Newspaper Page Text
.EVENWO BULLETIN, HONOLTJLtJ, T. h!, THURSDAY, JUE 2, 1910.
For Good Furniture
Chast R. Frazier
tfhone 371. 122 Kin M
GEO. A. MARTIN,
f ASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Business SaiU.for S2I
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
PARISIAN- ART; CO;
EUROPEAN AND FANpY O00DS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon' and
Cluny lace, by (he yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDG.
NEW, PATTERNS IN STAMPING
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES. '
Miss Kate Woodard
U41 Fort Street '
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
I Alexander Young Building
PICTURE HATS and
', "TAXI BONNETS
rv MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
'. 'PARLORS' ' , "
Boston Building: Fort Street
LEADING' HAT CLEANERS.
All Kirids of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX T.URRO Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
' Honolulu. T. It,
Dry GQpds Co.
DRY GOODS '
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
iKing St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KTNG ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made' to order.
, ' You'll Find
,i ' FRAMED PICTURES
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel .St., Between King and Hotel
Importers of oriental
" ' r goods
WING WO TAI & CQ.
041' Nuuanu Street Phone 2G8
I FINEST FIT
And Cloth of Al Quality Can bo,
MO CANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 001 Telephone 031
. HONOLULU CAFE,
1 -Vo Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suev no
etairs. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Qf Yee Hop & Co.
iy"For Sale" cards at Uullctln...
of Bcautv"and Long Ltfe is
the art of growing old grace
fully. . Beauty that is only
"skin deep" is not the lasting
kind. That is why
PURE PREPARED PAINT
looks as fresh and new as ever
when other cheaper and less
puM paints arc old and faded
Everytliing that rocs into
this paint is tested for dual
ity and purity: the result is
the FINEST PAINT MADE.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 S Kine St. Phone 775
To better introduce 1835 R. WAL-
LACE TABLE WARE, that resists
wear, in Honolulu, beginning Wed
nesday, June 1, we will make n
30. per cent.
On all our present stock, comprisinc
five exquisite patterns. Every piece
. rtfc.C6., VI
113' HOTEL STREET Phone 512
IN CITY LIMITS
C. H. BEHN Phone 5
Your machine will be ready for
rou when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment-on autos; we rtjttj
Von Hamm - Young
LEXAND3R YOUNG BtnLDINH.
"The Best-Buut Car in America"
SOIIUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
' ,&V J. W. KERSHNM ZVl
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
Your Electric Light bill is govern
ed by the lamp you burn. Try a
TUNGSTEN We Sell the Best
Union Electric Co.,
Chickens and Geese
Will do it
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
I gjjf-DULLETIN AD6 PAY
:- Lingerie Novelties .
evSSSMIy-srTTSi L qSi , ...; -rr- (
kt sW v'r I TW 4Lir i sssslssssssVrl LV j jlVfif Mr m I
ALTlldllOII tho new dresses iiiNo a great deal nffullnt-s, yet raslitmi deniaiiiW that lh- aT0r1hivH n slender
figure. lir this reason up to ilato uiulirniMir In cut scantier than it Tliere Is lllcriilly mi mi peril null full
ness. Notice, for Instant e, the llncirle slip Kir' sllowiv I-KP tlin rullle lit tho liultnin Is put cm nlmmt plain, lly
the way, ilther of the two models shown could easily hi made by liny wiitinn, mul lullher unuld lake mucli
material Tllu slip Is nit pilnciss. limit Insirtlous uf nnrrow uilcndiinx Rlnt ji.iik I erTects. Tho flounce Is a,
ery scant one, unrclv castd In. It Is (ilmlnud ullli tuo luinds of niirnu nnd thriu of wide jnritlon and ends In
n lace flounce.
Tho kimono dressing Jacket Is par-1 '
tlculnrly eusy to'make. ns It N all In
one Piece, nnd tiq sides nr merly
tacked logctlier to rurm me sicees,
This would be equally irTrftlto lundo
of ribbons The separate i tikout Is
liiMirlably madolthoiit fullness at the
buck, and the. Jirsy tupped nrlklu Is
In great) demand All of the ikw night
Kuwns are built on iluinlssi Huts to
slip oer the lund without itny buttons
or fastenings. '
NICOLA DELIGHTS .
Those who expectod to seo Borne
thliiK In the ht-tond Class lino of
magicians when Nicola struck town
with his company, and opened nt the
Opera Ifouso were uway off, for" tho
work he has dbno Is of the first order
and It drawing full houses.
