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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T., SATURDAY. FED. , 1002.
E. O. Hall
THE EBBING TIDE.
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Saved by his
MIND READER. HYPNOTIST
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TAINMENi OF MIRTH,
MAGIC, MYSERY AND
Warren tho )oung Moimon Wlzaid.lth.it these, ttue stiougbolds or pirates
King of thi HnndcutfB and a company In the liuecntieeiltig chits but this so
of Cleter Performers.
An Entertainment to Please All
Glean, Wholesome and Enjoyable
Price, CO cents, 75 cents and $1.
Reserved seats on salo at Wall,
Nichols' on Thursday morning.
GRAND EXCURSION andPIGNIC
TO KALIHI PARK PAVILION
TIchctH 81, ndmlKslon to itroundH
TrnnHportutlon ltotli Ways
ROYAL MALT EXTRACT
The great Intlgorator and tonic
It Is what tho musing mother needs
It Is what the ofllco worker needs
It la whnt tho worklngninn needs
It Is what eter) body needs who is
tired, weak or depressed
It stimulates brain and foody
Order it nt onco: that tired feeling
will not wear off without help, and
- ROYAL MALT EXTRACT U the best
possible help you enn have
Get the genuine, tako no substitute,
25c per Bottle; $2.50 per Dozen.
fiobron Drug Go.,
Mttlo chicks nro nllowed to die,
eggs get scarce, tlio chickens mnko
dry eating, etc. These mlstnkes nro
otiKtnntly made, font need not occur.
will Increase tlm quanttt of eggs mid
make heng lay regularly. It cures
thicken cholera, roup, gapes, worms,
ilieumatlsm and nil diseases
N'o poultry raiser should do without
Piatt s I'oultrv Tood
What it does for chickens It docs
for nil Kinds of poultry Tho oldest
ami most reliable In existence Call
for n package and try It.
& Son, Ltd.
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When the t nlte.l Stnlpa Iijim n'tnilr.
d the Danish Islands oft to the east
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ir. n.u. mi, i. iiiiiiiiimini. oninn
an,i me mota loinnniic History 01 an)
In the most ldrtuiesoti, nnd rnmnutln
archipelago on the face of the earth, '
'.says the New York Conimerilnl-AdtPi
tlser Ht 1 liomas Is the nnnc of u
nation Island extending about tlilr
vm v - mMStrz
ffiti I- A " -'"s" SS- S5?
ct Tiintiir riiAmr
di. niUiiiiio msm
teen miles east and west, upon whoso j that In fiituie warfaio ,in the seu8,
tropl, slopis sugar iilantntlons Hour Imiimiiiiliio bmts will phi) it tery
Isned In the old dn)s of slate labor, pionilin nt put In the system of ua
but it is (omuionl) used ns If deslg P"' tadhs which has been etolted foy
nated the seapoit whose real nnnm . hiindiids or )enrs of Hen lighting,
Is Charlotte Amalla The harbor Is fuse small IncoiispluioiiH boats will
on tlm south side of the Island, nlmost
circular and nenih landlocked, mnk
lug it a sr linh d ii-fuce but It Is ileen
'anil falrli Kimrlnim nn.l tin. Inii rites
I upon ttt rates along the slope or an1"'"' The I lensel) wealthy sea-
aniplth.atie looking like n stage plc 'coast cities which liato tiemblcd at
Two old buildings with towers upon
.the Hanking heights are known as the
castles of lyackbeaid and Illuebeard
ITbeif. Ik ti.it til nir In tl... ut.i.i.nMtl,in
eluded fon) was neti itheless their
utotlto refuge when they plundered
the tieasuie galb cms or Spain nml but night At Santiago tor example
eluded t licit tonto)s Man) a tlme'oui mi uiir wui would net er lint c dnr
has ilch loot he eu hidden hcieabnuts ccl to close 111 mound the mouth or
and the tuklsli 'cm ft of pirate crew a jthe hnlhor. If tho Hpnulaids had three
nin ion in tne sliailnws till danger
of pursuit had passed Whin the dayH
ol conflict came between Dutch nnd
English and Spanish ror possessions
In tho West Indies olten no less pirn
tlcnl than the exploits of the old free
hooters St Thomas was maintained
