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qUKDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. 11.. (SUNDAY. JUNE 8, 1S02.
Finest bottled beer sold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has nil thu tonic properties and
tlio delightful flavor of the best
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St.
Phone Main 140.
HEW YEAR WELL
By Im vlng your photo
tnken. My work Is
of the highest quality
J, J, Williams,
Take elevator In Boston Block.
LOTS FOR SALE
In Knplolnnl Pork
Addition and In
1S7 MERCHANi STREET.
by Miss Ella Dayton
Motor Carriage and Machine
REPAIR AND BUILD
ALL KINDS OF : :
Bate Work ot All Kinds.
Etc., Etc., Repaired.
UNION 8TREET, near Hotel.
Phone Blue 721. P. 0. box 112.
J. W. 8CH0ENIN0, Mar-ager.
has removed to the
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In the store formerly occupied by
H. W. Foster.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cent, per
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containing all tho nows correctly and Interestingly written,
twelve pages on Sundays. Send 2 for one j ear's subscription
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Do you believe in signs ? We do.
For example, 2 racnns very little with
out this $ beforo It. Send us ono of
these $2 end get In return tho Weekly
and Sunday Bulletin for one year. . . .
Telling Flashes From the Best of New Books
The American woman Is more femi
nine In Europe than she Is at home. II
may be that the atmosphere and sur
roundings develop her femininity, or
perhaps It Is that Bhe Is more venture
some. However that may be, In Parts
she likes to attract nttentlon nnd ad
miration In the street. It Is n pleas
ure which she does not get In her own j other feeling than that of satisfied self
country and which she values nit tho j respect. Pierre du Coulcvnln, "Eve
more accordingly. Whenever a
Frenchwoman Is followed persistently
It always troubles her; she Is annoy
ed about It nnd reproaches herself is
ihnur.h she were to blnme. An Amatl-
can womnn Is not disturbed by such,
trllles. It often happens that some lady sweep In a room so grandly ni
Idler, attracted by her beauty or do-'her Prlscllla. He said no. he novel
celved by her coquettish manner, mis- hail, nnd the mother was gratified be
tnkes her for a foreigner on the look-ond measure, but. then, said he, nftct
out for adventures and follows her for a pause, "What I should like to see bet
the fun of the thing. For from being do Is sweep out n room." It does not
alarmed at Tills Impertinence, she Is
Mattered by It and most Imprudently
slackens her pace and stops to look at
the shop windows. When the "follow
ooooo-o o o ooooo oooook o o -oo-ooo-o
"Jim Bludso of the Prairie Belle"
By JOHN HAY, Secretary ol State.
All boats has their day on the Mis
slsslp', And her dny como at last,
The Movaslar was a better boat.
Hut the Hello she wouldn't bo
And so she come tearln along that
The oldest craft on the line
With a nigger squat on her safety
And her furnace crammed, rosin
The fire bu'st out s she cl'ared tho
And burnt a hole in the night.
And quick as a flash sue turned,
For that wlllcr-bank on the right.
There was runnln' and cussin', but
Jim yelled out,
Over all the Infernal roar,
"I'll hold her nozzle agin the hank
Till the last galoot's ashore."
'! S 'S -S' S1 '5 '! i. y . 'j' J ' ' '
Takes Six WeeksToMakeBaseballs
The opening of the baseball season d In cellars of about an acre area, nnd
cnlls nttentlon to the fact, not general- from this material the balls are simp
ly known, thar Cincinnati supplies ed by hand. Accordlngto quality, the
practically the entire Middle West ball Is bound by a few or several dozen
with baseballs, and tltnt something
lllco 125 people earn a living in tho
baseball factories of the city.
The process ot making baseballs on
a wholesale plan Is a rather Interesting!
one, consuming In n single season
something like S000 skins. The sciap
Ings fiom the BiToTTfnetorles, of which
the "raw" balls are moulded, are stor-
cr," Imagining that he Is being en'
couraged, spenks to her, slro elves M in
a withering look and repulses in in
with an expression of such freezing
propriety that he retires more or less
abashed. She returns borne delighted
at lfhvlng humiliated an individual ol
the stronger sex and conscious of no
The other day a fond fashionable
mother In Michigan nsked a oung man
whether he had ever seen n young
hurt the newest comer to sweep out
the office If necessary. I was one ol
those sweepers myself. Andrew Car
negle. "The Empire of Wealth."
