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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., THUHSDAY, MAY 22, 1M2.
5 OF RBI
NOVELTIES IN SILKS
SOMETHING REALLY BEAUTIFUL
Seo the display or new slllcs this week; every design choice and
a dazzling variety of patterns. Handsome showing of some of the
patterns In our window. The window Is only a reflection of tho beau
ty that Is shown within. Don't go by our store without flrBt seeing
NEW FANCY CORDED SILKS
Extra heavy quality of exquisite colorings and every piece a gem;
the very latest. This wcclt 60c yard.
SOLID COLOR JAPANESE SILKS
Ileal bona fide Jap. heavy quality, full line of coTols.
40c and 50c per Yard
SILK AND SATIN LIDERTY FOULARDS
Dross lengths and designs; positively captivating; colors exqui
site and all new new NEW.
HANDSOME WASH MATERIALS
Every Incoming steamer adds to our splendid stock of Wash Ma
terials and wo bcllcvo every lady who has seen our goods wilt pro
nounco tho stock to bo tho flnost ever shown In this city. New goods
Just arrived and arc now on exhibition. All the latest novelties.
Special lino of embroidery edg-
Whlto ground with black polkn
dots nrul white ground with fan
cy figures; 34 Inches wide.
6 Yards for $1.00
Very fine quality, exquisite pat
terns, sure to please. Tor yard
Colored giound with fancy fig
ures. 7 Yards for $1,00
AND LINEN TISSUE
The very latest with trimming
Very stylish and durable If you
haven't bought any Jo so at
Only 25c a Yard
Regular 33c and 10c Value.
Dainty goods and a largo varie
ty of patterns.
Il Yard for SI. 00
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES
Extra quality In figured stripes,
solid stripes, polka Uots.
6 Yards for $1,00
Latest patterns, very sneer.
20c the Yard
Full line of solid colors.
Direct Importation 'from Eng
land, although tho duty Is high
we are selling 10-yard pieces at
MISS HELEN KELLER.
lli'lrn Keller till tul. in in .inn ainiiu. vviiu spent one hour "talking" w Hi
I'ri'sldi'iil lltHwvelt ri'ci'iitly. Is tui-my years of ugo. t'nder tin- llit-c-l!-n
of Mlchiu'l Anngnm of the IVrkliiD Institute of Huston mid with the help of
Professor Alexander (iruhain Hell her education Ims been carried on. M1m
SiiIIImiii. Iier ti'iirhcr mill companion. Ims acquired worldwide fume fur
the Intlnlto patience she has shown In the development of her pupil. Today
Helen carries on a regular conersatlon. using her own voice to speak and
placing her Angers on the lips of the speaker ns a substitute for ber earn
She Is a student at Radcllffe college.
STEADY MARCH OF TEMPERANCE LAW
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
It Is estimated that fully 30.000.000
people arc living In the I'liltcd States
under pioliibltlon, cither by state or
by IijihI option. This is more tliun a
third of the entire population of the
K public. The following counties hao
In the various Slates enacted ptohlbl
Alabama In 50 out of CO counties.
Arkansas In 50 out of 75 counties,
California In 175 cities and towns.
Colorado In 50 cities and towns.
Connecticut In 75 out of 125 towns.
Dclawaic In fully half of the State.
Klorldu In 30 out of 45 counties,
(leorgla The whole of the State, ex
cept 4 cities.
Illinois In C50 cities and towns.
Indiana In 140 towns.
Iowa The whole of the Slate, except
Kansas The whole of the Slate.
Kentucky In 90 out of 119 counties.
Louisiana In 20 out of 69 counties.
Maine The whole or the State.
Maryland In 15 out of 21 counties.
Massachusetts In 203 out of 351
cities and towns.
Michigan In 400 cities and towns.
Minnesota In 400 cities and towns.
1 fishing lights!
ZH We hnvc Just rcclvecl n shipment &
E ot GASOLINE nnd KEROSENE 2
SI FISHING TOUCHES, iibHolutely Z2
safe nnd cannot by blown out.
