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Vol. III. No. 391.
HONOLULU, JL I., SATURDAY EVENING, Al'KIL ), 1802.
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Ahorojho itlowlnix onibcni
I hear llio bncklos fine
Tlio iuiHc It rciiicmlier'
Of Mimo rctiirnilwrwl Rprlng:
Hack Io tlui brunch fortakeu
lU'liirn Its Jiicunil cliulr.
Anil in tbu cliimtiry unkru
A inrlnds "f nn.
Without, tbo Btormli bitter.
Tliu xtinw llakivi till tlif tilflit;
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With blnla anil bloom ami Mny.
Mil TESTER'S TU0USEUS.
It is not very lony bluco that young
Jack Cockcy went down by himself to
Woodleigh hull, Dampsbire, to spend a
week or bo with his Uncle 1 ester. Jack,
who had only just left school, ami wan
barely nineteen, did not look forward to
his visit with much pleasure, for his
undo was a most crotchety and can
tankerous old gentleman, of whom ho
stood in considerable dread, Indeed, he
had only accepted the invitation from
interested motives, the fact being that
his uncle, who was very rich, had
hinted his intention of defraying the es
pouses of Jack's projected career at Ox
ford, and as his parents were too iwor to
give him a university education them
selves it was especially needful for him
to keep in Undo Tester's "good books."
Before holi.id left homo on his dreaded
visit both his parents warned him what
a whimsical, crotchety old fellow his
uncle was, and how exceedingly careful
ho mu-st be in his behavior while at
Woodleigh; tor the old gentlemnn was
apt to tako offense nt trifles which or
dinary mortals would not even notice,
and tlio smallest piece of carelessness on
Jack's part might engender a fatal prej
udice against him in His uncle's mind.
Fully imbued, therefore, with tho ne
cessity of being on his best behavior.
Jack started off to Woodleigh. On ar
riving there ho was not especially pleased
to find that tho only other visitors to the
house were a few old fogys, contempo
raries of his undo and aunt, and as ho
sat at dinner on his first night, in com
pany of these prim and rather antiquated
pei sons, he felt decidedly like u fish out
of water. Indeed had it not been for
tho pres-enee of his cousin L1I3- his un
cle's only child who kept him in coun
tenance a.i far as youth was concerned,
ho felt that ho should have colliipsed al
together. Youth was not Lily Tester's sole at
tt act ion either, Sho was pretty, kind
hearted and companionable. And Jack
fouud her society so agreeable that be
fore ho had been at Woodleigh threo
days he imagined himself, according lo
his boyibh lights, violently in love with
her. Of course ho was too bashful to
declare his portion in words, but ho
showed it by tho silent admiration of his
looks, by constant attendance at her side,
and by continually fetching and carry
ing for her, and, in a general way, mak
ing himself as useful to her as ho could.
Ono afternoon, in her cousin's hearing,
Lily happened to bewail aloud tho fact
that sho had no means of procuring a
now novel, which alio was very impa
tient to lead, fiom tbo circulating library
in their neighboring town, as tho horse
were otherwise occupied that day and
the bervants were all too busy to be sent
upon such an errand. Jock Mini nothing,
but instautly determined to go for the
novel lurm-clf. And having consulted
his watch and seen that ho should have
time to get there and back before dinuu
ho btarted off alouo without telling any
body wheio ho was going.
He reached tho town all right and ob
tained the novel which Lilly wanted.
But the walk took him longer than he
had expected, so that, instead of being
back at Woodleigh with a comfortable
half hour to spate before dinner, hu
found that ho had barely five minutes.
As he huriicd into tho hall, hot and
breathless, ho met Lily on her way to
the drawing room, diessed ready for
dinner, and ho immediately took the
opportunity of giving her tho novel
which ho had bought.
"Oh, this is good of you, Jack," bhe
exclaimed, her face lighting up with a
grateful smile, "to go all that loug walk-
on my account. Why, you look as hot
and tired as can be. I am afraid"
(glancing anxiously at tho clock) "that
you have made yourself Into, too. Oh,
Jade, do you think you can possibly
dress in four minutes? For papa iH
dieadfully particular about people being
in time for dinner. And 1 should ho
rjuito miserable if you got into a scrape
with lnin through serving me."
"Oh, I'll niauugo it all right," replied
Jack. "My dressing won't take long,"
And ho ran off quickly up stairs to per
forin his hasty toilet, determined not to
bo late, for ho know that Lily had used
uoexaggerated phrasoin saying that her
father was "dieadfully particular about
people being in tiiuo," Indeed, in thu
eyes of this crotchety and whimsical old
gentleman to bo Into for dinner was
sontothing very like a deadly siu. And
Jack, iw wo know, had .strong reabous
for keeping in his uncle's favor. Ho
nulled, therefore, through his toilet at a
breckucck pace, until ho ca'iio to his
dresa trousers, and then ho received a
check, Something appeared to be wrong
with tho articles in question, The were
so small and tight that Jack could scarce
ly get his muscular limbs into them. In
fact, it was evident that they were not
his own at all, but tho property of some
body elso who was very much smaller
aud thinner than himself, ,.
