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DO YOU WANT ANYTHING?
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EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR URGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
If so, consult -these columns.
If you want employes or If you
Per line, one Insertion . ...15o
Per line, two Insertions . ...25o
Per line, one week 30o
, Per line, two weeks 40o
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
If you want lodging or boarding,'
or have them to let If you
want to rent rooms advertise
In the Bulletin Want Column.
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your buslnssa.
WANTED Young lady will take ten.
porary position as housekeeper.
OWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings.
buslnass property and rosldences.
ODIce and Residence. School St;
F. O. Box 284; . White 3691.
WANTED To purchase upright piano.
Address, stating price, etc., "J.,"
P. O. box 832. 2213-tf
FQR SALE Horse, harness and busi
ness wagon; mare, Is good and kind,
guaranteed. For salo cheap. En-Qui:-
1340 Fort street. 2209-lw
FOR SALE Fine lot on Collcgo Hills,
100x150; cash, U00. W. L. Eaton.
IT IS A PLEASURE to use Pachceo3
' Dandruff Killer; It may bo used Irce-
ly every day because It Is an Ideal
tonic for the hair. At Union Barber
GA80LINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasollno engine. In
perfect condition. Apply to M. I..
Smith Superintendent of Tho Hono
lulu Clay Co., Ltd., telephone white
321, or to Castle & Lonsdale, Stan
genwald Bldg. 2105-tf
FOR 8ALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 plpo cutter,
cuts up to six Inches; all new ma
chines, now on band In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. II. Pain.
FOR SALE Coral rock tor filling. Ad'
dress 'It M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR RENT Halt of a furnished 6
room cottage, suitable for light
housekeeping, mosquito proof. 430
l.unalllo, 4th house mauka from
Pensacola and Rapid Transit.
A MARRIED couple with no family
have a nicely furnished room for sin
gle gentleman. Apply at Qlobo Bait
ery. Fort St., nbovo Vineyard.
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
furnished; board If desired. 144 Her.
etanla Ave. near Fort. 220? if
FOR RENT Room 30S Judd building.
Apply room 309. 2199 tf
LILIHA ST. $15 house, 5 r. nnd bath,
F. J. Russell, Magoon bldg. 2198 tl
TO LET Cottages, all modern im
provements; J10 to ?20. Apply to
A. O. Cunba, 2d houso nbovo Mor
mon Church, 2202-lm
FOR RENT Two elegant sulteB ct
rooms, suitable for office or living.
Aletropole bldg., Alakea St. Apiily
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
Cldg. . 2201-tf
(TO LET Rosms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc-
Ictyre Building, formerly occupied
by Vickery's Art Exhibit Apply to
X. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
DTO LET House on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
by W. Needham Esq., near McCully
Tract Has threo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E.
I. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
FOR RENT Six room cottage, Luna'
lllo street near Ponsncola; $35. Ho
nolulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
yo LET Roomy bath tab, with either
hot or cold water ana all modern
Improvements. "Sail at Silent Bar.
ber Shop. S018-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mr.
Mf-Conners. Garden linn 2055-tf
MOOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito proof rooms In town;
$2.50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop.
NO. 1. RICE STRAW
rice straw fir sale, or will exchange
for stablo manure Enquire Qouug
Sing Loy or at plantation Mollllll.
LOST Many thousnnds of dollars
through neglocttng to have stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
Fine Job printing at the Bulletin
llavo jour machine put In condition I
for neat work. Wo repair tho best
and cheapest. For positions leave)
your address wlfli us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO,
F. E. KING'S LIST.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
Five-rooni COTTAGE. King Placo;
LOTS at the Beach; lji jears to run.
uoou Laming. io to iuu per
COTTAGE, barn, bath house, nil now,'
nt the Beach; 1800; terms flOO
down, 1'ilancc, $25 per month on 18
F. E. KING,
Cottage Grove, King Street.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, ore offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house, Wjlllo St., Nuuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
FOUND Insurance against the break-)
"age of pmte irThe IIonoTuhi'
oo 01 piate gl
4uuo.n luimui uq uueuu iiuiu ivmr
.Ine faror. Something new and preity
Tllmiuncj nni.tinft Iia mietml 9 tAnt fAtti I.
