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EVEN WO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, AUGUST Ifi, 1009
Piano taught in 6 months, $3. month;
X lessons). Special attention adult
bcglnnors. "Tcacher,",Bulletln "flSco.
Worth. Wire Mattresses repaired at
Vi Factor Honolulu Wlr Bed
Co., 12S0 Alapal 8t. Telephone
Otto Oti Carpenter, .Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1563.' 142Q
Victoria St. 432i-im.
fee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith!
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Patiahl.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahoku and
"Way Stations 9:1S a. m., 3i20 p.1 ml
For Pearl City, Ewa' Mill and Way
Btatlous-,t7:3 a. ra., :16 a. m.,
11:05' a. tn., 2:U p. m.. 320 p. m,
5:16 p. m., l:30 p. m., tll:oo p. m,
For Wahlawa :16 a. m. and
"8:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahmkn,
Waialua and Walanae 8:36 a. hi..
..6:31 p. m.
Arrlvo in Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 17:48 a. m!, 8:36
a. m., 10:3S a. m., 1:40 pm., 4:31
p. m., C:3l p. m., 7:30 p. mV
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawe
8:36 a. m. and S:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
X Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-houi
train (only Hrst-class' tickets ton
ored), leaves' Honolulu every Sunda)
at 8:22 a. m.;1 returning, arrives In
Honolulu at H:10 p. m. The Limited
etops only' at Pearl City and Walanae
a P. DENISON. V.. C. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON sene yon.
COR. HOTEL and NTJffAHU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
"ttr." Delivered to any part of city' by
courteous' drivers. :
OAHU (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.
Delivered to residences
and; offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133, Merchant 6t
OP ALL KINDS.
.DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
tneen Street it ;t :i Honolulu.
H, Phillips & v?p.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber "
v - li J ,, e. Hill) i. I
AMEfllCAN DRY QOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8TST '
Bamboo. Furniture Hade to Order,
Picture .Framing a Specialty. ' '
563 8. BERETAHIA IT.
TELEPHONE 497. - - '
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity a'nd'.de
icription made to order. Boiler' wrk
and RiyrTED, PIPES for lrrigttion
purposes a specialty. Particnla.' at
tention paidto JOB. WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Com'r. of Deeds .for California Hud
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. s
AND .OTHBR' PUN08, I
THAYErf PIANO CO. 1
lt( HOTEL BTREBT. '' I
Ph'orie 8.' ' ll
TTTNTNO OTMnANTElD. I
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phono 185.
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,We make a speciality of repairing
ALU' makes o( typowrllcrs, cash
registers and adding' machines.
Our repair department Is the only
fully equipped one In the Terri
tory, All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Ltd., Agents for the
Remington Typewriter Co.
Japanese Employment Association,
Muuanu and I'auabl His. call up.
phone 697 it you want a cook,
good boy or, servants.
Duisenberg.& Farrar, Architects, 62
63 Alexander .Young; Building.
n tn i '
Fitknokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and 'Young
streets. 'Building in first-class or
der' and connected with artesian wa
ter. ' Electric Kht and 'gas. Also
Kapiolani' Park' ots -and improved
property at' Hau'ula and other prop
erty. ' ' .
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Young Bldg. '
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and. Short Orders at All Times
of, the .-Day and Night We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEX.
B.. Wm. WARHAM, Propi
King. Street, Ewa of.Fishmarket
DRY- GOODS , AND FURNISHTNQ
GQQD8 of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Territorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald.BJdg.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.j.P, O. Box 914.
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'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At -All Hours, ' s '
WINE8, LIQUOR.S. AND CIGARS;
' lW. C. 'BERGIN.-Proprietorr7
LUNCHES' and DRINK I
The' most popular' - '
' plaoe!in town;'
The Pasliion Saloon
'Hotel 8t near Port
lank Soullv. Jaok Roberts,
S'Hiayo for sale Ilnck Bet nanges,
sho 4 to 9 ft.; Bridge & Beach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
,and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Broilers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone'211. EMMELUTH
&,CO., LTD.. 14C Kins; St.
5uuday, August 12
1:30 P. M.
