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THK WttUKLY 1111.0 TRIHONK, fllO, HAWAII, WUIMV, JULY , iga.
T" 21 . By STEWART
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Copyright, ID02, by Jfbaar1 Edward TOhlt
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You no to votir barber, wcolc a f tor
week, Imping tbo sluinpoo will ntro
your dandruff. Hut tbo dandruff con
tlnucs to form as badly as ovor. Tbo
Iroublo is you do not co nt It In tbo
right way. Tbo scalp Is diseased, and
vou must euro It lieloro your dandruff
III over disappear. Slniplo washing
will noer brluR thli about.
TblsRidcndldbalrprepa ration euros
dandruff because. It cures tbo ulsoaso
of tbo scalp, and then tbo dandruff
ftoon disappears for Rood.
Aycr's Hair Vigor will preventdan
dru'Y, and nt tbo samo tlmo It wlH
kc ep j our hair soft ami glossy.
Vttiuel bj Dr. J. C. Ajer Co., Lowell, Mais., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this pott an here
muler: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 22
Sonoma August .S
Aver's Hair view
Alameda August 12
Ventura Atigtist 24
Alameda September 2
Sierra September 14
Alameda September 23
Sonoma , October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
Siena 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
v Sonoma September 13
Alameda September 2h
Ventura October .
Alameda , October 19
Sierra October 25
Alameda' November 9
Sonoma November 15
Alameda November 30
Ventura December 6
Alameda December 21
In connection with the sailing of 'tin
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending pisscugers Coupon
Through TjCkotS by nu railroad
from San Francisco to nil points in tin
United 'States, and fiom New York b
mi) steamship line to nil ICtiropcnu potts.
For further particulars oppl to
-Wm.C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S Co.
GARCIA & CANAKIO, Props
Ule Shave, Cut Ijair and Sluimpoo
at L-Elpc Kates.
Vc also take particular pains with Chil
Diiect Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Itnili SI. CatlinriiH', Cnpt- Saunders
Hurl. Am) Tiyucr, Capt. Warland
Hurl. .Miii'lhti Ihnls, Capt. McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. MU'AVliK & CO.. Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
.Uil'.YIS, II 1 1.0.
Union Barber Shop.
Tlione wan touched by it. Tbo price
of atrliiRs was evidently u blR sum.
"I'll Ret you more In the morning," ,
i aid he. "Would you like to leave Hay
losi ' crieu mo uoy, wmi passion.
"You would have to wotk. You
would have to be chore boy In n lum
ber ciimp and play (bbllc for the men
when they wnnted jou to."
"I'll do It," said the cripple.
"All right; then I'll take you." re
'1 lie cripple said nothing nor moved
n muscle of his face, but tbo gleam of
tbo wolf faded to glve,pbico to tbo soft,
affectionate glow seen in tbo eyes of a
Fetter dog. Thorpe was startled nt tho
A knock announced tho sandwiches
and milk. The cripple fell upon them
with both bands In n sudden ecstasy
of hunger. When he bad finished, he
looked ngnln nt Thorpe, nnd this time
there were tears In his eyes.
A little Inter Thorpe Interviewed the
propilctor of tbo hotel.
"I wish you'd give this boy n good
cheap room nnd charge his keep to
me," said he. "He's going north with
Thorpe lay nwakc for some time aft
cr retiring. Phil claimed n sbnre of bis
thought. In nn hour or so ho dozed.
Ho dreamed thnt tho cripple had grown
to ennrmcu proportions nnd wns over
shadowing his life. A slight nolso out-
mimi.wiiK in- nil.-, .v n.m.it ..... .-
sine ms u.-urooni ii..ur iuuKi.i ...... "' ,
He opened the door nnd found thnt
In the stillness of the night the poor
deformed creature bnd tnken tho blan
kets from his bed nnd bad spread them
n cross the doorslll of the man who bad
IIItKi: weeks later the steam
barge Pole Star sailed down
the reach of Saginaw bay.
Tboipo had received letters
fiom Carpenter advising him of n
credit to him nt n MnrnucMc bank nnd
Inclosing a draft sulllclont for current
expenses. Tim Sbenrer had helped
make out the list of necessaries. In
tlmo everything was loaded, tbo gang
plank hauled In, nnd tbo little baud of
argonauts set their faces towaid tho
point where tbo Hlg Dipper swings.