Through the hot black breath (.1
the burtiln' boat
Jim Hlildso's voice was heard,
And they nil had trust In his cus
seilness And knowed he would keep his
And, sure's ou're born, they all
Afore tho smokestneks fell
And Illudso's ghost went up nlone
In the sutoko of the Pralile
Ho weren't no saint, but at lodg
ment I'd'iun my chance with Jim
'l.ongslde of some pious gentlemen
Thnt wouldn't shook hands with
He seen his duty, a dead sure
And went for It thnr and then;
And Christ ain't a going to lie too
On a man that died for men.
rounds of coril. The "raw ' balls nre
placed In nutomatlc moulds, shnplng
tho ball, nnd at tho same tlmo press
ing out nil moisture, to the tune of
300 gross a day. One employe will
shape ns mnny as 1000 of the raw balls
In n single working day.
The newly pressed balls me then
soiled nuil allowed to dry out for n pc-
It was once said of n Kentucky ora
tor that he was like a goose paddling
the ocean, unconscious of tin
depths beneath. Itobertson, "The Op
Ever since the days of Eden, the
means of seduction ntid the causes ol
woman's weakness hnvc never chang
ed, which fact proves that ruse and
curiosity are nmong tho Immutable fac
tors of the human soul. Man still suc
ceeds with woman by persuading hei
that the tree of life hns fruits which
she hns not tnstcil, the llauir of vhlch
Is quite unknown to her. Coulcnln,
Huxley's "eplscophagy" took humor
ous form In the story of n country
scfiool lad, who put the mitral nlo,
so cnlled from Its resemblnnce to a
mitre, on the right side of the heart In
stead of on the left side. On nppenl
Huxley let him through, observing,
rloclof from thiec to four weeks, when
their weight Is ic'tliucrt to perhaps
lle ounces. .Something like 200 of
these twine bound leather halls can be
loutid In the bins at all times.
In the meantime the skin covers for
the balls hae been senxoned and
dlessed on the lloor below, nnd, as n
Inst stage in the pioccss, rubbed back
and forth ngnlnst an upright blade, to
take out all kinks In the skins and
also whiten them. The couts nre cut
from the skins by hand nnd cewn
ntomid the balls by women. Each
woman Is expected to Mulsh llfteen doz
en balls dnllj. From every skin fiom
fifteen to thirty pairs of Covcis are
AH In nil. It tnkes nbout six weeks to
turn out a baseball, nnd the prices of
the product will ary trom three cents
to $1.2.". The largest sales me of the
About twenty eight varieties of balls
nie now turned out. Within the Inst
five jears the baseball trade In Cin
cinnati is bald to have exactly quadru
In addition to baseballs the local fac
tories turn out a con-ililcrablc number
of footballs. The skins for these nre
cut according to pattern nnd sewn by
mnchlne. The sturflng and lacing Is
the work or girls. Each ball passcB
through seven pairs, of minds In the
course of manufacture, while the box
ing gloves, nlso a Cincinnati product,
pass through nbout forty. An average
of 150 pairs of gloves Is the dally out
put. Some 35.000 bats are mndo In Cin
cinnati every year. All but the cheap
est grade, which is of poplar, nre cut
from ash timber, of varying sorts.
the Champion Eater
Ilelglum mourns, for the champion
I eater of the eountiy Is dead. One day
ho entered Into nn agreement with a
hotel keeper, according to which he
promised to pay n fixed sum for a din
ner. but stipulated thnt he wns to have
all the food he wanted.
Tne sum fixed was small, and gient.
therefore, wns the disgust of the hotel
keeper when ho discovered nt the end
of tho dinner that bis guest hnd cnten
two stewed rabbits and a wfiole calf's
On another occasion ho nte for n
wager twelve yards of sausages and
i black pudding. I In recently accepted
ja challenge to eat seventy hard boiled
eggs In one hour, nnd ho nlmost ac
complished this feat, since hu devour
ed sixty-nine In f ho specified time.
j The fact thnt ho lost the wager,
I however, and through ono egg, preyed
l on his mind nnd ho beenmo sick. Doc
tors were summoned nnd snld tint ho
was suffering from indigestion, but his
friends say that It was nothing but
worry overlthls one egg which mndo
nlm sick nnd which finally brought hlra
to his grave, ,
Make It a Cold One.