"Hang itl" lie boliloqnuod in a vexed
1 tone, aa ho surveyed tho tight uud Bcaut,
gaunents clinging to his legs almost a-,
closo as fleshings, "Uioeo contonndeu
footmen have made a stupid uiiaake
aud exchanged my breeches for some
body elsu's. I must ring tho bell at once
and huvo my own brought up, for I can
never go down stairs in these things."
Ho leaned across bis bed to pull th'-
bell rope, which hung on tho other bide
of It from where he blood. But, alut.l
tho movement laid too gieat n strain
upon tbo skin tight iuoxpressiblid in
which he stood eucabcd. There cuine u
loud crack, followed 1 v i.n oiuinort'
sound of to'iiing. And J.n.k aw, to hit
no small dismay ,-that ono of tho bonnv
had split rv :.t tii fit !
What the dane . . li" to do' Tin
owner ul the trousers might nay, cur
laiuly would send tip for them in a
minnuj or two. And what a rago he
would bo in when he found what had
happened to them! If Jack had been a
few years older and gifted With a trillo
more elf possession, ho would havo re
garded tho affair as rather a good joke,
and though ho might have been a littlo
embarrassed he would not have been
seriously disturbed by it. But being a
nervou'i, awkward boy, and very shy of
thu prim old gentlemen who were his
uncle's guests, Ins accident caused him
qui to unreasonable agitation.
But Micro was worse in store. A min
ute later a knock came at his door, and
a servant's voice inquired from tlio other
"Beg pardon, sir; bnt did you ring for
your dress trousers'"
" Yes," replied Jack, hurriedly, making
no movement to unlock tho door. "Havo
you got them there?"
"Yos," answered tho footman. "And I
exjieet you must havo got master's!, sir,
for yours had been taken to his room by
mistake, and he can't find his own no
where." A horrible thrill of increased dismay
shot through Jack at these words. The
affair hail seemed bad enough before hu
know whoso trousers they were ho had
split. But the fact of their being crab
bed, crotchety Uncle Tester's made it a
hundred times worse. What should he
do? How should he manago to face tho
vials of tho old gentleman's wrath, wliich
would assuredly bo poured upon him nt
dinner in tho presence of all the other
guests? This thought reduced tho shy,
foolish youth to a stato of mind border
ing upon frenzy. And almost before ho
know what ho was saying certainly be
fore ho at all realized tho consequences
of his action he had blurted out u des
"No," ho answered, "I have not. I
have no dress trousers hero at all."
Tlio man did not seem convinced, how
over, until Jack had repeated his assev
eration two or three times. Then ho
went away, leaving tho youth's own
trousers (by libs request) on the mat out
bido the door. Wheii ho w:is out of sight
Jack opened tho door and hastily took
them in, and pulling off his uncle's
breeches soou invested himself in his
own. Tho funuer he then Btuffed in his
portmanteau, which ho was careful to
lock. Aud putting the key in his pocket
he hurried down to dinner m anything
but an easy frame of mind.
lie reached the drawing 1,00111 a min
ute or two bef10 hit undo, who fceon
made his appearance in a pair of morn
ing inoxpi edibles, with a particularly
bour look on his face. The old gentle
man, being absurdly prim aud punctil
ious about? accuracy of diess, was more
upot by the disappearance of his gar
ments than ordinary folk would imagine
possible. And as he explained to hii
guests tho cause,of hiSylateness and of
his hybrid attire, ho inveighed in no
measuicd terms against the "damned
idiot" who was to blame lor it, and ex-pres-od
his determination of "sending
ldm about his business" as soon as he
could discover his personality.
This threat, and tho sour ill temper
which his uncle displayed all the even
ing, quite frightened Jack out or any in
tention of confessing tho truth which ho
might have entertained. On tho con
trary, lTe began to evolve desjierato ex
pedients for getting tho trousers mended,
and secretly restoring them to tho old
fellow's room; bince, if the articles con
tinued missing, there wasno saying what
step-, their owner might not take to dis
cover their whereabouts. And should
thoy be trciced to him, Jack why, good
by to all his expectations from the avun
While ho cast about in his mind for
poisible expedients, it occurred to him
that ho might seek tho assistance of his
Aunt Tester's maid, for sho was rather a
friend of his, having lived with his
mother several years before bhe came to
Woodleigh, and ho felt sure sho would
help him to the best of her iower. Ho
know whoie hor workroom was, having
been to it already to havo little jobs of
If ho went there that very evening,
after dinner, when hia aunt and cousin
were busy down stairs with their guests,
ho should be certain to find hor nlono.
