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West Virginian Mces
"Tlicro la a great iillfforonco In tpur
Ists," remarked Mr. V. 8, McCltiro of
Wheeling, W. Va., who la a guest at
the Young, as he watched the clerk
sell two two-cent, sttinnis to a .man
who vnltcf-4or the penny change, and
a ten dollar sult'o or .rooms to another
with whom It was not a quosllon of
lirlce. "It "was very 'noticeable," ho
went on, "In the two trips' "of tho
.Cleveland Jo Honolulu. On the way
to San Francisco tho liasseiiKors' were
seasoned rIooo trotters, having been
nround the wold. and visited bo many
foreign Kirts each distinctly illftcrcnt
Villi what It hod to oner. A good
ninny of them were tired after the
long trip and .took their reception hero
as n matter of form and after seeing
all there was to be seen took things
easy and wont on their way rejoic
"Tho last bunch of Cleveland tour
ists wero bubbling over with enthusi
asm at tho excitement and the new
ness of their first view of this 'neck
of tho woods,' and they looked so fresh
and dainty, and asked a million ques
tions abnttt everything, sent homo
postal cards, curios, and newspapers
gnlorc. But the newness will wear
wear off and after they lmvo visited
n dozen -torts they will cut down their
post card and curio list and discard
their storo clothesutor, tho. more ser
viceable raiment of Travel, for there
Is nothlng.on earth harder on clothing
than having It packed and unpacked
in grips and steamer Trunks all the
time and when a rouud-thcrworld tour
ist has been away .from a base of sup
plies for four or flvo months they
don't make any attempt at fixing up
llko they did in the beginning."
"Tho Clark, tourists aro u particu
larly dcslrnblo lot of people to handle
as they aro recruited from tho best
class of people all over tho country.
They hnvo the price and they know
how to spend.it. Dut It's on Interest
ing study to watch them, all and no J
one has a better opportunity- than a
hotel clerk. Tho whojo outfit was
as chuck nil fit the joy of gdtting
uway, as the last party was full of
pleasure at getting homo again, but
you must navo npuceu mat ,ims
crowd was tho moro enthusiastic of
tlio-two, and nro like1 children on a
holiday, which is natural because they,
nro"' Just starting, out. Llttlo :by little
each will forni their likes and dislikes
among their fellow passengers, and
ly.tho timo they have completed their
crulso everyone wll) havo n. pretty,
good lino on everybody else and know
all about1 their religious and political
beliefs, their past performances and
tuturo hopes, and a good many last
ing friendships will bo formed."
"Traveling uffects everyono, differ
ently. Somo return to tnetr homos
rested and .improved, physically and
. mentally, while others who went away
'for a rest' return home mor6 tired
than when they started. ?AAke ono
man I know in California. Ho bad
been traveling around tho world for
over a year ann when I saw Mm com
ing down tho street n San Francisco
lio was smoking a two-bit cigar, httd
a Jugfull of water from tho ulvcr Jor
dan In ono hand and a grip. full of pa
per weights made from wood on tho
Mt. of Olives In tho other and said
ho, was sorry the earth wasn't larger,
Sco that old follow at tho end of the
writing tablo? He is idioy drawing pic
tures and trying to kill time till tho
boat leaves. Ho 'evidently Is an old
Btager at the travel gamo and goes
on i tho trip because ho has gotten in
tho 'habit, . It's all, old to htm and he
lias probably been over tho ground
sovoral times beforo. Dut sco how
different it is with .tlio.womaji at the
other end, of the table. I have been
vnjchlng her address thirty or forty
jiost cards, send Jiewspapsrs .fiway
.and ask tho clerk .every qiicstjon, slid
could possibly .think .of. She is gplne
out on the .slsht-jsedlhg car in n little
.while. I saw l)er'at the ball last night,
nlso at the beach on Saturday after
uooii. She Is not missing a-thlng and
'i.wlll ventnro to say; It Is her first
trip away from homo.
."Then thcro Is that studious looking
girl qver there, who. has been writing
in her diary all day. Ill bet sho is a
school teacher and fa taking the' trip
for the Instruction thore Is ln.lt. Then
thcro aro thoso two, men at .the'desk
now. No, not Ihosej Tho other two.
