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klkl. fienorul Kmplojnicnt ODlce,
cor., l'onmcola nnn ileretanla.
For first-class paper hanger and house
painter. Win. E. Palkuli, 'Phono
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Kyn, Music Boxes, Sharpening ol
linn Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
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SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 1256 Fort St,
Repairs made at your home and Im
mediate use of machine guaranteed.
Sewing Machines To Rent.
Our Suits mode to your measure for
ore guaranteed to give satisfaction,
so that you get your money's worth
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t Open Until 5:30 P. M. '
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and Other Desirable Localities.
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No Reasonable Offer Refused.
miss any Holiday Trade by ne
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Phone 426; 177 King St.
hAIR ORNAMENTS and CORSAGE
FLOWERS FOR EVENING DRESSES
LORS, BOSTON BUILDING, Fort St.
Good Treatment ..
is assured when you break
fast, lunch or dine at
COR. KING and ALAKEA.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
tr. Delivered to any part of city by
OAUU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 623
Charles D. Walker,
Wc build yachts, launches, canoes
and craft of every description as they
should be built.
BOAT AND MACHINE WORKS.
King near Alanai.
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At All Watohdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts, Honolulu.
Ri MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes iSoucht and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
Hams & Bacon
C. Q. Yee 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. Lewers & Oooke.
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese r Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
EL PALENCIA '
For A Long Sweet Smoke.
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD.
Hats and Fans
The iNcw Year
Durable . Cheap
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU,
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Beretania Corner Smith.
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HONOLULU, T. 1!.. HIIDAY. JAN. 3.
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THE TIRED WOMAN
Vot the guidance of the tired worn-
mi tlicro me these bIx rules
Lie in bed in tho morutuR until )nu
wake ill) of )our own ncconl
Put on looao clothing mid If pos
sible change It complete!) in tho mid
dlo of the day. ' -
Don't Hit bolt upright If J ml can
help It,' Select chairs with restful
bvieks mid tr) to faor juuruclf a lit
tle Coddle our nerves also; don't list
en to harrowing stories nnd don'Cnl
lliw jourself to become disturbed.
Abnio-utl (IiIiirs, don't vvorr).
Irv tn rest your ovoalcht and don't
read before breakfast nor direct!' af
ter a meal. r"f'
If. )ou are going out In the. nftor-
noon nml.liuvc n busy day before jou,
trj the Queen Alexandra diet of (he
finnll meals a day. Take a gl.i?s of
milk -and n biscuit lit It o'clock nnd
another nt 4. This w III not Interfere,
with jour icgular meals mid will
terc uh n pick mo up.
TO MEND MATTING
Of leu In jiiolng-(n heavy p?,o of
furniture tbainnjttlng on tho lloor
will hiiVoiiWugly liola torn In It Tho
torn place 3 usulll) 'where it is tho
most notlcciblQ and rnhnot be cn-
creii with u rug. tlicro is nn excel
lent wny tuarcmedyt this defect by
darning tho plnco with raffia, of col
ors to match tho matting straw. It,
Is nhich better than threads nnd tho
work can bo neatly done If may lie
necessary to run hcaj cords across
the work thioUgh which the raffia Is
to bo wocn, The threads nro sewed
In place with a large darning necdlo.
Torn places on the edgo of matting
can bo remedied in the simo manner,
It Is best to sew matting together
with a lopse stitch. Using ery h6ay
linen thread for tho purpose, but
where this cannot be done then use
the rqgulnr matting (aqks or ordinary
tucks, placing flrst'onv side, then the
npposlto side to prevent tho baggy np-
pearnncc which no often occurs. Nev
er U! n claw-liamincr to lift tack
fiom lmitting, nlnce it lnnrlably
breaks the straw, (let nn old. blunt
(hlscl, place lUbcncath tho matting tho most popular of all tho actressea
mid tack-head, piuuid gently with i ,itlachi.d (o-thc ,Uoynl Opera fyemsq.
