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H.4 Redward
'and Builder
42 Punchbowl Street.
Telephone BLUE 1701.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to.
Telephone White SL :
Jobbing Promptly Attended To. j
OSCAR SELLERS
PLUMBING.
OSce and Shop:
17J Beretanla. Near Alapal
Pmping station.
Street
SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY.
Wiiy Jtfot
KEEP YOUR HORSE
AT THE
Hotel gtaHles
Where the feed is good, the con
ditions sanitary, attention kind
and prompt, and
RATES MODERATE?
James Brown, Proprietor
J
FISH MARKET
BOOTH
Wm. J. ARNOLD, Manager.
HAS
CONSTiCTLY ON HAND
CHOICE LIKE OF
Imported a-d
Domestic Meats;
Fisft; Live and Refrigerated Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes,
Fruits and Vegetable.
Two deliveries dally to ary place
within city limits at 9 a. m. and 3
p. m.
Customers desiring to have their
orders delivered are respectfully re-i
quested to call and lnve the same
prior to tbe hours above named.
.telephohThhin 379..
ICE .'. ICE
Delivered io all parts of
the city.
Oahu loe&
EleGtric Co.
Phone 3151 Blue
XIII
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-FOR ONE WEEK ONLY-
BIG SHIRT WAIST SAW LAST
ALL IMPORTED GOODS of
stylish lashion:. Don't
Saturday, Jan. Wh.
A. A. MONTANO, Prop
I H. F. DAVISON, Mr-
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ARLINGTON BLOCK.
Phono Main 31 L.
5KW-XIX
mv- mj. .di .
THE TERRITORY STARLES
A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, first-class
boarding. Rigs delivered and called for In any part of the city.
S. F. Tjiornas, Managed
-Kmnj-Lnr-iimLj
iNewYorkDeutal
Parlors.
Rcom 4. Elite Building. Hotel Street.
THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS.
No More Dread of the Dtntal Chair.
mtv .iu) in 11(1 srco?Trtelv
j without pain by oar late sclmtlfic
' methodH. No fcleep-produdng agents
I . MtMlna 'HiflCfl nrtt thP nTlv dental
" 7", . , T . . " v T,.f
! parlors In Honolulu that have the pat
ent appliances and Ingredients to ex-
tract, fill and apply gold crowna and j
norcelaln crowns, undetectable free i
'""", -- . -- I"I won't marry old Fiebel-Jones- not If
natural teeth, and warranted for :, .,,.,,
years, wunout ice least puub ui i
pain. Gold crowns and teeth without j
. ..iAiA m
plates, sold filllnec and all other den
tal work done painlessly and b; spe
cialists. Gold crowni, ?5; full eet teeth, 55;
bridge work, $5; gold filllnc, 1 up;
silver fillings, 50c.
HO PLATES
ntvuty
Any work that should not prove tat -
isfactory will be attended to free
charge any time within 5 years.
of
We are making a specialty of gold
crowns and bridge work; tee most
beautiful, painless and durable of all
llSSS&fri
Prv WM
uuniai wk iwhuhu io tut: y.ui.u-. N p ,t gure ,t 0,,, or i
Our name alone will be a guarantee , . ' . ' .. . , ... .
that your work will be of the best. We ' bldf "a tod yon to do it long ago.
have a specialist in each department. But- for aU t,,at- Aunt Jutl-V can do
Best operators, best cold workmen what she likes with all my money un
and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the til I come of age. and if I marry with
staff are inventors of modern dentls-' out her couspnt before I am 21 all my
try- Wre will tell you in advance ex-, property goes Into trust, with her as
actly what your work will cost by free trustee, and she can allow me as much
examination. Give us a call and you or as 1Ittle aa sue llkes lt Aunt jU(ijtD
will find we do exactly as we adver- nnllnnrr mint, nno mi"ht ex-
Use.
HEW YORK DENTAL PARLORS
Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
Office open from S a. m. to 6 p. m.
Make appointments for eveninfc.
Wela Ka Hao Saloon. j
QUEEN STREET,
JUST OPENED.
COOL DRINKS,
' ' r,rk-aa '
mmuie in ume uj ; .
day!
McKENZIE & THOMPSON, Prop's. I
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forget, it will close on
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HOTEL STREET.
P. 0. Box 57.
Main
35
Io Get
tv Wnm
LONGING.
ta dtr tiZi ttri tey bidi tae ttir
I leer ' vooSisd ptJ. met brali ! t,
7s ijxi Ux . frrH-y Kit
' Of sUadc. i.ij- tben. I lc tadij
; Ecw Uir sk K tie te Jit. tir nrxy
j Oa wic brsxi bnu: lb tea .u-t niina
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' Ard rputle ia tie wfai thxt bmiija et -isi
Btserth cod cram tilt cy iISr tccy
: AsJ citir Hid zettt tr rirgfj-f tinrifh tai
j tiroci
Ti pexceisl heir: rf tHeaes. Ai. J lee?
