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EVENING nULLBTTN. HONOLULU. H. T.. THI'IISDAY. OCT. 24, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The steamers of this lino will arrlvo ami leatc this port an hereunder:
?nOM SAN FIlANClRCn.
In connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the agents are pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from 8an Francisco to all points In tho United States, and from Now
York by any steamship lino to all European ports.
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Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha
Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or about
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
AMERICA MARU OCT. 0
PEKING T..NOV. 7
GAELIC . . ., NOV. 14
HONGKONG MARU NOV. 2S
CHINA NOV. 30
DORIC DEC. 10
NIPPON MARU DEC. 18
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MOANA NOV. 2.!
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to and coming from school, between
the hours of 7.30 and 9:30 a. ru., and
1 and 2:30 p, m. on regular school
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NIPPON MARU NOV. 2
PERU DEC. 3
COPTIC DEC. 10
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MOANA JAN. 15
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Islands of the group except Kauai.
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KINO STKhET LINE.
ctfiKiv. w.iKiKiior !onit su, 613. t.i a M. , Mmlllnr uliI lime fnlrv tnles his
ml every 11 mlnutet IhmiliM III 1045. 11:11 mJ'"e 'JmUlnr OKI time laipr tales, nil
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v.ii icav k KanK 01 rawt twiicii lor town at
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BERETANlA street and 'UUANU VALLEY,
c.r leive eun.nou Mill, lor Tn it i.junJ irons from Maine to Mexico, has tah
am". y"S4 "6" ' "4eii up his permanent residence In New
C.rile.v. O.hjColle.e loiio.n .mi v.iuwki York Cftt.
6,106 jo .n7.ioA.M .niever) to minute, tin 10 10
runifoi rhi sub". ' " '' "u0,c.,nln,num8 "Mother Goose" and "Father
Cm leiviNuu.nil Vallev nt io 6.. t ua .ni i Goose'1 books for children, in present-
very 10 minute, lliereilter till io so r-.w.
C.I. le.V. Fort .Hi huwn tt,t .... t,,nah,i,
Collet! it 6 os 6 i) .I a H in4 every io minute.
Iter till g 4S P.. Alter tint lhe c.r run M the
St.bl. up to ii soP,M.hkh i, ihelattcir from Town,
reaching the Suble it 1 1 jo p m.
O R. & L. Co.
From and nfter January 1, 1899.
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F C. SMITH. Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Agt.
u. 1. pkniso.n, superintendent
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Dealers In real estate, loans, mort
gages, etc. Agent New Hampshire
Fire Insurance Company.
General Business and Financial Bro
Offices Rooms' 3 and 4, Mclntyre
building.; P. d. Box 26?; Phone
i i i-t i i.i.t.J4'-Ji
; THE 4SBAON'S !-,
New Books I
It would appear thnt tin- last novel
written by tin- late Grant Alb-u Ih his
strongest anil bent work. No less an
niilhoilty than The Dial of Chicago
pionounces "Linnet" as Allen's best
not nl. The New Amsterdam Houk
Compnn announces a new edition of
the storj In paper rovers, r.s the result
of urgent request t for a reaper edi
tion uf the book.
Romance and ndtenturj oro Inge
n ouslt blended In Prank Stvlte's now
Inovnl, "lit-) nnd the Great South Wall."
i which Is soon to In- tailed, by the New
Amsterdam Ilook Company This Is
'said co be the first InManee wherein
i the mysterious Antarctic Continent of
the far Southern Seas figur-s nit thu
'si one uf a work of Action
i Mih. E. Ltnn Linton dedicatee her
novel, "The One Too Many," to "the
Uweet glrlR still left nmong us, who
take no part In the new revolt, Nut are
I content to remain Innocent, dutiful
The memory of Eugene Field Is ever
dear In the hearts of his countrymen.
and upon bis birthday, November I
I next, a number of friends and admlr
ers will assemble In Chicago to ray
i honor to bis name. It is of Interest to
note that a new Eugene Field book
will soon be Issued by the New Am
Hterdnm Ilook Company, the title of
which Is carefully guarded The vol-
,l'' contain a fairy story lor cuii-
"'ri'n written by Mr. Held, and never
before pub iehed Inliook form
Another large edition of The Hen-
,I1K( of ' "" b' Arthur V. March-
i numt. Is now In press.
