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BVEfflNO BULLETIN, HONOLULTJ.T, H.,S-TUDAr,'JAK.-8, 1909.
Short StoriesFor Evening Hours! 1
PIANO AND ORGAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
anl Tunor. 1B2 Hotel St. or Ha
waiian News Co. For sale. Very
cheap, slightly used, (nil Grand
Decker Plnno, Acolfctn Organs nnd
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. lewis, 102 Emma St.,
teacher of Plan" ami Organ. Grad
uate of Uoston Conservatory.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
aiakiki. uencrai, i;mpioymeni ui'
nee. cor. Pensacola and Derelanla.
ninnk books ot all sorta, lodgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Ilullelln
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE ON PACIFIC
Servants' quarters. Stable. Entiro
premises are in first-class order. Im
mediate possession, i
$30. PER MONTH.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
No. 924 BETHEL STREET.
"two Mfl for orer H1XTV E3
fnvkiirriTT rttvTi.itMiii .
Hn "1-7.K'rr??ilw?"?i1 E3
UttrtmedjrforDtAltRIlU'A. Soli f
r Drurplit. ia .very rrt of th. 5!
S8rttJi..,nr.,l"i.,'t for Km. m
Wlnilaw. ftaothtno. Rrninin v. E3
no other kiad. asXexuktttUt. gj
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbsn
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty, '
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
You Want Electric Wiring Done oi
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
G9 Beretania St. Phone 310.
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
4000 Green Roofing Slats KPxlO".
COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon Drum Commerclat EUj
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and toil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu Tel. 272. ,
FACTORY at Iwilel: Tel. 430.
nw uinw I'lAnUH,
THAYER PIANO 0,0 ,
15 riOTKL BTflKBT.
Wrnen Wire Msliretses RDaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., nfU Alapai si. Telephone
Yee Sing Ke'evPlumher and Tinimith,
Smith St., bet. Ilotol and Pauahl.
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
4-G p. m. 224 Kmmn Square.
pfono taught by experienced teacher
in ti montns; ?;i month (8 lessons)
Special attention given to adult 1)0
glnncrs. Address "Toachcr," this
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autosj we repair
Von Hamm -Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
At a Discount
are Just as easy to ret at a rood lob
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do work I do it right not cheap.
Elite Building. Phone 897.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Bntter and Cheese.
Saiii Wo Meat Co.,
Kins Stre-t MfcrVet. N TeL.288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MR. and MRS,
ing and other
Res. 17p7 II
liha St. above
Japanese Cuiios, Silk Kimonos,
SI'irts. Pajunas, Shirt Waists. Fanoy
aOTEL STREKT NEAR BETHE1
manufactured from pure distilled wa:
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
All kinds In tolls and sheets.
AMERIOAN-HAWAnAN .PAPER .
SUPPLY CO.. LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George 0. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
At Short Notice and Quick Deliver,
EAOLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 575.
jjaf- "For Sale" cards at Bulletin,
"Of course, I can understand my
wife's position In the case," tho Judgo
Bald. "She wants Iter 'only daughter
to marry a man with money, and you
Iintcu't nny. So this Is my plan: I'll
set do n good round sum on you and
)ou can sny It came from n rich rela
tive; then my wife will bo satisfied;
jou can marry Hoxanc and live hap
)' ever nftcr."
Oh!" Oliver's face was bright
with hope, "you aro very good, sir."
"Hut ou mustn't (ell Iloxnne
where jou got the money," tho Judge
pursued; "Bhe couldn't keep It from
"Hut I ought not to deceive my fu
Tho Judge banged a heavy fist on
his desk. "Don't bo foolish," ho said
sternly; "It's tho only way."
"Hut " Then before Oliver could
proceed with tils' objection a clear
olco asked, "May I come In?"
"Iloxnne!" exclaimed the two
She stood hcsltntlnR on the thres
hold, a slender little thing with her
fnlr hair piiffed out under a plumed
"Mother Is waiting In the motor."
silo said, breathlessly. "We aro on'
our way to tho. charity bazaar and I
want Bordo money."
The Judgo kissed her. "Now It's
Oliver's turn," he teased.
"Oh, fulhor," she reproached him
with rt sob, "you know Oliver and I
have had to break bur. engagement
because mother won't hear of It."
And she hid her face on the Judge's1
The Judgo glanced at Olljrer. "Tell
her," he cdmtunnded, and the boy be
gan a hnltlng tale.
As ho' proceeded hoxanc Interrupt--'
ed, "You.mcan that somo one has left
)Ou a fortune?"
"Where did he tiro?"
