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EVKNINO DULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATUP.DAY, NOV. 14, 1008.
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What Pip Has
Music in Your
T IS A DULL HOME that dojs not contain WITHIN ITSELF re
sources for amusement and entertainment. Is there any more
pleasant and profitable way of spending; the long winter evenings
than in making excursions into the delightful world of music?
There arA hundreds and thousands of delightful compositions which you
would enjoy knowing, if you had soxe way of bringing them directly
and easily into the home.
If you have a Pianola Piano you can
have a Daily Concert in your Home
As the success of the PIANOLA or PIANOLA PIANO induces more
md mora imitation, it becomes increasingly important to distinguish be
tween the different instruments of this type. BACK OF THE PIANOLA
PIANO ARE 310 BASIC PATENTS. They insure points of musical and
mechanical superiority which imitators cannot overcome.
For example, the THEMODIST ( bringing out the melody above the
accompaniment) and the METROSTYLE showing the novice how to
play with expression) are features e elusive with the PIANOLA PIANO.
For many years there have been instruments that would play the
piano in a more cr less mechanical way. But it is bdeause the Pianola
approaches so MARVELOUSLY CLOSE TO THE EFFECT OF THE
TRAINED HUMAN FINOERS that the musical world has given it unre
served recognition. The great musicians who commend the Pianola so
highly have repeatedly refused to exnrcss any interest in the many other
instruments that approach the Pianola's effects only partially and im
perfectly. Bergstrom Music Co.
Odd Fellows Building
New Enterprises Cause
Since the urilvul of the six saw
yers from tho mainland the work i)f
tho lluwnll Mahogany ami Lumber
Company in turning out ami shipping
ties has been progressing much mora
rapidly, says the Iiuwnlt Herald, No
vember 12. The sawyers began
work on the day after they landed
from the enterprise, booh got the
hang of the new mill, and have had
things humming since the beginning
i this week.
Carloads of sawn or hewn tics nro
tent alongside tho Emily F. Whitney
every day, tho company hnvlng tho
right under Its contract to ship eith
er sawn or hown. Each car holds
350 ties and it would be Impossible
to find better ones on any railroad
track In tho United States. They
are heavy and it did not tako long
to see their effect In putting tho
Whitney deeper Into the water. They
r.io put on board ten In a "sling, and
have tried them, last wcek's'ronslgn-'
nient being part of tho'flrst regular
order for the lumber. Another car
load is awaiting shipment' In the.
Naturally this new business makes
thu Ililo Ilailroad busy, and the lidd
ed work of hauling rock for tho
llrcakwatcr keeps all tho new flat
cars that have been received here
earning Intel est. Manager Filler has
been gradually Increasing his force
of employees. Contractor Metzcr has
HawHllans, Portuguese, and Ameri
cans employed at the Hroakwater,,
and' the shipping of tho ohla ties and
lumber hns been furnlshlng'Vork for
a few extra, men on tho wharf.
DETAILS GIVEN UF
MAUI TRAIN WRECK
Tho Maul News of November 14
gives tho following details of tho Pu
I'neno tralnwrcck, of which tho first
rows was published exclusively by
Probably the most serious nccldent
that has over happened on tho. plan
tation If the Hawaiian Conuuorclal
and Sugar Company occurred Mon
day morning at about 5:30 a. m. when
Arthur Allan, Koko Man and u Japa
iicto uoio killed and several others
were, moro or Icrs Injured,
A workman's train, In charge of
John Tllton, tho locomotlvo engineer
was on Its way to tho fields no up-
I.IV IIUI UU vwuiii ,uii ill u niiiiH, IIV'1 . . . .
the first cargo of .O.U0 ties, abolt , "?' ' " "
It Is learned from good authori
ty that the switch has not been used
for some tlino and that It was spiked
down somo tlmo ago hut that thp
spikes had recently been drawn by
toiuo unauthorized pes son who was
probably actuated by malice.
Manager F. F. Ilaldwln feels deeply
tho accident but says that there no
one of whom ho kpows that Is lu any
way to blamo ror tho accident.
