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EVENWO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1910.
For Good Furniture
GEO. A. MARTIN,
""I. jFASHJONABLE TAUPE,
BtulneM SniU for $21,
' "" Hotel St
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese Torchon and
Cluny lace, by the yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDO.
NEW FATTERNS 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-made specialties. Bea
lonablr. prices. Harrison Block
BeretMiia and Fort streets.
PICTURE HATS and
A MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. , Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
FANCY -DRY GOODS
V(ah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc, etc All kinds of KOA and MIS-
SION FURNITURE made to order.
W for Gifts 'at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 260
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG.
'. 0. Box 001 ' Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chop Suey un-
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and importers.
'For Sale" cards at Uulletln..
Il V I-
y Wchavc samples of John
son's, Floor Wax, Wood Fin
ishes, and other preparations
for the treatment .of floors
No use sending East for
samples when you can get, the
same things right here at
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
177 So. King Street
To better introduce 1835 R. WAL
LACE TABLE WARE, that resists
wear, in Honolulu, beginning Wed
nesday, June 1, we will make a
30 per cent.
On all our present stock, comprising
five exquisite patterns. Every piece
. & Co.,
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
$3 PER HOUR
IN CITY LIMITS
C. H. BEHN
Your machine will be ready for
;ou when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on autos; wa rtiii
Von Hamm - Young
UEXANDTO YOUNG BUTLDDfS.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
LIGHT AND HEAVY WAGONS
Built and Repaired
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
J, W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone ,434.
Your Electric Light bill is govern
ed by the lamp you burn. Try a
TUNGSTEN We Sell the Bet
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Chickens and Geese
Will do it
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Tho whlslln.of tho factory emitted a
sorlqs of deafening, shrieks, tho roar of
tho machinery gradually subsided and
tho huso doom wore thrown open as n
weary stream of humanity camo forth
from tho gloomy walla Into tho din
twilight of tho spring night.
"There goes, qur I.ady Uctty, head up
In tho air, as usual," shouted ono of
tho factory hands, as a tall, Intelligent
looking girl mado her way hurriedly
through tho crowd. "Look at tho color
In her face. Sho's mad clean through.
Wonder what'a happened now."
To these and similar remarks tho
lady referred to paid no attention, cx
ropt to cait n glanco of withering scorn
upon her fellow emptojes. How sho
hated It nil the dusty, noisy factory,
the roar of tho machinery, tho stlning
nlr, and most of all the big. hlowsy
foreman who'nas In charge. Tho color
surged higher In her checks as she
thought of tho Insults he had offered
her only that day. How she longed to
get away from It all! Sho felt deep
In her heart that hero sho was out of
her sphoro: sho knew that sho was
fitted for hotter things.
Dctty'h ono ambition wan to write
Sho had fully Intended to become an
author' some day, and -with this end In
Mew she had read ecrythlng within
reach, and hnd scoured the libraries ot
tho town, In tho endeavor to Improve
he- mind, and certainly thero was not
h noro Intelligent girl lu town than
Whtlo walking homo this spring
evening sho made n resolution. Sho
would leave homo and go to tho city.
Mother and tho bos would take care
of things nt home, and In tho city she
could work and support herself nnd
study besides. Perhaps there sho would
rcallzo her ambition.
Two weeks later found Iletty behind
the counter In a department store In
tho city All, but she hnd little dream
ed of tho difficulties to bo encountered
Gradually her rosy dreams of the city
faded and she became disillusioned.
Moro than once her heart cried out for
homo and tho dear ones there, hut shu
struggled bravely on, determined tu
With ninny misgivings was her first
manuscript sent on Its Journey, and
Betty thought her heart must break
when It camo back, rejected, with tho
usual thanks., 'They will accept my
work; they must," sho cried angrily,
rind straightway proceeded to despatch
another nrtlclo to tho editor of a pop
ular magazine. It was a really merito
rious production, and Iletty Bcronnicl
for Joy'whcn sho saw It in print.
"Now my career has begun," sho
murmured happily, "and I know I will
bo n success, oven If It takes years to
accomplish. Tho folks at homo may
laugh at me, but I will snow them
whnt I can do."
