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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T.. WEDNESDAY, JULY 2. 1902
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n-y ('l'TfllljglfmillJJJlJUii .IMIjMH W; ijii
WANTED By experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, etore
clerk, night watchman, luna or any
other position; remuneration (CO up;
first-rate Island references. Arpl
P. O. box 28. 2124 tl
DO YOU KNOW the reason why It
doesn't tnkc much of Pneheco'i
Dandruff Killer to stop falling linlr?
It is n regular hair food At Union
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for bulldlngi,
business property and residences.
OSice and Residence, School St.;
P. O Box 284; '. White 3C01.
FOR SALE Cream pony saddle and
bridle UeaUbane, Elite bldg
FOR $750 You can buy a nice 0 room
house with lot on Insane Asjlum
read at I'ulama, on easj terms I
t it Strnucn, 32 CaraUicn DlocL.
upstairs, corner Fort nnd Merchant.
FOR SALE Choice
pots and cuttings
Mrs. E. M Tajlor.
730 Klnnu St.
FOR SALE Nearly new modern six
room cottage, easy terms; near elec
tric cars Applj Owner, 1015 Arte
sian St. 217SII
FOR SALE Furniture for five room
house, privilege of renting. Call 1015
Artesian, near King 21C8tI
FOR SALE One blooded carllng
Durham bull, r.t a bargain Call 1015
Artesian St 21CD1I
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, in
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd , telephone white
2221, or to Castle & Lansdale, Stcn
gen w aid Bldg. 31C5 t
FOR SALE A 3)earold fresh milch
cow. California Feqd Co., Queen
and Nuuanu Sts.
FOR SALE 1 Lodge i Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand Mi Honolulu;
alsc, one steam launch. W. H. Pain.
I'llnnhou. 2126 tl
FOR SALE Coral rock tor filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR RENT Two rooms tumUlied for
housekeeping, no other roomers, rent
reasonable 1304 Matlock Ave , near
Keiaumoku St. 2186-lw
THREE nice, large rooms, right Jown
town, suitable for ladles or gents;
large, shady ard. Two doors from
Pearson & Potter's. Union House.
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a week up; board and
room. $6 00. Enn.ilre Mrs. May, 220
Llllha St. near School St. Rapid
Transit cars pass tho door. 2150 tf
TO LET For three months, comfort
able furnished cottage, stable; Kal
mukl; rent $2s. Magnificent loca
tion overlooking town and sea. Par
ticulars at 732 Klnau St. 2175 2w
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 nnd 12, Mc
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'a.
TO LET Houso on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
by W. Needhnm Esq , near McCully
Tract. Has three sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E.
F. BlBhop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET Large suite of rooms suit
able for couple or three or four gen
tlemen; other rooms at low prices;
excellent hoard; healthy location;
hot and cold water, electric lights.
Address L P., this office. 2178 2w
TO LET Cottages at $15 and $10 per
month, Walkahalulu lane, off
School St. P. E. R Strauch, 32
Campbell block, upstairs, corner
Fort and Merchant. 2176-lm
ONE nicely furnished mosquito proof
room, 1400 Punchbowl street.
TO LET House, Llllha St. near
School, with 2 bedrooms, parlor, pan
try, kitchen, bathroom, at $H per
month. Apply to Joseph Frlas.
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, ''all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 5019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at
MrConnofs. Garden Inne. !
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twenty pages. $1 a year.
Hae jour machine put In condition
for neat work,
We repair the best
and cheapest. For positions
jour address with us
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms nt Walkiki.
THE SUM of 5130 will purchase tho
entire contents of C room house Rent
of house S3.
RESIDENCE Ml Tied T I' Water-
linticp Wllln St Vmmnii Vnllpv I
mar the Rapid Transit Terminus
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters,
F. E. KING'S LIST.
COTTAGE with barn Beretanla St,
near Plihoi Rent $30.
COTTAGE with barn nt the Beach.
Good bathing Rent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
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at Cottage Grove
Five room COTTAGE.
LOTS at the Bench; IS cnrs to run.
