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EVKNINO PUI.LRTIN, IlONOMiLl), T. II.. SATfltDAY, MAIL 21, 100?.
BDSinESS DIBEOTOBT !
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tlio Factory Honolulu Who lied
Co., 125U Alnpal St. Telephone
Mr, Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All onlcrB should bo loft nt tlio Ha
wnll in News Co., Young bhlg. Phone
294 or cor. Alnken nnd llotol Sts.
Ceo Hastings far repair of Locks,
Kfys, Music floxes. Sharpening ot
Fine Cutlery. Hear Union drill.
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bcdiooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch
en, bath, lanai, &c.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co., 931 Fori Si
Bcretania, Alakta. and Union.
hos liton used for over HIXi'lT
YBAKS bv HlLLIOJla or Wothora
lNfl. tsrfth tiirfiS)Of r.ttfMti IP
fe bOOTUKS tlio CIllM). bOVTCKS
tZ liM HI . n Jll.l.iVC nil h.ln
CURES WIND CIOUC, jic Is th
S3 by DruKpUU In every part ot ths
13 world, us uro snd ask for Vta.
p3 Vlmlow's Gootblucr Byrup otid take
f3 co other kind. 35 Cents a Bottle.
tin Old and WelHricd Remfitty
For Expert Repairs on Dlcycle, Mo
torcycle, Automoolles, etc., call on
, J. E Santos,
Pack ol Peler's,
PHONE 361. UNION 9T.
PAINTING, PAPERHANOING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Taper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 914. 208 Bcretania
St. near Emma W B. KAM, Mgr
Umbiellas -re-covcrcd. T. Taknta,
I'oit St. near Kutul.
l-'or Uoun holp, phono White 2301, Ma
ltll:l. Onnoral Kinployment onico
n Pon'icoln nnu Berotnnln.
Yee Slno Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith fit., bet. Hotel nml I'nuahl.
Illink books ot Ul sorts, lodgers,
etc. miiiuruetr.red by the Bulletin rub
WE ARE AQENTS POR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Can Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go..
King Street near South
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionalities to plantations, contractor!
1G3 KINQ ST.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
ft'L Phillips & Co,
Wlioleine impcner. snd Jobberi
AMERICAN ORY OOOOt
Tine n1 CUf-rN n
manufactured from )Ure distilled vmj
trr. Delivered to any part of city by
uil!U ICE AND ELliCTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone P23
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Phone Main I4T
Honolulu Glotiies Cleaning Co.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents,
Repairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River Sts.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
CAOLE DYEINQ AND
FortStreet. Thono B75.
At All Watchdcalcrs.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts,. Honolulu.
ANU Uiillill 1'lAINUa.
THAYER PIANO CO
ICO IIOTEI, BTIIKET.
Kodaks & Films
arc everywhere known as the
Standard in Quality
We liavo them
Rush Orders Our Specialty.
Photo Suppiy Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
You will shortly
Gold Watch, eto.
', 113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU.
Spring Floirers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hat3 Are Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Victor Talking Marhinp
1LIU1 i UJIMUg ITiaUUUC
Cold on Easy Monthly Payments by
Bergstrom MusicCo., Ltd.
Ask IToux Grocer
l for Men and Women
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
L U H C H E S and DRINKS
The most popular
place iu town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
.T " i..i .i. 1 1 ... i . .
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price nt
I reduced to a low nriea at
j PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO..
iuou nuunnu. i
1 1 Little Girl
1 1 In Bhie.
Dy CHESTER FARRINGTON.
Cop righted, 1J07. byltomcr Sprnguc
If T V W V VVV . "" - vvvvv?
Wo sat 111 tlio big, dim parlor watch-'
lug tho gray ilnxomu to It gray eud.
Duil; had made us coiilldentlnl. I'lill
llpa hnd thrleo nskcil If I didn't want n
Hltlit nnd hnd thrlcu received the same'
iiegauvo answer, i n .01.1.1 .0 spon
"Now, honestly. Tod. wild I'lillllpn. ,
"wnbu't there ever n girl In your life,
tiIio was different from th . rc.,t-
wasn't theie one who tnnde j ...1 think
and feel nnd plan no .n, had never,
l.iouKi.L or .en ui imiuihuu m-mrer 1.1
... 4. ,i... . I.. 1.. ...... or.. I
riiuil, J ml. ill piriiiu tiiii- in .,,', iiiv
hasn't the girl put lu nil nppenraneoV"
I leaned forward engcrlj .
