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EVKNINQ IIULLCTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WtflJNKSOAY, JAN 8, 190S.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano nnd
Hinging. Haiilil progress with
thorough ti, lining. Studio, 270
lleretnnlu .St , near Alukoa St. See
Mr. Jns. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All onlem should lio left at tho Ha
waiian N'owa Co.. Young hide. Phono
204 or cor Alakoa nnil Hotol Sts.
Yee Sing Keo Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. Iict. Hotel nnd Pnunhl.
JOT?.- Kins Jot Prititlnf 41 the Bui
W MW. Wlllll,,., I IM llimMllllWl
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
Manage Estates, Collect ,
Buy anil sell Property.
Invest your funds. Make
loans on real estate or
Act as Trustee, Guardian,
Write Fire Insurance.
Buy nnd sell Stocks and
Bethel Street, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co., 931 Fort St.
Fresh, whclesotne, and of every
Bcretania, AUkea. and Union.
', 'Phone 104.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
nnd Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Olfer Refused.
For $m S5S
niw necn woij ior over ni&i v
YltAlta by MILLIONS of ifothers
with perfect tuccua. IT
epimiKB tbo CHILD. S01TEN3
iP.?J"ut,!,i. ALWAYS on .pain,
CUKEtl WIND COLIO, and tt th3
by UnurcUU In every part of tbo
world, lie taru and ntV for Vrs.
WlailoV Hootlilnx Syrup nnd take
no other IdnJ. S3 CCJltl a Bottle.
Hee Ksu BCee,
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. lir. KUKUI.
Umbrellas rc-covcrcd. T. Takata,
Fort 8t. near Kul.ul.
For house-help, phone White 2E01, Ma
Mill. floncral r.m)!oyniont Ofllco,
mr I(..s-iroln (inn rjnrotahln.
For first-class" paper-hanger and house
painter. Wni. E. Falkull, 'Phono
Whlto 95C. tf
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keva, Music Bocs, Sharpening of
Fine Ciiliory. Hear Union drill.
J Vl Davis,
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 1250 Fort St.
Repairs made at your home and im
mediate use of machine guaranteed,
Sewing Machines To Rent.
is made to PROTECT and
BEAUTIFY. If it fails to do
cither, it is a failure all
Pure Prepared Paint
docs both, because
(1) It IS pure. That makes
(2) The colors are well
blended. That makes it
(3) It is prepared for use.
That prevents its being
spoiled by the painter.
(4) It is made by W. P.
FULLER & CO. That's
Lowers & Cooke.
177 S. KINO'ST."
Our Suits made to your measure foi
ore guaranteed to give 'satisfaction,
so that you get your money's worth
Geo. A, Martin,
Open Until 5:30 P. M.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. , Delivered to any part of city by
OMIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor, '
is assured when you break
fast, lunch or dine at
COR. KING nnd ALAKEA.
, A Specialty on Saturdays,
I BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
i Vienna Bakery
AND OTHER PIANOS
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 HOTRL eTRElCT.
tiivVmh nriATiAMTPrn IJ
Hams & Bacon
C. Q. Yee II
UMfl g '.I I'lKgJBgaZffiCZKgt
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shanes nnd
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
The Dlinil Quality
Is uppermost in every one
of the hats from this shop.
Hats and Fans
The New Year
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.!
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Beretania Corner Smith.
CTS- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -&&
Si H &
i :: a ;; a ft x
Wilted vegetables kIioiiM he snnkeil
in cold water for mi hour or two lie-
fine they are looked.
To mold washing the molding
board lay over It n ulicel of heavy
flavicd wrapping paper. If well flour
ed, ilougliH lire leas apt to stick to It
than to the board.
As soon ns a salt ham or tongue Is
cooked remove It from the boiling wa
ter to pan of cold wnter for a few
rcciiiulH. This will loosen the skin,
which may be easily peeled off.
If your plea run over either tlio
plates are mil deep enough to hold
(he Juice or clro there Ih not sulllelent
spare for the steam to escape. to u
deep iigalo plato nnd make a good
opening In thu upper crust.
Never wash lea or coffee pots with
water In which there Is boiiii. When
they liccomo badly discolored 1111 with
cold water In which Is dissolved n ta
blespoon of powdered borax nnd licit
rlowly until the wnter bolls. HhiRo
thoroughly with hot water nnd dry.