tho huliimen, and pry the tack up I Htidhd'esth, (insgonO piad, In conso
This will dniw.tlridtAck out straight (iicnce. It Is said, of reading lMgar
anii'lcavd'tlid lintl1itg tin'brokcn, it l Allan I'op's Stories,
I HofHe Got.'liis Start. I
Thi- other day 1 iMjgrt my rrlend
Supei which oue of tlie mniiy storlci I
liad,licard im tii.how lie got his start
was true. Ho said the) Vin nl false
and gtno mu the. correct-erslon as
To tell tho triilh, my stnrt wii nude
fin me, Twent) )enrHiign I wiih work
ing from place to placu. Iicatlng my
way Iiotweoii plait" b) liingliig ni)kclf
up under n railroad train. One ill) I
wni caught ilradheadlng It on n freight
train, nnd tho conductor nlluwcd me
to ride mi provided I would ninii a
brake. This ltd to iny Miipeiniil
uetitl) einpto)ed at hrkiinnii.
One hot Fiiiumcr afternoon I w.i
"lltlng on the brake whicl of one br
tho laiit on in) train. whll""tuu eiigtuo
was tugging nt a long lluuVpl svnni
loaded mKIi grain I(U that sliurt putT
liecullaf to a fivlght train, , were
travonlng long trttch(s of 'pi.ilrltf
hind, with not n trio to piolect iir ftuiir
tho sun The car liofoto inewnV n
illlapldated old fnsldoued onewltli a
door nt tho cud. I noticed H OHpocil
ly, for It was unlike any other car on
tho train. While 1 was iiivdltntllig ns
to how It had got uihid tvltli, noujr
mis I was nxtnplshul to foo the door
open u few InchiH and a mini peer out
cautiously. Ills cintloii was tisi'luis, for
I. was looking light nt blui 'ilironlng
tho door wldo open, ho revealed u cu
empty except of corn JiusUs, which
served ns bedding, and a woman nud
several bO)s nud glrli, tho oldest of
whom vviih'u bright e)id )ouug gill
of about twenty. I l.nevvnt ouco that
by somo lugeuloiis method the) had
secured tho cur nnd vvero ttavollug as
"Couldn't stand it," said th'e man,
with a lugubrlous'sliillc. "We'd bnvo
Burfocnteil without Bairn) air. Are you
going to glvQ urf away'"
"Well," I said, "only tho kcenoit
sense of honesty would dilo mo to do
so, seeing that 1'vo done K lot of inll
rbnd beating in) self. Hut I-confess
J (Air echemo Is bolder ami moro orig
inal than anything I've ever tried.
How did jou work it"
' "Got n frlquil In tho elevator whero
tho enw .vvero loaded. I selected this
cntytbu door being on the c'iu and tho
uolts Inside. My friend m.d I went
wllh tho ngiut wheu ho scaled tho
turs, and Ave bcalcd this ouo for liliu.
My family and tho stores were all In
at tho time."
a The man Invited me down Into 'tho
car, nnd his vvlfo gaTe me a flue,
snack, 'Ihcro wero cold'ham and brcni)
and lmUer, canned tougiio nn,' n Dig
stone jug of water, though I confess
tho water was not very ,ool Hut tho
principal thing In tho car for mo was
.the oldest) daughter, Just as pretty as
a idctimwuHl vvJUJia smllolhaUsnoi'U-'T
matting Is used In a room during the
wlntrr, coor tho floor with paper
covering and pniLllghtly with news
papers. The cold air ennnot penetrate
u Moor cohering of that kfnd.
If tho black spots on silver will not
)lcld to careful cleaning with clean
ing powder ri very good method Is to
mix a little prepared chalk or whit
ing to n smooth paste with sweet oil,
ltiliblng this well on the stained
marks, letting It dr on nnd then fin
ishing It (iff In tho usual wny with a
tlinmols skin or sott cloth
Another method Is to apply lij. a
similar manner n paste of hartBhorn
IKiwdcr, prAc'ii'iblo from n drug
eto(e, and spirits of wine Tho last
Is n particularly good thing for
brightening up silver In nn emergen
cy nt any time y
If, howcor, the black spots will
not yield to this, try tho following
Make, a s Unrated solution of lijpo-
ulphato of soda, obtainable from any
drug store, in Just as much water as
It will absorb
Moisten eor) part of the stained
Oliver with this saturated solution by
means of a Mitt rag or sponge. In n
fow moments the black should all
come, off, when tho pieces nlust bo
ashed with warm water and soap,
i insedi thoroughly In hot water and
Makaa paste of lino whiting slftod
Into one ounce of spirits or turpen
tine and one ounce, of spirits of wine
Apply to slher and leave until
thoroughly dr. ilrush off with n
roft wash leather.