In cut or unterlal or trimming contln-
MOT M MM R R HI .
.u wi uintwt u v sis sb uiuiir uni; ,v utui j uu mu ici; uiok uiifi'
unlly cnips up to glo them a ne-v.tunlty nnd relievo her of the already
lease of l'fe. heavy responsibility.
Just now Paris Is rejoicing in n
blouse lovely enough to suit tho most
capricious feminine taste. Many mod
els of these are already to be scon
nnd It won't bo long beforo they w'll
be exploited this side of the watir
They are made entirely of piece laco
either strapped with somo colored ta'.
Mas, or trimmed with somo curlouf
rastern embroideries, which are most
One of these new blouses' wns of
Valenciennes Inco pure whfto In tone.
Tt was, of course, unllned and wai
fastened up the buck. Forming n yuka
from shoulder to shoulder weio a se
ries of strange arabesques cut out of
palest bluo taffetas and dulleiitcly
stitched with odd silken handstltchcs
In tono of palo blue and white. The
long, not very full, sleeves wero also
transparent nnd were adorned with
high wristbands of taffetas arabesquts.
Tiie blouse could bo worn over u slip
either of blue or white taffetas.
Another blouse, which would bo ad
rolrabry Butted to a smnrt brunet'c,
was of rather thick piece Venetian
lace, In a deep yellow shade. It was
also made to fasten at tho back, and In
the front was trimmed with tbiec
pointed lands of Turkish embroidery
in vivid tones of gold, red, black nod
blue, with a few threads of gold Inter
mixed. The bands had presumably
been cut out of one of the Turkish an
timacassars sold by hundred In fancy
shops, and hitherto used only for dec
orative purposes In matters of furnish
ing. But this last winter they, as well
as Albanian embroideries, havo been la
great demand for tho trimming of tea
Until now they have not Been used
In conjunction wltu lace, but ono is
bound to admit that the effect is quite
excellent. Roumanian embroideries
aro also most effective when used in
OH, LET ME LIFT THY VEIL1
Oh, ltrt me lift thy veil, dear brldo!
Oh, left thy veil to mo!
If clouds the fairest moon did hide,
Less fair the moon would bo.
And if the sun be In thy hair,
On sunlight I will llvo;
Or If tho midnight nestle there.
To Night my soul I'll glvo.
Then let mo lift thy veil, dear br'do,
And let mlno eyes declaro
Tho lovo my lips In vain bad tried
To tell thy beauty raro.
James Jeffrey Ilocho, In July
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1
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By GILBERT DAYLE.
ooooxo o o ooxxooooooo o o ooooo
Eleven o'clock was striking as Her
Vev Crossn entered Sir Charles D-irn-
ley's house In Belgravc Square. Hi was
shown Into tho study, where a girl
was sitting by the ftro with a book
open beforo er. He stood on the
threshold smiling at her look of sur-
"Lady Dursley has gone on to tho
Countess of Deckenham's, and snu
asked mo to just look In nnd send blr
Charles on to her there!" he explain
ed. "Has ho come from tho Houso
"No!" sho answered. "8hall I give
him the message when he arrives?"
He stepped Into tho room and shut
"No, I think not," ho said. "Ill wait
-I want to have a talk with jou. My
Bry llalrB makc the situation tenable."
Most peoplo In London knew lli-rvcy
Crosse and liked him. A bnchelor of
38 with a pleasant nature nnd an
ngreeablo tongue, he was welcomo ev-
crywhero. Ho was not rich, and t!tjj
income or eigm nuncircu a year mm no
had Inherited on coming of age had, hn
declared, made him n pauper for life.
It was Just enough to do nothing with.
nml hn 1.1,1 fnllon Intn Inn nnlilt i.f ,'M.
nnd he had fallen Into tho hnblt of t'u
lug tnls with perfect ease.
