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RBGSIP EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 11, 1890. HOW TO CARE FOR DEDS. 'XIio Watlilac of Ulnnhct and Dttlnc of Mattresses Mattresses, blankets, pillows nnd other articles of bedding require much oaro tb bo kept odorless and clean. The main enemies to mattresses aro dust, damp and moth, and frequent brushing must bo given thorn, for in an incredibly short time- they will harbor dust all along tho edges and whero tho button is fixed. A looso cotton cover over the mattress, mado to button neatly nt ono cud, also gooi a long way toward keeping it clean. This can bo washed and changed as often as need bo with out much troublo or expense. It is very Important to air all tho bedding thor oughly. Every orticlo should bo daily taken on oud laid separately over a chair, and n stiong current of airshould bo allowed to circulate through tho room before tho clothes nro replaced. Tho mattress should bo turned daily nnd from end to end, ns this insures it being worn inoro evenly and not sink ing in tho middle Blankets aro a difficulty to mnny peo ple, mostly becauso they cannot make up their minds as to how often they Bhould bo washed. In many houses they nro only washed onco n year; but Komo how that does seem rather too raro n proceeding. On tho other hand, it is roally not necessary to hnvo them washed moro than twico it year; but they must hnvo proper caro iu tho interval in tho shapo of airing, slinking, eta A wash ing machiuo is very good for tho pur pose, especially ns they should never bo rubbed by tho hand. Tho water should bo only lukewarm, and a littlo soap well lathered in tho water is all that will bo rcquhed. Wring tho blankets very dry through n wringer, shako them out, and wash again in tho samo way, wringing each time, until they aro quito clean. Do not rinso them, but pull them into shapo and hang them out in tho sun, which is n great help to preserving a good color. now th. Letter T Came to He Dotted. Tho letter "i" has not always been dotted, for Dissracli, iu detecting n lit erary forgery, says, "Besides that thero weredotn on tho letter '1,' n custom not praoticcd until tho olevouth century." At this time, howovcr, tho dot over tho letter "i took tho form of an accent and was only used when tho "i" was doubled or in juxtaposition with "u." In tho twelfth century tho ncccnt was oc casionally added when "i" was com bined with other letters, but it only bo camo uuivcrsal when tho invention of printing mado it convenient to rotnin both forms. In tho fourteenth century tho accent begins to chango into n dot, tho earliest occurrenco of "i" being in a manuscript dated 1327. Dow tho World's Goldflelda Hyo DeTel oped. Victoria nnd California wcro both phenomenally rapid, tho former having, however, an uudoubtcd ulaiin to tho first position in this respect. Gold was first discovered in California in Colonel Sutter's mill race, 1848. Tho produc tion for 1 840 was $5, 000, 000; it jumped up tho following year to $50,000,000, nnd reached its maximum in 1853 at 100,000.000. By July, 1819, thrro wcro 15,000 Moxicaus and Chileans on tho spot, and beforo tho end of tiio year 45, 000 Americans nnd 5,000 foreigners wero working at tho diggings. Gold was discovered at Ballarnt, Victorin, in August, 1851 that is, two years later than in California nnd tho rush to Australia resulted in a yield of gold which quito eclipsed that furnished by tho western 6tata Tho second year's mining, 1853, yielded no less than $108,000,000 that is, a larger sum than had been mado during any ono of tho four years in which tho California mlucs had climbed to their greatest annual production. It is estimated that tho lat ter have yielded $700,000,000 nnd that no less than $1,150,000,000 has been obtained from Victoria. Five-hundred tons oEbnllast for stile. Apply to A. V. Gonr. Fiamcs "r Cilizons' Guard Cor tiiicntos mado to order for from 10o. each up at King Bros., 110 Hotel street. A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dantui ofiico Cottngo No. 100, Alaken 8troet, tnlophone N o. G15. Oflice hours 9 am. to 4 T.M. King Bros, latest consigumont