"I'm not sure," the boy stammer
"I wouldn't Inquire tod closely In
to It, Itoxnnc," the Judgo advised,
hurriedly. "The less said about that
relative of Oliver's the better."
Wllh her face shining tho girl
went swiftly to her lover. "Oh, Oliv
er, Oliver," she said, '"how happy I
For n momont he hesitated, then
ho gathered her Into his arms. "It's
worth everything to know that you'
aro mine, Iloxanc," ho said, huskily;
"It's worth everything to know that
)ou arc mine."
The rustle of silk skirts In the hall
brought him out of his rhapsody. '
"It's your mother," warned tho
Judge, and when the rather stout
lady In mauve cntorrd sho found two
solemn joung people on each sldo of
tho Judged desk. That Roxanc's
plumed hat-was slightly over orio car
and thnt a golden hair strayed Across
Oliver's coat collar wcro details
which' escaped her.
"I thought Rpxano wns novor
coming down," sho panted.
"I found Oliver here," Iloxnne. ex
plained, "and, oh, mother, n rich rel
ative has left him a foriuno."
"A fortuno Oliver?'' scoffed the
stout lady. "Why, ho hasn't a rich"
relative In tho world."
"The fact remains, my dear." tin-
Judge asserted, blandly, "that he has
had a fortune left him by a distant
"What cousin?" was tho demand.
"You needn't tell m'c, James."
"Tilt int." II. n i,,1 ,.,,.l.l
- T' .""ov unuiiiiiiij,
'.1iit nniite.. l.n !.'.? l..t it "
"I'm npt accusing atybody," Mri.
Vnndlvor stated; "1 merely asked yo'ii
w'iiat cousin, James,"- "
Tho Judgo moiiued his fn'mtm.-ul.
The sudden "arrival of tho ladles of
his household had not ghen him tlmo
lo perfect details.
"I'm not sufo of the nnmo, Abhlo,''
he stnmmered: "herhans o Iver can
Hut Oliver weakened, "I thlhk
Mis. Vnndlver Is fight." he said, un
steadily. "Until I can offer satisfac
tory proof of my good fortune It will
lie well for mo to give up Roxane."
"Oliver!" The .wall was from his
betrothed. Hut he went on, "Ther6
may bo some, mistake."
"Of tourso,," said Mrs.' Vandlver.
with aggravating sourness; "come
on, itoxnne," anir she dragged her
unwilling captive from tho room.
Left nlone, the conspirators stared
at each other,
"Now yoil've Hotjo It," said tho
Judge, disgustedly; "why couldn't
jou bluff It odt?"
"Not with Roxane's trusting e)es
on me," said Roxane's lover,
"Well, If.you knew Roxane's moth
er ob well as I do," tho JUdgo growl
cd, "sou would know that It's (he
After a depressing sllonco Olher
v'entuied: "Perhaps If you npproach
oil her differently ynu 'might get bet
ter reiults " t
Tho Judge Binlled, "How do you
Oliver blushcd."0h, well, I'vo somo
time thought, bIt, that If jou appeal
ed to your wlfo's Sense of romance.
"You muijt , have some memories
that would majio hor feel tenderly 'to
ward you1 tdwnfd uh "
"It has been so long, ' tho Judge
murmured, and found himself sud
denly curlo'us as to when he had ceas
ed to think 6( Abblc as the princess
In his fairy tale, When had he'eeas
cd to write sonnets 'to her rlnirlots.
odes to h6r eyebrows?
"You sec, I'm rifrnM we're bcyoni
romance," he murmured "She would
n't Understand." t v
"It seems tonic'," Bald tho "Wlso
joung Danlcf, "that a woman Is nev
er too old to resist an appeal to her
Tho Judgo pondered., "I asked her-
to marry mo oh.' October 16, twenty
two years ago."
"There,' Oliver exclaimed, llanll
iodtiy ! the' lliti. and tomorrow l
an anniversary. Oh1, you've g'til ti
take advantage o'f that, Judge."
"I took he'r t6 ride In my btlggy,"
the Judgo rambled on, sheepishly.
''There was a big, round nloon "
Ho stopped suddenly ''Hut, of
course we've grown scnilhlo since
then." he sdld. wistfully.
"Well, jou Jdti ask her to go to
luol row," Oliver recommended, and
tho Judgo gave In.'
The next overling he presented
himself nl tli'o dinner table arme'd
wHh a long paper box.
"For ou, niy dear,' he said to fill
wife, as s'ho came In with Roxatio
hcavy-cjod and pcrislve.
The box, being opened, showed
"The nearest thing I could get td
pinks," the Jddge "explained.
"Why pinks?" his wife demanded.
