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fiVRNINO llUU.CTtN, HONOLULU, T. H KRIRAY. JAN. in, VMS.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
HIiiKlnp. Itnplil progress with
thnioiiRh training. Httidlo, 27fi
llorotniilii 8t , nenr Alnl.oa St. See
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders s1inti)i 1p left at tho Ha
waiian Nowb Co., Young bide I'lionu
204 or cor. Alakca and Hotel Sts.
See Hastings for repairs of, Locks,
Kflja, Miu-lc lloves. Sharpening ol
Vino Cullprv tloar Union drill.
Jllank book ot a!) iiortr. lodgers
rtc. mnnufacttircd by tho Bulletin Tub
Manage Estates, Collect Repairs made at your home and im
Kcnts, c. mediate use of machine guaranteed,
Buy and sell Property.
, Invest your funds. Make
. loans on real estate or
Act as Trustee, Guardian,
. Executor, &c.
Write Fire Insurance.
Buy and sell Stocks and
Bethel Street, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St
Fresh, vhclesome, and of every
ri,..i;, Al.t. ...! rfnln
Berctania, Alaken, and Union.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOI.ANI PARK ADDITION
and'Othor Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILOER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
has been until for over 81X1 V
YBAKS by MILLIONS ot Mothars
1NO, with perfect succom. IT gJ
llin OUMS, ALLAYii all pcln,
CURBS. WIND COLIC, ana U tho
nuuiiu.p mu .liiui', ovf A iiiEi
Oj by brutrtUts In every r-art ol tba.
E4 world. Ho sure and asic for Hr,
yi Winilow'jflootlilr.ffRjrrtipsnd tato
gsj no other kiaJ. 2i wcu a Bottle.
n Old anil WelHri&d Rcmtdji
Ilee Ksu Kee,
K0. 1320 NUUANU ST. Itr. KUKUI.
lessons in French and Italian giveri
liv Mrs. Amelia Hmltli, uuiiKlitcr of
l'lor. Swift (IIuruIxD; mpld metli
dd, perfect nreent, nimlorato terms.
Studio, 700 Quarry St , corner of
Alup.il. 380:i-l in
Umbrellfts re-covered. T. Takata,
Kort St. near Kukul.
For house-help. phor White 2891, Ma
MM. General Employment Ofllce,
ror lVnT-o!n unci 'lerotnnla.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and I'auahl.
SEWINO MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 1250 Fort St.
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. KING ST
Our Suits made to your measure foi
are guaranteed to give satisfaction
o that you get your money's worth
Geo, A, Martin,
i x HOTEL ST.
Open Until 5:30 P. il.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
tfp VeiWerea t0 ' t of cll b
courteous drivers. I
jei2L,CE AKD 1
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
I is nssurod when you break- (
' fast, lunch or dine at
i E Cafeteria
COR. KING and ALAKEA.
i Coffee Cakes
, m A Snecialty on Saturdays.
r BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
' Vienna Bakery
1 KIONE 197.
rtrci.' . r.n vn:!. .f.."i-rsTnayrxata
f ANU UTtlliK t'lAISUa
H THAYER PIANO CO,
H ICC HOTUL ETRI'UT
a Phono 218.
V mtmtki .uiiiMkimnrn
ams & Bacon
FOR LADIES AND GEHILEMEH.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 HUUANU AVENUE.
Q. see 'Hop
izrw .. i
m ca TQ
The Dlinn Quality
Is uppermost in every one
of the hats from this shop.
fiats and Fans
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN
ROSES and every other
flower Brown, at
Rerotania Corner Smith.
' CBy BULLETIN ADS. PAY -JGi
The New Year!
i WITH A . I
I Solid Gold ii!
ead 1 1
I Durable Cheap1 1
I J.A.RJieira&Co. I
i 1 1
i 113 HOTEL ST., H0N0LULU.1 1
I .. .$- .j. . .;,
'? IN llfi'S WORLD I
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THAT DOUDLE CHIN.
When ruduclriK n double chin h
nian'ir,n, idiiink tho llesh on the heel.!
01 ilu- skin there will In' loose and
llabhj after the cushion of fat linn
been rubbed nwny. To tighten the
xkln dining this xjgorous trciitiiuiu
use antrlngcnta constantly.
In massaging away tho llesh nppll
r.itloUM of pome Hiiiooth preparation
are essential to prcelit the flngerh
Irom adhering to the xkln during the
The nctual miissnglng must be done
vigorously ami with such Mreiigth
that flesh will bu literally rubbed
i.wiiy If only tdlght presiiuro Is used
the BtrokliiK will ho developing
Wlthnut exception nil the rubbing
must be done with nn upward stioko.