She Music hath chnrms, you Unow,
Ho Yes; I'll bring a urasB bam!
with me the next time I call.
She Couldn't jou mako It a gold
bnnd wITii a solitaire In It? Tlt-nits.
Generous to a Fault,
nings I never saw such a generous
man as Smlthers. He'll divide with
Ilnngs Yes; no matter how much
they have. Cornell Widow,
All's Well That Ends Well,
"nemarkablo in tho extreme," ox
claimed the zoologist as ho saw tho
monkey with his tall tied In a bow-
knot. Ynlo neeord.
1 Helen Figures don t lie.
I Hoomy Don't know nbout that; you
, ought to ecc Miss Slim In a bathlnu
suit. I'rlnceton (Tlger.
Don Our cook Is always hard up.
Hal I guess It's because sho kneads
Sunday Bulletin, $1,25 per year.
Poor little beggar, 1 never got them
(the vahes) correctly myself until I
reflected that a bishop was never In
tho right." Edward
Or eat llrltatn has spread the red
spots of sovereignty nil over tho
world; we have stretched from the
shires of tho Atlantic threo thousaul
miles to the Pacific, from the St. Law
roil 'e to the Oulf of Mexico, and, nut
content. I fear, following Urltnln's pr
llr.us example, we are trying to annej
foicli;n territory. The truth Is that w
ho taken the ficrlpture much tc
Leait. which tells us that the meel
thnl' inherit the earth, and which, om
humorist Mnrk Twain said, explained
It nil our race Is so meek; at all
events we seem to have lost no tlmo
In discovering that the true nnd only
reliable proof of the true Inheritors
was whether they Bpoke English.
Cnrneglc, "Empire of Labor."
oocooooooo o o ooooo
By W. D. NESBIT, In "Whit to Eat."
- Wc'e stood for almost eveiy kind
? And never ulteicd but the mildest sort of condemnation; -J.
The corree might be filled with leans brmctliods underhanded;
The pepper might bo bits of bailc, and all tho sugar sanded; '
Hut now's the time to speak out loud, nnd not to feebly mutter ;
They're putting aitlllclal hairs In nitlflclnl butter! ?
It's bad enough to know that hnlf the syrup Is not maple,
And that the laid Is cottonseed we'll take all that as staple
It's rather lough to be Informed that water's In the wilisky,
: Along with fuse) oil nnd things that mako It pretty risky,
Hut here our wroth nnd words collide, nnd make us fiercely stutter
" They're putting nitlflclnl hatrs In artificial butter!
We've b'Cen assured thnt olive oil Is rendered from the castor;
v And some folks say the humble hen at cheating Is a master;
And. furthermore, the pumpkin pie we eat at quick-lunch plnces,
Is made or orchard turnips, and of pumpkin bears no traces.
? Hut It's enough to set our tongues with strongest words a-flutter
They're putting artificial hairs In artificial butter! "
There was some Joy In finding strands, or "ringlets light and airy, ?
And conjuring Impressions of the princess of tho dairy.
' The butter might bo much too weak,"ur It might been stronger, ?
!- Hut they'd no right to keep us from our dreamlngs any longer.
So, House ye Romans! Rouse yoslaves! The war-cry we must utter!
They're putting artificial hairs In artificial butter!
V "i"J "S ! ' f" '. ? If 'j " V '8' ' '" .? ..;. f .;. .? ii . J. cS S .5. t J,
ADAM AND EVE SET ASIDE
BY PRESBYTERIAN PASTORS
Elizabeth. N. J
April 25. The Eliz
met again today In
.ho Second Presbjterlan Church, after
a week's adjournment, to give Harri
son K. Wright nnd Gilbert Unell, ap
plicants for preachers' licenses, an op
portunity to think over their opinions
n tho subject of Adnm and Eve. At
he last meeting both cuing men do
l.ued that they believed Adam and
ve to be mythical pei sons and H
enses were refused.
Forty-five ministers, with Dr. Men
lenhnll presiding as moderatoi, put
Mr. Wright thiough another examina
tion today. It wns announced that
Mr. Lovoll, "ie other applicant, wnB
about to undergo n surgical operation
nt his home In Plalnfleld. The llov.