Every possible medical anil was
rendered to the lctlms of tho acci
dent. Wednesday morning, tho 11th. Mrs.
Awana, wlfo of T. Awana of Maka
wao, died of dropsy after n long and
severe lllncse. i
Mrs. Awana was born at Lahalna.
in 1853. and was fifty-Are years of
ago at tho tlmo of her death.
Hho Is well-known all over Maui
and hah been a leader among Hawal
ians for many scars, tiho was a prom-
Iront member of the Pookclla church
and Sunday school, tho latter Insti
tution having been continued for sev
cral years through her efforts. Bho
was a largo-hearted woman, unselfish,
sympathetic, chnrltablo. Sho was u
good mother to a largo family of
Besides u husband she leaves ten
children: Mrs. Oeorgo Qrovcs of
Peahl, Mrs. Nils Omsted of Han a,
Mrs. A. F. Tnvarcs of Makawao, Mrs.
A. J. Talto of Makawao, Mrs. -A. 15.
Carter of Honolulu, Misses Mlkaha
la, Orace and Hannah Awana and two
Tho funeral took placa at Pook'ola
church, Makawao, Thursday morning,
tho 12th, Ruv. E. I. Tumor or Pula,
officiating. Maul Nows, Nov. 14.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
2,000 tons, will go direct to San
Francisco, where tho Santa Fc wants
oyer n straight track wherq thetralna
ruij awry day and navo been so run
ning for enrs.
A switch that Is come times usijd
Ilcsldes tho blc contract, which lor tlw .purposo of tldo tracking a
o Territory's '" car" WIIH "aieiy passed
will nlono Incrcaso tho Territory
and .Hllo's oxports by $500,000 si
year, the, company Is supplying plan
tations on tho different Islands with
tics for their He id railroads, tho Kn
Mol taking 2000 to Kauai last week.
A (ouplo of rnrs were also shipped
by the Claudtne a week lontlay 'to
Honolulu, and tho II Ho railroad Ji'
taking a considerable quantity for
reconstructing its existing lines.
Other. products roni Its mill Itiul
forbsts that tho Hawnl'l -"Mahogany
'Lumber Company Is shipping 'lie
firewood and ohla lumber. Recently
tho steamer llelene took a cargo of
firewood to Honolulu, thus using up
home of the wasto from the big tices.
lfyi the Kntcrprlso the first reguliii"
shipment of ohla lumber was made
to San Francisco, the bnaiela being
' In Hi-foot lengths. Samples had pre
viously linen scut uud very encourag
ing reports received fiom those who
locomotho and a for. of tho cars.
In somo unaccoiintablo manner tho
Other cars jumped tho switch and
mado off in another direction and
coabed them to upsvt. Of seventy
live or eighty .men on thu train somo
'Jumped nt tho wrong tlmo and Instant
I death was tho fata of Koko Man and
fatal wounds wero tho lot of Arthur
Allen and tho Japanese),
Much credit Is given Tllton, tho
engineer, for tho presence- of mind
ua-dlsulajed ublch prevented a whole
Sheriff Saflrey called a coionorH
Jury fiom Walluku and piocecded at
unco to the scene of the accident.
Many witnesses wero called and each
of the Juries that sat In tho differ
ent casn3.cume to practically tho
samo conclusion, that Is that tho de
ceased canto to their deaths as a rev
rult of some unknown person drown
ing the spikes that held the switch
Kncli of I ho Juries held tho plan
tntlou and tho engineer blameless.
Entered for Record Nov. 13, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 t. m.
Anna Mncarlo to Mrs J Matzle.,,.1)
nVllllani Il'jCnstle and as tr and wf
to Mary Castle Trust trs of..,.D
Walter K Wnlahiau ct al to WIN
.Ham A Hall D
HolcmK Morlthew to Wm A Hall
att'y of .. . .L
J Alfred Magoon and wf to Ethol
K Abrams CorctnD
A Lewis Jr and wf to Mrs Mary A
Evans , D
William C Achl by tr to Doard of
Huwn livan Assn D
Wl3stn it Hawn Invst Co Ltd to
Wm C Achl, tr of Pnrllol
Entered for Record Nov. 14, 1908,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. in.
