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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1909.
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J. J. Byrfc, for eight years employed
by tho Metiopolltan Meat Com
pany, Limited, as IIh collector, has
established a rollcctlon agency at
Itnom 11 Campbell block, Merchant
street, Honolulu. Reference: O.
J. Waller. 4232-lm
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. si.;
3-0 p. m. 224 Emna Square.
For Walnnao, Walnlua, Kstauku and
Way Stations 9:1R a in., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. a., 9:15 a, m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:1S p. m.. 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. ra t9:30 p. m tH:00 p. in.
Tor Walilawa 9:15 . ni. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalun and Walanao 8:36 a. m..
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City t7:4G a. m., 8:3i
a. tn., 10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. in., M:3l
p m., 5:3l p, m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 u. m. and '5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Ouly.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives lu
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
Mtops only at Petri Ctty nnd Walanaa
11. P. DKNIBON. V. a SMITH.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
Kinp Street Mwlcet. Tel.' S8o
YOUNG 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 wi
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
huddred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tl n Only
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholeialt Importers and Jobb'ere
AMERICAN CRY QOOD3.
FORT and Ol'IXX 8T3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
663 S. BERETANIA ST.
tfOrtOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
arid RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs' executed at shortest notice.
-! AND OT1IKH PIANOS,
X tKAVCit PIANO CO,
1SI HOTEL HTRKBT.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired tt
tlie Factory Honolulu wire lied
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sin? Kee--Plnmber and Timmlth,
Smith St., bet. Hotel nnd 1'auahl.
Bulletin Business Offlce Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
now will put you in
a position of inde
pendence later on.
Begin today by
opening a savings
account with this
bank. We pay 4 !-2
per cent interest.
$l opens an account.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Frtrriifijre, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farnitafes Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Chas. B; tfrazier
Phone 371. . 122 .King St
BENNY S CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
I2G6 -Fort St.
BERQSTROM MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at'
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. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310,
THE POPULAR FAVORITES
' The Town Constable
A Royal Reception
Evening prices, 25c, flOc, 76c
Scat now on sale
Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25c.
THE ELF KING and THE MINIA
Change of program three times' a
week Monday, Wednesday nnd
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
With' Peirl Handles,
Crystal Pen Racks,
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St. near P. -O.
Potted' Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
THE FtORIST, HOTEL Y0UNQ Bid.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast,
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST,
M. At Gunst fc Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
COOKING RECIPES FOR
HAM AND EGO RICH CUTI.ET3
Quarter Of a pound of cooked ham,.
quarter of a pound of boiled rice,
half n teaspoonful of thick white
sauce, three eggs, one tablcspoonful
o butter, seasoning of salt and pep-
per, two leaspoonsfnl of finely chop
ped parsley, one teaspoonful of
chopped onion, some bread crumbs.
Melt the butter, then fry the onion
for four minutes. Add the ham,
chopped, the rice and parseley. Make
thorn hot through, then add the
white sauco and mix well. Heat up
tho yolks of the eggs, add them to'
the mixture, season nicely nnd
spread on a plate to cool. Next
shape the mixture Into small cutlets.
Coyer them with, fine bread crumbs,
then brush them over with beaten
egg, then roll again In brend crumb.
Fry them a golden color In smoking
hot fat. Drain and serve hot.
RODS WITH TOMATO - If ou
have never used tomntii with rrii'i-
bled eggs, try It. Klvn eggs una
(alilespoonful of butter, one-fourth
cup of nilll;, cupful of tomatoes, salt
apil pepped. Into the pan over boil
ing water put the butter, turn In
the eggs, which have been beaten
up with the milk. Add a cupful of
canned tomatoes, drained and chop
ped quite fine. Serve directly from
the pan Into hot plates.
CAVIAR CRISPS Removo the
crusts from slices of white bread
nnd cut Into' strips an Inch wide and
three Inches long. Toast to a light
brown and set aside to cool. Open a
small can of caviar nnd rub Into
tho contents a tablespoonful of olive
foil and a teaspoonful of lemon Juice.
If the paste Is not soft enough add
more. oil. Spread the crisp toast'
with this paste", garnish' with sprigs
of parseley and servo cold.
