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15VEN1NC IIUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY. 1KT1. 12. 1010.
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CoMflffht. I9C8 hj ihf f!cCtur Ccm.
i rn tcp tij.i'. t.c; i o, by
S iin Lijuwi t' H
(To Be Continued)
"Wpil, Mv ... ,-n ". i In pill i
UltllS nf lill'PH ihivvtl l i illliK, Willi
ImiMllH between I! I'll til hull) Ill, III-;.,
111 the tleeber UlUl-lV"
' "It vmilil" miM )-de.
"Whyf hn't It done. llien7
, "Who 'would do llV rntinlercd Orde.
"If Daly dtil It fur lntntiee. then nil
the rcs fit theilrlvers vvenld Ki't 111"
ndrnntntre of It for mulling."
"Ret them to pay .their sharo."
Ordo prlnned. "I'd IIU- in hoc you
Ret nny three men to ngn-c to nny
thing on thin rlVrr."
"How many flrnn drive loss on tliW
"Ten," replied Ordo nil limit lieslla
"How tunny do tliey employ?"
"About noil men."
"Now. suppose" Nevvmnrtt leaned
forvviird-"Atiiposo n Urni (dionld he
organized to drive nil the lo,r on the
river. Suppose It Improved- the river
vltli piers ami dam, so tint the driv
ing would he easier. Couldn't It drive
with less than COO men niul mive mon
ey?" "It mlcht." ncreed Onle.
"If wtcli n Urni Klionld he nrsnnlyod
to drive the loss fur the-e ten firm nt
no much n thousand, do jqu suppose It
i would set the hD-dneiO"
"It would depend nn the clrlvlns
Orm." said Orde. "i'mi see. uilli uieu
hnvv many ntell Itiero are, nml what It
roam for wase. Kitih. tool, We'll Jmt
hnve to llcure in near n we enn to the
netunl cost nnd then niTit n margin for
jirollt mid for Interest on our Invest
ment." Amanda now announced dinner.)
Nevvinurk looked puzzled and nil he
nro?e slalieed xiirrepllllotisly nt liW
wnteh. Orde .eeiued to lake Hie sum'
nlons ns one to lie etpoetrd. however.
In fact, the Hiranse hour was the
usual Sunday ciikIoiii In the Itrddlns
of Hint day and had to do with Hie
Into--hurcli freedom of Amanda nnd
"Como In nnd eat with us," Invited
Hut Newmark declined.
"Come up touiurrciw tilsht. then, nt
half past il for supper." Orde urged,
lilii). "We can figure on these things
i ii little." '
rilINK I'll so ee .Tnne ntibhard
this evening." Orde reiimri.cd in
Ills mother us' he arose from the
livery Sunday Jane Uubhard offered
to all uliu e.iuie n "Sunday night
lunch." and the refreshments were
served by the guests themselves.
Orde found nboiit the usual crowd
gathered, .lane herself, tall, deliberate
,in movement and In speech, kindly
nnd thoughtful, talked In n corner
with Hrnest Colhuru. who was Just
out of college niul who worked In n
bank. Orde. standing In the doorway,
looked upon quite tile usual thing,
only ho missed the IncuUis. Search'
lug the room with his eyes, he nt
length discovered that Incoherent, des
iccated, but persistent join Ii ls-n-vl.s
with n sir.mger. Orde made out the
while of her uuvvn In the shadows, llio
willowy outline of her sinnll nml slen
der figure nnd the gracious forward"
bend of her bend,
"So 'you're buck nt last, are you.
Jack?" drawled Jane In her lazy, good
natured way "Come nnd meet Miss
Ulslmp Carroll, I want In present Mr.
Onle bowed ceremoniously. The girl
Im lined siiieefnlly her small head
with the glosjy hair. The Incubus,
his sallow face, twisted In n wry
smile, held in the edge of his chair
with characteristic pertinacity.
"Well, Walter," Ordo addressed him
genially, "are you having n good
Ills chair was planted squarely to
cxcludo nil others. Orde surveyed the
situation with good humor.
"Oolns to keep the other fellow from
getting n chance, 1 see."