J Kanamti to J Knnamu Jr I)
Kahuo to Manuel Medelros Jr....D
Patrick Cockett and wf to Mrs An-
tonfna Ah Sue U
Uvan da Sllvn to Manuel Machndo
Cum (In Hllid to H Kawal Itel
Samuela K Kawal niul wf lo llvan
da Sllvn M
Col. Oeorgo Kilmer. Past Potcntnto
of Islnm Temple, San Francisco, land
ed from the China last Monday and
since that time he has been taken lu
hand by his local friends who have
gladly plnccd him on the edge of tho
dizzy whirl during the past week.
Here nro a few of the ordeals through
which ho has passed Tuesday, din
ner nt the beach home of J. A. Mc
Cnndless, nt which the following
guests were present Mr. and Mrs.
O. C. Kennedy, Mr and Mrs. J. A.
Kennedy, Col.' Oeorgo Fllmcr, Dr.
anil Mrs. Wadhams, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Wall, Miss Madge McCandlcss,
(Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McCandless. t..
C. Ilrown gave a dinner nt tho Com
mercial Club on Wednesday to tn
following guests- Dr. C. . WooJ,
Matt. Lindsay, K. M- Scovlllc. Dr.
Orossmari, T. II. l'clrlc, J. D. Tuck
er, Col. Kilmer, K V. Ilrown J. A.
McCandless, C. F Murray. John Ross,
Dr. C. H. Cooper. Dr. and Mrs. M. K.
Orossmnn entertained Col. Kilmer
Thursday night, the guests being:
Col. Kilmer, Dr. C H. Wood, Dr. C.
II. Cooper; Mnnnlc Phillips, B. C.
Ilrown, Dr, Hodglns, C. O. llockus,
K. E. Thompson, T II. l'clrlc, C. K.
Murray, J) A. MeCandlchs, Dr. Oross
mun. On Krldaj Dr. C. H. Cooper
lunched Aloha Temple's guest nt tho
Pnlillc Club, where ho met ns gucsU
the following: M Lindsay, Dr. M. 13.
Orossinnn, Col. .1 . Jones, i. to.
Wall. Mnrston Campbell, K. C. ilrown
M. Phillips. J. S. McCandless, K. L.
Walelron, E. J. Lord, T. 11. Pctrlo.
Mlu Julio Damnn. who has been re-
eclvlng so much attention mclally dur
ing tho past week, was the guest of
honor yesterday nt a lea given by Mrs.
II. K, Dllllnglnin at "Woodl.iwn."
Mniivu boungalmlllcn most artistical
ly ilecoritcd the drawing room unit
potted plants ami gieciiB converted tho
iih)iiis Into a icrfect bower. Mrs. Dil
lingham was' assisted by Mrs. Erdman
In receiving the guests and Miss Julio
Damon looked handsome In a dainty
whlto frock'.' Among those present
wero Misses Margaret Castle, Heat
lice Castle, Lorna Inukca, Ireno Fish
dr. Nora Sturgeon, Margaret Water-
Mouse, Marlon Watcrhouse. Hopper,
Constnnco Hestarlck, Bess Woodward,
Violet Damon, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. A.
Lewis, Mrs. 'Walter Frcar and several
Mrs. Laura Wight, and the Misses
Lesllo and Ella Wight have been re
ceiving many calls during tho past
wook. Mrs. Wight and Miss Ella
Wight were! In Japan during tho Fleet
tcstltlvlcs there end MCss I-estio
Wight Joined them, having como on
illrectly from Europe, whom sho has
been living for tho past five years.
