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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 7, 135)9.
Hn.M Ohanged Elands
..Will be thoroughly renovated..
Meals at all hours, 25c
FORT STREET,! Ji 9.
.Just above Orpheum Theater.
CITY MILL COLtd.,
'Builders and Oontractors.
Queen and Kekaullke Sts.;
(Ewa tlil of Old Fish Market)
P. O. Box 951 - .Telephone 101
Bee 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. 1204
W. W. AHANA
323 Nuuanu St.
Fine Suitings In English, Scoloh and
American Goods made to order.
. Telephone f68. Postofflce box 986
JAPANESE SIGN PAINTER
And Paper Hunger.
138 Nuuanu Avenuo, Honolulu, H. I.
"Watchmakor and Jeweller.
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213K King street. 1277
OHIN SING CO,
106 Wort King Street
Contractors id fldta
Jobbing promptly attended to; also all
kinds of Furniture on hand. 12l6-6m
.. -r - - V . . VTNG-OHAW.
406 Nuuanu Street.
Chair of all kinds, Matting,
Cigars, Silk and Chinese1 Teas.
CHAIRS of all kinds, Matting,
Chinese Grass Linen In any color,
Funoy Clilnu Silk Handkerchiefs.
KWONO KING OHONG CO.,
Nuuanu above King st
mVi KB2 RE87AURAHT
AlaUi-u, between Moruhuut and King
A First Class Moal at All Hours,
J3. Luncheon Rooms for Lad let)
and (louts. Give us n trial.
(fiuccossor to C. Llnd),
33 estaiiT a,ra.t.
NiiUHim and Hotel strcots
Lato of ntelstroot,opposito Funthoon
V. Hotol. Fim-clus.1 moal 25o. 1270
Y. MAW SING-
U.c Dimimi1 Com Co.4 Cm, tn
" a ;Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo. Kim's.
Dresses Made To Order.
Dealer in Dry Goods, Grocer
Roots and Shoos, etc
Al quality L. A. Itlco for Halo.
No 4H0 Nuuuiui street, cor. Chaplain st.
" P. O. Box 1014. 1271
From 314 Nuuanu strent to larger prom
ises No. 310, nit tlu opposite sldo of the
v Nuuanu St.. nut Eachang Saloon,
Clothing, tc, mad to order.
All Suits guaranteed to Fit anil in the Latest Style.
No. 6 Nuuanu St, Mow Merchant, Hoootulu.
MERCHANT : TAILOR.
WSuItt guaranteed to bt and In latest style.
Clothing ian to order i Uniform a specialty.
Clothes cleaned and repaired at reasonable jatei.
Or do you want your
Stationery, and other
The questions are unnecessary.
JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
210 KINO STREET, HONOLULU, h! I.
We Out, 7
1-3 Off on
Musio .-.. ,
Can from now on be obtained
on tap or in bottles at the
Jim Dodd, Proprietor,
Kona Sugar Co., Ltd.
Notice is heieby given, that at a meet
Inn of the Board of Directors, held Sep
tember 30, i&)g, assessment No. 5 of 10
percent on the assessable stock of the Kona
Sugar Co., be called due October 1, 1809,
F. W. McCHESNEY,
September 30, 1899. ft 1340
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1 iHa'afflsfflBaWrliiW 11
Is any old thing:
enough for you?
You can get the best at the
ANEMIA, POORNESS OF BLNI
I UPIY ff, CQLWJJt,
by the Leading Fhreteaafl
nf all fniinlrlaai
Ota avM Conititatt,
Dtm seal tlltukm tk rata
Boost brings back
I f Btatk alaa .!! I .. i . ...
'f -V" BI4 kf ftil f l,n and linn.uii
wnoletalot t3, Kue I.tfayrtte, rABls.
THE HAWAII HERALI
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HlLO. Nt
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its c
Douglas White, 'War Correspondent.
Aullioi of "On to Manila."
W W W Wi T Wi fli .
r THIS COUPON. ?
tj And 25 Cents,
eg GOOD FOR ONE COPY
I'On to Manila,!
