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RVENINO BULLETIN, nONOLOHX. H. T., WEDNESDAY. MAY 21, 1902.
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NOVELTIES IN SILKS
SOMETHING REALLY BEAUTIFUL
Sco tho dleplny or new silks this week; every design choice and
a dazzling variety of patterns. Handsome showing of some ot tho
patterns In our window. Tho window Is only a reflection of tho beau
ty that Is shown within. Don't go by our store without first seeing
NEW FANCY CORDED SILKS
Extra heavy quality of cxqulslto colorings and every piece a gem;
the very latest. ThTs week 60c yard.
SOLID COLOR JAPANESE SILKS
Real bona fide Jap. heavy quality, full line of colors.
40c and 50c per Yard
SILK AND SATIN LIBERTY FOULARDS
Dress lengths and designs; positively 'captivating; 'colors exqui
site and nil new new NEW.
' HANDSOME WASH MATERIALS '
Every Incoming Bteamcr adds to our splendid Btock of Wash Ma
terials and wo bellcvo overy lady who haft seen our goods will pro
nounce tho stock to bo tho flnost ever shown In this city. Now goods
Just arrived and aro now on ex Ibltlon. All tho latest novelties.
Special line of embroidery edg-
NEW IDEAS FOR COOKING BANANAS
White ground with black polku
dJts and white ground with fan
cy figures; 34 Inches wide.
6 Yards for SI. 00
Very fine quality, cxqulslto pat
terns; sure to please. Per yard
Colored ground with fancy fig
ures. 7 Yards for $1.00
AND LINEN TISSUE
The very latest with trimming
Very stylish and durable It you
haven't bought any uo so at
Only 25c a Yard
Regular 35c and 40c Value.
FANCY DIMITIES . '
Dainty goods and a largo varie
ty of patterns.
Il Yard for $1.00
EXTRA FINE DIMITIES
Extra quality In figured stripes,
solid stripes, polka dots.
6 Yards for $1.00
Latest patterns, very sheer.
20c the Yard
Full line of solid colors.
Direct Importation 'from Eng
land, although tho duty Is high
wo aro selling 10-yard pieces at
As an evidence of how kindly nature
takes care of her own consider tho ba
nana, the Indian fruit of the tropics
which forms the staple nultrlcnt food
upon which "the nathc Inhabitants
Tho fruit Is cheap, and being easily
handled, transported and productive
every month of the year, there Is prob
ably no exaggeration In the statement
made by a largo Importer, that the ba
nana Is "the fruit of the future."
Compared to Wheat and Potatoes.
No other plant yields so large n
supply of nourishment according to
space occupied and attention required.
It exceeds the potato In ratio of 44 tu
1, and a dozen plantain are calculated
to furnish as much nutriment as a
week's supply of wheaten bread, but
chiefly In the form of sugar and starch
Its constituent paits very closely re
semble the potato and with a little salt
J meat or fish to furnish protclds, q
patch of bananas a few feet square will
enable the native West Indian to llvo
vry comfortably, and when necessity
requires, will permit htm to perform u
ensonablo amount of hard, physical
Many Varieties of the Fruit.
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
I'oi eating raw the banana must have
sulllclent time for tho pulp to develop
from the burd, acrid substance, chiefly
Immature starch, until all Its parts are
neutralized Into a sweet delicious Jol
ly, luscious In flavor anil n Ilttlo cloy-
lig to the appetite It too many are
en tun at ono time.
The lemou'lms a decided afllnlty for
the banana and greatly Improves IN
flavor when tho Juice Is udded to tho
Manner of Cooking.
If this fruit Is to rival the beloved
potato on our tables It Is necessary to
study new methods of prcpanng it tu
Bcrve as n vegetable as well as a fruit. ,
I In the homeland of tho plantain It Is
' roasted or baked fli the skins like
1 potatoes, sliced and fried In buTier with
' powdered sugar; fermented Into wine,
tsenccl In compote atid oven as a bev-
vlitbl line iuiiivi
The banana meal Is much less nutri
tious than the meal of grains In com
mon use, Is extensively used In plar
of cereal grains In tropical countries.
