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KVKNINU HUL.JBTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, DEC. 31, 180L
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THE MAN WHO
HUNTED, FOR TROUBLE
The Man Who Hunted for Trou gtess of badness had taken an undls
There was a fellow that I onco pitted leading part. Lucas could nul
Knew who went around looking for, figure It out how such an accomplish
some ono to kill him and" ho couldn't cd gentleman could ooject to adding
find a man that would utidcrtakn tho, Just one man moro to his catcgorj ami
Job." This is Colonel Dick Dillon's tnus greatly accommodate him. He
own statement. As ho began it let remained In town several dojs before
him finish the story. he found out that Thompson hadgono
It was about tho tlmo that Luko.lo Sail Antonio, men no set out fur
m...l I. J? .ILHkiiiiIiiIiIhM 1.1...... If In I
ouuri nus uiBiiiiKuiBiiiiJb iitmoviL ii
his own peculiar way down In Texas,"
continued the colonel, 'and the story
was told mo by most truthful and ro-
Jlat4p gents." Nobody questioned bis
statement anu tne coionei was per
roltted to continue.
As I said, gentlemen, the storj
that I am about to tell is nbiolutelj
ti lie. I Know It of my own personal
observation and If there 1b any one of
jou who doubts it I snail Insist that
ho announce himself before I piocecd
There was a sllenco and again the
colonel broke forth. "This fellow ll
cd right here In Kansas City. I am
not prepared to give dates and street
number as regards residence. Hut,
nevertheless, he lled right hero and
1 could nrovo It by tho finest collec
tion of gentlemen that ccr trod the
earth If they had not been taken off
suddenly, ills name was Lucas. At
least, that is what I think was his
name. If any of ou know otherwise
please correct me. lie hau somo nion
ey left blm. also a dread of insnnity,
I might eveu say more he bad In his
own mind an absolute certainty that
he was a marked victim of tho dread
mental disorder and that some four or
fle Insane as) linns were awaiting to
gather him In. He was dead 'daft.'
After his parents were dead and there
was nothing for him to do but think,
Lucas made uo bis mind that rather
than die In an as)lum he would com
"With that objot In view he went
to settle up his affairs and prepare for
death. Ho found when everything
was closed up that he still had to his
credit somo $10,000. That was a pret
ty mess for a man that was to kill
himself. What to do with that bunch
of wealth bothered him.
"What was the use of shuffling off
when one has so mucn possibilities In
the way of Bport? So ho said to him
self. 'I II blow It In and then when tho
wealth is no more I II be absent from
roll call.' nut when be had gotten
well started upon his laudable cuter
price ho began to thin!; that the very
proposition In itself was a wild one
and only worthy of a nolle. He grew
moro morose and so weak In powei
that he did not have the nerve to kill
himself, nut to die he was detcrmln
ed at every risk and kiep out of tho
asjliim. If ho could not take his own
life ho was bound that some one else
should and that is the point whcie my
!)i M. H. McLaughlin, SSKSc
inic" " Steamship Company
teamers of this line
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"He arrived In San Antonio Just
about the time that the feud between
Thompson and DIM) Slmms was at its
height. There was some faint hope in
his mind that he might In iimo wa
got mixed up in tho row and t is in n
border affray meet a glorious and fntc-
fill end. Tlio second or thlru day of
his stay ho ran across 'Liompson, and
bo. stuck bb closo to him as possible
He felt that In n case such as this he
cruld not sa.cly bo too bo.d, or he
might be turned down as ho had been
lielore. He heard muttered threats
now and then and finally, to his sot
row, cot wind of tue fact that all had
boon patched up. The reports were to
tho effect that a truce had been do
clared and that on that very night the
two men were to meet and Bwear eter
nal friendship at Slmms' dance house
and variety theater. With a heavj
heirt he strolled around to tho place
about 10 o'clock. In a few minutes
afterwards ThomDson. accompanied
by his friend, who was known In that-
section as 'Kingfisher came into mo
hall. Lucas .ooned at these two men
and could not but think what posslbll
Itlcs they possessed for giving him a
bright and glorious finish. 'But alas, it
was all over now. Ho could not get
on even the outer edge of tho dlfllcul
0 not even enough to express his un
happiness at the turn that things had
"SlmmB. with Jack Foster, was walk
Ing around tho place when thoy saw
Thompson and 'Klngflshor.' They ap
pioached tlicm, and Lucas saw some
body hold out his hand as If to shake
with some one else. That was enough
for him. To llvo to sec two of tho bad
dest bad men In tho whole southwest
shake bauds was too much. Ho felt
like weeping at the mlseiable outcome
of his ambitions. Perhaps ho would
have dono so If, Just at that moment,
there had not rung out in tho hall a
volley of shots and up In the gallery
there curled up several little puffs of
smoke. He glanced at tho four men
whoso attention haiKbcfore interested
him. Thompson lay dead on the floor,
'Kingfisher' had been shot In the body,
and Foster had a ball In his leg. Just
what had happened Lucas did not
brow. Hut as near as the facts could
he reached by Judicial inquiry It seems
that somebody had refused to shake
hands with somebody, and then some
body bad given a signal to trusty men
up In tho gallery and tue fusllade bo
gan that efided as was just staled.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 30, i. i.
