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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. It. T., THUHSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1902.
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If to, coniult theie columns.
If you want employes or If you
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let If yeti
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns
inw ii mo cneapeei advertising p
Advertise any want you have
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
and advertise your business.
WANTED Ofllce work by well citu
catcd man. Address X. X, tills of
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Compe
tent watchmen furnished for busi
ness houses nnil residences, Office,
178 Beretanta bt , Tel White 991,
P. O. liox 284.
WANTED To purchase upright piano,
Address, stating price, etc., "J.,"
P. O. box 832. 2213 tf
FOR SALE One largo bay horse, suit
able for express wagon, hack or fam
ily use and two wagons, ono nearly
new. Address G II, this offrce
FOR SALE Horse, harness and uusl
ness wagon; maro Is good and kind,
guaranteed. For sale cheap. En'
QUI:. 1316 Fort street. 2209 lw
FOR SALE Fine lot on College Hit's,
100 x loUj cash, SUUU. W. l.. ualun.
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L.
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd, telephone, white
2321, or to Castlo & Lansdale, Stan
genwald Bldg. 2165 tt
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. '.V. II. Pain,
Punabou. 2126 tt
FOn 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress II. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR RENT Houso on slopes of
Punchbowl, four bed rooms; mosqui
to proof; electric lights, barn and
tenants' quarters. Address O. Y,
Ilulletlu office. 2117-lw
FOR RENT Most desirable cottage In
tlt , 6 rooms, furniture for salu as
a whole or In part Second cottago
south of Lunalllo opp. Ilackfcld St
FOR RENT Six room cottage, serv
ants' quarters and nice grounds. Lit
lialllo St. near 1'ensacola. Honolulu
Investment Co., Ltd , Judd Illdg.
FOR RENT Five room cottage on
South St.; $17 per month, Honolulu
Investment Co, Ltd, Judd Illdg.
NEARLY new modern C room cottage
with bath, electric lights. Apply 1100
Emma St. 2211-lw
FOR RENT Half of a furnished 6
room cottage, suitable for light
housekeeping, mosquito proof. 430
Lunalllo, 4th house mauKa from
Pensacola and Rapid Transit.
A MARRIED couple with no family
have a nicely furnished room for ulu
gle gentleman. Apply at Globo Batt
ery, Fort St., above VInejard.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
furnished; board if desired. 144 Ber.
etanla Ave. near Fort. 2207 tf
FOR RENT Room 308 Judd building.
Apply room 309. 2199 tf
LI LI HA ST. $15 house, 5 r. and bath,
F. J. Russell, Magoon bldg. 2198 tl
TO LET Cottages, all modern im
provements; $10 to $20. Apply to
A. G. Cunha, 2d bouse above Mor
mon Church. 2202-lm
FOR RENT Two elegant suites ct
rooms, suitable for office or living.
Metropole bldg., Alakea St. Apply
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
bldg. 2201 If
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc
Intyre Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery'a Art Exhibit Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
JO LET Roomy bata tab, with either
hot or cold water ana all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
MrConnepB. Garden lino ?0K5-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN8 COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito proof rooms In town;
$2.50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop,
FOUND Insurance against the break
see of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
Should the Pope llvo till 1903 he will
celebrate his diamond Jubilee us a
Bishop, bis golden Jubilee as a Cud I-
nal.iand his sliver Jubilee as a Pop?,
llae your machine put In condition
for neat work. We repair the best
nnd cheapest. For positions leave
jour address wlfli us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
nt Cottage Grove.
Five-room COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Beach; 18 jears to run.
Good bathing. $75 to $100 per
COTTAGE, barn, bath house, all new,
at the Beach; 3800; terms $130
down, bilancc, $25 per month on IK
F. E. KING,
Cottage Crove, King Street.
WATERHOUSE 4 PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house, Wjllle St., Nuuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford,
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
NO. 1. RICE STRAW
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE No. 1
rlco straw for sale, or will exchanco
for stable manure Enquire Qouiig
Sing Loy or at plantation Mollilll.
LOST At Maklkl. bay horse, with
scar on throat. Reward. H, P. Roth.