,,"'' ,,(h" "j. "mstcraam Rook
compan n unique" ol.ume. entitled
"Hasty Pudding Poems," a collection
, llnmlnn,M Bn,i mnuMve verses.
'I nesu poi ms represent all t,ges and
countries and almott, every knowu
piofenidon, and It has taken Mr Blake
i twenty cars to make the collection.
I In his latest novel, "In the House
lor Ills Friends," Colonel Richard Hen
jry Sntnge writes from thu standpoint
of abstract patriotism and from tho
highest lew of what ronrtlt-jtes mil
itary knowledge and military honor.
In a sense, the story Is that of an
American Drejfus, and Is really a
The Home publishing Company an
nounce a new edition of Mr. A. C.
lOunter's startling novel of tne, Boxer
".rising In China. "Tangled nags,'
which ha proven one of the most sue
cessful novels of the year.
I . "The Deacon's Second Wind," a
1 uew novel by A. C. Gunter, deals with
the sturdy life of tho New England
I full., the htory abounding In native hu
mor nnd patnos. Although touching
I on religion, it Is not a rellglouB novel.
Heber K. Daniels In his recent nov
el, "Dol Shaeklli-id." has scored a dls-
1 lliict success. The whole lesson of
the book Is the evolution of human
diaiacter. The heroine devotes her
self to the i generation of a man nnd
to building up anew a human charae
1 ler. It Is n book of heart life, and its
I Uiisdn is that "we are our brother's
I eeper" In the highest sense. There
t 11 tomh of Dickens und a reminder
1ol llalzae In the detailed Bkttchlng of
1 tin- humanity of tbe characters.
I Atehlbald Claverlng Gunter"8 latest
I lint el, "The Deacon's second Wind,"
,la not an athletic romance, as the title
I might Indicate. It denls largely with
'tlie ipieer mentality of ono Deacon Ab
I butt, who, hating been exiled from hU
I New- England farm, takes up his resi
dence In New York City.
Colonel ltlchnrd Henry Savage, the
nutellM, Is now In itussia, gathering
1 material for a new romance. His re
cently published novel, "The King's
'Secret," has reached Its sixth edition.
"American Fairy Tales," a new
book for children published this week
by the George XL Hill Compui.y. -contains
twtlte orlglnnl, humorous stor
'lis. written lit L. Frank Ilaum. While
the author has followed thu plan of
i"rl'H hiv absolutely modura In tnat-
mi uuniiiti' IJ IIIWUVIU ! HI Ul
thit yct'iicH bWDR laid In thu
i ... .i,,h ..... Inxlend .if "inc..
Upon a time.
Ilalph Fletcher Seymour. hus drawn
, re-niarkub y beautilul series or orna-
lueiili.l nuiu'-ir uiiu iiruniubn iui iiiu
"" J-nII book.
'1'a'(:''''".,by '- fmnk
V. W llenslow, t h
w lli.nulnu- in.. innimiM i:nii-nif.i
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nitltt and lllustratoi
'." y., ., ' """'" .,,7JYV."
lu "lather Goose, His Hook." "Hot
. .,.u,... r-...t.. lllu 11.,. If " "11.. I
l" lather Goose, Ills Hook, Hot
nnd Tot In Mem land," and other
popular Juveniles hate mndo him fa
L. 1'rank Ilaum, author of the fa-
' ng au autograph copy to W. W. Denb-
lew. the artlBt, Inscribed the title page
"Dear Den. Within my chiffonier
Are many drawers; yet I ftar
.So drawer there can hope to beat
'lhe pictures that yon drew so neat
For dear old 'Father Goose; His
Unless I'm very much mistook.
"There's better (hlngsf(thls goes to
I In bouio old drawers thitu we know,
Ami eteii I shall draw- In time
A cheek to pay me for my rhyme.
