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BVENINO DUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, '09.
Is. Call up .
Nuuanu and 1'aunliL Sts.
plione C97 it you want a cook,
good boy or sorvants.
M. Ucda, Japanese Employment Of
fice. Alapal St., near llerctnnla.
Uathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. Hfi2 Kmmn. 4108-lm
UULLUTIM AUb PAY
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: IB a. m , 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Wa)
ligations 17:30 a. ra., 9:15 a. m.
"11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 320 p. m.
5:16 p. m., 9:30 p. m, ,11:00 p. m
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
8:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahnku,
IWalalua and Walanae S:36 a." m
..6:31 p. in.
Arrive in Honolulu from Ewa Mill
nd Pearl City t7MC a. m., 8:3i
a. m., 10:38 n. m, l:4Q p. m, 4:3I
v m., c:3l p. m, 7:30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a, m. and !: p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Ilalelwa United, a two-houi
train (only first class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu eery Sunday
nt 8:22 r m.j returning, arrives In
llonolulr at JO'10 D. m. Tho Limited
stops oMy nt Pearl City nnd Walanae
Q. P. -DKNISON, F. C. n&UTH.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIBT.
At Your Grocer's.
Chas. R. Frazier
i'hone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of elty by
0AIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewato. Telephone 828.
At AU Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands, '
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., HoEnlsdn!
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pei
hundred in 10-lb. lota
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF AU KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY COODS
FORT and Ql'FC.N ST8.
Bamboo Furniture Hade to Order,;
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETAHIA ST.
P. H. BURNETTE
'Com'r. of Deeds for California Kud
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
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Co., 1250 Alapal 8t. Telephone
Duisenberg & Farrar, Architects, 62-
63 Alexander Young
fee Sing Kee-Plamber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Is the kind that will resist wear.
The patterns arc beautiful in every
respect, and the prices are within
reach of eveiyone.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
115 Hotel St.
J AVID DAYTON
137 MERCHANT STREET.
Tiat.Aln.. ..alJ.liM. nMlMAnl mtr
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nated at Pawati on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric liut and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park Jots and improved
sropcrty at Hauala and 'other prop
erty. Woman's Exchange
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Port.
Rosc3, Carnations and other Cut
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The Honolulu Florist.
Young Building. Tel. 330.
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ORY GOODS AND FURNISHING
BOODS of EVERY DE- '
- " SCRIPTION.
Territorial Board of
Office 4Q Stangewald BIdg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS, AND 'CIGARS
W. 0. DEBGIN. Proprietor.
WAN CH0NG 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. ' lack Roberts
1S5 editorial rooms JJ5G bu"
ness office. These are the telephone
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Novelized From Eugene
Walter's Great Play
JOHN W. HARDING
CoP) rljht, 1908. by C. W. Dilllnf htm Ca.
"t-1-fnrgot. Hieuip inc." he tnut'
lered Milkllj,, looking null lined.
Hmllh spoke t.p. Ills winning stn!e
lighting tils face:
"You know. It's been nn all tired hot
day Jut the kind of ve.ithcr wheu
about every mother's son Is on edge.
Nnw. Joe. he slipped a cog, and that
ort of put the whole confounded ma
thine out of gejr. Including the enp
tain. Hut now, you see, It's Just all
"Posslhly. As far as I'm concerned
1 must be going." declared Mrs. Har
' "Indeed, ycsl" chirped Dcth.
Iirooks now, his rage having spent
Itself and his bravado fizzled out, was
"11" ho began.
Hut the words choked in hi throat,
and, picking up his hat, lie" hastened
our "f tho rbom and the flat.
"Will you please toko-us away, cap
in' ." requested Mrs. Harris.
' 'list a moment," he said. "Mrs
I'.K'oks, I'm almighty sorry about
what happened just now."
"1 I'd rather you wouldu't speak of
It," sho told him.
"Perhaps I have been n little hard."
he said earnestly and apologetically
"I want you all to understand that
"Please please, cnpfnln or mv mil.e,"
' she pleaded.
