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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FIUDAY, FEB. 4, 1910.
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
A&TS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
On Fort Street'; below;-King . They are exclusive In most
f ' LIMITED .. ,
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For Good Furniture
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1188 FORT STREET
t Telephone 109
..(Cents for the Hudson, Chalmers
uetrolt, Kissel Kar. Oakland, Frank
lin and Pierce-Arrow.
Your machine will be ready lot
jcn'when we lay it will be.- We
don't experiment on an tot j we rejali
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ALEXANDER YOUNG BUTLDIie.
, 5 Telephone 5
,0. H. BEEN has his new 7-seated
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
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Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
"The Best-Built' Oar in America"
YOUR HORSES SHOD
BY SKILLED FARRIERS
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7. W. KERSHNEB
Auto lire Repairing
NEW SEVEN-SEATED LEXINGTON
, By Hour or Trip.
c Jos. Leal
WE WILL WIRE Y0UR; HOUSE FOR
LIGHTS OR BELLS
Union Eledtrio Co.,
I. 0. CARTER,.., ...Proprietor
Harrison Building, Beretanja Street
'' Manila Cigars
M. A. Gufist, & Co.
l ICE .
manufactured from pure' distilled v
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OUUMCE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
' , Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work. , "
KING, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
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Short Stories For
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TIM AND THE MARRIAGEABLE LADIES
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Once, .away back In tlio Ions ago) Into tho houso and slammed anil
tlmo, thero lived In Ireland a, young locked the door, nnd ho ran out of
mn named Tin, Ho woshls mother, J door . ando
s. &jb&v tal,c8t lrco'
I., .1.1 uii ...ii..i . ,,, 1,1. "id sal thero shivering.
and, tWd hi ncktlo and sowed Ills , ft (, , ,
buttons on, and kep his house neat I ' footsteps.
and tidy for Mm, ami they were bo h. K h h
perfect y happy ad contented. But , And
by-and-by Tims mother began to rg0n t0 whom ,ho fooUt
,W,?ld-'d,ny.lyian,'W8cd Immediately looked up to-.ee
11 11 11 lb I1IU1U' US. JUIUVM UIWIl !
collars and tic his necktie and sow his
buttons on and keep his house tidy,
and at last!'
"Tim," Bho sold, "I'm getting old,
nnd It's high tlmo "you wero married
and Had h wife to tako'caro of you."
Now Tim was a bashful youth, and
ho was appalled at'hls mother's words.
"Oh. mother,'' cried he, "I'd much
lather not wear any necktlo or collar,
and when buttons como oft I'll use
safety pins; and I won't caro It the
houso Is never swcptor dusted or
scrubbed, If ouly you won't nsk mo to
go and bring homo a wife."
"Nonsense;' said his mother. "You
don't know what Is good for you.
Thero nre soven marriageable ladles
In tho next town, nnd I wlant-you to
bring me one of them as. a daughter
before tho end of tho month."
Now, Tim was an obedlont youth
and he.always minded his mother, but
Iho thought of .tho seven marriageable
Iadlc3 awaiting him frightened him
almost out of his wits. And the more
ho thought of asking one of them
for her hand tho more nervous ho
Thought, he, "If I ,dlrt, pluck uo suf
ficient courago to go to call on ono
of them I'm suro.Iishould bo so fright
ened at tho Idea of going to see1 the
other sir. Uiat I should ask her at
enco, whether I Jilted hor or not."
At last ho bad an idea, and appeal
Ing to a friend of his who was some
thing of an artUt, ho persuaded him
to undortako the Journey to the next
Ullage and to bring back sketches of
tho soven marriageable ladles.
"After I have seen their pictures It
will be easy to choose," though Tim.
