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Japnnese male aud female help sup
ptiA promptly for nny work. 1128
Union St j Phone 670. 4239-lin
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 8-0 a. m.;
4-G p. in. 224 Etnma Square.
House For Rent
An opportunity of securing
a large six-bedroom house,
thoroughly modern and in
good condition. Fine location
We only ask $30 per month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
. NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
1260 Fort St. Phone 488.
Mr. and Mrs.
ING, and other
444 KINO ST.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUAND.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
.tor. Delivered to any part of city by
OAUU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant SL
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips &?Co.
v Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and CUEXN 8T8.
: S. SA1K1,
, Bamboo Furniture Made tp Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty,
603 S. BERETANIA ST.
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
. ., tent ion paid to JOB WORK, and re
tpairs executed at shortest notice.
AJNU UJJllill I'lAHOD,
TKAYEH PIAfiO CJ.
158 HOTEL STREET.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Fnctory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber anil Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel nnd Pauahl.
furniture, Iron Beds.
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
All the finest Society Sta
tionery in perfectly finished
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St., near P. 0.
For Walanne, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 49: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
itatlons 17:30 a. m., "D:1D a. ni.,
11:05 n. m., 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.,
5:16 p. m., 19:30 p. in., tll:00'p. m.
For Wahlawa 'OilS a. m. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Waiauao 8:36 a. m.,
..6:31 p. ni.
Arrive in Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City t7:4G a. m., 8:36
s, m., 10:38 a. m., 1:4Q p. m., 4:31
p in., 5:31 p. m.. 7:30 p. ni.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:38 a. m. and S:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only. ,
The Halulwa Limited, n twohnur
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives lu
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Peir) City and Walaiiae.
tt P. DKNIRON. V. a SMITH.
Tour machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDING.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
parity. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity, French Ranges, sir
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Flumbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
Alwavs on .Hand, Young Pigs, Poultry,-
Eggs, Fresh Butter, and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street M&rket. Tel. 288
YOUNC- TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER .CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
(or all crops, climatio and soil con
OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel 430,
WOMEN'S NATIONAL RIVERS
AND HARBOR CONGRESS
Mrs. Augustus Knudsen, vlco pres
ident for Haw nil Is completing the or
ganization of thu Territory, Mrs. John
Scott will hao churgo of the public
ity work on Hawaii, with MIbs Jose
plilne Deo In charge of tlio education
al work, and Mrs. George Couka Is ap
pointed to bead both departments on
Iteports have been received of thu
first conservation meeting in Hawaii,
called by Mrs. John, Scott at her home
In llllo. Over, fifty ladles vwero In at
tendance, and, Uio,-lntVrcBt shown, In
tho Conservation "movement ns
Walked aud enthusiastic. Thirty-six
enrolled themselves ns members of (he
Woman's National Hirers nnd Harbors
Congress ,at thu close of the meeting
Plans hiTvo, been formulated by Miss
Dcjo, to interest llie schools of the Is
land lu, the movement.
The fojjowlng Is an extract from a
paper r,qad by MIbs Mlnnlo need of
Ivutueliainclia Hoys' school at tho re
cent conservation meeting held lu Ho
tiolulu nt tho Pleasnnton:
SOME SUQQE8TION8 FROM
THE KUMUWELA CLUB
(By Miss M. Reed)
1. Thu Kumnwela Club suggests
Hint public camping places or parks
be established on every Island. These
capping places should havo somo
rough sheds or cottages whera pcoplo
would bo protected from tho wonthor.