Miss Wight will return to Europe In
tho 8nrln'g'"and her future homo will
bo Christiana, Denmark, for sho Ib to
marry a prominent joung man there
She Is mi exceedingly pretty girl with
crnv eyes, darkish hair, refined feat
ures and a charming figure, and sho Is
an accomplished ono as well, speaking
rcvoral languages and playing divine
ly. Mis Meiscs, wlfo of the Lieutcnnn'
Commander of tho Naval Station, biivo
:i most enjoyablo ten on TnoFday In
honor ol hor husband's aunt w.'.j vii,
cll for tho Coast on Monday. Mrs.
Klghton poured tea and the ge.ettr !)
joyed tho afternoon aul tho agiceablo
chit-chat. Tho room was ilarKcied
and the table lighted by can" 7-i''
crimson shades, making i pretty ef
fect, iiinong thoso present worn Mrs.
RecB, Mrs. Seidell Klngsbmy, Mrs.
'.Vadhums, Mrs. Robertson, Mix. Hal-
lou, Mrs. Philip Andrews, Mrs. Wal
ter Frear, Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs.
Carter, Miss Voung. Mltn Hlalr, Has
Lucas, Mrs. Andrado, Mrs. A. Lewis,
Airs J. O. Young, Mrs. Upham, Mrt.
Parsons and jriany others.
Pink asters adorned tho table of
Secretary Mott-Snilth and Ii'ij charm
ing wife, who entertained on Friday
evening In honor of Oovernor and Mrs.
Krear, Mr. and Mr. Kredcrlck Nowell
mil Miss Paty. Mr. Nowell had two
engagements and was obliged to .do
part In tho early evening, but tho In
formality of the ufTalr was much en
joyed, and tho other guests remained
until a late hour.
Last Saturday Mr. and Mrs.
Ilrundt gavo a most enjoyable carl
party nt their beautiful home In Wal-
men, and the evening was a great
cuccess. The guests sat down at
eight tables of bridge-whist und
when at last Mrs. Snndow camo out
as tho wlnnor of a very pretty book
phelf and Mr, Hrodle added another
hook to his library, whllo Miss
Strnyno nnd Mr, Mllllken wero con-t-oled
by caps, the spirit of chaWo de
parted and the guests, settled down
to talk It all over. A delicious sup
per was sered and, though the moon
was up In nil Its glory nnd It was
time to go home, ninny lingered, for
the evening was a most delightful
ono, Tho guests were:' Mr. nnd Mrs.
l'ae, Miss Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs.
Danford, Mr. Aaser, Mr. Hrodle, Mrs.
r.issoth. Miss Fnssoth, Miss Deckpr,
Mr and Mrs. Mnhluui, Judge mill
Mrs, llofgani'd, Mrs. Hansen, MIbs
Whlttlngton, Mrs. U. C. Hofgnard,
Mrs. E. Omslcd, Mr. L. Hlorth, Mr.
Mllllken, Miss Btraync. Mr. Wlldha
gen, Mr. Hart, Dr. and Mrs. Sandow,
Miss Stewart, Miss Cameron, Mr.
Schlefer, Mr. Freist, Mr. Martin Ka
toth, Mrs. O. Omsted, Mr. Ewart.
Our versatllo friend, James Cl.il-
. i ,.... .ih..1
enco uarvcy, wioic nui iuur onn-u
tho following verses na an advertise
ment for Sheridan's "Men and Worn-
Men and women
Tho proper study of mankind is
Alas! mankind Is very, very hu
man, And gets lm-proper when nnd wheio
The rnvorllc study of mankind Is
And do you think his studymuch
What man can sedve n woman's
inroda nnd tenfes?
Her Intuitions win. Ills reason falls
And he goes broke for brief ex
periences. So, here's a tip for you, my fellow
man, Of greater value thnn the lips on
Don't err, as men have erred slnco
In wild pursuit of unknown, ptctty
Oct posted on what's what and who
If you would find n Ben of bliss to
The only way thls-propcr tiling lo ilo
Is this: subscribe for "Sheridan's
Men and Women."
