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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T.. 8ATURDAY. APRIL- 8, 1902.
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aged 25 years; handy with tools. M.
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ENGLISHMAN, aged 27, desires situa
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sition of trust; best of Island refer
ences. M. W. K., this office.
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as stenographer and typewriter; ref
erences. Address K., Bulletin office.
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given. Address C. I). 12, this office.
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This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO taught In six months; new
quick method, satisfaction guaran
teed; $3 month; special attention
to adultB. Music, Bulletin oitlce.
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property nnd residences.
Office and Itcsldence, School St.;
p. O. Box 284; Tel. While 3C91.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOB
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position as guardian, postoiTlco offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tt
'wanted Information of Isaac L. 0.
Sager. dead or alive, as I have new
of special Importance and to his nd
vnntnrp. Answer without fall. For
poslthe proof of death will pay re
ward. Capt. Bert A. Stout. 633 Kear
ney St.. room 8, San Frnnclsco, Cal
WANT your whiskers amputated? Go
tn .tpfr He shnves for 15c: 5 white
harbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
WANTED 100 pianos to tuno. Ad'
dress J. W. ilall, P. O. box 471.
TO LET Modern house on I.lllha St.;
outhouse and stable for two horsev,
relit cheap Apply Vv II. l'aln,
Tramwas office. 2113-tf
FOR RENT Furnished housekeeping
rooms: 113 and $23; no children, nl
o eoltage $25. best location nnd
nil ronnoc-ted with sewer. Enquire
F. B. King. Cottage Grove. 2113-tf
1B Neat cottaKC. 5 rooms and bath
off Llllha, near School St. Apply
i J. Russell. Magoon Bldg. 9s-tf
FOR RENT A nice largo room, suit
able for two. Also small room.
Private family. Board If desired.
1C9 School St. bet. Fort nnd Emma.
TO LET Now houso on Ucretanta
and Artesian Sts.; dining and two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101-lm
TO LET Nowly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class tablo
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Bcretanla SL
TO LET Cottago on Punchbowl St.; I FOUND A remedy for dandruff. You
all modern Improvements: floors can get rid of this troublesome ills
matted. Apply A. O. Cunha, 2d Iioujo ease with Pachcco's Dandruff Killer,
above Mormon Church. 2103-2W At Union Barber Shop.
TO LET Five room cottago off Wal-
klkl road between Hopkins and:
Bishop switch. Immediate posses-1
slon. Apply Hawn. Tramways of-
flee, Punahou. 2064-tf
KELLETT cSl ROBINSON Attorneys-nt-Law;
Room 11 Magoon bldg.;
'Phone Main 133.
F. M. BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10.
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu St.; Tel. 181 Mala
J, M. DAVID80N Attorney-atLaw,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attornoy-at-law;
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker: room
4. Sprec):elB bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD 4 LANOSTON Contract
ors and Builders; 1U8 Union Bt.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M. Thomson, oxpert Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Oarden lane. 2110-lm
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE t 8UPPLY.CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
Send the weekly edition of the Bul
letin to your friends. Only $1 a year.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Room 10 Mclntyre Block.
Ads. will be Inserted PR HE.
WANTED Small boy to learn trade.
(leo. HaffinT. Masonic Temple, All
ken St. 2113-lw
Address O, this office.
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suite or single; telephone, etc,
lleretaula Ave. cor. Keeaumoku.
NICELY furnished rooms, centrnlly lo
cated, mosquito proof; gentlemon
only; reasonable. 1321 Fort St.
TO LET Cottages off School St., nr.
Nuuanu, $15 and $10. P. 12. It.
Slrnuch, 32 Campbell block, 31(5
Fort St 2108am
TO LET Furnished room at 144 Ber
ctanla St. near Fort; table board If
TO LET Ilestdcnco of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl; furnished; good bathing.
Apply Wntcrhouso & Podmoro, Beth
el and King Sts. 2103-tf
TO LET Boomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water and nil modern
Improvements, tall at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConnel's, Garden lane. 2055-tf
FOR SALE Jersey bull and $100 will
take him: his pedigree can be
ourhed for. Address II. Dlnklage.
at Bulletin office.