There Bhould bo n responsible care
taker nnd a small fee be paid or tho
uso of tho camp. Tills would mnko it
easy for most any party of people to
go camping In thu mountains very
cheaply; and ft would Increase tho ap-
picclntlon of our youth for the forests
nnd mountains, nnd for simple, health
2. Wo suggest thnt the recommen
dation of Mr. Van Dine, tho Federal
entomologist. In rcgnrd to Introducing
insectivorous perching birds, after they
havo been studied In an aviary, bo
Bcrlously considered. His recotnmen.
datlon was that certain birds thnt
would protect cattle ,pnd sheep from
Injurious files, should be Imported
from California,, where they nro na
tive. Tho perching birds are all Insect
feeders and hnrnileoa, pxeept Tor tho
lew userul insects that they cat, Many
of tho perching birds are charming
songsters, and .they would add very
grcntly to tho nttractlvcness ot our
gardens, parks and forests. Numerous
song birds would doublo tho Joys of
camping and tramping In tho, forqst
Why, not havo them In Honolulu ,ond
on Tantalus? Hero Is a chanco, for tho
Promotion Committee to add to our
attractions. From an economic stand
point wo might find these Insectlver
ous birds of" great value. In destroying
many of cmr Insect pestB In gardens,
fields nnd forests, and savo tho gard
eners and fanners much loss ,nnd ex
lense. To make, sure that no bird nuisances
bo imported, it would bo wlsq to fol
low Mr, W. A. Bryan's suggestion to
establish a. largo. Introduction aviary
and carefully study each bird's food
habits beforo they are freed. Several
difficulties stand In tho way of the In
troduction of these birds. First, they
aro hard to patch In, largo numbers, for
the experiment; second, they nro very
hard to feed artificially, as they must
havo llvo Insects for food; third,
whoro Is tho money to pay tho pxpenso
of tho ornithologist,, for collecting, car
ing ror, and studying these birds in
All of these difficulties arc- probably
Eurniountnuie ir wo hnvo tho.euthus
lasm and energy to .arouse a strong
puunc sentiment in ravor of this pro
ject, is It not rcnlly worth trying?
Have wo not beon benefitted by tho
Llrds Introduced by Hlllebrand, Japjon
nnd others? except perhaps tho spar
row, which Is something of a nuisance.
Tho mlnah has his fnuUs, also, yet ho
undoubtedly dovpurs Jpany Injurious
Insects that would eat our gardens, and
crops, yortulnly tho skylark,, tho lin
net und tho mourning, dove have nil
added much pleasure tp our rides and
walks., Tho wild turkeys, pboasants
and tho California quail have nil fur
nished sport for tho hunter nnd game,
for tho tnblo.
3. Wo BUggcst to whoever owns, or
leases land for a number of years ,tiat
ho plant trees in tho stony places and
small corners and plots not.suitablo
for cultivation, and t.nlqns tho high
ways wloro It Is ppsslb'lo. Also jthut
the owners of small homes (earn to
plant better trees nnd to plant them
mora artistically, or' effectively so, thnt
they will add beauty to tho yliolo
4. That all of us teachors- try to
urouso a greater lovo for tices and
trco planting among tho children ,pud
their parents, und that when, wo, are
planting school grounds wo .pxcrclso
fcamo enro and taste In selecting tho
best posslblo trees for that paitlaular
5. That wo as a club, and as Indi
viduals, try to arouse a greater lovo
for nature, especially for tha, moun
tains nnd tho forests; nnd thej sjmplo,
healthful Joys of camping.
