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EVENINO nULLHTlN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JAN. IC, 1008.
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. mam debeotort ckSIIi
B au VvvtnP Br
Mm. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Itnplrt, process with
thorough training. Studio, 276
lloretnnla St , near AInkcn St. Sco
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders Hhnuld ho loft at tho Ha
waiian News Co.. Young hldg. Phono
291 or cor. Alakoa and Hotol Sts.
See Hastings for repairs of Locki,
Ky. Music Boxes, Shnrpenlng of
Flno Cutlery. Hear Union tlrlll.
JJIank books of all eortr, ludgcra
etc. manufactured by tho Uullotln Pub
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
Manage Eitates, 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, vhclesome, and of every
Bcrctania, Al&keft. and Union.
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted.
hi tiocn uert for ovr 8IXTA'
YBAitH liv MILLIONS ot Jtothora
E3 1NO, yrMi perfect cucceu. IT
BOOTIIUS tho CHILD, MH'TENS M
tho UUMB. ALIAYU all pnln, E
CURlil WIND COLIC, mid li th Elf
3 UmtremedyforDIAllKHU.'A. Sold Eg
4 by DrugKUta in every part of the ESJ
3 world, lio suru and aslc for Vra. tzl
3 Wimlow'uRoothln-rBynipBndtako fcl
3 no other kind. 2J Cents a Settle. EJ
Hee Kau SCee,
K0. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr. KUKUI,
for Owr 60 Imm
b-"-- jfcMMll I I
ill rwffliAitofrv-ifcliifirii f.ihUrir frwMwnftrtufw
I EDUCATION ml $4 J I
lessons in French and Italian given
by Mm. Amelia Smith, daughter of
Prof. Swift i linguist) J rapid meth
od, perfect ncrcnt; moderate-terms.
Studio, 700 Quarry St., cornor of
Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata,
Tort St. near Kukul.
For house-help, phone White 2231, Ma.
klkl. General Employment OfTlco,
ror Pemieola nrm Wcrctnnla.
Yee Sinn Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
unuui hi., uot. Hotel and rauahl.
AND OTHER DELICATE FABRICS
may bo quickly and safely cleansed
It is also a useful cleaning agent
for felt hats apd other wearing ap
parel: and not only does it work effi
ciently, hut it leaves no unpleasant
Lewers& Cooke, Ltd.
177 S. KING ST. PHONE EX. 20
and French Pastry
are delicious at the
Our Suits made to
your measure for
arc guaranteed to give
satisfaction, so that
you get your money's
Geo. A. Martin
Open Until 5:30 P. M.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIM ICE AND ELECTING CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone P23
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
A Specialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
F. 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging nnd Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
ROSES nnd every other
flower grown, at
Ecretftiiia Comer Smith,
1 m toWilfriMrfatoriilr' It,, - atiiJ,i-iii. -,-,.
That the place to get
is at this market.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.,
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
The Tailored Hats
shown here arc chic and
Slats and Fans
ALWAYS THE LATEST IN
if rSteinway S
fl and out pianos. rj
t THAYER PIANO CO. 1
VI ISfi linTRt. P.TllEET. t
Phono 218 B
TUNING MIAUANTKCD. Q
rjmni' m n.mkHnu.ugrWTWW
I The New Year!
I WITH A I
Solid Gold I
j Durable Cheap j
I 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.! I
J. .;. .;. .3, .J.
TO COOK MACARONI
llollod macaroni or spaghetti. Put
tho contents of n 5-ient package ot
macaroni or spngliottl In two quarts
of Baited bolting water ami let boll
for tlility minutes. Dinlu In colan
der anil lour warm wnter over It to
M.incli. Then put In enough nillh to
i over macaroni or Bp.itfhetll, mid u
limping toasponuful or butter, bo.ikoii
It li salt nnd pepper to milt lualo and
iillow mncaronl or HpnKbcttl to cook
in tho mill; from ten to tlftecii mln
linked mncaronl or spaghetti.