Which protes that both of us can
You with jour paw I with my Jaw,
In tbe United States, In Canada aud
In Great llrltnln that classic slot) of
pioneer iluyx, "Lords of the North,
by A ('. Unit, continues one of the
most popular novels of the year. Ame
lia K. llarr calls It a story of distinct
ive literary ciuallty. Incidentally, Mrs.
Han's novel of old New York days,
"Trlulty llells," Is said to be the most
Instruments Filed for Record Octo
ber 22. 1901.
Wong Kam et al. Wong Leong.C.M
A. K. Pahau W. II. Castle, tr...M.
It. Maka Ah Voung . 1.
C. P. laukea, tr. All Young L.
J. B. Castle II. R. Hitchcock....!!.
Tr. Ann Lldgat. A. K. Pahau.. Ret.
A. F. Ixiw Geo. Osborne .....ltd.
J. A. Mngoon Kelekomn and Aplkl
J. A. Magoon, tr. W. V. Ilotlen
hurt ... : iiC.
Instruments' Filed for Record Oeto
ber 23, 1901.
D. Kahanu et al. S. W. Meheula.
S. W. Meheula II. Kaliaffli, Jr.. I!.
Instruments 'Filed for Record Octo
ber 24, 1901.
V. M. Swanzy T. Clle Datlcs...
Recorded October IS, 1901.
O. K. C. Rooke and wife to K.
Singer; deed; portion II. P. liMr,. Kill.
U77, South street, Honolulu, Oahu;
$1250. Ilook 22:., page 3S4. Dated Oc-
(oiier IS, r.mi.
.1. A. AKIna nun wife to Ogata Tijliom u general uclilllty, brought about
l.uchl et al.; A p. 1, Kill. d17x, Halau
HIM, Walmea, Kauai; Jl.ir.ll. Ilook
22."., page .ISO. Dated October 1", Hint.
S. K. Ka-ne nnd wire to II R.
Berg; deed; portion Grnnt ICCO, Pa
paauhau. Hana, Maul; $186. Ilook 225,
page 3S7. Dated October- 4, 1301.
. F. Allen, by attorney, to II It
Berg; release; portion Grant lfi.'ij. Pn -
p.iniihau, Hana. Miiui: $1 III. Ilook 223
pnge .18R. Dated October 14, lflul.
11. K. Alnpal and wife to W O.
Achl; mortgage; portion H. P. "S, hi absence wns causing Klsle's do
Kill. 27511, Knpalamn, Honolulu, O.ihu; cline to fetd that one short hour of
$::!ii, one ear nt 12 per cut. Book Hbeity would In all probability lie the
22'i, page 470. Dated October 10, 1!I.
Recorded October 19, 1901.
Nahiku Sugar Co.. Ltd.. to Aletun-
iler H Baldwin; agreement; to act as
plantation agents; Jl, term ten earB.
Ilook 22t. page 377. Hated Mnv IE.
Administrator Estnte of Manuel Itn-
rctte et al. to M. .1. Iiotgis: aeri-L-
i ni n ivinur It'ltltll f I 1T IIIUIllll I
on leasehold King and Kaluaopalena
atp.,.,iu ii.n..i..i.. nnu.. .. ...... ..... I
ttllllli 111 Villi .. ...l.lnl " .. 1L
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page Hsi.iial.-il May I. lunu.
Leone Ah Chew to Leone Son! n.
slgnment of lease; Interest in prom-
,. ..... '. . . ('
ises. raaiaaKai. wa u im, claim; 12on,
Book 22S, page 21. Dated October !9
n.rnH.rf n.ikk.. 5i mm
.,v i'liP . 1? .,
Mnr K. Nalllmii to HIhi Mrrruntlit
- . t . . , i
Company. Limited; cliattel mortgage:
liT,.'n,,""'"l' KliT"' """ llHnll:
?nl4.40. payable $20 per month i.t 1
Y-o '"I, .p!'r.m'.'.n.!: .If. 2:,i' I'K ,
L3. Dated April 30. 1901.
