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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. 1., OCTOBER 21, UUV.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
'(A.L.C. Atkinson and Albert F.Jiuhl,.Ir.)
Counsellors ut Lav.
OiUce over lllnliop it Uo.N Hank, cor.
Kflnbuinnli nnd Moroli.nit stroots.
T. McOANTS STEWAliT,
Councilor at Law.
, togress Ulook(opiiostto Cnthollo Church
Fort street. Honolulu. H.I.
.to rr1f.ti1imin IIP4
FjtKDHKlOK W. llAXKBV,
J 18 Merchant street, opp. Bishop's Bank
nonoltilu, It. I.
'ilLP-WKT F. LITTLE,
1TT08NEV ST LAW.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
'HN L. KAUIiUKOU,
Bethel St., Honolulu.
ft. C. Aoui. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI fc JOHNSON,
A-ttornoys and Counselors
Offlco No. 10 West Kluit street.
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
.AS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
OR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND.
Has removed from Fort streot.
OFFICE, 512 Borotanla street, two
ioors other sldo of Alapal,
HOUUS, 0 to 12 a. m.; 1 to I p. in.
TKLF.PIIONK 015. i:H4
DR. WALTER HOFFMANN,
JERETANIA STREETS, (opposite tbo
Offlco Hours: 8 to lu a. in.; 1 to 3
) ,m.; 7 to 8 p. in. KuihUvh: 8 to 11
m. Telephone 510. I'. O. Box 601.
3R. GORDON H0DGINS.
' iCB AND RESIDENCE, OEDOK
COTfAOK, comer Hotel and Richards I
treets. Olllce Hours : 0 to 1 1 ; 2 to
4. 7 to 8. Tolephono 053. 1215 i
R. A. N. SINCLAIR, !
KING ST., NEXT Ol'EHA HOUSE.
Hours: 9-10 a. in., 1-3 p. in., 7-8 p.m.
Jundays, 12-2 p m.
Telephone ?4l.N 1107-3in
OR, i. L. GARVIN
Ifflco: 5.17 Kisa Stkkk-, nonr Punch
bowl, Honolulu, H. I.
TELEl'HONE No. 448
lours: 9 to 11 r. in.; 1 to 3 p.m.:
7 to 8 p; in,
DR. T0MIZ0 KATSUNUMA,
VETERINARY SURGEON. ,
Skiu Diseases of nil kinds a specialty.
Offlco Iloom 11, Sprecklos Building.
Hours 9 to 4.
Telephone 474. Ko&Idenco tolephono
DR. 1. MORI,
136 Beretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets. ,
Telephono 277. P. O. Dox 843.
Offlco' Hours: 0 to 12 a. 111. ttud 7 to 8
). m.; Sundays, 0 to 12 n. 111. 1229
DR. T. MITAMTJHA,
iDDSoltiDg Rooms. 427 Niiuanu Street.
Telephono 132. 1 O. Box 842.
Residence, 524 Niiuanu St.
Hours: 9 to 12 a. in. and 7 to 9 p. 111.
kindays, 2 to 0 p. 111. 1212 Dm
Hawaiian Medicine Co,,
LINCOLN BLOCK, KING STREET,
THE BEST THING FOR THAT
COUGH is our Paukunu Cough Medicine.
Fonsale by the Honolulu Dnig Store, and
NewLove's Building, Kort Street.
DR. P I. MOORE,
-d street Telephone 605,
. . .rtri1 9 to 12 a.m. nnd o A o.m.
TURNERS AND POLISHERS of all kinds ol Natty
Woodi. CALABASHES In tKxktndto ordtr.