I'vo lived a hard llfo with hard peo.
pie. Since 'tho day I shipped before
the mast In a north Tactile sealer I
lenrned what a cuff nnd a blow was:
whit rotten grub, the scurry and nil
them things me int. nnd I knew that
the only thing between them tiling
and comfort, decency nnd the reaped
of fulks nns money. I started to ge(
money, and maybe I hnc been a lit)
tie hard-Juit a little hard."
"No one would all you easy, cap
tain," agreed Stultli
"Anyway, Mrs. Iirooks," continued
Williams, "Joe keep his Job. and l(
uln't going to inako u bit of difference
"Not the least?" she nsked. with
"Certainly not," said Mrs. Harris.
"Joe." declared Reth languidly, "was
absurd, tie quite bores inc."
Smith xnillcd at hrr and Injected a
good deal of Irony into his tone as bo
"Yes. you looked as If Bomettitng
wns nrons. neth."
The captain approached Mrs. Brooks
with an attempt nt pallautry (hit was
elppunntlne mid grotesque nnd seized
Iut hand, which she suffered to re
main limply lu hts clasp.
"Well. Mrs. Iirooks." ,bo said. "If
It's nil squared you will come'' riding
with ua. won't you?"
"Not tonight. You will excuse me,"
"Certainly," he assured her, warmly
shaking) her baud an though It were a
pufiiro handle, "Good night."
"Good ulght," she nuswered.
Then she ndrjiiccd to receive the
parting kisses of ber mother and sis
ter, which were n good deal Tens cor
dial than those with which they had
greeted her on their urrhal. Their
ovulatory reserves seemed to havo
been kept In cold storage during the
The fact that In the engrossing cere
mony of leaio taking with Mrs. Iirooks
ever body forgot to bo polite enougli
to say good night to Smith did not
rulllc bis etiuaulmlty In tbo least.
II KN the- door had closed
liehlud the visitors Mrs
Iirooks und Smith cat
down nnd gazed at each
other in sllcnu for Homo niliiuti'i.
"Well?" exel'ilmid Kimnt, Inlerrog
ntlyly,. nt Instt
VJL mw IClEr
r a m .
"Well," he repllcil. ' between ynn
nnd me. Joe (ante as tienr getting
sklnmd alive n nnj' one I eer aw "
"It was terrible!"
"it was terribly true. Ton sacd
"The captain must like you. I nevet
did thltik he could like anybody."
"I halo him!" she declared, with a
grlmaco of dlgut. "Ugh, whit a
"Maybe, and maybe not." he mused
"I can't Just make him nut."
At this Juncture the front door
opened nrd Brooks entered.
I saw them drive off." he said, drop
ping Into a chair. "I hope they will
stay nwny In future That mother
and sister of youri mike me tired! I
can't stand for them, nnd, what's more.
t won'tl They'd drive a saint to drink,
nnd I'm no saint nnd don't purposo to
Ills wlfo began to reproach htm for
his attack upon Captain WIILhms nnd
for his general III humor during tho
evening, but he cut her short sharply:
"Wo won't talk nbout that! Not a
word, you understand? Not from you
or any one clc. That's final!"
"Very well: It's dropped." sho said
and. angry at last in turn, roso nnd
went to her room.
Indifferently he watched her go, then
turned to Smith.
"Got anything to smoke, .llmsyi" ho
"No," he replied, fumbling In bli
pockets, "as usual, I'm Just out, but
I'll run around to tho corner store and
get some cigars."
Left alone. Iirooks began to give way
to the uneasiness and apprehension
that bad followed upon his scene with
"1 wonder If Williams w III .fire me."
ho muttered. "If lie doesn't It's on ac
count of Umtun. lie acted as If he'd
go a long ways for Knrau."
tie wns anxious to know what had
happened after his brusque departure
tic went Into the bedroom and found
his wife In teirs.
"Don't cry, Uinmn." he said soothing
ly, going to her nnd taking her In li I
uniit. "1 didn't mem to hurt your
feelings. I know I've got n fierce
grouch on tonight, but 1 can't help It
So would you lime one If jou'd hid to
nut up with what 1 haxe today ."
