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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. II. T., SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1902.
You do onrself nn injustice If you
should buy now millinery without first
seeing our new stock.
Wo liavo Just received an elegant
assortment of tho latest prevalent
styles and shapes In LADIES' SUM
MER HATS, hoth trimmed and un
trimmed; also tho beautiful Iloman
stripes tho nowest thing for hat dec
orations. All attractively displayed In
our Millinery Department.
Pretty Lace Curtains
Anjono desiring CURiAINS will
And our stock a Veritable, garden,
whero tho newest ideas In designs can
bo found at prices to suit all pocket-books.
Handsomo CURTAIN SWISS In
whlto and colors.
CURTAIN MADRAS, plain and
CURTAIN SCRIM In plain and
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD
We have Just reclveil a shipment
of GASOLINE find KEROSENE
Z FISHING TORCHES, absolutely
aw- snfo and cannot by blown out,
Cl Aside from being used fop fishing
1 purposes, they have proven to be
Si an excellent OUTSIDE LIGHT fop
W plantation use. PRICE $2.25 UP
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd.
S Hardware Department. -
The Pride of the Home
TT III I JL MACHINI
H. Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd.
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Vanilla Bean Culture
In Seychelles Islands
Following is the conclusion of tho. Ing that, with the above climate vnnll-
article that has bcn running In tho
Bulletin for a neck or bo past on va
nilla bean cultiiro In the Seychelles
The foregoing account of vanilla cul
tivation, being the outcome of experi
ence gained in the Seychelles alone,
and there chtclly In the hills may need
many modifications to adipt It to dif
ferent circumstances pertaining to
other lands, nnd. Indeed, possibly may
be of little use for such. For instance,
In n drier climate Irrigation might bo
needful, and It would not be necissnry
with n reliable, sufficient annual dry
period to prepare vines for dowering
by checking sap flow In certain bran
ches, ns it Is In this colony. This Is
not found necessary In certain dis
tricts inhere the rainfall is not such ni
to keep plants growing continuously,
for they stop growing of themselves
nnd tonic Into flower without coaxing.
Agnln. under less favorable growing
conditions the vines would need tnoro
nutriment and attention to Btlmulata
These and similar considerations
which will suggest themselves to tho
render may serve to save a brief sum
mary from appearing too dogmatic.
The following conditions of climate,
method of growing, etc., appear to tho
writer to bo most favorable to tho
successful cultivation and handling of
the vanilla crop.
Climate With shade temperature
ranging nbout 80 K , never much nbovo
or below It, and a humid, still ntmov
pherc, n rainfall of 80 to 100 Inches or
more, evenly distributed through ten
months In the year, the remaining two
months being dry, with occasional
short and very light showers the ten
wet months for continuous luxuriant
growth, the two dry ones to check it
nnd bring vines Into flower.
Soil A skin of rich vegetable mold
resting on n porous substratum. Kail-
A BOY IN
la should do well on any soil If tho
rots are kept covered with decaying
Sltuntlon. Moderate slopes.
Shade Small-leafed trees to let
checkered sunlight through
1'lnnts Cuttings 10 to 12 feet long
of growing shoots, which should not
cease, growing If planted alter the dry
season, but go straight on nnd flower
full In two j ears.
Planting Cither In lln on posts
nnd bars, or on shrubs of suitable size
nnd leafage at tho risk of wholesale
destruction from disease, or plants
well kept apart, each on Its own sup
port so that nnv vine showing signs ni
sickness may ho removed before in
fecting Its neighbors
Culture Plantations to be gone
through hlmnnthl) , shoots on the
ground loopul up climbing brandtcx
brought down, decajed leaves, etc,
laid on roots for manure whin needed
Preparations for flowering according
Cropping Plowers to bo pollinated
In forenoon, preferably such ns will
hang deal and grow straight pods,
quantity regulated according to mass
and vigor of each vine but not such ns
to hinder the start of new growth for
more than two or three months Pods
should lie catherpil everv other d.iv.
Curing The Blower the better, be
ginning In n heated room at about 110"
J i. for some dajs, then In n cooler one
90 to 100 K.. Ilnlshlng at ordinary
tcmperntuic. humldlt) of air kept
! down If need be hv charcoal brnzlets
Slarketlng Qualities and lengths
kept distinct made up In packets of
J CO pods, nnd neatly packed In tins
I holding nbout 12 pounds each.
Labor Cheapness and Intelligence
ore of tho grthtest Importance in vanil
la production The cultivator must
himself have his ejes everywhere, tho
best of labor known here deteriorates
quickly If left to Itself.
