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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1002.
VLamaaamKryW'nSSSKSJ' 'X. 'JHffi5S'Z3Si
HAPPY OLD MEN
Can youth be restored? tcs, nil but
the years t will guarantee to restore
the very essence of otith to men who
hno nged before their time, to men
whoso blood is cold, whoso step Is
slow, who feel haggard, decrepit,
spiritless and full of nches and pains.
To such men Electricity Is the "Foun
tain of Youth," and as lnfued Into
tho body by Dr. McLaughlin's Electric
licit It brings Jo) fill vigor.
A CURE OR NO PAY.
That's my plan. It costs jou noth
ing If I fall. Let mo pour the life
giving, glowing warmth Into your body
while oti sleep at night, and In a few
months jou feel lino a jottng two
"I never felt better than since using
your belt. It has done wonders In my
case." ltlchard W, Miller, Btlttonwil
low, Kern County, Cal.
READ THE BOOK H
My book tolls how I cure.
I will send It I'llEE. Sealed.
Dr. M. H. McLaughlin,
702 Market St., Snn Francisco, California.
I ' .1M& A
who Is contemplating the purchase of an)thlng In the line of
METAL DISPLAY FIXTURES, Show Cases, Etc., for windows or
Interior, cannot afford to buy until he has consulted us.
We take measurements lor flxtittes of all hinds, metal signs,
wood or metal grilles, etc , and (It them properly. If there Is any
mistake, remember that
We Are Responsible
Cull n.itl 8:e Uu About It.
near corner of Emma
Instruments Filed for Record January
M Kala II Mnhuneih.
A. lieu rill Hninnkiiii Mill r i
J A Svmsun uiiil lm T
Jtt M iithon I Anthem
I II nthnn T Antlum
l J A Ambon A '1 Aotlimi
A A T Anthoti -M. S Urliihnum .
To Ltd . D
Tr. O.ihu I'ollegi -i: tl Keen 1)
Chun let thim Tin . . I,.
W It Caslli I. I'lguciadn D
K I. Kuhlnii it al -l.au San ( lml. 0
I' Horn Worn in At llawn Invpst
meut Co Mtg.
M J I'.inu and wife M C Per-
rclni . . D
Instruments Filed for Record January
M. Klaha Hutchinson Sug Plln.
L. C Abies C Spree kids K. Co
C. Sprockets Co Vang Chung et
al . . . Hcl.
Hojnl llnwn Motel Co Ltd Allen
H Itohlnson Ltd . Mtg
E M. Iknlkn A Metinll tr Vtlirn
E M lkalka-ll I'oeke . O
EDWARD H. HARRIMAN, THE RAILROAD MAGNATE WHO
LIKES TO PLAY JOCKEY.
When be Is wearied f I lie Mruiigli mime In vvhlili gtent riillrmiil propi r
Ikk nre the panii. Mt V. II Ilimiiu.iii Hie mull who succinlci! In chctkliig
Morgan unci IIIII Ill.r- In steal nun) In his stuck fiinu III Orange count) N
, fllmli tutu ii nlk.i mid IiiihIIi- line nf Mm fnt tliunmgliliriiN for n Ten
heurM. While Mr Ilniiliiiiiu inn li.inllj lie suld tu lie iih iint u Jncke) u ln
It a flninclcr. be known a good liuic uiul iiiiikixtiiiiils bun tu ill he u pud)
trotter on a truck.
JOYS OF THE WOMAN
WHO WON'T EAT MEAT
"Only I was tired, tired all the time, i today I preferred a cold meal and I
and growing Irritable nnd petulant. had the most delicious Thanksgiving
odious In rait. I gae sme wakeful dinner I overate, and I hae since ai
night hours to a consideration of my compllshed nioro work than I would
situation. A sudden change In tho hat a done In a whole dn under old
wicther aud a swift return of lumbago i conditions.'
combined to help mo to my decision.
Without telling him. I went uway from
home for a little while and talked to a
frlnd who was living on a diet that
was free of all uric acid making quail
And arc jou a iiunk about eer
else? My doctor talks exercise to tin
until I hate to hear the subject kiiIiI
n tinrllv In.Tv.
