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EVENING nUU-ETFN; HONOLULU, T. II., FIUDAY, AUGUST 27,, l?09ffi&lft .SjfSjT..
In , weeics. Aim lbs
;i8, .U oung ll.lg,
e Employment Association,
mil nnd rnii.iiu sis. uail up
I 097 If you want a cook,
lio) or rervants.
jcrR & Tairar, Architects, 02
Alexander Yuune llulldlne.
)ss Carpenter, Jobber nnd
motor, rhoiie 103. 1420
una St. 4321-im
Jig KeePlumber and Tinsmith, i
mi wc oei in cei nnu I'nuani i
Wnlanim, vvui.iiu.i, Kohuku and
tallons '9-15 a in., 3:20 p in
I'carl City. la Mill and Way
is t7:3n . i:i, iitlii a. in..
a. m., 2 15 p. ni.. '320 p. in ,
p. in., 19.. in p. in., tll:oo i.
Wnhlnwa 9:15 a. in. and
Wo Honolulu from Kahukn,
ii i and valanao '8:30 a. lu
he In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
ll'earl City XI 10 a. m., '8:30
10-38 a. in, M:I0 p. in., 4:3I
5:3t p. ni. 7:30 p. m.
Ivh llnuolulu from Wnhtawa
a. in mid 5:.tl p. n.
f IIjIpIwi 1 Inltcd, n iwnhu'i
(only MiHt-c.asn tickets hoc
lo.iefi Itoiiotulii nvcry Sundj
22 a m rotiirnlng nrrlvi-F Ii
X 'ulu nl 10:10 p. ei. Tho I.luiltcd
II on'.) .it Pnrl City and Wnlauae
V 11KNIPON V. C. flMITH.
V. Encore Saloon
x drink at the new place and
MIKE VATT0II serve you.
OR. HOTEL and;iUlJANU.
f'turd fro'ri pure distilled wa
Scllverad to any part of city b
jl) ICE AND ELECTRIC CO..
alio. Telephone 62a
Delivered to residence)
nnd oQiccs at 25o pel
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHArVT,
133 Merchant St
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBEB.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
hen Street :: :: :: Honolulu
ft. Pnil!ips& Co.
Mrioleiale Importers and Jobber!
AMERICAN DHY GOODS.
FORT acid OVtCA bTS,
l-mboo Furniture Made to Order.
nirr rramitiK a Specialty.
GG3 S. BEHETANIA 6T.
: XPIIONE 497.
ONOLULU IRON WORKS
f-unioved and Modern SUGAR SiA-
e INERY of every capacity and de
al ntion made to order. Boiler wri
1 RIVITEI) PIPES for irriptionJ
poses a specialty. Particulh.' at
Hon paid to JOB WORK, and re
ft.rs execitcd at shortest notice.
P. H. BURNETTE
'oin'r. of Deeds for California -..J
v York: NOTARY PUBLIC;
nt Mnrrini( Licenses! Draws
, TV--J- IJItl- .f Cnn I
I lrUgC, UCCU3, i;iJ19 Ul u.iib
.cs. Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
net Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
)!I0LULU: PH0HE 310.
i, - "r-TTjnf vrA!T7nr3.'Tsaa.-C!r"
Stein way S;
AND OTHKH PIANOS.
THAYErt PIANO CO
15 HOT15L BTIIKlsT.
Wcv,'?akc , 'P"ialty of repairini.
ALL 11!lKc, of tjppwrlters, cnsii
,CKtiT,i ntm adding machine,).
Our repair deiuitmcnt Is tho only
fully equipped one In tho Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Ofllce
Supply Co., I.ail . Agents for tho
llemliiglun Tjpewilter Co.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tbe Factory Honolulu Wlro Bed
Co., 12B0 Alap.il St. Telephone
Piano taught In G months, $3 month
(S lessons) Special attention adult
i,.,ri,,.,r. T,nni,.r 11..11.11.. ...
"- "' VVIIt, 4,11,1 Villi --llVl'. , .,
The Industrial Edition ot the
'Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
1 1 p olltfr
Beautiful pieces nt very low prices.
Jewelers nnd Silversmiths.
