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TlIK WEttKtY HILO VRIBUNK, H1L0, HAWAII 1'RIDAY, MAY 37 1904,
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For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 20
Sonoma June 1
Alameda June 10
Ventura June 22
Alameda July 1
Sierra July 13
Alameda July 22
Sonoma August 8
Alameda ;. ...August 12
Ventura August 24
Alameda September 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda , May 25
Ventura May 31
Alameda June 15
Sierra June 21
Alameda July 8
Sonoma July 12
Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alameda August 17
Sierra August 23
Alameda September 7
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an steamship Hue to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
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llaik .St. L'litlinrliie, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Tumor, Capt. Warland
lliirk Martini Davis, Capt. McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
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C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
! Id he 'Blazed
Copyright, 1902, by
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TTTTT VT 4 W I "Fl
rtiey do, my son. When old Daly's '
hand gets ucnr northing it cramps. I .
don't know how tho old man coino to
mnko such n contrnc', but ho did. Re
sult Is bo's out bis expenses and time."
Tho exceptionally early break up of
tho spring, combined with tho fact
that owing to the scries of Incidents ,
niui accidents already sketched the ac
tual cutting and skidding bad fallen so
far behind, caught Iladwny unawares.
Hu saw tho rollways breaking out
while bis teams were still hauling In
tho woods. In order to deliver to tho ,
mouth of the Cass branch tho 3.000.000
already banked ho was forced to drop I
everything else and attend strictly to ,
tho drive. This left still, ns has been
stated, a million and n half on skid- '
ways, which Radwny know ho would
be unable to get out that year.
In splto of tho jobber's certainty that
his claim was thus nunultcd and that
ho might ns well abandon tbo enter
prise entirely for nil he would over get '
oiit(of It, bo finished tho "drive" con
scientiously and saved to the company
the logs nlrcndy banked. Then bo had
Interviewed Daly. The latter refused
to pay him one cent.
Tho next dny Radway and Thorpo
walked tho ton miles of tho river trail
together, while the teamsters and tbo
cook drove down the five teams. Un
der the Influence of the solitude nnd a
certnin sympathy which Thorpe mani
fested Radwny talked a very little.
"I got behind; that's all there is to
It," ho said. "I bit off more than I
Thorpe noticed a break In the man's
voice nnd, glancing suddenly toward
him, was astounded to catch his eyes
brimming with tears. Radway per
ceived tho surprise.
"You know when I left Christmas?"
"The boys thought It wns a mighty
poor rig my leaving that way."
lie paused again In evident expecta
tion of a reply. Again Thorpe was si
lent. "Didn't they?" Radway Insisted.
"Yes, they did," answered Thorpe.
The older man sighed. "I thought
60," he welit on. "Well, I didn't go to
spend Christmas. I went because Jim
my brought me a telegram that Llda
was sick with diphtheria. I sat up
nights with her for eleven days."
"So bud after effects, 1 hope?" In
"Sim died," said Radway simply.
I If I "l nccf '
1 ,nU l
said he suddenly,
money, and I need It
think you ought to
something out of this Job
of the M. & D. not much, but some
thing. Will you glvo mo n shnro of
what I can collect from them?''
"Sure!" agreed the Jobber readily,
with a laugh. "Sure! But you won't
got anything. I'll give you 10 per cent
"Good enough!" cried Thorpe. "Now,
when we get to town I wnnt your pow
er of attorney and u few figures, after
which I will not bother you again."
The next dny the young man called
for the second time nt the little red
painted ofllec under the shadow of the
mill and' for tho second time stood be
fore tho bulky power of the Junior
member of the firm.
"Well, young man, whnt can I do for
you?" linked the Intter.
"I have been Informed," said Thorpe
without preliminary, "thnt you Intend
to pay John Radway nothing for the
work dono In the Cass branch this
winter. Is that true?"
Daly studied bis antagonist medita
tively. "If it Is true what Is It to
you?" he asked at length.
"I am acting In Mr. Radway's Inter
est" "You are one ot Radway's men?"
"In what capacity have you been
worklns for him?"
"Cant hook man," replied Thorpe
"I see," said Dnly slowly. Then sud
denly, with an Intensity of energy that
stnrtled Thorpe, he cried: "Now, you
cot out of hero I Right off! Quick!"
Tho young man recognised tho com
pelling and nutocratlc boss addressing
a member of the crew.
"I Html! do nothing of the kind!" he
replied, with a flash of Are.
Tho mill owner leaped to his feet.
Thorpe did not wish to bring about nil
actual Hceno of violence. He had at
tained his object, which wns to fluster
"I have Radway's power of attor
ney," ho added.