I "Nut eating meat, I do not rt quire
to take so much exercise. hat 1 eat
Lines of Travel.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this line will arrive and leave this port as hereunder:
'whnn mi itnrtnr saw me nirnln 1 I caslli digest, and I lime not of no
had given up coffee and tiled several cesslt) to walk miles cnih da to aid
uttltutcs, and had not liked an) oi digestion And since I did not linvi-
them I hnd ceased to eat flesh or uric add III m sjstom now I r.iroly
foul in an) form, hid given up sugar feel chill nnd enjoy what I mv.r
.mil was tareful not to tasti ntntblni, could take, n dall cold plunge
thnt had nlrohul In It "Heavens'" exclaimed n niruius
'So, my friends I conquered tho dvspeptle woman near her mid
,ff.... nml ihe mini hiililiH In n tort plunge In such weather' liuklHli
Sight nnd this was six months and . baths lnp onlj one drawback for me
more ago. I am now perfect!) well. nnd thnt Is the cooling ofT. I slioitlu
Der fntlgued full of energ) nnd ell- die under jour regime"
thuiiasm, and so Impatient when 1 see "IVmt eat meat and oull change
people eating meat nnd drinking wluo""' nilnd. Tho world will mei be
nr c. n nr ..if. ,. thnt I nm nut Hitfe tu n nice place to lho In until men and
have around at dinners " , women decreo the nbolltlon of tho
You look twi-nti enrs joungef smiiguier nousr. imu cue-re netir win
than you did a year ago cheerfully ' any iiuiinnemtiiiH in our mes un
You have paid for two or three homes during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. s v- k-
Recorded January 7, 1902.
M . K I'errj , plan and sum,
1 17-100 uciph land, Mnuoa road llo
liolulu, Uahil Hook J.' I, pniji' tb.' Dat
ed Jnnunrj 4, 1'jv
Kecorded January 8, 1902.
I'ang Chung and wilt tu Lum
Soong, deed, one eighth Interest In
portion Ap 13, Kill 1'i.yii', eorupr Ku
Mil nnd l'ort streets one eighth Inter
est In leasehold, Kurt street, Honolu
lu, Onhu, $1 and mortgage $I0O Hook
2.11, page IT Dated September JO I
Hun I lei J to I N'oar, deed, one
sixteenth In portion Ap 11. Kill losoo. !
curner Kukin and I'uit stitets, onn h
sixteenth Interest In luasehold, l'ort1
street, Iluunlulu, Oahu, $ltbi'C6 and
mortgage J.'i'iU Hook 234 page IS. I
Dated January I, 190.'.
W f Anlil nml tlfp In P I.nl I
deed, lot 21, block 0, Knplolanl tract,'
llonnlulu Ualm, joou. Hook J3I, pagu
Jl) Dated .Innuarj , 1'JOJ
II i: Wnlty to J. V. Austin, chat
tel mortgiigu, leasehold, King Btreet,
Honolulu Onhu, J30.00U Hook 230,
page IS" Dated Ortobei 23 19tl
Hank of Hawaii, Limited to W C
Aelil, pattlal release, lots 1, 2, 3, 4,
11. 12 13 15 and 1G block l, lots 15.
lb, li IS mid 19, block 5 Kalulani
tract Honolulu Oahu, $ H Hooh
S3", page 18't Dated Januarj S. I'm.
V J White nnd wife to C Ilrown
niortgagc lots ," 77 and 7S l'nwaa
tract, llonnlulu Oahu, (2250 lluok
23o. pige V Dated Janunr i Ituj
Recorded January 9, 1902.
It II ln nib and wife to S C.
Allen c battel mortgngc. lenscholu
bullillncH etc mar Vlneard street,
Honolulu Oahu Ji.ilQ Hook 232 page
29 Dated Jiuiiiaij S, 19U2
S K Ka up mid wlfo to A. (!arlo,
mortgngp, portion Aps 1 nnd 2 It 1'.
3378. Kill 717' leasehold. Kailhl, Ho
We have now on sale lets In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu. This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
passes through the property. For any further Information regard
Ing prices, terms, etc., address
ISLAND REALTY COMP'Y
204 ,IUDD BUIL.DINO.
iV, A WW'." ' ' ' y n
rr ' ....)-- i - . t. 7 4 - -TM
At the er.tranci
to the Famous
lao Valltv. ami
eaiy access to
volcano In tht
for Tourists and
MAUI HOTEL, oTL,.