A prominent Mont roil elf rey man, Hie Hev Jamil
II Dlxnn, llectnr St J a fie iml Hon, Cannn of
ChrUt Church CAthfriml, wrlir "Permit me tn
end you a few line to itrnnijty rcromniot r
Ptnnr IUyis Pain-Killeh. 1 late nMltvrlth
Mil fiction for tlilrtyflte jcurt. It I ft prtiara.
tlnn which dewrvefl full public eotilliter.ee
m If A nre rur for
I iilllHnill Fm I -uuk"
I Ulll lllllUl Chills,
Two Size, i'.c. and fWV
ThiU only one Taln-Kltlt-r, Parry Dovls.'
nnd also sorry for the man who hasn t
nn ELECTRIC FAN this kind of
weather Why melt nnd mop our
face when fur $15 00 Invested In nn
clcctrli fan you can have gtnulnu cool
V0U MAY GO
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A meeting of the executive commit
tec of the McKlnle Memorial Park
was held In tho Ilajik of Hawaii jester
da afternoon. At that time the let
ter from the trustees of the IHshon
Hstate, assenting to the counter pro
posal of the committee that the park
site bo made to consist of fourteen
neres Instead of ten, as at first propos
ed was read. The cost of tho entire
block of land wns placed nt 15000 The
committee, bj resolution, then direct
ed the p.iment to the trustees of that
sum nnd securing a receipt for tho
same. This Is to permit the making
of the deed In the namo of nn asso
ciation which It ma be denied to ask
to maintain control of the park In the
The treasurer stated that there wan
now In his hands or subscribed n sum
vcrj close to $10 000 Some or tho
heav subscriptions had not it been
(ollected but It Is understood Hint
the work of set tiring this mono) Is to
lie pushed ahead ns rapidly as pos
sible, so that the making of the park
will not be lung delajed
The suh-commltteo submitted plans
for the work of filling In the ground
and securing a surface adipted to tho
purposes of a park, nnd this matter
was thoroughly discussed There were
on flic several bids for tho carrvlng
nut or the plans presented.
John O. Hothwell resigned as chair
man of the Honolulu Committee, to
which he had been appointed by tho
executive committee upon tho resigna
tion of Henry Wntorhouso. Mr. Itoth
well would not havo accepted the po
altlon, but he was placed there at a
meeting At which he was not present,
nnd so could not resign until ester
day. He explained that l.ls resigna
tion was due only to tho fact that ho
has so much on his hands that he can
not give to the matter all the atten
tion It deserves
On motion, tho resignation wns ac
cepted, Mr Itothwill agreeing to con
tinue to act with the committee espe
cially In the matter or n curing a
chairman to take up the work
Secretary Henry i:. Cooper wa
ndckd to the committee
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
Kind Street. Telephone 300
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The Transcendent Arc Light
500 C. P. Consumes nothing but or
dinary Kerosene Oil. The best light
known to sclcnco and tho cheapest.
Havo received the Highest Awards al
the Pan American Exposition. Suit
nblc for store and halls, ana arc In uso
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout tho city, such ns Wall,
Nichols Co, Honolulu Drug Co, Hollls
ter Drug Co , Mclnerny Shoo Store,
Kllto lco Cream Parlors, Hawaiian Ho
tel and others too numerous to men
tion Wo also have tho samo Arc
Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
nblo for lamps to bo placed in yrrda
ns n protection against night prowlers.
Our lamps nro In uso tnroughout all
Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
Take Laxative tiromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money it it
rails to euro. h. . droves signature
Is on each box. 2R rents.
The vlilago church nt t'pleathnm,
North Yorkshire Is claimed to be tho
smallest In Knglnud The church
dates back OOl) ear Some of tho I
tombstones In the grave) ard are dated i
Play According to Rules !
Send 75 cents for handsome book entitled
THE GAME AND HOW TO PLAY IT.
(Dy Arnold Parker.
Winner of Queen's Hnll Open Ping
Puts before the public In tho sim
plest nnd clearest manner tho way in
which tho chief strokes of this fancl
nafing game enn be performed Kver
thing explained with great detail Tho
work Is an authority Will bo sent
postpaid to an) nddrcss
WM. C. LY O N,
'200-201 .IUDD IIUILDING.
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wl" Chicago Record-Herald.
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ami we mall lnt ruction, tirtltiinni J
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I'rrtiy t'lrre of fluid llntiUi Tr) rltrat m re.
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A Combination of Art and Utility. Used by many In preference to otber
makes of the samo price. It Is demonstrating Its merits. Quilt to Sew Well
and to Lait. Call and Inspect" tho different styles.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR DNTIRE STOCK
, MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902,
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVE D.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
p. o. Boi m.
W"I3XTC3r "WO 03E3CL3T
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dttltu la Flat 3 Iks aal Gran Lin em. Chloi ana: Japtam Oooai el All C all
ti-it Nuuanu ttrttt
Henry H. Williams
run piiooRi'.ssivn undhrtakhu
Ol' : IIOMH.ULU t WITH : THU
CITY - FORITURE - STORE
a specialty. . .
The very la'est methoJs
employed In caring fur the
dead. A lull stock of the bet
and up-to-date undertaklnR
goods and paraphernalia.
5 1 vi m Mr
onu merits &
Remember there Is no other
MK. WILLIAMS connected
with this etjbliihini"iit , so
make no mure mist ikes.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Fort Street! opp. Love Building.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBING
REMOVES AIL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTERS' GROCERY STORE
Office, 1140 and 1148 Fort St., Love Building
Phone, Main 64. Hesldence 1375 Pirt S ., below Vineyard. Phone and Night Call, White 3811
.xjstone-f Beaver Lunch Rooms
WATCH ES ! Port Ht" bct Qccn iimlMcrcluint
DURABLE and ACCURATE'
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America's OliiMl nnd
Largest Watch Factory
For solo by
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Breakfaat, Lunch and Dinner
Everytnlng first elnsi Cornpleto Una
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