Mrs. Brooks was one of those sweet
Matured women who could not sullc for
more thnn five inlnntes If they tried.
It needed but his caress nnd nppircut
contrition to dispel her resentment
"You certainly lmo Ind cause to
worry, dear." she assented.
"After what's happcued tonight I'll
bnc to bunt nuother Job." he said.
-But I don't care. I'm glad I told the
beast what I thought of him. Some
day somebody '11 tell him what they
think of hi in nrd plug him, too, as
Mire ns he's born." ,
I'Yonll not bac to hunt for another
Job jet dwhlle," she told lilui. "'the
captain said he would overlook It and
that It wouldn't make any difference."
Her husband looked at her lu aston
ishment, half incredulous.
"lie said thatV"
"Yes, and I'm glad It's turned out as
it has, for tiow we'd manage if you
were out of work Just now goodness
knows. 1 don't!"
"Just how did he put It?"
"Ho said he was almighty sorry for
what hud occurred, tint ho knew he
had Ueeu hard nt times nnd that as
far ns jour plate and we wcro con
cerned tin re would be no change."
Brooks' tellef showed lu his facc.-
"Well, that knocks me." he comment
ed. "Nobody clue ever bucked up
against him urd got off scot free. 1
can't uiulcrstui d It. Did your mother
put In n word for me?"
. "Then It's 5011 who must bae a pull
lie died right down when you spoke
to him. 1 inner woujd liao bellexed
such u thing. If jou'hud beeu u uuu
standing there In frout of him he'd
haw smasht d you. Darn It, I won
dcr who's ringing now? Cnu't be
Jliusj; he hasn't bad time to gtt to the
t.trcct at the gait be goes.
He weut to luo head of the stairs
and iiett messenger boy who was
bearing a letter and had roiehed lu
struptlous to watt fur nil answer.
"Sure!" he exclaimed Joyfully us be
perused tho missive, "Tlrkled to
death! Go and get your 'thlugs on,
C.runm. It's from Beatrice' Lungley
and Wllllo I'erguson. Willie's ghlug
a sort of thciitenparty. and they uuut
us to go with them. There's goln to
be a little supper afterward."
Sho shook her bead,
"Tell tiiem wo cuu't go."
"Can't go! Why uot?" J
"I simply can't."
"I don't sec w by."
"Well, then. I won't; so there! You'd
better make some excuse,"
'"Write It yourself, then." ho said,
Irritated and deeply disappointed. "I'm
not going to lie to lliem.'-
Without another word sho fetched
some writing material. Indited tho
note and sent It off by the messenger,
"What's the matter? Arc you sore
ocr what happened tonight?" be de
"No, I'm not sore. Joe."
"Then why enn't jou go?" i
"Because I .can't. That's all!"
"1 think you might If you didn't
wirtit to go youniclf you might havo
ncccptcd for my sake. I never get
any amusemeut. and you'ro always
"When do I complain, nud of what?"
"It's the selfish way )ou net, 1 mean,
for, once we get 'a chance to go nnd
fee mdecent show end afterward lute
a supper party, jou get Bore. You
simply don't want to go, You haven't
an) consideration for me'
Burning with Indignation, she went
up to him nnd fumil him to look her
In tie fin
(To be Continued.)
ir.iMt,t.K ism x
Fort wnooriNO cough, croup.
ASTHMA, COUCIIS. BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DirHTIIERIA
Vaporlltd Croln HoM tjw P'""""'
Ml hoop ns C-mh LiifdmW imp tifl
ri.tt wKf Creiolcn il otfJ It U diiftllf
tn bom ind Utfl. rilling bi'ilhma tur in mm
ett of cold, I nw(Srt llie loe thiol! nl ill U
couch. Il It a boon lo luScrrrl Itom Atthma
Ct cotfaa II a potrral gtmicioV. acting lUi
M a tv.alive and pievtfilirn in eonlairoii, diKMf,
CraoUn'a t"l lecomnKmlalioa I, til thiil?
yrkil ot lucctfuul Die
Fm SiU W Q DwtUU
StnJ Po hi Af DfKrta.