A. T llACIlNKAMP. Mnnnfjcr.
oIIS Ii CUIHflE
ITIOM SAN FHANCISCO.
VENTURA JAN. 22
ALAMEDA FEB. 1
8IERRA FEU. 12
ALAMEDA FED. 22
BONOMA MAR. 5
VENTURA MAR. 211
ALAMEDA APRIL 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
SIERRA JAN. 21
ALAMEDA TED. 5
SONOMA FED. 11
ALAMEDA FED. 26
VENTURA MAR. 4
ALAMEDA MAR. 19
SIERRA MAR. 25
ALAMEDA APRIL 9
In connection with tbe sailing or the atiovo steamers, me agents are pre
yared to Issue, to intending passengers, coupon through tlcketB by any rail
road from San Francisco to all potutB In the United States, and from New
Jork by any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co, Ltd.
GENERAL A0ENT8 OCEANIC 8. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaish
Steamers of the adove companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about the date below mentioned.
announced the bachelor of tho party
"And jou hne the walk ot a girl,
nan the utterance of another man
'And the form, too," said another
"Your cjes nro bright nnd your
cbekH are glowing with health," cams
from another of tho guests.
"And now tell us what you do cat,'
said tho hostess
"Oladly, nnd first of all. t will men
tion fruit all tho kinds that so load
down tho center of this table, bananas
and grapes, pears and dates, oranges
"Then I ent nuts, almonds and pp.
cane, tho two best nuts. I think.
til each nnd ocry one of us renllzen
tho dreadful Injustice wo do ourMhei
In eating meats no less than In drink
"My health now Is perfect nnd for
tho first time In my life I rei,el In a
senso of complete physical freedom.
My rclcnsp from dlseaso nnd pnln Is
as great ns It would be had I been In
prison and escaped to llbertj All my
faculties are brightened.
"I think quicker, reason better nm
mnro hopeful, cheerful, serene M
cc8lght is growing natural You ha
nil seen me wearing glasses for jenrs.
Now I nm nblo to read for periods
uitnnut them, and I shall boon put
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
PEKINO JAN. 18
GAELIC JAN. 28
HONQKONO MARU FED. 0
CHINA FED. 14
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
NIPPON MARU '.FED.
.K,. ,.!.!, II,. ...nmnl Cnrnl.hn. n,n ulll! i tUCm nslctO fOT gOOd
o material that is the best boon 0( "My 1'alr that was falling out nt nil
anv times Is oung nnd lgcirnus now. and
"As to diet I ent wholewheat bread, ,lll,'"c" hairs about my temples are
and oatmeal and gluten, aud graham ,lnrle,r nn'' 8tr"nK'r na the older
crackers made by egetarlans, becnuso ;""" " "' ' cue ens
they do not uso Inrd or baking powder. y"vr" 0BCU lnV w-r' n-as pale nnd
ond I ent a bread mado of a Hour p. i,,y ;"'" ,.,..,,.
peelully prepnred for such as I, and "er jr.ecuy, me sum is smomu
tucli bread as Is a revelation I.1".' nanus; i iinu some wnnhles
You hae a n genuine sensat on In "" ' ""'. . ",u " "Vr " nuinuer .My
tinlulii, Onhu, $5U0. Hook
31 Dated Janunry 8. l'JU2.
W C Ac hi and wlfo to J F do
Costa depil, lots 21 nnd 29 block 9,
Knplolanl trnct Honolulu, Onhu;
tlOim Hook 229. page 331 Dated
Jnuiiai) 7, 1902.
Recorded January 10, 1902.
II Kualll to Hun Kwong Slug Com
pany, lease, portion Grant 101, Ma
lion, Honolulu Onhu, ten years at
Jfiil Hook 228, pago 443 Dated Jan
uary 10, 1902.
Wahcn to Wo Hop Kel; lease; lot
22, Kakaako, Honolulu. Onhu; elgh.
rnrs eight months at $f.O per J car.
Hook 228, imgo 144. Dated April 21.
M Hareto to P. V Ryan, deed:
portion Grant 3185, Knllhl. Honolulu,
Onhu, ir,00 Hook 231, pago 144
Dated December 20. 1901.
