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THE EVEMINQ BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OOTOBEB 7. 1899.
TCURE FOR 8UN8TROKE.
JBw to Treat a Patlca Wk Haa
lien oue U ov.rcoiue br heat, ho
a!d be Immediately remored to the
rest sliadV or' cool'- Dlacc. whore
re l plenty of frwh, pure air. The
Hnr of the shirt or dre should be
svoiki, or. bettor still, strip the cloth-
to the- waist and place the sufferer-
I a recumbent position.
Vnd Immediately for tho nearest
rak-inu nnd aire the person cool
inkn uf water. Pour cold water upon
In-.iil and chest and wrists until
Hni-Ioiisness returns. Apply Ico to
hold and rub tho body with It but
! the xkln Is cold use warm water In
en 'I When practicable, tho patient
hottlil !e put In a bath of 70 degrees
in minco tho temperature. If tho
kin I hot and dry, tho'pntlcnt may 1
ami in a sitting position ncalnst a
ei or wall or anything that will bo a
Rll: I to the back. Keep a cold cloth
i iu uvntl nnd pour cold water on It.
wt'll ns on the body.
1 llunr to Itellete Karaehe.
pin i" nit- uiicrry pus, wnsn in clear
ftii'i' ml dry In the sun. When qultu
ir . is.t luto chintz or cheesecloth bngs
tail lay aside ngalnst a dny of need,
.wlii'ii tlmt time comes lieut exceeding
tf l:ul III the oven aud npply to the
ffi.nul legion. The stones will not
Cl.v rotnln tho lient for n long time,
t bI"i forth nn aromatic odor much
ui.- i,,.ec(iblo than the majority of
i Himt to Make KnWomlnr.
(The following makes a brilliant and
rrlivalile kalsomlnc: Dissolve eight
unocv of commercial arbonate of so
3tan In Biintclcnt hot wnler (about half
pun i ami to tho solution, while still
beC a Id one inmrt of IIukwiI nil nml '
Mponl.'v by heating and agitation. Put
U oiii'ccs of white gluu In a vessel,
wrer with cold water and let stand
WW u'glit. lu tho morning pour off
tk rexlilual water, then set the vessel
to a not of water nnd bent until tlio
Sloe Is dissolved. Add the saponified i
Ml. mil thoroughly by agitation, then
MMU' from the fire and stir In ten
founds of Spanish whiting, adding a
Otttonl a tlmo and under constant stir-
IttM. ntld nddlnir lint u-ntnr tnnt nnlio
tMOteg. Iiowevcr, as a boiling temper-
ui-siroys tuo tenacity of the glue)
nine 10 time ns the mlxturo
I thick. Flnnllr mid miflfolnnt i,n
water, until a liquid that Bows freely
the brush Is obtained. The addl-
1 f a little liquid wash bluing adds
my 10 mo wmto or tho wash.
HYGIENE AND BEAUTY.
Benakak Bi.rclM and twa Batata a
Horaobook exerolse poasesses, aooordlng
to some phyttoUns, the faculty of both In
oreaalna and reducing weight This la an
apparent contradlatldn, but U explained
by the dlffereno. of tho time at whloh the
riding Is done. If meals are taken imme
diately after riding, additional flesh U
trained, bat If a apace of an hour and a
half Is allowed to Intervene between the
ride and the meal a docreaas of flesh re
sults. Sea bathing Is beneflotal to all persons
who experience a reaction after it, but
light exerolse Just bofore and Immediately
after the bath Is always advisable. Amor
lean women are so subject to nerve strain
and unequal circulation that sea bathing
Is peculiarly desirable for them, as It ai-
' IO Mend White Poriwlala.
I to n rood thirl; inttnllnr-u nun.
arable suilklent plaster of parts to
make n thick cream and apply It with
a brush to both edges of the object to
fee mended. Join the pieces nnd bind
them leather. Yon will have a Joint
taat will. If neatly dune, almost defy
etetectloii anil which will be both lire
and walt-i proof In the bargain.
Hoot tn !Jri!.t. l'lii-ntilr lutliliiK.
Infuse l.!iT n stick of vanilla lu nix
quarts ur new milk for SO minutes.
Mix to-i tlior In si xtewpnn roiir oiuiee.s
of butt, ! the mine quantity of Hue
flour, i tumee and n luilf of i-lv Hutir
and n- inch sugar ns Imtter. Pour
over Pi's the dawned milk, nnd mlr it
all 01 . I lie Hie until It liolls: thmi
turn I; tu a larw acute urilk n.in nml
J work Into II Have mw yolks
niiil. after lieatlng this nil for
I'llllUtes. t.tll It Into the well
whites of ei-gs mixed with a
of Real Estate, Situ
ate In Honolulu, Isl-
and of Oahu.
fonts a stimulus and Is nt tho same tlm
soothing. Worry nnd norvousnoss arc sure
enemies to beauty, and anything which
lessons them Is highly dcslrablo If only ns
a moans of rotnlnlng youthf ulncss of ap
pearance and expression.