II, i itntnnrul til. onat nt'nr n nlintp nn I
I.nvn.l Ihn ,.lr1 rrlllrnllf. Khn ,v.. '
.. .. ". . ...... v.... ...
quite j-oung, barely 20 cry pretty.
He shook his head badly nt her.
I've been hearing n terrible necount
of you from your aunt," he snld in a
futherly manner. "Yes," he continued,
tit .. t.. r...tn.. t .. . ... .
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,iutii tuiu uiu tuui juu iiuu ui uiiiuj
riirtiDnil in mn v . nnnir ATtiltnataAT(i H. I
IMUDI.M tu iiiuii; juuiiQ (iiHiiuna t'lwtt-
nss, the wealthy Maltass, the perhaps
not strictly beautiful, but maltass, the
eminently desirable husband for a
"Well. It's quite true, illervcy," said
tho girl quietly.
Ho knew her history well. Her
mother, I.ndy Bursloy's sister, bad been
Indiscreet enough to marry and flnl
complete happiness with an obscuro
country surgeon. She had, however,
died, and a short tlmo ago her husband
had followed her, leaving Effle, their
- ly child, entirely un provided for. As
2061-tf I'-a'iy uursioy saw, it was extremely
li:!nv.n,.i i.. .h i,..i ,in . .1...
I -""-- "-nt ""- "- ..w.. .. ..-
ty more than her dutj-, as she fre
quently assured people. Sho had Ef-
fie up to live with her, and made her
feel acutely her position as a poor re
Inllnn nr1 nlm linl a1ui (X n1f l.ttAH
muwu, uitu diiu huh uidu liiiiiij iiiijri ctfl" I
ed upon her that It was her bounden I
duty to marry on tho ery first opp:ir-l
But. my dear glrI," Hervey Croseo '
remonstrated, "think of the house In
Majfalr, think of being-able to hno.
everything jou can possibly want,
"I ,Wt Invn l,lml ol.l Inn .
m-ison in n im, thnt n,i,ni.t,i nr n
"But your aunt?" ho ventured.
Tho girl stood up beforo him, nnd
ho saw a gleam come Into her eyes.
' That Is already settled there has
been a scene," she said, nnd (hero was
a little tremor In her voice. "Oh, j(.u
must have seen, Hervey. how hateful
it has been here to feel I'm only here
on suffrance. To bo reminded of my
position a dozen times a day!"
He k new It well, and bis heart hnd
often been full of pity for her,
"So now, as I cannot carry out my
aunt's wishes by marrying Mr. Maltass,
I am not going to trespass further on
her generosity," sho continued. "I
feel I have no right here, so I'm going
to leave bo Independent!"
"Great Scott!" ho exclaimed with a
start. "What on earth are you golnr
"Earn my own living. Don't laugh,
Hervey, I'm going to look for a sltuv
tlon as a typist. I've had a little ex
perience, acting1 as secretary to uncle.
And 1 vo arranged to live In rooms
with an old schoolfellow of mine who
Is also In business. She's delighted,
and I go to her tomorrow!"
"Oh, my poor, misguided child get
your living as a typist!" he groaned.
"Supposing you do tan j-ou fancy get
ting up at an ugly hour, having jour
breakfast In an ugly room In an ugly
suburb, and bussing it down to an ugl
llttlo office and every day In the year.
But she only smiled serenely,
"I shall be Independent!"
Ho looked nt tho slight figure drawn
proudly up to Its full height, the girl
ish face set In determination,
"It's grotesque!" he grumbled out
he had never admired her more.
She sat down quietly, and drew her
chair quite close to his.
"Now, Hervey, bo a nlco old dear,
nnd give mo your advice," she tn'd
"Toko It marry Maltass!" ho saU,
weakly, "Oh, that top of a bus In tho
raw hours of the morning!" he added
with a shiver
"Awful healthy!" sho comment 2d
cheerfully. Then sho unfolded a paper
before his gaze. "Look here I've cop
led these addresses of typowrltlig
firms from a directory. I'm going lo
call on (hern ono after another tumor,
row morning. Can you tell me any.
thing about them?"
