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nVCNINQ HULLUTIN. HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, JAN. 7, 1908.
BUfflESS BISESWY '
Umbrcllns re-covcrcd. T. Takata,
Tort St. near Kuhul
Mr. Ja. Sheridan, planoforto tuner, i
ah oruers Bii(ti(i uo left nt tile Ha'
"" omuls iiiiiiiwi uc icii m me na-
wallnn News Co. Young bids. Phone
2!)4 or cor. Alnkon nn,f llntnl SC.
Yee Glnn Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., Let. Hotel nml l'nuahl.
ggy DUL1.CTIN ADS. PAY -3BQ
Manage Estates, Collect
Buy and sell Property.
Invest your fifiids. Make
loans on real estate or
Act as Trustee, Guardian,
Write Fire Insurance,
Buy nnd sell Stocks and
Bethel Street, Honolulu.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co., 931 Fori St
Fresh, whclcsome, and of every
Berctania, Al&kea. and Union.
him Ticn tiv-tS for over ttixiv
YHAKS br MILLIONS ot Mothers
fc 1NO, trllh portcct cucccu. IT
f , .ww ...,, ww j, '' cui'.na F.
CURBS WINt) COLIC, una li tho t
ibefitremeritf fnrTVTAIMMlllf A. KnM V3
3 by DrufjKl.ta In every part ol tho fi
tg world. l uri and uslc for Vra. 3
vvioKiowttpootmurayrunnna tak.0 i
no other kind. 3 Cents A Bottle. S
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc., call on
J. E Santos,
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
Hee Kau 5ee,
NO. 1320 NUUANU ST. nr, KUKUI.
Phone Main 147
lionoiuli! Cloftes Cleaning Go,
Evening Bulletin 75d P,er month.
atuU?JIIjK.. ' m:
v iAif"'(fn iiAWiyi'
,rr '"" help, phono White ssoi, Ma
klltl General Hmploymcnt omce
cor I'ensneoln nnn Bcrotanla.
por f,r.i,.. nn. .. -. i......
,iLlo, -SfP nh"B.l S m, UM
''I'l'1!"- m- ' I'nikull. 'Phono
Wlllto B(!. tt
Seo H.istlnnn for repairs of Locks,
KtH Music Uotes, Bhnrpcnlnri of
Kin.' Cutlery. Hear Union Grill.
Jo M Davis,
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
Tel. 117 at 1250 Fort St.
Repairs made at your home and im
mediate use of machine guaranteed,
Sewing Machines To Rent.
is made to PROTECT and
BEAUTIFY. It it fails to do
cither, it is a failure all
Pure Prepared Paint
docs both, because
(1) It IS nurc. That makes
(2) The colors arc wcll
blendcd. That makes it
(3) It is prepared for use.
That prevents its being
spoiled by the painter.
(4) It is made by W. P.
FULLER & CO. That's
Lowers & tiooko.
177 S. KINQ ST
Our Suits made to your measure fot
are guaranteed to give satisfaction,
so that you get your money's worth
Geo. A, Martin,
Open Until 5:30 P. M.
1J7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
end Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE3.
No Reasonable Offar Refused.
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
is assured when you break
fast, lunch or dine at
COR. KING and ALAKEA.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
colli teous drivers.
OAIIU ICE AND ELfcCTBIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone P28
Charles D. Walker,
Wc build jachta, launches, canoes
and ciaft of every description as they
i.hould be built.
BOAT AND MACHINE. WORKS,
v ' tKing near Alapai.
- iter - - -vu. vJ.4i!ii, j fumA. . vvtrl
Slams & Bacon
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
HATS THAT ARE
becoming to the wearer are
made by us with that elegance
of style nnd quality that bears
the name "Knox. New York."
There's nothing better than is
Hats and Fans
GREAT REDUCTIONS IN
ROSES and every other
flower grown, at
Reretania Corner Smith.
rjjp- DULLETIN ACS. PAY -
Q. Yee Hop
H"H -4J- f4
I The New Year!
