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KVI3NIN0. I1UM.13TIN, HONOMTliU. T. rt , SATITTtllAY, Hill, t:., 130S.
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Hiipld piogiou Thrtiougli
(raining, 270 Hcriwi.ili St tll
Seo 8I311. 3021-ltn
Mrs. Anna E. Tcctzcl, soprano. The
Mol 1 an method (it (iiou pholiiK.
Studio, Alt League Horns 10 ti 2
Mr. Jaa, Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders thnuld lio left nt tlio Hi
wnllan News Co . 01111g hldg. rhone
201 or cor. Alu'.rn ami Hotel Sts.
Sen Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys. Music Uotoa, simponlog of
rino Cutlery Heir Union Orlll
JW BULLETIN AHS.
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bctUooms, pallor, dir.ingroom, kitcli
cn, bath, lanai, &c.
BishopTrust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT OTREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities,
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WIL3ER and QULICK AVE3.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort St.
Rcrctauia, Ahkss, end Union.
For Ste 60 Y
Mra.WSnslow's """ 'fj
has ticcn ofrt for
V15AKH fr MILUOl
MILLIONS ot lluthtrs
1NO, vtth .perfect aucccu. IT
C3 bOUTIIKM U10 CllII.I), BOl'TEKU
np urloiJk''uli " I'am.
CURES WIND COLIC, ana U tho
by DruKKlita la every cart of tho
world. Ita sura and rsl for Vrs.
Winalow'a Bootblnp 8yrupond taLe
Co other Und. 25 Cents a tottl.
&n Old and WelMrisd Remssfo
General Jotbins A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper. Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Bcrctania
St. near Emma W. B. KAM, Mgr.
Lesions n French and Italian given
liy Mi 1 Amelia Smith, daughter of
I'mf Svirt (linguist); rnpld nictli
ik), pi-rfi ( t lucent; modcrnto terms.
Studio, 70(5 Quarry St, corner ot
ro- hcuae-he p, r-hona Whlto 2E91, M
ut tl Openil Kmploymont Ofllro,
ror PuT-ncnl.i unit Horetitnls
Veo Slnjj Kco Plumber end Tinsmith,
Smith St bet. Ilotol and r.anakl
a Ions way; so docs a little
You aro piobably used to
the scratches mid marred
scots on your woodwork; but
other people arc not.
All it, needs to give it new
v life awl bcautv is n denning
and an applicatior pi
The natural beauty of the
wood will be brought out
again, whether it is floors,
woodwork, or furniture.
Lewers & Cooke,
Agents. 177 S. King Sti
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort.
Of the money on
would 3avc by having
your clothes made to
jour measure by us.
Seme price as tho rca-dy-to-wcar.
manufactured from pure dlsMltod wa
trr. Uclhorea to any part ot city li
courtaous drivers. I
OillU ICE AND DUiCTBIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephono P23
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Phone Main S47
Honolulu Rloti es Gleaning Go.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
I Tort Street. Phono G75.
ri AMn riTur-n ni a KTnc til
AND OTHEP. PIANOS,
THAYER PIANO CO,
ISO HOTI3L STUEUT.
Phono 21 S,
jsrjy bulletin aus. pay
By T-aoy ALUSOff.
Conjrlshtcil.lIOT.b) M. M. Cunr.lnglmn.
Miss Weston sat looking out tho win-' "T1!nt i ? "("''" "T"' "
1ow ot the small hotel pailor. her face u!'tU " 'l"?' '"' rffl .