But, nlasl when his friend brought
homo tho pictures Tim did not find It
easy to chooso. Perhaps Tims Ideas
of beauty" wero too lofty; .perhaps
Tim's friend didn't draw very 'well;
perhaps tho seven marriageable ladles
really wero as well as plain and
strango looking as ho mado them. At
any into Tim could not find one
among them whom ho 'would like for a
wife. And In fact tho very Idea of
marrying any of them frightened him,
so that ho couldn't bear to have thefr
pictures around tho houso. So ho
pinned theiri In a row over tho front
door and adways shut his eyes tight
when ho went In and, out. Ho. didn't
daro throw away the pictures, bo-
cause his friend had mado them for
him, and ho didn't want to hurt his
But his mother used ovcry afternoon
to bring her knltlng and talk them
over with her son, and rcclto tho va
rious good qualities that tho various
ladles most probably' possessed. But
still Tim couldn't get up any outhusl
asm at the irorpcct, and couldn't
mako up his' mind. And at last tho
seven marriageable ladles In tho next
Ullage began to wonder why he
didn't como nnd claim tholr hands.
So finally one day, unbeknownst to
each other, all seven of, them set out
for" Tim's houso Id find out tho cause
of his unaccountable, delay. And each
ono brought with hor tho Implement
which Bho used with greatest skill.
One had a guitar, and another had a
broom, and another a workbaskot and
anothfer n' Jar of preserved peaches;
and It so happened that they all ar
rived at tho Identical, momont at the
doorhtop of Tims house.
Hearing, tlio. nolsa of tueir ap
proach, Tim himself camo out to soQ
wluit It was nil , about, but, according
to his usual habt. ho shut his eyes
as ho camo through (ho doroway, .for
fear of seeing tho pictures. So tho
first thing Tim know ho found him
rclt face to fuco with a row of seven
Then each of, tho soven crlod: "O
Ttml Why. havo you bocn bo long
about com(ng ,for us? And why did
you mako mo comq fpr ypuT And
aren't you gla dto boo mo, Tim?"
But Instead of looklpg glad to sco
them, Tim's expression') was such .that
It filled tho seven marriageable ladles
with rago, and they throw nt htm tho
articles they had broug it with them
workbssket. tho pro-
Then Tim fled '
rerves and tuo guitar.
what cauco dtho stradgo commotion
It would not hayo been a very ter
rifying person to anybody but Tim.
It was' just a young' milkmaid, with
rosy checks and bright eyes and black
hair and white teeth, who had lost her
cow, and then had lost herself look
ing for tho cow.
"Go away!" cried Tim, In a loud
volco. "It's no use your following
me out hero. I Just won't! So'thcro!"
and ho shut his eyes In dctcrmlna-
"Won't what?" asked th cmllkmald,
In pollto surprise.
Now, the milkmaid's volco was very
soft and sweet, and It did not sound
ltko tho volco or any of tho marriage
able ladies, so Tim opened his eyes
very cautiously and looked dbwn at
the milkmaid.' And 'when he Baw her
rosy cheeks and bright eyes nnd black
hair and whlto teoth, tie scrambled
down that tree ns quick as a mlnuto
and fell on one kneo beforo her,
"Oh, lovely mallkmaidt" said ho,
"Will you bo my wlfo, nnd Iron my
collar, aand tlo'my necktie, and sew
on- my buttons and keep my houso
tidy for mo?"
"Well, I I don't know," said tho
"Because," said Tim, "thero aro
seven marrlagcnblo ladles In tho next
village, nnd If iyou won't marry mo,
I'll havo to marry them."
"Then I will," said the milkmaid.
So tho two started homo, hand In
hand; and half 'way thero they met
Tim's mother. '
"O Tim!" cried sho, agHast at, hor
sons lack of welcome to tho seven
ladles, "how could you bo so thought
less! Yhy .didn't you think of your
poor mother? '
"Why, .mother," said Tim, "I havo
ben, thinking of you. Seo tho lovely
daughter I'vo brought you."
"TIs not of tho daughter I was
thinking." said his mother, "but you
left, tho houso and locked the front
daor and the back door, and I've had
to sit o ntho lawn all day .arid look
at the pictures of tho seven eligible
ladles; nnd Just now a strango cow
with black and whlto spots camo
along and .ato up tho pictures."
Then tho milkmaid clapped hor
hands with Joy. "I's my cowl" sho
Eo Tim and tho milkmaid wore mar
ried, and they Invited the soven mai
rlageablo ladles to bo bridesmaids;
nut they wouldn t come. Still the
cow camo, and stayed, and was fully
PEACE AND HARMONY
Negotiations between the city and
county supervisors and the board of
park commissioners In relation to
tho performance of some necessary
work on roads In Kaplolant Park
have been concluded to tho satlsfac
tlon of all concerned."
