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EVENING BULLETIN. noNOUJMJ, T. It., MONDAY, MAY IT. IMA.
v . , I '
J. J. Byrne, for eight years employed
by tlio Mctrnpolliun Meat Com
lnny, Limited, ns Its collector, lias
established a collection ngoncy nt
Itoom 11 Campbell block, Merclmnt
Mrect, Honolulu. Hofcrcnce! 0.
J. Wnllor. 42!)2-lm
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
3-6 p. m. 224 Emma-Square-.
EVll Wnlnnnn H'Mlnli.a fSt...t... .1
. ...mumuu, iviiiuiuti, hiiijhu auu
Way Stations '9: IS a. i..1;20 p. tn.'
For Tearl City, Kwa Mill and Way!
Station 17:30 a. in., 9:15 a. m.,,
11:05 n. tn 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. m., $9:30 p. m., Hi:oo p. m.
For Wnhtawa 9:16 a. m. and
5:15 p. iu. I
ArrrVe Honolulu from Kahuku,
"Walalua and Walanno '8:30 a. m.,
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and roarl City t7:4S a. m., '8:31.
h. m 10:38 n. ra., l:lo p. m 4:31
Ji tn., 6:31 p. m., "7: 30 p. m.
Arrive, Honolulu from Wahtawa
8:30 a. m. and 6:31 p. u..
t Kx. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halclna l.ttnlled, a two hour
train (only first-class tickets bon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday.
nt 8:22 a. m.: returning, arrive In
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited'
wtops only at Pearl City and Wnlanaa.'
II. P. DENIflON. V. C. SMITH.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market, Tel. 28d
YOUNC TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OaIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone S28.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & BOBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co,
Wholesale Importers and Jobber!
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and Cl'lX.N 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BEEETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
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.
sb uw 'm
THAYErt PIANO CO,
5 II07KL BTnEBT.
I Woven Wire Mattresses repaired At
the Factor? Honolulu wire Bed
I Co., 1260 Alnpal St. Telephone
Tee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Paua,hl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 185.
Is the time to begin saving.
Many who have recently
begun to save have very sub
stantial accounts with us,
drawing interest at the rate
of 4i per cent a year.
You could do as well. A
year's saving of odd dimes
and nickels would give you a
start in life.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sis.
. - Capital & Surplus ?1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
Ihonc 371. 122 King 8t.
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12CQ Fort St. Phone 488.
CALL AND HEAR IT
BERGSTROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street,
" ,'GQ -TO
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
0. Q. YEEHOP & CO.
SHIPPERS. and FAMILY
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
The Dramatic Club
at Oahu College
T. Palgrave Simpson's famous comic
"A Scrap of Paper, or
The Adventures of
A Love Letter"
For the benefit of the Athletic As
CHARLES R. BISHOP'S HALL,
At 8 o'clock
Saturday Evening, May 22, 1909.
Reserved scats, 50a; general ad
mission, 25c. Tickets on sale at
the Bergstrom Music Co.
POSITIVELY LAST WEEK !
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
Special Wednesday Matinee,
School children 10 cents, Audits
25c to all parts ot the house.
Wednesday and Thursday,
"A ROYAL RECEPTION."
Friday and Saturday,
"THE TOWN CONSTABLE."
Evening prices, 25c, 60c, 75o. .
Seats now on sale for all perform
ances. THE EMPIRE
Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25c.
Oavid and Goliath
.Change of program three tines a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
. ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
f j VEGETABLE and JEXOWER j r
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
' THE SHOE
'. THAT PROVES
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING. '
Everything absolutely tfifflj and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK, - HOTEL ST.
Ittfl fTTTTfTTTTTTTTVTT Tlw
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I His Game of ;
By Gertrude Delanecy. 4
Copyrighted. 1909. b Afoelatel
Old Cnptnlu Hlnndlng liml two ab
sorbing passions In' life his love for
en nil ami bl Jovo for his daughter
It was wonderful how mntij ypnng
tnen were ,wJlllnff,t,o,ias their even
ings at the captijp home playing
with him. lie was a wary oM oppo
nent anil nil but Invincible.
The ynupg nipi. cauio, by twos and
threes In .their Jjest tailor, made suits,
with posies Itf their buttonholes Often
they brought offerings to the explain'
Tlinln nrcepted the RlftR oi;d the ton
evident good will Indifferently. Home
times when t fourth hand win newlert
nt whltt sho Jent'lier aid. Oiherwlsc
lie lxlooli herself (o tho pirnr ni-d
prnctleed nsMlllcently as If there wn
not a man In the linage.
