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mENINQ ntlUiBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, SHPT. 18, 1009.
l'p yt ' SS Von
Japanese Employment Association,
.S'uualiu arid l'.iualil Sts. Call up
phono C97 1( you wnnt a cook,
good boy or servants.
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of
lice. Alapul St., neat Kciclunln.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 15(3. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-lm
Nnthnii M. Lewis. Teacher of Piano I
mid O.gnn. 1 162 Umtiia. 4408-lm
For Wnlanae, Waiului, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:1G a. cu.. 3:20 p. ra
For Pearl City, Kwn Mill nnd Way
Blations 17:30 a. in.. 9:15 a. m,
11:05 a. in., 2:15 p. m J20 p. ni
6:15 p. m., 19:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m
For Wahlawa 9: 15 a. ro. and
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kanaka,
Walalua and Walanae 8:36 a. in.
..6:31 p. m.
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Bwa Mill
and Pcnrl City t7:4C a. m., 8!3l
a. m., 10:38 a. m , M:40 p. m., 4.31
p m, r,:3l p. m. 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8;36 a. m. and 'SUl p. ra.
t Rz. Sonday.
t Sundar Only.
The Hnlelwa United, a two-horn
train fnnly first elms tickets nun
orod), leaves Honolulu every Sundae
i.i a ix a in,, returning, arrives lu
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The l.lmllcO
Mops only at Pearl City and Walannr
tl P litCNISON v r. ftMITM
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazit?r
flione 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled w
tar. Delivered to any part of city by
0 ill) ICE AND IHCTRIC CO.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. HovnMn
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pel
hundred in 10-lb. lob
W. O. BARNHART,
. 133 Merchant St v.
Tel. 146. "
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBEB.
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
incen Street .;; :; :: Honolulu
M. PftUlfps & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUFEN ST8.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA 81
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA'
CHINERY of every capacity and de
Kription made to order. Boiler writ
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigAtion
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice. '
P. H. BURNETTE
, Com'r. of Deeds for California d
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Court 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tiie factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal Ht. Telephone
Duiscnberg & Farrar, Architects, 82
(iJ Alexander Young building.
Tee Sing Kee-Plamber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
o..,.,x KHItnrinl Hoom Phot 185.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns are beautiful in every
teszect, and the prices ore within
teach of everyone.
Jewelers nnd Silversmiths.
115 HOtel St'.
D W1D DAVTf N
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa ori Kinir nnd Yonnp
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lHit and cai. Also
Kapiohni Park 'ots and improved
nroncitv at Hanala and other nrnn.
& SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. Young
Building. (Nest Cable Office;)
King Street. Ewa of Fiihmarket.
bRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stancewald Bldg.
New Picture Hats
Tkej're duply swell at
fJeccnd Flocr Boston Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beack."
Meals At All Hburs.
WINES. LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BEHliiN. Proprietor.
LUNCrilb and DRINKS
lite mini' puDUir 1
place inf town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel it afar Fort
ark Smiilv Jack Roberts
We 'haVB lor Bale Hack Set Ranges,
size 4 to 9, ft.; Ilrldge & Beach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
ami Perfection oil stoves; Farm
ei's Ilrollors, Camp and Laundry
stovi-s. Phone 211. EA1MEL.UTH
i &CO.,'L1D.t 146 Kins' St.
V Wf O for uQnttarU
ditch moi. lnflammftlinna-
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HELPS FOR THE HOUSEHOLD
A render who makes her own floor
filler uses old tissue paper 'with thick
No soap on window panes! Hull
them with cither aloohol or ammonia
to make them tihlnc.
The addition of a beaten egg tn
the mashed potatoes used fqr potato
cakes will bo found well worth
A splcpillil eement for chlnn Is
made by mixing plaster of pnrls Into
n thick solution of gum arable and
Stains nnd dlscolorntlons on tin
ware cnu be removed by dipping a
damp cloth In common soda nnd rub
of parchment for Jam;
covers try tlssuo paper dipped In
milk, If prcstcd down neatly It will
rcqulic no string to tic it on.
When making plum butter leave
a few seeds In tho butter. They
r!n'( to the bottom of tho essel and
i uon stirred, present scorching.