,,.,, . ... , ., The piofessor was Miro tin f tit twen-
fuir of discontent, idic lingered toj !,.(, l0 ivotilil liao lult .ittlmctit.il
boiled Inco curtain unconsciously, and, y llctHl towaul u ejot aillctl (Hen
Just as unconaelojsly frowned nt tho I ci10, mid lio boirJed tho tar cuthu
group of sehuolglTU standing outside, slnstlcally.
waiting for tho sightseeing automobile
After a wool; In Jamestown with
thorn shu ncknow lodged that the quiet
routine of the school joar had lis com
ponsntloits It could nt least bo count
On the I
cd to follow Its regular groove.
other hand, fifty schoolgirls 011 a sight
booing expedition, even under the chap
eiotingo of tlio lutt'lc toucher, tho pro
fessor or psjiliologj nml two. under
leathers, couldn't lio conntod upon to
do am thing except brc.il; out In unex
pected places. Tlioy hint mamgtsl to
got seattoiod nil over .Ti'inestouii, and
after being safely gathered on the
boat for Wilmington half of tliein li.nl;
poen tit to got ton' lei; The oihei half
had tiKon aihontngo o the fact that
the chapcrones weio buij" looUlug aft
er the nlllu; and hail got neipi ilnlcd
with vti'Oboly on tho bo'it that show
ed tlio least Inclination to tall;
Tho professor lamo hurriedly Into
tho pat lor, folding tho morning paper.
"Wo vlll soon limo them where wo
cm Keep an cjo 011 them for nt least
two hours, Mlsi Wetou. Did jou eer
hoc Mich oteillowlug youth ami Imp
plneisV" Ho looked at tho chattel ,
Hut group, then miiiuoniy nonce 11 1111
companion's woeliogonu coimti'iinncc.
"AliS ttilHB wrong'" ho nsbed iiulrMj.
"Nothing, otccpt I'm too joun-,"
fcho said despondently.
Ho put on his glasses and garod at
"In all m rcwareh among pschlc
phenomena Its nboIutelj the first
"THAT MAN C'AM.II OU JIV WllC 11
I SOIMIEU 11H-IT.' .
tlmo I eer hoanl of n woman haWnj
j fciieh a lliiiught."
Miss Weston tapped tlio floor with
her tan shoe Impatiently.
"Not In i inr I'm painfully near for
tj. poi Horn 1 nenr, but that makes It
all tho 1 1010 tldluiloiw tint I wimt to
net joiing, Ulio enthusl.isin of tho.u
gill:) lultl ilepiesseil mo. I mil cm Ion
of thorn. I feel their reterciico mid re
spect until It's opinohshe. It doesn't
ouu cross their minds that I 11111 not
an old woman, and they sliowaino tho
oMiggerated respect duo 11 teacher nud
old age. I tliln't this looly morning
has mado 1110 restless. I want to go
all oer Washington, but I want to cu
Joy It as nu liidlWdml nnd not have to
take my plejsme with- fifty pair of
joung ej es garlng nt :no with n
to-morrow -ye-dlo-from-old ago expres
Tho profowor chuckled.
"Jlh-J Weston, I'm not going to nsU by
what process jou reached tlio opinion,
l)oesn't matter whether It was Induc
tion or deduction It's exactly tho hazy
tioublo that has boon worrying mo. It
bourns llko taking onu's pleasure sec
ond hand or by icllccted light. I.et's
lose thorn today and do tho town by
oursches," ho suggested In a tragic
"Do wo dare" Her aoIco was cngor,
"Datol" scornfully. "Am I such an
old fossil becnuso I'm forty-llvo and a
teacher of psjcholng) that I Imcn't a
latent bit of heroism V Wo aio going
tophij wo tiroexactlj twenty-one jcars
old today and to enjoy Washington
fioin that point of luv. I'll go toll
1'iofcssor and Mrt. Illngham that they
must do all the chapcioutug lli.it
oh, jes, I'll saj Just tay. mind ou
that ou nnd I want to go to tho Con
gressional lllnary. to cr look up a
matter of Importance."