Ho could take thu trouners to her, toll her
exactly what had happened, beg hor to
run up tho split beam with n sowing ma
chine, and arrange with her some method
for tho becret lestoration of tho articles
to tils uncle's dressing room. As no
other reasonable, or oven possible, course
suggested itself, Jack made up his mind
to adopt this one. And ho escaied to
his room utter dinner 011 the earliest op
portunity for tho purpose of putting it
into immediate execution. Unlocking
his portmanteau, ho dragged thu wretch
ed tiousers forth. Then doubling them
up into the smallest possible compass,
anil takiiigthem under his arm, con
1 ciled as nineh iw was feiisiblo by bin
coat, he looked out to see that nobody
jvas in sight and started along the pas-
I hiigu vowiiru 1 lie viuimuum,
Ho had not proceeueu lar wioro no
became awaro of suinu one approaching
with a light in thu opposite direction.
At present tho light nlono was visible,
tho boater of it being hidden from him
by a bend in tho wall. Wliat was ho to
do? As ho was carrying ihu trousers
thoy wero but imperfectly concealed,
and any one meeting him with a light
was certain to remark them. Ho must
hidu out of tho way till the jhtsoii, who
ever it was, had p.issed. Hut where?
A bedioom door on his right stood
temptingly open. Ho durted quickly in,
and.concealed himself behind it. But,
as ill luck would havo it, his hiding
place proved a decidedly insecure oue.
Tho bearer of the light, who, it out tlio
sound of rustling skirts which accom
panied her, v oiduutly a woman, did
not pass by tho door. On the coutraiy,
she walked straight into itl Jack's
heart Mink to J'0i ,v"d wnro of up
palling dismay overwhelmed him. Of
coursu she wou-d shut the door, ami
there ho would stand helplessly nud
hopelessly exposed, with those miserable
trousers in his possession. Ksoapo was
impossible. Nothing could savo him.
Ho was iguomlniously run to earth.
If ever any ono felt desperate Jack did
so nt that moment. Tho newcomer,
however, did not shut tho door, but
passed on into tho room, leaving it open
behind her, Jack could see her iw ho
stood shivering in his hiding place, and
it did not add to his comfort to recog
uizo his aunt. But ho was conscious of
a blessed seuso of relief when ho saw
her making for a door on tho opposite
side of the room, which apparently led
Into another chumber beyond. Sho
oieucd It and went in. Now was his
cluuice to escape! Looking uervously
out, and dreading every moment to see
her reappear, hu slipped quietly round
tho door aud into tho passage. Then,
fancying ho heard his aunt einergo from
tho inner room, ho scuttled off on tiptoe
to his own bedchamber as fast as ho
It was not until ho roachod that haven,
breathless and trembling, that a con
sciousness of something missing camo
over him. Ho had not got tho trousers!
Terriblo conviction! In tho hurry and
agitation of his escape from behind tlio
door ho must havo dropped them. What
on earth was to bo done now? ho asked
himself in sickening dismay. Should ho
hasten back and mako a desperate effort
to recover them? No! His courage
tailed him at tho thought. Ho should
probably run into his aunt while doing
so, and that would put tho finishing
stroke to everything. Theru was noth
ing for it but to let matter's take their
course. And wherever the trousers wero
picked up, whether lehind thu door or
in tho passage outside, thero was, thank
heavenl no evidenco to connect their
presence there with himself.
Bnt in his existing uneasy nud forebod
ing frame of mind,ho felt it would be quite
impossiblo for him to face the company
again that night without exciting sus
picion by his demeanor. So ho locked
himself into his room and retired straight
to bed, though not to sleep, for ho lay
awake most of tho night brooding mis
erably over this unhappy affair. Even
tho brief spells of slumber ho enjoyed
wero uislurueu by awiul niglituiares, in
which a pair of black trousers, with a
lingo rent in them, were always tho
Next morning it was with tho great
est difficulty that ho could foico himself
to go down to breakfast. For if tho
discovery of those wretched trousers, in
their torn condition, was mentioned as
it was, of course, certain to be ho knew
he should betray himself to the othei-n
by his guilty blushes. Ho therefoie e
IJerieTicey. tho most relieved surprise
when tho meal passed without any alltt,
sion being mode to them. No one even
appeared to notice that his face looked
palo aud haggard, except, perhaps, Lily,
whoso eyes ho several times met lived
upon himself, with a certain anxious in
terest expressed in them.