Probably tho mm thins which
more than another delighted nnd In
terested tho large, uudlenio of last,
evei.ing was tliu feat of tho magi
rl.in tu getting out of u straight-
Jacket which was biuuglit over from!
me lusiiuc uiioui tinu rifuppcu upuu
him by otic of I lie asylum attend
ants. After perhaps scicn or eight min
utes of strenuous wilggllng on his
bad;, his Hide and nil over tho stage
In his axcrtlons. In full vlow of thu
audience, he freed his arms, which
lutil been Btrnppcd In ImtK. by snaps
from tho cuds of tho sleeves, and
then It was easy to got tho under
strap loose ami by main force drag
the Jacket over his head.
Nicola's exhibition of Inbt evening
showed somu of tho older tricks of
magic nnd slelsht'oMuuid, but near
ly nil of tho work was new stuff.
In Miss Sutton he has nn ablo as,
sistant, - '
Tho tonr; and danco work of
Whipple and Adams', tho two clever
girls of tl'o- company, between tho
first and set nnd paits of tho pro
gram, drew forth loiinds of np
plauso. Mndolny. who claims to be Amer
ica's greatest toinsdy Juggler, gaQ
tomo exhibitions last, evening which
were of tho first order. Thp Jug
gling trick In which ho tluow his
lint from the ct.J of nil umbrella to
n'clgnr held In his mouth, nnd from'
Uih clg.tr to hi head, being excep
As to the general pcrforman-e pf
Nicola, nothing inn really bo said
but In commendation of his clover
Work throughout tho evening. At
he last ho gave tho'usual exhibition
of getting out of hniidcuffs whim
were placed upon him with all care.
One pair of bracelets and leff Irons
ha wns out of a rtiosl instantly, 'ino
tfecmid test was by linndrlilllng his
Hands behind him mid fastening the
handcuffed hntids to his left inkle
with leg Irons. Hven this combina
tion fulled lg hold him, nnd In a lew
moments he inmo from Iho cabinet
with the open Irons.
, Tho clerks nt The Clarion cloth
ing' stoio have Issued n diullcngo to
Nicola, utntlng that they will nail
him lu a padttng caso that ha can
not' get out of, thoy bolloe, THU
ijiallcngo has been nccopted for to.
1'or this evening ho has accepted
Turnkey llllly Woods' proposition of
hnUng tho "Oregon Iluot" placed on
htm, and U going In mako n try fa
getiout of It. Nicola has never seen
nno or these Instruments for holding
dangerous prisoners, but. ho. Is will
lugi to tako u chupce. As Nicola
fVio CVK-t-vTr-ir 'fVT'lTl
J-lie JllUVVy 1 Xail
VniAT tho nernge oun air) nerds
moru tlinn nnthliiK Use Is cuni-
nion siusc. That Nxibaps her imdh-
er's fuult as iniicli ns It li lur own,
' The young are apt to Juilne by upp nr
ances. to bq uttrac)t,d by gllltir In
stead of real worth and not to look
cry deep Into thing, liut whatnlmut
the ccniniilos thu souug woman's eld-
irn set lit r? .
Are wo not apt to chooso the ilotlus.
friends, mode of' life, ite. that luiikti
thirmiKt show for lb" innuc) rxpendid looks Ait for I bono first of nil nnd does
"op them? nijt lit hermit bo dazzled by a graco-
Du wo tint rather desplfe tho slow, fid dancer, a clevrr conversationalist
the old ruKhloiKi! iiiialltles, perhaps i or; n tendir lqcmakcr her futuro holds
thi reliable lines? - . -. . H.inje dunce of happiness.
Under llu re drruiustumts n glrl ,(llils should Liar lit mind that, ns
oftin closes the niuiv sIiq fulls In hi)llll Knlers run lUipcsl. so the quiet,
with us she would n new party gowp. almost shy joung man wbosu capacity
ifcilio wants lil mi to be showy, mid slie
jpnsscs by the duruhlo kind man
'w,lui N slow of sreicllaijil tSn'tltnnJ.o
small talk ' ' ' '"
Mothers could sine tlielr daughters
jm inudi surTtrlux If tbiy wuuld util
freed lilmsolf from tho handcuffs
whit h Woods placed on him Tlies-
d.i) night, thu latter now believes
t lint lm hits Nlcnl i oil tho next prop
MR. FRANK SPEAIGHT
AT KAIULANI SCHOOL
A very great trcnt wjih cfijoyejl, by '
tho teachers and six hundred children
of Knlulanl school, when Mr Siienlght
Huill cnteitalnoil them this nuirn
Ing. Ho thoughtfully suited his roml
lugs to tho Juvenile mliuhi of tUnso
Paescrsby must havo liven greatly
astonished by tlin I oars of laughter
that greeted tholr cars from tho de
lighted chlldrpn. who were. Iicldvpolb
bound by Mr. Spealght's Irreslstublo
nclng and facial play.