FOR SALE Ico box In good condition.
Enquire Hotel iK-lmonlco. 2113-31
FOR SALE The furniture of tho Fort
Street House Is offered nt prlvato
sale. House can be rented subject
to approval of landlady. Apply to J.
It. Hall, cor. Fort and Vineyard StB.
FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred
black Mlnorcas, Northup strain, $3
per setting. Jeff's, 43 King St.
FOR SALE A small road cart anl
harness; cost $100; cheap. Address
B. I)., this office. lOs-lw
FOR SALE New upright piano; no
reasonable offer refused. Address
X.. this office. 2093-3W
FOR SALE Very old tnpa quilt, also
very old calabashes, somo unpol
ed. Address C. K., this office. 4s-tt
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for Oiling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under new man
agement; strictly first class; light,
nlry, mosquito proof rooms. Mrs. J
THE LOS ANGELE8 1623 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tt
LOST A gold stickpin. In shape of
fox head. Reward if returned to
Bulletin office. 2110-tf
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marino Insuranco Co.
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
FOUND Bunch of keys, on Aiakea
St., Sunday night. Owner can have
samo by proving property nnd pay
ing for notlco at this office. 2109-3t
FOUND Watch In Palama. Owner
can havo same by calling at Bulletin
office and proving property, 2105-lw
Bulletin. '6a our month.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, C1C Miller Street.
MADAME M. LAMBERT, the stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, lifu
lemoved her dressmaking parlors
tioin tho corner of Vineyard and
Im.chbowl streets to the Boston
building, room 30C, where she will
lie plenHcd to see her patrons and
their friends. 2113-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist;
1154 Alakca St.; office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotol
Sts., Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; office, 1313 Wil
der Avo.; Tel. 3141 Blue.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bothel St., opp. Wnvcrley blk.; Tel.
021 Bluo; pkgs, called for and del'd.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. L..te bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAM"MENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third Fri
day of each month. Excelsior Hall.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In the month.
The Bulletin, 76 cents per month.
3. J. SALTER Successor to 8alter &
Watty: 712 Fort St., Orphoum blk.j
fcl. 681 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St.. near Kukul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
. E. GOEA8 Berctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFQ. HARNESS CO, Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-c.ass tablo board. Mrs. liana,
WANTED To buy your Biirpliu
horses and rigs; llvo stock for cale.
W. S. Withers. 2101-tf
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jowcler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort SLj Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prlctor; furnished and unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., abovo Ho
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
SL nr Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2C4 Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
Strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr,
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg., Fort St.
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Bcp. Ame
rican Manf's. Room 8 Progress blk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea SL Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear,
Nose and Throat only; office Alakca
St- lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
620 Beretanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
ANTONE PILARE3 A CO. Plumbora
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN 1-alntlng and papor
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
REAL ESTAl E.
JUDD t CO., LTD. Building lots anl
residences for sale; 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.: Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant marriage licenses:
68 Merchant St.: Tel. Main 116.
PRIMO BEER Ib good it it Is kept
right. Try It. M tno PANTHEC
8TENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngneat
ly and accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI i4 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pnnama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg., C1C Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jowcler,
luuu Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MM LAHAINA,
SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lnhalnn, Maul.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
salo Liquors, Merchandlse C. B.
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drayago;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113,
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations, G. Frceland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances. Deputy Tax Collector, I.pgnl
Documents, Office Government bldg
Weekly edition of tHe Bulletin $1 a
I Dame Fashion's Dictates. !
Leather belts ktudded with small are many tiny black silk roses, put on
diamonds to match the gem set fasten; In the form of a wreath, each connert-
Ing In front arc the newest freak of
frolicsome faihlon. Tho devices In
brass with which harness makers era
embellish our boasts of burden arc also
In use for waist belts and chatelaines.
Twlne-colored guipure with embrol-
deted medallions of white batiste Is an
effective trimming on a mode colored
batiste gown. Open work effects of all
kinds are assured already as a distinc
tly feature of our summer gowns.