S Aside from being used fop fishing m
Cl purposes, they have proven to be -m
an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT tor j
fc plantation use. PHICE $2.25 UP 3
g Tlieo, H. Davies & Co., Ltd. 3
c Hardware Department. -
Mississippi In 71 out of 75 counties.
Missouri In SI out of 115 counties.
Montana In a few counties.
Nebraska 'in 250 cities nnd towns.
New Hnmpshiic The whole of tho
New Jersey In 200 cities and towns.
New Yoik In 7l)U titles mid towns.
North Carolina In CO out of 90 coun
ties. North Dakota The whole of tin-Stale.
Ohio In 500 cities and towns.
Oregon In the gieat Indian reservation.
Pennsylvania In CO cities and towns
and 20 counties.
Ilhodo Island In 20 cities and towns.
South Carolina The whole of the
State, except 10 cities.-
South Dakota Tho whole of the
State, except a fo wcltles.
Tennessee In 70 out of 90 counties.
Texas In 120 out of 2 III counties.
Vermont The whole of the State.
Virginia In 55 out of 100 counties.
Washington In 50 cities and towns.
West Virginia In 40 out of 51 coun
ties. Wisconsin In 300 cities and towns.
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THE UNYAWNED YAWNS. Or joifvo gone, perchance, to dine In
A Pitying world lias hluhhcicd long Some new-found Webster to bear
D er tho unklsscd kiss, and tho uiibong orate.
song, I toinn pounded the talile anil s:lil.
ind the untbunk thought, not dend, "(loon!
yet gone. I And Inwardly gioanecl wlta an tin-
Hut never hns wept for the unynvvned yawned yawn.
I And nt church but here 'twould bo
You have met, perchance, with the wiong. you know.
chronic boie If u can't stay awake in ihurch,
Who tells you the tales he has told don't go
kv n nere ones inougui may ne inr
You have tiled to smile as he maun
And you'vo nearly burst with an un
Or the youth who comes six nights In
And wnos tho maiden till half-past
Who sits, as she thinks, "Will he stay
Of tho snfcty-vulvo of an unyawned
And the frame convulsed with an un
Ana yet, ns our men of science say,
.nere Is nothing that's lost or wastes
Somewhere In tho yawning depths of
.. . ihe unyawned yawns may bavo
found their place.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries,
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEKOIIANT STREET.
IE3 . 0. IBcnc 880 3Ca,ira. 2in
Read the Dulletln. SI 0" year.
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HOWTO PLAY PING-PONG
Definitions of Some of the More Important Strokes.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P. O. BOX MJ. Til. il.
THE OLDEST CHu SSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttliit In Flet Sllkl ind Gun Llmni. Ctiln.M in Jipmut Gooll ot All (loll.
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor Boston
When a player has a general Idea of I'lng-I'ong. nnd Ib thoroughly con
versant with the mure Impoitant principles, attention Is naturally turned to
tho vailous strokes that arc playable. Ily simply utuining the hall, either
In lobbing or half olleylng, the player cannot hope to become an expert, and
It Is on tho udvnnred strokes that this article will deal. Ileforo any special
strokes nie tried the player should know to a nicety Just what strength Is re-
nulled to make the hall bounce Just over tho net. near the rear eiourt line.
And closo to the further end of tho table. Ibis Is best learned by contiuu.il
practice at trying to keep the ball on the table. After a little time spent at
this tally of from 40 to SO consecutlvostiokes will be fairly easy to accom
plish. Caic should bo taken to hit the ball with tho center of tho racquet, and
If the arm Is given plenty of play this will bo found qulta easy. I'litlenco at
this gamo will ovcicomu all difficulties, and while u player can learn how to
play In ono evening, It will take many months before he or she can hope to
become an expert
Thcro nre several strokes which are frequently used In a single game,
among them being running nnd icvcrse screws, shooting and undercutting.