as a ntutial port nnd look toll on
most of the trnde going, Inndostlno or
legitimate In more quiet times It was
tnn ratoille port or call", for repairs
onil supplies The i.isplacement of
sail with steam and the ndtont of
"regular llins hate t educed Its Im
portance hut It still lltcs mostl) upon
The sut'ar planlutlons of the Inland
Ulopes ban dilated and smaller
ciops bate been Intiodiiccd Inigel)
.rullw but the bulk of the poptila
iion gaiiniH in ami anoiit tne town nr
Chin lotee Am ilia It consists rinlnly
ntf negroes and mixed bi evils of ta
lions shades lu which tho olfspilng
of Afilcnn slates predominate Tho
Island Ih no greit mnttei as "terrl
tory " nnd Its pi ople nro mostly n
pool but cheerful lot but thnt pictur
esque ports, with its lomantic his
tory, one of the outposts of the Carib
bean sen. Is worUi hating at somo lit
tie cost, oten ns a curio
llernlre What Is the natirre,.ot this
brillll Ulirk Phnlll linn iinilortnl.on7
Hortiiifcc-Ile has mado hla valet'
u back smt mid bn thinks fnr '""'"'"'"K names Horn the Spanish
, u , .,?., , n l0,rand Philippine tilbal languages that
.If what suits ho will wear each , 1)ruI'luntat0 t,,., jJMt ,,art
bebniniy Smart St. of ,llpK rm.niMilrallr.n in hnuninr
Trumbull & Beebe's
Flower and Vegetable Seeds
Awarded Gold anctSllver Medals Paris
lleatitirull) llliutiated cataloguo
mulled frco cm application
TRUMBULL & BEEBE
SEEDSMEN AND NURSERYMEN
419421 Sansome St.
8an Francisco, California.
Fred. L. Waldron
P O. Box r.13, Tel Blue 791, Room
3, Spreckels Building.
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MonJiy , .,,,,.,,,
M 1 JO
110 6 ei'
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Monday . t,
to J 11 41
18 4 oS 10 it.
4 to ' 4 S 1
j 10 I i 5 I'll It
Full on tho 22d at 2 33 n. m.
Tides from the United States Coast
and Geodetic Surtoy Tables.
Tho tides nt Kahulul and Illlo occur
about on hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than (Ireen wclh time, being
tuat of the meridian of 167.30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo - ows at 1:30 p. m., which
Is tho samo as Greenwich, On 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find I hero
n branch of the U. S. Hydrographlo
Ulllco located in too Merchants l-:x-
change, whero Is maintained for their
bcnellt frco of charge, complete sets
of charts and directions of too world.
Latest Information can bo obtained re
gnrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
nn dnll matters of Interest to ocean
Weaiher Bureau I'unnhou, Februaij
22 Temperature Morning minimum,
70, Midday maximum, 79
Haiomcter nt 9 a 29 9.1. Falling
Halnfnll 0 00
Humidity at 9 a m CS per cent.
Dew Point CIF
Diamond Head Signal Station. Feb
marj 22 Weather cloud) , wind fiesh
Frlila). Fefoiuary 21
Si.br Kawnllanl, from Koolatt ports.
Saturday, lVbniar 22
Am sp Mnry I. Cuslilng, McNeill.
i!7 dns from Newcastle, nt noon
Saturday, Feforiiarj 22.
Austr. stmr. Margherltn. h mulch,
for Manila via NngasaM ami Chinese
tVtCCPVrilMia HIM. Tl".r.r
r, ii..nii n.i m
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Manna Loa Fefo 21-Itct I. S Tlmo-
tco and wife Ocorge Mnfl.dl M H.
Maifirkine i: C Brown. I' Wiilultli-
focrg T O Brunt 1 liomas Ke.inu 1 ;J
Itkhnrdsun, 13 E I'axton. (I Sii.klng.lls nertous prostration The daggle,
hnus I, Ilntt II II (kin, i5 II Itob. then in scratching nt a door to be let
trtson A 1 Jackson Miss K. r p.tul,
T Shlhltnmn .1 K N'nli.lln Dr ltnv.1"' innili:
inond It HawxhiiiKt and wlf, il r,
Scott I I Cooke. Oorgc lions. Ouins
j l ' Allen, 11 Wllgrnlli V
liiiiin (. it .turn, il wiiir.ii.i v. ..
Wall and wife, one ,1,11,1 nnd two
-. ..-. "... ...... ... -."mil' naliggle with rubber boots would
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.Nnwniiine, v i orris, and uu 'Xl.
