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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., OCTOBER 21, IOTP.
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jobs arriving and departing from the
is?tf PIONEER REPAIR SHOP OF HONOLULU.-
REPAIRS has been the m,iin 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 aMnain feature. And together with a large stock of Tires,
Pedals, Lamps, and Bicycle Sundries, in a store at last large enough to allow of theirproper
display, it is hoped that a much hrger business in every way will result.
ai tSftt&iCtLGtLai! G?lLy&utQ& n has been the moth in the pist (and how bard
it is to satisfy some people no one but a bicycle man knows) anJ it s ull still be the aim of
the management to do the fair thing every time.
Specialties handled :
Stearns Bicycles, :: Manson 3-Crown Bicycles,
.. . Milwaukee Puncture-proof Tires.
Morgan & Wright Tires, DIRECT.
'h ' Bailey's Bicycle Oil. ' r
"')' Bailev's Self-sealinp Tire Fluid.
And Repairing still the
T t- kVl,
IllM ,tt MF1ICID Klf
LOSS OF COLOUR.
Iln til' I tin la )tM.clS.
by lh l.nllng rhy4l
of fell Countrlet.
Hm fwtlttr Tiff nnr 5a
LhM not Cemihpitt.
Don km UUtkn 1X4 TtH
Soon ertnjt tuck .
Sltvir T lfi wtMc-tllibt t vtdtr Imtuilwu of tte
f Ml Clmlni tad ltaiil,i.
WhnltuM l jo.
nn 'Ljuayaua, I'ARlt.
Douglas White, War-Corrttpondort.
Author of "Oa to UnU."
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i'On to Manila;!
g By DOUGLASS WHITE, gg
y "Examlnn'' Wir Correspond! Jty
LETN riot receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer a
favor by notifying the "'Busi
ness Office, Telephone 356. ,
Accurate hUory nnd 'int'er-"tinj
stories of the caiipafcn are told
On To Manila.' '
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 MANSON beauties will have a chance to disolay
. their charms, and not be hemmed in on
Carbide, specially packed for gas
main business at
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery,
..Where Bicycles Have Been Repaired
Or do you want your
i?iationery, and other
The questions are unnecessary. You can get the best at the
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210 KINO STREiir, , HONOLULU, H. I. :
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American Troop Fording the Stream In the Attuai SWt 8n Antomla,
Urmu Iiub ui UlutuaUou Lo -0 W tfHflh.
every .side by the scores of repair
lamps, in lib and 2lb tins.
i .ii f i in
Every Working Day for Nine YeaW
Box ' 441.
Is any old thing
enough for you ?
- in To-day's Mictiii.s
'BEST" CLEANING MIXTURE.
How to Make Fluid Tlint nmtnrrt Clotli
to Its 1'flKtlno Color nml I'ri ftlintM.
"Best" Is tho nnmn given to a clean
ing fluid that should la in tho poshes,
slou of every housewife, bo sho wife nurt
mother or only mint or bdusckceucr.
Fonr ounces nlcoliol, four ounoos
other, eight ounces nmmouln.
Let your druggist mix this for you
mid nover tako it near n Are. Next take
n half pound of bot cnptjlo soap, cut
up, add a pint of hot water and dis
solve. Then add a pnllon of Antcr nnd
boll. Put iuto a demijohn with n very
tight cork nnd add when cold n pint of
tho "Beqt" mixture. Shako them to
gether and yon havo tho most cllicacloue
cleaning fluid that can bo mixed. It re
moves grrabo, stains (except when the
color is already destroyed) uud itcoftcut
1'ill a WaiOitub with warm water
about four inches deep (not hot water),
ndd to that nbout a tcneupful of your
"Best" mixture and then throw in your
cloth, focr or flvo breadths, nmlwnali by
Fipiecziug tho water through tho fabric;
do not rub. The suds will bo very thick
and tho more tho cleaning wnter is fore
id through tho uiuLcs of tho goods tho
From this tub tako each ploco nnd
riuso in clear watir of tho samo tern
pcraturo ns that at flrt-tuscd. This keep;
tho material from becoming harsh.