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of the
strongest Are insurance companies.
RELICS OF BARBARISM.
A murder had been committed In one
of our Southern States, says Andrew
Sledd In the July Atlantic. On a night
train, returning to the capital of tha
State, were a marshal and several dep
uties. Word hail gone before that
these officers had In charge a negro
Btispected of belug tho murderer, nnd
at four stations In less than forty
miles, as many mobs were gathered to
mete out summary vmgeuucu to tho
merely suspected block. Fortunately,
the negro was not on the tialn. Had
ho been, his llfo wen- not worth tlm
asking, and he would liavu been most
fortunate to find a speedy end on the
It cannot be supposed that theso
mobs were composed of friends and
kinsmen of the murdered man. Prob
ably not one quarter of them .evor
heard of him previous to tho murder,
and fewer know him. They were not
"orderly bodies of lending citizens,"
nor of tho class In which one would
usually find tho upholders of the law;
but they wero coarse and beastly and
drunk, mad with the terrible blood
lust that wild beasts know, and hunt
ing a human prey.
Tnko another Inntancc. Tho burn
ing of Sam Hose took placo on a Sab
hnth day. Ono of our enterprising
railroads ran two special trains to tho
scene. And two tralnloads of men
and boys, crowding from cowcatcher
to the tops of tho coaches, wero fond
to go to see the Indescrlbablo and sick
ening torture and writhing of a fellow
human being. And Bouvcnlrs of such
seines are sight knee caps and finger
bones and bloody cars. It Is the pur
Miss Louise Imogen Culney, the Bos
Ion poet, has been lecturing In Ire
land on "Raleigh and Spenser In Mini
ster." She has mentioned the fact
that 'tourists may no longer visit the
house at Youghal In which Spenser
found Raleigh. Sir Henry Blake, once
n British official at Hong Kong, now
occupies tho house and visitors are
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Uromo Quinine Tablets
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. K. W. Orove's signature
Is on each box. IS rents.
Bishop Blenk of I'orto Rlco will Join
Archbishop Chapello In Washington to
see President Roosevelt and consult
with him as to church questions that
have arisen In Porto Rlco.
SHORT STORY FOR
The Hound Pond in Kensington
Gardens never reflected a more stately
figure, a more beautiful face, or mora
abundant ruddy hair than the flguru
and the face and the glowing, loosely
confined, and rebellious locks of Horn-
"What a lucky dog I am'" said Jack
Wustbrake to himself.
"What Is that )ou are saying. Jack'"
"I was just repeating to myself hov
beautiful jou are, and how great .
thing It Is that jou are beautiful f'lr
mc, and bow good It U of you to m- t
mu here, where I can again tell jot,
whnt I think and feel."
"1 didn't think jou said half as much
as that, Jack. And, really,'! must nev
er, never meet ou here again."
"Oh, that's all nonsense, jou know.
We are not going to have our lovj
snuffed out by an old aunt who Imp
pens to l-o rich and to own a title. N it
a bit of it."
"Hut father Is against us, too.
"Just because jour aunt sets him
against us, Rosle. I (an bring It' 111
round If 1 can bring the estate round,
nnd things his righting themselves
like anjthlng, don't jou know? Whj.
In two Jews' time "
"In two j cars' time' But Jack, aunt
sbjb I am to be married for the cam
"Look here. Rosle. I shall go down
to jour fathtr and I shall tell him
once more Fiow things are between yi u
and I; nnd he shall Know how jou nto
being persecuted by this this down
per, nnd "
'Oh, plinse don't do anjthlng nf the
kind. If ou really love mc. Father
would Just fly Into one of his tantrums
and perhaps havo another stroke, nnd
then when ha came round he would
write to Aunt Crnlgend, and ther
would be another of the big old rows
and Elsie and I would bo sent back to
the horrid, desolate old houes In tlm
North, and Llsle's chances would bo
"It Is very nice of jou to think only
of Elsie, my darling, but Jou should
think sometimes of jourself, nnd ever
"As for Elsie." Rosalie continued, a?
