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EVENING- HULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, MAT 25, 1009.
Dr. Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. sv
3-G p. m. 221 Emma Square.
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Wnl.ilu.i mid W.ilutiai -!f:3ti a. in..
. .fi:3l p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Kwa Mill
and Penil City 17:10 u. in., 'M
n. in., 10:2S a. in., 1:40 p. in., M:3l
li in., '6:31 p. in., '7:30 p. in.
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t lix. Sunday.
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Til" Hnlelwa llmlttd. n twohou
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or'oiD. loaves Honolulu every Hund.iv
nt 8:22 a. in.; rctu.-iiiiig, arrives lu
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try, Eggs, Fresh Batter and Cheese.
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manufactured from pure distilled wa
tcr. Delivered to any part of city by
AND ELFCTKIC CO.,
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and offices at 25c per
hundred In 10-lb. lots
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133 Merchant St.
in .town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
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Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
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CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nl RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
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pendence later on.
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Thorough ventilation, comfortable
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission, 10c, 15c, 25c.
A ROMAN IDYL AND
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday and
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moioin Pictures
FORT, BELOW BERETANIA ST.
3 TIMES A WEEK 3
Admission . . 10 cents
Children . . 5 cents
Reserved Scats ... 15 cents
The New Open-Alr Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
The ideal paper for so
New stock just in.
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7G Merchant St. near P. 0.
Potted Plants Cheap for your Dec
oration Day work.
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DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL
A. Guust &. Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
t'a. 111. U fur UDD.turU
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r.Inl.... .11.1 not uUiD.
i.nt or ooIhqiu..
ko!4 by Dru.i.U.
Clrcul.r ..ot oa rwioM
Wo huvo for sale llncl Set Ranges,
sire I to U ft ; lirldge & Reach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Ilrollcrs, Camp nnd Laundry
stoveir. Phono 211. EMMELUTH
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q For Sale" cards at Rullctln.
i Hf la i u r. v
WTiltstEi"! Cutyic xCo.
Like nil program music wlilrli tells
a story, Enoch Ardcn In made up of
Hitmen, nnd from them tnurli of the
outline of Hip Uvea of Hip chnractpis
may lie Kntlicied even wunoui tne
written woids, while Hie depth of
feeling cai-h man lind for "Hint one
girl" Is, exemplified nml Intensified
by Strauss' conception of their per
sonalities and the wonderfully log
ical wny In which he lias wiipii j
llicm together. Of course one rould I
cujuy the mtiiiU; without any knowl
edge of Its construction, hut the
more one similes Hie working out
of the milNlrnl themes, the greater
In tin' admiration for Hip iiiiihIpi
mind which has carried Tennyson's
poetic fancy to loftier heights, mid
Hie greater the uplift In our minds
an we imp enabled to foMow and
HI rails',' liitiodilcHnn lo "Enoch
Ardeti" Is the low rnmhling of surf
r.n n locky rlioip, made realistic by
the bwpIIIiir and dying nway of long
inns in the left hand of Hip piano
part, while Hie melody lu Hie light
hand Is ery gentle and (piiel. lenv
lug nil ImprcHHlon of the peine and
simplicity of the town.
,lllile l.ee. Hip prettiest little
dninfel of the port,
Is iiitiodiieeil i
a light tripping measure, the iui t
Holes divided llllo gloups of sIm
Philip Hay. Dm millers only
mm," Ih represented by a most me
IndloilH passage; Hie miles divided
Into triplets, und, us mihip oiip Ins
said, we perhaps never realized be
fore what a thoroughly sweet chnr
nder l'hlllp's was.
'Knoch, stronger made," has n
much more decided and compelling
theme, whli li, In the story of his
Inst sad venrs. Impresses upon ns
Hie strength nnd Impelling Insisten
cy of his personality.
The Iheme showing the union of
Hunch and Annie Is Mrs I heard when
I'lilllp "saw Hie pair hand
In hand," and Is soon repented, "as
their faces drew logetlier." There
after one listens for that short un
finished melody, which nlwns menus
their love, their union, their child-
ten, und which Is especially polg
nant In tho end when, through Mi
riam Uine, Knoch sends messages In
jriwh one of those dear ones, his,
' et Ills no more."