C, Thnt we reepmmend carnplng va
cation scIiooIb to be organized forjmys
nnd girls ot high school age, similar to
those established In tho Mulnu woods
und other Eastern localities. That
groups of ton or twenty boys or girls
bo organized with n rollnblo matron
nnd teacher In charge, nnd that they
rest, trnmp, loungo, bhIiii, nnd stay up
In tho high altitudes as much ns tho
vacation ns posslblo, living on simple,
wholesome food. The teacher In
chnrge should bo n naturalist and hot
nntst aud teach the young pcoplo somo
ot the things about plants, trees, In
sects and birds, that would ndd a
keener Joy to every wnlk nnd ride. I
can think ot no pleasuro grenter than
leading n group of bright joung boys
or girls on such nn excursion nnd
pointing out to them somo of the
beauty nnd poetry In the living things
7. We suggest that everyono who
owns mountain lands or camps in the
mountains consult Mr. Husmer and
renil the bulletins about tree planting,
then secure 'Bceds and )oufig trees nnd
plant thenl wherever there Is vacant
8. Wo suggest thnt moro pcoplo
plant tho rarer fruits Ilka the mangas
teen, chereomoyn, lycheo, chutney
mangoes, etc., In their gardens, nnd
plant ornamental trees and fruits along
tho public roads for the pleasure of
travelers, as Is dono lu certain parts
9. Last, but nnl least, wo suggest
that n Bpcclal camp be established, In
the mountains ot Konn particularly
for those young ,boys and girls who
aro threatened with or arc in tho first
stages ot tuberculosis; that this cahip
be permanent, nud comfortable, and
in chnrgo of competent people, and
thnt .Instruction nud amusement, as
well as out-door work, bo provided for
these uufortunato children so tjiat they
may grow well nnil'BtronR, If possible,
nnd nt the Bamo time havo training for
futuro usefulness and self-support. If
wo aro'golrig tq'Jonscrve our natural
resources, wo must look out nud pan
wisely for Jhe children, for they are
tho greatest resource for tho .futuro
republic. Whatever trains or protects
tho children moro effectively adds
most to our futuro greatness.
HOW A WOMAN, HOLDS
A MAN'S AFFECTIONS
A wise and observing person stated
tho other day thnt many n wife com
plains that her husband docs not take
her out, that sho only sees him at
meals, or that ho makes friendships, In
which she has no part. Further, tjiat
sho blames him for neglecting heranil
thinks herself, tlluaed; jet, ho Is only
lollowlng tho natural Instinct ot hu
manity tho fatilt 1h rcnlly hers. Tho
easiest way n wlfo can hold her I1113.
band's affection nnd sympathy Is by
Dcauty, which Is possessed by using
Dr. T. Felix Couraud's Oriental Cream,
or Magical' Beautified; It will render
your skin a soft pearly whiteness, freo
from tan, pimples) freckles, moth
patches, and nil blemishes ot .tlio skin
nt tho same tlmo, defies detection.
The Oriental Cream, has stood tho test
of tho public approval for over Half a
Century, and still gaining more. Cou
raud's Poudre Subtile, or Depilatory
Powder, will romovo superfluous hair
without pain or Injury to tho skin try
It. For Bale by nil Druggists or Fancy
Goods dealers, or direct from Propri
etor, 37 Great Jones Street, New York
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapued
jeady for mailing, 50 cent at B u 1 -
i e 1 1 n ottice,
you know this
pld, sifo, and
For over sixty
years Its light
Jim bo en guid
ing tho, lick
tl back to tbt.har-
horof health and'
' .tHnnl1, THf
that ft record to bq prpud pf? For
mors than sixty years
has beon tho source, 'if good health to
many thousands of pcoplo ia all parts
of tho trorlJ. .Their, testimonials
como In b7 overy post. Thoy nil assert
tho gf oat fact "Avon's Banapirllla
ourcd mo." Woak, vroary women,
men who had bocn tired oi)t and dis
couraged, all wrlto gratefully of tha
fjood it has done thorn.
There U a lesson for you in this.
Vfhy not beod it? Begin at ones to
take Ajor's Sarsapullla,
Am now made, it contains no
Thoro arernany Imitation
Be sure you get "Ayer's."
ttttuU V Dr, J. C. A)k4C, IwU, Mtu.,' U.8A'
AYKira inxa, iw Ut nux UxiUn.
f -U UJ LAJef I
t tt n ttu a nn tt n n n tin j
! HOUSEHOLD HINTS?
TOOTHSOME AND ,
OYBTllUS AND BWEHTIlIlEftrtS.
