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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. 1., - SEPTEMBER -80, 1899.
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fOn to Manila1
2t By DOUGLASS WHITE, JE
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Douglas White, "War Correspondent.
Author of " On to Manila."
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ANEMIA, PQ0RNE88 OF BLOW
ivea ir wluuii.
by tha Leading Fhjtlolaa
of aU Countries.
W utilhif Tttti nor SumM
Dcu mot ConUlfalt.
Don mot Dlacktn tin Tm
8ooo brines back
! wlMf.liitai M olkrr linlKiloa. of n.
-- "" f mi iwsuii gnu urafiitia.
Wkolesilei tjo. Run L.iajrrtie, I'amj.
H. Gh. BXA-XIT,
404K FORT STREET.
The latest designs in Bracelets,
Pins, Rings, &c, on hand or made
to order. Stones of all kinds neatly
cut, polished and mounted.
THE HAWAII HERALD
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good paper for
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who use its co
uuiiiuciuii iiiviuuiiuuu uuti
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Cor. Queen and Fort Sts.
Sole Agonts for POUT COSTA FLOUR.
Telephones 1086 & .56. P. O, Box to
O. H. BERREY, : AlanaRer.
jw-Dicnlt Collections a Specialty.
Or do you want your
Stationery, and other
The questions are unnecessary. You can get the best at the
JOB PRINTING. HOUSE.
210 KINO STREET, HONOLULU, "h!"i" !
Vef a Fording the asreavea ha tka AHaek eat Fart 8aa a...-.!
Beeatai iraaa aa fflpjtraU ea am " la f ln."
Has Changed II and r
..Will be thoroughly renovated..
Meals at all hours, 25c.
-Just above Orpheum Theater.
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
Ctno Suitings In English, Scotch and
American Goods made to order.
relephono 008. Poatofflce box 986.
JAPANESE SIGH PAINTER
And Paper Hanger.
133 Nuuanu Avonue, Honolulu, H. I.
Watohmakor and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213X King stroot. 1277
OHIN SING 00,
100 West King Stroot
Jobbing promptly uttonded to; also all
kinds of Furnlturo on hand. J21G-fltn
10(J Nuuanu Stroot.
Chairs or all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Clilnose Teas.
. flTTAmg nf nil llx.lo M.,lll
w- w . n.l.t.a, .ltl.bblll,
Chinese Grass Linen In any color,
rmiuy vallum ouk uaniiKercmers,
KWONG HING OUONO CO.,
Nuuanu above Klnit st.
2IIH KBB RSSTAUBANf
Alakoa, between Morclmnt uud King
A First Chs3 Moal at All Hours,
lt. Luncheon Rooms or Ladles
and Gents. Give us a trial.
Is any old thing
enough for you ?
CITY MILL C0Ltd
Builders and Contractors.
Queen and Kekaullke Sts.,
(Ew iMe of Old Fish M.rket.)
P. O. Box 951 Telephone 101
Beg to announce that they are now pre
pared to undertake all branches of the
Work undertaken by the day or by con
tract; estimates furnished. 1294
(Successor to 0. Lind),
Nuuanu and Hotel streots
Lato of notel stroot, opposite Pantheon
Hotel. First-class meal 25c. 1270
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to jii
.Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's.
Dresses Made To Order.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Grocer
- Boots and Shoos, oto.
Al quality L. A. Rice for salo.
No. 409 Nuuanu streot, cor. Chaplain st.
P. O. Pox 1014. 1271
From 314 Nuuanu stroot to larger prom
ises, No. 310, on tlio oppoMto sldo of tlio
305 Nuutnu St., next Exchange Saloon,
Ctoihlnu, etc., made to order.
All Suits cuiranteed to Tit, and In the. Latest Style,
No. 6 Nuuanu St., below Merchant, Honolulu,
MEHOHANT : TAILOll.
flWSults guaranteed to 6t and In latest styles.
Clothlnc mad. to order; Uniforms a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonabl.'rates.
This ovor popnlar Rainier bpoi
is boooming n honoeLold word
aud "will you bnvo a gluss o1
8eattlQ'1 is moro ofton benrd thm
ftuvtbing olso. Tbo Oritorioi
8aloon have tbo beer on tnp or ii
Araoricim Mosnengor Horvict
Masouio Tomple. Toleuhour
DESIGN FOR SMALL HOTEL.
Well ArrnnRcil For the Neeila of n
Snimuer Ilonrillim Home,
Tlio plans hero shown were designed
to meet tlio requirements of a boarding
house or a hotel on n sranll scale, Tlie
bulldlnu would lie 30 feet In width and
h supposed to be situated ou a lot of
50 feet frontage, thus leaving a space of
ten feet on each side for light and nlr.