Orde bent over and, Willi great ease,
lifted Incubus, chair nnd nil. mid set,
It 1 in facing Mlguouuc Smith nnd the
"Here. Mlgnoune," said he, "I've
brought jou another nsslstnut."
II returned to the lamp to Dnil the
gill, her d.irk eyes nllght with amuse
ment, wmrhlng him Intently.
"Walter U a very bright man In Ills
own line." said Orde, swinging for
waul u chair, "hut lie mustn't be al
lowed any monopolies,"
"How do 70U know I wnnt'Wm so
summarily removed?'1 the ghl nsked
"Wo'l," argued Orde, "I got him to
lay all liavcr"snys to any girl, 'Yes,
' . z.yA.-LVL-&iyp.H,' ."' : '
Imvo got to have their logs. . Tboy
can't nfTonl to take chances. Ii would
'Then Hint's nil right," ngrred New
mark, with n gleam of satisfaction
across his thin face, "Would you
form n partnership with me having
such an object In view?"
"I 'guess jou don't realize the situa
tion." said he. "We'd have to hate n
few little thill" like illslrllmtln?
booms nnd tugs nnd n lot of tools nnd
supplies nnd works of various kinds."
"Well, we'd get them."
"How much nre you worth?" Orde
Inquired bluntly. '
.Twenty tho'iisand dollars. How
much capital would We have to b.ive?"
Orde thought for several minutes.
"We would need somen here near
$7.".0U0," lie fstlmafed nt last.
"That's easy," cried Newmark,
"We'll make n stock company say
100.000 shares. We'll keep Just enough
between us to control the company
rny ni.000. I'll put In my pile, mid jou
can pny-fer yours out of the earnings
of the company."
"That ilcen'l sound fair."
"You piij' Interest." explained New
llltll U. '"I bell We'll sell the rest of the
slink to mine the rest of the money."
"I must' have something to live on."
said Orde thoughtfully at last.
"So must I." sold Newmark. "We'll
Iiavu to pay outm'Ivci salaries, of
course, but Hie Mnaller the better nt
tlrVt. You'll hnve lo Inke charge nf the
men nnd the work nnd nil the rest of
II. I don't know anything nboiit that.
I'll n I tend In the Incorporating nml the
routine, nnd I'll try to plnce the stork.
You'll have tn see first of nil whether
jouVnn get rontmrjH from the logging
llrius lo drive the logn."
"How can I felt what to charge
"We'll have to figure that very close
ly. You know where thee different
(lilies would slnrl from mid bow Ion;
each of lliem'would inke?"
"Well, then, we'll figure how many
ilnjs' drhlmi there Is for enelij. nnj
Indeed!' so you couldn't have nny mora
conversation from him. llesldcs, t
wmit lo talk to you myself."
"Do you nlwnys get what you want?"
Inquired the girl.
"Auy one can get anything he wnnts
If only lie wants It bad enough," bo
"Some people." she "nmctidcd. "How-,
ever I forghe you. I will even Hat
ter you by saying I nm glad you ciiine.
You look to luiti reached Hie age of
dUcretlon. 1 i future to sny that theso
boys' Idea of n lively evening Is to
throw bread about the tnble."
Orde Hushed it little. The Inst tlmo
he had supped nt June HuUbard's that
was exactly what they did do. ' t
"They are young, of course," ho said,
"nnd jou uud I nre very old nnd wise."
"Now, tell me. wbado Jou do?"
"What do 1 TTo?" nsked Orde, puz
rled. "Yes. Kverybmly docs something
out west here."
"I'm n river driver Just now."
"A river drher?" she repeated.
"Wh.v. I'e Just bisin hearing u great
deal iiliout you from Mrs. llaggs."
"Oh!" said Orde. "Then you know
what n drunken, swearing, worthless
lot of toughs we nre. don't you?"
"There Is Hell's Half Mile," she re
"Oh, jes," said Orde bitterly. "there's
Hell's Half Mile! Whose faut Is that?
My rhernicn's my boys? lnok here!