J. A. 0. vs. KALIHI.
C. A. 0, vs. U. S. M. C.
Reserved Seats . 15c and 25o
- Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., King street.
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Solid
Change of bill every Monday and
General Admission 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
.....15 and 25 cent
Seats may be reserved in, advance.
NEW FEATURE FILM
VAMPIRES OF THE COAST.
' Illustrated, Songs.
at the .present day. Dissolving views
and moving'pictnres of Portugal. '
Changecof program three' times a
week Monday, Wednesday and, Fri
Admission 10c 15o and, 25o
, Children 5 cents
The Famous Talking Picture
THURSDAY! JULY 29. '
Open Air Theater
Fort Street Below Be'retanla.
From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
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Admission 10 and 15 cent!
Children ......'. f.5 cents
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FOR SALE. KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new' house, 4 rooms, bath,
lot 50x116-8 feet 'improved; a pret
ty 'home fine view ocean and city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
'Another, and 'this one is just' what
you. ire'' looking for. A real bar
gain;' up-to-date style bungalow, 5
laree rooms: both "wide verandas i
'two lots," 50x232 feet; large front
lawn' 'planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of .fruits:' Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment " Price
$2,200. .Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST. REAL ESTATE CO.
r. a. juunroe. ngr, ,
Paper for " ' , -
Already cut for stringing,
A. B. ARLEIQH&CO.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union,
OHIO CLOTHES' CLEANINQ CO.
132 Beretanla St.
Ladles' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone' 496,
Admisspn,. ... .,. . . f -t.- and 20o
CrrliM. IX hftk kkt.NwrUI C J
"Ob. Philip!" SDcTurncd swiftly to
Klrkwood with 'extended ImUla fiml'n
lOw.'brokcn'cry.' I'm so trlnd."
r trnce of liyntCTW In' her manner
warned tilm, and h checked himself
upon the verse-of a too dangerous ten
derness." i"Therer he said soothingly,
MtlnR her bends fest ttently' In his
pslm While 'be led her to a cbalr,'
"WV can make ourselves1 'easy, now."
be sat down, end, he released her
fends with' a reluctance, less crldent
Irian actual.1 "If 'efer I say another
rrord'ngalnst'my Tuck" '"
''Who," Inquired Ihe girl, lowering
her Jvolce"who' Is'tlie criillonmn In
the 'flowered drettliifc'rtrtwnV" ' '
wlck. nb old friend: iVe'kiibwn lilm
(At years, ever1 lnre( I' 'chiUe1 hlirofldJ
Otrtously enough. h6t-cTrr,'tlils''lsthe
Orst time I've ever, beett'here. -'trailed
obre, but be' wmn'tltiini few days ago
-the day we ruet." "1 Ihbuifhltlie pldce
looked familiar.' BWpld'of niel"'
t'l'hlllii."ald th a-trl.'wltb a'crara
face, but a sbitklb; voice. "It ra"-
she laughed proroklngiy "Uwks.'so
funny. Phllln. I don't know whr 1
ran wlien'you toWme lb, but 1 did.
And while I nth' I JW'' conscious of
tha'a front door 'litre opening and this
tall man In- the flowered drcsulnir
gown i 'coming tfttwri W'the gate as If
It 'wore the nioet brdlriHty thing In
tbo world for him to' stroll out dressed
that way leather evening. And be
opened, tbo'g&tU and-bowed and said,
cvcr'so'Jplcilsantly,' Wbn't-you come
"He'dldr exclaimed' Klrkwoodi "But
how"'' 'ctt... mVMc i , fr
"ilow-cnn t M'yr' she' expostulated'
"At 1I events, lleseemed'rb kno'me.
