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SUNDAY tlULLETIN. IIONOL'OLU. It. T., SUNDAY. JUNK 22, 1902.
In this market. Recommended by tho
s a system-builder for children, nurs
Irg mothers and convalescents.
J WAYS OF WOMAN
A red hended woman may have tho
sweetest temper In tho world, but It Is
not alwas wise to rub her (ur tho
wrong way to see If she haB.
Women would loc each other de
votedly If there were no men on earth,
Women with pretty feet hate over
shoes and love wet weather.
Eve hadn't been In the Garden of
Eden fifteen minutes until she disco
ered that the smooth surface of a pool
was a mirror.
The women who are capable of tho
great sacrifices arc not the women who
arc suITerlng In mind because women
haven't equal rights with men.
A good woman Is Heaven's best gift
to man, as a bad woman Is the worst.
net your money on the pretty women
In a short raco but the one that Isn't
so pretty will win in the long run.
A woman who Is not neat Is a misfit.
An Idle woman Is the devil's work
shop. A rolling woman gathers no husband.
Woman, In our hours of ease. Is un
certain, coy and hard to please.
Are Now in Vogue
Honolulu Girl Visits
Germany and Gives Her
Views and Impressions
Wo began our tour by going first to opposite known as tho Katz. She used
Wiesbaden. It was a happy day, or to sit on the rock In the dat(mo and
rather a lucky one, thai we did so, as comb her golden hair, singing mean
the Kaiser was there attending the fes- while a song that coud be heard by
thai season In the Opera. Tho streets every boatman who passed Iho rock
and buildings were decorated with below. In the night sfio would creep
flags and bunting, also the depot over to 8t. Ooars castle and, at last,
where the rojal train was awaiting charmed by her beautiful voice, ho fol-
Washable affairs seem to bo the or
der of the day, for along with her tub
gowns, her parasols which will with
stand a thorough drenching, and her
washable co.its. comes nnothcr little
fancy for milady, and this, too, is war
ranted to survive the process oi vigor
It Is prett, this latest novelty. In
useful nnd scrvlcable, so Its success ai
a summer accessory of the smart, lm
maculate duck and dimity girl Is al
ready an assured fact.
The washable fob, as It Is called, dls
plas all manner of miniature belong
ings characteristic of tho sportswoman,
and Is, for this very reason, eminently
suited for summer wear.
Though gilt spurs stirrup and horse
shoes figure prominently on these new
fobs, they could scared be called
mannish for daintiness saves them
from this sad fate. Knowing the sum-
mr woman s fondness for things fresh,
prett and Immaculate, clever minds
have been Kept busy dlsuivcrlng nnd
designing novelties which will suit her
particular taste, nnd a genuinely new
article Is now hclng offered In place
of the usual gold or sliver fob. which
has lately returned to favor.
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Puro and palatable.
Has all tho tonic properties and
tho delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St
Phone Main 140.
In German Cabs
Public automobiles operated In Der
lln run at tho same tarin as uic
droschkles which go by horse power-
that Is, about sevent-llvo cents an
I.lko most of the Derlln public vo
hlclcs nnd those of other German cit
ies, It Is equipped with a tnxnmctcr.
This dcvlco Is a clock whose speed la
accelerated by an odometer attached
to tho axle of the call. Tho revolutions
of the wheels mark the distance trav
elled, and nccordlng to this distance
j ou pay for the use ot otir can
The clock's face Is divided Into
spaces representing one hundred pfen
nigs The minimum faro Is fifty pfen
nigs, and tho clock hand staits at the
dlty pfennig mark. When ou havo
travelled n distance which nccoidlng
to tho legal schednlo Is chargeable at
(lftv nfinnlES the clock hand Jumps to
fifty five nnd It continues to move ns
tho wheels revolve If our cab
stands stilt tho hand still goes, but ai
a slower rate of speed
His Majesty preparatory to taking him
to Potsdam at midnight. Henrlng that
the Kaiser was to leave the Opera for
the train nt 10-45, we made our way
through the crowds to the entrance ot
(he Opcrn House driveway and found
a plate right on the edge of the curb
ing It began to rain and rained as It
docs sometimes In Honolulu, In buck.
