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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 15, 1008.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Itapld progress with
thorough training. Studio, 270
Dcrotunla St., near Alnkca St. See
Mr. Jas. Ghcrldan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should lio loft at tho Ha
waiian News Co., Young bldg. Phone
294 or cor. Alakoa and Hotel Sts.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Kfys. Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Kino Cutlory. Hear Union Grill.
Wank books of all sortr, ledgers
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
Manage Estates, Collect
Buy and sell Property.
Invest your funds. Make
loans on real estate or
Act as Trustee, Guardian,
Write Fire Insurance.
Buy and sell Stocks and
Bethel Street, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Alakea. and Union.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE9.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
hs tieen u4 .for. over sixiv
YKAHrt by MILtlONS ot Mothers
lorlhclrl-llUJJKil.N vmiio'i umii-
1NO, wlih perfect succeu. IT
bOOTHKS the Cinr.T), BOL'TEN3
T1 i;ukiip W1INU
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tnn uuu. ALh.y mi nan.
COMC, ana Is the
beet remedy for DIAURIIU; A. Sold
by DrugitUU In every part ot tho
world, fits bura ond ailc for Mrs.
;3 Vlaslow'3 Soothing 8yrupndtako
l- no other kind. 25 Cuts a Dottle.
Hee Kau Kee,
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUI.
lessons in French and Italian given
by Mrs. Amelia Smith, daughter of
Prof. Swift (linguist) : rapid meth
od, perfect accent; moderate terms.
Studio, 700 Quarry St., corner of
Umbrellas re-covered. T.
Kort St. near Kukul.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment OfQco,
cor Pen3amla nnn Berotanla.
Yeo Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith Rt. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
AND OTHER DELICATE FABRICS
may be quickly and safely cleansed
It is also a useful cleaning agent
for felt hats and other wearing ap
parel; and not only does it work effi
ciently, but it leaves no unpleasant
Lewers& Cooke, ltd.
177'S. KING ST. PHONE EX. 20
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
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 28
sets the standard for
Candies and Ice Cream
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC, ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
A Specialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
F. & Nagaini,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and' Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Beretania Corner Smith.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tbo Dull-it lu Pub
That the place to get
is at this market.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.,
P0R LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
The Tailored Hats
shown here are chic and
Hats and Fans
The New Yean
ALWAYS THE LATEST IN
mtimirtwnttmsrmr.'w i wuiiwwraggra
AND OTHUn PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 HOTEL STllfcET.
I JARJieira&Co. 1
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU. I
It -1 -'l -V ?l At 41 t. '. '. '. ". -it -V At
iV if of A' if iv n" . . . .. .. i"
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Chile Con Came
Seod six red chiles and cover with
boiling water, soak until tender, then
scrape the pulp Into the water. Cut
two pounds of round steak In small
pieces and fry brown In dripping,
then add one tahlcspoonful of Hour
and brown It. Cover with tho cbllo
water, add n llttlo garlic and thyme,
put In two cloves nnd slmtnar until
tho meat Is tender.
Sea Foam Filling for Spice Cake
Thice tups ot brown sugar nnd
three-quarters of a cup of water,
bollfd together until n little dropped
into cold water forms a hall. Add n
teaHpuonful of vinegar und a tea
spoonful of vanilla, nnd pour upon
tho beaten whites of two eggs. Heat
for ten minutes, then spread on thu
Teddy Cake or Fruit Cake
uue anil one-iiau cups in iiiuwh
sugar; ono cup of sour mill.; one cup
of currants or rnlslns; one-half cup
of butter; one tablespoonful of soda;
one-half tablespoonful each of cin
namon, cloves nnd ginger; three
scant cups of Hour. UnUu In a good
Sift a pint or Hour well utli ono
tcnspoonful of baking powder mid
one of salt. Heat threo eggs very
light, add u pint of milk, then tho
flour, and, when beaten light, pour
Into greased and heated wnfflo Irons.
iiring a pint 01 hhik 10 me uoii
and put Into It ten tablespoonsful or
line bread crumbs, live tablespoonsful
ot grated chocolate, lump of butter
tho site of a walnut, three-quaiters
of n tnblespoonful of sugar and the
beaten jolUs of four eggs. Turn Into
a buttered pudding mold nnd bake
until dono. Whip the whites of the
eggs btlff for u nicrlnguo on top of
One cup of butter creamed wltli
two cups of sugar; ndd threu well-
beaten eggs, a. quart of Hour, tho
Julco nnd half the rind of one lemon,
mixed with ono tnblespoonful of bak
ing soda, and added last of all. Holl
thin, cut Into rounds nna bake. -
One cup of sugar, ono cup of mo
lasses, ono cup of lard, two tenspoon"
fuls each of ginger and faking soda,
the latter dissolved In ono cup of hot
runn Powell and hugene IIoss wcro
partner.! In Imslnesa. They weru uliout
tho same age. but of n different do
mestic expcrlencr. Powell was a mar
ried man with n family of children,
while ltifti was n bachelor. Tho Pow
ells Had a daughter named May, who
was tho apple of her father's eye.