Gold and silver tissue will bo In great
demand this season, the latter mole
particularly for bridal and debutantes'
evening dresses veiled with crepo de
metteorc or chiffon.
A dainty belt buckle for a seashore
costume has a scroll of water lilies,
with a dolphin In the center, nnd is
made In gold or oxidized silver.
A new and beautiful effect has been
produced In black sash ribbon. It Is of
silk material, with a solid effect bor
der about two Inches In width. The
center Is transparent game, and
through It ruus an undulating trailing
Embroidered linen nnd pongee silk
robes In Persian colorings are among
the new things for summer wear shown
English tweeds. French cheviots, and
homespun arc the materials for the
plain spring gowns, and mohairs In
blue, nnd the light shades of blegc nnd
gray, are predicted for future popular
ity. Smooth faced cloths, canvas, and
Bilk arc to be well represented among
the more elaborate tailor costumes,
and the new feature of trimming, so far
bb heard from, Is the passementerie or
naments, the fancy braids, and a kind
of pasEcmcnterle embroidery on silk
filet, which will be used to cover the
collar and cuffs.
The silk nnd mohair braids arc to
usurp the place of stltchlngs to some
extent. If fashion's predictions are ver
ified, and come In colors In varied pat
terns both wide nnd narrow. On the
plain fabrics they are very effective,
but for the mixed materials stitched
bands arc more suitable.
I THE MISS HAY COLLAR
One of the latest things in neckwear
Is the Miss Hay lace collar, a feature
of her trouEBeau. In deepest mourning
for her brother, Miss Hay will wear
black and white, but of a glorified or
der. No trace of mourning will cling
to her gowns, nnd nothing but the hue
will proclaim their touch of grief,
The Miss Hay collar, the original. Is
fashioned from an ancient bit of lace.
A wonderfully Intricate laco pattern Is
stitched and Interwoven with hand
made lace, in mic.1i a way that the lace
Is apparently a combination of three
kinds. I hac seen the like In the Rus
sian laces with duchesse worked In
And thcro are pretty filet laces with
Arabian laces set In.
A collar of this style is arranged
mound the neck of a gown In n man
ner that makes It an ideal dinner gown
neither dccolette nor high in the neck.
Tho gown, Instead of being cut out, is
turned In, nnd the lace Is laid around
the throat. It Is low in the back of the
neck, nnd Is brought down to a point
In front, while the shoulders arc part
ly exposed. The collar should bo very
deep, so that the lace falls over the
shoulders, while the front covers the
belt line. Such n collar Is an ideal
trimming for any waist, and may be
(supplemented with long lace frills at
Of the Hay trousseau so much might
bo said. There Is a wonderful gown of
black spangled tulle over white liber
ty, the skirt finished with a gradually
widening flounce which deepens at the
back. At the head of the flounce there
HMgn i wmnNHM i '
Photo copyright, 1901, by J. U. Purdy, Boston.
CAPTAIN RICHMOND P. H0BS0N.
Captain Richmond P. Hobson, ho of Merrimac fame, will be seen neither
on tho lecture platform nor In politics. He recently made application for
retirement from the navy on the grounds of poor eyesight, but the retiring
board rejected bis application, nnd the gallant captain must either remain In
the service or give up his pay ns a naval ollltcr. It Is said that bo hoped la
inter politics and give lectures. w
cd with the other and used without
leaves. The yoke Is outlined In the
came manner with Email roses, also of
black silk and black satin, and there
Is an ntgret of black silk roses and tiny
A reception gown for day wear Is
all In crepe do chine In a soft, lovely,
dull black. The trimmings arc choux
of black satin ribbon, with n black
silk rose In the center of each chou.
The rose in spring gowning Is bo
conspicuous n fenture that It cannot be
ignored. It is used In a grent variety
of ways, not the leust remarkable being
the manner in which It Is treated as a
permanent decoration. The rose In all
sorts of fabrics, even to Fatln faeca
goods. Is employed upon skirts as head
ings for flounces, upon bodices as out
lines for vests and yokes, upon stocks
as dainty finishes at side and back, and
upon belts as a fastening. Without tin
ruse we should be badly off this spring;
and It Is the wise woman who lays in
a stock of these for her spring and
summer adorning. The Easter gowtis
nic rose embroidered.