etBful However, we were thqro o
stay, and waited patiently. In splto of
the torrentB, until the carriages bear
tng tho rojal party drove by. Tho
first carriages were closed and drove
rapidly past. The people leaned oag
orly forward and scanned the faces ol
tho occupants to sec If one of them
might bo His Imperial Majesty, Kaiser
Wllhelm All of n sudden, the lire.
men.wlio lined the driveway on cither
side, straightened up llko soldiers, and
the word was given that Ills Majesty
was coming. Sure enough, there he
sat In nn open carriage, drawn by two
white, prancing horses, nnd bowing on
cither sldo to tho throngs lining tho
streets Wo nil streamed "Hoch'
Hoch' Hoch'" as the Kaiser went by
accompanied only by his ndjutant
View of the Rhine,
In Wiesbaden wo visited the Nur
berg n lookout hill Just outside the
ell j, from where an extensive view li
obtained of tho Rhine and the sin-
rounding towns Just n little to one
side of the Nurberg Is the Husslm!
church, a very beautiful edifice which
Is easily distinguished nt a great dls
tance b Its three gleaming golden
domes. The Intel lor of tno church Is
not very spacious, but Is beautifully
drcorntedwlth lovely paintings and
Egptlau carving. On the left Is th'J
tomb of Mcrzogln Elizabeth Mlchall
owna. who died at the age of nineteen
years She vvaB the wife of the Her
zok of Nassau There aro some lovely
walks around the Nurberg which lead
In nil dliectlons to the town.
The next da we took the train fin
Schwalbsth a resort for people with
nervous troubles nnd povcrt of blood
The waters here aro lull of Iron nnd
arc vcrj beneficial It Is said that In
the height ot the season there arc thlr
tj thousand people here taking the wa
ters. Great National Monument.
From Sthwalbach wo walked Tor
two hours through the woods to Slan-
gcnbnd, a resort since the time of tho
Lnndgrafen Karl von Hcsscn Kassid,
1C91. and celebrated for Its healing w i
lowed her, but was Killed by falling
down tho rocky cliff. The legend Bays
sho threw herself Into tho Hlilnct
through grief for her lover, and tn
this day If ou listen carefully ou can
hear her plaintive voice singing, Ich
wclss nlcht was sail es bedeutcn, Das
ich so trnmlg bin."
Church and Castle.
From tho Loreley we went back lo
St. (loar and the next morning tnrly
we went Into tho Catholic church,
which Is known for Its Interior beau
ty. TTie communion rail Is a work of
are In Inlaid wood. The altars are
also very beautiful. After Inspecting
the church and scrilllng off a few post
al cards wo ascended tho hill a little
further on to view the olii fortress
Rhclnfcls. Tho old castle wns built lh
the eleventh century by tho Romans,
and deBtrojcd In the fourteenth by
the French, who then occupied It.
Knowing they were defeated they
blew It up from tho Inside before the
deserted It. Parts of It were after
ward renovated and occupied until
1797, when the Inst of the limine it
Rhclnfcls was killed fighting In
France The cnstlo passed Into differ
ent hands from time to time, nnd the
Inst owner was about to have It to-n
down to sell the stone for building pur
poses, but the Kaiser henrlng of till
p.urllegc puuhnecd It of him nnd It
now stands ns ever, silent and majes
tic overlooking Its old friends on the
opposite sldcll the Katz nnd the MnilF
A guide look n over the ivj-grciwn
lulus and explained the illffi-rei.t
i FRILLS OF FASHION
Jewelled nets InMcad of ha' arc the
latest lung for little bridesmaid i'
Maidenhair fern snlnlng with dew
drops, arranged In tiara form Is anoth
er novelty for the hair, or ou may
have small Ivy leaves with some small
Tho emerald matrix Is ono of the
mnny popular stones for broaches
and belt Dins.
Silk gloves with woven laco tops aro
to bo worn with thin gowns this sum
mer, as well ao mitts, and they aro
both long enough to meet tho elbow
sleeves. Mack, white and gray aro
the fashlonablo colors.
