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SUNDAY BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T, SUNDAY, Jtl'Htl. 13, 1J0Z
Br Raymond Fuller Ayer.
One upon n tlmo there was a prm
ctm n Tory beautiful that bIio knew
il brivUf, and every one knows that
hen a strl Is as beautiful ns that
Iklopi ro la a very bail way. Iter
name- was Lily, an( that In how It nil
tiune to happen, Princess Lily vast
Wd KIur CotoV only daughter, and nl
thniuii ho illil nut blamo her for that
V una very anxious to seo her safely
wnlrted to some rich jouug prince.
King (Join ncnt out Invitations to all
tho rich young pi Incog that ho know
ot to rome and meet the princess, and
Mlioltt flocks came. Kvery single ono
of tbera Mild t lint sho was the most
frfumtlfal princess that had ever lived,
aod they invented so many new names
to (x preys her tnvollncst that all tho
dictionaries had to he enlarged twice
(i dnj tor a long time. The Princess
Ilk4 ull of these young princes well
uotivh, but she said that the right one
liul not conic yet. This did not plciiKO
KJ&i; Cole n single bit. for all theso
prl&cvs bad good appetites, and they
Und doubted bis expenses. He was
afraid he would have, to Invito a lot placn upside down trying to find It for
more, and these showed no Intention i him.
of going nway yet. All of tho rich I When the prince, whoso namo was
young princes In tho country wore, I'erclval, saw tho 1'rlncess Lily Bo was
there now, and If he Invited any more amazed. "She Ib nB beautiful as tho
he would have to get tho poor ones, I flower after which sho Is named," ho
but the I'rlncess Lily was firm, and she! murmured. The Princess heard him
pointed out that It Hie first lot stayed, and was quite Indignant. Tho Ideal"
much longer and their appetites kept she said. "I am not named nrter any
up he would bo as poor as the poor! (lower at all! All of those other
princes, and that would be Nery Incon- princes kept comparing mo to flowers,
venlenl, for she wanted one or two That is why I did not like them, for
new bonnets, and that Would tax tlie'l nm sure 1 am much more beautiful
revenues of the kingdom severely, any than any flower that ever grow. And
As soon as the King heard about
the bonnets ho sent the whole uowd
of ilch pilnees packing home and he
began to economize as closely ns pos
sible. He put only penny stamps on
the Invitations that he sent to the poor
princes, and ho did not send car Tarn
to a single one. That was very unfor
tunate, for they lived a long way off,
and the result was that only ono came.
Tho King was very much provoked at
this, and lost his temper so completely
that the courtiers turned the wholo
now yon go and compare mo with a sweet name."
How or that I have never heard of be
fore, and which does not grow any
val, "I believe that the reason that I'erclval said he didn't art nil tiling
these flowers do not grow In this coun- about that. and he got a very long.
try Is that they are aware that you are ttrong thin rope and started off.
fairer, more graceful and lar lovelier The giant was quite used to prince
In every wny than themselves." The and knights coming to kill him, nrmed
I'rlncess turned again to the King and with lances swords. spears and weap-
said that sho thought l'rlnco I'erclval ' ons of that Kind, nnd bu did not mind
would do very nicely, thnnks. them at all, for, as their weapons" could
"Hut," continued l'erclvnl, "as beau- not kill him, he Just went out and swal-
ty such as yours should he surrounded lowed them, alive. Hut when hu saw
by the extreme of loveliness, It would l'ereinl earning he knew that rop
bo my pleasure to bring you some lilies un liable to bo dnngerous, (is no wis
so that yon may know what fragrance not niado ropeproof. too, nnd so li
and beauty Is associated with your dropped down on his hands and knee
and opened his mouth so that It cover'
where In this kingdom."
"That Is very true," replied the
prince. "Hut I have heard that lilies
arc the loveliest ot flowers, although
t now perceive that they must have
been named after your Highness, for
Indeed they are only entitled to second
place." The princess turned to her
father and said that really this young
man was not so very bad after all.
