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lull yott nrc losing tlio hair itself. Yon
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For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Copyright. 1 902. by -Tftmart Edfard XUhll, I &'.',
Oceanic OB. OouiDany
The steamers of this line will ar
rive: ami leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.'
Alameiln July 22
Jiotioimi August h
Alameda AuutM 12
Ventura ...August 24
Alameda ."..September 2
Sierra September 14
Alameda Septembct 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
Sivrta November 16
. Ni vember 25
Alameda December 16
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda July 27
Ventura August 2
Alamuli August 17
Siena August 23
Alameda September 7
;? --" Septe.l,cr 11
v tin in. i .-.C.lotor ..
Alauteil.t October 19
Stetra October 25
Alameda November 9
oimiiui November 15
Alameda November 30
Ventura Dicunber (
Alameda December 21
In connection u nil the sailing of the
above steamers the ngiutsiite pu-iitril lo
ihsue, toinleiiilnigMsseugeis Coupon
Through Tickets l any railro.nl
Iroiu hin i-r.ineisco to all points in tin
United Stales anil troin .New Yoik b
an ste.iuislup Imi lo .ill liuropeiui poits,
I'or fiittbii pirtlcnlars apply to
Then It was n question or urenKins
the Jntn. This hnil to tx ilono by pull
lug oat or chopping through certain
"key" logs which lockeil the whole
mass. Men Btooil under the face of tin
mliient ruin over them n frowning
sheer wall of bristling logs, behind
which pressed the weight of the rising
waters and hacked nnd tugged calmly
until the mass began to stir. Then
they escaped. A moment later, with a
roar, the Jam vomited down on the
spot where they bad stood. It was
dangerous work. Just one half day
later It had to be done again and for
the same reason.
This time Thorpe went back with
Shearer. No one was at the dam. but
the gates were closed. The two opened
That very evening a man rode up ou
horseback Inquiring for Mr. Thorpe.
"I'm be." said tbi voiniL' fullnw
The man thereupon dismounted and
sen-til n paper. It proved to be an In
junction Issued by .Judge Kherman en
joining Thorpe ngalnst Interfering with
the property of Morrison & Daly to
wit, curtain dam erected at designated
points on the Ossawlimmakee. There
had not elapsed sulllclent time since
the commission of the offense for the
other linn to secure the Issuance of
this Interesting document, so It was at
once evident that the whole affair had
been prearranged. After serving the
Injunction the olllcial rode away.
"Of all the consummate gall!" ex
ploded Thorpe. "Trying to enjoin me
from touching a dam when they're re
fusing me tlio natural liowl They
must have bribed the fool Judge. Why.
his injunction Isn't worth the powder
to blow It up."
"Then you're nil right, ain't yoV" In
"It'll be the middle of summer before
we get a hearing In court." said be.
drive ror holding open the dam slulee
beyond the legal head of water.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
(Icueral Agents Occmiiic S. S. Co.
Sffifti IWTOKT tCN
ill wWm gi N
Onioii iai'iier Shop.
GARCIA Jk. CANARIO. 1'iops
IU Shane, Cut Ijmr and Shampoo
at llct-Livc Rates.
We .ilbo take pirlieal.ir paniH with Chil
Direct Line lietwcca SAN FRANCISCO
Ilarl. SI. Calliarlue. Cap! Sanation.
Iltii'l. Aiii Tiinier, Capt. Warlami
lt.uk .Marllin lint N, Capt. McAllinaa
For freight and passage apply to
WI2LCII & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. 1IKBWUK ti CO., Ltd.. Agents,
H. Hackfelti & Co., Ltd.
"I'm hi," mid the vouhu lillim:
"Oh. they're a cute layout! They ex
pect to hang me up until It's too' late
to do anything with the season's cut."
ne arose anil began to pace back and
"Tim," said lie. "is there a man in
ho crow who's afraid of nothing and
vlll obey orders?"
"A dozen." replied Tim promptlv.
"Who's the best?"
"Ask him to step here."
In n moment tlio man entered the of
lee. "Scotty." said Thorpe. "I want you to
lnilerstand that I stand responsible for
whatever I order you to do."
"All right, sir." replied the man.
"In the morning," said Thorpe, "you
take two men and build some sort of a
shack right over tho sluice gate of that
second dam, I want you to live thero
day and night. Never leave It, not
tVfn for 11 in tn 11 fit 'Ph. ..i... 11 V
iiu luiiurt mil
bring you grub. Take this Winchester.
If any of the men fioni up river try to
go out on the dam, you wain them on'.
If they persist, you shoot near them. If
they keep coining, you shoot at them
"You but!" answered Scotty, with
ENDING the call of trial Thorpe
took a llireo week' mention to
visit Us sister. Time, tilled
With excitement nnil nxnumal.
bllity. had erased from bis mind the
bitterness of their parting. Now he
found blmself so Impatient that he
could hardly wait to get there.