Yes. Ono Is a Hiiro -enough downcast
Yankee, while the1 ether Is a ityplcai
Southerner. How do I knqwT By
trio way they talk in tho first nla'cby
nnd I happened to near tno mg lei
low remark that .Fort street was as
narrow as Washington street 'back
hum In Bostlng while -the other took
my fiat by mistake at breakfast, this
morning nnd whllo Twas trying to fit
his six and EOven;elghths hat on my
soven and n quarter hfad without tho
aid of a shoo horn I notified that ha
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had purchased it In Montgomery, Ala.
"Tho fellow noxt to thorn Is asking
the clerk to cash un American Express
money order. I heard him r.iv he lost
ninety dollars playing poker coming
over and ho would bo blankcty-blank-ed
if ho would bo p.ulted Into any moro
games. Ho Is a bard loser or maybe
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A congenial party, the freedom of open" country, and a perfect, motor car, .make automobil
ing the greatest of phasures. '
The Locomobile is a perfect motor-car in every sense of the word. Perfect because it embodies
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Comfort is a quality veryhighly developed in the Locomobile, Deep cushions,
springs, and certain features of the shaft drive system, make it ride delightfully.
tribution of weight makes it hold the road well and ride steadily.
' ' MERCHANT, OPPOSITE BISHOP'
For Infanta and Children.' '
The Kind You Have
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VMS IMTAUR HNMH. N VM tfTV.
ho ;could ,n.qt afford .cxncnslvo pokor
,thls early on 'the trip: M
"Yes, indeed it's ft great study nnd
you sco a lot of funny Uhlngs If you
Jwandor- around this llttlo old world
iwlth your oyes open, tho most Inter
esting fit. .which Is tho study of human
.in,.t UIU1UK EKIEil JCUtl SUCUUUUUUT IU HUIUJUVUUC cvusimv-,
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flOKoLtJLtJr-. It., TUESflAV. Ffin.
Expenditure Of $110,000
Is Sanctioned By 4
At the monthly Hoard of Direc
tors' meeting of the Y. M. C. A. yes
terday evening, the building com
mittee were authorized to spcua
S14O.000 on tho new V. M. C. A.
building. This does notInclude the
purchase price of tho slte.or the. fur
nishings. It was also decided that
the proceeds from the. sale of tiie
present building be devoted to tho
new building funds. The chair was
occupied by It. II. Trent.
Just prior to the Jiourd of Direc
tors' meeting, the membership com
mittco held a meeting to plan n
membership campaign for the.
spring. Forty-one new members
were voted Into the Association last
night, which brings the total mem
bership up to CC0. Tho Association
hopes to go Into the new building
with a membership of 1000,
Tho present building, has not as
yet been put up for sale, but in all
probability will bo on .the market
some time next year. The Board of
Directors considered the ideas of Sec
rcary Paul Super and Dr. Hand, In
regard to the floor plans of the new,
building, nnd accepted their draw
ings ns representing thejeatures de
sired for tho now building. Thcso
reaturcs wero puuusnea in tno 11 u I
1 o t i n somo two weeks ago.
The building commlttco will hold
a meeting this afternoon at four
o'clock to make Its llnal arrange
ments for tho architects' competi
tion, which closes April. 1.
Dr. Scuddor, pastor of the Central
Union church, wilt dellvor his sec
ond address on Young Men's Hellg
lous Questions, from 12:30 p. m.Jto
12: CG p. m. tomorrow, In the Y. M.
C. A, parlors. His topic will be,
''Somo Very Searching Questions
About Christ." j
BT"Fw (Wl esrda ' BulltJ
It Will Pay You
When in need of a medicine
to tone up the ijitcm,'sid
digcition, promote lonnd
sleep, keep the appetite nor
mal and the bowels open, to
try a bottle of
. You'll agree that it it the
finest medicine jou ever took.
Then don't delay. . It is for
ing, BilionsMM, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia. Nervousness, and
Malaria, Fever and Ague.
For' eal by Bonson, Smith A Co.,
Ltd.; Holllater Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at 411 Wholesale Liquor
Charles A. Stanton,
Comer King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
FOR SALE OR HIRE
BIGS OF AIL KINDS
., kents for the Hudson, Chalmers
iietroit. Kiuel Ear. Oakland. Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos;' we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOtTHO BUILDISQ.