If tho tops of young turnips nfa
thoroughly cleaned, they can be used
with tho diced turnips and bo bolted
the samo as cabbage. Thoy make n
Very good dish.
Ilrokcn orris root has more of tho
odor of violets and Is better than tho
powdered varlet). When placed In
bureau drawers It imparts a delicate
finguinco to tho contents, ,
To clean a sponge dlssnlvo a hand-
fill of ball In n pint of water, lu
this Koak and knead tho spongo for
some time, then rlnto It well, ami It I
will be ns clean and sweet as when
Nnw nlinnv nrn nft.Mi ftllTlnitll tn
clean. Try rubbing them over with cake. A cake made with butler calls I1 """""" '"," - B'""o '"iim
n cut lemon, or even with a cut raw fr a lather moilcinlo oven, with tho,'"' "' ,to1"'' ure InlrmlULeil nt the belt,
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potato, letting them dry, and then
blacking them. They will take tho mi" -ike, which should bake slow
polish beautifully. Iy and a long time, so that the) will
to permeated with tho fliwir of tho
A damp room or cupboard may ho 8l'lpcs nnd glow dmk wiyflonc cmi':
di led by keeping In It a Jar contain- '"&; s .
Ing quicklime. The lime will nh- ringed cloths nro often qnltu
sorb tho damp and keep the nlr dry "lined In iippeariiiico at tho lauii
nml pure. It must bo ficquehtly re- ''' They mny be niado to look llko
newed, na It losen Its power. , ,low fur an Indefinite peilod If, when
, r Ibey mo stnrchcil, a little care hn
lfjwhun taking the meat of tho '"'i "ot to gturcli the fringe. Told
lobster out or the shell ou will work enc1' cIU!l 'n four, like a ihandlw
on an cTpcucd newspaper It Is a slm- chief, end then gilher tho fringe
plo mnttcr to pick up tho rofuso of onc,, cl0111 I'll" Hi" haml'anU hold
wlthout'so muchms soiling, the tablo " frnily while )ou dip (ho middle
on which It has lain. OIll' ,nto "'e ttarrh. When tho cloth
Is dry thahc tho frlngo well and
A housewife who was puzzled to com,) 'l '"i n specially kept toilet
1 now how she could put fruit In tho comu "'"l 'l will fa, I as softly and
refrigerator and not have It scent 1'rettlly as when new.
(ho butter nnd milk by the side or A rrust of bread Ileitis to clean
It caught tho idea of empt)lug out out a sticky bread pan.
the baskets Into glass cans nnd put- Potioleum ointment sin:ns nre edi
ting on tho tops. stlnatu and tho'best thing for thim
e Is to soak them In kerosene.
HEALTH AND BEAUTY. ' To "ceuro thu meat troni pecan
nuts. It Is claimed thoy will break
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When )ou aro terribly fatigued
try taking half a dozen long, deep
breaths and see If you don't feel
moro llko living.
When tho skin becomes overheat
ed, as It often does tn summer, tiy
putting n little baklnn soda In the
water In which you wash.
Dandruff arises from dlffcicnt
causes, hut It Is usually u sign of
depleted roots and .the , scalp needs
feeding with greaso or tonics.
Salt water Is a onlc for the c)e8
and even If it stings them when
they meet )ou will nolo how brlli
llant tho eyes appear after tholr
When Insomnia has )ou Ir
grip try brcnthlng deoply and iegu-
lariv ns you no in nou nnu you will.'"'1 " "s'i.
bo surprised how easily sleep will
Eyebrows should not bo neglected.
A fine brush should be used on them
each night and they should be pinch
ed Into a delicate line. Vanollnu
should be used on them If they nro
Do not neglect the value or fruit
Juices for tho complexion, Nothing
equals the Juice of ornngo and lem
ons to clear the skin and brighten
the c)cs. A half a lemon , must bo
diluted mid taken without sugar In
half n glass of water.
i SUGGESTIONS FOR
Keep tacks in bottles. It st.vcj op
cnlng many boxes lu find it pattiou
tWlll-nlo.l Milnn i.lnlou .liniil.t ,
mil nunv with wiiui.l lilnm. ,f I' in. !
ton Ha n n el between them
A scratch on polished fm n I tin o can
be almost obliterated by rubbing 1
gorously with linseed oil.
