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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., AUGUST 19, 1699.
:-$ PERFUMES fefe
Roger and Gallet,
Gosnell's, in all odors
OHHita- In all colors.
-fine consignment of UptoDate Furniture, including a large variety of
Chairs, just landed ex "W. G. Irwin."
Coyne -Mehrten Furniture Co., Ltd.
J. A. MEHRTEN, Manager.
Progress Blook, Fort & Beretania Sts.
Another One Hundred Tons of
ArF THE I- jSL, &
Corner Nuuanu and King Streets, Honolulu.
In Bedroom Sets, 24, 34 and 4-4 Bedsteads; Chiffoniers, Meat Safes; Wire, Wool
- and Moss Mittresses; Barber and Dentist Chairs, Tables, etc., to be sold at San
Francisco prices at the I. X. L. S. W. LEDERER,
P. O. Box 535. Telephone 478. Proprietor.
Orpheum Building, Tort Street.
Is a first-class
ipeclally Imported, and every attention will
nrsi-ciass snort-order Dili or rare. Regular dinner at 5:10 p.m. uming nan 00x30.
Private supper roorns: billiard tables; barber shop, and every convenience.
A few offices to let In th building. 1206
3 iaraisj3iaisi5iasi3iBisisi3i3iB bisubisibibjhb
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
TV. TV. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
THE NEW DRUG STORE.
P. O. Dox (79 i
SECOND TO NONE!
By the Gross, Dozen, Bottle, Quart or Gallon.
For Soda Manufacturers, Bakers, or Family Use.
During my temporary absence from the
Hawaiian Islands, Mr. W. F. Allen will
act for me under full power of attorney.
(Signed), F. W. MACFARLANE.
1 2991 w
All bills due J. J. Euan prior to jist
January, ifyo, If not paid within thirty
days will be placed In the hand of an
attorney for collection.
J, .1. MOAN,
Honolulu, 15th August, 1 H90.
I 3091 w
Without a Rival.
36, 44, 72 and 120 inches wide. A
modern hotel. A German chef has been
be Riven to the culinary department. A
WW WfOTllJMtf ($Q
and Carriage Materials.
POUT 8TREKT, ABOVE HOTEL.
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
Election of Officers.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of
HENRY MAY & CO.. LTD., held on the
22nd day of July, the following officers
were duly elected to servo until the next
T. May, President and Manager.
H. E. Mclntyre, Vlce-Prrsldent.
F. T. P. Walerhouw, Secretary.
F, li. Auerbach, Treasurer.
F. W. Macfarlane. Auditor,
15. F. Bishop and R, D. Tenney, Dl
F, T. P. WATI5HHOUSI5,
i)oo 1111 Secretary.
In tho Stomach Dreadful Head
aches Face and Neck Covered
With Bolls-Curod by Hood's Sar
aparllla Skin Is Now Clear.
" I u covered with bolls all over my face
and neck. I had dreadful headaches and
pains In my stomaoh. I took medicines,
but wm not much benefited, and I pro
cured six bottle ot Hood's Sarsaparllla.
After taking the first bottle I could seo an
Improvement. When I had taken few
mora bottles tho bolls had all gone, my
skin was clear, my appetite returned, and
my health was entirely restored. I am
thankful I ever found such a blood puri
fier as Hood's Sarsaparllla. I paid out a
good deal ot money tor usoless medicines
before taking Hood's Sarsaparllla." W. F.
Beckwitd, Hurlock, Maryland.
If you decide to try Hood's Sarsaparllla
ao not be induced to buy any other.
HOOCl S oarilla
Is the Best In fact the One True Blood Purl-
ncr. Be sure to get Hood's. Price SI, six for IS.
U..J,,. ns II- areino oniypins loiaue
nOOa S PUIS with Uood's Sarsaparllla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Saturday, August 19.
Cream of Qlblet
Untied Mullot, Parsley Sauce
Ilronst of T-amb Hint (Ireon Pons
Broiled Vonlson, Urundv Sauco
Bollod Potntoos Hailed Rico
String Boans Cabbago
Pumpkin Pio Lomon Plo
Nuts llaislns lUtiana Oranges
Tea Cffte Icod Tea
nnslnoas Lunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
sw uinnor mini r u 7 p. in., w roum.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To be bad for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
CIO A IIS.
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,
:: ?, 0 Qar yne
W. OTTMAN, Proprietor.
Draught and Uottlod Ilonr.
WIiiuh of all brands of ilm bent quality.