"Sheer madness I" he growled, talc
Ing tho paper from her. "Mrs. Mlnter,
In Peel street, eh? Well, she's n nlco
woman; typod th- manuscript of div
book of poirai. 'You might try Lor
"Oh, 1 will that's capital," she crlld
eagrly, making a ptntll mark again t
"But It can't b- done." he broke out.
"You'll iifer be aBIo to pull It off. And
the life "
"Will be Just splendid'" she answer
ed. "I tfll jou I mean to succeed!"
"And If jou fall?" be said, looking
straight at her.
He saw her under lip tremble slight-lj--
"You will not htar of It!" she replied
IbrftUly. "You belong to the life left
But you will be one of Its
pleasant nvinorlesl" she added with n
He stood looking at her with a queer
fetllng in his heart. The Bound of tl
hall door oppnlng broke upon their
cars. She held out her hand to him.
"There's Sir Charles! Oood-b,
Hervey. for the last time. Wish me
I ..,.. ,. mumulp(p lnMnB ,,,,
VooTIIUle hand between his. Good-liy.
.then, nnd the bf-rt of luck nil the way!
'be added, ghlng her fingers a squeeze.
,. . . .... . .... ..., ..
' "l "" Ul ill- IIU.I uilll ur
his hat nnd coat and vanished through
the door. Th- girl pnnk down Into tin
Iclialr with somt Thing like a sigh
I Hervy Croe pare his message lo
Sir Charles, then parted from him and
w'ir iiD j wain iu uid unu luutur
frt fill,, ll. n l.n vkl r lil Ar m
Somehow he did not feel Inclined for
., , t . .
"A loafer, Hervey with not n slngiu
day; work to jour credit how sho
must dtsplse yoiil" he soliloquised.
"And I've let her go out Into the wotld
utterly Inexperienced, to try to cam
her own Ihlng! And If she comes a
cropper, none of us will know. Good
Lord I" be added, with a sigh.
He eat far into tho night thinking.
"No, she shan't come a cropper If 1
can help It," he cried, as at length ho
rowed himself nnd prepared for bed
Shortly after 12 o'clock tho next
"'' "" J ""' " '"'
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. She was visibly excited- and
there was a smiling look of triumph in
her ejes. She met a red-hatred girl In
the passage who ttared at her curious
ly. "Hae you got the place that was va-
M . . . afL.1
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'' ' '""" c,'"t '" "
tone 1 f
i".'re' .. .
. ,' was B,ft'r ". mM,lfl
" answered tro
f'r'' , lltT.'
carefully and much mended gloves.
"Oh, I'm so sorry!" sold Efflo sym
pathetically. "RUl you will soon git
another. Why, this is the first place
I've tried, and they engaged me right
' YC ",VU- ""'
"" So thfru must b plenty of others
to be had!"
The red haired
girl gave n linrJ
"Yes, I exp-et fo!" she said ungrv
Three weeks passed, and tho new
life eeemfd spl-ndld. Efflo worked
hard at learning her nuslness, revellol
In her Independence, and considered
herself lucky In the extreme. Some
times she thought of Hervey.
"And he said I couldnl do It." sho
said, Jingling the two sovereigns sho
had received as the result of hr
One evening, a few days later, ill
leaving business, she camo across tho
i Walter Baker
& Co.'s ?
I CHOCOLATES i
For eating, drinking, and cooking.
PURE, DUICIOUS, NUTRITIOUS.
WAkTBR BAKIn A OO. LTD.
Rrnlfil (Vm. I.? Ik. tini.
I CaVer'i Chocotatef onswectened), 1-2 Ib.ciVet.
bcrain sl twttlJlt, l-l it, met,
ron sale by LCADiNoanoccns.
I WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S. A.
O O OXOe0
red-haired girl again. She seemed
more dejected and looked tired.
"Any luck jet?" cried Efflo brightly.
The girl shook her head. '
"I've tried everywhere," she answer
ed sulleniy "And I've had five j-ears
experience of the business!"
But I can t understand how I ?
