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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, WEDNESDAY. FED. 21, 1906.
The LilUe Ads with the Big Results
See Pngo 8, N3V TO-DAY, for Now AUh.
BOUSE On Vineyard St.
HOUSB On Beach at Walkikl.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
WAREHOUSES On Queen Street,
mirrored and Unimproved Proper
u'ouies In all parts of the City.
BISHOP fc CO.,
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen. At
783 Berctnnla St. 3270-lw
Deef cattle for sale at Ka
hultu llanch, Kau. Ha
waii. 3212 U
tdcal country home at Manoa Valley.
surrounded by river; gooa naming,
Cr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain. Apply
to P. E. It. Btrauch, Heal Estate, 74
8. King St.. Watty Bldg. 3290 tf
Books, Bookish People and Things
Ut (t no Rood by bring ungenerous even to i book.
E. B. Browning.
An Alphabet of History." By WI1- Small, Maynard & Co. Boston.
bur Pick Nesblt. Pictures by Klls ft. CO.
worth Young. Set In old art type, Not so much a story as It Is a series
printed with illustrations over, or sketches or Cape Cod personages,
tint, upon hard-pressed manlla. 'Ncwson New tells the Btory of his life
In a rather newspapcrish way, with
Fin mm., Int in MAklkl. Curbing
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' wntk from cars and Punahou
College. Address 11. F., this office.
Klro wood from the KalinulM camp.
Apply ut the Moana Express, and
shooting gallery. 19 Hotel near Nun-
nnu St. Phone Blue oil.
Pure Plymouth Hoc); eggs, and young
chickens one mouth old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and McCully
lux"l-SIn. In Ithlnos boards, file
postage paid. Paul Elder & Co.,
Those publishers seem to be Argus
ofd when It comes to discovering any
thing that Is "taking". They round the
contents of this booh In the Chicago
Sunday Tribune and at once put them
between covers In a stylo that few
"Who frets about the mystery
Knshroudlng all of history
On reading will, may be, see
'v'c made It plain as A B C."
Nut only will the subject coming un.
slang, alliteration, puns and mild In
nitendo. Some good things arc said,
and for somo moods perhaps tho book
will repay perusal.
"Almost anywhere you will find that
the nonsense or Stylo Is temporarily
victorious over tho Soundness of
Sense. . . . Human nature Is human
I nature, and we'ro all conceited; yes,
every one ot us, the very good, the
(good and the bad alike, savo In pro
portion; and there's a similarity to us
all, be wo much or less, or mighty, lit
tle; and there Isn't one of us who
tier each letter Interest the children, doesn't llko to sec himself In print. If
but It will Bcrvc to teach In an Ira- what's In print speaks well of htm. He
ircsslvo way many useful points In rnay say he doesn't and he may even
history. think ho doesn't. But he lies. Oh,
or mo rcrsian poei: 'now no ileal"
never worried over.
After March 1st, 6-room cottage on
Vineyard street Apply S. S. Peck.
297 Vineyard St. 330S-tt
t ii .... i i
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St.. mauka Hotel
2 nlco large front rooms, unrurnlshed,
reasonable. Apply 2S0 Beretanla St.
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
ly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
I M Vlnvard 8t. 2728-tf
Choice pure-bred Plymouth Hock
eggs, 2 per setting; unfertile eggs
replaced, Address P. O. Box 110.
Cheap Thoroughbred Jersey Bull, 3
yenrs oiu. Aiiurvss .. i. i... nuiie
Jheap Homo near Park, Walkikl.
Address It. 8. K.. Bulletin.
Kingsbury piano In good condition Ad
dress II. Bulletin 3310-lw
A rurnlshcd cottnge or three or four
rooms near lar line Address
rooms 41 42 Young Bldg 3.11 2-lw
l'aBi book on Bishop & Co.'s Savings
Bank Department, held In name or;
Manuel da Sllvn Barbosa. Finder ',
plead.) return to Bishop & Cos
On napld Transit car between Wal
kikl Turn and Walkikl, an Aloha
Temple fez. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tt
A Masonic charm. Initials W. S. W.
Lodge No, 24G. Howard at this of
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and enretully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
He kept his troubles underneath his
Except Biich times as when he work
ed them up
Into an Apt and pleasing nubalyat."
. . . "Columbus packed his little
grip and got upon the train
And went to sec that noble roan,
King Ferdinand of Spain,
ltcsult: he round America Oh, do
not Idly nod.
For ir It hadn t been ror mis w
louldn't go abroad."
"The Child's David Coppcrfleld and
Oliver Twist." Hctold by Annie
Douglas Severance. Cloth. ICOpp.