GLASSES CHANGE WITH
Why the French Claim Their Cham
pagnes to be the Best Ground
Fertilized With Soldiers
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. 8. S. CO.
H. HrVCKFlBLO & CO, LTD. AGENTS.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail
Steamers of tho above line, running In connection wltu the CANADI
AN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver, D. C, nnd Sydney, N.S.W,
and colling at Victoria, D. C, Honolulu and Drisbane, aro DUE AT HONO
LULU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
-njoy if ou hao not eaten of this
staff of life And I hac learned to
make It I, who nocr tried to makn
blend In mv life before and who neur
CO'llcl be Induced to learn the art of
cooking In any of its brnnehes
'And I hao outgiAwn my fondness
for butter, since I limo como to know
and ent food that Is really food. And,
to sum up, I have acquired a new
tiiBo tho sense of natural taste,
o'lt tho use of stimulants llko tea and
coffee, pepper und other condiments,
good food taBtes ns It never did be
She was lite at the ThonksgUing
dlnniir, but when sho did appear sho
rtclved the warm wclcomo duo hcl
litulthy, rosy uv&clous looks.
Report sourseir to my guests and
oposo the folly of which yon hnn
b-en gulltx all tneso montns, said tna
Oladly, she leplled, "If our friends
want a hlstni of ni summer In tha
From Vancouver anu Victoria, B. C.
(For Drisbane and Sydnoy.)
AORANQI JAN. 18
MOANA FED. 15
t-rom Sydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, D. C.)
Through Tickets Usued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and
d all general Information, apply to urope. For Freight and Passage nn
Theo. H. Da vice & Co.. Ltd., GcnMAgentw.
voice, which was alwa)s clear. Is now
exceptional in its power, and I can
sing without weariness and better
I "I reud, tud, work, plan nnd exe
cine, ami nil witn a vigor I never
i Knew until I gave up meat nnd othei
wrongiui tilings." New York Sun.
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
Proven oil lands, completely sur
rounded by as rich oil producing wells
as there are In tho State, yielding from
6U to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices for oil at tho Coo!
Inga wells, 70 cents per barrel.
With twcnty-Qvo producing wells oi
100 barrels each per day, you can
make your own calculation as to
J most distinctive vessel in which tlM
! ruinous witn Is served This saueer
on n stem, .is it has been lalbd has
'nlwni, mid In tumu onn nlas wll!
I be popular espielall) fur polite socie
ty tor its form permits tin drinker to
gel the wine without the unpleasant
.neccsslt) of Introducing his nose luto
I lie glass or else tnrowing nnrK Ills
hind Neither of these things is nl
lowed In polite soclct). so the shallow
saucer like glass with a slender stem
has remained In favor, though Its
Ehnpc has changed from time tu time
During the present ear the old
fashioned glnss, which was used by
our grandfathers, Is again coming into
fnblilon for general use nnd is sup
plnntlng most of the more elaborate
glasses which have held the Held In
recent jears Most of tho glasses
havo the hollow stems, which give a
loDg distance for tho bubbles to rise,
but which nre cordially disliked by the
men and women who have tho enre ot
city and how I overcame my sins. As. ".' , '""u.lr' '"oram is ic
you nil know I missed nil tho music u Infancy, yet many fortunes have
nnd social lift or last winter because bccn made by judicious nnd lucky In
I wns crippled with rheumatism vrouuemn in on biock. iuany more
"When I wns not bent double with will bo made In tho near future
lumbago I had swollen linnets nnd The average advance on original
kDoes, and the three months thnt I sales ot oil Block In twenty lendlnc
spent without going nut of doors mads companies In California has been
me resolve to get well or die from Jl to $108 per share.
