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EVENING BULLETIN, TfoyOLUUV-T: lfrTHURBDAY, JAN. V100S.
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Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata,
Kurt. HI. no ii tir.il.. I
Port St. ne.ir'Kukul
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All.onlora should bo loft atrthe Ha
wnllan Mows Co., Young bhlg. Phone
291 or cor. Alnkcn nnd Hotel Sts.
Yee.Sino Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauabl.
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A policy in. the North British and
frrnnti1n mm 11 rtrtfnt ttt nA
Mercantile will protect you and guar
antce you 100 cents on theD611ar.
We will write $500 ;as cheerfully
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024 BETHEL ST.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
VPr .WlfflfeED- '
Fresh, whclcsome, and of every
Beretania, Al&kea. -and Union.
For Over 60 Years
lm tw-ffi, ani1 ,m ,.. u.vi.
vT Ko-i.-f,-;.va..s?j ."
iini ! flo ol Muiners
luiuin vrnuo i nu a i i.
inu. witn perfect Eucceu. IT
fcOOTIIua thCJIim boVTBNB
tho UUMR. ALLAYS All tiln.
fm CURBS wi:
WIND COLIC, mid Ii tha
no other kind, as
For Expert Repairs on Dlcycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, lie, call on
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUI.
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Co,
Evening Bulletin 75J per month.
!For house-help, 'phone Whits 2891, Ma
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klkl. "Genotul Kmploymcnt Ofllce.
cor. I'unnncoln nna Rcrctanla.
For first-class paper-hanger and house
painior. win. E. Fnlkull, "Phono
Wulto SCO. tt
3ee Hastings for repairs of Locks,
ivys, music uoxes. Sharpening of
rino Cutlery. Roar Union Grill.
J0 M Davis. '
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 1256 Fort St.
Repairs made at your home ftnd
mi--'MA4tnU . - i.i .
mediate use of' machine guaranteed,
Sewing Machines To Bent.
Our Suits mode to your measure for
are guaranteed tov give satisfaction,
so that you get your money's worth
Geo, A, Martin,
JOpeniUntil 3:30 P. M. "'
IN kapio'la'ni PARK A&DITION
U trfdi Othen.t4lrabl' (Localities.
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. HOMES JrJOR SALE
GM WILDER and GULICK;AVE8.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
miss any Holiday Trade by ne
glecting to have A HOLIDAY
SIGN done by TOM SHARP,
Phone 426; 177 King St.
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KAIR ORNAMENTS Ann finHRA(TF.
FLOWERS FOR EVENING DRESSES
L0RS, BOSTON-BUILDING, Fort St.
is assured wlien you break
fast, lunch or dine at
COR. KING and ALAKEA.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city b
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone P28
Charles D. Walker,
We build yachts, launches, canoes
and cra't'of every 'description as they
iihould be built.
BOAT AND MACHINE WOKS.
King near Alapal.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
R. MIYATA & CO,,"
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN
' TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Hams & Bacon
C. Q. Yec. Hop
The DURABILITY, not the
PRICE of the paint, is what
determines its economy.
lasts longer, covers more sur
face, is applied- more easily
than any other paint, for all
exposed wood and metal sur
faces. t -t : i-
Lewers & Cooke.
1776. KING ST.
COOKING " " '
can be done very easily with iyour
Japanese servant by purchasing- an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
For A Long Sweet Smoke.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO.,- LTD.
Hats and Fans
The New Year
Durable - Cheap
113 HOTEL ST., H0N0LTJLU,
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Beretania Corner Smith.
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HEALTH AND BEAUTY
LIiiscm1,oII nnd llmo water, cnit.it
Ii.irtH, whllo paint spread on the mir
faco burned will iukM rcllco
burns. Coal oil Is an excellent rctii
rdy also. ' (
Kor croup apply. njHQth -wrung out
of cold water to the neck nnd 'lipst,
rocr with dry cloth 'to exclude tho
nlr anil put a buttle of hot wntii to
tho feet. '
Lemon Juice has a place" on tho
toilet table o'tho careful girl, (t
icinovca 8tainskf'rStn tho hands nnd
whitens the skin, ' Marks tin the neck
niaifo by wcajrjng a high collar may
Lo removed by lemon Juice.
The Portuguese do not shnrc tho
modern theories of the hcalthfulnoss
of going without breakfast. They
have n proverb that says no mnn will
ever ninko a good hnsbandJWho does
not eat a good breakfast.
