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THEIR ONLY JOY
Vi;; CV.; ),r.'f.l, 3: lu Cftcrto Welch.
4 flu 4 Ii
By diaries Welsh.
v .';;': :: :::'::-:-::;;?! ifS-ii-frr. 1 I n-):'I--:?';-i::-xI--:i'!-J.' -l-nlttI-y''
(In the s-taoklus room of the l'layera'
club, Nov 'rk.)
Frank 1i'.vmr.n 0'lowluj; an enor
mous eloudi - V.y Jove, I ufut-t write to
Ceclle! f-'liu loukr. for a letter from me
(very day. mill I linn- to dlstii'Mut
her. She says my lelttrs are lu-r only
very busy, ns usual. Wo tw.- have
nn Idle uilnutc. We rcml and bathe
titn1 swim nml hotitnlxe and loud ft
t'liofouclily healthy nml blinnlc. pir.in
(Looking up again.) "When did you
nut those chocolate."; lllldn, dcnrl
joy, ami It must he pretty dull for her Thanks. I always like' to havo candy
down there at Newport with onlr near me to nibble at. it seems to Kivt-
da for u euinnanlon. one something to dt. That's why men
"(YVrl'.cs.) "My Darllns Wllle I have trc so fond of smoking. I pujumhw.
"TJlfion so busy that 1 have not been able Theso nre very good. Frank Is so fun'
X to get up town to the house to dinner, lly. lie hates to seo mo cntftu; swcm
"iui I ha ve Just dropped In here." tays they nre bad for one's health."
(loiter Coorge. his ehuiu.) "Busy, (Turns again to her letter.) "We
4 Frank':" have lots of rid I up and boating. Hilda
fS "No: uulv writing to my wife." rows finely now, and wo havo grcnt
"Oh, drop that and come and havo a times on the water"
7- ... ..oh. by the wny, Hilda, what are
game or miliums.
"Well. 1 don't eare If 1 do."
tut iibniliie Rrooui you are sd fond ol!
doeH not charge hay enough to feed
two elephants Instead of two horses.
Vim ousht to bo llvlnp for next to noth
Inp lmw, ami 1 consider $H0 n dozen tot?
(iutcklll whisky Is perfectly sinful.
Surely you can pot n chener brand.
llld yon send the carriage to uo re
xilnted? Vou don't need It whU I inn
awny, I aui smv. lou always pay you
Jou't enro for rldlnp nlono, and I ghould
think you wimld enjoy going about on
j-our wheel or Would llud walking
henlthy. Thanks, dear; I shall bo glad
nf another clivck Ucxt week. Tho nion
iy ueeins to tnelt awny like left in the
Hon. Don't bo dlsallpolnted at not Hear
ing fnltn mo tomorrow. Wo i:ro polnp
to a blK rflculo. so I shan't havo tinvo to
write. And now coodby. With best
tave, your over loving wife.
(Throwlmr down her pon.) "There!
I'hnt's donol Yes, It Is rather a bother
wrltlnp every day, but I make n point
of dolnp It. for 1 know nly letters ore
tMKir Fi-niik's only Joy. And now
must run nwny and chnnpo, for I nek-H
Duron voi Knoblauch to drop in to
lunch. You don't mind, dear, uo yon.'
you solnp to no tins eveninp? .eiue
Vlltert's conilns to dinner, Is sho? You
(They po to billiards. After an hour's two lrlH won.t t.lirH t0 jmve nn 0M
nhi.v.) "What do ion say to a look In
at n roof panlen for nn hour or two.
Frank? It's too jolly hot for anything
"I'm with you, Oeorso."
i?U the roof pardon.) "Why. there
are the Dennis pirls, and alone!"
The Dennis (ilrls (topether) Oh. you
forsaken husbands! This Is the wny
you cousule yourselves for the absence
of your lawful spouses. Is It?
"Yes. Come nlonp and jo'.n us."
(Coollnp liquids, badluape and lllrta
tinn for the next two hours: later on,
supper for four at a Hohonilan rcstau-
C (.Mldnlpht. Frank at home prepnrlnp
f- tu retire.) "Gee whiz! I never wrote
to' Ceclle." (Seizes a postcard and
ol "At Home, Mldnlpht.
"Important business all day. Too
into for more. Letter tomorrow. Yours,
((layiiuin puts on hat and overcoat,
mnrrled woman llk(,
your talk, so I'll
m? llstenlnp to nil
with Riiron von
Bailey's Hooolsik Cyclery Co.,,
"WE HEAD, 11ATHE AND BWIM."