Illnso until tho water is not discolored,
and then, if tho goods bo black, throw
iuto n pan of bluo water so dark that it
is nearly black Ithelt. Tako out, fold in
regular way nnd put through a wriuger;
do not twist. Then hang in tho shade,
but in tho open air, if possible, to dry.
Next comes tho pressing. If tho ma
terial ia black, it should bo ironed upon
a black ironing sheet always ; if whito
is used, ull your trouble is for nothing,
as tho lint will enter into it nud never
como entirely out.
In all cases whero clotli Is used tho
pieces beforo marked in pairs should bo
laid right to right side and pressed to
gether slowly with heavy irons not hot
enough to leuvo any mark cither of yol
low or of tho shape of tho iron upon tho
Ironing sheet. A very hot iron kills
tho lifo of a wool material uud also de
stroys tho now nap effect that is pro
duced by ironing two pieces facotofaco,
as beforo suggested. Tho pressing of
tho cloth is as important as any part of
tho work. Do tho ironing upon a broad
tablo top, to that tho pieces need not bo
Ironed until finished, and then lay them,
still together, somowlioro whero they
may lio smooth until absolutely stone
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as ior too lining, wnsn ic in uao wa-n
ter used for tho stuff nnd press. If the
materiel washed ia of n light color, it
is best to do only on6 piece at a titno
and not allow it to soak. "Tho washing
water 'must bo changed ns hoooasdls-'
colored eo that .for economy very llttlo
water should bo Jpnf 'in 'tho tub at a
time. Remember that i tho wholo fiber
of a fabric is- dyed by tho water in
which it in washed or rinsed, and if
light gray is to bo washed, or whito, tho
water must bo absolatcly pure. A llttlo
of tho mixture on a sponge will clean
spots from coat or waist.
Electric Itnlluny I'll Stout nianc.
The successful application or elec
trlclty to so many mountain railways
In Switzerland has lately . given rise
to tho discussion of nu electric road to
tho summit of Mout Iilunc. Tho plan
provides for a tunucl to enter the
iiiountnln J'Jit helow a ridge that ex
tends aloui; the side of tho mountain.
nvoldltiK 'ti this way the Klaclcrs which
do not pass oer the ridge. The totnl
length of tho Hue will lie about six
miles, nnd It will run to n point aboir
800 feet lclo.w the nc'tual summit,
which consist of a mass bt Ice. Tin
lower end will lie constructed first, nm'
It Is the Intention to have the workmen
live In the tunnel nnd gradually become
accustomed to working at the 'higher
levels. Power to operate the rnlhvii)
will he furnished by a waterfall In tin
vicinity, nnd. ns Is the ease with the
most recent Swiss mountnlu nillwnyH
It will 1h of the rack nnd pinion type
electrically driven. The cost of tin
project Is estimated nt nbout S'J.OOtv
000. Iloston Transcript.
It Is worth noting In reganl to the
famous homp produced exclusively lu
the Philippines that tue plant fields, lu
fact, two (tuulltloB, with Important In
diibtrlal or comiuerelnl adaptations le
each ease. I'rom tlie best, or fibrous
outer leaf, comes tho coarse, htroug
Hirer, which Is the best material used
for sailcloths nnd cordage. It being par
tlcularly recommended by the fact tli.it
It Is uot easily rotted by salt write)
The fiber yleldt'd by the Inner stalks Is
fine and weak, and from It nre wovra
textile fabrics superior In softness an '
lightness to those made of the best
llusslaii hemp, these fabrics, however
being seldom exported, ns they r..
bought by Chinese merchants at Ml
nlhi for local consumption. It in loin "
that, under the best conditions, the M i
nlla hemp produces the .vt'rj; Mr
quantity of a,0()0 pounds of fiber to t'
here, nnd, though between fi.OOO.C '
nnd 0000,000 bales have been export
In the last ten years, the' Industry I
admitted to be still lu Us Infnucy.
New 'York Sun.
' 1 1 1 llcfercnce.
Chief (to coiuuierclal traveler sctl;
Ing n place) Do you know how to till'
up goods to customers!