I supiHise yoif couldn't understand It If
you tried ii month. Hut suppoo you
were working out In the woods nine
until lis of the year Suppuso you t-lcpt
tn rough blankets nn the ground or In
bunks, iito rough ford, never' saw n
womiiii or a book, undertook work to
rare your illy men up n tree, risked
jour life ii dozen limes n week In n
tangle nf lugs, with the big river ronr
Ing behind Just waiting to swnllow
jou; saw nothing but woods nnd river,
were eo!d ni'd hungry mid net and so
tired jou couldn't ulsgle. And then
rupiose jou hit town, whero there
were nil the things j-ou hadn't had.
nml lb.e Mini thing you struck was
Hell's Half Mile. Say, you'vo been fil
ter liplilr.il n Jim. haven't ymiT Water
power'n n good thing In n mill course,
whero It lias wheels to turn, buMie
hind, n Jam It Just rips things. V)h.
what's the use tall.tng? A girl doesn't
know what It means. She iiaildu't un
derstand," "I think I begin to understand n III
lle," said she softlj-, "11111 they are u
heartless las In spile of all their
(ourage. nreu'l they?"
"Heartless:" exphded Crde. "There's,
no l.lmler lot uf men on earth. There
Isn't n man on I hat, river who doesn't
chip In five or ten dollars when a man
Ij hurl or killed, nnd that menus three
or four diys' haul work for him. And
lie may not know or llko I lie Injured
man at nil. Why"
"What's all the excitement?" drawl
ed Jane Hubbard behind them. "Can't
jou iiinke It ii lo be continual lu our
next? We're most starved."
"Yes, Indeed!" chimed the Incubus.
The company trooped out to the din
ing room, wheie'the tabic, spread with
nil the goid things, n waited them.
To Ordo's relief no one threw nny
brend, although the whole hearted fu.il
gicw boisterous enough before the
ilosc of the meal.
In spite of her half scornful refer
ences tn""brcud throwing" Miss Illshup
Joined with evident plcnsuru lu the
After the meal was Untitled Orde,
with determination, made Ids way to
Miss tllshep's side. She turned to
the piano, struck n few chords, nml
then, her long hands wandering Idly
and softly up nnd down the kej's, she
smiled ut them over her shoulder.
Song followed Ming, nt tlrst quickly,
then nt longer Intenuls. The girl still
Bn'.. ni !''!.' .l!,2""i "pr 1!''ilv' .thrown
lu uud out ut iuelo.ll.i urn I uiodilla-
I'.I'lM'q; filfif i(fllf' fllill fir Clt
tliis, Orde finally saw only the shim
mer of l.er white llgure uu I the white
uiltilne of tier head mid thicat At
laut hi r !::ii id Ml l:i hvr lap She sat
looking Ktinlght ahead'iif her
Oldc emue to her
"Thai was n uouderfully trnutrul
thing." mid he "Wlml was II?"
She turned lo him. mid he saw that
the iiioi king had gone from 1km- eyes
nt'd tm tub. lent In,: them quite simple,
like u child's.
He hi-tltalid' nnd stammered nwk-
litdly "It wnsVo still and soothing
I." tpa.Ie im think of the river some
tlu.es nbotil dit'k Vi'hat was i?"
"It wai-u't nnjt!ili2. I wns trjpro
vising." j V
:You made It up yourself?" . - '
"it wis myself. I rupoe. I love
to build myself a garden nnj wander
on until I Iokp niyrlf lu It. I'm glad
tlierv was n rlier lu.the gnrdcti-n nice,
still. twi:i.:ht rlrer"
At this moment the outside doer
cpc'ticd to ndnilt Mr. nnd Mrs Huv.
Vml. who land, ncrnriU'.i'; to their usual
.'undny custom, been rpet'dlng the
ei'-'liliig with n neljlibnr. The com
pany Is'gllll to bleak up.
Onle puslinl his ln'uiiil shouiders In
to scieen Carroll Dlshop from the nth
"Arcryoii staying here?" he nsked.
"I'lu visiting Jane."
"Are you going' to be here long?"
wns Orde's uext question.
"A'hnut n mouth,''
VI nm coining to see you." nnnounccd
Orde. "flood night."
Ho took her hard, dropped It mid
followed the others lulo the hall, leav
ing her standing by the lamp. Klie
wiitehed him uptll the outer door hid
closed behind liltn. June Hubbard, re
turning nru-r n uintueui from the Irill.
found her at the plauii ngalu. her head
slightly one side. ilnjlug "I'll ptlurul
nnd nceiinile exneiiiess n simple one
Itenehlug his home. Orde walked
confidently to the niirmw stair uud
nsieuiled them. Siiliioiiloiily he
illolilid the irenkhig hti p but 'iitlde
bis mother's dm.r he htnppisl, niicstcd
by u gu-elliig from v.llliln.