The passionate Hiemc of their
parting, when Knoch determines lo
seek his fortune, in far distant lands,
occurs only n few times of course.
jet it Is mingled and Inst up pa
thetically with that 'Of their love,
that It Is not easily forgotten. As
the eaiH with their,, son own mid
1 1 oiiIiIoh go by, Annie's sties of
mind, shown lu n quick, ngltuted
P'issngc ,ls mot bed by the sw
melody of Philip's theme, while her
excessive wcnilnera, too. Duds com
fort In his sympathy, nnd his theme
ngnln bilug.i a distinct sense of his
quieting Inlluenee. "So theso were
wed mid men lly rang the hells, but
never merrily beat Annie's heart,"
and here l'hlllp's theino and Enoch's
nre so distinctly-lit variance, so dis
cordant, that I lie conlllct In the
poor woman's mind Is only too np
p.iient. mid the lellef is correspond
ingly great, when "that mysterious
Instinct wholly died." and with n
lumlnlsrent Interlude of the wedding
bells, l'hlllp's mid Annie's themes
me Interwoven lu perfect harmony,
li'iro being gradually merged Into
his, until Hie Ill's I pail ends with
the single nolca of Philip's melody.
"And where was Enoch?" After
it In Iff description of his misfor
tunes, we hear his theme toft ut
Hist, us from a distance, then grow
ing louder and more und more eon
IuhmI, plainly picturing the loneli
ness, the eternal sameness of his life
Tor mi many years on mi Island, l lull.
beautiful, but forsaken of mankind.
Then as ho dreams ot his old I
home, of "people, thliua und places I
known far lu a daiker Islo hcjniid i
the Hue," we hear the rushing of
the llrst theme, from far aw.iy, Hio
theme of their united love, a scrap
of Annie's theme, even "the fnr-olf i
pealing of his parish bells." Then
when he teallzes 'tis but n day
dream, nnd he ecs again with his
actual vision "that licaiitiotm, hated
Isle," there comes the most exquisite
pnssngo of all, while his "isior heart
speaks with that which, being ever)
whero lets none seem nil
uloiie, biliiglng the divine comfort
When Enoch at last returns we
hear again Ihe theme of Enoch and
Annie's milled love, Willi a treinulo
Ufconipnntmnent which shows only
too plainly thn agitation In tho
man's mind as he stands outside, and
witnesses the happy family life, mid
"that other reigning In his stead."
Then Enoch's own theme begins to
make Itself noticed, at first faint,
I anil iur nwuy in ins pujsicui wenic
ness, hut gradually more nnd more
persistent, until It tccms Impossibly
that the urging of his inner self can
bo disregarded. Ho must claim her,
whose first love was his; then 'not
wonderful prnver, tho reiterations oft
his desire to make himself known, I
l.l.. -..-..li... ..... .... ,.. ll.ll 1...M .....tl
Ilia ivn.it, u mi:, 1:1 ,f tid iivi, ,,,
peace onto nioie from above.
Ills messages to Ills loved ones,
shown by the theme of their llrst
union, broadens out Into the most
noble, and, while the theme of his
own Individuality Is distinct In the
hibt, that Bimiu heavenly melody le-
IN THK DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States, for tho Terrltor)
The United States of America, Plain
tiff, vs. Joseph O. Carter, et nl
Action brought in said District
Court, and the Complaint filed in the
office of the Clerk of said District
Court, In Honolulu.
THK.I'KKSIDK.NT OP THK UNITED
STATKS OF AMKItlUA, OUKKT
To JOSEPH O. CAHTEK, SAM-
UKI. M. DAMON, WH.I.IAM O.
SMITH, E. FAXON I1I3HOP, nnd
AUIKUT F. JUDD. Trustees under
tho Will and of tho Estate of 11KH
NICK 1. I1ISHOI', deceased; THE
TKItltlTOHV OF It A XV A I I I
CHAUI.KS M. COOKE; ANNA C.
COOKE, wife of CHAUI.KS M.
COOKE; FHi:. J. LOWUKY; CHE
IHI.I.A l I.OWUF.V, wife of FIIIJD.
.1. LOWItKY; I.AU CI10NH; CHIN
SHKE; PIIII.OMKNA KI.'IKI; VIC
TOIHA KAHM.HI.AUI.ANI KAAWA,
olhervvlse called VICTORIA KAIIA
I.KLAUI.ANI ICAOULI; ISAAC K.
KAAWA; MARHARKT MAY KAO-
Vlllll l,M ll.Mll ,illi.,ru.u.. n.,lla,l
MAaAIti:T'MAY KAONOHI KAO-
Ul.l; JOHN KAOUI.I, JAMKS KAO
Hl.l mid MARY KAOUI.I unknown
heirs at law of HERMANN KAOU
I.I, deceased; P1IH.OMKNA KAO
UI.I as Guardian of tho person and
estates of MARHARKT MAY KAO
NOHI KAOUM, THOMPSON MANO
OKALANIPO KAOUM, and VICTO
RIA KAHAI.KI.AUI.ANI KAOUI.I,
Minors; JOHN SMITH, JAMKS
H It O XV N . IIKNRY III.ACK,
CHAUI.KS WHITK. MARY HREKN,
JANE JONES nnd MAJITIIA
STII.KS, unknown owners and claim
You Are Hereby Dliccted to Ap
pear, and nnswrr the Complaint In
an action entitled as above, brought
ugalnst you In the District Court ot
the United States, In and for the Ter
ritory or Hawaii, within 20 dnys
fronTnnd after service upon you of a
I certified copy of plaintiff's petition
herein, together with a certified copy
of this Summons.