of picture frames has taken the towu by storm. The designs aro ologant, up-to-dato and of tho haudsomcBt. Mdohanios' Homo, oorner Hotel and Nuunnu streets, lodging by day, woek or month. Terms: 25 and 50 conts por night. $1, and SL25 nor week. Charles Moltono tho barber is now with Mr. Poixoto at tho Cen tral barber shop. Mr. Moltono iB an excellent wioldor of tho razor and shears and carries his trade with him. Peixoto has refurnish ed his shop in handsome stylo so that it iB now ono of tho most at tractive in town. Singers leod tho world. Over 13,000,000 mado and sold. High est awardB at tho World's Colum bian Exposition for excollonco of construction, regularity of motion, easo of motion, groat spood, ad- -instability, durability, oaso of learning and convouionco of ar rangomont. B. Borgoraen., agent, 1GJ Bothol streets. nnmnnnnmm Mmm n n i mniii.i i mm sm u 108 KING STREET. G. J. Walt, nit ... Manaolk. WHOLESALE AND KETAIL BUTCHERS AND Kfaw .Contractors. Refrigerated Poultry Fresh Salmon CONSTANTLY ON BAND. Metropolitan tyeM Co. Telephone 45. RING UP 104! The Central Meat Market 21'INuuanu Stkeet. Por Your Choice Orders The finest OF eMgeilafed ,-. Me&lig Always on Hand Orders promptly and carefully Attend ed to. . t WESTBROOK, GARES & SCHLEIF, Proprietors. City Market Established 1883. Joseph Tinker, - - Frnp( Beef. rrfjgs Mutton, Pork, Veal, Or tho Finest Variotios. Makers or tho Celebrated Pork Sausage. 316 Nuuanu stroot, opp. Chaplain lane. Telephone 289. TCMU'lIONE 021. I'. O. Box 301. City Peed Store Old Armory, Borotnnia Sts. L. H. Pee & Co. KEEP NOTHING BUT FIRST CLASS GOODS ONLY. Best Mveriuoro Valley Hay, large anil email roped; A 1 Bonanza Surprlsu Oats, mixed wheat nnd cracked corn (or Hens and Chickens. Largo shipment of Hlntir per 3 S "Mlowcra,"Caseailln, Novelty A, nnd Ex cellent. Tlicso brands alwajs on hand Next month laro shipment ol Orecon I'otn locs to ho kept alwajs on hand. Chop Feed for Cows and Working Stock Is hand'ed by ns only. Family trade solicited. Ooods de livered free. LUXURIES For tho Equiuo Tablo in tho way of all lands First Glass HAY, GRAIN 0 FEED Aro on sale by tho WASHINGTON FEED GOffl'Y 138 Fort Si Tol. 422. STANDARD LINES of Groceries aro moro palatable as well as healthier than the other kind. VOELLER & CO. (Waring Block, SO Bcretanla Street). Handle nothing but the best. Llhhy it McNeill's Canned .Meats, Klng-Morce Table Fruits, (Ihlrardclll's Chocolate, Milkmaid Jlraud Milk, I'aragon l'ure Lard and 'EXCELLENT FLOUR' BSST Telephone G80 tt Wholesale and Retail Groceries. 515 t 517 Fort St., Honolulu Tolephoner 22 P.O. Box 470 fspSSr Castle & Cooke (LlMlTKU) UMTJPOTfcTEIfcW, Hardware and Commission Merchants, Genera! Merchandise Agricultural Implements and Plantation Supplies. Wm. G. irwin & Co. (limited). Wm. G. Invin, - President and Manager Olaus Spreokols, ... Vice-President W. M. Gilford, - Secretary and Treasurer Theo. O. Porter, ... Auditor Sugar factors AND Commission Agents. AGENTS OP THIt OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY OF SAN FKANOISCO. OAL. 0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED, Queen street, Honolulu, II. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Otiomea Sugar Company, Honomu Sujrir Company, Waltuku Sugar Company, Walhce Sugar Company. Makee Sugar Company, Hnle.iV.ila Ranch Company, Ka. uapala Ranch. Planters' Line San Krauclsco Packets, Chas. Krewer & Co.'s Line of Boston rackets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. LIST- or OFFICERS : V O Jones, President; Georgo n Robortson, Mnnngor; E F Bishop, Treasurer and Sec retary; Col. W F Allon, Auditor; O M Cooke, n V utcrboune, A V Cartor, Directors. Beaver Saloon, H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. The Best Lunch in Town Tea and Coffee AT ALL HOUnB. THE FINEST BRANDS OF Cigars and Tobacco ALWAYS ON HAND. Eagle -:- House Niiiiiiiiii Avrniio. CARL KLEMMB, PrnprlatDr, New mnnngement. Commodious rooms. Tnble Board tlio finest, iucludiug many Falatnblo German Dishes. Board and Room, jer weelc $6.50 to $7.50 Table Board, rer week THE "ARLINGTON" A FAMILY JIOTJ3L. 1 ICro-vajso. 