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BVENINft DPLLETIN, HONOLPLU, T. 11., WEDNESDAY, MAR. 9, 1010
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i m niiniyourwAy Dvcivinffyou i
i an education, w o can train f
V on by mnfi.in tlmo that would - -M
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i new, I'Kittit, booklet iuui J
i niunci u. ouecciti kiycs ft.
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i ana protfrcnt 01 ncr a
I IHUUMHU IUUC111H UI1 I) S i
i whose road wo have -' ti
thrown tha nrres
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iiwe nave uono lor p--k
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fc'llt'i out BnJ entl A I" l9
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in tne coupon tpv-a
intimation al ooukksponocnci schools,
PUim tipliln hew t tun qiullf lot petition ,
mark! X Iictow.
ft ft in Fntfnetr
Civil EnjrlDf er
Tf ml uctlgner
lino a keeper
To Speak French
To Speak (Jermafl
ToSrefc Span I ah
Affency for Hawaiian Islands:'
1139 FORT STREET
'harles A. Stanton,
Corner. IKinc and Fort Streets
ovestrnents & Bonds
" "David Dayton
Real Estate Agent
.137 MERCHANT STREET
Residences on Bcrctonia Street,
id other property.
1128 FORT STREET
Your machine will be ready fot
I on when we say it will be. We
I on't experiment on sutoi; we rejai:
on ' Hamm - Young
iLESANIHiR YOUNG BUIIDnta.
i.enti for the Hudson, Chalmers
jetroit, -Kissel Kar, Oakland, Frank
iii and Fierce-Arrow.
( Merchant St.
"The. Best-Built Car in America"
I0HUMAH CARRIAGE CO.,- LTD.
7. W. KERSHNEB
1177 Alakea St.
i Everything but the. Engine
W.' W.'WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
C. H. BEHN has his new 7-teated
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Comer Alnkcs and Hotel Streets.
MEDICAL BATTERIES THE KIND
.TJnirin Eloctrio Co.,
THE handiest thing
you can have
around the house
is a cake of Jvory Soap.
You can ,use it in the
bathroom; in the wash
room; in every bedroom;
in tho'kftchcn and in
No "free" alkali in it;,
no coloring matter; no
harmful ingredient of
any kind ,
994o Per Cent. Pure
''. .- '
OFFICE SUPPLY m ,
Latest Popular Fiction
Newest Books aV
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO. v
BOOKS! ,BQ0K$J BOOKS!
Go. to r
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
We make Rubber Stomps Buck
Handle. Self Inkers and Fac-SiraUe.
WALL, NICHOLS CO.. LTD.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
. Office, i
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES..
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J.. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses,, tailor-mad: specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Berctanla and Fort streets,
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Trimmed, and Untiimmed Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
BERQSTROM MUEIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' Bldg. Fort St.
White River Flour
0. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
j3"For Calf" cards at Bulletin.
1 1 ?fc?OC ""Will!
Short Stories For
Tho train was tearing along at ijl
most bullet Breed, ami Professor Poly,
iluro could not retirees tin uncmnforla'
bio fooling of tho thought of what
would happen in caso of n collision,
Tho stranger, In tho coat opposite
nun, must hao been occupied wth
clmllar thoughts, for, after watching
tiio necking telegraph poles for a
Millie, he leaned over and, In nn np
piulicnsho tone, said, "1 do, for tho
life df mo, llko to got nulck results,
hut tho pneo we're going looks n hit
loo fast, 1 wish we'd slow up a lit
tle." After on Interval of sllcnco. tho
Ftrnuger again leaned toward Poljdoru
"Pardon mo, but 1 feci 'quite sure
I'o had the pleasure of meeting yon
before. 1 think It was at n nmslcnlo
The profecsor bowed an acknowledge
ago. Unless my memory Is entirely
at fault, I believe 1 have tho honor of
addressing tho colcbrnted Professor
'lho profcsh'or bowed on ncknowl
ment whereupon the" stranger beg.in
rblng lilin with Innumerable ques
tions lndlcatio, however, of so kindly
nn Inlerent that, although many wcro
of a purely crsonal character, tho pro
lessor foroboro showing any signs of
t"I tlioulil derm myself perfectly hai
py profofsor," said tho stronger nt
Inst, "if jou would favor mo with ono
cf llioso Inimitable readings that lmvo
mnde tho namo Polydoro famous
throughout the world."
