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STJNDAt BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1902.
B16 Fort 8treet,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Sate & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stono Filters.
And tho Steel Acrmotor.
THE sWTf WAIST GIRL'S ASSORTMENT FOR A NEW SEASON!
Lines of rravtk
If there Is anything In variety, wo
ought to find perfection in the supply
of shirt waists this season.
From the lace to the wash blouse
there Is a long stretch of charming
models, which might Co summed up In
one word, "everything." Certainly
there seems to be very little. In tho
way of materials, trimmings, and
modes of using them, left out of their
echemo of construction.
it Is the combination of laces which
stantps the lace blouse as now, and
there Is Irish laco with tho cream
Alencon, tho lormer arranged In mo
tifs or bands in any form which may
be becoming. Venetian and Cluny
laces with the Alencon nets aro also
used, and then there Is Druses lace,
employed with nets, and also the pret
ty batiste embroideries and the filet
Tho Inst is shown ma3o of tucked
silk, for which net may be substitut
ed. The lace forms yoke and girdle
finish, Is twine colored, nnd is decor
ated with silk bonds cleverly worked
in tho lace.
Another blouse Is made entirely or.
rlngspot net, nnd then tbcre is a Jack
et blouse of black mousse line, decorat
ed with a lace design covered with Jet
spangles. This 1b the edge finish tail
ing over a frill of soft crenm laco. The
yoke is of trnusparent cream lace.
Another style of blouse which Is va
ried In an Infinite number of ways Is
mode of squares of lace and batiste,
the latter tucked erosswiso from side
to Bide and corner to corner, one tuck
in each line. Lace and embroidered
squares are used In tills way, the back
like the front. Lace nnd Bilk, and ba
tiste embroidered squares with silk,
or chiffon, are alro uetl Any combi
nation Is admissible, but tho squares
In smaller numbers are a useful trim- and bands. One model Is tucked down
mlng set in In detached motifs Tn any the center of the back anil across the
form you" like.
Ilattstc blouses are made of squares
of tucking alternating with a plain
square, In the center of which is a
small embroidered medallion, and
Joined together with tiny bands seUon
with an open stitch.
A pretty model Bhows Irish laco
down either side of the front crossed
by bands of black velvet ending with
a tiny tiluo button. Deep tucks are
displayed in another blouse, In cross
lines, below which the bodlco Is in flno
vertical tucks in two sections Joined
by the open stitch which decorates tho
front and Joins all the edges.
Great variety Is shown In the pongee
waists, which are In ecru, dark blue,
light blue, green and white, and pretty
effects are made uy using silk of a
front In yoke form, with bliib silk
It opens at one side, where It Is fin
ished with a stitched plait on either
edge. Here It laces together with a
pale blue silk scarf running through
large eyelet holes embroidered with
The dark blue pongco waists aro
made very attractive wITIi cmtfroldery
In Oriental colors, nut a pongee
TjIousc may be anything you deslro to
have it made, with the regulation plaits
and tucks 'or elaborately trimmed with
lace or embroidery.
The leading blouse, of the season Is
undoubtedly linen, in any grade, ol
thickness you choose from sheer hand
kerchief linen to butcher's linen, and
linen canvas, Tho sheer linen Is as
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May .Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt )
W. Q. Ashley )udltcri
T. E. Wall )
JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT ST.
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLDJ
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
Drays tor Freight
Our representative meets all lnoom
leg steamers from the Coast, and w
check baggage on all outgoing steam
ra. Wbltfl and Black Sinn For Silt
Office with Evening Bulletin, Hi
King street Tel 66.
ft. LARSEfl, M'fT.
OO00O0OOO00O 4 t-w4-y3 --!
Banana Rivals Wheat
contrasting color to stitch the tucks dainty as possible, tucked In groups to
form a joke In front anu In groups of
three down either side of the box
r-l"lt In the center of the back where'
It fastens. Most of the tliln blouses)
fasten at fiio back, a fsd which has
bctfn In vogue for some time now.