I By DOUGLASS WHITE,
jt "Eaamlntr" War Correspondent fjt
Complete pictorial history of mi
itirv .prailons in the Pacific Is
ffl amsaw 'aT rr-ti
Could Not Sleep
Suffer with Bytppl and Un
M t Hr Wrk-C)mpttly
Curd by Hooet's SarMiNirrHa.
"I laSarvd with dytpnuU u4 eould
ot ale My kind of hooMwork. I aj
Twr r?oa sod eomld mot !. I
heard w much bemt Rood's Samytrilla
tkt I boniht a bottltw 1 ton gar
IkdUknthmIwuemrd. I can now
d my kooMwotk and can alaap wall al
augaa." mabii Hin, 1710 FioapM,
Araaaa, Baltna, Montana.
"I hare found Bood'i Baraaparllla ex
eaUaat for bnlldlnf np and strengthening
the tyatam when It 1 In a ran down or
exhawtad condition." Mm. Baxah M.
8BOOK, Bed Lodge, Montana.
It you hare decided to take Bood'a Sac
aaparilla do not be Induced to bay any
other. Get Hood's and onlj Hood's.
II the Beat In factthH On Tni nimvl PnH.
ntr. BQUDrsll druggists, tl.ili forts.
I-f nnslto rMI. ' narmonloualr wltB
rlOOU S PUIS Uoodssanspanlla. J6c
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER .YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tbe money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Heaver Lunch Rooms,
H. J. flOLTE.
During June, July
ind August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
-End of Car Line
? Draught and Bottled Beer.
. WJnes of alt brands of the best quality.
S The. only licensed establishment In
the district. 1239
Persons wishing to obtain board at
Mnkawno, Maul, ran be accommodated
at MRS. H. B. BAILEY'S .
Torms, $10 por wonk.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Having thoroughly renovated the
and resumed Its original name.
I will be pleased to see my friends and
patrons as before.
H. A. JTJEN.
Telephone 589. 1287
Importers, and Wiioi.es alb
i'ffi iiiifl Lipr Beta.
Agents for th Bottled Rainier Beer of Seattle.
No. 10 Nuuanu Stiiket
Foster Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Boa iit. Mutual Telephone i8.
IOITSA.LVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AM
-' Qne'irt otreot. Honolnhi, fl, 1,
asoliHated Soda Water Co., W
.imer Allen A fon SU.. Hnnol'ilu,
HOLL.1STER & CO.,
Myrtle Soda Stand,
Maulta of the Orpheum Block.
Aerated drinks of every description.
Milk Shakes a specialty.
Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, etc. 1 260
at 10 cents
a Quart !
Delivered In any quantities to suit.
Leave your crdos at STAR DAIRY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
,. ' 1217
THE TALE OF A KITTEN.
Tli Straasr Tfctms? Taatt Hatsic4
Before) rotfcer Taaat Arrived.
There was once a little- girl who
painted a kitten on a board, and It was
so real that sh had hstrrfiy painted
the tip of Its tall, which, waa the last
of all, aa It ought 'to to, when
the kitten began to par. "Take
your little penknife that your papa
gave you at Chrlstmaa time and
cut me out of this board," whimpered
80 the little girl took her Christmas
penknife anil whittled and whittled
until her hands were blistered, and
still she did not seem to get ahead aa;.
The kitten waa Just as much a pris
oner as It had been before she began
to whittle. It cried pitifully.
Now, the pile of wltlttllngs grew
bigger and bigger, nnd tbe tears of the
wooden kitten, flowing steadily, made
them all swell. They swelled up so
that, beforo tnc little girl knew It,
the whlttllngs bad blocker! tip tli"
Tbp little girl wan crowded Into s
corner by the swelling pile of whit
tltng. Then, hardly knowing what
was best to do, she crawled Into tin
pantry nnd shut the door. Prett.
soon she hoard the kitten crying fo:
milk. There was milk enough In (lit
pantry, and the little girl could not
bear to think that the kitten sho Inn I
made was hungry. She opened the
pantry door a llttlo.
