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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., Fit I DAY. JAN. 20. 1000..
The Little Ads with the Big Results
Boo Puko 8, NEW TO-DAY, for Now Ada.
SHORT STORY FOR I
EVENING HOURS ,
HOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street.
Tmprored and Unimproved Proper
Hcraiei In nil parts o the City.
I BISHOP & CO.,
) 1-2 story relilcnct, 1213 Mntlodt nve.
4 bdr., cloc. wire, one Work from 2
car lino; Rood duality: 20 i. in,
P. E. It. StraiKli, Valt IIMb . "I 3.
Klnc St. aSCO-tf
Furnished room. Rood loiality, suitable
for housekeeping or i gviilloinen. At
783 Bcrctania St. 3270-lw
Cottagei In Chrlatly Lano. Apply
Wong KwiJ. Smith St, tnauka Hotel
Beef cattle for sale at Ka-
m bulcu Itancb. Knti. Ha
waii. 3212 tf
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahoa
College. Address It F., this offlco.
Settings of thoroughbred Black Minor
ca Kggx; $3.00 per setting, Apply
to Henry C Vlda, Telephone M. 3S.
Hcccnd-hand Smith Premier typewrit
er, in good condition. Inquire Sing
er Sewing Machines Store, Alakea St
In quantities, sprouted cocoanuts from
odo to two years old. Apply It. 0.,
Box 40. Llhue. Kauai. 326G-lm
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl,
Address It. S. K.. Bulletin.
f.ocMi Jcr v ow . will pa coml price;
anh. Ail(Ir K I Dull, tin.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lane.
wly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 81 Vineyard St 2728-tf
Cnrnlshcd rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConncll. 25B3
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward 3271 tf
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. '
EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURGEON. HOTEL
STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
A. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M.; 7 TO 8 IN EVEN
ING; SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
A. R. ROVVAT, D. V. S..
777 KINO ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 8TAN
A jellow spitz dog Owner can havo
sanio by paying for ad. Apply this
office. 3289 lw
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Hawaiian Ballasting Company. ,, . eh.,ij, .,,.,. .,,.,
Best black sand from 12 to $3 a load M J"' Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
according to distance hauled. Coral, "s moved to tho piano warcrooms
rocks for stable, roads and sldo- or L. n. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St.,
walks; firewood. Third door below opposlto Young Hotel. All orders
King, Maiinakea 8t , P. O. box 820. ' for tunng promptly attended to.
Telcfbono Main 39G. ' !L
DIED AT SEA
Since his accident a tumble down
the forepeak whllo hoisting coal for
the cook he had been lying In his
bunk In the forecastle, and tho
watches turned In or out In a hush of I
reverence for the mystery of his stilt'
face. A little hurricane, lamp burned'
over his head, and Its weak light dug I
pits of shadow In the hollowness of I
his eyes and set his features In a pose)
V still sharpness that was awful in Its
IlKencss to death.
Tbcro was nothing to do for him but
guard the sllcnca In which his hours
leaked away. The Injury was beyond
the captain's crude surgery, nnd n sail
ing c8Sel carries no doctor. We
guessed at something wrong with tho)
tplne, and even in guessing spoko cau
tiously, for with this example at our
elbows the matter was awesome. Each
night, as eight bells brought out the
Marboard watch to relieve us, It was
with a tender fenr, an ntixlous care for
quietness, that we slunk below to the
lorecastle, where the muteness of the
face In tho for'ard bunk and Its elo
quent Inertness laid n chill spell on
tho place. Even as our ejes opened
fur the new watch It was the first
tiling they rested on, bright under tho
lamp, whllo over the motionless body
the grey blnnket lay in tho acvero
lolds of a grac-cloth. There was an
Rtmosphcrc of a tomb In tho forecastle,
and the lne liable notres without, ns
the ship drew her long flnnlc through
Ilic rustling water, ns the blocks rat
tled In t lie MamlltiK genr overhead, as
dic cnnas boomed to the wind, wore,
turned to n rliUhm of colour and so
Een about decks, as we worked her
through the slant to the trado zcjne,
the bush held us. When wo braced up
the ards the colls were not Hung from
Ihc pin, but lowered noiselessly, and
no chanty shrilled to tune the hauling.