S. S Xnukana ct nl 1. D. I)ond.,D.
Instruments Filed for Record Decem
ber 31, 101. '
(J, I) Kahnlowol M K, Chapman
M. Utolo A Lldgatn CM.
J. C. Ollvoira and wife M do J.
Tlmas ... .. I).
S. A. Macj (! ll. IIiulil) ..Rel.
L, Marks r I, Doric h ,...Uw.
F. L Doi tcli N II. Marks . IIS.
M . Perry and bus Oahu l.u.nbor &
llultdhi- Co Mtg.
O. It. A. i.. I' J Arnistriii ,, I).
J Armstrong lllai op a. Co ,Mtif.
M K, Hancock and him J II.
Jerman . , , , , ... ,ltu
Recorded December 20, 1901,
D, Manuel to George. Ljcurgus, ad
dltlonnl charge, premises, Auwnloll
mil, Honolulu, Oahu, $100, Hook 227,
page ltd. Dated December 19 1JU1.
.1. U .Marshall and husband to J. J
Kelly, mortgage, let .11, Pawaa tract,
Honolulu Oahu, $1600. Hook 227,
pate H2 Dated December 19, 1901.
Recorded December 21, 1901,
George Kalnapau and wife tn H. 1.
Coau, mortgage; poitlon It. r. 77iU I
Kul. bl!29, l'uu.o, llllo, Hawaii; $2011
llook 230, page 1JC. Dated Dccembei
T. Tsutsunuilrhl to Kttauchl Ukl
matsu; bill of sale; leasehold, build
Ing, fixtures, etc, Imada Hotel, llllo,
Hawaii, IStS. llook 224, page ibi,
Dated Deccmbtr 12, 1901. I
' Mrs Kapckn to Mrs Mile et ul..
deed, portion It, P. 8 111"., Kill. 107!1,
Walplo, HatnaMia, Hawaii; l. Hook
229, page 293, Dated Decembi r 1C,
L. X. Kamau and husband to J. H.
Canarlo: deed; piece land. Front and
Ponawal streets, llllo. Hawaii; $100.
Ileok 231, page 97. Dated Novembei
J. Fiores Jr. and wife to J, S, Cu
nnrlo; deed; piece land, Jnli street
llllo, Hawaii; ;1000. llook 231, pago
9S Dated December 10, 1901.
J. Wos to X. Ilussel. bill of sale;
all Interest In land patent 4 1 1 . Olaa,
Puna, Hawaii; $.17:0. llook 221, page
4C4. Dated September C, 1901.
N. Itutsel and wife to Fleet Hank (if
llllo, Limited; mortgage, lots .100 mid
307, Olaa, Puna. Hiwall; K'uOO. Hook
227, page 461. Dated September 5
You have paid for two or three hornet during your lifetime.
Especially If you have been paying rent; and we regret that
you have nothing to show for the money spent In this manner.