Threat TabUti, ainiola
and tnntniDt for tha It
r laird Ihroat 10c.
Tit Vasa Crnolfft C.
tl Fal'n Slxtl,
Maw Tatlt CH.
SAYS LOCA L0R0WERS
CAN CONTROL MARKET.
Urges That Orientals Should Not Be
Allowed to becurc important
Hacc in Industry.
In the courso of n talk )csterduy by
George I). McClellau before thu nic-iii-hers
of the Merchants' Ansoclntlon, thu
secretary tu tho Delegate to Con
gress utilised, strongly iignlnst tiny
policy that would tend toward tho
leasing of plnenpplo lands to Orient
als, referring to thu Jnpanoeu in par
ticular. McClellau stated that It was
extremely dtfllcult ti prevail iiKin
Congress to ndopC tho present favor
able plneapplo schcdiilo thnt It now
Incorporated In 'the l'ane tariff law
and that In tho oicut thnt thu tariff
wns roilscd In tho future nnd the pine
apple Industry lu' Hawaii wns found
tu bo lurgcly lu tho hands of tho Or
ientals It could not bo expected that
Congress would glio tho Territory fa
orablo consideration In thu wny of n
tariff to bo Imposed on toiclgn pro
ducts. McClellan slated that tho outcome
of tho tnilft work at tho last session
would mean an Increase of from $100,
om) to t250,(M)0 itepjcir for tho Indur
try In Hawaii and that tho local grow
ers can now control tho mainland mar
ket. McClellau staled that thu great
i st obstaclo encountered In connection
with tho consideration of the' plncni
pic tntlff at Washington was tho fact
Hint Oriental labor UVeniplojed on tho
plantations which ho stnted was ot
coiirro n necessity at tho prerent time.
Ho urged that u concerted effort should
ho liindo to prcicnt lenics tin plneii
plo lauds from railing Into thu hands
of the Jn'panese.
Iteferrtug to coastwise suspension,
"I want to say that as secretary to
tho Delcgato ami icprvscntutlio of
this body nl Washington, I do not con
rider It m plaro to viaku nny rcconi
inendntlons or to try to ftirmulato nny
policies, but lather to assist thu Dele
gate lu cnrr)lng out tho wishes of tho
peoplo of Hawaii.
"There Is n stiong clement among
you favoring coastwise suspension;
lliero is an element opposing It. Tliero
liiust be no dlilded front. Tho worst
showing which Hawaii has iii.uk at
Washligton lu enrs was last year
v.heti co.istwlso suspension was being
"The peoplo should get togethor nnd
prepare n statement of what Is needed
I mini way of Incrcnsed transportation
facilities. This list bhoultl Im submit'
tctl to thu Malum Navigation Company
and t tho American Hawaiian com
pany and tlitiHii companies, rliould bo
asked to return nn answer b Decem
ber 1, as to what they can do toward
nit et lug tho conditions.
"Thcro nru roiuo who bclloio that
theso two romp.inlcs can fuiulsh Ha
waii with tho transportation facilities
which sho tequlrcs. If so, mi much
lliu beltei, theru mo no mnro loyal
Ainei leans any where thnn nro to lie
fiiuiid In Hawaii. '
'.What Hawaii wants Is Increased
transportation facilities. If, tho Mut
ton Navigation Company and tho
American Hawaiian company enn fur
nish' leusonablo assurance Hint they
will proildo us good or better accom
modations than would bo hccured by
tho suspension of tho coastwise law,
tho tlchlretl end would -bo accomp
lished. On tho other hand, should tho
companies diclluii to pioiulso such ac
commodations, tho Delogato would bu
in n fur better position fu urgo const
wlso suspension when ho goes befino
Congress next session.
ap-Tor Bale' oardl at Bullatln.
$2,750 Large Cottatre in good
condition and well painted, Three
bed looms, electric litrhts, sewer.