'r-r-r-rvT-w-w wns lompuieu wiinoui interruption. A
wiunir ulrls ultwe h., B"ort ,D"' ,ll,,,r "' "BH "H'llriK down
Umlsa M Aleott '" "'"" wl,l,'h l"'1 fr,,m ""' ,l ,(' ",0
to be a.. AnuSican !::"r!''., ''", ,':."1" I"' I- Hot
popular book for
sik cessful days of
r..",.' ...' ..." 'h,.V' ."' 'V" "'
-'I,.. p.. i. ....i...
nent NVw 'York socHy belle! Show !
id..ntlty "is k.,t In dr." I'
rne cjnjt-a i.f Ellinbetb.
wnicn win no iiuiillsneil In n
weeks by .1. F. Tailor & Co. The book
Is said to be a vivid plituro of social
life In New York.
The almost Instant success of "A
Drone and a Ilreamer," Nelson Llod's
American lote utorv. has rn-nteil u re.
Ptuarkahle clCrnanil for his previous
bcok. "Thohronlc l.oaferL" whose de
lightful humor is still fresh In the
minds of thousands of readers.
ilkuH IltCTblnn. tlnln.. n . ...
"lhe Bread Line," scored a distinct ," .?Ti" "1 n..i .v. .. ..
success, has written a new humorous ' ,.Tu r,?J" '" ' lhanp " ,ln"'
story. "The Van llwellers." which Is '', '? """nn"'"" and during such
published this week by .1. F. Taylor & t.lr")ds she mentions your name In
Co. Mr. Paine dedicates his uew book Cf,,",?,l- V,,h"n h,i " co.?8,;lo!.,H Hho
to those unfortunrfte persons .Wn0ln'k "!' J'u.H)lng that th on
Hate Lit p.! in Flats. Who Live n ' d? Hlr" ' 'nMr '8 a v ' her
.a..... i uin-,v,. ..mi. ttui,t- uutt:..
nats. and Who Expcd to Lite In 1
"l.achml Hal." a novel dealing with
the Sepoy Rebellion, by Michael
White, will make Its appearance lu a
I! Are of India, is a strong historical
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l.f.KU.ll.T 1.UWIIIIUIIIK III DllllllllK UUU
"The II V Stores." if Eva Lovctt.
s" by Ft u Lotctt
& Co "The Hilly
ilngly Jold from a
Is announced for Inim
tlpn by J. F. Taylor
Stories" are chnrmliiL-lv Inl.l rr..m n
bo's point of tlew. "lllll" describes
his eperlences as a pirate, as an au
thor, a Hough Itider ami In other
1 ili und m
OF THE TOM
The Wisconsin classes as a seago
ing coast line battleship. She Is 3CS
feet lu length. Ti fiet 2 Inches beam
ami 23 feet G Inches mean draft. Her
displacement Is U.uli.V tons and ber
net tonnage 51 1 1.65. The ship Is
equipped with twin screws and triple
expansion engines, with an Indicated
horsepower of over 10,1)00. Her con
tract speed wuu to be 16 knots, but
this was bcuten by from 10 to 121
per cent upon seu trials other than
There are two barbette turrets,
euch eontuluiug (wo 13 Inch rifles, nnd
two military musts. The uiuln bat
tery consists of four 13 Inch guns In
turrets and fourteen 6 Inch rupld tire
guns mounted In broudsfdu liatterlea-
In the sceohdart battery aie sixteen
6-pounder rapid "fires, four 1-pounder
rapid-fire guns, four Colts and two 3
Inch field pieces. The vessel Is
equipped with four Whitehead tor
pedo tubes in addition.
Of the armor the sides Is sixteen
and one-half Inches and the bottom
nine anil one-half Inches, the water
line being thirteen and threo fourths
Inches, there being about IL'.COb cubic
it ei or corn pun oniuraung matter.
The keel uf the vessel was laid at the
Union Iron Works on February 9th.
1897, and the vessel completed last
The vessel's complement Includes
forty officers and JS0 men,
"How smoothly the seasons come
and go!" said Mrs. Bnaggs.
"Especially when summer merges
Into fall," added Mr. Huaggs.
"Why especially then?"
"The process Is autumn atlc."
for TCH DOLLARS.
1 liotlbimU li 11 1- l.-rn 1 meil
At tlu-ir mt 11 liimu 4 lur II111
euiAll li!l I rmlr.t if.
velitloiii-t II11. Vile mmu
itynnlioiiirtul 10 II .nil--tilrt-..
