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OOTOBEK 14, 1899.
'jjj' . THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, ffejiL,
li We Know
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jobs arriving and departing from the
PIONEER REPAIR SHOP OF HONOLULU.&f
REPAIRS has been the main business of Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery, but in the last year
quite a number of New Bicycles have been sold ; and in the future bicycles for sale
In great variety will be a main feature. And together with a large stock of Tires,
Pedals, Lamps, and Bicycle Sundries, in a store at last large enough to allow of their proper
display, it is hoped that a much larger business in every way will result.
" Satlelaeta3i Gkuii;ftilte,& n has been the motto in the past (and how hard
it is to satisfy some people no one but a bicycle man knows) and it shall still be the aim of
the management to do the fair thing every time.
Specialties handled :
Stearns Bicycles, :: Manson 3Crown Bicycles,
Milwaukee Puncture-proof Tires.
Morgan & Wright Tires, DIRECT.
Bailey's Bicycle Oil.
Bailey's Self-sealing Tire Fluid.
Bailey's Carbide, specially packed for gas lamps, in lib and 2lb tins.
And Repairing still the main business at
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
229 and 231 KING STREET.
Where Bicycles Have Been Repaired Evety Working Day for Nine Years.
In OancontratcU Drop
iuc uni Mcaicwo lot
ANEMIA, P00RNE88 OF BLflO!
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"it 1 niirm'ItOMtlPreifrlhM
bjf tho Leading FhTtlcltn
of all Countries.
11 it tuilhir Tittt nor SmtS
Doit not CoiulltaU.
Dott not UlatUn Ihs Tttti
Soon bring! back
I Ot Ihl Win.. .tl.tM Htl nlkii Inltill.B. . k.
Kwalk. Al1 fa-1.1 h. M . - .T7i .. ". v?
Wholeula t ISO. una Lafiyette, Pm.
THE HAWAII HERALD
PUBLISHED IN HILO.
Is a pretty
good paper for
S2.50 per an
who use its ca
Dooglns White, War Corresponfient.
Author of "On to Manila."
Complete pictorial history of mi
litary v?rniions in the Pacific is
given 'n On To iVmulIa.
Now England Bakery & Cnndy
Co., Hotol stroot manufacture a
Cno lino of bread, pastry, wed
ding cakoo, ice creams, sherbets
and candies finest iu tho oity
nnd prices very low. Telephone
74. J. Oswald Lotted, Mana
( ffF A
WING TO INCREASED BUSINESS, especially in the Repair Department,
I have had to rent the adjoining store, and shall have increased facilities
for the dispatch of Bicycle Repairing.
The show room for bicycles is increased to double its former size,
and the STEARNS and AANSON beauties will have a chance to display
their charms, and not be hemmed in on every side by the scores of repair
Telephone 398. g P. O.
a n 1
Or do you want your
Stationery, and other
The questions are unnecessary. You can get the best at the
flip JOB PRINTING HOUSE.
210 KING STREET,
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HONOLULU, H. I.
in To-day's BulletiaSg
4': jn.i,ati,t ,jatLafl..awJj' z.
Viso men uso tho cxpcrlcnco of others
and mako It their own.
Tboso who havo taken Hood's Sarsa'pn
rtlla tiro tlio ones who aro competent to
speak of Its merits.
Tho testimonial!) of cures by Hood's
constltuto a vast mass of testimony which
proves tho power of this modlclno to euro
a great variety of diseases.
These, cures often seem marvelous, yet
they nro perfectly natural and aro easily
explained. They aro tho necessary result
of purifying and enriching tho blood.
"I havo been troubled with scrofula all
my life, and It effected my cyos:so that I
was obliged to remain In a dark room. I
began taking Hood's Barsaparllla. Now
my eyes aro so strong that tho light never
troubles me, and my health Is good."
Mrs. Cahmk Weeks, Lompoc, Cnl.
Is tho Ono Truo Blood 1'urlflcr. Prlco $1.
