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HVB.NINH 1IULLCT1N, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JAN 27, 1906.
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I am now etubltIicU In tlio Young BuIIU
Inieand Have In connection with my
rooms n modern unci well equipped
I guarantee to reduce tlie corpulunt or build
up the thin. Aly ytem of cxcorclso
DpunlcH forltelf u trltil will convince the
most tcoptl Jul.
PROF. R, A. WOODS
ROOMS 17 18 19 20 YOUNG DUILDINO
Lithia Water and Ginger Ale
bottled at the famous FERNDALE Mineral 8prlngi, with Iti
own natural gai.
There It no better table water on the market None to
pure. None to palatable.
There It a tnap and z ett In every bottle that Inttantly wlnt
popularity for FERNDALE producti.
Pint Bottles 81.35 Per Dozen
Retail MAIN 22.
V In your automobile and you will
Thli carburetor will deereate
least 25 per cent, thereby saving
months. A guarantee goes with each one.
Can be used on autos or gasoline launches.
j Schiiman Carriage Co.
art prepared to supply ins p eopia or Honolulu with Freeheet a
'ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chlcl
ana, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, evarythln" a FIRM
CLA83 MARKET la called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS E. WESTBROOKE, Manatee.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT ST. OPP. LOVE BLDC
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and tave you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse,
WELL MAN! WHO?
Who repairs, cleans and cresses your clothest
Don't you know that ths place t
4. F. COLOURS IIL Manager.
& Co., Ltd,
Wholeiale MAIN 92.
think you have a new engine.
the consumption of aasollne at
the cost of carburetor In less than 3 m
J26 King; St. Phone Main 58
o get good work for the least cost Is
Office. KAPIOLANI DUILDINO.
Ella Flatftf Young, Chicago's
Chicago more thnn nny other great
American city has been Just to women
Migagcil In educational work. Three:
Indies, alike famous for philanthropy
sud common sense, are members of Its
school board. One of the three, June
Addams, Is obalnuati of the committed
on school management, a post only lest
honorable and responsible than that of
the president of the board liluielf.
This year Chicago' normal school
him n woman principal, Mrs, Klta
I'lagg Young, Hi. D. A strong, wise,
ELLA l'LAOO TOCNO.
noble woman Is Mr. Young, wrnpi)od
heart and soul In the teacher's work,
The pay attached to the prlnclpalhlp
Is $."i,(KX) a year. There are rewards for
women who reach the top In the peda
gogical profession. "To succeed tho
teacher mutt know something of the
Joy of living," mi) h Mrs, Young.
Mrs. Yotmg has written educational
monographs that lire good for her sis
ter teachers to read. She received her
education In the Chicago schoolt, from
primary to milversltyc Her teaching
life has nNo been passed there. Tho
falsity and foolishness of the spiteful
nld i liar go that women will not serve
under feminine superintendents uro re
futed In Chicago by the Ulla I. Young
club of women principals. Mrs. Young
was for some years district superln
tvndeut of schools, nfterward n pro
fessor In tho educational department
of the Chicago university, rounding oft
a distinguished career ns tho first wo
man principal of a normal school for
both sexes In uny great city of tho
A Woman County Treasurer.
In Idaho, where women have full
suffrage, Illughnui county has a lady,
Mrs. Adella 11. ScotL for Its treasurer.
In this oillclal capacity Mrs. Scott has
within tho past year disbursed $350,000
of county money, with never n mtstuko
or a shortage. Tho feminine county
treasurer's lutsbund Is a prominent
business man of Idaho Kails, and bo Is
proud to have a wife so capable.
Mrs. Scott was boru in Illinois, lived
for a time variously la Iowa, Colorado
and Kansas and Uually settled lu Ida
ho for good. For tlvo years sho was
clerk of tho school board of Idaho
Tails, then was elected Justice of tho
peace, served two terms and was noxt
appointed police Judge. Bho Is Iiepub
Mean In politics. Bho finds women do
not follow their special political purty
so closely as men do, but are moro apt
to ote for the best man, whichever
side he Is ou.
Lona Oars, Corn Farmer.
A young Indiana girl, Lona Dare,
only fourteen jcurs old, last summer
took euro of a live acre Held of corn,
herself doing all tho work upou It ex
cept Just breaking up tho grouud to
begin. She raised live acres of corn
last j car. and smb. good care doe bho
... . u uu. umi it i-ii-um m-r w HelolBc, with allusions to many moro
uu Ul,rv- of the great love-stories of tho world.
