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EVENING I1UI.I.HT1N. HONOLULU. T. 11.. BATUUDA, JUNB r.. 1900.
has produced some of the
VjJ"! lllcllX A' world's leading thinkers
' Bismarck, Humboldt,
Wagner, Goethe, Heine, Mcnzel, von Moltk'e and
hundreds of others.
Its sturdy folk have developed wonderful
mental and physical qualities through the temperate
use of well-brewed beer. Young and 'old, rich and
poor, all alike partake of beer for their daily bever
age. In Munich the consumption of beer is over
two pints daily for every man; woman and child.
If a general movement were started in, Hawaii
to drink good beer instead of any other beverage
the people of the whole Territory would be greatly
benefited. In Hawaii, however, you .should drink
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(By E. S.' Goodhue, M. D. of Holualoa.)
.JH.ii;atiUi'v .. ifT14. jut
THE DELICATELY TMIIMED
That tvomen so ilclislit in can
safelv bu intrusted to us.
ALL HAND WORK.
THE FRENCH LAUNDRY.
, During Iloli Durdette's first visit to'
Itlverslde, hi lectured on "The Jllso
and Kail , of tho t Moustache", after
which wo drove him ''down the val
ley", ns Magnolia Avenue was called.
('Invited Mr., Hoc to Join us. paid the
livery hire, and not none of the credit,
though here hewn n friendship be
tween Mr. Burd'clte and myself which
has ..continued to the .present. IIIh
son, It. J. II.,' Jr., then onjy u nmiill
boy, was with Ilia father who wag de
voted to htm, and, In every mmiro, n
companion to the, motherless lad.
Borne of Miy Durdette's best writing
Is on tho, subject, of n parent's attltudo
, Hobert, Junior, Is now a successful
newspaperman In the Kast, Is n skilled
caricattirlsl,"nnd lllustrateil a hook, of
mine In 11061
The father's full title Is now, Rob
ert J. Uurdatto, I). 1)., pastor of n large
and Influential church In l.os Angeles.
A few months ago I received a long
letter from him, beginning. "Aren't
you just u little bit surprised to get a
letter from luo here?" ((Kenwood Inn)
1 said good-bye to you at this hotel
April 22nd, io loiig so long ago! Now
'hero I anr again', as Mr. Mcrryi'ian
says In tho circus, and ou are gono
away over seas".
After th! publication of my "Verse
Krom Tho Yll6y" there was conr.ld-
crable good-natured r.tllleiy at my ex
pense,, and singling out a coupiot
" 'T Is the blunder of bliss
Which I never miss"
the Ban Bernardino Courier said It
was too bad. tho poet-editor couldn't
give names to the "boys" to servo
them as a guide In "matters of the
ortl" SQ'I wrote OKNRHAI. BULKS
which had some vogue In the news
papers at tho time, and which may be
worth -copying .here
Ilewnro of the girl, )es, well you may,
Do ware of tho girl with eyes of gray;
If jou don't you will live to regret the
She Is sharp and cold, as cutting as
Which severs the flesh of things that
.She will nover be warmed by your
ncwarc of the girl with eyeB of blue
She will make a consummate fool of
Just as sure as you live: ah, this Is
remorse I suffered In wrltlijg u letter
entitled "J. O. Vnlpey, It I'oet."
Mr. Valpey was n new arrival, a
Undo with Directed manners, who
clorVed In ono of the drug stores.
He wrote n iioem for the "Press" ns
original, and It was inter discovered
by the editor to bo the production oi
s'omo well-known Ixiet. Holt was mad
and literary feuthers Hew.
As an amused spectator, I put In n
word frfim which I quote only u line
hero npil thorp
"Dear Urother: I nm deeply pained
to hour, of the affliction whlth Iih be
fallen you. I feared at first tint It
might result seriously, but I kc that
you have taken up resistance and lire
determined to thrive. Bo be it, but
all tin tine who hits hail tho temerity
o manufacture u few ihines lu his
own strength, to offer n few words of
NevVr, dear isict, attempt to wear
Vas your on u the honors which belong
to another, for they will prove n mis
fit, and not only be tincomfortalile, but
bring rldlculo upon vou.
You can't adjust a 2r-luch man to fit
a tfi-lnch Jacket. It must be done the
He purely oilglnal, or the don't
write 'u word, for no one likes u dish
without distinct llivor of Its own.
Conctfct lOiniMhlng If It be an bitter
as Marah's waters, It shall have roiuu
characteristic; but, dear poet, don't
for your own sake, don't mW tnuHtard
and salt and vinegar Into one dose
and then label It Valpey's Extract of
Klamdoodle, becaitfo the first unalyzcr
thereof will give you thu Ho.