and' Vrben(rM''addedtebnietblng about,
railing 'you' in; to-be said 'Mr; Kirk-wood'-l.dhln't
"It's strange cuougU, surely, nnd for
tunate. Bleta bts-bcartr' raldKlrk
wood. . 1' '" " .'i '
And "Vlnmr said Mr.'nrcntwlck'
ronslderntelyi eritc'rlurf;the study. He1
had discarded the dressing' gown nnd
The' 'girl we. ,Ktrw'd,.turnodJ
Hut nrentwlcl; Ik-ksM his pntlencr
ivltli mieloqiient gesturu nnd'rang the
belli ' ' . v
Al'soft footed butler, Impasslro as
l-'alertimtrrliilhid inystcrloasly' In the
doorway. ' " i
",YoU irang. rlfV bo Intemipted frlje-Idly.-
"If any. nnc should ask for mo I'm
'Ar.d If .vim Hbotild nee n pair of dis
reputable' Hemu:i!r.-I skulking In the
nclghbtirlionilt one Nliort nnd 'stout, the
itliur. tnll nnI 'evidently n' seafaring
"Tlinnk Jim; 'Hlr." A moment later
be fnmt tln!i- w:m heard to close.
lirentwlck .turned with n little bow
o tiieelrl. '".My dear Mis Calendar."
uc 6nlil. rttbblnt: IiIh thin, fine bnndx
"tiam old' enoii-li. I trust to 'call you
ucb without offense please 'lie scal
ed." " ' -
, "Would ynu mind telling us how you
knew"-, began Klrkwiwil anxlouily.
"fot In tlw least, my denr Philip. It
Is simple enough. I pQMena.nn-lnngl-imtlou.
' Krpm -my bedroom window,
on the floor nbore, I happen to behold
two ralis racing down the street, the,
bne doggedly'pursu'lng'tho other.' The
foremost stops, perforce of a .fagzrd
borcc.-" Thet-e nllgtnV'n young' gentle-
man looking, I'f'j-ou'll pardon me. on-
oommonly'' seedy.'' He- Is followed by,
a youngilady. If she wllKnn'rdoii'jiie."
iwlthtanpthrr llttlo.bow, "unthninionlj
pretty,"' ," -
'lirentwlck removed his gl.iiws. rub
bedithcm and 'blinked 'tb'qughtfully nt
the girl. "My dear." bo said soddeuly,'
with n peculiar' tremor In his .mice,
"you rcbemhle your mother renin rl:a
bly. Tut I should know! "Time was
when I wns. one of. her most ardent
''Vou-y-you knew my mother!'' erled
Dorothy, profoundly moved.
"Did I not' know you nt xlglit7 My
dear, 'you are your mother .reincarnate
for the good of tin unwurt'hy' world
Blie wns n very beautiful' woman, my
deitr."- ' '
"Hut you will tell we"
"A Lumber of .Interesting things..
Miss Calelidur.if you'llliegooJeiioiigb'
to let me vbouso the time. I beg you
to be patient wlth'the'ldloiiyncraideM of
an old man (Win inmiu no luiniu who
has u reniitillloii hh nn iKcenirli- rn un'
t!llll' llPflirn llt Ml.rVlllllH A 11,1 li.n.
nald llivutwli'k "now, my ilcar boy,
for the iidyeiiture."
Klrkwood I'hm'kled, Infected by bN
boiiVgeiilal hinnor. "IIoW do 'yon
' "Huw can It bo otherwise?" coun
Hered'KD'iitwIrk, 'with ii'trni-e'of nspcr
'Ity".' "Am "I to be ilnilrtl my lid von;
ture? Hlr,- I refilso wltliout itiulVoca
lloti. Vnur very'.'bearlng'-'bre.itlies of
roni:iiii-v; There must lo niiinlveniure
'I'orthvngilng, Plilllp: otherwise' my dis
appointment will lifvso ncute that I
shall b, ivgrelfully obliged seriously
to co'tu.ldcr my tlnlit ns ii'liou-iolioliU'r
u show .vim the door,"
"Sit down, Klrl" eommniided Ilfent
nick, ullli biicb u peleuiitury notu
tlfat ClC j-omi nj.nji,. who. JaJ risen;
For WomLydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
Jftah, kjit- "I was passing through
the Changejof Life and suffered from
"Lvdla . Fink
well and strong, so
that I can do all my
housework, and :
tend to the ttoro
nnd nost-offlce, and
If eel muchyounger
than I really am.
m"s Veiretablo Compound Is the most
successful remedy for all' kinds 'Of
romaie irouoies, ana x ieei mat j. can
never pralsd ltcnpugh." Mrt.Li2nK.
