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-EVENING I1UI-.ETIN, HONOliUlit', T. H;, SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 1909.
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Woven Wire Mattresses repaired nt
tlio I'uclorv Honolulu Wlro lle.l
12G0 Alapal St.
Tiaiio (aught by experienced teacher
l;i G months; $3 month (S losson-l)
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PlM'Llill UlieUllllll KUII III Ullll,l w
glnners. Aildrcw "Tcachor," ilils
R esiden cc Prop ert ies
Wnikiki, Kaalawni $1,000
Kalakaun Avenue $1,600
Bcrctania Street $4,000
Kiinu Street ?4,250
Kinau Street $4,000
Tcrt Street $4,000 1
Pacific Heights 7,500 j
Paeiflo Heights $l,G00j
Artesian Street $1,000
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
NO. 924 E2THEL STREET.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
JVl- irtililptf & Co.
Vfholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY .GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN STS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Traminc a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE 407. .
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimono.,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancj
IVJ.' , ' '
HOVEL STREET NliAR BETHEL
W H EN
You Wnnt Electric Wiring Done oi
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eatterics, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
G9 Beretania St. Phone 315
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nnl RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specinlty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed nt shortest notice.
4000 Green Hoofing Slate 10"xlir.
COO Ono and Two I'roug Iron Fence
1 2S-gullon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Cnstlrnn Fitting with Flanges,
for Vi" Wrought Plpo.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for nil crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel, 430.
sn 1-fx.iw " uairm"aini
AND OTIIKK PIANOS
THAVE't PIANO CO.
IKS HOTKI. STRWT.
lll.iuir-bo.)kf of nil mil
etc manufactured b the
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. Clcnoral Lniployment 01-
flee, chr. I'eiisacoU nnd-Heretanla.
Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. ia.;
! p, in. 224 Ktniiiii Rfjuino,
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Yee Sing Kcc--Plumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smltti dt.. bet. Ilntftl and-Pauahl,
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, a1tea, and Union.
Your machine will he ready or
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
ipfiuau paEJinM P PIO n9
'r0Bn Q.K To
joqio on e
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H. " M.n ui JVI44I
i i BAV'ITV san
sNHxaog -tiimo ju feanxpog
V!9J?i P.SKomiit & RtvnX
X1XIR ioAo 10 (na umii vu
At a Discount
nre ju.-t ns easy to get as a good job
of painting at a cheap price. When
I do woik I do it richt not cheap.
Elite Bui'ding. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
KANEOHE BEEF '
Ahvn-s nn Head Young Pigs, Poul
try, r.rgs, lVah B itfr and Cheese.
Sam Wo M sat Co.,
Kin Strent Mt,rVet
MR. nnd MRS
$ and other
linents quick -
i.C5, 1IUI il
ha St. above
All kinds in Tolls and sheet.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort, and Queen Stj Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Bulbs! Bulbsh Bulbs!
Various Kinds of Flowering Bulbs,
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
TirF.FT.ORrEST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid
Suits Pressed j
I At Short Notice and Quick Delivery, i
EAGLE DYEING AND i
Fort Street Phone 573.
The Weekly Edition of the F.venlng
Bulletin o a complete-summary ol
tho news of the day.
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
i m i i - M'"'
Tin- wine mollior who -vantH to navo
llic iloctor's bill ami yet deprive the
I children or nothing, will mako most
of her candy at lionuj, Hjio will thou
up sure inni an mu iiigicuicnts are
Jiuro and that no poisonous colnrlus
matter line been used. Tlic always
popular fudge is noutlshlng. Kalcu
lu .small (manlltterf It will. never burin
lliq Hlomacli of oven a dellcato child,
v() hero 1r glion two recelpcs (or that
Fudge Delight Mix together Invii
borcclnln RMicepnn ono cup of white
sugar and ouu cup of dark-brown sug.
ar nnd add to It a quarter o( a cup ot
lnolnBson olid half a cup of rich cream
In nuotliur 11 tt lu pan melt about a quar.
tor of a cup ot'buttor nud when mottud
Rdd It to the other mixture. Jlrlng tt
all to n boll and keep It boiling (or
two or threo minutes while .you Mir it
tapldly. Then add two squares of
Krated chocolate. Uoll hard for five
minutes more, stirring rapidly at flrvt.
and gradually nioro slowly, Itcmoio
from the flio and add a teaspoon nud
u hal( ot vanilla. Stir unlit It beroni"i
thick, pour Into buttered pans and a?t
away to cool, marking out In rqumvs
boforo It liardcni.
