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THE WEEKLY HII.0 TRIBUNE, HltO, ftAWAlI, TUESDAY, JANUARY i6r 190G.
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"I had a vory covoro lung troublo
and was so weak that I could scarcely
walk about or talk. All my friends
bollevod I could novor got woll. I
thon began to tako Ayor's Cherry
Pectoral and immediately folt an im
provomout. It took only two bottlos
to work a comploto cure. It certainly
savod my llfo."
This is ono ot thousands of tostU
moclals to tho wondorful valuo of
in cases of colds, coughs, nnd lung
and throat troubles of all kinds. ' A
standard and unrivaled romedy for
sixty year;. In large and small bottlos.
Bowaro of imitation so-callod
"Genuine Ohorry Poctoral." Uosuro
to got "AYEll'3 Ohorry roctoral."
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
H11.0, H. I.
Choice Cuts of -
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra November 29
Alameda December 8
Sonoma December 20
Alameda December 29
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma November 28
Alameda December 13
Ventura .... December 19
Alanieda January 3
Sierra January 9
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 Sau Prancisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
any steamship Hue to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
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General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
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AND THAT'S THE CLASS OP WORK
Copiriflit, ml, by
Mart ha McCulloch
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Margery's eyes danced wickedly; Bho
muffed battto nfar. Miss Cathcrwood,
waddling majestically from booth to
booth at St Barnaba's fair, had stop
ped short at Bight of her, setting her
uoso at least nn Inch higher and sniff
ing audibly. Blnco they were follow
church workers It would not do to Bay
Miss Cathcrwood hated Margery, but
cveu since young Warwick had fallen
under Margery's spoil tho elder lady
had shown herself spiteful beyond
All Enplngton laughed at her, of
course covertly. Sho was In a way Its
great lady, owning tho biggest house,
tho handsomest grounds and nearly tho
biggest bank account In tho village.
Young Warwick's uncle, tho major,
had a thought mora ready money, but
since ho lived modestly, never subscribe
cd to anything In public nnd garo away
by stealth mora than half his Income
bo was no such personage as Miss
Cathcrwood, whoso Joy In llfo was to
wrlto her name In front of a good
round sum at the head and forefront
of every Important list
Margery said audaciously that It was
Miss Catherwood's habit to lot both
bands know all that oven her little Au
ger did. Possibly It was, that speech,
with tho necessary accretions from
mouth to mouth, which first, nindo Ep
plngton's Lady Bountiful so high and
haughty toward Its prettiest girl.
Margery Lano was easily that and
much more. Tbero was a sweet soul
at tho bottom of her velvet eyes, wit
and spirit a-plenty under her mop of
floss silk curls. All tho finest young
follows of tho rlllago wcro her chums
and Bworn champions, oven to tho two
or thrco who had tried to bo something
more. Margery's compelling gaycty
shed sentiment as a duck's wing sheds
water. Thus she had laughed her would
bo swains out of sighing Into a con
sciousness of what she persisted in
calling their mistakes. When sho had
fully persuaded them to tako her own
sano yIqw sho sent them rojolclng on
tho way to court and marry other girls.
Thus in her own way Bho was easily
as much a power as Miss Catherwood.
Othcrwlso she would not havo been
what sho was at tho fair. Miss Cathcr
wood was tho fair's moving spirit If
she had dared she would havo ignored
Margery. Slnco sho did not dare, sho
wisely resolved to mako the utmost
posslblo out of her enemy. Conso
ijucntly Margery bad tho stall which
dispensed Impartially candy, cut flow
ers and literature. Tbo girl's chums
had behaved nobly In tho matter of
buying, to say nothing of her lovers,
actual, posslblo and impossible. Ma
jor Warwick put himself at the head
of tbo Impossible, vowing things wcro
at a pretty pass, indeed, when the girl
ho had brought up specially for himself
was whisked away from him all In a
wink by his scapegrace of a nephow.