Hnnri'; Plllc casytofikccasytobuy,
iiuuu & fills easy to operate 25c.
Hotels and Restaurants.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo had for tho inonoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
During June, July
and August, the above rate for
Board and Lodging per month will
prevail at the
Ocean View Saloon,
:: End of Car Line
t OTTMAN, Proprietor.
Draught nnd Bottled Itoor.
Wlnos of nil brnndH of tho bost quality.
Tho only licensed oslnbllhmout In
tho district. 1239
Persons wlshlnt; to obtain board nt
Makauno, Maul, can bo rccommodatod
ntMItS. II. 11. ILULHY'S,
Torms. S10 norwook.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Having thoroughly renovated the
and resumed Its original name,
1 will be pleased to see my friends and
patrons as before.
H. A. JUEN.
Telephone 5S9. 1 287
iMrORTIiBB, AND WnOLUBALB
Wine anil Liwr Dealers.
Ajen( for lh Bottle 1 Rainier Deer of Seattle.
No. 19 Nuuanu STnEirr
Foiter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
P. O. Poi 1 )? Mututl Telephone )o8.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GRO0EK8 A1SL'
225 Queen street, Honolnln, H, I,
onsoliflatefl Sola Water Co., H
rnor Allen & Fort SU., Honolulu.
HOUMSTER A CO.,
at 10 cents
Dollvorod ln any qnantltlos to suit.
Ixavo your ordora at STAIt DAIKY,
This over popular Hainier beoi
io boeoming n honsohold word
and "will you havo n glass of
Seattlo" is raoro often heard than
anything oIbo. Tho Criterion
Saloon have tho boor on tap or in
iA' tii.: ,;..,. v' .-.'ititeij.
Mnnrlcc Clrnu, the mnnngcr of the Met
ropolitan Opera compnny of this city,
hns won tliu ropect of his patrons by hi?
never falling practice of understating
rather than overstating tils attractions
for a season
about to open,
lie has frequent
ly provided snr
prics In the way
of singers nlxuit
whom little in
nothing has lie. ;i
given out pri 11
to lUelr nppeu
this in mlml, ihi
opera goers ir
the United StntCh
WsYMH1 have n genuine
. iiviu 111 mure, Kir
mNuiiick on.vu. nllIl xUc cxcc.,
tlons of Melon and posMlily Kames near
ly fiery singer of International renown
will appear under Mr. (Iran's manage
ment ilutlng tlio coming winter nt the
Metropolitan. Sercrnt of the large cities.
It Is understood, Mill be i lulled before
the formul oienlng In New York. Jean
do Itcszkc, It was long ngo nntiouucid,
will not be able to couiq over, but there
will bo no dearth of competent tenors,
for the great Alvnrez, who will probabl
receive as large n salary as was evei
pnld to Do Keszke, will be oti hnnd, as
will nlso Salezn, Sallgnac, Dlppil and I)e
T.ucla, to say nothing of several lesser
lights. In the basso nnd baritone de
partments thire will be nhnost n plethora
of tnlcut, ns Pol Pliineon, IMnunnl tie
ItesAe, liars, Pringle, Meux, Vnn Kooj
(who made on enormous hit last senson),
Muhlmaun mid tho Italian Seoul hne
nil been engaged. Seoul Is said by those
who have heard him to be the greatest
living exponent 0f the role of Don Olo
vnnnl. It is nlso more than probable
that the nnmc of tho American David
Illsphnm will have to be added to this
As remarkable ns will be tho arrav of
male Elngers, the list of female songbirds
Is calculated to excite cu'ii greater sur
prise. Calve will positively come. While
she Is not nearly so great a singer us el
titer Mclba or Karnes, It Is probable that
on account of her phenomenal nblllty as
nn actress she will draw as much to the
box oinco ns those two combined. Sem
brlch, who Is ery widely rcgntded ns the
greatest lyrical artist in tin? world ex
cepting only the peerless Addlnn Paul,
will also retuni, nnd It Is whispered nt 1,
largely Increased salary. Ternhiu, N01
dlca aud GiideLi, ench a queen in her own
especial llncof effort, will appear nt fre
quent Intervals, while that piomlslug
young American soprano, Susnnno Ad
nms, will add to tho enjoyment of the
season. Another soprano of whom much
Is txpected Is the widely dlsiusecd M.iud
Iloude). She is mi Id to posKoos a uhe
of miirwlotis range nnd quality. Of th.