A green straw uat with green fcath
era Is tho smart thing with your all
Uands of embroidered pongco aro
among tho dress trimmings.
Mohair, glace silk, and flannel are
the popular materials for bathing
Foreign fashion notes say that black
silk gowns have been raised again to
tnc plnaclo ot triumph which they
held fifty years ago, In Parts.
Lady apples with flowers and foliage
rorm one of tho fashionable bat ticca
Low shoes which arc not much mora
than slippers except that they have a
thicker sole arc the correct thing for
For walking there nro tho light
heel, while for dress there arc glossy
kid slippers with tongue, lappet and
large buckle, or straps across the in
step, and Louis Oulnzo heels
Tho swell thing, however, Is a dull
finished black kid tic with a heel
which Is a combination ot the Cuban
and the Louis Qulnze. Patent leather
shoes are going out.
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The walls of the castle border on this
Just at the Junction of the Rhino
and Moselle stands the Immense monu
nient of Emperor William on horso
back. It can bo seen from a long dls
tnnco. I think It is as grand ns the
iS'lcderwald so far as art goes. T'le
bridge of boats Is an Interesting sight.
In the old part of the town Is n
church within most comical cloci
Just below the dial Is painted tho face
of nn old man. If jou stand nnd
vvatth until the clock begins to strll c
partt. The wine cellar was deep ami ,c ,,,. (m w, fc(e tho cyc, hvgm
dark nnd extremely large oecupJn,
nearly half of the underground part 1
presume the old knights r.unt bava
had enough wtne to btnrt another riv
er In opposition to trie Rhine Tho
bailors or country people from nil
around had to keep the cellar well fill
ed. A part of tho old chapel Is In pret
ty fair preservation. In the vestry are
two stone tablets bearing tho nnclout
family crtst The Kaiser, through In
nerltnnce. Is n count In this old fam
ily, nlthough he cuuld nut claim thi
ruins ns his own To the back of thn
old caBtle under n projecting rock is
to move, rolling from left to right, nnd
when tho last stroke bounds the old
man very rudely puts his tongue out
It Is most laughable In Coble nz a
magnificent railway depot Is being con
The Cologne Cathedral.
Leaving Coblenz for llonn. we pass
ed on our way the casTle Stolzentelr,
owned by the Kaiser. Ilonn Is a prut
ty town, celebrated ns the birthplace;
of Ilccthoven. A bust of tho famous
composer Is one ot the sights The
crown prince of (Jennnny Is there now
nn old well. I ran ahead of the guldo as a student, llonn has a bcautirul
andlookcd over the Iron rails Into the Catholic church which Is well worth
black denths nnd was surprised to bpj' seeing. Tho next morning we left for
my face reflected as In a mirror. When I Dussoldorf by the way of Coin or Co
the guide camo up ho began telling iiogno. wo nau just time cnoiign to
the history of tho spot nnd said there visit the Cologne catnedral, the granl
was a legend stating that n frnuleln est Oothlr edifice In tho world. Its
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It Is peculiarly rich In
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that makes It tho most
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Ants do. If given tho Antollne
treatment Greatest success
attends uso oT this newly dis
covered ant exterminator. If
the pests use It once they nev
er do again. '
In tho pantry Antollno Is
Invaluable as It Is not a polsoi
but has the desired result
Found in the World
Mr 0 Voges of lluenos A) res, hai
discovered the smallest bacillus vvlikb
has et been Identified It Is much,
smaller than tho bacillus of Influenza
and Is only Just discernible when mag
nified about 1500 times.
Mr. Voges discovered these very mln
uto rods In abscesses which afflict cat
tle In South America, producing a dis
ease known as manquea. The malady
generally attacks cattle while they aro
quite joung and Is easily recognized
by the characteristic lameness of one
leg. which It produces.
Mice, rnts and rabbits are not affect
ed by this mlcrobo, but guinea plgJ
succumb to Its action In from twenty
four to forty-eight hours Another
singular fact noted b Mr. Voges Is that
the animals which he Inoculated onlj
succumbed when the weather was hot.