,,iu in h.ttor luiv ktiob'.aueh ill Ills canoe. I want to
...i 1,,iu,,,ii-,w n in. '.tM lufr learn to navigate a ennew yoi' kliow.
(ed.) "That was a lucky thoupht. Hut 1 shan't tell Frank. He'll 6!y ; be
Onlv Just Mired my bacon that time." nervous. He ahvays exacts I aliall
(The same day In the drawlnp room pi drowned or brent; my neck or
nt n Vewiirii-i i-i:tMio.l "Now. Hilda, fcoinetniup.
U nr. don't talk to me. I must write to "Uh. no! The baron Isn't really a
.v inwimnii. Vim pnii'f iniilei-siMiid noisy f!llow. I t's only his way. I knew
i,t ' in inivf to write uboiit every him apes before 1 was married. Frank
is".,,;'. viv i vii.iniii hi. iin. nnlintiiilejit I believe, almost hates him. but I can t
wAimn hi' 'i.wint If 1 did not net a help that. Poor fellow! He tells me
iet'tu- from Frank every day. Hver all his secrets, and 1 plvo him the bef-t
Since. we were eupaped we have always advice I can. You know we never met
until alter i was isikiiklmi u in- ir.ar.
ried. (Slphs.) I supikimj It was fnt
Of cour..e I never card for htm, but It
seems so strange and ho sad that one
should be able to lmw sueh.nn l!l
ence over a peixin's whole life when
one only likes a peion. It neems so
une(ual. Hut how can you help thefe
"What's that you Fay? It's tinjafe
and (ompromlslnp to make such prot
estntlous to n pill .Uit is enpaped or
married? You ought not to talk like
that ' about thiups you can't under
btund. I tiilul: It's an awful mistake
for a plrl to try to be eynlenl. Yos.
though you are oMcr than 1 am. you
Will illwilvs l) conj-lik-red a plrl until
you inarly'.,, l'I'n ohfy franl; like this
because I like ymi. ilnd I .don't want
you HI shiilil lil H.lir owfl llpilt. It
sucli ii plly j'or il illei' girl like mi to
pet a reltlt!lllon for Irelajs J'etllous and
"Now. Hllikii iloti'i lie a little" gooAs
I never said you were old ittld.tiply
i!.'l. and you are unite too cffiVUve In
that last hat you had from Mine. Lou
oavmax susnFr. wr and i-uts caiid ix n,rU mn-e: have swih choeolaten and
,i ivrri-.n i:x. ,-, ,;i
nut fltiluli l.i liLt4ir
Few of tho older down town colorel
iveldents can bo Induced to cross
Wnslilnplou wiuiirc after nightfall,
Kiivs the Plilladelphln Itecord. In fact.
Homo of them cannot lie persuaded to
ihihs thu limits of the sminro after
nightfall under any consideration
This fact led Policeman KUinner or tne
Nineteenth district Into a queer pre
dicament the other nlpht While on
duty he noticed ntt nped colored man
acting In a very suspicious manner.
The old fellow timidly nppronctieii tno
ftnuare nml hesitated nbont entering.
The policeman waH about to step up
and, make Inquiry when the man asked
a passerby what square It was. "Why.
Washington square." was tne reply.
Without unothcr word the old man
darted away, with the policeman in
pursuit. When caught, he could give
uo explanation, and It was decided to
lock him un. This necessitated a trip
across the cquaro. and the captive bep-
ped plteously: "Don t take me across
tint, mister policeman. Dat's an old
waveyard. and 1 11 done liai no hick
all my life If 1 btep on dem dead men."
The nolleemnn brushed up ms His
tory a bit and found that the old man
was right nbout the praveyard and let
him go his way. A number of revolu
tionary isoldlers nre burled In the
tquare. St. Paul Press.
He Wan n Iuitter.
A nhyslosriiomlst would have said aft
er n glance at t'.ie young man with the
H'.tjk eyebrows that he was one to push
himself forward at every opportunity,
and nroof would have been, at hand to
corroborate the dlapnosls. A lady who
boarded tho Metropolitan car found ev
en- seat taken, and the young man was
thu llrst to oiler her his. As she bowed
her acknowledgments ho looked more
closely at her and queried:
"Aren't you Mrs. Ulucllclds"
"Tes. sir." was the reply.
"Husband has an ollleo.ou V street?"
"I thought so. I am one of the cler
leal force In his offlec, you knowt"
'Oh, that's about all! One of the
clerical force, you know, and If it
pomes hnndy you might tell your bus
bond that I pave up my sent to yon.