THE AMOUNT PAID
FOR RENT WOULD
HAVE PAID FOR A
-HOME, AND A GOOD
HOME TOO. .. j
We have now on sale tots In the beautiful Puupueo Tract,
which contains the finest suburban property In Honolulu, This
tract commands a magnificent view of mountains and ocean, has
macadamized streets, artesian water, and the electric car line
pastes through the property. For any further Information regard
ing prices, terms, etc., address
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- Steamers of the above companies will call at Honolulu and
leave this port on or abo'jt the datet below mentioned.
Homo tlmo afterwards lie appeared Lucas thought how much chagrin he
at Texarkana and began to make In might have saved himself had ho only
onirics regarding the bad men of thei'kcpt his ejes open. Ho might Just as
town. Two or three lesser lights were well as not have gotten one of thoso
named, but he did not warm up. One. bullets, lint ho said to himself that
day. however, he saw a tan man with he always was a 'poky guy.
a rather wild look In his oc and ho e loaicci arounet Ban Antonio lot
as told that he wbb Charley Dixon, several dajs In vnln hopes of some
the only real out and out bad man in ,thing to his advantage turning up Ho
the town. Ills name had not been .went to Slmms' variety and finally got
mentioned in the first place, he dlu a dance with Slmms' girl. Ho whirled
covered, because many persons novel .her around In front of uimms and made
whispered It except under their bed much of an obnoxious display of
clothes at night. Not long before he hlniBelf as he could It was no use
had shot dead the co-respondent, as .'Slmms was worried over the last
the latter was giving evidence In a ell Uhootlng. and ho was keeping quiet,
vorce suit that Dixon had brought I ' Lucas came somewhat later to Dal
against Mrs. Dixon. Lucas hung his. He was walking down the street
around the saloons that Dixon war few das after hts arrival there,
supposed to frequent, but ho could.11"1 hc saw a uC man with a revnl
never meet him. Ono night he heard h" In his hand, and following him
that he was In a poker game over rc four of Ave much interested Indl
'Qulnoclo's and straightaway he went jvlduals. Ho Joined In the procession,
there. Ho found Dixon at one or the ieJ lio saw that the big man. who was
tables plaving poker. As a bird Is fas somewhat Intoxicated, was dragging
ciliated by a snake bo LucaB kept re behind him, tied to a twine string, a
volvlng round and arounu this table. blg roll or bills. The money was cov
At last ono or tho plaers threw down ''""Ci by tho revolver and the big man
his hand and Dixon raked In n Jack a saying. 'Why elon't ou take It!
pot. 'top.' jelled Lucas, 'that man has I Von say that ou aru tno constable
cheated.' and pointed to Dixon. 'Hu.nn'l 'hat jolt have a replevin for the
l.ad an aeo up his sleeve. I saw him. money. All that jou have to do Is to
Kvcry person In tho room stopped I"" 501"- l,aw ""- It and take It.' lint
playing and erovvde-d around Dixon, ex somehow no one did ane .t. And the
peetlng to see a killing. Lucas throw big man walked to tho hotel, banded
back his head and stood with his ee a package ovci to the clerk for hah
ablaze facing the bad man. Dixon Keeping and remarked e.iat he would
looked at hlin In surprise am. covered M up stairs and go to bed. Lucnr
him with his gun. Lucas gave n wild "-unu om inai mo nig man was uie
laugh atad jelled, 'If jou aio such a well known' cejwman and gambler.
h of a rcllow. why don't jou sliontT i t-liccso' llensley, and that be was
That was too much for tho crowd. onn of "'o best natuicd fellows that
Somebody cauctit LucaB bv thu arm ha., ever killed a man In the whole lo
and led him out of the Dlaee. The, rallty. It appeared to Lucas that It
next morning, thoroughly disgusted, would bo a mlgnty fine thing to have
bo shook the dust of Texarkana off hts lllb "Kht snuued nut by a good nntured
feet and went to look elsewhere for r,an- While he was thinking the prop
tiouble. ,osltlon over the men who had been
"At Fort Worth Lucas landed rrom following Hcnslcy on the street came
the train ono' damp morning In tho ll to tho hotel and replevin! el the pack
early spring. I don't know wliero he K0 that tho bad man had put, Into
l' ' i'i w;'?" ' -":7t;-!",.4.". ;, i
effort to be conslilcred on sneaking
Menus with 111 m. Hut he hail not made
much progress either towards a re cog
rlllon as a friend or ns an Individual
worthy of his lead. One daj as he
v.as In a saloon banging on the fringe
or thu crowd that revolved aiounil the
great men of tne place, he saw Short
end Cat Storms stnndlng nt the bar.