Death was aboard of us, n stowaway
of mid-ocean, and he set thu tlmo wo
followed. And, though not ono of his
shipmates would own It, there was re
lief to ail of us, a sense ns of a restric
tion removed, when thu btarboard
watch streamed on deck two hours be
fore their time, and we learned that
he wns dead.
"Ho opened his eyes." snld old King,
the grnmllather of tho crow, "and
looked up at tho lamp like as If ho was
puzzled. 1h It eight bellT ho asks
'Nigh on, maty,' I told 'lm. 'Time,
loo" he whispers, an' then It was
as If u shrunk In imsclf and some
thing went from 'lm. So I knowed 'o
"Below and pass him up!" ordered
I lie mate, and very quietly wo brought
Ulm on deck, a shipmato no longer, nnd
laid him on the after hatch, with the
big ensign over his body, nnd wont
forthwith to washing down thu decks,
When next wu turned out the sail-
maker was sitting ou tho hatch behind
tho bundle that had onco turned to
with us, and ho was stitching at tho
convas ho had gathered over hln knees
'Sail" was a Finn, a bland big man
with a heavy lowering face and lips
that were rude red through bis yellow
beard. As he stitched ho droned to
himself, and turned ever and again to
fumlilo with his foot-rule under the en
lgn. From my post at tho wheel I
watched him for a long two hours,
striking tho bell when It was due,
slowly, in tho fashion of the set when
Death calls for tils observances. Tho
battered chest that had been his was
brought aft, and tho captain nnd tho
steward went through It on tho poop,
making a list of Its contents, nnd talk-
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; ropalrs blccles and fur
nishes employees. C20 King St
T. Hayashl-Clothes cleaned, repaired Co a,n $" W"2 JJ !U' 8"
and dved. 637 Ilcretanla St. . lnlth o'"1 Reral repairing. Nun-
anu betw. Merchant and King tits.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. I 3278-lm
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Berctania.
Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1281 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
itc, manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed
Unos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Jp Hotel and Union.
Finn Job Printing at Thw Bulletin
ror nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shoo. 1111 Fort Bt
TAKE YOUR CLOTHE8 TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed,
Ing In hushed tones ns they fingered
the dead man's dunnage.
Ills clothes were there his stained
working kit nnd the blue shoe going
rig Hint sat him so well. But under
them were the trifles that have
tongues n photograph of nn old
woman, stained with sen water, nnd
another of n girl, with a Port Said pho
togrcpher's namo on It. Then thero
was a little painted silk fan ho had
bought In Colombo, and one of those
ship models lu a bottle lie nan ueen so
fond of making. A pair of handcuffs
recnllcd tho loot of a Btrect fight in
Hongkong, and n shawl with gilt frin
ges was wrapped away In tissue paper
Last, there was a packet of letters,
which the captain did not open.
Spread out on the deck, they made
so little a show, these trifles that had
been tho headquarters and shect-an-thor
of a man's life. It was Ilk the
toys thai lie about when children havo
gone to bed, tools of the Imagination
pathetic and ridiculous.
At eight bells that afternoon wo lay
aft, while on the poop one of the ap
prentices half-masted the ensign. A
grating lay below tho Ice poop ladder,
and the port was open, and on tho
grating something was rigid and so
dreadfully man-like tinder tho limp
(olds of the flag.
"Back the main-yard!" said the rap
tain, and wo trooped to the wcatht
braces nnd laid her dean.
The old man came down to the main
deck, and wc gathered round, pulling
off caps and fidgeting In a close
bunch. The bo'sun and old King
stooped nnd took hold of the Inboard
edge of the grating, whllo the skipper
pulled a little black book from hit
pocket nnd fumbled in Its pages. Of
all Hint was there, what I remember,
best was how the leach of the cross
Jaik quivered against the sky, and
how the tight buntllnc marked tin
belly of the sail. I saw- the mnn nt the
wheel drop his rap on tho deck nnd
shift two spoken, dividing bis c)os be
tween the dog-vane and the group on
tho main deck. And then tho captain,
holding up the little book to the light
that came under tho foot of tho cross
Jaik, began to read.
