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THE EVENING BOtiMSTTN:
L. MONOY. JUNE 4
AN ATTRACTIVE DESIGN.
Ne4 nnd Iitexpe-.ic Cottage Cim
Dc nallt For fS.200,
lOorrttfiit, 18TO. Iiy Oeor&o Illlclitn?, udiltcct,
1000 Flatbush rcnuc, Urookljn.
This design makes n very neat, attract
Iro and Inexpensive home. It Is rnthcr
plmplo in npncarancp, but tho gnblo In
the front, with a nmnll balcony nnJ tho
email dormer, helps to mako tho roof
llni aUrotllvo. Tho nlaxzn In front,
with tho balcony on top, makes a very
BT JrLw JV
pleasing appearnnco. With artistically
arranged grounds it "ill look like n pal
flco on a small scale.
On outcrlnc tho hall un will obscne
the platform stairs with .111 nit glnss
window nnd wide xlldlns doors opening
into tho parlor. All this gives n very
cozy and homelike appearance. The par
lor Is 12 fuel wide and 17 feet deep. It
is separated from tho llbrnry by slldlui
FIttST FLOOn TLAN.
doors. The library is a small ioum,
which will prubably bo used as a general
sitting room. It Is 0 feet sunnrc. The
dlnlnc room Is 11 feet 0 inches by 1-1 feet
and Is very nicely finished. It has an
open fireplace, with n wood mantel and a
tile hearth, and is also furnished with n
dresser, or buffet, built in. This drcseor
is made of oak, with bevel pinto class
doors abavo and drawers below. Tho
kitchen is fitted up with n rnngu nnd n
boiler, the laundry being in tho cellar.
Tho second tloor has fhe bedroomi
and a bathroom und two bedrooms fin
ished in attic, making 11 rooms, nnd a
bath and laundry In tho cellar. Tho
6ECOSD rr.oon tlai.
foundation and the chimney are made of
hard burnt brick laid In Portland cement.
Tho sides aro covered nllli white pine
bevel siding, except tho gables, nlilch nru
ghlngtcd. The toot Is cot.red with
spruce shlnglcB left natural to stain with
Tho dimensions aro 120 feet front; not
including bay window, 117 feet 0 Inches
Uclght of ceilings; Cellar, 7 feet; first
floor, 10 feet: second floor, 0 feet 0
Inches; attic, 8 feet. Cost to bnlld,
Tbo manufacture of straw Is ono of
tbo most Important Industries of Ger
many, giving thousands means of support.
1 , r -i
-&? I -S1 0
BAKE THEMSELVES ALIVE.
Itnmlnn Fnnntlen Thus Otitnln Tle
lensc I'roni Tronlilc.
linking themselves In lingo roaring
ovens Is the rllinnx of cuiotlmml en
thusiasm and self sacrifice of n
strange sect of Russians. Thoy nre the
Itegonny, nnd they llo in tho vlllacc
01 icrnowu, mar Tliaspol.
The Beet's origin was rather political
nud rcouotnlcnl than religious, their
ngltatlons having always been direct
ed toward greater personal liberty and
political power for Individual members
They demand the abolition of docu
ments for proving Identity nud also the
abolition of the necessity for the pass
port. Thoy repudiate eotnpulory mili
tary tcrvlcc nud If forced to bear arms
they are liable to emotional enthusi
asm, lending to self sacrifice. The
form of death which thoy ndopt Is usu
ally burial while nllw. but occasional
ly It Is self destruction by tire.
hen the last great sacrifice of the
wot wns made, the people adopted tho
voluntary cremation method as a
means of getting 1111 eternal release
from their troubles. On a single day
four families went out from a village
and did tln-iiir-clvcs to death. A huge
oven was built, and Into It those who
voluntarily decided to die plunged
I Tho people who lacked the necessary
enthusiasm or xtrongth of mind or who
felt that thoy were not woithy of at
tempting tho great achievement knelt
nnd prayed while they wept for llielr
relatives and friend", whoe charred
bones they kissed In an pchIiip.v of n!
fectloti and admiration.
Tin- llortnm m v.iurrcil.
Some Vienna sniui ueio lately 1
fronted with a language dlllleiilty.
cording to the Independiiuee IUl:;i
young girl, unknown, was found 1
conscious In a Ml ret at I'li'sliiny, r. 1
was conveyed to the hospital at Vlei.
na, where she recovered consclousm
and began to speak In 11 language
which no one ptcont could under
Htnud. The doctors came to the con
elusion that (he young woman wns :i
native of nn eastern country.