I'lnstcr figures In hard or nlalnv
ter finish arc easily cleaned by dip
ping n stiff toothbiush In gabollno
ind scrubbing lutu nil the cieices.
Oarmeiits that nrti to be hung out
to nlr can be put on hangers ratli
t than pinned to tho line. Tills
prccnts sagging or ninrkliig with
I llrlc-n-biac containing mothcr-of-
pearl should neer be cleaned with
soap nnd water. Ins,eait, it should
be rubbed, with n cloth dipped Into
whiting nnd wntcr.
Salt moistened with liirgnr will
remote burnt marks from i tunneled
raiiiepana nnd dlbhes, but dun t for-
get they should bo soaked In cold
soda water for a few hours first to
loosen the Btnlns. .
?eer rinse lace lu blue water
with tho Idea of Improving Its color.
Ileal laco should lic.flnnll) rinsed In
clear, soft water, or, better still, In
skim milk, which will ghc It a soft.
New boots which sometimes do not
take a good polish should he rubbed
oer with a cut lemon, before black
ing. A cut law potato will hIm
sero the purpose, although tho lem
on Is picfernWo,
When a nluablc plejio of music
begins wearing out nlong Ihc wWes,
)ou will be able to preserve It much
longer If ou bind flic ragged edges
with passepartout. After apphlng
the binding press tho sheet with a
The cakemnker should iciiicmber
'hat cakes 'without butter, hiilIi ns
tponge enko and lady linger, re-,
quire n quick oven, with the exeep-'
tlllll of ntlirntu' Tdml n.i.l nitiinttl,.- I
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exception of dark splto tnkci) nnd
nn.l II. l,n.Hn1 Ml ..... .
. mi: nvi uum ivill IIIIIIO lllll. easier I e.,. ii. ,,.-.- ..r II. !.,
ir ii ... . tonio of the sleeves of tho ndvauee
nlght " 0,crUDIc show tlght-nttHig upper sleev-
Ml?; J'r "?l!.,,,!: '?" ,h" '". bull-n. ure used even on .In-
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dlmcnt will come off easily.
Alwuja empty a teakettle nftcr
using and beforo lining ngnln with
ircsli water rlnso thoroughly. In
"'at way jou avoid boiling posslblu
rrnttiiu .un .....I . 1 ..,- , . ..
nv...,Q w,v, nun ii, i-i iinil UldU l.UC'f
sediment fiom fiifmliiK on the bot
tom or the kettle. ,
Instead or parsing ImurB or labor
cleaning a greasy sink, especially
IH1Q nt nlna.il ...nHn ..... ll..( .
.... u. hiiiAcu iriur, jiui a nine parii-
-H"1 oil upon in piece of flannel and
rub sink. Will removo all grease.
Tlle" Wfvsl1 ! Ii'it wntcr and sonp,
I flush with cold water. Also cleniifcca
j pipes nt same time.
Try this delicious hot-day drink,
''" 11 W'H bo teitnln not to re-
Kret It. freeze buttermilk mid then
wnen u is lenuy io serve unit wnip
ped cream to It. Thoso who cannot
drink warm buttermilk will find thu
frozen nrtlclc palatnblo, nnd terved
'" P'nlh cream. It Is good us when
litis irnim' lu tirli I iiimil
A bit of mint added to tho gluts
of Iced tea gives it n delicious fla
Do not pllo left-over rooked po
tatoes together, as they will sour
quickly. Spread them out on n laigo
for tho picnic, dainty salads can
bo packed In largo giceu pepper pods
or tomatoes scooped out for the pui -
ir )ou accidentally spill Ice creaiti
on n silk waist try using alcohol Io.
remove tho grenso blemish. It also
removes a candy or gum lilemlsh.
The wlahvvnshiT who would get
through quickly Invests lu a soap
shaker nnd n chain for cleaning pots
nn.l paiiH. She alo has on hand
ucr (he sink a box of borax and a
Initio of ntiioiiiu roi tutting grc.is".