The Mvrtlo lloat Club will glvo u
chowder and dance nt tho Moana hotel
on tho evening of December 6th and
that Is also the night selected by Al
exander Hume Ford feir tho ncrpiatlo
hportB ef thu Outrigger Club, both for
tho oftcrnoeiii as well as tho evening.
it Is earnestly hoped that tho two
clubs will help ech other and pro
nioto tho Joys of tho surf at both
Tho "New Thought" talks nt tho
Kllohana Art League rooms each wook
have helicd mariy thoimhtful. minis.
The members tako turns In conduct
ing tho lectures, nnd Mrs. Francis M.
Bwanzy, Mrs. Ualt anil Mrs. W. M.
(Iraham havo already given very Inter
Mr nnd Mrs. Oeorco Cooke aro ar
riving In "Honolulu 'on Sunday to re
main for good.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Olson nro occupying
their now rcstdonco In Cotlego Hills.
WHITNEY 4 MARSH, LTD.
On Monday, the 16th,
WE WILL PLACE ON
A LIMITED NUMBER OF OUR
French and Irish
Pure Linen, embroidered, reduced from
$15 to $10
Heavy Linen, embroidered, reduced From
$18 to $13.50
French Lawn, handsomely embroidered,
reduced from $35 to $20
3 Lace Robes, 2 Cream', and I Black, re
duced from $40 to $1?
New Season Flannelettes,
1 5c to 20c yard
TO MR. PRIMPIDQE 8ILKIN8.
Your breeches nt, dear sir,
To n perfection,
There's not a wrinkle, .though
There's room ,fer genuflexion,
Which Ib precaution wise, you know.
For kneeling often bags them so!
Your shoes fit like a glove.
They cost ytm cents, I reckon,
They.shlno llko obony,
And havo no dust or specx on;
There's not a couple In tho stato
Who havo a pair to match or mato.
Your waistcoat, sir, extends
Around u graceful middle,
Anil's mado to rrgulato
Llko strings upon a fiddle.
Ocpondlngon tho tlmo to play
ncioro or auer uiiincr, suy.
Your eyes aro very mild,
And our comploxton ' "
Would bear tahn scrutiny
Of closo Inspection;
Your hair Is deftly parted down
'Way from tho center of your "crown.
Which balances your head
Without, If not within, sli.
And 't Is a right good thing to havo
An oven balanced head, sir; ,1
You ha,vo tho hair nor need tho brain
To make a greater coxcomb vain.
No parting over touched
Your doting maiden a heart so
As this samo Parting of your hair
Ccntrlfugally combed, Ol
All havo their foibles, and each heart
Kno'weth Its sorrow, and tya Part.
This dainty enno Is yours.
And with a head of gold, eh!
Dear me, two beads so valuable,
How camo together, thoy?
Apart you know thorn when aloft,
For one Is hard, and ono Is tott!
You wear n ring, of course,
upon your llttlo linger,
Which round and round you twist
When nt tho gato you linger,
Whllo your watch chain divided
A lower set of golden bangs!
You're going now? Adieu.
You'll make a deep Impression;
Miss Cynthia lliown will suroly hear
Tho whole of your confession,
8ho dotes on ties, ennes, pins and
And ne'er refutes little things)
Holualoa, Hawaii, Nov. 1908.
The Bulletin PublliMnR Co..
Ltd., in BRent for the best engraving
and Hthosranhtag- company on
the Pacific Coast and it prepared
to (rive estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also pricevand samples of the
Very Latest inEnjrraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart funrtlon..
M BULLETIN ADS PAY -
To Buy or Sell a
Block of Stock
A good dividend-paying Stock or Bond is a valuable
investment for anyone. It can always be converted
into cash on quick notice, especially if it is a listed
security. An economical way of getting hold of high
grade Stocks or Bonds is to insert a Want Ad. under
the heading Stocks and Bonds. You can both Buy
and Sell this way. The ad. costs but a few cents. Many
pick up bargains merely by reading this column each
day. It takes but a few minutes, and is well worth
the time. What others do you can.
