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SUNDAY DULLRTIN, 4UN01.ULU, T. II . SUNDAY, Al'lUL 2. 1902.
Lines of Travel.
Poetry and Prose of Kissing
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unoss the continent from
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b4 tryi$nilnutetihrtftf till 10.43. tills -tod
ti fjp.A. from Wttklkl ro to th Pun thou Sublet
Cmb Imvi R Rinet or Piwii twitch for town ai
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Cart luv Fort and King ttrcett corner for Pal ami
at. 10 a.m. and tvery 15 mlnutti after till n:t
Can lrt for Patama only at 3 and $:jo A m.
Cart leave Patama for Walkikf f 4) a.m. and aver?
15 toattitfil 943 P.M. thcnatio.tsand t4jr.M
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BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY.
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for Town and Valley ati 40 J So 6.ie 6. 6 40 7 to'
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after till 0 41 r.M. After that the cart run to the
Stable op to 11 50P.M. which It thelattcar from Town
nachloK Um Stable at ii:jo P.M
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
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6EB THE COUNTRY.
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at Kallua and take passengers overland
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From and after January 1, 1881.
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Tho Evening Bulletin, 71? cents per
Dr Christopher Nyrnp, professor of J
pi llology nt the VnUorslty of Copen
hagen, has Just written n curious hook
which Is cnuslng n good ileal of talk
In Europe. It Is entitled ''History of
Kissing," nml Is the fruit of long study
on this Interesting subject, the nil
tl'or hnvlni! searched In all possible
ovarters for the necessnry material.
In defining a kiss he quotes er
Icinc, who says: "A kiss Is tho no
companlment which Is plnyed on the
Keyboard of the teeth when love sings
to an amorous heart." He also quotes
n Latin epigram, which Bays: "What
Is sweeter thnn wine? The dew of
hinvcn. And whnt Is sweeter than
dew? Honey. And whnt Is sweeter
than honey? Nectnr. Ami thnn nec
tar' A kiss."
About the sound mnile by n kiss he
i.ik uneni thed ninny curious snylngs.
MMI : A TRUE STORY
A laity and n little girl lived In an
apartment In the Avenue Klcber. In
Purls. The Indy was studying ery
hsrd. so the little girl had ninny lone-
ly hours. I
One ilny the concierge placed a tiny
b.'sket Ill-fun- the door, rang the bell
i nil stepped quickly out of sight.
The little gill opened the door, und
then she opened the basket, In llnd a
little round, black silken ball thnt .
looked ery much like the pompon
upon her mother" hat.
Ah he looked the Unify little bull
iuiimmI nnd what do you think T
niewcil. Then the little girl knew at
once that It wan n kitten. She look
i out nnd giiMi It Home milk. unit, be
cause It liembled all over, wiapped It
In her ilolllu'K ery best opein cloak,
nat down bufoie the fire nnd cilililled
It In her arum. And the little girl
culled the kitten Mlml. which Ih the
l'rtnch name for any ery llttlu nnd
Ho learned to catch u Honor that
una tosucil to him and to bring It to
the little girl withuiit tearing a petal.
So they often hnd gny little cninlvals.
Mlml hnd the French (ante for color
and loved best to play with the jollow
uicrguerlteH. fie looked no pretty
with the bright IiIoskoiiis nil about hi in
ami with the stem of one In his
lly and by dhrlstnuiK biought n
kcMitlful dollle to the little girl. Upon
H f-i P Pa ri fz Me p pp p Ps r. ra
How Long Does
One Dream Last?
How long clous a dream hiEtT To
the dreamer it uuuictimcB booiiih to
ci dure for lioius, and the general Itu-
Iienalun la thnt dienma coiitlnuu for
in.niitca at lcuBt, whllu tho fact t
that the longoKt dieam nppeara to flu
(cr.llncd within a nolltnry second, even
though the conts of It mny ImpioHa
the ilrenmer for iluya.