Everything goes when a fellow la look
ins: foi a Men up ami a ralso of salary."
Ropuh's on tin- old wliiH'f at Knlm
lul urc rapidly nonrirj completion.
Now piles and flouring tiiivO been
put. In where needed.
The. Lcelnnaw, loaded with inules,
and the Zehuidia, londt tl with sliri-
ner.s, reached Iloiiolulu lust Sunday
morninL'. Merely u eolneiilliiiee.
Piloth' fees nt the port of Kahului
are yi.till per loot, on the vessels
draught, in or out of Jloi't. and 910.00
for iinehorlr.n; A Vessel oil tho port
Freight for slilptncnt per S. S.
Cliuidlr.e" to Hotiolulu or wny ports
must be di llvcl'ed tit Knlmliii before
noon' of day of sailing, and frelghr
for East Maui ports must bp delivered
at Knluuul before 0 a. in. of sailin;
Washington, Oct. 12. The olli
unl report of the trial 1 rip of the
battleship Wisconsin off Southern
California is contained in the follow
ing brief telegram received by
Secretary Long from Admiral ICnittz,
commanding the Pacific Station ut
"Wisconsin completed satisfactory
oflieial trip, making 17.251 knots
subject to tidal corrections."
Those who arc fond of travelirg
will hail with delight (he news of a
direct steamship route from tho
Coast to Tahiti. This charming land
has until now been accessible onlv
In slow sai'inir vessels, but on 'Novem
ber 1st (ho popular steamship Aits
t"i'ia will sail direct, making tho
trip in ton nnd one-half days. A
reduced round trip rate lias been
made for fie first trip.
The "Anir riaii" the pinio ' ves
sel of the American- Hn wa'ia:i Steam
sh!p Company, is making her' trial
trip. She is tho first "f tho followlrg
l'st of new ships of this company;
thc "Hawaiian", "Oregonion", "Cali
fornian", "Alaskan" anJ ''Arlzonan":
Tho last two vessels will be of 12.0(10
tons oapnMty and will bef'ttel to
accomu odate a number of saloon
passonf ers. They will ply between
Philadelphia, the Prcific cca'it rr.d
the Islt nds.
$2S- $40, $50 N
t '. . y-v
a u u
IQOO eiainless S7S.00
FULLY ClUARNf EED
The Mihvnulcco Pnle'nt Puncture Proof Tires. Sb!(i Agencv
unci only phtt'.u whero tho guurantcu on those tires cnti bo filled is at I
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aiSey9s HHo Cyclepy
For the Morgan & llrSgrnt Hack Tires: .
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application at the
PACIFIC CYCLE & M'F'G CO,
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Sole Dealers,' REMINGT6N STANDARD TYPEWRITER
For the Territory of Ha'.Vivii.
(lono'so when apart, anil. Whatever I jijvrltes.) "I eai' cay I ndmlro your
no inyseii. I'liiaue nun M-ep u i. lils.(l ,,i.,vn; jolf with Amy In-ar-
only lll:e Ueeplns a illary. ami tlivn 1 ,. u'ovever. 1 li.n you ktyp yimr
like to i;now jusi wnai ne is mmiR. lH,,HT ..tl.r than wlieJi you play with
roor teuow: uo umiiu m- iiiim i.iun-. . r,,, ,,,, j-c.u iliui't war nitUKhty
without ' my Inters when he Is alone wm.(ljj .,,,. ,. allir u vlll.
lll:e this. He s:iys they are his only . i,..iM,nii. u therv. I wiltit yotl
lov am i all llie worries or ins ikhtui i ij,.i,i .hirfun A,.
llUSlUOM. K,. itf I -Hi.. j'or It t-n Ji:i!'ltmoil'.
Why. yes. of course I tell Win all I lhl,v w, S01tI w. ot last yoarl
lib. except the little thluss that mlht rl1l''lN-). , ,' tt,. y; si.m,'.
worry hiin. ItV only Uluilliess to korp ,.,., ,.llri! ., vo lW - t!ll.,
those nwny from him. The Lest of men tllov lmvo ,mvt!.!n ix and iwv In
are so imiiiy uiai you m-vi'i- hu w
they will tal;e It In their l;eiuls to wor
(Writes.i "My Own Darllnj.' Kntnk"
"Illltla. can you mahe me a nice .1
pen? Tl:an'.;s. ilear. ' Do you like thooe
wrltln;: eases? They are awfully use
ful. This Is real Russia leather, with
01dr Fnmlir In Orltnln.
