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THE OLD M.AN BRANCHES OUT AS A
85'. - HUMANITARIAN.
EstnbHslirs u Home l'or Friendlcsn
Dohm and I Suriirlncil, it Wot Ex
actly Orntlfletl, 1y tlie IIchuHh of
j tCopyricht, 1M0. by C. B. Lowls.
"J Tlio Bowsers had Just finished dinner
jwhen the basement hell rang, and a
Juluute later a discussion was hoard
between the cook and n small boy who
had a dog ut his heels. Mr. Uow&er
hurried down stairs and was absent
.for a quarter of nu hour. When ho re
turned, Mrs. llow.ser looked at him In a
'way that called for an explanation,
and he explained:
"It was a boy with a dog. I have
shut the do? up in the shed."
"But what do we want of n dog?"
"Nothing, my dear. Have you ever
noticed how many homeless dogsthero
arc iu the streetV"
.. "No; I never did."
.' "I didn't suppose you had, knowing
how rrlllsh and cold hearted you are;
"but I have. At this very mlnuto thcro
are probably 1,000 friendless, homeless
dogs wandering about the city."
""Aral is that our fault i"
"In ono way. no. In another way, we
have a duty to perform. As human
beings as men and women with souls
.and hearts we should take heed of the
sufferings of the brute creation. What
Is more Fad than to. see a poor dog
skulking About In fear and hunger?
That ho is an outcast and outlaw Is
?iot his fault. The world owes him n
llvlnsr, the Fame ns it dotM a man. Hu
manity owes him food and kind treat
"l'orlraps you are going to found a
dog asylum?" asked Mrs. Uowser after
"Vow have lilt it exactly," he replied,
nsTllTc .caf'enmo out "from undor the
A NIP AND
lounge and sniffed tho atmosphere ns
If sho suspected the presence of a
-canine. "Yes, ma'am, I have establish
ed a home for friendless dogs, and It
.already lias an occupant. I have ar-
ranged with several boys to bring me
every friendless dog they win dud.
Kach canine shall have bed and board
for a couple of weeks at least, and I
have no fear that the public will not
take them off my hands. You 'are not
.with me In the charity, of course, but
.3 shall carry It through just the same.
There goes, the bell, and hat means
Mr. Bowser opened the door to find
another boy and another dog. He was
paying the lad and giving 'him words
-ef praise at tho same time when the
family cat, which had followed him
-flown stairs, took a hand in. With a
yeowl and a howl she lit on tho dog'3
back, and for-two or three minutes
Mr. Bowser, the boy, the Uog and the
cat were all mixed up'. Then tho cat
retreated, and the dog was conducted
to the asylum.
"rhwat's all this about?" demanded
the cook, as Mr. Bowser returned
through the kitchen.
"My dear woman, i am being kind
to homolosij dogs," ho replied.
"And are others to conic?"
"I hope so. Yes, f ' cm in hopes to
p'ck up about CO more.f.
"Then I quits my job. in tlie'ittorn'n!
I 'have never yet worked in a dog asy
nm, and, please heave':)) 1 never- will!
No use to talk to me, sir. I can stand
a cet or two a;'buui1, and I cmi put up
Y;Ith a canty man, but I'm no lady
assistant In a d.ig aay'iuu.''
"-it "I sivijwise jr.'ve been couspVrlnu'
with the gill," c::;ld Mr. Bowser, as he-,.-,iot
back up stairs. "But she garvqult
and be hanged to her. I know I a;n'
light In this thing. I know .that' my
. ciurse Is dictated by the sentimont o,f
mercy, and thi' d-vi asylum shall go oi
i:i spite of everything.'' i 5
Mrs. Bow.-er w::.i slipping tip stalls
without a word In renly when th'"1 bell
fan;? a-ral'i aril dog No. 3 was nt hand. t
t He had MT.n .ly been "asyhimcd" win n ;
I'.ov. 4 mv.l . til fwcl up. The b-ys
nv-'ro having w: ndi rp.'.lly g6d luc'.. In
i"mli!'' a"i-j:-s wanderers, and It was
f'?h di.wn and wr1s o" encourage- J
rjnt hi every crrr. By ltl o'clo;U Mr.
