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l'HK WHKKUV HltO TRIBUNlt, MM), HAWAII, TUR9DAY, DJMilKK. 5( 1905.
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Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
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OUT OUR STOCK OF
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Though the price might indicate
that the goods are not in good
condition, such is not the case.
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Kaumana Real Estate
THREE MILES FROM jQ8T OFFICE
A SPLKXDI1) opportunity is offered to buy 82.8
ACRES of Laud, on the Kaumana Road, suitable
FOR RESIDENCE OR FARMING PURPOSES,
with THK FINKST VIEW of any suburban site.
FINE LAND FOR GRAPES
Three Acres Grape Laud (in Bearing). One Acre in
Vegetables. Orange, Peach and other Fruit Trees.
All Fenced. Good Soil. Six-Room Dwelling, Kitchen
and Stable. PRICE, $10,000, EASY TERMS
J. G. Serrao,
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For the Stomach's Sake
an occasional glass of beer
is very good. It is a well
established fact that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it in
valuable to the run -down
system . . . Apart from its
medicinal properties Primo
i is an ideal beverage, well
suited to the requirements
of this climate.
In a Reliable Insurance Company
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Dy INA WRIGHT HANSON
(YlvHflM, Wrti, Ity Incl H'riiM Unnnm
I found Florlno by (lu ten tnblo on
the vcrttndn gnzltiK dreamily Into hot
cup. She wore my roses In the holt
of lur white gown nnd In her bronze
hnlr. For nonie time I lnid not diired
to nppronch Florlne without heliiR for
tilled with disagreeable speeches; otu
erwlso I Rhould linvo been Kttllty of
proposing to her. Cousldwrlng (hut hot
monthly Income wns iulte etinnl to my
nnniml one, n proposal of mnrrlngc
from me would be palpably absurd. I
sighed, nnd my sigh nrousod Florlne.
"Oh, I'm Rind It's yout" (the wild
brightly. "I riiw n visitor In my tea
cup." I frowned nnd took n chair on the
other nldo of the table.
"I wish you wouldn't," I Bnld.
"Wouldn't what? Give you n cup
of ten? Well, you needn't drink It.
Are you nfmld It will hurt your com
plexion?" Her tone was bantering but her
eyes hnd u hint of concern In their
violet depths. I looked nwuy ns I nn
Hwered: "The other night nt pit you turned
your chair around three times, nnd
then when you lost you nttrlbuted It to
the misplacing of your rabbit foot."
"I did make n mistake," sho sntd
gravely. "It wasn't the rabbit foot;
It was the day. Wednesday Is my un
"If you keep on folks will think you
are wenkmludod," I continued, keep
ing my gaze carefully from the danger
ous charm of her fuco. "I hnvo actual
ly heard It said that you wear nn amu
let!" Florlne wns silent so long that I
was compelled to glance nt her. Sho
wns regarding me wlUi what might be
termed n complex look. Her mouth
wns dimpled wltli smiles, her lifted
brows wcro derisive, but her eyes wore
troubled. I Ignored the eyes.
"This superstition business detracts
from your real worth," I went on re
lentlessly. "It Is tho flaw In the din
inond, tho blight In tho rose, tho the"
"Fly In the ointment?" Bho suggested
"To have It told around that you
wear an amulott" I reiterated In flno
Then Florlno laughed. When Florlne
"You poor old denrl" sho exclaimed
ns soon as she was able. "I don't bo
llevo you have the ghost of nn Idea
what an amulet 1st"
I was solid on that score, for I hnd
Just learned the definition from tho
" 'An object, usually n peculiar bit
of stone, mctnl, bone, paper, wood or
tho like, worn by superstitious peoplo
as a protection ngalnst witchcraft,
bad luck, disease, accidents, etc. A
"Oh, don't!" she choked. "You are
too ubsurd." Then sho went off Into
another gale of laughter.
"I don't seo where tho absurdity
comes In," I retorted. "If thnt Isn't
an amulet, then what Is It?"
I supped my tea wltli dignity while
Florlne recovered herself.
"I know u girl onco who wore an
umulct," sho suld nt last. "It wns tho
well, tho picture of somebody she
Picture nh! To bo sure, I wasn't
an Adonis, neither wns I afraid of
breaking tho camera, but for ono rea
son or another I hnd faced a photog
rapher. Picture, was It? Was sho tho
girl? I wondered.