"JUST MEDIUM" GIRLS;
,WHAT THE"? CAN WEAR.
For the vast army of girls, fair-halt
ed Lilians, black-eyed Augustas, who
arc neither blondes nor brunettes, but
Just "mediums," the following hints
may be of benefit:
If hair Is darK and eyes blue. In
choosing n gown try to match tho eye
and contrast the hair. One rule In se
lecting color Is to match the hair by
day and the eyes by night. If the com
plexion Is sallow and the hair a non
descript brown, shades of red and
blown aie good, no .matter what the
color of the eyes; also broad masser
of one tint.
If the hair Is black and completion
swarthy, avoid black and all shade
of limine, green, onil violet. Yellow,
scarlet, and pink are to be chosen.
If fair, with no trace of color, the
complexion can be lightened by the
addition of rose or yellow .lowing pur
ple, dark blue, and dark green. She
of the rosy che-eks selects gray, burnt
orange, pale blue, and a beautiful dus
ky tint of violet shading to blue, callej
Yeux Dagmar, after the Princess Dag
Blue eyes and dark brown hair and
complexion that Is not clear require
colors much darker than the skin, or
much lighter, and between the face and
the color Bome tint to soften the con
trnst. Avoid delicate shades of pink
ln ender, nnd all blues except a deep
nnvy; black makes tho sirin two shades
darker and duller. Instead of plain
colors, wear fancy tints, mottled or
clouded, mixed fnbrlca being less try
Ing than smooth tints. Do not think
fiom this, however, that ono may
choose Indlbulmlnatcly nil the tints
that go to mnko a Scotch plaid or an
Itallnn sunset. Philadelphia Tele
Graph. WHEN TO WEAR WHITE
WHEN TO WEAR BLACK.
White makes a woman look big. In
nocent, winsome and classic. Clear
white Is for the blonde; cteam '.vhlte
for the brunette. It Is not the woman
In white who has all the attention, and
the wide-eyed jonng thing In white,
with n bluo ribbon; who captures the
beaux. "It added to thy charms An
dromeda, when, clothed In white thou
didst traverse the Isle of Script. 3."
"Black suits tho fair." Ovid telU us.
It became Brclsels; she was dressed In
black when she was tarried off.- It 1
the thinnest color a stout uomai. can
ear; Jntleed, tho woman who wears
black to best ndvantagc Is she who U
stout and has black eyes and hall. "It
Is an echo from Paris that In gonn
of certain colors tlesh seems to shrink
In others, to expand. A subdued
shade of blue, heliotrope, and olhe
green, with black, of course, are th
colors under which flesh seem lerst
ostentatious, wlillo wedgewood blue
pale gray, and almost any shade of ml
ore to be avoided. Mauve and the
. hlghr shades of green are the Uq
1 lolois that In decoration about the
1 throat and shoulders arc pjpiwtav
helpful In diminishing the efi t of
tho flesh. '
For eatlnir,drlnklng:,an4 cooking.
rttM, Diticious, xcrarnotis-
muck baked c co tm
Brkf..t Coeo, 1 3 lfc. tln,
Sato' CbocvUU iMftwMtCtttd), 1-9 lb. e4kt.
Cram Swt.t Cliocolito, 1-4 Ik. ctk.
rON tACt LIACMNQ OKCCIAt.
Walton Dakar & Co, Ltd.
Dorcheiter, Mtsi., V.S.A.
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I COOKS AND THE KITCHEN
- The American Muffin. X
Thls cako differs very essentially
from the English muffins. The latter
Is found on the ..merlcan tables and
In our bake Bhops. but they are gener
ally regulated to the llgm lilnch, while
the home ptoduct Is recognized as a
breakfast bread. The English muffin
is a plain, flour butter cake mixture,
without eggs, raised and poured Into
rings placed upon a hot, greased grid
dle and turned as soon as the upper
Biirface begins to dry nnd the lower
p.Vt Is a nlco brown. Tncy are pulled
apart and the halves toasted and cat
en hot. Toasted muffins, orange mar
malade or bla.ck currant Jam and tea
havo a decidedly English flavor.