1. wae. had ii'n Ofigs lu tle S$td. and
i ter "e.il!a-.::'t!ng the scraps IB tl o '
I tehm he lii.d sent tc. tl.t- butcher's
, ' uyat a't! bi;l!ts. lie was enjoying
d at ciiip'iicpni y felt by ailjneu who'
,'thv( in .lily performed a dvTty wl.en
C-erc cr.me a loud at the' fiont
ifnar. lie Imsteupd to open It. to find-
(jhwoiiMn 'on the steps. She hnd-sorne-i'-.Ing
to ray, and she began ut oueo: ' 1
' "A nice sort of man you. are, I mint
r.y! Whorc'Sciny dcg?". . V, ' i
"Your dog. siadaiuV" h queried. '
'i"'ins, my il.gto He was atulon out uf
ti:Q yard half. an Jiwr ago, and the bpa
'pren'Tb ctwr tPM I
h iiouso. jSjo you
'fji i. duwa to -ic:,lT.sin'",i,cys to stedl,
't'i or brlnx
' celved him as t homeless, friendless
Tho dog was found among kthoso In
the shed, and tho woman went away
muttering and scolding. Sho had not
been gouo ten minutes, and Mr. Bow
ser was about to lock up for the night,
when the doorbell was almost jerked
out by the roots. It was a man this
, time. Ho pushed his way into th hull,
I and, shaking his ftst under Mr. Bow
ser's nose, ho shouted:
"You mjsernblo old dog thief, but I
Bin going to drlvo your head through
' "What what's tho matter?" was tho
i tamnierlng query.
"Tho matter Is that you are encour
aging a hand of hoodlums to steal pK
pie's dogs and that one o them baa
Htoleu mine and brought him hero. Tret
him right out, or I'll thump you till
you enn't holler!"
"My dear man"
"Trot him out, I Eay!"
The asylum was visited and the miss
I Ing dog recovered, and hU still indig
nant owner talked light till the gate
closed behind him. Mr. Bowser was
wondering over tho wickedness of his
assistants when Mrs. Bowser camo
"Don't you think It would be a good
Idea to turn the rest of the dogs loose
aud abolish tho homo'" she presently
"Never!" ho shouted In reply. "I set
out to establish a home, nnd I'll do It
or perish In tho attempt!"
At that moment the sounds of an aw
ful racket camo up from the shed. The
seven dogs left had euteivd into a bat
tle royal, and tho noise was ono to
arouse the whole neighborhood. Mr.
Bowser dashed down stairs and out In
to the yard, and In unother second he
had the door of the shed open, lie was
going to yell at the dogs and stop tho
row, but lio sooner wn3 the door thrown
rp'ii than the lighting, struggling sov
1.11 made a rush. So did Mr. Bowser.
Inst'nct warned the dogs that ho was
to 1 lame for the row, and they quit
3?htlng among themselves to snap af
TUCK BACEf. j ,
his heels. It was n nip and tuck race,
with a bulldog trying to And a place to
hang on to, but Mr. Bowser not only
reached the fence, but went over It into
the next 'yard and wiped out a bed of
flourishing onions ns ho struck the
earth. It Wasn't five minutes before
20 men nnd boys were on hand, nnd
one of them had wit enough to lot the
dogs out. They went out snarling nnd
howling and fighting, with the bulldog
having the best of it, nnd amid the
general uproar Mr. Bowser climbed
back into his own yat;d and gpt Into the
house. Mrs. Bowser was quietly await
. "Well, how matly bites did you get
from your homeless, friendless dogs?"
she nsked as she surveyed his tattered
trousers; legs. t a
.He turned red nnd glared n( her and,
swallowed the lump iti h(s throat, but
" ' TUOUW'.K AT HASP. ; ,
li.j made no reply. He waj go mart nisi,
scared and upset that he eouUtl't eve:
charge her with conspiracy. iuJ aftc.
soeliig tljnt the front door v.-ad locked
he f(;!!uwd her up stjlrs a::.! Ii::p';
ini'::ag(Hl to growl out;, , . q
'V.'wuuu, you aud l' will stttle thl.
tl hij,' in the ni-jiulngl"
Snsi niC S:ihh.
