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THK VKKKI,V Ilfl.O TIUMJNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, -JULY 15, '?$.
Copyright, 1902, by Snuar1 Edtuard XOhit
4 II afr T
IS Steep -rf5k,
rr " 1 tt tiM iTTfM i"f l
ter Js low
Wo got carelossantl drss us if
it won) summer. Then cmno
chills, colds, coughs. Keep
on hand. A doso or two at
tho beginning will stop tho
chills, break up the cold, and
prevent serious trouble. Look
out for cheap imitations.
In large and smalt bottle.
Avoid rmiMltiitiou, HastiMi a euro ly tho
uso of Ajcr's rlll.
Prtpirtd bj Dr. J. C. Aw Co., Lowell, Mtn , tl. S. A
For Sale by H1L0 DRUG COMPANY
11 V V.Vl
The steamers of this line will ar
rive awl leave this port as here
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 22
Sonoma August 8
Alameda August 12
Ventura August 24
Alamedn September 2
Sierra September 14
Alameda September 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
.Sierra November 16
Alameda November 25
Sonoma December 7
Alameda December 16
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alameda August 17
Sierra .. August 23
Alameda September 7
Sonoma...., September 13
Alameda September 28
Ventura October 4
Alameda October 19
Sierra October 25
Alameda November j
Sonoma November 15
Alameda November 30
Ventura December 6
Alameda December 21
In connection with the sailing or the
above steamers the ue;eiiU arc jircp-irtd to
issue, ioiiiieiilin(i pisSLMigL-r.s Coupon
Through Tickets b railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York b
an) steamship line to all Kuropcan potts
l'or further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
t y i A t 4 4' t 'j S t' '1 'l"!' t' '1' tt 4 1 t fVt t I tt t3 t t tt v t
iOW, In AURust, however, tbo first
turmoil hnd died. The "Jinn"
had boiled Into town, "tiiUeii It
apart" and left the Inhabitants
"Vou're Jobbing some of It, eh?" he
nubiulttcd finally us the only probable
conclusion. "Do you think you Unow
enough about It? Who docs It belong
to nlfi'i It tOL-ellier nun In ns thev crinlil. to
The "rear" had not yet arrived. As a 1 "It belongs to n limn named Carpeii
consutiiieiiee Thorpe found the elty ter and myself."
, eouiparatlvely quiet.
Although his Ideas were not ns yet
formulated, he hoped to be able to pick
up n erew of llrst class uieti from those
t uu iiau uuiuu utiwu Willi wit- iiuvuui'u,
The river mnu pdndered this slowly
for nn appreciable Interval, and then
shot out another question:
"How'd j mi got It?"
Thoipe told him simply, omitting
or "Jain," of the spring's' dilve. They 1 nothing except the iinine of the ilnu .... ,, , , , , ,,
should have finished their orgies by lup.lver. When he had llnlsh.-d Shear- Where it team Cilll Walk and dftlW a plow
Tiik. KUVHRSini.i? works perfectly.
Dill if f&m f
! Tho Above Is tho Bonocla Rovorslblo Disc Plow.
now mid, empty of pocket, should lie
found hanging about the hoarding
houses and the quieter saloons. Thorpe
Intended to offer good wages for good
men. He would not need more than
twenty at first, for during the ap
proaching winter lie Intended to log on
a very sinnll scale Indeed. Tho time
for expansion would come later.
With this object In view he set out
from his hotel about half past 7 on the
(' y of his arrival to cruise about In
the lumber Jack district. The hotel
clerk had obligingly given him the
names of n number of the quieter sa
loons where the boys "hung out" be
tween bursts of prosperity. In the
I first of these Thorpe was hplpcd ma
I terlally in lib vague nnd tinccitnin
quest by encountering nn old acquaint
ance. Jackson Illncs.
The old man peered at Thorpe.
"Don't you know mo?" Inquired
"Know you? You bet I do. How
no astonishment nor up
"You done well," hu commented final
ly. Then, after another Interval:
"Have you found out who was the
men stealln' the pine?"
"Yes," replied Thorpe quietly, "It was
Morrison & Daly."
The old man flickered not an eye
lid. He slowly filled ids plpo and lit it.
"I'll get you a ciew of men." said
he, "If you'll take me as foreman."
