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BENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TV 1L, SATURDAY, SKPT. 11, 1909
, EMPLOTHENT AGENCY.
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and I'auahl Sti. Call up
phone 07 "If you want a cook,
' good boy or servants)
M. Ueda, Japanese Employment Of
fice. Alapal St., near Uerotanlo.
Otto On,, Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 153. 1420
Victoria 8t.' 4321-lm
Dalienberjr ft Farrar, Architect!. 62-
63 Alexander Young Uulldlni.
Hiank. boots ut all torts, ledger, I
etc., manufactured by the Dulietlo !
Vn' llnhtna Oomoaa.
' OUTWARD. '
' for Walanae, Walalua, Kahoku and
Way BtaUons 9:16 a. m., 1:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and WW
Btstlons f7:J0 a. m., :15 a.' m.,
11:06 a. m., 2:16 p. m 320 p. m.,
5:16, p. m., tt:30 p. m., tll'.OO p. m.
' For Wahlawa : 16 a. m. and
l:ll p. a.
Arrive Honolulu from Katmka,
Walalua and Walanae S:36 a. m..
,.6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City 17:46 a.' m., 8:3t
a. m., 10:88 a. m., 1:4Q p. m 4:3)
p m., 6:31 p. m., 7:80 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
1:81 a,' m. and 6:41 p. nt
t Ex Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a iwo-boui
train (only first-class tickets hon
on-d), leaves Honolulu every Snnda)
at 8'22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops onto at Pearl City and'WalauH
a P DBNIRON r.O.'flMITH
Chas. R. Fraarier
hone 371. 122 King St
manufactured from pure distilled wa'
ter. Delivered to any part or city
OAHG ICE AND tLFCTIIC CO..
jtawalo. Telephone 628.
'At All Watchdealerj.
Agent for Hawaiian Island.
Cor. FORT and XING St.,.Hoiwl.
DeJiTered to residence
and oflcet at 28o per
hundred in 10-lb. lota
133 Merchant St
OF, ALL KINDS. ,
- DIALERS IN LUMBER.
' t ALLEN & ROBINSON,
lueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu
M. Pnllllps & Co.
Wholesale importer and Jobber
AMERICAN ORV QOOO
i FORT and OUIC.N 8T8.
, , i
Bamboo Furniture Mad to Ordar.
Pioture Framing a Specialty.
06 8. BEBETANIA II.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcription made to order.' Boiler wrk
and R1V1TED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a i penalty, rarncuuw av
lention paid JOB WORK, and re
tin executed at shortest notioe.
Com'r. of Deeds for California -ud
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts.- 79 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
Bulletin Bnsinest Office Phone 288
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 189
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 1462 Emma. 4408-lm
We v make a .specialty of repairing
ALL makes of typewriters, cmu
registers and adding machines.
' Our repair department Is the only
fully equipped one In the Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Lad., Agents for the
Remington Typewriter Co.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wlr Bed
Co., l50 Alapal Bt Telephone
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Bmlth St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Beautiful piecea at very low prioet.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
'First-class reiidenee property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
itreeti. Building in fint-elaii or
der and connected with arteiian wa
ter. Electric U"ht and gat. Alto
Xapiolani Park 'ott and improved
property at Hauula and other urop
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarket
DRY GOODS AMD FUEXDHQXQ
GOODS of EVERT DE
SCRIPTION Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald Bldg.
New Picture Hats
They're (imply swell at
Second Floor Boston Bldg.
"The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIQAM.
W. C. BERUIH, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DBIIII
The most popular
plaoe in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
Jack 8cnlly. Jack Robert
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
we have for sale Back Set Kanaka,
site 4 to 9 ft.: Dridge ft Beach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Droller, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Phone 211. EMMLUTH
ft CO.. LTD., 146 King St.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Qive it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO. H. DAVLES & CO., AGENTS.
I HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
CORRECT CARDS AND NOTE
PAPER FOR AUTUMN BRIDES
Ecn ft quiet wedding keeps the
brldo busy. For, though she need
not visit the shops to buy a trous-
Beau, orders must be given at the
stationer's for announcement and
visiting cards, and the selection of
these Is not a quick or easy task.
According to piejent custom, there
Is not only the Individual card of
the newly wed woman, but another
plate Is inquired. It must be en
graved with "Mr. and Mrs." On
both umls the names should bo wi It
ten in full. Her cauls may not read
"Mrs. J. 11. Ill own," or oven "Mis.
Jnmes U, Hi own," but they must be
"Mn. James Ueucli lliown." An ad
dress Is ulso necessary, and the at
homo day. If one has been chosen
for the season.