Cook llio contents of a .'-cent pni-LnHo
of iimcnronl or spaghetti In two
nuaits of united wnter for tlility niln
u tea; clinln In colander and pour
warm wator nvor It to blanch. Put In
linking pan n layer of mncaronl or
tpaghcltl, then n Inyer of grated
cheese; add salt ami pepper to suit
liiHto and a small riunntlt) of butter,
until tho material Is used, making tho
last laer cheese. Then pour on
enough rich milk or cream to (over
macaroni or hpnghcttl and ImKu from
one-half to tlireo-ounilerK of an hour.
l-'rled macaroni or spaghetti with
gravy. Let tho contents ot a !i-rcnt
pnekago ot macaroni or spaghetti
t oil In two iiuiirtH ot Halted water for
t!ilit minutes; add a little butter,
lomo good moat ginvy. kimmmi with
tall nnd pepper to suit taste. Try In
inuecpan until sllghtl browned.
&eivo cry hot.
Macuionl or spaghetti with white
sauce. Ilrlng to tho boll 0110 pint of
ikh milk or cream, ndd celery salt to
Milt taste, thicken with one tablc
rpnonful of butter creamed with one
dessertspoonful of Hour. Hull In two
marts of boiling salted water for
thirty minutes tho contents ot a 5
teut packngo ot macnionl or spa
ghetti, drain In a colander iml pour
warm water oyer It to blanch. Ar
ratigo tho macaroni or spaghetti and
(.rated rliccso In layers In dish, start
ing with n laser of macaroni or spa
ghetti, then pour the sauce over and
Mncaronl or spaghetti with (lsh.
lloll tho contents ofu .Vient packngo
of macnionl or spaghetti In two
quarts ot sailed boiling water for
thirty minutes; drain In colander mid
pour warm water oer i to. blanch.
Cook tho fish in the water In which
ICopvrlcht. 17. ti C. II. Sutcllrte I
Old Peter Illilnchart, Imcliulor. wart n
veiy rich 111:111 and n very queer man.
He had two brother mid a slslei mid
three or four nephew 1 unit nieces, but
for the last thirty jean of his life not
one of them win p.-nultleil to step foot
ucrnsi Ills thrc-di il-l When he reached
the ago of n'vcnty and I1I1 health trad
begun to fall all hl icljtlws nnd
friends besought him to change hli
wny of living. There was fear that
ho would die alone unit unattended.
The old man lefuscl to make any
change whatever. What was feared
came to pars wllhln a year,, After the
old man hnd not been seen for two
days the bullae u:w broken into, ami
he wan found tli-nd.
Old Peter bail made Ills will sis
months before. He had given to flinr
Ity. nnd ho Iind been generous with nil
Ids relatives, but (be bulk of bis for
tune had been left to 11 lel't.llu nephew
mid niece. John Ithlneh.irt was twenty-four
yeani old mid a sou of the old
liinn's In-other. Mary D.ivU vvns twen
ty mill n daughter of bis sister. lie
had not feeu either one of them 11
don-Mi tlm'fi In Ills life. Though rela
tives, they coidlnlly disliked each oth
er. They met but iiehloui nnd ulways
quarreled when they did meet. Nei
ther wns liked by the other relatives.
At tho time of tho old man's death
both wero engaged to bo married to
Had old Peter studied for years ho
could not have wrought out a worse
plan than he put In practice. Tho
money was left to this pilr on cntull
Hon that they mnrry. If they did not
marry, it wits to l.o divided up among
tho others; if .hey did, tho onu who
survived the oilier took nil.
At llrst both nephew nnd niece de
clined that they would not accept tho
legacy under tho terms. They flouted
the Idea, nnd they talked of going to
law. After n bit they took n dln'crcut
vlow of tho case. Tho spirit of nvnrlco
liicdomhintcd In both, nnd in their
seltlsliness they concluded to obey tho
provision. It wns stipulated that they
must live together for nt least flvo
years unless death Intervened and tho
legacy wns to bo paid In the annual
Installments. Their engagements to
others were broken, and they wero
married. They became man and wife,
but lived together ns two strangers.
Tho feeling for each other wns 0110 ot
Ono day three months after lunrrliiso
they went riding together In n boat 011
a mill pond. The husband hoped that
homo accident would happen nnd tho
wlfo Ih) drowned. While ho wns plan
ning to "iKvldentallj" lose an oar und
bo swept over tho dam Hie produced a
pistol and threaten! d to shoot him If
iniS thing went wrong. A month later
lio iWt Jsvyul ilmt Shu hadnsled for
.fe.n t. a
j Nephew and Niece, j
tho mncaronl or spaghetti was boiled.
