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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOOTLU, . T., SUNDAY, FEnnUAtlY 16, 1902.
WHAT THE BRIDE NEVER KNEW
HINTS FOR THE KITCHEN
IN THE GARDEN OF LOVE
A man walked unconcernedly
through life, loving none, und being
locd by none. One day lie passed the
Garden of Love, and out of curiosity
"I'm n fool to waste my time," bo
said: "I am sure there is nothing hero
sultnblc for me. And yet I have heard
many tnles of this Harden or Love, of
the many flowers to lie found, and of
the beautiful fragrance they Impart to
life. No doubt there are many weeds
here. Tush! I'm growing sentiment
al. These tales I have heard are.
doubtless, of the fairy kind Imagi
nary. No doubt the flowers are here.
They nre beautiful to see. hm pluck
them, and they fade away, leaving a
few withered leaves."
He tumed(to go away, but some Im
pulse dragged him hack. and. half con
temptuonsly. he passed In.
In the Oarden of 1-ove were many
flowers, some brilliant, some flaming,
some giving forth sweet smells, others
Here were pure, white lilies, looking
stately and cool. As they nodded in
the wind they seemed to suggest that
none were so good as they. The man
"Too cold, too cold " he said, "the
pure body Is there, but the warm soul
He passed on. and presently his at
tention was drawn to a rose, a beauti
ful, rich, red rose. The man stopped
"How beautiful'" he said. "How
this rose would sweeten n man's life."
He was about to pluck It. when It
seemed as though the flower shrank
from his touch. The man paused, then
sighed, and passed on.
"The flower Is too pure." ho said
"and my touch Is contagion. The
rose hail body and soul, but no heart."
As he passed round the garden
there were many flowers he saw. and
sonic he touched. Some of them fell
to pieces at his touch. They had nelth
er body, soul nor heart. One stung
him. It was n weed and poisonous.
He was about to go away when a
flaming red flower (a poppy) drew him
toward It, Its leaves were open wide,
ns though It would lay baro Us wholo
self to tho man's view. As he looked
It seemed as though the flower beck
oned to him. Ho paused a moment.
The flower was so alluring, so tempt
ing, that he felt Inclined to take It. Yet
he hesitated, and then n mist seemed
to form beforo his eyes. His brain
became Intoxicated, and be reeled Ilka
n drunken man. In front of him wns a
blaze, n glare, a nothingness, mid In
the center the brilliant, flaming poppj
displaying Its body charms. It seem
ed to him that It cried to him to come
and pluck It. and. with a cry. ho
stepped forwnrd and stretched out his
hnnd. He felt the hot passion of life
run riot through his veins, and, sell
Ing the flower, ho was about to pluck
It, when for a moment the mist passed
away, and he saw, a little distance olf
Hidden almost out of sight, seem
ing to shrink from public gaze, the
modest flower arrested the man's at
tention. Ills hold on the poppy re
laxed, and In a moment he had releas'
ed It. For a time he stood unconscious
of all his surroundings, unconscious ol
i-verv thing save the violet, and then
the sun came, out In all Its glory, and
ns his rays fell on the pretty flower
they glistened on a dewdrop which
rested on Its dark petals.
"A tear," the man thought, "a tear
of pity, and 1 I was attracted by
that." And he turned toward the
The violet seemed to raise Its head
and look at the man, who. with a thrill,
not of passion, but of love, stretched
forth his hand and plucked the flower.
She was a rosy, healthy, buxom prai
rie belle, In town from her father 9
ranch with her mother and making
those very Important purchases that
go to make up a bride's equipment.
Neither she nor her mother made any
secret of the coming wedding or tho
object of their shopping tour. It was
a great event In their lives nnd they
took the salesman In the general
store quite Into their confidence.
"Now," said mamma, when they
had bought n bill that was going to
cost papa many a fat steer, "now wo
want the very nicest thing you've got."
Tho faithful salesman began to pull
down the stock. He exhibited all the
prettiest things he could find, but
nothing suited the garments were all
too plain and unornamcntal to suit the
demands of tho mother and the bride-to-be.
There are limitations to a cow
town general store stock, but there
are resources ns well. The clerk was
a man of Ideas, nnd when almost nt
his wits' end one of his bright Ideas
came to him. Excusing himself for a
moment he went to another part of thn
store, rummaged among the boxes nnd
came back with a gorgeous thing of
laco and Insertion nnd filmy fabric.