Til, I v
Is not the slightest doubt
'hi lug nfoemt changes which will bo al-j
inosi letoiuiionni) riie iiiockniling
f polls us tuaitlod under our ores
. cut sistem. will bo wellnlcb Imiios-
, i.iiiiis oi nr iictnuso or tno iii.eii.i
'hood that an mom) would steal up to
I ""'i' doors and destroy them ma) put
asiue tneir leais A few submarine
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Hic.'st nltht ni u,.,..il..nd I'lift I t
illlcnll) destruitlte iibsault of such u
i 'art a battleship can hate no di fense
'" """ tesseis uue me iiouanii scut
r)lng nbout and dellveilng quick and
unfoieseeti blows from the depths of
uie ocean A battleship enimot nt
tack ono of the nptal sharks, .for the
tciy slmplo rtnson that It presents no
tnrgit lie the lookouts eter so tlgl
Taut, the) cannot, of course detect nn
eneni) apptoachlng beneath the sur
fate to attack from n water ntnbiis
cade No minor pinto that has eter
been detlscd Is as efllcleiit as a scene
or more feet of water Oullnary tor
pedo nets will glte no piotectlon
against sub marine nttack the assail
ants will 4ie able to elite under these
nets, or send through them a torpedo
which will tear a hole large enough
lo enable the bo it to pass I think It
is not putting it too stiongl) to snj
that In a harbor piotected by siibmn
line boats blockading us pinctlced
under tho present system will foo a
tiling of tho past
I btlleto that It
will lie neccssaiy to devise some t)po
of war tessel to withstand these boats
What typo this will be no man can )et
ua) Low Is Nixon In Success
READING CLERKS' TRIALS.
Tho re adlng clerks of tho House and
Stunto hate had their troubles multl
piled since tho outbreak of the Span
I lull wai, ns subsequent etents hato
l,r"VK1lltI t0 ConEr'8S communication I
of these communications In, how etcr.
that row ir nny persons within the
sound of their voice mo better nc
qualntid with tho ptonuuclatlons of
tho uainea than the clerks them
selves, so they Just mumblo them over
and let It go at that. I
A few days ago ono of the clerks
bail Just finished leading n communi
cation that contained sevetal names
that looked llko n lino of "pled" type
when n bill was presented by Senator
bony, pi ovldlm; for tho construction i
or a bildge oter tho Ouaclulu rlvei In '
A I (.r.sns, I
"A bill loi tho construction of ti
bildge across the Oo-achtata rlv,,
read the cloik, remembering his study
of Spanish pronunciation
' Wnh ehe tn"'," con s'-to 1 Senator
I terry putting a stiong accent on lha
'That's tough," murmuied the
cleik "Wonder how ho know?"
Magazines "ound by the EVENIN
FOR 8ALE Kino Jersey cow Just
calved Apply to Lewis ft Co
LOST Dlack cloth Jacket while sat
In lining I.cato nt Wells Fargo of
flco and recolte reward 4s Iw
BOOTS FOR IKE Mill
Rubier boots for dogs neat lite
button and lace boots, dainty, c'osn tit
ling and durable hate rea.'lt" I l.'ow
York from Paris, nnd arc on salo at
different NoV York Btores, where high
grade boots nnd shoes are sold They
are made with thick and thin soles,
and keep tho feet dry. Hereafter, If
nny thoroughly affluent dog runs
around through the slush gets a fatal
case of eplzoo," It Is his own fnult.
It will bo a plain caso of "II) lug In tho
fnco of Providence."
A reporter got considerable Infor
matlon from the keepers of a leather
goods store In Fifth atcnuc, where tho
boots are on sale. In the storo win
doty is n stuffed black and tnn terrier
rigged out for blizzard weather. Ills
blanket is cut as they cut them in
'Taree " and on his feet nre tho' new
fangled dog boots. Uclng a stuffed
dog. lit) doesn't seem to mind the boots.