"Yesterday uftcrnoon," Bald a doc
toi. "I called to seo a patient, and.
much to my satisfaction, I found him
keeping soundly. I sat by his bed,
felt his pulso without disturbing him,
(.nil waited for him to uwnken. After
n few minutes n dealers cart with ilia
ronlant ringing bells tinned Into tho
etrcet, and, as their first tones reach
ed me, my patient opened his eyes.
'"Doctor," ho said, 'I'm glad to see
:iiii, and a fully glad that you woko
no, for I have been tortured by a
most dlsticsslng dream that 'uuat
liae lasted for scvcial hours. 1
itieamt that 1 was sick, ns I am, and
that my boy came Into tho room with
n string of most horribly sounding
I-ells and rang them In my cars, while
I hadn't tho power to move or speak
to him. I suffered tortures for what
appeared to be an Interminable time,
nnd I'm so glad you aweko me.'
"The ringing of tlioao bells for one
second hnd caused all of that dream,
and Just at tho waking moment."
Sunday Bulletin, $1.25 per year.
a it f tf ts vt m ft vt vt ft '
TIMID LITTLE TOTTE
"Will you walk In tho ginlcn, my pietty wee malil?"
"No, thank you, kind sir; I am too much afraid."
"Why, what you can foir is a puzzlo to me!"
"Oh, sir, tho snapdrugo is might snap at mu!"
"Oh, I will protect ou, 1 ly pietty wee maid,
Come, put on your bonnet." "Oh, sir, I'm afraid."
"Pray, whnt is It now? ' "Why. I never could go,
Tor a big tiger Illy mlvht bite 1110, jou know."
"We'll walk In tho field i. then, my pretty weo maid."
"Oh, that would bo worn-' I shall feel so afraid."
"What makes you so tl 1I1I, you strange llttlu child?"
"Why, sir, In tho meadows the How era are wild."
iv s a vt ft it ii vt it it a vt vs it it
hanncs Jorgensen says- "The Lent-,
ing of the waves ngalnst the Bhore Is
like the sound of long kisses." Klcrkc- ,
giard n n story remarks: "We heard , , ,
... , . .. , salt.' In Holland Jutlnnd young women
in of the evening n sound as though
some one was striking nt files. et ltjnro r tllc Bame opinion, for they
wnt only the kisses of Rio loving con- chlm that "Kisses are no good unless
pie." Still more, unfeeling Is tho Ocr- they tnste well and nro sweet." They
man expression: "Tho klsrf sounded 'also say that "Kissing a man who has
ni though n cow was drawing her hind ; no beard Is like kissing n mud wall."
leg out of a hog. ami almost as
heartless as this Is the Tinnlsh phrase.
"He made more nolso when he klrsed
her thnn Is mndo when a cow's horns
nie struck off."
Professor Nyrop spent much time
tolng to find out how women regard
k'rslng, and became convinced that
mi one point at least they nil agree
1, finely, that men with beards nro fnr
preferable to nil others. In an old
Itnumnnlnn ballad n hero says: "I am
100 young to mnrry. for my beard has
not yet sprouted. Whnt married
Its box was the name Hebe Chnrinaiite,
lor In Fiance the dollies are niimed
while they are yet In the simps,
Now Mlml grew to tie very Jealous
of the dollle. One day when the little
plrl enme In she found that he had
iln-gged the dolllo out of Its box, hid
ileii It under the sofn nnil climbed Into
Um place, where he sat looking nut nt
lei. with his little head Just over the
name. Hebe Chnrniiiute. This i-inile
the little girl Iniigb.
Shi- bought a liny l'lelirh Miil,. mink
of silk, and taught Mlml to wiilk up
ami dun ii upon the plauo with Hil
ling In his mouth, mid wave It. while
she phiyeil the "Mniselllalse." He
wns a very lo)iil little ent, nml at the
Hist stialn of the iiatlounl hymn ul
v-ays sprung upon the piano and
eiiiiKht up his little tlug.