VINO STREET, - NEAR ALAP
Two Itcclpcx From nil Excellent
To fiililll Its mission us n tempting
relish n pickle should bo not too large,
but linn, crisp nnd well Unvoted. For
the H'iillz.'illon of tht!) condition, the
cucumbers must bo well selected nud n
good formula for their preparation
cniefully followed out. Iu Table Talk,
Cornelia O. Iledford gives two pickling
recipes. Tbo first Is for "sweet pickled
areen cucumbers," ns follows:
For one-half of n bushel of smnll cu
i umbers nllow olic-hnlf of n pound of
white mustnid seed, one-half of a
pound of black mustard seed, one-half
nf an ounce of whole allspice, one-half
of nn ounce of peppercorns, one-half of
mi ounce of inftce, one otinro of freshly
crated horse radish, onc'half of an
ounco of celery seed, one-half of nn
ounce of stick cinnamon, one dozen red
peppers nud one-half of a pint of whlto
button onions. Fmr holllnt: water over
the encumbers and let them stand un
til cold, then drain. .Sprinkle them with
salt, one-half of 'n pint to each 100 cu
cumbers, nnd nsnln cover with boiling
water. Let stand In this brlno for 21
hours, drain nud cover with fresh, cold
brlno of the same strength. Drain
dally for six days and cover with fresh
brine. On the seventh day drain nnd
wash lu fresh water, cover with weak
vinegar, bent slowly mil :eep at a
wry slow simmer for II w or six hours
until tin' piirumher look plump Drain
lliei'i. v.-Ipi" diy i nil p-.r": 'n Jill's, iuM
ing to them the iniM-il snlces. Cover
ivlth boiling hot eld 'rvliKv'ar. to which
Is milled f.n- en !i ijniirt oue-lullf of n
pound if' l t
l!cclM' Nm ' ii mN rht:s- Select the
'inal'ct "! t:'l iti p;)sillc To each
1ix e'ltnv .:t i : ! ? v. I o'.e cloves,
on or:, ! cf w'.'t.' i: 'Jr.nl reed, one
l.i.V ' !'' ' r i ''!' I rY i .:!l one eupi'u!
f Hi':ir irid li.u .'li all n-il peppers
I 'lit tile vplees hu' "n i.-uslin bags, lay
he'll In n I I'tt'e 't'i i'ii. washed "ii
ei'mbei-" :! I m''l "t.'"li in vinegar to
coyi !'" m-v 'v lo.tbe sealilllia
point, t1:' T'ori il i'-. mmiI bpti'e
i:.IU',-.l lll'i i ; v.i ; or ten i! ;.
nflor ll ev n.e IV-1 p t ip to ui.i'-c
ntv llml t ( ie;ii'ln (fin ::nd "il!il
'f so"ii. st'i'ii'ii. ri,pnt H iMii nud drain
the Ini'g:'- from the i maluder Add
one-ball of a nijifiil of sugar t each
M pickles. c!ild Hie vlucLiir and pour
It boiling hot oter the pickles.
Summer IMirtiilns mill VuiiIiii;.
Thin white curtiiius In a window
nlwa.xs suggest ilalntlness nud leline
meiit, but where Hie sun shines strong
they make loo glaring all effect Inside.
For this reason, siijm Harper's Ilaar,
the softer, sheerer inusllus, those with
less reilcctlvo hiirface, nro to bo pre
ferred. Yellows nud pinks In soft
shades and sheer matcrlnU nro lu use.
When the eye of tbo neighbor has to be
considered, a pietty fashion is to lane
it thin curtain next tbo window, this
curtain to be drawn back or looped or
so ariauged as to look well from the
street, a sheer transparent color being
hung straight. Inside, next the room.
No one from outside cau see through,
and those Inside can seo out without
being deprived of nny light. Heavy
curtains aic used Inside of these when
lequlred nud are generally of silk or
ehliitsc lu a bedroom, of silk, tapestry
or rich stuff In a drawing room or
library. In summer, when awnings
nro used, these thick curtains nro taken
down, tlicen or whlto uwnliigs, by the
wny, should bo used Instead of the
blue or the red and white.
i:&iri-HNf(l lii IIIn Own Wny.