The genuine Yorkshire muffin is
baked on tho grlclcua but without the
muffin ring. The cake Is larger and
formed In a saucer or on a well floured
board. They are baked on a floured
Iron until thoy blister on the top; then
they are turned to brown on both
sides. Tho American product s as
Independent character as tho name Im
plies and may be made of a variety
of flours or meals; raised with yeast
or baking powder; baked on the grid
dle, or. as fa the usual practice, in
Utile tin gem pans.
They are a hatter cako mixture, but
very much richer than the English
muffin Sometimes light bread dough
Is used by reducing tno nough to a
batter with warm milk and adding
eggs, butter and a little sugar. Wheat,
rye, graham, rorn "and rice are the
flours used for American muffins.
Corn meal and rereal mushes are also
worked Into muffin batter when left
over from breakfast. Most cooks use
too many eggs In their flour muffins
and make them tough.
When Ualnjj Baking Powder.
This is employed when nulck muf
fins are desired.
One teaspoonful of good baking pow
dcr to each cup of sifted flour Is all
that Is required. If more ponder Is
necessary It Is not of the best quality.
Avoid using a bit moro than Is really
needed, as too generous quantities will
make your cakes dry. Let good, vig
orous beating of tho batter take the
place of the over-quantity of baking
powder and ssss; for the moro air
beaten Into the mixture tho lighter
they will be. and air is cheaper than
the powder and (ho exercise of beat
Ing Is beneficial and not fatiguing If
properly done. When you ate Mire
of the quantity of flour, sift the baking
powder with It, bo that It may be thor
oughly mlved. Batters, and especial
y those lightened with baking powder,
do not require as hot an oven ns
doughs. If the temperature Is too
high the Intense heat causes the bub
bles which contain tho gas to burst
and run together, making the cakes
eoaise-gralned and unsightly. Popov
em, on the other hand, should bo one
largo air coll when done and there
fore nped a very hot oven. Muffin
hatters are proportioned to ono meas
ure of liquid and two measures of
Hour, or sufficient to make a drop bat
ter. Butter or shortening counts aR
liquid: the heat of tho oven turning It
Minute Muffins. .
One pint of milk, two eggs beaten
separately, two ounces melted butter;
one tablespoon sugar, two teaspoons
baking powder and flour enough to
drop Horn a spoon. Bako twenty to
twenty-five mlnuies In n moderately
.iick oeu. ' 0
Mix one cup of milk with three well
beacon eggs, a good pinch of salt, a
level tabtespoonful sugar, two cups of
flour bitted, beroro measured, then
slft-d again with two level teaspoons
of baking powder. Baku In moderate
ly quick o en.
Take one cup of hominy mush, ff
-old stir It smooth, with warm milk.
Heat a pint of milk and use part of
.. s to mix with tho hominy. Beat
two eggs and ono tablcspoonlul of but
ter together, stir In three level table
spoons melted butter. Add tho hot
nllk and flour enough to mane a drop
imttei about threo and one-half cups.
Sift In threo lovel tcaspoonstul of bak
ing powder, then add tho hominy and
beat to minutes. Baku In rings on
the gildle or lu the oven.
Beat two eggs light In a quart of
good buttermilk, Btlr In flour to make
a thick batter, add a teaspoon of salt
and one of Bodn dlssolviM In hot wa
ter. Baku In well greased tins or muf
fin ringi Tor twenty or twenty-five
minutes. When done Berve at once
and do not cut, but break open.
Potato and Corn Muffins.
Two cups of mnshed potatoes, .two
cups of milk, two eggs well beaten,
wi, cupa of comment mush. Soften
the potatoes with tho milk heated
woilcing out all the lumps; then ttlr
m the mush, which blioul-1 bo thin. The
battT should drop readily from thf
spoon I'se moio milk If It does not
I.nstl add the beaten eggs nnd lard
Bake about thirty mliurcs lu moder
ately hot oe-nj
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trj6 hiving been bora (leaf are Incurable oU
lu llirarratant unrr. Send particulars about
four caae. Cunfu'tatlou and adrlce free. Kery
una can euro bluiielt at bit own bonio at vtrj
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
W Lanlle Avtuuo. CHICAGO. ILL.. U. 6. A.