Hand embroidered polka dots In col
or ore pretty on tho white linen
blouses, arranged down the center of
narrow box plaits. One model shows
tcls decoration In blue, and is made
in Russian blouse form, opening at the
side with a band of colored embroid
ery. In the sheer linen waists the drawn
work dono by band Is very dainty,
wrought In some design In the full part
of tho blouse below the yoke, which
. may be simply tucked. Hand embroid
ery In what Is called the blind stitch
is the modish decoration for linen
IwalBtB, but not every one can afford
Science again brings a new paradox
to tho front, it concerns tho staple
food supply of half the enllro human
race wheat. Long before the discov
ery of the Chaldean oens, ages before
Tyre's bread bowls were hewn out of
the solid rock, man grew wheat,
ground nnd baited it for his dally sus
Todny science affirms that wheat as
a general food product is doomed ;
that not only Is the supply entirely In-
adequate for tho malntcnnnco of the
Increasing races, but that wheat lias
by no means tho highly nutrient qual
ities that It has long been supposed to
oiler to hungry humanity, nnd that
mlrabllc tllctii' tho unprepossessing,
yellow skinned, linger shaped, despis
ed banana of the tropics promises ut
terly to supplant it In the estimation
of the world.
Not only that the bannnn is twenty
live limes as nutritious as the given
weight of wheat, but that It is forty-
four times as prolific Tnus fruit con
quers oer the cereal, Honduras ocr
South Dakota, nnd famine promises to
7)c forever "banished from tho faco of
The average cost rf lltlvatlng an
acre of wheat In the United States Is
about $12. An ncte of bananas enn be
cultivated at (he saint cost, with a
jleld 1H tlms great, than that of
An acie of ground will yield in tho
Northern States nix ut slxtj two
pounds of wheat. In Central America
an acre of giound will produce nonily
one thousand pounds of bananas,
Uanauns have fortj-fotir times tho
nutriment of potatoer the staple of
ninny northern countrlt of Europe,
nnd thlity times that of rice, tho main
Item on the daily board of more than
n billion ptople on Hi" globe. With
transportation facilities perfected, such
heartrending scenes of famine ns have
been witnessed In India Russia and
elsewhere would be mndt Impossible.
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Weather Bureau Forecasts
When You Want a Rig
R1NQ UP TH
LIVERY BOARDINQ and
I I t : : B18 FORT STREET
Stable 'Phone, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 32.
C. H. BELLINA.
Uonolala Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUGAR MA
CHINKRT of every capacity and de
criptlon made to order. Boiler work
anil ItrVETED PIPES for lrrlgatloi
purposes a. specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notice.
An important extension of the fore
cast work of the United States Weath
er Bureau was made during tho past
5 ear. Cable reports from London fur
nished the central oftlco in Washing
ton with regular reports from various
stations In Great Britain and from a
station In tho Azores. These, with
reports from Nassau, Bermuda and
Turk's Island, havo been regular pub
lished on the dally weather maps to
gether with forecasts for the first thrco
days of outwardbound steamers from
American ports. Special storm warn
ings nnd fog forecasts have also been
Issued for Bteamer tracks west of tho
fiftieth meridian. Special considera
tion has been given to the question of
improving the accuracy of forecasting
and n system of mnrks arranged so
that successful forecasters will re-
echo certain promotion.
The bureau emplos moro than 1100
paid and skilful trained officials In
this work at about 184 stations. Thico
liundred and fifteen paid temperature
and rainfall observers ually telegraph
reports of growing corn, cotton and
wheat regions. Some 3000 volunteer
observers nearly one for each county
in the United States render weekly
repcrtos. About 14,000 other persons
also report weekly on tho crop pros-
pects in their neighborhood. Every
four weeks there are printed and dla
trlbuted 1C6 different State crop bullo
Ifffs, tour national ditto, anu forty-two
monthly climate and crop ditto.
