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KVEN'IN'O BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909.
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J. J. Byrne, for eight years employed '
by tlio Metiopolltnu Meat Com-i
jinny, Limited, as Its collector, has
established a collection ngency at
itoqiu 11 Campbell Mock, Merchant
street, Itonolulti. Ilcferenco: (1.
.1 Waller. I2t2-lm
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. a.
3-0 )i. m. 221 Emma Square.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kntiuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. in., '3:20 i. m.
For I'enrl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stntlons 17:30 .i. a., 9:15 a, in.,
11:05 a. m.. 2:1S ji. m.. 320 p. m.,
5:15 p. in., $9:30 p. in., fll:00 p. m.
For Wnhlawa 9:1C a. in. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu, from ftnhuku,
Wnlalua and Walanae 8:30 a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive in Honolulu trom Ewa Mill
and Pear! City $7:40 a. m., 8:3ti
u. m '10:33 a. m., '1:40 p. in., M:3l
p in., 5:31 p. in., Ii30 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlaws
8:30 a. m. and '5:31 p. u.
t J'x. Hunrtny.
t Sunday Only.
The llalolwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only Hrst-ciss tickets hon
ored), leave Honolulu eery Sunday
nt 8:22 a m.; returning, arrives lu
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. in. The Limited
stops only at Pearl Ctly and Wnlanue
O. P. DKNISON. If. O. SMITH.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Market. Tel. 26s
YOUNG TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICn AND ELECTRIC CO.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY GOOD&
FORT and CL't'.C.N 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA 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.
in.- " ! TMim" UTsaj.'HETBPjoaM
fr AND UT1IEH PIANOS.
THAYE.1 PIANO CO,
16 HOTEL, UrRKKT.
I Phone T18.
1 tTTNINO (iV nANTKKD.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tlio Factory Honolulu wire lied
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
mono di,, uec. iiiiici uuu rauani.
I Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
1 Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
now will put you in
a position of inde
pendence later on.
Begin today by
opening a savings
account with this
per cent, interest.
$l opens an account.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
Ihonc 371. 122 King St.
BENNY & CO., Ltd,
AQENTS FOR THE
12GG Fdrt St. Phone 488.
BEROSTnOM MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
C. Q. YEE HOP & 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,
T.enses Wills. Etc. Attornev for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU j PHONE 310.
LAST THREE PERFORMANCES.
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
Tie Town Constable
A Royal Reception
Children 10 cents under ten.
Adults 25c to any part of
Evening prices, 25c., 50c, 75c,
Seats now on sale for all perform
ances. THE EMPIRE
Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25c.
THE ELF KINO and THE MINIA
Change of program three times a-
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chapkin lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
IATEST MOVING PICTURES
GOOD MUSIC -Two
entrances: Pauahi St. near
With Pearl Handles,
Crvstal Pen Racks. '
Oat & Mossman,
70 Mercltant St. near P. 0.
VEGETABLE and FLOWER
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO' STREETS.
i 15he Obliging
By STELLA CADMUS, t
t Copyrighted. I'M, IV Associated
There was no U9e denying that Syd
ney Gerald was a dawdler. lie bad
wealth, coed looks, youth, and wns a
society favorite. Now nnd then lie
went bunting or yachting but most
of tlio time lie simply dawdled. That
Caen nt Ills club, tin- races nnd society.
He wns accounted n catch, but no
one cnught him. Ho didn't really tt
to dawdle, but pursued his lymphatic
way simply because there seemeo
nothing else to do.
"See here, yen gocd-for-not'ilug."
Bald the widow of the lite linn.
Charles Spofford one cvenlug nt n re
reptlon ce she drew hltn down to n
scat beside her. "I have a duty to
"I wish I had." he replied.
"People nro saying you hare no
energy, no ambition, no nlm Pi life.
You hive too much money too much
tltue op your hal'ds. You nro throw
ing your years away."
Tell mo what In do." replied Syd
"Too much trouble too many emo
tions." 'Take a trip around the world."