"You raise a good d.al cf garden
s:ws. djn'f ytiu?'1 wiid Ja.toti'S ntlghbo:
tti h!(n over tl.e butk ft new
"i'd raise n.igood dial u.ore of mj
wife's hiss If I, didn't," n spoiidcd Jax
oil Without dlsboutinulns hi-- h.I.-r.-Uj-'trolt
.' - i
.." A S'rulfcllt Tip.
"This boat (jetius .tu me to be doing r,
fnghtf.ul le,t of tlpp'lh', sUV.-arlir gruw!
-!vf lie grufipy puHtengef.
JXut.V fcHiaJU'rf, the 'steward, "nnd
t) ai's mure'ii the yT:isvn(erH dil"
1'i.stoii (Jlobe, t , ,
I.'ou't vui thin!: n 8' t Uo-
A LOVE AFFAIR,
tltlt Nnthlnn ot n Uomnntto ISntllnir,
Ho was a young mau as some young
men arc who.oro everlastingly paying
their devoirs to pretty girls and never
reaching any detlnlto business conclu
sion. A man Hko that learns exactly what
a girl thinks of hln, and when ho finds
It is favorable, own to matrimony, ho
logins to hedge, and after a few pain
ful struggles of a clicked Cupid the af
fair Is all over, and the girl wonders
whatever she was such an idiot for,
whllo the man lnughs softly to him
self nnd seeks fretth Holds nnd pastures
Bcally thero ought to bo a law against
It, aud If Judge Lynch would Intervene
now and then It would clear the atmos
phere. But public ecutimeut lsu't suffi
ciently educated yet, and wo must wait
awhile for tho needed reform.
How.over, nil girls are not the same,
and the one of this chroulclo was dif
ferent, though the young man was like
those referred to.
Ho had-boon paying assiduous court
to her for six months, and It is'not to
bo denied that she. liked it. Most well
balanced girls do, and nobody can or
wants to censure them for It. He was
not quite sure where he stood In her
affections, and ho was anxious to know,
so ho proceeded In the usual fashion.
Only this time the girl wasn't an Idiot.
"What would you do, Fannie," ho
said In his pleasant offhand way, "If a
fellow should tell you he loved you ?"
"That would depend," she responded
with a llttlf flutter of sho didn't exactly
"Depend on what'"' ho Inquired.
"Oh, on a good many things," she
said lather weakly.
"And suppose he wore to nsk you to
marry Him V' he asked next, concluding
that promptness was tho soul of dis
patch. "That would depend, too," sho an
"On what?" And ho became very
"Well, you aslc mo to marry you and
see," she said so forcibly that he was
disconcerted to the point of utter rout,
and ho has been, kicking himself ever
since, for he learned afterward that
the girl was worth $100,000 in her own
right, and he might have won her. De
troit Free Press.
A Wit rinsli 1'ioni ItoNtorl. I
Hester 1 was with brother Fred last
evening, and I met several' of the
young men who are nt tho college. I
called Fred "brother" quite loud, so
that no one of the young men would
think he was my beau.
Hettle The idea! How absurd!
Hester hasn't yet got over wondering
whether Hettle meant It wns absurd
that Fred should be taken for her beau
or that It was ubsurd that sho should
have a beau at all. Boston Transcript.
Knev What to Ircrlbo.
"I wish you would All this prescrip
tion Dr. Swcllmnu left for my wife,"
said the'wcalthy man.