And you are hereby notified that
unless )ou appear and answer as
above required, Hie said plaintiff will
lake judgment for any money or
damages demanded In the complaint,
us arising upon contract, or It will
apply to the Court for any other re
lief demanded in the Complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable
8ANFOHD H. DOLE, Judge
of said District Court, Hilt
2nd day ot February in the,
year of our Lord ono thou-
. (SEAL) sand nine hundred nnd nine
and of tho Independence ol
the United States the one
hundred and thirty-third.
A. E. MURPHY,
lly (Signed) A. A. DEAS,
UNITED STATES of AMERICA, ss:
Territory of Hawaii, City of Honolulu
I, A. E. MURPHY. Clerk of the
District Court of the United States
of America, In and for the Territory
and District of Hawaii, do hereby
certify the foregoing to be a full,
true, and corr'ct copy of the original
Summoiib and Order Directing Pub
lication of Summons In Cause: THE
I'. S. vs..J. O. CARTER, ET AL. (KB.
IK!) NO. 59, as the same remains ot
reiord and on llle In the office of the
Cleik of said Court.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. 1
have hereunto set my hand
and affixed tho seal of said
(SEAL) District Court this 12th day
of April, A. D. 1909.
A. B. MURPHY,
Clerk of United Slates District
Court, Territory of Hawaii.
Kudiirsemeiit No, 09, District
Court of Hie U. S. for tho Territory
of Hawaii. United States ot Aincr
jm vs. J. O. Carter et al. Summons.
Itobeit W. Ilreckons, Plaintiff's At
torney. Filed Feb. 11. 1909.
A. E. MURPHY,
lly (Signed) A. A. DEAS,
There vvill he a public moonlight
baud concert this evening nl 7.30, at
March (lllanetto Valverdc
Overture The Armourer . . ..Lortzlng
fluvotte Circus Fllege
(11) Souvenir de Los Angeles
(b) Tlttac id the Mill lu l.ongpiu
Vocal Hawaiian songs., ar. by llerger
Selection Tho Fighting llrutliera.
Willis The Merry Widow ... Lehar
Finale (lav In Ilretton
The Star Spangled Haulier.
Frank Coffee, tho purchnsor of the
wreck of the, steamer Aeon, on Christ
mas Island, arrived yesteulay from
the Colonies lu tho steamer Makuru
He was met at Iho wharf by J. D. Mc
Inerny, his representative lu Honolulu,
who took him, and his 1.011 in mi auto
mobile, (o see points of interest.
minds us Hint he found his comfort
In something higher mid stronger
Advertisement. Under thl. Healing,
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
For Tew months -Nicely furnished
collage on Walklki Reach Ad
dress P. O llox 20". 4317-lw
Wanted lo Rent
Inge with three
bed rooms; le
Address C. O.
lly n commercial house, n first class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re
sponlib position. Address A. Y .
Kvcrtmily to inaku money by nlaut
ing lufoanutx. Inqulro for plants, i
llox 1U2 l.lhue. Kuunl. 4190-tt
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED
During Summer vacation by boy of
IT, 'Has some knowledge of short
hand mid t pcwrltlng. Store or
II u 1 1 e 1 1 ii.
lly a oung lady as nsslstnnt book
keeper or clerical work of any
kind. Hood references. Address
(I I).. Ilulletlii office. tt
white camea hnxs'li.
II li 1 1 e 1 1 n office for
laist I Hack leather watch fob,
with gold seal, monogram W. R.
II ; suitable reward if returned to
this onice. i::ir,-ct
K. of P. (ottnges, 2 slory, new, Un
ion street nnd Garden lane; close
lo business; no yard to keep up;
no car fnre. Electric lights and
gun Apply to J. M. McChesney,
tfi Merchant stieet. 4:illl-tf
Desirable, cool, mosquito proof
rooms. Apply 23f King St., bet.
Alakea mid Richards sts.
Itootii mid boa nl in private family.
Inquire at i2 Klumi street, near
Alnplu, Terms reasonable.
Modem C-room house, good condi
tion; JKS per month; U2G Kulll
live. Inquire on premltes.