other soprani, Susan Strong iiud Marie
Eugcl, every opera goer has nliemh
It will be grateful news to Joers or
good inuslu and admirers of cotLselentlotiK
work on the stage, that Schumami-IIelnU.
Mniie ltrcma nnd Mile. OlltzKu are to re
turn, and It goes without sajlng that
llaucrmeister will be hi cvldineo whin
the euitnlu is lung up ou the flrt pei
formanco nnd that she will nppenr nt
nearly in cry subsequent rcpicscntntion.
New YorKers have rotne to so regatd
ItauermeUter, "tho woman who never dis
appoints," In the light of n fixture thai
n season of opera would Kccm to Inel.
something If she were not on hnnd. It is
n fact that h'or first entranco eueh oi cu
ing is the signal for nearly ns much np
plnuse as is bestowed upon the grcntei
stars like Dimes nnd Melbn, who get
much more snlary per night, but who
probably do not rnrn much more In n
year thnn the unbrllllnut but nlways
thoroughly satisfactory and unassuming
There has been much speculation olong
the Itlalto In this city as to the probable
cause of names' nbsence from the Metro
politan cast next season. It will be re
momherul that n few years ngo It was
f K rrtffrfffiVfiA.
said that n coolness had sprung up be
tween Mine. Hamcs nnd Mile. Calve. The
rumor may or may not havo had 11 fouti
dntlou iu fact, its It was uviei satisfacto
rily erlued or refuted, but the Ulaltoltc
see In tho defection of Ihimcs mid tin
coming of Cahe n coincidence which to
them establishes the truth of tho old sto
ry. Prom whnt I Inar of the mutter
nothing could be further from the tacts.
Accoidlng to this ertlon the enuto of
Karnes' nonappearance Is no less an indi
vidual than Maurlc6 Grim himself, be
tween whom nnd tho charming Anictlcar
enntatrtee then is said to bo no loe lost
Ito that as It .may, there enn be np doubt
Uul names' orcsenco would, be niutlrn
Hajfri'TVikHiifni !ti$t-MpSiAir.;. iitm n 1 .
Nearly Evory Stngor of
to Appear In Amor
Ica Ambitious Plana
or Ha linger Orau.
larfy inlnntile wlieu .Mcliin is not to 1
here, for ns brilliant nnd uiiprcceflentci''
strong ns the ll?t of soprnui is, tlieie is i 1
It no one wdio enn exactly fill the nirhn
which In the ordinal y eouise of evenH
would be nllotled to IJnmes. There nro
still hoper thai thr dlffneiici-s. If nuy ex-
lt. may be pntelied up before the open
lag of the i-ejeuii.
is nu iiin-ii Hti.rt that last scnion
lu mo.it pn'MHiiim In the hUtory of
I opern In thU city, and the cause U
Jlfflrult to tlnd I'ir mnny years
has Isrn diireliipinit turte for
1 I'P'tr. nld It ijpinot be ilenled
!it 1 ffii" 1 t Vw.rw (Iran and his
. tli- InV IKiiijf R. Abbey, wenr
it mt rnet-ir in brlnulng about this
' i.nl.le io'vi;tin of affairs, 'i'lii?
