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THE EVENING BDJbLKTIN: HONOLULU, U. I., AUGUST 2G, 18.?!)
A MASTERFUL SHOWING OF HANDSOME
For Men andBoys,
latest summer fashions, at popular prices.
LinenMesh Underwear did you ever try it?
Its wearing affords delight. We
Oonior lot and cottago at
Kalilii. Terms $200 cash,
balanco $25 per month. A
good chance to secure a homo
on oa9y torms.
A nuinbor of lots atKalihi,
50 x 100 oaoh. Torms to
No. 10 Fort St.
A FEW VliRY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at NIo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Blotk, Merchant street.
A valuable residence lot situated In one
of the best locations on the Walklk. beach,
and having a sea frontage of about 250
feet. This property Is well laid out with
fruit and ornamental trees. There Is a
comfortable dwelling on the property.wlth
cottages, stables and bath houses.
For terms and other Infoi niatlon apply to
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
.2ojtf Judd Hulldlng.
EDMUND ir. HAltT,
Notary Public and Typewriter
Conv.ytn.tr anJ Sttrchtr ol DtcorJi,
leiroiJleo Nn. in Kimhiiiimnu (.trout,
my'lVluiihonu No. H7U.
NOTARY PUBUO and TTFGWR1TRB
. Ortiffi M Alrrdunt utt-l, CokpNII Uob, fi
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FRIGES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
A fine fitting suit is as com
f ortable as it is stylish. Our Blue
Serges are Just the thing for the
weather-no kind of suit is more
popular. These suits usually sell
for $25.00; they are now $15. No
tailormade suit can excel them.
Joy and hopeful pleasure
abound here. There isapeaceful
and contented satisfaction? in the
countenance if of thisi jnan. Itjs a
counterpart of.thelfeelings of-the
man who buys his clothing and
furnishings of us. Good material
The questions are unnecessary. You can get the best at the
210 KINQ STREET,
- m A iTmA WjSuk0HB
rw. ivibbiv.. '
are sole agents.
9 AND 11
1c anv tt thlner
aj a-waj- vrm i-uiug
good enough for you?
Or do you want your
JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
HONOLULU, H. I.
rouNO tcnocr conn
in To-day's Bullolinfefe
Cwtomfj Which Are Fashionable.
I'retty and Cool.
Musi I ii gowns con-rod with Incrusta
tions of ldco nnd with llttlo nlcnclennc'
laces running hero and thero nmld the-design
nro charming, nlthotigh oxpensivo.
Then thoro uro gowns of embroidered
whlto nainsook In opon patterns, with vn
tendonites nlso. A third 1ioclty consists
of a sort of closo cout of gutpurowornovor
a gown of muslin or gauzo.
A very thin, light foulard has been
brought out this season which composes n
number of exceedingly attrnctlvo as well
as cool nnd comfortohio costumes. They
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IUU Ui VUIIIBU lllUVll li I111IIIU11, ,111, t VlJUil-
tllly loco, ro ln-d and placed among tho
most fashtnuablu of decorations, Is highly
sultablo for uso with this foulard, ns with
other summer silks.
Crcpo do chine Is another .favorite ma
terial for wnrin weather gowns. Somo
times It is used for cntlro costumos, somo
times It coniioses tho skirt only, thobodlro
being of tnffi tit or somo other sort of silk
of tho Famo color at tho crepe do chluu. i
i Thero is hardly n toilet to bo scon In which ,
wlilto does not somowhoro enter.
The cut shows a gown of pink and whlto
printed foulard. Tho skirt has a pointed
tabllcr of whlto gulpuro with llttlo points
of crystal nnd slherembroldory at tho top.
Tho blouso bodice fusions nt tlio left sldo
and has n collar nnd ro era of gulpuro with
applications of tho embroidery Tho closo
slcorcs hnvo cutis to match. Tbo gulmno,
high collar nnd belt aroof green silk. Tho
bnt of pink straw Is lined with pulllngs of
pink mousscllnoilo solo nnd trimmed with
pink flowers nnd black quills.