Youug Mls Daro was graduutnl Thero nro a number of delightful pic
early In the summer of this year from turcs.
tho public school of Walkertou, lud., j All tho Important new books aro re
nnd Immediately passed from tho Slewed and noticed and a special feat
schoolroom to her little farm and took ro of Interest Is A auldo to the Christ
un her work. In addition tn tho iivn mas Shopper, a full, classified list, with
acres of corn this season, the has raised.
half uu ucro of potatoes and two ncrea '
of i.lckles. What couutrv clrl of four.
teen or any other ago cau beat thnt?
Lona Dnro seems a born farmer.
Bho takes especial delight In keeping
tho soft earth free from weeds. Bho
has a natural fondness for farm ani
mals and consequently a natural pow
er to manage them.
Woman as Forest Quldis.
As a natural result of the number of
wealthy woineu who now go camplug
and hunting, tho woman woodsman nnd
guide has come luto existence. She is
needed In hunting parties where ladles
are. In tin Maine woods aro three
a omeu guides who ure exports lu hunt -
II mldn. wlin .,. rl. In I,,,,,..
Ing, Awing and canoeing and who
kuow tho forest trails as the red men
of old did. These women are 11 rs. J,
8, Frteso of tho Penobscot river re
gion, Miss Cornelia T. Crosby of the
town of Phillips and Miss Ethel Har
low of Dead Hlvcr. Miss Crosby la
also a writer on woodland sports. Her
uom do pluino Is Fly Rod.
MAIICLA, WILLIS CAMPBELL.
PROBLEM HO, 106,
By H. W. 8CHMIDT, Honolulu.
First Prlie for "Two Mevere," St. Louis Exposition Tourney.
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WHITE MATES IN TWO MOVE8.
A most unfortunate error occunvd last Saturday In the publication ol
tho problem for which II. V. Schmidt of Honolulu received first prlzo In
the St. Louis Exposition tourney. Tho correct problem Is given this week.
The medal Mr. Schmidt has as a recognition of his capabilities Is cry high
ly prized by him.
People and Things
T-t-Tt T t -
"The Sunrct Trail." Dy Alfred Henry
Lewis. 12mo. Cloth. Illustrated.
PP. 393. A. S. Uarncs & Co.: New
Messrs. Dames & Co. are publishing
au unusually largo number of readablo
novels this year, and this new ono Is
no exception. It Is a story of that
West which has been so full of Inci
dent, stirring episode and tragedy,
and Mr. Lewis, who has been there,
puts a large party of the reality Into
"It Is with that latter day. the cattlo
day, that I have dealt," ho says In his
preface. "In doing this I have seized
on a real man, and, in its tragedy at
least, told what really happened. Speak-1
tag for Its broader lines, this book is
This Is an admission which some an-'
thors would not care to make, lest It
detract from their literary credit, but
It will add to the leader's Interest, no'
There Is good, stirring action from,
the start, with adventures among tho1
Indians, and an Interesting "coureo of
true loc." The characters are well
drawn, and many of their sayings aro
full of sense and humor, while the de
scriptions nro nowhere long enough to
block tho tale. It Is a worthy succc
daneum to "Wolfvlllo Days."
Book News for December (JoBn
Wanamaker, publisher, Philadelphia),
Is a Christmas number and as such Is
tho largest number of tho year. It Is
profusely illustrated with a variety of
interesting pictures and comes to hand
In a striking new Christmas cover,
with a looso portrait of Mrs. Edith
Wharton, author of "Tho House of
Mirth," a frontispiece, tho reproduction
of a very recent photograph, taken
especially for Book Nows.
Tho opening article continues, tho
popular and enjoyablo series, "Lesser
Literary Centres of America." Tho
subject is "Literary Walllngford" and
the article Is written by John Russell
Hayes. Pictures of Dr. Horace How
ard Kurness and Dr. Isaac Hull Piatt,
of Dr. Kurness's library and Dr. Piatt's
fine old house, add much to tho attract
"Art Exhibitions of tho Middle
West" surveys tho recent art shows at
tbo Art Institute, Chicago, and the Car
ncglo Institute, Pittsburg. It Is writ
ten by Mr. John E. D. Trask, Manag
ing Director of tho Pennsylvania Acad
cmy of the Fine Arts and is illustrated
with reproductions of some of tho most
Important pictures that appeared in
"lyovers of Long Ago" by Mary
Lloyd, retells In a simple, charming
,.(,gua of Sanpll0 and of
way, tho lovo stories of catunus and
Illustrations, of the moro recent gift
uool8. Iirepareil for the aid of tho read.