'Too much i hnnge of scenery."
"Ah, I have It!1' exclaimed Mrs. Spot
ford after n moment's thought. "You
nn rich. Why not turn philanthro
pist? Not In tbo wny of hospitals or
asylums, but go among the poor and
giro a few of your dollars to alleviate
distress nud misfortune. You don't
know the real people as I do. There
Is no day thst I nm not feeding the
hungry and giving out nlms. Only
this afternoon I gave n one legged uiati
half a dollar, and yon ought to hate
beard bis words of gratitude."
"Just so." replied Sydney flerald,
with a bit of a smile ns'b'e thought of
tint manv one legged men he had
tossed auarters to.
"Try It for a few weeks-for three
months. It may lead to your becom
ing a reformer?" At any rate. It will
rouse you up and give you ttomethlng
new to thlnlc or. It is posuiveij- iu
ful for you to be dawdling along this
"Yes. I think so."
"If you should turn out to be a tc
former I shall take most of the ciedlt
to myself. Three months, Mr. Oeral.l
try It for three months; nnd nt the
end of that time I will nrrnngo for a
little gathering to hear your report.
It cannot fall to be Interesting. You
will have n hundred different Incidents
to relate. Don't you feel a new and
strange ambition already?"
"Yes. I think 1 do. Yes. I think I
will turn reformer. 1 mny not make a
success of It. but I'll make a try."
The relict of the Hon. Chnles spread
the news. As Sydney Gerald did not
entirety drop society while uttlng him
self for n reformer, bo Was laudel
and quizzed nn numerous occasions by
Only a nullity few credited him with
the necessary energy to pursue the
object, at d the most that was predict
ed of his efforts wan the depletion of
bis purse without corresponding gulu.
Tlicro was n great dint m Id nbout the
unthunkfulncss and lugratltudo of the
world In general, but It didn't seem to
affect hlui much,
"You know ,miu must nut look for
too much gratitude," cautioned Mrs.
"No, I sh.in'1." ;
"You will feel that you have done
your duty, and your conscience will
"Many nud many a time I have given
pennies and got never a word of
t hunks. In fact, I buvc got black
looks as the wheels of my uirringe
happened to throw a little mud, but 1 1
drovo oil ftullug that 1 bad made tin
world n trifle better. That feeling
must be your reward."
"Yes, I shall look for If."
When the threo months had expire
Sydney Oernld announced his rcudl -
ness to report, A score of latllei gath
ered In the drawing room of the Hon.
Charles' widow. There were no men
among them. Charity mid reform did
not touch that sex,
When he was ushered lu tt wns re
marked that be seemed to have ac
quired energy nud gained ambition,
and there wns great curiosity as to
what he would report.
"Ladles, I beg to say," begau Sydney,
"that In my Ignorance of how to go to
work I began my investigations In Hie
house of a wealthy lady. It came
about almost by accident. I found
that sho was In arrears to all her serv
ants and that tradesmen were clamor
ing for their bills I lelleved the dis
tress. I gaic each servant two mouths'
back pay and paid each tradesman
something iu account. I hare a mem
orandum of her name."
Here Syduey Gerald paused. Mrs.
Spofford turned pale, but her nerve
was with her. and she managed to
force a smile.
"lly accident again" resumed Syd
ney, "I turned a corner one eveulnj
nnd bumped against a young wptiinn
In tears. I was a stianger, hut when
she uiidrrstocd that I hud taken up
the business of reformer sh? told me
the eaiic of her dlstrcsj. She wns u
She bad worked n week on a gowu
for a well known ledv nnd on earr.v
lug It to tht- hoil'e bid been told thai
the tiitut wnll a couple of weeks Tot
her pay. She was going home pennl
less, hungry nnd the rent unpaid Tin
Irrit tti Itiu ine l.nuiht A diamond I
tlnrj next djy that was mentioned In J
oil thu papers She could have paid
the bill a thousand times over, but
she needed the diamonds flrt. 1 paid
1 There was an uneasy movement up
snd down the room, and for some rn-
ion nil eyes were directed on Mrs.
