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KVENtNO nULT.ETW, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, SBPT. 25, 100 J
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Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu and l'auuhl St. Call up
phono 697 It )uu wont a cook,
good boy or servants. I
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of
lice. Alalia! Bt ileal llcrctnnlu.
Nathan M. Lewis, Tc.cher of Piano
mid Organ, 1102 Ktnmn. 440S-lm
Br UIJLIUI IN AUS MAV -
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: 16 a. u , 3:i0 p. m
For Pearl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. "in, 9:16 a. ra,
11:05 a, m, 2:U p. m, -"20 p. in,
6:16 p. ra., 19:30 p in, tll:00 p. m
For Wahlawa :16 'a, m. and
6:16 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and "Walanae 8:36 a. m.
..6:31 p. ra.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City $7:46 a. m, 8:3o
a. ra., -10:38 a. in, -1:40 v, m, 4:JI
p m, 'C:31 p m , "7:30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa '
8:36 a. m. and 6:it p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only. ,
The Halelwa United, a iwohoui
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 822 a. ra J returning, arrives lu
Honolulu at 10:10 p. ru. The Limited
tops only at Pearl City and Walanae
U. P. DKNISON F C. flMITH
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Tour Grocer's.
Chas. ft, Frazier
ihone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pur dlttlllad wi
ter. Deliverable aay part of city by
courtaoua driver l.
OAHU "icT AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. " ' Telephone 828
At All Watcbdealeh.
Agent for Hawaiian Island.
Cor, FORT smd KINO Sti.. Hw-nlnln
Delivered to residences
and offices at 20o net
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHArVT,
133 Merchant St.
OF AIL KINDS
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
tieen Street :: :; :; Honolulu
M. Phillips & Cc.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
AMERICAN ORV QOODS
FORT and Qt'FE.N 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE '497. ' k
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California ud
New York: NOTARY PUBLIC:
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT BT,
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired -at
the Factory Honolulu Aire Bed
Co., 1260 Alaput St. Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 02-
G3 Alexander Young Uulldlng.
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Btniin hi , oet. uutei ana rauani.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns are beautiful in every
respect, and the prices are within
Jerelers and Silversmiths. '
US Hotel St.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit.
nated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connctted with artesian wa
ter. Electrio li"ht and gas. 'Also
Kapiolani Park 'ots and improved
property at Hatuia and otnenpxop
Curios, Sisal Lcis, Calabashes, etc,
Hotel, near Fort.
CURIO CO. '
Roses, Carnations and other
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Buildintr. Tel. 330,
King Street. Eva of Fish-market
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. Teiritorial Board of
OTuf 403 S'amrewald BIdg,
New Picture Hats
Thej'rs simply swell at
Second Floor Eoston Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGAR.
W. 0. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRI.XKI
Toe most popuiar
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
lack Bcnllv Jack Roberts
185 editorial rooms 250 bun
nest office. These are' the telephone
cumbers of th Bulletin pfflc.
What Army and Navy
Discovery Ccniirmed. ' Centenarian.
Mnurlco F. Kgan, tho United 1 One or the oldest cx-solrilera In
States Minister nt Copenhagen, linn tho world him Just passed his bun
telcgraphed th.it Cock's discovery of dredth blrthdn). He Is l.leut. Col.
the North Pole his heen corrobornt'
td I))' Dergnard Jensen, tho Dinlsli
Inspector of North Oreenlnnd. '
Twcntv-Fifth Annual Meeting.
Iho twenty-nrth annual meeting
of the conminndeo-ln-chlof of Hie
Mllltni) order of the Lc;)nl Legion of
the United Slates will he held In th
hall of the Historical Society of
Ponns)lvnnln, Dread and Locust
streets, Philadelphia, Wcdnesda),
Oct. 20, ut 10 a. in. Tho councll-ln-chlcf
will assemble nt tho headquar
ters, Flanders Ilulldlng, Tuesday,
Oct. 19, nt 10 o'clock a. m. The
Hoard of Officers will assemble at
the headquarters Tuesday, Oct. 19,
at 2 p. m. for the transaction of
such business as may ho submitted
for their action.
Should Care for Them.