"Moreover," continued Prlnco Percl-
"Do so," replied I'rlncess Lily, "and -d almost tho whole doorway. Perrl
!we will bo married at once and live uil walked up to the front of the
I happily ever after. Just as If thin story giant's castle, opened tho door ami
had a moral." stepped Into the giant's mouth! DuE
Percival started at once to get nme Perilvnl had a slip nooso on each end
lilies, and he Inquired everywheio of the rope, and when he found hlta-
.where he could fiud them. At last a self slipping down the giant's throat!
.very old man told him that the only .lie slipped both of these nooses mound
place wheie he could possibly find a two of the glnnl's back teeth, and
nlnnlit lllv unu In the rnstln nf n tiller thi.ca hi, vnu!
giant, who lived on Ihe top of a (lis-1 V ,icn the giant found what Pvrciral
Itnnt mountnln. Thin giant could not had done hu was Just tllo maddest
be killed by file, steel or poison, but giant you ever saw, but It did" not d3
any good. He started for ths kitchen
to get a lilllfn, to see If by (wallowing
It he could not cut tho rope, but Per
cival pulled, on flrat one bIi'.o of tho
rop and then, on the other, Just as It
bo were driving a horse, -and that
made tho giant so first one way and
then the other, until he ran. his head
against the wait several times and
made his nos bleed. Perhaps yo:i do
not know that a giant dislikes to have
his nose bleed more than almost any
thing else. Then tho giant tried to
swallow Pcrolval all the way, hut of
course he could not, because Percival
kept hold ot the ropes ar.tl the giant
was In danger of choking, to death,
Pretty soon the giant gave tt up and
wrote Percrval a note nsklng him tn
dense conw out. Ho wrote "It. S. V,
P" at tho bottom, and tted It to the
end of a piece ot string and swallowed
tt, Percival wrote on tile back o( tho
note that "ie would never come out tuv
til the gl..nt had taken all his lilies to.
the Prin-jess Lily ami given them to
her, with Prince ltjrclval's compli
ments. The giant made a feaifubfusa
nboKtthls. for lie wae very proud of his
lilies, but he had to do It, and that was
all there was about It. Tho giant filled
n big bap, swung It on hla hack and
started, Percival guiding hlra.by means
ot tho ropes around his bank teeth. It
was Just like driving a horso from In
Bide Instead of outside only, ot
course, this horso was n giant. You
bco Percival had n llttlo pocket com
pass nnd so he kne In whit direction
to steer the giant.
In a short whllo they came to King
Cole'a ralnc, nKt every ono -"an
nway and hid when they daw tho giant
coming. Tnen Percival climbed up tho
ropes nnd stopped out of tho giant's
mouth, nnd the giant was so glad to get
rid of htm that lesldcs tho bag of lil
ies, he- gale him four cartloads of gold,
' which made him even richer than King
' Cote. The Princess was delighted with
tho lovely tlowere and Bile nnd Percival
w-ere married ut once, nnd tho giant
ate tip half of tho wedding banquet
'an J neologized because-he had such a
poor appetite, but said- that It was alt
, Perrl -aJ's fault.
?: THE PULLET'S EGG I
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.1 ;bU pt.llet'K egg
... pid the Kaster dje;
t:t-ap--d the nciamble and the bull,
Th ouielet. toach and fry.
Bf-uMOh a mansion house,
UiiIo a hi-alir pipe
In lacabatur, snug and warm
Tbf- chirk within grew rlpo.
HI mother happened by;
OiK vt tin shell Jumped he,
la.1 ruur-d.. "O cock-a-doodle-doo"
-tniy all this hallelujah?"
Th- thick replied In scorn:
-Whf. I lave rlkon from my tomb
This is my l!astf r morn."
-Jmiej. did bomething woith reuiem
bertng Iet summer. He made S out of
It t-cp stand on eud, and beat Coiirn
Vtd' record alt hollow."
'Slmt about the other four?"
"M! they didn't hatch "
What Willie Asked For.
Hnt. llmirn Willie, I hope you
(flda"t o'lhgmce me at the plrnlo today
ti aVlo for a wrond piece of pie.
WlfUk' rVopci' They gluiuii) a sec
itut !. without my asking, ard I
juIy tuvl In auk lor a third!