Nnl.i rllilr..Ni lei
the wort Inve.tiintle
'BMll.tVI1 flTinn fill! Inforiii.tlnn iih.lVl.liiiiimli
IteWonre-elplll,' .l.liM'Hmtltil.ailrt. C iilliT.,1 In-
uuiiic Tim ca " "' "'-' ua f itinsca
fortnight. Mr. White was formerly ",,,., , ,V ?"""'" '" ""..,,.-,
an officer In the Urltlsh Army, and !f ,"K '' ''! tha tliere was every
was a schoolmate of lludard Kipling L'1""u." ,r J " '"'"B retaken In the
His new story, which tells of the a-' m,'1'!;n,m?; ,'".'. !1'1 II' come." ho
m.,- ..r rnn,,...u -., i. 1 Slid, sullenly; "when once I hnve held
HIS WIFE J
f'No. 17 sat In his cell white and de
rpalrlng. He had endured two years
or prison life uncomplainingly, cheer
ed li) the knowledge that ho was Inno
cent of the crime with which he had
been charged and also cheered by tho
visits of his sweet-fneed wife Elsie,
who came regular,!)- to the Jail as often
au the cast-Iron regulations of the es
tablishment would permit. Hut of late
Elsie's visits had ceased, and today
tne mm let knew tho reasou for their
cessation, hho was ill very III and
the letter from her sister which lay In
hit. hands told him that the doctors
feared the worst. Tnls Is how the
"Dear Arthur: I have some rather
mil tidings to give jou, but we must
bet li be brnve nnd hope for the best.
Poor Elsie Is dangerously III. and
though all that we could possibly do
has been done, the medical man holds
out small hope of ber ultimate rerov
eiy. Ho states that she Is suffering
fi um mi particular Illness, but slmnly
by fretting over our absence. If only
you loiiKi nunc in ner It woutu proli
nlily be the means of snvlng ner life;
but, nlns! that Is Impossible. Good
b)o, and ('mil biess J nil. KA'i E.
"Your loving sister-in-law. '
Arthur Desparde was no coward-
no weakling. 'I he liumlllntiou nnd suf
j feting of penal servitude he had liornn
'Hke a man, but those few simple words
bowed his head to earth and brought
the salt tears to ills eyes. To feel tha.
imans of preserving her, uml to
know at the same time that the prison
walls stood between him ami her to
feel and knhw all -this would -hnvo
maddened any man. The feeling nnd
the knowledge maddened Arthur Des
"I will go to ber,' he muttered,
hoarsely, "ennui what may! Let them
I retako me ailerward- let them servo
""',". '"m i
nnu I Will.
III but go to her 1 must.
A fll.. Inv ul l,lu r.,.,1 II.. I.n.l r. ....
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.". "" ""' i" iiv uw in
,?".1y1a" ,"",' "!' "":', "V01"" V ln '!u
f Ifitlllllir lidllid III.. Hint unit,,, ,1m- hn
,,.' "" .-'""..""' "
wight, require Is aid. Climbing the
narrow -wall of Ills coll, he dlscovereu
uml ,,lu sol"" winuow inereoi wai
p,,arl,',l m'r"ly b-two '"'" h nf
m...ttM. ti.i1,i)t...uu tt'ii.n..t .. i
in' 'iiiiiii ii i niivirr'. itiiiiwin till (U
slant's hesltr.'lon he proceeded to fll
tbese hurs. hoping with ardent hop
l(iat no warder might Intervene to
Blirnplly terminate his labors.
p,.ri,m f,..,.,.i i,i. n...i .i. ,. ,
Inas tompUted without Interruntlon. A
the M'rd was but the work of an In
i.n (T,"r'? "' "" P-
l! ! 1 ,! S!!",
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. -.... .......
"Arthur! Is it possible It can bo
you? How eter bate oil contrived
i'i come here?"
It was Elsie's sister who spoke, aud
3I111 stood, fully dressed. In the door
way, scanning tho escaped eontlct's
features with amazement.