There aro now 3C3 centers of rural
delivery supplying about 42,000 fatal
lies In the farming districts with tho I
Intcst wentfier predictions, especially
frost and cold-wavo warnings. Local
mountain snow bulletins aro distribu
ted throughout irrlgnted regions.
life v. - vH I
W pit r ' 9 Bc
Tr Irit "'
D1V0RCE'Shy Little Quaker, She,
Let her be known as Sister Dorothea
for the convenience ol this talc. She
is one of the Shaker sisters in tho Leb
anon colony near Lebanon, N. Y. Sho
is tall, dark ami angular, wears spec
tacles and speaks quickly.
A party stopped at the office of the
Shakers to buy a few other articles
and some sugared nuts. The nuts arc
sold In paper boxes and the prlco Is
ten cents a box.
One )oung man selected nine boxes
and handed Sister Dorothea a one dol
"n liii Ing another box tho purchase
will amount to an even dollar," sug
gested Sister Dorothea, fingering the
"Yes, but by not buying another box
I will get ton cents change," replied
the purchaser, who concluded that
nine boxes was a liberal supply for the
girls of the party.
"Theo docs not begrudge another
ton cents, I trust," rejoined Sister Do
rothca. ha 17 critically.
"No. sister, but you apparently ore
more anxious to get that dime than 1
am to keep it. So I will take another
The shrewd sister smiled Just a tri
fle. She had won In the bargaining,
and did not mind the suggestion of
The young man passed a box among
tho girls of the party, and soon near
ly-all of the sugared walnuts were,
gone. SlBler Dorothea noticed this.
As the roan was going to the carriage
sho followed him and said in a low
voice. "Can 1 relieve thee of tho,
He looked surprised at this request
but quickly pouring the few remain
ing sugared walnuts Into one hand he
gave the paper box to the Shalier sis
ter. "I would havo to be penniless to i
deal with that Shaker sister with any
degree of success," remarked the
young man to the rest of the party.
"Yes; she Is the shrewdest business i
woman In the whole colony, and that.
Is saying a deal," said one of the girls
who knew. I
OBKOM THE CONTINENT TQM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM BAN FRANCTJOa
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raJr THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAY8 to New York.
mHin Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Bmok
tag and Library Cars, with Barbet
laop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Moils a-la-caxt).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
' . LOTHROP, General Agent
IK Third street, Portland, Oreioa.
. W. HITCHCOCK. General Agent,
Wo. 1 Montgomery St,, San Francisco.
. h. LOlfAX O. P. ft T. A.,
1471 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KING STREET LINB.
Cm Uara Walklk! lor tain) l J ). IS. i l A M.
it4 trtry is nlnuttt thcrttfter till iois. ntis tal
iijsp.m (roa Wtlklkl ro to tht Pumhoa Subloi.
Can Itiw R Ring or Pawn twlicb for ton al
I sja M aol cvtry it mlnutai (tit re altar till it oBF.M,
Cart If avi Fott an! Ktnf atTMti corner I or Patana
at 6 io A.M. aol tvtry is ntautts alter till li as
Cart leave for Palama only at s an $ jo A M
Cart leave Palana lor Vt alklkl s as A M anl ever?
is nlnutei till o. as . tnen at to is ana io as r.M
iDeii'ts' A, Iron Palama lor Puoahou only foee
Can leave Fort anJ Klne erreetl corner lot Rtlle
Rente at s o and a to a.m.
iara leave ron ana ire; htvvts comer iot v. ami
1 Valley al
ate os am anl every is ralnutea tilltoos'.M then at
io y an! 11,0 j P H. TaeiijsP.M eoeito Watklsl
ol Saturdays only.
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
Care leave Punahou Stable for Town at s ) and
tor Town and Valley atj aa so o.io V 6 e ? nod
Can leave Oahu College
o jo 6 so and t io A M ana
P.M cacert the even bourn
run from the SuMe
Cars leave NuuanuValle)
very io ntnutea thereafter
Care leave Fort and Q
College at 60s 6 as 6 as A
tier tills 41 f M After
SUkle up to 1 1 sr.. nntrh U lh I... ..
reaching the SuMe at 11 10 p.M
wjsrs.w.wjfffst to ni parts of tha hhnit
Watch Baked In Mince Pie konaTTvery
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PROP.