He lelt that It was his supreme oppor
tunity. He brushed up against Short
and knocki il his liquor out of his hand
Just as he was raising It to his lips.
Short turned with n savnge look on
his face und. seeing that It was only
Lucas, waved him aside as If he was
a fly and resumed his conversation
Willi aiunil3. lUVlt, in Jiini uiii- naj nnr. o inn
.- ....!.. ,i.i ,ui -..1,1 hit.,.., nni I Jnnuarj,, ., uu
III Peillf Mill, lllllIK, Drtiuutmti. vu.
one-, replied Storms. 1
snort wau.eu out o. tin ironi oi mu
building and across tho street. Storms
went out the back door and enme
aiound to the front or the saloon. Tim
two men began shooting, walking to
wards each other. In the middle of
(he street Storms dropped dead.
Well, look nt that.' said Lucas to
himself, 'that man Short treated mo
with that discourtesy! He pushed me
aside and gavo tfiat broken down old
gambler, who could have gotten any
body to shoot him, the benefit of his
gun. This is my last try. i navo neen
all along the line and I haven't evon
had a man draw his gun on me. I give
"And ho did. no went out on a
ranch. FrCBh nlr. hard work and torn
perance cured him alike or his deslro
to ellu anu Ills inncy lliai nu wouni u
eoiiie insane. He brings a load or rat'
(to now and the n tn Kansas City and Is
said to b ulti' a prosperous runeu
Bian," Kansas Cltj Journal.
At the entrance
to the Famous
lao Valley, and
easy access ta
volcano In the
for Tourists and
ISLAND OF MAUI.
A. T. HAGHNKAMP. Manager.
FOR JAPAN AND CHINA.
FOR 8AN FRANCI8CO.
2RICA MARU . .
HONGKONG MAIIU JAN.
Nippon mauu rnn.
DIVIDEND NO. ICE.
THI', OEIIMAN bAVINflS & LOAN
SOCIETY, 62! California street. For
tho hair year ending with December
31st, 1901, n dividend has been declar
ed at the rate or thrco (3) per cent
per nnnum on all deposits. Tree or
tnxes. pajablei on and after Thursday,
!02S 2v Secretary.
Ily request of stockholders repre
senting one third of tho capital stock
of the Club Stables Co. Ltd., In tho
absence of Paul It, Iscn-erg. Presi
dent, I hereby call a special meeting
of the stockholders of Bald corpora
tion, ror December 3lst. 1901, at the
ofnee of Club Stable, Ltd., on Fort
Btreet, at 10 o'clock a. m- for the
transaction of Important business.
(Signed) C. H. DELLINA,
2030 21 Vlco President.
NOTICE OF 8ALE FOR NON-PAY
MENT OF COMPENSATION FOR
CARE OF ANIMAL.
Notice Is hereby given that I wIR
sell at public auction, by order of the
Territory stables uo , Ltd, on Satur
day, tho 28th'day'of December, 190L
at 12 o'clock m. vof that day, at the
placo or business of said Territory
Stables Co., Ltd., ono gray horse, un
lets the amount due for tho care, cut-
tody and feed thereof Is paid on or
before that date, as well as the ez
penso ror tho care and keep or said
animal since tho 27th day or Novem
ber, 1901, Is also paid.
Dated Honolulu. December-11. 190L
For further particulars, apply to the
Territory stables Co., Ltd. or to
WILL E. KIHHKIt.
came from oi where he lind been. Hut
he had a disgusted, sad look on his
fscc. He got Into 'Canada Hill's' hack
ann told hint to drive blm around some
where that he could find tiouble. Hill '
the sarc. 'Now tho question Is, who
will go up and tea Hcnsicy; remarked
one or them. 'It m ans death or a lilt,
Kim play to get at him.'
Ileforo any either person enulil an
"Ihere Is no doubt,' said the stu
dent of law, "that many people havo
been Imprisoned although Innocent i,l
"I know that by sad expeilence'
"You don't biij fco! Let's have tin
"There's no storj to It. I merely had
the bad luck to be drawn on sevcial
Juries that were locked up over night."