Good bathing $75 to $100 per
Cottage Go've, King Street.
KOOiVl AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito proof rooms In town;
$2.50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop.
lost Between ueretama and King
Sts, below Nuuanu, a scarf and
er leaf diamond scarf pin with fine
gam chain. Reward for return .o.'one of the cigars I'd bought for him-
LOST OR STRAYED A
pug dog, $5 reward for Information
leading to recovery. Addres" Gus
Smith, Globe Bakery, Fort rit.
LOST A manuscript on the Walalae
road bejond the Mollllll Church, on
June 19. Suitable reward given for
return to this office or station house.
LOST One red horse, white stripe on
tho neck, and three white legs,
branded thus: M on left hind leg,
Sultfiltln ,nn,hl nl.l 1.. nnl.1 . ..
turn jf same to James H. Bovd. at1
FOUND Gent's btcjcle. Owner can
have by proving property and pav.
lng advertising expenses at 8 K.
Kane's, Fort St , No. 93.'. 2182 lw ,
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu from me no secret In jour past llfo
investment Co. 2051-tf,what I ought to bo told, are jou?"
"No, Indeed. Nothlnk of that sort,'
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work ot All Kinds.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
'UNION STREET, near Hotel.
Phono Blue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENING, Manager.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolanl Park
Addition and n
137 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dnyton
5cm, Corner of Beretanla Avenue
and Punchbowl Street.
All Work Done by Hand
LACE CURTAINS A SPECIALTY.
J. ABADIE, Proprietor.
Telephone Blue 35S2.
The wireless telegraph service Is now'
open for business to Lahalna and all
points on Mnul Telegrams will bo re-
celved nt tho Oceanic Ons & Electric
companj's office Mngoon building Mer-
SHORT STORY FOR
BELIAR'S DANK HOLIDAY
I'd like to tell jou all about whit
happened to me and Jim last Whit
Monday But first I must r!c ou a
'little information concerning us both.
I My name Is Bella, or to write It in full,
i Isabel Atwood, my age being just 22,
I and I servos on the draper side at
's, while Jim or James Hop-
crott, as his full name Is Is In tho
i.,diolstorj of the same establishment.
We'd thin been engaged for about n
jear, and we love each other moro
thin words can tell.
Wed arrange .to go to Hastings, an.
it was left as Jim should meet mo at;
Charing Cross Station on tho morning
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Ul 111 11 v.l'llliui liiilil. ouii.uijt ui a
o'clock, which he did, and wo went
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down b) the early excursion As wo,
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was But somehow ho seem
down In the mouth, and not nulte m,0
his usual light hearted self.
At Hst, I couldn't help remarking
"What's up Jim, dear'' I sajs
"Nothing" he answer, rather quick
like, as If he wish to avoid tho bud
Jeck ' Oh' But It must be somethlnk," I
8,1 s ' 1 vc got a pair of ees," I sas.
"Tell me, boj Is it the teeth ache, nr
a touch of the 'flu, or what?'
"Really it ain't nothlnk," ho answer,
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ling down hard and fixed at the new
brown boots as incased his Triib8.
was just on ii as we run into tne
Ik nines Terminus. Fnllnvvlnc our
usual program on such occasions, wa
go straight down to the sea front and
toff It for a hit on the Esplanade
By the time ns we'd done the Espjv
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nade It was gittlng on for 1 o'clock
And neither of us having had nothlnk
slnc-e our early breakfast, except a
lir.nln.rv rnKn nn.i nn nmn.n tn ,h..
trntn fhnm nnt hrln- IMn n. ..on.1.
iby jou much-we wns both tollol
I . .
peckish. So Jim suggest making
tracts for nn eating house, which wo " , , ",r"";f " ue'ng tno, now to Blanch Nuts Easily. I
did. and indulge In a blow out of roast rp"' .f' ' . 7 "ms S lost peapl. blanch almonds' and'
beef, followed by cooseoerrv nuddlnc ro"n(' ,llc poor bo) R ncck nnd BlnP ,"8, h Lv'alnms 'n the hardest wo.
th Tr rrtte"X?1&Z?MU --iTtlri1?'
llsh Cheddar, as (hey call It; though.. What' " "! .? ' ?, 1 "waT E?i "J" ..d 8L
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ir it wasn t Canadian, I never put my
clov-.tcetli Into none. And for drink wo
split a large Guinness. Then Jim lit
2181-lvvflfteenpence the halt dozen nnd a can!