In ran tho kitten and the penknife
came cantering after. But tho little
girl was too quick for the naughty
knife. She shut the door, but not until
the knlfo had cut the poor kitten's tall
The kitten drank tho milk nnd ate
some meat, but still could not Ket out
of the board. Its tears swelled the
pantry door so that It could not lie
opened. Was the llttlo girl to tic .a
prisoner in tho pantry? No. Hear
tnat thumping nolso? Her pnpa In
breaking oown tbe door with nn ax to
let her outl
No; It Is not that Her brother Tom
Is pounding on her bedroom door,
telling her that It Is mornlng'nnd time
for her to stop dreaming. Uhnrlti
Betts In San Francisco Call.
1 laa't M londer ma'a tunnlneaa Btee
A Dtw tabr'a turn, a buret, I deaa.
I ain't a mite dlad I bates 'im, I aarl
t stlat ra dood Dod would tate Mm arar.
He'll borer all day, he'll 'tturb up rar dweema;
He's red as a lobter, loots twoaa eyed an atweems
We ain't dot do use for babies, I aa,
I wise re dood Dod would Ute 'Im araj.
I dess mr papa non't Ute Mm one mltc-I
UeMl tits me an tub tnf an liuil me up tltr.
Nurse u)s re rhll's put my ti'f-f out ( juinl.
Out 1 flnk'ltVyRo from tl.p to 10 pMrH.
t . ,
I's bin up to sco mr deir mamma taalsM;
60 tlssed me an lubbed me uu laid mi up tltr.
I dess we'll Icrp V-, babr, I W) .
I hope re dood DoJ won't tate Mm sinrl
Then tip Wll Mm,
A Scotch university prufescor, Irrltnt
cd to find thnt lilts Htmlcuta liml w
into tho.lmliit of placing their linla nni'
canes on his desk' iustend of in Hit
cloakroom, announced thnt the nest nr
ticlo of the kind plnccd there wonlil he
deatroyed. Somo days Inter tho profey
or was called for a moment from the
classroom. A stndent Hlippeil into Ills
privgto ronn nnd einerKcd with thp
professor's lint, which he placed coif
splcnouBly on the desk, whilo his'fcl
lows grinned nnd trembled,
Tho professor, on returning, buw tin
hot, thought somo raelily cbatinnto Htn
dent had been dclivored Into his ImniH
nnd, taking ont his knife, ho cnt the
offending nrticlo to plocex, while vnluly
attempting to concenl the smile of tri
umph Unit played nbont his counte
nance Ho was In n very bad temper
the next day.
Trs-lnit on jtlioeu.
Ouo would hardly believe thero are
special times and xcusons for trying
on now shoes, but so It Is. Larger hIioos
are required In smuttier limit In the
winter, nnd It Is nhvajH best to try
tliein on lu the latter part of the day.
Iho feet nre then 11 1 the maximum
size. Actlylty naturally enlarges thorn
or makes them swell. Much stnudlng
tends to enlarge tho feet. Now shoes
should be tried on over moderately
thick stockings, then you can put 011 11
thinner pair to ease your feet If thp
shoes seem to be tight Exchnngo.
"Sotno of those postofflco people art
very clever They can rend illegible
writing und deliver letters when the
address is worse than a Chinese puzzle. '
"Yes, but they can't help ont tint
man who forgets to mall his wife's let
ters." -Brooklyn Llfo.
Tin- Hope of the I'litiirc.
There is no other educational insti
tution equal to a well regnlated homo.
A fm Which the AruaSmt- Msesr
One of tho newest photographic fasda
of this photogrnphlc ajgo Is-the maklnc
of 'two portraits of otsaMte on one plae
simultaneously. Thss, you will May,
declnres the New York Journal, Is done
with the aid of a. menror. True toast
What aro known aa "mirror ptr
tnrcs" aro commoa enough, but, strict
ly speaking, these dsot consist of twe
distinct portraits, oat the same petaeca.
hut of one portrait nnd ono reflection,
In (he mirror. Mr. Rudolph Wllhelm,
n u-ll known nrtlst photogrnphcr of
New York city, has greatly Improved
upou the ordlunry method of making
minor pictures nnd, by an Ingenious
vvtiy of using his apparatus and ar
ranging bis accessories, has produced
b" charming portrait shown herewith,
lie asserts thnt In his pictures neither
fnee Is n reflection of tho other, but
thnt each Is a true portrait of tho per
cent sitting; furthermore, ho snys thnt
Ihe portraits were made Instantaneous
ly nnd that tly ono plate wns used.