The I'rcrallliiE Mode In Skirt" and Hod
Icea. All ocnltiR gowns haron slight train
which Is faccl lnsldo with many ullk ruf
fles to glvo It. suhbtnnco and hold It In
chnpo. Although faslilon cmnninnds that
street skirts shall nlbo drag n little, many
women wry sensibly rofttso to trail a
quantity of duxt anil debris behind them
and to cling to tio regulation walking
length whllo conforming to tho dictate
of thu modo In oery other ri'i-iicct,
81ooes grow tlghtcrnnd tighttTmul ox
ti'iul tiKin thu hand iiiiIchm they nro ulbow
sleoos, when they nro llnUhnl yndi.vi
fall of plaited imiuuIIihi du Kilo.
A cry eoinenliiiit nswull usolegaut lit
tlo garinunt lvthu boleroof lilaolc ctnlirolil
ored lalTola. Tho embroidery U of nil
kinds, ojienwotk, npiillciitlon, Jet, cto,,
but Is always black, Thiro tiro two ennr
mous rnviTH entirely cumtuI with tiny
niahes of nmtlHwIliHi tin koIii or llh llttlo
ruflles of ttillu. Tlio.u prutty UiUros surwi
ni n light wriiptu bu worn uwr any Ixxlliu,
CorNigi'H mo still iniit'h trliiiinisl, nud
tho oiio Iiiavii In thu llltiklriilliiu biiiu ix
nntpluof how tliutilmuilngU Hiiiictliii
arranged, Tho IxhIIih Is of IoUki'ii limw
Ilk, fiirinlnit lunr-i'lut iiiiihriihlnrtHl s 1 1 i
brown unit gold, wliloli Is phuidmrrn
Killliilxinf pahi blini silk cm hhI with iiur
row Jiltilt lugs of pain hiuu IiiiiiumHiioiIu
sole, Tim limwn I1U kliHiws imi embrtild
emliit (bu wlt ninl ImMHuti. iiiiitlilng
riiiH'uiiiir ism niuiiMHMliiii
LIEUT. BRUMBY A GEORGIAN.
Career of the Officer Who Ttalsed Onr
Flat Over Manila.
A groat deal of pleasure Is manifested
In Atlanta over tho pcrf onnanco of Lien
tenant Thomas M. Brumby, the flop
nontenant of Admiral Dowoy's ship
and tho offlocr to whom belongs the
proud distinction of raising tho stars
nnd ntrlnes nrnr Mnnlln. Rmnihv 1r n
1 pattvo of Georgia nnd spent many years
of his lifo in Atlantn, whero bo obtain
ed nn elementary edncation nnd man
aged to make himself popnlnr with
about every person with whom ho came
In contact. He was born in 1856, nnd is
now 43 years of age. Ho oomes of fight
ing stock, his father, Major Arnoldns
V. Brumby, having graduated in tho
lamo class at West Point with William
I. Sherman, whom at that tlmo ho
ranked. Later on ho becamo prcsldont
of tbo Georgia Military acadomy nt
Marietta, whore tho 13mm by of Manila
famo first saw tho light Tho family
Bnbsequontly inovod to Athens and in
1808 mado Atlanta thoir homo. Lion
tenant Brnmby was sent to John Ishnm's
school thoro, whero many of tho most
prominent Atlantlans wcro educated.
For two yoars Brnmby was a studont at
tho stato unlvorslty in Athens, whero
ho laid tho foundation of tho education
which helpod to sccuro his appointment
to Annapolis in 1870.
In 1880 ho graduatod and has since
rison steadily to his present rank. Ex
United States Attorney Tinsloy W.
Ruckor spunks interestingly of tho boy-
j hood of Lieutenant Brumby. Ho said
. that tho latter was n handsomo, spright
ly jtuuuk iiiu.ii, w.iu mo nory unsn
which marks tho man born ton military
lifo. Ho had a knack of popularizing
himself with his col lego matos, and
tlioy nro not surprised at tho brllllanco
of his career. Lieutenant Brumby was
in tho terrible Apia (Samoa) disaster.
His ship wont to pieces undor him, bnt
ho succeeded in winning tho alioro in
opposition to tho powerful surf, which
was engulfing men on ovcry sldo of
him. Washington Post
HEROINE OF THE WAR.