"Our lost joulh," she suggested, smil
'Those gills will bo fcafo onough with
two cliupcious. They will nt least bo
no high up lip tha,t uutomobllcs that
there s no diingor of utiect cars lun-' got together all the men nml l,ojs lio una of the Maul Agilrultur.il Com
nhiK over thorn" 'could llud to plant almonds for him. ' puiiv will ho hold nt tho olllco nnd
Miss Weston started to her loom
with ii ileteimlnatloli to put on her1
best whlto linen coal suit nnd glvo
1 1 lejs chnporo'ibdi toncli to her hulr. pruues wero budded Into tlio growing
'I "Thev'll not be run oier bj .stiecti.nlmonds, and befmo the tlmo was up
curH," sho liughid, 'but I'm lu mortal
tenoi tli.it. two oi tluuo 'if them will
conic back cnch.inK d with tlio mega
Tlicy salved their consciences with
tlio thought that ll'j rentlv vtutn go
Ins to tlio lll'iaiy. It w is tlio only
piihllo building tlnr. tlioy hail nut seen
In previous trip to ot'iisliltigtou.
Whoro now?" lio it icd na they cmno
down tlio liroiul slops uflci'ii mtlu ch.it
In tlio library eufo nml btuKl mi tlio
"We'll cliaso tint ccln," ho bald
"fe'laiig, loo J" she ipjcrleil.
"A inero effen escr nci 1 ot jontli,"
nlrlly. "Yon niuutn't bo stirpil'ed nt
'" thing I do or say todui, my dear
lauy 1 menu inj uc-u- iiri 1011 o no
Idea what n holy teiror 1 was at twenty-one."
".Me, too" ulio bogt itugrammatlc
ally. "Turn your b Mil tldt way
ipilck," sho whNpered. "Thero's that
nutomobllo with nil I no girls Just piss
ingn Tho professor cjulcklj Jerked down
"You needn't tell mo that I wasn't
born with n soul for ml online, nnd as
for hairbreadth cm apei, I poslthcly
doto on thoui." .And Mlxs Weston
thought that tho pr ifesor at twenty
one, his fnce animated by a boIsh
grin, must hnvo been nltrncthe.
"I feel," ho said as thi' entered tho
grout.ds nt Glen Kcho, tho awakening
ot n craving long denuant. That pea
nut stand Is uttriui he, and tho Ico
cream soda Is poslth cly Irresistible."
He put n bag iff piMiiuts In his coat
poekot for further iinIrierntloii, nnd
they drank tho half warm soda, laugh
ing nt each other over tlio tops ot tho
"Thero Is 0110 thin,; tint I lUre posi
tively dnio you to do," ho said, his
cios twinkling. "Ycni'll never have the
tourag? to rldo on tlio mcrry-go-
Mlm Weston strangled over her soda,
sot her glan down,, then pinned her
hat on llrmly.
"I was rather n holdenlsh girl at
twenty-one. I think I would prefer
riding on n whlto hive I never cared
niiteli for 11 Ihluocoros or a r.cbru," sho
ald, following Mini.
After the ride, her Inlr loosened nud
blowing In short tendrils about her
face, she walked with him down tho
hill toward tho canil "Is tho worst
jet to como?" Bho queried. 'Tor heav
en's bako don't tell 1110 that ou uro go
ing to dare mq to do an) thing loss dlg
ullled than lido 011 a moui-go rouudl
I'm go thankful 11 didn't cross jour
mind to suggest that wo catch ut the.
rings for n froo rule You must have
been n rather cuers.ellc boy."
"Itogular loifng dovll," bo assented
amiably. "Hut tho next Is real, sub
dued. Wo aro going rowing oti this
Tho man In cluigo of the boat gavo
them n good naturcd send oft from tho
"Hotter row down that waj!" he
shouted. "It's lots shadier. Your
wlfo'll llko It better!"
Miss Weston, her faco crimson, talk
ed volubly about the luxuriant foliage
on tho edges 01 the canal.'l ho profess
or rowed 11lM.tr ictedly. I'lnally ho rest
ed 011 his 0.11K mid looked at her in
' "That man evidently thought I was
old enough to marry," he said slowlj
"Don't notice him. Do sccnis veiy
Ignorant," sho sild lather nervouslj.