When May was In her luat year nt
school her mother went abroad with
the other children, .May remaining nt
homo to flnlsh her education. Hut dur
ing tho spring tho father decided to
go abroad nnd bring his wlfo nnd
children home. Ho suspected Mny of
an Incipient nttachmeut to n young
man whom ho didn't tike nnd was
loath to leave her. lie asked Itosi If
bo would keep uu eye on the girl dur
ing his absence ami prevent any en
tanglement. IIoss did not relish tho
task, but consented. It was nrrauged
that lie should take up his quarters in
tho Powell home.
".Mr. ltosV Mid Miss May ono Fri
day evening. "Paul Swaun has asked
mo to drlvo with hlin tomorrow after
noon. Mny I go'"
Paul Hwann was thu objectlouablo
young mnu, and Mr. ltoss promptly
forbado his charge to accept tho In
vitation. "Dear me," said tho girl, with a
pout, 'Saturday Is tho only day In the
week that I hao for recreation, nnd I
supposo I must mopo at homo!"
"You needn't do that. I'll tako you
nnywhero you wish to go."
"Will you? How nice! Let's drive."
Mr. ltoss ordered up his horse nnd
sidebar wagon. and took little Miss
May for a drlvo. Tho afternoon was
Hue, tho roads good, and the girl kept
up nn Incessant chatter that sounded
to tho elderly bachelor as refresh
lug as falling water. When they
renched homo she told hlin that sho
had n much nicer time than If sho bad
gono with "thnt boy," nnd Mr. ltoss
was very much flattered.
During tho first week that Mr. Itoss
played duenna ha kept a sharp eyu
on liU charge that Is, after 5 o'clock
In tho afternoon. For tho rest of tbo
day ho was at his ofllre nnd May was
In school. Tho second week ho re
laxed Bomewhat from his watchful
ness, for ho was driving her out dur
ing tho long twilight evenings after
dinner. During tho third week ho de
bated whether It was possible that a
man of his ago could impress a girl
of nineteen. During tho fourth week
bo mado up his mind that this was not
only possible, but that ho hud dona so.
Then Mr. Itoss began to b very
much ashamed of himself. Ho had
been put In charge of his friend's
daughter to prevent her tjlng herself
up with n young mnn near her own
age, and ho Ihigcno Itoss nearly as
oUX as. ber father, was steallui: her for
p.-rrr.-.-nrm JiJlT- .gsj
j His Last Love Affair, i
water; enough Hour to make it stlrf
dough; roll out, cut Into enkes nnd
Lettuce Sandwiches No. 1
Spread thinly cut slices of lloslon
brown bread with cream cheese, dip
a crisp lettuco leaf In Fiench dress
ing, lay It on one slice of hi cad and
cover with another slice. Servo very
Lettuce Sandwiches No. 2
Cut rrustlesa slices of whlto bicnd
very thin nnd butter lightly, dip n
crisp lettuce leaf Into mayonnaise
dicsslng nnd lay between two slices
Certainly there nro romo odd but
very pretty veils this season. One
noticeable feature of the winter veils
Is tho velvet dot. Dotted ulls have
not been seen for jcars, ct the now
ones nro noticeable for the searrlty
of dots on one single veil, and the
Immense size of tho coin ellect. One
veil mny have n single dot, two,
three or live, nnd no dlffcrcnco how
marked, the dots nrc conspicuous,
though placed where, as one dealer
says, they will do the least (lanugo.
They nro like beauty patches, only
much larger. Ono must know bow
to adjust u veil ot this kind, or the
dot may appear on the mouth, one
cjo, tip of tho nose or point ot the
chin, and It gives n quaint apppar
nnce to the wearer. Other veils are
extremely thin, rather plain of weave
und daintily trimmed on tbo edges
with borders of satin, npplted or wov
en In tho texture.
IT IS SAID.
Tho host sponges cost $10 n pound.
Itaco horses often wear aluminum
Tho average pig yields 112 pounds
Tho first balloon ascent took place
Tho talo of women's gloves out
numbers that of men's 17 to 1.
Librarians say that people read
moro In November than In any other
Hens' eggs run soen to the pound
in Spnln. eight In America, nlno In
Itussln, and ten In Germany.
Cyprus raises 30,000 tons of locust
beans a ear. They all go to Scot
land to mako whisky.
Tho axcrago Indla-i libber treo yields
three pints of Julco, which makes
phout n pound of rubber.
Perlgord, In Franco, produces an
annual crop of 1000 tons of truffles
They Bell nt wholesale for $5000 a
ton J2.S0 a pound.
GTniselfT Not iEiit he posHivuiy' miuTo
love to her; Indeed, bo maintained u
dignified rcservo most of tho time and
tho rest was occupied In parr lug cer
tain assumption of tho girl with ref
erence to their relative position. Ho
wished It understood Hint they wcro
drifting Into a mutual admiration,
while tho girl Fccmcd to consider tho
matter as a foregone conclusion.