S WITH A I
I Durable Cheap I
113 HOTEL ST., HONOLULU. 1
j & fiJi"i.ls svh .'?s :(.t.. --..- - - f,
ft ii :
it it it it -V it it it it it
An iiiiuleHri girl In Kngluml iuus
with the ueetlla held bvtuecii liur
In n recent municipal election nt
Chnril, England, two mala cnmlhl.itcj
withdrew In order that two women
might hno nn jnconlesled lcctlon.
Mury Itaniscy Lemons Wood of
lllllsboro, Oio., Is 120 .vi'iirs old She
leccntly cut three double teeth anil
.iys with assurauco that she expects
to sec 130 jcnrn.
The lslt of tliu lirluro nml princes
of Wales to India cost the country
approximately 1297,915 on the navy
iiccoimt, In addition lu the special
elll-icrvlcu oto of Muo.ono.
The modern girl con do everything
:i limn e.m do and do It on less food
and with less sleep, says a writer No
man could lhu tho life tho ordinary
t.oclety woman leads nnd nut ho a
wreck nt thu end of1 tho dtst season.
Oortnluly no man could run the links
Hut ncri!Ku woman runs In the meio
mutter ot health and not become a
continued Imalld on the spot
The champion "Indy shncr" of the
world, as sbo was .know u lu l.onilon.
Is dead. Miss N'clllo Wlek was only
.1 )ears old, but s she had been u
barber since sho wits 4 cars old she
had done about n llfcllme'H work Her
lather was known ns the IlKhtitlng
bniber." Iiinlicr." Her imml per
lornianco was tho hhailnj; of lueiit
one men In ill many minutes.
The crnzo for noelt Is golni; to ex
treme length upon (he Russian stage,
in)s a writer. Actresses who c.mnbt
ercato a sensation by tho mere ex
cellence of their performances are
iiehloUng their purpose by sirll.ing
eccentricities. A.crueJMifiiity. nnmcil
Mdllo. Llgurln, actually wears neck
laco partly compose'd of eng.igtmcnt
rings which form n striking unit prct
ly necklet, being strunft like luooches
upon a bnpkground (if penrls Tho
rings, of course, signify tho number
of conquests made by tin f.itr weatui,
but there seems n coy ilu ho.utless
ness lu eurr)lng the olTiilngs of an
uulslied n'linlrerj Btruiiv mgotlier like"
It w.13 soinin here In Hie llftlcs
that 1 was going up the Mississippi,
mid, thii'igh I didn't gamble mjsclf,
1 managed to g't ild of u gieat deal
of time Hint woull hue otherwlno
hung heavily on in.v liauiln, oveiloul.
Ing the illlleieut tables wheie the
gillies, mostly hoen iiji,niid po'ier,
Ihoro wan n erj latelllgont negro
boy emplued iilioud Hie bunt who
had been hired nut b.v his master to
do odd Jo'.m for fees, his uiiittir pock
eting u i omul nun nr iii.i'ly. 'I ho boy
-Hob wus his miuie-linil Hindu n
great man.v fi lends iiiuoiig Hie people
who were lu the hil'lt of traveling on
the I her Mint of tlieni know th.lt
mi) thing they give him 'voiilil gu lo
his muster, nml nil vvl.died that bu
might lie fiee mid lime something for
liliiuelf Hut time wtiit on, nnd Hob
eoiitlnued to tin. Ig'itc the Mississippi,
gatheilmT In funds Mr thu ,'muii who
owned him. 'J '
On till i particular dip l.nrklus, the
Iiiiv'k iniihter, was iibii.ud the boat.