TURKISH DKI.IQIIT llreak nri
' ounco of sheet gelatine; Into piece
nnd soak In a half cup cold water
for two hodrs'. Make a syrup of two
cupfuls granulated sugar and one
half cupful cold water. When it
bolls, add the gelatine and cook
steadfly twenty minutes. Flavor a
portion with essence of rose and tho
leSt with tho grated rind and Juice
of a half orange and tho Juice of a
half lemon. Turn. Into wet (in and,
When' jellied out In' squares. The
pieces should be about an Inch cube.
Chopped plstnrhe nuts ndd variety
to this candy, but only a few should
be lined. Dust with confectioners'
sugar and If packed In Christmas
boxes put a sheet of pArafln paper
between the la vers.
DOUDIX FUDQE Cook two
cupfuls granulated sugar with half
cjjp rich milk, two squares of choc
olate, and n teaspoonful butter, un
til It forms n toft ball when dropped
Into cold water. Heat, after taking
from the Hie, until finely grained,
and turn Into a buttered shallow
pan. I loll two cupfuls brown sugar
and a cupful milk until the soft ball
stage, add a teaspoonful butter, a
teaspoonful Vanilla and a cupful nut
meat's; beat until creamy and turn
over layer number one. When cool, 1
mark Into squares. I
PISTA'CHIO FILLING Take two
cupfuls of granulated sugar, one
cupful of water, three eggs (white),
one teaspoonful of pistachio flnor-
Ihg. six drops' of bitter almond cx -
iraci, nvo lauiespoonmis or pisia-
chlo nuts. Roll the sugar and wa-
ter together Until the syrup will spin.
a thread, then pour It slowly Into
mo ueaxen wniics or tno eggs, tot-
or witn green color paste, add in a
liav'drln'g and the mils, chopped flni -
ly, beat until thck and Cold
spread bc'twieU the layers.
Iticn PUDDING A quarter of a
cupful of rice, twelve steamed and
sifted prunes, n few large prunes
stuffed With chopped nuts, two
heaping tnblespoonfuls powdered
gelatine, one" and a halp cupfuls of
milk, one cupful of water, half a
cupful of eggs, one teaspoonful
lemon Juice, two cupfuls of whip
Wash the rice, and put It Into a
saucepan with the milk and cook
slowly until boft, beat the yolks of
etfgs lu another saucepan with the
sugar, udd the gelatine mixed with
water, then stir over the fire for
a fe'w minutes, but do not boll.
Strain over tho cooked rice and when
cool add lemon juice, thu sifted
prunes, nnd the whipped cream.
Pour into a wet mold and set away
In a coot place. Turn out and' gar
nish with large prunes stuffed with
chopped' nuts. ,
MAYONNAISK OK i:OG8 Slx
Uard-holjed eggs, six even-sized to
matoes, "oue cupful of mayonnaise
fcauce, a little salt and pepper, u let
tuce and an endive. Shell the egga
and cut tliem In halves. Cut the
tomatoes round in hnlves, hake them
till just tender In the oen, then lot
them get cold. Arrange them In
two straight lines ilown a dish,
sprinkle them with a little pepper
nnd salt and lay on each a half egg
with the cut slide down. Pour the
mayonnaise gently over 'the eggs
till they are nicely coaled, and also
over tbe tomatoe"; If possible,
sprinkle n very little chopped truf-
flc on each.
FHU1T SOUP. Stew any kind of
fruit desired In water enough to
prevent burning. Press through a
puree sieve, add an equal quantity
of water nnd to each pint of this
liquid allow n heaping teaspoonful
cornstarch, arrow root or soaked
tapioca as desired. Cool: In a don-
hie boiler until clear.
The fnsblon for w earing soft tdtk
blouses Is certain id prevail this sprit',
anil early summer.
They arc made of china silk. pougM.
India silk, rajah and the striped .lap
anese silks, and lu their absolute, slm
Wlclly "M their greatest charm.
Onn smatt looking one of while
china nllk was" arranged with a num
ber of Inch-wide plaits, back and front,
stitched on edges, and had sleeve
with wide tucks running from shoulder
to wrist, finished with turn-hack cufts.
The blouse was fastened down the
front with pearl buttons.