You must remember that other are
Just as liable to icad your oetn lu
the original the isiem you copied as
your own, and perhaps, tnoro i.d. do
you ever so deeply Into ancient antho
logies, you may find that another has
bten .there before jou; and a phrasu
bulonglngto the memory of Joo llrown,
ought to bo credited to ou, and will
be by some one else If jou fall to do
Henicmber that tho publlr will al
wnys respect one who attemplH by
virtue of his own powers howuver
weak, be It lu poetry or the making
of boarding-house hath.
What Is jour own will be looked
upon with chailty If not favor, but he
who attempts to plume up In bonowed
feathers shall have a sad time of It,
Men hate sham things, paste
diamonds, gold plated rings, and all
that. There Is romethlug healthy lu
There's something down deep In those the look of a man who has tho courage
eyes, you see - to Wear u solid brass watch chain
Which haptens a 'man's temerity. when he can't altord gold
lti1" "v'w'vii'Yi.vriAw'' ra.'i-VtfiiAiiWil7
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prese&'ibe Castoria. ,
C ASTORIA lias met wllh pronounced favor on tho part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies nml medical nuthoritles. It ti mod by physicians
wllh results most gratifying. Tho extended use of Cuitorhi is muuestlonably tho
result of three facts t 1st, Tho lmllMit:i1d(i evidence that It Is hurmless ; ilntl,
That It not only allays stomach pains and Quiets the nerves, but assimilates the
.ood; 3rd, It Is an ugreeable and perfeetsubstitule for castoroil. It is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, ire other narcotic and docs not
stuwfy. It Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Hatcmaii's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
Phis is n good deul for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is to exmse
danger and record tho means'of advancing health. Tho day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignoruncn ought to end. To our knowledge, Cus
torla Is a remedy which produces i-oinposuro and lieultli, by regulating tho
system not by stupefying It and our iluJcW urn entitled to thu Information,
Holt Journal n Health.
Tho j j jStfi fjr.nrr.nlct-6 ncntilno
MTonrCutArlA,Unil. flr.t In It. c-I.h.. In tnr - ' 1 hiTii mmA recr CjetfrU AliO ouail tt An
thirty ycari of pracUrIcanrallicvtrharerouuilf-itllriit itnmlf It ii-y bonboM Ana prlrAU
AnjUuDC tbAt to Ailed the plaeo;
WUXUM UlLMOXT, M. II.,
" 1 hare nacil jout CAitorla tn tho caw of nj own
babr atiil flou It lilraaanl to tAkc, and liaia uutalniil
exuillc&t rcAolu from It in-o "
8. A. UlTUl-IlH, 11. 1)
14 1 taka plfAAnro la roe ommrmUnj jour ra,tortj,
hATlotf rccoinmrouta It. uc In manr In 'finu -., al-.l
con. Iiler It Uie beat lAlAllvd thut roul 1 tg ukJ,
NiTnimiL E. Kiho, II. D , Bt. Iiulj, tlo.
(tactile tor niuiijr yeui. 'Ft foimulA U excrllent."
II. J. TUT, 21. 1) ,
"1 i.oa your Caforla to bo a fitatianl family
lemnljr. It la tt u U tt th'iifp for tufa tta and cull
Ian 1 Jiato crer known ami I recon.tui--iU It."
K. i:. i:kiuuh, M. l).,
" IlATtr daring tb 3 paa t tl i yrare prewrl bed your
Ci.mU ft.t ltifsntile ptomArh UlMjriUrj, I biott
Lrait'l ciiiiimeuvt lie ins. Tho fonuula couulno
tiolMncdildtrioafttu the moKtdillratoof children,"
J. 11. I.ujoTT, M. II., htt York City.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
I 'I' I 'il IMMs
him to mourn In tuiccr-
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Einialmer aria Fiiheral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cal., and he it now employed 'Dy M. .
SILVAf Mr. Kent is an experienced 'man in this' line, of
business! and as a nractical embalraer has had 10 year. ex
neriencc. Mr. I. H. Kent and Mr', M- E. Silva are nowv'prtpared to
leccive all businessentmsted to our care. Mrs. Kent Is alsbalady un
dertaker and will careVfor the female cases, whlch'is most needed in
cur community. She' twill arrive here wivhin six weeks' time.
M. E. Si I va's Under taking Establishment1
1120 Vnrt St ? Phnne 171V ' sifflit Call 1014.
fBeware of the girl with eyes of brown,
Who thro' long lashes looks laughing
She's as dangerous as any In all the
Though bur smile Is sweeter, bewure,
Is as faUo inf thejavln'g' Alder tree.