"My phtstilnn told me tnnt my ss , oil lands have advanced from J1.26
tcui was fill or nili nrld and urged to $1,000 and $2 000 por aero,
that the onlv n to be rid of thli when the Pacific Union Oil Com
enemy was b dieting lie sijld thnt pay ,ag n number of producing well
coffto and ten helped to make uric t proncrty, tB BWLk will have
aelii. that meat wns nlsn a factor In tno Hnme ghow for ovcn a grcator a
riiKlndng It and that then, were ot her Btoc,( na8 a(lvancoj
biert.uga," 3 ;;,, that mad; ,f J, Uj "f'
Ic mill lor me And he ndvlsed . '" " " ""'""
ML HI U,S
DOWN IE M
Ur Ilussel, In his letter to tho
Hoard of Health elsewhere mentioned,
'Since. Hording to sectlou 1f nf tho
Orgnnli Act, I have no right to hold
an) commissions I beg to t etui u ours
mi cnncellntluu At the same time 1
enll nti r attention to section 11 of tho
Instruitlons to Oovcrument ph)slelaus,
according to wnlcli Dr. Charles Ulake,
having rurnlshed a substitute, contln
ucs during bis absence to rcmalu the
culy eommlssioneii agent of the Hoard
of Health in this Olaa district. Thero
lire, no other commissions can bo Is
sued as long as tho term of his leave
dec not expire, and ns long as he docs
not tender his resignation, or was not
removed b your honorable Hoard for
cruse. Therefore, us well as for thu
capon that the appropriation for tno
Ooernment ph)sieian for Olaa like
all others, Is made on condition that
Government physicians should have
their residence In their respective dis
tricts, I believe that tho commission
Issuid to I)r Held Is not valid, be be
ing unable to reside In two districts.
I also beg to cnelosu a written authorl
zutlnn to me from Ur Charles lllako
to net In his stead, enulvulcnt to a
power of atlor&e). While section lb
of the Orguule Act forbldB my holdlug
anv commission, It does not lu nil)
Champagne, the sparkling wine ot
IVnnr. wMph linn lielil ItH nlnt o fol
centuries while other wines came and them, for the hollow stems are hard to
went, Is always given tho placo or hon .Keep clean.
or, whether It bo at a bar, a banquet, One of the present day favorites 1
or nt the dinner tnbles of those fortu- tho "tulip glass," which is a broad
nate mortals who can afford It In ac-1 bow led, slender-stemmed nftalr, and in
cord with Its place on tho high nltnr or mum coioreu mis menns urn u
the wine connoisseur, the sparkling an Imported glass and that tho men
beverage Is generally served in styles who make it havo n secret process by
of glasses which are reserved for It .which rainbow tints, made or dry cob
alone, soys tho New York Telegraph, ors. aro mixed with the molten glnsj
Perhaps It Is the strange old trndl 'and later are baked or burned Into the
Hon regarding the origin nnd naturn skill like bowl. Tho secret of this
or the wine whlih has aided Its evl- process Is carefully guarded, but the
dent charms The beverage takes Its results are nioro than pleasing to the
name from tne province or France', eye. ror the glass, when It 1b turned
where it wns llist produced, nnd over to the importer. Is nothing morn
where. Indeed It Is contended by ex. .nor less than n hollow bulb, or shell,
pcrts. It Is still produced in Its best or ever changing tints This glass dt
Quality According to tho tradition, spito Its beaut) ot shape and tint, does
which Is devoutly believed by tho vino not find favor with man) veteran
glowers or the provlmo or Cham-ilno drinkers, who like to quench their
pagne, every foot or the soil ot that assorted "thirsts" with the German
fcitlle province has been soaked with champagne Why the styles In cham
human blood, and this growsomo for- panne glasses change It la hard to
tillier, Jacques Honhommo nnd quaint, .till. No one can give a definite nn
ly garbed wHo contend gnvo tho soll'awer unless It bo tho manufacturer,
tho peculiar quality It undeniably pos-.l" kwi placing new shnpes on the
r l..nlnl rnirhan. In .lln,,llnln 1 1, .1 Irml.
Whether tho tradition Is true or not.
tbe story or the 2000 years or fighting
which went on In this province nddi
a certain charm to the sparkling wine.
Tho provlnco or Champagne lies In thu
fairest portion of Franco and was cag
erly rought ror through tho middle and
dark ages, ticsiues ncing tno uattie
giound or somo or the great struggles
between Itomnns nnd Cauls, and be
tween the Cauls and tho Oermnns In
antiquity Modern armies bavc tramp
ed over it and shed their blood on Its
soil, and tho evidences or history go
rnr toward proving the bonBt ot the
peasant or Champagno that his land
wns fertilized ror all time with tho
blood or lighting mm, nnd that on
that soil nlono enn tho wine or wlncB
be produced in Its purlo
So much attention tins neen given
no salaried ofllcors. and Is controlled
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Pacific Coast.