Nut FudAs Dissolve two Itquaros of
chocolate In ono cup of tnllgk nnd addi
two cups of granulated ftigar. Then!
odd a tablespoonful of butter. When
tho mixture has conkod rp that you
can leo the bottom of tho pan when
stirring remove from the fire nud boat
until nearly cold. Add ono cup of hit
nry nuts, chopped rather fine, nnd Jour
Into hutlerod pans mid mark out In
Bqiiarcs heforu thoinughly cooled.
Creole Kisses Put tho whltos of
uiree eggs into ji oowi, add hair n
pound of sugar and boat until It wIll!"IUo or cord ornament upon Hie but
stand. This takes uearJv twenlv mliJtn. Kven Hat-colored bonis are used
ulea. Then add gradually half pourd
of nuts any kind will do, but pecan
nuts are host and Anally half ten
sHon o.f Manila. Drop uyApooiifuls on
brown paKr not buttered and bake
lu a medium oven until they crack
tpon. When they are a golden bro.Mi
they juo done.
Ice-cream Cindy In n .p-ircchln
l'ned or og.ilo saucepan boll together
ono nnd one-half cups of whlto-sugar
threo-quartcrs of a eupif cold water,
tnblcsxHn of butter, lahUispiHui of
lemon extract, or Julco of lemon
enough to make that amount and Juti
r. pinch of cream of tirtar. llnll mull
It becomes hard when dropiied Into
cold water nhd will crackle on the ldo
of tne cup. Add tho flavoring Just
when tho candy Is coming off tho flio
snd stir well. Pour off Into buttered
.in. r.A i . T . . "rei
tins nnd when cool enough to hand e.
pull until perfectly white. Pull out
Into strings about
thumb and cut lu
ns thick as jour
pieces with largo
Cocoanut Creams Duy ono largo
coeoanut and In breaking It open save
eery bit of Its milk. Pour n pound
and a half of "granulated sugar Into i
pin with the milk and tho-nut iuu
heat slowly together until tho sugar
melted, nud then let it simmer for
rbout flvo minutes, Orato tho fresh
tocociiiit and add It slowly. Doll for
leu minutes after tho cocoanut Is all
In, uml stir constantly to keep It from
Flicking to tho bottom of the pot and
burning. Pour out onto butlernd
ililim plates and rut Into squares.
This should then be set into it cool
placo and left for forty-eight hours, m
It take about that tlmu Io harden.
ii is surprising, s.uu a young wo
' ""'" "hmv H"1'" polishing shoes ie-iy
demand, If ono will only tnko proper
.nrp nf , foot Roar,
. To my mind, constant polishing
lulus rhoes: It destrojs the natural
I liulsli of tho loither and roughens the
1 iiirface sn the shoes never look nniant
i Mid neat. Ily taking caro of slnics. I
IIIL'TIl UI VtU HI! IIIU I1U9I WJUi U JUR
cvi-ry ttiiio you tnko thiMi, tiff nn oily
nu? Is usinlly preferable.
Tin ii when they do demnnd a little
polish , do not use n hrusli with stiff
Inlstles a pleco of flannel Ib better
by far I have followed out this plan
lor sev nil years."
SAYS MEN EAT
MORE HTAN WOMEN.
In a small restaurant that caters to
persons on economy bent, the bill of
faro Is headed by this notice:
"ItegulRi dinner: Men, 25 cents,
women, IS centB,"
"How Is Ilils?'1 asked a chance cus
tomer belonging to tho sex most heav
ily taxed "You charge us fellows 10
ic nts more than you do tho' women
j What havo wo done that wo should bo
io niscriuiiuiiieo ukoui i
"You eat more," was tlio plain io
jolndei'. "It doesn't cost nearly so
much to feed women ns men, hut wo
me the first concern lu this part of
! town that has been brave enough Io
! say no In plain print. Many foreign
I rnutnni-.intu tmv.i rrenanlTpil tli:,l f.ict
I'lid have legul.ited their cliatges lie
iuidlut'1) Uoaidliie. liouiOH, loo, are
well acquilntftd" with the masculine
I'ppetlle, and sutlsf) Its longings at u
"Howuier. If the male boarder l
mbject to excessive charges, ho alwii)
has the satisfaction of know Ins tic p '
1.1m money's worth. Walters In lnti
tutlons of that kind are required to re
port In the kitchen whether an ord' r
Is for n 'lady' or 'gentleman, nnd tli.'
cook dlshei up In proportion to Un
capacity of the diner. Some ch'ip
tcstauruiits hno adopted the plan of
serving 'hidjllko' portions at tuck tint
torn prices, thereby enabling the man
with nu appetite to doubly up on Ills
order nnd preserve a fair rallo be
twccli the com of men's and women i
meals. Hut we like our plan In tin
It rIvcb eu'ryborly a fair how onl
FASHION'S LATEST MANDATES.
