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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,, T. II., MONDAY, SEPT. 27, 1909. ,
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EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. REPAIRING. v
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Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu andl'nuaht Sts. Call up,
phono 097 If you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
M. Ueda, Japanese Employment Of-
nee. Alapal St., near llcretanla.
Nathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Oman. 1462 Kmma. 4408-lm
r BULl CTIN AUO PAY "
For Walanae, Walnlua, Kahuku and
Way Stations '9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. m., 9:16 a,'m.,
11:05 a. in., 2:lf p. m., 320 p. in.,
6:16 p. m., 9:30 p. m., fll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu Irom Kanaka,
Walalua and Walanae 8:3C a. m..
..6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and Pearl City t7:4G a. m., 8:36
a. m., 10:38 a. ra., 1:40 p. m., 4:31
p m., 5;31 p. ra.. 7:30 p. m. ,
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa'
8:36 a. m. and 5:il p. m. '
t Ex. Sunday.
1 Sunday Only.
The Hnlolwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first-class tickets hon-
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. in.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited
stops only nt Pearl City and Walanae
0. P. .DENISON. F. C. SMITH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazier
rhone 371. 122 King St
manufactured from pure distilled wi
tar. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628,
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Hos-Jnlo.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pei
hundred in' 10-lb. lota
W. O. BARNHART, .
133 Merohant St
V OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
Ineen Street ::
:: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importere and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY OOOD8
FORT and QUEEN STS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
083 S. BEBETANIA IT.
' P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California Kid
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Woven Wire Mattresses wpa4 J
"the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
1260 Alapal St.
Tl.la&tltABW P VllMXIM A Jt1ffV AO
63 Alexander Young Building.
! fee Bine Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
I Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind that will -resist wear.
The patterns are beautiful in every
respect, and the prices are within
reach ofeveryone. '"-
Jewelers and. Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
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 liht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park fots and improved
property at iiauaia and otner prop
Curios, Sisal Lcis, Calabashes, etc
Hotel, 'near Fort.
Roses, Carnations and other Cut
MRS. E. M. TAYLOR
The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building. Tel. 330,
King Street. Ewa of Fishmarket.
ORY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DI
SCRETION. Tectorial Board of
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hoars.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERUIN. Proprietor.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast:
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
LUNCHES and DRINXI
The most popular '
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St, near Fort
lack Scully. Jack Roberta
15 edltorla) rooms 256 busi
nets office. These are the telephone
'numbers of the Bulletin office.
Great Play .
R was n skillful architect In
deed who first devised the
bandbox apartment bouses so
enmmon uow lu all parts of
New Tdrk and must hare sat up many
nights working out how to extricate
the iimxliimin of rent revenue from
the arm on which be bud to fit tbo
If there wort- any flats In Harlem of
smaller dimensions than the one of
four looms occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
losenh Brooks I lie most experienced
ami persistent hunter after n' place In
which to Indue hh family with rcla
the economy nnd some winblaiKO of
comfort would bare hud the lime of
his or her life 'rinding It. .2d If other
flats there were more luxuriously fil
led tip. us easily might lime been In
fact, certainly nuut have becn-the
rase, at least there was none, what
ever Its size, that win kept cleaner or
m-iler or lii'whkh more vffuvtno use
cl .tviillublc materlnl hud liecn made
I'-iu that over which Jlrs. Kiiima
1 ooks presided ns mlstvess and fac
And Mrs. Brooks herself bow sh
jruced It. altocethcr unconsciously I
As tbe elder of two daughters of Stan
ley Harris, who, while not rich, had
been well to do. she had been brought
up In tbe comfort rfa Kood homo and
had enjoyed (he advantage of an edu
cation at a private seminary. H?r fa
ther, whose constant companion she
had been nnd whoso sense of democ
racy lu the matter of association she
had Inherited, had adored her. nnd
when she had given ber heart to Jo
seph Brooks, electing him from among;
numerous suitors, including jame
Smith, ho gave his couscut to their
union against bis own Judgment nud
In face of the strenuous opposition of
his wife, esteeming the girl's buppr
ncss superior to nil otber consldcra
llrooks. who had been In the employ
of tho Latin-American Steamship com
pany for ono year mid had been
brought Into relations with tbe faintly
by virtue of his selection as secretary
to her father, the general manager,
had no menus whatever of his own.
nnd bis salary, then SIX) n month, was
n desperately small Income on tilch to
begin housekeeping for n girl reared us
sho had been. Hut her father helped
them, and the young ,1-oupIc counted
upon his Influence to procure the ad
vancement of his son-in-law In n more
Unfortunately for them, however.