I board case thrown In; me not gener-
Japaneso.nnj panR Bllcn cxtrnaKant prlcef).
but Whit Monday Is Whit Monday
and leanln back In his chair, ho rC'
mark, very thoughtful nnd
"It won't be long now before we're
tie up, Bella."
"No, Jim," I murmur, coloring nt tho
mention of It, ns n well brought up girl
should, "not long now, dear."
"I hope ns jou'll nluajs love me,
Bella, as much as lou do now," he nro-
ccul quite nervous and anxious, as 11
'of co,,r8! ' B,la. ." ' cry. feel-
lnir iirmnHi'M lmri M, .n i,i.i.,
" " -...v. .....n I
at tho possibility of anj think differ
ent, "lou surely dont doubt n gurl,
"No, no'" he snjs, qulcklj', 'not
that. But from what I've heard, mar
riage is alvvajs a bit of an eje opener,
"What do jou mean, Jim?' I crj
You ain't a keeping nothlnk back
he answer, growing rather red. "But
they saj as a gurl never really know
a chap till she's married to him, and
well p'raps I'm a fool but ou Bets
such a value on me that I'm half afraid
of not coming up to sample, Bella."
Then I seo how It was It was all
his sweet modesty. And I nnswei,
"Don't be nfrnld, dear ol3 boy. You're
the right sort of goods, jou arc satin
on both Bides. No cotton back about
ou, Jim. And I hopes as jou It find
I mo equnll) sound stuff."
By and by we stroll out again. And
a8 we come opI)oste tho Qlleen.8 Ho.
ttl, they was Just loadln' up the Al
bertlne for a trip
And Jim, he says
"What price a sail, Bella?"
"I'd love It, Jim," I bbjs, being al
wajs passionate fond of the sea.
"Right O, old gurl," he bbjs.
So ho pajs bis money to a brown-
oblnnAil Drttlft ii 1 a An .1,h..lHH
as wouiu nave tai.cn the shine out of
the loudest-voiced coster in Iiattersea,
and we trots up tho sloping gnngwny
nnd goes on board.
Now tho sea, I must tell jou, wob
what tho sailors call "choppy;" dear
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ii.iiw mine wu.tB u pupping up nnu
.then a vanishing In every direction
i oiui, a euB, i men nun i imuii i
had that gooseberry puddln. I feel It
.don't sort of agree with me."
Jim look at me with a sickly smile.
nnd his face was of a greenish-white
color terrible to see "If mj sjmn
toms Is an) guide," he sajs, "Its moro
i likely the roast beef and new porta
'Jlm' Jlm'" Ara J'011 t0l5 so ljai1
ns ,liat7 Lant uU 8l,eali t0 a Bun,
Then, at last, ho sit up, and looking
nt Hie In a way ns I'd never Bee him
look before all desperate, and fright-
died, and, as It might hao been, like
a hunted nnlmal, he muttir, hoarsely.
"This Is a Judgment on me, Bella n
Judgment from heaven '
Those were ln words, though they
Iconic out so queer, and thlcl, and in
distinct that It was au I could do la
understand tTiem Indeed. It I hadn't
Known to the contrary, I should have
been sure as he must have been drink
ing. But ns It was, 1 wns seriously .er without a feeling of discomfort, al
alarm, and, lajlng my hnnd upon hi though he rua have eaten far more
arm. 1 crj all of a tremble Ilka, than his sj stem requires. When this
'Oh' Jim! Jim' What has come(u done It entails etra work on vnrl
over jou? Is it a stroke, dear, or.ous organs and results in numerous
"It's a Judgment upon me," ho re
peat, In the same thick, Ttffled vole,
"a Judgment upon 'me for having d
celvi jou, Bella "
' But how have ou dccelvo me, Jim
dearest?" ' exclaim
'Cant cu see Bella?" he groan
Sec? Nn'i' 1 answer, that puzzlo
, ,, ,o hnK nj tlerc wng gomi)
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"Knt ,0 ntle told me. but hadn t I
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'No 'he mumble with a despairing
Bhnco n B mv "ry henrt "But
jou ou can sec mj month, Bella."