"I guess this wns meant for you," the
drug clerk said, Smiling, as ho read the
"Oh, no. It's for my wife.'
"I meim It Is for you to'fllL It reads
simply: "Its. One trip to Europe."
IVIint lie MIhhciI.
"No; he uiisn't proposed yet!" sighed
We suggested t aot the fellow doubt
less knew when he was well off.
"No; I suspect the trouble Is he
doesn't know when I'm well of tho
way pnpa Is plunging In pork," sald
the b.eiuUltuI girl, with a bad sujllo,.
Ah, love was Indeed a great mystery,
I'aUlntc the CeiiHUM.
"I'm tie census taker," said the par
ty at tl.e front door, "nnd I want tb
know about your family."
"Och, an do yezV" responded tho
lady. 'There's no wan but me. Wld
the liquor he's been dhrinklng my hus
band has lysht his sonees entolrely."
Detroit Ftce Press.
MIV.ed n Dandy Plot iiro.
Thotographer Excuoe me, sir, but
you have been sitting on your hat for
the last ten minutes.
Customer (furlo'iislyi Well, wliy In
thunder didn't you tell me before?
Photographer I wlbhetl ydu tb look
p'casant, sir. Chicago News.
rcojpctn of I'loaiiUi'e.
I?gau It is -irliid I am Ihat they
nom!uati Tvddy. It la the good fight
In man he Is.
Crogan-Yen, an, by gorry, It is many
a goed light we call hov over the prop
er way his naue btJ pronounced. Indl-a:.ap-)lW
A Tllxtlnctton of Tvima, f
"Aren't you goInK to give any .enter
taSnineiits of nuy kind tills summer?"
"No," answered Miss Cayenne. "AS
i sochil rule we don't give. We merely
ri eel ve." Washington Star,
A WIdc Idea:
The Kimui and Clnudinc rcnclictl
JIaui a day Into nynin this week,
being delayed by the New Year holi
day. Another foreign mail arrived in
Honolulu just before the sailing of
the Clatidine on Wednesday after
noon, but too late to cateli her.
The Kilauea Holt, which wns re
cently in luihtilttl, harbor, is a total
wreck at Hilo, h'aving been driven
aslioro by a heavy ynlo in Hilo har
bor. Tho wreck Will be &old where
it lies, as soon as U survey is made
by the underwriters.
Admiral Green bought a bottle of
niueilng'i and caulked up the trim
little Mokiliami, after which she was
once more successfully lauched, and
will once more bound over the billows
at a stated price per bound, in the
lumber trafl'e between Honolulu aud
Tho first, vessels arriving in this
port in tho twentieth century were
the si eamship Gaelic from tho Orient,
the German ship Jlario Hackfekl
from Bremen and tho Chilean bark
enl.inc Alta from Newcastle. The
Gaelic arrived first, being sighted
about .") o'clock in the morning. Then
the German vessel was brought in
to the harbor. Early in the after
noon the Alta was sighted. -Advertiser.
Washimiton, D. C, Dec. 18.-In
spite of the tremendous attack being
made upon the shipping bill, r.isro
garding the claims made b' agents
of foreign steamship lines and owners
of foreign built ships, and brushing
aside as unimportant the widely ad
vertised opposition of Senators who
are engaged in tho policy of obstruc
tion, Senator Hanna said emphati
cally to-night that chip shbuidy bill
would pass the Senate.
Vessels in Poi't-'-ICaliuIul
IliiOsOl Shlfi Antfopc, Murray, from Lady
Am. Ship A. J. Fuller, Dermott, fiom Lady
smith, 11. C.
Am. Sehr. Mutha Nelson, Christlauson, from
Am. llktn. Quickstep from Tacoma.
Am. Schf. John D. Tallaut, llotllauil, from
Island Schr. MoUlhniia, Greon.
Doc. 20. Am. nittn. Qutcltstepr from Ta
coma, vyHU lumber.