"It wasn't bone, metal, stone, paper
or wood," sho went on. "And sho
didn't wear It ns a protection ngaluut
anything. Sho Just woro It because
she liked It, bucauso sho liked tho man
whoso picture wns In It"
"It wnsn't nu nmutot then," I said,
setting down my cup.
"It was an umulct," contradicted
Florlno. "Unlmnglnary folks get their
dellnltlons out of the dictionary. Other
"How about a walk?" I Intorruptcd.
I couldn't eveu pretend to bo disagree
able any longer; neither could I mus
ter up determination enough to leavo
her lovely, laughing sprito that eho
wns. I'erhnps thero was loss danger
"Hut I am going to have nnotlier
caller," sho demurred.
"Do you heo him In your teacup?"
"No; I seo him nt the gnto," she
laughed, "ulthough ho may bo coming
to sin) mamma. IIo Is very fond of
mamma. 1'osslbly I shall be at the
summer houso soon."
It was clearly a dare, and I took It.
I went to tho summer houso. Around
tho summer house nro trees nnd (low
ers; In front Is n mlnnturo lake a
beautiful place, but a dnngerous ono
when n man has no right to tell what
HoinetlmeH dims his eyen nnd Impedes
As I sat down something nt my feet
uiught my eye. I picked It up. It wns
b heart shnped locket not with rubles.
It flow open In my hand, disclosing
two scraps of white cloUi. I exam
ined tho pieces with somo Interest, es
pecially as I noticed thnt my mono
gram graced thu upper ono. They were
two corners from ono of my handker
chiefs evidently. Anyway It was my
monogram. When my oyes fell on thu
othor piece n bowlldorlng lot of
thoughts chnsed through my brain, for
that piece boro my profile, trnced clev
rly In purplo Ink, Floiino's nmulet
a "picture of a man sho liked!" No
moro lotting a paltry fortuno stand be
tween us, If she really enrefl, nnd It
must be phe enros, or
When I got ho fnr I jumped up nnd
stnrtod Joyfully for Florlne's presence.
Then another Idea assailed me. Sup
pose Florlne should think that my find
ing the nmulet Influenced my declara
tion; that It was an affair uf honor, so
to speak. I tuld the locket carefully
under n small fir nnd wetit back to the
summer house. I wns scarcely seated
when Florlne came flying down tho
path, her flimsy gown floating like n
lovely white cloud around her.
"You can laugh or you can scold. I
don't enrol" she asserted tenrfully. "I
did wonr nn amulet, but now It's
She sat down by mo nnd dabbed nt
her pretty eyes wlUi n scjuaro Inch of
law edged linen.
I neither Inughed nor scolded. I be
gan tolling her n Btory:
"Once upon n time there lived n beau
tiful princess ndored by every one. In
her court wns n man, neither rich nor
overwlse, but loving her, he thought,
best of all. Sho accused him of having
no Imagination, and mnybe ho hnd
none, but lie saw In the Biinset gold of
the princess' hair, In every blue flower
hue of her eyes. In every purling
streamlet, the music of her laughter.
Often ho criticised tho princess, al
though to him she wns perfect"
"What did ho do it for, then?" cried
"He hnd n mighty purpose."
Florlno giggled. I looked nt her bus
plclously, but rIic mndo nnother'dnb nt
her eyes, so I wont on;
"For all his hnrsh words he repented
In sackcloth nnd nshes, nnd when Uio
dny of his repentnnco wns over ho
knelt on Uio ground at her feet"
'Oh, no!" corrected Florlne. "He
might hnvo taken rheumatism or some
thing." Were ever eyes so blue or lips bo
sweet? I plunged ahead recklessly:
"IIo took her llttlo hnnd In hls"
sultlng action to tho word "nnd put
his arm around her so and kissed her
"How dare you?" Bnld Florlno very
"I don't dnre," I answered meekly.
"I wns only showing you whnt tho mnn
did vho belonged In the court of tha
"Well, go on,'"sho commanded.
"I don't know whnt tho princess did
after he-nfter Uiat," I Blghed, al
though looking nt Florlno hopefully.