The weather wns beautiful. Hach ,
morning the sun ioo out of the frosty '
blue lake water and set In n sea of
deep' purple. Tho moon, once again nt )
the full, drew broad paths across the ,
pathless waste. Prom the t-outheast
blew dally the Inko trades, to die nt
sunset and then to return in the soft ,
still nights from the west. I
The ten horses In the bold munched
their hay and oats ns peaceably ns
though nt homo In their own stables. ,
.IncUson Illnes had helped select them
from the stock of linns changing local-,
Ity or going out of business. Ills Judg-,
nient In such matters was iniulllule,
but he had resolutely refused to take
tbo position of barn boss which Thoipe
"No," said he "she's too far noith.
I'm gettln' old, and the rheumatics
ain't what you might call abandonln'
of 1110. Up there It's colder than hndes
on a stoker's holiday."
So Sbenrer bad picked out n barn
boss of his own. This man wns lm
poitnut, for the horses nro tbo main
stay of logging operations. He bnd se
lected also n blacksmith, a, cook, four
teamsters, half n do.en cant hook men
and ns many handy with ax or saw.
"The blacksmith Is also n good wood
butcher (carpenter)," explained Shear
er. 'Tour tennis Is nil we ought to
keep going nt n clip. If we need n
few nxiiieh wo can pick 'cm up nt Mar
quette. 1 think this gang 'II stick. 1
Theio was not n young mnn III the
lot. They weie most of them In the
prime of middle life, between thlity
nnd forty, nigged In appearance,
"cfiekj" In milliner, with the swagger
and the oath of so many buccaneers,
bard as nails. Altogether Thorpe
thought them about us lough n set of
customers us he had over seen
Tbioiigboiit the hi they played x-aitls
011 deck and spat tobacco Juice nluoad
mid swore Incessantly. Towntd him
self and .Sbeuicr their manner was nn
odd mixture of Independent equality
and a slight defeiente. It was as
ch as to say, "You'ie the boss, but
I'm as good u mnn as jou any day."
Constituting the ellto of the piofes
slon, ns they did, Tborpo might have
wondeied nt their eoiiHMitlng to woik
for nn obscmo little cump belonging to
11 greenhorn. Loyalty to and pride In
tbo II rm for which be woiks nro
stioiig characteristics of tbo lumber j
Jack. For this leason bo feels that ho
owes It to his leputiitlon to ally him- 1
"Do you pl:yr the riddle inucliV"
Tbo cripple nodded apnln.
"Lot's bear what you enn do."
"They cut my Hiring!" cried
with n passionate wall.
The cry ciituo from tbo heart.
self only with ilrius of ci editable sl.o
and ellieieney. Tho small camps nro
for the youngsters. Occasionally you
will see two or throe of the veterans
In such n camp, but It Is generally n
case of baking something better.
The tiutli Is Hbeuier had managed
to lusplio lu the minds of his cronies
an Idea that Uiey wuro about to nar-
tlclpato In n fight. IIo retold Thorpe'n
Btory nrtlstlcnlly. The men ngtccri Hint
tbo ''younp fellow bad sand enough
for n lake- front." After that there
needed but n llttlo skillful maneuver-
Iiib to Inspire them with the bleu that
u would bo n crcat tldnu to take a
immi, t0 "make n camp" In ppltc of the
,B concern up river.
shearer knew Hint this attitude wan
tentative, everything depended on
i)0W well Thorpe lived up to his repu
tation nt tbo outset. Hut Tim himself
believed In Thorpe blindly. So bo bnd
A llttlo Incident at the beginning of
the voyage did much to reassure him.
Thorpe had given orders that no
wbNky wns to bo brought nbo-ml.
Soon after leaving dock be saw one of
tho teamsters drinking from n pint
Husk. Without n word he stepped
briskly forwnrd, (matched the bottle
from the man's lips nnd threw It over
bonrd. Then ho turned sharp on his
heel nnd walked nwny without trou
bling himself ns to how the fellow
wns going to take It.
The occurrence pleased the men. for
t showed them they hnd'nimlo no mis
take. Hut It mennt llttlo else. Tin
chief danger really was lest they be
come too settled In tho protective nttl
tude. As they took tt, they wore about
good nutuicdly, to help nlong n worthy
greenhorn. This they considered ex
ceedingly generous on their part, nnd
In their own minds they wcro Inclined
to look on Thorpe much ns a growc
man would look on n child.
Kino weather followed them up the
long blue reach of I.a&e Huron, Into
I tne noble Drcaiitn or tne uctotir pas
t lQ ,,,,,. through
Thosnn,, uinnds of the Goorglnn bny,
Into the St. Mary's river. They were
locked through after some delay on ac
count of the grain bnrges from Duliitli
nnd nt last turned their piow west
ward In tho Hlg Sea wnter, beyond
which lay Hiawatha's Po no-niab, the
Land of tho Hereafter.
