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EVENING BULLETIN. HONpLULU. H. T., MONDAY,' DEC. 9. 1901
8urgons, Physicians and Dentists.
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fice from 708 Fort street to 343 King
itreet, next to Opera Hoiue.
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Office Tel. White 1371.
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"Mike," said Plodding Pete, "deso
'help wanted' columns In do paper is
a great assistance, ain't dey?"
"What good do doy do you?"
"Dey shows a wholo lot o' places
you better keep away from fur fear
o' beln' offered work." Washington
Mayer The English can't beat us at
any game, not oven at golf.
Lewis Golf Isn't a game; It's a disease.
TO THE BITTER END
Our regiment was encamped In tho
squalid, obscura vlllago of Ynllns,
close to the frontier ot Austria. Break
fnst was over, and o onlcers were
tiilklng nnd laughing before the serious
work of the day. A little way off,
apart from the others, sat Lieutenant
Platel, moodily watching us. This was
a tall, strongly built man, with a sal
low face and restless eyes, whose cold
character repelled trlcndshlp without
inspiring respect. We neither feared
nor loved him; wo were simply Inillf
"By the bye," sold he. suddenly turn
ing toward one of his neighbors, "can
you tell me what the colonel was dis
cussing with you this morning?"
"A new officer Is coming in piacn ot
our present captain, who goes else
where." "Did you hear his name?"
"Broc. He was formerly a lieuten
ant In the Ononis."
"Indeed I" exclaimed Platel. "Is that
the omcer who Is engaged to Mile. Lli-
cle, of the chateau vender?
"Yes. I was not aware that you
knew him. Ho only nrrlved yesterday,
and 1 was presented to him at the
colonel's house. He is anxious to
make your ncaualntonce. gentlemen.
and I have accordingly Invited him to
come over nt once. And that reminds
me, lieutenant," he continued, address
ing mo, "that you nnd ho wcro In the
same regiment some five years ago."
"It is true," I answered; "I remem
ber him well. He was then a brave,
handsome youth, of a rather fiery, tem
per, but a general favorite for all
Platel broke In upon mo with a con
Aha," said be, "your friend will bo
welcome; but he must be careful of
that fiery temper, or I shall be obliged
to cool It.
A silence ensued, which was broken
by nn orderly announcing:
t "Captain Broc."
The captain himself stood In the
doorway, and bowed to tho company.
Slim, slight, falr-complexloned, with a
countenance open as a summer day, ho
looked the very Ideal of a cavalry of
ficer. "Qentlemen," Bald he, advancing. "I
am proud and happy to have Joined
your regiment." He bowed again, and,
seeing me, held out his band. "What,
you, lieutenant I You have not forgot
ten me, I hope?"
As he smilingly uttered theso words,
Platel stalked slowly up to him.
"I am told you practice shooting
pistol shooting, too?" said he. In Buch
a strange voice that we stared at him
"It Is my custom for an hour every
morning," the captain answered curtly,
after a slight pause.
"You must be very fond of that
amusement," returned tho other, with
a perceptible sneer. "In my opinion
such shooting Is only another way ot
Captain Broc seemed even paler
than usual; but he quietly replied:
"I think, sir, that you are wrong in
counting it as lost timo to learn to
shoot with a pistol; In garrison llfo
an Imprudent word often leads to a
hostile meeting, unless the knowlcdgo
mat. one is a goou snot inspires respect
among Indiscreet persons who persist
in asking stupid questions."
"Surely that Is no reason, captain.
In duels, as In everything elso, some
thing should be left to chance. I will
try to make my explanation clear,
Every one knows there are certain
players who, while shuffling the pack,
adroitly abstract the winning card.
Now, I Bee no difference between the
man who robs his neighbor of his mon
ey and the man who robs him of hi
"Enough, sir!" said Broc. "Your
Bpeech is an Impertinence, and, for
my part," turning to me. "I must bee
my frlond Lieutenant Victor to termi
nate the affair with you In the only fit
"So be It," rejoined Platel. "How
eer, since you practice shooting ev
ery day, and I do not, I shall claim
the right to equalize the chances. Tho
lieutenant and I will settle details."
Ho bowed and went out.
Not a word bad been spoken by any
one during this altercation, but as
soon as Platel disappeared, Major Cle
ment, an old officer, appealed to us all,
"Wo can not let them fight, gentle
men." said ho.
The captain touched him gently on
"I am c newcomer, remember, ma
Jor none of you know me, and It is
impossible for me to let this quarrel
pass. I do not know what I have
done to annoy the sub-lieutenant, but
It Is evident he has a grudge against
"The truth Ib, ho Is an admirer, to
say tho least, of Mllo. Luclo. Jeal
"So! Well, there Is no moro to bo
said." returned Broc.