Tho Powell family were expected
from abroad about the 1st of July,
when all exoept tho father wcro to go
to tho country. As tho tlmo for their
arrival approached ltoss grew moro
and more 111 nt unsc. He felt assured
that what his filcnd had set hlin to
guard against hnd not happened, ltut
what had ho to say Willi regard to his
own actions; How could ho look his
partner In tho face? He made up his
mind to a masterly Inactivity. He
would not acknowledge that he lm.1
meant any lovemaklng, nor would ho
take pains to deny It.
Tho day nftcr tho family nrrlvcd
Evan Powell entered tho counting
room of Powell, ltoss ,fc Co. with n face
black as a thunder cloud. IIo motion
ed ltos-s to Join him In the prlvnto of.
flee. Itos,s, quaking, his face scarlet,
never doubting that Mny had told of
their relationship, went In to his part
ner feeling like u whipped cur.
"You're a pretty fellow to leave In
clmrgo of n bclioolglrl!" said Powell
"Well?" said ltoss, trying to appear
unconscious or nny dereliction, but pre
ferring to wnlt for bis partner to ills
closo Just what and how much ho
"I went away, asking you to keep
wnlcb of my daughter and seo that she
had nothing to do with thnt follow
"I was with her almost constantly
after business hours, nnd I mil quite
Ruro sho has not seen hlin since J on
"Seen him? Sho's gouo and married
"Married him!" exclbucd Itoss, with
ejes nud mouth wide open. "When?
"Tho week after I left lu u parson's
study. Sho hasn't been to school half
a dozen days since I went abroad."
"Ilut her tcachers-tlou't thoy usually
notify parents of scholars' absences?"
"Sho watched the postmun."
"i:au," said Itoss after a long pause
during which thu mulcted father walk
ed back ami forth within tho narrow
limits, "I don't know which Is thu big
gor fool, jou or I jou to put an old
batch In cfuirgo of n schoolgirl or I to
bo hoodwinked by her."
"Well, (Jene," said tho other, throw
lug himself Into n chair, "you needn't
feel nbashed at jour failure. From tho
cradlo n girl child Is ninro than n
match for tho sharpest mail ll lug."
That ended tho old bachelor's love
affair, and he was so discouraged that
bo never hnd another. Tho jouug con
plo were forgUeu, and the match turn
ed out a very happy one.
AMY II. KUNNUDY.
The Little ids. with the Big Results j
Cheap dutnp-tart or goose-tuck dray
'capable of c.irrlng 1 cubit d. of
rock. "K. E ." this ofllre.
A boy 15 oarg old, strong nnd hoil-
thy, wishes to learn a trnde In Ho
nolulu. Would prefer board and
lodging In tho family Addiess
"3S0IA," lliillctln, stating trade
and terms. US'Jl-'ju
Part Hawaiian of fair nddrcss and
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for tho right man. Ad
dress this olflcc, "Man." USttl-tf
Clean -vlplng tags at tho Bulletin of
Largo house on llcretnnla St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. V. V. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished room with board, l'una
hou and Hastings Sts. Address
"M.," this office. 3SU2-tf
Furnished cottago and housekeeping
rooms. F. E. King, Cottngo Grove.
Four-room cottage, suitable for bach
elor's quarters. 12 If. Ilorctnnla.
Two front furnished rooms, 1X12 I.l-
llba St. 3SS3-tf
A pointer dog, whlto nnd liver color.
Return to Tain Hlng, City Meat
Co.; J 5 reward. 3SS3-lm
A sum of money. Owner may have
Kuno by appljlng to P. Mclneriiy,
Fort Street, and paying costs.
New High-Marked Ta
pas. Baskets, Fans and
Mats. HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Alx. Young Bldg.
sold on easy terms
BEROSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Fort St.
fresh every morning at
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Scalp Treatment. Facial Massage,
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
1150 Fort St,
A DELINA PATH: Queen of Ha
n Hnvana Cicars: William Perm.
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 5o cigar, always to the
front. Edgeworth, Quboid, and T.
& B. Smoking Tobaccos. MYRTLE
CIGAR STORE and FITZPATRICK
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 201.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beretania
St. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
300 ft 8-ln cast-iron sewer pipe, 2
all-copper Truax sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 nil-copper water still, tin
lined, 1 nil-copper 40-gnl steam
jacket kettle; 2 all-copper wah
hotlers. I.'mmoluth & Co., Ltd.,
IK. King St., Phone 211.
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Punahott
College. Address It. T.. this offlco.
necf cottlo for salo st Knhuku, HawnIL
Apply Col. Sara Norrls. Walolilnu
$4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR GROCER.
F. L. WALDRON, Agent.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages 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 & Co.
Dr. A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices to Hotel St. be
tween Alakea and Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m. ; 4 to o p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sun
days by appointment. Tels. 377 or
385. Res. 1384.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholemo importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY QOODfc
FORT nnd QUEEN STS
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 14T
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Co.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Fhone 676.
Par pyn.rt R.natra nn nlevH.. Mn.
. . r.. . ..., . f ., ...V
torcycle, Automobllei, etc, call on
J. 5 Santos,
Back ot Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION 8T.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
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