Somen 111c. She wns conscious of the I
fact, but with a sang frold that did bei
credit she put up her Icrgnettc nnd
stared at a picture on the well.
'I happened In nt a milliner's," said
Sydney, with a mile "Queer place
for a man to be. but I happened
Can't say tint I was looking for u hat.
but In searching out subjects for re
form vou have t" drip Into various
place Milliner a nice llltle widow. i
All her capital in the uusines. jusi
recelred n letter from n wholesale
house threatening suit on bills over
due. Her customers nil rich, but they
didn't pay cash down. Don't pay lu
three or sW month". In fact, they
dli!n't pay for a je?r rr so nnd only
wl'cn frroed to. I have seu many ol
fie hats that weie bought there that
wny. Itcllevci'. the dlMrcss and passed
Kvery Indy In tje room except the
Hun. Mr. SpofTerd had on nn expeu
slip but, Knih lady started to look at
the other, but gave It up mvl east
down her eyes with proper modesty.
They inljht not all have known the
milliner referred t". but they had
thoughts. After a painful silence Mr
Hiippciied t'i meet the butler of n;
lioifl.- where 1 frequently call. Just
happened, you Know, iaiwii iu iue
mouth; looked bilious. As u would
be reformer I spoke to him and got his
story. Lady of the mansion hadn't
paid his wages for live months and
had borrowed his savings besides. He
dared to speak to her ubout It, and she
had eut hlui packing. Saw the same
ledv buying u Sn) ruby ring the other
llury lady In the room helplessly
glanced nt the hands of every other
lady. A poodle dog belonging to one
of them seemed to be the only thing In
the room at ease.
"Happened to call ou n florist." said
the obliging reformer when the silence
had endured to the painful point; "Just
happened so, Oue of bis statements of
accounts Kent out to a lady had been
returned with u ery sharp note. The
account wns two jears old, and be
cause he sought to collect It the debtor
Informed hint that she should take her
patronage chew here. It was only one
case out of n score, Sympathized with
the florist and passed on, Hnpiieiied
across a discharged coachman, dls
charged for hlulliig that be wanted bis
wages. Helped him out with n live
dollar bill. Jltippeued to run across a
governess In tuu tnme llx. That's nil.
Good evening, ladles."
Kor two minutes after the reformer
disappeared no one simke. Then one
lady after another rose up to go uud,
turning to the houorublc widow, work
ed up a smllu and said:
"Isn't Sydney flerald Just too charm
ing for anything! And bow uwful of
peopl not to pay their bills!"
(Continued from Page 13
scheme of consolidation to Include the
The Haiku Ftull Company was orig
inally a llaldniu prnnsi!ion, falheieir
by Ilahlwin lutercstH In order to pro
mote, dlveisllled ngrlcultiilo In tlio
Haiku section. The company has thu
only cannery on the Inland of Maul nud
controls more or less laud on which
It lalses pines. It Is In the midst ot a
pineapple laud Mellon and will serve
the hoped for future liiMiiesteailurs on
tlio lands recently obtained by tlio Tci
rllory thioiigh the Ouiaoplo land ex
change. The Maul Agricultural Com
pany nihil has lauds adjoining which,
js previously rciiortod excluslely lu
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n, the Maul Agricultural
Company has offered o turn over to
hn.'iicstcidorH ou practically thu same
lei ma qs tho (internment.
Mr. Uoli; this morning mlmllted tlutf
Ills company had bought up the Hal
ku company and that the meeting io
.liorrow would determine what will tin
illy b done In connection with the in
I. cic-iim- of Hawaiian iMneapplo stoct
j "hlch may be used In ubsoril the other
Mr Dole says that tho purchaso of
the Maul company hccmed necessary
In otder to protect market conditions
lor thodc Intctcbtcd In tho pineapple
Haiku fields liavo some great rec
ords for jlelds, Managar Will Ilahlwin
(bowing figures to piovo, that his Holds
have produced inoio to the acio anil
better pines than tho best Hint lias
been shown lu any cither plneapplo dis
trict of the Territory.