Stil in Jhe Field
E C. ROWB
has Btaried In business again now nt
550 KING STREET, TERRITORIAL
BUILDING, whore he Is prepared to
do PAINTING and PAPERHANGING
in all Its l-ranchos. and will bo pleased
to Bee all of his old patrons, as well
ns new ones Ho has no connection
with any other shop.
550 KING ST.
P. 0. BOX 293.
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real (.state, Insurance, Collections.
Off I- -. 79 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Mr. Stedman, a merchant of Essex,
England, becamo bankrupt tuo other
day, and when tho court asked for on
explanation ho surprised It by saying
that rats were the cause of his ruin
All his money, ho said, had been In
vested In largo storehouses containing
provisions, and during tho last couple
of years ratB had got In nnd destrojod
When asked If ho had tried to ex
termlnato them he replied that ho had
used enough poison to kill millions ol
ratB, but that It had not produced any
That Is Pinless
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Off'ca Cor. Fort and King Streets.
I I (Hue 051.
Women will be glad to hear that an
Ingenious Inventor has fashioned a
clothcsllno which works admirably
without the aid of any pins
This now clothcsllno Is composed ol
a series of connected links, each form
ed of a piece of wire, which Is bent
upon Itself so bb to form two flexible
shank portions. These Bhanks are
then twisted nbout each other and top
mlnato-in a loop.
Clothes arranged nn a line of this
vind will remain In position Just as
well bb though they were held there
lorn In tr.ntluir sklu nnd nervous dls I
cases also ror Its lovely warns vvc
did not stny long there, Just long
enough for dinner, nnd then we walk
ed to Ranenthal, a lfttlo village noted
for Its wines At last we concluded
we had walked enough for one day, so
took the steam tram for Eltvl'lo
Thence we took the train back ta
Wiesbaden. It Is needless to t'n we
wcio dead tired and were only too
glad to say good night to one another
The next da we started tor Rudes
helm nnd went to see the Nltilerwald
Dcnkmal cu monument that stands ta
proud and defiant at the top or a hill
overlooking Rudeshelm Iilngen on the
opposite side, nnd the Rhine winding
nlong. with France' In the distance.
The Nlederwnld Denkmnl Is tho pride
of every Deutseher heart, as It standi
for tho glorious victory over the
Trench In tho war of 1S70 71. It Is an
Immense bronze figure of Germnnln
sitting on her throne, holding with
raised arm the crown and In her other
hand tho swoid of victory. At the
base of the monument, to the back, :s
an oak tree planted by Prince DJb
marck In J895 On the monumeDt h
inscribed the whole song so denr to ev
ory German, "Die Watht an Rulne."!
We had a hurried dinner In Rudes
helm, then took tho steamer for St.
On our way down wo passed some
lovely ruins, tho remains of the Ro
mans who traced this river and set
tied on Its banks longbcroie the Ger
mans We passeu me castie itncin
stein near Iilngen, where tho uncle of
tho present iCnlser, Prime George,
burled From the steamer tould hi
seen tho black doth over the door -if
tho cnstle, where U nau been urapcu
n few weeks ago for tho funeral Next
wero noticed tho ruins of FnlkenCuni
Sooncch nnd Helmburg, then tho Cat
tle Pfalr. on a tln Uland In tho mid
die of tho river rnrthor along came
Into view nacharch, with Its ruins ol
St Werner's chapel, nn old Gothic edl-
flco Just nbovo these ruins aro tne
remains of the Castle Stahleck Many
more ancient landmarks were passed
and nt InBt we came to tho dear oil
Loreley While passing this fnmoun
rock tho passengers began singing
Heine's rnmlllnr song, "Ich Wclss
Nlcht Was Soil Ka lledeuten, Dass Ice
So Tiaurlg Illn."