"That you. JuckV" queilid (irnnJmn
Tor nnsuer (Irile entered, lie made
out the great square bed nt:d illiluel
the tiny llgure of his moiher
'Mother." said lie nbriipily. "I've
met the girl I want for my wife."
Or.indma Orde sat up lu le.l,
"Wlio U she?" Kile ile.li Hided.
"Her name Is CnVrnll lllilmp," said
Onle, "mid she's wiltljg Jane Hub
bard." "Yes. but who Is she?" Insisted
Gratidmn Orde. "Where l she from?"
Orde stared at her lu the dim light.
"Why, mother, blest If I know that
Till; nest evening on reaching
home Onle found that New
mark li.nl prcccdul him by some
few Moments. '
After supper Orde led the way up
two flights of narrow stairs to his
"Well," said he, "I've made up my
mind today to go lu Willi jou. It may
not work out, but It's n good chance
1 don't know' who you nre nor how
much of u buslucbs iiiiiii jou ore, but
I'll risk It."
"I'm putting lu f'JO,(luo." pointed nut
"And I'm putting In my cvui lasting
reputation," hii lit Orde, "If we tell
these fellows (hat utll gel mil their
logs for llieui nml then don't do It I'll
be dead nriulii.l here."
Newunrl; piusiied Ihe snbjeel. "I've
no objection to ii'lllug you nUmt my
self. New Yoik born nml Intsl. ex
rlenee with t.'ooper U liiiniie, brol.eis
elrlit je.iis. .Money fiuul n legnej
No lel.illvi's In spe.iU
Orde nodded gravely.
"Nun." said Newmark. "hive jnu
had time to do nny llgui.lngV"
"Vi'ell," leplleilOrde. "I hare n rmigh
lilr.T." He piiiiliii'iil n bundle nt J-i'rII
bl(d pnieis fi'oui III" nml puiket "I
tr.Ue Daly ns a Kiiuple, bis-ause I've
been Willi his iiiillll . II iswtn him lo
runilt.d deliver hit lags Jiul inli-x n ImhiI
1 a llliiilwiliil feel lie's Ihe only bly
inanufaeliinT up here, I suppoie Ii
T'osfs the nlher iiliie'llniis from tun lo
two niul ,i li:il( a lli"ii.ihil "
.Neuni.nl; Joiiul doivu llgures,
"Do iIicmi men nil i-ni.ilin-l M'p.ir.ife
dllves'i" . pi, mired. j
(Continued Next Saturday)
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I Q I gi ' sciljo'jj-' rjAiryvpgy
Si l5 W
LADIES OF MA
WILL VISIT YOSEIf HE
Will Trnvcl Ecvercl Thwsasd Milca
nnd. Sec Seme of the Vcnidera
of lite World nt the Expjnw of
the Bulletin Popularity
Will -Micide Their Selection.
I'lvc popnfar ladlCJ nre to i I
temllo National Pcrlt this 'cnnpr an
the giierlT of ilia II von Ins 11 u 1
' I q 1 1 n. Tho rprfy In 1 1 lio re-
kctod by tho rvrdorc cr me nui
let I ii In :t g.-o.it; double voting cu
tecr. ' ' '
Initial announcement Of this cmte-l
lo nuvlo today nnd prccad"s by alnnyi
la ear tlm Intention .if ilic I) til-
I . , I .. trtntln ....,..,,. I A it ,Mn ?.. tt
i v v 11 Hiiiuahuiiivii, ,,v ...- vii'ri- in i
tbo Ir.rt tautest, but t:io nnlronngo or
tho II u 1 1 r t i n ilinliU; 'lims wivi ro
Brent that It Is p033lblo'to nlitehhu'
olfer. ' i 'r I
What TrH Offers. j
llio trip tint Is afforded to the s to
cetisful ramll.hites Is the bPFt that ,
could bo relrctcd. Tho thanco to ,
tr.-wol nt others' eTpen-o t i 'lie oast
nlons Is usunlly baiislde'.i.l by most I
people here, n ftirttmste oxn' 'nit tnbl
to this the fact that (hit, I! nil "tin
I'aity Is to lie given nn cijij . iMu'iy to
Ik!i ti.no of tliu''Ercr.UEt ntiractlon.