Fcr btrs3j in that bnaa illicit ti Uce
' la5 ash itffl aijit ta vtds tie wxisr litn
! Rrrfesr tie rut prseetsjca cf ttxnl
Hertwrt Buifen! la Eui tad Wot.
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i A MOMENT I
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OF WEAKNESS. ?
Hrs- a Ccnple Obtained Consent J
to Their Starriase. T
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"What on earth are we to do?" cried
pretty Lydla Darrell almost tearfnlly.
' vv uuuio w utr nutiu iuiu uiK w
"Marry Jne and defy the old cat!'
"Yes; that's Just what I should like
to do, butrone must consider things."
"You mean money?'
"Yes; I mean money. You see. If
Aunt Judith bad any rational ground
for objecting to our marriage, if she
said you drank or vere already mar
riedof course I know you are not
but I am supposing a case"
"Don't you think you might suppose
something a little, less uncomplimen
tary 7
"No; certainly not What does It
matter in supposing? Well, then It
would be different, and I should feel
that, however wrong she might be, she
really meant well. But when she can
only say that you are one of the most
arrogant opponents of all the noblest
and purest aspirations of our sex
which means that she suspects you of
, laughing at her bloomers why. then. I
know that It is not me that she is
thinking of but herself all the time.
And she wants me to marry Fiebel
Jones because he natters her to the top
of her bent and calls her a pioneer and
all that sort of nonsense."
Do you think thnt punching his
J head WouId do any good?
I .. . . .ey
pect that she would come round when
she found out what a dear you really
are. But 1 know she would be only
too delighted to get the money for her
movements and societies, and I should
never get a penny. So we must wait
till I am 21."
"If I could only get round her In
some way. If this was in a novel.
there would be dozens of ways. I
J should drop on her .iu a railway -acci-1
dent and soothe her last moments with
?
forget that she Is a teetotaler."
"If you had met as many teetotalers ;
( is I have, you wouldn't bet I know
, one who simply wolfs down a trifle i
that Is stiff with brandy aud vermuth, j
thnnph hp irrmliln't touoli plthor hnn-
I ,". -. - ,- , ..!.. u.. , I
ot. t nf , - , mIht h In
p wny when her horses bolted."
1 -
"Oh, she doesn't keep any!"
"She would in a novel. And 1 should
top them at the risk of my life, and
she would fall on my neck and call me
her-preserver."
'1 should like to see that!" cried
Lvdla. with a delicious trill of laugh I
(pr j
"Lvddy. vou have np Imagination." I
said Bob Falk, with dignity. "I am ;
rare the scene would be most drninat-
1c. especially If Lady Judy happened ,
to be In bloomers. And her remorse
would be so great that she would give
me her consent written on a visiting
card, or perhaps my shirt cuff, to pre
vent mistakes."
"How can you talk such nonsense:
But you have given me an Idea
Couldn't you save her when she is out
blcycllngr'
"What from? And how aai I to And
her at the right moment!"
"Well, really I should have thought
that a man could have arranged all
that In a minute."
"Seems as If the (forest plan would !
be to arrange the accident One might
bribe a tramp to attack her and allow j
himself to be driven off by one. and l
then he would probably blackmail me ;
for the rest of .my life. Or one might j
pet a generous friend to do the tramp i
part in disguise, only 1 can't at the
present moment think of any man wb.i
would be such a Jay. Besides, your j
Aunt Judy is Just the kind of energetic
female who would Insist on seeing the
villain safe In Jail after the rescue
Then 1 should have to give myself up
to save him. The plan Is not so brli
llant as It seemed at tirst."
"No; It isn't; very far from It, But
listen to me. On Monday Aunt Judy ;
starts on a bicycle ride to Scotland
alone. She wishes to show that one
woman In bloomers can go through the
length of England without coming to '
grief. Now. my idea is that you should '
accompany her." -
" 'Myes! Do yon think she will catch
on to the etopementr"
' "Oh. she Is not to know. I will find .'
out the route she goes by. and you will ,
follow at a distance and keep her In
Ight. Then If she gets Into any dltS-cultles-and
I feel sure she will you
can 'rush to the rescue and earn her
eternal gratitude."
"Supposing she sees me early in tbe
jaunt and smokes tbe trick 7
I "Yon must take care she doesn't if
yon keep behind her all the time, she
wont be able to see you.
, Bob Falk was very much In love
with prettjLydli DarrelLandlie would
&fcre attempted anytnlng Cat bof Cte
ca sliest promise of advancing th dats
it their carriage- Bolides, at that
' moment the young woman of the libra
ry, who, knowing them by sight and
divining a Iov aUalr. had humanely
left them alone in the back room for a
few minutes, returned with en apolo
jetlc and at the same time decided ex
pression. For one of the results of Lady Ju
dith's harsh pol'cy In ordering that
notat home" was to be said to Air.