"Yes. It Is I, nnd you shall ln-nr afi
ciward how I managed to make good
my nigni. nut tell me first of all
. ... .-
' ..Ti,?L .
Thank heaven," said he. In a low
tone, "that she Is still alive. I am not
Then he explained to the wondering
1 HV'"K '". m "Irmb i".11.".1" a,lui
clieered her sickness. I cine lttio what
..... .1 i. .... ...
happ ens. And now It will be well for
' ' ,0 le" nvr ' nm n,'ro! ,,llt break
I U'?,"UWf '" ''T ,;ai1,!u.l!'.a,, ,m ,-an'"
nodded, and IF.t the room on
" - ,!:r",,.ir, "".rr.!,,rf"' "
.. " "" ,l" "" '"" '"',u ""l ur,iih
"l'e- iTesenny slin returned, her
cs swimming with tears
"She knows all, Arthur, and Is walt
ng ror ou. Pray God that jour com.
ng may win her back to life "
"Amen!" said the convict, huskily.
m ne weni siowiy up me stairs to
.vard his wife's chamber.
She lay very white and very still.
but there came a warm glow of Joy
upon her faded cheek as he entered.
-ne put nut her thin hand to him. and
a moment later they were clasped In
each other's arms. ,
"I knew you would come to me. rnv
darling," sbu sobbed, "for I have pray,
e I day and night that I might sen you
once more and heat en Iihh heard my
prayer. Oh, Arthur, dear, dear Arthur,
llfo has been very hard without you
without your love.' '
"Poor girl. Only too well can I real
Ire what you hato felt knowing what
have endured myself. Hut,
come. Let us talk of other things.
You have been 111, they tell me, very
"Yes, for I wanted )ou. Now that
you are nere I shall soon be well.
A terrible pang bh veretl through the
convict's soul. How was he to tell her
thu truth! How was ho to tell her
that before many hours bad passed he
would In all likelihood be taken back
to prison, to he sepaiated from her
once more? He could not bring him
sell to confide to her the cruel truth,
and he resolved to let her remain In
Ignorance or his peril. l' rchanco she
believed that he had been released;
ie would not deceive her.
All through the long night huaband
nnd wife went on talking In low, con
fiding tones, happy In each other's so
ciety, desiring no other Joy on earth.
Through the long night they remained
with hands clasped, all In all one to
the other. Then morning came and
Kate entered. She whispered gently
"Thu doctor Is here nnd he must not
see you. Come away for a few mln
Kissing his wife, and telling her h
notiiu return soon, ine young man quit-
ted the apartment, 'tnu doctor enter-
ed. with a cheering "Good morning.
Well, how do on find yourself today,
Mrs. Desparde?" he naked brlekly.
"Much, much better, doctor," she r-
piled, gratefully; "In fact. I think I
sunn soon tio on our liunds."
-iirnvii, eneu iiiu goon nuiurru pny-
sli Inn, as he lelt the patient's pulse,
"Do you know, my dtar madam. I be-
llevo that our prculctlun Is about cor-
net. .our pulse has gone up must
wonilorfiilly, and already our ejes
seem stronger moro iieuitny. My
physic Is doing wondorB."
nut It was not tho physic that had
wrought this mighty change In tho
"IM hftu. hu lutil iifiiipliil t.i i....mi.j.
HERE'S TO MEN OF MIGHT
HERE'S TO YOUTH WITH ALL ITS JOYS.
HERE'S TO HAPPINESS AND HEALTH.
HERE'S TO NATURE'S REMEDY.
r ! a Bfc.j-.i-s.
m VuaaMaalaiaBV VV 1BP- "
, ... iEK ,MS". CAN.,BE. CURE0 Tl ffeits of Illness can be
removed.the full strength of nerves and muscle s lan be restored
and the old tlm audsnap be fell once more.
DR. MCLAUGHLIN'S ELECTRIC BELT.
I'nlike ntijtblng that h.ii eter been sold before. Not "as goal"
but neiter, stronger, more dil.-abl' more pleasant to use. than any
ntlur eleitrie body appllanc on earth. It restores hialth by punn
ing it gent strtam of electricity Into the weiia parts while vm
sleep. It gives n current whkli joii feel an the time, but it ne'ter
burns or blisters ns do the nldstle bells, it lias a pern-ct reguln
tor and my spi-ilnl cushion eteitrodes.
M licit cures all pain .ind weakness In from .1" to ft das.
tall nnd see It or write todii) for my iMUiitlfiillt Inustiated i paga
" "" " M"i'ij linings ior sick
A. T. HAGBNKAMP. Mnninjer.
Invalid. It was the presenie of a cer-
tain figure, clothed In tlm gloomy gray
tnat marks the garU of her ,Mnest s
prisons. It wns the presence of that
figure and the sound of bis tolco that
hnil changed Elsie Desparde from a
dying woman into one In whom thu
will and tin- nlilllt to lite were now'
The doctor took his leave after n
snort Intertill, promising to look In on
th following day. Then Arthur waa
allow 11I to return to the sick room, nnd
once more ne took up his position bo
sun- his wire. Toward noon Kata en
tered the apartment, trembled violent
ly. Controlling her tolco with an ef
fort, so as not to alarm her sister, sbu
Arthur, will jou come outside for
B moment?. I want to speak to Jou."
Arthur IK-sparde guessed what It
was that the white-faced girl had to
communlinte. Ho klsseu his wife very
tenderly, and then turned toward thu
"The hate come for me. hato tbey
not?" he asked, in a whisper, ag hu
followed her out of the room.
tes. They aro In the parlor. I beg'
K-d them to behave very quietly, a
mere was illness in the nouse. 0. nI11 unl(, a,,anced from ft.25
"Lisle must not know that 1 batol0 (l0o nnil ni000 per acrP,
been retaken until she is ipiltd strong 1 WJ(.U Ulu ,,adno Unlon ou Com.
enough to b.ar the nowH-iiutll. In lpany IlnH mlm,,cr of pro(iuclng welts
fnit, her health is restored. Promise!, ; ,. ..,.,.. .;i ,mi i,
me tnat she shall not know." D ltH Pr" 'rt; v"ockw,1' av,c
...... tint twin,, utinu- rnr nen n trrcnter an
ile wrung ner nanu, raiseu it to 111a
lips, and then went downstairs with
firm steps A warder In uniform stood,
In the sitting room, and another per i " " """ "ilu' "
Mm was beside him. It wns the gov no salaried officers, und Is controlled
ernor of the Jail, and with swiftly li well known gentlemen of Integrity,
bintlng heart thu coutlit wondeied who will see that tho money dorlted
wii) thin ofllclal bad tome to thu from the sale of stock will bo legltl
biiuse. It was not usual for the.gov ,matel applied to tho development ot
einor or a prixou fo uuompauy his
warders 011 suih a mission as tbe n
(upturn of a runaway coot let.
"Gentlemen," he cried In a low
voice, "I surrender myself to you free
ly I have only one ic.jiwst to make.
Let me Im taken away quietly, so that
my wife, who lies 111 upstairs, may not
know of my departure."
The got ernor smiled.
"No. 17," he said, gently. "It Is ier-
lainly my duty fo hate you taken back
to the jail, hut ut the same time It is
my duty also to give ou some tery
Theie was a pause. Hesparde stood
rooted to the floor, his eyes on Are.
thu news that the imVHnmr hn.l ciimu
to communicate? IWVrr,mr I",,, t"""'
What was coming next? What was
"My tiding"." continued the latter.
are simply these; A man named
rr son died last nl It In ""lr d,n," ,""' authenticate.! and
iLr,'.. 1... ! In LiS."h " touchers. If anyv exist.
".iiJ i'j T , L?, T0y ' If 'll ' xec-urtHl by mort
the chnplaln and made n ...i .......... ... ..... i.. .
JrTw, t"h' ",n,l'r" ,hM V'" for,
pry for which jou were loiii. nm.-.l
.i.? "''' ?.,.!' y""': :,,""' . .m.:
Dilute wns gamy, 1 ue toiiitssiou was
pill iij n' Mil llU'nn.'lipi'l III me sei.rij-
tary of state for the home department
with the result that a telegram reacu
ed me two hours ago authorizing your
release as soon as the tu-ccsxniy pa
pers can lie made out. Vui will re
turn with me to the Jail, but not ns a
prisoner -and I think you may take It
from me that before the week Is out
you will be a frte man."
Thun 1 aire.' jlninle .KI..1 .. ..n..ea
teouslv the white-haired irotcriiiir held
out his hand, and Desparde grasped hate the same by appljlng to Hono
It with a mighty grip of gratitude, lulu Hrewlng Co., Queen strtet. Ho
wune irom nis nps mere came tho
at last thank God-
Three days later there arrived at tho
fall an Importantlooklng tloounient
bearing at the tup the magic letters.
i"V. H." and beneath those letters it
' was written that hei Malt-sty lis.)
Deen pleasetj to grant a free pardon to I
Arthur Despnidu from that day for-'
'ward. Ami within a little space he.
'who had hem know 11 us "No. 17" stood
once more upon the threshold of his1
Kate met him at tho door u smll.i '
; upon her bunny face. "Klsle has luurd
all, she salil, gently
"mill she Is
nearly well. The gooil nuws has saved
her llfo. She Is asking for nu at this
Desparde waited to hear no mure. I
An Instant later Klsle's fate was
1 pressed 1 lose to his own. und husband
.ind wlfu were reunited after their
"God has been very good to me,"
When n mn baa
truth to to'l be finds
no end of hesruix
When his story Is
a gladsome ono nnd
he is able to b,lng
news of hialtU and
strength to those
who are weak aid
broken down ho
finds mtllloi's ready
to listen. Sucu is
my story; it Is full
of truth and over
Mowing witli tidings
of new strength and
life for the sick and
people. Hem tree.
702 Alarkct Ht.
Hun l:rnn., Cnl.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Vallev. and
easy access to
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
slie whispered through her sobs, "and
He hns given ou back to me."
"tes, said Desparde, gently "to
remain together till death shall part
Us" Til lilts,
PACIFIC UNION OIL CO.
Located In the Famous Coallnga Oil
Fields of California.
1'roteii oil Innds, completely sur
rounded by us rich oil producing wells
as there are In thu Statu, yielding front
50 to 250 barrels per day.
Contract prices Tor oil at tho Coal
lnga wells. 70 cents per barrel.
With twenty-tlte producing wells ot
1U0 barrels each per day, you can
make your owu calculation'' as (o
Tbe nil Industry of California la In
its Infancy, yet many fortunes have
been made by judicious and lucky In
testments In oil stock. Many mora
will be made In the near future.
Tho nteragc ndvanco on original
galea of oil stock In twenty leading
companies In California has been
fro,,, fl to IIOS per share,
" - - ,, , . r :. 7. .
vatice as some oil stock has adtanced
'ru' J '" ,;B,n c-eridinro.
For further Information, apply to J.
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Urokers. nnd Hawaiian agents for the
sale of a limited amount of Pacific
Union Oil Company stock. Stangea
wald liuitdlug, Merchant street.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned hating been ap
pointed admltilMrutor of the estnte ot
' HergStrOlll. dfCcnM'll. lattl of Ho-
noluliu Territory of Hawaii, notice Is
m-r.-irj Kl'.il ill nil i.-iriiii imiuiF
claims against said estate to present
iVu, iindtled 7 Mediant' stVeeL
,,, wltlln hlx ;) monilM trom
tU date he.eof. ,,r they will be for
Oct. 17. 24,31; Nov. 1.8.
80IL FREE OF CHARQE.
Allouo needing soil or tilling can
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
I MM watchmen furnished for build-
lugs, business property and residences,
linll,l.,ra ulll Hn u..,n .,. . ,.i,t. sin-.
,. i ....,i , .,...,
VT '" Katd to wa'rhm')n-
All persons on lug the Honolulu
Mluck-Jlllils Co. Ltd,, ure requested
,0 "1,iK" Immediate panient at their
"M1'"' KUlK "'"'V1.' ., .. ... v,
I J'tn- r. MOKIIA.N.
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lllank books of all description de-
signed and made at the nfKNlNG
IIIILLKTIN'S Job Office.