Mr. Harris had died a few weekx lifter
their wedding, nnd they found them
selves thronu upon their own re
sources. Mrs. Harris, n Hellish, shal
low, unfeeling woman with jioclal pre
tensions, who regarded her daughter'
marriage with the young clerk as n
mesalliance and llrooks hloielf with
disdain, left them to shift for them
Relies and with her other daughter,
Ileth. wio was scivii jears younger
tbau Emma nnd shared hVr'mother'x
views, ns'she Imitated h'er haughti
ness, settled down In the enjoyment of
tho modest fortune her husband bud
left her and Hie Indulgence of the ns
tcntatlon she loved, but 'which during
Mr. Harris' lifetime she had lieter
been able to gratify to the lop of lief,
bent. She did not for IliK hnwewr.
withdraw altogether from association
with ninma and llrooxs.and continued
on more or less ntiiUahle Icruw with
them. Now and Ibeu she condescend
ed to call upon them1 xvllh Ileth. but
her Uxll. as n rule, weie a good deal
of n trial to the young couple, for she
rcgnrdetl ltroukH failure to get on lu
tho steamship company as n i Indica
tion of her opinion ns In his ublllly
nnd the. Judiciousness of I heir mar
riage and was prone to condone vtlth
her daughter.' axume an exnspepitlug
Motd-you-so altitude ami lament what
might have been.
During the four jenrs of their mar
ried life Urouks' salary bad beeu
rained only t20 u month, although In
addition to bin work as accountant, to
vthlch'he had becu assigned after Mr.
Harris'. death, ttiat of collector had
been thrust' upon him. It had been a
hard, bitter experience for pretty Utile
Mrs. Brooks, this unaccustomed drudg
cry of housework, this continuous
scouring of greasy pota and pans nnd
washing of dishes, which sho loathed;
this deprivation of comforts and luxu
ries that, she bad known all her life;
this privation of many personal things
considered lodlspotisablo by the dainty
woman; this necessity of perpetual
f'lgld economizing, which barely suf
ficed to. make both ends moot. Sho de
prived herself of much needed cloth
ing, to Bay nothing of finery, that .loo
might go properly clad to his office,
but she never for that reason descend
ed to slovenliness, never "let herself
go," as so many women In their own
households roako the mistake of doing.
nnd neier had she allowed one word
of complaint, one Indication of regret,
to escape her. Bbo had married Joo
for love, for belter or for worse, and
resigned herself bravely and cheerfully
to the consequences, however hard to
bear, hoping for the better times that
were so long In coming nud encour-
B -m "-lV
Author of "Pstd In Full" and "The
afiTug TTcT TiusCariil TcTTlgllt on find
Joe. for his part, lacked his wife's
grit, and energy, nnd constant disap
pointment bad undermined his forti
tude. He loved Emma. He hardly
could have done otherwise, though
calculation had entered largely Into
his courting of her." dhlvalrously.
while tho sweet bliss of their early
married life held htm' In Its spell, he
had done as much of the heavier work
of the' menage as he could to spare
ber when time and opportunity afford
ed, 'but very naturally he had soon
tired of this where Is tbo man who
does not? nnd by degrees had left ns
much of It as he could to ber, except
nhen his' moods of optimism nnd af
fectionate solicitude Impelled, htm to
go to her assistance. At such limes he
wanted to do It alt.