There lias been a great deal of frl
tiou lu pineapple circles during the
last six months owing to u gene ( I
cutting of prices. The advertising
campaign has brought goes) lesii.in bill
llietu 1h ii question whether It can In
continued after tho end of Juno when'
ho first period of the campaign ends.
Tlio trouble Is that till get thu benefits
of It and not nil share lu tho expenses.
Tho pineapple growors association fs
doing good work but It has much yet
to dn lu order to get things Into pet-
reel working order.
Tlli:-STEAMi:U W. CI. Hall, Cap
tuln Thompson, left for Kniia-Kull
ports today, sailing at noon. Shu took
thu place of tho Maunn I.o.i, which Is
utiileigoliig a general overhauling.
Among tlio p.uumger who departed
ou her wus II. L. Holstelu, Speaker of
thu House of Kupreseutatlves.
mr-For v-enl" eartfs on sale
'he Bulletin oWvj.
W A IN 1 O
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Advertisements Under this Heading
On Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-, One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than vertlsements Inserted for Less Than
'or few months - Nicely furnished
cottage on Wnll.lkl lleach d
diess I' O llux :M7 lllli-lw
Bookkeeper wanted for iilnntntloii
store nn I In wall. Apply No. S,
II 11 I I i- I I II Millie. tin;- i
Wnntiil to Kent -luge
- rurnlshed cot
bed rooms; lo
Aildress C. 0.
Hy n conimeiclal Imitsf n first chi-A
liiKikkeepor, for n iicriuuuvut. r
sionlile pnsltlim. Aildress A. Y ,
Kverjbody to inuku money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire, fnr plants, i
l!0x 102 Llhue. knual. 4190-tt
Clean wiping rags at the Oullstln uf-
lly n cuing ludy as assistant book-1
keeper or cleilcnl work of nny I
kind. Hood references. Address
(1. I)., llulletlu office. If I
Ah saleslady or houscglrj. Address
Hooin 2, "48 Itlcluirds st.
xt&. Illack leather watch fob, i
with gold M-al, innnogrniu W. It.
II ; suitable ri-wtird If loturiied In
this nfllei--. 4Sir,-t
Pair of kI.ihxch In tln-llned blael
leather case. Ketiim In this of-
flee. Kewnrd. 4:il"-3t
Large nnd well ventilated rooms I"
let. single or en suite. Just open
ed; newly nnd handsomely fm
nlshed throughout. The Knuts
ford i'"r. lleretaula nnd Unlnn
streets. Tel. 1209. 4310-St
Uirge )iird nnd outbuildings, biilt-
nble for rontnirtoi, rnrpeiitrr. etc.
Apply, The Knutsford. Ifi llaro
tiinlu street. 4::it;-"t
Desirable, cool, mosiiilto . proof
rooms. Apply 23ft King St., bet.
Alukeu nnd Klchurds sts.
Koom nnd board In private family.
Inquire ul "32 Klnnn street, neur
Alapla, Terms reasonable.
At the end ot car line on the bench,
furnished bouse; four hed-rooms;
electric lights. Addrehs "N,"
1! n, 1 1 e 1 1 n ofllcc.
Well-furnlshcd housekeeping rooms,
fine view. Apply 700 Quarry St.,
cor. Alapal. 4295-tf
Choice collection of stumps (nbout
3,000). Address 1941 II ill I e
tln ollke. tf
Furnished cottage In Knplolanl Puilt
on the beach. Address 9., II it 1 -
let In. 4308-tf
New phi no nnd cottage, furnishings,
cheap. Apply XI 9 lleretaula.
Six-room cottuge on Vineyard el.;
$15. Apply 12S0 lrt St. 4315-31
Two furnished rooms, 1071A Like
like St., near Campbell La no.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConuell, 1223 Emilia St.