ALPHABET OF THE FLOWERS
The best tho markets
aOTord served mil guests
"save full view of tho sea
from tho dining room. . .
t H. DEE, Proprietor.
W. Beswlck, Manager.
Take the car to WalklM.
Is an Aster;
nen business Is brisk
Hhe goes out a-calllng;
Her enrd how appalling!
Is stamped with no asterisk!
Is n Balsam
That growa on a stalk
Outside of the garden,
Beseeching your pardon
For not moving out of n walk!
Is a Cockscomb
A queer little plant,
The rooster would use In
His toilet, or lose In
HN h ad If he could but he can't.
Is a Daphne.
Hut not of the kind
You read of In Horles,
For nil of her glories
belong to her clothes; not her j
Is on Ksir Plant, " j (
That lays Jn the weed;
When summer has watched it
And tended and hatched It,
The chick that (oiues out is a
Is a Feverfew,
Hot at the head.
It spread from not any
Till now I have many
A patient In every bed!
la a liooscflower,
Swan-llko and slim;
Hut though I've a pUcc full
Of Oooseflowers graceful,
Not one ot them knows how
Ols au orcniu. . twt
Thnt tlii-M cm n tti I 1
Is a Lily
Forever tn plight
For fenr something upecky
And smoky and flecky
Hhall drop on her vestment
Is a Hollyhock,
And he can't sup
The dew and the sunllxbt
Without lie must run right
On up to the fence and climb up.
Is an Iris,
That's down In the Up
BccalM a bee fellow
Has turned her to yeiow
lly letting his pollen sack slip.
Is a Moon Flower
That's coming out soon
All gorgeous and gllst'nlng
To tneet In a trystlng
Her lover the man In the moon!
Is a N)mphaca
Maid of the tub;
She'll thrive in the water,
And swim, If you've taught her,
Hut never she never will ruh!
Is a Jasmine
That climbs on the wull,
And there whllo she lingers
Hlie clings with her fingers
For fear she might tumble und
j - jr'! -.! 5 f ( - f
'i A DISTRESSING PROSPECT.
W. K. VICKERY,
of tho firm of Vlckery, At
kins and Torrey, of San
Vranclsco, Is now In Ho
nolulu with some fine wa
ter colors which are on
tahibltlon In ROOM 11,
tn engravings, etchings
ind photogravures will bu
found many sultablo wed
dine gifts at prices rang
ing from $10 upwards.
A good selection of Cop
ley Sepia Prints, prices
from $2 to ?C, are also In
w--L XjfZv& -. T" JWm bbbbbb.
Paul Is a beautiful, chubby, black
eed boy, all boy, and his father is a
Methodist minister. The other day
Paul hod been qulto fractious, and was
duly taken to nccount by the stern
ft pa lent.
I On that same day the question or
I' the i-fflcney or prnjer vvns being (lis
' rused by the minister with one of his
; lloek hi his study. Paul being a silent
listeuei. That night, when he knelt
'. I to repeat his nci ustomed prayer, his
,' (mother suggested he ask for power to
' ov ei tunic his tempei hikI that he might
be iiuiile a better boy.
'. Tlih. was the closing si ntenee of the
piayer "Oh, Ood. I ask you to make
me a better bn," then ho stopped
wl.rit sighed mid (outlnued, "IT ou
(!j ill. ou can do It."
NEW USE FOR
i t i t '
8 , J
Is au Orchid,
That lies on a tice.
He lets down a sucker
And drinks with a pucker
Whenever he goes on a sproo.
Is a Primrose
That shuts up all day.
When others are sleeping
She's working nnd keeping
Open house for the owls on til!
Is a Quince-Bloom,
That blows tn one spot.
She's not like some people
That hunt up a steeple
To tell how they know a great lot
Is a Ilosebud,
And some day you'll see
The rose I am raising
My ladylove praising
IWuiU'-e she received It from m?
Is the Siullnx
Thiil never does Hulk
An ac that Is evvi
Forevir to serer
The life und the love of a while
Is a Thistle
That never could pay
Ills rent, bo he waited
A wind, then ho freighted
His airship and moved away.