Sho thought of tho little homo in the
factory town nnd'ot tho heavy mort
gage encumbering It, and how hard It
had been sometimes to scrape together
evpn enough to pay tho Interest. With
tearful ejes sho thought of tho hard
working llttlo mother, even now grlov
Ing for her absent daughter, and with
tho tears camo a firm resolution to
mako thati mother proud of her In thi
days to come. ,'
Ten years had passed. Thut they
had brought trouble and euro to Dotty
could bo seen by tho dcop lines traced
on tho Intellectual forehead an J
around tho sensitive mouth, nut with
the troublo had come something clso
success, seldom did an articio go now
from hor hands which was not ac
cepted, and sho was known and ad
mired throughout tho city. And the
one great ambition of her life, tho
writing of a book, was soon to bo
realized. Sho had nut seen tho homo
folks slnco sho had left tho factory,
teu carB beforo, and sho had tnado up
her mind not to go back until sho couhl
fulfill her promises and offer to thn
dear mother the laurels she hni won
in thq strife. Hor book was her life
In It sho put all her heart, her long
ings and ambitions; all tho pent-up
emotions of her soul found vent In this
product of her Intellect,
A great reception was being held by
Mrs, Pa) son Vandcll, one of tho most
fashlonablo women lu the city. That
night she wuh to entertain Miss llct-
tlnu Wullaco, tho author of tho most.
successful book of tho ycxr. Surely
Hem's triumphant moment had ar
rived. Flushed with hupplncBs, and
conscious of a great Joy within her
heart, sho moved through tho stately
throngs, tho Idol of the hour. Manj
wcro,tho comments passed upon her
cleverness, her wit und intelligence.
"And to think sho has made her
self," said ono stout matron. "How did
sho over rlso Ilka this? They say pbo
was bnly n factory girl ten ) cat's ago.''
"Well, her environments nt that time
were certainly not those calculated to
InBpIro ambition," Bald Mrs. Vandell,
looking proudly at Betty. "Tho girl Is
a genius, that's all."
Hut Dotty cared not for tho praises
ot tho world, and that night, as sho
Hat In tho midnight train, rubbling
nnlsly toward the llttlo homo town,
nho thought only of thn words of Invo
from tho dear mother and tho hoy,
nnd of Ihclr prldo lu her; nnd thinking
these thlngi sho was conscious of n
great peace descending upon hor soul,
for at last she hnd rcullied her nmbl
Hon. Dostou Post.
White Label Olives
Nicelle Olive Oil
. . THE PERFECT OLIVE
THE PERFECT OLIVE OIL
Ask Your Grocer tor Them
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Musician Smith of Company 1", who
has been sick for tho Inst three. da.
was turned oiit for ddty jesterdn) by
the post surgeon,
The National Guards were on thti
range all da jestcrday. They expect
to shoot for the next thrco months
ns thero Is n largo number ot men who
hnvo not shot this year. The range
Is In U bo nil the week through by the
companies of this battalion, so the
only chance tho National (lunnls hate
to shoot Is on Snndnjs.
Civalry Men Visit.
Thero were "a largo number ot bojs
from tho Fifth Cavalry who stnjed In
the uost from Saturday night until
Sunday afternoon. The bos from the
Cnnlry only have n chanco to visit
Honolulu once In a grcnt while, so the
Tort Shatter Itojs made It ns pleasant
as posslblo for them.
The I'ort Shotter "baseball tenni
wos out to the Icaguo grounds Sun
day, afternoon in their new suits,
nnd plaed thd Fifth Cavalry. The
Klftn cavalry ueicaiei tee ,i on
Shatter team by n'sroro of C to 2
The Shatters worked ' n ery tine
stunt that Is cry seldom heard ot
on any diamond, making n triple
play. One of tho Fifth men was up
o bat, while thero was ainnn on
llrst nnd one" on second. Tho man
at bat tried to make u nice hunt,
but Instead ho knocked anlce fly
to I.cnim, the Fort rfhaf(er third
baseman. I.cnim threw tho ball to
shortstop, McCall, who put the sec
ond man out nt second and then
throw to Santen at first, who put
tho third man out- It 'aus one or
the best plajs thut. the Fort Shat
ter team has pulled off hls year.
Holiday for Men. . ,
Monday being a legal holiday, nil
duty except tho necessary guard nnd
fatlcue wns susnended. The com
panies had their big dinner 'tho sotne
ng usual hulldas( and tho hojs en-
Jojod themselves In various way.
A large number of mm of this post
attende'd tho memorial services held
at Die cemetery In Honolulu.