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Miss Annie Wheeler's Noble Mork In th
Illotpttal nt Bantlugo,
Aliss Wheeler, daughter of General
I Wheulor, has written tho following let
. tor to a friend In Tampa:
IlosriTAi, Santiaoo, Jnljr 00
You took no ltlmlly nn Interest In mr comlns;
horo tlint I thoui(lit I would snatch n intnutu
from tnjr clutle- In tlm hospital to toll jou I
om well catnMI-lied In tho liospltol Iicrc, hlcli
contnlna (ever pntlcnts or all klnilit, tncluJliu'
yellow Jover. Tlilrtj Rood, trained nursot
enmo right on III" wharf andncro turnrd back
on account of yellow fovcr. Kono but tin
tnuncs ft- allowed to enter tho city An ex
ceptlon was inmlo In my f nror becauso my fit
tbor nnd brother wcro hero, tliouth 1 wn
strongly ndvlhtd not to come, belnR told thoro
wcrodo7ons of yellow fover cases In cvOry
regiment of my father's division. I thought
tho creator tho danger that existed tho greater
reason for mo to eouio. On landing I found
tho yellow fever scaro without foundation
or. If thd fnver-whlcli tho troops have In ycl
low fever. It Is wonderfully light.
My brother was very 111, and 1 bad to rldo
horseback on a cavalry saddle six miles to his
camp ovory morning and back every evening
1 was fearfully uneasy about him, as he was
desperately 111. Now that ho Is better I am
working in tho hospital here, and there aro a
great many patients and very few nurses, and.
although when night comes I am too tired to
tat or rent, 1 am glad to bo horo. It will bi a
beautiful memory to me all my lifo, tho sight
of the pathetically grateful faces of our poor
neglected soldiers and tho wonderfully pleased
oxprcsnion In their pitiful cyvawhen I do any
thing for them at all. There Is so llttlo I can
do. and thcr or to grateful for that llttlo 1
feel fully repaid for taking a great dn ;noro
troublo than I did take to eat hero. My wholo
heart got" Cut to ttl6 MlatuH woo fought so
bravely and uncomplainingly, nnd still In the
long, suffering days of tho hospital they do
not complain. Surety In all tho world thero Is
no one llku tho American soldicrl I tmu u
groat deal moro to say, but no time
It will bo rememhored that Alius
Wheeler inado at least half a dozen at
tempts to reaoh her father, General
Wheolcr, without avail, bnt at last
through tho kindly assistauco of Prosi
dent McKlnloy, sho sailed on tho trans
port Lampasas with tho itod Cros3
nurses. Nuw York Tribune
Verses of the Lone; Ago That Touch tbu
Popular Heart of Today.
A generation ago, says Tho iMall nnd
Express, there nppoarcd in Vanity Fulr,
with which tho iiamoof ArtemuN Waul
was identified, tho follow! tig poem ou
tho civil war. It will bear republicn
tlon at this time, despito tho fact that
thu uttiuo of its author is unknown It
was entitled "After All," nnd is olo
qnent in its simplicity nnd thu pioturu
of douicbtiu grief it presents:
Tho apples nro rlw In tho orchard,
Tho work of the reaper Is dune,
And thu golden woodlands tulUen
In tho blood of tho dying suu
At tho cottage door tho grandsire
HUH, imki, In hUtusy chair,
Khllu the gi ntlo wind of twilight
Plays with his silver hair
A wmiiiin is kmellng Usldo him.
A fair )ounu hi'ud Is priwtd
In the llr-t wild puHalou of sorrow
Against his aged brm.t
And far frmn over tho distance
Tho tlylng ii'lious conio
Of tl.u wurllku blunt of truniHt
And thu rattling roll of drum
And tho graudklre sin-nks In a nhuipor
"Thu end nu uian can see,
Hut u u mIvu him tu his country,
And wu give our pruyus to lima.'
Ilia Inlet star th meadow a,
The I dm hints frlngu tlm duir.
And over Ilia grn") orelisids
Thu pink whltu blossoms .ur
Hut thu gruiidalra's rhalr Is viupty
Thu i titlsgu Is dark Mid still,
Thviu's n iiuineless grave la I ho lltlu
And a us una timlcr llio hill
Ami a xillld. H srlM uuiimii
liy llw will lt-urtli slls hIuiiu,
Alas ll.iiihtliN.'k In Urn corner
'IUks mi Willi a tidy ilrwh
THE REIGNING MODE.
f-mil" Selie Cipri In Favor Children's
Thin On lis.