There was a bak ony. upon which
he used. whencer the little gill went
ml for a walk or a visit, to sit. with
l.l,- little head sticking out thiough the
bniH. und look nt the world while he
watched for her return. As soon ns
thr door closed behind the little gill
Mlml always ran out to get a gondby
nti- fiom bet little hand. It was
fiom this place Rint he saw another
Ultle kitten, or purest white, upon the " ttlth "'' ",!" Invitation to tus
balcony of n house farther down the u",'1' ""i-P Inside." wlille on his
stm-t. The two used to watch each 1"01' '"' lmtl wilttcn:
other for hours, although they iiiuld Here lives Jimmy Wright,
never meet. bruves as well as any man in Kngl.ind.
A few weeks before the little gill ro- Almost: not quite.
p.s r p rMi r es Pa p Pr p ra w r
Don't Neglect To
1 Tfjrt flip I pf f Hjiif
uao we lci 1 uaiiu
llecause If.!, right one generally It
the stronger ami more skilful, we am
likely to keep the other back, so to
h'.eak, and make It less stiong and
l ss skilful than before. ,
Do more Impartial with jour bunds I
tmin ou am naturally disposed to be.;
Trust tho left 0110 with a few mutters I
that rcipilre strength or skill. Perhaps I
wilTioiit too much trouble you can bo-
tonus ambidextrous or so that youi
. . ...
. .... ...... ...... .......I nl...... r .. .....II n . n .. .
1UI lieu illiu II1I1IU uuuui ug ni'ii no nil-
other, (larfleld did, and always held
that It was a great advantage.
It Is a good idea to give the left
hnnd plenty to do. There nro niimer
tus ways In which it can be given a
There was once a clerk who spent
". little or his spaio time in learning
to wilte with tho left hand. Ho noon
arter sustulned a hurt to the right one.
hi that he must have been out or work
lor sumo weeks but tor Mb timely pre
caution. FIVE LITTLE PIG3.
A fakir took his little pigs to market.
Ono little pig was sold;
One llttlu pig bid In tho fakir's pocket,
One little pig caught cold;
Ono little pig said. "How fast 'I growl"
Ono little pig said, "How big 1 feel!
And then there was 11 chorus of
; s vi it it it it it it it it it it it vt
vt v vt vt vt vt vs vt vt vt vt vt vt vt vt m
woman would kiss me?"
According to a German proverb, "A
. ,,.. ,. i- ,; ,,., -.in.ntit
On the other hand. Professor Nyrop
rnys that women ns a rule dlsllko to
kiss men whose mouths arc moist.
and he quotes tho Danish expression,
"He is gooil to kiss, but only when
nno Is thirsty." and also the Herman
one, "If you kiss him you'll get some
sauce along with It."
Thnt' ony harm Is done by Kissing
the nuthor does not believe, nnd hu
lilngs forward much testimony ns n
pioof thnt he Is right. 'ITius the Itot-
Inns say: "A mouth Is not the worse
lor being kissed." and n French poet
turned to America a box like u valise,
nl' padded within, nnil having n little
bMathlug hole, was brought from the
Avenue tic Iphilngnvllltnllpldenniinilln,
Annuo lie I'Opern. Mlml learned to
tiiki- his nfternoon nap In this.
When the parking begnti he took
refuge here nnd was taken to the stn
tlon. This as his first going Into the
gieat win Id. And he wns terrified.
Ills eyes grew big. but he nimle no
nrlse. When the little girl nut her.5''"7
l.nr.il In tu comfort him he tucked t" 'lllo of little folks till she wns til
""tli paws about It and held It close t,l Init still they wnnteil mine. Wketli-
t,i his frightened little heart.
lly nnd by he lost his lovely 1'ienrli
manner. i:en the ".Marseillaise"
l.illed to nruiise him, nml he beenme
h'i Ameilrnii that he utterly refused
In uury the little Trench Hug.