Hnvo tho sweetbreads parboiled and
blanched and cut ty., pieces about th(
size of oysters. The oBtcrs, too
should bo parboiled In their own
liquor until plumped, but not crin
kled. A white sauce Is made by stir
ring together until melted nnd'foamy
two tnblespoorifuls each of butter nnd
Hour, nnd nddlng slowly a pint of
bolllngiillli, one-half tcaspoonful ot
salt nd one-fourth teaspoonful of
pepper. Cook until smooth and vel
vety. Turn tho oysters nnd sweet
breads Into the squcc nnd let dimmer
Just long enough to '(ruffle" tho oys
ters. Serve on slices of milk toast.
CHICKEN CONSOMME. Tnkn a
four-pound chicken nud a small
luiucklo ot veal. Cut up tho meat
nnd tho bones. Put two tablespoon
fuls of butter In n Eoup kettle nnd
Bet ovor flro to brown. Put In the
meat nnd stir for five minutes. Cov
er the kettlo and let simmer for hnlf
nn hour. Pour In half n gallon of
cold water, and let simmer slowly
for two hours. Add one sliced cur
rot, one stnlk of celery, nnd n bay
leaf. Simmer one hour longer. Strain
nnd set aside until cold. Skim off
the fat and reheat.
CODFISH AU GRATIS. TaKo
two pounds of boiled codllsli fioni
which the bones have been .omoved,
nnd put In n dish with half u pint
of bechamel sauce, in which havo
been mixed four ounces of finely
grated American cheese. Sprlnklo
on'top with bread crumbs and a III tie
melted butter, send to the oven until
colored n bright yellow nnd then
terve. if preferred, chopped mush
rooms may be added Instead of the
cheese, and any othcj- boiled fish will
do in place of tho cod.
nECIIAMEL SAUCE. Melt an
ounco of butter In a saucepan, add
an ounce ot flour nnd mix well to
gether. Then ndd nn anion cut in
slices, half nn ounce of lean raw ham
nnd n llttlo pepper and salt. When
ueginning tp .poior, lightly moisten
witn a pint, pi, uiuicnu stir well un
til boiling, after, wiilch boll ten min
utes longer. Strain beforo serving.
CAVIAIl SALAD. Iloll until hnrd
as many eggs as you require He-
movo tho shell when cold, cut, each
egg in half lengthwise, spread each
half' thickly, with caviar, placo on
one or two crisp lettuce leaves on
Individual salad plates.
BOILED 'CINQ. Two cups sugar
one-olghth tcaspoonful, cream tartar,
ono-balf cup hot water, whites, two
eggs, one-halt tcaspoonful lemon ex
tract, pne-hntt tcaspoonful vanilla.
FROM HEAD TO. TOE
Turbans are rapidly gaining In fa
Tho three-cornered hat Is again In
, Wool shirtwaists aro In very BQod
Lncc-odged veils aro worn wJtU
A very pretty boot Is of pparl-grny
Fj-ults and flowers figure. In th
designs upon men's neckwear.
Veils in two colors, ono over tho
other, are In growing favor.
Tho Dresden and Pet elan llbbons
mnko dainty bags opera bags, work
bags, and many others thnt aro bo-th
useful and pretty.
Olio ot the handsomest coats seen
this season was mado of broad-tail
In Dlrectolre style.
BAK3NQ TABLE TO
HELP AMATEUR COOK
Beans, 8 to 10 hours.
Beef.Blrlolu, rnre, per pound, 8 to
illeef, sirloin, well done, per
pound, 12 to 1C minutes.
llccf, rolled rib or rump, per
pound, 12 to IS minutes.
Hoof, long or short fuller, 20 to
Bread, brick loaf, 40 to 60 min
utes. Biscuit, 10 to 20 minutes.
Cake, plain, 20 to 40 minutes.