"I tan'" said the red-haired girl with
u short Uuh
'Whit do jou mean? nsked Effle
The red-hilred girls eyes flashed
"ij you think that Mrs. Mlntcr could
afford to gtve you 2 a week jou, a
beginner. without any experience.
Why, the best of us can't earn that.
You're IucIt to have a gentleman
friend thaT all!
"A gentleman friend?" she cried,
Effle stared blankly at her.
"Yes " said the red-haired girl de
fiantly "I was after the place, and
wnB In the waiting room early In tho
morning when he called I overheard
him make the arrangement with Mr..
Mlnter, He's paying jour salary out
0 his own pocket 1( doesn't come nut
of hers. A tall man. with nn eyeglaso
and an Iron mustache. If It hadn't
been for you I should have had the
place. Mrs. Mlnter half promised It tj
A mist came over Effle's eyes as It
all dawned on her. The disappo la
ment was keen humiliating. She bit
her lip and turned to the girl.
"Thank you for telling me," she said
In a quick, uervous little tone. "If I
were you should call on Mrs. Mlnier
tomorrow morning jou may get tho
place otter all."
Without waiting for a reply, she hur
ried acroi4 the road and jumped on an
omnibus which would take her to tho
suburb nt which sho lived. She mount,
ed to the top and sat on the back ecu.
Tho coot evening air meeting her face
was a relief
A man cime up and seated himself
besldo her She glanced at him In
wonder as all the other seats were itn
occupied. Then sho uttered a little ex
clamation as she caught sight of the
"1 saw you get on, so followed you
How does the new life go Is It a suo
cess?"he asked cheerfully.
"Hervey I've Just found out how
could you do It?" she cried, witu a low
He did not answer.
"Wiiy did you do It?" she demandeJ
"Oh I couldn't bear to think of vnur
ailing that's all!" ho stammered
Something In his tone made her tin a
and glance at him curiously, and, In
that second she knew! Ho saw a lit
tlo flush spread over her cheek, and
his heart bounded.
"By the waj" ho marked quite In
consequently "Lord Dcckcnham has of
fered me the secretarj'shlp of a benev
olent Institution It would mean about
four hundred a year on to my private
means, "Wouldn't It bo a quaint Idea
for 1110 to work, cut going out so much,
nnd settle say, in a little house In
Richmond? Do jou think It would bo
good for me"
Ho saw her turn her head slowly,
and tholr ejes met. Tho tears were
glistening on the lashes, but and thin
is a point to be noted sho was smll
Ing! Presently the conductor camo up to
them. The 'bus had rambled on to a
region quite unknown to Hervej'.
"Your ticket only took you to Pair,.
dlse Corner you reached that five
minutes ago," he announced severely.
Hervey glanced nt Effle.
"Why so wo did Just about five
minutes ago'" he added In a tone ct
TWO WEEKS' SUMMER VACATION.
Dust breathed In on Il.Il lib. 4 oz.
Averngo number of hours' Bleep per
Number of miles danced 40
Cost of one S-lncb trout $S
Number of square meals 0
Fly bites 98
Other bites 980
Sworo at bed 14 times
Cream tasted None
Hotel bill $8U
Total number of shirtwaists exam
At a distance ., 10
Near to 7
Very close to 4
Oolf balls lost 21
One engagement ring (total loss).. $31
'Nnmtinr nt uniiL'i I nniinnrnt Inir e
She (In hammock) Well, sir, tkero's
such n thing as coming too near
I Ho Would jou rather I went too
far? Smart Set.
KELLETT A RODIN80N Attorney-at-Law;
Booms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phono Main 163.
F. M. DROOKSAttorney; rooms 8-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
aumanu 8t; Tel. S81 Mala
J, M. DAVIDSON Attornoyat-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
UcDONALD & LANQSTON Contract
ore and Builders; 1U8 Union St
BICYCLE REPAIRINQ. I
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Brokerj-room
4, Sprechels bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
1 and whips; Bcretanla near Fort St.
THT KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores
23 Vt Hotol St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber-
etanla ana Miller; nours v 10 1.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Gas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 131$
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, Cllto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCF.L DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkga. called for and del'd.