There Is one young matron of Hart-I that some person had stolen tho watch j FlEALAKEKU A,
lorn, ut.., no wm no longer wear ncrianc she could not be conwled.
watch when she goes into the kitchen
to bake pie The baking of pie is tho
only portion of the culinary work sho
does and she does this bvcauso her
husband says It tastes like that "moth
er used to make."
Among tho wedding presents of this
young matron was a handsome witch
London. May 5. If tho Marquis of whlch Bhe bought so much of that sho
r, . , , . , . , . . , vore It on all occasions.
Downshlro persists In his detcrmlna-, . .... . . b . ., ,
iu u Vviuvu it uanu u w uuc jtv-
urdoy All went well until a short
tlon to obtain a dlrorco against his
beautiful wife, In fnco of the dlssua-
time after tho plo was placed In tho
Tho nlco plo "like mother used to
make" was brought on for desert ai
dinner yesterday nnd a generous por
tion gtren the husband. He looked at
It and then asked his wife:
"What Kind of pie do you call this,
"Mince pie, of course," replied the
"Well, I should call it watch pic," re-
Horses and Carriages
To tht Volcano or the MotinUtna.
An excellent chance U offered foe
tourists to 1
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriage meet the S. 8. Mauna uc
it Kallna and take passengers OTerlantl
HlVe efforts of many Influential friends I CM'i., when sho discovered that her
of both families, tho case will bo a atch was missing from her chatelaine
..,, , , , , . ..... Ion which It usually hung on her dress.
' 1 She hunti-d nil through the house but in was nut. and the Jeweler's bin for
noble Marquis Is said to have confine- lctuW fln(l no Walch. The husband re-j repairs or the ImHed watch will lake
Ing proof In black and white of his turned homo nnd ho was told of the! considerable of the young matron's pin
life's unfaithfulness. I mishap. Tho wife became convinced- mon.-y.
marked the husband as he produced X Wne m nnn" " "
tho missing watch from the Interior of ' "'
tho niece be was about tn eat. 1
Ah this Is un account of what actual-' f
It. tl-ltin.in.t It n.,...l.l .in. .In n r, n .
- ...-j.. it lb nuut.i wt 111, iU BdJ
jthat tho watrh was still keeping time.
, R. & L. Co.
PROBLEMS FOB THE
All communications to thlB column to bo addressed to Chess Editor, Sun
day Bulletin, P. O. Dox 718, Honolulu. Contributions and solutions of prob
lems should reach the editor before Thursday noon of each week.
To Correspondents: Correct solu tlon of I'roblem No. 48 received from
II. T. Mooro, C. M. White, O. A. Turner, V. Weed, F. Schmidt 1. II K 4.
PROBLEM NO. 50,
(From Paris Tourney.)
WA 0W.1 WM Wm
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mm. 'Mv &1& wM
H pip P
iQS ivi Wm i?M
LOVE FOUND THE WAY WITH
HELP OF A STRONG BREEZE
The other day, when the wind blow time particularly nnd foiclbly to my Monday morning, with the old tie car
n 72-mlle gale, tho broker's clerk camo mind. The way tho wind used to towing behind.
In thrntmh tin. Rwlnirln.. ilnnrx r.io'l,low nt there WBS U CUUtlOn
fully brushing a new fcdoia.
got to take my girl fo tho theater to
night and ain't got time to go home
knV It lull' ui liflil nnli.' f( llm Ilnniilloi
An ro ' " """; : : .; "l . :
iiiuunu'ni nas utH'u up a boou urai oi
the sparo wind.
"Hilt thn lirno7o una n lurlrv llitnr
and change." ho growled. "That cornea fnr mo At g,non a)0lt mnccn
nf hntn. n flrt it, Ilnhnlrfin nn tl.tti'!
In Kast New York.