Consequently soinu piiifi'sors froi.i
the oriental school were called in, nnd
they were nil agreed that the gill did
not speak n correct language, but n
dialect. The professor of Persian held
(hat she t-poke a lYrwIan dialect and
that he imdnMund It. Another pro
fessor wns of opinion Hint It wiih an
Abyssinian dialect. A Iblid was con
vinced that It wns a Turkish patois.
Slueo the N.-iniis wi not allied tliu
police deemed It ne ovary to make In
quiries, with the roMitt that the stran
ger was proved to lo 11 Hungarian who
bad escaped from 11 prison nud who
did not understand a, word of l'erslau,
Abyssinian or Turkish. London Globe.
J.eech farmer), go about their bind
neni In nu Interesting way. Having
fenced and watered a sultablo meadow,
they proceed to now It with leeches by
scattering them broadcast on (ho land
from sucks containing 15,000 leeches
ciicli. All that Is now necessary Is to
provide fin the nop plenty of water
iwiil i!ini. of blood. The usual meth
od of piu Idlng tho latter Is to drhe
old horses and cattle Into the luclosute.
bill sometimes fu-ili blood from 11
slaughter house Is supplied. Phlcago
Wo ate tired of healing tho expres
sion, "Stood like a stag at bay." How
many ever suv n "stag at bay?" Is It
anything HKo thu way a cow stands
when a woman approaches with a pall?
".Sounded like 11 fog ' whistle"
should 11 l-o be dropped : horn Is
never hen 11 1 In Kin-. ' tehlt-on
lliilinplnii llnllooii Yum.
At (IriiJ!, In Slyrlii, Slgnor Merlghl.
an Italian aeronaut, ascended In hla
balloon to a height of considerably
over 10,000 fool, when the balloon
burst suddenly and fell. Atn distance
of about 10 feet from the earth Hlgiwr
Meilghl throw himself out of the car
lie bro!.e one leg and wns takeu up un
conscious, but living, and wns taken
to n hospital
llinliig the full ho wrote on a paper
found In the car, "Am dying contented
ly, hn lug reached my term."
Slgnor Merlghl states that at the
height of :t,r00 meters the balloon sud
denly swelled to an enormous size,
ind, though he Immediately opeued the
venlltnt nf. II Imrut with n tiimtmltiiw
crash and was lent open from top to
bottom. It formed, however, a kind of
dome, which served ns a parachute In
the tremendous fall that followed -
lie 'I li.' Wriilc on SI" lie.
What's that monolith In your coattall
pocket V" naked the ancient Kgyptlnn In
11 casual way.
The other ancient Egyptian paled.
"That's i letter my wife gave mo to
post!" he. cM'lalmed. "Thank you, old
man, for reminding mo of it!"
Whence wo seo that, while customR
vary foni time to time, man In bis ck
southl nature does not. -Detroit Jour
nal. I.-K"l Di-cIhIoii.
A borrowing stockholder in a building
and bun association whoso stock lus
been forfeited by tho association, In ac
cordance with Its rules, for default In
payment of dues ls not entitled to credit
un Ida loan for the amount paid thereon.
Amicus et UN. Versus People's ltiilld
lag and Loan .Woelatlon, IM Ked, Hep.
(U. S.), r.75.
Sometimes the Politic Iteaoffnise
I Them, nnd Trouble Follow.
"While I was nbscnt from my show,"
says n clrcns proprietor, "my manager
once engaged two boys with heads lit
tle larger than teacups. One of thctn
hnd n clubfoot nnd some tlttlo claim
of Intelligence," says tho Philadelphia
Saturday evening Tost. "Our people
had painted them to look like savages,
nd they were exhibited as the 'Aztec
Children.' One day when the lecturer
was expatiating upon these remarka
ble c'llldrcn a burly countryman
'"Hello, John Evans, I kuow you.
I worked in the harvest field with you
Many n day. Oh, you can't fool me I'
. "The 'Aztec child,' had been taught to
make no reply to anything said to
him, nud the lecturer paid no attention
to anything Bald to the countryman's
tntcrruptlou, but the countryman was
J not to be put down, and once more ho
I '"Say, mil Evans, maybe you thlufc
I don't know that clubfoot. Just come
"The nudlcucc was greatly amused
nt this, and the lecturer saw that be
had plenty of troublo on hand. Consc
'qucntly be called tho countryman asldo
and told htm that he was certainly mis
taken ns to tho Identity of the freak.
'Ob, no. 1 ain't,' replied tho obdurate
fellow, 'and, what Is more, you and
your whole shebang nre frauds nnd
humbugs.' Then the lecturer took an
other tack, gave the countryman 55
and thought tho incident closed. But
It wrb not. for tho fellow proceeded to
ppend the money on whisky and tell
bis friends of his discovery, with tho
result that the business at that point
Qenernl Bchnlk lliimer.