Army office! s who' hac goods
stored at any nf the quartermasters'
depots should neglect no longer to
take care of them. A few weeks ago
n sale of such goods, attired three
je-ha or longer nt tho depot nt tho
I.tsldlo of' San Finnctacn, was au
thorized, and this week tliu question
of tho legtillt) of such sale of goods
'ored at tho depot In Washington
his been passion by .Iho Judge Ad-
oca to General. It is found that tho
luw of the District of Columbia as
to stored articles Is similar to Hint
of California, and the sale has been
Shoes to Scont3.
' It has hi en (let bled In Issue to the
Philippine KcoutH tho regular Army
shoes. This will give tho Scouts the
benefit of the fine oil-Bluffed russet
innrchltig shoo now no popular In-tho
sen Ice, nnd the black dress shoo and
the garrison shoo It tho latter nru
desired. The sizes lu bo used by the
Scouts will bo as a rule smaller than
tho common run of sizes used In the
Army, but the shoes to ho Issued will
bo, orthopedic and will provo vastly
superior to anything heretofore used
In the Islands. Tho old stocks now
on hand In the Philippines tiro to
be used up before the new stle of
shoe is to be Issued.
U. S. Submarine Acain.
The V. 8: submnrlne Nnrwhal
claims u world's record for speed on
the surfaco by submarines off Pro-
vlncctown. Mats, Aug, 27. During
twenty-fivo hours oer nn even three
hundred miles tho Narwhal, It Is re
ported, averaged 12'4 knots an hour,
without a stop, the Narwhal was
iciently completed at t)io j arils of
tho I'ore River Shipbuilding Com
panpany, at Qulnc), together with
roverul sister vessels. Her deep sea
submergence test off lloston Light,
soon to be made, wMl complete her
The transport Thomas, holder of
the troopship record from Manila,
finished another smart passage when
it dropped anchor In tho stream Sept.
lint San Francisco, The Thomas'
time from Hie Islands was 24' das
and 6G minutes, nnd from Honolulu
C dajs It! hours and 22 minutes. The
transport wns expected here at 9
o clock jestcrda) morning, and, af
ter spending the night at anchor
that was the exact time at which It
tied to the dock.
A Filipino stownwny, who appear'
ed with smiles nnd was sot to work,
crented a small stir aboard th troop,
cr after It had left Manila far be-hnd.
Kodak Films and Supplies
Are Doing j
John Dower, of the lliltlsh Aim).
Nearly sovent) )cars ago ho did
good work In South Africa. He was
born July 16, 1809, the jear of fam
ous births. Colonel llower wns the
originator of the mounted Infantry
Idea In England, halng raised tho
first coips of this arm In 1869, which
was known as the Droxford Light
Horse. Ho was then a prominent
fox hunter, and desired to turn to
the purposes of national defenso the
splendid cavalry qualifications of
this class of cltlzeiii.
Enslen Kenneth Whiting has per
formed the hazardous feat of Wvlm;
himself shot out of n torpedo tube
on the Porpoise. He did It to show
how the Uvea of u crew of a tub
marine might be tucil. Hut nt unco
the mighty questions urged up in the
mlnda of every genuine American
who rend the Item as to how the
last man could bo saved, for Hnslgu
Whiting wns only able to get out
of the submerged submnrlnc and
Ewim to tho surface by clinging to
tho port door and have the pnchlnory
of the boat draw him out ngalnst
tho pressure of the water. Other
wise he would have been held In the
tube and most certainly drowned.
The public Is Interested In tho fntn
of the last nian, 'and every day a
dozen letters rciich the Navy Depart
ment telling how it Is to be done
To each and all a polite answer Is
sent to tho effect that there la a
much better way of saving tho Uvea
of the crow of the submarine
In order to fill out the "straight'
rations allowed by the Government,
Co. 35, C. A. C. nut only ftlanted Its
own little vegetablo garden, but
found a chance on Corregfdor Island
for pig-raising on a large scale. They
laid In a stock, which Included
twelve bows. Each produced a litter
of pigs, and the company had enough
pigs nnd sowa for each soldier of
tho company to have a whole pig for
himself. Nothing gave the company
nioro pleasure after a hard day's
work than to go down to Iho end of
the company garden, look1 over the
stock of pigs and think of tho fine
pork chops, sausages and chltllngs
It wns to have tho coming winter,
Their pleasure, however, wai short
lived, for It was soon noticed Hint
the pigs were beginning, to disap
pear. The men got together logs
nnd stakes from tho adjacent tropi
cal forest and built n stocWle suf
ficient In size nnd strength to keep
In the pigs and to keep out any
thing Hhlch, nCLordlng to the Ame
rican standards, could possibly car
ry a pig, away. Still the pigs conti
nued to disappear, nnd no explana
tion could bo found.