"The very thing." declared mamma.
"Why didn't you show us that In tho
"Do!" exclaimed the girl; "of course
they will do. They nro Just what wo
wanted." So tho clerk calmly added
200 per cent to the cost price ho found
on them, packed the garments In a
box and sent the mother nnd daughter
on their way rejoicing,
"Say," said tho salesman to tho pro
prietor when that gentleman camo In
half an hour later, "I Bold them funor
al shrouds that you got stuck with.
Sold 'cm to a bride for her trousseau."
Hut the brldo never know. Anacon
da (Mont.) Stnndard,
want to look nt somo night gowns. We
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In the great Oarden of Love many
men wander about seeking flowers,
and sometimes finding weeds. Intoxi
cated by passion, they cry out, "La
Vie," only to bo sobered by "La Mort."
Hut If the weed entangles, tho flower
sweetens, nnd many men And In the
Garden of Love that which tends to
mako men men.
The advantages of electrical transmission of power are numer
ous, but tho more Important may bo treated under tho following
2. Convenience and Flexibility.
3. Saving of Power.
4. Sanitary Improvement.
5. Increased Output.
6. Decreased Cost of Maintenance.
A full explanation of tho abovo points will be cheerfully given nt
our office or wo will call and see you.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
EWIIL T. DREIER
"I think there bo six Rlchmondt's In
The electrical field haB only one
each plcco can bo grounded
without extra precautions.
It cannot rust,
there Is more to tell
and I like to tell It.
CONTRACTING AND CONSULTING
Office, Room 8 Magoon Bldg.
Telephone Blue 281.
Big Furniture Store
While waiting for our new store In tho SachB1 Building to bo
completed, wo have moved temporarily Into tho FISHER BLOCK, op
posite LOVE BUILDING, whero wo aro prepared to sell tho same ex
cellent standard of furnlturo as wo have always made It a point to
Our temporary quarters are very handsome and a visit from you
will bo welcome
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plsher Block, opp. Love Uld,, Fort Ktrcet.
Tel. Mn In Ull.
A Lady's Tangle in the Court
Throws Doubt Upon Her Name,
It may be Brown, Smith, Long or Short
Which Husband can she Claim ?
Oh, how absurd! Come, let mo see
Who' am I now. nnd why!
I wonder If I still am me.
Or If 'tis only I.
1 thought that t was Mrs. Gay,
It seems that I was wrong,
Ilecause the mean old Judges say
To Potts I still belong!
Or I may still be Cleaver's mate ah; that would be a shame!
I do not know Just who I am, I cannot tell my namo!
1 went to South Dakota for tho breaking of my fetters.
And now they may arrest me If 1 open my own letters.
Now. what If Smith should come along
And claim admittance here.
With Ulack and Drown, nnd Weeks and Strong
Oh. dear! Oh, dear! Oh, dear!
I wonder If I'm me or not "
Alas! How can I know?
I may bo one the world forgot
To think of long ago!
Another claims tho name engraved upon my card how mean!
It's not my husband's manly arm, perhaps, on which 1 lean
Instead of living hero nt ease as dashing Mrs, Gay
I may be Just poor Mrs. l'otts, tho horrid Judges say.
Alas, the mix they've got us in,
Those horrid men In gowns! FviT "V'
It's JtiBt n burning shame a sin
To juggle up tho Drowns
And Dlacks and Smiths and all the rest,
And bring confusion I
Know not upon whose manly breast
My head should fondly Hot
And, oh, when Gabriel blows his horn and calls my namo aloud
How shall I recognize myself in all that motley crowd?
How shall I gather up the threads of all my broken fetters
And have my linen benr. at last, the right Initial letters?
New York physicians havo confess
ed to a serious nlarm In connection
with a now habit adopted by fashion
ablo women. The motivo Is tho Im
provement of the complexion, and tho
means adopted Js camphor eating.
Tho number of camphor caters among
well-to-do classes In this and other
cities would, It Is said, causo a sensa
Hon If known. Of course, the prnctlco
Is carried on secretly, as far as pos
sible. The Idea seems to prevail that
this gum, taken In small and regular
doses, gives n peculiar clear cream!-
ness of complexion, and scores of
oung women buy It for this purpose.
