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EVENING nULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H., THUR8DAY, JAN. 26, 1905.
& Muice H, (S13W TO-DAY, for Nw Ada.
APBCIAL NU I'HJUS.
A half acre of ground with fine real
deuce, stable, carriage shed and ser
Magnificent view overlooking entire
Buildings almost new.
Purchaser can hare Immediate pos
session. Apply, BISHOP 4 CO.,
STORES AND OFFICES Walty
Building, King Street.
STOnK Fort street, makal Island
Meat Co. store.
BTOIIE Fort Btrcet, opposite Catta.
BTOIIE Berctanla and Fort Sti.
HOUSE raclfic Heights.
BISHOP & CO.,
Furnished room, with or without
board, by young man; state terms.
Address E. A. P., this office.
Toung man wishes tuition In phonog
raphy (Isaac Pitman system); state
terms. 1)., Bulletin offlcc. 273-lw
Second hand kodak In good condition.
Address F. II., Hanlclea lawn, City.
Nicely furnished rooms; price reason
able. Haalelca Lawn, cor. Hotel
and Richards. 2958-lm
Room and board with private family
for lady or gentleman. Apply 1335
Cheap 2-room furn. cottage for light
housekeeping. Hdu. Hotel, Nuuanu
St 2978 lw
Furnished rooms at 1223 Emma street.
Mrs. McConnell. 25G3
8TRAYED OR 8TOLEN.
On December 22, 1904, from the prom
ises of Albert E. Mitchell, Puunui,
ono bay horse, brand y on right hind
leg; clipped, A reward of $10 will
bo given to tho parties returning
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
The Weekly Edition of the venlng
Bulletin gives a complete luminary of
tli cw of the day.
Books, Bookish People and Things
We get no good by being ungenerous even to a book.
E. B. Browning.
"William Shakespeare; Pedagogue
and Poacher," a drama by Richard
Garnett. 12mo. $1.25 net
John Lane has just published a dra
ma In verse by Dr. Richard Oarnett
entitled "William Shakespeare, Peda
gogue, and Poacher." The Bcene is at
Stratford-on-Avon and the neighbor
hood and the time is set in 1585, in
March, 1585, to be exact The action
concerns Itself with Shakespeare's ad
ditional exploits In deer stealing. Sir
Thomas Lucy sets a snare for him, Into
which he falls neither unconsciously
nor altogether unwillingly, arranging
the escapade with his scholars In cele
bration of his proposed dejmrturo for
London, whither he has already dls
.Ti'Otthed the manuscript of a play to
"'Maner Field." This play, as he tells
Ills fretful lfe, Is called "The Taming
of a Shrew," (the title of an earlier
play on which the Shakespearean
comedy was founded) and the material
for which, as he hat) tho assurance to
explain, he had collected in the course
of his martial experience. His enre
less frollck, the animus of the magis
trate, whom he threatens at the trial
with ten thousand spirits ready to seize
him and set him
"Bemocked upon the public stage
Stuff tor tho humorous world'
the cross purposes of Ann Shakespeare
and Lady Lucy and the Intercession
of the Earl cf Leicester at the close
effect the poet's-relcase from "waspish
ness and indotlllty" of Stratford to
the opportunities of "prodigious Lon
t don." The blank verse Is full of bor
' rowings from the plays and hints of
j the,, storms, of later jcrUlcism; as when
8h,akespjare, annpunclng.bls ..departure
to his wife and intimating that he has
, found feminine sympathy Insufficient,
suggests this Intended alternative:
, And I will seek- a manly sou, and
In my heart's core, even'in my heart
, of hearts.
And in high verso I will eternise him,
Blazonjng his beauty forth, his name
To set the wide world wondering who
.And sharp debate shall drain the Inky
Of sage and scholar laboring to divine
If 'worth It was of, bis, or wit of mine,
w .Art. Iii n.-.r.:.Zm 1 1 -i vviBto. h-
A splendid opportunity to rent or lease
that largo and commodious two-
story brick house, Bltuated on Nuu
anu avenue between Vineyard and
School streets. For particulars In
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Furnished Room Housekeeping al
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5-roora cottages with bath, hot and
cold water, $10 per month. Apply
Manager Sanitary Steam Laundry.