Aunt tetty, Capta.lr Itlanitlng'-i wir
owed sjster, kept house for IiImi nn l
mothered lili otherwise tnnf'er'mn
daughter. She wus a gentle smil.
large hearted' nnd small mlnclH, wlin
made the best doughnuts In town, lly
the aid' of her smiles nnd her rnke
shn eneouraged eligible men to fre
quent the captain's -bouse, hoping that
some one of them would proro ae
ceptable to .Thais.-
Thais' name .bad been gtrcn her be
catiife of nn -early fondness of her fa
ther for Oreeli Itleralurr. .Tlinh. de
spile her name, dfd iioi lean townnl
scholarly achievement. She wns n
butterfly, very beautiful to look nt
and very difficult to catch.
Khe had resd'n little poetry and very
nnny romances where the heroines
were nil lesotirul'llke herself nnd the
heroes proved their devotion by as
tounding deeds of vnlor.- These men.
who ,sat evening attr evening with
b(ts 9f red and blnck pasteboard be
tween them, evidently lacked every
heroic quality.. r
Wlien one by one there timid mlorers
laldha heart nt.hcr feet she promptly
trampled upon Jt nnd ae.nt him away
When after a few evenings Ijo did
not again appear the old rnptriln would
wonder mildly wbnt kept him nway
Sometimes hunsked the'vletlm nnd re
ceived a stammered excuse.
Ity the time the- young rann's place
nt tho card tabla-.wnsJIUed the en p tain
hadrased. to.rememtjer him.
It was FlielOoti' King who brought
Billy Smith to tlie linnsn or the first
time. Hilly was a newcomer In Ken
sington nnd wholly unacquainted. Uc
was a little fellow with hair of no
particular shade of brown, n square,
plain face nnd blue eyes behind
glasses. He had no stories to tell.-nr
Jokes' to rnle n langli. and he hat!
never handled cards liefore In bis life.
Jt took hint the entlro crnnlng to
leirn to-phy prdro. but ,bo applied bis
mind to It with a twill, and when he
wVnt away, the captnlu slapped him
on the nlinuMer and told him ho would
make a player It bo kept nt It. The
cnptnln nlwnya sjld that to the .de
fentcd, who r.ometlmes chewed thcll
lips orer It bitterly.
The cnptnln conceived a great liking
for Hilly, nnd they ejient many sven
Ings together.' Ily spring Hilly -hart
lenrnrd nil the games tho eaplnlnknev.
ami could even .beat him nt some of
Ho came obviously for tho coptaln's-
snke alone, for lu hrcnglit no otTrr
lugs to Thnls. He hail his own. wny
to make nnd nn Invnlld elMcr to mala
tnln nt an expensive sanitarium. Thl
much h told the roptnln nnd was for
ever after silent nbont his nffnrs
Sheldon King presently, linvlng two
his wings lmdly. singed nt the cardie
a nt . im .-. i t.i.
of ThalV Indifference, censed to be
seen nt tho cnptnln's card tnble, Hnt
Hilly enme unfailingly. Tho captnlu
wns delighted with blm.
Here nt Inst wns a man who did nm
piny to one's humor, who beat bne un
mercifully 'if he could or wns beaten
without showing the white. feather.
The second winter Billy's elster died
He stnyed nwny two months, nnd. the
cnptnln npe nly 'retted for hlin. Then
one evening Hilly nppenrrd with n lwx
of the captain's favorite cigars. Tbe
cnptnln fulrly wept for, Joy at sight of
him tied shook Ms hand twenty .times.
He called Thais to seo who bad come,
TlrUs enme, startled by the clamor nnd
n little disgusted wben she found only
Hilly. She gnvo hm n cool little hand
nnd a cool little smile and a cool little
phrase of welcome, then returned to
understand Hilly, who brought cigars
to her fnther Instend of bonbons to her.
T.vto years went iy. Tbe clrde.aboiU
tbe captain's card table had chapged
many tlmc-i nnd had dwindled to an
occasional widower, silly Tom Tike
and Billy., One, by one the other young
men hnd mended their hearts and of
fered them good as new cluewhere.
Tho v.ollyo oflerluga that now cam
to Thais' shrine were far less frequent,
nilty brought her nothing nt all, but It
was wonderful how many Utile things
be found to present ihe captain with.
He even gave Aunt I.etty a beautiful
crochet hook with a chased gold ban
die. Moro years passed .nnd more slowly
for Thais. Chamlnada. ,had easjdtft
charm her. nnd s(ie 'ints,rd the cclij;.
meut o -past .adoration. . MTflywe
'ir .WTiri'wi Tm ,P,lke,i(dj
SWllr .o'f. jvJnalufefCtiaJij lyu planted,
"ilvoiiinii e.tslur to woo. . JThcro wero no
now Inters foith.'ou'ilug. for Xbsl.s was
baw generally labeled dnngerous. More
HWT. she lind censnl t ! the benilty
or the lime.