Applicant Allow mo to turn r.n tl ia
phouogruph with a conversation lo
twteu a puatomer and uiyfclf. Tl'.j
gendo Blatter. .
Cnaka to lie Bet Aflont In tlie Arctic
Our government, nt tho suggestion
of tho Geographical society of I'liila-
dclphla and with tho eo operation of
tho whaling fleet, will make oxperl
ments this year with n view to de
termining the currents In tho Arctic i
ticean north of America. Fifty cask
designed for tho purpose, snys tho
New York Sun, nro being sent up to .
Bering strait to bo set nfloat by tin?'
whalers In various parts of the Arctic
ocean, rack of theso casks will con
tain n record of tho time when and
place where It Is thrown overboard,
nnd It Is hoped later that u considera
ble number of thorn may bo picked up
by other vessels, nnd thus It will be
learned In what directions they are
carried by tho currents.
It Is not likely that any of these
casks will bo carried clear across from
Iterlnc strait to tho Atlantic ocean, foi
the Intricate channels among tin- I
lauds nnd tho Ice masses would p.' '
nbly prevent such a drift. But 4 .
probable that the prevailing ctii"A i
act oss the American Arctic ocean 1
from west to east. I'retty good prtmr
of this fact was furnished by nn al .1 1
dolled ship of one of the Fra:il;l 1
ncnrcli expeditions, which dilfled t'ro'i
the central regions north of this eon
tlnciit east to Greenland waters 11:
south Iuto the Atlantic. Tho currents
however, of the western part of this
Arctic domain are llttlo tinders too-1,
nud perhaps tho Moating enshs v.-'I!
throw moiv light upon them.
Of course It was known lung n-
that the northwest passage for Which
mariners had sought for centuries le:".!
ly exists. Sir John Franklin, on U.,
expedition that cost the life of ue;
man In his party, nearly completed t
passage, for, advancing from the ea .
ho catuo within IK) miles of the p-iln
reached by vessels from Bering n .1
and In 1850 McClure. who entered tli
Arctic ocenn through Boring strait
was able to ndvauee from the west id
ho reached the northeast extremity !
Banks lind nnd overlooked the u.
tcrwnys that l'arry. advancing fro:
the cast, hnd navigated In IMP. !
was thus conclusively shown tlia
there Is continuous wnter coiiiniunka
tlou throughout tho sea north of Amer
lea, nnd McClure received frrfln tl-e
British paillnmcnt the sum of $"!,
t)6o. which It had voted to give to thi
discoverer of tho northwest passage.
Cjrlc Fnctorlra a Anrimli,
The United States navy department
4s laying In extensive new stocks nf,
naval ordnance, nnd tho bids which are
being opened from day 'to day show
that one of the effects of tho recent
war has been to build up a large num
ber of small factories capable of pro
ducing war.suppllen ractoties hereto
fore .eiigwed lu" making bicycles, riv
ets, fastings nnd tubings lenmed while
the ,wnr was In progress that tho own
ing of wnr material was profitable em
ployment. Uy slghtly adding to their
plants they are atile to piako shelN.
projectiles. 6te.. and tliuy are nliw
rim6i'uj tho regular bidders for supplle
6t naval ordunnce. A cycle company,
a rivet nnd screw company nnd several
tubing factories were nmong tho-e
whose bids for several thousand slniqi
ncl and shell, from -1 Inch to l'J liK'ii
were opcnwl by tho navy' depnrtim'nt
recently. The result of this geneir.!
competition Is to considerably reduri
the prices of wnr supplies uud nt tV
same time to give the government t'
heiiutlt of very extensive facilities '
time of emergency. Denver Itepul 1 .
l'ntciit lint Cnolrr.
One enn wear n silk hat and kiH-: t'
Inr.il cool. Miys the Cincinnati Dihi;:.
or. by adopting the Invention of n I.i. .
den hatter This Invention cnu!; i
a silk l.at lined with felt or Ilau.i
Aliout half way dowu the hat U :.
ukaiiuiolei: ronsiu; iiatj.
gfti'xc netting which opens like n tlnnr
li each hat It provided u i:::ih t
X texlured vgetulile fiber. Thin i
'.opt fir an hour or so lu a re . .
or. where It lias the peculiar .
i . of itlWiirblng cold. Then It
;iv..! -M In tile iirepared cell lu the I. .
