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There ilmoi (holr waving illumes with
their clusters of frilll lilMh nbovn llio
sidewalks. During IliO high win H
which tiro all at this season uf tho
yoir It Is somewhat nlai tiling to hear
tho tlitlj Of a cocoallilt or n bunch of
tthem fur (hit Hint tor, crash to tho
pavement, As these are decide My
'heavy mid uefcond with npldlly
owlllft to the lass of gravitation,
iMallhltils aro wont to cast upward
lrtWWAftftrtftMWWWWMWWMWVWVyr'lVV"8lalieCB when pnsMng under a grove of
taffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
Is absolutely pure dlrllUMlon of malted ..rain lu mlitnMllu a.,,1 It.
freedom from lnjiirloui substances render It ro tint It can be retained
u me mmi sentive Wumaeb It has ln.cn the standard of purity and
.ixcellrnco for rifty jetrs
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' i.H.i .uiu i.,r iniTDurara men. ueiicite women and slcKly dill-
iiinn ii ,iieiigiiutis ami ruHaltis thosstom, Is a promoter of health and
lungrl,y males the olj feel joung and keeps tho oimg stronK.
It H a wonderful remedy In the treatment and cine of consumption,
notiTnonln, grippe, bronchitis, coiishs, colds, malaria low fevers, stoinncli
..iuiea ami nu wasting, weihcned illrenrrd conditions, If talien In time.
If 0U WMl tO UeOll iOllltK BtlOllC nnil vIcillloiK nml lmvn tin vni.r
tff cheeks the glow of perfect heallh, take lnff,s Pure .Malt Whiskey, remi-
jnj, uccnruiiiK iiiriciion n tc u,.H nml strengthens tho hoirt nctlon
nnU purities the entire system. It It rtcog-iUcl ns u f-iml'y modlclno
CAUTION When on ask for riilT Pure Vlnlt Whiskey be sure- Jou
8t tho ginnliio li's tho onl nboliito! pure medicinal malt whiskey
and Is sold In Bealoi' bottles onl never In bulk look Tor the trado
murk, tho "Old Chemist," on tho label, and mako sure tho seal over tho
cork Is unbroken Duffy Malt Whisker Co . liiuhpcinp v v tr o a .
Dear Mallhlnll Old boy, I was
glad to henr from jou, but much
surprised to hear so much kicking.
Tho Wilsons living across tho street
liavo Just returned after a six
jmcuiths' Btny down there, and they
tire simply raving about tho beauties
of Honolulu thu minuets are grand,
u ml tho ninanllghts grnpdcr; tho cli
mate tho finest In the world, etc.,
etc. Hut, ma be, they word 111
(Ircator Honolulu that t nm ho.irlng
so much about.
They sny they never saw a contl-
pedo nor a scorpion while there, nnd
that they were not poisonous oven
It they did sting ion. And they
said their undo owned (mi) of (lid
hotels on Walklkl Delicti, Mid It Was
full all of tho time, nnd they go In
bathing cer day and never had nn
nee'dent from the coral,
Oce, talk about being lillstured In
tho sun In itlihUarj'i I Wollld bo
willing tu walk, n mile (tit a contl
reef nnd ho burned tu r(d its n lob-
stPr Just lt get warmed up, tlun't
jou it now I While t nm writing oii
t lino n lilitnktn aiiiiniil mo ami mil
(titling nn ni feci, trvlnii In laci
warm and this In sunny California.
Residence Undertaking Parlors
M. E. Silva's
will bo removed about robrnnn 15 tc!
location on Chaplain strcot oppo
site tlio Catholic Sisters. Tho now
placo will bo yell 'equipped with
bedrooms, kitchen, dlnlngroom, bath
room, wnlllngroom, with .verandas
an tw6 sides. Tor tho rcsldonco fe.i
turo In this now, up-to-dato under-
inning parlors uicio will Ijo no
chargo for tho uro. Tho parlor Is
irco to nil who wish to remain with
the bodies of beloved ones.