She h.id reneheil n very trying period
of her life, being ti) nld tn p til (he
vnnni- it- t,.., t,tuii.. i rm t ii.a ni.t !
- i th fi" ' v VIII
set nnd prnhlblted by reason of her
maidenhood from Ihe married set
Her dreinn did not, as In the pnt,
satisfy her. Her hero, the Ideal of her
Im.iglnlne. had not romc. She bellev
ed now he never would eome. She be
gan In sigh when she looked In the
gle.1.. Sometimes she saw herself
quite old, titling nt tnhle pouring tea
for Amit I.etty nr playing rards with
her father nnd having no Interest In
life beyond thee two dally duties.
Thnlv Ideas of life were changing.
She discovered that' Hilly Smllh had n
gid forehead and mouth nnd that hli
hnlr looked better with gleams of gray
I'llly sllll came In Ihe home ns un
failingly as ever. He was almost tbet
only single man who did come. TTii-consi-lniisly
almost she began to look
forward to his visits, nnil he often
four.d her shinning enrds ngnlnst bis
Hilly b!f(i brUlitened wondorfnlly In
thetc Inter years. .Ho told stotjes and
Jokes and the nrnii'lng gossip of tbe
town. Ho wn es'rnlng n Inrge salary
and was much seiiglit Iiy mothers with
marriageable daughters, nut for soms
reii.oii he ciintlniied to be free npd to
play carls nt tho captain's.
One evening he found Thais alone
She boigcd him rather shyly to stay,
and be stayed. They sat down af the
cord table, nnd Hilly dealt the pack for
pedro. They played as for desr life,
scarcely speaking., Then by means of
a Incky ace Hilly won.
He looked across at Thais, but her
eyes were down. Something In her
fare, however, lent htm courage, and
he ri n K lit ir bands, which werp ab
sently enraccd with the cards.
"Thais!" be commanded. She looked
at 111 in.
"1 wlnP he said triumphantly.
"Yes." she faltered.
''It has taken a long time," ho said
presently. "Thais, t have never given
you a 'present. Hut I bare one for you
which I have carried with mo con
stantly for several years. May I give
It to yon now?"
"Vei," Thais said meekly.
When he had put tbe ring upon her
angor.be loaned forward and kissed
"It has been a long game," he eald.
"nnd one that required lots of pntlc,nco
nnd determination. You see. dearest. 1
fell in love with you the first time I
naw'ymi, and 1 made up my mind to
have you. (od willing. The only way
t could make myself welcome here
was to play cards. So I playrd, ou II
never nsk me to play enrds wllh you
after we are married, will you. .dear!"
".Why notr naked Thais wondering-
"Hecauso I loathe them and have
loathed them slnco tbe first game I
"Oh. Hlllyr Tbnls said.
And, then and there she reallied that
the man of her heart was Indeed, after
all, a hero.
Dsrinj Fest t Worship.
The India ;nindoos and Mussulmans
.alike wear both sandal and shoes
(slippers) nnd the latter .boots, also.
The sandal (the word la Persian) was
evidently the original covering .for tbe
Lfect over all southern end eastern
Asia, whllo tb shoe was prpbabty In
troduced Intb India by the Persians.
Afghan's nnd !o(n)gol. together with
tho "tip tilted" (Hlttttc and Ktruscan)
Hoth arc usually made In India of
leather, .but never of pigskin, and.
whlc tbe slipes.nre always colored red
or yellow,, the twits, are generally
brightly .particolored, both among the
upper classes .being alto yl-.hly cm-
nrf,l(iereu lu.goia ana surer anu varie
gated slk thread' and with, bangles,
buttle nrd seed pearls after tho man
ner of the ancient Persian bogts rep
resented on Greek vases.
Hut, of however rarr aad costly elan-
orsllon, the .Invariable rule Is to re
I move them after entering a private
l-.Aa...A Inn vastus, rannln mt fn ()Sa
houi'e Just when atepplng on to the
mat er carpet on which tho visitor
take his rear, They must be east off,
the r,lght boot or shoe first, before the
worshiper enters a temple or mosque,
nnd It h still regnrded as an absolute
profanation to attempt to enter either
fully 8hod.-4l.ondon Athenaeum.
. . . . ,
Kstps His Word.
A traveling man stopped at a little
town In Arkansns, nnd while there he
made Inquiries of tho postmaster ns
to the Integrity nnd honesty of a cer
tain doctor who lived In the nextjcnnri
ty. "What sort of n man Is Dr. Hrlggs?"
he queried, "Is bo a man that can ho
tmsted-a good doctor?"