107 MERCHANT STREET.
Fir3t-clas3 residence property, sit.
tatcd at Pawaa on Kiui; and Young
ttrcets. Ettildiut; in first-class or
Icr nnd connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lHit and cas. Also
Xnpiolani Tarlc 'ots and improved
nopcity at Hauala nnd other prop
Kinj; Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
.RY O00DS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Tei ritorial Board of
Office 403 Stanccwald Bide
t'lie Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours,
VINES, L1UU0KS, AND CIGARS.
W. C. ilLRtilN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKI
I'lic most ponuiar
placf tn town.
The fashion Saloon
ilutej it. near Fort,
tck Scullv ivck Roberts
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
KV Berctania St.
Ladies' and louts' clothes and
.loves tlrancil. Contracts $1.50 per
iiouth, loat suits. Dyeinic and dry
deriiuiiK, Telephone 406.
Wo havH lor sale Hack Set Ilangea,
hle 4 to 9 ft.; Ilrhlgo & lleach
"Supetlor Stoves;" Quick Meal
and P'Mfection oil stoves; Farm-i-i's
HioKcrs, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD.. 145 King St.
The Industrial Editio.. of the
Even in k Bulletin) wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
I e t i n ofllce,
The titcct or Room
T.V ttic summer moiitlia particularly It
l necessary to llvo In aitiiply fitted
room th.it do lint tire thn iitlnil mill
e)o with 'Inharmonious furnishing.
For nervous people this In truu all the
Women on Ilia vcrgo of Insanity
Vnvo licon taken nwny from complex
sinrouiidlngs mid nursed quickly back
lo health In rooms Hint contained jil.iln
wall paper of a quiet tone, no brlo-a-time
nril little, If nny, furniture that
uiiii not absolutely necessary. Small
objects scattered around the room liae
a depressing cITect on tho hlghlv
strung vvoimn Bhe feel as It she
wire s'UTociited or snowed under by
tliom. They oblige lier tired liraln to
taku nnlliu over nnd over nguln with-1
out a rent. I-nrgo spaces of iioft color I
on tlio oilier hand, nro restful. You I
run prove tills by looking away from,
tho crowded Ktrrct Into the Hoft hlucj
sky or tho hasy dlstanco which I on!
far away that It becomes a blue with-!
I'ur thin name reason n room with a
loud wnll nnticr lir an nbomlunllnti
which does a great deal mero harm to
"r nerves een than It docs to our
good tarte. r.l.trlng geometrical nnd
, . . . ,. . .
HUItll ',,,',, ,.ll ,11,,'l'tn out,,,,., ,,im
lio avoided and chairs nnd tables that
hao crudely carved or angular out
lines. A room furnished In curves, with a
currd telling, gently nr"hcd doorways
and tables and chairs nicely rounded,
Is mint restful.
Complex hangings nro another bad
choice for many rt.tsoiF. l'laln colored
drapcrUs that hnn;.' itrnlght In tlinplo
tolds nro beiff. Tho colors nnd the
materials call ho depended on to ghc
Piirlug tin warm wentber everything
' t MiBi-oHt wnrinth should bo put
iuy. fi .hi I rnvy curtnlns to red
iihloiis, nnd cretonnn In cool shades
.oulil be used to cmer everything as
uch as possible. '
The Latest Remedy
For Large Hips
hips Is still the edict, and fat
luilles who must conform or g
out of fashion nro vv luring the hip
corset here lllusirnted. It Is made of
the hi av lest rubber, with straps nnd
buckles of leather to draw It III ns de
sired This, as may be Imagined, pro
duces a marked change In a short
time, but not altogether by the pain
Declares That Voices in Sewer Were
Work of Conspirators of an Or
ganized Band Doctors Upon
The Inxnnlty Cnminisnlon held IU
first meeting yesterday nflernoon lo
rimsliler tho npi.cul from thet Dlstilcl
Court nf Ur. John Atcherley, "charged
with being an Insanu perhim." Tho
proceedlugs began nt 4:30 and al
though it night session was held, last
ing until 10 o'clock, Atchcrley's hear
ing was pot concluded and will he ic-
Miiricd nt I o'clock this afternoon when
City and County Attorney Cnthcatt
will have some ninio wlluessen to place
imi thn sttind who will glvo as their
opinion that Ur, Atrhoiley, at large,
voutil hu a' meiincu to tho peace and
quiet of tho community,
'lliu three Insanity commissioners,
l)r Judd, Dr. Mooio nnd former Judgo
l.tudbny, wero present, thelntter iire-
biding. In toply to a question frtim
" "P. , t?f' I
. -.. Jo-"''. ,i
TVT I hips Is still the edict, and fat
uiiiihu i.iiiunti;, , itiviivi le BIUIL'II ' i.. Inked'
that ho would conduct lliu own case.l ,.Yl.b ('1Cv did It They wero prac
Attorney T. Mlluor Harrison appar- ,i-i . 'i,i t ,.. d I snv sn
ently being present In nn advisory nmv H Tlmt BI1I1K ,.,d those demon
cnpaclty istintlons vvlillo practicing In prep.ir.i-
Dr. Collins was tho first witness n r , i,, ,
.i , i... , i i i ...