At the end ot cur lino on the bench,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
II u 1 1 c 1 1 n office.
Wcll-furnlshed housekeeping rooms,
fine view. Apply 700 Quarry St.,
cor. Alnpal. 4295-tf
Furnished cottage In Knplnlunl Park
on the beach. Addiess S Ilul
Two furnished rooms. 1071A'Llke
llko St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emmu St.
Furnished cottage In town, luquliu
Cottage drove. Phone 1087
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply ro.,Ud.
931 FORT ST.
ART THEATRE Wilt
Charges That It Is Not
Safe Wiil Be
Mayor Fern has fcent rommunlcj
thins lo Iliillillug Insiector Mlelilstcln
and to Chief of ihu Flro Depailment ,
Thurston, asking for u report on Ihu
safety of tho new Art Theater. During j
Iho past few- days several letters have
been sent lo the Mayor by people who
protcss to believe that the structure Is
not safe, nnd Ills Honor has deter
mined 10 have 11 thiiiough luvestlgt
tlon made. I
.V.lehlsltlu will be charged with the
task of nicertitlnliiK whelhei or not
the structure compile), with tho build
uy oiilituncus. Chief 1 Illusion wilt
have to decide whether or nut Hit
structure Is safe from the sfinjpolut
of a llie-tlghter.
Iloth men have been Instructed to
make 11 icporl Just as soon as they
have completed their Investigations,
Advertisement. Under thi. Heading
One Cent Per Word Cach Day. No Ad'
vertlsemenls Inserted for Less Thin
Choice uillei Hon ! Mamps (about
3.1100 l Addiess 1 1 1 II II I I e -
till office tf
20,000 Cocoanuts just aril veil on
schooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
Ilox r.27. !2S5-lt
Reaf Elite e
Small Farms and
Homestead et llauula. Mtllilii
400 del Iroin Railroad ilepol.
containing S iieies of good uiirl
eiittuial laud, and n beach hoiisn
and furniture. In-ludllig piano.
House Is livoutoilcx lilgb and
situated on Hie main (ioveru
meut Road unumd Hie lid mil.
1'ho and u half acres up Manoa
Valliy. iiluiited ullb Alligator
Peais. Mango, Papain and Ha
nana dees About Slt'.nu worth
of ferns, p.ilm i. Ilowers nil I veg
etables lu great vnrlet grow
ing on the preiul es. A Collage,
Carrlngt lloue. Servants' Quar
ters and Stable, and two good
vvells on the pljee.
A fine location for a girdeiier or
llorlst. Price, SJ.'.iiii.
About .'. acres, sltuato within a
quarter of a lulls from the car
Hint. A .yiKill cottage, chicken
house, ibuo gal. Innk. and fenced
und criHs fenced, (loverntnent
water connected, also u well on
Hie premises. About 2 acres lire
plumed with alfalfa nnd about
CU line 4 ear old cotton trees,
growing there, (lend for chick
en ranch, pig ranch or small
dairy. Price. tSMiu.
A Pineapple ranch, red soil, river
100 acres lu area. f acres cul
tivated und planted: W acres
with licit dark green pineapple
plants; S acres In limes, break
fruit, pap.il.i nnd assorted fruit.
trees; two springs t.iul water
streams with 15 ucres of rich
bottom vegetable land. Wilt
pay for Itself lu two jnars.
I." acres of good Hllablo land
with cottage, servants' quarters,
water tank und fencing, te. etc
Must be void; u bargain.
9 acres hue arable I.uiiIh.
KAMI 1 1 VALLEY.
About l'i acres, fronting on the
Knllhl stieet. planted with lime
nnd li.iuaua trees. A house or
3 bedrooms, a stable and chicken
houses mid flro fencing on the)
land. Price, Sl2ilu.
2SV4 acres llm
htream of water.
9 acres land. r., of which Is.
rice laud with dwelling nnd
chicken house Price, S30W1.
82 S. Kins St.
Brown fc Lyon Co.
With HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
Henry Waterhouso TriiBt Co.. Agcu'..
1'acltlc- Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
Honolulu, T. II.
Ocntlenien: I herewith beg to ac
knowledge receipt of your check for
$5,000.00 lu payment of tho Policy Jiehl
by MrB. XV. C Peacock on tho life ot
Iho Into Walter Chamberlain Peacock.
The proofs of death went forward
early lu April, and by return mall I
received a check In full settlement of
tho claim, and I now wish to thank
(ho Pacllic Mutuil Life Insurance. Co.
through you on behalf of Mrs. W. C.
Peacock for the exceedingly piompt
settlement of tho claim.
n. j. huchlV.