkos,
which uflord excellent still water bath'
ing. They nru Great pond and Fort
pond. Oreut pond is threo miles long
ami from n quarter to throo-quartors of
n milo wide.
Mniiy n vessel has gouo to pieces on
iffljiituuk Point, but tho loss of lifo has
been slight, owing to tho effcctlvo work
dono by tho llto saving cruw nt tho sta
tion which adjoins tho lighthouse. Tho
light ou tho point can ho seen for SO
miles pud is known ns tho Frosnal
light. It was given to this country by
tho French government. Tho convales
cent heroes will huvo n good supply of
tho purest water on Long Island, nnd u
camping ground that contains about 13
square miles. Whilu ou tho point tho
soldiers may put in their time search
ing for tho troasuru buried by Captain
Kldd. Tlio famous old plrutu is s.ild to
linvo buried n good bit of his ill gotten
gains on tlio point mid up to date no
ono lias found it.
Tlio most substantial kind of an army
damp Is springing up mi tho titiut illicit
of t'.n lighthouse, nnd for tlio sick mid
wuii"ilnl a thoroughly npjiali ltd Held
IliiH.ltiil In I, Ing clublljilid with thy
hex! of iwdhiil iitteiiiUui'ii, lots if skill
ltd iiui'Mi tit mI nil thu creutiuu (.ninfoiu
Unit It Is jimuilviil In supply, It Is lien
that tho rough rider mid tlio wiviilry
forces that weru held to long nt Tkiiijm.
two boon ordered,
Up nil Lako Clmniplaln anoUcr now
rump will soon bo occupied. A tract on
tho lako shore near Bluff point has been
selected. Tho situation is a most de
lightful onn, being near tho plnco
where tho American Oanoo association
hove bold several of their annual meets.
At Old Point Comfort on ChesaDoako
bay, ono of tbs most famous soasldo re
sorts in tho country, another big Cold
hospital has been established for so mo
weeks. Tho hospital camp at Old Point
is located on a slto only n fow minutes'
walk from tho Ilygoln and Obamberlin
hotels, jnst below tbo ramparts of Fort
Monroo. About 60 patients occupy
tho post hospital building, and sovcral
hundred tnoro aro in tho tents just back
of this building. Thoro aro eight rows
of touts, each row n couplo hundred fcot
in length and intorsoctcd by streets, on
tho sandy soil of which board walkB aro
laid. Hydrants aro placed along theso
A HOSPITAL 6T1IEET.
streets, so thnt poro wntcr brought in
pipes from NowportNows for Old Point
is abundant. Outsldo of each tent is n
largo corrugntcd iron can for refuse,
nnd a completo sowerngo system has
been put into operation for this llttlo
city of whito tents.
A lnrgo kitchen nnd dining room
hnvo been completed, nnd all tho mon
nblo to loavo their bods go thoro for
thoir meals. Tho slto of tho camp is on
n slight olovatiou. Tbo surf aco dralnago
9 perfect, nnd ufter a rain tho sandy
soil is dry In a very short time. Tho
city of tents so quickly put up is re
garded as porfect from a sanitary point
Tho tents aro as comfortablo as a
costly hospital building. Tho spring
beds nro threo fcot npnrt, nnd nt tho
head of each is a crudoly constructed
sbolf or sholvc8 for tho effcots of tho
sick occupant, and on each of them, if
tho patient is a smoker, tobacco and
pipes aro placed so that dovotees of tho
wood can while away tho tedious hours
of tho duy nnd ovenlug by indulging
their pot habit.
Thero nro plenty magazines and nows
papers through tho tents, tho wounded
men taking tho grcatost interest in read
ing war nows. This supply of reading
matter has boon donated, coming from
all parts of tho country. Tho wounded
soldiers livo in tholr pyjamas, Ionuglug
on their beds or strolling nbout tho
grounds in them. It is a quocr sight nt
mealtimes to soo tho mon fliu out from
tho tents nnd go to tho dining room ar
rayed in varicolored pyjamas. Most of
them can walk without difficulty,
though perhaps a fourth of tho wholo
number hobblo along on crutches or uso
a stout cano.
Fort Thomas, that plcturosquo and
beautifully situated army post on tlio
Kentucky highlands overlooking tho
Ohio river, has been changed into a big
army hospital whero from 800 to 400
soldiers aro regaining thoir health and
strength. Tho commander of tho fort is
tho deputy surgeon gonoral, Lioutcnaut
Colouol W. II. Gnrdnor, and ho hns n
forco of OS trained nurses besldoan corps
of surgeons to help him. Among tho
patients at Fort Thomas aro mnny regu
lars who woro wouudod nt Santiago, ns
woll as sonio disabled volunteers.
Army hospitals havo boon established
at other places, and nt nil of thorn tho
patients nro doing woll. For most of
tho soldiers theso days of convalescence
aro long, comfortablo days. As fast us
tho patients aro well enough thoy lcavo
tho cots and hobblo about to mako
friends with tholr comrades. Thoy swap
yarns about experiences in tho trenches,
on tho troopships and ou tho march. It
INTEIUOlt OK FIELD HOSPITAL AT OLD roINT
is nil fresh nnd new to them yet and
their oyes kiudlo as thoy recall iucl
dents which bad been half forgotten in
tho rush of ovents. They read and
Binoko nnd dozo idly, dreaming of tlio
day when thoy can go homo.