A certain Sunday school teacher who
has n class of boys of "assorted sizes"
established the custom lu her class of
repeating each Sunday 11 .Scripture pas
Mig( lu unison until It was tlrmly Im
planted In the "vagrant minds." The
selection for the Sunday In question
was "'TIs I, bo not afraid," and nftcr
the usual mental gymnastics had been
gouo through, after an expectant hush,
one promising youth volunteered the
Information that ho knew. "Well,
what Is ItV" asked thu lonelier. "It's
1110; don't get skewed," was his rendi
tion of tho verce
WHAT DO YOU WANT ?
Are you in search of anything? ..
Have you lost anything? I
Have you found anything? -3s
Do you WANT anything? J w
BSTHoiisekeepers, we can fillia
tSryour rooms; losers of proper-"!!
tSrty, we can find it; owners"a
c6rof articles desiring to ex-"T55a
BQTchange them, we can do it."XDa
" Man Wants but Little here below,
Nor Wants that Little Long."
Join tip. Procession
AND GET IN
The Panfl Wagon !
Cheaper Than Dirt
OAHU . . .
HOW TO KEEP COOL.
tntnnlilc SitixumUoii I'nr AvolilliiK
First of nil, keep the brain cool.
IVenr the llgiitest possible covering on
tho head. The cotk helmets, such ns
arc worn In tropical climates, nro the
best summer headgear. These may be
made to keep the wearer still cooler by
placing In them n moist sponge, which,
Indeed, may nlso be nttnehed to the In
terior of nny style of hat. Do not
When you ilso from bed on hot sum
mer mornings, take n cold bath. Now
thcro are few simple thlugsjn life that
nro less understood than thu lliie nrt
for It Is n line nrt of bathing. Most
people spend from half nn hour to an
hour every time they bathe. That Is
not tho .kind of bathing I menu. Tho
cold bath in the morning should consist
merely of one plunge Into cold water.
Avoid ns fnr ns possible the heat of
cooking. Cook no moro thnn you can,
help, nnd If possible let what little
cooking you do be done In the open nlr.
Tnko no alcoholic drinks or other
stimulants of nny kind. Injurious ns
nlcoholtc stimulants nro at all times,
except In certain diseased conditions of
tho system, when ordered by n thor
oughly competent nnd conscientious
physician, tllcy nre more thnn usually
deleterious In hot weather. Neverthe
less that Is tho very tlmo of year when
tho consumption of them Is greatest.
To quench the Intense thirst which Is
nn Inseparable accompaniment of n
high temperature many persons hnvo
recourse to beer nud other nlcoholtc
drinks. There could bo no greater mis
take. Thcro Is only ono(luId that will
quench thirst, nnd that fluid Is water,
livery other known liquid tends to In
crease thirst rather than to nssungo It.
Still the devotees of King Alcohol con
tinue to pour his llery potations down
their already parched throats In hot
weather. That Is the surest possible
wny not to keep cool nnd to predispose
yourself to n heat stroke or sunstroke.
Spqnglug the entire surface of the
body with tepid water, to which n little
bay rum or nlcnhol lias been added, Is
very cooling nnd tuny be practiced fre
quently during the day. alcohol, when
nppllcd externally, being quite ns bene
ficial ns It Is Injurious when absorbed
Into the circulation through the me
dium of the stomach.
No two people should sleep together
In hot weather. Every Individual
should have a bed to himself or her
self. Though drinking Iced water tends to
lower tho temperature of the body, yet
If we drink It at nil wo nre npt to be
tempted to nn Immoderate use of It,
which Is to be decidedly reprehended.
It so lowers the temperature st the
stomach ns to temporarily check diges
tion, and Us effects nro Injurious lu
IIimt In Kci-i Hie lliilr In Curl.
Take the root of althaea boiled lu
wnter, one-eighth pound to a gallon,
nnd thin to suit, nnd apply to the hair
to keep It In curl, at the seaside or any
where else. After applying put the
hair In the desired position nm) nllow
It to dry. If too much shows on jhc
hair, brush It out or off. The curl will
Ilotv to Iron I.I11011.
Wnsh the linen carefully and thor
oughly; then let It hang In the sun Just
long enough to Iron nicely without be
ing forced to sprinkle It. When the
wrinkles hnvo once dried lu the linen.