- iV-."-." iV-r-." .t." ."V-iV ,"V-."V ;U-.T
Footeand the Barber':!
Many an mniislng story Is told of
thnt eecentrle wit miniucl I-'oote.
,,n,"" "lle"' '" following. In whlili
"'r n,lr """,,,, ',ros '""I'"1, '
,r-)st w'r himself. The tale
" ,liat '""her r the name nl
Wilghl opened a small shop under the
" "f "' K'n'H '"'' l'''"- The
vli.ilows being bioken. be had slink
""' "P "" Pant,r- "" ''''' ll" '"'
'tHhI the wonls. "Shave for a pen
I ruiiie. vini lun'ii iinyiiiiiig ei't en
tile, snw these Inscilptlons. and. hop
lug to extract some wit fiom the nu
ll-or whom he Justly concluded to bo
11 "ehnraiter." pulled off his hat and
suddenly sholng his head through
, ,,,. pano Ilt (lie Rhl)1, ,.alc,
out. "Is Jimmy Wright at homo?" The
ialuc. ftl1 ,,,llm, prollII,tllCHB furc01,
his lieurl through another pane Into
the street nnd replied nt the tanif
time. "No. sir; he has Just popped
I lip I fQttlfl I 00K
. , ,
Go. hurry. Bald tho pastry look.
"This meal Is overdue,
lie quick, my lad. and get along.
Hlse bud 'twIU'bo for you "
The boy. Impressed with need fol
(lot quickly Irom the door,
And, running down the crowded
The steaming dinner bore.
He did not look to right or left,
Or seo whom lie passed by;
Ho hurried on. lest naughty words
Should at him be let fly.
lie did not see a hungry tramp,
Whoso eyes fell on tho tray:
Tho boy had only thoughts of haste.
And tin riled on his way.
Tho tiamp wus not a vulgar man;
In novels ho had read
Tho thing hu contemplated was
Affected by tho "bred."
Ho only did whnt ladles do
In high society,
Whut dukes nnd earls nro known to
While uvery ono can see.
As passed him by tho running boy,
Who wus so swirt of neel,
The tramp put out his horny hnnd
And snatched n hurried meal.
Mr. Wlsu- Johnny, enn you tell mo
why the llttlo hand on my wntch goes
faster than tbo big onu?
Johnny (after mature reiloctlon)
I'upa, Ibn't It for tbo samo reason that
I havo to run when 1 go walking with
niiks; "llahl What nro two kisses?
Only two bullets that have missed tho
mar,t A Norwegian song sajs: "Jo-
hennescn kissed tho girl once, twice,
,, ., . , ,
en the mouth, and each time she was
cia(1 of ,t. Accor-,ImK t() n oernian
proverb, "The place where onu has
been kissed may be wiped, but tho
fire In the henrt cannot be quench
Professor Nyrop lays stress on tho
fact that stolen kisses nro the Bweot-
eit The Spanlaids say on Hils point:
"If your mother molds you, denr girl,
U cause you have let n man kiss ou,
lve him his Kiss back, and then sho
will have to close her hiouth."
Attention Is aim directed to the
yi ung student who said to a girl: "8u
.'on are angry lieinuse I kissed ou7
Well. If you dont like my kiss glo It
back to me'." The story Is also told
or n Danish couple who were engaged
bin decided to sepnrate. "Wo had bet-
THE QUEEN STORY
By MATTIE M. BAKER.
Auntie. Just one nioie! Won
Mintle had been telling stories
j i-r ou me 1111 auntie, ur whether yuu
mi a clilhl. oii Know how It Is jour
sell. "Well." said auntie, with a merry
twinkle In her ee, "I'll tell ynu my
I f mi...... .Inn. "
Then auntie began: "Tbeie was
um-i- 11 (lueen who hud lluee benutlfiil
I ilniighleis. I will give ou their names
lid sou must leineniber them to tell
iik when I ask you.