Tho vcgotnrlah jniist find It com
furilng when his beliefs it re assailed
to 'remember that tho (Jrcgk athlete
of the golden age ate no.ineat wlnt
ever, but trained on,ncw cheese, boil
ed grain, milk, Urfcd figs and warm
water. -V '
"The euro for burnt, sklna or smart
ing ees Is nlwhys athand," itajs a
bcn,uty specialist.", "It hi n cuptul of
Inllk heated to blood temperature and
applied every morning. Afterward n
little toilet water should be used on
tho face." '
A pleasant way to'mnsiago tho face
Is to. have ono of tho llttlo ruhbci
citpa that are filled with a' good cold
cream nnd are manipulated by suc
tion. Phi It on dlUcrcnt pnrts of the
5ace aiid w6rk tho rubber gently, It
gives u wonderfully refreshing feel
ing. Tho faco 'should first be washed
In lukewarm water.
treating cold soj'res it shhulil be
rciucmbcicd that tfioy require client-
lcaiclcnns.tngans well ns ne.iung,.lnr,
ns a rule, there Is some suppuratlo
Wbllu thtd Tsmnlng ttiUirn will rnl
tlnue., vOf two simple, remedies for roughing nnd the .wounds of the opcr
thls troublo out' 'consists Of llvo (Irons atlona were, opened, causlmr, grent
ul carbolic acid- (pure) to oue-htt
ounce of..iniitOn.lrtintJ'3TJItlaUer J
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A BURGLAR'S CHRISTMAS !
X uj venture:- j r
"I'll never ngiln crr.ck u crib at
.Christmas limp." suld the burglar.
"I'o trlpd it hctcrul tlnicn njjil some
thing tfirmil up to U-nt iiki e.cry
time. Our vrnft llihiks that nt, the
Clirlsfmas f-casou there's n lot of pres
ents I'-ijIniirouiiil looe (o git hold of.
And no there Ii. Hut. Brent Kcott, most
of It's ruliliHIi. 'Taln't notliln'.ti, com
pnm Villi r.cJilln'H, Weildlu's'ls-the
npplo of my cje. Thcni'H nhero yo.i
can pick up solid clhci nnd to mo sil
ver's as good ns colneddpllnrs. llut
Christmas I nln't got no fine for.
'"Lnst Chrhtmas I lind my' v5'o on n
iion'o where thcro wan mvca nnd bun
dle bnough goln' In tp (l tlio-'hold of
ii Bhl p. I saw a small boy plny)lip,otit
on tho sidewalk before tho homo, and
I thought o' kldmipln' htm, though It
wns'i no more than a thoucliMfor I'm
not' In that line o' buslines.! There
nlp't nothlug lnti It. Meal u .man's'
silver, and ho don't make no fuss, but
steal tils child, and not only he and his
Ifp, but tho rest of te world,' git on u
mighty big buMlo flint's sure' to bent
you out o' your profit, The kid I'pi
spcakln' of had n good lookln'-imrpo
ho called Martha, nnd bIiq called hint
,"Sho couldn't do nnlbln' wllh blm.
IIo wnrn't nfrnld o" her nor nuybody
clso. IIo was tho cirtest llttlo feller
you oot saw; regular boy: tbevo
wnsii t enough girl In htm to hnug n
pair o' enrrtugs on to. lie ,cntne out
on tho stoop one nftcrn'ooii when I
Was survey In' the houso with a doll.
I reckon somebody bad Just ghen tt
to him, fo I hadn't seen him with It
lioforc. I was surprised, 'causo.t didn't
think hg'il lmo no uso for a doll. It
had a lieautlful chtny head and lots o'
tow hair. What dd thq Htllb shaver
do but take (ho thing by tho I1C9IS and
bring tho head down ontho stone step!
That cnltiny bead, flew nil over too
sldewiilk. Tho nurso nearly had a fit.
but Jlminle, he forgot -his doll In n
"Well, I asked tho nurso a lot o'
questions, Icttln' on I,wnB n-huutlnfor
some uu as lived In tho neighborhood
and I thought might llvo In .tho houso
sho came out of. Iloforo I got' through
Itli her I had my icartn'H all right.
People, thinks servants Is pals with us
crib crackers, but they hain't least
ways, iot ahlnjiL It's ,tborr stupidity
a; docs the business. Tho nurso pirn
m.0 tho hull makeup o' tho houso with
out know In' whritsho was don .