DQI)V!:i,l & CO., who opfinto
tho lllue Fuunol Uuo of sleumers be.
twpcn Tncoina and l.tverpool 1 1 the
Orient, hnve been uatllled Hint they
luiva. rccolvcd tho tautrjii from, tho
gnveri.metit for transporting at my
supplies fiom Tacomn and Bcattlu to
Manlln for tho cur beglnulns July
1. This tonttact has liecu noiu tor
eevernl years by Frank Waterliouse
& Co., wltlt It now operates llrltlsh
tjilps nltogcthor. The Dodwvll'bld
was $3 on general cargo, coal and
grain, and $ 7per thoiiMind on lum
ber, Sixty thousand ton or frcigtu
and 9,000,000 feet of lumber wero
moved last ear, -
Special Meetlnt of'Sfockliblders
.Notice Is hereby glvon that a spe
Lial uieotlng of the stockholders of
the Wnlnnao Compnuy will bo; hold
nn I'd day, the 17th day of Juno,
1010. at 10 o'clock ii, m, at the
oflke of .1. M. Dowsotl, Honolulu, T,'
H for the puiopso of Considering
an Increase In tho capital stoctc of
said Walatiao Company,
lly order of the President.
J. M. DOWSKTT.
Secretary, Waianae Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May 31, Jtho,
vw 4033-Ct vt
teach them to. look In low tho surfaci
ttbm ctiooHlng liusbabds
Tho brllllunt man swlslly Is rare!)
the good lioiiicinnkir, and he who li
popular with (he bios Is upt to reieuU
Ids lioine as ii )lieiliig placo only.
"loy of the irit, sorrow of Jh
lirjrne." Diiucltt said, speaking of Tur
tiirln of Tnrnsconi who was the pen
ph's political Idol, nnd Micro art
more Tnrtnrliis unions us than w
It Is the duty of eery mother tt
piflnt out to her daughttr tho quail
lies llmt are nieessrtrv to inuke a cood
liusbiind. Tli re are qualities which
I urn desirable, but certain characterls
tlrs nio absolutely ntcessary. The
wjnds of matrimony simply will not
i stay oiled without llicin. It the
ibiuabti r made wise by her mother
for small lulu Is nil may uo Ilia one
u)iu,c feelings are tho strongest and
w)iO Is thn most to bo depended on In
the buslnissi world. The good prp-
ylers ami lioiiitmakrrs ure upt to bi
fiuinil uinmig I lime nun,
OONSTHUCTION WOIlfc, Head
quarters, U. S. Marian Corps, Quar
termaster's OHlrc, Washington, I). C,
May 7, 1 U 1 0. SIUI.W) PROPOSALS
'will bo received nt this ofllco until
Ilia, m., August :.", 1P10, and then
bo publicly opened, for tho erection
of n ninrlno barracks, ameers
houses, and servants' Quarters at tho
niYvnt station. Pearl Harbor. T. H,
Pniposil blanks, plans, specincatlons
ami other Information ran be ob-
mined from the Commanding Omcer
Marine Ilarrackji, Naval Station, Ho
no'lulu. T. II.; tho Commanding Of'
flcpr, Marine Darracks, Navy Yard,
llrcmerton, Washington; the Depot
(luarlermaster, Ui B. M. C 18!.'
Second Street, San Tranclsco, or from
the undersigned. Tho Quartcrmas.
ter, reserves tho right to reject any
nnd nil bids, or parts thereof, and
to waive Informalities. P. Ij.
DKNNV, Colonel, Quartermaster.
ASSESSMENT NO, 12
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Has been called aad Is PU13 J UN)-'.
IB njid UKMNQUHNT on JUIA' 15.
Special Meeting of Stockholders "iof
I ii i. ' . I
Notlco fs 'hereby given that a Bpe
clu meeting of tho stockholders of
Hie Wnlanue Company will be hem
on pVed'uesday, thelSth day of June
19(0, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the or
llco; of J M." Dow sett, Honolulu, 'l'l
H for the piirpote of taking Bteps
necessary to obtain an amendment
to the charter of tho company,
lly order of the President.
J, M. DOWSKTT,
Secretary, Waianae Company.
Dated, Honolulu, May 31, 1910.
Two Prescott bandits distinguish
cd" themselves by g'olTig' into n res
tnurant, robbing It, and gottlng out
wllhout tipping a slnglo waller,
Torubhtyiio (ArU.) Cpltaph.
Whllu motoring" ur drlvlug towards
i;wn ur wniaiua, jou id can at
tho Vali:ilm llxclinngn and par
take uf their liquid refreshment
to clear our lliroat from dust
We aim li.uidlo Uih best Iti Ilia to
bacco Hue. -IClO-tf
Ambitious men and women to pre
pare (or better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for list oi
positions to Hawaiian .Agency of
tlin International Correspondence
School, tit llZ'l lirt street.