Of the lettorlng used, block and
old English, uie preferred Just now,
old English helng- considered smart
er than block. It also happens to
be mora expensive a fact, thnt per
haps has something to do with Its
not being common, lllock Is pietty,
und there need be no hesitation In
choodlng It when economy Is an ob
ject. Sizes of Cardi.
The caul with the names of Mr.
and Mrs. are a slto larger than the
tingle kind. Theso have no day on
graved on them. The' bride or her
family pays for this work, the same
as for the Invitations.
Uesldes her caids, the bride' should
have, some stationery, stamped with
cither monogram or address. In
deed both are so generally used that
to omit from note and writing pa
per Is decidedly 'noticeable.
Fortunately for her who must
count the cost such work Is not ex
pensive, for Borne dies which give
excellent results can be bought for
2. If the bride is to live In the
country tho name of the town should
bo put benea.h the street address, if
tho placo I large enough to require
If the monogram Is also used It
should go at the left comer of the
paper. According to the newest
Torm, the, addiess Is not placed In
the centre, but ,nt the other edge,
tho lower line, of, the address being
run out so it. comes a little beyond
Letter paper may be stamped with
a color, which ,1s less expensive than
gold or sllver,tbut on the basis that
notes are formal .the. smaller paper
must have the most elaborate dies.
Which should 'be In white, gold or
sliver. Envelopes are not stamped.
IIOSANNA SCHUYLER, N. Y.
Jellied mutton broth Cold broth,
Jellied, Is' just ps nourishing as the
same broth hot, and Is usually more
tempting on a scorching August day.
Mnke the broth from two pounds of
mutton soup meat simmered slowly
for Ave or six hoars. Add water
when necessary, but at the end of
this time havo only about a quart
of broth. Season It with salt and
pepper, strain and pour Into cups
or Individual molds. When set, turn
tho Jelly on pretty plates, with a
spray of mint or parsley Just for
looks by the side of each mold, and
serve with small sandwiches of whole
wheat bread and butter.
Hlrd's nest eggs Whip the white
of tho egg stiff and pile It In the
shape of a nest on a thin slice of
whole wheat or graham bread toasC
moistened Iwth a little milk and but
tered on the under side. Drop the
unbroken yolk Into the nest, place
the whole" on a small plate and
brown In a moderate oven.
Egg baskets Cut a slice of bread
about two Inches thick for each egg.
Carefully scoop out a recess In the
middle of the slice big enough to
hold an egg and round the edges of
tho slice so that It looks like a bask
et. Dry the baskets In a slow oven
until they are crisp and brown. Then
In each put a little butter, a tea
spoonful of milk, Bait, popper and
an egg. Put the baskets In the oven
and leave them there until the eggs
Tho skin Is a sufferer in Bummer
from many causes besides the hot
sun. One of tho chief sources of
discomfort Is dust. This Is partlcu-
llarly bad If one must live In the city
land go back and 'forth to business
1 In open street cars. Do not attempt
1o remove this dust with cold water.
Carry In your 'bag a small tube or
cleansing cream or a phial of roio wa
ter and glycerin mixed. Wipe off
the face with either of theso cleans
ers as soon as you como Indoors. In
tills way. the pores are not given time
to become clogged. If )ou feel wnter
to be indlspensablo mop tho face
with lint wntftr nuttier n iiiirartnntiH
Ing soap. If your skin can stand It
n glycerin soap Is a good dust re -
To Iron collars and cuffs that lmc
been dipped In raw starch is not an
easy task,, but ,by following certain
rules known to be helpful, and with
constant prnctlve, a Btatc bordering
on perfection can bo leached.
Dolled starch will glvo satisfac
tion If properly made and garments
so stiffened will be much easier tn
lion than those dry starched. ' ,
Anyway, It would do not harm for
amateurs to expeilnicnt first with
the bulled starch, ubIiik theory after
to gain expel lento.
The pioportlons for a stnich suffi
ciently stiff for collars, cuffs and
shirt boboms should be two table
spoonfuls of stnich with a wfni'glaiss
ful of told 'water. Add, stirring
briskly all the time, half a pint or
boiling water. Turn Into a double
boiler and cook for fifteen minutes.
Add one quarter teaspoon fill of borax
and a little fat of some kind.
This mny bo butter, lnrd or the
end of a tallow candle, mixed Into
the starch for a few seconds.
Sureestions for Ironing Shirts.
The shirt to bo Ironed should first
be thoroughly dried. Then those
paits to be starched must bo wrung
out of lukewarm clear water and put
at once into the thick, hot starch.
Squeeze out nnd rub between tho
hands as though washing tho part,
clapping also between the hands.