.iui:i-il till nil, nifiiui mill ill, H'l.o lln
Ills opinion that Dr. Atelieilcy was nn
liiMino porson and should ot bo al
lowed to go at largo. Under cioss ox
cmlmitlon by Atclierley Ur, Collins
was asked to givu an expert opinion
ou whether It was common for people reCelvo nt their residence, I'liu.thou. mi
(A play piactlcal Jokeu by going Into .. . ,... nf TllU81iv ,8t ;n
tho soweiH nml "making noises," but'1"0 "r"r ",0" nr T"wm A,""u '"
Ur Collins evaded tho Issuo hy stnt- from to"f ,mtl1 Blx o'eloc.:, in honor
lnir that much would depend uiion Mm ' tlio visiting members of Coiuiess
ti ,r ibo ki.wiir. Aicherlov nv,.,i
him In dUTeicnllato between an Insane
delusion ami a ilcliibloii,
A Ghostly Defense,
lu explnnitlnu of thn nrtlclo writ
ten hy himself and published In tho
Ailu-itlhor, Altherley piodureil a copy
uf that p.H'cr In December last, con-
ble Cart Beat
The Boys at Baseball
Xkv Art ' . 4sHB
xiPk iu.- TBPt
iv . wi i 'Wt'm'ff' i2
, v&$- '
$& ? ' V
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t w-- --tdPl '
'pillUTnUN-Yl-'AH-OLU atella l'ltko Is certainly tho cliampfon girl base.
bill plner In New York illy She can outplay any boy of her ngo anf
, omo older ones. Stella has no uko for girls. They can't even throw a lial
' straight, she says. Bho Is tho regul.ir third baseman of n boys' tenm and sub
slltutes for overythlng else as well. Thcro Is a renson for her prollclency
Her father, Frank Flake, was n famous bull player In 187G-7, when llurtfon
was la the National league,, utid ho himself coached his small daughter. .
BOOSTERS REPORT MINISTER FORGETS
O. I Hush and II. II. Ticnt for tho
Meicli'.uiU' Association nnd W. A. Haw-
t.tt it, 1. 1 W II llmiru fniHtl,.. flliMMilt,.,.!
or Commerce.' were reappointed from '"'l'ulillc of Hawaii Is In existence,
their respe'Ctlvei urganizalli ax as niciii- has IhsuciI a proclamation nppriiv
hois of tho Promotion Committee. At Ing the emigration of Portuguese
the meeting of tho comniltteo yeater- from the, Azores to Hawaii. Owing
day nflernoon Secietno Wocid's reportit,, ,,, )ac. ,)f kn0wedge of the In-
wun man, iiiu te-iior 01 u ueiiiri lliu
prnapi-ctH for a highly Increased nil
vent of tourUts for tho coming 5 car.
Mr, Wood luu le-celved a letter from
a Hawaii linu'lvr In Switzerland giving
the naiiius of many prominent Hiiro
peaiis who might decldo to visit Ha
waii. Mtp. Hi'ndlcp in Iis Angeles,
reports great rurcers and outlines a
new series of lectures. Mrs. C. II.
Hamlin In Santa Ilarbar.i writes for
literature and stiles that hlio expects
to bring several pit ties to Hawaii year
tnlnlng nn account of ghostly happen.
Ings In a house on Punchbowl. Atch
erley wanted to know- if the straugo
things that occurred on Punchbowl
could not occur in his house with equal
luotublllty and that, as a consequence,
the nttlcie l:i the Advertiser should
not bo considered evidence of l:mn
Dr. Sinclair followed Dr. Collins on
the stand nnd ho aUo cxprcst.o.1 tho
opinion that the physician was tho vic
tim of an Iniano delusion that Im wis
being persecuted, for that reason lin
ing dangerous to those whom hu run
tldered nro hostile to his Intel ostn.