Is a Violet,
Early and late;
Just open the throttle
And shake up the bottle
And watch It evaporate.
Hasn't a chancs
To show off her graces
In elegant places.
Because she has not learned to
Is a Yucca.
That stands on the lawn
A sk-utlucl over
That watches, and never
tle&eiu in the night or the dawn.
is a Zinnia.
I always forget
To water and weed It,
Till now, when I ncea It
i'o (lul.sli my alphabet.
!;THE CRYALOT GIRL?!
THE CRYALOT GIRL?'.
Tho "Cryalot OlrP is a wee little maid
Whom nobody likes to Uvo near;
She whimpers and signs, and fusses
Hvery day through tho whoto Ions,
And she cries nt night when she goes,
to her bed,
And sho cries when she wakes from
And sho cries alt day In the self-same
Till her Uars they are ankle deep.
8t!ntitii: i! tt :: ittix :t tt tt tt tt tt tt tt u tt w tt a a it u tt t:
WHY BUNNIE STEALS THE EGGS.
Thu lliver and Harbor Hill peeied nut
Fiom behind the Committee door;
Tvvns dressed In only a tentative wuy
(Tho Coinmlttee'd been there be
The hundreds of Items It carried who
The number or inlllluus, a score.
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Uctlfared to any part ot
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HOFFHAN & nARKHAfl.
Dugs nnd eats have been employed
diaw baby carilages, but lining
inoriter tor such n purpose Is a new
li'ea. Mr O. .1. Ploiueheii, ot l.uveiue,
Iowa, Ii.ih a lloek of Cochin China
Kiwis, iiinoug them n loohter that Is it
giniit In the rcutlieicd kingdom. On
mi count nl' his size und bleed he is n
i I In the fniuil und Iiiik becoinu very
(Ippoted the giab with a lusty lung .tunic.
Till It caied for the lonllj l'eewee. I Mi- PIoiiii-kcii (oncelved Ihe plan ut
itialiilug 1 1 1 in to diaw the haby cai-
l'ach pull lot in his appointed place liii.ge In which his ilaughier takes her
Did Ills hiiuible best to swut cxciclae In the ulr. He mude 11 llglll
The stenl. Lueh thrust In a sean.hlug' liLruess, fuHtened It to the bild, und
The Hlver ami Harbor Hill tripped
And sidled acioss to the floor.
And the members crowded round to In
spect (They, too, bud been there befuie);
Tho members pushed ami scrambled
And Joined In a chorus of "Moie."
Till It contacted with thu Hit;
And when they'd done with the It. II.
'Uicj'd tiehled 1U total, Hut.
THE OPEN DOOR.
alter a lew weeks taught him to pull
the vehicle along the dooryard path
The little one, of louisc, inniiot
drive, but her sister sometimes gets
Into the carriage and guides the loath
cied "horso" about tho yard.
Theie v, at. once u i.aughty Iluniii
Who was idwajs being "funny,'
And kept the laud about him in .i roustaut htpte of awe.
Ills rntlK'i und his mother
"I hew pranks would try to cover.
To keep him out of pilsnn and '((.- Iiutlies of tho law.
On one niniuliig bright und earl
When the cops were getting Burly.
He stuiteil to discover what ) mischief he could do.
Soon he saw n blackbird's nosl,
And he (ould not eat or lest
I'nlll he'd dyed the eggs th'n-ia lovel) datlt sea-blue.
Once upon a tlmo a statesman great
ly Interested In our foreign relations,
and who kept his wife well Informed
on the International problems In thu
Far East, was nwakened by his better
hair In the early hours of tho morning
and Informed that tho know tlieio
weie burglars down stairs.
With outstretched arum the whites-
! man started for the hall, without n
light to guide him, and brought his
1 iiiciKo In violent contact with thu ulga
The member from I'odunk was pained of a door thnt was ajar. I(n foil to the tt sole lor music.
8 :t tt t: tt it tt 3 tt t :t
U , It
t help me gather more.'
Then ii hill l.i lluiiiile "copper"
Said he'd qulc kly put n stopper
To such dlie di-prediitiuns an '-c- never lieaid liefoie.
So. lunch lather than get ciiught.