The stately words, delivered with a
solemnity that was half reverence and
half the fruit of tho occasion's accesso
ries, droned their length, barbed for
many of us with memories that were
blurred by years. We stood breathless,
as still as that lost shipmate under
the Dag, on the brink of bis long voy
nge. "I am the resurrection and tho
life," read the captain, nnd I saw tho
great hand of tho bo'sun, gripped ou
the teak battens of tho gratlug, quiver
as though under a strain. There was
a tenseness upon all of us; of a sudden
tho situation seemed overwhelming
and monstrous and still the captain
lead on, slowly nnd clearly, to the
words that should set our shipmate
Ho paused and turned a page, and
mumbled a moment "and his body to
the deep sea," ho read at last.
Tho two men at tho grating roso
sharply, nnd the flag emptied Itself ns
the dead man slipped through tho port
Tho ensign dipped him a farewell.
"Weather main braces!" called tho
captain, nnd we ran for them. Perce
val Qlbbon In Pnll Mall Gazette.
And It is n Ocm A perfectly nccur
ate Adding Machine. Call In and bco
It. Price, W.50. Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., solo agents.
KAUAI IIII.O In Honolulu, nt Mater
ntty Home, January 23, 1900. to Mr.
and Mrs. A. U Kaualhllo, a daughter.
Bills "Rockefeller must have a
great head for business." Wills "Not
for the barber business."
I IIFALTII AND BEAMY
Moro Important, rerhnns. than tho
washing Is the drying of the hair. This
should bo done with worm, soft tow-;
els. Never uso Turkish towels, as they !
urn vnrtf ntil In Inncln In ttm hnl. ..l '
cntcb It In their meshes, thus pulling
It out. They nro more apt nlso to leavo
lint on tho hair than are towels with
a Bmooth surfnee. When posslblo dry
your hair In the sun as this gives n
gloss nnd sheen that can be obtained
In no other way,
A shiny, greasy skin Is caused by
nn excess of oily deposits thrown off
by tho pores. Tho girl who Is troubled
with an unclean-looking complexion
ehould eat plenty of fruit early In tho
morning, drink mineral waters and cat
green salads, especially lettuce and
wntercress. Turkish baths arc good
and stimulating nstrlngcnt washes aro
needed to restore tono and vitality to
tho relaxed glands and to retract their
After tho hands have been In water
they should always bo thoroughly
dried with a soft towel, then common
oatmeal well rubbed Into them. A
bowlful of tho latter should be kept In
n convenient placo for this purpose
Regularly applied, It will usually keep
tho hands delightfully soft and white.
Warm gloves or mittens should always
bo worn when the hands must be ex
posed to tho weather nnd tho hands
should never bo allowed to become
if tho complexion Is poor ono must
ilu moro than dab on n few cold
creams and nstrlngcnt lotions In order
to remedy It. Ono must begin on tho
Inside nnd work out. Thero aro feat
ures of "health culture" that apply di
rectly to tho complexion. Ono that
gives quirk results Is tho stomach
wash, which should be used two or
Ihree times n week; of toner will do
no harm. To prncttco tho stomach
wash learn the abdominal breathing.
Lie flat on tho floor. Tako a deep
breath through tho nose, raising the
walls of the abdomen whllo so doing
Whllo still holding the breath lower
tho abdomen and raise tho chest Try
to hold tho breath while raising tho
chest nnd abdomen nlternntely, four or
five times. At fltst this is difficult nnd
tiresome, but It soon becomes easy nnd
Is especially strengthening to the mus
cles of tho abdomen. When this Is
mastered, drink two or three glasses
of warm water, He down on a flat, un
yielding surface (tho floor Is best) nnd
by the nbdomlnnl brcnthlng glvo tho
ntomncli n tnorougn warning.