Corner lot 50x150. Fruit trees. On
Ktakini Hoad, near car. Bargain,
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldg, 74 S, King St.
l.jdj, ir, years' experk
cashier, typewriter, ofli
ger, general offlco work,
position. What can you
Best icforelices (Coast).
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suicd i'or particulars npph 1.
I! 11 Strnuch, Attnrncj-nt-I-aw,
Wii'ited -Young nun to learn short
hand nt Y. JI. C A. night school.
Graduates iiHuisted to good posi
tions. Cull or address 'Secretary
Y M C. A. 447-21
Wanted Competent oookkecper,
four months only : out of town
Address Alexander &.
Ltd, Mdse. Dcpt.
Sccond-hiind half-gallon mlneo meat
Jars. Will nay K,c each. Tho
JamMVctory, 181 Hotel St.
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged rcnl
cstato security. Address 184B,
A rcllnlilo and Intelligent tlrhcr for
n milk wngon. Address Pond
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Jnpancso Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzic, 1437 Auld
Lane. Phone 1GC4.
Largo enmeo brooch, between Puna
hou nnd city. Return 1808 Punn
hon. Howard. 442S-3t
Hlk Pin Dlnmond setting In head.
Finder return to this ofllco nntl
receive icward. 4420-2t
Lady's purse, with Initial L.
turn to this timce. 14
Added to thd Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Camden, X.J. "It iswltli plea-vure
that I add my testimonial to your
already long list honing that It may
induce others to avail themselves of
this valuable niedl-
Comtioutul. I stif.
rercii irom terrtbio
hcadaciies, pain in
, . ...
back and right
weak I could hardly
stand. Lyilla !.
bio t'oinpoiinil re.
stored me to health
aud mado me feel llko u now Jierson,
and it snail always nave my praise."
Mrs. W. T. Valkntine, 002 Lincoln
Avenue, Camden, X. .1.
(larillner, Ale. " I was a great suf
ferer from a fenmlo disease. TIiu dor
tor said I would linvo to go to the
hospital for an operation, but LjdlaK.
Piukham'a A'tgetable Compound com.
pletely cured mo in three months."
Mits. fe. A. Wii.mams It. 1 1). Xo. 14,
Ilox SO, Oardiner Me.
Uec.tuse your case Is n dllllcult one,
doctors having douo you no good.
do not continue to suffer without
giving I.jdla V.. I'lnkham's Vegetnblo
Coinouiulu trial. It surely h is cured
ninny cases of feinalo Ills, such ns in
flitnmatlon, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic
pains, backache, tint hearing-down
leriiug, iiiuigusiiou, uizziiiess, auu iit-r
vous prostration. It rostb but .1 tritlo
to try it, nntl the result is worth mil
lions to many suffering women.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
and other '
17R BEnETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Bulletin Business Ofllcc Phone
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone
old; can ou s
IMrnlshctl front loom; '10 per
month. Small housekeeping
room, suitable for one person, $8
per month, at 1603 Nuuanu St.
Desirable moquIto-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mnc
donnld" New Bungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Two furnished looms; modern; "pp.
Itoynl Hawaiian Hotel; slnglo or
en suite; good neighborhood. Tel.
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. K. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Beretanla Ave.
i-niull six room cottago; gas; $11.
H3G Young street, above Keen
moku. Phono ISfiS. 4t2l-3t
700 Quarry St
, cor. Alapal.
4 1 25-1 W
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrt.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Cottage King Plnce.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances ' that you don't find cvciy
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Six rooms and bath, a
beautiful home 4,900.00 '
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain 4,750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,1200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre "
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right ,
down tewn 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; fne ,
rooms. Lot 50x130. . 2,000.00
Near Waialac Hoad: five
t-nrtma oiirl tintri T.nf 5
50x236. Don't miss F
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money, . 1.000,00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Itcnt $10.00
per month. An invest
uueen St. ,
Four rooms. Worth
Call in and tec us. Always glad
to show our list. '
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTDI
Phone 152. , 82 King St.,
Boston Bakwd Beans. t ,
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 plated work.
K10. 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
lfi. editorial rooms 5G husl.
ness cf.lce. These are tha telepMn
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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