Peace nnd harmony prevail whero
once threatened the storm clouds or
opposition and contention. Chair
mini Qulnn-'ot the county road com
mittee has filed a report at the city hall
In, which ho states that the park
commissioners are willing to work
with tho supervisors and carry out
any reasonable suggestion towards
tho repairing of roads In tho park.
Assurances from Henry 13. Cooper of
tho park board were to the effect
that tho work would 'bo done at
LOWREY LAND IS
NEEDED FOR STREET.
A strip of Und iltuatcd at Kewnto
and' now known as Curtis' street, be
ing about flvo hundred feet in length
and thirty feet wide, may rovert to tho
CUy and County of Honolulu provided
a satisfactory financlat arrangement is
framed up between tho city fathers and
tho present owner, Mr. Lowroy. Tho
Supervisors havo passed a resolution
that tho City and County Attornoy pro
cure a deed for tho strip. It will uo
converted Into a public thoroughfare;
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N. G. M WILL NOT
Kauai Will Be Well
The N. 0. II. will not partlclpato
In tho military section of tho Floral
Day I'orade, ns previously stated,
but wilt assist the various commit
tees In charge of the evening's en
tertainments. A. letter has been received by the
secretary of the Flornl Parade,- In
which It Is stated that tho Island of
Kauai will be well represented. A
princess has not' (is yet been select
ed to, represent this 'Island, but" C. S.
Dole Is handling this Important mat
ter with great zeal and expects' to
namo tho honored lacy Jn tho course
of a few dnys. This' horse which
will carry the princess from Kauai
has been selected and has been1 pro
nounced a beauty by all who havo
seen It. . -
a. P. Cooke has' returned to Mo
lokal to complete the plans which
nre now well under way.
The Mauna ICcn duo hero Satur
day, should bring news of tho com
pletion of the plans for-Hawaii. This
Island Is to be well represented, nnd
as she Is tho largest In the group,
great things -arc cxpectrd of her. It
Is anticipated that sho will, eclipse
all the other Islands mt the forth
coming Flornl Fete, as sho Is proving
to bo a .dark Horse.
Tho Floral Parade Committee hove
asked tho Bulletin to print tho fol
lowing notice: "Everybody who In
tends to enter a car-lor tho Flornl
Parado will please ooUfy tho secre.
tary as toon as possible, ,so that
somo Ides.oX-. Xbo inuajber and site
of' tho cars may be ascertained, nnd
adequate arrangements, made as re
gards their classification.
Mr, II. N, Denlson has been .se
lected as marshal' of the Floral Day
Parade. Th'ls Important post was' of
fered to Mr. Dcnlsort ,by Director
General Harold Dillingham -yesterday,
Tho following named aides have
been selected by Mr.npcnlson: -Lester
Pctrle, Ilenjnmlp -H.'' Clnrko, n.
F. Clarke, A. Mi llurtt. As all of
thero possess fine horses tho assem
bling of tho vnrlaus divisions ,qf tho
pnrado will bo undertaken expedite-
ly and with mllltnry precision.
J, It. Gait, chairman of the fin
ance, committee, has matters well In
hand and already funds nro begin?
nlng'to pour In to swoll. the cotters of
tho .committee, bo that expenses may
be mot without undue,' dolny. Tho
uusiness men ana private inuiviauais
of Honolulu and outlying districts
nro responding to the Invitation to
eubscrlbo towards defraying tho ex
penses of tho Floral Day .Pa'rado.-
MAY EXTEND LINES.
Tho City and County Board of Sup
ervisors aro satisfied with tho propo
sition mado by tho Honolulu Ittjpld
Transit and I-and Company tlint.tbey
bo given tho privilege of extending
tholr lines by tho building of a spur
track on tho Ala Moana Itoad jm-1
Naval Dock No. '2. Tho purpose of tho
tr'nek Is to tap tho coal yards at 'tho
local naval ctatlon nnd afford a ready
means of conveyaiica for fuel from the
yard to tho wharf.
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