"I think I like that man," medita
tively. "There's only one thing I liavu
ugnlust htm I would llko to sit by
you nud nsk ou what you think ot
his suggestion, ami ho has given us u
boat with n loiuid bottom. It's so wab
bly to move around In." "
Miss W1'8'0'' turned still more crim
son, nnd sho leiiiiilued tdlcnt.
Tho professor, taking bis chances,
stepped glngorl) nciois nnd wit beside
her. "That mm called )ou my wife.
It bounded gie.it. I wish )ou would
tell 1110 )ou liked It." ho said, the
lotithfiil look becoming more apparent
lu his face"
"Hut the girls would think wo wero
such old fossils ' sho commcuccd.
"I'osslls! Who snjs fossils!" ho de
manded h.ippllj, ' Wo know, how
loung wo aro 'I hero never wns any
0110 so loung ns I am right this min
ute, dear girl," ho uald, bending toward
Tho boit lurched, nnd sho grasped his
nrm frantlc.ill) . "I-I think ion hud
hotter not tn that agulu while we 10
In this wabbly boat," sho said breath
lessly. Durbank's Opportunity.
I.uther llurbntik's early llfo In Call-
nruln ,i4 nlti.tiiliHl tiv tnnnv hnril ,-
uerlouces. Ho was very noor mid was
nhlli-p.1 in lake nnv work that eamo to
hand. Ho cleaned out chicken wops, j will bo hold nt tho ofllco nnd prlucl
helped lu maiket guldens, got nu odd pal place of business of tho corpoui
Job hc-10 and another theie, passed tlon, Spiiigenwald Hulldlng, Honolu-
through a veiy soveic Illness, went "on
tho tramp" foi work until lil'dli hn
was able to start n HtL)o nuiHiy on
hli own account Thou lie was on his
own giound with n fair stntt. To out
sldepj ho seemed (in honest, hud
working loung fellow who might
make his living, but not much moru
Then all at ouce he did something
that mado thoso who know about It
look nt him. An older ciuai for 20,000
joung prune trees. Could M till It In
nine mouths? Ho hadn't a pruuo tree
ion his place, and how was lie going
, to supply 20,001) lu nine months? Ho ,
, They glow rapidly. When tlioy wcio
read) ho hud .0,000 prune buds ready
a' for them, and lu a short tlmo tho
the tleos were, delivered to the dfllj'.it-1
ihI iiinUmmii.- (Judo Mngnzluc.
ANNUAL MEETING. '
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.
1 tie annual meeting of the stock-,
holdcis ot Alexander & Ilnldwln,
Ltd., will bo held at the offleo unr
principil plneo ot business of tho I
coiporntlon, Stnfigenvvnld Dultdlug,
Honolulu, 1111 Muudn), 1'eb. 21, lUOo, 1
nt I) 11. 111.
Tho stock books of the corporation
will be closed for tuusfcrs on Mon
day, 1'ob. 17th. 1D08, ut 12 o'clock
Ill ordei of tho llmrrt of Directors.
11. 11. 1'AXTON,
Honolulu, Teh. 11, 190S. U922-ld
KIHEI PLANTATION CO.
Tim nniiiint meeting ot tho stock
holders ot tho Klhcl Plantation Co.
will be held nt tho ortlco and pilncb
pal plnee 11 1 business of tho corpora
tion, Stnngcnvvi-td Hulldlng, Honolu
lu, on l'rlday, lcb. 2S, I90S, ut lu
I'ho stock books of tho corporation
will bo chidcd foi transfors on l'rl
day, leb. 21st, 1J08, nt 12 o clock 111.
II) order of tho Hoard ot I)Ire tora.
13 13. KAXTON,
Houolillll. l'cb. 11, 100S. 3922-td
HAWAIIAN SUGAR CO.
Tho annual meeting of tho stoi k
holders of the Hawaiian Sugar Co
will be held at the nlllco and princi
pal plan; ot business of tho corpora
tion, Stiingenwnld Hulldlng, Honolu
lu, on Krldj). Teh. 28, 190S, ut 2
o'clock p. 111.