Scarlet plumes have an Inning with
the black hat.
All black hats nu still the rage In
nil kinds of mntarlnls.
Though never obstrtirlvely fashion
f.blc. the grays aro the choice of many '
really well-drcsn-d women, partlcu'ai
ly for evening dresses that ale tn b i
Young gills nre' wearing sonilprln '
coss frocks, an exceedingly prctt) an 1 1
opproprlnto fashion. No other model I
has ever ;,rood so ber-jiipnt: 'o tho '
school girl from 14 to 18 years of age .
Tailored belts have buckles of burn
The usual leather trapplugi me now
Egyptian hatpins and buckles aie
Mrlklug In their dull, rich colors.
flnultlet rIovch in soft kid, Hiiede and
chamois aro worn this season.
Hold rlolh Is now used In making
buttons for silk or satin dresses The
extra trimming Is furnished In u die-
In button adornment
The silhouette of the fashionable
wtimun Is almost straight The new
models show not only very scant
skirts, hut an Increased size of waist
This makes tlio' lines of the flguie iir'
about straight up nnd down.
The kid and satin uenlng Hllppi c
has been ousted by thoso of gold, Ml
ut and bronre. The latter Is high lu
favor. This Is good news to girls who
must be economical and who c.iuiint
afford to get new slippers every wte't
or hnte then! lenowed and clo.med
The bronio ones aro uioro srlcc
able than any except patent leather !
and the latter are not nearly as drossy
and appropriate. The brouo ones
cm ,, faahionable sandal shape
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ulth bended straps across the Instep,
as well as in tno snort too supper witn
a butterfly of gold as an ornament.
Qllb tfu-itnta nrr tiuv nimlu In n I
Perfect bron.o color to go with tho
fcllpiiers and they should lio got. A
foot does not look Its best when coy-
cie.l with n limine s!lpior and n stock
li.g several shades lighter. It Is not
correct to wear stockings of other
color wltli, the bronze sfllppcrtt, as It Is
with thoso of sllicr, gold and white
There Is a preparation sold ut the
i-hfHj Mores to renew tho bfonio. It
Is onsy to put on whenever tho kid
loses 1 1 ii first freshness. It can bo ap
plied nt homo and dots not need an
exifrt to do It.
WAY TO REPAIR LA"CE CURTAINS
A woman with three pairs of lace
curtains the worse for several seasons'
doing up looked them all over when
they came from the cleaner the other
day and wherever she found a tear or
worn place she applied a piece of net
of the same meih us tho curtains, mil
then lioncd it down with a nindetulel'
The pieces scarcely showed on clos
Inspection and whin I lie) are In the
I inlds of the window dra
bo Feen In some nlaeos
ping will pot
ih on the edge
where theio was a pattern, u few
stiles weie taken Imitating the work
and running the patch Into the fouu
WAY TO EXTRACT DEEF JUICE
A good way to extract the Julco from
beef for thoso who require that nour
ishment is to bioll the beef on n grid
fjron for a fuw niliiucs uud then squeeze
witn u lomon squeezer. Add u little
AMMONIA CLEANS CHIFFON.
To clean a chiffon blouse coier tho
blouso with a powdered ammonia, roll
It up tightly and leave It for a day or
two. Then shake out the hlouso,
which will look llko new.
TO KILL ODOR OF PAINT.
Hum Juniper beules lu u nsini that
has been freshly . painted or papered
Keep the windows closed for Iwelvo
hours, then air thoioughly, mid the
mom is huhltuble. .
LARD FOR PIE CRUST.
Some cooks prefer hrd Instead of
butter fin pie runt not because It Is
Lhcapor, but because, they bolleve It
iiiukos tt niiiili tenderer crust.
Par eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
fti""! I . f rttntn
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 11). tins
linker's Cliomlnte (unsweet
ened), 1-2 11). cakts
(icnnan Swrct Chocolate,
1-1 11). cakes
For Silt tT Ltffdlnc Groctrt In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Lid.
DOKCIiaSTER, MASS,',l.'. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
What Mot i& these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery! City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn witn pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address. Kawnihae.
Rat and Roach
rias xne nouso oi au vuriniu
jn nirht. Drives rats and
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HHCO OUt Ot ttXQ H0US0 tO die.