Fait and in exercising a strict censor
ihlp over th" letters received by her
niece was that Lydla had hit upon the
Idea of the IJbrary a a meeting place,
and Bob put messages la the agony
column when he wished to communi
cate with her. Lydla of course cfcld
write to him.
"In consequence of 1 " rmation re
reived." as the police r. Bob Falk
started in pursuit of La Judith par
tially disguised In a so. of very old
clothes and a peculiarly villainous
cheap hat.
By the lime the quarry had passed
the one hundredth milestone from Lon
don Bob was unable to resist an In vol
untary feeling o' admiration for her
pluck. She rode hills which most of
her sex would have walked. She took
no heed of the chaff which from time
to time floated round the unaccustom
ed spectacle of her bloomers. She kept
up a steady pace aim stuce to ntr ar
ranged route with an accuracy that
materially helped the pursuer.
At the close of the third day, during
which she had beaten .her previous rec
ord. Lady Judith stopped at a wayside
hostelry. Hitherto Bob had avoided
the hotels which she favon.-d with her
patronage, but now there was no help
for It. He must either put up In the
same building or ride on five miles to
the next town.
He thought that If be avoided the
front of the house and effaced himself
among the people in the bar parlor she
would never notice him. After all. If
she did she was scarcely likely to sup
pose that he was there on her account.
He loitered about for some little
while In order to give her time to settle
down In her place and then walked In
to the bar. The next minute be emerg
ed again with singular alacrity.
"What the devil am I to do? I sup
pose they won't hove her In the best
rooms In that get up. and she's too tired
to go on. If 1 Interfere. It Is 10 to 1
that 1 do no good and 40 to 1 that she
only hates me all the more for seeing
her. It seems brutal to do nothing or
at least not to try. but no woman could
forgive a man who had seen ber In
such a plight By Jove. If there were
only some evidence! All's fair In love,
especlallv In a coe like this."
He prvwh'd disconsolately to the
back of the building, cursing his luck
and wondering what he should do.
There he hit upon an Individual who
evidently combined eycling with pho
tography. A brilliant Idea sprang up In hta
brain. He engaged the amateur pho
tographer In conversation and explain
i ed bis desire. The kodak changed
hands, and so ,dld a gleaming yellow
coin. There was some shuffling of new
films. Then Bob Falk took hasty snap-
shots of the back and front of toe
building In order to divert suspicion
from his real purpose. After that be
conveyed the kodnk to the bar.
Some little time after ber return
very singular letter. It ran:
Deir Ldy Judith t hire a dostn of the !n
elowd. Whit mould you rtcomrarnd me to do
rith theci? Toun truly, Robekt Fus.
The Inclosure was a photograph. She
removed the silver paper hastily and
saw. W:1I, you see. when the landlady
of that hotel positively refused to ad-
mIt her t0 anJ" ot lhe rooms used by la-
dies on the ground that her costume
would do harm to the establishment
"be had consented to take ber meal In
the barroom and put up with an attic
mtlier than proceed farther in her ex-
hausted state. She had regretted this
j weakness ever since. Sue only hoped
that no knowledge of thi Insult which
she bad allowed to be heaped upon the
cause would tome to the ears of her
' strong minded sisters.
Now she saw before her eyes a visible
j presentment of the scene herself In
her semlmanly garments seated at a
small table to the right discussing pro-
t visions, to toe left a knot of common
mea and the apparatus of the bnr. It
was bad enough to be exiled from her
! proper place. There was the worse
thought that by brr presence In the bar
"ae Daa Riven iam encouragement to
the curse of drink.
Bob Falk married Lydla Darrell with
her aunt's consent, and no one could
eTer make out why Lady Judith chang
ed her mind so suddenly. least of all
Professor Fiebel-Jones, who thought
himself aggrieved
Aunt and niece did not see much of
each other after matrimony. Sladame.
Card Plnylnjc In C arch.
Frequent cases of card playing oc
curred Id churches In olden days In the
high or curtained family pews that
were to be found In several parts of
this country. A cast of card playing
was mentioned by the poet Crabbe as
having occurred In one of those pews
In Trowbridge tiarlsh church. Mr. Ber-
esford Hope stated tljat card playing
was not uncomojon In churches having
curtained pews, where those occupying
them were screened rrom tne onserva
rJon of the rest of the congregation.
and that one or tbe t.eorgcs is creauea
with taking part at a game of whist In
the church he attended. The church at
; Little Stanmore. In Middlesex, has a
luxurious room pew which Is approach
'. td by a special door and staircase. Tbr
! old St. Paul's cathedral before the
j great fire of London was used by bnsl
i ness men as a sort of exchange. The
I portico was let out to hucksters, and in
those days gambling and cards are
both said to have been Indulged in
without let or hindrance within the
cathedraL London Standard.