"Hut it's a little Job at llrst." protest
ed Thorpe. "I only want n camp of
twenty. It wouldn't bo worth your
"That's my lookout. I'll tnke the
Job," replied the logger grimly. "You
got .100.000,000 there, ain't you? And
you're goln to cut It? It ain't such a
Thorpe could hardly believe his good
fortune In having gained so linpoitnnt
n recruit. With a practical man as
foreman, his mind would ho relieved
The Benecia Reversible
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 rkvkrsihi.K, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces without mowing a WATF.r furrow. Made only in a sulky.
are you. Harry? Where have you been ' of n gieat (leal of worry over uufamll
kcepln' yourself? You look nbout as inr details. Ho saw at once that lie
fnt ns n stall fed knlttlu' needle." 1 would himself be able to perform all
"I've been land looking In the upper the duties of sealer, keep In touch with
pculusula," explained Thorpe, "on the the needs of the camp and supervise
OssawluaniaVee, up In the Marquette the campaign. Nevertheless ho answer
country." ed the older innn's glance with one as
"Sbo!" commented Jackson In won keen and said:
"Look here, Shearer, If you take this
Job we may as well understand each
other at the start. Tills Is going to be
my camp, nhd I'm going to he boss. I
don't know much about logging, and I
1 sliotl want you to take charge of all
that, but I shall want to know Just
why you do each thing, and If my Judg
ment advises otherwise, my Judgment
goes. If I want to discharge a mnu. lie
1 walks without any question. 1 know
' nbout what I shall expect of each man.
1 and I intend to get it out of him. And
l,i nllnsHnlio et mllm- fllllti, Id (lin cm-
.... ..I -. 1. nnl.n.1 " ' "
"unve a kiu3 ui wxi i unnn. 80 t,vcry
"Dry ns n tobacco bos," confessed '
So they nil drank,
tot. "Way up there wheic tho moon
"It's n fine country," went on Thorpe
so every one could hear, "with a great
cutting of white pine. It runs as high
ns twelve hundred thousand to the
"Trees cleun an' free of limbs?" ask
ed ,II1CKS011. 1
"They're as good ns the stuff oer on
'seventeen. You remember that"
"Clean as n bnby's leg," ngreed Jack-
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Bonocla Ratoon Disc Plow.
the dirt better
a hoc, besides leav-
nig the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actuallj' does what it fc
supposed to do.
trip. Now, I know jou le a
good mnu one of the best there is
nnd I presume I shall And your Judg
aient the best, hut I don't want any
l ...l.j.tl..iu , ut.lft M-IMl If vnn WMIlt
On u midden Inspiration Thorpe re- -""- "" .
Miked to ask the old man's advice as ' T..X
say nu, iiiiu 1 11 utr uuuii-ii i .-,, ,,.
It might not be
it would do no
to crew nnd horses,
good for much, but
Jackson listened attentively to the
other's brief recital. '
"Why don't jou see Tim Shearer?
He ain't doln' notliln' since the Jam
came down," was his comment.
"Isn't he with the M. & D. people?"
GARCIA iS: CAN'AKIO, I'rops
Shapj, Cut fair ana Shampoo
at Ect'Eivc Kates.
'Ve also take particular pains with Cliil
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Iliuk St. Calliarlne, Capt. Saunders
Hark A in) Turner, Capt. Wnrland
Hark .Martini DinU, Capt. McAllman
For freight nnd passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
AUIl.YIS, II 1 1,0.
" 'Count of Morrison. He's been fllln
his teeth for M. & D. right along.
Somethlii' behind it all, I reckon."
"Where'll I find hlni?" nsked Thorpe.
Jackson gave the name of a small
boarding house. Shortly after Thorpe
left him to amuse the others with his
1 unburn conversation and hunted tip
I Sheaier's stopping place.
j The boarding house proved to bo of
1 the tjplcal lumber Jack, chihs-a nar
j row htoop, a hallway and stair In the
I center and 1111 ollico nnd bar on either
side. Sheater and a half dozen other
men about his own ago sat, their
chairs on two legs and their "eoik"
boots on the rounds of the chairs, '
smoking placidly In the tepid evening
air. He appt bached and attempted an
identifying scrutiny. The men, with
the taciturnity of their elnss In tho
presence of a stranger, said nothing.
"Well, bub," finally drawled a voice
from the corner, "blowed that stake
you made out of Railway yet?"
"That you, Shearer?" inquired
Thorpe, advancing. "You're the man
I'm looking for."
"You've found me," replied the old
Thoipe was requested elabotatc, to
"shake hands" with the owiu'rs of sl
names. Then ho bad a eliaucu to Inti
mate quietly to Shearer that hu wanted
a wonl with him alone. The river man
rose silently and led tho way up tho
Hti alght, uiicaipeted stairs, along a niir- ,
row, uiicaipeted hall, to a squaie, 1111
carpeted bedroom. The walls and cell- 1
lugs of this apartment weie of un
palnted planed pine. It contained a
cheap bureau, one chair and n bed 11 ml
wnshstand to match the buienu. Shear
er lit the lamp and sat on tho bed.