There was nlso n Colonel Slticlulr
nbo.H'il, wholtiiil lung till, en n gieat In
terest III Hob il lid wlimii I fie negro fair
ly worshiped. I overheniil Sinclair and
I.mMiis, sitting on the guitid with
Ihelr fei t on the mil talking nboiit
Hull, Sliielalr validv tr.ving to Induce
I.ail.lus to name a price he would
titku for thu Iioj . LarUllis declined
that his ptopcrb paid him mi lutciest
on $U).nOO. and liu would not sell Idin
for less. This of course slopped any
A day or two later, when wo were
approaching New Oilcans, on passing
lliriiiM'li tlm meii'rt cnltln I Knw l.nr.
klus, Sinclair, u I raise denier nml u
liquor dealer sitting nt poker. They
wci'o Jioit beginning to piny when I
fctopiHsl to (ircrlnok thu game. A few
minutes Inter Hob passed by, nnd Sin
clair called to him to bring Juleps for
tho parly. Hob went to tho bar, u Ut
ile boxllko affair nt the forward end
of 4lie cabin, and soon returned with
four largo tumblers containing thu
Jillcps, Hob set tho Juleps down nnd
was about to w Ithdrnw w hen Sinclair,
tossing him n dollar, said:
"Stay wheio jo' me, Hob. Wo'll wnnt
nnother Julep directly."
Hob stationed himself behind the
colonel's chair, w niching tho gnmo
Willi n keen Interest for ho had seen
many n gumo mid could havo phijed
n poker Iinnd himself now and ngnln
going to fetch refreshments mid such
other nrtleles ns Iho party needed.
My eyes happening to full on tho
colonel's hands while he was dealing,
I detected Idin diawlug tho cauls that
fell to Laiklus fioin the bottom of tho
pack. I was uwaru that on thu Missis
sippi Ibis wus considered legitimate.
between, jirofessluual gamblers nud
: it a :: -:: x
I HOW COLONEL SINCLAIR j
i WON A SLAVE. :
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
A plncli of Rait taken before niciiln
IlrusliliiR the hair thoroughly In nb
tolutcly necessary. If It Is not ilotio
y nil the tonics anil shumpoos 111 iiroc
tv dismal failure.
A bruised nail should bo held for
I.nlf nn hour In water as hot as It
can bu borne. This will usually irc
cnt the nail from dlscolurliig.
Lemons arc or useful In health
nnd sickness. Hot Icmonndc Is one
of the best leuiedles foi tin Incipient
(.old. It Is also excellent lu cases of
Kilting apples for luncheon or break
fast is one ot tho best habits n woman
who uses her brain constantly can ac
qulro. They nro healthful, eoslh
digested, and In man) persons over
come a tendency to fullness of blood
in the head.
,A simple remedy for oillness of de
mise Is to ndd n little washing sodn
to the wnler In which Hie fnco Is
washed. Tho rich foods which anise
pimples nit nflllct tho nine and the
only permanent cure Is it return to
u normul diet.
l'erfect teeth and red gums me n
ery essential purt of beauty. To
keep both In tondltlou tcrupulous care
will bo needed. Veiy cold or hot? as
well ns acid, drinks should bu noldud
nnd the mouth rinsed out after each
meal. Salt Is good to ndd to the wash
Indian meal moistened with a little
lnegar or lemon Juice Is excellent
when the skin of the hands has been
roughened by work or cold; It will
Ileal ami milieu them Iluli the bauds
thoroughly with the moistened meal
mil wash tlieni In warm water nml
bathe them with g!ccrlu lotion.
Waits liny be returned lu tills way
Soak n small piece ot beef all night
in luegar. Cut whnt will coxer the
wart nnd tie It on. Strips ot sticking
plaster will be elTcctho ns fasteners
Tuko the meat off In the daytime and
put It on nt night. In two weeks the
wart will die nnd fall off.