Ill a State famed for Its scenic offer
Ingo, the tilp U liulo-0 an envious
one. Hut added r.tlll to the trip to the
coast nnd tho flvo-day visit. In the
great Yncemlte National l'aik is n
week or more to be spent In San Trail
c!eco and vlcltiltj-. Hero the pleasure
seckera of the entfro world nect fnr
a visit In n city tamed (or lmriltfllty
nnd cnlertalnnin,it. In the vicinity of
San 1'rnnclsco n,i li .ulrt attrsc'lons
that It taken mauv dajV Jo i.ee. Most
prominent among ther.o Is (ho r.ncettt
to the top of Mt, Tamalpals. from tho
peak of which can ho-ieen miles nnd
mlk'H of beautiful California and F.nu
KrancUco bay. 'Another trip that now
(iittructii the world toutUt Is u visit
lo tho tlreek Theater nt the l nlvcrslty
of Cn.lfornla. lu Ilerkejey Here one
f-een tho greatest umplUicater In the
World mcideled ns' wcro the coliseums
of tho ancient (Ircol.s. Hut apjco can
not nnw bu np'ired to tell of all that
the member of this .pnity will ie"
during this trip. .You tiYo peilmps
more lutctested lu Jurt lirstv th'.j party
la to bo selected. m
Tlio pltiti for tho contest Is one that
Is familiar to m'ost of the I) n 1 1 o 1 1 n
readers, ns It does.unt dlcsr material
ly front IhV contest conducted last
J'ear, In which yoiingjnittfa were rr;
lceted for n trip to Seal U.. Tho Inl
and will bo divided lutcf four dlr-
trlcts tind from lliero dUtilcts the-l
readers will Indicate y iiopidar vita
their ehiilco of ciudidato. .tbo dlctrlct
boiindailca nn.l tho number c,r votes,
subscrlbera nro c Titled M, -will ba
found In n pr.;o advc.tUenient In thU
Pipe.'. ' -.
Chaperone a Contsstsnt, ( , .
The iwleciiim of a' fclfajcirone' by
imptilar vote Is -i n'.1 'reattire this
year, but It Is believed that It will
meet with tho approval or the readqra
n3 soon n they undtrsinriil. tho plan
cf telcctlon. Willi ery veto co'ipcm
ISEueJ for tho trip eonji slants; nn nt
taclicd vole coupon t n- equal num
ber of voles, will be ikhiiec. to bo cuM
for cue of Hie ciiuildltei fo'r ehap
nmne. Theio cui'lld.tten'wlll'be can-illdateE-nl-larso
nnil ein bo nominate
from nnd voted for In any part of tro
Islands. In this nny the lIUllollii
will conduct n double vo;:nR onta-t
nnd by this moans ro"rs wjll teloci
with their vnte3 tho ynmijj'i'illcn ti
c!)nipos3 llio'party nnd nlno tlia c'lt'i
erono lo accompany thcai.
Will Ds Paid Qalary.
Tlis lady t.elceted aa f inporan- r ir
tho- party will ba a regulpj- ptl,i om
pfojeo of tins II Ii 1 1 0 tl n' from the
tlno rho leaves Honolulu with tn
rarly until they rotnni to llououm
In addition to all her iveilUT ox
peusca' flto will rccc.vo ".'tj vitil. -u
Nomination blanks for bcth tlio trip
It II! Pa? You
When in need of n medicine
to' tono up the system, aid
digestion, promote lonnd
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowel) open, to
try a bottle of
You'll atrree that it is the
finest medicine you ever took.