"lied" meats are lq liable to
((intamtnntlon than fish or thicken,
rho litter should not be inteii If
there Is the least suspicion of odor
about them llccf sllphtly tallied,
though dlsagiccabliv vvlll nut pro
duce ptomaine poisoning.
A loaf of bread will Keep fresh
much longer If plnieil In u covered
stone (iu:l. Wiap tn a large cloth
I to exclude jlr nnd keep the rrock
Ill n Will ll'aCC. It iS nlllT tlllltl a
lu n tool p'
1 1 VITSel mill Illllcll bettor llinll
keeping the In end In tho refllgera-
FASHION'S LATEST ORDERS.
The long-predicted fullness of tho
skirt has settled (for a little while)
Just at tho knee line.
The long black silk coat, which
is again modish, Is' tine of the gen-1
cr.illy useful fashions of tho hour.
A j new pongee ilbbon lu d.ishy
designs Is Intended not so much for
hat decorations as for women's tictk
ties. A plonsant change Is made bj fin
ishing the Dutch colla rat the front
with two tiny rosettes nnd n long
Wonderful ccnlng gowns are tow
ered with designs woiked In soft
floss sllku upon tho satin of tho gown
I'urses nnd shopping bags of bron
ze leather niu nmong the latest no
velties. They bid fair to be exceed
Hatpins are enormous about the
head nnd torrlflcully long itbout tho
pin, nu-c.uarlly with hats the slro
they are worn now.
Whether bet-mire tho Irlkli hu'o Is
nolo expenshu or because we aic
growing n little Hied of It, theio Is
ti picfercnce for the cluny Just at
The ribbed ihnntting Is In linn
with hit Ottoman and lleugnllnc
rllks, whlrii nro cr) populir, nnd
Is Inning mi cxtenJhe Miguc, though
this Is liu first Ke.iMiu.
A brand-new fabric Just ftom over
the water Is lallnl piingee-serge. It
Is of a fabric llko pongee, but has
n scrgo twill. II Is mi IiImI material
for tho coat and skirt tostiimc.
rrctty, slmplp, line lawn dresses
for little girls show tho Dutch neck
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mi me nit'cvc nanus nun outlining
the low iiecTi.
Dainly little lounging lobes nre
made, of ciuss-bnr liiuslln mid dim
ity, with necks mid front edges wal
loped and buttonholed In white or u
color, nnd the bottoms or the sleeves
nnd often the edges of the glrdlo
finished In the same wny.
fashion Ih Irjlng to drive out the
button fiom the full-diesH si heme, ns
far as It Is possible to do.
Collars nnd buttons mndo from
black bat In nre considered smart on
linen coats of both vvhlto mid colors.
Corset covers mid chcmlrus fit al
moit strnlght across the front, there
being little in no fullness at the top
Many of tho prettiest scigo yacht
ing suits, instead of being nil white,
have black molie toll.-ir nnd cuffs.
Thu restaurant coat of supple cloth,
with its flowing Spanish or Jap in
csc flues, U supeutilcd by thu Jetted
Sinco tan Is only rultnblo for
morning ami the touutr). bronze U
the nicest non-black shoo for wear
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ble broochci mid bracelets nro anion
the many forms that appear.
I Natuial flowers ate being used for
the torsngo more than for rovcial
toitoiu mid the newest coats have a
.buttonhole, lu whlth the stems mo
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I'relty fiotkB for tho girls mo
made of lawn, hitnd-emhioldcied In
delicate flower designs In light tints
and worn with saihes the color ot
Never vmib the voguo so great tor
harmony of the whole tostiime, and
the must stylish women appear with
gown, hal, Bhucs and accessories at
thn same hue.
The sepaiate coat has reached tho
height of Its populnrlt) nnd Is be
ing fashioned In ninny unusual ma
toilals. Taffeta and supple B.1II11 are
Color cmbroldeiy on white, black,
ciei.m mid ecru will bo inmh used,
us well us white on color, Most of
tho embioldeiy been now lu tho
thops Is machlno mndo.
NEW AUTUMN COLOR.
Chiintlclacr, the dainty little l'url
slcuiio calls It. nnd It Is hard to
find one word In fngllah that ade
quately describes It A deep, ileh
shade. It Is not quite, led nor jet
quite a biirgunil) color, but a 1I1-
illghtful combination of the two.