Melville Warwick, the nephow, had
been Miss Catherwood's protego sjneo
ho was In short frocks this' In splto
of his own smoldering rebellion. Ills
mother, 11 gentlo half Invalid, wna de
voted to Pamela Catherwood, and Mel
vtllo novcr willfully crossed his moth
er in anything, no had worn Cathcr
wood leading strings with what grace
ho might up to tho day ho was scut
away to college. Whon ho camo back
from it to And tomboy Margery a crea
ture of lnflulto and tricksy charm,
withal tho ono woman in the world, for
htm, ho let it be seen ho meant hence
forth to havo his own way. Within a
fortnight ho had courted Margery open
ly, getting a nay-say, of course, but
equally, of course, whistling It down
"I'll give you time tjf And out your
own mind," ho hud sal! "It may take
two years, but what Is that bcsldo liv
ing n wholo llfo without you?"
Now ho leaned upon tho flower coun
ter so ostentatiously rapt in tho choico
of a roso that Miss Catherwood hud to
speak twico before ho answered.
"What Is it Aunt Pamf You wunt a
roqe? Lot mo beg you cbooso instead
somo of tboso choice chrysanthemums.
You seo, everybody wants roses, and
all tho flowers ought to go. Tho chrys
anthemums swamp any woman less
majestic than yourself. A dozen of tho
biggest and hairiest plcaso, Miss Lano.
ChangoJ Outrageous! Whoover heard
of chango at a fair?"
"I don't want flowers. Keep ypur
money, or, If you needs must spend it
como to somo of tho senslblo tables,"
Miss Catherwood said with what Hbo
meant for a withering glance at Mar
gery, who smiled amiably.
"Do take him away, dear Miss Cath
erwood 1" she murmured. "I have dono
my best to get rid of him this last hour.
If ho star j longer all tho rest will hato
no. You aro an angel to deliver me
from such a dreadful fato."
"You mean I am an angel. Angels are
all masculine. I leave It to the" highest
authorities If that Is not true," Molvlllo
said, Btandtng stock still, his folded
arms propped upon tho flower tablo.
Margery looked at blm reproachfully.
"You aro blocking tho way of trndo,"
sho said. "I liave Boroowhat of con
science, howsoever you may be nicking'
In It These flowers havo got to be
turned into flannels and soup and shoes I brou,:'t homo bo directly to mo." He
for poor folks. Are you willing to pay j reported tho words "genorous" and
In advance for all I don't sell?" "magnanimous'' sovcrnl times. Disrue-
"Willing enough-moro than wllllngi" h'n letter, by tho way, though it ontiro
Melvlllo retorted. "Only show mo how. '? deserves tho praises abovo quoted
I've been hero threo hours. Well, after
this I can glvo polntoro to tho poor
man who foil among thieves"
'Horvilloi Vor sbamol What shock-
Ing Irrevorcncoi Still I am not alto
gether nstonlshcd," Miss Catherwood
Interrupted, ralBlng bcr eyes to tho
celling. "Now, If you please, wo will
bo going. Miss Lano, soil my chrysan
themums over again and don't forgot
to add what thoy fetch to tho amount
of my original donation."
"Unless you buy thoin yourself, no
body will," Margery said, with a smllo
of Infantlno niallce. "They aro so big
nnd dull and brlcky red everybody has
sniffed at them. Indeed, Mr. Batmlro
told mo when he fetched them In, Tu
mela Cfrlhcrwood Is your ono chance
for these.' "
"Indeedl" Miss Catherwood was so
near apoplexy sho could not get beyond
tho word. "I'll glvo you n dollar nple'co
for them," sho flald, "and yol can send
them straight to tho Homo of the
Homeless." Thon, with a hissing shriek:
"Girl, where Is my purse? I had It a
moment back and laid It right there
"Yes, I saw it" Margery said, hur
riedly turning about masses of bios-
somy grcon. Miss oatnerwooa watcn-
cd her suspiciously, crying Jerkily all
tho wholo: "My purse I Oold mounted,
U10 Clasp set with diamonds, and n
hundred dollars! What havo you dono
"Hush!" young Warwick said imper
atively, making to lead bcr away. Peo
ple wcro gathering, staring, listening,
craning necks, to see all about.
Margery let fall her hands, saying
quietly, "It Is not hero."