"My dear I'lillllpn. jou eerlalnly
"Itosh!" snapped she. "I know Just
the silly speech you were going to
mnke. I don't mean that linj and Kir!
"TUnjf WHS MASN'T HUE? 1 1
affair ot ours you nre n
lo U) !o facellous nlHiit
h.isuU thciu been n rial
bit of ro-
I pietciided to think portentously.
Then I sighed.
I "fimfcshlon'i Is JJImI Wrutliu" soul,"
said 1. "Thcieforo I'll lonfess. Yes,
! I'lillllpa, there wna W)?4'
"I i.noi.' it i i.uew it, siiia iiuiiipa
gleeful-. "rtld you've iorur'jqhl ipe
about It III all theso jenra," ohe weiit
on chldlugly. "Well, sir, open, $vnt
heart now mid dMgorgo tlio v.'holo ro
I laid my half couiumed cigar lu an
nsle'trny unil settled myself comfort
ably. "I thiol: it was something IILe eight
years ago I first met her," I heg'in.
! "I!lcht oai-s nco!" eehojil l'hllll in.
"And not u word of It to mo In nil this
"Ue wnH u'ry vou"s 11'0"' is ' H:,y'
t met her nml fell hi line with her."
What was tlio IUoV detnanded
"Shu was ery Veaullful, nnd she
was .housed In blue."
riillllpa lnnghed. "Tho llrsfls ery
dellulte, and tho n'cond Is very Impor
tant," she observed mncklngly.
"Pho as diessed In bli:e," I repeat
ed sternly. "It U Important. I shall
carry that color to my grave."
"How romantic!" said she.
"I fell 111 ove with her"
".so ynu rnliV kho lemnrUeil Impa-
I tle'illy, "but Imt niudu you fall In
love Willi IicrV
"Tho blue ilreM and her smile," snld
I. "It vins n most wonderful smile.
It opened up worlds you'd nover
dreamed of. I remember when I Hrst
saw her sho scorned different from nil
the orher girls I'd eer seen. My heart
slipped Us moorings then nnd there,
t could nover cull It my own nfler
ward. It was hers." ,
"Did i.he know lt'r" asked riillllpa.
"I can't say." said I. "Sometimes I
think sho did, and again I think, sho
"Why didn't jou find out'i" tho do
uinnded. "I Intended to In time, but I only
knew her n yenr when" I paused.
"When what?" said riillllpa, with n
flno disregard of grammar.
"She dlcd.'V said very softly.
"Oh!" said riillllpa, and then for a
time wo vcic silent.
"I n very, cry lonely nfler that
Nothing was the same There was a
great aching Mild In llfu that nothing
"Why haven't vou over mentioned
her lieforoV" sho usUod,
"Well, It'H rather painful"
"Of courfo," sho said iiultMy. "I'or
"If tho little gill lu blue had lived,
I'lillllpa," said I. "I tlilult my life
would havo been very different. I
know It would have Is-en far,JiappIer.
She was such u ipilct, trusting llttlo
soul, Kho know nothing of tho world,
nor of money, nor of ambition. She, I
think, was ipilto content with me, nnd
I wns more than content with her."
"And you'll nlwns lw loynl to her or
lo her memory '("Sisked sho.
"Always!" snld I emphatically.
Wo wcro silent ngjln for n time.
"Dear llttlo girl In blue," I mur
mured. ' --"".. -"
I sum sinipiy.
in" '" sa,d 'i "To ,"u
I1 MR I
1, : mJUx
t i r r?mm.
1 ! UttsSabitsmBl evaaa
pronto she simply clwnswl-grcw In
inlnil ami lu worldly know lodge, but to (
mo -ho died." .