Jan. 3.' Am. Schr. John D. Tallant, Hoffland,
from Chlll'.'vffu Salt l'etre.
Jan. 3. S. SClaudluo, from Honolulu.
Doc. 5. Motlla Nt'lKiu, Christiansen, for S.
F. 1 t.CKJO bags bugai.
Doc. .1. Iir. Sp. Autiopo, Murray, for Lady
smith, lu ballast.
Dec. 5. S. S. Claudlnc, Parker, for Honolulu.
Sp Charmer, from .Tatbrnaj coal.
Sp Challenger, froln'iTacomaj coal.
Sell Honoipo, from Ncweastloj
Bktno Chchalis, from Newcastle;
coal. m y
AmScliH. C. v; right, from S. F.;
Sah Honolulu; fiorii N?oVcastle
List ci f-asenfiers.
J, R. Daggott,' W. A. noblnson, ji. Omsted,
Chas. DueslnbVs, &, TO Wllbor, Mrs. D. It.
Vlda, F. J. Raven, r Furseyi Dr. Armttut'e, R.
O.'Bcan and sorvaut, Hitchcock, A. V. Judil,
A. P. Carter, Marshal Urowii, br. I. Moore, lleo.
H. Cummlugs, W. A. Custt-ua, C. II, Llndholm,
Mrs. . C. H. Damon, Miss Lmva Iokla, G. W.
Ciirr, Major Wood, Miss S. II. Oss, Jlrs. Lea
Torn and 2 6liilUreu, C; Wickbcrg, C. II Raven,
J. K. Nakilu, AltUua.liilili M'is.t N Crook aud Q2
ncaroes for ho Waliuku Sugar company.
' "J . ..
Honolulu PostofSicc Time Table.
.b,iu I ruuclnco
. .San Francisco
'. . .Orient
. . i .San Franui-sco
. . ...S.in Francisco
. ...H.m WancluMj
".- , -T. I r-
. ...Sru I'-uUt'lstu
Alameda. . ,
I!kli)u . ,
Ifflirjko'na Maru ... ..
fHU Mil l
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Co., 1
Steams Bicycles "I
Tho Milwaukee Pitlonl Puncttu'o Proof Tires. Sbld Agency
and only place- tvlioro tho gudi'anteo on these tires can be tilled is at:
F"oi-tIne Morgan &
HACKFELD & COo, Ltd. "1
Exclusive Agents for the
'Merchatit Street, between
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
CxYPITAL S 100,000.00
OFFICERS ANij DIRECTORS:
Chris. M. Cooke President
''. C. Jones. . ; Vice-President
C. H. Coo)o Cashioi-
F. C. Athei'tou. . . t Assistant Cashitlr
o DirectQi-st Henry AVaterhouse,
Tom May, F. AY. Mncfarlane, ll. 1.
TehiiyJ. A. MeCaWdless.
Solicits tlie Accounts of Flnlirt.Cor
ponvtioni,. Trusts, Individuals, and
will jiroinptly a.ul carefully attend to
all business connoeted with banking
entrust eii to it. Sell and, Pureliaie
Fo'rtiyu Eseh'ange, I&sv.: Letters o"
GAVl.N&S blilARMGNT. .
Ordinary atul Term Deposits re
ceived and l-itottjal itllo.vwl in nc
eonlanee with rules nnd cjuditions
printed in p;i.sr books, opios tf
Which mtitj- be htid on application.
Judd Building, Fort St., Honolulu
Pariffe'Cyric I If, .t'o:
9s Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd
k Tires. f j
: CARLOADS. I
OF THE FAMOUS
wed by he Aulteusor-Busch Brewing
Assdciiition, St. Louis. "JlS
" iiiJUiiY i WlUTiNliiY" and
"GARDINER CITY" by
Territory of Hawaii.
Port and Alakea Streets.
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jilainonicp ana '.K'niiancnt address '
Cor. Chapel and Tiaiuilion tit, K'1
Kew Jliivei., Conn. " ; ;
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