I It Is somber et bright, but so
soft mid deep ami lovely that It
scorns tjplcally suited In that wan-
Ing season of the )car autumn
Ah Jet it lias found II h only e-
' pn'sslim lu cloths of fine
millinery mid silk hoidei).
A loan of 2,00U on gllt-cilEcd real
estate security. Address 184V
An experienced liuly hat trimmer. I
Address K. 1'ukuroda. Hotel St. I
To bu Miung thickens of tiny breed
I'ond Dili). Tel 890. II14-1W
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln of
lite. birUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School
l'amtlli'S or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M Mat7le, 1 1 .".7 Autd
I.nne. Phone lr.4.
Shell enned o. biandct, set In
gold, between Yt mg llnl'l and
Knllhl. lie wn t,cl If itinnied to
this oincc. 1113-11
A ram tit l'alama I'lio Station. Sept
10. Ownsr tan have nimo hv
p lying for this nil. Address S'J'J
N. King St. 4415--Jt
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Kine nnd Tort Sts.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that nou don't find every
Nenr Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Su: rooms nnd bath, a
beautiful home 4,000.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
n rare bargain 4,750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200,00
Nenr Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right
down town 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
rooms. Lot 50x120. . 2,500,00
Near Waialae Road; five
rootcs and bath. Lot
50x230. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1,000 00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Rent $10,00
w per month. An invest
Four rooms. Worth
$1,400 . ., G50.00
Call iif nnd ice us. Alwayo glad
to show our list.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. LTD.
Phono 152. 82 King St.
CONTRACTOR ami BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTINO.
Office: Honolulu Paintinr Co., 221
Kinir St.: P. 0. Box D14
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck. Sec his cutios.
JiyTor bale" firdi a Dullrtln
A TltKAT'tn KOIl BAI.i:, III tho ten
ter of tho city, will, comfort iblo
chairs nnd complete mining picture)
outfit. Will real oter S00 potifllo.
A Inigaln. The Kle"t will nrrlv in
two weeks and this Is mi etcelltut
opportunity to make h.irett In
quire Heal Kt itu 1'xcu.ingc. 2 4.
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent not. money Invested
on Income bearing propcrt) ; ub
solule tceuilt). In sums from
S100 iipnard ! i: Btr.niah. At-torno)-nt
law, V.'nlty Uldg., 74 3.
King St. mc-tt
Kerns Australian and other varie
ties; alfo logs baskets, begnnlai
mid stcplinntls plants. Tor par
ticulars call on Mln, Jehnsnii, 1'ort
street, near Vienna Itikcry
Six II. 1'. Locomobile engine, with
fittings for launch; cheap. Tor
particulars apply 1CCD Ilcacti
A restaurant, cheap;
Slates, go d trade.
1130 fort strcot.
must go lu
Desirable musqulto-pruot rooms and
board ror gentlemen. "The Mnc
donnld" New Ilungaluw, l'uiia
bou Sticet. 43SO U
Large turntshed rooms for ladlt-,
with or without botrd. Mrs. f. I).
WIckc, 124!i llcrutaula Ave.
(urnlubf-d rooms. Apply Mi.
McConmtl, 1223 Uiuma St.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost rtbw house, 4 rooms, bath,
lot 50x110-8 feet- improved, n pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city,
near bixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another, and this one is just what
voa ate looking for. A real bar
gain; up-to-date 'stvle biumnlo'v. 5
i large rooms; both wide verandas;
,tv,o 101s, I'u.-ji icei; targe trout
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
'can't proJuce tr belter for the money
for home or investment. Price
I $2,200. Picture nt ofilce.
I PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
I F. B. Munroe- Hgr.
S18 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and tin. Hashimoto,
178 BERETAHIA AVE., ne.v. EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Curios, Sisal Lcis, Calabashes, etc,
.Hotel, near Tort.
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairdrcssing trade.
Fort and Beretania Sts,
Hajrrison Block. ,
Bicycle shop nnd general repairinir
work. Specialty in njcklc, silver
and p;old plated work,
KING. OPP. ALAPAI ST.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Litest Styles in
l"'1 NUUANU SX
' UJT""For Sale" card at 3ullrtln.
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