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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, January 19, 1901, Image 3',
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nVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., SATURDAY, JAN 10, 1901.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
IN A LARGE VARIETY
W .. STOMACH
Many people suffer from ccnsllpatlon.
This Invarlibly produce stomach, liver
anJ lilJnev disease Constipation Is a
d.uiEsrous disease. Cure It with Jostet
tcr's Stomach Bliters. There Is nothing
better. It will not shock the sys'em and
It positively cures Indigestion. dyspeplJ,
biliousness, nularla, fever and ague. Try
It It may be obtained from any druggist.
See that a Prlvute Hcvenue Htiunp
covers the neck of the bottle.
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
J . J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially invited to
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kameliamehs
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. O. AchI Presidont A Manager
M. K. NakulD&.,. Vice President
J. Makatuai Treasurer
Enoch JounKon Societary
Deo. L. Dentin .Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
r ! V 1 T
of Mor'dern Days j
Tha forats of the njllrplicsi aro
thought to contain about Gut) speclou.
more than 400 being now known. There
are S7 species of palms, 22 of the oak
family, Including two oaks and 9 coni
fers, with only one true pine the last
named growing In a dense forest above
n height of 4000 feet In the Island of
Luzon. At lenst 50 species are valu
able. One of the most Important Is the
ylang-ylnng tree, yielding a much priz
ed oil, but others furnish cocoanutH,
gutta percha. varnish, many dye woods
nnd some line hard woods. A system of
forestry has existed thirty-live years,
llctween 20,000,000 and 40.000.000 acres
of government lands have been cared
for by about sixty-flvo foresters and 100
subordinates, and the regulations lme
been on the most scientific European
model. With usual Spanish laxity In
ndmlnlst'n'.Inn. however, chief atten
tion has been given to collecting li
censes and other revenues.
Composite photographs, combining
many plctun n eo a to get a typo face.
wero brought Out nearly twenty years
ago by Francis Onlton, V. R. 8. He now
advances the opposite Idea of analytical
portraiture, and nlms to record what
Is Individual In the expression by com-)
bluing different photographs of the
same face. Two portraits, for example, ,
show a man with normal expression
and when he Is smiling. On placing a
positive transparency of one picture
on a ncgatlvo of the other, details com-,
mon to both am obliterated, and the,
result Is that only the smile Is left. The ,
smllo proves to bo nn net Involving the
whole faco Instead of a few muscles
a discovery that will doubtless be fol
lowed by others as this art of analyzing
An Intercstlnb bit of our planet's
story Is read In Molssan's electric fur- J
naco. The metallic carbides produced
are like tho3o of tho sun and stare. I nnd other rhythmic vibrations, prodmu
nnd It Is thought that such compounds a soothing ctfect upon the nervous cen-
largely decomposable by water once tcrs that may deepen Into nctual nnnes
held the world's carbon. When cool-1 thcsla. Among striking examples re-
Ing formed water, tho carbides were re- corded by rjr.l). K, Word Is that of a
composed, forming hydrocarbons. Oxl- tired workman who. sitting down to
rest n moment on a railway cross-tie,
was lulled Into unconsciousness by tho
vlbratlonH of an approaching train,
and only awakened many hours after
ward when he found that his left arra
had fallen over tho rail and been crush
ed. The man had not been drinking.
It Is concluded that the vibrations must
bo uniform, rhythmic and steadily In
creasing In force, and that n suitable
metallic operating tnblc with vlbrntlm;
wheels should glvo harmless nnnca
thcsla as profound as thaf from chloroform.
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant nnd Nuunnu Sta.,
uIho HOTEL ST., opposite Bethel.
tube. When the current Is reduced by
sultablo iccl3tauirii, tho strtpo breaks
up Into glowing luteins and If tho tub
Is held uprlgi't. with the nnode upper
most, the patches ,51 cup themselves In
to n spiral, which slowly turns around
Its axis, making a t evolution In about
seven seconds. Tho wnvo lino of loiu
tlon appears to dcsiend. Tho screw Is
usually about an Inch In diameter nnd
left-handed, but Is sometimes smaller
and Is then right-handed, the pl'.cu
varying with current nnd rate of Inter
ruption. The murmur nf n distant wnterf.ill.
the patttcr of raindrops on the root,
WHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Pi.ino or Reading
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Alakca St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. UOX 144.
datlon gave carbonic acid, then vege
table, followed by animal, life became
The perfumesiof flowers are best ob
tained by distillation, but where high
temperature changes the substance tho
usual process Is enflcurago or absorp
tion with fats. Separation by solvents
has required costly apparatus. Hut a
new factory nt Krejus. France, claims
to uso carbon dlsulphlde. ncetono or
petroleum ether In very simple appara
tus, consisting of n tank for tho solvent,
ono for tho flowers nnd a third for the
solution, with steam worm, condensing
worm and pump. Tho steam hcut gen
tly distills off tho solvent, leaving an
extract 100 times as strong as enfleur
' J, Makalnal
l O. Bo 73 ItUni CormponJcnc. Solicited.
FINKE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OP CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -f- Tallore
Cleaned and Repaired
First Class Work Gimranteel
Union St. near Hotel koj
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
C0 CENTS EAOH
On sale at office of . , ,
THB . . .