It he had not spoken, "one must think
of ber. You know how miserably poor
we are, nnd Elsie cannot bear to h-l
pour. She must have fine things about
her, and fine things to wear. That s
why she Is so happy In London. (J,
Jack, why are jou not a ilch man?"
"But jou will hold out against Lady
Crnlgend, nnd wnlt for me. Rosin? '
"You nro pressing tho lings Into my
"Roslcv jou will wait?"
'O, I wilt try Jack. I will try over
Jack and Rosalie had been sweet
hearts In childhood, and their liking
had grown up Into a munly passion on
one side, nnd to as much love on tno
other as would havo made a qulto hap
py union if joung people might only be
permitted to manage things In their
own way. And If It hail been Jack's
luck to succeed to nn unencumbered
estate, things might have been so man
aged by this particular couple of joung
As things were. Lady Cratgend had
determined to play Providence, and her
cmphdtlc rendering of tho part threat
ened to become disastrous, No sooner
did sho lenrn from her brother that
Jack Westbiako had been to see lilm
uliotit Rosalie lhan tho two girls weio
ordered up to town, the ailing old
man's protestations notwithstanding.
Rosalie had' been mutinous at first,
nnd non compliant always. Yet the
was not Insensible of the attractions
of tho career which her iunt designed
for her. Sho had met Jack In Kensing
ton Gardens, as we havu icon, and had
promised to try to wait frr him to t-y
over ko hnrd.
"I am so sorry that I let you drlvo
out today, my dear," said Lady Cratg
end, when Rosalie Joined her aunt.
"Why?" asked Rosalie, rather wear.
iiy. - q
'Because Lord Mountchevlot called,
nnd I am quite certain that it was not
to hear an o?e? woman talk."
"But EIslo could havo talked to
"And so EIslo did, my dear Rosalie
But Lord Mountchevlot did not come
hero to talk to Elsie. It was on jou
that ho called."
"O, aunt, I am tired of hearing about
Lord Mountchevlot. Surely, I havo
told him all that he wantB to know,"
"O, Rosalie, my dear," sho asked,
"how many met are theie who take the
first No' for answer? The little woid
tint Lord Mountchevlot wants to luiir
"And what ho will continue to hear
is 'No, no, no, to tho end of the chap
ter' "What nonsense! It will bo voirs
before Jnck Westbrake recovers him
helf, nnd 1 mean to get jou marrlol for
the Coronation "
' And my ow n wishes count for n th
"O, don't mistake me, Rosalie. Your
wishes nro to count for everything, ex
cept where Jack Westbrake cornea In
'Micro aio no racks and thumbscrews
In this house, I can nssuro you. I am
iiot going to put you In the boiling oil
of tho play, oven If you don't mairy
'That Is very good of jou, J'lut,"
mild Rosalie, with a bitter little laugh
"The only torture jou reserve for me,
1 tuppose, Is a miserable marrlag".
Her aunt broke In: "So that jou are
well married before the Coronation, I
shall prove to be the best aunt In tho
wcild. But Jack Westbrake! O! no,
"Whj-, Rornlle, jou are actually cry
IngI" said Elsie, as the one slsfer rmh
'el Into the other's boudoir for comfort
"l thought jou were such n slony
il.earted girl. I am sure jou at-vayv
nld mo so, and I had such news fui
"What news?" nsked Ilusull;, drvln?
'Why, Lord Mountchevlot called."
'Lord Mountchevlot again? Well
.what has he left?"
"J.m' nt ho v,ii going nwny an1
.when he 'mil t-i 1-1 'f will by' to tuintle,
h pi fed thlx "se In my hand, nd
said: 'I wlshid to bIiow jou these, Miss
.Rclllugham The? arc the Jewels lint
my wife, will wear at tho coronation
I Will jou keep them for met for a day
"But Lord Mountchevlot has nn
"Not at this moment of course."
"Then he wishes to marry jou, El
sie." "O, I wish he did. Wouldn't I Jump
at his offer. I am ambitious. If yau
are not, nnd I like Jewels too. Just
look at these!" and Elsie touched n
spring, revealing at onro n perfect
blaze of pierlous stones.