Uollakt), Noah, Ky. . ' . .,
period of a woman's existence, and
ncslect of health at this time- invites
disease and pain. .' "" '
thAt there Is no other remedy known to
medicine that will so successfully carry
women through this trying period as
tiyaia js. ifinknam's; vege tame 'Com
pound, made from native roots, and
hetba?' ' " ' "
for 80 years it has been curing,
women from the worst forms of female
Ills -inflammation, ulceration, dls-
filaccmcnts, Qbrold tumors,:irreguIari
ies, perlodlo pains, backache, .and
nervous prostration. ' ' V' "''-
If you would like epeclal ladytoe
about your case write acoafltfm
tlal letter to Mrs, Plnkbsvm, ast
Lynn. Mass. Her ailvlco U lie),
and nlwaya helpful. '
obeyctT'out' of sheer surprise, upon"
'Which 'his bout advanced, Indicting
blm with' 8j long whlto forefinger.
Wohld,you. sir." he demanded, "again
Expose this little lady to the machina
tions of that corpulent scoundrel whom
I havo Just' had the pleasure of sboo-
Ling off my premises 'because yon
choose to' resent an old man a rail
lery ?" '
'4 apologize," Klrkwood humored
him. i A
' "I accept the ''apology In the spirit
Ii' which it Is' offered. 'I repeat, now
for the adventure, Philip. If the sto
ps' long. ''epitomize.- We con 'con
alder details more at 'our leisure."
' Klrkwood's eye consulted the girl's
fit'ee:- Almost. Imperceptibly she nod
ded him permission' to proceed,'
"Drlefly, then.'" be began haltingly,
"the man .who followed'Us to the door,
here Is Miss Calendar's father." .
t"Oht Ills nameipleaser'
"aeorgo Burgoyne Calendar."
Aban American! I' remember now.
Continue, please,"' . "
"He Is bounding us.,slr, with the In
tention' of stealing soma proparty,
Khlcb be caused to be stolen w'nlcti
We, to put It bluntly,' stole from, blm,
to which he has no shudow of a title
uud which Unally 'we're endeavoring
to return' to Its owners."
"nut wbyrhnve you not caused his
arrest?" lirentwlck Inquired.
Klrkwood nodded meaningly toward
the girl, lirentwlck-madoa sound lh.
dlcntlhg comprehension, n cllck'of the
.tongue, liehlad closettecth.
f- ".We ciiine to jour door by the merest
accident-It might as well 'have been,
another. I understood yon- were In
.Munich, nnd It never entered my bead
that, we'd Uud you homo." it
"A communication from my solic
itors detained me," explained Brent
wick. "And, now, what' do you 'Intend
to do?" 1
"Trespass as far on your kindness as
you'll permit In, the 'first place, I I
want the use of a few pounds .with
which to cable'some friends -In New
York for money, on receipt of which I
pun rpnnv Itou-'1' i "
"Philip," observed Brentwood, "you
nre u inost'lrrltatiug child. 'But I for
give you tlio faults of youth. You. may
proceed, bearing In mind. If you please,
that. I am your friend equally with
any you, may own In America."
"You're one of the best men In the
world," said Klrkwood. '
"Tut. jut! Will you get'on?"
"Secondly, I -want -yob to-help 'us to
escape Calendar tonight. It Is "neces
sary that Miss Calendar' should go to
Chlltern this evening, wncro sue uas
friends who'wlll receive', and' protect,
"Mm-in," grumbled their hrmt, med
itative. "My faith!" he commented,
with brightening eyes. "It sounds al
most too gtxid to be true! And I've
beeu growing afraid- that Ihe, world
was getting to bo 'u most humdrum
and uninteresting planet. Miss Calen
dar. I iiuiu wldowcrnf so'timny years'
iftamlltig'thai 1 had' nlmost, forgotten
Ihiid ever been' anything lint It bach
elor. I fear' my' house contains' little
that wlll'be of service to A' young lady.
Yet n'rooni H at' your dlsjiosal. The
parlor maid 'uliall show you the way,
And. l'blllp, between you mid me, I
venture to remark that hot' water and,
cold steel Would uilil tollie attractive
ncss.of your, pernonul appearance. My,
valet will ntti'iid you In my room.,
Dinner," concluded Hreutwlck, with'
antlclpatlve relUb, "will lie served iu
precisely thirty minutes, I nhall ex
pect you to entertain me with a full
and Itemized iiccouiit of every plume
of jour iLstoiiHUlug udveuturu. Lntel
c will tlt'it n wm' to Chllfra"
(To Be Continued)
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" ' WAHTED 10 IET
Wanted By a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address 1114, Bulletin office.