1 "Your mouth Jim?'
I "Ye, my mouth ho says.
I 'But whit "
it cant be conreal no longer, na
interrupt, half appealing, half defiant.
like "The murder's out, and nil my
front teeth upper nnd lowci with
"Your front teeth' Your beautiful
white teeth as was such a feature In
jour .mile.- I cr,. 'Oh- what havo
ueiumn oi mem Jim;
Jim onlj groan again and point to-
wards the ocean Then the truth dawn
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igreat relief, not to say Joy for reasons
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'Jul '" """' "m "c so on, mar glOO-
my nnd decperato:
'I suppose It's all over between
, Tinn Uplift 1 fnn nvn.nl ... .. ..
v.. v.i. ,u iu lui -
?' .1 .-ecepuon nui ueioro
ll bids jou ndoo for the last time. Id
IKe Just "' '," en proy
lng on m' mll1 w ilncc I was first
ene t0 5: nd t been meaning
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t0 ,C" "" "'OUg Only
8cpm """"! the words, and "
Tin iMilti ntt nkit. r i
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nil iron Yn orvnniF nn.-nnii" l. . -.
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pe. ' .' . pnlz "Sbting-up with Joy and
Then ou ain't a go -
'nf ' ' mc the push, Bella, after
I "The push!" I saj s. "Not me.
the pull, rather."
And suiting the action to the word.
I hugs him round the ncck again, whls-
I,erlns '" llla ear:
I 'Oh, Jim, darling' I'm so so glad."
I Glad'" he exclaim, that amaze and
.puzzle. "Why 'glad.' Bella?"
I "Uecos" I sajs, "now we're nulls."
i sns, "and I can look ou In tho
cjes as an honest girl," 1 sajs
"I can't grasp jour meaning," he an
swer "This Is a spot bejond me, Bel
'Listen darling boy' This
nalr f,mcn' what 0,,ve B0 of,cn uJ
mire, I murmur.
'Eh?" he exclaim.
Oh, Jim'" I falter, hiding my blush
lng phiz ngnlnst his coat collar "I I
guineas for It In the Bur-
Moire Loulsinc Watend effect
Peau de gant Silk with a glove kid
Satin llbertj A rlehlj soft weave
Without dresslne suczested to Mr. I.lti-
trtj by tho heavj, languorous weaves
of the east.
Gros de Londre A satiny cross be-
t-een taffeta and gros grain
Moire Velour A watered silk,, filled
with wool, and so heavy as to resem
ble uncut velvet.
Chameleon Liberty A sheet change-
Shantung Pongee, bo called from A-Salad of Shad Roe and Cucumbers,
his native place. To make a salad ot shad roes and
Tussore A much heavier and, some cumubors cover a pair of shad roes, n
times, figured, Oriental weave, nlso n sliced onion and a baj leaf with boil
In the natural color. It may be had "'E water to which has been added
figured In white lemon Julro or vinegai, nnd cook for
Satin Foulard A satin finished twill twentj mlnu'es Drain and dry tho
light weight. ioes, cover tTiem with a tablespoonful
Peau do Cjgnc Rich weave, not nl lemon Jtiife two tnbiespoonfuls of
I pnvy, suggestive of the swan's love- ell and a dash of pepper nnd salt.
1 eoat (skin In the translation). IWhen th- aie cold cut them Into
Crepe de Chine Fine Bilk Chlneso Bninll cubxs (if they are not too ten
ciepe d. r). Rub n salad bowl with two
satin do Chine A bit heavier with
a satin finish
Peau de Sole Leather finished
Louislne A repousses weave.
Habutal China Bilk.