TIih only licensed establishment In
tho district. 1239
Persons wisblng to obtain hoard at
Makawuo, Miiul, cim be vucommodatod
at MRS. II. II. It.Vll.lCV'S
Terms, llil 1 xir WHHk.
at 10 cents
Dollvoroil In any quautltixH to Hiilt.
Iavo your onlorn at HTAIt DAIRY,
L. E. PINKHAM,
Offloo with tho 1'uolllo lUnlwuro Co,,
Honolulu, II. I.
Illinati1!! ilvnii Mini fuuilriiplu muilu
for wclU mi any of tho IIhihIk. MIX
NKW I'liANTM fnrlimtvy work uiitrstiMl
ny tnu inn.i HKinrii' iMmit'Ktui.iMiiriiiiirx.
Tk 11 Bab Cafe
TRAVELS IN " FAR EAST."
Continued from Pago 1.
hp considora a fair typo of that r"
With bis other types from Javn
is a scrimpis (dancing girl) who,
according to tho custom there
must bo of royal blood and oaD
only dance at tho Sultan's court.
The Kadenujoe (wife of a ratten)
of Bandooni, who is a princess b
birth and aSoundauost- belle which
Mr. V03 thinks does justicp to th
charms of this delightful diminu
tive race, aro also in tho collection
from Java. Continuing Mr. Vos
m ' I might hero say that tho alio
riginol population of Jnva is about
25,0' 0,0 (t, tho western part beini
occupied by the Snattdunusa ami
the eastern and central parts by
the Javanese. Besides theno type
and tho son of aSouudttn30 clrif,
I have brouuht pictures of their
typical soenery rice fields aud
sunny hilly JavanesH Tillages
" Java ia one of the most thick
ly populated countries in the
world every foot of which is culti
vated and the country, being very
mountainous aud fertilo, ofT-ra th
uroatest variety aud beauty to the
eye of lovers of nature.
"Tuo system of colonizition is
carried to a prfectiou found now
vhero elso in the world Every
wbore the traveler's oyo is do
lighted by mark of oloinlinesb
and ordor. Rnilroad stations,
wharves, bridges and all official
buildings are snow while aud
immaculato. Tho people aro Ihw
abiding and happy, with kindly
poetiotl dispositions. Tlioy Lave
a. great lovo for color and while
tuey very often dress in brilliant
colors, it is remarkable what
perfect harmony is always pre.
"They would cortainly give
valuable hints to their western
sisters in tho selection of colors
"Tho people aro very small.
This is especially so with the
Souudanesp, mnt of tboiu bMiii
not much over five feet in height:
but they are gracefully ai.d
perfectly proportioned and I
cousider tbotn the most so of all
the eastern natious.
"Tho dresi for men and women
timers very little. JJotu Hexes
wear the sarong, common to ail
Malayans Tuoho of tho women
are different in pattorn. These
sarongs ar a long straight piece
of cotton elaborately hand paiuted
in fantaxtio dosigus which are
often so intricate that it tikes a
woman be (woraon alouo make
them) ppvoral mouths to complete
one. Tuoy are snmotimo-i very
valuable and expensive, costiug a
Hundred gulden or more. How
ever, even th poorest wear the
"They have an elastio swing of
the figu 0 which with their thin
ulothing and vory often, tho bare
snoulders (sarongs are fastened
properly uudor tho arms,) in
hcoentuated. Thoir hands and
feet are small aud graceful
Tbo religion is chiefly Moham
medan, exceptionally liuddishm.
Their music is very origioal and
to tbo European ear, muoh more
molodioas than that of China,
Jnpan or Korea. There i-
notbi'ig of tho striugent, di
ugreeahto diaoord of the muaio of
"l'ho gamelang consists of at
least 15 or 2) people aud tho
tones soft even to the western ear,
are otpttvaiiug au I carry ouu's
thoughts off to long left ahon-a.
"Ium hospitality of the native
princes bnugs cue hick to the
lltw-tiiau or, an the Uormiu
espies it, 'Woiu, weiu unit
"In Java, bamboo i king. In
tho huildinii of triumphal aioho-,
bri.lyes autl liomtn ami lu th-ino-t
bamboo aloue is siuploy tl
iiitkitig these Htrong, urau-ful aud
latiiig. A great many of th
muiual iustruiueuts ure made of
Imiuboo. l'ho slope' of the hills
are covered with the feathery,
yrnceful treee, reaohiug to
leights far boyond thoae o( other
trro. With 1 horn may be seen
growing tho tioe ferns
and many smillui varieties
bannuns, suuar pa'ms, cocnauuts.
ami, most beHUiiful of all, tho
graceful waringon, tho sacred tree
of Buddha. In frout of every
UouHO 0110 ot thnso Is pluiilod at
tho birth of overy son.