Legend of Love,
Just a little past tho Loreley we lelt
tho steamer for St. Goar, nnd after
freshening up a little nt tho old Hotel
Rhelnrels, crossed tho river In a little
steam launch to St GoarshauBen and
walked down tho ehnusslo lo tho foot
of tho Loreley After a little search
we found the path lending to tho Lor
eley and began the rather dizzy ascent
I had hopes of finding tho comb with
which tho broken fltarted maiden
smoothed her golden tresses, but 1
Biippose she throw It after her lover
In her despair. The legend Is that the
loreley was n poor girl and fell In lovo
with St. Goar, who lived In tho castle
who, looking Into this well nnd seeing
her icllntlon In the dark water, would
become a happy brlile within a year
As I chanced to bo Ihe frauleln com
plying with the conditions on this ic
cnslon the guide solemnly applied tho
prophecy of the legend to me; not with
out entertainment to a large party Mi
An Ancient Limbo.
Piom the mnglt well wo went to sec
the ancient prison Prisons oi toda
belong to Paradise alongside of tMs
one Under n iow built rooi nro bix
round flolcs in the floor. Into which the
prlsoneis were let down b a rope
These holes nie twenty eight meters
deep b four feet In dfiimetcr. Theio
could not tonio a ray of light nor whlfl
01 Iresh nlrto the hapless taptlves
Tho guide set Are to a piece ol papi r
and threw it down a hole, et we could
not see the fire when il reached tho
bottom. How mnny poor wretched'
bones must bo Ijlng In thnt dark tav
ern' I do not suppose many ever saw
dallght again who were once cast Into
that dreadful prison. Walking around
the ruins the old tower Is reached by
rude stono steps on the outside From
hero wo had a grand vlow of Ihe rlvor
nnd the castles on the opposite slda
Tho owners of this ancient fortress
wcro very rich and proud. They arc
bald to havo owned nil the land nn
both sides of the Rhine ns far as
Frnnkfort-on tffe Main.
At 12 noon wo took tho steamer nt
St. Goar and went down ns lar ta
Obcrlang8tcln, passing on our way
tloffard with tho ruins of the Cnstles
l.lebncch, Ilrnnbock and Marxburg At
Obcrlnngsteln wo took tho train for
Had Kms. a very pretty town on the
Lahn noted for Its water relieving uf
throat trouCTe Tho well known Urn
sci salts nro derived from theso w.i
ters It Is also tho birthplace of the
old Kmperor, who used often to come
hero In summer Taking a carriage
we drove around tho town Thoro are
pretty villas here, In ono of which the
King of Norway and Sweden was slay
lug Wo saw- his private train nt the
station nnd noted thnt It was not so
prettj an tho German royal train ot
blue, nnil gold
Coblenz and Ehrenbrcltsteln.
After nn hour In this charming spot
we took the train for Coblenz nt the
Junction of the Rhlnu and Iho Mosol'n
Just opposlto Is KhrenbrcltBteln
noted for Its wonderful fort This for
less wns destroyed In 1801 by the
rrench but was renovved In 181B, It
is n grand stionghnld In Coblenz we
mw tho ancient church of St Castor
dntlug from tho twelfth century. We
diove along tho Hhclnaiilago. which
runs nlong tho banks of the Moselle It
Is a very historical avenue, bnving
monuments and busts of dlfforent fa
mous characters on either sldo, not tu
mention beautiful houses, villas and
beer gardens. We had coffee In a prct
ty garden overlooking the river and
fortress, noar whero a stono marks
tho spot where Emporor Kroderlck
told his wlfo be had to go to the war.
twin spires nrc the highest In Eu
rope. The massive Iron doors mil
stono carving on the exterior aro be
yond description This Cathedral is
GSO vears old .the foundation having
been laid In 1248 by Archbishop Coi
rail of Hochstaden Tlie work of build
ing wns l.cpt up until 143", (lien tho
construction was discontinued unill
1827 In 1880 the whole structure was
completed nnd Inaugurated In the nrc
enco of Emperor William and mem
bers of the rojal family The lutcrl '.