This Is becauso a downward moilon
would mnku the muscles nag and the
whole face wouU becpnie dumping In
Simple Movements will Reduce Chin.
Very simple are moveinenlH to be
lived when only tho chin is to be iv
dure.!. For this work tho face should
be wet with tho lotion or cienm. If
Hie latter be employed, then the tip t
of the fingers of both hands nre placed
touching each other directly under the
middle of tho cliln.
With llrm pressure an upward
stroke Is made until the oats arc
reached, the fingers sliding along nn
tit at the completion of the incitement
I lie whole hand lit flat against the
luce on each sldo. This motion tdiotiM
be repented for at least ten minutes.
When that Ii:i3 been gone through
nilli one begins again under the chin,
this t lino drawing the liamls across
the throat back to the under part ol
I. istly, ono puts tho fingers n little
above the tip of tho chin and dtnws
them back until tho middle of the
ears aro leached.
Massage Chin Regularly Each Night.
At least ten minutes and preferably
fifteen, should bo consnr.ied each
night In Inking this trcalWnt. and If
one has time It will hasten the euro
to tepent tho ciH'iutlon In the morn
ing. Another help In tho woik Is al
ways lei soak the fuco In hot water
before beginning to rub. 'IhW hi not
Imporntitc, although It ii taken for
granted that the nkli will be quite
1 Tho Globs Trotters.
..-..i.j.;.;.;.; . i j...; , . . ;....$ .;,,
"Will you slum' me some brando.'s?"
nsLed n modest iIimi'.Iiik man. er.v Ron
teel III 'ipponrnneo mid uenrinn clothes
of a llrllbh out.
The cleilc pulliil nut n tr.iy of cold
bracelets, mid llu la-nlle'riaii looked
them oer i'iltleall.1
"Talk iilsilll the Jewi'lt1 abroad." Hie
cusliuner leiniirKi'd In a leimnt Milee,
"1 thinly our Auie'lian ' eiry Is much
iimru tasteful. Te lnud oer the
block In London, I'nrls. Meuua, iter
llu and St. I'cterdiiui;- I'm n Klolie
trotter, jou Ini'iu-iiiid I kIu yo-i
my wonl I'e not m-cii any sneh iiuliitiu
ill si jus ns lliofcc."
After he.iltntlni; a tuns "bile be
tween two or tluee bracelets he boucht
one fur $."0, paid for it b ehecls from
a poclict cheeU bonl. and told the Jew
eler to send It to the - hotel ns goon
us tho cheek was reported to be itood.
The next moruliii;, the elieeU having
been pronounced "good." the bracelet
A week Inter the same gentleman
strolled Into the sniue Jewelry store
anil nsked to mi some dlauiond soli
taire rhiKS. Tho same clerk Halted on
111 in mid drew forth a ease eontalnliiK
dlnmouilK woitli from $1U lo $100.
"Homelhliii; lietter, pleare." Hiild tho
ciiKtoiuer, ami, puttlm; back thu trny,
tho cirri; pulled out another with KemH
of far Kieiiter value.
"IthiBs are the same everywhere,"
tald tho cuHtomer after lookltif? over
the lot. "Let nic seu some broochei.
All, theso aio better. Theio Is more
clinucu for orlKlnallty In deUn, lly
Joe, that's n lictuit)! Qilll prlx? 'l'ou
my Mord, l'e loipeil so often In
I'nrls that I foreot I wuh In Amerlcu.
How much,-1 mean."
"1'lfty-tlvo liiimlivil dollars."
"Isn't that n big price V"
"Theio nro two illaiuonilH In It worth
JL',500 each unset."
Tho Keutlenian looked loiiRlimly at
tho brooch, went .aw ay, canio back thu
same aftenonn, looked oier tho stock
iiKaln and iikiiIu cluni; to.tho brooch,
"I'm iiiiiirciiHtoiniMl to American ways,"
he snld (q tho clerk. "I don't know
anything about this bouse, and, though
I'm a fair Judgo of diamond, I don't
like to put co much money Into them
without tho opinion of an expert.
Would your houso consider It Improp
er for mo to bring an expert hero, to
look at this brooch V"'
So the customer went out and tho
next day brought an oxpcit. v, bo pro
nounced tho diamonds of the Hist wa
ter, and tho customer, being atlllcil,
requested that the brunch ! sent to
hi.-, hotel for his wife's upprowil That
nf lei noon It wuh hruuglit Ibero by n
phrewd looking man, who suld he wuh
one of thu uieiubelM of the' llrm llu
was obliged to wait till the globe trot
ter sent for tlm expert; then thu bo j
clean. Mopping the flcidi with hot wa
ter will open the pores nlid make the
After the massage cold water should
be dashed ntcr tho face or tho skin
iliould bo wiped with cologne or other
toilet water to act ns aRtilngcut
stronger than tluil used with massage.