5 Telephone 5
0. H. BEHN has his new 7-seatcd
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
.Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN 0ARRIAQE CO., LTD,
THE SCIENCE OF BUILDING
is understood by the
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7, W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
BATTERIES FOR AUTOMOBILES
1 and 6 Amp., 29 to 30 Volts '
Union Electric Co.,
Harrison Building, Beretania Street
"The Finest Bathing on the Beacb,"
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIOAR8.
W. 0. BEHOIN. Prourietor.
Vm Bis a for .DUIarat
Irrmitosl ot lrlloM
tf tiiip. ai .naibrM
FtJ&lcM, .ad oat uUini
SBt or pvlxwmjt. ' )
Clrculti noi oarMSttf
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Wanted, subliiBpectors (dredging) at
S3. RO per diem. A competitive ex
amination will be lucid at tho
Naval Station, Honolulu, T. II.,
February 21, 1910, for tho pur
poso of establishing an eligible
register of sublnspectors (dredg
ing). For application and further
information nddrcsi "Comman
dant, Naval Station, Honolulu, T.
11." . 1512-31
Young man with knowledgo of
stenography and bookkeeping, for
genornl onice work. Apply "J.
11.", bulletin office.
Everyone to nsk for tho Dig Nickel
Tablet. For sale at tho llulletlu
offlco and in stationery stores, tt
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
I)y young Japanese, situation In
store. Cood worker. Small wage
to start. "A. 11.", this office.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," Ilullctln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Motile, 14C7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1SG1.
Coachman wants position to drlvo
and tnko caro of horses. Dcst of
roforenccs. "8.", llulletlu office.
Responsible party with capital do-
sires a business investment. Ad
dresi "Financial," llulletln office.
Ilusincss man with $n000 to Invest
In well-paying business. Address
"Security," llulletln ofllco.
For hire, seven-seated Packard.
Phono 199. Young Hotel Stnnd;
Chna. Reynolds." 4540-tt
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Its.
House Consulting, 8-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. . Operating, 8-19
a. dl, 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. BOWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
0 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. .Residence;
1 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PTTnNTS nink RtoW.i ino. u.
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o aei
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W, O. BARNHART,
1M Merchant at
Come, and learn particulars at.
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania fit- Opp. Sachs',
lie.-ich cottage at " Diamond- Head.
Address "N", llulletln office.
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.50, $1
por week. 1281 Fort St. tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D, HcRonntll, 1223 Emma Bt.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnlibcd rooms and cottage,
with or without bonrd. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave, near School St.,
Trices moderate. ,44CU-tt
For sale, rent or lease, on or- about
Mnrch 1, bousu of thrco bedrooms
(closet oft each), parlor, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, bathroom,
electric lights and gas; large
chicken yard and house; servants'
quarters; on two car lines; thrco
minutes' walk from I'unabou line.
Call at 1911 South King before TO
a. m., or dftcr 4 p. m., for partic
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out hills or re
ceipts, llulletln I'ubllsh'lng Co.,
solo agents for patentee. tz
Tho finest residence slto In Honolulu,
In its most exclusive district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dross, J. James, Ilox 027, City.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. Bargains ' In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Fort St. 4494-tt
Men's clothing on credit $1 a -week;
suit given qt once., Levy .Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Illdg., Fort St. t
Inter-Islnnd and Oahu Railroad ship
ping book?, at Uullctla office. " tt
A .flno No.
barred Plymouth Rock
Piano taught in 6 mos, S3 month (8
lessons). Special attention to
adult beginners: Music, Bulletin
waunakca near Assl Theater. Call
up phono C97 It you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co, uraraauc aiuaio. 175- ue Te
tania. Phono 33.
Fee sing Kee-Plumber and Tinamltk.
Bmlth at., bat. Hotsl and PauaatT
For Good Furniture
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P. ;H. BURNETT1
Com'r. of Deeds for California Sdki
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Giant Marriage Licenses; Drawa
Mortgages. Deeds. Bills of lata.
Leases, Wills, Eta Attorney ftr the
District Courts. 78 MERCHANT IT.
LEADING HAT CLEANTR8.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRQ, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Ops. CMureit.
Honolulu,! T. H.
PACIFIC ENGINEERING V
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete- Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
tems, Reports and Estimates on. Pro
jects. Phone 145. s ' r
' AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
156 Hotel St. Phone 218.
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