Finally volunteers were called for
to stand guard auvcr the pigs nnd "
sentry walked n beaten path around
the stocknde. Just about da) light
one morning tho sentry Baw n sight
which he know no one would be
lieve who had not seen It with hlj
own eyes. So he rushed to the bar
racks and called out the company.
When the men got to the atockade
they found that u herd of lizards
had cometput of the forest and had
euceeded In getting into the stock
ade." Lizards In the Philippines grow
to bo six feet long and stand up
like a bench-legged bulldog, and
they can run like n deer. ' ,
I I I
We sell Kodaks and Cameras
from $! upward
Photo Supply Co.,
HOUSEHOLD HINTS H
K ..,VU.U..W ..... . w M
Spread .for nniall tallies are the
width of the table, hut longer than
Its length. The ends arc slmplv
To make n net hnt bo cover an
old hnt box with burlap and put lea-
Itheictte Ktrnps on It. This can bo
slightly lined and a faorlte sachet
can be placed In the box.
Where silk hose nrc rubbed Into
boles In the back b low shoes or
pumps it Is usually useless to darn
them In the ordinary way. Place n
piece of silk of the sime color un
derneath and darn the stocking to
A new porch work Is that of tuck
Ing net for a fancy waist. Tho tuck
ing Is done in the finest of gold or
slher thread. A little drawn woik
Is ndded If tho waist Is to bo one
more elaborate, than would result
simply f i om the tucking.
A beautiful buckle of nny desired
shnpo may bo made b plaiting threo
strands of tho narrowest gold braid
together and wiring on the hick.
Nothing rould be nicer as a finish
for nn empire belt, for the ready
made buckle's of metal not only tear
the lace In the gown, but scratch all
Hie furniture In the house.
. Piotty cushion covers nre made of
dress gingham lu plain colors, old
roue, Alice blue, green or jellow, to
coricspund With tho color scheme of
Hip loom. The covers nro feather
btltched In white to Inclose Inside
the edge nnd are finished with but
tons nnd buttonholes, so Hint they
can bo laundered when necessary.
The now hoods are veritable cre
ations of dollcate fabric and color.
For example, over u hood of pink
liberty satin a drapery of lend gray
tulle 'la arranged. There Is a dou
ble ruchlng of these fabrics ' to
fra'me the face, and on ono side n
ful) hunch of small old-pink roses,
and on the other a smart llttlo bow
of Nattier-blue velvet.
The weaving or Queen Anno stitch
Is used principally for working geo
metrical or oriental designs, nnd Is
mado by covering. unch petal or flg
lire with parallel lines of stitches,
which extend from edge to edge.
leaving between as much or us lit'
He space as one wishes. Theso stitch
es are oxossed at right angles with
other parallel stitches tike regular
For Insect bites nnd bee nnd wasp
stings there Is nothing better than
this wash: Dlssnho one ounce or
powdered borax in half a pint of
water that has been boiled and al
lowed to cool. It preferred, rose,
orange or elder water may be used
In place of tho boiled water. The
bites or stings are to be touched oc
casionally with the water as long as
any irritation remains.
Some women waste their time In
feathcr-stttchlng dalnt) garments
with embroidery thread, The em
broider) thread being soft, when the
garment is laundered It Is pressed
Into tho material and loses Its Indi
viduality. Twisted cotton, which
romes by the ball in various num
bers, and which Ib sometimes used
for crocheting, Is the most satisfac
tory thread with which to do, this
The careful housewife will find
Ihnt Lhn tunv linvn nvpn nn nvrPRH
nf towols at small expense If she will
finish the ends herself, Instead of
of all kinds
Fort near Hotel
Fw' A N T S
Wanted Competent jookkeopcr,
four months only; out of town, i
Addict Alexander . Ilnldwln,
Ltd. Mdsc Dept. 4120-tt
A lUc-mluutc talk with oung men
whu want better Jobs Cill or ad
dress Sccietnry Y. M. C. A.