American Book Co. Chicago and
Tho Bulletin Bookman well remem
bers the Impression which a simple
telling or Dickens' "Old Curiosity
Khop" and Scott's "Old Mortality
nado upon him when he was a lad of
Thcro seems now to tills day to be
. To character so lovely ns his remem
jlrancc of Little Nell, and no tale so
'fraught with fascination as the ono
i.-viiuui m in ..." .. - - ltiat sometimes comes to him all un-
third and Inst volume or tho ".Now follclted.
Dcerfont Series." by Edward S. Ellles, I in meso "hcicctlc Headings" wo
the nui8t popular or nil our living writ- have "David Coppcrfleld and Oliver
crs ror boys, and follows tho adven- Twist" told In n simple way, shorn or
tu run or the matchless Indian guide tncir discursiveness, with soma minor
and his two boy friends from the Pa-. characters left out, yet retaining tho
clflc Ocean to their home In Ohio, 'ine rencrni outline nncl character or the
party makes the hnznrdotis nicent or (torlcs.
the Columbia Hlver, and nrrlve among The work has been admirably done
the Nez Perces Indians. Here they by nuthor and publisher alike, and It
lenm that Uccrfoot'a wonderful horse. Is to bo hoped that nearly all or Dick-
Whirlwind, has been stolen by the As- ens' and many of Scott's novels will
slnlbulnes, and tho dauntless youth bo treated In the same way.
wtarts slnglehanded on root to overtake1 Tho original "Crulkshnnk" pictures
nnd recapture him. A thrilling encoun- pro reproduced In this llttlo book,
ter with llvo warriors Is the result, but. !
his mission successfully accomplished, ncsldcs stories, well filled depart-
lieunooi rejoins nis conirnues in win- ment ,, minu.rmllt illustrations, the
tor quarters among the Blncktcet .Tg-. woman's Home Companion" (Crow
rJi.V,."jrA..' 'L'''". Pub. Co., Springfield. Ohio,) con-
""."... ""' "-" """""'"". tains an Interesting article on "A Hoy
n lernuc enco imer ensues. ... .. u , , Match,'l giving tho "hitherto
stalling result. The young adventur-1 ...,,.,. ,, '.. ,)f how tho i.eir to
lltA tvlltn on1 nrtitf an - - -
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to dlstanco hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea SL; P. O. box 820.
Teleriono Main 39G.
Umbrellas r.palred and brass
Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sbno. 1111 Fort. SL
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Jo Hotel and Union.
DYEING AND CLEANINQ.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
domes; repairs nicycics ana iur
nlsbes employees. 620 King St.
Estimates furnished on alt kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
I Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. S37 Beretanla St.
Tor house-help, phone White 2391, Ma.
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Peniacola and Beretanla.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warorooms
ot L, K. Thayer & Co., 1&8 Hotel St.,
onDoelte Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano tauaht In 6 months by expert
enccd teacher; S3 month (8 lessons) ;
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office. 3290-tt
Weekly Bulletin SI P" y"r-
3ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery, near Union Grill.
rrs finally leave the tribe nnd, after an
Interesting meeting with the great ex
plorers, Lewis and Clnrk, safely reach
their home with endless stories to re
Wc have received from the publish
ers, M. M. Comely ct Cle, Paris,
France, a series of three Frnnch gram
mars, which form n very complete
course. They are by A. Ballly, an ex
perienced teacher In tho Normal
Schools of France. The first volume
(Cours elomcntalre) Is quite simple
though It contains most of the essen
tials of the language together with ex
ercises and selections from tho best
Tho nuthor snys In his preface: "To
furnish tho essentials, and the essen
tials only, to state them clearly and
simply, to supply ror the mind ot the
beginner adequate examples or rules
this has been my constant thought In
Iho preparation ot these books."
Tho second volume of tho course
(Cours Moyen) has 300 exercises with
rules and conjugations, an Index ot
difficult words nnd other; aids. Tho
third with BOO exercises Is a very com
pleti) grammar that will "take" the stu
dent as far as ho needs to go.
Tlu selections In proso nnd verse
aro very appropriate.
These booKg are printed on good pa
per In clear type, bound In boards,
with cloth back.
Vol. I 0 fr. 05: Vol. II 1 rr. 20; Vol.
Ill 1 fr. CO. Edouard Comely et Cle,
tho German throne camn to woo and
win Ills bride.