Always dry on back of raugo.
A washing flu til much reroimm'iul
(d by experts consists of half n pound
of potash, two quarts of boiling water
iiiid it quarter of n teaspoonfnl emli
of salts of tat tar mid spirits of am
monia. A breakfast cupful of this to
l.c plaecd In tho holler lifter the
clothes are washed nnd before tliey
me rinsed will make them beautifully
The outside or a saiiccpnii should
l-o as clean as tho Insldo. To prevent
tho simiko from sticking rub the oul-
eldo of u new saucepan -with fat be
fore plnclng It on tho stove. Wi'.sh
with hot water and soda. vlf a sauce
pan brush bo used tho Baueopans may
l.e kept well scoured without damage
to tho hands. A proper brush, little
and ft very UReful one, rnn lie made
by firmly binding together some
heather twigs with Etrlng.
Scrubbing kitchen tables, cleaning
imiccpaus mid many other things
takes half tho time If thU Vrtlclo to
he cleaned Is first damped and then
n ' " ' ' ?
! His Visiting Cards. !
.Miguel wuk a .Miunj: peuiloninn of
Madrid whom every one loved. His
tastes led him In manly sports, and It
was said of him that lie had appeared
In the bull ling hi dl-iul.-v. Ilu war
expert with nil wo.ipunx, especially the
Miguel loved Ho'iui Anita, the
daughter 'of n Spanish grmidco. and
Aultn loved him. Iler family consent
ed to tlio match, nnd Hie pair were to
have been married within a very few
weeks when the Count do lliirlllnu, a
wealthy I'renchninn, appeared, took a
fancy tu theiglrl and proposed for her
hand. Anita, who-u- father wan dead,
was under the guanll.iiiililp of nn elder
brother, l-Vllppn. l-'ellpp-i. thinking In
iH-nellt hlmseir through his sifter, ar
ranged a srhouie fur' getting rid of
Miguel. Then Aulla inanled thii count.
This was their plan: A few days lie
foro the wedding nppolntfit to hike
place between Miguel nnd Aultn, .Mi
guel was arrested for con-tplrncy
against the government nnd wns car
ried before a Judge. Twoineu. Nuuezand
Ilnderlgo, whom Miguel h.ld esteemed
his frleuilK, boro fulsc witness ngalust
him, the Judge convicted him nnd sen
tenced him to ten j ears' imprisonment.
He served his scnlena, ami while ho
was In prison the Count mid Countess
de It.'irllloii were divorced. 'I he count
cs hud discovered the consplrncy.
One day-It wns eleven years after
Miguel's misfortune tlm Count de
llnrlllou entered u cafe hi Paris. When
ho was passing one of the tallies, n
man put out his font and tripped him.
The act wns so plainly Intended and
was seen by so many persons Hint the
count felt obliged lo resent It. Tho
stranger simply replied that he would
not deny him satisfaction, Itnrlllou
could not choose but light nml met tho
man who hail Insulted him thu next
morning at daylight. Tho weapons
chosen by tho stranger were rapiers,
nnd tho two lnou were scarcely In po
sition when llnrlllou fell, pierced to the
heart. Tho stranger disappeared, and
when tlio count's body wus exposed
tho wound Instead of being n silt was
found to bo n circular hfile.
A fow mouths later M. Gautlcr, a
Parisian, appeared In Madrid, whero
ho spoko French badly nnd Spanish
very well. Ono night nfn ball at
which Nunez was present Onutler ac
cidentally so It appeared spilled
claret on Nunez's wnUtenat. Nunez
was Irritated and made n dlsagrccablo
remark about tho Frenchman's care
lessness, whereupon (.antler throw tho
remnlnder.of thewlnolu tlio bottle over
him. Tho two ineli went from tho ball
room to the Held of honor, where Nunez
met his death. The surgeon on tearing
open his shirt was astonished to see
that tho wound was crescent shaped.