Magistrate (to the Chinaman)
What's jour complaint against this
young man, John?
Chinaman He's too niuchee by-nnc!
lij. Baltimore Jewish Comment.
All persons holding sewer privileges
or those paying Bower rates aro here
by notified that tho sewer rates for
tho year ending December 31, 1902,
will be due and pivahlo at the office
of thu Superintendent of Public
Works on tho 2d clay ot Januarj', 1902.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen dajs after they are due, will
causu your connection with the sewer
to bo cut off. JA8. II. IlOYD.
Superintendent of Public WorkB.
December 27. 19ut. 2029 3t
knew where theie wbb plenty of that swer Lucas spoke up with glint eager-
aitlcle to bo had, but he- looked with wi-si 'I am jour man. Jitst give nu
a sort of compassionate- interest upon n ehnneei at him. Vhj man lie
the stranger. In fact, Hill himself had would shoot jou full of holes' 'That's
a fow scraps of more or less pleasing "' right.' said Lucas, just let me nt
FOR GENERAL INFORMATION APPLY TO P. M. S. 8. CO.
H. HACKFIBLQ fr CO, LTD. AGENTS.
anadian-Australian Royal Mall
Steamers of the abovo lino, running la connection wlu tbo CANADI
PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. between Vancouver. D. C and Sydney, N S.tV.,
calling at Victoria, 11. C, Houolulu and Drlsbano, are DUE AT HONO
LU on or about the dates below stated, viz.:
nionortlons on his own ae count, such
ah the killing of four or five men.
"Finally they stopped at the Cattle
Exchange ichoit and the two men
v.ent Inside. Jim Ceiuitwilght, whei
was cltj marshal, was standing nt the
bar with wto friends. 'I my were Just
him.' They finullj consented Lucnr
went upstnliH and knpeked nt the elcioi
or Ilenslej s loom lu the imnnlitm
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
Plrst Circuit, Territory of Mawnit.
Emily Alves vs. Joso S. Alves, Sum
mons. Tho Territory or Hawaii: To
tbo High Sheriff of the Territory of
Hawaii, or his Deputy, tbo Snerlff of
thu Island of Oahu. or his Deputy in
the crowd stood peeping around the the Teirltory of Hawaii: ion aro
turn In the h.illwnj expecting to sec-1 commanded to summon Jose H. AIvch,
Lucas IjIiik on tho floor Bhot full ot . Defendant. In ease ho shnll lllo writ-
holes. Theie was cvldentlj no nnswei I ten answer within twenty days nfter
California Safe Deposit ft Trust Co ,
corner California and Montgomery
streets. For the six months ending
December 31, 1901. dividends havo
been declared on Deposits in the Sav
ings Department of this Company ns
rollows: On Term Deposits, at tno
rate of 3 C10 per cent per annum, nnd
on Ordinary Deposits, at tho rate of
3 per cent per annum, freo of taxes.
nnd pajable on and after Thilrsdaj-.
Jnnunry 2. 1902. Dividends uncalled
fur are added to tho principal and
luar tho same rnto of dividend as the
pilnclpal from and after January 1,
1902. J. DALX.EI.L IHIOWN.
202K 2w Mannger.
The steamer W. G. Hall will ar
rive at Honolulu on Saturday. Decem
ber -1st and 28th. InBtead of Sundays,
as usual, and will sail from Honolulu
on Monday, December 23d and 30th.
Instead of on luesdajs, as usual.
The steamer Mlkahala will arrive at
Honolulu on Tuesday, December 24tb.
and 31st, Instead of on Wednesdays, as
The steamer Manna I.oa will all
rrom Honolulu on Monday, December
30th, Instead or on Tuesday.
After these dates, thu regular sched
ule will be resumed.
INTER ISLAND STEAM "NAVIGA
TION CO, LTD,
By Its President: J. EN A.