A paper by Hartley Davis on "He'
porters of Today" (Everybody's, Jan
uary.) will bo read with Interest by at
most everybody who reads. Thu able
reporter stands In close touch with the
men nnd events or his generation, and
how ho has becomo what ha Is Is al
ways entertaining information. ,
"The Determination of Timber Val
ues." By Edward Dranlff,' Department
or Agriculture, Washington, D. C. Con
tents: Introduction; Description or
Experiments; Description of Yellow
Dlrch Experiments; Results of Exper
iments; Sugar Maplo and Beach Com
pared With Yellow Birch; CouicarUou
The Inst lew numbers or tho "Farm
Poultry Semi-Monthly" (Boston; SOc
a year) havo contained a large num
ber of most practical papers on poul
try raising, inbreeding, prevention ot
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Un. Huo do Vauglbard 101, Paris,
Franco. Mistress "Jennie, do you think that
lit Is right to feed that policeman In
'Gumption." By Nathaniel C. Fowler the kitchen?" Cook "Yes, ma'am; It
Jr. 12mo. 332 pp. Illustrated. Is a part or his regular beat."
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101,
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUN8ELLOR-AT-LAW, 502 STAN
A Noble Array
Lovers of good things to eat will be delighted to see the noble
array ot dslntles which arrived by the 3. S. Alameda and which are
now gracing our Delicatessen counter. Included In the assortment
are the most popular novelties from thet mainland food markets, and
FANCY CHEESE, OLiVES,8AUSAGES, FI8H, OY8TER3, ETC.
This Is the finest assortment of Delicatessen that we have had for
a very long time and If you wojld see It at Its best you should mat-s
an early Inspection.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Ik km wJ$ U H
Mccstru2l disorders, lcucorrhoca, bear
ing down pains, sap the vitality out of
womanhood. Wine of Cardui makes
motherhood possible because it cures
these L-oublcs not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving out .these
Wine of Cardui fits a woman for every
duty of life.
Three Happy Mothers
JlltS. C. SEAMAXN, ot Orcely, Nob.: 1 was in bad health and suffered
great pa.n at tho monthly periods. After uilng Wine of Cardui I was greatly
mlleved and two months ago gave birth to a fine boy baby,
MIIS. TOM MVMtAY, of nocheporL Mo.t Two years ago I spent about
half the winter in bed. In February I commenced to take your Wine of
Cardui. I was letter at once and in a month was like a different person.
My baby was born on Kastcr morning and my Lealth hoi been good ever since.
Every expectant mother should use this excellent medicine.
II. O. SHELBY, of Monterey, La.: Year before last I paid $50.00 doctor
bills for my w ifo. After that my wife uned ono bottle of Wine of Cardui and
nine mortlis after ibe garo birth to a thirteen pound boy baby anil I haven't
paid any doctor bill unco.
Wlno of Cardui Is yours to tako today.
You can eocuro a $1.00 bottlo from your druggist.
AUTO STANDING FEB. 15
St. Louis College Alumni Ass'n. 12843
Diamond Head Athletic Club... 12710
Admiral Geo. C, Beckley 6572
Mrs. C. L. Dlekerson 6224
Judge A. N. Kepolkal 4363
D. K. Watson 4157
Aala Club 2992
Tomrry Kearns 2157
Miss Hannah 8heldon, Llhue .. 1610
D. P. O. E., No. 616 1396
Kalmukt, Walalae, Palola Club. 1205
Chester Irwin 1201
Leo Lorlllard Cummins 639
Bam Chong 624
H. D, Jo 235
J, Rodrlgues 158
8. K. Kamaloptll 91
August Martin 87
.. D, McVeigh 6Z
Honolulu Athletic Club 45
Court Camoes, A, O. F 35
Chang D. Yen 11
Co. D., N, a. H 8
Jerry Burnlnghsm 8
Dr. Aloy Soong 7
Chief Thurston . 6
Capt. Gregory 6
Frank Boyer 6
Gertrude McCann 5
J. P. Scully 4
Ralph Kahn 4
H. Silver 3
8. A .Deel (Ewa) 3
Capt Campbell (I.-I. 8. N. Co.) 3
J. H. Kahn ..., 2
J. A. L. De Frl 2
Max Cussefeld '2
Kohata Club 2
I. 8. Dillingham, Jr 2
Harry Macfarlane 1
Albert Vlerra 1
Walter Macfarlan 1
J. A. Combs (Makawetl) 1
C. Loul 1
L. Mon Tal 1
Fritz Fredenberg 1
Chinese Athletic Club 1
H. A. Franson 1
Louis 8. Alves 1
Joe Vargas 1
M. T. Marshall 1
Wm. Medelros 1
J. M. Perryi (Walmea) 1
F. W. Klebahn 1
J. D. Mclnerny 1
Prof. D. Malkal 1
W. T. Schmidt 1
Malle Athletic Club 1
Mrs. J. E. Shaw 1
W. Dulsenberg '. 1
Keokl Isenberg 1
H. 8. Ward 1
Miss Kalal Walau 1
Louis Freltas 1
Herm. Hugo 1
Capt. H. T. Lake 1
(Bpreial to The llxMetM
Wnlalua. Q''''. Feb. 20. A pretty
wedding was celebrated last Saturday
between Ml. J. P Medelros, tho popular
manager or thd Walnlua Wlno Co. and
Miss Helen Guerrclro of Wnlalua. The
event took place nt tho Ilomnn Catho
lic church which was beautifully dec
orated with palms and flowers. Mr.
