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v WE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JANUAR 4. 90i.
IW W ' mMI . k. !. 1 1 WH '.w, m qi
"V rkkw A1
(f n. s. sachs dry goodsj co., ltd., are ,(f
fv now snowing a sgienaia lot ot Jfi
ff ladies muslin underwear, which ' (f
f for style. and. elegance has rneYerfl (f
. been equalefowhile the y.alues are (f
(f everything to be desired, in con- f)
(f junction with the underwear will M
M be shown a select lot; of infants f
(fV and children's dresses and gowns,' (f
f also a lot of reefers and coats, do (f
f not forget that we, sell: r and g (f
fix corsets, the best corset made. , H
n.s. sachs dry
i awl INC mW
Visitors are cordially invited V
call and Inspect our gallery of life.
size royal photos, from Kameharaehi
I. to date.
At the Old Stand "
On Fort Street :: '
Just Received '
a New Lot of . . .
Key ; West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P. O. Box 151 hltnl Correiponidic. SollclWl.
FINKE & ASBAHR, '
Have removed from Mrs. .Winiami'
Undertaklne Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN CANE, opposite the '
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers,
GHA8..0B1HEK . :
G. 1. 6R0TE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
ClASS - WORK GUARANTEE!
Union St.'' near Hotel t hoo
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
HOTEL STREET, mm Fort
Hot nnd Cold Bntlm, 25ct8.
Mrs. D. W. Roach C. A. Rldlnger
40 v ears 1 practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Office with the Hawaiian
Iron Fence and Monument Co., 179 to 180
S. Klnc St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 654. 82-3111 Lincoln Block
if, .',iMrv.i ,f"1
goods co., ltd.. fl
Uj. W Ii".
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. 0. Achl President A Manager
M. K. Nakuln&. ..;?. Vice President
J. MaVslnsI ...;".. .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Geo, Ii. Desha; Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane.
The abort Company will bay, lease,
or nil Unit In all partis of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has houses in the City
ot Honolulu tor rent.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
REAL 8t ATE
WtvUlB rf2lBd btaUtt
a ot the snap.- " ' -
.11 parts ottbs group.- " -KT
iblsOommlssIoui . , 1 ,
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSESTO LET.
iv "m ?t tt
Real Estate Agent
ADStractor ana a
.Searcher of Title r
N Loans negotiated
Rjnts collected. '
Uflice with H. F. Bertleman, Contractor,
King St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
lyork at CALIFORNIA PRICES.
WE make a specialty of constructing
Cement Side Walks at very reasonable
Flint Ran Against
a5 Very Nervy Boy
Captain Harry Flint ot the water
front Dotlce had an exDcrlence early
. Hi VV 1 1 CV.. -
yesterday afternoon that he ,wlll re
member for a long time as being one of
the greatest' surprises ot his life. Ho
Van told tarl'ln' the morning thata
boy employed aboard the Prince Al
bert, now In port.hsd deserted the ship.
Tho little,' fellow ;was described as be
ing nan ungusn ami nan unincse ana
Flint started out on tlie trail. He w.is
said to have gone out Into I'alnmn.
Evidently, the boy knew that Flint
was a police, bfllccr for. fas soon as he
saw him coming, lie. started .to run and
gave j the officer a flno chase of about
four or fire blocks. Flnt Is somewhat
of a runner himself nnd Anally tlrp'.t
the little- fellow out. As he was about
to make a grab for him, the boy sud
denly ducked under the big fellow,
caught Wm by the legs and threw him
over his head.
Flint was a very much surprised
man for he had'fackled big. powerful
fellows before and had not run up
against such nerve In such a small fellow,-1
Ho thought that, by a little
watching on his part.;-he could soon
get, hold of tho boy. ' He picked him
self up, oft the tgrojind and made a
fresh start for the deserter. It can' bt
Imagined howi surprised he was when
tho boy squared off like an adept In tho
art ot self defenso and waited for thi
big police officer to make the first nd
,vnn$o. When Flint got near enough.
the boy hit him' In the ribs and then
gavo him another blow In tho chest
Of course, these blows did not hutt
tho captain of the water front police In
the least. He did notmake any attempt
to strike tho boy as some men would
have;done, knowing full well that If ho
started In In earnest, the little fellow
would soon be powerless. Ho could not
help admlro the pluck of the boy but
still, business was business, and his
orders from headquarters were to cap
ture the little fellow and return him to
tho ship. Keeping a good lookout for
any more attempts at escape on tho
part ot the boy, he closed In and soon
had htm prisoner. At the police sta
Hon, tho boy appeared to be"vcry much
frightened. From that place he was
taken to the vessel. Flint has not
finished jet telling of the grt nnd
nerve of tho boy.