Chambrcy Gauze Cobweb like
guize. printed with satin stripes.
Poult de Sole A very heavy groe
Ktaln with a heavj satin finish; tha
mme refers to Its splendid weight.
Taffeta A fine, smooth weave,
"lilch has been subjected to pressure
Do You Sifer from lumbigo, rheu
nntlsni nr -alien muscles' If 30.
procurp n' .re n bottle of PAIN
KILLER r.m How tho minted direc
tions Ii, m.hJ is Instantaneous as,
n fill no liiiilm, . n.....l. .. ...,- I
when a reiriruvi.su
R 1,1 nV Pnin Killer I
r. nonoaa ti tn oiiitai
to be had Sixty jears of sucess speak
for Itself Avoid substitutes there la
blu one Pnln-Killer, Perry Dav's'.
Price 23c and fiOc.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
i SOME SALAD TIPS jjl
ir t m
Excessive meat eating It is said, Is
rttponslbte In part for the prevalence
-f Bright s disease Meat is a highly
ior.centr.ited food and leaves tho eat
Ills. The use of moro salads and less
meat the jear round and at this sea
cop especially, wouiu be a benefit to
thi majorlt) of peopTe.'
So if we cant pay the" present tax
on meat we can console ourselves
with the thought that anjhow we nro
l.ot laving fhe foundation for nn attack
ol Bright s disease There Is comfort
in ail things It we otil) hunt for It
VM BerIousl salads are a nyglcnlc
'lecessltj on the menu and especially
lit this spason of the ear, when the
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,uu" it.tn iv "V kUUtfU Ul.ll IID ll.ll'l.
The is'entlais to a perfect salad
nn the r;iullt and llavor of the vine
Hi. .'.' . eaiiiit-'s ui ii I'liEjiui'SB ui me
l,reen vegitable and the manner In
which the Ingredlenfs nre cut that Is,
whether tnej nie too f ne or too coarse
and the prop-i blJlflng ot tnem all. '
uilifl ufinltlrl Kit tttt lin btin,t t.n4
h,,ni,i i... tn,.o,i ni,tii i,,nr vn.
'a Fren.h dressing oil lovers piefcr nl
't ropottion of four parts of oil to one
W rt of vinegar, instead of iTio usual
To Make Tarragon Vinegar.
Tarragon vinegar is better than oth-
& .holKo. Ve'olo 5u. CI e
vlneeir m.n l, nripn,1 l.v ,.;,.. u
with water To make tnrrason vine-'
gar put a handful of tarragon leaves
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!lneB!r or cider lupga1. Screw the
CIVpr nn tli?htll nn,1 nllnu I, In al.n.1
ilr. ll. mn mrtnn ,vl. AVti, ,,,i
, ,h, " ", " , .:.",." :,'..:"..
of that time (.train the vinegar through
n cloth ard press the Hnuld from the
ton. IB Than ...... .1 ...... Ml...
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ier nn.i uozcie lor use.
To Make Nasturtium Vlneoar.
Nasturtlu.n vinegar is n.so delicious
'orllfB"I o "ink. It. 1111 n fruit Jar ,
'h na ftam """ " "'
J.6.8"""' ?r'e.t''lr(1 ' a fl0e S S"r'
.. u D"'"'ul oue uurn oi a ciove ot gar-
"'' ana a rd repper. nil chopped very
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tlle cnil of tA
the end of tAo months Btrain nnd
-. a.v uiiva uuiik
Then drain I
The skins can be rubbed
from the almonds, but a sharp knltn'
.must ,ud t'lJr u chest -
tits are one of the hardest nuts to
iancli The best vvnv Is tn .. n,.
chestnt t shells In thne oi four places
and then put them Into a frjing pan
with butter A tiaspoonful of butter
V.III be needed to every pint of nuts.
Shake the pan over the fire until tlie
butter is meltd then put tho pan in
the oven for five minutes. After this
treatment the shells nnd skins will
ccme oS edsllj
Tcmato Jelly Border.