In the basement are located the laundry,
heater and storage rooms for coal, veg
The first story contains a largo stair
Use ball of sufficient size to afford desk
room, check room, etc., for the office,- In
tbo front Is the parlor, scpnratcd from
the ball by sliding doors. Communicat
ing with the parlor and main hall Is a
largo dining , room, amply lighted by
broad windows at each end. with an
open fircplaco on ono sldo to give cheer
fulness and warmth, as required. Back
of the dining room nrc a kitchen, with a
good sized storeroom; back hall and
stairway and a large, well lighted pan
try communicating with the dining
room and with double hinged doors,
which aro self closing. The kitchen
FIIiST FLOOIt TLAN.
furnished with an SO gallon copper boll
or, sink, etc., complete, with door to
In the second story, In addition to the
bathroom, main aud back staircase, balls
and con Mors, arc ten good sized rooms,
some of which could bo arranged so as
to communicate with each other, If so
desired. The plan of the third story Is
substantially the same, with the excep
tion that four rooms nrc reserved for tlie
servants nt the back of tho house, en
BKCOXU I'LOUlt I'LAN.
tlrcly Ehut off from the other rooms by
a partition' wall ncruss tho corridor.
The foundation walls aro of stono. Tho
chlmneya aud outside walls of the fiist
Mory aro of bard htivk laid In red mortar.
Tlie building about the Urtt story Is of
wood, with an open timber roof, slated,
with tlio sldo walls sheathed, pupcird
and shingled.. A broad vctauda extends
across the entire front, biokcn by it iieiit
porch. The building can be erected for
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HENRY RANG OFF.
tint When lie Rot Home Thnt Klarht
There Wna Trouble,
Apropos of nothing In particular un
less It bo electricity 1 henrd n drug
gist toll of n llttlo occurrence tu hli
shop the other day.
lie wna nlouc nnd putting up n pre
Rcrlptlou behind his largo partition
screen when n stylishly dressed w
man entered nnd nsked with some i
cltcmcnt for the tclepliono.
He ensconced her In front of It nnd
returned to his work.
She took off her gloves, rang tip
"central" nnd begun:
"2170 street. Ves. jtH, Mr, Hen
ry, Weekcr. Yes, yes. He's nt No.
Dcckuinn street. Ves. Oh, Is that
Then her volco Iinrdcncd.
"Henry, why did yon tell me yoti
went to riillndolphla Thursday V
What? No, you did jiott I know bet
ter. Don't you stand there and lie to
mo like that! No, I won't! What do
I enro for thu gill In tho telephone of
fleet You Just attend to me nnd let
her nlouol I'm In 11 drug store. They're
not listening nt nil. I wnnt an expla
nation. No, Indeed, I will not wnlt
till you como homo tonlghtl My thnt
time you'll have hatched up n flno sto
ry and brought up n couple of brutes
to swear to It. Mrs. Wallace says Iter
husbaud saw you nt tho club Thurs
day night nnd that you were going
out to play poker nil night. Qh, no, liu
Isn'i! He's n very nleo mat), and I am
much obliged to hlin. You wouldn't
dnro do anything of tho kind! What?
You won't, eh? Well, you'll talk when
you get home! Here, wnlt a moment.
Don't shut off"
But tho seance was over, nnd sho
paid her 15 cents and stnlked out with
flashing eyes thnt boded 111 for tho
lively Henry. Cincinnati Unqnlrcr.
AVIuit Solomon' Temple Coot.
"A Illbllenl student In this city," says
our Washington correspondent, "de
clares thnt If the descriptions of Solo
mon's Temple nrc nceurntcly given In
tho Bible nud by secular authorities,
tho totul value of that cdlflco nnd Its
contents must have exceeded $50,000,
000,000. In thu ilrst place, tlio vnluo
of tho mnterials In tho rough Is esti
mated at ?12,r.00,000,000, nnd tho lalior
nt $3,000,000,000. According to Vlllal
pandls 10,000 men wcro engaged In
dressing cedar lumber, 80,000 were en
gaged In cuttlug stono nnd 00,000 In
bearing burdens for a period of seven
years, wlio, In addition to their wages,
received CO cents a day for food. Ac
cording to tho snmo authority, which Is
corroborated by Joscphus, tho vessels
of gold wcro valued nt 1-10,000 talents,
which, reduced to American money, Is
equal to ?L320,481,01G. Tho vessels of
silver are calculated nt $3,231,71C,000,
tho vestments of the priests nnd tho
robes of tho singers ut S10,0.0,000,
and tho value of tho trumpets of gold
was $1,000,000." Chicago Record.