SERVICE COMMENCING MAY 30, 1910
HONOLULU POWER "WAGON CO. will (rive a regular
daily service (Sunday included) with its sight-seeing cars,
starting from, and returning to, the PROMOTION (COM
MITTEE HEADQUARTERS, Bishop Street (Young .Hotel
Building), under the following itinerary (weather permit
MONDAY, 10 A. M
TttrcrtAv in a' w KAIMUKI. AROUND DIAMOND
TUESDAY, 10 A. M , HEADi and WAIKjKl.
TUESDAY, 3:30 P. M..,. .. .COLLEGE HILLS and Vicinity.
WEDNESDAY, 10 A. M P.IJNCHB0WL, Complete Circuit.
WEDNESDAY. 3 JO P. M.v.MAKIKI DISTRICT.
THURSDAY, 10 A. M...
THURSDAY, 3:30 P. ,M.
FRIDAY, 10 A,
FRIDAY, 3 :30 P, M COUNTRY CLUB and NUUANU.
SATURDAY, 10 A. M.,. ...COLLEGE HILLS and PUNAHOU. '
SATURDAY, 3:30 P. M,
"SUNDAY, 8:30 A.M..'.
SUNDAY, 10 A. M
SUNDAY, 1 :30 P. M
SUNDAY, 3:30 P. M .
A charge of One 'Dollar 'for each passentjer will be made for
any of the above trips, which will occupy nbout one nnd one-half
For further particulars,
UUpiAUlXkfi, luunu njxr.Li
ting nt the post was half-mast until
noon, nnd then there wni taps
sounded and twentj-one guiis fired.
There was n hnsketball game Sal
urilny afternoon, plned between tho
Fifth Cavalry nnd Fort Shatters, In
whlrh the Shatters defeated tho
Cavalry by n score of slxty.clglit to
five The l'ort Shnfter team did
some very fine team work, abqut tho
bent that they hate dono this jcor.
As for the Filth Cnvalry, they hnvo
a fine lineup now, but the Shatters
were n little too good for them, so
tlic) had to go away unsatisfied.
All the ball plajors of the Fort
Shatter tenm are excused from nil
duty except the necessary guard nnd
l'rhato Thatcher of Company (1
has been detailed on special duty
as compauv took ns Cook lloloun of
Company O Is pin) Ing ball with tho
Fort Shatter team, He Is excused
from his duty until the ball series
Is over and then ho will go bark to
his duty as cook I
Twentj-one Chinese nnd eighteen
Japanese weui deported jesterdny,
sailing fur tho Orient on theJlon
golla at i! o'clock lust evening
Tho Chinese were the mutinous
members of tho crew of the Ilrltlsli
freighter' Strnthgyle, which were
left behind In tho custody of officers
awaiting n chanco to ship them to
They were given n short hearing
before Commissioner Judd jesterday,
and ona and nil had no evidence to
give that they were entitled to re
main In United States terrltnr), S3
they were ordered deported nt once.
Tho eighteen Japanese who left
on the Mongolia were part of the
number ot poachers taken un Ijsnn
several months ago. Five were held
ns posslblo witnesses against Mnx
.'. . .HUIANU PALI.
n MOANALUA, FORT SHAFTER and
p' M : , JCALIHI.
PARK and BEACH
MOANALUA? FORT SHAFTER and
KAIMUKI around DIAMOND HEAD
, . .NUUANU PALI.
KAIMUKI around DIAMOND HEAD
KAIMUKI around DIAMOND HEAD
apply to the HAWAII PROMOTION""'
W A -N T ;S
Whtle'motorlng or driving towards
Ewa or Wnlnlua, you to call at
tho Walpahu Exchange and par
take ot their liquid refreshments
to clear your throat from. dust.
We alto hnndlo tho best In tho to
bacco line. 4C19-U
Ambitious men ana women to pre
pare for Letter positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for list ot
positions to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondence
School, at 1139 l'ort street.
Gentleman to Join two others In es
tablished bnchelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost ot living. Apply
"123," Uulletln office.
Ever j body to use the largo nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets ot good paper
for five cents, at this office. tt
rags at the Bulletin
An expert stenographer desires a sit
uation Hi n reliable house. Hold
er of excellent references. In nd
dltlon, has good knowledge of gen
eral office vvoifk. Apply "J. D."
care Uulletln office. 4C2C-01
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle. 1457 Auld I.ane. Tel. 1664.