Daly snt down, controlled himself
with an effort and growled out, "Why
didn't you say so?"
"Now, I would like to know your po
sition," went on Thorpe. "I am not
hero to make trouble, but ns an asso
ciate of Mr. Radway I huvo a right to
understand the case. Of course I have
his side of the story," he suggested, m
though convinced that n detailing of
the other side might change his views
' Daly considered carefully, fixing his
flint blue eyes unswervingly on
Thorpe's face. Evidently ills scrutiny
advised him that the young mnn wns
11 force to be reckoned with.
"It's like this," he said abruptly;
"we contracted Inst fall with this muii
Rndwuy to put 111 5,000,000 feet of our
S"ftart Edtuard XOhttt
The mill owner leaped to his fict.
timber, delivered to the mnln drive nt
the mouth of the Cass branch. In this
he wns to act Independently, except nt
to the matter of provisions. Thos
he drew from our van and was debited
with the amount of the same. Is that
"Perfectly," replied Thorpe.
"In return we were to pay him, mer
chantable scnlo, ?1 a thousand. If,
however, he failed to put In tho whole
Job tho contract wns void."
"That's how I understand It," com
mented Thorpo. "Well?"
"Well, he didn't get In tho ti.000.000
There's a million and n half hung up In
"But you have In your hands three
Billion nnd a half, which under the
present arrangement you get free o
any chnrge whatever."
"And we ought to get It," cried Daly.
"Great guns! Here wo Intend to saw
this summer nnd quit. We want to
get in every stick of timber wo own
so ns to be able to clear out of bora
for good and all nt the close of the
season, and now this condlgncd Jobber
ties us up for a million nnd n half."
"It Is exceedingly nnnoylng," con
ceded Thorpe, "nnd It Is n good deal
of Radway's fault, I nm willing to nd
inlt, but It's your fault too."
"To be sure," replied Daly, with the
accent of snrcasm.
".You had no business entering Into
any such contract. It gave him no
"I suppose thnt was mainly his look
out, wasn't It? And, as I already told
you, we hnd to protect ourselves."
"You should have demanded security
for tho completion of the work. Under
your present agreement, If Rndwuy
got In tho timber, you were to pay him
a fair price. If he didn't, you appro
priated everything ho had already
done. In other words, you made him
"I don't care what you call It," an
swered Dnly, who bad recovered his
good humor In contemplation of tho se
curity of his position. "The fact stands
"It does," said Thorpo unexpectedly,
"and I'm glad of It. Now, let's examine
a few figures. You owned n.OOU.uoa
feet of timber, which nt tho price of
stumpuge" (standing tues) "was worth
"You come out at tho end of the sea
son with three million nnd n half of
saw logs, which with the ?l worth of
logging lidded are worth S'JI.000."
"Hold on!" cried Daly. "We paid
Radway $1. Wo could have done It
ourselves for less."
"You could not have done It for one
cent less than four-twenty In that coun
try." replied Thoipe, "as tin expert will
"Why did we give It to Rndwuy nt
"You saved the expense of n Hulnrlcd
.iverseei- and yourhelves some bother,"
replhd Thorpe. "Radwny could do It
for less because, for some strange' reu
mjii which you ynurhclf do not under
ntniul, 11 Jobber can always log for les
than 11 company."
"We could have done it for four." In
stated Daly stubbornly. "But get on.
What are you driving nt? My time's
"Well, put her at four, then," agreed
Thorpe. "That makes your saw logs
worth over JfJO.OOO. Of this value Rad
wny added $111,000. You huvo impro
priated that much of his without pay
ing him one cent."
Duly seeiuul amused. "How nboul
the million and 11 half feet of ours he
appropriated?" he asked quietly.
"I'm coming to that. Now for your
losses. At tho stunipage rate your
million nnd n hnlf which Rndwuy 'up
preprinted' would bo only three thou
sand. Rut for the sake of argument
we'll tako the actual sum you'd have
received for suw logs. Even then tho
million nnd 11 hulf would only hnvo
been worth between eight nnd nlno
thousand. Deducting this purely theo
retical loss Radwuy has occasioned
you from the amount ho bus gained
Side I" -
Where a team can walk and draw a plow
The Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of features in ... .
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the laud or REVERSIBLE, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT leaving a water furrow. Made only in a sulky.
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho
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SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
ror you, you arc still some rour or uvo
thousand ahead of tho game. For that
you paid him nothing."
"That's Radway's lookout."