Next morning by daybreak every
man wns nt work. The batches were
Tlic men ucrc on Hitiy iiguln.
opened, nnd soon between decks wns
cumbered with boxes, packing cases,
barrels nnd crates. In their Impro
vised stalls the patient hotses seemed
to catch a hint of shoic going nnd
whinnied. IJy 10 o'clock tbeie loomed
agnlnst tbo strange coast Hue of the
Pictured rocks a shallow bay nnd what
looked to he a dock distorted by the
1101 thorn mini go,
"That's her," said tho captain.
Two hours Inter tho steamboat slid
between tho yellow waters of two out
lying reefs nnd with slackened speed
moved slowly toward tbo wharf of log
cribs filled with stone.
Thorpe knew very well that the
structuie had been erected by and be
longed to Morrison & Daly, but the
young man had had tho foieslght to
puiehase. the land lying on the deep
water side of the bay. He therefore
anticipated no trouble In unloading, for,
while Morrison & Daly owned tbo pier
Itself, tbo land on which It abutted be
longed to him.
Fiom the arms of tbo bay ho could
make out n dozen llguics standing near
tho end of tho wharf. When, with pro
1 I'o'"i' loveised, tho , Polo Star Itor"
slowly down towaid her mom lugs,
Thorpe recognl7cd Dyer nt tho bond of
eight or ten woodsmen. It looked sus
"Catch this lino!" sung out the mate,
hurling the coll or n band line on the
No ono moved, nnd tho llttlo rope nft
cr n moment slid ovorboaid with a
Tbo captain, with n curse, signaled
full speed astern.
"Captain Morse," cried Dyer, step
ping forward, "my oiders are that you
uro to land here nothing but M. & D.
"I have u right to land," answeied
Thorpe. "Tho shoro belongs to me." .
"This dock doesn't," retorted the oth
The Abovo Is tho Bonccia Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where a team can walk and draw a plow
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 kkvkrsim.K, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces without leaving A WATKR furrow, Made only in a sulky.
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho
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SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
er sharply, "and you can't set foot on
"You have no legal status. You had
no business building In tho llrst place"
began Thorpe, and then stopped with a
choke of anger nt the futility of argu
ing legality In such n case.
The men bnd gathered Interestedly In
tbo waist of tbo ship, cool, Impartial,
severely critical. Tho vessel swung bet
bow In toward the dock. Thorpe ran
swiftly forward and during tbo Instant
of rubbing contact leaped.
Ho alighted squarely upon his feet.
Without an Instant's hesitation he
rushed on Dyer and with one full, clean
Ill-blow stretched hliri stunned on the
dock. For a moment there was a paiiM
of astonishment. Then the woodsmen
closed upon him.-
During thnt Instnnt Tborpo bad tw
como possessed of n weapon. It came
hurling through tho nlr from above to
fall at his feet. Shearer, with the cool
calculation of the pioneer, bad seen
that It would bo Impossible to follow
bis chief nnd so had done tho next best
thing, thrown him a heavy Iron belay
Tborpo hit with all his strongtb and
quickness. Ho wns conscious once of
being on tho point of defeat. Then he
bad cleared n little space for himself.
Then the men wero on him ngaln moie
savagely than ever. Ono fellow even
succeeded In hitting him a glancing
blow on tbo shoulder.
Then came a sudden crash. Thorpe
was nearly thrown from his feet. The
next Instant a score of yelling men
leaped behind nnd nil around blin
There ensued a moment's scullle. the
sound of dull blows, and the dock wa1
clear of nil but Dyer nnd three other
who were, like himself, unconscious
The captain, yielding to the oxcltemeiil
ftn'd "run his prow plump against the
Some of tho crow received tbo moor
ing lines. All -was icady for disem
barkation. Itrynu Moloney, n strapping Irish
Ameilcaii of tho big boned, red cheek
ed type, threw some water over the
four stunned combatants. Slowly thoj
eaino to life. They were promptly
yanked lo their feet by the Irate iher
men, who commenced nt once to be
stow iiiindry vigorous kicks and shak
ings by way of punishment. Thoipe
"Quit It," he commanded. "Lot them
(TO IIU CONTINtllil))
St. Petersburg. Russia, July 14.
The report of the Japanese dis
aster at Port Arthur is not con
firmed. Chcfoo, China, July i.. The
Japanese have captured the Chinese
steamer Ilai'ping, liden with con
traband tfoorts destined for the
The Benecia Reversible
Bonccia Ratoon Disc Plow.
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Nitrate of Soda
K. C. Phosphates
lawns with out
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