"Abble," lie reproached, "have you
forgotten that Iwe'nfy-two years ago
you wore plnkii "
Mrs. Vandlver's expansile features
expressed a blank surprise. "What
happened twchly-twb years ago?"
"I know," Roxane Interrupted.
"There's the picture on father's desk
jbu havo on n bide dress and n
Lunch bf pinks you.sald jou looked
that way when ho asRed you tq mar
The blush that stole up toward
Mrs. Vandlver's gray curls gnvo her
a curious look of youth. "Whj'.
James,:' slie faltered, "'did you rcallj
Yes," said the Judge, .feeling that
had he never forgotten life would
havo held deeper meanings.
Mrs. Vandlver came; around and
kissed her husband. "Thank you,
dear," sho said, with n gentleness
that mado Roxane stnre.
After that It wns not hard to pro
pose a ride by moonlight, nnd Mrs.
Vandlver, consenting, camo down lit
a blue gown thnt becamo her elderly
plumpness almost as well as that olh
er blue gown had set off hor girlish
Tho Judgo's electric runabout re
placed tho buggy of long ago, and ns
thoy went quickly through tho clljr
nnd out Into tho country roads that
astuto gentleman refrained from any
mention ot Oliver nnd Roxane. All'
his talk was of things of the past.
"How happy we were(l Abblo," hi
aaiu in iasi, onu nis who responucu,
wistfullj', "Very happj', James."
A golden moon liiing ,ubovo the
dark lino of the hills. Tho air was
sweet with tho splclncss ot tho pines.
The Judge was thrilled with bygond
emotions, and his arm went com for
tnbly about his wlfo's waist.
Then Inho rapture oftlio restor
ation to her place of romance, ot tho
Abbloof long ago ho forgot Oliver
He was brought buck with n shock
when Mrs. Vandlver said, as they
turned toward home; "I've been
thinking of Iloxnne; (f she really
loves Oliver I don't know but I
"Of course you ought,'' said thq
Judge, promptly; "give them jour
blessing nnd let them be as happy as
we are."' ' ' "
"I nm jifiald that Oliver has bcon
been fooletl by some of'thosd firms'
Who hunt up lost heirs," the lady
pursued. "Of course, Oliver was sin
cere, but I don't think much at the
"KB." mendaciously, "It didn't
seem probable."' t
"You can fettle- something on them
after they aro married," said Mrs.
Vandlver. 'Wo linieu't any 'one to
leac It to hut Itoxnne and nnd It
would bo nice to have them engugct
on tHe same day that wo. were, Jlm
mle." Jlmmlo! Tho magic ot tho youth
ful nppellatlon mado tho Judge feu1
ilKu ii colt. -" " r
'.'''l.ct'H got (hem married, nnd jou
n It'll I will go oh nnd 'havo'nnnther
none) moon," ho pioposod, Jubilantly,
"We will havo tho tithe ' 'of our
fl'Uc rlpplo that came from lit
No Other Quite So Good.
It is a PARIS WHITE prep
aration that docs not "set,"
as do the Plaster Paris prep
arations, As a( result, it can be used
for sevend days after mixing.
Insist upon having DEKO
RATO used. Sold by
Lewcrs & Cooke
177 S. KING STREET:
What spot ia' these. Islands can 'ex-
eed the great Waime .Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scsn
ery? City folk in want of, rest and
recreation will learn with pleasurt
nai me vyaimea uome oi Mr. jmvio
Forbes, late Manager of "Cukuihaels,
is now in the hands, of Mr. H. Akona,
Ue. well-known Chefi
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on' reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAE.
F, 0. Address. Kawaihae.
A FINE LINE OF
Book Cases and Filing
. LOOSE-LEAF DEVICES'
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
GO TO THE
ZMAS CARDS and
BON BON HOLDERS
' fl.50 TO $2.25 A PAUL
Bulbs! Bulbs! Bulb's!
Various Kinds of Flowering Bulbs.
THE FL0RIE8T, HOTEL Y0UN5 Bid
Xint; Itree't, Ewa of Fiskmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
.GOODS of XVERY DE
For Distilled Water and Assorted
Soda Water, delivered to office and
residence, RING UP 557, ., 1
Arctic Soda Water Works
1263 Miller St. M. B. DE SA.
GET I.T N0W!
i r '
BERG8TR6M. MUSIC Co., Ltd.
S-CENT CIGAR '
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
wife's lips was n silver echo of tho
golden laughter of other days.
"We will," sho said, nnd lifted her
fare to him In tho moonlight, "and
now let's go right home nnd tell tho
THE TICKLE DUN.CH.