" n choosing Cur stmas hooks
A charming little sketch of semi
tropic llfo Is that by Oustav Kobbo, en.
titled "Tho Esperanza" (Tho Dellnea'
tor, January), riorldlans and those.
who go thero know how to niako tho
most of tho cllmato and Us tropical
h r i
In "Pearson's" (published by Arthur
W. Little, Now York), for January,
thero Is an interesting contribution on
"Jerome, Tho 'Doss' Drcaker," giving
the story of tho "campaign wherein
New York county s famous district at
torney defeated, despite frauds and
machinations, the Democratic, the Ho
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Quito In a lino with this Is tho ar
ticle by Ilannlster Merwln on "Tho
neal Hearst" In "Public Opinion of
December 30th. It Is all up-to-date
Tlin latest aliened preventive, of sea-
sickness is to Inhale deeply when the
bhlp rises nnd exhale when It sinks.
The vogue of tapestry Jii't nf present
is very great, hut It can only be used
in rooms of n certain slzo and where
there Is plenty of light.
Just at present there Is a fad for hav
ing white woodwork In small dining
rooms, nnd the illustration presents
Tho entire woodwork Is white, the
panels being In a delicate sliado of
BMALI, DnONOJ BOOM.
colonial old rose. Tho furniture N
mado of very light mahogany. Tho
carpet Is a deeper shade ot rose. No
tice particularly tho Chippendale side
board. It Is very beautiful nnd ad
mlrably suited to such a room. The
shape of the dining room tablo Is also
worthy of notice.
IL DE LA HAUilB.
John Hasketh, who was commis
sioned by the Australian Government
to make a tour of investigation
through the United States and Europe,
has reported that by far the foremost
telegraphic administration In tho world
Is that ot the General Post Office, Great
Tho youngest notary public In In
diana Is Miss Jessie Johnson, of Ko
komo. She Is 14 years old. Sho re
ceived her commission last week, duly
signed ny uovcrnor lianly and Secru
tary of State Storms.
Dally Times, Eurtku, Cul.
Tho dlaeaao which riinka Mernml tn mn.
sumption In falalUICH ami which has been
ttwmed equally fatal la llrlulifa Dlapiiao.
That It la now ponltlvely curable la known
to cnmnnratlvtlv tow m-nnln. lTnfnrtn.
natrly, the. new ipeclflo for UrUhfa Mia
ruw comes under the hend of proprietary
in. iiurnuuna nnu int-uicui emir orDia a
reccivnltlnn of lta mi-rlla. Thn fliriilil
takia thu view that hmlng- positive knowl
edge of cures t-fTrcted Its duty to Its read
era and In humanity la to atute the facta.
The publlatier knowa of two cases tn
which It has efftcti-d permanent cures and
of two othcra who had practically aban
don d huiH., but who are now regaining
their lunth. Thla paper la not pecuniarily
Interested and this statement la made
olely with a view of aiding such people
as may be ntlllcted with llrlglifa Discaao
and have dtannlred of recovery. (Should
any such rt-evho benetlt wo -
ceno benent wo will
ply repaid for diverging from the bentcn
Journalistic path Llvermoro (Cat.) Her
ald. July I, 1D05.
Tho above brlnga to mind the case of
J. II. Oyielaar or thla city and Irrealatably
leads to the belief thnt at last the euro
Ima been round. Mr, Uyaeloar was In tho
laat atnirea of ilrnnav. I In find Iw-pn InM
hla daya wero numbered today ho la halo
ami hearty. An nbsoluto euro was effect-
in. ami n marvelous one, too. i;urena
lloth of the nbovo nrtlclea refer to Ful
ton's .Compound for Urluht'a Dlaeaao and
neither, u-na rmhl fnr. Whnt l.i vm, tt.lnlr
of themr ft ml fnr booklet on iim cum.
wiliyoj nrteht;. Dla.ajo to Jno J. rulton
or to Honolulu Drug Co., local agents.
YOU'LL BE BURNT UP
PREVENT IT IN TIME,
By Equipping Your Houses, 8tores.
Factories, Hotels, Steamships, Yachts,
suburban property, &c, with
Stempel Fire Extinguishers
When you need them you need them
bad and there Is no other machine
manufactured which you can rely upon
to work properly at that critical mo
ment. Our QUICK ACTION gives us con
trol of a fire before other makes of
machines are fairly In operation. This
la the great point In the righting
of fire with chemicals.
Approved by the Department of
Commerce and Labor, Steamboat In
spection 8ervlce U. 8. Government,
Washington Light Co.