As J here Is no high load to beauty,
eno will not get rid of u double chin
ntcrnlght. Six weeks must olapso
before one Bees all) ehaiigu, but It will
come gindinlly and surely.
"What Is n sMtcr, what a hand slub
ber, what a crup abator?"
The'spetiker, an etymologist, flour
Ithcd a clipping.
"This Is from the 'Want' eolunms
of a boot and shoo Journal," he said.
"It has opened up n new tongue in
'me. Listen to somo of the strangely
" 'Wanted, an experiment calf
" "Wanted,, competent crup shatcrs,
nono others need apply.
" "Wanted, good man In rough stiif.
n I so one used In sorting up.
" 'Wanted, leg cutter.
" 'Wanted, a good hand slabber, al
io a gill to finish o!T.
" 'Wanted, n good skiver.
"'Wanted, sharp lad, tOjpuuch and
"'Smith & Co. require two tnblc
""Hand closers wanted; girl for
socking, and mi expcilcuced man nt
the wicket." "
""WetChlnese," said the law student,
helping himself to oysters, "give our
children queer unities. Our girls, for
Instance, are not railed Mabel, Jenny
or Matilda, but Cloudy Moon, Coles
Hal Happiness, Spilng I'each, or Cask
et of rerfumcB.
"Our boys get less delicious names.
Hoy3 aro made for work and wisdom
rather than for dancing and pleasure,
mil their names show this, as Prac
tical hidiifctry, Ancestral Knowledge,
Complete Virtue. Ancestral l'lcty, DIs
"To our glrU wo give still another
set of names. Yes. thot.o dear pathe
tic little slaves of ours, somo girts,
some boys, who do a hundred various
tasks about the house theso lowl)
creatures have nnmes like Not for
Me, .loy to Serve, Your Happiness,
and Humble Devotion."
Richly flavored, deliciously fresh,
inexpressibly tempting: Alagretti's
chocolate chips, nougat, tablets and
creams, at Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
The number of cattle icstroyod b
villi hc.iHlB In India last cur exceed
containing the broocli was ocneil, and
the Jems shone forth In great splendor.
The globe trotter's wife, a dcllcato
looking woman, who seemed to bo
tired out following her husband around
tho world, admired It Immensely. '
"Anj thing moro of mo I" asked tho
expert lifter staling that tho Jewels
were the same or nt-Jcnst of equal
value to those he had seen at tho store.
"Nothing more, thank jou," replied
tho euxtouicr, slipping n bill Into her
hand, "Nliw," he continued to tho
Jeweler, "I want this brooch with tliuso
Identical Jewels, and you want $.".r00
In good money. I don't ask you to
trust me. and I wouldn't trust any
body. 1 once bought a diamond In
Constantinople, and licfore I got It Into
ny possession u paslu facsimile had
bcenisubstlluled. What I propose Is
thlsl will put the brooch in this little
Ihix, seal it up. stamped with my own
seal and you take It llack lo the stoio
with my check for $5,500. Ah fooii as
the cheek I; pronounced good nt the
bank you send mo the box, still scaled.
What do jou thhikof thatV
"I think It nn unuSiinl method."
"Very well. If you object I suppose
wo shall have to call the sale off, I
don't comci lo take"
"As jou like." said tho Jeweler, who
knew there was $500 prollt In thu
The globe Irottcr placed tho brooch
In the bo, put n piece of wrapping
paper about II, tied with a, string, seal
ed Jt with a ring he wore on his little
linger mid wns about In hand It to thu
Jeweler when the wife shrieked and
put her bai.d to her heart. Tor a mo
ment all ejes were turned to her, then,
reeoierlng, she said:
"Don't iiiliul me. It's only ono of
those sharp pains I have ho often."
The husband, with an nnslous ex
pression, advancing to her, handed
tho box and a check to the Jeweler ns
he passed and, apparently dismissing
everything else thnli his wife's condi
tion, stood over her fanning her. The
Jen Her withdrew, oxptesslng a word
of sympathy befoie closing the door.