"The eldest bad lowly silky l-alr.
that fell In golilen culls below her
vnlst. Tills little princess was named
Clorliinn on account of her durzllng
"The seiond little princess had tho
li-i'st t'hnrmiug eyes that weie cfer
hi-t'ii; they were like Inlets, and her
niiine wns Vlnlettn.
"The youngest, who wns renlly the
most beuutirill of them all. wns it clip
lie. nnil hud new-i- walked. Her great
blue eyes, so blight to look nt, were
if no use to her, for she wns stone
bllnil. And beiuiise she was thus Mint
n-Miy f 1 0111 pleiihiiie they nunied her
"The (Jiiei-n wns going on a Journey
i.nd she culled the thiee pilni esses.
in. (I nskeil whut they would llko for
piesents when she returned. Now. be-
Pa "c Ptj " Pd pa Pc "J. Pe P-: Ps P P
How Jocko Got
Away With the Jam
A sweet little story eoniernlng -i pet
monkey nml a pnt of J11111 Is miikIii-iI
Ioi by a Johns Hopkins ilnlverslty
li.iiii now leslillng on M1C11II0I1 street.
It wns In the country and uil on a
summer's day the family monkey was
seen scudding homeward literally
(Iicim lied In raspbeiry Jnm. Ho was
pin sued by 1111 Irate neighbor with up
lifted In 00m, but once safe on the
nonid pint he swung hluihclf lightly In
to the nearest tree und peacefully list
ened to her tale of wiong.
It seems tho neighbor had some
hours befoiu been making Jam. a
gieut lion I of which sat tooling on a
tllile beneath the tiees. This the
monkey spied, but bad seaicely start
tu liberally helping himself to It when
he was discovered. With loud outcry
and tho broom the lady stinted toward
him, when tho mischievous beast,
knowing bis minutes were numbered,
r.ustlly oM-rturned tho bowl on tho
table. Then lolling himself Joyously
In it several times from head to heels
lie fccampered huyond her reach. Dur
ing the recital 01 her woo and In fact
fur the icinaindcr or tho (lay, tho mon
key sat scooping the sweetmeat from
his body and licking his pnws with
SAW THE MUSICAL DOG.
Talking of bands, a showman at
llarnstaple, In North Devon, recently
rut outside his show tho following no
tice, "Como and seo tho Musical Dog.
Admission 2d." A good many people,
attracted by this Invitation, paid tho
bum anil entered tho tent, where a big
r.og, wearing a hugo metal collar was
clenching In a cornor. A.tur waiting
lot a while the auutunco grew Impa
tient and called to 1I10 showman, ask
ing when tho performance was going
to begin. TT10 showman seemed much
1.111 prised at their leanest nnd exclaim
ci ns ho edged toward ti.e entrance.
"Why, there'll tho musical dog!"
I olntlng to tho mastiff. "Can't yor see
the bruss band round his neck?"
"Do you lovo mo?"
"Would you dlo for me?"
"No! Mlno is an undying love!"
itci give back each others letters,'
rilil he. "All right," Bald she, "and
we may ns well at tho Bamo time give
buck each other's kisses." They did
n-j. and piomptly decided not to separ
That a stolen kiss may bring a
man Into peril tho professor main
tains, nnil ns proof he tens tho follow,
inr story: "In 1837 Mr, ITiomas 8a
verlnnd of London complained (hat
Miss Caroline Newton had bitten a
piece out of his nose while ho was
tiylng to kiss her. Miss Newton ad
mitted thnt she hnd done so, but
cli.lmed that sho did not want to be
Mused, whereupon tho Judge dismiss
ed the ense, caylng: "When a mnn
k'sses a girl ngalnst her will sho mny
bite olf his nose If she likes."