From which Anodaa was told to flee!
Beware of the lass -with hazel eyes.
She's as far as tho zenith of summer
When thoughts of loving and love
Slid will hear you and cheer you, but
Sho Is not affected by things below;
She lives In an atmosphere of snowr
Bowaro of the girl with eyes of black,)
Eyes which borrow your gaze and
MaBh It back,
With power to conquer your heart.
They flash Into llghttflltgffor 'lovo or
They never endnrot they can nover
They are the shadowy eyes of Kate!"
ThO churches of nivorsldo were at
that time a feature 'of tho city, Pres
byterian (two), Baptist, 'Congregation
al, Methodist, United Brethoren, Epis
copal, Uhlversallst, Catholic, Christian
Dr. Deere, old even then, was pastor
of tho Unlversailst church, loved , by;
everybody, living a .tiulet life under
his beautiful roso vine, lie had writ'
ten a helpful book on "Prayer", and I
iiuvu jiiai received irom ins wne a
notice of the publication of his "Auto
I remember ouo Sunday In tho Bap
tist church, after tho congregation
had assembled, a note was brought
saying mar. uie rasior was too in to
Arbuckle, iho actor, who was among
tho congregation, kindly' consented ti
occupy tho pulpit, which 'he did, to his
own credit and our edification. He'
seemed Bomewhat embarresscd at
first, but Boon adapted himself to his
limited stage,' atid talked to us on
morals, good works, steering very
clear of theological snags.
T. C. Hunt of the CongregatlonLllst
church was perhaps .with the exco;
Hon of Dr. Deere) the, most brainy Of
tho preachers. t
The Christian Scleptlsts capia later,
and worked havoc among tho Baptists
especially, their doctrines appealing
chiefly to tho woman of 'tills congrega
1120 Fort St.
When ou sit down to write, leinein-
ber that honor may be for Mm If juu
write nothing more than
People will exclaim, tlifa, at least
No man for the worst original poem
ever written betwixt heaven and earth
was ever brought Into dlsgracu or re
proof. You remember how "manifest des
tiny" once broke out all over Josh
Hillings like the measles, and how he
wrote a lo'ug poem mid sent it to Iho
CENTUIIY, and how, he got an answer
'You may bo a damphool
But you ain't no poet'
This tot Josh light before the wot Id
' Then If you pluglaiize, vou gain tho
hatred of editors, for they are human
and dislike to bo taken In,
It Is a icitcctlon on their universal
knowledge. To have It discovered
that they didn't know Chaucer from
Valpey Is enough to give them an at
tack of heart failure, and I don't blame
them for I've been there inysoif.
Now, i closing, let me lemliul you
of the advice given by tho crow to
tho donkey who was trying to sing
Ijkc a nightingale."
This letter came out In the evening
and In tho morning Valpey had left
rtlverslile for good and all.
Packed all his worldly possessions,
and flitted nobody knew where, like
the mlsB of the morning!
It was a small matter to go for, I
confess, but, still, I havo always fell
that I was In a measure responsible
for whatever might have happened to
tlio lad aftcrwaids.
Ho probably did not realize tho ex
tent of his offense, and I hope that If
lie Is living yet and over sees this
confession, hO will forgive mo the
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LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE,
Author of "The Block ling" the gteat story of mjslery and romance that la
to run In tliU paper ih it seihil Aii-oug thu best known vmuIih of Mr. Vuiici
are "Terence O'ltMirke." "tieiitleiiuiu vilciituicr I'hc llrnxs Bowl" at d
"The Private War." He has tilxo been a iniitiihulor uf short storied, verses,
ill-., lu luaguirlues for suine .veals past.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
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her attractive appearance, whllo at
the Thelitro, attending Receptions,
when shopping, whllo travelling ami.
on all occasions should cany In her
purse a booklet of Qouraud's Oriental
Biauty Leaves. Tills Is a dainty lit
tlo booklet of exquisitely perfume,!
powdered leaves which tiro easily re
moved and applied to tho sklu. It U
Invaluable when tho fuco becomes
rnolst and flushed und Ih far supeilnr
to a powder puff as; It does not spill
and soil I lie clothes.
It removes dirt, soot and gre.iso fiuiu
tho facu,. Imparting a cool delicate
bloom to the complexion .Scut any
one of tho things which lids mado'iWhOre on receipt of Five Cents In
me anxious not to wound any living stamps or coin, K. T. Hopkins, 7
person by word pf mine, Is a bit of Great Jones St., New York,
Contains the palatable qualities
that , can onlj be obtained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity and nutriment.
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