"You will let us know tho hour and
the rendezvous?" cried Beveral voices.
"Certainly, gentlemen. Come and
bid one of us n last farewell."
Wo all parted nt tho door, every of
ficer In turn shaking hands with Cap
tnln Broe as with an old friend.
Platel was waiting for mo when 1
nrrlved at his house.
"Here are my conditions," he said,
with formal civility. "Two sabers to
bo driven Into the ground at one pace
apart; I and my opponent to be placed
behind each sabci, with arm extended
nt full length, and to (Ire at the word
Three.' Only one pistol will be load
ed." "Ta, ta. my dear sir; I do not offer
me captain a victim, but an adversary
we win tight as I propose, or I will
not fight at all, and In that eventuality
I shall prove that Captain Broc is only
brave when suro of his own safety."
I knew that my friend would Insist
on my accepting any and every condi
tion, and that It would be useless to
consult any further. None tho lean. 1
tried to minimize tho danger by sug
gesting that there should ho a greater
instance uetween mo combatants, and
i went obck to mo captain with a
heart as honvy as lead. He put down
tho book which ho was reading as 1
entered. I told him what had passod
in uij- uu'irviuw wnn i'latei.
When I had ended, his face chang
ed; he drew his hand across his fore.
head, and his eyes glistened with fov-
uuueniy me ooor opened, and a
woman, wrapped n a one mantle.
with tho hood drawn over her face,
stolo swiftly and quietly In. Sho throw
back her hood, and I recognized Mile.
Broc sprang forward to greel hir.
"What has happened?" ho cried
"Why aro you hvo?"
"Why am I here, do you asl. me that,
when this day li perhaps tho last ot
your llfo Why am 1 Here 7 To say
adieu; It Is only three hours since 1
bow you, and you ncvor told me!"
She broke down BobDlng, nnd could
say no more.
I got up to leave tho room.
"Stny, sir,' sho said, struggling with
her emotion. "One of your soldiers,
thu brother of my maid, called on her
a little white back and Bald it was
rnmnroil In the reelmcnt that Lleuten
ant Platel nnd Albert had quarreled
and mischief would eertnlnly follow. I
heard and came at once." She paus
ed, and stretched out her arms implor
ingly. "Albert, I pray, I command, you
not to fight this duel. You will not
end two lives thus! Your llfo be
longs to me It is no longer yours,
inn will not do this I"
"Lucie, Lucie, do not torturo mo!
Can 1 refuse to flghtl I should bo dis
honoredlost, It 1 could net bo cow
ardly. Shame would kill me, not the
pistol of Platel."
1 came forward; 1 took her hand nnd
rnlsed It respectfully to my lips
"Heaven knows how gladly I would
sparo you any sorrow, mademoiselle,
I said In a trembling voice, "butjrtl
bert Is bo situated that the duel Is ab
She had fallen Into a chair, from
which sho now rose, pale as a corpse,
and with faltering hands drew thu
hootl over her face again.
"You aro right, Albert; we must re
sign ourselves to our fate. Perhaps wo
shall never see each other more, to
morrow! My love, my love!
She laid her head upon his breast,
silent, tearless. In a despair too deep
for words. He put his arm tenderly
around her and led her away.
I awoke early tho next morning. Al
ready the shadows of night wero gone;
tho sun was shining In my eyes, the
cool air stirred tho curtains as I open
ed the window. I passed Into thu
breakfast room, where Broc presently
joined me. His face was pale but so
rcne. Half un hour later we set out
tor the rendezvous. We had to pass
the chateau on our way, and I saw
Mile. Lucie on the balcony outside
motionless as a statue. She did not
oven return our bow.
There was no one but ourselves in
the sheltered glade whero the duel
was to take place; but the major and
bis friends arrived Immediately after
us. And In a few minutes we formed
a group of nearly twenty orucers. Then
riaiei aavanced and ceremoniously sa
"Who gives tho word to fire, gentle
men? he ashed.
No one stirred. Tho fato of a com
rade was at stake, and even the brav
est shank from the ordeal.
"Major," said Broc, "will you do me
The major could not refuse; h
made a sign of assent.
"Be good enough to place us," con
tinued the captain, giving me tho ta
ber. "Then load."
"You need not trouble about thai,
said Platel, "I have brought the pin
tols; one Is charged; tho other ha,
only a gun cap."
"Do you know which Is which?" said
He frowned darkly on mo.
"it docs not signify in the least, sir.