It requires the nddltlon ot some le
gume or lean meat to furnish the nltro
gencous material It lacks.
The unilpo fruit Is chosen for drying
and converting Into meal because It i
filled with Btarch, which when dried
and baked closely resembles bread both
In taste and composition. While we
may exchange wheat' for the banana
It would be sending coals to Newcastle
to ship white potatoes to the tropics in
order to givo the natives variety ol
These are to sere as n tcgetablo In-
Mend of potatoes or peas with steak. I
uiuiii'ii cuups, iuum mm ii ur uiuiieu
and boll the syrup down until rather
thick, then pour over the fruit and
Teel and cut each banana In to or
three strips, according to size, sprlnklo
with a little salt, lemon Juice and all
spice, then dip Into beaten egg, cover
with line crumbs, bread or wheat bis
cuit and fry a nice brown in deep hot
tat. Serve as accompanlmmt to meat.
Chop some very ripe bananas very
fine, using n silver knife, season with
a little salt, ndd sugar and lemon Juice
to suit the taste. Pour a little hot
cream aver bIIccs of toast or zwieback,
spread the bananas over the toast and
cre at once.
Select ory ripe bananas for this pur-
' pose. Tare three and cut them In small
pieces. Beat the yolks of three eggs
very light and add to the banana and
beat to n pulp. Then add a tablespoon
ftil of sugar, a tabtespoonful of butter,
a tcnspoonful of lemon Juice, little
grated nutmeg, a cup of milk and on?
and one-halt cups of flour or enough to
1 make a batter thick enough to diop
easily from a spoon. Sift a teaspoon-
ful of linking powder In tho flour be
fore mixing llcut the white of tlu
eggs to a stiff froth and fold Into the
batter. Drop from n spoon Into hot
fat and fry a light brown, Serve with
n tart fruit sauce.
Perl nnd slice tho bananas and
spi Inkle with a little salt, sugar and
lemon Juice and set on Ice for two
hours. Cream together half a cup of
sugar and halt a cup ot butter, when
quite light colored whipping ic half
cup of sweet, rich cream, llaor with n
little nutmeg or grated orange peel and
pour oer the bananas. Sene In crisp
heads of lettuce. Troy Record.
DON'T GO ON WORRYING
With Inferior or needlessly oxpenslvo Illumination In your home.
There Is absolutely no occasion for It. Thousands of housekeep
ers throughout tho Islands havo removed this annoylns problem
entirely by acquainting themselves with tho ideal perfect light for
tho home. It Is as brilliant as gas or electricity, never smokes,
smells or gives any trouble, is lighted and extinguished ob easily
as gas, and burns but Ilttlo kerosene oil. Our catalog sbws all
styles from 91.80 up, and Is sent for tho asking.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Washington, .May 2. II. A. Harrows
ot Maine disbursing clerk of tho Census
Olllcc has been summarily rcmoel
from olucu by Director Mcrrlam and I
two experts of the Treasury Depart
ment aro now engaged In Investigating
bis accounts. John W. I-angley of
Kentucky appointment clerk ot tho
Census Olllcc has been unpointed dis
bursing clerk to succeed Mr. Harrows.
Director Merrlam said this morning
that the discrepancy believed to exist
In Mr. Harrow's accounts was discover
ed by accident last night. Mr. Harrows
was at onco removed and the ofllco
turned over to tho Troasury officials
and as soon as tho exact nmount of tho
shortage is determined tho result will
bo announced to tho public. Mr. liar
iov.8 is under $50,000 bond In n New
Yoik company and the Government
will buffer no lobs.