It Is very dllllcult to remove nil of
them with tho Iron, Next have u very
hot Iron, not hot enough to scorch, but
sulllclcnt to dry tho linen rapidly when
passed over It. It must bo Ironed until
perfectly dry; otherwise tho luster nnd
brilliancy that are so attractive will
not bo obtained. Upon good linen
March should bo nvolded Just ns much
ns upon silk fabrics. Stnrch may glvo
"body" to somo chenp thin grades of
linen, b.ut It Is entirely out of place 011
The Lit.t Car.
Tho last cars of tho l&fic street
Hue going to Waikiki nn3 Falaran
paes the Anchor SalooL'. The
clovoroat mixologists in tho city
are there always to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in and tnko a drop before you take
the car. The celebrated Hoattle
boor is to be had here on draught.
A full lino of liquors inoluding the
famous A. A. Jesse Moore Whisky
etc., always on hand. Deceived
por Warrimoo, llainior Bock Beer
on draught. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to pleaso its natrons.
This ever popular Rainier beer
is becoming a household word
aud "will you havo a glass of
8eattle" is more often heard that)
anything olso. The Criterion
8aloon havn tho boor on tap or in
It would not sound proper
to say, "Like Kelley does,"
neither would it be proper to
look for pictures in a black
smith shop, when you have a
store like King Bros.' to go to.
They make a specialty or pic
tures, and the framing of pic
110 Hotel street.
Foreign OlHce Notice.
The remains of the late Minister of the
Interior, Captain James Anderson King,
will lie In state at the Executive Building
on Thursday, the 19th Instant, from ti
a. m. until 1 p. m:, and on Sunday, the
22nd Instant, from n a. m. until 2 p. m.
The funeral ceremonies will take place
on Sunday, the 22nd Instant, at 3 p. m
under the auspices of the Masonic Fra
Persons desiring to contribute flowers
are requested to leave them at the Execu
tive Building before 10 o'clock on Thurs
day nnd Sunday mornings.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Honolulu,
October 18th, 1899.
MEMOIM MEAT CO.
J 08 KING STREET.
Q.J. fVALLEit, : : Manager
Wholesale and Retail
BEST OF MEATS.
Famlllos doslrlng tender roasts,
Juicy steaks and chops should
call on tho
Central Meat Market
Wo make a specialty ot family trade
nnd soil the best at reasonable
214 Nuuatiu St.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO,
ED. A. WILLIAMS, F. D.,
Office and Parlors
614 & 616 Fort St. , near Hotel.
N. F. Borgess
Does All Kinds of.,
LA.WN MOWERS and
Are specialties. Lswn Mowers will be
called for, by RINGING UP 220. Also,
a few for rent.
Telephones 1086 & ;(.
P. O. Box ft
Q. H. BERREY, : Manager.
w-;Diffcnlt Collections a SnecialtT.
Dr. M. E. Grossman has removed his
office to Alalea street, three doors abov.e
Masonic Temple. 1355
' During the absence of Goo Chong,
G. Kim Fook will act under full power of
attorney of Goo York. All bills due or
against Goo Chong or Goo York should
be settled before the 25th Inst. All rent
and business should be settled with G
Per GOO CHONG.
Honolulu, Oct. 19, 1899. '354
Incorporated Under tub Laws!
of mi Hawaiian Republic.
Capital J $400,000
OFFICEHS AND DIKECTOR9:
Chas. M. Coorci:, President.
. P. O. Jones, Vico-Presldent
O. II. Cooke, Cashlor.
F. O. Atukrtox, Assistant Cashlor,
Honry Watorhouso ,
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tennoy.
J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly altond to all
business connected with banklnu en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Forolgn
Exchango, Issue Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT !
Ordinary and Term Deposits rocelvod,
and Interest allowed in accordance with
rulos and conditions printed in Pass
books, ooplos of which may bo had upon
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St,. Honolulu,
Between Fort aud Alakea,
Telephone : : : 784
G.A.Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite 7, MoJel Block, HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I.