The Louis Hcl7o li'nntlo H gaining mora
nud moro In fnshlonnhlo fmornnd Is cer
tainly n novelty qulto dirfcrciit from any
thing which hn been worn for a number
of years. How long It will hold its pine.
Is another question. Probably tho ap-
prooch of cold weather will seo Its decline
for ns thu fronts aru hlojunl away thero i .
llttlo ri'nl warmth in tho garment. Tho
long mantles uro now used for traveling,
while thoo of medium and short lengtli
am warn with mnru elcgnnt tolletH. As
tho liifldo of thu eaH) Is largely Ulble,
even tho hlmplcftt cxaniplos are lliietl with
frills and pulllngs of muui-si'llnu du miIo or
tntTota Thus a cuu of mastlo cloth,
plainly (IiiIbIiimI with stltchcl straps and n
runio In circular farm, Is lined with plait
ings of sl.y hiuu iikiiis'-cIIiki tie solu.
Many frtuks for llttlo children of cither
mx aru miitlu with low lirek and short
sleeves this scnui, which Is n revival of
an old fashion which onco uiihersjilly
pruvallcd These frocks nro only worn In
tho mlddlu of tho tiny and nro either
changed with the changing temperattiro
or aru provided with llttlo Jackets, which
may bo iiddid when it gniws cool.
Thu cut shows nu outing gown of red
canvas. Tho shirt. Istrimuird wlthstttclM-d
straps and pearl buttons. Tho blouso
hodic-u Is dnttblo breitstul and bus it short
basque, thu niters, cuils mid stitched
straps being of whltu cloth nnd thu lelt of
red elveL Tho hat of wlilto straw Is
adorned with red flowers nnd whlto
plumes. J tunc Ciioixet.
Skirts and Corsages of niflerent Materials
Although tho fashion of bodices differ
ing from tho skirt is no longer ouu which
prevails universally, yet it hits by r-a
means gono out and Indeed Is too oiienj
lent and economical to I) lluhtlyoraVg;
doncd. Tho bodlro tuny bo of dllTerent
material, but must recall llm tolorof tho
skirt nnd bo brought lino such relation
ship that thu two iipiHsur to Is'Iong tugeth
er With kixmI jiiilgineiit It Is (-.ssllilo to
so K'leel ono's uaulroUi that tbo i!l,.ui i.e
nrtlcli-i., or at leiikt most of I hem, aru In
harinony with each ntln r nud may bo
combined If that Is desliitblu. A woman
of illsoietloiuiscirtiiliisthugumiilor toliirs
whlih Is imiiit becoming to her nud then
keeps within that raiign, tieu If It Is lim
ited, and thus sho ill Imu) hnMral arti
cles of npimrel of thu saino color or p'lii nil
tiinc. 'llmiilin uf thuwlst wmiiaii Is not
to liinoim many arii'tlis t tint as pinsl
bin In her wimlrulxi, Imi inwunr ulintcMT
plneus her to tho gnsitosl ivdwiiitngo. Her
self Is tbu chief t'oiinlili'iatloii, not her
elothes. 'I'lierefuru It Is not illllleult fur
her to Inttn bodlti's and skills which aro
liiiriliouliHls, nllli(iimlithi') Hero lint orlgl
lially iiiadii In go liigetlier, nud by t hung,
lug iiImiiiI sho may luno tarlely w Ithuut ml.
Thu iih'tiiru ulinws a IkhIIihi of pink silk
eiiM'iiil Willi bUik lauu viiihrohli'ii'd with
Jet. On I- this Is n irowi'd ilmpcry of pink
cii si ilu t'liliie, nlilih (hiMis mrr thu
sholllileisiiliil forillS lnvli Ill's at lliolmrl,,
with sash mills fulling iihhi ilm sklit.
TIm iiIwmi liu's am itnm with Imv,
mu iliuMilhiniiul wiM (iIIUiiiu of pink!
ivjsi ilu ubiiw ,lrM0 OlUMl ir.
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