He learned on his nrrlval that she
was not at home. Mrs. Hcnwlck proved
not nearly so cordial as the year he-
rore. nut Thorpe, absorbed In his ea
gerness, did not notice It. Mrs. Iten
wick thought Helen had gone over to
Thorpe round the Hughes residence
without dltllculty nnd turned up the
straight wnlk to tho veranda. On the
steps of the latter a rug had been
spread. A dozen youths and maidens
lounged on Its soft surface. Thorpe,
as he approached the light from a tall
lamp Just Inside the hall, hesitated,
vainly trying to make out tho figures
So It wns that Helen Thorpe saw
him llrst nnd came fluttering to meet
"Oh. Hnrry! What a surprise!" she
cried, and thing her arms about Ids
neck to kiss him.
"How do you do. Helen?" he replied
This was the meeting he had an
ticipated so long. The presence of
others brought out In him Irresistibly
the repression of nubile tllsnlnv whtrii
wns so Strom: nn clement of Ids rn.
A little chilled, Helen turned to In
troduce him to her friends. He took
a place on the steps and sat without
saying a word all tho evening. Thero
was nothlm: for I1I111 to snv. Thn.
young people talked thoughtlessly, as
young people do. of the affairs belong
Ing to their own little circle. He had
thought pine nnd forest and the trail
so long that he found these square el
bowed subjects refusing to bo Jostled
aside by any trivialities.
Ho took Helen back to Mrs. Iten
wick's about 10 o'clock. Ihey wnlked
slowly beneath the broad leaved ma
ples, whose shadows danced under the
tall electric lights, and talked.
"How have you done. Harry?" she
iiiiluii... (i.timiaij. lour luiiers tmvp
been so vague."
"Pretty well," ho replied. "If things
go right I hope some day to have a
better place for you than this."
Her heart contracted suddenly. It
was all she could do to toon frnm
bursting Into tears. The Indellnlteness
of his answer exasperated her and till
ed her with sullen despair, She said
nothing for twenty stens. Then;
"Harry." she said quietly, "can you
take mo away from Mrs. Run wick's?"
"I don't know, Helen. I can't tell
yet. Not Just now, nt any rate."
"Harry," she cried, "you don't know
what you're doing. I tell you I can't
stand .Mrs. Uenwlck any longer. I
know you've worked hard and that
you'd give me more If you could. Hut
so have I worked hard. Now we ought
to change this In some way. I can get a
position as teacher or some other work
somewhere. Won't you let me do Unit v
Thorpe wns thinking that 11 u-nndi 1...
easy enough to obtain Wallace Carpen
ter's consent to his taking ?1.()00 from
the profits of tho year. Hut he knew
also that tlio struggle In the courts
might need every cent the new com
pany could spare. It would look much
better were he to wait until after the
verdict. If favorable, there would be no
dlllleulty about sparing the money. If
adverse, there would bo no money to
spare. And so until the thing was' nb
solutely certain bo hesitated to explain
the situation to Helen for fear of dis
"I think you'd better wait, Helen,"
said lie. "There 'II bo time enough for
all that later when It becomes news
"And In tho meantime stay with Mrs
Renwlck?" flashed Helen.
"1 es. I hopo It will not have in tn tnr
"How long do you think, Harry?"
pieaueii tno girl.
"That depends on circumstances." r
"Oli!" she cried Indignantly.
"Harry," she ventured nfter a time,
"why not write to Uncle Amos? His
wanting us to come to him seems to mr
"You will do nothing of the kind."
commanded Thorpe sternlv. "A inn
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Tho Abovo Is tho Oonocln Rovcrslblo Disc Plow.
Where a team can wnlk and drnw si plow
HK RKVitR.3im.it works perfectly.
The combination of features in
The Beneeia Beversibln
Make it tlie most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left ham!
plowing around the land or RitVitRSim.it, throwing furrows all one way Will plow
between terraces without utAVJNO a WATitR i'Urrow, Made only in n sulky
Tho Abovo Cut Shows tho Bonocia Rntoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
H.HACKFELD & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
returned n week had passed. Of coursu
the money was gladly put at Thorpe's
disposal. The latter at oaeo Inter
viewed his sister.
"Helen." he said, "I have made ar
rangements for some money. What
would you like to do tills year?"
She raised her head alid looked at
him with clear, bright gaze. If he
could so easily raise the money, why
had he not done so before? He knew
how much she wanted It. Her happi
ness did not count. Ontv u-iii.n i.io
quixotic ideas of family honor were at
tacked did ho bestir himself.
"I am going to Uncle Amos'," sbo re
"What?" asked Thorpe Incredulously.