Young" man accustomed to general
office work desires a position In
City. Address IS, Bulletin.
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Kukuroda, Hotel St.
Girl far general housework. Apply
4S1 Hotel St; 4384-41
Clean -wiping rngs at tho Dullctln of
fice, i .
Expert dressmaker, would like posi
tion in prtvato family or sewing
by' tbo day. Phone 1770.
Japno ' Prltata' Cooking Sclioolf
iVA.ak.lll..'' J'tl-.ilJ, ...hktlj' '(lt
rUUIIICB Ur lUUlVH elUJpilOU wnu
cooVs O. M.'"MaUle, 1467 Auld
I.nno. Phone 1664.
In the. Aquarium, -Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white, ivory carved
buckle. .Reward 'at. B u 14 e 1 1 n
office. ' 43G9-tf
A-'hand-painted mlnlaturo breast pin,
near corner of 'Berotanla and Pllkol
streets. Return to this offlce.
On Tuesday; black leather memoran
dum book; name E. II. Thompson
Inside. 'Reward at Dullctln-offlce.
A book bn'Klnglstreet. ' Owner can
have by applying to Raymond C.
Brown and paying for thls'.ad.
'. "' . . 437C-tf
A lady's belt, Owner can have the
samo by proving , property and
paying for this ad. 4381-tf
4 t ( y r J, J,
Means yon can get us. by that tele
phone, number. . .
J. A.R. Vieira
Jewelen and Watchmakers.
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Chas. R. Frazier
JrTione 37L ' 182 King Bt
- " 5-tiBHX, qicfA t
M. A. aGrTini1b fc Co.
FORT AND mb; STREETS.
l,cyy:s .fpr .groceries
Latest style's sold at cost
Fort & Beretanla Sts., Harrison Blk.
Received ex .Alameda a New Ship
meat pf;Latcst. Styles, in
C.Q. YEE H0P& CO.
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8HTPPERS and FAMILY
3UTQHERS'' i '
The. Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
theVfews'oJ the day. . ,
K. of P. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street, and Garden lane; close
to business; no yard to keep up;,
no car fare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McCbesney,
16 Merchant street. 4319-tf
At' the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
Desirable mosqulto-proof rooms nnd
board for gentlemen, "Tho Mac
donald" New Bungalow, Puna
liou Street. 4380-tt
Furnished rottngc; also cool, mosqulto-proof
rooms. 236 King St.,
between Alakca nnd Richard.
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. V.I).
Wlckc, 1245 Beretanla Ave.
Clean furnished room; -tl:C0 week.
Front rooms $2. 1281 Fort'8t.
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like
like St., near Campbell Lane."
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
few first mortgages on rent estate;'
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; 'n , sums frpm
1100 upward. P. E. Strauch, At-
Bldg.. 74 8.
It. C. Smith Typewriters.. Repairing
' on typewriters, mechanical and
electrical goods. C, W. Macfar-
, lane & Co. Maeonlc Temple.
Phone '145. , 43E6-tt
A good second-hand Columbia chaln
less bike; can be seen nt the store
ot. Yoshlkawa, King St., near
Choice collection ot
3;000). - Address
Furniture of smnll cottage 'for Rale
cheap. Address A. M this offlce.
Second-hand surry for -sale:
WaterhouRe Trust Co.
Tjib means O.K. and appBestS
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By the way, we've omethlrj
new in this line a distinct tor
provement the best -an
cheapest You1! eree vvHh us .
when you seeK. Cs. write Or
"telephone, and we're at .your'
Office Supply Co.,
.BoitonrJaked(Beaiii. , 1
Boston Rrown, Bread. u ;
, leave orders a day ahead.,. '
28 loaves of, bread for $1.00.
i;29.Fori.St. Fhona 197.
m r' - m
m. A. MrARP.
Business. Suits for $20. ' '
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS 1
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