As a result of this work I'roressor
Kyi op Is now recognized ns tho one
girnt niithotlty on kissing In tho
1,11,1; pilnccHscs, they linil almost every-
thing they could think of, so It wns
very haul to niiine anything they
wanted. Hut finally tho eldest little
i '111 ess what was her name?"
"Olorlnnn!" ii-plled tho children, nil
loi'cthci-. after a little thought,
"lllghl. (lloilnnn said, 'I'lenso bring
-ne a mllk-whlto Arabian pony, and a
1 addle with st-iulct silk fringe, nlso
"'I will, ilenr.' snld the Queen, wilt
lur. It nil down on her Iwny tablets.
"Then the seiond dnughter spoko
- do )ou lemember what her name
"."loletto." answered the children.
"Yes. Vlnlettn said, '1 want a bird
(.'paradise, In a gient golden cngo,
.md I want It so ery lame that it will
ei.t from my hand.'
" "You shall have it, my darling,' said
Hu- Queen. And then, drawing her
iiungest child tenderly to her side
what wns her name?"
"Shut-up." shouted tho chlldicn,
Them ns n denil silence. The clill
ilrin waited and staled at Auntie.
"Why don't you go on?" they asked.
"I'm nut In the habit of talking to
(Million who tell me to shut up!" said
"Oh! wo didn't!" they cried; "that
was her name! Do plcaso go on!
"That Is nil there Is to the story,"
I'uigued Auntie; and tho children
l.vghcd, loo! Krom Little Folks.
p? pji ps p a p p pa pa rn p ne
Piobably ono or tho most plctur-it-quo
llguies nt tho coronation will be
that of tho baby Iimoncss Clifton.
Ibis llttlo lady, who 1s Just two and
(..(hair years old, Is a peeiess In her
own light. Sho is tho daughter of tho
Into Lonl Darnley, whoso widow tacrl
llced her right to be piesent nt tho cor
1 rntloii by her remarriage a fow
This linpoitnnt young person will
Miur the coiouatton robes prescribed
1111 a peeress of her rank. Tho wholo
outfit, iliess, muntle mid tiny coronet,
Ins been mdercd.
Weekly edition ot.the Bulletin $1 a
tin-can shucks arc precious landmarks; not even oiir
fragrance wafted upon the wings of the morning shall
came our removal, although the hand of progress lias
lieen seen at a distance waving toward us up-to-date
improvements. The -"ough cesspools main
tained by the pot inpany, and a new
generation only j to oust us, anil
so we sail ir
Mitsh, and ji
firm in ow
subscribe for the
Sunday - Bulletin
for one year, only
likely to he dc
turn to France ii
The microbes sin.
in the l'atk watering tro..,...., .ire liannv. and the ducks
at Vaikiki have a gathering at which Chairman Drake
presides, upon which occasion he quacks like this: I
congratulate you, my darlings, upon your escape from
816 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safo & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stono Filters.
And the Steel Aermotor.
Tho only way to know how
beautiful arc tho 1902 wall pa
pers fa to seo them. Wo cor
dially Invito you to inspect our
stock and assure you that the
tlmo will bo well spent.
Never beforo has thcro been
such a display of papers ruch
as we now have. Come and see.
LEWERS & COOKE,
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Safe Work of All KIndi.
Etc, Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Dlue 721. P. O. box 112.
J. W. 8CHOENINQ, Manager.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
We will Duy or Bell Real Estate In
all parti of the group.
We will Bell Properties on Reason
able Commissions. Tel. Main 125.
10 WE8T KINQ STREET.
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. B. WALL, D.D.S.
Love Dulldlng. Fort Street
Hours, 9 to 4. Telephone Main 82
All Lovers of the Sport
aro requested to register their
Stato or Territory at tbo
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
wth mud and
ors, the inos-
ry at least
ire dead we
1 the mud
0 have pro-
pleasure of a
J "MM in" is
.rtial on his re
.c women who bathe