Take the moat of tho fish nnd cut It
up Into small pieces. Place In tho
bottom of a baking dish n layer of
macaroni or spaghetti, then n Inyor of
butter nnd grntod cheese: next 11 lay
er of fish nnd repent until material H
I used, making last laser butter and
.heec. Put In oven and brown.
L'rnhs mid lobsters may be used In tho
A movement has started In England
nnd In (Icrmnny to lite dancing In the
reboots nnd gMunnslums Instead of
dumb-bells, Indian cluhs nnd calis
thenics. Tho ilnnco has Iieietoforo
been legnrdcd lis an aesthetic dlor
slon, but It has now been approved by
scientific eniloisemeut ns admirably
uffectlu for pliS'flcal culture. It Is,
Indeed, 11 most lgoious form of exer
cise nnd, when Intelligently taught,
strengthens all the Important muscles
of tho body.
One of the most expert leuehcrR of
physical culture dancing is Miss VI11
cent, principal of tho Court School or
Deportment In Loudon. Her aim Is
the practical application of different
forts of dancing to the perfect tluvol
opment of the body lu all Its parts
In explaining the now system of exer
cise Miss Vincent says:
"Tho movements of graceful dances
have the most encouraging results In
tho cultivation of the human figure
The gliding minuet will teach women
how to walk. Tho Spanish move
ments will Induce llssoniness. A
."ose. n tambourine, or castanets deck
ed with brilliant ribbons will replace
tho unattractive dumb-bell.
"Tho present-day girl who Indulges
In rough spoil and atheltlcs t.hould
pay particular attention to beauty and
figure culture." said Miss Vincent.
"Too much tlmo Is iqiciit on face
mas-dige and the coiffure, to tho neg
lect of the figure, and particularly of
"We notice many ladles well
dressed nnd well shod, with no Idea
how to move their feet correctly. The
statutes of Phidias do not show the
distorted Joints, curled over toes, nnd
thickened ankles which wo see today.
"All theso faults can bo cured by n
careful manipulation ot the body iind
feet, and no other exercise can insure
the foundation of 11 good cnrrlago bet
tor than the careful study of dancing
I contend that In the early stages ot
training It Is moro beneficial to coax
nnd humor tho muscles by the c-le
Kant movements of the old French
nilnuetB nnd Spanish danocs. nnd to
proceed gradually to more forcible ex
erclscs to gnln strength."
liblHijn 11 . tho clrrts slorc, ft 11 it ho charg
ed iter with an Intention of killing him
nnd thereafter wns suspicious of his
food. It was shown after his denth
that ho bought n live rattlesnake mid
let It looo in the orchard. It wns
shown that she removed n ladder to
glvo him a fall from tho roof of tho
house. Khe went rowing nlono to Iind
that tho oars had lecn tmnpered with,
nud but for a boy sho would hnvo beeu
swept over tho dam and drowned. He
found that n gun ho wns cleaning and
carelessly handling wns loaded Instead
There was 110 doubt lu tho mind of
nny villager that tho couple lulled each
other so bitterly that each had murder
nt heart .mil that murder would have
been done but fur tho fear of tho
law. A J ear passed away. Tho flint
portion of the legacy had come when
ilio marriage took place. Tho second
was paid when tho first year hnd ex
pired. A few days after this money
had been leeelved tho husband sug
gested to the wlfo thnt they visit Nl
ngara fulls. They had not left tho vil
lage since their marriage.
"Ho wants to throw mo Into tho
raplihi nud tend mo over the fulls,"
said the wlfu to herself as the suit
gcstlon was made, but In 11 moment
she replied that sho would lie glad to
"Sho will bring about my death there
it she can do It," said tho husband to
hliui.uir us bo looked at her.
Ilolh wero right. Wo nil saw them
leavo tho village, and It was aft
erward said that they seemed to de
mean themselves more llko husband
nnd wlfo than over before. At the
fulls they wero taken forn nevU- mar
ried couple on tber wedding tour.
They strolled about, with her linn In
Ills', laughing und chatting, und yet nil
the time they mistrusted each other
nud eiK.li had a plan. This dissembling
lasted three dajs. They wnlUed
through Prospect pail: and over on
Clout island by day nud lu the evening,
but nt length they tool; their l?'t
walk. It wns down to the very brink
of tho falls. They sat there mid held
hands, mid Ills arm was around her
Thirty ilirfeient pcoplo nothed them.