Brides do not hold tho bridal bouquet In
tho hand during tho ceremony. That It
held by tho bridesmaid, tho brldo retain,
lng the prayer book only. Tho handkor
ohlof Is carried In tho pocket.
The Illustration given today shows a
houso gown of sablo utamlno mado o it n
turquoise silk lining. Thosklrilsadoruud
with two bands ot renaissance guipure
outlining a redlngoto. Tho full boillce W
cut nwny over a full gulmpo and phiktmu
of turquolsocrepoiloclilnaiind Is trltimit it
with runnt'Rnnco giilpura Tho tlglit
shsnes hno a tiny puff at tho top unit 11
sinnll full nip of guipuro. Tho licit Is of
deep turqiiotho olct. tlio collar of tur
quolko crepo do nlilna
Pursuant to an order made by Honorable
W. L. Stanley, Second Judge of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
filed the 27th day of September, A. D.
1809, In a cause entitled Rose K. Anahu,
Hliam Anahu, William Anahu, Rose Ana
hu and Maggie Anahu, by Rose K. Anahu,
her guardian, against Mary Kamlkl, De
borah Pahau, Alex. K. Pahau, Richard
Mahl Pahau, Miriam Amalu and S. K.
Kane, the undersigned as Commissioner
duly appointed will expose for sale at
public auction, subject to confirmation by
On Saturday, Oct. 14th, 1899,
! at 12 o'clock, noon, at the mauka entrance
to the Judiciary Building, all that piece or
parcel of land situate on the m luka side of
Printer's Lane, In the city of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, the same being more fully
described In a certain deed of partition
' made by and between Llena and Mary K.
Pahau et al., recorded In the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances In Liber 75i
, Pae 34), bounded as follows:
Beginning at a point at the makal side
f the lot known as Pacific Institute lot,
168 feet from Punchbowl street and run
' 1. S. 720 45' W., true 115 5-10 feet along
Godfrey Brown's lot j
2. S. 220 45' E., true 05 feet along 'ane ;
3. N. 670 15VE , true 125 8-10 feet along
portion assigned to Llena;
A. N. 300 oo' W", true 84 feet along the
Institute lot to Initial point, containing an
area of 106G0 square feet ; being a portion
of the land described In L. C. A. 280C,
Royal Patent 3698.
Terms of sale are cash In U. S. Gold.
Deed at expense of the purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
1338 Commissioner. v
E. W. JORDAN'S
Is ONE of the many good features of-the
"Oliver" Type -writer.
.FOR SALE AT..
7 or -
cup of 1 r.islit'd plui'iipplf liiive iv.nlv
a pi: 'i mold llm-d with linttrn.l
papi'i .inmiiKMiti'tl nil ovit with little
round nf plm-applo and halved c-lii-r
rles. I'uiir the inlNtuiv vory cuntly Into
this r ! strnm Tor sri minutes. Turn
out, 1 iovIiik the pnpur. nml serve
with 11 ilc-h custni-il l!.i wired with the
Blnip ,' iCMH'll iilnciipple.
IIo 10 tliil. Ciirriint Ntiriih.
Boll 11 pint or uiiriillit Jlllee nml n
pound 1 r ji-ifiitiliiteil suRiir In 1111 enain
eletl F.i .tepnu for six minutes; roiuovo
from the Htovo nnd stir coiiHtnntly till
quite i-iiiil; wheu cold, bottle It To
prep.i e It ns n lieverctse. till niis
with i 'lipped lee. put In two tenspoon
fuls of lUe slimli mid till with eold wn
How to Sortcn Wnti-r.
When hoH witter ennuot lie olitnlned,
fulle: .i em Hi or out meal will lie found
valun le I- 1 ins hard water soft,
For 1, . , .mis n tepid bnui
bath Mi . 11 n eold hIiihwt one.
Tho 1 HI liu ol the wnly particles of
tho I ti demises the skill, while the
glute 11 It softenx nml Mtnnuiheno
the 1. 'si.es The frletiuii in, ul un
bran. .lis the c-IiuiiUiiuii to the Mir
face, t ne 11 peek of eoinuioti liran to a
tub or ..iii-iii water Outmenl Is even
bettei li eiiiiialiis n mutill iiniouiit
of oil. ' 'i Is ;-fl for the skin
l.-ci id ('nn. (.'ronit.
QIti- hair a tcnspooiiful of pure olive
ollevi,. ten minutes, nnd well ruh the
chest r id windpipe and between the
should ih with wnrui oil, laying on
both Ltii-U and chest a Rood sized piece
of new i'annel sonkisl In warm oil.
Mow to l"r, Mi llrnlna.
aTli'..' denned the brnln. boll It very
fast (In older to hanleii Id In well sea
soned '"ivy nnd set li iiHlde to get eold.
Cut It into slices, nml dip eiu-li piece III
Kg and lirend cniiulm well hensuiieil
with dried powderejl parsley, pepper
and anil. Pry In 11 little butter until
brown. The kiiivj- IiimIiii; become cold.