Uetween Country Club and Vrn
Shatter, bunch of kcjs on silver
ring. Ilewnrd If returned to tho
Uulletln office. 4020-lw
Iletneen Outrigger Club and Seaside
bathhouse, bunch of Kejs. He.
wnrd It returned to 1177 Alaken
City Clothes Cleaning Co , No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakca St. Clothe
called for and delivered.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds 4540-lf
ft lint; Kec-Plnmber and Tifttmltk
Rrolla Bt.. bst. Hotel and Pmumhl.
Piano taught In 'six months; (3 a
month '(S lessons). Special 'atten
tion to adult beginners. "Music," I
this office. 4C22-18t
Mrs. Hodgson. Experienced Teacher
1'iano anu Hinging, uesi memous;
rapid progress. Thorough train"
Ing. All ages. Btudlo, 23C King
street, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons n Singing,'
Pianoforte, Pino Organ, etc. Resi
dence and Studio, 1G50 Emma Bt,
, ' Osteopath,
Coiner Union fend Beitt&nis Ka.
House Consulting.'l-S a, m.t it
ordayi excepted. Operating, 8-11
a. in.', 3-6 p, in.
A. E. BOWAT. D. V. B.
HOURS Club Stables; 10 a. m.
to 12 nu; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
.PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
CONSTRUCTION WORK. Head-
quarters, U. S. Marlun Corps, Quar
termast,er's Office, Washington, D. C,
May 7. 1910. SI3A1.KD PROPOSALS
will be received nt this office ilntf I
lUa, m, August 2K, 1910, nnd then
he publicly opened, for the erc-tlnn
of n marine hnrracs, oftu
houses, and servants' quarters at the
naal station. Pearl Harhor, T. II.
Proposal blanks, plans, specifications
und other Information can be oh-
tulued from thq Commanding Officer,
Murine Ilarracks, Naval Station, Ho
nolulu, T. II.; the Commanding Of
ficer, Marine Ilarracks, Navy Yard.
Ilremcrtou, Washington; tlm Ueptft
Quartermaster, U.' 8. M. C, 182
Second Street, San 1'rsnclsi.o, or from
tho undersigned. The Quartermasj
ter reserves the right to reject an)
ami all bids, or parts thereof, nnd
In walo Infm nullities. F, I..
DIINNY, Colonel, Quartormiister,
Illauk Imnks of nil sorts, ledgers,
eto', manufactured by the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Furnished rooms cool nnd pleasant
In private family. Appl) Mrs.
1' I.. Schmidt, prop , Alapnl St ,
No. 1038, near King. 4629-tf
Furnished cottage nnd housekeeping
rooms, Cottage Orovc. Phono
Clean furnished rooms; J 1.50 week,
GOc. night. 12S1 Fort street.
furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
McConnell. 1223 Emma Bt,
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Comfortnbla homo (with full board)
for ono or two gentlemen. Fleas
ant location; terms very moder
ate. Apply "M, A. O ", enre Uul
Cool furnished rooms and cottas,a
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Are., near School Bt.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
Neatly furnished roouis and board,
1GG0 Emma street, opposite Hoyal
School. Mrs. Annie Gabe, prop.
Nlcely-furulnhed rooms, for couples,
with bna'rd, In private family. Ap
ply 13CC King street. 4C24-tt
Hoarding by day, week or month.
Mrs. darnel: 118 Vlnevnrd.
" ' 4CH-lm
The Transo envelope a tlme-savlnt
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sondlng out bills or re
ceipts. - Bulletin Publishing Co.,
solrf agents for patentee. tt
3f)0 coeonnuts for sale; llic to !c
each. Some sprouted: others readv
to sprout. , Inquire 1100 Onllck
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and fish nets for sale cheap.
Address F. Johnson, Honoullull.
Diamonds and Jewelry bqueht. sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tl
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Dldg., Fort IJt
7ltMtnNS Employment Association,
-Maunntea -near Assl Theater. Call
- up plione 897 It you want ft cock,
good boy or servants. '
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
rrompi ana route Attention
-CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 ' Night Call 1014
, YTE USE,
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and, protect it
from contamination al
lure ample keeping
TUT. PflWTI DAISY.
M Tel.' 8907 " ""
Chas, R. Fxaoier
ihone 371. 122 Kins- ti
'" ' " .
M. A. Gunst &Xo.
For the Victor Talking
BERGSTROU MUSIC CO.. LTD.
Thnyer Piano Co.
160 Hotel St, Phone 218.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 290
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
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