Itodlcs removed from hospltnjs or
homo from within thrco miles of
city limits lo our placo of business
frco of charge.
Present Phone, 179 - Night 111 1014
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For Sale Everywhere
1 Wp farvv fVift lnrrref nw1 mnut tFQi mA otnnV in fTi t1aid
vi v wittij mu ""d1"" ti tiiw4i nwu nvwbjk 4it (4tniiiiji
' Good furniture at moderate ptiqes.
U Your credit is cood.
J. HOPP & CO.
iso inns bt. ....
I have another Joke en tu, ii,,' "" !"'
dam,, room and nn . cnwl'nj In ioiM na " 10 rt.ractor.Ulo features
halr-bm-h and all over other Mil... nf ' onl?',1l1"9 n"hltecuro Is ih.t no
did not dilvo jou awa. Yiu sia.ed " uulldlngs appear alike. The ilown
till tho aunts (whom I Mioptot dll Uiw" "- are of every ronechjb.c
not agree with ou) were to M- M U, of nrchltecture. Thero arc moio
......hi. i. I .i.... ii.- i.. r,,,.. atJcllos of colored prcrscd brick
agreeable, bceauso they llvn In one
hoiso v Hinges, notably New Voi'i
nnd Ohio they droto )iiu nwn). I
am honestly glad that 3011 nm not
hero this winter, for you tiro such
n truthful Henry, and call a spadn
n spade, that t shudder when I think
what )ou might call our dear old
California. On the nulot, It Is fierce:
the oranges all froion, etc., etc
Oh, yes; I ski .who Mills Inatl
ttlto won a banner fur something.
Perhaps It was for music practlso
makes porfnet, oti know. Do care
ful that they don't pasu im the
You have got n grouch on, all
right. Pon't knock the I'riimotlon
Commltleb tim Intnl. The)' did tint
wiy In their fbldcm or post cards
where or how sou would find the
grass houses or women dressed In
Mar. If thoi aro there, and jou
want to ti'u them, nnd It costs eight
een dollars, whj, dig It up and try
It. 1 don't henr much about that
rort of n tiling, though.
'flic Wilson girls say those glorli
fled nightgowns ou speak of aro
hooldls, and aro strictly Hawaiian,
and aro warn without ono oxccptlon
by Hawaiian women. You know,
gay I'n Ho iirodtlres somo fashions Wo
would not all approve.
Say, pard, ou Arc not very com
plimentary about their fonst you
cill It lunu. It seems hnrdly fair to
accept their hnspllnllty, then call
them pigs. They will tuin the tar
bles on ou some, day, and uill 0U
a hog for our pcrpotual grunting.
Cheer tip, chappie Walk out In
the sunshine, smell the roses, tlufo
the rainbow jou might find the
"pot uf gold," thou ou could (omo
b oniii If jou don't like It down there.
The Promotion Committee don't
even know jou aro there, Thcv 1110
kept so busy placing people, tint aro
pouring In on thorn from everywhere.
Don't oxuect too much; it lot of
those peopla have ucvci been off
those Islands nnd aro a llttlo slow
to comprehend, but from whnt 1 can
bear they are getting tbeie all the
same. You say drink Is on the In
crcaso. Dd It strike J mi that jou
have only been there h short time,
nnd that "ever) little bit helps"?
That reminds me, 1 must bring this
to a closo, nnd go get 1110 a dilnk of
ginger nlo to warm me up. And
this Is dear old Oakland, California
while 1 think of jou wearing n whllo
duck suit In Honolulu. 1 hope this
reaches you safely nnd finds ou In
better spirits and whero tho ants
don't blto 0U. Your old friend,
P. S I iilmost forgot to toll ou
my motto for this jcar
"If I can not bo a booster
1 will NOT bo a ltnookcr."