Tho words took away Miss Cathpr
wqod's last vcstlgo of composure With
a plunging lurch sho overset tho flower
table, clutched Margery by both shbul-
iters and shook her hard, hissing out:
"Youl You llttlo bold faced thlof I"
Stunned sllcnco for a breath; then
babel broko loose. Suddenly some
one crcd, "Miss Cathcrwood, there's
your purso tangled up In tho laco and
Jet on your hanging sleovol"
Miss Cathcrwood raised a massy arm.
Tbqrc, trao enough, tho bauble, gleam
ed. With ono gasping look at Mar
gery's set, white face, Bho fell al In a
moaning heap at tho foot of tho girl
she bad accused, In her full Jarring
down a big lantern nnd overturning It
nmid Uiq rubbishy decorations.
Instantly there was a threatening
flare. Tho flames ran leaping yenge
fully toward tho groveling woman. If
sho breathed them onco sho was lost.
Mnrgery stood over her, her Blight fig
ure outlined against a heavy rich huqd
rug. Bcforo another hand could bo
raised bcr arms went up, sho tore tho
rug looso and, holding it banncr-wlso
around and above her, dropped and
smothered with it tho flaro at her feet'
An hour later Dr. Archer was saying
as ho patted Margery's burned Angers:
"LitUo girl, It was a heap more than a
llfo for a life. You thought only qt
your enemy, but you saved your friends
as well. If tho Aro had gained head
way every homo In Epplngton mlgtit
bo In mourning.''
"I'm not trying to pay you, Margery
-money cannot do that," Miss, Cather
wood supplemented from tho depths of
her easy chair. "But you shall bo my
hplrcss tq prove you truly forgive mo,
and you shall marry Melvlllo Warwick
to show riches mako no dlfferenco in
a true woman's love."
ninffed nnd Loit.
An English nobleman was onco pres
ent at u church sprvlco when a collec
tion vras announced for some charitable
Tho pinto began to go round, and the
duke carefully put his band' into nil
pocket and took out a florin, which bo
laid on the edgo of tho pew desk be
fore 1dm ready to bo transferred to the
Bosldo blm sat a llttlo snob, vrbo,
noticing this action, Imitated it by os
tentatiously laying a sovereign along
Hide tho ducal florin.
Thin was too much for his grace, who
dipped his hand into bis pocket again
and pulled out another florin, which he
laid by tho sldo of tho first Tbo lit
tle snob followed suit by laying anoth'jr
sovereign besldo tho first
His -grace quickly added a third flor
in, which was cappod by a third sover
eign on the part of tho little snob. Out
camo a fourth florin to swell tbo duko's
donation, and then tbo llttlo snob tri
umphantly laid three sovereigns at
onco upon tbo board.
The duke, not to bo beaten, produced
Just at that moment tbo plato ar
rlred. Tho little snob took up his
handful of sovereigns and ostentations'
ly rattlod them into tho plato. Tho
duke, with a grim smllo, put ono. florin
into the plato and quietly swept tho re
maining six back into bis pocket Lon
Dlaraell and OojtItI.
No incident in Dluracll's career is
mora pleasant than bis offer of a pen
sion and a O. a B. to Carlyle. A
friend of Blr William Proser walked
with Carlylo for two hours on tho day
on which DlsraoU's letter arrived. Car
lylo described the letter being brought
to blm by a treasury messenger, the
largo black seal, his wonder as to what
the olUcial envelope could contain and
hts great surpriso on reading tbo offer,
conveyed in language of consummate
tact and delicacy. Carlylo said: "Tbo
lotter of Disraeli was flattering, gen
erous and magnanimous. Ills overlook
ing all that I have said and dono
against Idm was great"
no mbled: "The accurate perception
of merit in others is one of the highest
characteristics of a flna intellect I
shout. I not bavo given Dtsraoll credit
for pi iweualng it had it not been
" s tact ana aeucacy, is ny noi
i means Impeachable In grammar, for IW
contains within n dozen lines two in
stances ot tbo uangiug "ana whlcn."
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advwc as judgment and honor dictate.
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