The man In tho store said that lite
dogs got used to them In a day and
8 u refrained from chewing them As
a matter of fnct, they cost jl.75 a set
of four. If no one etcr was able be
fore to figure out when a dog was a
loser on account of hating so many
feet, lie tnn, thankB to the adtancc of
science make It out now. One of tha
future problems of tho political econ
omist mny he how best to teach dogs
to walk on two legs, so as to sate on
"How long have you been selling
rubber boots for dogs?" asked the le-
it'iiJ. neeV,BTi!,,d i ,he, ;lca,T
It 8 a Paris Idea. There Is a big salo i
of Vm otcr there A swell dog enn't
walk. -out In Paris now without tt ear
ing rubber boots Yes, Wo're selling
a few of 'cm. They're Just n fad.
thouch If I had n dnir nml lie cinitiln't i
get along without rubfoer boots nt $175, '. , , , ,
a palr-n set. 1 mean I'd sl.oot him. Ian,s f01 P"sons suffering from hunger
But there's lots of folks, )ou unow
that think lust ns much of a doc as'
other folks do of n new foaby"
H,ro "'" Bilesman went away nnd
n r'n '"l henut fill jouiC girl clerk
tooK bis place.
' I should think." sweetly remarked
the clerk, 'Hint the boots would foo
Intel) for dahgs In homes where thero
i in or out would go 'po fpo f Instead
"An) other adtantnges?" Inoulied
"Well ht'H see it um'" said the
w.-JS" Ln X,uLTTJ?VZ
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in ( use or lire stand a better chance o(
es,pe without Injury It he should foo
di ripped from n fourth story window,
tho rubber boots, U the soles weru
nt all thick the dot, might bound right
up on to tho eletnted tracks and get
gioiind up, and If they turo thin they
wouldnt be nny protection nt all. be-
JOHN Di: FUIES i:SQ has this day
j bun nppolntod n inembet of the DIs
.,, ioa(1 i)()ar,i for the District of
u'nin.mn inland nf n-ilni
Hwn anil Wnlnuae Island of Oaliu,
I Trl ""'J f Huttnll tlce A Kniihl
iinlgned .IAS II IIOYD
huperlntindent or I'uiiiu We.il.s
' pnitmeiit of Public Woiks Feb-
' IM"n -' ''H'2 J078 3t
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SHOULD BF. READ !
WILL BE READ !
ANOTHER WEEK OF
SHIRT WAISTS :: ::
WHITNEY & MARSH
104s FORT STSEET.
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLD
Try sifted coal ashes for scouring
pans nnd steel knltes.
To stop a leak, use )cllot soap, whit
ing and a little water.
Hot milk Is one of the best stlmu-
ur extreme rntlgue.
Alwnjs loast fowls with the breast
down. Wh) ? Because the Juices will
then run into the breast.
In case the water rung )ellow, put
tome blueing Into the boiler Just prior
to boiling the clothes
It Is useful to remember that wet
tia leatcs applied to n tut or wound.
will stop the bleeding.
New boots should be rubbed with a
slice of raw potato. The) will polish
"""n ns ca8ll "s ol1' oncs-
, When acid of any kind gets on cloth-
Ing spirits of ammonia will kill It
C'l c.lo'orm n"""Cd '" re8,r tU,
Trnn lilrrea nf tnnnllln nnnpr. tfiiH'n
pilVnt them and yfiuwiUfindjou have
' ,,,, ,,., ' ,, na ,,,ti. tn
7 ,V" , ,
tnck behind nur sink.
r Iret tlle ilcc running out of
a fnllt Plc maKc a ro" of e,can whlte
l"Per "" Insert It peipcndlcularly
tiirougii tne upper crust i no steam pver ten or flttccn minutes, and a few
escapes this way and the Juice will re- minutes before serilng remote tho
main In the pie. j meat to a warm oten. If graty Is to bo
Try turning a pan otcr )our flatlroua wailc If there g t00 muc)l fat on tho
while they nre on the stotc. It Is an gnnj.( um off the turplus before stlr
exccllcnt way to sate fuel, as )ou ecl rln In a tnhlesnoonrul of flour, mixed
; Keep tncm not ttitn one nnir me nre
To clean linoleum, mix equal parts
n' o"' 0" an tlnegar I)lf a flannel
'" ,lie mljtt,1,e rilu the Ilnoltum with
nnu poiisn wuu a cicnn. cir) ciom
To pretent wooden bowls frotr
cracking Immerse them In cold water
!. ..A m A 41m n.A liplmr t r ll,L
llirii nvt UVl uv inc. unub i nw
boUnR p0, an(, ,u boi aIl ll0Urt aml
,l,m-t tako them out until the wntei
has gradual!) cooled.
Ml ;'.1 HI Wi .Wl1 MUMJgyritCTfftt
The Suudn) Bulletin will be a number teeming with Information
of the highest character nnd replete In rich and entertaining sto
lies. Somo of the special f entities will bo-
SUGAR INDUSTRY OF THE WORLD,
Prince Henry, o! Prussia, Visiting the United States, v
Bankers' Views on Hard Times in Honolulu.