"Irrigation, tho grn-tt Btumbling
lilookofall iiewoouutrii'B, Ih. lido
nvoryllilng ulsn in Java, carried to
poHUQlInn Tlie IJululi Uovorn
int'iit briugs tho water Irom its
Nourco in tho mnunliiliiH to (he
lleltU ot ovory native, uurriuu olT
me surplus, a-.d ke. p rontle,
lii'-ks. ai.d Urxliea in reuair. for
oil of whioh they claim payment
in part or tuo uaivrsi m propor
tion to tho sizein shon, tho
Dutch Governmeut is guardian of
tho iuterests of the natives. No.
wboie throuuh thp whole country
are there any marks of poverty.
:Aruoijg tho fiuits,which arc of
great variety, we nro familiar with
iiiuuy uure id tue xsianaB as in an
trop cat countries. lu Java are
found tho doriau and maug 'Steeu,
the hist noted for its fine flavor,
but.dilllcul'for foreigners to ap
preciate owiog to its peculiarly
unpleasant odor. The mango
teen, which is considered tho king
of all fruitd, is most delioious aud
" l'ho natives aro very skilful in
drawing, i-oulpting, nud mautifao
ttuing jewelry Sonio of their
ilver aud gold woven sarongs,
the kri-. or sword handles, and
the personal adornments are
wti'ki ot art.
"lu Bttavia there is a bautiful
museum worthy to ho in Paris or
London. Ono of the great attrac
tion toarcbreologieta are the rnins
of thoso giuantio tomplos of Boro
Bodoer aud Brnmbanau that Eug
lishmen tiod superior to tho tem
ples iu India.
"The lauguagn of the masses is
Malay. This is untW-tood by
all, but Souudanei-o and Javanese
aro spoken by the people of those
race. Of the laltor thore aro
four forms, one. of which is ued
exelU'UV-ly by tho otfiuials and
nobles, the common people bein
forbid len to speak it. Tho Dutch
olliciats all lenrn high Javanese iu
order U. couvere with the uobles.
For converse with tho masses they
Mis. Voi, opeaking of the social
life of J.ivt, bad tho following
"The social lifo of Java differs
from that of any other country iu
the East. Tbo Governor General
is tho head and all official fnnc
tions take place at his PalnCD in
Uttaviaor linitouz ire and ureat
ceremony is observed in reuartl to
him aud hn can only bo seen
through special fav r. An audi
ence l" granted persons cirryiuu
special letters, duly accr (lit d.iind
ihis is ciM.d icted aoiording to
rules of etiquette in full dress,
etc. DuriuL- the festivities for the
Inauguration of toe Queen of
a iian l lUrt Unvornor Ueneral
otlleited at all tho ojremonies,
coveriug a period of leu days,
when ball-i, dinuers and fetes
w re given day and uight.
"Tho reviews look place at six
in the moruing when all officials
aud those iuvited to bo with tho
Governor General wero obliged to
wear unit irm or full dreB- (eveu
nig). The Governor General,
though simple and unassuming,
hims-lf is obliged to make a great
show and in seen on tho street
only iu his official carriage, drawu
by fmr beautiful horses with four
outriders and moo in go'geouB
blue and silver livery. Quo of
these otrries tho gold utnbrolla
whioh is tho sigu of highoBt rank,
at tho sight of whioh, all natives
of tho lower clashes lmiueJiittely
uncover thoir beads aud sit or
squat on the ground until tbo car
"The approach of the Governor
General ixnuuouuord by tho blare
oi trumpets from mounted trum
peters aud upou bis arrival at any
Hue, uih oHuouai uymu or u. n
land is plfiyed.
"Th einoat brilliant affair iu hon
or of the festivities wib a ball
giveu at the pilnoe in Batavia ou
iho evening of the Queen's corn-
i..ir.i 'Pi.'.. I.... ....r .1 ...i...