Mi' tesult Is that the head of
v. .rer'i'einaliis cool for hour.
An Austin colored waller told n I'.'tt
i,i.. man nt a hotel that In cn .1
.1 ms u white man hud inn; iktl a 1 1
. 1 woman.
''.ViiM he not dorli'-ilV" ruiutl i:
I 'iiiulnti 111 the elassle hpeeeh t.t l! e
'1. .hcf Cultuie."
'lie litis, sah," ilieaimd the. neni
" t-y rldid !i)in iitit -ob tovn u n 1.1. 1 "
How tn I'erfume Linen.
Poll either a piece tit nfrisinin e: e
ti.nlll bag ot Hilvei!::ei! oirlMoot wu,
lln- lingerie.- Kltheit of;tliete will j. .-
the articles nt faint, fragranre its .t.)8
tcrlous as It Is delightful.
Matthew Kldcr, editor of The Inner
Circle, had gone out for halt an hour to
synchronize his wutcli, and his assistant;
J. flrahum Chuiapidcs, reigned tempo
rarily In his stead.
A clerk had just lald'on Champntes'
ivtk the form. which a visitor hnd filled
"Name Miss Cynthia Pnge. To See
The I'd I tor. Iluslness Private. Date
"Well, I'll see her," said Chnnipnli'S.
He had seeu the name of Cyuthl.i Pago
la giod nuignrhirs npiteiidtMl to eurloui
tid Interi'stltii; stnrles.
He wns not HI pleased when the clerk
showed her In lo Uud that sho huda
youth nnd bounty on pule and mystical'
lines. .1. Graham Clininpiili'i found him
self hoplnir (hat Matthew HMcr, after
lyuchronirjiig hi tateh, wnuld find It
feceisary to go mid see a man nliout n
' or, at any r.tio, would delay Ids re
turn. "I nm spci.Uliu tf the editor!" said
M's Page, n lltlh- doubtfully.
"The actual e-Iltoi, Mr. Kldcr, It not In
nt piernt, hut I lime full power to act
"I nee." She wns still in dollht.
"Piny Le nun. ned of, it. I enn innko
'.mtrnits with oti, iiC(ipt Htorli-.t fnun
you, slsii (.hetks for you, so if ym li.no
uu) thing to piopose"
"Oh, it's i't Hint ! In fmt, I cnine ht
cinetuueu of n iropoAitiuu which lis
l.:id nlrt'iidy made to me."
"Well. I shall he very glad to carry on
nay thln that he Iihh begun. As a nilo
Ii" mentions tl'e.c llilugH to me, hut thli
time I am lu tiiv diik."
Mie smiled .uisteiiiiusly. "lSut J on "
cm n't he sine that )oii would wl.fh to
cany on what he hns lesiiii."
"As Mr. Kider ii the stipieme authority
here, I sluniM nine no Uiolee. Hut even
if I hnd, uhut you siii,vest U extiemely,
Why unlikely? No two men can halo
mind 1 exurtly nlll.e. It's such 11 funny
uriangeinenl )oii have here."
"It works uell I'liiiugh hi practice. Wo
In'h know Hie eharatler of our ia',ier
11 what 0111 public imiM. I mj tlf.it
It U uallkily that I should he uuuilling
to euriy 011 w Unlet er Mr. Klder I1.1 lie
gi :i, for this icason mid also because I
U' iw and aili lire your work."
OIi, do you think It's imy good';"
"Of courso 1 do."
"SHnktag frankly. It's full enough of
faults; r,tnr of It (ems to lm re nm
u-.-.ny with you and got all over the place.
Hi I It's horribly interesting nit the same.
You see. It's crigintil."
"Oil, yes," she ussented, "I am origi
nal. If I were nut, 1 shouldu't he lure."
