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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 14, 1899.
BEFORE IT IS TOO LATE !
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Did you et your share of Shoes, at prices less than cost ? If not do so before it is too late.
OUR RETIRING SALE WILL SOON BE A THING OF THE FAST !
When it is, you will regret not having taken advantage of the same. You get more than your
money's worth in Shoes. Remember, it is the same in Men's, Women's and Children's Goods-
CASH ONLY-BOOKS CLOSED.
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Dan L)kan Writes of Amuscmants of
the Middle West.
Omafca Tamed Out la Force to Ylslt Hastings
Coed Natured Crowds and Their
Omtihii, Nob., .Sept. 29, 1800.
How ihiu Great West enjoys itself
over its immonso harvests homo
ib manifest theeu days in scores
of largo and email towns. Carn
ivals and street fairs afford the
leading staple of loot! nowsin the
papers. Last Saturday I had ex
perinco of a good one in the
street fair line, by joining an ex
cursion of a thousand people from
OmaLa to Hastings. Tho party
was organized by the Knights of
Ak-Snr Bon and the Commercial
Club of Omaha. It Gllod two trains
of nine coaches each. Tho excur
sion loft at 7:20 a. in. by the Bur
lington rontc, and was home
again by the Elkhoru routo at a
quarter to ono o'clock Sunday
On the outward trip hundreds
of tho knichts bought pasteboard
horn, soma of which wore tooting
1VK uvury luiuuiu in iuu journey 01
Mff nearly two uanurou miles. The
KfEi Omaha party on arrival formod in
m- procession with two bands, mar
ching through tho business strode
to a largo tout. All along the way
tho sidewalks wore crowded with
tho pooplo of Hastings and the
county for a hundred miles sur
rounding the oity. What with the
born and a special yoll by tho
Omaha high school football team,
tin p:ople receiving tho visitation
th, couiu got out s.igut impressions
of what tho binds were playing.
"A hot time in the old town" was
of courso ono pieco. This recalls
a stroke of humor perpetrated in
one of his concert programs by
Hermaun Gollstcdt, leador of the
Cincinnati band bearing bis name
now engaged at tho Grantor
American Exposition. One
number was designated as
the "Tune that Noro fiddled whon
Komowas burning." How the
audiencn roared whou it fouud the
tuno was "A hot titnol"
After the specoheB of rocoptiou
and rply -very clover ones had
been ninuo 111 the tout, the visitors
wont to swoll tho crowds ao:ong
booths 1 n g both si.tos of tin
principal biidinesj streots Tar
Omaha ladies w.ro marshal! by
their naitiags sisters and con
ducted to tho E ks olub h.uao for
BbjuUh sale and refreshment
booths, aonio of privato owuer
and others for churches and
cuaritii'8, Including Hawaiian and
Puilippiuo villagos from tho
Ouiuha exposition. Tho best part
of tho Hawaiian troupe had boon
at the fair several days, doing a
much hotter business thai at their
exposition haadquartors. John
"Wilsou of Honolulu and T. H.
Benton of OmaLa woro in charge.
What was by far tho most inter
esting feature of tho festival to an
outsider was tho innocont and
goo'l-natnred abaudon'of young
nod old aroicht tho multitude.
Ale-' p.r Ben horns and hundreds
"f bhvFor cquoakr.'s m tdo the
hfitu'l of apopch and laughtor
comically hideous. High ovei all
tho exquisite confusion of popular
(uorrs-iunkidg sounds, the howln
iuu shrieks ot tho show spieler
aioso in tlu blistering air for it
was a vory warm day, etrikinc in
contrast with today at Omahn,
when i have had to retreat flora
tho exposition to an uptown hotol
iui u wttiui placo to write in
Then the recklessness of pn-ct
ical joking and horseplay that
wore continually practised. One
device was a ball attached to au
elastic cord, with which peoplo
weio Hit as tiioy walked along
Extonslblo mustaches of pttste
board were a puff of breath
shot into tho faoes of passo-sby
on oitner sine o a portormoi.
Girls and boys often pretty old
ones would blow horuB in the
ears ot total strangers to them.