3Prop. Por Dny 8 2.00 Por Wook 12.00 Special XToixtlily ZSataa I The Best ol Attendance, tho Best Hitna tion and tho Finest Monls iu this City o:e-ioiiNA.i.. SINGER'S -:- BAKERY Established 1874. King St. near Thomoa Squnro Home-Made BREAD I B Borved Froah ovoVy Day Cakes : and : Pies : to : Order H. F. SINGER, Tolophono 872. Solo Prop'r. it. PiOKisr 13 mCu ZEZ jj Jz& "5u I Hotel btrcot, near Fort. BREAD, PIES and CAKES Of all kinds, r Tho Finest Imported and noine. made Confectionery. The Elite Ice Cream Parlors From 0 a m. to II v. m you enn net ft Cup of Heal Kona Culleo at tlio "Elltu" iMdroiim I Tarlore. To Citizens id k g of Hawali-scsm 1 tn!o plfn-mrc in nnuounc ing to you tlmt I Imvo romov- od to my now -hiii i tors nt NO. 'STOKI - , 15 ET nnd.Aiu i(-jiiitit to t-iocuto all orders peminiti to my business. Jowt'liy Ropniriug, Watch Repairing, Fine Engraving, etc., etc. I hnvo a handsomo stock of "Watches and Jewel ry to show you including a largo varioty of valuablo isl and Curios. Your patronage is respectfully solicited. GL I-IA.I?inisr3HR. 3C4.tr To My Patrons: It give3 rno much plousuro to announce that MR. M. R. COUNTER, ono of -the most skilled wutchmukors ovor in thoso Islands, is now managing my repairing department. No watch is so complex in its mechanism but wo can give por-, feet satisfaction iu correcting tho ovilB to which" watches are lioir. Wntohos aro delicato things to handle Wo guarantee that they will rocoivo no injury at our hands and will lcavo our store in perfect ropair. Respoctfuliy, E. A. JACOBSON, 507 Fort Street. H. a. KLAJ&T. 404 Fort Street. a me Seaa tola 5 O na Puna llakana Ka Hiwnhtwft oi loa aku o ka Nani Makamao. E Hiki ke Hoomaemae pu ia na Wuti poino a mo ka haki o ke A-u. Alanui Papu, kokoko alnnui Moi. THE LOUVRE 608 Nuuanu Street. Harry Klemme, - - Prop. Seattle Beer The Best in tho "World - - - Best of Liquors df Wines. EJk. Our Siloon H thoroughly ronovntod nnd refurnished nud wo trust that our atock will please every tmto. COME AND SAMPLE IT, Empire Saloon A gouorid Btock of Liquors, Alea and Wines. FJtKSH HEEK ALWAYS OX DltAUUIIT. OUR PORT AND SHERRY, Are of tho linos t and como to us direct from Europo. . . . . OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY Imported straight from Louis villa, Ky. JAMES OLDS, Prop. wet' n KINO AKU NUCAND STREETS. Tbo celobrated Enterpkise Bekk on Draught and in Bottles. . GONSALVES & CO, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND WINE MERCHANTS. 225 Queen stroot, Honolulu, H. I, G. R. Harrison, Practical Piano Maker and Timor. Can Furnish the Bast Factory Raferonca. Office, Fort street, nppositoCntholio School. Tclophono 231, 412 nud 11)0. B"" Orders promptly attended to. MISS CHARLOTTE H, PARMELEE Is now prepared to tnko ft limited num ber of Pianoforte Pupils. 4F" Itosideuooi 220 Buretnulu bttcet, opposite Hotel gates. 1 IS liu FOOD for Wo havo received an immense stock of Infants and Invalids Foods, consisting in part of ... Mellins,? Nestle's, Plorlicks', Murdock's, Ridges', Lactated, Imperial Granum, And last, but not least, tho only MALT NUTRINE J5y Wo haven't any particular hobby to force on you, but if you want food for Infants or Invalids, tho place to' get it is at the H0LLISTER DRUG- CO., Fort, street. T&jji, DVIES Co. X-iI3EITDE33D- AND Commission . Agents! Dry Goods, Hardware and Groceries. H. HACKFELD & CO. -Importors AND Plantation Supplies. H, HACKFELD & CO. 201 to 215 Fort Street. Just Received and For Sale At the New Stand, King Street, (Adjoining the Arlington.) Whole Wheat Flour, Golden Gate Flour, Choice Hams, Bacon, Fresh Almonds and Walnuts, Cal. Block Butter, Smoke Beef, Now Potatoes, Onions, Etc., Etc. TKT.Kl'HONK OS . 1. O. MOX 148 H. E. McINTYRE & BRO., IMrOllTEIlS AND i)EALEK8 IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed. Now Goods Receivod hy Every Fnokct from tho Eastern Slates and Europo FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY BTEAMERf AH Ordors faithfully uttonded to nnd Goods Delivered to any iut of tho City FltEE, Island Oudkiw Soucitkd, Batistaotiok Guaiuntbhi EABT COllNlUt 3FOHT AND KING STHEETB. INFANTS I """"'cWSSSgJP' and Doalors in- Chas. Hustace, 212 King Street. X