Youth depends to n great extent up
on our ability to keen the blood nnd
circulation In n healthy condition. Tho
best method or doing tills may be brief,
ly mimmarlzcd as follows: Tako plen
ty of exercise In tho open air, prefer
nbly In tho country, away from tho
city. The best cxerclso Is a long walk
In tbo country, nnd tho benefit of such
a walk Is Increased If only n very
small quantity of fluid nnd food be
taken during the walk. A good lunch
for such a walk Is a sandwich and nn
orange. This walk In tho open air not
'only enriches tho blood with oxygen,
but it strengthens the skin nnd nervous
system and through this tho dlgcstivo
system, (treat moderation In the
amount of food, nnd especially of flesh
food, should be practiced, particularly
by old people There Is no longer any
doubt that moderato meat eating after
Mho "meridian of life" Is reached Is
conduclvo to longevity. Drink water
nnd plenty of It after the ago of 40
years Is reached. Most water Is too
"haid" for drinking purposes without
being boiled. A glass of hot water
gently tipped Is n splendid stimulant
nnd blood purifier.
The Electric Light Cure ;
Electric "sun parlors'' have been for some time a successful
method of curing "nerves," and now all sorts of nervous exhaustions
ana spring aemnty are being treated at noma uy putting patients in &
brilliant electric lighted rooms for a certain number of hours a day. JJ
Have electricity Installed In your home and bask In Its health-glv
Ing glow all the time.
Hawaiian Electric Co, Ltd
Office King St., near Alakea 'Phone MaH 390 f
We have just received new supplies of.
"Ushers 0. V. G." scotch wuty
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
FORT It STREET.
sp -mmmmmn mm mm mmmmg
1 Grocery Sale
J: All groceries arc now selling below cost, and J
this sale will close by 5
j January 23rd. j
E: Now is the time for you to buy something cheap. 3
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Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Grew Miss Wilson's Hair
AND WE CAN
Danderine Is So Exhilarating,
and itrenstlienlDH to belli llio lialr anil scalp that even
a 5sc. bottle ol It Is olten rnoniili lo ibow wonderful lm
Vrovemonts. It st onco Impart! ft sparkling- brilliancy
and vehoty noftuoi tu tlio lmlr,uiid a tow weeks' use
will c.vi-c nrw Imlr to sprout out ull over the scalp, and
trow abundantly, loot and beautiful. Use It every day
for anlillx, utter t)lch two orlbreo times a week will
he t dousIi to complete whatever growth you desire.
Latest Photograph of
Miss Oarrla Wilson, 3720 04th Placo, Chicago.
NOW nt nil clnicchts, in three sizes, 25 cents,
GO cents nml $1,00 per bottle.
CPjCp To show how quickly Dandorlno ncti, we
rillaki will semi n large sample free by return mall to
any one who semis tills advertisement to the Knowlton
Dandorlno Co,, Chicago, with their name and mldrcss
and ten cents in silver or stamps lo pay postage.
FOR SALE AND GUARANTEED BY HDLLISTER DRUG COMPANY, SOU AGENTS,
There are Imitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
Wc Havo ull Other Flavors Also
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a work of International Importance. Justin McCarthy, M. P., Editor In Chief.
Maurice F. Egan, L.L.D., Lady Gregory, James Jeffrey Roche, L.L.D., Asso.
elate Editors; Charles Welsh, Managing Editor.
Among the array of Authors we find Antiquarians, Celtic writers, folk
lorlsts, historians, humorists, wits, orators, poets, scientists, traveler and
10 Volumes beautifully bound In 3-4 Persian (sea green) Morocco, type
and paper are of excellent quality; Illustrations numerous and beautiful.
Regular price, 45; OUR PRICE, S33.75, terms, $3 on delivery of en
tire set, and $3 per month.
Call and examine books or write for Sample Pages.
Wm. C Lyon Co., Ltd.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 8TREET8 UPSTAIR8.
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water .
A New Man In Every Bottle. I '
FOR 8ALH bVERYWIinnn
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The Mothers Attention
! n.r.iiapu tn nrfldue a wetl.rearerf child. An architect's attention
Is Imperatively demanded, If the new house Is to be beautiful, modern
and artistic when completed. Defore building secure the services of
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J. LANDO .
02 FORT BT I. O. O. F. Dldg. & 151 HOTEL ST.. opposite YOUNG Hotel.
Y. SUGA SHOTEN
Wliolesalo & Retail Liquor Dutilcr,
0 g Stock of Japanese and America Liquors, 'inzal Saloon In connection.
IWILEI AND KINQ STREETS.
'OSTOFFICE BOX 86U TELEPHONE MAIN 82.
DUILDINQ and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all '
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nished. Cooks, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401.
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