Furnished housekeeping rooms at
Cottage Grove, King St. Inquire
No. 8. 2979-tf
Newly furnished rooms, all modern
conveniences. At No. 84 Vineyard
39 years lease of lot, CO x 120, with 4-r.
cottage, servant II., excellent bath
ing; ground rental $75 p. a. Price
$000. P. E. R. Strauch, Walty Bldg.,
No. 74 King St.
Flno corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two mln
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this office.
1 good driving mare; 1 large, roomy
surrey; cheap. Address B. A., Bui
Live frogs, at No. 12S8 Nuuanu St.
near Kukul. Wing On Chong.
Cheap Home near Park, Wolkikl.
Address R. S. K., Bulletin.
A single1 harness nnd phaeton; almost
new. Address J., Bulletin. 2970-lm
FOR SALE OR RENT.
A 2-story house with large grounds;
very cheap, on easy terms; corner
Wnlalae road and 7th Ave. Inquire
on premises. 2978-lm
A chain bicycle. Owner can secure by
proving property and paying ex
penso of ad. Apply this office.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
"The Specialist," a novel by A. M.
Irvine. 12mo. $1.50. John Lane pub
lishes a novel called "The Specialist,'
by A. M. Irvine, which tells a Btory of
the hopes and fears and ultimate
triumph Incident to a daring surgical
operation. The scene is laid in a 6anl
tarium in the Alps where the hero sub
mits himself at considerable doubt to
the hands of the Specialist The sur
geon holds out little satisfaction to
his patient In proposing the ordeal
merely admitting the chances of recov
ery, but dwelling upon the Importance
of science of the experiment and the
slight ndvantage to be gained by avoid
Irtg it. Though his days are supposed
to bo numbered, tho hero Is somen bat
diffident in making up his mind to
take the risk. The decision Is beset
with further difficulties, as well as
tomewhat facilitated by tho love affair
that runs through the story. The
tale Is one of continuous tnterebt and
the touch throughout is light.
Through the course of the talo the fig.
lire of the Specialist Is dominant, and
whether in his busy consultation room
In private conference over tho momen.
touu issues with his patient or In his
more personal relations with the
group of people tho novelist brings un
der bis care, or again in debate with
his more cautious colleague, who rec
ommends against the daring attempt at
caving life, he controls the course of
events and adds to the happiness of .the
lives about blm. ,V
The J, S. Ogllvlo Publishing Com
pany of New York announce for Inline.
dlate publication two new books by
Charles Wagner, author of "The Sim
pie Life." The titles of the new books.
arc "The Voice of Naturo" nnd "Thej.
Jusy tire." The price of each Is to
1)0 CO cents in cloth and 30 cents for
the paper binding.
All communications, books and perl
odicals for this department should b
sent to the "Bulletin Bookman," Ho-
lualoa, North Kona, T, IL
Mrs. Young: Lucy, I'm afraid I mar
ried tho wrong roan. Mrs. Elder
Don't let that disturb you, dear; every
woman who marries does that. Bos
SHORT STORY FOR
A FUNNV SORT OF TRAMP
A light wagon drawn by a single
horso was just coming over the hill
to the west. The tramp In the back
ground turned at the sound of the
hoofs and looked back. The horse Vras
being driven fast and hard. He fairly
galloped down the Incline, the driver
urging him forward by word and oc
casionally by a light flick from his
whiplash. As the borse neared him
the tramp drew aside and stared
hard at the driver. He was a man of
perhaps eight and twenty. His hat
was off, his lower jaw was firmly
squared, his gray eyes gleamed. He
didn't look at the tramp as he neared
him. His attention was all on the
horse and the road ahead.
And then, just as they rushed by, one
of the reins suddenly snapped, the
horse swerted Into the bushes at the
ride of the road and stood there tremb
ling. The driver recovered his balance
and leaped to the ground and to the
horse's head. And the trSmp was close
at his heels.
This is fine luck!" growled the
driver, half to himself.