Gentleman to Join two other In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
soiiiihtu cost of living. Apply
"123," llullelln oftlce.
Everybody to tuo the largo nickel
pad far school nnd figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good papar
for five cents, at this olllco. tf
Clean wiping rags al the HuMctln
Japanese Rooking School, ramlllcs or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. Al.
Matzlc. 1457 Auld Ijino. Tel. 1SC4.
Iletween Outrigger Club and Seaside
bathlioiue, biiiieh of Uajs. He.
ward If returned to 1177 Alakoa
Tom Carpenter Plastering, cemenl
work of nil kinds; Btdewnlks n
Rpeclalty. Lowest possible prices
Unsldunre, 123IC Kmnin Place,
The Hxpert Clothes Cleaning Co.
(kimls called for and delivered.
1127 lirt St., opp. Club htables.
Oily Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St. Clothei
called for and delivered.
For hire, sevea-oeatcd Packard;
phono 199. Voung Hotel Stand;
Chasj Reynolds. 4S40-II
Tea filnr Xte-Plumber and Tinimltk
Rirllth Rt.. bet. Hotel and Psushl.
Piano taught In six months; -S3 a
.,t. la'l...n..l b..H.lnl ..-
Iliuuiu 0 lusnujiai. apcwiui micir
tlon to adult beginners. "Music,"
Mrs. Hodtrson, Experienced Teacher
I'tano una Hinging, nest roctnous;
rapid progress. Thorough train
ing. Alt ages. Studio, 23G King
street, opp. Hawaiian Klectrlo
Prof, of Muslc-i-Leisons in Sintrin?,
Pianoforte, Pipe OrgaD, etc. Itesl
dencelaud Studlo,550 Kmma St.
Corner Union acd Beretania Its.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.i Sat-
ardays excepted. Operating, 8-18
a. m., 3-6 p. m. ,
A. R, RO'yAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 ra.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
B'tel0 a. m. 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
M. A. Gunst & Co. 9
, PRIMO j ;J
beer ' April Records '1
i K - r-, r, For the Victor Talking W
y Machine rB
' THE 0RPHEUM BURNED JB
But BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD. M&
Orpheum Saloon steinway 1
'jSTILLALIVE AND 0THER KAN0S '-
Tlinyer Piano Co. jm
lg5 editorial rooms-250 bu.b 150 Hotel St. Phone 218. ;jH
nets office. These are tho telephone tfhVhVjn GnARANTrTn v ' H
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office. iUJHNU UUAKAMTfcfcD )
l.lngU front liilntle'lrlc llsllld,
inudaru fdnvtiileiirM- it(iltiible for
two )0iilK Kellteupi, also Milall
front iiioin suitable for one Ren
tU'inan. S" 1 Young Urect, near
K.iplnlsnl street. iC,?.i-t
riirnlxhid rooin-v tool nnd pleasint
In pilvutc faiplly. Applr Mr
I I, HcJmil.ll. prop, Alapal Hi
No loss, near King
Clean furnished rooms; fl.CO week,
-T0e. night. 12SI IVirt street.
tfco (iirMBUed ruonis. , Appi Mr
L). AtcCnnell, 122S Cruni Bt.
lliHikel.ecjilnj; rooiii( Cottage (lroe.
I'hone 1087 tt
1'iirnlnlieil house. Apply 1713 lleacli
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Comfortabtu home (with full board)
for ono or two gentlemen; Pleas
ant location; terms very moder
ate. Apply '!. A. !.", care Uul
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without botrd. 1034
Nuuanu Ave., near School Bt.
Prices moderate. ' 4460-tl
Neatly furnlijied rooms and board,
1GC0 Kmma street, opposite Royal
School, -Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop.'
Nlccl)-tiiriilshcd rnoms for coupler,
with board, lit private family. Ap
ply 13CC King street. 4C24-tf
Hoarding by day, week or mouth.
" Mrs. (laixcli 118 Vineyard.
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Dullotln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. ' tt
350 cocoanuts for sale; K,c to 25a
each. Some sprouted; others readv
to sprout. Inquire 11C0 Qullck
Polnlpr pupiilci, olght weelca pld.
J. W. Harvey, Sporting (loods'-De-partment,
-i:. O. Hall k Sori.'"ln
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes nnd fish nets for sale cheap.
"Address V. Johnson, Honoullull.
Diamonds and jewelry bought, sold
And exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-IslanM and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Uulletln office. tf
Men's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort St
Jrnt Employment Association,
Maunokea near Assl Theater. Call
up phone C97 If you want cock,
good boy or servants.
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND feMBAT-MyTt
Prompt and Polite Attention '
'CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
CATHOLIC SISTERS '
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
. it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping '
THE POND DAIRY.
o ' ; m
. t il