Captain Broc shall take which he
The major drew tho captain's saber
from Its sheath and drove tho point
or it in the ground till It stood upright:
then he drew his own and set It In the
same way before the first Ono paco
alone separated the two blades. Each
adversary was to stand behind a saber
with extended arm, so that each had
tho muzzle of the others pistol six
incnes rrom nis beart. While thesn
preparations were being made Platel
took off his coat. His second nrodjic-
ed a box In which were two pistols.
and Broc, selecting tho first his hand
touched, Btepped quickly back and
stood erect at his post.
Platel eyed him closely. Not a mus
cle moved In the captain's face; hu
was like a figure of granite.
Major Clement stepped forward.
"Aro you ready, gentlemen?"
There was a silence of death. Only
the leaves rustled on the trees. In
this dread hush the major's ringing
voice made us tremblo.
A click a flash; but no sound from
the captain's pistol. Platel had not
filed, and still held his arm rigid.
"Snoot," said Broc, calmly.
"It Is mine to command, sir," re
torted Platel. "I am not here to kill
you, but to give you a lesson. You
are young you are beloved you have
all that makes life dear. Yet It Is you
who must die. Well, sir, give me your
woru mat in luture you win not bo so
prompt to fight duels, and I will be
"Thnnks. Now fire, and bo done
with It. I have nothing more to say."
".My terms can not wound your lion
or," Insisted Plate). "Let tho major
Major Clement was quick to grasp
"I assert that Captain Broc has bo
haved throughout like a bravo and
true soldier, and can accept tho condi
tion without any stain on his honor,"
Mid he. He slopped a moment, and
then ndded: "That Is tho opinion ot
"Then I consent," murmured Broc,
ir. a voice mat was hardly audible,
Platel lowered his arm.
"I am delighted that all has ended
as I desired," ho said. "I had no wish
In any case to kill you, captain. I
was merely curious to see your coup
age teBted. Neither weapon was load
ed." He pulled tho trigger of bis own
pistol as ho spoke. The hammer fell
smartly on the cap without flash or
Broc cried out like a wounded Hon,
"By my fathers soul, but this s an
other Insult more flagrant even than
tho last! Aht it Is ended, say you?
No; It shall begin again, and this time
the pistols Bhall be loaded, If I hayo
to load them myself!"
"No, sir," replied Platel. "Insult hie
It you like, but 1 will not fight with
"Then you shall light with me," I
tr. Id. "You havo acted like a ecoun
ilrel; you have deceived Captain
Kicc and his second as well."
Platel was visibly confused; ho had
i:ct bargained for this.
"And If our comrade does not kill
ijoii I will," said another officer.
'Or I! Or I!" cried tho others.
"The devil! I cannot flght you all!"
grcwlcd Platel. "Choose ono among
you, and I will fight him, though It will
not uo a uuei. uui an assassination.
''Silence, gentlemen!" said the mi
We all fell back. Tho major strode.
Into our midst with his hand resting
ou the bllt of his sword, and quietly
burveyed us maptcr of the strange pu-i-ltloii
in which wo wcro placed, ns ho
was master in the barrack and thu
"Lieutenant Platel." no sniu. wim n
contemptuous pity which seemed to
lm addressed to tho lieutenant's for
lorn situation Incttad of to him 1 or
soiially, "you hae eWdcntly lost all
f-ense of decency nnd self-respect. You
made Captain Broc pass throng'i the
geiuatlon of n man doomed to dath,
while you Blood at your ease, know
ing you could come to no harm. You
have disgraced your uniform and dis
honored the army. You shall not fight
with any of us. I now order you to
resign your commission; but I will not
be harsh with you. And It shall go
forth to the world that you nave re
tired In consequenre of bad health.
The surgeon will sign the necessary
certificate. Now go!"
Platel rolled his eyes menacingly
like a wild beast at bay; and his
hands closed and clinched convulsive
ly; he opened his mouth as If to speak,
but speech failed mm. in silence no
turned and disappeared among tho
Wo drew a long breath of relief
and pressed around thu captain. Ha
looked sad and dejected.
"I know not what presentiment
haunts me. but I wish thu Ullaln's pis
tol had been loaded," he said.
We returned slowly, arm In arm.
There was a strange stir at the cha
teau as we drew near; servants wcro
talking on th" doorsteps, and nil at
once the old white-haired gardener
came trcmbllnitly up to us.
Broc shuddered and grew pale to the
"Something has happened," ho mut
tl passed on his way back, and know
lne jou two were to flght she feared
for your safety. Wo found her stretch
ed fainting on the floor, and bIic has
never opened her eyes since.
Uioc left me without a word. Tho
doitor was den-endlng the steps ns
b reached them.
The doctor looked Inexpicsslvcly
"I urn sorry: but It would be cruel
kindness to hide tho truth from you,"
in. sain. Kindly, "lie brnve. sir; you
win need all your courage now. Mad
amolselle had a weak heart, and I al
ways told her to mold any strong
But the captain had ceased to list
en, he rushed past him Into tho house.