On tbe evening following bis out
burst nt the ofllec ho was still resent
ful nnd "down In tbo mouth" when he
let himself Into lils little tint, (and tho
smiles of his wife ns sho raised ber
rosebud .lips to receive his kiss of
greeting fulled to dlsHl his gloom.
"You seem out of sorts tonight,
dear." she said solicitously. "Any
thing wrong at the ofllec?" j
"Nothing lu particular. I'm tired
and hungry nfter slaving all day in
lhl awful heat, that's nil"
"Xeier mind, nipper's all ready, so
sit dotMi and link In.
"Vhutlld oii gel'"
"Chops mid Hilaloes,"
.toe turned up hi nose, .ml took his
seat n. table ami began to eat. lie
answered hl Wife's iiiesnns In mono-J
syllable. Ill tlnu-'hts. It was plain,
were not on his meal or Duma's con
versation, nnil. reenfg that he was pre-
ociupicu and troiililul. sue ceased to
try to engage tils attention.
"I paid the gas hill today," he vouch
safed at length. "Miicl (cuts more
than last mouth."
".Ninety cents inoru!" she commented,
nllh concern'. "I'm Mire no didn't
use half as much. And we owe tho
"l'vciy mouth It costs mure to Ihc.
I don't know wlf.it e are going, to do,
"I'm sorry. Joe, flooduess knows I
ry to be ns economical ns I i an."
TkuoW, but It's all wrong. It's nil
wrong that jou should be shilling
your bauds nlth those beastly greasy
pans. They weren't meant for such
work, 1 wish we could afford n hired
"So do 1, but we can't, hi what's the
uso of wishing? Didn't oii get the
raise jou asked Captain Williams
for?" she Inquired.
Ho bung his head nnd lapsed Into
gloomy silence. She dropiied tho mor
sel sho was raising to ber mouth and
rose from the table, tlllid with ills
may, her nppctltu completely guue.
Tears of disappointment followed the
realization of what the failure of, their
plans meant, for neither had doubted
that his request would be compiled
with, and she bad built many castles
In tbo air on the strength of It. A few
dollars moro n week added to their
distressingly' small Income would have
meant much 'to.tliem. Hut, gazing at
her husband sitting thcro utterly de
lected and crushed, her heart went out
to him In pity 'and loie, and sho iiiovpA
over to bis cbalr and put her aruy con
solingly round his neck.
Never mlod, Joe, boy," she urged;
"don't look so solemn. We're no worse
off than, we were before, and you'll
win out some day,"
Klio placed her hand under his chin
and raised his head to kiss bin). He
saw that she was smiling at him en
couragingly through her tears, but re
fused to bo comforted. ,
"1 made out thp payroll today," he
said. "Threo other men In the offlco
who also'asked for a raise last month
got It; so did Smith."
"What, Jlmsy?" she asked.
"I said Biulth. There's only one
Smith In the offlce," ho replied bome
"Well, I'm glad for Jlmsy'a sake he
got what ho wanted."
"I think ho told Williams to come
across with more money or he'd quit."
"Jtpy pinet; djd b "sk for?"
Copyright, 1908. by G..W.
"Klghtrcn hundred."'" "
"Hlghtcen hundred? My gracious,
Isn't that fine?"
"It means that he'll be getting near
ly 5.000 a yeur now; Great for him,
"Yes, Indeed It Is."
"I saw Jlmsy today. Asked him to
come to supper. He said be would If
"1 wonder why he didn't?"
Her husband did not answer Immedi
ately. When he did he burst out sav
agely: "Suppose he thought we couldn't af
ford It. Two don't eat as much s
"Why, Joe. how absurd!" she laugh
ed, beginning to gather up the supper
platcu. "Jlmsy knows It's pot luck."
"That's Ibe trouble. Jlmsy kuows
your mother knows Williams knows
everybody knows, and they're always
talking about bow you've got to work
and slave because you married me and
all that sort of stuff."
"Well, be thinks It, and your moth
er's always rubbing It In, harping on
the same old string that I ain't wor
thy of you, that It's n sliame tbo way
you have to work and slave, that I
don't seem to get along at all and that
"Oh. don't mind mother; you know
"She never did want us to marry."