Any help wanted? drawled the
The young man looked around at
"No," he answered shortly, and
busied himself with the broken rein.
He was In a highly nervous condition.
That was evident. His fingers seemed
thumbs and be appeared at a loss what
And the tramp, perched on a stump
close by, watched him with a careless
air and softly whistled.
I wish you would stop that whist
ling," cried the young man Irritably.
"All right," said the tramp cheer
fully. "I don't care much for It my
self." And he puckered his mouth In
a comical way and seemed to be whist
The young man breathed hard.
"It's the fiends'own luck!" he snar
led as he looked around as if in search
of something that might aid him.
"Haven't ou a knife?" inquired tho
tramp In a mild way.
"No. Have you?"
The tramp nodded.
"It needs a bit of cord, too."
"Yes, hut I haven't nny cord."
"Well, I have."
"I'll pay you well If you'll help me,"
cried the oung man.
"All right," said the tramp as he
stepped from the stump and drew out
bis knife. He took the rein from the
jomig man and quietly made two holes
In each of the broken ends. Then he
produced a stout piece of cord nnd sec
urely drew the ends together. He
worked deftly, tho young man stand
ing by and watching the nimble flag
"What do I owe you?" he asked as
he slipped his hand Into his pocket.
"There jou are," said the tramp as
he tested the mended rein. "What do
jou owe me? A ride to the village."
"Jump In," said the young man as
lie glanced at his watch. He took his
seat beside the tramp and picked up
the reins and spoke to the willing
horse. "I won't drive quite so fast,"
he muttered half to himself; "I can't
afford another breakdown."
"You seem to be in a hurry," said
"I am," replied the driver. "In a
"After a doctor?"
"No." 1 ,
"Carrying a warning?" '(
The tramp hesitated.
"Not In the confidential mood, eh?"
"That's a pity. I helped you In a
email way just now. How do you
know that I can't help you again?"
The young man gave him a quick
"You're a funny sort of a tramp,"
"Yes. But perhaps no funnier thnn
the others. Maybe I'm handicapped
by being new at the business. I'm
still a little short In the make up, you
The young man stared around at
"I don't know how much tramping
it takes to make a tramp," cald the
dusty stranger, "but I'm tramping all
right. Besides, you shouldn't judge
by appearances. As one of my pro
fessors used to say, 'you musn't let
jour Inner consciousness defeat tho
oldence of your eyes.' I look like a
tramp, don't 1?"
"Aro you a college man?"
"Yes. Harvard, '99."
''Good. What's your name?"
"Dorrlngton? That's funny,"
"How do you make that out?"
"I mean that it is funny that 1
should run across that name again.
You . see this is my mother's native
country, and when the doctor told me
to get out and rough it I made up my
mind to take a tramp about these hills
rnd, among the scenes that were fam
iliar to my mother In her girlhood.
Let me see. Was your mother Emily
Dorrlngton, daughter of Ezra?"
"That's fine. It makes us distant
cousins, you see. You needn't bother
about shaking hands. I'm very glad
to know about your mother. Is she
Again the young man stared at him.
"Yes, and enjoying good health.
But who are you?"
"I'll tell you later. Now what's
your trouble? There is a trouble,
"No. But It can't Interest you."
"I'll leave you to judge. There Is a
run on our bank. In Littleton, you
know. It's a small affair, but it means
n good deal to us. My father founded
It thirty years ago. He's president
and I'm cashier."
"What's wrong with It?"
"Nothing. This Is a mining district,
)ou see, and wo have a host of small
depositors. Something or somebody
1 as alarmed them. Yesterday after
roon just beforo closing time the run
commenced. It was only with tho
greatest difficulty that we could close
the doors at the usual time. The
crowd was -watting about the bank at
6 o'clock thla morning."
"And you are not prepared to meet
"The trouble came so unexpectedly.
Our Investments are sound. We are in
sood shape. But we haven't tho cash
fund It seems Impossible to raise it on
such short notice."
"But you are trying to?"