Then don't delay. It is for
Dyspewia, IndiRCstion, Bloat
ing, iliousnccj, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia' Nervousness, nnd
Mnlaria. Fever and Aruc. ,
For sale by Itcnson, Smith ft" Co.,
Ltd.; Holllater Urug Co., Ltd.;
Chnmhers llrug Co., Ltd,; Hllo Dug
Co.; nnd nt nil Wholesale Liquor
, ui Itus it
W 4, Sarsaparilla tl i tl
iV--vv lor a wen-Known
W$ city missionary,
wlio writes :
"I was for many years
a sufferer from bolls mid
other eruption! of n llko
nature, caused by tbo Impover
ished ttato of my blood. My
appetite was joor and my system a
good deal run dawn. Knowing tlio
by obsurraticn of tLa good It bad dona
to others, I b:gan taking It. My appo
tlto Improved almost from the first
doso; then my coneral health !u
proved, and now It it ozcbllout. I
feel a hundred cr cent, stronger, nnd
I attribute this rctult to Aycr's Sar
saparilla, which I ro-ommend wltli
all oonfldonco as tho host blood modi
clno ever dorised."
fs itmii mntc, Aycr'a Sitrsn
ItarUla cojifrftis iio nlcuhol.
Thoro are many imitation
Bo Guro yon pet "Ayor's."
fiitinJ k Df. ). C. Arir k Ci ImiII, Mill. U S..
rxaia rtLie, in but rmitr uiiir '
i,n ii . i in -fe ir i w.i i , ,. .
conle ' in'i am for the cindldiites
for chape line aro prlntej lu todiy'n
pape.' nii'l will lie, nm rrnm day to day
mini lu I.i-ili. when tho nominations
will bo closed
If you know nn estimable wom.vi
whom you would like to eeo win the
plcabiii-e of this trip clip nm tlio nom
ination ballot mid FOn.1 It nt onco to
tho ll til lot in. Tho nomination
ballot nluno will entitle her li three
thousand votes. If the reader Is n
vvotinn who wonl I IDco to enter this
content tin need not wait for somo
one to nominate her, but may fill out
tho nomination blttuk and eend It tn
The self-nomination will entitle her to
lint rs many votea as If mnicone elso
hul uoinluatcd hor.
Advantage of Carly Nomination.
While delay does not nocosacrllj'
presage failuro In this contect It can
not bo denied that tho candltlato who
early makes known her intention to
bu a c.-vndldnto will have an ndvantago
that they who hesitate, will later have
Wntrh tho IlnlloUn for. further,
details concerning this contest, or call
nt tho ll ill lot In offica rml let the
contort mnnn;er crplnln wnet Ir ncc-essarj-
la order to bo ono of tho win
nerz. lint tercely, nil that Is noojed
lo win Is a pair ot scissors, n lead
pencil nnd encrgj-. Come In and let
tho contest manager tell yon how to
use thoso tools that jna all imsboss.
f LCTIIIE FECTCROV s-
MAHUKACTUnER3' 0HOE -
When Itaby was sick, wo gave hor
When sho wns a Child, she cried fot
When she beenmo MKs. she clung to
When sho lin.l Children, bhu wo thoin
David 33 ay ton
Real Estato Aqent
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Rcjidsnccs on Berctania Street,
niul other property.
M Your best netratives
I deserve, and your nocr- ,
M cr ncpitivcs need,
vtiox is the only
I p?.rcr that is mado
I with sol: reference to
H the requitcments of the
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Ift DRAWN WORK
C&1&S&, ORIENTAL I
.41 FABHICS IiD
' .&iWfK HAWAII & In vr
avf.i SCUTI1 SEAS Svu
1 afer curio co., v r
' .fe&fcvO Youni: BuildinB
"""T W" A I "T S
Young mun with knowledge nf
stenography and bookkeeping, for
general oltlco work. Apply "J.
II,", llullctln cfllcc.
liver) one to ask for Ihe lllg Nickel
Tnhlct. l'or sale nt the llullctln
ofllco and lu siattonerj Btorts. tt
Clean wlpln rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANIED.
lly young Japancce, situation In
Moie. Oool worker, amnll wage
to sturt. "A. II.", this ofllto.
Jnpaneso Cco'clnp f?chool. I'amllles or
hotels Biippilcd with cooks. C. M.
Mntile, 1 Ii" Auld Lane. Tel. l.'iOf.
Young man wishes clerical position;
nrsi-ciasa reterencea. Auurcss a,
llullctln omcc. 463S-2t
I'arty with capital wlshca to buy In
lercoi In niercautllo biislncas In
which ho can tako active part.