"1 fear ou entertain too exngger
ntcdan opinion of my lmjiortanco,"
replied the professor, Wen lug his now
fledged friend wlth.lncicaslng npprc
henslon. And then, concluding that In any
event It would bo safest to humor tho
man, ho added:
"Howofer.lf yon believe that so tri
fling a service can contribute material-
:: u't: r4 tt n uttn u u q tt tt c:
! FORT. DE RUSSY ITEMS
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Work has been progressing so , lands, and rcqulro rest nnd trcal
rapidly with tho filling of tho ponds ment before being sent out to tho
on this reservation that a new pipe- detnehments again. Private parrel
, . , ' , I will lcavo tho hospital, for duty with
line is being laid at tho far end or - dotachmont at Wnlmanalo. to
the post. -The dtcdgo has bccn'(layi ,,. rccocrcd from iUe ,.
moved along tho beach and Is fastjur)r rQCCivcd while working In the
completing the fill of tho first pond. mo,lntnn8 wt, ng fic-tachmcntr
i.ms ureoge is wuruing boio , nigui
and day, and the men nt tho nil
aro also working In two shifts to
hurry the work along.
Tho plans and specifications for
tho post barracks wcro completed
yesterday and will bo forwarded to
San 1'ranclsco for approval within
the next few days. Tho present
plan calls for one main barracks
about ICO feet by 40 feet., Separate
quarters have been arranged ror tho
sergeants ot the company. Tho lo
cation or the building has been de
cided upon, so that It will ho built
among the cocoanut trees nt tho cud
of the poit. Work will begin upon
tho building ns soon as tho plans
n ro returned from the department
headquarters, approved. The mate
rial is to bo purchased from tho local
private uacinni or company u
has been returned from the post hos
pital to duty with his company nnd
will remain In tho home camp. Pri
vato N'lcoden, or the Wnlmanalo de
tachment, hna been In tho home
camp for a bhort time and t was re
turned to Ills detachment- yesterday
for duty. Private Patterson wuis
tent to his company from oxtrn duty
iu the quarterinnster department,
nnd Privates 1 outer and Smith. from
special duty therein.
The detachment at Wall lawn will
return to this camp tho Inst or the
presei.t veel; nnd will remalu here
for somo time, the survey work In
that portion of tho Island having
been completed. This detachment
will at a later dato be sent to an
other portion of tho Island for sur
vey 'fluty. Tho detachment Iu Ma
r.oa Valloy has been moved to Koko
Head and will complete tho survey
there. This will requlro ninny days'
work, alter which that detachment
will leave for tho mountains iu tho
interior or tho Island.
jmiiunui lor iuu iurt;ui prucueu
which Is to be hold by Company 0
or tho engineers has been ordcrod
from the States nnd Is expected hero
on tho llrBt llnor. Tho company
will bo equipped In fill I for tho
range botoro leading this post, nnd
tho men will begin practise, accord
ing to tho order, In July. Ordnance
Is already being received by tho ord
nance department or tho post for uio
In tho equipment, and this depart
ment has ordered new targets for
Private Monahan of;,tho Alca do
tachmont arrived nt this post jes
terdJ' for treatment In tho hospi
tal heio, as did alto Prlvato Smith,
from tho Wnhlawa detachment, Hoth
of these men linvd been fin survey
work bliieo their arrival in tho ls -
Evening Hours I
ly to jour happiness, 'ou lnvo but to
Tho stranger held out his hands for
"Is there any ono Indication that
would cnablo you to tell just what my
ruling passion is?" ho neked.
Tho man's Intolcrablo vanity, con
eclt and gnrrullty wero beginning to
get upon Pol) flora's nerves, and ho de
elded to tell him tho exact truth, no
matter what tho rciult.
"You will observe," ho sal J, "thst
even when ou keep jour flngcra to
gether thcro ai c gaping uldo spaces
between them. This Is Ihotmost strl'.t
Ing feature nbout jour )iapds."
"And tho meaning of this Is?" asked
tho man eagerly.
"Inqutsltlwncss," replied Polytloro.
"A trait that Is not always dcilrab'e.
If tho spaces wcro not w wide, bin
merely moderately so, they would be
token an Inquiring, observing mind
Hut, unfortunately nttiujc ha3 afflicted
jou with too mucli, curlfsltj-."
Tho train had stopped at n station
and, at this moment, wns clouly pill
Ing out again. Somobody on the sta
tion platform was thoutlng "Meyer!
Meyer!" . N
In a Jlrfy Polydoro's friend tlrrew
ufi the window and poked out his head.
Ho had scarcely done t-o when tho
man who shouted "Meyer!" slapped
his fact so violently that it limned!
ntcly began to swell, shoeing plainly
tho marks of tho flngcra In corrugated
"He must have been a lunatic,"
walled tho victim, "1 rever saw tho
fellow In my life."