National Anthem Cheers the Dying.
Manila and Its Peculiarities.
A Literary Curiosity.
Mothers and Children.
Carnation tor National Floral Emblem.
All the Latest News
CHOICE BEEF CUTS
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Beef is the staple meat of the family
of all classes the grade Is regulated
by the price. The choicest cuts for
roasting are tho sixth, setenth and
, clghth rlbs' the slrloln aml P0"""01188
cut3 j gcieCtlng beef see that tho
Rran lg gmoot, an,i opcIll that the
fii.r .,.. r breaks readllv when
pressed foy the linger, that the color is
a dcep rosei an(1 tnat tho fat 8 a rch
crtam color. White fat Is nn Indication
of young b(!ct iacMng in flat or. nnd n
lIeep el)on ghow that the mcat 8
tough and of Inferior quality.
lU1 meatg are letter ttasoreii ani
more nutritious when cooked without
temoUng n of the bones. To prepare
fQr magM,,,, - iP 0f the meat with a
I wet cloth, nlacc It on tho rack of the
j,uli 1( ou hatTone, pour in a pint ol
..no- ,i ,,i-ro i hi. r.ien Thn
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' nr fifteen minutes, to shut In the tlllces.
n.u. i . .... . ...... i... i....i.hI
t'h'ea bunten Then Z heat .h,ld bo
,.'':.... .."t .. ...".',,.
luwereu aim uie iuukiuk iiiurerj ..
I j, n,e tme required to roast
beef tg from ten lo twenty minutes to
the pound, according as the meat is to
i,e e ,i0Ilei medUim or rare. Basto
Wt, nnf n cup 0f watcr.
jian) of the tough pieces of meat ar
,ile most nutritious, ns well ns tho
cheapest and b) slow cooking they
can be made as acceptable as more ex-
pensltecuts The mcat can be dredged
with flour to keep In the Juices, and
itiAM nrtftl A.I Intl.lnH mt 1nn a1 t
iiicii luunvti iiuwii uj u tuns, oiun u-
tej3 As gaU aml pcppDr ,lraw otlt tll0
Junes, the) should not be put on beef
until the outside has been sealed
0Pn 8hol1'1 be er' 1,ot ,he flr8t tcn
65 Queen St.
Koa and Kou Furniture
On Tuesday, February 25,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction somo
Koa and Kou Bureaus,
Ilaro old fashioned German Bed
steads, Fine Leather Arm Chairs and Sofa,
Upholstered Parlor Set,
Arm Chairs, Veranda Chairs.
Ofilce Desk, Etc., Etc.
tlflR. P. Mnndnn
Turkish and Persian
On Monday and Tuesday,
:: February 24 and 25
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, I
will sell nt Public Auction somo extra
cholco and raro
I lUHiiisii AMU i'i;kbian UUQ8,
.uiiDt.iutf, 1,1 iiuunaitt, iuBuuiere, In
dian, Ohlardes, tcreghan, Klrroan,
OuendJIs, Karnfoagh, Kurd, Daghlstan
All assorted colors and sizes.
Jog. F. Morgan,
Lease of Taro m
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu. I Will Bell nt Plllilln ll,.llnn
i by order of tho Trustees under tho
will of Bornlco P. Bishop, tho leaso,
oi inut. tuiuaoio raro tana situate at
Kaakaukukul, Pauoa Valley, nnd con
taining nn area of 8 35-100 cres.
lenn or tease, its years rrom April
Unset net nnmtnl rnntnt tinn nnv.
able quarterly in advance.
For full particulars apply at tho of-
flCO Of tlio Illflhnn Hatntr 11 MnrM.nnt
JAS. F. MORGAN.
LEASE OF LAND.
ON SATURDAY, MARCH 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, C5 Queen street, Ho
nolulu, I will sell at Public Auction,'
by order of the Trustees under tin!
will of Bernlco P. Bishop, the lease of
that valuablo land known as Puna Ut,
situate at North Kona, Hawaii, and
containing an area of 8G9 acres.
Term of lease, 21 years from May
Upset net annual rental, J500, pay.
ablo quarterly in advance.
For full particulars apply at the of
flco of tho Bishop Estate, 77 Merchant
Jas. F. Morgan?
65 Queen St
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