Then thero aro letters and visitors
from homo nnd at last comos tho wol
coino furlough, nnd tho disabled hero
loaves for homo itself. Thero ho is pet
ted nnd praised and stared at and lion
ized to his heart's content nnd thoro ho
finds a never fulling audienco to hoar
his ttorios about "how wo captured
Santiago nnd licked tho Spanish out of
tholr boots." O. T. IIaxtkb.
Outing Wear For Children Moutteltne
Brown hollnnd, crash, donlm nnd gain
ten cloth nro fnvorlto materials for chil
dren's country and svnsldu wear, ns tlicso
goods nro ery durable nnd launder per
fectly. For llttlo boys quiirtormnstor
suits, with a llttlo Jacket opening over n
striped vest, worn with long trousors, nro
very pretty, or tlio regulation sailor nttlro,
with bull shaicd trousers nnd n blouso
with a big collar. Kusstau blouses almost
ns long as tlio short breeches with which
tliey nro worn nnd belted in with leather
straps nro nlso nttrnctlvo nnd somewhat
nower than tho former styles. Tlio quarter
master eostuniu Is likewise seen for llttlo
girls, tho trousers being replaced by n
skirt laid In deep, flat plaits nil around.
Wldo sailor hats or sunbonnots of whlto or
OlIIL'S IMTI1IKO SUIT.
mixed straw nro sultnblo accompaniments
for such clothing, whllo for very llttlo
children extremely light hats of pique or
muslin nro tho favorltos.
Mousscllno do solo Is put upon every
thing. Thero Is no trimming moro pre
ferred or moro elegant. It is always ruf
fled, puffed, gathered or plaited, of courso,
or Is nimlo Into llttlo mnssy ruches, which
nro employed in profusion.
Incrustations of lnco nro nn elegant
trimming for clabornto gowns, Irish or
Oxford guipure, )olnt do cnlso, point
d'nngictcro unit antique jwlnt being used
for tlio purpose.
Colored lingerie, always moro popular
In Franco than in America, Is almost
Tbo Illustration given In today's Issno
shows n pretty bulbing suit fur a llttlo
girl. It Is of red scrgu ami consists of
plain trousers nnd hlniiMt. Tlio edges uro
finished with u llttlo ruflle A lino of
whlto braid Is carried up each sido of thu
trousers, nnd whlto braid ulwi decorates
tbo blouso, which has u white holt.
How to Creaui.IIcef,
Scrapo perfectly lean beef to a pulp,
mince, put in a pan with salt, pepper,
ono tablcEpoonful of water, two tublo
spoonfuls of rich croani, butter tho sizo
of au egg. Cook two minutes, stirring
constantly. Add ouo tablespoonful of
cracker dust and ouo teaspoonful oi
How to Caro For GolillUh.
Littlo ones that havo goldfish nnd
wish to keep them woll should allow
them as largo a glass bowl us possible.
Ronow tbo water overy duy by means
of n siphon, so thnt tho fish may not be
frightened by being caught in u net. In
giving fresh water ono gives fresh food
of tho most wholcsumo kind. Nevei
givo thorn bread. Ants eggs dried cau
bo procured ut uuy drug store, Every
othor duy givo threo or four of them tc
each fish. Tho bowl should bo in n
bright place, but not in tho direct ruys
of tho sun.
How to Make Chill Sauce.
To muko chili sauce, take 24 medium
sized tomatoes, four gictu peppers, four
onions, chop ull lino together, uild two
tablespoons of salt, four tablespoons of
sugar, four cups of vinegar uud boil two
Tho oldest lirltlsb regiment dates Imok
to 11)00. Thu oliluat Austilan regiment
Is mdd to havo Imhsii raised in llllb, thu
oldest Russian regiment in 1700. Tho old
Fruni'li army boasted of regiments raised
III 105(3. TliUMiwuro disbanded uttlui tliuo
of thu revolution, but weru again brought
together by Napoleon, Itolng llnnlly ills
pursed on Ida downfall by thu llourbonii.
How In Make linoit Hli.rlmt.
Ouo quart milk, two uupn migiir, two
leinoim, julioonly. titlnill togethcraiul
freeze. Iloii'l mind tlio curdlo it will
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Art Department i
Is Replete with Latest Designs in
Stamping, Drawn Work
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of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
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LOSS OF COLOUR.
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Wholtulai i jo, Kuo I.nfayrllr, I'akh.
D. O. Oaraariuoa haa received
per B. H. Auatriiliri n liiruu cnu
Bignmoiit of Qrnpefl, l'eaohpe,
iMmiiH, Appl, Oolnry, Oauli.
ilnwor, Drit'tl UnteB, Finn, I'IbIi,
Oraba, Unaturii ami Onliforiiiii
Oyutora, Gitino, Oliiokons, Duoka,
Turkoya, ftutlor, nto,, olo,
Dftl A K Wl
sFULL LINES OF-a.
Cushion Tops, etc.,
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
Tbo Old Dell at Rumajre, Iadraua
IiUndii Coit lu i6lo,
eytoducJ from ii illuitittiau U
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The Last Oar.
Tlio last cars of tbo Kiug atroet
lino goiDg to Waikiki and Palama
paas the Anchor Saloon. Tho
olevorost mixologists in the city
nro there always to pnt you op
anything you may doairo. Drop
in and tako a drop boforo you take
tho car. Tho colobrated tioattle
boor is to bo had hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Joaso Moore Whisky
etc, always on hand. Itecoirod
per Wurrimoo, Rainier Bock Beor
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to ploaso its patrons,
This ovor popular Bainior boor
is boooming a housohold word
and "will you havo a glass of
Soattlo" is moro often hoard than
anything oUo, Tho Oriioiiou
Snloou have tho boor on tap or in