Intending cabin and steerage pas
sengers Irom tho port ot Honolulu
arc hereby Informed that until further
notice the undersigned' will not book:
passengers on tho steamers for whlca.
they arc agents unless said passenger
ronort at their office at least nine (9)
davs previous to the scheduled date oi
sailing. Further information may be
had upon application at tho offices at
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WM. O. IRWIN & CO.,
T. II. DAVn.S ti CO.
m Vancouver anu Victoria, B, C.
(For Brisbane and Sydnoy.)
1ANGI JAN, 18
iVNA FEB. 15
hrom 8ydney and Brisbane.
(For Victoria and Vancouver, B. O.)
MOANA JAN. IB
Through Tickets Issued from Uonolulu to Canada. United States and
11 genera! Information, apply to airope. For Freight and Passage Rn
Thco. H. Davie & Co., Ltd., Gcn'l Agents.
Wilt with full return of jour proceed'
WITNESS Hon. A. B. Humphreys,
First Judge of the Circuit Court
of th'o First Circuit, at Honolulu,
Oahu. this 11th clay of Oeto
bei, 1901. i
(SIk) J. A. THOMPSON.
I certify tho foregoing to bo n true
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
' DIRECT SERVICE BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, via Paciflo Coast.
I. OREQONIAN, 6,000 tons, to tall about Dec. 20.
- CALIFORNIA, 6,000 tons, to tall about Jan. 20.
. AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, to tall during February,
n 8an Francltco 8. 8. HYADE8, 3,000 tons, to tall Jan. 4 for Honolulu.
rrelght received at Company's wharf, 42nd Street. South Brooklyn, at
all timet. For further particulars, apply to
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"i AGENTS, HONOLULU.
about to take n drink whin Liu as but, l'on' within and Lucas bgnn kicking servlto hereof, to bo nnd appear be
Inl In nnd t.irll,lm' ImiV nmi Ln, i nnd hc-ntlnc! on tho ilonr 'We linn, re fore the said Clicult Colli t at thu No
ed his glass fiom Ills bund anil' It roll plovlnnl join monejln the sari- down vember Term thereof, to bo hnlden at
tn tbo floor. IiiiuIiIiil- to nti i.. .11 m stairs.' he said, 'and 1 nm here to not I Honolulu. Island of Ouhu, on Monday.
livid with rage, tumid qiilrU ns n-fy ''' The dooi vviih opened, tin (the Hh day of November next, at 10
Hash, his gun In hand, to luce Lucas crowd peeping down tbo ImtlvCoy o'clock a. nt , to show eniiMi why tho
Willi his arms akimbo and n sneer on thought that suto the foollmrd mini's i claim of Emily Alves. I'lalntlff, should
hlnfucc- 'I unde island jou mo u kill- last day had come, and that old Hens i not bo awnided to her pursuant to
,1-- nl,l Inrnu V,,u, Hint lu ul.nl I ll-V bad lit till, fellllU iMfl llm llimn t lie t eilOT llf lllT linilOXC ll 1.11)1 I flr 1)1-
am looking for. nnd jou eun add one men ly that tin might cat him up mint iviuce-. And have jou then there this
moie to your gun stock' Jim looked aslly,
nt the fellow n minute, turned to Hill "limy would havo hem hiii prised
and said- 'You bad In tier nrlvo join however. If they had seen what actml
load out to tho iisjluni, that's wheree lv did take place, Old Henslej lnv
I belongs.' cm tho bed Inughlng ns ir he- would
' Since I am speaking of Court R" Into n Bpasm. 'Yon
wilght. I might add that ho was killed )'"l niu Bninit gujs, he jelle-d 'Then
by Luke Short nut long afterwards I" nntblng In tint package In tli-sale-
rnd his death brought out a ve i j fine hut blown paper I have all the inonc-j
, .lltil In mm nln, l.nniwl Uli.tc, umn ll(llltnni InRldl- no, Ut t ? rftniii mi nml
nt a labia plajlng cniils; n dispute we'll dilnk iu it.' And the. peeping cepj of the orlUnnl Summons In salcl
nrnm tim ti,, uuu mm..,,! mid iiitu,i crowd saw the two men i mini nut ol cnusi1, and Hint said Court ordered
reached foi their (,11ns iJothwernex wi" 100111 logc-tnei.
pert a nnd the man that diew first it cnrrjlng i.uena and s
was verv evident would lie the nnlv eu-iy step on tho line
ono that would lire. Luke got his gun ot the top ot his big voko. I.iiciih
rfputntinn as a niic-nci or bad men war
nc nulled In a day Hut It was not
what he sought and eotiKeiiuiintlj he
nevei gloried In It.