"Oh!" Mill I'lillllpn meaningly. '
"She wanted more worldii to eonquet
when b!io grew." 1 v. ent on "She wits ,
no longer content with mo. Instead ot
my simple little irlrl In bltlo there '
rnmo n proud, ambitious woman, who,
ilcninnded 'nil the world could glo
money. p.Htlmi, pov.c "
"Hid she get them?" nskod I'hllllpn.
"They were offered to her."
"Why didn't she tnl.o them, then'i"
"That I don't know," italil I.
I'm haps she crew tltvd of prldo nnd
nm,,ItInll,.. Fn)ll Hillllpa. "I'crhaps
there were times when she wanted to
,, Just ,,, m(! Blrl , 1)lll0 ngnlu,..
.., woll(,cr ,,, , nilI1,ingly.
..t.c1-,, l,ave n light," snld I'lillllpa!
..,,.(, ,,,,, ,. .., womler ,t pll0 j,,,
Mcr want , ,,0 , , slr, , ,)lll0
"Yei, she did," said she tlntly.
I sprang to my feet and besan
pace up nnd down.
"Then why wnsn't she?" 1 demanded
"Well. It was hard" she liotran.
"Moos Mie want to be nowV I cried.
"Let's lmo a llslit." snld sho we.itily
1 liniornl the siipwstlon.
"I)iks he wnnt to bo uow'i" I said,
slopping directly before her.
"Don't. To.1," she said. "Yon
".Sho shall bo If sho wants to be," I
"Think of all the plans that lmc
been made for me, Toil. I mustn't. I"-
"Drnt the plan-)! You shall lie Just
whnt you want Just what ou your
self wnnt," said I.
I felt heV hand on my sleeve. Then
sho diew me toward her.
t "I want to lie the little nlrl In blue
your little clrl In blue," she sail, with
something like n sob.
In 11 minute she was In ray arms.
".She didn't die nfter nil," l,sald ex
ultantly. "No, Toil. dear. They tried to kill
Lor, but they couldn't," sho whNpcred.
"Now, now, please, let's havo a light."
Laughing. I leleiioed her.
"All right. Let's havo 41 light." said
I 'And nfter wc'xe got the light let's
call In the family. There's hound to lie
n big row titer this, I'lillllpa, so let's
get It over ns soon as o can."
Gettlno a Furlouflh.
Tho old excuse for obtaining leavo of
absence, prmerblal nmong college stu
dents, as not unknown to the soldiers
of tho civil war, nccordhig to Major
Ilamllloii's account glxeti lu the ".South
ern Historical rapcrs." Orders had
been Issued from hendquarters to the
effect that no furloughs would lie
granted save on the occasion of a death
In tho family of, the applicant. Dal
getty, an Ihigllsliiuan, nske.1 fur leae
on uccount of the decease of hli grand
mother, and tho iequct wns approved
rnforttinntely for Dnlgetty. the colo
nel of the regiment met him boforo ho
had n chance to get'nwny.
"I am sorry to hei.r of jour nllllc
tlon," said tho kind olllcer. "When did
your grnndniolher die':" ,
"Tlinnl: you, colonel," rcplled Dalget-
ty? edging away. "She was ory old
ahd couldn't hne lasted intieli longer."
Ah, nnd when did she pass awnyV"
"It's quite an nllllctlon." continued
Dalgetly, still on tho moe. "Wo shall
"I'erhaps you nre hard of hearing,"
roared the colonel lu n Milce sillllcleut
for n brigade front. "I asked you
when she died."
"She's been ded forty ears, sir,"
ejaculated Dnlgetty dlsiually. "I can't
lie ulioiit it, but I think I ought to have
n furlough on It."
Tlio colonel had In laugh, but he sent
tho sohller back to camp. A few days
later Dalgetly got a bullet lu Ids leg.
As ho was carried off tlio Held he
shouted to Ills comrades, slapping Ids
"Thirty dajs' lcao and no death In
tho f a mil !" ' '
Cloht Flights Up. '
When (ho llrst llro company. In re
sponse to an alarm, reached the long
row ot tenements, the lire captain at
once Jumped fioni his engine and eu
denuned to locnto tho lire. When ho
had Ineffectually hunted through threo
or four structures for It, ho descried nn
old woman sticking her head out of u
window of the topmost floor ot nn
eight story tenement n little farther up
"Any Hie up thoroV ho jelled, when
ho had reached tho pavoinent beneath
In answer, tho old woman motioned
for him lo cotno up.