Tho probability of people, making
noises In tho sewer was also brought
before Dr. Sinclair's altentlon by Ilri
Atcherley, hut Dr. Sinclair declined
that tho matter of sewer construction
and the piohablllty or a practical Jok
er.oven of Doylo varloty. fiequenllng a
newer vvas something that required an
Dr. Muckall vvas called at tho even
ing l-pbfIoii nnd ho was cross examined
for nn hour hy Dr. Atcherlev Durl-x
lliu courso of tho examination of Dr.
Mackall. City nnd County Attorney
Cntlicnrt again referred to Atchcrley's
article In the Advertiser and pioeeed-e-d
to read a portion of It. Dining tho
leading of tho paragraphs relenlug to
I ho work of tho "gang" on Punchbowl.
became excited and
Tho Governor and -Mrs. Fie-ir will
' and their vlves. A cordial Invllallon
!, .. ...
to tho p-ibllc Is extended It Is lo-
quested thai gentlemen at'i ndln,t will
dices In whlto or business suits.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin otflcf.
Portuguese! Minister to
who still believes that
tcrnntlonal matters, O. Palz, a news
paper published In ono of tho prin
cipal cities, scored him for being Ig
norant of tho fait that the Hopubllo
of Hawaii had become a part ot tho
United Stntes In 1S98.
Hkor "Have ou heard tho results
of the tjiir.cli.ill gaino today?"
11) ker "which won lliu homo
team or tho iimplio?"
MAJ. WOLTER TELLS
Visited the Principal States and
Cities Only One Kick About
Barbers' Hours Admires the
School System of Drill.
"Well, no, 1 did not chaso up things
In tho sporting line much while in Ana
ti.illn," remarked Major B, II. Wolter
H'Ltunhi) to a 11 u 1 1 u 1 1 n reporter,
"ou sou I w-iiH ttavelling nroimd most
of tho tlmo looking Into the way
thlngs wc:o run In the commonwealth,
and illil not have much opportunity to
follow up tho games.
"However, I saw tho Columbia hoys
who are visiting Australia and these
flnn )oung fellows created a very fav
orahlu Impiessloii wllh tho anllpode
nns. "The hoys fiom San Krnnclrcu liavo
pin) ei! ii number of bnsohall games,
mill uIhi have tried their liaiids at foot
bull, The-y glvo exhibitions of drill
exeicise too, and havu In every way
Hindu a big lilt In Australia.
In answer to a question ns to tho
general statu of things In tho common
wealth tho Major stated: "I visited
S)dney, Melboiirno and Ilrlsbane, nnd
iiuulo side flips Into tho country from
each city, Tlio 111 roe cnpltals am, of
i.oiiru, due tiptiHluto cllles, hut In
Komo wayu tho labor party In isilltlcs
havu imiilo a moss of things.
"Why," continued tho Major, "on
Wednesday aftei noons a man cannot
get a' shave. All the barber shops
closo ou that day at poon, nnd If a
man only shaven every second day
uiiil misses Wednesday morning ho
has to pack a heard aioiuid from Mon
day till Thursday."
Tlio Major ovldently does not bellcvo
In the eight-hour law as worked In
Australia, but tlio people who do the
haua liana thero do and If tho labor
p-trty hnvo douo boiiio rotten thing.)
in other ways, Ihey, at least, deserve
cii'illt for reducing tlio hours of labor
from 11 to 1G hours, as they used tu
W A N T S l I
WANTED TO LET J
house, thrco hcilroOnis, small family, '
adults. Address with particulars,
C. J. II . care llulletln. J39S-CI
Wanted Dy a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address 1114, 11 u I 1 o 1 1 n uRIce.
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Pukurodn, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at the llulletln of
li olllce buy.
Address A, this office.
Japanese Private Cooking School
ramlllcs or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 14S7 Auld
I.anc. Phone ISO I,
Position as lineman of ranch; have
had lots of practical experience, in
States. Address 411, llulletln.
WANTED TO BUY.
Wanted to lluy A eottagu within
walking distance of town. Would
pay ll.r.OO.Ou cash. No agents.