"Chrlstnuis night people glncrally
reaves things' loose, ptittln' 'em In their
proper places Mho next dny, I choso
that itmo and Instead o' break In' In
durln' the ulgut, kuowlu' from thu
nurso of the staircases and tbejiablt-s
0' tha family, I stole In aliout U Q'glock,
when they was at dinner, Thu"nurHO
ItadJcLpnt that sho slept In a bed In
must be melted by being put Into a
Lnsln set Into boiling water. The ncld
r.hould be beaten In quickly and the
fat set nway to harden. It may be
used as frequently as dcslrcdi
Tho turning of tho ptlkle caused by
high heels may or may not result In
a serious sprain, bflt often tho pain
Ii sevcro and Is followed by a (weak
ness of the Joint. An excellent dress
ing In Btich u case Is white of egg
stirred, not beaten, with salt enough
to mnko It the consistency of soft
frosting1, Planter It on the ankle nnd
smear what Is left on the bandage of
white cotton, which (mould bo
wound firmly about tho nnklo and
fastened securely. If the bandago Is
not very long wind another outside.
tho first. A delicious coolness will
Immediately follow tho application of
tills simple remedy nnd the pain is al
leviated In u very short time. When
the dressing dries It Is stiff nnd mold
ed to tho shnpo of tho Joint. It gives
v most comfortable support and can
bo worn Indefinitely. Should It hap
pen to crack, wet that part with wa
ter and keep the ankle quiet until It
dries again. s
Children's hands are often disfig
ured by warts and they can bo cured
In a simple way. Get hartshorn and
sweet oil of equal mixture undtpalnt
tho warts with this each day. It Is
slow, ,yct thoroughly satisfactory.
Acetic ncld touched to tho most tena
cious' Warts will, in time, kilt them,
nnd they can bo easily rcniovcd. Most
chlMien, howover, object to your cut
ting even tho dead part away, slnco
they have a fear of Its hurting. 'After
removing warts wash the parts with
i weak solution of carbolic acid. A
drop of vcroxldo of hydrogen In the
cavity will cleanse all Impurities. Do
not believe in mich absurd things ns
superstitious persons entertain foi
tho removal of warts, for warts arc
almost as difficult to remove as teeth,
end the foolish notion which has ecr
prevailed of causing them to dsap-
pear.through Borne magic Is not to bo
thought of In this enlightened age.
DON'T EAT NEEDLES
Vw- .Vi.rlr V V no 1 Q tl-
Molllc Desmond, who, In a fit of dos-
perntlnn a year ago attempted totako
her-Hfo by swallowing 144 needless,
Is dyjng In tho Kordham Hospital
The lhst'of twenty-fdur oVeratlons-fprj
I,. for, the removal of the needles vns iter
ation,.' formed on Sunday. A That tUU'slio
I con-, wns taken with ii novcre ca!c l)f
loss" ol blood. " Vho "doctors hold out
no hope for her recovery.
VtJinnile'H renin una lie hlept Snlils
'4xlb. There wn'nt , nobody up'taliT,
mfd I bail the free run o' thu bonne up
thcro. Berrnutit sleop sounder than
'pcopVna don't have nolblii' to do, nnd
I c'lnu'liulcit that If I could git Into (he
nurse's1 roopi I'd stand tho best chance.
Wjlillo 1 was n-rootln' rouud I saw a
crib through an open door. ' I went
hi. found' a bed there nnd got under
It. IL-was one (' tho low kind, and I
had a hard Joli to sqticc7o Irk
"VIcu the kid come up to go to bed
I almost, glvo myself nway larfln' at
him. He lugged n lot o' things Into
tho room, mint of 'em (lie cent to),
sn.yii' be wasn't goln' to leave 'cm
dounslalrs for burglars, and somo of
'em he took to bed' with blm. When
he got on his nlglitliJ, his nurso asked I
nun io say 111s prayers, lie 10111 ncr
he'd said 'em to his, mother. The nurso
raid be hadn't done no such thfng.
'Yes, I have,' said Jlmmlc. 'If jpu
don't liollovo me, ask (Jod,'
"I stuffed my fist In my mouth-to
Keep from shoutlii', and It wasn't long
before .Iluunle nnd tho nurso wore boi
nslccp. I wnlted till I heard a clocjt
strjko 1, then I crawled out. Tho door
had been left open, nnd thcro was a
lght In tho hdll. I had to go past
Jlmmlo's crib to git out o' tho room.
Ills pet klltcu was slecpln' on n plllcr
besldo tho crib, nnd what, did I do but
J step on the'pesky llttlo thing. This
woke Jlmmlc, nnd lie could sco mo In
the. dim light stnndln' beside bis crib.
"What rn suppose tho llttlo inon-k-ey
did? He sat up, pulled n tin horn
from under lilt plllcr and began to
blow ns hard as bis Utile lungs was
vabl, Ha stopped a mliiuta to holler:
'Burglar! Don't let him take my enrds
what I worked at thp klntergartcnl'
Then he started In again to blow'.