Tho habit Is, moreover, very difficult
to cast off, for camphor produces a
mild form of exhilaration and stupe
faction; and In many Instances, where
very largo doses havo been swallow
ed, tho hnblt has become a sort of
slavery. Camphor caters all havo a
dreamy, dazed and very listless air.
and In most of them there is an ever-
present longing to sleep, or, at least,
to rest. Extreme weakness generally
followB tho taking of regular doses;
and cases have been seen where It has
been almost difficult to tell the effects
from those of alcohol. As to the com
plexion. If a ghastly pallor bo an Im
provement, camphor certainly pro
duces It. New York World.
Rice and Chicken Pie.
Well butter a plo dish, parboil a
chicken and boll somo rlca In milk
flavored with an onion, popper and
salt. Place somo slices of lean ham
In tho plo dish; on this put somo of
the chicken (which must be carved In
neat pieces), fill tho spaces with rice.
He pent tho layers, covering the top
of tho pie with rice, pour a cupful of
cream or good white Btock over, scat
ter bits of butter over the rice, and
bnkb carefully for three-quarters of an
hour, taking great caro that tho rice
does not get dry or hnrd. It may bo
necessary to add a little more butter
to prevent this. Dcfore serving the
pie garnish It with chopped yolk of
Swltt Cheese Cakes.
Dlssolvo In a littlo milk half a cake
of the best chocolate, add to this half
an ounce of castor sugar, a small pleco
of butter and tho yolks of two eggs.
Stir this over the flro until It is as
smooth as thick cream; If it seemB
thicker add a small quantity of extra
milk. Lino patty pans with nice
short paBto, pour In tho chocolato mix
turo till thrco parts full, and bako till
set and tho pastry quite cooked. When
done spread each with a littlo merin
gue mixture, and just bake a minute
or two to see It.
Prepare a short pastry crust, adding
to tho flour one-half tcaBpoonful of
baking powder; then mix up and roll
out one-eighth Inch in thickness; dip
fancy cutters In flour and cut the pas
try, piercing with a small circular cut
ter holes only In those which will bo
used for the tops. Uako a delicate
brown In a moderate oven, and vhen
cool spread with any Jelly, jam or mar
malade, Placo pierced tops on. Three
fancy cutters will not como amiss In
the kitchen of any household.
Put Into a basin a pound of flour,
six ounces of sweet dripping or but
ter, four ounces of brown sugar, half
an ounce of ground ginger, and a quar
ter of an ounce of good mixed spice,
or, If preferred, of cloves or nutmeg
In flno powder. Itub together until
fine, llko grated bread; then add three
well-beaten eggs and twclvo ounces of
be only half filled, as It will rise con
siderably. Hnko In a rather slow
oven; nothing containing treaclo
should bo quickly baited. A couplo
of ounces of finely shredded candled
peel or half an ounce of carraway
seeds may bo added to this by way
of n change, Tho reason that ginger
bread appears what Is termed "close"
Is due to tho presence of treacle. For
"rlsp" or "snap" gingerbread add suf
ficient extra flour and sugar to mako
It stiff enough to roll Into a paste,
which may be cut Into squares nr
rounds, and baked on a greased tin
In a gentle oven.
To one pint of celery cut Into small
pieces add one-half pint of shredded
cabbage; sprlnklo with salt and pour
over It a mayonnalso dressing; gar
nish with white celery leaves.
Quick Coffee Cakes.
One cup of sugar, two eggs, one
half cup of butter, one pint of milk,
three tenspoonfuls of baking powder
sifted Into enough flour tp make a bat
ter as stiff as cake batter. Pour Into
a well-greased baking pan, sprinkle
melted butter, Biignr and cinnamon on
the top nnd bnke for half an hour.
Line patty pans with a rich plo
dough and bnke. Fill them with the
following nut filling: One pint of
milk, two eggs, one ounce of flour,
three ounces of sugar, ono cup of
finely chopped nuts. Heat the eggs
well and add to tho milk. Moisten tho
flour in a littlo cold milk, add It with
sugar to the mixture. Cook until It
thickens, then ndd the chopped nuts.
Fill the patty shells, cover each with
a meringue. Drown lightly In tho
oven. This Is KUfllclent for twelvo
In following exact recipes It Is saf
est to weigh tho Ingredients. When
Bcalcs aro not at hand a rough esti
mate of weight may bo gained by the
following measures: A teaopoonful of
salt, a tcaspoonful of brown sugar and
a tablcspoonful of flour are about
equal to one ounce. A quart of flour,
a quart of butter and a quart of loaf
sugar are each about equal to ono
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III ON MORALITY Wllo
But De Wet Raises Cain.