! WM. H. BARTH
J STAR BLOCK
1290 Fort Street, Near Kufcui Strest
I P. O. BOX 30.
j METAL ROOFING
! GALVANIZED IRON SKYLIGHTS
AND VENTILATORS.
PIPE AND GUTTER WORK
Jabbisg and Hp2iri3s Frssaptly Attad2d to
HONOLULU, H. T.
r, .. srssixi. ,r.x wjtrsoa
BUSSELL a WATSOH
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS-AT-LAW.
ilagoon Building.
Cor. Merchant and Alakea Streets
Phone Main 32S.
John a. Hassinger,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, etc
Removed, to the
Offices of Macfarlane & Co.,
KAAHUMANU STREET.
R. Susumago
PHOTOGRAPHER.
Fine Cabinet Photos Only $3.50 per
Dozen.
Cor. of Maunakea and King Sts.
THOMAS LINDSAY
rin' lowplpr
And Watchmaker
awgeat 530 fdbt street
OR. W. K, BUGLE
CHIROPODLTT.
Hoom 18. Arlington Building.
CORNS AND INGROWING
TOE NAILS EXTRACTED
JUOO & GO. Ltd.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
and
STOCK BROKERS.
307 Stangenwald Building :
: Phone 223 Main.
ALBERT KALLWEIT
NICE . CIGAR . STAND
Adjoining Hotel Stables.
Tobaccos of All Kinds.
Cool Drinks On Ice.
HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Hawaiian Hotel.
ALBERT BERNDT
first class tailor.
clothes made to order
Cleaned and Pressed.
HOTEL STREET,
Adjoining Hotel Stables Opposite
Hawaiian Hotel.
French.'.' Laundry
50.", Cor. ot Beretanla Ac. .ind Pnnehbowl St.
All WorkDone by Hand
Lace Curtains, Silk and Glove
Gleaning a Specialty.
AJ3ADIE & CO.
Metropolitan NleatCo., Ltd
108 KING STREET.
G J. "WATTiTTR, - - - Manaer.
Wholesale, and Retail
BUTCHERS and
NAVY CONTRACTORS
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAVANATJOH7 Prop'r.
";gU30 PEES" ;
AlwayB oa tap.
Cor. Punchbowl and Halekaulla Sts.
L II If O CiSll0! (S5'
CANNED FRUITS,
CANNED MEATS,
CANNED FISH.
TEAS.
COFFEES,
SUGAR,
FLOUR and
FRUITS.
FRANK AVEIRO'S
Beretania Street near Alakea.
Fort Employment Igency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street, t : : Cor. Alakea SL
Cooks, Waiters. Servants. House
Boys. Garden Boys, Stable Boys, sup-
plied at a moment's notice.
Contracters requiring men can ob-i
tain them tbronsh us. '
It Pays to
No matter what ycu are buying it always pays to get the best. This
rule holds geed In ether things as well. It pays to patronize the
best laundry as it will always give you ..s most fcr your money.
In this case it is the most satisfaction and the least wear to your
clothes. You are saving money as surely when you buy gocd-faun-dry
work as In any other commodity.
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Sanitary Steam Laundry Co.
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California ttafness Sop
Fort Street,
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IS OFFERING SOME
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J In WHITE MAPLE, BIRDSEYE
J! MAPLE, OAK, MAHOGANY,
;a ash, elm ami pine.
:OClie Progress
CONDON'S NIGHT PATROL
RELIABLEWATCHMEN FURNISHED
u 'i
Buildings, Butte Property '
AND
Residences
ALSO
Ships and Docks
p""
(yaremu KisEi&Tou
t i ne emciencv. urnnaucv, nenciraiuiir power aim tzeiierai sat
isfaction, which our new enclosed type of ARC LIGHTS arc
? giving recommend them to the
SIUIC use.
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Mr. C. C. Eakin, of the Imperial Cigar Store, has been using
the new arc light forsomc time, and savs : " find this new light
Xii'es absolute satisfaction in every respect, and I itwuUi Itavc
no other."
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greatest, recommendation. Can
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I The Hawaiian Eie&trio Go.. Ltd.
a" IvjLujr Street 2NTetv- -AJcLlceii-
E. W. QUINN
PLUMBER
Estimates furnished on Flrst-CIas
Modern Plumbing.
The Patronage of Owners, ArchJ
tects and Builders Solicited,
P.'0. Box 152.
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115 Union" SL
Set the Jest
LIMITED.
Opposite Club Stables. r
HrlNUFfKTURERS OF
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DRAT
DEUVERT
EXPRESS
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CARRIAGE
REPAIRING
A. Ppepia3,ty
D. O. HAMMAN.
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OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET.
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