Again ono would bo swatted in
the eyes with a handful of grain
or meal, or got it in tho lugs or
bask of tbo neck. Well dressed
women and children gaily danced
the cake walk in the middle of the
street whence tho band music in
Toward the closo of tho after
noon, or just before and after
supper, a large gang of Ak Sar
Ben knichts liued tbo sidewalk
in front of the Bostwick hotel and
began a systematic gamo of hust
ling. A lady would be snatched
from tho arm of her escort, bustlod
in midst of a ring of men from
side to sido and, boforo boing re
leased from her captors, recoive
showers of grain in hor hair and
clothing. Thon she would be
gontly brushed off with whisk
brooms, for which servico a fee of
hulf a dollar was domandod of her
dumfounded cavalier. Thinking
myself away out in tbo margin of
safety I was rubbering d wn tl 0
turbulent aisle, whon suddonly I
was grasped on oither band by a
couplo of athletes. The gang clos
ed in upon mo, my bat was
snatched off, and, while being
hurled back and forth athwart the
path, busy bands rubbed about a
pint of wboat into my scanty
to ks. Thon I was laughingly let
go with a cherry, "Here's your
hat, colouol." What I folt most
was tho ontiro absence of rough
uess in handling, although the on
lookor would think tho viotim was
being shamefully maltreated.
However, an hour afterward an it
ching sensation in tho oyo cavity
only found rolief by the extraction
of a giaiu of wheat from buoath
tho unuor oyolid.
A really gorgeous floral parade,
with girU and comical ohaiacters
riding in tho docoratod veh'cles
nd on horseback, took place in
There has recently been dis
covered a process of printing
ordinary photos in gold and
silver by which the most beau
tiful effects are produced. Mr.
W, Y. Itow while in Japan,
expended considerable time
and money in learning the
process, with the result that he
is now able to give to the peo
ple of the Islands the benefit of
his. study. Samples on view
at King Bros. Art Store, 1 10
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The campaign against Aguinaldo
is described in On To Manila.
"BEST" CLEANING MIXTURE.
Ilmr In Muho llnlil Tlint Ilcstoren Clotli
to J In I'rUtlno Color hik! I"rtrilmci.
"Brat" Is tho imino given to n clean
ln llmd tlint should bo lu tbo posses
sion of ovcry housowlfo, bo huo wlfo nuil
mother or only mint or housekeeper
Tho proportions nro.
lour or.ncca niconoi, lour ounces
other, eight ounces nmmonln.
Let your druggist mis this for you
nntl nocr tnko it mar 11 Arc. Nc.t lake
11 half pound of host castilu soap, cut
up, add n pint of hot water and din
fiohe. Then add n gallon of water and
boil. Put into a demijohn with a very
tight cork and add when cold n pint of
tlio "Host" mixture, slmlco tlicm to
getlier mid you li.no tlio most cfllcaclous
denning lluid tlint can bo mixed. It re
moves grcaso, stains (oxcept when the
color in already dcstioycd) and itsoflcua
Fill a wahhtub with warm water
about four inches deep (not hot water),
add to that about n tencupful of your
"Best" niixturoaud then throw in your
cloth, foa or fivo breadths, niulwntu by
srfucczlug tho water through tho fnbriu;
do not rub. Tbo suda will bo very thick
and tho nioro tho cleaning water Is forc
ed through tho meshes of tho goods the
From this tub toko each pieco and
rhino lu clear water of tho miuo tern
pornturo iih that at first used. This keopt
tho material from becoming hnrsli.
Rlnso until tho water is not discolored,
mid then, if tho goods bo black, throw
into a pan of bluo water so dark that it
is nearly black itsolf. Tnko out, fold in
regular way and put through a wringer ;
do not twist. Then lmug in tho shade,
but in tho open air, if possiblo, to dry.
Next conies tho pressing. If tho ma
terial is black, it bhould bo ironed upon
a black ironing sheet always; if whito
is used, nil your troublo is for nothing,
as tho lint will enter into it and nover
conio entirely out
In nil caeca whero cloth is used tho
pieces beforo marked in pairs should bo
laid right to right sido nnd pressed to
gether slowly with hunvy irons not hot
enough to Icavo any mark cither of yol
low or of tho Kbapoof tho iron upon the
ironing sheet. A very hot iron kills
tho life of a wool matoriul and also de
stroys tho iiawxiinp effoct that is pro
duced hy ironing two pieces facotofaco,
as beforo suggestod. Tho pressing of
tho cloth is as important ns any part of
tlio work. Do tho ironing upon a bioad
tablo top, so that tho pieces need not be
ironed until finished, and then lay thorn,
still together, bomuwhoro whero tboy
may lio smooth until absolutely stone
Ah for tho lining, wash it in tho wa
ter used for tho stuff and press. If tho
material washed is of a light color, it
is best to do only ono pieco at n Unit
and not allow it to soak. Tho washing
water must bo changed as boon as dis
colored bo that lor coonomy ,cry little
water should bo put in tho tub at a
timo. Remember that tho whole fiber
of n fabrio is dyed by tho water in
which it is washed or lim-cd, and if
light gray is to bo washed, or white, tho
water must ho absolutely pure. A little
of tho mixture 011 a spongy will clean
spots from coat or waist.