Another blouse of lavemtar and
white strlred Japanese silk was made
with the fronts' of graduated tucks to
form a okn effccl In which tho Fnv
ender predominated. Tho hack was
tucked from shoulders to waist lino in
alternating groups of half anil quarter-Inch
tucks. The front box plait
was finished with a plnlted frill ut
each side, and the blouso fastened In.
visibly under It. The Blecves were
narrow and plain finished, with turn.
back cuffs having frills to correspond
with those on thn box plait.
This blouse was duplicated In green
nnd white striped silk, and the two
were the embodiment of freshness and
A pongee blouse In natural color
was made very much after tho fashion
of a man's shirt. It was plaited down
front and back, bad long scanty
sleeves set In at the shoulders without
fullness and finished with n straight
ciilT. There was a soft collar of tho
pongee such us those that finish flan
nel shirts, Thcro was a soft satin
Windsor tie of crimson and one of
vfvld green to bu worn with this
blouse, and a most attractive set of
studs, cuff links, two smu'll bar plus
and one largo one of Jade set in gold.
'The blouses that have not attached
collars aro worn with embroidered lin
en ones, and dainty Jabots of lace ami
line lingeries or Irish crochet.
They will be wonderfully cool and
comfortable, and their one great ad
vantage, is that they launder beau II
fully. GRADUATION FROCKS.
Tho graduation frocks of the car,
whether they be for grammar and high
schools or for college, will all, prac
tically, be of tho prlncoss shai. and'
a nost or lingerie ones will be seen.
For grammar and high school there Is
nothing so suitable us a fine lawn or
mull, with lace and needlework, for
young girl, llut many a girl will over,
rulo her sensible niother and wear silk
gumes, or even silky, opaque mater
ials. Cree do clio and chiffon cloth'
aro ierennlal favorites. Silk cash
mere will bo used extensively this
eur, and so, too, will the new thin
Bii, u.,mBI1 wi,iri, ,. ,, .,.....,
,01 ,le nM aml ckcr weave The re.
S,nt., crepe cloth of thin, ulmost
B4iy texture Is a practical material
ror mich gowns. It is find and clln
mi emU ltBclf , ,.iai,oraton,
vm, it there are shown u host of
otlar ull silk and silk and wool weaves
which It Im Impossible to cnumcrdte,
TO APPLY FACE POWDER
When powder does not adhere
likely to the fuce, it Is becuuso thu
skin U too dry.
Anoint the surface every night
with a good skin food after having
washed the face In warm water.
This will get the skin In good
llefore applying the powder to the
face, It is well to anoint It first with
a little cold cream, wiping off the
thickest before the powder Is used.
NEW USE FOR SOAP
A reader states that ordinary yel
low soap cuu be used with as good
results for mending torn urtlCles ad
Wet the piece of yellow soap, run
It oer the torn place on the wrong
side, and press with a moderately
SOME HINTS ABOUT HAM
If when boiling ham you add for
each gallon of water a teacup of
vinegar and six or eight cloved, the
flavor will be much improved.
Always let a ham cool lu thu wufer
lu which It Is boiled, aud It will keep
dellclously moist and nice.
The Weakly Edition of th. Evenlnc
Bulletin gives a complctt turqmary ot
the news of the diy,
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
For few mouths -Nicely furnished
cottage on Wnlklkl lleach. Ad
dress P. O. Ilox 207. 4317-lw
llookkeeper wanted for plantation
store on Hawaii. Apply No. 8,
II III let In offlce. 4.117-31
Wanted to Rent Furnished cot
tage with three bed rooms; re
spoinlble party. Address C. O.
lly a fommerclil house, a first class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re
iflnble position. Address A. Y.,
Everybody to make niouey by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
Dox 102 Llhue, Kauai. 4190-tf,
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
During Summer vacation by boy of
l.'p Has Mime knowledge of short
hand and typewriting. Store or
office preferred. Address Hoy,
lly a nung lady iih assistant book
keeper or clerical work of any
kind, (lood references, Address
O. D llulletin office. If
As saleslady or houseglrl. Address
Room 2, 748 Richards st.
I.ngt lllack leather watch fob,
with gold seal, monogram W. It.
II.; suitable reward If returned to
this offlce. 431.1-Ct
Pair of glasses In tin-lined black
leather case. Return to this of
fice. Rewnrd. 4317-31
Large and well ventilated rooms to
let, single or en suite. Just open
ed; newly and handsomely fur-
ford, cor- lleretanla
streets. Tel. U'99.