Then wring through a clean cloth
tn make dry, roll tightly and leave
for nn hour, when tliu article will bo
ready to Iron.
Tho Irons must be hot and scrup
ulously clean. It Is not enough to
I clean the bottoms thoroughly, but
the sides also, oi tho result will be
Mnears and probably the Iron will
stick to the pnit that Is being Ironed.
After unrolling tho stilt t place, the
cuffs In a position for Ironing nnd
go over themwlth n dry cloth, rub
bing. Lay the wiong side up and
ocr with a strip of cheese cloth,
then press with u hot Iron. Turn on
ihe rlsht side and do tho same. Con
tlnue until the, cuffs nro almost dry,
then remove the cheose cloth ami
Iron (thoioughly) dry. "
Any thick starch left over may bo
diluted with water und used tor
starching In the, general way.
About Making Raw Starch.
To make raw Btaich, use two
tablespoonfulslotistarch' to n teacup
ful of cold watefi-4 The portion to be
starched must he dry.
Olp Into the starch, squeeze and
rub between the hands to work the
ttarch thoroughly into the fabric.
Helng cold, It' does not enter as
quickly as the hot starch.
Thus starched, a garment must bo
rolled and laid away for two hours.
Then opon It and' lay on the board,
rub to remove any articles of dry
starch, for these tiny atoms are what
makes tho Irons, stick and creates
what are known as "black," a word
that describes them perfectly. Lay
a dry cloth between the fabric anil
tho Iron at first. When tho piece Is
dry the cloth may be removed and
Ihe article Ironed until dry.
A polish should be given with Jhe
Iron thnt comes for such a purpose.
Some women use the pollxhtng lion
on collurs and cuffs only as far as
the row of stitching, leaving the ex
treme edge unpolished, claiming that
this gives the now effect.
A little borax added to dry starch
will give it a little glMs.
KL17.AI1KTH LEE, N. Y. Evening
When you buy shoes, look at the
leather Just us much as the st)le.
Leather dies; that Is, It loses IU
elasticity and brilliancy It kept even
n year. Possibly you have d pair
of shoes you have kept nicely for
over a year, yet they appear to be
old. It Is because the leather Is dead.
Such shoes wear as well as ulmost
any kind, but they do not look new.
Just now dealer are selling strapped
shoes. When )ou get n pair' they
must fit very snugly at the sldeB;
if they do not, as soon as, they
stretch you will notice (hoy nnon nt
the sides and look unattractlvo on
Ihe foot. A shoe that straps must
be a trlflo narrow, hot too much so
for comfort, but enough to hold the
Bides firmly to (he foot, for there Is
only ono strap, and It Is over tho
bend of the Instep and will not hold
tho gaping Bides together.
THINGS YOU MUSNT SAY.
Don't use the letter "I" too often.
Don't talk about jour own achlevo
nientB. Don't monopolise the con
versation, however witty and Inter
estlng you may bo,
Don't bo rude nnd cnll It being
cnmlld. Hut ut tho same time be
frillllc. Ilnn't wrliFirln llnnin Plint. I
' Bulletin Business Office Phone 256,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
For eating-, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
. t l
lUjMrtnl I'. 1". I'.'.hl Olffet
Hrcafcfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
linker's Chocolnto (unsweet
ened), l-'J lb. cakes i
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb, cakes
For Salt by Leading Oroccra In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHBSTEH, MASS, U.S.A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
f Kncli Cop- S:
Urn nmrBiry 1
Jltttnrt rrmmtetf ftti i
i.i. linruiitMTH 1
WING ON CHONG
Mattress and Furniture Makers.
Picture Frames made to order and
a large variety of stock on hand.
Bethel St., opp. Empire Theater.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Herald Pure Rye and
Thoo. F. McTighe & Co.,
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 10 P 0 B07
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m,, 3-6 p. m.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. Sec his curios.
M. A. Gunst 6c Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: 'Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 911
Expert work at moderate nrices.
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bids.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
sent of Latest Styles In
1028 NUUANU ST
F. THOMAS DYEING WORKS
San Francisco, '
The French Laundry. Phon? 1491.
U Jtlf U for utmttnrel
lirtutiuiia' or ulcorittloni
ut MUeouft siiorubrtDf
Pftinleav, li(t Dot ulrlo
(tDt or poUououa.
HL by DruriUU,
ClrcjUr tiui vu iuW
fl "1 CWN
t'l i.mikiiini iv
flVW 0wf3tx4 I
sj M fwveal 04.Ltl.
Ki.t.i.. Pu.ui. IM
inn,., w.i.'n iw.