SOME PRETTY NAPKIN RINGS
Somo very pretty tnblo napkin
rings wjjre seon tho other day, mado
of n two-fold strip of whlto llnon
about an Inch nnd n half wide,' nnd
long enough to pass round the table
napkin and fasten with button und
buttonhole. A hnmUomo raised monV
ofiram of wfilto or fast color was
worked on each, and wheji com'plot
pd tho band was stiffly starched,
These are uncommon, nnd Infinite
ly preferable to cheap bono, cellu
loid, 6i, worse stilt, worsted rings for
families unable to afford silver.
If you do not go to Kerr's "today go
ou Mopday nnd seo tho goods that nro
almost given away.
Advertisements Under this Hcadlnrj
Ons Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Well-educated Joung man with Bomo
banking and mercantile experi
ence, wants work. Is willing to
turn his hand to anything and for
nn thing until ho proves his
worth. Address "O-ll," llulletln
Young man wishes loom nnd break
fast with prlvato family. Stato
terms, llcply "II.," this office.
Everybody to mnko money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inqulro for plants,
Uox 102 Llhuo, linual. 4190-tf
A canvasser. Apply 1280 Fort St.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin nf.
Gold watch and fob, on Alexander
St. near W.lldcr Ave. Finder call
at this offlco and rccctvo roward.
Gentleman's silver Elgin watch with
Y. M. C, A. fob, Iteturn to this of-
lice. llewnrd. 4270-31
Commodities arc increasing
in price without a propor
tionate increase in wage
earning force. Economy
must be practiced or bank
ruptcy will come. The place
to begin is the kitchen.
in your stove. Renew youth
by shutting of! hard work
and' worry over household
expenses. We have a lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
are interested in domestic
Honolulu Gas Co.,
W, 0, Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
For windows, fern houses,
picture frames, office doors,
and windows, show cases, etc.,
We will cut it to your or
der. Our stock is tho largest
aud finest in the city.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street
Phono 77j '
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Flno Uusollno Engine, 15 II. P.; com-
pleto running order; steady, relia
ble, economical; can bo seen at fac
tory of Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
12G0-125C Alapal St. 4259-lf
Shooting gallery, No. 19 Hotel St.,
near Nuunnu. Enquire of owner
or P. II. Burncttc, Merchant St.
Cheap Studobaker trap, complcto
In good condition. Inqulro nt
Bccklcy's, Wnlklkl. 4270-tf
Pcdlgiced English bulldog, brlndlo
color. Inquire nt Bcckloy's, Wnl
Homer nnd common pigeons. Tele
phone 1087. 4274-tf
Xowly furnished roomn closo In; elec
tric light and running water In
each loom. No. 73 So. llcrctanla
St. ' 4280-tt
Nently furnished, mosquito-proof
room, with board. Tel. 1333; Nos.
749-CO, llcrctanla St. 4272-ll!
Two furnished looms. 1071A Llkc-
llko St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished looms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Nice, nlry rooms nt lfiCS Nuunnu
Ave. Ucasonablo. 4270-2W
nEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Wo havo over 100 lots for salo In nil
parts ot tho city. Improved and
unimproved, business sites,
' residence cites nnd farming
sites, for prices ranging from
$00 to 830,000: somo for each
sales, some for Installment
sales nml r.nmo for exchange.
Wo havo over CO homes for rale, locat
ed in every residence section
of the city, nnd suburbs; nil
comfortable, Eomo elegant, on
various forms; somo for spot
cash, Rome on installment pay
ments, somo for exchnngo, and
somo for part cash nml part
mortgngo on easy terms.
Wo can arrango to build houses on tho
Installment nlan on lots utir.
chased from us by responsible
Wo havo a number of good oxchango
Wo rent houses and may locate
TO BUY. '
Wo hao eight or leu prospective buy
ers on our lists at present;
perhaps you havo Just tho
placo that would suit ono ot
them. Como nnd eco us.
HEAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
A. V. GEAIl, Munnger.
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Property, Law and Land
py-"For Pent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
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