Switchboards for the handling ot
electric currents have, grown In size
and complexity with the increasing
puuer of the modern, dynamo until
they nre now- highly Important, and
costly adjuncts of electrical develop
ment. When the telegraph Mas the only
application of tho current to practlr.il
purposes, the switchboard consUtcl
of ntwooden board with brass strips on
It, between which metal plugs could be
Inserted so as to connect them in any
desired combination. With the Intro
duction of electric lighting nnd tho
use of currents requiring conductors
of large size for their safo conveyance
the necessity for.some better mrjjjs ot
connecting the dynamo with the vari
ous circuits it has supplied, and of con
necting two or more' machines to work
together arose, and the development of
the modern switchboard began. .Heavy
copper switches took the place of ths
little plugs, and many varieties of ac
cessory indicating safety and measur
ing apparatus were added to the equip
ment ot the board. 'Since, the breaking
of a circuit was often attend d n Ith
powerful and Intensely hot Hashes,
wood gave way to such materials ni
slato and marble, which nre now in
universal use for thru purpos". As
higher and higher prtsvjrei developed
and Itnvler sur-wi .came Into line,
scnin of tho hujwi ld.ints crn found
to ltnulrn switches bo l.irse and lii'ivv
that moving them'by hand was out ot
tho question, especially nH the high ten
sions used mado handling the switches
at all more or less .dangerous. At tho
Niagara plant tho great switches are
nanuica uy compressed air, 1110 i"T
ator of tho board 'manipulating small
faucets or valves, as required. In tho
power'houBo at Massena.JN. Y., now
nearlng completion, tho system. Is rvin
moroTperiect. Compressed nlr will bo
used to movo tho switches, but Its con
trol wUI be by means of electrically
worked ralves, the "operator having
bforo him a small keyboard of push
buttons by which hi wlllirontiol nlm
lutely an btitp,utpf,79"l u9r3 P'1"
about flvo tlma'n much 3ts is devel
oped by 'tlie main englno of n first class
Tho America Maru of tho Toyo Kl
Ben Kalsha (Orlenta'l Steamship Co.)
Is "duo tomorrow but It Is possible that
alio .may arrho In port soroo time to-
uuy. 1 uu uireciurs ui inu iruuiiiuu
Issued orders some time ago to tho
masters of, tho steamers to sparo no
coal In crossing tho Pacific. When the
America Maru left hero for San Fran
cisco Captain doing fuly expected to
mako the trip In five nnd a halt days
but, owing to tho weather he occupied
six days' on the run.. She. will bring
four days later news from tho Coast
und also n heavy mall.
'TIS SALT MAKES
t i Chicago, Dec. 25. Tho Ilecord tomorrow will sayf Experiments on
turtles have convinced Dr. Jacques Loeb and Professor D. J. LlngleJ phy
siologists at the University of Chicago, that common salt in the blood mak'ei
tho heart beat What Is more, they da Im that not only 'floes salt keep the
heart In action, but that It possibly may cause the heart to beat again after
it has onco stopped. For several months Dr. Loeb and Professor Llngle
havo been experimenting to secure tho necessary result to prove thelr'theory.
They have conducted a scries of delicate sclcntlflc'tcsts bearing upon the pul
sation ot the heart and today made public the anouncement that the results
they had obtained verified beyond doubt their theory that the presence of salt
In the blood caused the beats ot U14 heart.
Dr. I-oob and Professor Llnglo claim that the fallacy ot the early bellrf
that the heart beats because It Is full of blood was quickly shown when 1
strlp'of a turtle's heart was suspended In a solution of sodium chloride and
a regular series of beats began. Separated from all nerve connections, the
lifeless strip of heart muscles responded perfectly to the presence of the salty
solution. For weeks tho experimenters worked to ascertain what qualities
salt possessed to cause this rhythmic beating of the heart that were not
possessed by calcium or potassium, the salts of which enter Into the compo
sition of the blood. Thoy found a solution of the problem In the fact that the
action of sodium chloride, was due to tho peculiar character of the sodium.