uritiMii, xmo iiunu.iini tvilliu Iliur
hie buildi.ig wai dec irat d simply
with feme, mid utlius aud thou
ri'iiidH of oleutriu lights, but the
g iruuous iini'orius of the nlliuinls,
cue officer of visiting ships, the
Htiii's fo-iumcH ami mixt prptni
u nl of 'nil. Ih nativo piiiices with
ihejr nttend tut-t iu tho beautiful
uativo costumes of sarougHiid gold
eiiibroideretl coats nud leatl cov-
rings literally blazing uMi mug -iiiticent
jewels, formed a piotme
never to be forgotten. Oue roads
of the ropes of pearls iu ludia but
in Java thjy wear ropes of iliit
mouilH and emeralds,
"One of Iho most uuitiio sights
it to seo a groat unbl- followed by
hU servauts, who, however, are
left on tho verauda. Each unble
has a dozeu or more gorgeoutil)
dressed and each can ice some ai
tiulu fur his mastcr'u use, Fur iu
ntauco, one curries tho jnwi-lled
kris or daggui; anollntr a golden
tray with 11 golden goblut upon it:
another a uigar box oriiamiiited
with jewels ami otliors, the lutnl
(,'olltllllllMl Oil I'UKO ,
Agents, brokers and Jobbers. m
V. G.Irwin & Go. 1
Western Sugar Beflnery Oo. of Baa
lluldwiu Looomollvo Work ot FhUa
delphia,Penn.. D. 8. A.
Xcwcll Universal Mill Co. (Natloaa
Cane Shrcddir), N'T York, IT. 8. A.
N'.Ohlaudt Ac Oo'a Chemical Kerttllrem
Alex Cross Sc Sons, hleb grade fertik
leers for Cane and Coffne.
Deeds Steam Pipe Covering
Offer for Sale
Parafflne Paint Oo's V ft B Palnu'aaA
Patters; Lneol and Linseed oila, nr
In lor' j. (a cold water paint) In whlfc
Filter 1'roHS Cloths, Cement. Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE,
II O IS Oi .CJUJ.
The Ewa Plintiilon Co.
The Wlilu Ai-rlculturil Co., Lti.
The Kohila Suear Cn.
The Waltmta Sucir Mill Co.
Th Koloa Agricultural Co.
Tha Nulton Iron Worki, St. Louli, Mo.
Hit Standard OH Co.
ITia Oeo. F. Bla Staro Pumpi,
Th Nr Eni-lanJ Lite Inturance Co. of Boat,
Tho Etna Fire Int. Co. ol Hartlord, Cono.
Tftf Alliance A.nranre Co o I rndon.
Agents for the California and Orients
fVm. G. Irwin & Co.
"m. Q. IndD, Fresident and Managat
Jlaus Hpreckals, - - - Vioe-Preaidest
. M. GifiHrd, Secretary and Treaanrtt
heo. O. Potior, ... Andttot
AaNTfl OP TUB
IUEANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPANY
op han ruANniano. OAia.
BREWER & (MPANi, L1M1TD
Queen street, Honolulu, H.I.
Hawaiian Arncultnral Company, Unome Sofia
lompany, Honomu Sucar Company, Wallak
lorar Company, VValbec Surar Company, Makw
iar Company, Halcakala Ranch Company, Ka
pala Ranch. - Planter' Line San Frandao
ukeU, Cbas. Brewer & Co.'s Lin of Boats
ackeu. Agenta Boston Board of Underwf Itan
trail Philadelphia HnarrinMlndanrrltan.
un o omcuasi
OMCooko.Presidenti Oeorge 0 BobertMt,
tauiagert E F Bishop, Treasurer and Sat
tarr-Col. W F.Allon, AndltorjO If Cooks,
( Waterlonse, A W Carter. Directors.
M. PHILLIPS 4 CO.,
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers ol
aropean and American Dry Bwik
Fort and Oneein Htrfwta
i. HAOKFELD & C(., LW:
HKERAL COMMISSION AGENTS
J-r f'nrt nd Unwn HtrwotN Honolnli,
CITY REPAIR SHOP
115 Bethel Street, opposite Water
house & Co.
Strictly new 83 ClivclanJ llicvcltt tor Rent,
Srcnni'han lllcyclei toi ule,
Krpalrlnr promptly and thoroughly attendti
All work guaranteed.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
fin proved anil inoilitrn HUG A Ft MA.
IIINKRY of tvry iitiuclty ami des
iriitloii mailt to nrilor. lioller work
.ml KIVKTKD IMI-m for irrigation
jurKm-ruixii(cl;ilty. Purtivtilar attou.
Jon paid to JOII WOItK, itml repaint ex.
I'ltl lit. MlllirlM4 iiwIpi.
11. M. 3) UNO AN,
Collector and General Buii-
Olllce, . )l:i Kilinininii atrnet.
AImi proiarod tnlulio tinlorx lor llltlna
In low Mini unit tnrnti'lii Work
irnniitly nttimlel tit. '.'.VI
Unitml Ntatos (Nitom Hiitlso IlrokeK,
AiHMiiilitmit, Hi'itrolinr (if Titlea anj
(Itinaral UiuIiiom AKunt.
OVVWVl No. In Kitaliiiitianu atrwM
iiiimmiiii, lorinorir A, UosA'aol
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