For a salad of tomnto Jell, nuts nnd
cilerj the ! blowing Ingredients nro
i quired One half box of gelatine
cue hah cupful of cold water, one can
of tomatoes a thick slko of onion, n
stalk of teler.v one bay leaf two
cloves one teaspoonful of salt, n dash
ol paprll a and one tablespoonful of
Cover tho gelatine with mill n.
rnd let It sus.!. a halt hour. Cook to-
!h ?"J? i01m"Si "r"0"; cec?-hay
Kal. salt and paprika for ten minutes.
A(II the soaked gelatine and two tn-
Uespoorfuls of tarracon iliws, nmi
Hlr until the gelatine Is dissolved.
Slialn the mixture and tuin Into n
mould If n border or rine inntiiil la
used, vht-n the Jelly Is formed turn It I
rmt nn,l flit ,1 a ...II... ....... .. .... . .
Mixture of celeij und walnuts wlilch
II us been nihed with French dress-
ing. uatnlsh the center of the salad
t lid the lellv linnlor ulth n. .,r ..i...
"v uunun vcilll'1 1WIU a
'or curly lettuce leaves If Wench
uiinaius ia nui iiKeu vviin celery, a
ma)oiiual3e maj be used but tiie ma)
onnalse Is like! to overbalance tho
The tomato Jcliy ring ma bo filled
with any meat or other salad mixture
nnd to furnish nn excellent use for
naives of a clove of gai7ic. Cut a thor
oughly chined cucumber In dlco. Put
n tied of lettuco Into tho bowl that has
been rubbed with garlic. Arrange tho
cucumber or the lettuce and over that
the roe well drained from tho marl,
nude Oarnlsh with n few de"cate lit
tle tips of lettuce, and with some whole
cucumber flicks nnd seivo very cold.
President Roosevelt does not believe
In intoi forlag with tho pleasures of
his children but at a recent cabinet
meeting the jouth Kermlt stalked
boldly Into tho cabiret room on stllu
"I guess that s nbout enough for you,"
said the pie&ldent as ho aiose anl
rniTlcd the joungster out, enjolnlnp
him never to Interrupt again
. . .0
lal ,llmerfilt "aa conferred on,
Lord Kllvln the honorary dcirrc nf
1.1. I) Tho degreo aa voted I.o-d
Kelvin last autumn, and It was hope!
that ho would attend tho blccntennlnl
celebration nt which tlmo a number!
of srli.ntlets of notp from Europe nnd
Amerlcn wen honoied hut Lord Krl !
vin was pre.ented trom attending. j
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KELLETT 4 ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phono Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS--Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg ; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
kumanu St.: Tel. 181 Mala
J, M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law; Kaahumanu St.
MCDONALD & LANG8TON Contract
ors and Builders; lias union au
C A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club: sundries, etc.
E. J. VALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spree) els bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO.
rine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips: Beretanla near Fort St.
THI' KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel
I. . - n . .r,, n e r-. n
.nni, nmi Miller;' h'm.'rs 9 to4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel
Sts.: Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TAN NATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tct Main 132.
BEAKBANE Card cnpravlng and.
Bethel St . opp. Wavcrley blk: Tel
621 ! BtaS "pSf called for .id'ddft
J. E. GOPAS-neretan,. nM, Kmm,
- - ..-, . ....
Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND 8ADDLERY.
'MANFG. HARNESS CO-Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Mail 228, P. O
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.'
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union 'nnd City nnd Rnllwaj Company, $30.
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly 000, Madison street bridge, $25 000;
furnished rooms; mosquito proof; City of Portland roadvvajs, $20,000,
electric lights; hot and cold water; Standard Oil Company, $15,000, Par
first cobs toblo board. Mrs. Hnna, tin, Orcndorf & Co. $15,000. Torpedo
Frop' I saloon and hotel, $10 000, miscellan
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker: 530 Fort SL; Love
bldg.: latest In novelties.
HONOLULU PRIMO OR SCCK
BEER 10c at the PANTHFON.
TERRITORIAL MES8ENGER 8ER.