"Hut dear old dad did. and he was
tlie one 1 wanted to please after you,
Joe, of course. Mother Is Just a bit
liecullar. I'm sure she doesn't under
stand me much, nnd I'm' equally sure
that I don't understand ber, so we
won't bother about her. Just sweep
up a bit. will you. whllo I wash the
dishes? Jlmsy may drop In by nnd by."
llrooks went Into the kitchen, donned
nn upron from force of habit Instilled
Into hi in by his wife, ever careful of
his clothes, and reappeared with a
carpet broom nnd a dust cloth, no
was laboring under excitement, as waa
manifest by tho reckless manner. In
which ho used tho broom, finally,
with an expression of determination,
bo said In n Arm voice:
"Emma, you know It wilt be six
months or a year before I get another
chance at a raise unless, of course, I
quit and get a Job somewhere else. I
was thinking that perhaps you're tired
and want to call It off."
"Call what off?"
"Why. everything tho whole busi
ness. I mean our marriage," he said
Her eyes opened wldo with Incredu
"Vou mean separation?"
"That's exactly what 1 mean."
"What for-becnusc I'm tired?"
"Something like that."
"What an Idea! You must have tbe
blues badly to talk such' nonsense aa
that. Don't jou think It would be aa
well to wait until I complain?"
"You have complained."
"No at least 1 can't remember." ''
"Not In words, but"
"Look here," bo said Impatiently,
"don't you suppose I have eyes? Don't
you eupiiose 1 havo feelings? I've seen
I know that you're sick of this
drudgery and alt tbe rest sick of It
nnd sorry. There's Smith with his
flvo thousand be wanted you first
You rould have"
She Interrupted him sharply, bef
"Joe!" " "
"Well, I thlnk"-
"Tliat's enough of that!" "
"Oh, well," be declared sullenly,
turning nay and dropping Into a
;h:tlr. "I didn't mean"
She followed hjin and placed ber
hand on his shoulder!
"Joe, 1 married you because I loved
ou," aba said gently, "und for nothing
else In the world. There wasn't any
Influence except-"that, and that over
came, all tbv'f est mother and all of
"I kuirw all about that."
"TOcro has been a little bard luck"
. 'There has been a precious sight too
mii'-h nf it." ,
(To be Continued.)
"When It'conies to Ideal domestic
women," said ttie proud young au
thor, "the heroine of my new novul
Is the paragon."
"That's Just the kind of heroine
we're looking for," replied tho busy
"Yes, sir, she Is n woman you
don't meet every day. 'In the first
place, she never leans out of the back
windows and criticises her neighbors'
"She must be perfect."
"Nor doeB sho hang over tho back
fenco gosslplng-by the hour while
the dinner scorijhcs."
."I'd like to meet one like her."
"'When now neighbors move In sho
docs not criticise their old furniture
und wonder It they have paid for
Tho busy publisher held up his
"Stop! That could not bo n wo
i "Not n woman?" ,
Lady,' 15 years' experience; expert
nccoiiiltnnt, auditor, bookkeeper,
cashier, typewriter, office mana-l
gcr, general office work, wishes!
position. What can you offer? j
Uest references (Coast). Bonds.
Address, Incorporated Accountant,
Kvenlng Bulletin. 4423-at
Wanted Competent bookkeeper,
four months only; out cf town.
Address Alexander & Ilaldwln,
Ltd, Mdse. Dept. 4420-tt
A flvc-mlnuto talk with young men
who wnnt better Jobs. Cull or nd
dicss Sccietnry Y, M. C. A.
White boy before and alter school,
to learn grocery business. Ad
dress II. D this ofllec. 4413-Ct
A loan of 12,000 on gilt-edged real
estate aecurtty. Address 184 S,
A reliable and Intelligent driver for
n milk wagon. Address Pond
First-class Ironing girls.
Abadle's Krench Laundry.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Japanese Private Cooking School-
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 1C64.