Address II. II., this (imce. I39G-U
Saturday, Aug. 21, between town
mid Walklkl, u gold purse con
taining some twenty dollars. He-
ward paid to finder. Itetiirn tu
Mclnerny Shoe Store. 439S-3t
Strayed or stolen from vicinity of
Thomns Square, small while ter
rier puppy, with sore on left car.
Ileturn to this olllce and receive
Klgln watch; silver case; leather
fob; Hawaiian cot of arms; Satur
day last. Itcturn tu this offlco and
receive reward. 4390-3t
In tho Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle. Howard nt II u 1 1 e 1 1 n
office. . 43S9-tf
Pass hook No. 1931. Tho First
American Savings & Trust Co. of
Hnwnll, Mil. 439C-3t
A lady.'s belt. Owner can have the
same by proving property and
paying for this ad. 43Sl-tf
Levy's for Groceries
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.: P. 0. Box 914.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
Chas. R. Frazier
tfhonejm. 122 King St.
M. At Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
bo lu certain trades, to a decent point.
"Ono thing I must say a word for
and that Is tho excellent system of
freo public schools Hint tho Australian
States have. They are pet feet, and ho
hides tho ordlnaiy education the boys
and girls leeelvu a splendid eourso In
drill and swimming cxerclt.es. It wns
a iiover-lo-bu forgotten sight when
somo twenty thousand school children
went thiough their drill In the pros-
onm nf thn Aiiirtrtmn ftoot In fl .innv.
"Hveryono who was present nt lliu
giound and saw lliu dilll wns delighted
with the show, and tho applause st
.tho flnUli was kept up for a long tiiuo,"
Australia and had a leal good time, ho
Major Wolter spent tlvo months In
made the trip ou the Makura and con-
(.liters her n splendid ho.it.
V BULLETIN ADS PAY -
hy October 1st. furnished . K. of P. cottages. Z story, new, un
Ion street and Garden lane; clot
to business, no ynrd to keep up;
no car fare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McCbesney,
1C Merchant street. 4319-lt
ltoont and hoard In small private
family In every way desirable; a
gentleman preferred. Address II,
II., llulletln olllce. 4390-tt
At tho end of car line on the benrh,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N,"
II u 1 1 o t I n ciClce.
Dcslrnhln mosquito-proof inoins and
hoard for gentlemen. "The Mnc
donnld" New Ilungitow, Punn
liou Street. 4380-tf
rurnlshcd roltagc; also cool, tnns-qulto-ptnof
rooms. 2.10 King St.,
between Alnken and Itlchard.
I.argo furnlshrd rooms for ladles,
with or without hoard. Mrs. V. l.
Wlcke, 121S Dcretnnla Ave,
Clean furnished room: 11.50 week.
Front rooms 12. 1281 Fort St.
4 30 5-1 in
Furnlbhed limito nn Old lleaeh Road.
Addrcts 1,. V., this olllce, 4393-tt
furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
McConnell, 1223 Umtna St.
A THKATRK FOlt 9AI.11, In tho ven
ter of the city, with romfiutahhi
chairs nnd complete moving plcturo
outfit. Will sent over 500 leople.
A bargain. The Fleet will nnlvo In
two weeks and litis Is an excellent
opportunity to make a harvest. In
quire Heal Kstato l-xchange, 82 S.
Ono seven-seated, 7," horse-power
touring car, In flnn condition;
12,500.00. Also ono 41) hCAso
powcr runabout, standard make,
for $1,100. Apply nt Koynl lln
wallan Garage. 4393-lw
A few first mortgages on real estate:
12 per cent nut; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100 upward. P. n. Strauch, At-torncy-at-lavv,
Walty Illdg.. 74 S.,
King St. 4385.lt
Ferns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskots, begonias
and steplinntis plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Ilnkery
Second-hnnd surry for talc.
Watci house Trust Co.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house. 4 rooms, bath.
lot 50x116-8 feet, improved, a pret-
iy uumc, uue view ocean ana city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another, and this one ii just what
you are looking for. A real bar
gain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
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.
F. B. Munroe. Mgr,
848 Kaohumanu St.
Boston Baked Beans,
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 187.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Dr. J. H. Rasrxnond
PHYSICIAN AND SUHQEOW
lo"- with Dr. 0. B. Wood, 186 Bere-
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. ra., 3 to 4
p.m.. 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460