"Well, a man deserves to hao trou
ble If he will keep company with a
girl from Hobokcn," said the man with
the checked trousers, unfeelingly.
miles west my girl lltcd, and an I nad
no Sunday trains or btitl.iess of nny
kind, I used to go up thcro and stay
oer Sunday. Hut a livery horso from
Saturday night till Monday morning
tost me loo much money, so I rigged
up a sail on an old tlo tnr. All I had
WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVES.
Played In Manchester (Ling.) Chosa
Club In December last. Notes by Jas.
Mason In II. C. M.:
1 P-K 4 1 P-K 4
2 Kt K 1) 3 2 Kt Q 11 3
3 D D 4 3 n B 4
4 V Q Kt 4 IDlKtP
6 P D 3 G H-Ml 4
C P Q 4 0 P x P
7 CftBtlos 7 P x P
8 Q Kt3 8 Q 113
9 B KKtS(a) 9 Q-Kt8
10 KtxP 10 Ilxin(b)
HQxB 'IMIP QD "'
12 11 Q 5
17 Kt II 4
18 Q K 7 (d)
19K It Bq
20 Q x Q Kt P
21 P x D (o)
23 It K 3 (f)
24 It KKt3
26 Q R K Kt
27 Qn Kt2
28 P no
12 KKt K2
15 CastleB (c)
16 n 116
17 Q KtS
19 n 113
20 Q It K D sq
22 Q x II P
23 O. US
21 Kit 112
25 Q Q5
27 R K sq (g)'
28 n K8ch
This wind reminds mo of tho tlmo to du Saturday night was to hoist my
when I held tlown a telegraph key In suit, push tho tlo tnr out on tho main
one of those prnlrle towns In Nebraska' t rack, and In less tnan an hour I was
jears ago, buiu tno man witn the sto-jat uy Journey's end. Then I'd como
glc. "An" speaking of girls, brings tho back on the first train bound cast
000-0C o o
9 K n 2 29 Q K I
30 Q Kt 4 30 P Kt 3
31 P 114 31 Q ft 8
32 Il-Q 3 3S K 11 K 2
33 Q Kt3ch 33 KR-K3
31 It Ktsq 31 K Kt2(h)
35 Qxlt (I) 33 Q Kt7ch
36 It Kt 2 36 Q x It cfi
37 K X Q 37 It x Q
38 K 1)3 38 K D2
39 H K 3 39 It n 3 (J)
10 It n 3 (k) 10 K K 3
41 11117 11 H Dsq
42 K K 3 47 K Q 4 and
Illack eventually won.
(a) Compares with tho standard 9
! K 5, etc., In whlcUthls D Is posted
on It 3.
(b) Approved by Dr. Lasker In his
book, especially when White proceeds
(O All this Is Bafn enough, but
should not somo risk bo incurred for
mntcrlal advantago? An Kvans with
tho middle game mostly left out.
(d) Tho play about hero may bo va
ried easily, but hardly Improved.
(o) If 21 P Kt 3, P Kt 4; 22 Kt
Kt 2 Q II 6; 23 It K Kt sq, P D G;
White would, probably, lose.
U) Or 23 Q K 3. Hut M. Janowski
plays for an attack when ho can.
(g) The manetivrlng of Qs and Its
on both sides Is highly Instructive.
(h) Or 34 , II K 7 eh; 35 K It
sq. Q Kt 7; perhaps better for black.
Or 31... II K 7 ch; 35 It Kt 2, Q
K U 8; anil Whlto' situation would bo
(I) Almost necessary; or the attack
would rest mainly with his adversary.
(j) Exchanging would mean Draw
ing, In nil probability.
(k) Now 10 P Q It 4 would be
stronger to Draw; trying to oxchango
for Q P.
'Tor moro thnn a year i went to see
my girl every Saturday night by means
of that sail car. It was a cinch and no
"Yes; but do you mean to Bay tho
wind blew In tho same direction ovcry
Satin doy during all that tlmo?" asked
tho meek man, for tho grocer's clerk
"Of courso I don't."