AildrcM "Capltnl," this olllec.
Uc?iK)iislbli pnrty with capital do
fires n liiislucss Investment. Ad
dress "riniiclal," llullctln ofllcc.
Clontlemnu with $5(100 to Invest In
well-pnjlni; lutTcnntllo builncis.
Addroi "Sccutlty," llullctln of
fice ' 4510-tf
rr.b'ook Ell I loi.t. Hnder plcaso r'j
lum to lllshop a Co 's Satlnsa Bank.
Tor litre, coven-seated Packard
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chns. Reynolds. 4510-tf
Dr. F. SCliURMANN
Corner Union ay.A Berctania Sts.
Honse Consulting. 2-3 p. m.i Sal-
urdBjr excepted. (Jp-eratinc 8-IS
a. tn., 3-C p. m.
Masonic Buildintr, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. nPWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
0 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
rilONES Club Stables,. 100; Res
'i-nMrc&i, 2M ThaxiUXLT
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
ww-u-a stK -JiiKi 4,aijacaJ3iw.
"The Finest Bathinc on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES. LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BEROIN. Pi-onrictor.
Delivered to rtsidencti
and ofiices at 23n cei
hundred in 10-lb, loll
W. O. BAHNhnT,
1) Mxrr.hanc HI
Come and learn paiticnlars at
TOWNSENU UNDERTAKING CO.'
Berctania St.. Opp. Sachs'.
Ilcucli cottnRO nt Diamond Head.
Address "il.", Uulletln offlcc.
Clean furnished rooms; tl, lt.60, i'i
per week. 12S1 Fort St. t:
Two furnished rooms, Apply Mr.
I). MciVinntll, 1113 Kiimis St
nooMs a:id board.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without bohrd. 1G3I
Nuiimiu Ave,, ueor School Bt.
Tikes inodeiiite. 1460-tl
Kor safe, rent or leare. on cr about
March I, houzc of thrca bcdionms
(clorct off each), parlor, dlnlug
looni, pantry, kitchen, bathroom,
clccttlc lljihls and k;is; largo
thicken jnrd nnd house; carva tits'
cjiiartcrs; on two tar Hues; thrco
minutes' walk from I'unnhou line.
Call at 1011 South Kins beforo 10
ii, m., or nflcr 4 p. in., for partic
The Transo envelope a tlmc-savlnff
Invention. No addressing ncees
cary In jcndlng out bills or re
ceipts, llullctln Publishing Co.,
lulu u.HcnlB fnr patentee. (I
Hhmnnds and Jewolry bounht, told
nml exchnnged. Uargnlus In
wutcl.es, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Tort St. 4191-11
Men's clothing oticicdlt. $lnwcek:
mil given nt once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sa"h Illdg., l'urt bl.
Inter-Inland nnd Uahti Kallroad ship
ping bo'Jk ut Itullctla oinco. tl
A fine No. 1 barred Plymouth rtocl:
Piano teuGht in 0 iros, $3 month (8
lessons). Specif I attention U
adult beginners. Music, Uulletln
Jstwnew Einnloyriicnt An.'ociatinn.
Mnunnkea near Assl Theater. Call
up phone Oil" If j'QUi waut a col it,
tns'rt iio or bervunls.
MARIE KENNY, from San Trancis
Co. l)rHiiiatt. Studio. 175 Here
tnnla. Phono 3.1.
Vre Biu, Ktr-PJuniljer nnd Tinsmith,
S'Dlt.'i St... bet. Hotel bodil'auahl.
"V $? "? i . '. -
for Good Furniture
P. H. nUHNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California mud
.ew York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Liceiaesj Draws
irortgat-es, Deeds Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc, Attorney for the
LUstrictCotirts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
nqNQLULU; PnONB 310.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used, Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Gcecinlist,
1151 Fort Street. 0pp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. II.
Consulting, Dcsitmini; and Con-
' structing Enpineers.
Bridges, BuildlitRS, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Stractures. Sanitary Sys-
items, Reports and Estimates on Pro-
'Jects. Phone 145.
"BULL" GINGER ALE
The drink with a real bite and
map tc it.
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
ND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayor Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phoiie 18,