FLOWERS FOR 'FRISCO.
Vnslilnglon, Dec, 31. Congress
having Indicated Its willingness to np
I ruprlate 130,000 for seeds to replace
those burned up recently by tho flro In
llio Agricultural Department, Ropro
sentithu Kahn was assured by tho
Department .that It wcmld ship 10,0fi0
nmull pjckVos of (lower seeds to San
Francisco for the largor school chll
dreii to plant on vacant lots to help
uldottlio scan of tho conflagration and
beautry tho city. Tho.,scods ehontd
I'cnch Sin I'ranclscoUurlng tho first
"oek In January.
A newly imported wood, usod0fpr
high class cihlnct nnd piano work," Is
tho Tasininliiii myrtle. -, It Is n rich
fink color, moderately hard, nud very
cl030 graliicd i
I . . '- .,-. ..'
.IIraU I'rlollo, who nt ohd'tllnd. wah
Cd mo out (ho ilrst lime sTie'lirbutlft
It to hear on me. I stujed In thenar..
tniKing and iiugiiing vvitn tnein. in
I heard n 'whistle fur brakes, vv.)jeti I'
climbed for tho wheel and pulled ULo
a man with nil uneasy conscience.-
l'or the rest of tho Journey I kept
an cje out for tho passengers nnd
more than ouco saved them from de
tect I'm During tho rldo one of the
jouugstcrs set up n howl while tho
train was stopped, and I managed to
keep overj railroad cniplojcu away
from tho ear till wo started on. When
vo L-ot tn Hie end of tho route 1 kent
watch, ,glvlug a signal for them to'
icivo uiu enr vvucu inuru vvu? iiuiiu
lleliu only n brnkemau, didn't sen
in) way to keeping up tlio uciuaiut
nine, but I kept thinking of the d ingle
ter. One ihj live )eiri after tho fa
mous ride 1 met her father on the
street. He rccngnld nro nt onrto and
put out liH, baud. Ho had' changed
verv much In jiimeanince. looking ex
tremely prosperous. 1 didn't wonder
nt hls,prosperlt), for any ninu with n
much ri source nud Ingenuity as Jio Is
bound to succeed nt last. Ho nsked
flic o come to tec hhn nt his office,
which I did. nnd he took mo lulo hli
cinplo). As soon us I could get soino
good clothes I went, to tho holise liud
renewed in) niipinlnlanco with "lil
famll) 'llie.v were living liiiiidKomcly,
but hadn't forgotten their ilii)H of pov
vrt), for tn the llhrai) hung n framed
photograph of Hie cur In which the)
hud mndo their fnmnuH deadhead Jour
lie). 'Jlio father hid one diy seen
tho car stiindlug hi a railroad jard,
recognized It uud hall It ihtbgrnphcd.
Not onu of thq family over forijot
iny keeping their secret on tint freight
train, bcsldis htlplng them out. Tlic
oldest girl had had sovernl jears of
ntlluenco In which to become used to
the wnjs of tony people; but, although
sho had svvnll )Oiing fellows comtu;
to spo her. 1 noticed Hint 1 wus thu
only one to whom she gave nn) encour
agement. Mcnnuhlle I was livjug rd
viinciil by her filher, who vvnsjjrovv
Ing rlili ver) fast ( ouo day I asked
hlui for his daug'ilcr, mid bo told nic
ho cduldn't kiep her from mo If he
would and ha wouldn't If ho could
So In time we wero married, lie gave
us a house, nud wo sot Up houfiecop
ing for ouipelie. ovv I urn the man
agur of the IiuhIiichh nnd. as you jo.
(pilto coniforlnblo, M.v w Ife Is fond of
tho episode that Intiodncod us, nnd on
our wedding nilulvcrsarlcs we nlvvn)s
ill Ink to whit wo call tlio torn shuck
Sopcr liav liu conio to tho end of bis
Btory I lemnrked "
"1 didn't know jour father In law
.was ever rediuvi) to btich iilialts."