The day dragged on with leaden
wings, and at every minute, in his un
easy guiltiness of conscience, Jack ex
pected to be summoned by his Undo
Tester and ordered to explain his scan
dalous aud deceitful conduct, but no
such summons came, aud at last dinner
time was reached. That, of couise, was
certaiu to bring the subject of tho dress
trousers upon tbo tapis, and it was with
a heavy, miserable heart that Jack en
tered the drawing room at tho sounding
of the gong.
What, then, was his surprise to see his
uncle standing on tho hearthrug, i li
aised as to his nether limbs in evening
inexpressibles, and to hear him say to a
guest, who had made a jocular inquiry
on tho subject: "Yes, a most extraor
dinary thing. They had somehow got
folded away by mistake inside Lily's
riding habit, and sent up to her room.
She found them there this morning.
After dinner, in tho drawing room,
while Jack was sitting by himself apart
from the others, pretending to read, but
really speculating on tho extraordinary
uud inexplicable lesult of the trousers
episode, Lily strolled across to him, and
said in a low voice, with an amused
twinkle in her boft, bnglit eyes:
"Jack, it was an awfully bold stroke
of yours to leavo those those well, 1
biipposo thero is no harm in tho word
those trousers in my bedroom lost night.
"Oh, I say, it was an accident really,"
grosjied Jack, seeing that tho girl had
somehow mastered his secret, and that
denial would bo useless. "But was it
your room where I loft them? And bow
did yon find out it was me?"
"By guess work," sho replied, laugh
ing. "I am rather sharp in putting two
and two together. Why anil
how you unhinged to split tho urticles 1
failed to conjecture; but that you wero
tho culprit your demeanor bust night
and today has sufficiently shown me.
When I found themxlast night on tlio
floor behind the door of my bedroom 1
did not quite know what to do. But
having slept upon thu matter and con
firmed my over night suspicions of
you by observation at breukfnst this
morning I determined (with an arch
look) to tako tho hint given me
in bo pronounced a manner. I tluo
foro stitched up the split team and
took tho garments to father's room, tell
ing him that harmless little fib winch
you havo heard him unsuspiciously ro
peut tonight. Now, Jack, don't you
think I havo repaid you for your kind
ness in fetching 1110 that novel yester
day?" "A hundred times over!" exclaimed
Jack, his lucu Warning with gratitude
and relief Upon my word, you're n
real brick, Lily!"
Wo may add that this episode of tho
inexpressibles, which had come so near
doing for Jack with his uncle, really be
ciuno tho making of him, for it origi
nated tho good understanding which stil
eequently sprang up betweeii tlio lad
aud hiB cousin, and in after years, when
ho had married Lily aud succeeded to
tho bulk 01 tho old man's tfortuno, ho
was always tolling his fnends tho above
story aud luiprebsing on them how hu
owed his prosperity entirely to "Uncle
Tenter'u Trousers. "London Truth.
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Jay For liirnis of Freight or Passage
H. DAVIES & CO,,
Sausages I Sausages !
IjKHSH Ilohigiia, User Pudding,
V Jilfiod Pudding, Head Cheese,
Fraukfiiit Mtihage, Vli-nua Sauagu anil
Fine Pork Sausage alss.iys on hand and
dullveied to older bv
(JF.O. I)'. Sl'IIHAUDKK,
IU- Foil stieet, tsvo iloois above the
tw Mutual 'Ttii, 710, ai3;im
sou & Lundy. 811 U
Win. G. Irwin & Oonipany,
UKKKIl HOlt SALK
PAKAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS aM ROOFING,
Foil Sttidin Plpo Covering, all sizes.
UUOK & OHIiANDT'B
High Grado Chemical Cane ManQie.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s CornotJ
Beef, 1 nud 2 lb. Una.
SALMON IN BAKUELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
' sAssptsi'$4;3 17,052.
, v " r ; " ' ,
Thames '& Mersey Marino Ins. Co.,
Assets, $6, 124,057.
New York Life Insurance Co.,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
. li MI & CO.,
Win. G. Ins In. .
Thoo. O. l'orter.
..rresident x .Manager
.Secretary & Treasure r
AOKNT3 OK TIIK
Oceanic uteaiship Comn'y,
or Hun l'l-unelHco, Cal.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lite, Tire & Marino
Insurance Agents !
How England Mutual Lifo Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Ol' SAN flUNUltiC'O, CALIKOUN1A.
C. BREWER & CO..
G ouoral Mercantile
J. O. Carter., President it Manager
O, II, Knhcruou Tieasurer
K. F. ltlshoi Secretary
W. F. Alien..., Audltoi
Hon. O, It. IlLhop, 8. 0. Alien,
Mohhi'h. King Jii-os. aro
nliowiiifr 11 lluo lino ol Bam
boo and otjior stylo Purlor
I EuhoIh, "Wull Brackets uud
' loraloeH nt price
to HieOt UlO times.