The family of tho Earl of Mar and
Kellle In the Bcottish peernpe, tlio
present lwlder of the title belnj: Walter
3ohn Francis KrsUIne. can trace Its tie
icent further than any other Hrltlsh
family. "Of the title of Mar." salt!
lirrl ITnIliK. "It Is ono of the earldoms
ver said you wm- ivld Stnl.tirfly i. oriKn Is lost In Its unthiulty. It
nften don t look a day olle than exlj(UHj .(t,roK. DUr rot.0r,ls aud before
the era of Kchulne history." Tlio l.arl
of Mar was witness to n charter of no
nation liy Malcolm Cauniore to the Cul
dii'S of Iiehleven of the tuntior of Kll
pad Karnoeh In IOOTj. The Cnaipliell.s
of Argyll date from 1100 nml the vros
venor family from 1000. Prince Mss
Blmo of Italy claims that Ills Is the old
est family In Europe, ns he traces his
descent ns far hack as Maxlmus Quln
tus I'alilus. IhKv centuries before the
"hrlstlnn crlL Four Russian families
UracaKloil. I)iivlih)f. uieritluskl and
Muskrlitlskl-elrtllll bi be, able to trace
The steamer S'crr.v, Hrs.t of the
Oceanic C mpany's line l ew veols
to be launchc.l at Cramps shipyard
for tlio San Fruneisco-Sydnoy route,
sailed from Philadelphia en October
1(1 for San Francisco, and will due
in about fifty days. Captain Houd-
lette for a long time master of tlitf
Australia and liter of the Mariposa
commands the Sierra, and the chief
engineer is W. R. Neimnn, late of
the Australia. N. C. "Walton. Jr.,
is her purser, nnd former Steward
Ha.migan of thfj Mariposa, occupic;
a similar position on the new craft.
ibs'coll from the iront Israelite King
scissors and all sorts of thliiKs. Frauk i-MJ'i h ll " ' ' flt-' . -
irave it to me last Thaiiksi;lvlu. hut I MX-M1' '! Vt U iMlfX fcfi'i'l
was awfully dlsappolnteij. for I es ( 1 ' TWiP W.W
peetetl he would give me that rtaff with l,;. -f - V' 1'
sapphires and diamonds thnt we. ad yX!:f"Z,' Wc l
mired so much at llauhle's. Don't you y?3U.5 iiAl
iltesv.nnw writlus.) "Many thanks
tor yesti idayV letter. I wish you ewild
npare lime for a lunger one. As ynu
say you never en out after dinner, yuo
ouht lo have plenty of time to write
urn L'nnd loir' letters."
tKmilvl'ia ui'.i "Vou seem very, ilwp -rtiKiiK. tu-a'I-'h uokRI"
la lli'it l:ok. Hilda. What Is It? Oh,i!:'os Itneni. jilnKhaitv an.l orsnudie...
Tho I. rijiuae ami l'octry of Flow I will l,:chi-.e
The I.rn.'uae ami l'octry of Flow I will I'lchw a siij. nim tne numT-r . ,
,.!' T.mt reminds me Cjat 1 meal, lit of yards and tlio lames of the shop. ' ' .ft ' ; 1 ell U'uV II ,i
L hi r-:r botany. Mr. llhiek srtys hewheie I want ,''i'.i ;u tVy at." r. .in 1 .ill i iini il rn.it. ui.i.u.
will te;:. li me. and there are itll sorts o.f "Hilda. Hilda, do llste-l to me! I .
jijvely r.imhles a.oift here til hotanlrc elare ymi were iulnen ami fcteWilii! I tittt-ci Irt I'miefStanai
The car was crowded: therefore ipilto
a number of passengers suspended
themselves from the straps and sway
ed with every motion of the e'ar. A
youn-; man In the j;arh.of a mechanic'
ciuni; to a strap with one liiind, while
the other hand elunji lb a dinner pall.