Accordingly, tho captain, with his
men lugging their heavy hose behind
(hem, laboriously ascended (ho eight
lllghts and burst Into tho room where
the old woman was.
"Wliero'M the lire'" demanded (he
captain when no llro nor smoko bo
"Oh, there ain't nono here," rcplle
(he old woman. Hashing an ear trum
pet. "I usked ' up 'causo 1 couldn't
hcir n word you said way dowu (here."
A Light Matter.
Tho llttlo bugler woro n proud smile
ns ho turned out on guard for the llrst
"Ilnvo you learned nil (ho calls yet,
my boyV usked (ho olllcer encourag
ingly. "Nearly nil, sir."
"Do you know tlio Forgcnnt's call?"
"Do you know tho nssemuly'i"
"And (bo (lie alarm '("
"Il'ml Well, now wlint would you
sound If a tlio should ureal: out?"'
The bugler thought.
"I'r-er Mulcts out, I suppoio," ho
stammered London Sera p.
7 One n$v One n.
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Illacksinltli vhi In a lliiimugli hoise
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able. Add.ess "Typr," this olllec.
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A seiond-hund bIiowciisc, about G2l
feet. Address with price "I'.," this
Clean lplug (Ags nt thu lluiletln ot
A mldillc-nKod lady desires to keen re
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invalid or children. Willing to
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Lhrgc house on Ilcrctanla St. next I
to Queen's Hospital; rent ury
cheap, W. W. Chamberlain, JudU
Seven-roomed house, liiosijiilto proof. '
1SS1 Kalakaua Ave., near car Hue, I
town side, SIS per mouth. I
luriildii'il loom In town. 1'rlvntc
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Ill Pn l:i tti:i iill-whltt. M.iiiiiiitliH.ftlil
fox-torrler; cut lull; green leather
collar, lteward If leturucd to this
iictv.-eeu I'llkol and Alnpnl Sts , poek-
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Maich 12. Ma be had at this of-
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t'LizjJ u ....J, --
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
r. 0. Box 001. Telephone 031.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmaikct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Masonrv Bra vine- contractors, builders, pain
.,T,r77 mason workers.
NANIWA & CO., Second Hand Lumbir, Doors snd
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon! Sashes Bottght and Sold.
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327. IKING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUfJ.
i rtiHIHE 694.
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Emma St. near Boretania,
Ulank books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc. nianufac'tir.-d by tho Ilullrtlc Iul
I lishlng Company.
iUO ft. a-lli. t .int-li on suvor piiie, a
nJI-copper Trunx sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 nil-copper water still, tla
lined; 1 nli-coppcr 40-gal. steam
Jacket k.ettlo; 2 nil-copper wn!i
boilers. Kmriiclutli & Co., Ltd.,
113 King St.; I'hono 211.
A valuable collection of stamps. This
colectlon Is the property of tho
widow of the late II. W. lluwcn.
mid Is tho rcEult ot In effort lu
many years of labor; they can bo
seen nt tho Hnwnllnn News Co ,
Young (bull0lns. 3911-tt
Klnn'enrnor lot In Mnkllcl. Curbing,
water, fruit nnd ornamental treat
and nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Punaho
College. Addrcts It. 1'.. this otric.
acht Columbia, In good condition.
Apply "II. W K ," llulletln.
A It. MY COTS. 11,
Fiesh milch cow.
Apply C. It Km-HD.-.l-tt
Wilder & Go.
Room 10, Campbell Block,
Honolulu, T. H.
WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers m Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of K0A nnd
FURNITURE Made To
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CIIIliliRY of every capacity and de
tcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation,
purjjoscs a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pi'.irs executed at shortest notice.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specially.
' 5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
R. MIYATA & CO..
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Qrffn Strert :: : : Fontluln.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhone 18S.
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