"I am on my way back from Salz-
iurg. I've turned some securities Into
cash all I could get. It Isn't quarter,
enough. Here It Is," and he kicked a
.mall bag at his feet," "Mostly silver
and small bills. Just what we want
It there was only enough."
"I see," Bald the ducty stranger.
"What time Is It?"
"Half past nine. Tho bank opened
ft 9. Father Is there handling tho
crowd. He can keep It going until I
"And how long can you keep It
"If the depositors continue the run
I think I can hold on until noon."
"And then we will have to close the
"That's bad," said the dusty one,
"It's worso than you Imagine. I
fancy It wilt kill my father. He would
look upon It as a disgrace. And It
would go a little hard on me, too. I
was to have been married next month."
He said this as It thinking aloud.
"It's bad luck to put It off. You
mustn't do that May I ask the name,
of the lady? I am so much Interested
In names, you know."
The young man, holding tho reins
tightly over the steady going horse,
gave the stranger another glance.
"You are a strange fellow," he said,
"I can't Imagine what good It would
do you to know the lady's name."
"Why, she's going to bo a sort of re
lative, you know,"
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NATIONAL QOLF PLANS.
New York, Dec. 28. A special com
mittee of the United States Golf Asso
ciation appointed at the annual meet
ing last February to consider the plan
of placing all the clubs In the national
body on an equality both In the pay
ment of dues and In voting power has
finished Its work and wilt report at
the next annual meeting February 10
In this city.
The committee took up a proposi
tion from fourteen Western clubs to
reorganize the association Into one
class of membership with every club
entitled to a vote. In Its report the
committee reported a compromise, ad
hering to two classes, but providing
that an associate membership may be
changed to an active one, and the dues
for tho latter are reduced from $100
to $50. If adopted this plan will per
mit clubs to attain voting power In the
national organization If they so desire.
It Is also provided that allied clubs
be given a small representation on the
LOOPING ON 8KI8.
Ishpemlng (Mich.), Dec. 31. Loop
ing the loop on skis, a feat never be
fore attempted, will be one of the
great attractions at the annual tourna
ment of the Ski Riders of America, to
bo held In Ishpemlng February 22d
Heretofore wild dashes down long,
snow-covered inclines, ending with a
thrilling leap of from seventy-five to
125 feet, have been the main features
of the annual tournament, but now a
still more hazardous undertaking Is to
Con Thompson, a member of the Ish
pemlng Ski Club, Is firm In the be
lief that a ski rider may successfully
loop the loop. After consultation with
Harry Hulst, an engineer, he has de
cided upon the outline of a loop. His
plan calls for a ring twelve feet in
BURKETT TO BOSTON.
Boston, Jan. 3. Jesse Burkett, the
heavy hitting outfielder of the St Louis
Americans, has been secured for tbo
Both President John I. Taylor and
Captain Collins have been anxious to
secure this player, and tho former clos
ed the deal some time ago with Pres
's Thousand Dollar Prize Contest
Is Now Running
A Pope-Tribune Automobile
An Angelus Piano Player
An L. C. Smith Shotgun
A Premo Senior Camera
A Cabinet Tool Chest
A Barrel of Flour
FIR8T PRIZE A Pope-Tribune Automobile. Value, $600. This machine
Is Mr. Gus. Schuman'a Importation and It his choice from among
the best autoa In the United States. It It made by the celebrated
Pope Mfg. Co., of Hartford, Conn., who guarantee It.
8ECOND PRIZE An Angelus, the world-famed piano-player. Value, $250.
The Angelut Is the result of an Inspiration, and hat made It possible
for any man or woman who kowt nothing about a piano, to p.lay
any clatt of music correctly. The Angelut It a modern miracle In
the musical world. The Hawaiian Newt Co. are the local agents.
THIRD PRIZE Ah L. C. 8mlth, 12-gauge, high-grade 8hotgun. Value, $50.
It hat automatic ejector, armor tteej barrels, English walnut
stock, half-pistol grip. Thlt gun It from the tportlng-goodt house
of Woodt A 8rieldon.