During 1901 Mr. Harrows disbursed
OF HOW HE MET THE
LONDON ROYAL SET
Wanted to See a Duchess Home
After the Texas Style His
Knee Pants Episode Valu
New York. April 29. Ex-dovernor
James S. Hogg of Texns, who would
not don knee breeches and glrdlo on a
sword In order to meet tho King of
England, was at tho Waldorf-Astoria
jestcrdny, and when nsked to tell tlui
Inside history of the Imltntlon and
declination, he said:
You know I went over there to
tell Texas oil wells. Well, most every
Englishman has heard that American
oil Is a good thing, and every duke nnd
duchess wanted n well. That's why
they took me up In n social way 1
had been dining with the nobility
when one day a man In uniform de
livered to me an elaborate card and
then backed away before I could say
'Thank you.' I opened the filing and
found it was a card Inviting me to unv
of the King's receptions.
No Tomfoolery for Him.
"Of course I felt proud and flattered,
but I saw a small printed slip that was
Inclosed with the card. I read that ellp
and found It contained a description
of the costume I Was expected to wear,
If I went to the reception Rneo bree
ches, velvet coat, a sword, nnd all that
tomfoolery. Thinks I, 'I'll see Shote
ttho governor pronounces tho name of
Ambassador Choate, Shotc), 'so 1 goes
down to Shotc s olllcc and shows him
"'A gi eat compliment,' governor,'
" "Hut about them togs" says I.
" 'That's the rule," says Shotc.
" 'Not for me,' says I. "Look nt my
legs, Shotc.' sajs I. 'No knee breeches
for me. If 1 can't go In good United
States clothes then I don t go.' Shot
lie was awful nice; said he'd fix It,
an' all that, but I said no; I didn't
care, nnywoy. Well, the thing got In
the papers, nnd, say. It was funny the
way them dukes and ladyships made
up to mo after that. 1 had Invitations
to dinner every night.
who hasn't nn electric fan
this kind of weather. Why
melt and say "Whew! Isn't It
hot"! when you can havo an
unlimited number ot coolest
zephyrs that blow tor $15
ready to cool nt any timet
That's tho price of our elec
tric fans. Don't put oft being
comfortable. ' " "
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
King Street. Telephone 300
over $9,000,000 In salaries to the em-
l,..,1 trl .bin frnm .,.l. !.', I'lOJfg Of tllO CCHSHS lllirCIU. lie WUS
loosen the pulp from the rest of the under J300.000 bon.1. With the re
skin, hut do not break It. Place tho ;'uctlon ln th", torc ?' employes nn,
i 1,-bi.U ., .i. i .,,.. 'o consequent reduction In the total
- ' ' ntttrtn,,. ilIiilnirLml l.v Mi
for cadi banana melt two level table
spoonfuls of butter In two ot water
and pour over the fruit: spi Inkle with
amount disbursed by M Harrows,
bond was reduced to $50,000.
I .Mr. Harrows was formerly cmploved
In tho Treasury In the olllco ot the au
ditor for tho State Department. Ho
was appointed to the Census Olllco In
I March. 1S99. ns llrat aslstant to Ed
I ward MiCauley, who was at that tlmo
disbursing clerk. When Mr. McCauley
;wns appointed chief clerk of the Cen
sus. Mr. Harrows succeeded him In the
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by tho Bulletin Publish
m I r. m j
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
BOO C. P.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosens
Oil. Tho best light known to Bclence nnd
tho cheapest. Havo received tho Highest
Awards at the Pan-American Exposition.
Suitable for store and halls, and aro In us
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such as Wall, Nichols
Co., Honolulu Drug Co., Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Store, Kllto Ice Cream Par
lors, Hawaiian Hotel and otners too numer
ous to mention. Wo also have tho same
Arc Lamp to burn 12 hours, which Is suit
ablo for lamps to bo placed In yards as it
protection against night prowlers. Our
lamps aro In uso throughout all tho planta
tions. I"or further particulars Inqulro of
WASHINGTON LIGHT GO. C, W. Macfarlane, M'g
a little salt nnd sugar, a few drops ol
lemon Juice nnd If scrvid with chicken
a tiny pinch of grated nutmeg. Hake
until tender and well glazed.