On n couch In the saloon lay Lucie,
placidly, as It she was sleeping. He
threw hlmrelf on his knees beside her,
and touched the hand that never again
would return his pressure. Clasped
la her hand was a slender curl of his
on hair. New Orleans Picayune.
BU8INB88 MBN WON.
The Business Jinn's team beat the
Artillery at polo In the game placd
-it haptolunl park Saturday afternoon
During the gam. Lieut. Hancock took
a tumble. His pony seemed to roll
over him one or twice, hut the olMcer
uoae from the ground uninjured.
Hobert Shingle, also of the Artillery
team, was another w ho took a tumble
but. as In the case of Lieut. Hancock,
there were r.o Injuries bejond n few
brulsej. The game was refereed by
Chas, Rice. The score wts four goals
to two. The teams were as follows:
Artillery R. W. Shingle. 1; c. II. W.
Norton, 2; Lieut. Hancock, 3, and Dr.
Business Men J. P. Erdman. 1; J.
T. Irvine. 2; C. W. Dickey, 3, nnd Oeo.
WOMEN AS PHILANTHROPISTS.
Few realize how much the cause of
f-ilucittlon and the various philanthro
pic enterprises Owen the women of the
United States. Some ot the gifts re
cently mace to women causes aro
Mrs. Joseph L. Ncwcombe 'of New
York to Tulane University, 13,000,000;
Mrs. P. D. Armour of Chicago, to Ar
mour Institute, $1,250,000; Mrs. Edna
.T. McPherson ot Newark, N, J., to Yale
College. tioO.OOO; Mrs. H. R. Schley
nnd Mrs. R. P. Flower of New York,
Jointly, to the town of Watertown, N,
V., $300,000; Miss Helen Gould of New
York to various charities, $400,000;
Mrs. Vaughun Marquis of Ashland,
wu, to religion, $300,000; Mrs. J. F.
Ran of New York to religion, $250,-
CCu; Mrs. Eugene Kelly ot Buffalo to
religion, $230,000; Mrs. Emmons
Blaine and Mrs. Cyrus McCormlck to
the University of Chicago. $280,000:
Mrs. A. S. Greenspau of Topeka, Kan.,
to various charities. $200,000: Mrs.
Louise Sebor of Mlddletown, Conn., to
religion, ilii.OOO; Mrs. Margaret J.
Bennett ot Baltimore to various charl
ties, $130,000; Mrs.. .Mary Shannon of
Newton, Mass., to various colleges,
?12C,:00; .Mrs. O. S. Burbank of Fitch
burg. Mass., to various charities, $120,
0C0, and Mrs. F, H. Alms of Cincinnati
to the I'nlteriit' of Cincinnati, $100,
Besldes,these ecvornl Chicago women
nave given various sums to the univer
sity theie, the total aggregating near!)
A SION OF INSANITY.
Theie is no moro distinguished ad-
vncate at the Virginia bar than Sena
tor Jonn w. Daniel, says tho Chicago
Chronicle. His eloquence Is known
the country over, and ho Is as famous
lor his wit as for his great legal at
tainments. Shortly after the war he
was prosecuting a mountaineer In ono
ot the western counties for forgery.
The court rules nt the time wcro very
lax. and It was common for lawyers
to comment openly In court concern
ing the cases of their colleagues. On
this special occasion Mr. Daniel had
just asked tho prisoner a very point
ed question concerning another shady
transaction, othor than tho ono for
which ho was being tried, when a law
yer for whom tho attorney did not
have the kindest fueling arose and
"It tho court please, I would Uko to
say that I am not trying to prove tho
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The Walalua Agricultural Co., LO.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, lis.
Tho Standard OH Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance, Oo.
' ot Boston.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co, ot Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance'Co. of London
LIFE, and FIBE
Nbw England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manages
Claus Sprockets Vice Presides
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
H. H. Wnltney, Jr. . . .Tress, and Bee.
Geo. J. Ross Audltot
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF8AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
G, BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T, H.
A Rents lor
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookals
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Ce.7
Makee Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Line ot San Francisco,
Packet; Chas, Berwer & Co.'s Line ot
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Manager; E. F, Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. H.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
T&6Yon Hamm-YoQDE Co. Ltc
QUEBN ST.. HONOLULU
The Lancashire insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Ete.
Pensylvania Fire Insurance
Chns. T. Wilder,
Bruce Cartwright j
General Manager ot '
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Ot the United States for the Ha
Office, : Merchant Si. : Honolulu '
Well ' iJU uStiHiik litt.