will illbappolnt the beholder in the
matter of decoration It is severely
plain The Gothic arches and stain
ed glass window a arc magnificent, but
the altars aro not In touch with Uw
grandeur of the architecture Wo had
the good fortune to hear mass said In
tnls cnuTcdral, Standing at tho ex
treme end of tho building, to us thn
voices of tho celebrants wort) hardly
audible, vvhilo the candles upon tho al
tar were like tiny stars. The most
Btrange thing of all to me, on entering,
was to see a large placard with the
warning In English, French and Ger
man, "Ilownre of Pickpockets!" That
it should be necessary I n this age ol
tho world to take precautions against
thieves In tho house ot God Is a sad
An Industrial Exposition,
As Dusscldorf, our next stopping
place, an exposition was in progress,
devoted mostly to Gcrmnn industry
tho exhibits being mostly of machin
ery. Wo saw all sorts of printing
presses, papermaklug machines, cut
tin1; machines, gas motors and electric
light djiinmos all In motion. Most in
terestlng to mo was tho Krupp hall.
with tho wonderful guns and cannons
made by this famous man. Models ot
torpedo boats, cruisers and battleships
wcro In grent array. Another object
wns the propeller of tho steamer Kai
ser Wllhelm I. building for the North
German Lloyd. Krupp Is one of the
wealthiest men in Germany. Ho owns
the whole village whero his foundries
aro sltuuted nnd employs over 3000
men After this exhibit we visited tho
Palace of Art. seeing many Roman
i el Its that have been unearthed near
Cologne Jewels and nncicnt pottery
wcro the chief nrticlcs.
Dusseldorf Is n largo town, but not
possessing much Interest beyond Kb
"ttcnslvo manufactures. Of these the
urnl'iiro exhibits wero notnblo. We
eft DusBcldorf the net day and camo
ionu on tho right bank of tne Rhln
'iv train This time wo went through
i iiinncl under tho Loreley and passed
unn' places that ha'd becomo familiar
o us already from flio steamer. Wo
irrlved nt Frankfort nt 7'45 and Ha
nau nt 9 p. m
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Fooled the Doctor
Two Polish rustics who wcro badly
afflicted with rheumatism wero re
cently tnken to a hospital In Frank
fort. Each felt great pain In ono leg
and tho ph)ltlan tried to alleviate it
by rubbing tho leg.
Ono ot tho rustics howled terribly
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Oldest Actor is
James Doel, the oldest actor In the
world, has Just celebrated his ninety
eighth birthday Ho was known as a
distinguished actor fifty years ago.
Mr. Doel made his debut on tho
stage at tho early ago ot sixteen In a
llttlo Devonshire thenter. John rirun-
tho other uttered not a word; Indeed, Iton, the brother of tho famous Conn
from the smilo on his face one would
bavo said he enjoyed the rubbing.
After the doctor had gone away, the
one who had howled asked: "How hi
tho name ot heaven wero jou ablo to
enduru all that pain without scream
ing?" "Easy enough," was tho reply. "1
fooled tho doctor. I gave him my sound
leg to rub."
"Yes, norr," roplled tho Irish office
boy; "and how soon will you bo back
It no ono nsks for you?" Judge.
THE PRESIDENT'S PORTRAIT.
U. S. Marshal E. R. Hendry wrote
Private Secretary Cortelyou for a late
photograph ot President Roosevelt.
The response was cordial and prompt
A beautiful platinum portrait ot tho
President now decorates the wall of the
Marshal's office opposite tho entrance.
It Is a remarkably lifelike likeness, the
lighting and shading being exquisite.
Probably (his Is the only first-hand
photograph of President Roosevelt In
less of Craven, gave him Iiib first prof
itable engagement. He Quickly be
camo popular and scored many suc
cesses, although ho confined his pro
fessional efforts mainly to the West ot
Thero was scarcely any scenery
used In those days. "Acting was what
the people wanted, not 'props,'" ho
sas, and the company travelled by
road As ho prospered ho beenmo man
ager and lessee of the theater at Ply
mouth, and nfterward also leased tho
house at Dovonport,
unce ho cngnged the famous Mmc.
VestrlB and Charles Mathews, and
"hooked" 2000 In nine nights. Ills
first success in London was mado at
tho Standard Theater In 1851.
It was only a year ago tnat this vet
eran of tho stago took to wearing an
overcoat, and even now ho walks with
out a Btlck.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure,
C. J. Day sells it,