2 oz. box 35c: 10 ot. box $1.00.
Sold cverywbern or sent exprett
prepaid on receipt ot price.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago. III.
A BIG STOCK to nuke a selection
from and our PRICES ARE AWAY
DOWN THIS YEAR.
WALL, NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD.
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN OUTING THAN
ST. CLAIR BIDG00D,
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tht
with their new FRENCH
(57 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
SUBSTITUTE FOR PARSLEY
The green tlpt of relet) or minced
Icuos.if biiisiicU sprouts nut) be sub
stltuied for p.usle) when that Is not
olitulimble toi garnishing
Ill massaging wi Inkles use the lips
f the llng"iH uml thumb, iilwayf work
Ing ucmsx the line, neier follow lln
lines of the creaies.
FOR PUMPKIN PIES.
To keop pumpkin or custuid pie
fiom ujlmlm; pin muii in last and
ttlr well bofmv putting into the crust
Ijluuk buul.i of ull mitt ledgrri
etc,, ii.anufauured l) ih" Hull' n
I W A JN 1 " B
WANTED t OH bALS
1 Aavcrtitements Under this HeaJinn
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Intertcd (or Less Than
1 Ten Cents.
i io pun luis w unil-liiitid men's nnd
women i iiilii" K llnynsh', V.
. Wilght Ilullilliig. King St.
liver) body to maku money by olant-
lug rocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
llox 102 I.lhue, Kauai. 4190-if,
Seconil-hniid galvanltot rorrugat'ed I
Iron. Communknie II ," thli of-
, Clean wiping rags at tho Bulletin nf
i SITUATION WANTED
! I'xpcilriiioil Mida water in. in A to '.
I deslies engagement. Aildrrux
"Pop,' this olliie 4210-1 ,v
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have a
watch and n good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
W. C. Peacock Co., Ltd.,
Horse, Buggy and
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST. ,
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King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTI0N. TYPEWRITERS .AND
Everything that the Name Implies
Ate n i r 1,1 Harnacc Licenses,
Office Supply - oJJdloNoAMEiicHANTpsHT,
931 rOPT ST
Advertisements Under this Headlnu
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ao
vertlsements Inserted for Less Thin
liuic una lui, Ii'iiim.- luinlxhed or
unfin nlshed, 7 room, four clo-eli
eleitile lights and g.m, on in-iin
inr lino; At a bargain. Addr--i
"I,qiols." llulletln. 41-".9-ir
(iood enrlh for our garden or .u 1.
liny now when )ou have tlio rhino .
Addicss O V MelKiiiRill l"1" '
OnllPk Avcnuo. Clt. 421.'.-2-v
Housi" nnd lot IS200 oquaic
feet) on Itobello I.ane Appi'- i.
It. Jlossmnn. 'Occidental llniel"
Ti.mllv horse, good drhei . nfi.ild "T
nothing. ApplN 1019 Iteietnliln
I House, in looms, 192.1 Knlnkniia
Al" . ' Walklkl' . opposltu car turn.
Hot-water Stove. Porcelain Haiti
Tubs nnd IJaslns, Klcctrlc rixlure-i
and cottage Included; 122 T.O per
month Apply "IIOK." 1029 KaU-
I kiiiia Avenue, "Walklkl "
4.'1 : Jan 20. 2S, 2.1, 2S, 30,
I IVb I. ".. 9. 12. 16
New aud thoroughly furnished hoilM
in Muno.i l for i cut for one or twn
jeuis Address ' II ." llulletln or
fl,.t. 4 20i-lt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
I 1J. McConnell. 1223 Emma St.
Km nlshed .'i-room cottage
Place Phone 10-S".
I.aige fiont room, "39 King St.
! at the automobiles, buggies and wr
1 riages we have recently overhauled
, nnd painted
THEN SEE US
w. w. Wright Co..
Mr, hnd Mrs.
ING, and other
444 KINO ST..
B'virf rf fi tffUi
Wing chong co
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of K0A and
Miceinw rTTnwrTITPr. Mode Tf
-- . , ,
i 941 NUUANU ST
'and cloth of A-l quality can be pur-,
j SANO CHAIN,
IP 0 Box 961. Telephone 931.
, P. H. BURNETTE.
Attornev-at-Lnw for the District
' Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgapes. Deeds, Bills of Sae,
I Leases, Wills, etc ; Agent to Grant
R, MIYATA & CO., ,
'CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS. PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ana
Sashes Boucht and Sold.
KING ST., PAIAMA JUNCTION
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