P. O. Box 70). Telephone 989.
H. L.. KEKR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
I Room tfu,
OF ALL HINDS.
Dealors in Lumber and Goal.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen street, Honolulu.
F. W. THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Contract jr and Builder.
il alt Kinds of Heavy Weights
NO. 617 K3RT STREET. HONOLULU.
4 (Opposite Club Stables).
Residence Telephone 400. n67-U
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
n. Am, soc. (-. t.
300 Iudd Ulock. Telo. 633.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Electro-IIydraulle Powor Transmission
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Qatton-Nell Co., Queen street.
Offlco iiext to Postofflce. 1223
To My Patrons and the Public.
Having recovered from my re
cent illneB8. I am aoain nreDarod
(to do all kinds of Tinsmith and
Plumbing work as heretofore.
1 hanking you for past favors, 1
respectfully solioit a continuance
of the same.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Spanton & Lund,
13305 King St., near Alakea, Honolulu.
Tinting, Graining, dating and Signs .
Hs Estimates Clven..
The World Register
Keeps tho Cash while you are busy,
Try one o
Rook Prices .
On Marble and Granite;
WORK. . . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw's Iron Fence and Monumental Co,
641 King Street.
Wit Q. tawi.
San Francitco Agentt Tim Nevada
National Dank op San Fhancisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada National
Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank cf London,
New Yoiik Amorlcan Exclangi Na
CuiOAao Morchants National Bank.
Paws Credit Lyonnals.
Berun Drosdner Bank.
Honkono and Yokohama Uonkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and AusTRAUA-Bknk
of New Zealand.
VieroniA and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Transact a General BanHne antt EicbauEe Bns:sess
Depokti Received. Loans made on -Ap-
B roved Becnrlty. Commercial and Tray sen
rcdlta Issued. Bills of Exchange bo lfrbl
and Bold. -
CoLUOTiows Pbomftlt AccoowiiD Foa.
gltSMQP & QQ,
" Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed ly th'i
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
per annum. The terms, mien and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank havo been adopted as far aa
It Is practicable to apply thorn, anil the
Cash Resorve of 150.000 as required un
der tho Postal Act will bo maintained.
Prlntod copies of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on application
BISHOP a CO.
BISHOP Sc Co.
Transact General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avail-
ble in all the principal citie
of the world.
Interest allowed after Julv
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3 por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer. Building and
Assets, Dec. 57, 1898, f 116,803.38
Money loanod on approvod security,
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tlm mn..,i.in i.-i.
Eighteenth Sorlos of Stock is new
Officers: T. F. Lansing, President;
S.B.Rose, Vlce-Presidont; O. B. Gray.
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
D,,,nKTOns: T- F' Lansing.S.B. Roe,
.. .. ' " "oecu, j.u. Kolh
we I, Henry Smith, J. J. McLean, J. D.
Holt, C. B. Gray.
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chambflr nf nnmmAKAa amh i
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
Tfje Yokohama Specie BbdIt V
Paid Up Capital Yen is.coo.oeo
Reserve Fund Yen 7,300,0c o
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGEN0IF8.
aobe. London. Xyona, New York,
Ban Franelaoo, Shanghai.
Bombay, HonjKong. ,
., TkaBank buys and receives for ooTeo-
Letters of Credit on the abovo Branches
and Agencies, and transacts a general
5 Deposit tor n months, 4 par cail p. a.
P" fJaposll lor 6 nonius, jH
OoFlxad Deposit lor j mot, j
BythaH.ad Offlca, at Yokohama, on Current Da-
posit, t t-io sen per day.
On FUtd Deposit lor months, $ per ceot , a.
Hew RepaMic Bniimpgin""iaiig st, Eoiolult
The . . .
Cor. Alakea St Halekanwila BU.
Hbb a largo assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
EiflHmntflfl crivon fr !,.. i
tag and Eleotrioal plants.
iunriuo wiring aspeoialty,
THEO. HOFFMANN, ,,