For answer she pointed to a letter l'v
Ing on (ho table. Thorpe took It aiid
Sly Dear Nlece-Uotli Mm. Tliorpo and
"''"' inuru iimn rejoicu mat time and
.vMituuii iiuvu removed mat, I must con-fi-Hs.
natural prejudice which tho untor
tutiuto family iirrulr. to which I will not
allude, raised in your mind at;nlnst us.
Ah wo B.ild lone ubo, our homo Is youu
when you may wish to make It no. You
mate your present readlnews to come lm
mediately. Unless )ou who to the con
trol y wo shall expect you next Tuesday
evwiliiK on tho 4:W train. I shall ho m
tho Central station mjself to meet toil
lr your brother Is now with you I should
He pleased to see him also anil will he
most happy to give him a position with
tho llrm. Aft. your uncle,
, . AOS THOIIPK.
New York, Juno 6, 1SS3.
On finishing the last paragraph the
readei ctumpled the letter and threw
It Into the grate.
"I am sorry that von did timf 11..1.
en." said he, "but I don't blame you.
and It cau't be helped. We won't need
to take advantage of bin 'kind offer'
(TO Hi; CONTINIWn)
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil AnniysK Made and Kcrt.H?er Furnished 8ultnlllB , ,,,,,,,
I FOH THE LAND', SAKE USE OUR FPPTi. .-rlTrj
Sulphato of Ammonium
Sulphate of Potash
Nitrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
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1. O. HON 767,
At luilfi "f
He mid i'lisiiu
C. M. COOKIC, IWidcnl.
K. V. IIKSIIOI'. Treasurer.
". II. ROIIKUTSnv A.iii..
-. -.-.,! MU
K. U. THN.VHY, Viee-l'rthidtnt. "
W. M. AI.HXANDUU, c. . aTIIJCRTO.N
"All right." concluded Tboi-no.
Next day Scottv establlshi.d hiinsoir
as had lir-i'Ti inrrn,,.! it.. .11,1 ..... . 1 ,
' - .u mil iiui lll-l-ll ' - - -
to shoot anybody. Haly lilmself camo , ffb'6'rpu Is an unscrupulous man who
down to investigate tho state of af- 1 became unscrupulously rich. Ho delih
falrs. Ho attempted to parley, but ' cutely used our father as a tool and
Scotty would have none of It. I then destroyed him. I consider that
"(Jet outl" was his llrst and last , any one of our family who would hav
n'0"'' , anything to do with him Is n traitor!"
At the mouth of tho river booms of 1 The girl did not reply,
logs chained together at tho ends had Next morning Thorpo felt uneasily
been prepared. Into the Inclosure tho repentant for his stroiic Innminim. a 11.
To Study Volcanoes,
Prof. George Hunt Uarton, an
eminent geologist, is in Honolulu
and will spend a month in the Is
lands, making a study of extinct
voleani.es on Oaliti, Maui and Ha
waii. Prof. Barton is accompanied
by a party of ten school teachers
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39C
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 39C
King Near Front St.
drive was tloated and slopped. Then a
raft was formed by passing new ma
iilla topes over tho logs, to each one
of which the Hue was fastened by a
hardwood forked pin driven astride of
It. A tug dragged tho raft to Mnr.
Now Thorpe was summoned letmiiv
on two counts. First. Judge Sherman
cited him for contempt of court; sec
ond, Morrison ,V Daly sued him for al
leued diimiiL'es In obstructluir their
or all, the girl did lead a monotonous
life, nnd ho could not blame her for re
belling against It from timo to time.
Her remarks had been born of the re
bellion; they had meant nothing in
themselves. He could not doubt for a
moment her loyalty to the fatally.
That night ho wrote Wallace Carpen
ter for $1,000.
Wallace Carpenter was not In town.
Ileforo the letter had followed him tu
his new addiess and the answer hud
Choicest American and Kuropean Wines, fleers, Whiskies
Cms, Brandies, Liquors, Etc. '
S. CANARIO, Manager.
Cha.noic of Wathk often brings
on diarrhoea. Kor thiri reason,
many experienced travelers carry a ,
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy with
them to be used in case of an '
emergency. This preptration has
no equal as n cute for bowel com
plaints. It cannot be oblnined while
on beard the cars or steamship, and
that is where it, is most lilcly to be ,
needed, liny a bottle before lenv-'
ing home. Sold by Hilo Drug Co.i
J. Ivancovich & CcPAY FOR THE BEST
UMiniRU.uu WhU I
AND THAT'S -rilK CLASS OF WORK
I'ttONT ST., Op. SI'RKCKia'S BLOCK
Commission Mnvlinnls i
SAN FRANCISCO, - tAL.1
and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS
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