"I don't know how long nflc 1 wards
It was Hint Lucas turned up In Tue rnn
Arlrona, hut It was In tho dajs when
Luku Short was a power there, short
had his tialnlng with the Enrp bnjs
nnd Hat Mnstcrson in Dodge Cltj and
western Kansas, and his fame as 11
real bad man was all over the south
west. Liu as had cultivated him foi
some time and was making a slicing
Intending passengers by tho steam
er Ventura, leaving Honolulu, for Snn
Francisco on Derember 31st, dro here
bj notified that' thu abovo mentioned
steamer will bo given nulckest pos
sible dispatch nnd will not remain nt
this port more than six hours, day or
Tickets for tho above sailing must
bo purchased nt thu cilllco of tho un
cle 1 signed not later than Monday, De
cember 30th. Tho Company will not
guiraiiteo to re reive baggage atter tbo
urilval or the stiamer, nor to arrange
transportation nfter tho nbovo date.
W.M O. I It WIN ft CO. LTD.
Gen, Agts Ocennlo 8, 8. Co.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
One Hundred Dollars (J100 00) re
ward will bo paid to any person giv
ing Information which will lead to the
nrrcut and conviction of the parties
w'ao stole a registered mall pouch
from the steamer Klnau on or about
Saturdnj, December 21st.
C. L. WIGHT.
202G tf President.
on eoiiiii out ol cause, and thill said uouri oruereci nutfled that the wal
llensloy falrlv .publication or tho samo nnd a rontln ,Urm ending June 30.
hipping him nt nance or Bald cause until tlio noxt0U( pnniln at Iho o,
k and laughing February, A I). 102, teim of tnla huu Water Work vor
out first, shot his opponent's tilggii
fnger belorc he could i.ro nnd then
having his man lu hts power, coollj
put a bullet through his heart,
"How much longer Luc oh remnlmcl
In Koit Worth 01 what lie did I don t
1 now. Hut I do know that he appear
ed at Austin some time inter and said
that he was looking or He 11 Thomp
sou, Thompson It might be added
was also 11 marshal, and It might, too
be lemarkc'd that he had been the
direct' minus or fltteen funerals Ir.
which as many mm of different do
P. DANSON KEl.t.ETT JR.
Dated Honolulu. Oahu, Nov. 13, 1901
I'. M. Brooks Esq, attorne-j for libel
litDec 2. 0. lu .Z 2 ' Jan. 6.
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL.
Night watchmen furnished for build
ings, business property and residence t.
Builders will do well to consult Bow
era la regard to watchmen.
In accordance with Section 1 of
Chapter XXVI of thu U of 18S6;
All persona holding water privileges
or those pajlng water rates nro hereby
notified that the water rates for tho
June 30, 190.', will bo due
(lire or tho Hono
on tho 1st day or
,n Burn 11111H remaining unpaid tor
fllte-eti dajs nrter the) aro duo will bo
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates re
main iiupild I'i bru.irj', 1902, (thirty
ilujs after hemming delinquent), arc
liable to suspension without further
Hales nro pajable nt the ofllro of thu
Water Woiks in tho basement of Cap
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec, 20, 1901
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Notice to Shippers. N
Shippers nro notified that a new
freight schedule will go Into effect oc
ncd after December 1st, 1901.
Information In regard to changes lo
rctcs can bo obtained at the offlce ot
the company, corner Fort and Queea
C. L. WIGHT,
1991 to Jan. 1 President
Tho firm or Purely Baron, ship's
carpenters and builders, has this day
In en dissolved ny mutual consent.
C. II . Purdy having bought tho entire
business, will conduct the same at the
old stand, soliciting tho good patron
ago or tho port, with the usual guar
antee of first class work. All bills paj
able onlj to C, II, I'urdy.
C. H. PURDY.
Honolulu, December 10, 1901.
Kino .lo'i i'riutins!
at tho Bui-