RAPID BATH HEATERS
rurniih plen'y of hot voter In
itintly any lime dry or tight fir
toilet and both
Ca I be i-.itilleJ In anya bath
loom or snvwhera else without
tearing evei) th'ng vp Octrated
by anyonr, ,r.-ry economical.
ftr Sale !y
E. R. BATH, AGENT.
PLUMBER, 165 KING ST.
PHONE MAIN 61.
MANUFACTURERS OF HAWAIIAN
113 HOTEL 3TREET nr. FORT 8T.
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely fire-proof, finest cul
slno, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
JOAH W. GRAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
BREAD, CAKES AND PIES,
GO TO THE
WEDDING CAKES A 8PECIALTY.
W. G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIM
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
LARGE STOCK OF
TELEPHONE WHITE 716.
MADE TO ORDER FOR MINIMUM
J. P. Rodrigue8,
Cor. ALAKEA and MERCHANT 8TS.
o FOR o
OF THE VERY BE8T QUALITY,
BUY OF THE
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
FACTORY 1425 EMMA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 1871.
Best MeaMn Town
ON HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
General Employment Office, cor.
Emma and Beretanla 8ts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPE8 for irrlactlon
purooses a soeclatty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
sxecHtaa' M shortest notice.
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J, Fern, Manager.
Richards near Queen 8ta. All tele
phone messages promptly attended to.
W call for and deliver. Dyeing extra.
O. R. & L. Ctc
October S, 1904.
For Watanae Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a.m., 3:20 p.m.
For Pearl City, Bwa Mill and Way
Stations f7:30 a. m., 9:15 a. m,
'11:05 a, tn., 2:lS p. m., 3:20 p. m,
'GilS p. m., (9:30 p. m 111:15 p. tn.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku, Wal
alua and Walsnae 8:56 aTm., 65:M
Arrive Honolulu from Ewe Mill and
Pearl City fTMe a, m., SS s, m,
10:28 a. m., l:40 p. m., 'itSl p. m,
:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m
t Sunday Excepted.
2 Sunday Only,
The Halolwa Limited .a two-hour
train, leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning arrives In Ho
soluln at 10:10 p. ra. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Watanae.
0. P. DENI80N,
Claua Opreekels, Wm. Q. Irwin.
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : : : t. H.
San Francisco Agents The Ne
rada National Dank of San Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
tional Dank of Ban Francisco.
London Tho Union of London and
Smith's Dank, Ltd.
New York American Exchnge Na
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Dank
of New Zealand and Dank of Austra
lasia, Victoria and Vancouver Dank ol
British North America. '
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved security. Commercial and
Travolcrs' Credits Issued. Dills ot ,x
chango bought and sold.
Collection sPromptly Accounted For.
AND TRUST GO.
OF HAWAII, LTD.
6UB8CRIBED CAPITAL... $200,000.00
PAID UP CAPITAL $100,000.00
President Cecil Brown
Vice President M. P. Robinson
Cashier L. T. Peck
Offlco: Corner Fort and King Sts.
8AVINQ3 DEP08-T8 received and
Interest allowed for yearly deposits at
the rato ot 4 1-2 per cent per annum.
Rules and regulations furnished up
The Yokohama Specie Bank, m.
Capital Subscribed Ten 24.000.000
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000,000
Rosenrcd Fund Yen 9,940,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIE8 Bombay,
Hongkong;, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Newchwang, New.
York, Peking, San Francisco, Shang
hai, Tientsin, Toklo, Osaka.
The bank buys and receives for col
lection Dills of Exchange, limes
Drafts and Letters ot Credit and trans
acts a general banking business,
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINQ 8T.
Y. Wo Sing & Co.
FRUIT8 AND GROCERIES,
Fresh provisions and frolt by every,
California steamer. Fresh Island but
ter from Hawaii.
1123 Fort St. and 1188 Nuuanu 8L
P. O. Box 961. Tel. White 81
HOTEL 8TREET, HONOLULU.
Suits made to order In the latest
styles. Perfect nt guaranteed. Cloth.
Inc cleaned, dyed and repaired.
Dealer In Bamboo Furniture and Pic
ture Framea. Also Cabinet Maker.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office: Mclntyre Bldg., Honolulu, T.H.
P. O. BOX 265. PHONE MAIN 141.
-Is kept on file at E,
C. DAKE'S ADVER.
124 8ansomt 8L, 8an Francisco, Cat.,
here contracts for advertising can
bo made for It
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
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