Said Sho "Yen, I htlio a uVgn mini-
hor of friends In tooloty"
fluid Ho "TIumi Mm haven't been
In society long, ch?" ''""
AdvtrtlMmtntt Under this Htadlno
On Cnt Pr Word Each 0y. No Ad
vtrts.m.nU Inserted for Less Than
A lady, who occupied a now and hand
somely furnished home In Hono
lulu's best suburb, desires a lady
lompanlon to make her homo with
her during tho extended absence
of her husband on Hawaii. Ad
dress "J. O. a." llulletlu office.
A ) buna-man who has taken a TjUsI-
ncs course In any local school, to
take a permanent position In an
office as assistant bookkeeper. Ad
dress "It. D" Bulletin office.
Small furnished cottage, above Here
tanla .St. preferred. Address with
particulars, "M" P. O. l)ox 302.
Ever) body to make Inoney by -lant
Ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
llox 102 Llhue, Kau,al. JlSt'-tf
econd-hand lat-top desk; must b.
reasonable. Adr. "KP.," tils
offlca. " '- S9SS.lt
A tecond'haod. showcase, about (x2xl
feet. Address with price "P.," this
: U :
A baby carriage. Stat condition
and price to "J. K" Bulletin of
Clean wiping rati at the Bulletin -f-
Clean furnished rooms for working-
men; Jl week up. Apply 1280 Fart.
One or two rooms, with er without
board. Apply "II.," this offlce.
Uy a young lady, position at assist
ant bookkeeper or other offlce or
store work. Address "11. D" this
Position by expert bookkeeper 'and
statistician. Address "J. Q. B.,"
Bulletin office. 4090-tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs,
D. UcConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Large front room, also 2-room cot
tage. 729 King St. 41S8-tf
Large furnished rooms.
732 Kl'nau St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
For lady and centloman. Wilder 'Ave.
near Keeaumoku. Address "X. Y.
Z."tbls office". 4169-lt
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOJ.S Qr SALE
Of XAPiOLANI PARK ADDITI01
and other desiraklt localitis.
For Bale it a' Bartain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bsrjaln.
Pau Ka liana
Does everything in the
kitchen but cook.
AT YOUR GROCER'S
Auto for Hire
'MANUEL REI6.-4JaU np at any
time by telephone' any one of these
numbers : M0, 200, 1087.
and oloth of A-l quality can be per-
P.O.Box 01. ' Telephone 111.
ASSESSMENT Nfl. 0
In the Harrison Mutual Henerolent
Association due Dec. 1C, 1908, de
linquent Jtii. 15, 1909. All assess
ments nro payabjo at the Secretary
office, KnplolanI Uulldlng, KlnJ nhd
L. AYAU SHOE COMPANY
Dealers in Fine Footwear and Sport'
1005.NUUANU.ST near Kinc
'.. ,:'.,. nOKOLULU.'T. n.
Adv.rtlsem.nts Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Eeh Day. No Ad
vertisements Intirttd for Less Than
Ten Cents. '
A valuable collection of sumps. This
collection Is the property ot the
widow of the late II. W. Iloweo,
Kid Is the result ot his effort la
many years of labor; they con be
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3ll-lf
House and lot; house furnished or
unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closets,
electric, lights and gas, on main
car line; At a bargain. Addrct
J'Lerols," Bulletin. 4159-tt
Ford runabout 1908 Model. In uso
only three months. Perfect condt- .
tlon. For demonstration apply
Royal Ilawn. Oarage. 4200-lw
Collie pups, flora pedigreed rtock.
Price from $10 to $20; female $10.
Hornqr'a Ranch. 4H0-U
A No. 1 White Leghorn rooster. No.
1941 South King St. 4174-tt
On road to Pall, fox terrier, black
spot on cje and car. Answers to
namo ot "Puppy " Howard on re
turn to Art Theater. 4200-tt
Pass Hook 2499 lost. Finder plcaso
return to Hlshop & Co. 4lDD-
Palr of gold-rlmmcd nose glasses?Re.
ward at this office. 4192
""' and r-
Dunn's Hat Shop,
BERETANIA AND FORT
Fresh Fruits and
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
- ' iRefunded.
Corner Beretania and Alakea Sts.
IMPORTER OF FRUITS AND .
from California, Vancouver ft Seattle.
at th automobile, fcnifiei and ear
riaget we' havo recently overhauled
- THE1T 8EX US.
W. W. Wright Go."
King Street aear Strath I
v , TeL 252 "
Mr. and Mrs.
BRUISES, ,. ,
INO, and .ether
41 NUUANU ST
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either Wth otWithoat Framei. ,1
PAOrFIO.PICTUItK FRAJlTJra CO.,
185 editorial rooms ,10 bgsl.
rjess oltlco. These are the telephone
numbers of tht bulletin office.
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