lu place of the ordinary mirror a
fi-nmeleHS, one must be used, nnd n con
venient size will Im? found to be ono
wlajf-e dimensions are nbout 21 by 20
Inches. The glass Is placed upright
ami llrmly held between the tongs of
nu ordinary photographer's stand. Tho
exact position of tho stand nnd mirror
must, of taiursc, be determined lu each
case by the nrtlst himself,
A great, deal depends upon the kind
of lenses used, and to achieve the
greatest possible success what nre
known as wide angle rectilinear lenses
are recommended. Another Important
thing Is to linvo tho background and all
other exposed objects as nearly alike
lu color and tcxturo as possible. A
glauec at tho pictures will show the
Importance of this precaution. No par)
of the mirror Is In sight nor Is thore to
be seen tho faintest outline of nny of
the accessories used by the artist lu
making these doublo portraits. Tho
pictures aro certainly Interesting, and
tho work has been very cleverly done.
Tltero nro only four almplo taste sen
sationsnamely, sweet bitter, sour
and salt ' It Is said by somo that there
nro only two, sweet nnd bitter. All
other sensations which nre commonly
called tnstos aro complex results of
fV'iiFntlons of smell, touch, tempera
lure and sight. The menus by which
we distinguish almost nil of our com
mon food nnd drinks Is not the senso
f table so much ns It Is the sense of
iik'I, touch, tcmperatuie nnd sight.
All ttio line dln'oioiices by which wo
dlhtliigiilHh the MitloiiH fruits, meat
mill di-Uiks depend not upon taste nt;
ill, hut upou these other Houses. A
i-.Dof of tt.ese facts mny be given by
neic'y blindfolding the eyes a nil clos
1 1 tho nose nnd taking various kinds
..f foods nnd drinks Into the mouth
without swallowing them. It will then
' e found tl:-it It Is quite Impossible to
llulngutsli many of the commonest
lottds und drlukx. It is of course gen
oiiilly laiown thnt what Is popularly
Mistaken for the tnste of eolTee, ten ,
iud wine Is only their nronin. Ulncln-'
I'nper Until Itnlii-a.
Tin? latest use for paper, according
to n Cicrmuu technical paper. Is for tho
production of bath robes. The inn
terlal used for this purpose Is some
what thick nnd resemble common
bUittlng p.iper. The bath robes made
of this mtiteilal cllug to the body Im
mediately after being, put oil. nnd ns
the paper takes up tho moisture very
engeily tuo drying of the body tnkes
plaee lapldly, rui-thei-more, the pa
per Is n bad conductor of lie.tt. nnd ns
such It nets ns n protection against
quick changes of the tcmperatuie. pie
veutlng the wearer from cntehlng cold.
.Slippers nnd hoods ate also made of
tho snmo 111aterl.il. The Paper Mill.
Striimliiint on the Jontnti.
The progress of civilization lias nt
last reached the Jordan, nnd u steam
boat churns the water In which -lohn
bnptlzed. The Abbot PnclioinliiH of tho
monastery of St. John, at .lerlcho,
mndo the first attempt at steam navi
gation with 11 diminutive launch nbout
three yours ngo. Tho experiment wns
so successful that n small steamer was
purchased n year later and taken to
tho Jordan. This boat, tho 1'rodomua,
now maintains a regulnr passenger
service between tho bridge ucnr Jer
icho aud the southern end of the Dead
sea, and Is well patronized by the
tourists and pilgrims. Omaha World
Herald. . Fornlluic t'ollah.
Take one-halt pint of alcohol, uur
hnlt nuncc of loalo, r. -tinlf nance gum
tlu'll.tc. a few drops of aniline blown, let
It stand over night, nn., ndu tbrcc-ipuir-1
tors of a pint of raw Unwed oil and oii--
tulf pint nf sptilts of tutpeutlue: shake
I well before mini;. Apply with rnttna.
, Unm.il, and tub dry nlth another cloth.