"Ho was. nlul If jhu'II enmliic the
record of n nnniU'r of iumi who hnvii
carved out fottuiu'vfio it nothing jou
will (In I that miiij of ihiini went
tin push Korae ntch itp.-rlpiice It's
the pluck mil (iigein llv to tide over
tho gaud b.vr that win In hp end."
Jbe Little Ads..with the Rig Results
SAN I'llANCIbCO AltOONAlTS
WANT1JU, tho older the bettr
Must bo cheap Address W. It
r.irrlngton, llulletln. lw
Kirst-class 1'rcncli Dressmaker wish
es to liavn fuvr moro engagements
bj day. Address ' M ," this otflcc.
II) n rcfinid gentleman, room and
board in n prlvato famll) Addiess
"L. Bw" llulletln, city. 3SS2-1W
V steninplovvmnn wnntod Apply
Messrs r. A, Schncfur & Co
rowm and board In pronto family.
Address "Z ," this ofllcc.
Clean wiping tags at tho llulletln of
rirst-ilats rooms en suite and single
at moderate prices by the day,
week or mouth, at tho Hotel Del
rnonlco, 130 ilorotnnla'uoar I'ort.
J. II. O'Neill, proprtor. 381!i-3m
Large hoiibo on Ucrctjinla Sti next
lo ijuqcns Iospltar;j rent very
cheap.. W. W. f!!iamb?rlaln, Judd
Furnlshod cuttago and housekeeping
i rooms, i . i; King) uoungo urove.
Two front furnished rooms, 1812 I.M
llha St. . , 38S3-tf
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color.
Return to Tmn Illng, City Meat
Co.-; ?G reward 3883-lm
,, ring Owner can sccuro samo by
cnlllng at riUinfrtrK'11ros.'-'clgnr
store, prov Ing property nnd pajTng
f'dr1 tljls ad..' ' . -381J5-1W
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Men's SifaV, Felt and
1028 Nuuanu St.,
v -' COME'.NOW ,
.Send in youporders at onpe to ,
The Finest Jade Jewelries, -Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
HoJel St, bet. Alakca and Smith.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Cc
King Street near South
Coffee Cakes "
Aisnecialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD' ALE THE'TIME.
Beautiful Cut Roses
Mrs, E. M. Taylor,
' TEL. 3T3
,'. l'sMF-'Fcr' Rent" crd on t t S
JP-BULLETIN AD3. PAY W .ic Uulletlil.ottie. '. ,, . a
l-'oniethlng Cheap Lot on tho cor
lii r of Kecaumoku and Knulheo
Streets, opposite the Planters' Kx
pcrJment Stcvtlon, Sljo of lot M
ft x ISO ft, For $1100 cash, Tl
tlo the best, warranty deed given.
Applr to 1,11,1 A O. Long, Knplo
hnl lluildlng. 387r,-2w
f-'Ine corner lo in Mnklkl. Curblnsj,
water fnjlt and ornamental treen
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and l'unahou'
Collcgo. Address II. !'., this office.
ncef cattle for salo at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col Sam Norrls. Wnlohinu
$4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR GkOCER.
F. L. WALDRON, Agent.
m. Phillips & Co.
Wholecaia impcrtera and Jobbr
AMERICAN DRY QOOD.
rORT and QUCEN T
Scalp Treatment, Facial Massage.
.l 'Mrs. DOris E. Paris,
?hone491. s , , HSSort Si.
TINEST' 'COLLECTION OFvCURI0S
o In the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PICTURES
" Just Arrived.
Our New Christmas Frames Will Be
- On Next Alameda.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
941 NUUANU ST
AND OTIIEIt PIANOS.
THAYER PilrV NO CO.
ISC HOTEL, STREET.
v? TPMNb GUARANTEED.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
For; Street. Phono 676.
OR ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :::': Honolulu.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. neat Beretania,
P. Hi ' Burnette,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
One need only look about him to
see that the Ford Runabout is tha
most popular machine in Honolulu.
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S0HUMAN CARRIAGE,' CQ,.JI,TD.
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