"What Is It?" he asked.
"I lmvo a little pluu up In the north
ern peninsula within walking distance
of Marquette," said Thoipe, "and I
vwint to get a ciew of about twenty
men. It occurred to mo that you might
be willing to help me."
The river man ft owned htendlly at his
interlocutor fiom under his bushy
"How much pine you got?" ho asked
"About 300,000,000," lepllcd Thorpe
The old man's blue eyes fixed them
uelved wlUi uuwuverlui,' Hteudluesd uii
I'or the llrst time the lumbering man's
face lost, during a single instant, its
mask of immobility. Ills steel blue
eyes Hashed; his mouth twitched with
some stiong emotion. Kor tho llrst
time, too, he spoke without contempla
tive paiihu of preparation.
1 "That's the way to talk!" lie cried.
1 "Go with you? Well, 1 should rise to
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
stiduen savage concentration. Then
their owner obediently nroso.
Thorpe now saw that the body be
fore him was of n cripple, short legged,
hunchbacked, long nrnied, pigeon
breasted. The large head sat strangely
top heavy between even the broad
reinaik! You're the boss, nnd I always
wild it. I'll get you a gang of bully
bojs that will roll logs till there's seat
ing in Tophet."
Thorpe left, after making an ap
pointment at his own hotel for the fob j
lowing day, inoie than pleased with 1
his luck. None the less, ho anticipated I
his next step w lib shaky confidence. I
He would now he called upon to buy
four or live teams of horses and eiiougn
feed to last them the entile winter, and
ho would ha'o to airiiugo for pro
visions In abundance mid vuriely for
hk) men; he would have to llgtue 011
blankets, harness, 100k camp utensils,
stoves, blacksmith's tools, lion, ntcs,
chains, cant hooks, van goods, palls,
lamps, oil, matches, all soils of haul
ware In shoit, nil tho thousand and
one things, fiom needles to couit plas
ter, of which n self sulliclng commu
nity might come In need. And he
would hno to llgiuo put his teqiilie
meiits for the entile winter. After
navigation closed ho could import noth
Deep In theso thoughts he wandered
on at uiiidom. He suddenly came to
himself hi the toughest quarter of Hay
mi 1 1
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"IVkiI's the intitUif
shotildets. It confirmed the hopeless
but sullen despair that blooded on the
At tho hotel Thorpe, examining the
cut, found It inoie serious In appear-
1 nnco than in reality. Willi 11 few
Thiough tho summer night thrilled
tho sound of cachliinntlous pointed to
the colors of mirth. A cheap piano
rattled and thumped through an open
window. Men's and women's volioa
mingled In rising ami falling gradua
tions of hatshuess. Lights streamed
Irregularly aeioss the ()aik.
Thoipe became awuto of a figure
crouched in the doorway almost at his
feet. Tho nickeling rajs of a distant
street lamp thtew Into relief the high
lights of a violin and a head. Tho face
upturned to him was thlu and white
mid wolllsh under a broad white brow.
Dark eyes gleamed at him with the
expression of a lleico animal. Aeioss
the foiehead ran a long but shallow
cut f 1 0111 which blood dripped. The
ereaturo clasped both arms aioimd a
violin, He ciouched tbeie and stared
up at Thorpe, who stated down at him.
"What's the matter?" asked the lat
Tho creatine made no leply, lint 1
drew bis arms closer about his Instal
ment. Thorpe imulu a sign to the un
known to rise.
"Come with me," said he, "and I'll
have your forehead attended lo."
Tho eyes gleamed Into bis with
pieces of sticking plaster he diew its
Then ho attempted to interiogate in a
"What Is your name?" he asked.
"How did you got hurt?"
"Were you playing jour fiddle In one j
of thoM houses?"
Tho clippie nodded slowly. j
"Are you hungry?" asked Thorpe,
with a sudden tlinnghtfulne.ss.
"Yes," replied tho cripple, with 11 ,
lightning gleam In bis wolf eyes. I
Thoipe rang the hell. To tho bov
who answeied It he said: 1
"Hrlng 1110 half a dozen beef sand
wiebes and a glass of milk, and be (
quick about It."
(Tl) 111', CONTINlJItl))
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 306
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 39G
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and Kuropean Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
J. Ivancovich & Cn. PAY FOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S Till? CLASS OF WOH1C
Kunorn, Mississippi, June 27.
A ueiro accused of nn oiilrauL' 1ms
Ikhmi lynched here.
SAN FRANCISCO, - CAL.i
IMl'OUTICKS OF j
HAWAIIAN BANANAS !
and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS
FRONT ST., Or. SI'UF.CKJ'.I.'S 11I.OC1C