Tlio stock books nt the corporation
will bo cloM'd for transfers on l'rl
1l.1v. 1'cli. 21st. 1'JtlS, at 12 o'clock 111
11) Older of tho Ito.ud of Directors.
K. 13. 1'AXTON',
Honolulu. Teh 11, 1908. 3922-td
HAIKU SUGAR CO.
Tho annual meeting ot the stork
holdcis of tho Haiku S11g.11 Co. will
be held at tho ofllco .mil prliielp.il
pl.ico of business ot the corporation,
Btangonwald Hulldlng, Honolulu, on
Baturdai, Tel). 29, 190S, at 9 a. m
The stock hooks of the corporation
will bo iloscil for transfers on I'll-
Jay, Teh. 21. 191)8, lit 12 o'clock in. "
111 order of tho Ho ml of Directors.
13. 13. PAXTON'.
Honolulu, Feb. 11, 1908. 3922-td
. PAIA PLANTATION.
'1 lio annual meeting ot tho htock
holders of tho Pal.i Plantation will
I bo held fit tho olllco and piluclpnl
j Iuio of business ot the torpointlon,
IKtaugcnwnld Hulldlng, Honolulu, on
Caturdny, l'cb. 29, 1908. at 9:30 a 111
Tho stmk hooks of tho corporation
will bo closed for transfers on Kiidai,
fell .'1, 1908, at 12 o'cloik 111.
Hy order of tho Hoard of Directors.
13 13. PAXTON,
Houolillll, I'eb. 11, 1908. 3922-ld
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO.
The annual meeting of thu stock
holders ot tho Kaliukii Plantation Ca
will be held at tho ofllco njid prlucl
I al place ot business ot tho cot porn
Hon, Stnngouwnlil Hulldlng, Honolu
lu, on Thursday, Teh. 27, 1908, nt
1 p. in.
Tho stock hooks of tho corpoiatlon
will ho closed for transfcis 011 Thuis
dij. Poll. 20, 19U8. ut 12 o'clock III.
Hy 01 del of tho Hoard ot Directors.
13. 13. PAXTON,
Honolulu, l'cb. 11, 1908, 3922-td
CENTRAL MILL CO., LTD.
The niiuiial mootlug of the stock.
holdols of tho Central Mill Co . Ltd
In, on Saturday, rob. '29th; I90S, nt
1 1 a m.
'I lie stock books ot tho Corpninlloti
will ho closed for tr.msteis on I'll
da), Poll, 21st, ut 12 o'clock in
Hy order of tho Hoard of Directors
W. O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Keb 11, 190S 3922-td
ANNUAL MEETING OF PARTNERS
- . . . .
Or MAUI AGRICULTURAL CO
The nnnual meeting of tho Part-
piinclpal place of business of tho
I'aitniirshlp, Staiigcnwahl Hulldlng,
llnnoliilu, S.iturda, tho 29th day ot
robiuii). 1908, nt 11 a m.
V O SMITH,
Hnnoluhl l'eb 11, 19US. 3922 VI
s One Njv
Oent a Word
Advertlscmcits Under this Heading i
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlscments lr-erted for Less Thar
1 ait-IlavMill'in, as famll) coachninii
and night vvnlrhmaii, or gurdoiicr.
"I K.' 2119 King St. Knllhl.
To purchaso a ii-conil-h.ind, C-rollor
mill with crusher, capacity IS
tons of c.ino per hour. Must be
in good condition. Address full
p.irtlcul.us, mnko usage, II. 1' ncc
essaiy, etc C.istlo Ilios Wolf ti
Sons, .MS Druiiim lit., Sail l'ran
clsco, C.il. 3911 2w
Two ftn nibbed moms wanted by gen
tleinnu und daughter; state local
Ity und whither with or without
board. Address It ." Hulletln.
lifts of discarded giuunslum appar
atus for iim' of 11 I'.o.mi' Club. Diop
11 postal to Club." llo 091, clt),
01 phone ".Manager," 173.