Mrs. C. A. Crossman, prominent In
dub mid charitable work of New
York, urges that people too poor to
support children bo tnuglit tho "nw
fulncss" of bringing them Into the
world. She treats the subject nt
length In nn article, to, )nnKe.,cle.ir
her po'slflo'n on rnco suicide, which
startled the Women's I'eace circle.
only Inexcusable and" ofTcif "Hangcrbus
among others when discovered. I
therefore said nothing; but, sidling
round behind the colonel, I looked at
his hand Ho held three kings, nn nco
nml n seven spot. lie opened n Jack
pot with $.V)0. The horso denier went
In, thu liquor denier passed out, ami
the colonel raised the amount $1,000.
I.nrMus threw up his nee nnd seeu
spot, drawing two cards, ono of which
gate Iilm nnother king, making four.
Tho liorsu dealer passed out, ami tho
colonel drew ono card. He drew n
long pucketbook, from which ho tool:
$2,000 nml put tt on tho Idle.
The only band In poker that could
beat Liirklns' four kings was four nces
or n straight tlusli. Slnco he had held
an nee the llrst could not be held Iry
any one, nml tho only wny he could bo
beaten was by u straight Hush. The
colonel had drawn to this nml might
have lilted, but thcru Is nr better
choiicu for a bluff than draw Ing one
card for u lluxh, nnd every one nt the
tnblu believed that Sinclair was bluff
Ing. L-irLlns saw tho colonel's $2,000
nnd raised him $2,000. At that mo
ment I saw tho colonel look nt Hob,
who was standing behind the liquor
man. Hob edged himself behind thu
colonel mid on seeing his hand ut
tered mi Involuntary "(Josh!" thou
looked eij much frightened nt what
he had done Uhu colonel turned nnd
gnu him ii scowl Then u disappointed
look settled on his face, us though
Hub's betra.Mil ijf Ills baud had pre
vented his winning untold thoiu.inds
Tal.lng out his pucketbook, he laid nil
enormous package of bills on the table
They weio not counted, nordld Ijirklns
care to count them. Ilu had heard
Hob's exclamation and seen thu look on
his fine, Indicating that Iho colonel
held a wonderful Iinnd, which must
Mircly bu n Hush lie threw down his
hand, and thu colonel raked In tho
Lnrklns on lulling out Ids pocketbook
found th.it he had lltllu or nothing left.
He had dropped $.-.,r,CO.
"I'll tell jo' what I'll lo," said the
colonel to thu mull who had been haul
hit. "I'll 10 Hob with my vv Innings
I'll give .mi" tho pile for Iilm,"
Lnrklns h'j-uggleil between his de
she to keep his revenue lu Hob and his
need of lemly money The lead)
money pieviillcd, and. a bill of sale
having been made and signed, thu colo
nel pushed Ids . Innings over to Lnr
klns mid low fioui thu table
The colonel oITeied to niiike Hob five,
but Hob Insisted on remaining the colo
nel's slave and did so till the war made
him free Hut dm lug Ids slavery Sin
clair would never dike a cent of his
I had seen plainly tli.it Sinclair had
laid ii plan with Hob to get hhn out of
his muster's cluMies Ills method was
not above lepiiinch, and I would have
Interfeied with the success of the pro
ucdlug h id I not co islilerud that no
mini ha.) a lU'it to the fruits of nn
other's labor. In oilier vvoids, I vvasnii
j WANTS !
The Little Ads, with .the Big Results
SAN rilANCISCO AIKiONAt TS
WANTKI); the older the better
Must bo cheap Address W. It.
I'nrrlngton, Bulletin. Ivy
rart Hawaiian of fair address ami
Intelligence, far clerl. ; good op
portunity for the right mail. Ad
dress this olfice, "Mnn." 38!tl-tf
rirst-class Trench Dressmaker wish
es to havo few more engagements
by day. Address "M.," this office.
Ily a refined gentleman, room and
board In n private family, Addrcsi
"L. i:.," Hulletln, city. 38S2-1W
position by n competent bookkeep
er. Addiess "A.," Hulletln.
v stcaiiiplowmnn wanted. Apply to
Messrs. 1'. A. Sihaifcr & Co.
Room nnd boa id In private family.