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A Malihims Letters
M Dear Arthur: 1 hope ou liavo brigade One -.cry noticeable feature
not tiled to master tho a-t of Hula n"t tho street cleaning &f Honolulu
Huh dancing as proiounded In in nro nt 0)co carlcU oft nil not n(.
last letter to ou. It has been so wot ,QWtd ,0 r(,man 0H , BUoeti a8 ,
hero for tho past fow weeks that I fc0 oftcn tl)(J e!ifg , most b(J c,e8 of
have been m.ablo to visit all of the Soulorn Cnllforna,
rlums ot Honolulu In order to get ma-, ,, , , . ,11.
terlal for this letter. My nihil., how-' ,nf ' B"d 'oature. which
over, hnvo warned mo, of thtlr near- mainland cities might copy, is that no
ncm and what few streets 1 havo In- Ti ot garbage cans nH.
spected in that locality wero not of ' ?1
bitlld'tl'i to b3 seen In Honolulu thin
In any a ly of Its vlzo on the iinln
liml. li'Jiuilulu hns soma muuincciit
Ini Id. 11.1 ; building tint would ba 1111
oi.l'ifiltnt to New York, Chicago, or
even San Krauclcco. Hut squill 1, In
significant structures have been
crcctod around many of thsso which
do not harmonize or tend to miko the
city appoar uniform.
In some of tho best residential sec
tions, rovvs of untight!' Chlncso and
Jnpanesa huts, and etorctj hivo been
crecicu in cioso proximity lo the
stately homes of tho rich, whoso
grounds rro tho envy of casttrnqrs.
It seems a pit that theso should
huvu been duniicd In overy pirt of
tho city to mar tho boau'y and iharm
.Mono 1 Valley and Mnlklkl Heights
1110 tho favored rcsllonthl sections
of Honolulu. These lovclj suburbs
are on high grouu 1, cummindlnR; mag
nfllccnt panqramlc lcvv of sea.
mountain .and fcrtllo vnlle8. Many
of tho rosldencsg nro palatial and tho
equal of tho majority of thoso on Or
nilgo, drove Avcnui-, I'.isndem, Cal
which for mail cars has been loo'tcd
upin ns tho most Ideal residential
section of Southern California. Hack
ed by tall seir.itod mountains, with
blopes literati clothed In tho green-
ist of vogotitlon, Indigenous to these
Islands and sin rounded by avcnnea of
acacias and tamarind treoi, wl'h hero
nml theru clumps of waving cocomut
palms nud ba-iauai, wlih vistas of tho
bluo waters of tho Pacific and billowy
rurf scenes popping from nut this mass
of vegetation is n 1 ideal, representa
tion ot n wealth Ilonoluliian's homo.
High nbove the clt In the direction
of Tantalus, is PncincHc'ghts. tho
summer home of many of the million.
alro merchants nml sugar barons of
tho Island. Tho roads In thu neigh.
borhool of thin- residential districts
nro macadsmizcd nnd well kept and
flea from dust nnd dlrL This Is In
maikc.l contract to tho tilth and squal
or of the rlums, whom the dust Is
deep nml whero In rnlny weather pools
of dirt) water mnko It difficult to
walk. However, tha Honolulu Hoard
of Heulth will no doubt repair all tho
onilp nml strict s or this beautirulty
Trusting Hint tho frost has not In
Jurod the orange crop of Southern
California, nud with ovci.v good wish,
P. S. I will toll 011 all about, tbq
religious sldo of tho peopla and tho
wonderful work that Is being ac
complished by the various churches In
converting Japanese, Chlncso, nnd
other so-calltd hoa'lion people in ivv
for Infants and Children.
Save the Babies.
IVTANT MORTALITY h something frightful. Wo can hardly relUe
. that of all the children born In clvlllred rountrlcs, twenty-two per cent , or
nearly onc-qunftcr, tflo beforo tliey reach ono year; thirty-seven per cent, or
more than one-third, before they aro Ave, and ono-half beforo thej aro fifteen 1
Wo do not hcsltato to say that a timely use ot Castorla would save a majority
ol these precious lives. Neither do we hcsltato to say that many ot these Infantilo
deaths ore occasioned by the use of norcotlo preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine They are, In consldcrabla quantities, deadly polvins.In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation nnd lend to congestions, sickness, death. Castorla
operates exactly tho ro qrse. It crnuics tho blood to circulate properly, opons tha
pore, ol tho skin and allays f ev cr.