FOURTH PRIZE A Premo Senior, 8x7 Camera, made by Rochester Opti
cal Co, Value, $40. Thlt Instrument hat Bautch 4, Lomb lent,
Victor shutter, vertical and horizontal twinging back, front rising
and falling, rachet and pinion focut. Camera It from the Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
FIFTH PRIZE A $20 Tool Cabinet, made by C. E. Jennings A Co., New
York. Thlt tool chest It made of chestnut and contains thirty-six
useful articles; every tool warranted. The cabinet It from the well
known house of E. O. Hall & Son.
8IXTH PRIZE One barrel Port Costa
Hawaiian-Japanese Ballasting Co.
Best black sand from $2 to $3 a load
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks. Third door below King,
Maunakea St: P. O. box 820. Tele
phone Main 398.
CLEANING AND DYEING.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Beretanla St.
Territorial Messenger Service Unloi
Bt near Hotel; Tel. 361 Main.
Today Burkett called at the Ameri
can League headquarters and signed a
contract for next season.
President Taylor said that Outfielder
Stone and a money consideration were
given for Burkett
Boston paid Milwaukee $2,500 for
Stone last fall.
Pitcher Tannehlll today notified
President Taylor that he was satisfied
with the terms offered for next season
and woutd put his name to a contract
as soon as the document was received.
Jesse will pitch for less money than
be received last season.
AMERICAN LEAGUE WORK.
New York. Jan. 3. Clark Griffith
the manager of the American League
team, blew Into town today from his
Mnntnnn rnnrh. Thp "YnnkeA" cen.
cral was accompanied by Clarkson, the'brnska has taken form and a bill has
ex-Harvard twlrler, whom fJrlfflth has
I.aah n..hln. In ttin In, rli rln. nf nrn.1
arlfflth will pick his first baseman
from Oanzel, Anderson and Chase, the
latter being the California star v. ho Is
M Id to bo a comer.
He has also a new
(Ore.), Dec. 31. Manager
McCreedle of the Portland Coast,
League club Is endeavoring to make a
trade by which he will sell Erve Beck,
his lnflelder, for Johnnie Burns, who
was second baseman for Los Angeles
and later for McCloskey's San Fran
cisco Pacific National League team,
and Friable, nn oi1 fielder from tho
East. It looks now as If Butler would
Open To Everybody In Hawaii.
Pure at mow and maket best
Mr. Jas. Sheridan has opened a repair
ing shop at 1168 Miller Bt cor Bert
tanla. Charges reasonable. A num
ber of second-band pianos In good
condition, cheap. Orders may bt
left at Haw'n. News Co.
Piano taught In 6 months by expe
rienced teacher; $3 montn ib les
sons) ; special attention to adult be
ginners. Address "Music," this of
Blank books of all sorts, Mm
tc., manufactured by the BaUttla Pta
remain with the Portland Club. He
was given permission to sign East it
ho cared to do so, but not with any
other club In the Pacific Coast League.
Jake Thlelman and "Ham" Iburg are
to stay In the team and another pitch
er will be signed. McCrccdle has not
landed a catcher as yet.
Several of the Coast League teams
want Harry Spencer, who played sec
ond base for Portland this year, but It.
Is doubtful If he will bo allowed to go.
In tho outfield McCreedle will play
right field nnd Klrby Drennan may be
at center; although Seattle Is anxious
to get him. Phil Nadeau will not wear
a Portland uniform.
TO PROHIBIT FOOTBALL.,
Lincoln (Neb.), Jan. 2. The threat
ened legislation against football In Ne-
already been drawn anu is rcauy tor
(fit t nflllHlnn In HlA Rttllfl I.PClftlatUrU
which meets tomorrow. Representative
Cunningham Is Us author, and he says
he- will strongly advocate the passago
of the bill.
"I know my course In trying to pro
hibit this game is unpopular. But I,
believe It Is too rough and dangerous
and I will try to put a stop to it," he
The students in the State University
hooting tho measure and wilt
probably make a demonstration against
it when the bill Is Introduced.
Walter Chef, there's a Kest out
there that's in a hurry. Ho wants to
get to the depot in a jump. What's
tho best thing for bim.
Chef Frog's legs. Chicago Journal.
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