Addicts ". ," this offlco.
Clean vlpliig tags nt the Hulletln of
fice tt 1
Japanese joung woman wants situa
tion lo do genei.il housework nnd
help cooking In small family. Ad
dress "J W.." Hulletln. 3S89-IW
Hxpcrleticed bookkeeper ilcslies per
manent position. Address I'. O
Ilox 4r,r.. City. 38'JO-lw
DOARD AND ROOM.
Hoard and rooms In prlvnto family
for two gentlemen or man and
wife nt Knlmukl. Address I' O
Ilox C12. 38'Jl-lw
Klrst-clnss rooms en suite nnd single
at moderate prices by tho day,
wcok or month, ct the Hotel Del
monlco, 130 lleretnnla near Fort.
J. II. O'Neill, proprietor. 381g-3m
Lnrgo houso on Hcrctnnlu St. noxt
to Quecn'B Hospital; rent very
cheap. WW. Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished cottngo and housekeeping
rooms. 1'. V.. King, Cottage drove.
two front furnished rooms, 1812 1,1-
lllm St. 3883-tt
pointer dog, white mil liver color. '
Return to Tain Illng, ritv Meat 1
Co,; ?.r reward.
A ring Owner can secure same by
culling nt lTt7pntrlck Urns, cigar
Vtoro, proving property nnd paying
for this lid. 3SS5-1W
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
.Singing. Rapid progress with
thoioiigh training. Studio, 117(1
Ileretnntu Bt., near Alakea St. See
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages wc have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W, W. fight Co.,
King Street near South
A water-proof wall-paper
for bath rooms and kitchens.
Wilder & Co.
A Succialty on Saturdays.
BEST BREAD ALL THE TIME.
i&-t tJ.Vri.sl . .i4l,
-'omcthlug Cheap Lot on tho cor
ner of Kee.iumokii nnd Kaalheu
Streets, opposite the Planters' Ex
periment Station. Size of lot 50
ft x ICO ft. Kor J1100 cash. Ti
tle Him best, warrant) deed given.
Apph to hlln A. C. Long, Kaplo
Innl llull'llng. 387S-2W
Pino corner lot in Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
nnd nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and 1'unnhou
College. Address It. F.. this oDlce.
fine single-footer, pei ferity gentle,
will ride or drive Also a line snail
' ,.F Iwik..u f.n... ,1... .!.,.. ..... Il.
ner ranch: well mated pply J.
C. Qillnn, phone 210. WV'j-lw'
Hcef cattle for snln at Knhiikti, Hawaii
Apply Col. Sam Norrls, Walnhlnu
$4.00 Case Delivered
BY YOUR QR0CER.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS CO.
F. I. WALDR0N, Agent.
Dr. A.N. Sinclair
has moved his offices to Hotel St. be
twccn,Alakca nnd Richards Sts. (with
Dr. Humphns). Hours: 8:30 to 10
a. nt.; 4 to 5 p. m.j 7 to 8 p. in. Sun
days by appointment. Tcls. 377 or
385. Res. 1384.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale irnpiricra nd Jobbtr
AMERICAN ORY OOO Dt.
t'OPTsnd CUEEN ar
Scalp Ttpatmcnr. Facial Massage.
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
Phone 491. 1150 Fort St.
FINEST COLLECTION OF CURIOS
in the city at
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PICTURES
Our New Christmas Frames Will Be
On Next Alameda.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
AND OTHL'H 1'lANOb
THAYER PIANO CO.
ICG HOTKL 8THEET.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAOLE DYEING AND
Fort.Strcct. I'hono 676.
OF ALL KINBS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
Attorney: Notary: Conveyancer:
Rcnl Estate: Mt'g. Loans: Collec
tions. Agent to Grant Marriage Lic
enses. Office 70 Merchant St. Phone 310.
jrjgj- Tyr Rent" cards on isle at
t. tJlillVhn oUlCtt
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletln.