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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU H. I., NOVEMBER 25, 1899.
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MARTIN DOOLEY A TRAITOR
lhb Sthtlments on
Across the Sea.
Mick And Ctamteilitn-DMUy 1!) Ml Ex
pansionist -The BatllefUld, Camp
"I till ye, Wr.rlwj " bhM Mi. Doo
ley. "jo can't ilo xh' Kngllan-speaUIn'
people . Oursilvc: ra' th' hands ncrost
th sea ar-ro i" "' teachln' th' ho
nlghtcd Luthcry&n ra' other haythln
that as n race wu'io or.vlnclulo an' on
catchaule. Th Anglo-oascu rico meet
ln's now Botn' on In th 1'hHlppcens an'
South Atriia oush.. t) con-.u.v anuy
wan that, give 3 a filr atart, an wo
can bate th' wutruld to a tlllygraft
"Th' war our couainj bo f!lr Thomnn
Llpton Is prosecul''!', sa llogcn znys,
again' th' foul but r.;on--' S n Is
doln' more than tlirt. Z'.'t si I.'' uk n
common war llt'ir-r'-ir- I vuddent
bcllcTO at first, whin I j-rcad til olb
patches In th' pi-npors, that mo frlnd
(lln'rnl Otis wasn't In South Atuca. It
was on'y whin I see another chapter iv
his Justly clllybrntcd accryal stury In
tltlcd 'Th' Capture Iv Pornc,- that I
know ho had nn Imitator In th' mother
counthry. An', bo hlvlnsl I lllco th'
English la-ad's stylo almost as well as
our own gr-rcat artist's Mehbo 'tis,
as th' pa-apcrs say, that Otis has writ
hlmstlf out. Annyhow, th' his' chap
ter Isn't thrlllln'. Ho says, 'Tods In
ar-rmy undher my command fell upon
th Inlmy with gr-rcat slaughter an'
seized th' Important town of J'orac
which I have mlntloucd befuro, but,'
he says, 'wo ar-ro fortunately now safe
In Manila.' Ye see, ho doesn't keep up
th' Inthercst to th' end. Th' English
poto does betther. )
" 'Las' night at eight o'clock.' ho
says, 'wo "oil- ! om ila&t'.hcr but In
thrcpld ar-rmy surrounded by wan
hundhred thousan' Uo;ra,' ho sayp.
'Wo attackted thlm with gr-rcat fury,'
ho Bays, 'pursuln' thlm up th' almost
Inaccessible mountain side nn' captur
In' eight guns, which wo didn't int,
so we give thlm back to thlm, with slv
cral lv our own, ho says. 'Th Iilsb
rlg'mlnts,' ho says 'th' Kerry nines,
th 'Land Leaguers' Own, an' th' DnVIn
Pets commanded bo th pop'lar Irish
sojer GIn'ral Sir I'onsonby Tompkliw,
wlnt into buttle, singlu' their well
known naytlonal anthem "Mrs. Inne
ry Awklns Is n Fust-class Namo." Th'
Boers retreated,' ho eays, 'pursued bo
th Davltt Terrors, who cut tlmlr way
through ih' fuglthis with nrul
slaughter,' ho says. 'Thoy have now,'
ho says,1 'ptnethrated as far as Preto
ria,' he says, 'th' ollltes arrlvln' In
first-class cmt,')- nn' th' men In
lumcka,' ho sayu, 'an' ar-ro camped In
th' bottln'-shei', wiser they ar-ro af
forded Ivry nttlntlon bo th' vanquished
Inlmy,' ho cays. "As IT us. ha says
'wo dtcldc'., cftln'r th vl (m t (o Uht
out t'r Lad j am lj,' ho buys. Hi inl
my iod similar Intlntlons.' ho bay,
'but iblrs tikULniB been vastly ciwr
rateil; ho (ays, 'wo bato thlm, ho says,
-'we bato thlm bo tlilrtyimilts.' ii
"That's whore wo'ro sthrong, Ulnnls
sy. Wo may get Hckod on th' battle
field, wo may Ikj cltmbln' thres In th'
Phlllppccns "ith arrows stlcklu' In us
like quills, as Uogan says, luto th' fret
ful porcupine, or wo mny bo doln' a
mllo In five mlnyHs Hat down th pil.o
that leads to CnpotTown, pursued bo th'
lesiJ' fleet hut moro Ignorant Uoers, iiolt-
!' u&wlth guns fH lv goold nn' 1)1
blearbut In th' pages lv hlsthry that
our chlldhren nnrt wp? nlvcr turned
lracl$ oil e'er an lnliny. Wo mal o our
own gloryous pages on th' battle-field,
In th' camp, an' In th' cab'uet meetlu.' "
"Well, 'tis all r-rl5l.1t f'r ye to be Jok
ln'," said Mr. Hennessy, "but there's
manntf u biuo fellow down tlie.c tint
lt'sjno Joko to."
i'Thruo, f'r yo," wild Mr. Dooley. "an'
that's why I wisht It cud ho fixed up
k th' men that stnrts th' wrrs could
doth fightin' Th' troublo is that all
, th' preliminaries is arranged bo match
4 makers, au' all they's loft f'r flghtrns Ih
'to do th' fightln' A man's got u good
Job at homo, au ho wartls to make it
stronger. How can hd do it' Dy
throwln' out Borne vun that's go nn
nkclly good Job down th' sthri'pt. No'
ho don't go over, ns I wild, on' sr.v,
'Here, Schwartzraelhtcr (or Krugcj, aa
th' cuso might bo), I don't like ye a
appearance; yo mudo a monkey iv ran
In argaymlnt hefuio th' neighborhood,
an' If ye contlnyuo In business yo'll
hurt mo trade, so hero goes to move
yo into th' Bihreet.' Not that la-ad. Ho
gets a crowd around him, an' says he:
" 'Kjtigcr (or Schwartzmclster, as th'
c&so why b") Is no good. To begin
with, hVa u Dutumun. If that aln'i
enough, ho's a cantln', hymn-singln
murdhrous wretch that wuddont lavo
wan lv our counthrymen nto a squaro
inol If be had his way. I'll giro ye
nil two dollars a week If yo'll go over
an desthroy him.' An' th' other la-ad,
what docs ho do? Ho calls In th'
neighbors, an' says ho: 'Dooley Is
Rlndln' down n gang lv savages to mur
"Ucr me. Do yo lavo your wurrk an'
yo'cr families an' rally nr-round me,
nn' whero yo sco mo plug hat wavo do
yo go In th' other direction,' ho says,
'an' slay th' brutal Inlmy,' ho says. An'
oft goes th' sojers, an' they meet a lot
lv la-ads that looks like thlmsllves nn'
makes sounds that's moro or less hu
mnn'nn' ntcs out Iv plntca, an' they
swap smokln'-tobacco nn' sings songs
together, an' th' next day thcy'er up
early Jabbing holes In each other with
long cold baynlts. An' whin It's all
dver the's mo an' Chamberlnln at homo
vlctoryous, an' ICrugcr nn' Schwartz
mclster at homo akclly vlctoryous. An'
they mako mo prime minister or nl
dherman, but whin I want a man to
put In mo coal I don't tnko one with
n wooden leg.
"I'll rilver go down again to sco so
jers go oft to th war. But yo'll sco
mo at th' depot with n brass band whin
th' men that causes wars starts f'r th'
sceno lv carnage. Whin Congress goes
forth to th sun-kissed an. raln-Jooled
Isles In tho Passyflc, no moro heartier
cheer will bo heard thin th' wan or two
that rises fr'm th' bosom lv Martin
Dooley. Says I, give thlm th' chanst
to make hlsthry, an lavo th' young
men como homo an' mako car wheels.
If Chamberlain likes war so much, 'tis
him that ought to bo d-wn thero In
South Africa, pcltta', o or th' road,
with ol' Krugcr chasS' him with a hoe.
Th man that likes fightln ought to bo
wlllln' to turn In nn' spell his fellow
counthrymen hlmsllf. An' I'd aven go
this far an' say that If Mack wants to
subjoo th dam Phlllppeens "
"Yo'ro a thraltor." said Mr. Hen
"I know It," said, Mr. Dooley, com
placently. "Yo'er an antl-oxpanslonlst."
"If yo say that again," cried Doo
ley, nngrlly, "I'll smash yo'er head."
P. P. Dunne In Harpers Weekly.
RECORD BREAKING WAGB8.
Chicago, Nov. 13. Beginning Jan
uary 1st next steol rail workers In tho
South Chicago mills of the Illinois
Steel Company will receive record
breaking wages. Owing to tho In
creased price of the finished product,
tho men some 300 In number, will bo
ablo to earn from (ISO to $300 a month.
This unusual condition Is duo to tho
fact that tho company failed to read-
Just tho sliding scalo of wages last
June, and under the contracts the new
scalo cannot bo arranged before Juno
1, 1900, and cannot go Into effect for
ax months after that date. Tho slid
ing scale, as arranged ,1s based upon a
minimum prico tor steel rails of $18
per ton and a maximum of $34. At the
minimum figuro tho workers earn be
tween $75 and $150 a month.
Tho company now has contracts for
500,000 tons of steel rails at $35 a ton,
and work will begin upon theso con
tracts on Jnnuary 1st. Tho workmen
will accordingly havo to bo paid at tho
maximum rato of $34, which no ono
over dreamed would bo reached when
tho sliding scale was arranged. Thoro
Is great rejoicing among tho workmen,
who expect tho company will stand by
the scalo and pay wages which havo
never beforo been approaebpd In tho
making of steel tails.
Tho men arc'-now running out 1400
tops of (flnjslu1 rails dally, which rate
will soon' clear up tho back orders and
land them nt tho high-water wago
arl W. C. Davis, vlco president of
tho Amalgamated Association of Iron,
Tin nnd Steel Workers, says tho near
est approaoh to tho wages which will
be paid was In 1892, when tho price of
steel rails reached $29.
Mother's comfort. Father's delight.
God's dearest earthly gift to man.
What a happy sight; tho healthy, ro
bust tlgorous, rollicking, always tho
same baby. What a sad sight; tho
puny, bluo and palo, restless, crying
baby. Nino out of ten times tho child
Is troubled with worms. It shows It
In convulsions, spasms, colic. And ton
times out of ten Klckapoo Indian
Worm Killer will drlvo out tho
posky life-eating worms. It in na
tuio's roniedy and ns tho healthy
child Is tho natural child, It must
iniko tho sickly child healthy. Tho
Indians living closo to naturo, dis
covered tho remedy. For v centuries
thoy used 'It to mako their babies
rugged, powerful, feailess. What It
has dono for tho child of tho forest
It will do for tho child p( the civiliz
ed cure. That Is what U has been
doing for years. You can get It of
your druggist for 25 cents. Bo sure
and got the genuine. Tho child's life
is too precious to trlllo with worth
less substitutes. Hobron Drug Co.,
ngentt for tho Klckapoo Indian Kerne
dies. " Two bits" and a BULLETIN
coupon buys a copyjjof On To Ma
Is tho characteristic of Hood's Sarsnpa
rllln, and It Is manifested every day In tho
remarkable, cures this medicine, accom
plishes. Druggists say: When wo sell a
bottle, ol Hood's Sarsaparllla to a now
customer w o aro sure to see him back in a
fow weeks after moro proving that tho
good results from a trial bottlo warrant
continuing its use. This posltlvo morlt
possesses by virtue of tho Peculiar Com
bination, Proportion nnd Process used In
Its preparation, nnd by wlilck all the
remedial valuo of tho Ingredients used
Is retained, Hood's Sarsaparllla Is thus'
Peculiar to Itself and absolutely un
equalled In Its powers as a blood purifier,
and as n tonlo for building up tho weak
and weary, and giving strength to tho
nerves. Ilo suro to get
Hood V Sarsaparilla
Sold by all druggists, ft; six for 6. Pre
pared only by C. I. Hood & Co., Apothe
caries, Lowell, Mass.
HnniVc Dill.- are the only plllMo take
IVUU iJ M IIIJ W
I tli Hood's Sarsaparllla.
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is scrupulously .clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5e. Cigar
To bo had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
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:: End of Car LineJ
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Wines of all brands of tho host quality.
Tho only Ucousod establishment In
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Persons wishing to obtain boaio At
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Terms, 110 per week.
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