Kurnlslied cottage In town. Inquire
Cottage Grove. Phone 1087
Everything that the Name Implies.
Ofiice Supply fo.,ltd.
831 FORT ST.
Brown & Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR
This is to your advantage. Look
it up. DO IT NOW.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
Nos. 69-71 Bcretania St.
185 editorial rooms 2." busi
ness office. These are the telephone
lumber of the Bulletin office.
at Bulletin Business Office Phone W.
i Bulletin. Editorial Room Phoue 185.
Advertisements Under this Heading
au.unu Cncoiimitii Jut in lived on
schctiner ("oncoi.t fium Punning
Island. Miller S.ilw.ge Co. 1'. O.
llox 52". m.Vlf
g FOR SA3LE
Small Farins and
Homestead nt II nulla, within
400 feet from ltallio.nl dcpoi.
containing S acres oi good agil
cultural laud: ami u heath hoiimi
and fiirnltnie. Iniiinllug pl.nm.
IIOilso Is tuoKtoiles high all. I
sltuato'l on the in.iln (lnoni
meiit Knad anniiid tin' Isl.iml.
l'le nud n half acres up Mnn.Ki
Valley. planU'.l with Alligator
I'caiH, Malign, l'ap.ila mid IU
iialin trees. About $liiiiii wnrlli
of ferns, palms. Honors and lit
olabh's In great Miilety grow
ing on the pri'iulst'H. A Cottage,
t-'airlage House. Servailts' ynnr
(era nud Slnhh'. nil.) iwn go.id
wells on the place
A fine lixMtliui tor .i gardener or
tlorlsl. I'rlc, $3Boo.
About ." acres, situate within ti
quarter of u lulls fioui tho car
Hue. A small fottnge, chicken
hoiiKe, Miou gal. tank, nud fenced
and cross fenced. Government
water connected, also ii well on
the pieinlses. About 2 acres urn
planted with iilfallii nud about
r.u fine 4 year old cotton trees
growing there. (IinhI for chick
en ranch, pig ram Ii ur small
dairy. Price, $:s:.no.
A Pineapple ranch, n d Mill, out
loo acres lu nioa. no ncrcn i u.
tltutod and planted: lu ncrcx
with ricli dark green plncapplo
plants; S ncies in limes, break
fruit, papain nnd assorted fruit
trees; two springs nnd water
streams with 15 acres of rich
bottom vegetable hunt. Will
pay for Itself lu two scars.
1T acres of good tlllalilo land
with cottage, gcrwiul' quarter),,
wnter tank nnd fencing, etc, etc.
Must be sold; n bargain.
9 acres flue arable lands.
About l'.i acres, fronting on thu
Kallhl street, planted with lime
and lianana trees. A houo of
3 bedrooms, n stable nud chicken
bouses ami lire fencing on tho
laud. ' Pilce, $1200,
28V4 acres lino
stream of water.
9 acres laud, 5 or which Is
rlco land with dwelling uud
chicken house. Price, $3000.
62 S. King St.
Sealed bids will be lecelved by tlio
Supervisors ot the County of Kniinl,
Territory ol Hawaii, at I.lliue until
two o'clock p. in. June 2d, 1909, for
i()Ni: NO. 3 Al'STIN C.YKATOUV
IllOCK CKUSIimt (CKUSIIlUt,
Didders will state net price I'. O.
' II steamer tit San l'rancUcn or Klee
j le, Kauai, anil mention shoitest time
J. II. MOKAtlNK,
County Koad Supervisor.
Sealed bids will be received bv tho
Hoard of Supervisors of the County
of Kauai, Territory or Hawaii, un
til one o'clock p in. July 7th, 190!.
for furnishing ONU TUACTION HN
CilNi: and THKUi: MACADAM
Speclllcntlons of same may be had
by applying to J. II. Morngne.
County Engineer, l.lhuo, Knunl, Ter
ritory ot Hawaii. 4S0S-10t
Real Eftte Elliange
Jt' tWssftfai-1 cAlii