The yy . y9'fll!m buismhUccs gcHBlno
Igaatiiro of JutSyjfJ-&Zcvti Castorla
Physicians Recommend O.astorla..
MI baro otcd your CaelorU In curt of colic lo
chlMrrn Dil have foul il It ttio bct medicine of tl
kiwi on Uo market." J. E. Bmreos, M. 1) ,
ChlcKeo, 1 1
A t&rdlrlDa tn Talnable and Inf flrUl for chit.
dreaayoarCaMnrlaliilcicruaitio blhcit pralio.
1 Bed llln dm emjwliuc."
J. 8. ALlxasotn, it I).,
Tfare niei yonr Catorli on rarlona (.craelona
lo enltable caaee fnl bavo fount It n phtabo anil
tmdent Unlli e, opiclall In llio varloue dUeaaca
Cuaa. dwajip GaitoiNLit, )T, D ,
' Cattorla la good for cblldrea and 1 1 rcqniMiUr
I nacrtbe It, and atvaa obtain tbe dreirod rcaolt."
F. OtuLo BuTTXia,)!. D ,
Jlua-elo, N. Y.
" I ba?t pmcrlbed Ca'torla to fanlllca for terml
-pan. It la all rlchu Motbrra like It, for cblldiea
will uke It nlibout any tronblc."
C. A. Wiuotr.M.T),
' Yonr Caalorla If a rplendlJ remedy for children,
known tbe world orer I umi It In my prartlco and
lure no beflianry In rrcommrndln; It for tbe eonv
phlnta of Infanta and children "
J. i. JJouuiax, M. D ,
Xantaa City, Mo.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In lse For Over 30 Years.
tho most savory, from a health a
point of view..
first, let mo tell jou a few things
abcut the sticcts ot tho city proper
and somo of tho street nuisances
whklf pcoplo have to put up with
when they go from ono part of tho
clt) to the other on "shank's marc."
To begin with, many ot tho sidewalks
are much cut up In places and sadly
In want ot repair. In conscquenco of.
which they arc vor) uneven. In wet
weather many ot the gutters being
choked the rain pours oft theso to
tho sidewalks and fills theso depres
sions, making It n matter ot much
Inconvenience to pass certain spots,
especially when one Is wearing ox
pen b ho. t.hoo3, or oxpenBlvo dress ma
tcrhl. What rainwater finds nu outlet
down tho spouts luvarlably overflows
tho. rddowalks, ns thoso havo not been
cnirlcd underground but open direct
ly nt to tho sldnwnlks, which nro
quickly convened Into rivulets. A
number ot tho sidewalks nro often
littered with packing cases and olicr
iiiiii:y onsiriiciiuns ami frequently tho
gratings over tcllurs uro left open
nil t'ay without anv protection, with
tho result that pedestrians havo to
mako circuitous dUours Into llio road
to avoid theso.
llamma eel Is round hcittcred on
many sidewalks, which Is not onl) un
sightly but a fcourco 'of clangor. Ex
pectorating at street corners liv gnngs
of loafers 1 1 another bourco of annoy
unco nud highly dingcrou. hum n
filth, are allowed to stand on tho side-
walks, and polluto tho ntmospliero
with thtlr vile and unhealthy stench.