He was sinndin;; In front of n woman
who was richly dressed and oemiu;:!y
blessed with nn nbutiiiiUIbb lit tli!3
world' i liWdS
Is the eaT- swill! rohlli! It flifller tlA
Strip to which the youn'; man clung
parted with n snap, and the youn; man
was precipitated Into the lap of the
woman. As soon as he could recover
his stnudlu-; position he rnlj-ed his hat
and apologized by shyim.:
"Pardon me. mmluin. am sorry to
disturb you. but H;!llly thU tlrsl
l.lnie Uie street o!ll; l:liiany t!ft;r eoa
hirl-ixl n favi.r oil tile. '
'I'llll ivitn-M, iMlli'l.'ixtlllllul (lIU i-iiilllhii
Vessels In Poi,t--Knhului
Am. Bk. Carrollton, H. E. Jone
Am. Sch. Dora Bluhin, Smith from
S. P., Mds.o.
Oct. 20, Am. Seh. Dora Bluhm,
Smith 111 days from S. F. Mdse.
Oct 2!). Am. Bk. Carrollton, Jones
for Taeoma, in ballast.
Nov. 31. Am. Sch. Dora Bluhm,
Smith for S. F; sugar.
Bk Columbia from Taeoma.
Sch Mary Dodge, from Taconm.
Sch S T. Alo xunder from Tacomu,
paclied in hnnclfiomo bo.tUs
You9IS find th.dm
' 'i ' 4
turn ' v ..
. AND :'i
The Bank of Hawaii
Honolulu PostoMIcc Time Table.
J1A7E K'AMK l'l'.CM
i City Uf fl'king TllWlih-lhu-
1(1 Miii'.illt 5im Frar.cisbo
' 12 Al.iinbda Colonies
" 17 Coptic San Franci.-.eo
" lil Oiu lic YoUol.i ma
' 21 America .Mai n S. P.,
" 21 Aorangi Colonies
' 21 Australia San Francisco
" 2" Miuweru Victoria, Bi J.
" 27 Idbnykbug Muru Yok-Jhama
In. 1 don't care ror kmi-ihiuc iiien. as.re ynu gyre ukh hku i.iij i...,e, i jhi you say no wis. stuuieit njuaie:
h rul. but' be has nice iimilllMfc Kir allboitil MyV Vou .ft "tow i!,J Hi p-ntlenian .will, tjujijllili h'ilf
L. Is su learned. I think flU. IE nithifcniH M-'lhly Ml'.fi tWuKf thai ill! H.il V;-ieii tiu s!"lt lnl luIlclilUL-tl.
WmI liMkinl. too. don't yriu? So- I'M Wl", i , ;-fjii. yi.l IlldK-d!'' . ..
Urtb adliibv dnlk eyes. F-;ank'H arlv (ltesuuie.s wrIiMt-;?) ;," try to is-. ;;M's. veH- ranillrkllbW.'-'
kSttK. .. 7.1. . li i. u.nl liH"K. i.,,.i,,.,ir liHendti'u the Il1nel'teli!iv Iitii i illM.'x
UJSJSWii.Tti.,A..i. . limt. i trt ! ilitlii ii wiints evei-v vys. . r in x'.iiv.yovi ;iry
"ye. U' l:e has studied nim-iie, I
' !l fif Janeiro Y(A;J?Siim
II Pily of Peking S. P'
." Ill jhnttim Colonies
Iri Alameda Sail Prant-ISt-o
' 17 Coptic' Yokohama
" l!) Gaelic San Francisto
21 Anioriti Maru Ydkohama
" 24 oj-angi Vietoriu! il: U:
" alidtvci a felonies
"7, Hongl;ong-Mnrii S, P.
Incorporated Under the Laws
tlio Jiopumicot Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
Chas. M. Co.ike President
P. C. Jones Yiee-ProsidoiH
C. H. Cooke Cashim
P. C. Atherton, . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Ttenry aterhousc,
Tom .May, P. AV. Maefarlane, E. D.
Trnnv. .1. A. .Met aimless.
Solicit.- the Accounts of Firms,Cor
Iiorattons. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully intend to
ill busino.i.s connected with banking
ontninted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchnugo, Issue Letter. of
Ordinary and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest ullowed in tie
cordunee with rules and c-.mditions
printed in pas liboks. copies of
which may, tie liad oh application.
Judd Bujjilliig, Port Si'iiloolulu
iicili'f Cycle & Ilk Co.
Fori alieet. .""Uotulu
STERliiNQ and IYER WsON"
Vill iMud of .Ropiiv listiM't
HotioiuUi, H. it
VI 1! 1 '
il il a ill ni ti t I
sor.K Aoiihts lxih
ilBAtt ti BitJELOW':
lilaili-dllico a' h periilll lbnt addrosS ih
qbr: ChitiP .ami titiUlllUm St: "J
Is'ew Haven, Cunii. .,'
ii i it'
I til $Qr-t&r& f
jjol NortllSI'n ApulJondc iiU1
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