'That rounds try pile." he snld. "Pos
sibly I shall understand It wheu I know,
the nature of Mr. Klder' proposal. lie
wiints some stories froui you?"
"Then wliat Is It?"
"Do you know that I urn afraid I
can't tell you."
4,Veo" well, Uicm thon-'tf nothlug mora
to bo snld. Mr. Kldcr Is out at present
Youd tcttcr call ugula. I suppno you
t' 'k it wrould nuke some difference
whether Mr. Klder went un with this
buaiucsa or I did"
"I'm sure It 'would the greatest dif
ferrnre." "Vou llilnkl shouldn't do ns well?"
' Not ns well. You'd do better, infinite
ly 1 ettcr. Oh, I must go." . She blushed,
-co, goodhyed and faded out of the of
fice. Ten inluiites Inter Mr. Matthew Kldcr,
I-' 'die aged, Imld and cheerful, fauntor
f. intu the room with hi hands In Ida"
' Will. Kill! Kverythmg nil right!"
' So," snld Cluimpnles shoitly, still Irrl
It 1 by his Interview with Cynthia
1" i '"Ounrt Into 11 pint pot. Plugged
.1th nils, and ltousc has Just sent up
1 Iiii'H want nnnthcr half pige. We
' I iiaie to lente oter everything that'll
nnd )on 0 things that won't."
"Mi, you don't keep a tight enough
b d on Itowse."
i'tep la mid tndle him .inurself.
Here, this woman called tu see joii
iti hln't tell me her Imsliiei's.'
'Mttheiy Klder look the pnper slip and
'. '. ihiwu lu 11 chair.
' I'.dl, t'ds Is rnthi'i- hnd. I ought to
1 v " I era hi. Whnt with my imfor
1 'ti ilithrshisun nnd iny wtetcluil
: .,v. I f I1.1II get myself Into t net bio.
I vet this gill two or three tliuei a
ir r.';o; ncvir gave her another
th "it till I eniiie on 11 tnry by her
U t ivr.s perfectly mJgnltleent oil, hor
' y g od!-'"pl,alily the best story that
I'-'k been wiilten this century. I dashed
' a Utter to her nt onto and siv woiked ,
II 'If up nlo'it It that I said, to show
i ktnreii'y, that If she liked I'd marry
he , nud she lould tall at th.) ollice this
n r n'-ig with her answer. She'd have'
icf-'vril me. of c'lii-se. as they nil do, and
pe hrps I'm littler stiigle; but, none tha
h'!, it would hare been mole eh II not to
lu e forgotten the npiMihitiuenr." T
"Itenlly," said Clinuipules, "ou musti
hen llttlo nud."
"Uniloiihtedly," aiisivered Klder cheer-,
fully. "It's tint priee one pays for being
ii', excessively Intelllgi nt."
Chaniimles stared blankly at the desk.
I trying to recall the oxau words of hb)
ciutTcrsntlou wltli C)iitl.la Page.
1 "Look here, Hill," said Klder, "write
. nnd tny nu inint tu see her about a
htory, then when sho comes do the ex
plaining for me. Say 1 was called away
by telegram. Say It was from motives
1 of delicacy Saj anything."
I The following Is from 11 subsequent !-,
Ji'.e of "The Tea Cup: a .Inurnal Con
1 due ted by Ladles KVir Ladles:"
' ''One n, 'ie most lullllunt of our lady
1 wilkrs, lla Cynthia Page. is. It Is
whispered, shortly to he led lo the hy
mi'tier.l nit jr. The foitr.nnle partner of
her fitnro Jeyn and sonows Is Mr. J.
Ornhnin Ch.impnlcj, a young J mruallst
nt gient p'nuilse. Our heaitlet fellci-l-.tlmu.
Rpeaklngof neddiiig. Irne you
s("'ti the really beautiful dei;ns in
piMilcttes indl tliiguUIuille from real
I iris nov hiltig shown In the window
-T'-Ktu-k nnd White.
( Tl.'r ml. rt "tn:.icsty" was first Iv
r'nl.YUonis K i.f Franco Bifuro that
iirrfo nAi.-t:0n n.ro iisnullyEtyloa
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