Mi. I'nyton conducted Mr. Wright's
Tho candidate was asked what ho
meant when he snld thnt Adam nndbyterlan Church for nearly fifty years,
Eve were mythical persons. Ho re -
piled mat pe believed they wcrc the growing In tho Church and that the
Image or God and represented 'alien, Church must meet them. The Incllvld
man, but that the writer of the bonk otjUallty of tho man was tho paramount
Genesis, though Inspired o'f God, wrote thing. God wns the objective point,
In nn allegorical sense. When nsked j nnd Ills Word preached was tho theory
who Adam was, the applicant said ho of the new school.
"What waB his name?" was nsked. '
"Adam. I suppose," snld Mr. Wright. I
Suddenly Mr. Wright asked: "What
did you say about apples?" 1
'Apples wero not mentioned," re-
"I have solved the lunclicon rrob
lorn," said W. 8. Webb of tho Missouri
Savings Uanlt. "I dlno every noon, yet
1 neither hao my luncheon sent In to
mo nor do I go out for It. Nelthor do
I carry a full dinner bucket, as wo did
In the last Presidential canvass.
"This way," and ho took from his
pocket a Utile tin box, In which wero
n scoro or more ot little tablets. "Each
of these is composed of concentrated
food. They are mixed with malted
milk. Threo or four of them make a
square meal. I find It Inconvenient to
go out for luncheon In tho mlddlo of
tho day, because that Is our busy time.
I don't like to hnro one sent In, nnd 1
cannot go without. Therefore, these.
I take three or four of them every
noon, and perhaps ent n banana or an
orange, und I am amply satisfied,
"Yes, I know that sounds funny," ho
went on, "but Hint Is tho twentieth
century way of doing things. Soon we
will do all our eating on the tublold
plan, and tho odors of tho Mtchen In
fuct, the kitchen ItEolf will bo nbllt-
The American woman prides herself
on her coldness of temperament, ond
the Frenchwoman on her susceptibili
ty. When tho lotter Is In love her one
ambition and delight Is to give happi
ness, while the American woman ex
pects to be made happy herself. Thlf
opposite way of looking at things
makes them as different from each
other as two creatures of the same
species could possibly be. Coulevnln.
Were it not, as Huxley says, that
"the Ignorance of the so called educat
ed classes Is colossal, there might bo
need for apology In restatement of tho
fact that man Is not descended 'from
(lie ape. The relationship between
them Is lateral, not lineal, both being
offshoots of the same stock, but each
remaining, of course In very different
degrees of development, Isolated
groups of mammals. Edward Clodd,
"Thomas Henry Huxley."
of food adulteration,
ptlcff Mr. Uuckel.
"Could H have been possible to thlni
now," asked the Ilev. Mr. Uuckel,
"that there were more than one man
In tho garden?"
"There might have been," replied
"And more women thnn Eve?"
"Do you Intend to preach your Ideas
If you are given n license?'
"Oh, no," answered Mr. Wright. "1
do not Intend to make text of my
thoughts on tho subject, but if a man
comes to mo looking for salvation I
shall expound to him thu Gospel us I
At the end of tho examination ho re
tired and remarks on the case wore
made by nearly all the ministers pros
ent. All were In favor of granting tho
license. Tho llev. E. E. Kcmpsliall,
who was pastor of the Old First I'res-
j said thai now Ideas were constantly
Thu voto wns unanimous to grant
the llcenso nnd the mollerator ordnlncd
tho cnndldate. Mr. Wright will bo
sent to Coren as a missionary, a field
of his own choosing. Candidate Lov
oll will bo examined on May 12,
Time and Tips
crated. We will carry our meals about
with us In our pookets, and when we
aro hungry wo will eat. Thcro will be
no long dinners, no waits, no quick
lunches. Wo will take tablets and save
all worry over burned or underdone
sieaks, and will not have Indigestion
over heavy pIcb and batter cakes. Ban
quets will becomo a thing of the rst
Instead of stuffing a guest with half a
hundred different things nt ono sit
ting, wo will say: 'Have a tablet?" and
then light our cigars and bo dono with
it. It's tho coming way."
And Mr. Webb cocked his feet up on
his desk and took another tablet.
Kansas City Journnl.
I.ady Are your antiques all genu
Clerk Yes, madam, and wo so guar
Lady Well, nil our furniture Is nn
tlquo, and I wish to get a genuine nn
tlquo Louis XIV carpet sweeper. New
Lines of Travel.
1170158 TUB CONTINENT ntOM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM BAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
iy THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Huvn Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Emok.
Ug and Library Cars, with Barbtt
laop and Pleasant Reading Room.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carU).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleeper.