"In Justice you should pny him thnt
amount. He Is 11 or man. He hut
sunk till he owned In this venture,
some $12,000. niui he bus nothing to
live nu. Kven If you pay him five thou
sand, he bus lost considerable, while
you have gained."
"How have we gained by this bit of
"Because you originally paid In cash
for nil that timber on the stump Just
$10.(iu0. nnd you get from Rndwuy suw
logs to the vulue of ?JO,()00." replied
Thoipe shurply. "Besides, you still
own the million mid u hnlf which, if
you do not care to put them In your
self, you can sell for something 011 tin
"Don't you know, young mnn. thai
white pine logs on skids will spoil ut
terly In n summer? Worms get Into
"I do." replied Thorpe, "unless you
bark them, which pioeess will cost you
about $1 11 thousand. You can find
iiny amount of smull purchasers nt re
dured price. You cuu sell tlicin e-isdly
at W. That nets you for your 'million
and a half 11 little over ?4.MO more
Under the circumstances I do not think
that my request for five thousai.d U
at nil exorbitant."
D.ily laughed. "You lire 11 shrewd
figurer. nnd your remarks, lire Interest
ing," said he.
"Will you give $.".000?" asked Thoipe
"I will not," replied Daly; then, with
n sudden change of humor: "And now
I'll do n little talking. I've listened to
you J11U about as long ns I'm going
to. I have Radway's contract In that
safe, and I live up to it. I'll thank 3011
to go nlunib to hluzna!"
(TO 111'. CONTINUHU)
Santa Cruz Cal., May 17. The
committee on resolutions of the
Democratic State convention report
ed adversely on Hearst instructions.
The convention rejected the voted
to instruct the delegates for Hearst
by a vote of 365 to 346. There
was a long controversy.
Milwaukee Wis., May 17. The
Democrats of the State convention
outvoted Hearst and endorsed Kd
ward Wall as Wiscmsin's candidate
for the Presidency.
Sacramento, Cal., May 19. The
Republican Slate Convention en
dorsed the Roosevelt Administration
and instructed its delegates for the
. President today. The delegates at
j large are Governor Pardee, Knight,
1 J, D. Spreckels and J. W. McKinley.
Abovo Is tho Bonocia Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
The Benecia Reversible
Bonocia Ratoon Disc Plow.
Losses In Buttle of Yulit.
Japanese Minister Taknhua at
Washington, .D C. cables to Consul
General Saito tlie record of Ynlu
River three clay's battle.
General Kuroki's report is as
"The exact number of casualties
in the battle along the Yalu: 218
Japanese iiiclutling 5 officers, ,vere
killed, and 7S3 Japanese, including jhas been taken by both officers and
33 officers, were wounded. The men of each of the vessels, and as a
Russian corpses buried by us were consequence the streets have not
1,363 and the prisoners were 612. teemed with so much life since the
Our booty: 21 3-inch quickfiring ' boom times when the army trans
field guns, 8 quickfiring machine ports were carrying large numbers
guns, 1,021 rifles, 63 horses, large j of trooPs to tlle Philippines.
quantities of ammunition, clothing
and tents, etc., and at Peiighuaug ' .
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oioiiiincr nnd nrovisinim " t
'IMw, nnmmr..u1n C ..- JV-nA..
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which landed at Liaotung reports
from Bowen on the 16th 111st. as
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"In -daily skirmishes, our de-
tachments having always been j where admitted to be the most suc
successful, and having already icessful medicine in use for bowel
driven the enemy from Pulanlien j complaints, both for children and
and its vicinity and
enemy's railway and telegraph
lines, on the lutu 111st., alter serious
fighting, occupied the heights 3.5 I
miles from Kinchow. Our cas-,
ualties in this battle were 146, in
cluding 9 officers wounded." j
Gen. Kurokl reports the Japanese ,
losses at Chinglicnchang on May 1,
as killed, 223; wounded, 816. The'
Japanese buried the bodies of 1363
Russians and captured 613. 1
Tangier, Morocco, May 19. Mr
Pertdicans, an American citizen,
and Varley a British subject, have 1
been abducted by brigands.
Baku, Turkey, May 18. In a '
battle in the Chelcuzan district the
Turks lost 136 killed and wounded.
The Armenians had many kiiled.
j Springfield 111., May 20. The
j deadlock over the Governorship'
nomination in the Republican Con-
vention remains unbroken. The
convention has adjourned to May
31st. Yates, I.owden and Deneen
are leading. There have been 38
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Honolulu, May 20. Honolulu is
being favored with the visit of a
large number of warships nt this
time. It is only a coincidence,
however, ns some of the sea-dogs
came into port to coal and others
met here while passing en route
under orders to proceed elsewhere.
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