"I'vo been told that tho soil Is very
fruitful In South Africa."
"That may be, but there's one thing
It Rcems pretty hard to raise on It."
"Tho IlrltlBh flag." Philadelphia
pound. A quart of whlto powdered
Beat vigorously; then stir In sugar Is ono pound ono ounce; of
small tcaspoonful of carbonate of brown sugar one pound two ounces
soda dissolved In a winoglasBful of mako a quart. Ten small eggs and
warm water. Stir tho wholo for a eight large ones are equal to ono
minute, then pour Into a shallow pound. A common tumbler Is half a
square tin, well greased, which must pint; 40 drops a common tcaBpoonful.
An adult man In Idleness requires
to obtain fiom his food for tho sup
port of his body about 2 1-2 ounces of
nitrogenous matter and 19 1-4 ounces
l of non-nitrogenous per day. If, how-
The statistics disclose the very These rolls Bcrve as a good variation
gratifying fact that In ten years th" , from sandwiches to serve at a rcccp
genernl death rate has decreased from tlon or collation. It tho rolls aro rnls
19.6 per thousand to 17.8. This re-1 cd with yenst they must be small and
markable decrease Is In the cities, delicately baked; If made with baking
where tho rate has fallen from 21 In powder they must bo short nnd tender. I over, tho snmo adult Is to work In tho
1890 to 18.G last year. The rate In For surprise rolls havo tho sheet or I ordinary way tho quantity of nltrogo
the country has been about stationary, ilough not over one-quarter of an Inch nous matter must bo Increased to 4 1-2
having been 1B.3 in 1890 nnd 1G.4 In thick, cut In rounds, put n teaspoon of ounces nnd the non-nitrogenous to
1900. This extraordinary decreaso In creamed chicken or chopped ment on I 29 14 ounces. In tho enso of active
ono side, moisten edges, fold over and
press slightly. Salad rollB are cut
round from dough about one-half Inch
thick; when baked press a smaller
round cutter into the center: tnke off
the top for a cover, discard somo of the
crumb from tho Interior, fill with
tho death rato of cities has been duo
chiefly to Improved hygienic condi
tions. In tho country a corresponding
gain has not occurred. The figures
show that consumption Is no longer
tho most fatal of diseases, pneumonia
having taken Us place. DeathB from
consumption havo decreased ovei 20
per cent, while a greater relative de
cicaso Is recorded In the case of diph
theria and other diseases. Tho dis
eases that show an Increaso aro chief
ly those Incident to advanced age,
death from old age Itself showing an
Increaso of 20 per cent.
Subtle Mr, Gray.
Greene Funny that Black Is away
from homo bo much. You Know, he
thinks there's no woman In nil the
world llko his wlfo.
Gray And bo he Is ready to put up
with nny other woman s company who
comes along' I see. Boston Transcript.
labor the amount of food needed must
be Increased to Borne G ounces of nitro
genous and somo 35 ounces of non-ni-trogenoiiB
Water is absolutely essential to
health. It (IIbboIvcs and conveys oth
er foods throughout the system; It as-
chicken or lobster salad, and press the slsts In removing waBte products, and
littlo cuver on. 1 It also takes a share In regulating tho
Bot,h theso rolls must be fleshly .temperature of tho body through Its
baked. Sweet cream makes a delicate evaporation upon tho skin. It Is not
salad roll. Sour cream If properly ' going too far to say that most men and
handled Is oIbo good, but few cooks women do not drink enough water to
understand how to counteract Its acid- keen tho kidneys In a healthy and act
Ity and most of them uso too much 'he condition; for an adult eight
soda, which gives a coarse-gralneu, glasses (tumblers) each day la-uot too
uiiicr-uavoreti rou, wucn cream is mucn,
but slightly Bour, equal measurements
I of soda and cream tartar give excel
lent results. If milk Is taken for mix
ing add two tablespoons of melted butter.
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MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED.
Postofllcc Hox 57
BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY. ALL WAISTS MARKED
BELOW COST. GALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
A. A. MONTANA,
Lending Dresainnldng Houhc and Millinery Pnrlors.
Arlington Block, Hotel 8t. II. Pi DAVISON, Mnnofier.
The Proper Thing.