That Is All lie Did.
Thin gentleman announced that he
would sing that beautiful ballad entitled
"In Old Modrld." Now Yoilc World
KiIInoii'm HxlilliH at I'nrl.
Mr, Udlsou has consented to maUo a
special exhibit of bis electileal Inven
tions at tho I'arls exposition next year.
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A. E. MURPHY &
HARTTORD IK COMMIIIIO.V.
Yallejo, Oct. 2. Tho United
States steamer Ilnrtford, tho gnl
laut Farrngut's flagship in tho
battle of Mobilo Bay, aftor under
going n cotnploto rehabilitation
nnd eomo extra toucbes.wna placed
in commission to day at 2 o'clock
Tho vobsoI hna boon Cited out
in tho finest mnunor of which tho
navy yaid forco is capable. No
oxpensn has been spared to nmko
tbo sacred relic n thing of bennty.
Brass nnd nickel pinto greet I he
the oyo every whero on dock, while
her cabins nre of to! id mahogany.
Tho pointer forco of the ynrd has
boon working ovortimo on her for
two woeke patting on finishing
touches. Her crow is composed
of picked men enlistod in the
Central States and bor detail of
oflicers has been mndo with tho
same care. Tho present intention
of the department is to send her
on a cruiso around tbo world so
arranged that sbo will be present
at the World's Fair in Paris.
Good Ncwi for Your Itendert.
Who have sorofnla taints in
thoir blood, and who has not ?
Scrofula in all its forms is cured
by Hood's Sarsaparilla which
thnrnnnlilv rmrifipn tlio lilnnd
This diseaso, which frequently ap
pears in cbildron is groatly to bo
dreadod. It is most hkoly to affeot
the glands of neok, which become
enlarged, eruptions appear on the
hnnd nnd fnen. nnd thn nvaa nr
frequently affected. Upon its first
appoarance, pernaps in sligut
eruptions or pimples, scrofula
should be entirely eradicated from
the system by a thorough course
of Hood's bareuparilla to prevent
all tho painful and sickening con
fleoaencea of running anrnfnln
sores whioh drain the eyetorn, sap
the strength and make existence
Mny a RIother'i Wlli,
Many a mothor of a peevish,
rnstloes sickly child has wished
that her littlo one was as strong
and rugged as au Indian babe.
Such mothers can mako thoir chil
dren strong and well, if they rid
tho ouilu'8 system of wormB.whioh
cause nine-tenths of children's
troubles. iKicknpoo Indian Worm
liillor will (Jo it. Dor contunos
ho Indians used it to mako their
babies rugged, powerful, fearless.
What it lias clone for tbo child of
tbo forest it will do for tho child
of tho civilized ouro. That is
what it has beou doing for yenrs.
You can got it of your druggist
for 20 cents. Bo snro to get the
gonuiue. Tbo child' lifo is too
piooioiis to trifle with worthless
Hobron Drug Co, Ajjento for
the Kiokapoo Indian llomedicB.
It' r 7 iRi 7i KK. !' Cfi iUi
THIS COUPON, gS
And 25 Cents,
GOOD FOR ONE COPY
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Portraits of yourself or
dear ones, beautifully enlarged in
Frames to order.
All at 'Frisco prices.
FOItT BTItEKT, NEAK OltPHKUM.
J. J. WILLIAMS'
LOOK AHEAD !
Don't delay givingyour orders for
till you get crowded out, but order
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and inspect our nailery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameha
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
In Action on
Mauna Loa !
DAVEY PHOTOGRAPHIC CO
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
Social Dance Every Saturday
Evening, at 8 o'clock,
At Independence Park,
Commencing Saturday, Sept. 30th.
Gentlemen 50 cts Ladles Free
Dancing Class every Wednesday, at
the same place and hour.
Terms : In class, 8 lessons for S3.00.
Private, 50 cents per lesson.
Last cars at 11:45 both ways.
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
INGLOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
Best Goods! Lowest Prices!
Warerooms, Merchant street.
IN SPECIAL DESIGNS
AND COLORS V
New Stock Just Opened.
Lewers & Cooke,
Latest styles. A large
invoice just received.
ilder I Co., Ltd.
B G-, BIA.KT,
404tf 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.
" Two bits" and a BULLETIN
coupon buys a copy of On To Manila.