"Well," answered- the postmaster
thoughtfully, "that depends. He's
been, doctorln' roun' hern for some
years now- ain't doln' much lately,
though. Feems he wns sent foe to go
to seo .ol" ills' Henderson, what's been
dyln' for goln' on thirty yesr. Ol' Indy
had tho noo-ralgy pretty bad. Dpe' he
gives h,rr, a dose o' Jaud'num, roY he
ssys, '!ls' Henderson, you'll go to
sleep now, an' you won't be bqthered
wllh tho noo-ralgy no moV
"She went to aleepi that waa las'
May, an' It's glttln' to'rds fat now.
Sbo nln'l waked up yet, an' shcialn'.t
taver been bothered with Ibo nopjralgy
eliher. -As, a -doctor I guess Brlggs
ain't much, but he always keeps his
word, sir always."
, . , Even 8o.
KlTAt Hunter That breechloader of
lypj)r..4 s.igopd gun, but the sights
Heqjid. n,jinter Yes. that's rhht. In
other wirds.",lt Is more honored In tho
b breech thhnntllio oliservHiiro Chlca
Advertisements Under this HeaJIngl
On Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertltementt Inserted for Lets Than
Wanted to Hcnt -Inge
- Furnished cot
bed looms, re-Addiet!-
W'nulcd Strictly high-class sales
man to sell the most io,iul,ir line
of Art Calendars for Advertising,
manufactured by the most suceesa
fill Calendar Company In the full
ed States. Liberal contract.
(live age, experience nnd refer
ent ck. The ucriacn-uarKiow io.,
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Ily a riimuiurclnl housu, a ftrst-class '
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re-'
sponblo position. Address A. Y .
Everybody to make money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
Box 102 Llhue, Kauai. 4190-U
Driving horso for Its keep, for 2 or
three, months. Address K.. Bulle
tin. , , - . 4310-fit
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Ily a well educated young Chinese
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name of O. W. KmmoiiB. llcwnrd
If returned to Bulletin office.
431 0-1 w
A fine GKItMAN VIOMN, Stradlvar-
lous pattern, haB been used many
years. For particulars address K.
KAMI., German School and Church.
20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on
schconcr Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvuge Co. P., O.
Box r27. 428S-tf
Sealed bids will be received by tho
Supervisors of the County of Kaunl,
Territory of Hawaii, nt I.lliue until
two o'clock p. in. Juno 2d, 1909, for I
ONi: NO. 3 AUSTIN GYHATOItY I
HOCK CltlJSHKlt (CHUSIIKIl ,
Bliblers will Htutn net prlio 1'. O. '
II. steamer nt San Francisco Kleo- j
le, Kniiiii, ami mention shortest time
J. II. MOKAGNK.
Qqupty Bond Supervisor.
4312 lOt ' ,
Sealed bids will be received by tho '
Board of Hiiporvlnora of tho County!
of Kuual, Territory of Hawaii, un-.
til one ojclock p. in, July Jth, .190?,
for furnishing ONK TRACTION KN-,
GINK and THItKK MACADAM-j
SPHKADING CARS. "" '
Siccincatlons of wimn may be had
by applying to J. U, Moragne, '
County Knglnccr, I.lluul Kaunl, Tcr-j
rltory of Hawaii. 4309-lOt;
A full line of the best pa
per for all kinds Of newspa
per and job work,
in fjreat variety.! We have
also a big supply of good,
Hawaiian News Co.,
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Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phou 185.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisement Inserted for Less Than
At the end of cur ilue on the bsach,
furnished house; toui bedrooms;
electric lights. Addrcts "N,"
II U 1 1 o 1 1 n om.ee.
I-'urnliihed rooms Also housekeep
ing rooms. Apply UK, King st ,
bet Alaltln and Hlchaids. -IS05 tf
I Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
fine view. Apply 70,0 Quarry St..
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on tho beach. Address 8.. Hill
Two furnished rooms. 107tA Like
like St.. near Campbell l.nne.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Kmina St."
Purnlsheil cottage In town lnquliu
Cottage Grove Phone I0S7
Real Elate Ethange
For-Golf and Good Living
St. Clair Bidgood. Manager.
i ' i
Does 'your typewriter or pUono
graph' need repairing! Do you wftnt
it done right and by a man who un
derstands Ahis busnessi and hm'no
typewriter agency, ' and therefore
needs show no favor to any one make
of machine 1 Then call ud O.' X.
LEN0RD, Phone G88. 162 Hoteli'St.
Wo liavo for sn!e--Back Set Ranges,
Kite 4 to 9 ft.; Bridge & Beach
j "Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
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er's Broilers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211 KMMRUITH
& CO., LTD., HO King St.
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