"Pardon me." said I'oljdore, "but Is
your namo Meyer?"
"No. It U Hlgglns," replied tho
poor fellow-, mirp.ln-; his swollen face
with tender solicitude.
"Well, "you sec," saU tho Profcjoor
"tills was an Instance In which thuio
wldo spaces between 'the flngirs prov
ed to bo n misfortune."
a a u a n u n tt
The pack trains left this post jes-
tcrday ror tho subcamps In, tho
mountains. Corporals White and
Kelly were In charge or tho trains,
which carried supplies for tho men,
as well us nttlclcs ror the survcj'.
Thcso pack trains will visit all ot
the mountain cam pa and, returning,
stop at the main survey detachments
ror detnlls to ho used in the plotting
of tho map at this post. Tho wagon
trains will not leave tho post until
tomorrow for thn main camps, hut
will take with them the supplies lor
the coming week.
Ono of tho most pleasant eervlca
weddings, since tho organlz-itloii ot
tho -ml Ilattallon or Digineers, nns
tolohrnted ycitertlay In tho marriage
or PIrst Sergeant Arthur J. Spencer,
or Company (J, to Miss Horn Sllvn,
or Walklkl. Tho ceromony was hold In
tho Congregational church uud wjh
at K idled by many friends and relatlvoi
or both parties. Tho brldo belongs to
ono of tho oldest families or Wulklkl,
being tho daughter or Manuel Sllvn,
or tho engineer department or Hawaii.
Sergeant Spencer, the first seigeant
of tho Engineers at Port Do Hussy
has been with this company for in-iuy
years, both In tho Stutca and in Cuba.
Sergeant and Mrs. Spencer will ipsul
a short tlmo In a trip among tivj Is
lnndB and later return to the now
.liouso which has been built at tho
ppst for thorn. Many elegant, presents
will awnlt tho home coming or tho
couple, not only from friends hem but
coming from friends or relatives In
lleroro leaving for his trip. Ser
geant Spencer arranged a pleasant
ovenlnp for tho members of Port Dq
Hussy. Tables wore laid out on tho
beach and lofrcbhmonls served to all.
Many speeches wcro made, nil of
whch were wlhhlng the best of Inck
to (ho happy couplo nnd many appro,
priato songs wcro Bimg, After lho
speeches nnd Blnglng many of thoe
Picscnt adjourned to'thq post pavilion,
whoni musical numbers, both 'plant
nnd ocal, wcro heard, A most plois
ant owning wan cujojcj by alt,
For Infants and Children.
the Kind You .Hays Always Bouglit
Dears tho W? SJLSJ-M?
Blg'iaturo pf titty. -&(CtS
Collector I.oeb Is now being men
tioned ai tho next llmornor tf New
York, presumably 'jy those who want
to Bmmrulo-tii stun and can't. I lei mil
j - ,co - press.
A crown cf jjlory iaabeautlM
head of hair. An Australian lady
iiL now in London
IVv writes undor
dato Jan. 28,
i$lWftM "'rr J'"'' Vigor
Tfc-ils to it, my hair
U aow tlilck, glOMT,
anj toft, and when
plaited Is C5 inches
long. Ajor"s Hair Vigor
ought to bo veil by
every woman who
takes prldo in her
You also may havo
t' buuii u cruwn oi
Vj, glory if you will
follow the ex-
amplo of this lady and uso
It will romoro all dandruff and
mako your hair rich and abundant.
frtpini lj Dr. 1. C. Ajif ft C)., La.tlt. Km.. U.S..
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN GET SOMETHING
"THAT WILL RESIST
WEAR" AND iGIVE YOU
FOR THE SAME MONEY?
PHONE 512. 113. HOTEL ST.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q, Yce Hop&Co.
YEE CHAN & CO.
' Corner King and Bethel
, FANCY DRY GOODS
;$ah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dea'ers in furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA ,nd
MISSION FURNITURE Xadi Tf
WAH CHONG CO:
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything-absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - MOTEL ST.
WING WO TA! & CO.
041 Nuuanu St. Phone 200.
for Rifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Kintr and Hotel.
md cloth of A-l quality can b, pur
' O Rot Mil Telechont J1
Bicycle shop and peneral repairini"
work. Specialty m nickle, i silver
and gold plated work.
KINO, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania 8t.. Opp. Sachs'.