Bananas In Syrup.
Put a plate of currant or strawberry
Juice In a saucepan (If tho latter add
A Ilttlo lemon Juice), add one cup ot
sugar and let boll up; then drop In a
dozen small, peeled, ripe bananas nnd
simmer very gently for twenty min
utes. Lift the bananas out carefully
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General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MERQHAKT fiTREET.
HOWTO PLAY PING-PONG
Principle Rules Governing the Service.
Before It Is Too Late!
BUY WHATSOEVER YOU WANT AT FIGURES WAY BELOW COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK
MUST BE CLEANED OUT BY JUNE 30, 1902.
NEW GRASS LINEN JUST RECEIVED,
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
V. O Boa ns- T,t'
THE OLDEST CHi. ""SB FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Oxl.ll la Flo Silks ao4 Gull Lltuna. Chlnm nd Japin.M Ooodi ot All Hill.
ia-i Nuuanu alratt
GEO, A. MARTIN, Tailor Boston Building.
With n general Idea'of tho game, table, racquets, nnd grips, tho player
should give attention to the service. As In tennis, each are Is opened by
the server, tho latter being In-hand until tho conclusion of tho game, when
the stilkcr-out takes the service and tho server becomes the strlker-out.
Servlio must bo underhand and tho server must not permit tho handle of I1I3
bat to bo higher than the waist in making tho first stinko In each ace. Thl
server must also stand behind tho table and when the htioko Is mado the bat
must not bo aver tho end of tho court. Should either of these rules he lirok
en a fault Is counted against tho server, and nnotluj- ace Is played. In start
ing a game the ball Is served from the right-hand enif of tho table across tlui
net to tho right-hand cpurt. when tho ball Is In vaj, and after this piny may
be anywhere on tho table. The secondncc Is fccrved from the left to tho left
com t, and after overy ace tho service al crnates, fiom right to left nnd left to
right, and bo on. Should tho ball not bounce In tho court (nn tho line ex
cepted) tho server loses an nee, and servcB fiom tho other Bide of tho table
In tho ovent of a ball hitting tho net and then bounding in the court, u "ici
Ib called, and the service Is replayed. A repetition constitutes a fault, only
ono "let" being permissible In each nco. Under no other condltlocs is n sec
ond service allowed,
Tho first point to bo thoroughly mastered Is tho strength required to
servo correctly, and under no condition should tho plajcr grow cureless.
Games nro frequently won and lost by tho servlco, and n plain lob in tho court
Is better than n well executed cut Just outsldo the line. No attempt at fancy
strokes should bo mado until tho player Is fairly oxpert In serving. Tho sec
ond point to bo studied after the strength bus been gauged la tho height a
ball should bo hit. A well served ball Just skips tho top of the net. When
this Is played tho bounce Is not higher than tho net, nnd the strlker-out must
play nn easy return with a slight upward stroke. A player should train tn
servo a forehand stroke from tho right court and a back-hind stroko from
the left court, so nB tho body will bo kept as near tho center of tho table as
possible. In tho ovent of u forehand service being played from tho left ham
court, tho servci will frequently find It Impossible tc reach n quick return tn
tho right band sldu of his table, while If tho back-hamd servlco la used tho
player will alwuys havo overy part of tho tablo within icach vflthout moving
The stiokrs possible to bo mado during servlco aro many, but as these are
tho frame ns tho strokes used In play, theso will bo dealt with In tomorrow's
Escorted a Duchess.
"One night at one of the swell din
ners they had arranged for mo I saw
a flnc-looklng lady putting on her
wraps and getting ready tu go, nnd 1
noticed that she had no mnn with her,
so I went over and said, 'flcg perdon,
your ladvshlp, but you are not going
" 'Ob. my carrlago Is at the door,
thank 5011. governor,' sho said.