All of these nro possible with either for hand or backhand strokes, uiul each li
played differently. When nny particular kind of stioko is tried, It should
bo thoroughly mastered before a second Is attempted, and own tho slioko
learned should recelvo plenty of practlco In severnl sets.
Screws arc balls which turn cither to tho right or left after they bounce,
and arc distinguished ns in billiards, by tho terms 'running" and "icveise." A
running screw Is made when n lull played, say. fiom the nculh end of a ta
hlo tuius to the east, and a reveiso screw when It tuins to tho right. Thy
running sciew Is best made by a backhand slioko and tho roverse with a
forehand stroke. The former is well adapted for service from the right
hand couit, and tho latter may bo used with advantage with tho left service,
loth, however, should bo played during tho game, and tho ono used should
bo tho hardest for tho opponent to ictiiin that Is, make It turn nwny from
him, or If he la expecting that paillcular screw, use the ppposlte ltotli of
theso should be played after tho hall has reachod Its full height aftei tho
bounce, an better icsults are then obtainable
' ' (Continued Tomorrow.)
, woman may declare that she can
neither rest nor sleep In the day time,
that she Is too nerve-strained and ex
cited Let her. If she wishes to keep
her outh and beauty, try a systematic!
half hours rest, with complete lelax
atlon eer day. Ily this means Bhc
retains her well-rounded figure, elac
tlc step and carriage, her delicate lose-
lined skin and the brilliancy of youth
In her eyes. Not only this, nut sh" rr-
turns from the magic dip In I lie rest
land and perhaps dreamland to her
post of duty fresh. In goa I spirits
ready to carry on things with Urn.
If a half-hour Is Impossible, u lest
and nap of live, ten or twenty n.lnutei
Is quite as leficshlng. even note so
than one of an hour's length. Nor h
tlfle ull Irtttel w lj of g.i.u i.g time
on a uiik) d,i than to c tit out s 'me few
Minutes for lenewlng ones cni'igics.
After a morning's effort, uody and
in I ml nic both tagged. 'Ihe work Hags,
things go wrong, and It Is c.nly by tlu
nap of the salutary furt wiuM order)
that the wheels of life are made l j druij
Choose n darkened loom, remove
gown and corset.' Not a little ot the
value of this day time rest coiulits lu
a complete change of all clothlut, worn
In the morning.
If you would rest In the best fashion
of the world, do away with the pillow
and He Hat: making yourself na physi
cally comfortable as possible. Close
the ccs, relax tho muscles 'et ewiy
tired nerve down from its usual ten
sion. The light position to take when test
ing or sleeping Is on the right side, be
cause then the licurt has moie .com
to perfoun Its work. The arms tniist
lie placed at the sides and kept theic.
If they nre thrown over the bead, the
muscles of the head, neck and chest aic
contracted. The right position Is
most Important for sufTererH fiom In
somnia, which Is often brought on by
Tho bed should be removal fmr.i lb
wall, as It Is not conducive to health til
be near ono on account of danipu.'M
for one thing, and another thing, more
serious, Is that one's breath Is thrown
back to be Inhaled again. A severe
morning headache In one case was cur
ed permanently by simply moving tha
bed from near the wall Into the middle
of the room.
The value of surroundings that do
not excite tho Imagination is an Im
portant thing to consider. In preparing
a room for repose unci sleep. Tne vvulli
must have restful tints and there can
not be too little furniture or too few
plenties and hrlc-u-brac
1 hesc things get on the nerves ami
Induce wrinkles and crow's feet and a
dull complexion. Let the wind.' en
vironment ot the Ik tl loom bieathe ul
A mom spotlessly clean Is nbo ne-
lessary, not only for test, but for com
plexions as well, iliiht being the giea.1
enemy of a woman's good looks. It
settles In the skin nud wrinkles aic ac
tuated by it.
Ihe occasional holiday In bed U
planned on the same lines ns the nftei
noon test. It. too. Is taken In a dark
ened loom, and In solitude. Talking,
rending, thinking all aic forbidden
even eating, with the exception of a
small allowance of liquid fond. In tilts
way wonders nie wiought In building
up and resulting tnno of the system.