In this respect Honolulu loads many
of tho larger cities, nnd, if only tho
crors streets, not only of tho down
town district, but chiefly In tho Orl
cutal quarters, would on'y bo kept
clean, Honolulu would Indeed bo the
"Paradise of tho Pnclfle'' not only In
name, but in rcaMty. y
Ono cross street tu particular, wll
In a few jnrd off Kort Btrcot, Is
Invariably sloppy and dirty. At this1
placo a numbei ot flower sellers have
taken up a permanent position on tho
sidewalk. During tho courso of the
day, but more especially lu tho eve
ning, when the time has coma to ro
tuin bono, tlic.io pcoplo iu.,y bo seen
throwing r'lbblch ami slops Into tiui
rood, thoioby making this portion ol
tho strcot always wet and unattract
ive. Sldovwtks aro for pcdcstrlann
and hliould lot bo converted Into
booths. Tim market Is tho proper
placo for theso pcoplo. H Is voiy
idoastiig to sec bright, freshly gather
ed 'Dowers, but as tliero Is n proper
plate for ovci) thing. In this world, thu
sidewalks ot a city should coitnlnl)
not bo con vo. ted Into flower stalls.
Japanese mid Chinese Inhabitants
of this city oryi-frequently throw
tho liquid contents ot basins nnd oth
er utcnsllcs Into tho strouts. As It
Is Impossible to know what mnniier
of things have been washed lu these,
this praitleo should bo stopped at once.
In hot weather, when no ruin hus
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Uvdry lady who desires to keep up
her nttractlvo appearance, whllo at
tho Theater, attending Receptions,
when shopping, whllo travelling and
on ull occasions should carry In her
purse a booklet of Gouraud's Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. This is a dainty
little booklet of exquisitely perfumed
powdered leaves which nro cnsll) re
moved and applied to tho skin. It'
Is Invaluable when the fnco becomes
moist nnd flushed and is far superior
to a powder puff, as It does not spill
and soil tho clothes,
It lemovcs dirt, ,noot nml greaso
fiom tho face. Imparting n cool, del
icate bloom to the complexion. Sent
aii)wheio on receipt ot Fvo Cents In
stumps or coin.
F.,T, Hopkins, 37 Great Jones St.,
Mr. lllggs You must think mo u
' -Mis. illfrKH'flilndly) N0.1 I-don't
think anybody over blamed )ou
benllll imtllt. of lniv. Thn Itniir.l ,.r fnHl'11 fell lrlpr.nl iluvu Hi, umnltH
Health hnvo now taken this mutter! from cirtuln portions of Iho streets
tip in connection with (holr tubercu
loals campaign, no that It Is. expected
that theso germ spreaders, who turn
Iho sidewalks and stiocts Into cuspi
dors in iv bo restrained froui acting
'Illu lll.llu fillets of the itiwiltqun
district iir,o as a rule kept clean, but
many of tho cross str,cs nro neglect,
cd. Thn accumulated dirt Is tjius car
rlud liv vehicles and street cars, or
blown by tho wind, to all paits of tho
city, undoing any good resulting from
and open drains are not of thn most
rnvory. The Board ol Hoalth officers
cannot bo expected to bq In every
place nt once, but they ran InBttll
into tho minds of theso cnrrlcss onus
tho fear of (lod ((.lo miliums Is next
to Uodllncsb) oven though llio offend
er!! be heuthi us.
Ore of Honolulu's principal assets,
nnd which tends to enhance thq nat
ural beauty of the city, uro tho groves
of cocoa n nt lices which fringe many
or tno sidewalks and compounds sur
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Corner Alakea and Kin); Streets
tho in,.iluj vltitu ol the "vvhlto wiusl" toundiuj the 1ulattj ol Imj wealthy.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
AND OFFICE DIARIES
Wall, Nichols & Co.
Pao ka Hana
Is- 'the Soap that
Cleans Without Rubbing.
Ask your Grocer,
he fails you notify
won't run a
nickel up into a brown
stone house. There is
no hocuspocus about it.
It's effect is gradual ard
cumulative. Let us show
Advertisinp; isselliiifr RCWb. It is the bjRRCst of'
nil business problems. It .is makimr tlje other irVii
accept your point of view about your product. To
convince you must have the msst favorabli c onditior.s.
In Hawaii you will nlways find r:ndcrs of the B n 1
lctin icady to lcstiond to nnylliiiiK riRht. Bui.
jctin icadcis bcliev in the Bui lo tin. To tlms?
who sell throut'lttho Bulletin's advertisiuc; the
bittle is lialf won,
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