"'Hut,' I said, 'down In Texns we
tlever permit a lady to go home nlonn
from a party. Now, If jnu have no
escort, I should be glad to see you
"Thanlrjou, governor; you are very
kind You may seo me to my cnrrlngo.
she said. I thought maybe I had mailn
1.0111c break, so next day I went down
1 to seo Shoto and told him about It
Well, Shoto laughed and said:
You know, governor, tho customs
over here nro dltfercnt. Of course.
It was not Just the right thing for oit
to escort the lady home, but sho is
tho famous Duchess of , ono ol
tho brightest and most practical wo
men tu England; so I urn suru she will
not bo offended.'
Fun With Lords and Dukes.
"I never bad so much fun In my life
ns I did with those dukes and lords. At
flist they thought I was some sort ol
a mastodon that had been dug out of
the Ice In Alaska ur from under tho
oil sand In Texas.
"Ono day Shoto said to me, says ho:
,'Oovemor, why don't you get n silk
hat and wear It?' I says, 'Not on your
life, Shotc. They'd loso Interest In mo
.If I did.' I had evening clothes nil
right, the best that could bo made, but
my big, soft Texas hat was my long
Jolly Tlmo With Grand Dame.
"Tho Jolllest tlmo I had was riding
ono day on top of n lAndon 'bus with
grand duchess. I had met her at din
ner and sho had asked mo all about thn
Texas oil wells. When I met her In
the Btrcct one day sho wanted mo to
go to somo 'Al Homer or other social
affair, but I said 'No.' I was going to
take a look at tho town from the top of
a bus and asked her to romo along,
She was not quite as stout as I am, sn
I had no trouble helping her up to a
sent on top, nnd wo ha', n long ride and
n good view of the city. Sho said t
mo 'Clovernor, I can almost Imnglne
myself In Toxas.' "
Brings Back $500,000.
Clovernor Hogg brought homo wit a
him two valuable souvenirs of his ac
quaintance with Hngllsh men nnd wo
men of noble birth. Ono was In tho
form of checks, drafts nnd gold for
100,000 exchanged for Texas oil welli
and shaies. Tho other Is a Ilttlo book
of autographs of priceless value. At
all the "Inners ho attended he passed
niound this book for autographs, and
the volumo now contains enough slgna-
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE ot all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled in the City. Now located in the
Port Street, opp. Love Building,
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Hawaiian Engineering anil Construction Co.
ROOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN jx
All classes of Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys ant 1U
vorts mado tor any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric Construction
Flans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction SuprU
tended, ln all branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail
roads, Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridge, Buildings, Hlghcnyi, Fxraaf
Uons, Piers, Wharves, etc
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, ud Report! cU
Properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AJUWEO. M. AM. 80c O. &,
Engineer and U&n&gor.
77 R CASTLE JR.. Scrre tary and Treasurer.
I. De Turk's Table Wines
Justly known to bo tho CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply of tho different varieties Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
AQENT8 AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
FELS NAPTHA SOAP
WASHES CLOTHES WITHOUT RUBBIN6
REMOVES ALL GREASE AND PAINT STAINS
SALTER' GROCERY STORE
Honolulu, H, T., May IC, 1902.
Received from CMMETT MAY. draft for riftccn Hundred Dollars on
Hires ot tho titled men nnd women of jlho QEnMANA UFE INS. CO. OF NEW YORK, nmount assured by Policy
England to stir the envy of all tho fn
mons collectors of the world. Wash
Tho village fc of "iilton. N. Y.. and
Athol, Mnss., nro tho latest beneficiar
ies under Andiew CamcRle's library
fund. Eich vlllaro is to set a $15,000
No. 208053 on tho life of William Meyer, deceased
$1500. (Signed;) CECIL DROWN,
Administrator Estato of Win. Meyer.
Tho GERMANIA pays their death claims promptly; oven In case of sui
cide niter tho policy has been In force ono year. It will bo remembered that
Win. Moyer shot himself recently.
I2.M.MI3TT MAY, ,MiinuKcr.
Qcrmanta Life Ins. Co., Judd Building. .
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