White boj before and n:tcr school,
1o lc.irn giorcr) business. Ad
dress II. D, this office. UlS-Ct
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged real
estuto security. Address 1845,
A tellable and Intelligent drher for
n milk wngon. Address Pond
First-class Ironing girls. Applv
Abadle's French Lnundr).
Clean wiping rags at the Uulletln of
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C.M. Matile, 1467 Auld
Lane. Phone 1664.
Largo cameo brooch, between Puiii
hou and city. Return 1&0S Puna
hou. Uevvard. 44 2a-:it
hu)tng the fringed or bordered tow
els. Iiurtecii yaids of damask low
iliug will make nuu dozen towels,
and sl of. these might be finished
with hemstitching nnd the other half
dozen scalloped. Each towel may
be cut fort) -two inches long, which
will leave ample loom for either n
hem or a neat scalloped finish.
If )ou cannot go to a professional
masseuse, it Is well to own one of the
massaging cups Hint inn be bought
for n small sum and do much to stir
up n freo circulation and to give
exercise to muscles. Theso nio small
glass cups with a rubber top. The
latter Is worked gcnll) and the suc
tion Is quickly felt on the Mesh.
These cups can he prnfttiihl) used
after the face has been well washed
and grease rubbed In. lie careful to
work It In nn upward and outward
niotlop, as otherwise wrinkles will
An oblong sofa pillow of heavy
llulgurlnn laco will be effective dona
in Wnllachinn embiotder), with
shades of blue, ami green silk. How
ers with large and small petals, scroll
lines and dots may form tho de
sign. Work the large petals with
iho fKirkest shade of blue and tho
short ones with n lighter shade, tho
scroll lines with green nnd the dots
with giccn outlined with light blue.
Tho top nnd back, which arc ot tho
same material, can ho stitched to
gether to form a hem to give an at
tractive finish to the edge.
The Industrial Edition ot the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
I e t i n office
For eating, drnklng and cook I re
Pur, Dllclou; Nutritious
Hrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tin-
Haker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. enkus
German Sweet Chocolntc,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Salt by Ltftdlnf Cioccri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
i EUROPE AND AMERICA
ii r. n r-ttfat oifl.
A few first mortgages on real cstatol
12 per cent net, money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute socurtt), In sums finra
$100 upward P. I'. Strauch, At-
torne)-at-lavv, Wulty Uldg , 71 S.
King St. 43S6-tt
Ferns Australian and other arlc
tles; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotls plantB For pir
tlculars tall on Mis John'on, Fort
street, near Vienna Ilal.ery
Six II, P. Locomobile engine, with
fittings for launch; cheiji. lor
particulars apply 1CC9 Ueacb.
nirnhdied front room; $10 per
month. Small housekeeping
to nn, suitable for one peison, $S
per month, nt 1 ,CJ Nutianii St.
Desirable mokqulto-proof rooms and
bounl for gentlemen. 'Tho Mnc
donntd" Now Dungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380,-tt
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without hoard. Mrs. V. D.
Wleke, 1246 llerctanln Ave.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr. Hf
D. McConnrll, 1223 Kmma St.
Collage King Place
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that jou don't find every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath ...? $5,000.00
Lnnalilo St., corner
Six rooms nnd bath, a
beautiful home 4000 00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain 4,750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St , Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right
down iewn 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
i rooms. Lot 60x120.. 2,500,00
Near Waialae Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1, COO 00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Rent $10.00
per month. An invest,
I Four rooms. Worth
Call in and ice us. Always glad
to show our list,
'REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Phone 152. 82 King. St.
Pach Can. y s.
Btvart if rcunttrf ttU j
LL WttOlUhTH I
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Boston Bakwi Beans. I7
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold vthtcd work.
Ki:,3, 0PP, ALAPAI ST, .
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