J. W. Blplkano.
Tbo above Company will buy, loase,
or sell lanJj in all parts of tho Hawaiian
Islands; and also has house. In tha City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
XW We will Bn or (,ll Btu Zstatels
UI puts ol the group.
Or We will 8ll Properties on Season
Me Commissions i
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Flexible lithographic plates aro made
In the unique observation of Chap
lain J. T. Ilalnl of the Hrltlsh army, the
zodiacal light and tho moon were seen
together, the moon, within 10 boms
of new, being lighted only by earth
shine. This Indicates great transpar
ency of tho South African ntmosphcrc.
Uterc feliealfh indicated fy
f amiumi vail
Witfv & stomach-trouble-
Pure-beer. usedwith any.
Its an ideal tonic and .
Beverage t aids digestion.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Jutt Arrived ex. Zeulandin !
.A LARGE STOCK OF.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel Brunswick Cigars,
AWARDLD GOLD MI.DAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, 1900.
by Thcodor Koeblcr by coating thin and that the zodiacal light Is beyond
sheets of wood, celluloid, pasteboard or
other material with a paste-like mix-
turo of kaolin, zinc white nnd water- Tho regular meeting of tho Drlck-
glass. The dried stirfiue Is found suit- j layers' Union wilt be held this ovenhn.
able for receiving the lltho;iaphlc de
Curloijs nnd striking Is tho new elec
trical vacuum phenomenon of n. Huh
mcr. Tho air Is pumped from n glass
tube about three feet long and 1VS In-
nvery member Is requested to bo pres
ent as Important business Is to ba
Real . Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
Rjuts collected. .
.nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
its, Pins, and an extensive variety
401H FORT 8TREET.
Do You Suffer from lumbago, rheu
matism or swollen muscles? If so,
procure at once n bottle of I'AIN
KII.UCU nnd follow tho nrlnted direr-
dies Induction coll just forms n spaik tlnus. The lcllet Is Instantaneous as
of six Inches through the nlr In prof- Well as lasting. No necessity to suffer
erenco to tho tube. On passing a street ' when n remedy such ns 1'aln-Klller Is
current of 110 volts, broken by a ' '' " "' ?lxty years of sucess spenltj.
... , ,, . , , . , , , . for Itself. Avoid substitutes, tlicic Is
kitiiucii iu(ciiiiiii.-i,u uiiun .-un.li-.)t ono ian.Kincri ierry Davis,
extends throughout the length of tho irlre 2Jc. and DOc.
CAPTAIN JAKE'S STORY
OF GOD'S SUGAR CANE
1 What-Run Down ?
M Holiday Hours unci
73 MtirU Work DIU It.
M EASY TO MEND WITH
33 SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
H A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
51 l!5o Uottle SU.50 u Dozen.
S3 ONLY AT
HONOLULU nRIIfi COMPANY.
ItIa A. H. Otis. Von Holt Block, King Street. 0. A. Bierback
While driving nlong tho upper road In South Kona, Hawaii, with a cou
ple of my children, Cnpt. Jake, an old resident nnd former sea captain, mado
us a present of somo sugar cane. Among the sticks was one of a kind I had
never Been, nnd I nsked tho captain Its name.
As tho history of that.cnno Is prouably but little known even among ku
maatnas, I will hero reproduce as nearly as I can remember Oapt. Jake's ac
count of It given to me there and then.
"Years ago there lived on the beautiful Island of Kauai a man named
Koolau who enjoyed tho respect ami good will of both foreigners and na
tives. This poor man boenmo n leper and fled to the mountains fearing he
(should bo taken away from tho bosom of his family to tho leper station on
"At that time tho government of tho Islands had been usurped by the I'.
O.'s, a strnngo sort of people who believed In tho rule of tho fow over tin
'"This P. O. government declared war against Koolau, nnd an army was
dispatched to either mako him prlsonsr or destroy hint, tho army consisted
only of Infantry and artillery as tho enemy's fortress was Inaceesslblo to cav
nlry. "After considerable bloodshed tho defeated I'. O. army retreated to tho
safo quarters of tho capital and left the enemy In possession of tno field. Tint
during tho protracted slego tho poor outlaw suffered terribly from hunger
and thirst, and one night ho longed for a stick of sugar cano, a luxury he used
to enjoy when lie was n man llko ot'ier men.
"What was his surprlso when he left his cavo In tho morning to seo n
largo bunch of sugar cano growing at tho entrance. Tho canes wero long nnd
thin, nnd sweet, oh, so sweet, nnd ho had no trouble to hold his stalk In hta
poor maimed hands when ho could nqt havo managed n larger stick,
"I was," (so Bpenks Capt. Jako), "on Kauai nt tho time, nnd heating tho
story I went nnd got a short piece of which I brought to South Konn where I
planted It In my garden and took good care of It so that I now have a number
of bunches growing, and I call this cano God's cane,"
sspfiinl " f I Hi m ' "" V i
k in i I' -i ''4
"If you don't waut whiskey to get the best of you, you must get
the best of bisV.cy."
" 1 do bdy, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
T H R EVENING BULLETIN
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