'-QMvr the fat. nnd hull the lliiild m ,1
yaa without 11 lid until the gravy Is iv
dtMfd to 11 small quuutlty. Pour round
the trains and serve.
.! a Close Observer,
"It seems nlmont InrrpiHhln." anM
the rntlranil man, "bnt I saw a mnn ' Xfa 1 1 INIifhfilGiTri G
the other day that conldn't Rlvo nn In-1 Ty "" l lt'"",2 "
telllKent deecriptlon of his wlfo. Ho ' U2
camo to the ofllco t) get transportation '
for her, to which ho wns entitled, nnd
nnrter 11-r present rules we mnst havo a I
le.-riptloji of tlib pprspn that la going '
tK Hi) tho trnnnportaiiou.
On tho tuiirgln of tlio ticket nro
rlnilH W'hprn tliM rinmif rnn Tintinli nnl '
s very good description of tlio person
tint U entitled to ueo tho ticket in
hi' ; . tkiuii.
1 iiukcii lliu IIIHII nroi uow oiu ins 1 iiJ 'i.Vi'diiiSHiHift
iviiu wua. tie co 11 ui not ten within live
yenrs. - I Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
"Next I n&ked ldm how tall slio was. l-.. 1 m . o r. .
The best I could ascertain wns that she lGrow,nK Pjnts- SPr, Bouquets and
was not very tall, neither was she very ! Funeral and Vedding Floral Designs sup-
Liitiri. 1 1 11 pi (nr r in wnr Mnni nnm-
Hid let It go ut tlmt.
"Next I asked tho mnn whnt tho col-
PIIKE & CO.,
vc of his wifo's eyes was. IIo studied
for h full half minute and said bo ho
tlnrneil If ho wns snro whether they
were light Id no or gray.
"When it ciimu tb tlio color of the
woinnn's hair, ho was ngaln In a quan
dary He wns not deml snro whether it
wns dnrlt brown or black.
"The only thing this husband was
nnro of was that hia wife was slim."
piled on short notice.
Office, comer Fort street and Chaplair
Line, oppos" he Catholic Mission
lliMik'o l.nrilly Tip.
It required eucli n man as Theodoro
Hook to copt successfully with the ra
pneity nf the gentlemen of tho hall, in
contradistinction to tlio rnnd, and on
ono occasion, at nil events, he proved
himself eitnnl to tho task.
It is related thnt onco when dining
ont he, befort) tho entertainment camo
off, provided himself with several bright
fnrtliiiigs from the mint nnd that when
proceeding after tho festivities to' his
carringo ho discovered several servants,
including the cook awaiting him In
tho hull, ho forthwith slipped n coin
into the hnnd of tho latter, Tho mnn
glanced at it. noticed tho size and
bowed low In thanks, under the impres
sion that ho was a sovereign rjcher,
while Theodoro, dispensing lnrgesse of
n like nntnre to the other servants,
went on hlij way rejoicing, nor did he
cense doing so whin, ns ho stepped into
his carriage, one of the footmen, who
had discovered tlio real vnlno of tub
ponrboiro, rnn out, snying, "Sir, I
think you have inndo a mistake!"
"Not ntjill. my good mnn;" replied
tho hnmorint, with 11 graClfaiiH wnvo of
tho hnnd. "I never nlve lew. Conch
inun, drive on.'
C-iub Stables, Ltd
518 POUT STIlREr.
Livery, Boarding & Sale Stable
Stable Telephone 477.
HACK STAND Telephones 319
O. H. BELLINA
Wain 111 a Agricultural Co..
The fifth assessment of 10 per cent
( jz - hit on the assessable stock
' ..c Walalua Ag:..ui'.ura. 71'.., ' d., Is
due and payable btjtnter 15th, i8c, at
the office of Castle & Cooke, Ltd. Ten
percent ($10,00 per share) additional Is
due and, payable November 15th, 1899,
and every two monUis thereafter up to
and Including May 15th, 1900. .'
W. A. BOWEN,
Treas. Valalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
New Euglaud bakery & Candy
Co.. Hott'l htroot iDHiiufacturo a
fino line ot bread, pastry, wed
d'ng oakea, ice crenuir, wierbcta
tud candies finest iu tbo city
tntl priora vpry low. Telephone
71. J. OttWAU) lifCTED, Mhna-
Is Replete with Latest Designs in
Stamping, Drawn Work
GEia&MsiiaiaiBieMBiaiBiBas saraiajasisreEraHaEEJBfsaaiaaaiai mmamimmmj&mem
-FULL': LINES OF.
Washable Embroidery, Silks, Stamped
Linens, Cushion Tops, etc.,
ALWAYS IN STOCK.
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No. 10 Fort St., Up Stairs.
WITH THE' CITY FDBNITDRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
"of the latest and best undertaking goods
; and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building. I
l I CLEKIIUHC OIO. HIUIl I DCL.L. UIN UUUK.
q Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call, 849.
T Ott Vtlt at Sammy., X,adroB
Idaadi. Ct lu 1680.
wJjcttl Um tnuitnti. kn
'. k N,,T Hoo In tli Liitrnt Jo'nadi.
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