OtMapeeded the SsrnlloTr.
A swallow Is considered ono of the
swiftest of Hying birds, nud It wns
thought until n short time ngo that uo
insect could cscapo It.
A naturalist tells of nn ovcUlm-
chaso he saw between n swallow and
a dragon fly, which Is among tbo swift
est of Insects.
Tbo Insect flow with Incredible speed
nnd wheeled nnd dodged lth such
caso thnt tho swallow, despite Its ut
most efforts, completely failed to over
tako nnd capture It.
Mkea to lie Kicked.
Hall Caiuo confeshoa that he likes to
bo kicked, as long as tho thing Is done
In public and makes him conijpicnous
or notorious. Ilo suys in the Loudon
Mali: "Even the silliest personal refer
ence I over see, however inspired by
paltry feelings, seems to inoby implicit'
tlon a tribute uud compliment, being 11
recognition of tho fact thnt I am a
factor worth counting with and nn nd
vereary worth fighting. And when tlio
most false, tlio most menu nnd tho most
belittling of tho kind bus censed to np
pour I shall know that I uui no longer
of tbo least account."
A Cold Nlaht In China.
Ono of tho facta that wo ineffaceably
cat into my memory during my first
winter in Nowchwnng was tho finding
on ono morning nbont Now Year's timu
30 masses of ice, each mass having been
n living nmn ut 10 o'clock tho preced
Thu thermometer wns 11 good bit be
low zero (F.). Tho men had just left tho
opium dens, whero thoy had been eu
joying themselves, Tlio keen nir pent
them to sleep, and thoy Hover wakened.
North China Ileruld.
City Ilo) 'm lilen.
A Gullatln county farmer hired 11
boy from tlio city to nssist him through
tho summer. Tho farmer told thu kid
to go out to tho ham lot and salt tlie
calf. Tho kid took a quart of salt und
industriously rubbed it into tho calf's
hide. Tho colts got nfter tho vulf for
tlio salt nud had about nil the hair
licked off tho unimal before its condi
tion was discovered. Montgomery
Kui-ir What 1'iiictI) .Meant.
"Yon havo never known tlie pangs ol
povcrtyl" ho cxcluimed bitterly.
Thu heiress' eyes softened, though
liquid to begin with.
"Indeed I have," said sho warmly.
"I went to n bargain sulo whero no one
know mo nnd found I hud left my pmSu
nt home," Indianapolis JunrunL
f Happy at Last
ltebocca Slonrr wna rcgarcM as the
typical old mid of ICIngvtown. People
said she had "soured on the wesHcL" and,
assuredly, judging from the sJMstp, bitter
remarks which often passed haw Dps, opo
would not Imagine thnt sho found tho
world full of sweetuess and tbzhL The
Kingstown people would have opened
their eyes wide could they hat c seen the
old maid one winter c cuing, when, hsfv
Ing returned from a walk, sho threw hor
self ou her couch nud shed a flood of
"Can I never forget him or learn to de
spise the man who spurned my lovej"
she murmured. "Ab, Dick, Dick! I nev
er will cense to love youl"
Iler story was one not uncommon in
New England village life. When prepa
rntioni were going mi for her nirriogt to ,
Itlchatd Waldrnu, llebecca'a mother, who
was a widow, fell III. Hichard Waldron,
who had been waiting n lung time for
Iteborcn, insisted upon tlie limrrlngo be
ing performed without delay, for, as their
new hone would be within sight of the
Stoiier place, ltchc-ci ronld still be with
her mother nnd oterscc a nurse. But the
mother selfishly gbjectrd. She knew
thnt ltebocca wouid not be the same to
her nfter marriage. No ime else could
nurse her as well, and she wouldn't be In
their wny long. Sho would iro gladly ns
soon as she was tailed up htpln-r etc.
So ltebeecn, sick nt IiliI, but not dar
ing, lalsed aa she had been, to resist pa
rental authority, utTcied IJlcS Ids free
dom. He stormed nngrlly nt first, L tt, seeing
her pain aud distress, at last sr.id 10 liar:
"Rebecca, you are spoiling t nves, I
fear, by your mistaken tintlnti -r yonr
duty, but I uuibt sulmii.. Lit when you
arc free you have only to write to mo
for I cannot stay here and call 1110 back.