"Then how did ou manage on thoso
nights when It blow In the other three
"Easy enough. I had another girl at
a station fifteen miles east," Bald tho
stoglo man, and, lighting another Pitts
burg product, ho strolled out beforo
the meek man recovered.
ONE CHOSE TO PAY.
TEA AN ANTIDOTE.
General Doom, head or me Salva
tion Array, sajs there are five hun
dred thousand persons In Oreat Urlt-
aln who get drunk every day, and he
pioposes to cure them of drunkenuess
by Inducing them to drink tea.
Consequently the members of tho
Salvutlon Army have been Instructed
to obtain from policemen tho names
and addresses of all tho Inebriates,
after which they are to visit them nt
their homes and present them with n
tcrtaln kind of tea which Is warranted
to produce In n short time a distaste
'or all Intoxicating liquors
From and after January L
STATIONS oaiiv oaiit
IOumjiJ; ai. Sun. DAILY ai Sun DAllv OAILT
A.M. A.M. AM P.M. PM
Honolulu f to o it has i ).
Paall City.,.. o) o it II o la? :)
Ewa Mill. ... 8 JJ loot la oo 405 (to
WalanM 10;. 4 4f
Watalua ll'lf s 40 ....
Kahukil lap oil ....
llnvatJ) i Sun. DAllv daily DAILY
AM. AM P.M P.M.
Kahllm 5 is .... i1
walalua 610 ...r a so
Walanaa 10 ... SI
Ewa Mill 5 50 III 1 os 4 1
PaailCitr 6 is oj 1:10 as'
Honolulu t so lis os s
r C. SMITH. Oen'l Pass. & Ticket Aft.
O. P. DHNISON. Superintendent
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND t : t
P.ana aol aitlmatat lumlh4 tor atl Clascal
Tel. Main 249.
ROOM 300 SOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
"Sho comes of a very good family.
Ono of her ancestors was beheaded in
tho Towor of Lolidon."
"How lovely." Now York Sun.
Tl;reo men had been out on a spree,
and on tho way homo lato at night
they made a wager that the ono who
did not do as his wtfo told him should
pay fur a champagne supper tho fol
The first one returned home, and
his wife greeted him thus:
"Hullo, you beauTl That's right.
knock all tho ornaments oft tho man
telpleco!" Ho knocked them nil off.
Tho second returned, nnd on going
Into his houso fell against tho piano,
whereupon his wife said:
"Go on, get the chopper and smash
Hn did so
Tho third returned, and on going up
stairs, his wife said:
"You mlsernblo scamp, Tall down
stairs and break your neck!"
Needless to say, ho paid for tho sup
per. Sparo Moments.
tin-can shacks arc precious landmarks; not even our
fragrance wafted upon the wings of the morning shall
cause our removal, although the hand of progress has
been seen at a distance waving toward us up-to-date
improvements Tin" -"ough cesspools main
tained by the pot mpany, and a new-
generation onl) to' oust us, and
so we sail ir
slush, and jc
firm in otr
at the "I
hkeh to be tie.
turn to I'ranee u
The microbes sm.
oth mud and
tors, the inoij-
ry at least
ire dead we
Sulncrlls-ri to the III U.F.TIN
the web h not only receiving
all the latr.t Iv-U anJ lorrign
ity llic lchl RsiMe mriM to
kctp in tout h with all the leA.1
in Punnet llouaea In the
Termors throuuh the .idveftiv
iK Loluuilia Tu receive thin
retard tend one scar' auu
l.l MMi IIULLKTIN U oo
Sl'SDVV " i i
WI-IKIY ' loo
1 the mud
o have pro-
pleasure of a
j "butt in" is
.rtial on his re-occurred.
.it women who bathe
in the Park watering trollfi.. urc happy, and the clucks
at ail iki have a gathering at which Chairman Drake
presides. u,'on which occasion he quacks like this: I
congratulate ou, my darlings, upon your escape from