These bold uilibeis straightway iituUt
A iiuiii who took the eggs to ' 7'ii and sold them In a store.
Now (his i a I sed nn aiiiiil iluttei .
All their kin began to chatter,
And said to steul such pietly (j, njs, a great ami mighty sin.
Hut the bandits made It scum
There was money In the scheme.
So for wtalth and sordid profit all the labhits now Join In.
So nil this explains the habit
Why eggs nre brought by a rabbit
And given little boys and girl., on Kaster eveiy year,
And the lesson seems to show,
It was nil a case of "dough,"
Yit eggs and little Hunnles white bvo found their proper sphere.
"? WELL-BRED WOMEN
tt Cheap notoriety Is often dear tt ,
tt III the end. it'
tt When the undeitiiker Is sent tt
tt for ho gcucrullv comes to gilef. tt
tt Then n man's root goes asleep tt Thi-) take their gowns and theli I'uinl
tt ut the opera he biiiely has no tt ture. their Jewels und their children us
He was m pleased ut his Joking
That lie said, "I'll 'round go poltiu,j
And link my little Hunnto fri.'ul.
So they stole buds' eggs galore
And put them by, In stoic,
Till all the nests weie empty, in I :h birds wi-u- thieat'nlng goie. tt
This "Cryalot Girl," It she cries nuvch
May cause all the pcoplo to drown;
Or else, by and by. If they wlsb. to
They'll have to sail boats through
Oh, naughly Indeed Is the "Cryalot
Whom nobody likes to- live near; X I
For she cries and cries, llko rainy day
Kvery day through the whole long
THANKFUL FOR ANYTHINO.
"Now, Kdward. the best portions ot
the "owl arc for tho guests, ea v-hat
aro you going to say when I ask )oe.
what you will have!" '
' Just a few of tho feathers, jlcaso,"
P ITn AND POINT ', tt tt tt tt t
is not the quiet or weakness, It Is the
calm ot trained faculties, balanced so
ARP MFVFR FIIQQV nlct-y ta an eaithquako may cause n
"Ll,lwl1 ' ""w i change of color,
The best bled woiutn do not I'uss.
That they'd slighted Tomtit Creek
A streamlet, sir. inoio pionilslug
You'd have to go far to seek;
And tho eloquence of PIowvlllo's pildo
Mudo the utmosphero reel nnd reek.
And Senatoi Illnnk, the honestest man
A person would euro lo seo,
(Hluff nnd a tilllo rough perhaps,
Hut bursting with honesty)
floor with a howl of pain.
"What Is tho matter?" naked
"I have nearly knocked my bruins
out on tho edgo ot tho dooi," he an
swered. "I thought that you approved of thn
open door," Hhc said.
"Not half open," ho replied,
Moral: Tho advantago of an open
door depends on how far It Is open.
tt The man who objects to klts- tt
t' lug balilei! enn never hope to be- it
tt come a diplomat. tt
tt Tho (llffeicntu between a thief tt
n tiiatRr of (ourse. Thej are uncon
scious of their eils and their gloves,
und they (xpeu every one else to bo
equally bo. If the see nil Intlmiitii
wenrlng a handsome gown they lefer
tt and an embezzler depends upon tt to It admiringly, but they also piefuco
tt how iiiik h he stealB, tt their comment with an apology. Their
tt Wlgg They became n cqualnt- tt dlfferenies with their husbands lire
tt i.d with each other ut a church tt not nlred, neither tho domestic up-
tt fair. Wagg Met by cliance, eh? 8 heavals caused by trio desertion of the
8 8 cook on wash morning.
8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 The reposo or the well-bred vvomanbi en 12, only I was sick a year.
but will not bring
lorth a loud cry.
Well-bred "women aio a boon to the
human race. They help tho social nnd
proresslonal woild to mulntalu a high
standard both of mornls and behavior
He Missed One Year.
"Two boys were on their wav to
siiir.l, 'id conversion psd hi
tween them lespectlng each otluvs
Fiist Hoy Then how old are yo'i'
Second Hoy Ten. And how old aio
rum liuy i in ii, i SIIOUIU IMVO
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