Whenever you send, I will come, for
will never love nny woman but you and
will be faithful to jou always,"
All might hnve gone well had H nof
been that Mrs. Stoner again cUl'shlr In
terfered. Rebecca nnd Dick must not
write to each other. It would only keep
Rebecca's mind in a tutnt'lt, i.iid sue
would not stand In their way long. Sho
was ready to go to heaven nt any time,
she. had never harmed a living creature,
she would gladly free them of her pres
ence, nnd moro canting talk lika this,
which did nothing to heal RcbcccaSi sord
As a matter of fact, the old lady hsvKI on
to life with a turn clous grasp niicT Uvea
five more years of hclplcs, li.ralldJsui,
selfish to thu last.
When at Inst Rebecca was frets, sh
liet-ltated about recalling Dick, whom she
still fondly loved. What if lie harj mar- "
rlcd since he had left her? Men wre In
constant by nnture, she nrgiul. Tift the
remembrance of Dick's rate und his
words as he I N-r goodby fotcajd her
to bcl!ec li. justnmy. Another
doubt nssalled .no had 1 n ged dur
ing five jcui'h' attendance I. .he. sick
room nud hnd lost lunch nf 1 1 girlish
charm. Perhaps he would 11 t cr.re for
PInally her love conquered, and the
wrote hlin n letter wbiih would Wto
brought 1dm, n happy, eager lover, rhcr
side. But In somu uuaccuuuiul).c way
the letter wns lost lu transit. Dick never
received the message calling him lndtta'.
Rebecca, nnd she supposed, nn he did not
return, that he spumed tlie loe she of
fered. Naturally she wns almost heart
broken, lost her faith In man nnd nrVrr
wrote ngaln. He, on Ids part, ircelvh::
no word after the death of Mr S' mrr,
supposed Rebecca's low had t cli n"d
railed at the Inconstancy of wo to Hut "
he ucser wrote, even to 1, b id Ut.-.
Years passed, and he finally returned to
live In his old home: but, thoug'i In- and
Rebeccn passed each other daily, lht
was never speech between them. They
were now middle nged, anl vjci llvrd
Otic night Rebeccn in a lcslless mGJA
started out for n wnlk. She hnd.cono as
far as Dick Waldron a cottago when the
thought sho hcaid n groan. She eto
men, wiui nisi Denting nenrt, ran urto
the door nnd listened. Tlie croon wna
repented, and, hesitating no Iqnger, the
pushed open the door nnd entered. Al
most on the threshold she Humbled. oer
hit prostrate form. In n moment) the
was on her knees and lifted bis head
upon her breast.
"Dick, my darling, nre you hurtt" she
whispered, passlonntely kissing bit closed
eyes nnd rubbing his cold liauda.jLroused
by her words ho struggh d to rise, but fell
back. Rut he knew her. "Ah, Rebeccn,
you have been cruel to me," ha' murmur
ed. Then, almost under his breath, he
snld: s ,
"When pnlu nnd nngulidi wring the
brow, a ministering nngel.thoiiJ"
"I fell nnd broke my leg nml crnwled
to the door for help," he began to ex
plain, but fainted away.
When Richnid Waldron recovered con
hcIouh!uhi, lie found the doctor bcildo
hltn In-dend of Relx-eca. "Map Rtoner
sinod your life, I firmly Indies c.tlij doe
"I know she did," echoed Dick. But
he meant something tlie do tor could not
Tlie net day Rebecca (cccWtd an ur
M'nt note from her old lnvi-r hoggin 1: her
to come tu hltn.' Hhe could not refuse,
for, as she told herself, he mlgnf bo dy
ing. When she saw him. pale nud suf
fering, but smiling glndlv becanse she
had come, the sharp e. ortcned and
tho hind lines about lu 1. juUi seemed
to disappear, and her henit best with a
wild hope that nfter all n new day. of
happiness was about to davn for her.
All that hnd seemed so Incomprehensi
ble to tlii-ui wns now cleared up, although
tho missing letter wns never traced, npl
tho village people wero hhockod'tlie next to,
day to leain that Rebecca had. married
Dick Waldron wjicn ho was sick In bcJ.
"Took adviintuge or h' Jlidvia hltos
tlon," some openly declaicV Others 1
rlded, but some sympathized. '
Rebecca heatd this t-tnlenient, but sho
did not enrc. Dick had bogged her to
marry him at once, nnd sho felt she
owed It to him as well n to koraelf to
comply, and so sho mined hlauback to
lifu nnd tho hnpplnosit tho canw.so near
missing, and It wns still k n.-et.yilt'iousli
ik vniiiv uu Mie, ijiiivugQ nmotvueraiu.
Brain fug In Inrgely tho rMi:l
t:tt ct peo-j
it thv eat
Dlo not wishing to admit thnt thv eat
too much. Detroit JouruiX , ,. 1