1DROBS THE CONTINENT STOM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
lair tilREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
htUan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Ikon and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carta).
Tree Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
I. H. LOTimOP, General Agent.
IIP Third itreet, Portland, Oregon.
X W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
Hn. 1 Montgomery St, San Francisco,
I. L. LOMAX, Q. P. & T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Off Itavt Wilklkl lor town at s t j, o.ig, 6:4 A.M.
&1 ovtry is tnlnutct thcrtiflcr till 10-4;, lilt) ani
u-41 r., Icom Wilklkl to to th Ponihou Sublti.
Can Itava R PanEt or Pawaa twltcrj for town at
CfA.M. and avtrr 11 nlnuttiUitraalttrtlll 11 oiP.M,
Carl Itava Fort and Klne atrcctt cornir for Patama
at 6.10 A.M. anl tvtry is mtnutaa afttr till n.as
Cart Itava for Palama only at and sn A M.
Cara Itava Palama for Walklkfs'ts a.m. and tvtry
15 Bloutta till g as P.M . thtn at to.ts and 10-4S P.M.
lot 11:1s' X from Palama for Punahou only f ota
Cara laava Fort and Klnc ttrttti corntr foi Rlfla
Ranra at s to and y A.M.
Cara Itarl Fort till Klne atrttta corntr for Walklk
at 6 os A.M. andavtryij mlnuttl till toojP.M thtn at
io:jt and us P.M. Tha mis P.M. ton to Walklkl
on Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Can itava Punahou Stafcla for Town at s:j and
for Town and Vallty at S'40 sS t-to 4.o Mo f and
Cars laava Oahu Colttet for town and Vallty at
(:jo 6.so and t:io a.m and tvt o to minuets till 10-10
P.M. tactpt tht tvtn hour and half, hour cars which
run from tha Stablt
Caralaava Nuuanu Vallty at 6lo 6 10 rj.so A.M and
tvtry 10 mlnutts thtrtafttr till 10 so P.M.
Cars laava Fort and Quttn atrttta for Punahou
Colltraat 6 os 6 is I 4S a.m and tvtry 10 mlnutts
attar till 0 4S p.m. Afttr that tha cars run to tht
Stablt up to iicsop.m. which la tha last car from Town
rtachlng; tha Slabla at uljo P.M.
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chanco Is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S, S, Mauna. l.
it Kallua and take passengers overland
to llookena, 'where the steamer Is met
O, R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 1E99.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outwit-J) ci. Sui. daily ex. Sun. daily daily
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P M.
Honolulu ?:iq 9-15 ii.oj j:i$ 3 to
Petri City.... 803 94B 11:40 3 47 5. so
Ewt Mill... . 1 33 10.08 11.00 403 i.10
WllMM 10,30 4 43 -
WaalllU It:3 5 40 ....
tCahuku 11.3s ... 6.13 .
(InwarJ) ci. Sun. daily daily daily
A M. A.M P.M P.M.
(Cthuku , 3:33 .... tS
Wtlilua ...A 6,10 .... 030
Walinao , t.io ... 333
Ewa Mill , 3:30 v.AS '0S 4'3
Pearl City.. ......, 6.13 8.03 1:30 4.31
Honolulu. 6.30 8.33 303 3 4
F O. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Am.
Q. P. DENISON. Superintendent
Drays lor Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing steamers from tho Coast, and w.
chock baggage on all outgoing steam
rs. While snd Black Sand For Sale
Office with Evening Bulletin, III
(Cine street Tel 86.
ft. LARSEN, Wfl
When You Want a Rig
RtNO UP TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : 518 fort street
Btablo 'Phone. 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. DELLINA.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nd illVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, nnd repairs
executed at. shortest notice.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : : I '"
Puns aoJ astlmatM furnlshci (or all clasiss
Tel. Main 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
Qeneral hookklnrllni- rullno- riMln.
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing at the EVENING BULLETIN
Job ria. i