8. 8. OREGONIAN, 6,000 tons, to sail about Dee. 20.
S. 8. CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to sail about Jan. 20.
8. S. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to sail during February,
From San Francisco S. S. HYADE9, 3,000 tons, to sail Jam 4 for Honolulu,
Freight received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street, South Drookl)ii, at
all times. For turtber particulars, apply to
C. P. MORSB,
General Frelnht Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd.
tbe uric nc III tor me
n n.k. ... . n. .....I I. ..I. ...., I.
ilir- wutu iii , ,ii inn i ii,, ... i. ... . .,.,.
I wish I hn.l llstcnul to him and y well known gentlemen ot Integrity.
tbn acted nn the ndvlie he gavo me who will see tnnt the money dorlvcd
but I dl.lnl Coffee I iiiiild not glvc'irom me snie oi biock win uu icgm
up 1 said I hud used it nil mv life
drinking It ile.ii. und I hud tried to
live n dnv through viltboiit It nnd had
'Two mine months nf innipnrntlve
F.ittcrlnc p.issed nml the spiiug found
mately applied to tho development ol
For further Information, apply to J
II. FISHER & CO., Stock and Dond
Urokers, nnd Hawaiian agents for tho
sale of n limited amount of Pacific
:nc wearv of myself though I wns no , union Oil Company stock. Stangon
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
Ioiimt n ninrlvr to lumbago Mv doc
tor had siived mo as lar ns medicine
lould, nnd li Ills m.iiiiiKemeut I wa
bs well iii iiMial bv Muv
"And what did von ml fen vour
Thunkstiivliig dinner (lint was differ
cut from this niie )uii retumil to share
"In tin lit Ht idnip I ate mv ilium i nt
o'llorl. ami slinll nut ent nsnlu until
tomorrow iminilnu ami It was sim
pler than usual twin lieinusi I hnd
so mnnv things to do Hut I ute all
thnt I ilPhind
"I hnd n bowl n wlunt llnlo h nnd
iienm some honev nnd ei.iekeis and
tome dun nnd n b.innna "
"What mi minis nut vegetables no
en'roeq nn ii mil j ?"
"Nn I usiuill) cat vegetables, but
wnld building, .Merchnnt street.
mnrket perhaps to stimulate tho trade.
This may bo the cause. In part, and it
is also probably In part duo to the mi
nan craving for chango, which drives
the fashionable world from one ex
treme to another with amazing rapid
Notice Is hereby given that intcnt
Ing passengers per Steamship MO
ANA, duo to sail tor Vancouver on
tho 15th Inst., and per Steamship
AOItANOI. duo to sail for tho Colo
nies on tho ISth Inst , must apply for
passage by tho former bout not later
wa) lutcrfeiu wltli my civil right to . DcnB0 ti10 t,lt,8 of lH men that nt
ait as u substitute to an)body undei lcngt n ,i(iZpn intromit styles of
pmptr authorization, nor with the Bin,SP8 havo hi en made nt different
right to practice medicine granted to timeB from wiilth to drink It They
uu b) license nnd Involving tho right lnr) wijci) rrom the squat, thlek-
ot consulting usblstlng or substituting Riemmed henvy glass to tho tall, slen-
an) collongtio In his professional du jcr. Crnecrul erne with (lowers ground
tics Neither does It forbid me under u, Miirfur,. tietweni the two
pioper nutlioilzatlou to draw l)r nt)lc the vnrletles aro almost Infinite..