Large yard and outbuildings, suit
able for contractor, carpenter, etc.
Apply, The Knutsford, 169 llere
tanla street. 431C-31
Desirable, cool, mosquito proof
rooms. Apply 236 King St., bet.
Alakea and Richards sts.
Room and board lu private family.
Inquire at 73" Klnan street, near
Alapla, Terms reasonable.
At the end of car lino on tho beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
II ll 1 1 e 1 1 n offlce.
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
fine vlow. Apply 70G Quarry St.,
cor. Alapal. 4295-tt
Furnished cottage In Kaplolani Park
on the beach. Address S., II it 1 -let
Six-room coltngo on Vineyard St.;
SIC Apply 1280 Port st. 431R-3t
Two furnished rooms. 107 1A Llke
llko St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished cottngo In town. Inquire
Cottage Grove. Phono 1087
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
Brown & Lyon Co.
With HAWAUAN NEWS CO.,
Um Btff -U (or ubniorftl
Irrtuiiobi or ulcriloor
lnapsbriuee,", !',::" rr"t'.t
fot or poituow.
U b DranUU. t
Circuit muI t rQUM
185 "editorial rooms 350 ut.
nest office. These are the telephone
numbers ot the Bulletin offlc.
185 editorial rooms 2,rG bull,
nest office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin qlflce.
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Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lett Than
New piano and tottuge furnishings,
cheap Apph SI9 lleretnnln
20,000 Cocoa nuts Just arrhed on
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller S.ihngc Co. P. O.
Ilox C27. 4235-tf
Small Farms and
Homestead at Itauulu, ulthlu
400 feet from Railroad depot,
containing 8 acres of good agri
cultural land; mid a beach housu
ninl furniture, including piano.
Hoiikc Is luiiKtorloK hlgli ami
situated on the main (lovern
mint Road around the island.
Five and a half acres up Manna
Valley, planted with Alllgator
Pears, Mango, Papain nn.l Da
nana trees. About SICOil north
of ferns, palms, flowers and eg
etablei in great arlety grow
ing on the premises. A Cottage,
Carriage House, Her ants' Quar
ters and Stable, and tvso good
wells on the place.
A fine location for a gardener Or
florist. Price, JJSuti.
About t acres, situate, within a
quarter of n mils from the car
line. A small cottage, chicken
house, C000 g.il. tauk, and fenced
nnd cross fenced. Government
water connected, nlso a well on
the premises. About 1! acres aro
planted with alfalfa and ubout
fill fine 4 jear old cotton trees
growing there. Good for chick
en ranch, pig ranch or small
dairy. Prlco. SJioo.
A Pineapple ranch, red soil, oer
100 acres In area. 50 acres cul
tivated and planted; 4U acres
with rich dark green plueupplo
plants; r acres In limes, break
fruit, papain and assorted fruit
Jrees; two springs tnd water
streams with 15 acres of rich
bottom vegetable land. Will
pay for Itself lu to years.
15 acres of good tillable land
with cottage, sen ants' quarters,
water tank and fencing, etc, etc.
Must be sold; a bargain.
9 acres fine arable lauds.
KALI III VALLKY.
About lA acres, fronting on tho
Kallhl street, planted with lime
und banana trees. ' A house of
.1 bedrooms, a stable and chicken
houses and fire fencing on the
land. Price, $1200.
2814 acres fine
stream of water.
9 acres land, 5V4 of which Is
rlro land with dwelling nml
chicken house, Prlco, J3000.
82 S. King St.
Henry Waterliouse Trust Co., Ascents,
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Honolulu, T II.
(lentlemcir I herewith leg lu ac
knowledge receipt of your check for
15,000.00 In payment of thu Policy held
by Mrs W. C Peacock on tho life of
the late Walter Chamberlain Peacock,
The proofs of death went forward
early In April, nnd by return mall I
rectlved a chuck In full settlement of
tho claim, and t now wish lo thank
tho Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co.
throilgh )ou on behalf of Mrs. W. C.
Peacock for tho exceedingly prompt
settlement of the claim.
It J. UUCIlt.Y.
ffAWAIIAN FERTILIZFTt CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
(or all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulus Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel 430.
'For Sale" cards at Bulletin.,.
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