General Durgcr is one of the mili
tary geniuses of the Transvaal. He Is
now Raid to bo In command of troops
lenr tho eastern bonier of the icpublic.
One of Ilarrlson'M Jokes,
"Benjamin Harrison once played a
mean trick on me at .Miami universi
ty," said William V. 1'lshbnck. "We
boarded with n widow In Oxford, and
there came to bo a discontent among
the boys about the food not being sulll
clently generous In supply. A meeting
wns held In Harrison's room to arrange
n formal protest. Lots were cast as to
who should present the enso lit the
breakfast table. The ballot box was
stuffed, and I wns elected. I spoke nt
tbc breakfast table and stated that the
boys objected to paying so much for so
scant n menu. I expected to be sup
ported by the others.
"Benjamin Harrison spoke and, to
ray dismay, said: 'We don't know bow
Mr. Fishback has been living at homo
ho may have been n pampered son of
luxury but, as for tho rest of us, we
have no complaint to make.'
"And that disposition of fuu nud hu
mor never left Benjamin Harrison."
Warmth of Ulril' Mood.
Tho blood of birds offers some data
for thought not found In the blood of
any other class of aulmnls. The blood
corpuscles nre shaped differently, be
ing oval lustend of round. Hut this Is
not the difference to which I refer
Birds' blood Is several degrees warmer
than that of other aulmiiN. To man
such a temperature of the blood us
birds possess would be a fever. This
high temperature causes molecular
changes In the tissues nud brain to take
place more rapidly, which would cause
the consumption of more food, nnd
lira In activity would be more Intense,
so that for the same amount of work a
smaller brnlu would meet till the re
quirements, which nt a lower tempera
ture world require one of greater size.
: .-PUrenologlcal Journal.
w,i.u the nm.y iia. ci.i.iio...
' ls "u,e, ,t0 U' done when n
. CIlllll I1IIH COIIVlllHldllll CXl'Cpi IU pill II
as quickly as possible Into n warm
bath. Moisten n table-spoonful of dry
mustard, rub It smooth nnd add It to
the water In tho bath after the child Is
In It. Do not wait to do It before. Tho
doctor will order ono or two teaspoon
fills of sirup of Ipecac, until vomiting
Is produced. If the convulsion hns been
caused by undigested food. If from
nervous Inltntlon. its In toothing, five
or ton grains of bromide of soda ills
sclvcd lu water uiny be given. Ladles'
A Mj-Htery of tlir Sen.
A mystery with which tvi'ry Bailor
in familiar In tin- forniittlon of dust nt
sen. Those who nn fntnlllnr with nail
ing ships luiuw that, no matter how
nrcfnlly the ilwlw may ho waBlictl
down In the morning anil how little
1 work of any l:lml may he done iturlng
the day. neverthi'less If the ilecba nre
swept nt ulehtfall nn enormous quan
tity of dust will ho collected.
Fredtrck W. Ilankcy,
attorney - at- law.
Love Building, Fort St.
Rooms 4 and j.
Francis J. Hei ry,
looms 3 and 4, Love Building, Fort St.
. L. C. Atkinson and A. F. Judd, Jr.)
VTKINSON & JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
Offlco over Dlsbop a. Co.'a Bank, cor
Csjumnanu and Merchant Streets.
I! MoOANTS STEWAR1,
Ooiuipcllor at Law.
Progress Block opposite Catholii
Church, Fort Street, Honolulu, H. I.
R D SILLIMAN.
IPS Judd Building. Telephone 213
MARIES F. PETERSON
. : torney at Law and
" J. M. KANEAKUA,
Utornoy tnd OoiiiiBollor at!
Office: In the Occidental Hotol,
craer of King and Alakca Streets,
V. C. Achl. Enoch Johnson.
A OHI& JOHNSON,
vrrc.vnoys and Comwolors
Office No. Id West King Street
F. M. BROOKS.
Attorney at Law
3ireckela Building, Fort Street
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK, FORT 8TREET.
itimons, Physicians mi Dentists.
Dr. F. E. Coudert,
OF NEW YORK,
fteretania Street, opposite
Jffice Hours: 9:30a.m. to 12m.; 24
p. m.j 7-8 p. m.
"ldence: EnRleslde, Vineyard Street.
Diseases of Children
K, C. WALL, D. D. S., '
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Lore Building, Fort Street.
Sours; 8 to 4. Telephone 431.
Or. W. J. Galbraiih.
Offlco and Hesldonce: Bcrotnnla and
Offlco Hours: 9 to 10 a. m.; 2 to 1
p. in.; 7 to 8 p. m.
m WALTER HOFFMANN.