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department of
Music. F. A. Ballaseus, Director.
upen nu summer ror Instruction In ,
piano, voice-culture, organ and har
mony. 5171. lm i
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
"Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bereta-
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Knnl's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for soldiers who had previously been cap
all occasions. Leave orders Berg-'tured by tho revolutionary forces tin
strom Music Co ; J. S. Ellis, Mgr. dc General Hen era and had been In
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string instru-' corforated in the Liberal army Joln.'d
ments; Btudlo. Love bldg, Fort SL 'ho Government troops under com
Telephone Main 231. irnand of General Bertl.
' Agua TJulco was captured without
MILLINERY. teslstanco. Tne Government gun
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS -
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
hide.: Tel. 2fi Main.
ilm" leaving behind 300 head of cat
PLUMBING. tie and ono ealTlng vessel mil of prod
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sanl
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
nines, corner vineyard and Emma.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Nose and
Thoat: office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Aiakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS-E5e. Ear, Nose
nnrt Thrn.t. mi! a i.i... at
and Thro-vt, 1148 Aiakea St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best advantage; housei
rented; loans negotiated; money In
vested 'on best securities. 32 Camn
bell Blok, 31C Fort street.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draught
10c at the PANTHEON.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu, Felt, straw, panama hat
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and r
pairing; Klks bldg, 616 Milter St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker nnd Jeweler
10C6 Fort St.
J. W. A. REOHOUSE Watch and
chronometer maker: 79 Mcchnnt St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR E8TATES, MAGNIFICENT
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
CHIPPING FACIIITIE8, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 126.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maui.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Inter Island.Tel. 113.
8T0P nt Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. G Frecland. Mcr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
.Six Blocks Burned
in Portland Fire
Portland, Or, June 22. Tho fire
which started short! before midnight
last night In tho Phoenix Iron Works
formerly tho Wolff & Zwlcker plant,
on East Madison and East Water
streets, burned for four hours and de
stroyed six blocks of buildings valucl
nt over $100 000. Tho Insurance
amounted to about $200,000. It was
Wnof.ue.','1 n!!,8'!, , tlJl
burned itself out and several engines
remained on tho scene all day to pre
vent the fire from springing up again.
Tho following nre the principal los-
ers: East Side Lumber Companj-,
$100,000; Phoenix Iron Works, $80 000.
J. 11. Johnston shipyard, $75,000; Port-
It was hardlj ten minutes after the
outbreak of tho firo until tno entlio
plant of the Phoenix Iron Works was
In flames The fire spiend south to
Johnston's slilpjard and north to the
East Sldo Lumber Co 's mill, destroying
'both. Scveial hundred thousand feet
of dry lumber was In the mill) ard nnd
It fed the llamcs which lose 200 feet
into tho air In the Johnston ship ard
a schooner was being repaited and t
barge was under coiib.rucjlon Both
were destro)ed with n lot of valuable
Again in Control
j Panama, June 22 Tho fleet of Gov.
ernment gunboats returned hero this
afternoon with news that the town of
Agua Dulco had been captuied on
As the Government forces approach
ed the town more than 100 Government
l.b0atS,r'?.t "V! T "" '"V ?" tha
ttmn ltselr' Wnen tlle revolutionary
forces sighted them they fled from the
t-i i i t- r
i embalmed DiCI
Eagan on Warpath
Tucson, Ariz., June 21. General
Charles Eagan of nrmy beef fame and
Abo Ooldbaum who hns charge of W
Cn'"e 'nt,TSt8 'V"0 S'T
ot Sonora' Qunrreled 111 a restaurant Iu
Hcnnoslllo while at lunch yesterda
nnd n sensational "gun pin" resulted.
After some hot words over busincu
matters. General Engan drew a six
shooter from his hip pocket and would
llno Bhot Ooldhnmn If tho latter hnd
not been too quick for him Goldbaum
grasped Eagau, s aim befoio ho eoull
aim his revolver nnd tho bullet was
dlsehnrgcd at the rolling doing .10
haim EiiRnn was thrown violently to
tf.e Moor by his nntagonlst and tho re
volver was w readied from his hand.