If Rosalie hod been n reading person
she might have thought or the dcclan
tlon of that statesman who said. "I
only knew one woman who would not
take monej-. nnd she (00k Jewels."
Then there might have been another
chance for Jack Westbrake.
But she looked at the splendid nrrnv
of glittering wealth and wns fasclnat
"Wc will try them on with our now
gowns," cried ElRle. drawing her slo
tci Into her dressing room.
"O, Elsie, these must go back to
"Of course, they must. We can send
them back In the morning by district
messenger for sixpence Hut jou Bhill
try them on first. I shall mal.o J oil.
even If jou pinch me to death for it
A few- minutes later, Rosalie, seize.'
bj a gulltj passion of hurry, sto'ii
looking Into a mirror, her shoulders
bare, n loose white satin dress sweep
ing around her, the profuse ruddy linlr,
crowned by a Jewelled coronet, which
shot out Intermittent gleams.
"How queenly jou nre." said Elsb.
"See, this Is how jou will look at jour
wedding." She seized a largo bouquet
from the dressing table and assumed
the attitude of bridesmaid.
Rosalie drew In her breath verj
tcnselj-, and continued to contemplate
herself In the mlrror,
"Whj should Lot d Mountchevlot
have left these Jewels, EIslo?'
"How should I know? You can ark
him when he calls. Shall we send for
the district messenger?"
"O, Elsie. I. too, lpve jewels. I never
knew bow I loved them till now."
And there were no more meetings by
the Round Pond.
SHE WORE SOCKS.
A ilehly nttlicd woman was driven
In her brougham up to the curb In
front of ,1 fashionable Jewelers estab
lishment on Chestnut strest recently.
The footman hastened to open tho car
riage door for her, hut us she ullgbt:d
her skirts caught on the hinge, nnd
there wns a'generous display (if llngerfe
and hosiery. So conspicuous was the
Incident that the attention ot th passers-by
wns attracted, and people could
not help but notice and comment upon
the fact that the woman, InrtenU uf
wearing stockings, had on white looks,
such as little children wea-. This acci
dental display was startling, to tuy
the least. One man who took In tho
situation did not seem suipris"d. He Is
employed In a store where tnuli hosi
ery Is sold.
I "Lots of women are wearing half
hose now," he said, "I suppone cool
ness is the object to be desired, liu: this
j woman has demonstrated thai an ex-
, posure Is sometimes bound 10 occur.
Still, that wouldn't happen often How
do they keep 'em up? Whj with goi
tors, of pourse gartera such ur men
I wear, only much lighter ind cioie deli
cate." riillaele-Iphla Record.
"Look here," Bald the man who had
purchased a lot In Groundsomehurst
without having gone previously to In
spect the place, "jou say In all jour
advertisements that there Is a 'beauti
ful natural lake' In the mlddlo of tho
suburb. Whero Is tho lake?" "My
dear sir," responded the real estato
agent, "you ought to seo tho ten ncre
patch of ground over there Just after a
rain! ' Chicago Tribune.
The Dr. M'. Alden Elrrtrlc "Belt'
(with sus- ti&Jz P'nsory Is guaranteed
to possess rn all the .urst:vs proper
ties of the esnenslve belts now sold by
doctors and urugg! . It gives a very
stiong current of electricity andlseally
regulated. Bound to supersede others. Can
be had from the underslrned onlyt no
audits; nn discount. Clrculai free. Address
Plerco Clectrlc Co , 20Q Post St.. San
Frar.iltco. Sent free to Hawaii for 6G.OO
WORK OF SANITARY
OFFICERS IN JULY
VOLUNTARY AID TO EXTENSION
OF 8EVERS HOLDING LODG
ING HOUSES TO REGULA
Following Is the report of C. II. Tra
:y, city sanitary officer, for the mouth
Jf July, 1902;
During the month 21 applications to
build have been received and 17 of
them have been approved. I have also
approved 3 permits applied for previous
to Jul) 1.