To hlro a good lively Baddloi horse
lor several dnjs in tho week by u
'party that Knows how to rldo; has
own outfit, saddle, etc. Aiuwor,
"N. J. A.", llullctln onico.
i:erono to know that J. I.'. Hoc ha,
the tailor, has remoud from the
Harrison building to Kooms ZH
and 3G, Young Hotel. lGu-i-lm
Positions by two joung men Just
nirlvid from tho States. Willing
and honest. Any kind of work.
l'lvo loads or loam ror the hauling.
"11. C", llulletln office,
Clean wiping rags at the llulletln of
Young man, who Is first-class book
keeper, stenographer and typist,
wishes position Address "Com
petent," llulletln office. tf
Young man wnntg clorlcal or book
keeping position. Plrst-clnsa ref
erences. Address "A," llulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Pamlllcs or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle, H57 Auld Lane. Tel. 1504.
Coachman wants position to drive
and take care or horses. I lest of
references. "S.", llulletln omco.
Dctwccu Diamond Head and town,
gold wntch, niorfofiram "C. It. C";
gold chain, Masonic emblem at
tached. Howard, rctura to C. It.
Saturdaj-, pair of eyeglasses. Notify
Mr. Kimball, caro the WaterhouBO
Co. Rcwiinl. IG00-21
Phono COO and ask for Car No. 4S2
Prcd Nojcs' new 1910 7-passengor
Klhsci Kar. Alwnjs ready, day or
For hlro, sevon-seated Packard;
phono 190. Young Hotel Stnnd;
Chas. Reynolds. 4510-tf
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PirSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Muuka Paciflo Club.
Office HoursFrom 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 500. Residence, MG0.
W. Karl Vincent
Pror. or Muslo Lessons In Singing,
Pianoforte. Plpo Organ', etc. Stu
dio, Knplolnnl llldg.; room 17.
Res., 1031 Nuuanu Ave.; phono
Corner Union and Beretania Sti.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. m 3-0 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.j 3 to 5 p. m. Residence;
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. ra.
PHONES Club Stables, 109 j Res
)CP H, BURNETME
Com'r. of Deeds ion California d
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Drawi
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale-,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for tht
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS,
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used.. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Oop. Convent
Honolulu, T. H.
tnter-Uland nnd O. R. & U chipping
looks for sale it tho D u 1 1 e 1 1 u
"fflee, R0 aeh,
"iM'tin Rnsinrv Office Phone 2iifi
'Bulletin Editor! Hoom Thone 185.
N T S'
Room in elegant home; no other
roomers; running water, elec
tricity, one bjock from two car
lines. 1027 l'ljktd St. j 4337t-5t;
Two nlcclj'-rurnlshcd rront rooms
for gentlemen, In private family.
In Mnklkl district, mar car line.
Address "Mnklkl," caro llulletln.
Beach cottago at Diamond Head
Address "N.", llulletln office.
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.50, $"-'
per weok. 1281 Port St. ti
I wo ftiruHhol looiut. Apply Mrs.
I). McConndl, 1223 Kmraa St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Coot furnlfhcd rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1034
Nuuanu Avo., near School 8t.
Prices moderate. 4460-tf
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
invention. No nddrssliig neces
sary In bending out bills or re
ceipts. Hullotln Publishing Co.,
solo agents for patentee. tt
Tho finest resldcnco tlto In Honolulu,
In Its most, excluslvo district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J. James, llox &27, City.
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Port street, beautiful fern", palm
and fruit trce3. Set pieces for fu
nerals nt reasonable prices.
Dry and green awa root In largo and
small quantities. Orders solicited.
(Jco. Kaen, 938 Kolaullko strcot;
P. O. llox S, Honolulu. 4551-
Dlnmonds nnd Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged, Bargains fin
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Port St. . 4494-lt
Stock of monuments, bluestone and
marble, ror salo cheap. M. U.
Santos, i car of Hawaiian Opera
Men's clothing onciertlt. $1 a week;
suit frlvtm nt ntief. Low Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Uldg., Port St
Inter-lslnnd and Oahu Railroad ship-
plus books at Bulletin office. tf
Japanese Employment Association.
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phono 097 If jou wnnt n cocV,
good boy or eoryan'ts.
7ee Mng Kce-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. net. Hotel and Pauahl. .
AT VERY LOW PRICES
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Comer Alakea and King Streets
For Good Furniture
nttnufactur.d from pure distilled wa
ir. Delivered to any part ofclty by
0AHO- ICE AND ELECTRIC CO,,'
Kewale- Telenhon. Tft.
Delivered to residences
and ofGces at 25o r
hundred in 101b. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant SL
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thcyor Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. PhOne 218.
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