Part Hawaii in of fair nddrcss nnd
Intelligence, for clerk; good op
poituulty for tho right 111.111. Ad
dress this olllcc, "Man." 3891-tf
Tn oxchange Cook Island stamps for
Hawaii in. Add ret u "321," llulle
tln ofilcc. 3920-1 1
A few customciii for pure milk. Ap
ply nt 18'17 College St. 3923-tf
Clean -vlplug tags at the Hulletln ot-
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Large house on Hcrctnnla St, next
to Queen's Hospital; rout very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Juid
I'uriilbhcd cottage, with gas.
No. 8 Cottage (Jrovc
Two fi out furnished rooms, 1812 1.1-
1 1 till St 33S3-U
Advertisements UnJcr this Hcadlnfi
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vcrtltemcnts Inserted for Less Than
lu Palatini, nll-whltc, 9-moiiths-otd
fox-terrier; cut tall; gicen leather
coll ir, Howard If returned to this
A pointer dog, whlto nnd liver color.
Itoturn to Tain Hlng, City Meat
Co.; $5 reward, 3S83-lin'
gold watch with fob. between Will
MM nnd town. Kownrd at Ilulle-'
I In office 219I-1V
P. X,. PETERS
Sold on easy monthly payments.
BEP.0STR0M IIUSIC CO , LTD.
wing chong co.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL" ,
Dealers in Furnituc Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kin In of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To'
Repaired and Thorouj,iily Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 2G1.
The Veekly FJItlon ot the Evenlno
Dulletln given i rnmplrte Mimmary rst
.do newt of the duy.
Cont a Word
' RCJIll t y
Advertisements Under this Heidino
One Cent Per Word Each Da No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
L'ggs for hutch. 111;, $ . per sotting,
from S C white leghorns, )nrd
heided by coc. winner Ilrst prlza;
also special award, best In tho
Mediterranean dues Hawnlnn
Poultry Snow, Jan , 1908 Incu
bator lots furnished 011 npp'lcatlon,
$10 per 100, from selected thor
oughbreds. Henri cilli" ngt II.
P. Absii, care 13. O. II &. Son Ho
nolulu. 11 u ,-w
300 ft. S-ln. cnst-lion tower pipe, 2
nil-copper Trims tlcrlllzen, tin Hn-
eu, 1 1111-coppor Water still tin
lined; 1 nil-copper 10 ,-tl sic.im
Jacket kcltlo; a nll-coppcr wali
boilers. Kinmclutti A. Co , Ltd.,
US King St.; Phone 211
V valuable colleitl'in of stamps This
colectlon Is tho proper! of tho
widow of tho late II. How en,
and 3 the result of his effort In
many .veara ot labor, they tan he
seen nt tho Hawaiian News f 'o ,
Young building. 3911 tf
t'luo corner lot in Tduklkl. Curbius;.
wntor, fruit nnd ornamental treci
and nil lmprnveuunts. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd l'cr.atou
Collogo. Address It. P.. this offleo.
f lieip Hoomliig house, doing good
business, mosquito proof, clectrU
lights; hot water, etc , good fnm.
Hy quarters Apply A II ' l!nl
A fow purc-brod joung Unit Orping
ton 1 Hosiers for sale. Also egga for
setting Address P. O. Hox iO, 1,1
lino, Knunl. 3909-lw
Ulegant oak extension dining table;
good ns now; for sale cheap at
Union Pacific Transfer Co. -3919-lt
;r.oo 00 cash 200 x sno ft n-room
houso, Kulmukl. Addicss Hox C,
this offleo, 3909 liu
Addiess P O lox
Iloef cnttlo for sale at Knhukti, IIiiwiiU'
Apply Col. Sam Norrls. Wnlohlnu
White Pokln ducks and eggs 1911
Soulli King St. 390u-tf
iBhind idling puny, $31..
!!! Illll IIT
Let the soap do
Made in Honolulu.
p AT o
Wilder & C
te&hM!&tovA 'a Jd&W Sfc- -WaAkA.. fhi'