"l ti. ,i mlii iieier did nnd neer
'. . lliie to utn!:e u "enan of Iihrh P'le-
, f r:i ppy. The r le who go when
I'V" the muny t" spar nr tho
- '.i 1 n-irfe the dividing Hue bctwetm
1 nd l I'd" element lias beero
nelly interrd to in reirnt Jfara, aid
1 .- 1 1 1 1 h is Is 1 11 in ire thnn KOttyfactn-
Thi'ii, to 1, the (help Saturday night
MimiiKi, nt wblili nil but the very
,usl( Ktuis mipeaieil. have dune
'1 to eultnnti n taste for good mitslo
1 1 1 lis or petK-iiis who theretofore Imd
i- me iiffi,tii!ni-d to rcgnnl grand
in as beyond their icach. Now there
are hundreds of persons who occupy tho
good seats every Saturday night, whllo
on other evenings of the season they will
be found In the $1 mid ?!' places in tho
gallery, where, by the way, you will flint
iiemly nil of the auditors who attend for
the purpose of hearing the music rnthcr
than with a lev to seeing and belli,;
net 11. The directors of the Miltopolltntl
h:ie lueii veiy liberal with Mr. Orau,
but no more so than he descnes, for no
one mail hns dune so much for tho class
of entertainment with which he I Identi
fied ns this same Maurice Orau.
llou Oolf Affects PiisIiIoiih.
Although tho question of lmw to dress
Is 11x11:1th the most liiipoi-ttuit e .nfroiit
ing the tuoderu womnii, golf hns done
miiili to neeouipUsh a ehmitr- in style rfnd
has piartlcally leioliuiotiiid the cos
tumes of the society girl. The corset Is
an unknown quantity on the links, and
the tight fitting shoe ban been superseded
by the broad toed, ll.it hciled tnn. com
monly known ns the bulldog. The scarlet
Jacket, which wns so populir In the early
days of golf, Is still wot 11, but green Jack'
ets nro nlso quite nil fait. U Isjio an
unusual sight to see woiiurT golfers
rounding the links bareheaded, nnd when
the bent Is too oppressim they some
times wear the old time suiibonnet ns n,
hendgenr. Made In different colors nnd
coquettisldy tied under tho chin, It gives,
tho wearer the nppoaraucc of eurelenti
elegance. As bronzed hnnds are tho
golfing woman's pride next to her tanned
cheeks, gloes are as seane as nngel's
visits, nnd fiecklcs on the bauds arc ns
thick as leaves In Vullombrysa.
lloiv 10 MnRo I'uinu imn.
Hcnt tho yolks ot threo ckijs to a
cunm, ndd half n cupful of tmgnr nutl
liuit for flvo rnlnutes. Poiinil h;Jf it
pound of bhelled pecans slightly. Add
them to tlio igga nnd sugar. Place thu
mixtura iu putty puns lnml vith jKUtu
nud bnlco from eight (0 ten niinutcs.
Heat tho whites of tho ifgs btlff. Add
two tnblcspooufuls of cugiir, distribiito
the eggs nuiong tho tnrtn, spreading ou
top, mid brown nicely in tho ovun
How to rrrpiirn Crown flout ot Idiuli.
Hnvo the rack of tho lncib cut from
th- fhouldtr closo to the luui m 01m
jdu. Buparntu (ho ribs to within two
c hes nud 11 htilf of tho tacltlione, then
tapo tho medt oft the ribs ns for.
I'lcncu chops. Mnlrouiirqtof tho nick
1 v Joining tho two tudij with n shower,
laving tho skin slao of tho lamb form
ibe Inside of tho roast. Stand tho lamb
uftcr it is showered in a roiiftluL pan,
11b cuds up. 6eas3U it with suit nnd
pei 1 tr. Put tho pan in the ,ven tiutl
ruist tho meat quickly until u rioli
Irown. UcmoYO it from tho uvea, plnco
it cnrofnllyon n hot platter, 1111 thn
I fdlow itiUdo tlio crown with gneti
peas cookod dry. Then surround tho
roast with pens and sorve.
IIotv to tfnkc I'lih Souee.
For hnUed llhh mix thoroughly tho
yolks of two hard boiled eggs, a Hiunll
wlueslnssful of" salad oil, n Inrgo table
spoonful of sharp vinegar, n llttlo dry
aiustnrd nud n tablespoon fill of choi
pod pickles or capers.