"Tony" Mnrcalllno wns best man. "the
bridesmaids being Miss Sllvn and Miss
The bride looked rautantiy nenuu-
ful, and nattering comments were dis
tinctly audible cs she passed along the
aisle escorted ly her brother Manuel
Querrelro who subsequently gave her
uwny. The brldo wns dressed In pure
white and carried nn elegant whlto
rose bouquet, a present from the
The church wns crowded and rntlicr
Hcimann thu officiating priest made an
floqucnl speech In I'nugllsh on "Tho
duties ot innrrlago." Tho young ion-
tile who seemed extremely sclr-po-
sesscd during tie innrrlago ceremony,
signed the register and wcie quickly
driven to the houso ot A. J. Lopes. Tho
building and grounds wero artistically
decorated with ferns, (lowers and bunt
ing, the general scheme being the
unity of Hawaii and America as evinc
ed by crossed Hags of theso nationali
ties. The reception was attended by about
200 people, the numerous and costly
presents attracting much favorable
comment from tboso lucky enough iu
be present. At half past eight o'clock
tho guests sat down to an excellent
meal, champagne being the only notice
able departure from u Mist rato Hawai
ian lunu, Tho Wnlalua plantation
band furnished music during tho re
past. Among the many speakers were
Juilgo A. S, Mnhaulu, Mcssr'a. Pleuier,
C M II, Foster, A. J. I.opos, and J
The Halelwn quartet club later took
matters In hand and dancing was in
dulged in until three o'clock Sunday
morning. Tho nowly mnilo bride and
groom arc spending n brier honeymoon
at Kawallon. It Is Impossible to recall
the names of nil picsent Among them
were Mrs. Plemcr, Mrs. Agal, Mis,
Pirniluro, Judge A. S. Mnhuiilii, Judge
Hoie, Deputy Sheriff O. P. Cox. Messrs
A. Q. Mnrcalllno, It. J. Borgcs, M
Uorges. M. Guerrclro, L. Warren, M
Agglnr, Frank Medelros, A. A. Cnbrnl,
J. Montnro, J. Dlas, C. I). Akamurl, A
J. Lopes, J. S. Orme. W. It. Holt
Chan. Keahlmil. C. M. 11, Foster. D. II
Lewis, nnd II. II. Plemer.
How to get Yotes to win a place in
the BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin oflUc has been asked a hundred limes in the last
I week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
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having the list. The real, live, earnest finsc-winning xvay is for
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the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the new sub
scribers the best newspaper publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prises are a 91400 REO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
er, seating live people. The Second Prise is a $350 KROEGER
PIANO Third, a 55000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a ?40 STORE ORDER;
Sixth, a DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF BAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Ninth, a SOLE
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MAC II IKE.
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A NEW PROCESS.
D. Fobertson, a Lcadvlllo negro
miner, "has Invented a chemical pro
less lor tho reduction of ores, ror 90
tents a ton and at a saving of 20 per
rent In value, His process Is a con
centration scheme that is meritorious
For the reason that none or the values
are lost In securing tho concentrates.
Itobertson can not explain the chemi
cal ri actions which form such an im
portant part of tho process. All ho
knows is that ho puts In so much of
this, so much of that and so much of
something clso, cooks tho oro samples
In the solution and after tho liquid
Is drained ofT. he has his values In
easily reducible state In tho residue.
Common salt, ferrous oxldo, nitric
J acid, soilltim hydroxldo and sulphate
or Iron are dumped Into assayers ket
j tie with tho ore. Tho temperature Is
raised and lowered for, three hours,
then tho mixture Is bellied, a secret
'compound Is drained off and tho resi
due holds tho values.
0i0Ht0i0l0Hi0l0 ill Htiptt0ii4i0l
We da all kinds of carriage repairs well and reasonably, In our
M fully equipped .shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea Sts. Also
carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent fo under-
ttake the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the service leaves nothing to be desired.
i Schuman Carriage Co. I
- QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT 4 ALAKEA STS., NEXT TO HOL-
LINGER'8 SHOEING 8HOP.
Wc havejust received new supplies of
"Ushers ,0. V. G." Scotch Whiskey
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd
Open Day and Night
Prof, R. A. Woods
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNG BUILDING
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A INew Alan In Every Bottle. C
r-OR 8ALB BVERYWIIERn
McPARLANE&Co., Sole Agents.
i02 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldg. & 181 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG Hotel.
BUILDING and PAINTINO CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
Kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walkikl road. Tel. White 2401.
i, ,'..v "or