"Oh, the princess said, 'I hnvo, lost
my nmulet, nnd I can novcr seo hnp
plnoBs without It; bo methlnks I will
publish n decree that to him who find
eth It will I give his heart's desire.' "
"Describe tho amulet, O princess I"
"Tho decree should state that tho
amulet Is Inclosed within n case of
gold, shaped like my loving heart and
set nround with rubles llko drops of
my own heart's blood; thnt tho amu
let Is of fine linen, marked with purple;
thnt each separate line stands for love,
trust, hnpplness; that nil tho lines to
gether form tho lluenments of of"
Florlne'a dark lashes rested upon
very pink cheeks. She hesitated.
"I go to search for tho amulet," I an
nounced, rising. ,
She looked nt me approvingly. I
peered under tho Btep, mado two short
detours In tho direction of tho lake,
then discovered It under a small fir
Florlno clapped her llttlo hands.
"How beautifully the story proceeds!"
sho cried ns I snt down again to tell
her my heart's deslro.
"I am wondering, though," Bhe mused
n very long tlmo nfterwnrd, "how tho
man cumo to find the nmulet under n
fir tree when the princess lost It In tho
ISnn)-pl thu Ilaicplpra.
In his story of the llfo of Lord Strnth
conn Mr. Heckles Wlllson tells nn
amusing anecdote of his lordship's ear
ly days when ns Donald Smith ho en
tered Uio employment of tho nudson
liny company and commenced to build
up tho riches which mado him a peer
A fellow Scotchman who worked
with Smith on the samo stntlon
brought out n set of bngplpes on ono
occasion, and when tho Indians and
Eskimos had gathered round he struck
up "Tho Highland Lnddlo" or bomo
such nlr. Tho delight of the aborigines
wns immonse. Their faces lit up wltli
rapture, nnd with open mouths nnd
enrs they drank In the souuds produced
by tho Instrument.
Afterward n discussion nroso at tho
company's fnctory ns to whether tho
Eskimos woro of Mongolian or lec- I
laudlc extraction. I
"Hoots, mon, yo'ro n' wrnng," broko
lu tho Impatient piper. "Did yo no hco i
tho chlels tlito mornln' whilst I was I
twlrlln tho pipes? 1'vo nao doot nno
doot uva Uiey'vo truu hlelnnd bluld In
I Tho proverbs of a nutlon nro tho ells-
tilled wit of KoncrutluiiH of Us people,
I and tho truo wit of tho rnco Is often
! times In proportion to tho truth and
henuty of Its proverbs. Few uutlons
and few IiitiKUiiKes possess moro beau
tiful wiyliiRH thiin tho Irish. "Tho silent
month Is inolodlous," Is an Irish npho
rlHin pri'Knnnt with bounty nnd poetry.
And nnotlier nnylriR, Inculcntlnir u ehnr
Ity which Is spiritually needed In this
1 modern world of ours, Is Unit which
, tells us, "Our eyes Rhould bo blind In
Uio nbodo of nnother." Tho beautiful
fnlth und tho uingulnccnt optimism of
Uio Irish rnco nro wull pictured In their
proverb, "God novcr shuts ono door but
do opens two," "Autumn dnys come
softly, quickly, HUo tho running of n
hound upon n moor," Is poetic, vivid
truth. And hero Is a sharp, sntlrlcnl
sno thnt cutH sovernl wnys nt tho same
time, "A poom ought to bo well mndo
at first, for there Is innny n ono to spot)
I It nftorwnrd." Leslie's Monthly.
Wc licg to call your nttciition to our assortment cases
of liquid refreshments for TlmnksRiviiiK
Day nml following liolidnys.
2 quart bottles Scotch or Uotirbon
2 quart bottles Holland Gin, "Silver
Stream Sclmans," -12
quart bottles Primo Uccr,
2 quart bottles Scotch or IJourbon
I quart bottle French Brandy, Uc-is-
nnrd 4 Crown,
i bottle Honeysuckle Gin,
12 quart bottles Primo Beer,
i pint bottle Crown Cocktails, -
1 quart bottle Gilby's Castle Grand
i quart bottle Old Oporto Port Wine,
3 quart bottles German Rhine Wine,
3 quart bottles French Claret, -
2 quart bottles White Seal Cham
i quart bottle Maraschino,
Wc will be pleased to make up other cases to meet
individual wants at reasonable prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively b' the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Whcu purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
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Waiakea Boat House!
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WAIAKUA URIDGIv, IIII.O
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rates. Launches and rowbonts to hire
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKUvPIIONIv
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en.
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Ilonts fitted with this engine or frames 01
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