H. LOTHROP, General Agent.
1SS Third street, Portland, Oregoi.
. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent
Ho. 1 Montgomery St.San Francisco.
I. L. LOUAX, O. P. ft T. A.,
171 Omaha, Nebraska.
Hawaiian Tramway's Time
KINO STREET LINE.
Cut Wilklkl lor town at jj, 6.ij. 6:s A. a,
tad tvtry is nlnutM thereafter till to'is, iitic ao6
'tjir.M. from Walklkl (Oto tilt Pgrtahou Stablei,
Carl leave R Rangt or Pawaa iwltcg lor town al
CIJA.M. and every it nloutea therMlurtlll nxij.je.
Cara laava l-oit and Klnf atreeta corner ror ratatsa
it6:io A.M. and every lj ealnulea alter till n:j
Carl leave lor Palama only at e and f:o A.M.
Cara laava Palama lor Wilklkl s 4) a.m. and every
ij Dlnutea till o'4S P.M , then at to:i j and lo j r.M
rbe ittti- a. from Palama lor Punahou only t-oea
-s Walklal on Saturdayi.
Cara leave Fort and Klnr atreeta corner lot Rllla
Ranca at s ro and e-to a.m.
Cara leave Fort an' Kin? atreeta corner for Watklk
t 6 os A.M. and every tjalnutee till ioosp.m. then at
io:y and 11:05 p.m. The 11:1s P.M. (oea to Wilklkl
a Saturday! only,
BERETANIA STREET AND NUUANU VALLEY,
Cara leave Punahou Stable for Town at e-j and
lor Town and Valley at j 40 s so 6.10 4.eo 6 40 y and
Cara leave Oahu Collate lor town and Valley at
6:so 6. so and :io a.m and ever) 10 mlnutea till to'ie
P.M. except the even hour and half, hour can wblcl
run from the Stable
Cara leave Nuuanu Valley at 6'to 6:o 6.30 A,M ant
every 10 mlnutea thereafter till 10 so P.M.
Carl leave Fort and Queen atreeta lor Punaboo
Collere at 6.0s 6.es 64JAM and every 10 mlnutea
Iter nil g 4)P.M. After that the can run to tie
Stable up to 11:50P.M. which ll tnalait car Iron Town
reacblnf the Stable at itijo p.m.
felephone to All Parts of the Island.
fvEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. Q. HENRIQUES, PKOP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
As excellent chance Is offered lor
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna uua
it Kallua and take passengers overland
x Hooken, where the steamer Is me
O. R. & L. Co.
From and after January 1, 18.
STATIONS. DAILY DAILY
(Outward! ei. Sun. DAILY ex. Sun. DAILY DAILY
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. CM
Honolulu 7.10 q is H.OS I'M jv
Pearl City... 80s vil 11.40 S'4T :
Ewa Mill 8 js 1008 it eo 40s 4. 10
vValanae 10 s 4'4S
vValalua tl:ss S.40 ....
Cahuku..... le.je ..... is ....
(Inward) ei. Sun. daily daily DAILY
AM. A.M P.M P.M.
Cahufau .... s:js ..., 10I
tfalalua S.to .... a.so
rValanaa :to ... 35s
Ewa Mill t:so T-4S 'os 4:3a
Pearl City 6.1s 8.0) 1:30 4-31
-fonotulu ............ 6,jo S.3S 303 s'efi
r C. SMITH, Qen'l Pass. & Ticket Act.
0. P. DHNISON. Superintendent
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
tng steamers trom the Coast, and J
sheck baggage on all outgoing steati
va. Wblta tod Black Sand For Silt
Office with Evening Bulletin, 111
King street Tel 68.
. LARSEH, Wft.
When You Want a Rig
R1NQ UP THU
LIVERY BOARDING and
I I t : : 618 FORT STIMtll
Btable "Fhoue, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and i.
C. H. DELLINA.
COTTON BROS. & CO
ENGINEERS AND : ! :
Piana and eetlnatea lurnlihed lor all clae.ea
Tel. Main 243.
rtOOM 30C BOSTON BLK. Honolulu.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Improved and modern 8DOAR MA
JHINETtY of every capacty and de
crlptlon made to order. Boiler work
vnd RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
lurposes a specialty. Particular atten
Ion raid to JOB WORK, and repairs
ixecnted at shortest notice.
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