iiiiiku s suiury nir nun unci in ins inline uut um) uc. grouped Into tho dozen
No new lommlssloiis, peimunent or kij already referred to Somo of
temporar) need to bo Issued, nn ac thorn arc plain, somo of them nre elab
ijulescenee with the substitute rur 0rntc Hut all thnt Is, nil which aro
nlslied Is all that is necessary 0r the best quality havo ono attrl
"As a matter or fuct. nelthet Ur tc In common They all ring when
lllako or myself would object to pass tapped with a wooden pencil, giving
tbe substitution to nny regular practl- out n clenr, bell llko sound,
tloner residing In Olna, should thero The) are, or ought to be, clear as
be any Unfortunately, besides knhu distilled water, and look as cold as
nas Christian Scientists, und those oiganlzed charity. They range in
practicing homeopathy, there are no I price rrom 75 tents to 75 n dozen the
ntherB We regret the llbcrullt) of the I cheaper ones being used nt banquets
examining board issuing licenses to aud publli dinners, where the) arn
such persons, thus encouraging super apt to bo broken, whllo the costlier
stitlon und deceit at public expense, ones nre kept by connoisseurs nnd
nnd preventing the coming and sot , wealthy people ror their private table
t II tl ir of ii rti'liltir nrni t Itinniir fn tlm Tl.. ..w. ..! nn.l I,,-,, ,,linliali..
rfl fll.,.. I,i 1.1 axt !! 1 n)illian !.... .. .... I. .'
l lll imiunius " "" i'... w ic strict Htll II were l)r makes l. n a tlin I lit inllnmi il nffii r with
phv was overheard In a Inrmyiinl In g,umjB w,fi he requested me to act n stnr In the bottom This glass re
tlie east or Knglnnd tlm other da) jn i,H Rt,.lu nj m riaBons for nc nmbles n tumbler In shape, and the
ill. . .... ... . n-H fniil i mtl Ii u lln I . . , ... ...
jiiint'D, iii) ouu, . .. .....I. ""fcpiiug ii ,vs a rcpreseniativu I take
sioou inixiiig mini mm V.1HUI, ,.- n.u tlilH opportiiiilt) to expiess In the
than Mondny. the cUli lust
to priivldlng the wine suitable sitting , the latter not later than Thurhday.
1110 Kill InSI l ,. A1I:V. AU1UA
I.IAN STlIAMSIill' l.lNi:
TIIKO II I)AVIi:& l CO. l.TI).
20.1G tf Agents.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Ono Hundred Dollars (JlOrtOO) ro
ward will bu paid to nny person giv
ing Information which will lead to tbe
arrest and conviction ot the parties
who stole a registered mall pouch
rrom tho steamer Klnau on or about
Saturday. December Slst.
0 U WI01IT.
star Is miide lu the bottom to muse
the wine to effirvesce mure fieelv
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The undersigned beg to advise ship
pers that until further nonce the rate
of freight from Sun Francisco to Ho
nolulu hv steamers in (he OCCANK!
SiKAMSIIIP C'OMPAW will bo 3 t
per 'ton NUT
WM 11 IKWI.N K I'll, 1.1 II
(Jeiil Age nth On unii Ste.imship Cu
lioni, lulu ununiv lu r.iii'.'.
I name or the people or this district luy than It otherwise would
what I'm a cloln' oil
' Yes rnther ' repllid Janus, ")ou ro
a pouring water Into thu milk '
So I'm not James i in u pouring
inllk Into the water So It an)boy
nves vou if I put water luto tho milk,
Jllll tell em no ,III18 SUCK 10 tnil " .lll innalilcr It n Clilnr Ir Hie ti u nru milt In l,. Ihn i.rnnni llili,,.
Iiutli Jnmi'b Cl"',nt1"' lH"ul e''o'8h. Uoaid plenses to mall the cop) of this again In eight hi tin )cnrs The sail
l.ti, I.I,,' lu , imu " H-ll lllla i ....... ... .. ..
' " """" .......... riiniinui icnnon in u i aiiii lor lienern I. ler snane. wuieii vvbb tne in uiniii
ttornev Cenernl, nnd the Uourd of champagne glass, Imu nlways. In one
protist ngnlnst such pnllc) of tlm
iio.ud of exnmlni is ns well ns ngnlnst
an) appointment!! bv jmir honorable
Hoard of persons wno liavo theit rest
clc lice elsewlic re
is In over) thing else fashions in
cliampagiie glasses var) from time to
time nnd cuiuu round In r)rles 'I he
Linus wiitch lu fasliliinnlilp tnilne will
I go out of uso ror tho must part In a
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month. I Medical Uvamlnvrk."
Joriu ur nnothci, held Its placu as thu
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for hull 1.
ings, business property and residences.
llulldcrs will do tell to consult llow
rrs lit regard to watchmen.