-iCRETANIA STREET, (opposite tho
t'elephono E10. P. O. Box C01.
Office hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
p. mi., 7 to 8 p. ni. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
Offlco: 202 Hotel Street.
OBco Hours: 9 to 12 nnd 1 to 4.
0- GO 'DON HOGGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE. QKDQE
.'OTTAGE. corner Hotel and Richards
itrrcu. Offlct boura: 9 to 11; 2 to 4;
' to 8. Telephone 1)53.
DR. A. fl. SINCLAIR
choot Street, botwecn Emma nnd Fort.
t'ouro: 9 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m.
1 10 1 p. d,; Sundays, 0 to 10 a. m.
A $6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2,90
Magnet's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A complete pletorl
1 cncjclorcodl ol
took contains mD
hitherto unknown 01
taming, control In
and educaUng bone
to coma, cattle
ibecp and mine; altt
poultry, dog. bee cul
li.re, Including thi
ca ro of fruit tree. W
i.aoo pagei, oti
and moit valnatili
world. It alto con
talm 17 tpecial col
ortd platei. If too
dealro Iblt bonk, lend
us our tpeclal offei
price, $2.90, and wc
will rornard the book
to you. If It It not
aatufactory, return II
and wo wl fl exchange
It or refund voui
noner. Send for out special llluitrated ratafoguo,
moUng the lowcat prlcca on booka, FRZB. We
ianeaTeyou money. Addreuallorderato
THE WERNER COMPANY,
Stfliint aat ICtulutvtri. Akron, Ohio,
(Tat WttM Cruir U UiMoufMj UU.1-E1I.
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Halo by
Hawaiian News Or,,
The World Register
Keops the Cash while you aro Imsy,
Try ono o
On Maible and Granite
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawr.
Haw'D Iroo Fence and Monument Co
641 King Street.
ERFEGT iiii.iii'iioNC moo.
RINTING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED Y ders until 4 p. m.
ROMPILY Saturdays. . . .
Tbe MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ot Fort Street.
THE HAWAII HER ALL
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HILO. N
Is a pretty
good paper for
$2.50 per an
Adve r t i s e r
who use its c
When Yon Want a Rip,
RING TJP THE
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
,.618 FOHT STREBT
Stiblo 'Pliono, W
Hacv Stand 'Phonos, 819 and 7T
O H BELUWA.
A GOOD THING
Obla, Algeroba and Fine Firewood
Cnl und Hpiit (rcaoy lortheBton),
STOYE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE thV BLtOn 8ANP
Lowest Prices, iiellvercil to any p-i
HUSTAUE & CO.,
81 Qatcn Htrtet.
Real Estate and Iasnraoce.
LJbiHJ and KlJi
New England Mutual lifb In
surance Co. of Btteron.
iETNA Fire Insurance Cohpaht
. of Hartford.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
PAtllfutir attention lvtn to Dtircblft t& tata l
Hiwillan Sugar Stock.
Loant Niglitlatad. Eattara anl t-oitlga Ska
403 California St.,
Son Francisco, Cal.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
X3T We win Bn or t-e'. teal Kfteteia
11 paits of the frronp.
OT We will Bell Vjoptrtlc on Keacca
OFFICE. 10 West Kinp Stwrrt
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve CbtnoMs Granite llltcltlug
Posts, So encb.
Proporty in town.
HOUSES TO LKT.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agen.
ouarcner 01 unci . .
" W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKEtS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mtmtxr ol Htwaltin Stock Cictunr.
Mclncrny Block, Fort Street.
OHAS. J. FALK,
Membor Honolulu Stock Excbang.
Room 801, Judd Building.
P. B. R. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
VIuancM Agint nid Collector
No. 0 Bethel St., near P. O.
JOHN H. SOPER
Ml ai Bond Wit
110 Merchant Strfcot.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stook and Bond Brokoi.
Musbtr ol tht Honolulu Slock Excsaac..
Offloe Quoen street, ojpoalt Union
T.ifplloB v P.O. Boi ttv
112 Hotel muket.
KAPA, CALABASHES, LEIS, NA
TIVE HATS, HULA SKIRTS. NIHUO
MATS, FANS, SHELLS, SEEDS. Etc
HOMEMADE POI, constantly on band.
Hit la H
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
KREE TREATMENT to tbo Poor of
For tnfurmution as to cards of ad.
1 iemon and to tho eorvlce, etc., eta.
tppiy at tne
Third Floor. Progress Block.
Subscriptions may be left with J. F.
UacKiem, L. O. Abies or Dr. Bloggett
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