The real OPPORTUNITY market for EVERYBODY in
this city is our Want Columns. Whether it's a chance
to invest money, get a position, find a man or woman
employe, buy or sell anything, it matters not WHAT
the need, so long as it's a WANT you always get
RESULTS just the ones you go after if you use
BULLETIN little WANT ADS. They do their
work in a CONFIDENTIAL way.
A WONDERFUL WEEK i2:os l-l.
, I A now record for three consecutive
Recent Racing Carnival at Columbus, ' beats by a green trotting stallion,.
... - m t .. . A I. . ...ATI, O.l.ntf ..Intl.
;ue u-l, ;ui , -.u. -. win
llshed by San Francisco, by Zombiei,
Tho world's record for p.ie-lui;
mares. In n lace, 2:01 INt, equaled by
Citation, by Norvalson, 2:21 l-l.
A now world's record for threo
consecutive heats by a pacing stal
lion, 2:02 1-4, 2:02 1-2, 2:01 3-4, es
tablished by Tho Kcl, by Uumboller,
II 222 1-2
A now season' sretord for 3-cnr-old
pacing fillies, 2:10 1-4, establish
ed by Catherine Direct, by Olrcct, p.
Bovon new 2:10 trotters, viz.:
Ituth Dillon (1) 2:0G 1-2, by Sidney
Dillon; Uhlan (4) 2:07 t-4, by lllng
en, 2:00 1-4; Lady Jones, 2:07 l-l,
by Captain McKlpncy; San Frnncls-
co, 2:07 3-1, by Zoinbro, 2:11.
Ohio, Proved a Wonder in
Kovlcwlng the first week's results
nt Columbus tho feeling must bo ono
of umazoment, even to tho most blazo
of horsemen. Never beforo bus such
sport, continuing, day after day, with
out a lot-up, cither In point of sensa
tionalism or which is something
iltilto different gcnulno merit audi
true fclgnlflcanco, bcon witnessed nt
a harness race track. Here aro n few
of tho moro salient features, deduced
from a hasty casting up:
Five full elays' racing and n par
Twenty-two contested races, In
which 193 horfces started, trotting
und pacing 73 heats.
Thirty-one heats trotted In tho
a'erago time of 2-08,4,
Forty-two heats paced In tho uvcr
ago tlmo of 2:00.7.
Sovonty-thlen heatK (lotted nnd
paced In thu average tlmo of 2:07.4
MOSQUES ON WHEELS.
Constantinople. 'Oct. 31. Future pil
grims to tho Mahometan saclrcd cities
will ho able to make tholr dootlons In
Thlrty-slx hent-wlnncrs, of which '""fn" car whllo traveling on thu
all but seven took now records. Tno ,nR c(l ,; .n,,,,...! by
A new world's record for 4-year- mnaret six and a half feet high, and
old trotting (lilies In a raco, 2-.0G 1-2, iH interior Is luxmlously fitted with
established by Ruth Dillon, by Sldnoy rich Persian carpets, etc. Verses from
Dillon. tho Koran In golden lotters aro hung
A now world's record for 4-ycar-old around tho walls.
Hotting Eolilliics -07 1-4 establish-1 A clmrt nt "10 0,1(1 ln(llcu1t,:,f "'" ,u'
tiotiing goiuings, ..07 1-4, 'Matiiun. Ifm or tno M ani llt 10 ,)thor
cd by Uhlan, by Illngen. 2:0C l-l; Rro four vl,BSOi holding water fur
he also Hotting tho three fastest ritual ablutions.
heats, 2:07 1-4,
07 1-4, 2:08 1-1,
on iccord by n 4-year-old of any
A new season's recoid for trotting
marcs, 2:04 1-2, established by Lil
lian II., by ,T. T., 2:12 l-l.
new mumiu'k ii-coid for "-year-old
tiotleis, 2:01)1-4, (iHUibllshed by
The Harvester, by Walnut Hall,
Eggs for hatching, from rholco iu.it
Ings; single, comb White Leg
horns; flue cockerels, 12, no and
upwards, vf II, Kraiiss, "Itiiral
nook," Manna. P. O, llox 102.
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