One application Is In the hands of the
Survey Department and I am holding
four, tno of which have not jet been
Investigated, and the other two are In
violation of regulation No. 2. Two
builders without permits have been
notified to file their applications and
have done to.
I Six cesspools have been located elur
Ing the month, all outside the sewer
Five buildings have been moved or
altered so ns to conform to the sani
I I have made 337 Inspections during
the month. St of which were examina
tions of lots and new buildings.
Thlrtj certificates for restnurant, ho
tel or lodging house licenses have been
'applied for and 23 have been Issued.
Seven arc held until the places have
1 been put Into sanitary condition.
Of the certificate applied for prior
to July 1 three have been granted nnd
j six arc still lielJ.
The number of adults which can be
lodged bj law In theie buildings llcens-
I ed Is SS7.
I Four formal complaints have been
filed and three nuisances have been
abated, one case Is In hand.
I rive 49-hour notices have been serv
ed and the nuisance In each case was
abated without further prosecution.
j Three notices to remove ducks hav
I been served. The time has not jet
I Thirty-three 30-day notices to con
nect to the sewer have been served in
,Kewato and the work In the majority
of cases is progressing very favorably.
Principally through the efforts of In
spector Francis 1233 has been sub
scribed to lay the government sewer In
River street from Ileretanla street tn
u point about 200 feet above Kukul, and
also 200 feet In Kukul street. The pipe
fo- the sewer Is on a sailing vessel
and Just as soon as she arrives tlif
eewer will bo laid.
The completion of the sewer In Ke
walo Is rapidly putting a very danger
ous portion of the city Into good sani
tary condition because the property
owners are more willing to connect tn
tho sewer nnd get rid of the cesspools
which at the best were a nuisance on
account of tho tide water raising an I
filling them to overflowing at times.
Tho new cement rain drain at Kevva
lo which Is nearlng completion hat
conipletelj drained the streets which
formerly were flooded, nnd Ward
street which was tltree feet In water
and mud is now completely dry. The
cesspools which gave so much troublo
by overflowing due to this flooding
have ceased being a menace to the pub
lic In general.
Reports of Inspectors.
J McQueen, for District No. 1 Or
dered, 1S2; finished, 163; old orders
1 llnlBhe.i, 16, Total Inspections, 930.
I A. G. Hitchcock, for District No, 2
Ordered, 1H7; finished, 89; old orders
' finished, 4. Total Inspections, 337.
I J. W. Francis, for District No. 3
Ordered, 314; finished, 311; old orders
finished, 16. Total Inspections, 1020.
I P. l'ltzgibbons, for District No. 1
'Ordered, 217, finished. 205; old orders
finished,, IS. Total Inspections, 1026.
I E. E. Allen, for District No. 5-
Oidercd, 211; finished, 206. Total In
J. VIvlchaves, for District No. 6
Ordered, 190; finished, 1S9: old orders
finished, 12. Total Inspections, 1009.
I N. P. Jncobson, for District No ?
1 Ordered, 378; finished, 347; old orders
j finished, 74. Total Inspections, 1314,
1 Nugent, for District No. 8 Or
dered, 199; finished, 91,. Total Inspec
I T. W. Carroll, for District No. 9
I Ordered, S20; finished, 411; old qrders
'finished, 24. Total inspections, 1131,
I J. J. Donnelly, for District No 10
Ordered, 174; finished, 145; old orders
finished, 4D. Total Inspections, 1208.
I P. Mcaratb, for District No 11 Or
dered, 140; finished, 135; old orders
finished, 1. Total Inspections, 1750.
I C. B. Kinney, for District No. 12
Ordered, 64; finished, 53, old orders
finished, 11. Total Inspections, 354.
The banana plantations along the
Wnlklkl road Inve all been Induced to
put their respective ptemlses In a much
better state of sanitation by raising
uw cuing nouses, uestrojing suacus ana
sheds and generally cleaning up,
I Tho Earl of Rossljn will act In tliU
country next season under tho name
of James Ersklne, He spent a fortune
of (1,500,000, and has since been
church singer, organist, traveling
salesman nnd female Impersonate!