"Yes," remarked Mrs. Newly Itlehe
when speaking of her daughter's mar
riage, "wo did not sparo expense. I
gave tho caterer and the florist nnd
tho dressmaker all carriage blancho
In tho matter of money." Brooklyn
Mrs. A. 1 sent my daughter to a
cooking school to fit her for marriage.
MrB. B. Was the experiment a suc
cess? Mrs. A. No. Tho man she was en
gaged to found It out. Judge.
Electroplating of Aluminum.
Tho galvanic plating of aluminum Is
well known to bo attended by great
dlfllcultles. There Is obtained, for In
Htance. by gold plating with certain
baths, very flno coatings, which, how
ever, mostly como off quite easily.
Cowper-Coles, In fact, used that phe
nomenon for tho production of sheet
gold. According to Mies the plating
succeeds In ordinary baths after first
dipping In a solution of sodium phos
phate, and magnesium sulphate acidu
lated with sulphuric acid and also con
taining free phosphoric acid.
One More Break.
She heard tho chime 'twnB 1 o'clock
Hark! What was that? Sbo sat
Ah, somo one picking at tho lock.
Sho did not ponder did not wait
Sho flung tho door njar and there
They met with many a sob and tear,
And when ho spoke 'twas to dnclurc:
"Th' cablcsh bioko og'n m'dear."
Bad for Tom.
"It Is reported that Tom Heed
taken to smoking clgarettea."
"Giadous! And Just tho other day
a Southern Judge Bald he wouldn't be
lieve a cigarette smoker under oath. '
Clovelnnd Plnln Dealer,
"It Is not the fact that a man ha
riches which keeps him from tno king
dom of neaven but tho lact that
riches have him."
"Is this cracked wheat, Jana?"
"I dun know, mum; I ain't looked
nt It or toehed It, an' If It's cracked,
It wuz clacked aforo It como hero."
The Truly Rich.
1 take him to be the tiuly rich man
that lives upon what ho has, owes
nothing, and Is contented. For thero
Is no determinate sum of money, nor
quantity of estate, that can mako a i
man rich, slnco no man Is truly rich
Unit has not bo much ns perfectly sa
tiates his desire, of having moio; lor
tho deslro of moro Is want, and want
is poverty. Howe.
A London physician has mado care
ful calculations nnd sayH that tho
nverngo waltz takes dancers over
three-quarters of a mllo. Tho squaro
danco loprcsents n dlBtanoo of half a
The Profit of Sharing.
I said It In tho hillside path,
I say It on tho mountain stairs
The best things any moral hath
Are those which every mortal shares
The grass Is softer to my tieucl,
For roBt It yields uncumbered feet;
Sweeter to mo tho wild roso red,
Bccaiiso It makes tno wholo world
Now an Inventor claims to have dis
covered a way In which two persons
using a telephone may seu each other
as If standing faco to face. If this
thing goes on tho peoplo will yet de
mand that they bo furnished with an
Invention by which they can communi
cate with each other by thought with
out taking tho tioublo to talk. Cleve
land Plain Dealer.
SHREVE & CO., San Francisco
To facllltato trado with tho Hawaiian Islands, will uellver
all goods purchased or ordered of them, frco of all charges
for transportation to Honolulu or returning samo to San
Francisco. Goods will bo sont on selection to those know
ing the firm, or who will furnish satisfactory references In
Jewelers, Gold and Silver Manufacturers,
Market tr Post 6t., 6. F.
Illustrated CATALOGUE and prices furnished upon receipt
of request. We havo the largest manufactory of Jowelry
and Silverware west of New York City, and are prepared to
furnish special designs.
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The Germania Life Insurance Company,
OF NEW YORK.
raid to Policy Holders since 18C0 for Death Claims... $24,373,469 6fc
For Matured Policies 7,507,608 27
Dividends and Surrenders 13,699,134 37
Mrs, Urowno I didn't know your
mile, nnd tho galop betwoen two and son was at college.
three miles. Thoreforo, tho evening Mrs. Malaprop Oli yes; lio's been
ball means a tour of something llko there two curs. Ilo's in ihe sycamore
fifteen miles. class now. Philadelphia Press.
Total $45,571,212 29
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
1170 River Street.
Bet. Beretnnla and Puuiihl.
Tel. Blue 841.
P. O. Box 1)78.
lubber Tires put on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TmckS. Rcpnlr Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
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