Haulier was not seen In Purls again.
wTho uex t spring a Moor cama up to
lttiil - iletl ivcr with n euniiioutiil
'tniulo by mixing toRcllicr ono part
of pumice nnil three parts of soap
; powder, l'ut tills cleunliiK powder In
'nii old flour ilrcileor, or nuikcn drctl
.t'rer for yourself of nn empty cocoa
i;. tin. All that Is needed for trnnsfor
,'inntlon Is n perforated lid. nnil that
ou can easily manage uy uamniermK
a hlg nail through the lid scvcnl
A maid In a large hotel taught one
! woman how to place the pillows on
j the bed without a wrinkle showing In
tin- slip. The hotel maid's way was
In take tho pillow by two corners, tlio
long wny, and shake the feathers
!own well. Then, still retaining hold
of tho ends, she laid the pillow on tho
1 cd, the edge coming to where tho pll
low would lie. Then sho turned It
light back In place. This left nil the
extra fullness In the slip beneath the
pillow nnd out of sight, while tho
pillow Itself presented a smooth, un
FOR A PHOTOGRAPH
Wear the mrt hf dicss you usually
do. You can't make n bigger mistake
tlimi to don some sort of get-up Unit
jou'ru totally unaccustomed to. If
MHl'ro in tho habit of wearing n slirt
collar don't go nnd get photographed
In n fichu.
If you nre an outdoor girl bo pho
tographed out of doors.
Avoid violent contrasts In cotor or
light nnd shade in your attire. Plain
colors nro best for gowns, and draper
ies usually conio out much better
than frills and flounces.
If you hnve a good figure take enro
to preserve a clear outline. If not.
never be taken full length.
Kuril usiinlly look well, but unlois
enro Is taken of tho way they nro dis
posed they nro upt to be rather over
whelming. Bahlo In particular conies
out very nicely; but ermine Is npt to
bo hard nnd Is, perhaps, better avoid
ed. Much Jewelry Is n mistake, but one
or two really good things look well.
A lino suing of pearls Is always safe
Put one can of lyo or potash In
ono quart of cold water. When cool
add six pounds of clean grease, Btlr
rlng continually for ton to fifteen
minutes, when pour Into n box or
pnn to cool. When tho soap becomes
a little stiff, cut Into bars. The next
day. remove It from tho box or pan
and place It on the shelf to.dry. This,
map Is so white and pure that it Is
used often for toilet purposes.
Madrid rrnm lhc south nnd ncldeved
considerable popularity socially, but
his stay was not long. One night nt n
club he accused Itoderlgo of cheating
at cards. They fought, nnd l.le mark
left on itodcrlgo's body whero his op
ponent's sword entered It was the
shape of a schnlter. Itoderlgo died of
the wound, mid tlio vMoor left Madrid
beforo ho could be urrcstcd.
After tho duel an Item appeared In
n Madrid newspaper mentioning the
mnrks left on (lie liody of Count Rarll
lou, on Hint of Nunez mid on Itoderlgo,
tho writer claiming Unit In each case
the unknown victor was one and tho
snino person. This ho proceeded Jo
prove from the chnrnctcr of. tho
wounds nnd thcfact that the mysteri
ous person nlwnys contrived to ho the
Insulted party and Invariably chose
swords for the light.
One night Fellppo wns smoking In
lila library when a man whose face In
dicated that bo was about forty years
old entered nt tho door leading from
"What do you wish, slgnor!" nsldil
Fellppo, half rising and looking anx
iously at the stranger, who had tlitu
"Have you heard of nn unknown
man who killed thu Count llnrlllou lo
"He left his mark In tho wound."
Fellppo stared ut tho stranger with
'Then there was SI. (lautlcr, who
also left a mark on our mutual friend,
"I remember." sold 'Fellppo, almost
In a whisper,
"And tlio Moor."
Fellppo sat with terror stricken eyes
fixed on tlio stranger.
"Ami now coinen myself. Having
left my card wllh your three friends, I
have called to leave one with you,"
"I do not know you, signer. I imvo
never seen you before."
"You urn mistaken. I was once be
trothed to your sister."
At the moment tlio door opened nnd
the Countess de llnrlllou stood on the
Tho man had half drawn his sword.
Ifo stood looking nt tho woman of
whom In. nail been rnhhcil fifteen
yours before. Tho cloud of sorrow on
Ills face had deepened Into fierce hale,
but nt sight of her nml nt the sound of
her volco the coming tempest wns
"Anita," la said, permitting his
sword to slhlu back into Its seahbard.
"you have deprived me of the power
to tlulsli my vengeance One by ono
those who i-eparnted us have paid the
penalty of their sin, but now this last
nrch conspirator, who deserves a worse
fatu than the rest. Is saved for your
Turning, ho left the room. And that
wns tbo Inst r.ccu of the mysterlouJ
stranger and Ids deadly vliltlng cnnli
The Little Ads. with the Rig Results
SAN KHANCISCO AHUONAt'TS
WANTKIJ; the older tho better.