Large cameo brooch, between Puna-
hou and city. Return 1808 Puna
hou. Howard. 442S-3t
BURNHAM SEES THE
COMET OF HALLEY
Observer With Telescope Picks Up
Wanderer, Which Is Pho
CHICAGO, September 17. For tho
first lluio lu seventy-four ycurs Hal-
ley's comet has been observed with
tuo naked ejc. The observation was
mudu by Piutessor S. W. uumhuiu
of the Yerkes' Observatory ut Luke
Uenuvu' on the Wcdncsduy aud
Thursday ulghts. Two photographic
negatives wero secured.
"The announcement of Professor
Burnhaui'u exploit was mado by Pro
lcouor Edwin B. Frost today.
"Professor Burnhatu wus the "rst
In America to see the comet with
tho naked eye, aided by a telescope'
ald Professor Frost today.
"We said nothing about seeing
the visitor Wednesday, even though
our photographic plates showed It,
because It wub partly obscured by a
small star and we could not be cer
tain. "Thursday morning about 3 o'clock
Professor Burnhuui ugain saw the
comet, and again the camera, mani
pulated by Oliver J. Lee, picked up
the. comet. This time there could
be no mistake.
'The plates, which were taken
with a two-foot reflector, showed the
comet as a faint, fuzzy path slightly
cjongatcd, In tho southeast. It Is
about flvo degrees distant from tho
star Qemlnorum, In tho predicted po
sition, so that there enn be no mis
take as tu tho correctness of our dis
covery. The position of the comet
wob accurately fixed with tho mltro
metre'. The pictures which we have
so far taken with the camera nro
too faint to be reproducible. In
fact, there never has been a photo
graph of Hiilley's comet which was
reproducible In a newspaper."
i Halley's comet, according to the
scientists, will be vlstblo to the nak
ed eye without ju telescope before
next Biirlng. The Blghtlng Is con
sidered a great feat by tho scien
tists. CHINESE MINISTER WHOSE
RECALL CAUSES SURPRISE.
Although the recall of Wu Ting
Fang had been rumored for many
weeks, Wnshlngton officials and dip
lomats wore surprised when it enrao,
Tho Chinese Minister Is now In Peru,
to which country ho hns been cred
ited nlong with the United States.
It Is Dr, Wu's second recall from tho
United States, "tho lirst occurring
when ho expressed sympatlry for
this country In the Boxer outbreak.
Chang Yin Tung, lilsisucccsbor, Is
now deputy lce president of for
eign affairs. He formeily wub sta
tioned ut, Mudrld,
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1 -
lie tin offlce, , ..
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100 upward. I. E. Strauch, At-torney-at-law,
Walty Uldg., 74 3.
King St. 4385-tt
Kerns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, hegonlna
and Btephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Jchneon, Kort
street, near Vlcnnn Bakery
Six H. P. Locomobile engine, with,
fittings for launch; cheap. lor
particulars apply 1CC9 Beach,
Furnished front room! $10 per
month. Small housekeeping
loom, suitable for ono person, fS
per month, at 15C3 Nuuanu St.
Desirable mosqulto-proot rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donald" New Bungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Large furntahed rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wicke, 124 5 Berctanla Ave.
bmall Blx-room cottogo; gns; fit.
H3G Young street, nboo Keen
moku. Phone lCi'.S. 4424-3t
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Cottage King Place. Tel.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that you don't find every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath .'.... S5.000.00
Lunalilo St.,' corner
Six rooms aad bath, a
beautiful home 4,900.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare barsrain 4.750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Nuuanu Ave. (
Near 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
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. 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
per month. An invest?
, Call in and tee us. Always glad
to show our list.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
Phone 152, ' 82 King St.
Boston Baked Beans. , ,
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead,
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St.
Bioycle shop and general repairing;
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING. OPP. ALAPAI 8T.
C. A. Gunst fc Co.
FORI A3D KING STREETI, .
, ' ro; mat vsuuiu be nu angei. j
M&M4&muUMLto -. arf' a'?.- .U,tuMjkzm$
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