HARNE88 AND SADDLERY.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.ass table board. Mra. liana,
TH08. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St; Lore
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL ME8SENGER 8ER
VICE Union St nr. Hotel.; Tel.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Lovo bldg.
will hold summer term during July
and August. 2200-lf
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Bereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Roofs studio; Tel. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co.; J. S. Ellis, Mgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio. Love bldg. Fort St
Telephone Main 231, ,
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
hldg.: Tel. 2fi4 Main.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sant-
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. 8LOQQETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DRS WM. G. ROGERS Eyo. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakoa St.
REAL ESTA'I E.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Real Estatf
handled to best advantage; house
rented; loans negotiated; money l
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Blix'ki 316 Fort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St, nr. Nu
uanu. Felt Btraw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
palrlnx; Elks bldg, 616 Miller St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
SUGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
8CENERY. BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
-HIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage:
Agt Wilder and Jnter-Hland.Tol. 113
BI8MARCK STABLE8 CO, LTD.
Walluku MauL New vehicles, live k
stock. Prices reasonable. Cur- -rlagcs
attend arrival and departure
of all regular stoaracrs at Kabul jl
and Maalaea Bay.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Teiepnono no. izi.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. JJ.
Olsen, 'Manager. ,
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul.
WAILUKU HOTEL Walluku. Ooo.
B. Schracder, prop. Fine grounds I
and best accommodations. $2.00 per 7
Q. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey
ances, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
Elizabeth, N. J, July 8. Former
Governor Voorhces and Domlnto LaU
cy of Cranlord took part in a row to
night at a meeting In Cranford of the
Board of Education. Thcro was a dis
cussion of tho charges of favoritism
against Principal Thomas, of the pub
lic schools, whom a number of the par
ents of tho town havo been trying to
oust. When a Now York lawyer ur
ralgncd him, Thomas, at one of the
charges, shouted, "You aro a Han"
Tho lawyer Jumped over a table and
passing several of thoso present grab
bed Thomas by tho throat. Domlnlo
Lnkcy and Governor Voorhees sprang
forward to restrain, tho enraged man
and pandemonium reigned.
President Plaumo pounded with Ills
gavel. Many of the women of Cran
ford who were present screamed,
Chairs wero overturned and tho meet
ing for several moments was broken
Mr. Voorhces shouted, ','Fle, lor
shame!" and tho dominlq shouted to
the belligerents, "Desist, desist!"
Lawyer Wilbur of New York tried
to get tho combatants apart, and with
tho help of all concerned they wero
finally separated, but tho board forgot
to give Its decision as to whether
Thomas should bo retained.
Night Is approaching. Tho outlines
of tho furnlturo grow vaguo and the
pattern of tho wall paper Is dim nml
haiy. It Is tlmo for mo to take ray nj
customed position for my nightly
watch. I dread to leavo tho warm I
brary and Its glowing grato fire, to go
Into tho chilling nlr. It Is an uncom
fortable, wintry evening. Tho electric
light makes tho trees cast queer, weird
shadows. I do not Hlco thorn. .
For four nights now I havo taken this
same path, at tho samo hour, to the
door of her home. Tho past offnrtu
hnvo been fruitless. I havo not seen
or heard a sign of her. She has prol
ably been warned of my Intentions. If
I could sco her ojily'for a minute, I:
would all bo ovcrvbcforo slio rfallzcd
It. She would not suffer long.' Hark!
Is It sho? No, It Is only, tho leave
How tho wind moans! Wu'at a night
It Is! Everything Is so quiet and qucct
In tho fading light It qulto unnerves
me. Listen! I hear her coming; It's t
sho at last. Llttlo docs sho know I am )
her. Sho Is coming to tho door. Now
sho Is looking out Can she eco muY
No; sho's stopping out on tho grass.
Now Is my opportunity.
I wonder If that foolish mouse
thought I, my mistress's pet cat, vftA
not to he feared. Ethel Wlnans, In
Honolulu Investment Co
Real Estate and
A.V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt
W. G. Ashley Mudltcra
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