A inurkur und dlxtrllnitor Tor lnun- Ueslrablo inotqullo-proof rooms nnd
iliy; good iioiltlon for right party. board for gtiitlcinoii. "Tho M.ic
Applj to MUinid II. Trent, "J1U donnlil" New lluugalow, I'unn-
. l'oit St. 4IOU-4t huu Strut. 4:iou-lt
Wnuted Hoy to run messages and
useful about store. Co) no Kurul
tuie Co. 4110-tt
A loan of (2,000 on gllt-cdgcd rcnl
estate security. Address ISIS,
llullctln. 4 101-tf
An experlenied Imly h.it trimmer.
Addictts K, I'llkuroda, Hotel .St,
Clean wiping rugs at thu Uiillottn of
fice. S1IUAT10N WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School-
Families or hotels supplied with
rooks. C. M. Mutile, 14C7 Auld
Lune. Phone 1GC4.
Hotwoen Hcthel St. and Wnlklkl on
King St. or Knlakaua Ate, black
bag .with Initial IC, containing
Jewelry. Iteliirn to this tifllec.
Hitltnlilo i aid. 441U-L't
In the Aquarium, Saturday, n while
linen belt, with white Ivory carted
buckle. Howard at II u I I e t I n
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice is hereby given that u new
Dltettory of Subcrlbers of Ihe Mu
tual Telephone Co., Ltd., will shoit-
ly be published,
All subscribers desiring any
(hiingo of mono or uddtchs aio earn
estly requested to leave Instruction
ill writing, ut the olMce of thu Coni'
pany, coiner of Alaken and Mer
chant Sts on or before Wednesday,
Sept. intli, 11)09, after which date
no changes will bo mado tor thu new
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.. LTD.
Honolulu, Sent. 1, 1909.
The annual meeting of tho Wal
nlha Hul Land will be hold at 10
o'clock a. m. Sept. 30, 1909, at Wal
niha, Hanalel, Kauai.
JAMES K. LOTA,, President.
An) one having unpaid bills
against the Hoard of Commissioners
for Hawaii of thu Alaskn-Yukon-I'a-rifle
Exposition, Incurred by their
indcr, will please piesonC Iho snma
to tho secretary, Mr. II. P. Wood, at
the roams of then Hawaii Promotion
Committee on or before September
10th, 1909. 440G-KI
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
FkM)M U. ."
Union Elootric Co.,
Beretania St., near Fort St. '
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania St., Opp, Sachs'.
Kiirulshcd Home IS roums; nt
Wnlklkl; 130 u month. Apply C.
It. ltoe, Heri'tnula and Illcluinl.
Largo furnHhfil rooms for ladies,
with oi without binrd. Mrs. I l.
Wlcke, 1215 llciel.inla Ave.
Tivu fiirnNlrl riHHur Apply Mi
U M. Colin., I. I2Z.1 r.iiuiiii Hi.
I in ii'ilit'il cult To and liniisi'l.ceiiliiR
looms. Iiiqiil.u Coilngu (lii.ve.
, THEATIti: roll SALE. In the cen
ter of Iho city, will, comfortable
eh ilrs and tompleto moving plcliini
outfit. Will scat over SOU ptoplo.
A baigalu. The Kliet will arrive In
two weeks nnd this Is on excellent
opportunity to ninku u harvest. In
quire Ileal Estuto Exchange, !:' S.
A fow first mortgages on real estate;
12 per rent net; money Invested
on Ini oinu bearing properly;-nli-solute
secuilty; In sums from
$100 upward. P. K. Slrnifh. At-lorney-iit-law,
Walty llldg., 71 S.
King St. 438f-tf
Terns Australian nnd other varie
ties; also lugi, baskets, bcgmihm
nnd stcphtiotls plants. I'nr p.n
tlciilats cull on Miss Jnhnsoii4l'url
street, near Vienna Ilil.ery
Six II. P. Locomobile onglno, with
fittings for launch; cheip. 1'or
pal titulars npply 1CC9 Heach
Phiieton nnd hirncps, $".; In goo I
condition. Address C. Ilulletl i
FOR SALE KAIMUKI BISTKICX.
Almost new house, 4 rooms, bath,
lot 50x116-8 feet imoroved. a riret-
ty home, fine view ocean and city,
near sixth avenue, rnce 51,200.
Another, and this one is just what
you are looking for. A real bar
gain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 60x232 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 fit office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE-CO
F. B. Munroe- Mgr.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERET ANIA AVE., neai EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Boston BakvU Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairdressing trade.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Harrison Block. ''
Bicycle shop nnd gencrnl rcpairini:
work. Specialty in rlicklc, silver
and pold nlatcil work.
KINO, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
gratia ' !
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