"I didn't waif to hear nny more, but
started down the stairs four steps at
a time. Iloforo I reached tho bottom
tho electrics was switched on, but the
nurf) had posted me on tho ways o'
git In' out. nnd hi a Jiffy I was In tho
street. I could sco the houso In a blaro
o' light. A winder was raised nnd a
Woman's olco yelled, 'lturglars, lo
'lice!' and above the clatter I could hear
Jlmmlo's horn n-blovvln' nnd a-blowln'
'b If bo was (Iiibrlel trjln' to rnlso tho
"I dodged u cop com In', lit Into nn
alley, vaulted over a fanco and bid un
der a coal shed. The cop rattled his
club uu the curb, and In no time there
was n ilurcn of Vm around the house
I'd got out of. Whllo they was thlnl.ln'
to tnka me' In tho house I rim down the
alley dud, makln' another stieet, dodg
cd nloug till I wns well away.
"Since then I don't go much on
Christmas plunder. Least wnjs, I
don't like dogs, kittens nor children
Ktttons nln't notliln' If you don't step
011 'cm, and dogs you can quiet by
throwln' 'em n bit 0' meat, but a kid
with a tin horn under I1I1 plllcr that's
afraid soma uu'a goln' tu rum away
with tfts tlve cent Jo' s or his klnter
gartcn stuff Is too muili for me." .
1 A. MITCJiUL.
The Little Ads. with the Big Results
SAN l'KA.NX'ISCO AUOOXAt'TS
WANTHO, tho older tho belter
Must be cheap. Address W. t.
Karrlngton, llulletlu. lw
l''lrst;class French Dressmaker wish-
.f'u to have few more engagements
by day. Address "M.," this ofllce.
Ily a feflned gentleman, room and
board In a prlvatb family. Address
"I.. K.," Ilullctln, city, 3882-lw
stcamplowmnn wanted. Apply to
Messrs. F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Room nnd board In private family;
Address "Z.," this office.
Clean wiping tags at the Uullctln of
fice. . if
I'lrat-clnss rooms en sulto nnd single
at moderate prices by tho day,
week or mouth, nt tho Hotel Ul
monlco, 130 llcrctanla near Fort.
J. II. O'Neill, proprietor, 3818-3m
Largo houso on llcrctanla St. noxt
a'i'i QueeiV'S Hospital; rent ver
cheap! V.'V.'-t!hflinberinIn, Judd
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms. F. U. King, Cottago Grove.
Two front furnished rooms, 181'-' Ll-
llha St 3883-tt
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color,
ltcturn to Tarn Hlng, City Meat
Co.; 5 reward. 3883-lm
""iT-. r pobrsb.
A ring. Owner can sccuro samo by
calling at ritziMtrlukrJniS., cigar
store, proving property nnd pnlng
for this ad. 1 a8SG-.lw
Ladies' Trimmed Hats.
Men's Straw, Felt and
102 8 INijuanu St.,
, .A?j COME; NOW) 1
S.cnd in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc
The Finest Workmanship on the
market here". ,
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
Hotel St., bet. Alakea and Smith.
at the automobiles, buggies and' car
riages wo have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
d 'i j 'Tel: 262.
A Specialty on( Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL" THE TIME.
. PHONE 107.
Beautiful Cut Roses
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
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Jflfp BULLETIN AD3. PAY
Something Cheap.--I.ot on the cor
ner of Kceaumokil, and Kanlhco
Streets, opposite tho planters' Ex
periment Station. Slzo of lot Si)
ft. x 1C0 ft. For 11100 cash. Tl
tlo the beat, warranty deed given.
Apply to fc.11.1 A. C. Long, Knpln
hint llulldtng. 3S7G-2W
Finn corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing;,
water, fruit nnd ornamental tree
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Punnho
College. Address It. F this office.
Ilecf cdttlo for sale at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam Norrls. Walohlnu
$4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR GROCER.
HONOLULUISOAP WORKS GO.
F. L. WALDRON, Agent '
Nl. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale impirttrs and Jobber
EUrtOPEAN AND .
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
PORT and QUEEN STS
Scalp Treatment Facial Manage.
; Mrs Doris E. Paris,
Phone 491. .1150 Fort St.
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
t in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PICTURES
Our New Christmas Frames Will Be
On Next Alameda.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
941 NUUANU ST
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
. 166 'HOTEL STREET.
' TUNINQ QUAUANTEKD. ,
At Short Notice and Quick "Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
' CLEANINQ WORKS.
Fort Street. . Phone 575.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS, IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & .ROBINSON.
Queen Streef :v-:: ;; Honolulu.
Of All Kinds And .Descriptions At
Reasonable Prices. ,
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St near Beretania.
P. H., fiurnette,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent -to Grant Marriage Lic
Ofllce 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
One need only look about him ,ta
see that the Ford Runabout it the
most popular machine in Honolulu,
S0HUMAN CARRIAGE CO.; LTD.
'" 3H5-"For Rent"' cards on sal at
.ho Bulletin omco.
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