Ily mid by as tho hour grew Into all
want away ull but these two They
continued to sit there us people looked
back. When they had not reached
their hotel at midnight n bt '. alarm
wns tent out. When rnin:!"' day
came nnd they had uot show 11 1 p II ere
wns a teaieh iniiile, mid tho lund'ord
opened two letters found In their 100m
and directed to him Tho ono read-
"If anything happens to mo hero
liavo in) wlfo nrreMed. Sho seeks my
Tho above wns signed by tho hus
band, 'llio oilier was skilled 1 the
wife and tend;
"My husband has brought me here
to take my life. If he kimveds I want
hlin hung "
lloth had gone over the falls tosetb"
er. Their bodies nviu found far down
a weolc later. M. QUAD.
1 The Little Ads. with iQ Big Results
Cheap dump-cm t 01 goose-nei k drny
capable ot cairvlng 1 cubic yd. of
rock. "K. i: ," this oflke.
A boy IT, sears old, strong nnd hc-il-thy,
wishes to learn a trado In Ho
nolulu. Would prefer board und
lodging In tho family. Addicss
"3S9IA," llullctln, stating trado
und terms. 3(j'j4.ivt
Part Hawaiian of fair address nnd
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
portunity for tho right man. Ad
dress this ollicc, "Man." 3Syi-lf
Clean 'lplng tags at the Dulletln of-
Largo house on lleretanln St. noxt
to Queen's Hospital; .rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished 100m with board, Puna
hou and Ilastlnga Sts. Address
"M" this ollku. 3SU'i-tt
turnlshcd cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms. 1'. i:. King, Cottngo Grove.
Four-room cottage, suitable for bach
elor's quarters. 12 4G llcrctania.
Two front furnished rooms, 1S1L' M-
llha St. :!tJS3-t!
A pointer dog, whlto and liver color.
Heturn to Tain Hlng, City Meat
Co.; J5 reward. 3S33-lm
sum of money. Owner may hnvo
pa mo by applying to P. Mclnerny,
Port Street, and paying costs.
New High-Marked Ta
pas. Baskets, Fans and
Mats. HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Alx. Young Bldg.
sold on easy terras
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
Odd Fellows' Bldg., Tort St.
fresh every morning at
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.,
We have everything in
WALL, NICHOLS CO.
Scalp Treatment. Facial Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
115G Fort St.
ADELINA PATTI; Queen of Ha
Havana Cigars; William Penn,
King of Havana Cigars; Rough
Rider, 5o cigar, always to the
front. Edgcworth, Quboid, and T.
& B. Smoking Tobaccos. MYRTLE
CIGAR STORE nnd FITZPATRICK
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING,
GOODS of EVERY DE- 1
Repaired nnd Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LSNORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 2G1.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014, 203 Beretania
St. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
. - ,rt.V
'&&4tl.. jAJL l'..H' 11 m, u
3U0 ft. 8-ln cast-iron sewer pipe, 2
all-copper Trunx sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 all-copper wuter still, till
lined; 1 nil-copper 40-gal. steam
jacket kettle; 1! all-copper wash
boilers. Kmmeluth & Co., Ltd.,
110 King St.; Phono 211.
Pine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trecw
nnd nil Improvements. Two min
utes walk from cars and PunnbOi
College. Addrces It. F this office.
ncef cattlo for sale nt Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Som Norrls, Wnlohlnti
$4,00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR QR0CER.
HONOLULU SOAP V-0RK5 CO.
F. I. WALDRON, Agent.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Wilder & Co.
Dr. A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices to Hotel St. be
tween Alakca nnd Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphris). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. m.; 4 to 5 p. m.j 7 to 8 n. m. Sun
days by appointment. Tels. 377 or
385. Res. 13S4.
m. Phillips & Co.
Wholeitie importers and Jobber.
AMERICAN DRY QOODt.
ORT and OUEEN OT
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.
EARLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. rhouo 676.
For Expert Repairs on Dlcycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc, call on
J. 5 Santos,
Daek of Peter's,
PHONE 361. I.NION ST.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street ;; ;: :: Honolulu.