Such o rush ot freight car building
was never before known Thousands
nro being built nnd ordei are ciovvif
Ing In. Almost every ralltoad compa
ny In tho United States and Canada
has given orders.
KELLETT A R0BIN8ON Attorneys-at-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 193.
M. BROOK8--Attorney: rooms 9-10.
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
umanu SL; Tel. i81 Mala
J. M. DAVID80N Attoroey-at-Lawj
10 Kaahumanu St.
MeDONALD A LANG8TON Contract
ors and Builders: II08 Union Bt.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp,
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Bprechels bldg.
., ...-.j,,, ? eltDOIV tt
PNWiriW Vtniv.l-B Ob wrr-. .
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
I nrt whim! Ttpretanta near Fort St.
THF KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & notei.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etanla nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered tor extracting
E. TAPPAN TANN ATT Civil and
electrical engineer; ofllce, room 4,
Spreckcla Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Mnln 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and 1
stamping; room 2. Elite bldg. '
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel SL, opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms: mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
flrst-t.ass table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER
VICE Union SL. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
COOK'8 MUSIC SCHOOL Love bldg,
will hold summer term during Julv
and August. 2200 If
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon,' 1024 Bereta
"OLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Knot's studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
nil occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis. Mgr.
WHAT WOMEN LIKE.
Marrlago Is often a failure becauso
men and women do not understand
each other. Here are some things
which pleaso a woman:
To bo called sensible.
To bo complimented on being well
To bo told that she Is fascinating.
To be told that sho Improves u man
by her companionship.
To depend on some man and nretemi
she Is ruling him.
To be treated sensibly and honestly
and not ns a butterflj-, with no head or
To be loved and admlrcu by n man
who Is strong enough to rulo and sub
due her and make his way her way.
To find hannlness In belnir ruleil hv
nn Intellect that she can look up to ad
miringly and one to whom her own
mind bows In reverence.
A man Is pleased
To have a woman love him. To have
a soft, gentle, magnetic hand alleviate
tho pain of an aching head.
To have a woman's hand smooth
away tho careworn expression and
wrinkles from his brow. To have a
woman's strength to help him tver the
weal: places In life.
THEIR WORDS STUCK.
Yllen Mark Twain waB In Egypt ho I
one dnj ui ranged with a friend o meet !
him at one of the pyramids. The lat- j
ter engaged two old but experienced
Alalia to guide htm to the place, flu
ntterwaid comnlalned Hint. n1tliiiili
he had some knowledge of their nntlvo
milium,;, lie i-uum nut umioreianu. anj
thing that his guides had said to him. ' '
"ou should have hired jounger
men, .Mr Clemens told him. "Theso
toothless old fellows talk only gum
E. K. KAAI Teacher ot string Instru
ments; studio. Love Diag ton at.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 264 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGER8 Eyo. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
J REAL E8VAI E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estati
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; money la
vested oa best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. FelL straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg, 616 Miller SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
SUGAR E8TATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Intcr-Island.Tel. 113.
BISMARCK 8TABLE3 CO, LTD.
Walluku Maul. Now vehicles, live
stock. Prices reasonable. Car
riages attend arrival and departure
of all regular steamers at Kahulal
and Maalaca Baj
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stablea. Ele
1 gant turnouts; Telephone No. 126.
I LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
I sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. R.
! Olsen, Manager.
DR. WILLIAM PETER8 Physician
1 and surgeon; Lahalnn, Maul.
WAILUKU HOTEL Walluku. Ges.
B. Scbracder, prop. Flno grounds
nnd best accommodations. 32.00 pr
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
SPECIAL RATES FOR
A FAMILY RESORT.'
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, America? and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly
Best ot Surf Bathing and
Canoeing all the year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Baths. Bouffet, Liv
ery, Electric Lights.
L. H. DEE, Proprietor.
Ring up Phone Rod 71.
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A. V. Gear. President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt
W. G. Ashley )Audltcrs
T, E. Wall ....uaiKrs
' JUDD BUILDING, MERCHANT 8T.
PROPERTY BOLGHT AND 80LD;
i-iru, rme, rvmnmt AND PLATE
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
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