In making tho Investigations they discovered that pure sodium chloride so
lution was destructive of heart tissues, and by mixing calmlum nnd potas
(ilum solutions with tho sodium so'utlons they found that the poisonous
effects of tho chlorldo were destroyed.
' AT THI!
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuuunu Stm.,
also HOTEL. ST., opposite Bethel.
'HAT More Suitable 'Xmas
than one of those Handsome
DATE" Electric Piano or
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office and Salesroom,
Alakea !t., Hakai of Merchant St.
?. O. BOX 144. "PHONE" 00.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Juwt Arrived ex. Zealandla
A LARGE STOCK OF '.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARDED GOLD MEDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION', tooo.
w B H
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd., t..
mmmtmm99ammmmUVmtmVm;mmgmmmmirnm ,, jj n ! nsii 1 i
I YvnaiKun uown; ;qi
m Molldtiy Hours and HI
H l-lard Work U1U It. BBI
IH a. H I
M F?,a zvr in MFTNir WITH H
S3 SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
1 A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT. I
3B OKi- Rnlf SlQ.fin n nnwn HI
m ONLY AT I
1 HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY, 9
Wji.A.H.OUs, Yon Holt Block, Kiiig Sheet. 0. A.Rierbick.
HBgL. i,.i.L L .- - iwu-jjj-jm.IB
i ii 5 ".i
i n a c.v e rs i ruy bULLc in
THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY I'AIMjR
A KlONDYICe fOR AUVtkTIStRS jtjAjtjt&jtjtjjt I
I 1 V
THE HEART BEAT
. ,.i.m.m - foiwlii' - li"" -
winds, ptjsictus nd Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Roo , i
Ortici, Main, jl).
HOURS I, A. M. TO I. P.M.!
I TO 1 P. M : T TO I P. .
P.O. BOX Sol. SUKDAVV to P. M.
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Beretnnla Street.
1 to 3
SUNDAY-? to 1 1
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removed to tils new office and resl
Jence, Bcretanla 8t nearly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS J nmln I, nSm
1 0:30 p.m. to 7:30p.m.
TEI.. Main u6
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Jis rt-ODtr ed his office at . .
36 Emma Street
9-1 1 A. At.)
a- 4 P.M. f
7- b P.M. J
QR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Reldence: Cornsr
Bcretanla and MlPer (treets.
lorries Houss: I ton a.m.
i to I P. M.
j to I p. M.
SUSDAVS O')0 10 IIIW A. M.
TSIEPHONB ).' WHITE. n;i
H WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STREET (opposite t'ha
Telephone 510. P. 0. Box, SOI.
Office hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sundays, S to 11 a. m.
OR. ALBBRT E. NICHOLS
Office for ths present with Dr. Anderson,
Alakea St. near Hotel.
Office Hours i 8:30 to 4
4. C. WALL, D. D. S
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Lore Building, Fort Street
Hours: 2 to 4. Telephone 434.
Ben and lint Dealers.
Ixroiiiii, AND Wholiiaii
Viie ana Lipr Dealers.
AfMU lor Ik BoRM RilaUr Bmt ol tMOl.
No. IB Nuuaku Btkkct
ttr Block. Honolulu, Hawaua Isusd.
P.O. Bon it. Mututl TtlwhoM r.
OONSALVES Ac CO., Ltd
rTHOLEBALE GRO0EB8 AB1
325 Qaeen Btreet, Honolulu, H. 1
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'd
:ornr All A Fort Ste., Htnttolsj.
(Late JIM DODDS.)
Hotel Street, Hear Fort.
Has Just received a Isirge consign- '
in First-class Order.
No Beer to Burn, '
But Beer to Beat the Band.
LARGU INVOICE OP
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It lias'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com- -
Ing every month.
L. II. DEE, Prop.
ttOOM NO. 10, HPHKOKKI.H BLOO&l
PltaUtlon Work HporUlty.
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