Must be cheap. Address W. 11.
Knrrlngton, Bulletin. lw
Part Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for tho right man. Ad
dress this oiricc, ".Man." US'Jl-tf
Klrst-class I'rench Dressmaker wish
es to liuvc fow more engagements
by day. Address "M.," this office.
lly a icflncd gentleman, room and
board In a prlvnto family. Addicsi
"I,. K.," llulletln, city. 3SS2-lw'Klnn corner lot in Maklkl.
A position by a competent bookkeep
er. Addicss "A.," llulletln.
V Hteamplowuiaii wanted. Apply to
Messrs. K. A. Schacfer & Co.
Kuom and board In prlvnto family.
Address "'..," this office.
Clean -vlplng tags at tho llulletln of
Japanese young woman wants situa
tion to do general housework nnd
help cooking In small family. Ad
dress "J. W.." llulletln. 3889-lw
Hxpcricnrcd bookkeeper desires per
manent position. Address P. O.
Ilox IBS, City. 38'JO-lw
OOfRD AND ROOM.
Hoard and rooms In private family
for two gentlemen or man nnd
wife nt Kalmukl. Address P. O.
Ilox 512. 3891-lw
FlVst-class rooms en sulto and single
at moderato prices by tbo day,
week or month, ct the Hotel Del-
monlco, 130 lieretnnta near Fort,
J. II. O'Neill, proprietor. auHMm
Largo house on Dcrctanla St. next
Furnished room with board, Puun-
hou nnd Hastings Sts. Add
"SI.." this office. 389
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping '
rooms. F. B. King. Cottngo drove, j
Four-room cottngo. suitable for bach
elor's quarters, l-l-'i llerctanla.
Two front furnished rooms.
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color.
Itcturn to Tain Illng, City Meat
Co.; ! roward. 3883-lm
A ring. Owner cnu heeuro samo by
calling nt Fllzpalrick llios. cigar
store, proving pruporty and paying
for this ml. 38Sr..lv
at the automobiles, buggies nnd car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Go.,
King Street near South
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath rooms and kitchens.
Wilder & Go.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc. call on
J. 5 Santos,
Rack or Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST,
Illank books of all sorts, ledgerB,
etc. manufactured by thu llulhlln Pub
('oinethli.g Cheap. I.ot on the cor
ner of Keeaiimoku and Kualheo
8ti"et. opiHisltc the Plantcis' Ex
peilment Station. Slzo of lot '.J
ft. x ISO ft. For J1100 cash. Ti
tle the best, warranty deed given.
Apply to hlla A. C. Long, Kaplo
lull! ilulldlng. 3ST'i-2w
'" ft. S-ln cnsl-liou sewer pipe; I
nil-copper Truax sterilizers tin lin
ed; I all-copper wnter still, tin
lined; I nil-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettle; 2 all-copper wah
hollers. Kmmelutli & Co., Ltd.,
lir, King St.; Phone 211.
water, fruit and ornamental treoi
nnd all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from curs and l'umiho.r
College. Address II. I'., this office.
A flno single-footer, perfectly gentle,
will ride or drive. Also a fine span
of horses from tho celebrated Ilor-
,ncr ranch; well mated. Apply J.
C. CJiiinn, phono 2D0. 3889-lw
rteof cattlo for sate nt Kahnku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Bam Norrls. Walohlnu
$4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR GROCER.
DOKOLULU SOAP WOHHS CO.
F. L. WALDR0N, Agent.
Dp. A.N. Sinclair
moved Ul ofRcc, lo Hotel st be.
tween Alakca and Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m.; 4 to o p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. bun-
IT "Pfjwtmcnt. Tels. 377 or
.385. Res. 138-1.
m. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY QOODt,
fOlir and QUEEN 3Ti
Scalp Treatment. Facial Massage.
I Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Phone 401. 1156 Fort St.
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
I Orpheum Saloon,
Next o the Orpheum Theatre.
941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Cleaning Co.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EACLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. l'Jione 076.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
P. ti. Burnette,
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Real Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Ofilce 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
The Weekly Edition o' the Evening
Bulletin nlvos a comolete summary of
vhe newt of tr-n Jv.
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