If there Is neither time nor oppor
tunity for reclining, rest may bo taken
by placing the hands behind tho he.iJ
ami swnlng the body sldewise, then
standing and twisting the upper part
of the body. This changes the circu
lation nnd icllcves the btrain on a ici
tain set of muscles.
Clara Ilarton, who Is still young at
CD, gives this prescription for rcaiulug
"I cultivate the accomplishment of
resting and of napping. I shut my
eyes and go to sleep whenever them
is n lull In my work.
"I either rest or play. I dun't putter
Unit's what ages women puttering.
When I sec a woman breaking down
with neivous ptotstatlon 1 wonder
when women will leain to stop putter-
"I wouldn't sew a button onto one
of my shoes Jor nil the kingdoms of tho
earth. A woman can't bo a shoo
uicnder. a dressmaker, a housekeeper,
and a domestic economizer nil in one.
Tho minute she tries to do It she
breaks down, and then some one vviltea
a brilliant article cm 'Why American
Women Break Down."
"Sleep Is n great thing for women
Half tho women 1 know don't sleep
enough, dun't rest enough." Philadel
who hasn't an electric fan
this kind of weather. Why
melt and say 'TVhow! Isn't It
hot"! when you can have on
unlimited number of coolest
zephyrs that blow for JIB
ready to cool nt any time?
That's the price of our elec
tric fans. Don't put oft being
comfortable. ' " '
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone .100
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
t00 C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to science nnd
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the I'an-Amcrlcan Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and aro in us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such as Wall. Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllstcr Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Elite Ico Cream Tar
tors, Hawnllan Hotel nnd otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also havo the eamo
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
able for lamps to bo placed In yards as a
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps nro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. Tor further particulars Inqtilro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. C. W. Macfarlane, M'g
Porter Furniture Co.
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions, Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City, Now located in the
Fort Htrcet, opp. Love Bulicllnjv.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering and Constriction Go.
ROOMS 50S, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN F
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys ana Ktv.
ports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrlo Constructloa
f'ltns and Specification! and Estimates I'rcparod, and Construction Buprim.
tended, In all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roAda, Electric and St, -arm; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Fou4a
Uons, Plen. Wharves, otc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report! ml
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, H. AM. Boa a V.
Engineer and Hanactr.
TT. R. CASTLE JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
I. De Turk's Table Wines
justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A large
supply of tho different varieties Just
11. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
There nro some Slinplo Remedies In
dispensable In nny family. Among
these, tli ecxpeiience of years iihsuics
us. should be refolded I'AIN-KILLEU.
I'nr both Internal nnd extrrnnl atinli-
I callous we nave rounil It or great vil
ur; especially can vw recommend It for
colds, uieuiiiiittsm. or fresh wounds
mil liittlsos Christian Eia Avoid sub
stitutes, there Is but one I'.tln-Klller,
I'eny Davis'. 1'rlco 25c. and f0c.
1 Hunting disinfecting plants nre now
stationed In Cuba nt Havana, Matau
smb. Santiago nnd rienfui'ttos, nnd a
nlunt is now In course of const met Inn
it the pott of Havana fur use nt Nue-
itas. A lloatlng plant has been stn
' Vimc! nt Sim J111111 and another at
' Pinto Klco.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, II. T., Mny 10, 1902.
Received fiom EMMET7 MAY. draft for Fifteen Hundred Dollars on
tho GERMANIA LIFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount nssurcd by Tollcy
,No. 20SC,'3 on tho life of William Mojcr, deceased
1600. (Signed;) CECIL I1ROWN,
Administrator Estate of Wm. Meyer.
Tlio GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven In enso of sul
cldo niter the policy 1ms been in force ono veur. It w 111 bo remembered that
Win. Meyer shot himself recently.
12M.Ml2'ri' MAY, .MnniiKcr.
Gcrmanla Life Ins. Co, Judd Building. -,
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