Tho next day the protest clerk cif the
haul; on which the clicik'hnd. been
drawn called on the Jewelers nnd pre
seated the check, on which was writ
Ion "No I'miils." A suspicion tlitiv
something was wrong came at once to
the Jeweleis, who tool, the box from
the safe, broke the seal, destroying the
Imprint of a !! pretty civil, and took
out n bit of newspaper. No brooch
A telephone to the hotel elicited tlie
Information lint the globe trotter am!
wife had gone ou.lvotllng'wlthln (en
minutes after ilie Jeweler had lt the
hotel. 'I ho nick consisted In chang
ing Ihe box lur, one ovitlv like It
when the trotter's wife sliileked. thus
momentarily withdrawing the Jewel
Notwltb".tiiudlug the polkv mode a
special epoit to cupturp the IIiI?i-b
1 and the launch, ne!tlir -was oer
fouud. V. TOWNSHND-HMmi.
1 . WANTS ;
The Little Ads. with the Rig Results '
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A hoy K team old. sluing anil licit
thj. wishes to leu n a trade (u Ho
nolulu. Would picfci board mid
lodging In the family Address
"3S9IA," llullctin, stating tindc
and terms. 33!) l-'JW
SAN l'KANCISCO AltGONAVTS
WANTKI); the older tho better.
Must ho cheap. Address W. It
Farrlngtuu, llullctin. lw
l'art Hawaiian ot fair nddress and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for tho right man. Ad
dress this office, "Man." 3811 1-tr
A position by a competent bookkeep
er. Address "A.," Ilulletln.
Clean -vlplng mgs at the Bulletin of
riess-feedeis Mercantile I'tg.
Kxfl'rleiiccil bookkeeper desires per
manent position. Address V. O. '
llox 150, City. 3S'J0-lw ,
DOARD AND ROOM.
Hoard nm! lomns In private family
for two gentlemen or man and
wife nt Kalmukt. Addicss I. O.
llox 513. 3881-lw
First-class rooms en sulto and single
at moderate prices by tho clay,
week or month, ct the Hotel Del
monlco, 130 Ueretanla near Fort.
J. II. O'Neill, proprietor. 3818-3m
Large house on llcrctanta St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished room with board, I'una
Jiou and Hastings Sts. Addicss
"M.." this office. 3S92-tf
Vurnlshcd cottage and housekeeping
rooms. F. I:. King, Cottage Grove.
l-'our-room cottage, mtllalilo for bach
elor's quarters. 1-1." Ileretniil.i.
Two front furnished looniB, 1812 Ll
iiim st. ysss-tt
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color.
Itoturn to Tarn lllng. City Meat
Co.; ir. reward :!Ss:i-'
" -""- ?2X -
M 1 MTrillMMf
III Ail ILIJIl 11X11
Scalp TreatineiUj Facial Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Phone 491. 1150 Fort St.
-B 41 T T E R
Jl'ST TRY IT.
HENRY MAY & CO. LTD.
Wholesale 02 Phones 22 Retail
TirTTWA TJATTT. !!.... f TT .
A Havana Cigars;' William Penn.
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, So cigar, always to tho
front. Edgeworth, Quboid, and T.
& B. Smoking Tobaccos. MYRTLE
CIGAR STORE and F1TZPATRICK
BROS,, Agents. "
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY O00DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols-.' Phone 261.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beietania
St. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
You Want ElecHc Wiring Done or
Private Telephona? Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELFCTRIC CO.,
CO Beietania St. Phone 315.
:;ntl fl S In easl-linn Kcwcr pipe. I
iill-coj pi Tninx Ktcilllzers tin lin
ed, 1 nll-coppcr water still, tilt
lined: 1 all-copper 10-gal vin.m,
Jctket keltic; '1 all-coppor wh ii
boilers. Ummcluth A Co., Ltd ,
1 If. King St.; I'hone 211.
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trec-s
and all Improv-incnts. Two min
utes' walk from cars and I'unaho.
College. Address It. !'.. this office".
Ilecf cattlo for salo at Kahuku, Hawaii
Apply Col. Sam N'orrls Wolohlnn
S4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR OR0CER.
F. L. WALDR0N, Agent.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W; W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath rooms and kitchens.
Wilder & Co.
Dr. A.N. Sinclair
,M movC(i hi, ofriccs to 2XotcI St. bc-
tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m.: 4 to 5 p. ra.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sun-
avs by appointment. Tcls. 377 or
ass. lies. ia4.
M. Philips & Co.
Wholeciia imcners and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY OOODt.
POtlT and QUEEN T
(FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
I Next to the Orphtum Theatre.
, . .
! ClTine4C; Goods
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 147
HonoiulH Clothes Cleaning Co.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAtlLE DYEING AND
Kort Street, Phone 675.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobile, etc, call on
Back of Peter',
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street ,::.'.: :: Honolulu.
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