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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, AUG. 23d, 1M2.
May Succeed General Miles
Jealousy Rankles at Preference
Story of Thatcher's Woe
WW. GEN. SAMUEL
The recent changes In the Army make General Samuel II M Young
the senior Major General As such he Is dlr.cll In line to succeed Lie)
tenant General Miles as the head of the United States Arm As Gen.-rai
Young .&ij.ts high In favor of the adit nlstraticn -ml enjujs the person il
friendship of the President there l! g.oJ reason to suppose that linmenl
ately upon Mile s retirement he will step Intc the vacancy
Ping-pong Balls Used
In England as Post-Cards
Liverpool postmen have recently
been Id a state bordering on dlstr.i
tlon, sas Tit Bits Some foolish per
son In that city Inaugurated a new
fashion of using ping pong balls as
postcardB. The balls wete stamped,
an address written under the stamp,
nnd the message scrawled on the rnt
of the surface. The fashion spreaj
rapidly, and the pillar boxes becamu
full of these missives which, frori arrived from the Urltlsh army In
their shape, gave the unfortunate pojt-l South Africa One of the commonest
men and postofllce officials an cnor-ihas been mealle leaves. "Mealtc' Ik
ruous amount of trouble At last the the South African name for malzi.
authorities were forced to Intervene, limine! the maize cob growB a numbei
and it Is now contrary to the regula-.of strong enveloping sheaths whlcn,
lions to use the little globes of cellu- when dry turn to a pale jellow color
lold for postal purposes and can be written upon
Among these Idle people who wasto J After Colenso there was found
their superfluous energies In testing grasped In the stiffened hands of 4
the forbearance of the postal officials dead toldler a piece of leather with 3
Is a Southampton man whose favontw d'ng message scrawled upon It wltn
form of missive used to be a postage n stump of pencil It was a lujer of
stamp Hut, as he wrote the addreis the sole of the dead man's boot, vvbica
en the face of the stamp, the autborl 'had probably been loosened with
ties decided that they were not bouujjmuch marching and which he 'mil
to deliver them It was probably tho 'contrived to rip off It safely reached
tame perton who afterwards posted a the poor fellow s family In I'ngland
complete pack of placing cards, cam j From the Philippines, too, some cu
neatly addretsid on the back, but rlous letters have been received b Mi'
with no message whatcei on the col .friends of American soldiers flghtluj
ored Elde. I in those Islands One of the most lu-
Dank notes have been emploed as genlous was a piece of nathe baml cj.
writing paper more than once by e.x- .about a foot long on which an nddrihs
travagant or foolish persons Among
the effects of an Exeter miser, who letter was Inside this hollow tube, anil
died about fifteen ears ago, was held there b wooden pins at each end
found a 4.5 note on which the deceat- The writer explained that he had found
td bad written directions as to the J!- it Impossible to get an envelope or tn
posal of his property At Hampstead find an gum to make one,, so had I,
there lived, until recently, a wealth sorted to this expedient
b Ba Pa Ps Rs pb P r Pa fs ie m vn Rt na p- na Pa rx pb r-o Pa p na p-
THE TRIBUTE OF TOMMY
The tropshlp s In the 'arbor,
And we are bound for ome,
And once we land on our native
We 'opes no more to roam
We've 'ad enough of fighting";
But afore we leave the shore,
A cheer well raise for the good olJ
Wo spent with Brother Uocr!
Wf admit when first we met 'lm
That we was not Impressed
With 'is bloomlu gun, e could shoot
And 'e put us to the test, ,
But when we got to know lm,
We learned to like Is wa8,
Except when e ad an idea bad
Of snlpln orf our da
E. C. WILLIAMS
1120 FORT STREET
3. M.YOUNG .
bachelor of whom It was said that be
once wrote a proposal of marriage to
a lady on the back of a 50 note, and
because It was tent back without .1
word of comment by the recipient ic
fused ever afterwards to have any
thing to do with the fair six.
Writing paper, or. Indeed, paper of
an kind Is usuall) at a premium
among soldiers on ucthe servlc.
Many ver curious substitutes have
I had been carved with a penknife. 'lh
'E alius was a lln'
Be Ind some bloomln' 'ill,
And ed blaze away in a mannei
And e alius shot to kill!
But when e found ou wounded
In a trench, after the fight,
Yotid be tnug till dawn In Is blan
And ed nurse ou 'arf the night
And now that h'lt s all h'over
And we' ave beat 'lm fall,
We d like to tell what we know rlsh".
We alius found lm square.
And when It comes to 'eroes,
In this bloody, blarsted war,
In the All of Tamo 0ull find the
Of Mr Bloomln' lloer'
dney Hoe in Washington Times.
OFFICII OI'UN DAV AND MGIIT.
Fine caskets, shrouds nnd robes
of every description.
First-class fimbalmer Irom S. F.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
TEL, MAIN 179.
Theie s Thatchers across Hie bay,
ml said an old man and while we're
tmaklug f r it 111 till oil Its stor
II c heard It many times nnd I e seel
the hardest and tin boldest bow In lev-
n m i as thev llstned to the lesson
.r thi wml f the Conflduice and of
tin -aith (f 1'arson Averv
In tm . hlldbond of our eountrj the
Itn luhn rv inrai from WIltBtilto.
Ing i Hi. ..ttlfimm at Newbury,
upon tin ihutin mission of preaching ,
tn. m -i 1 Mis wife and six children
a , mp-tiiKd Mm nml th.v i ttlcd
n in a honn ns comlurtniiU as
,,.,ll b. ...mil in the nidi .oi.ntij of
I lie n. nIM. r laiiorcil nam Ills " me sin was me iuii uiinwi.
g. I works t mini widely known and "The waxes dash.d upon tho four,
li. was .ailed bv the hanh tlsh.rimn eager to drag them to the depths be
ef Marblehead So In August 11,35 he low The weie weakened nigh unto
1 . aided the tnum h pinnace tonll ehaustlon, and In mortal pull in tho
jil.n.e whl.h piled among the const set Wlde, blnek horlrnneil ocean Minister
tl.in.nts b.tween Iloton nnd IMscata Aerj raised his ees tnwnnl the hea
'qua to sail to Marbleh.ad He was en above the angr clouds, nnd like
aciompanled b his fnmllv and his sweet note' nboe loud discord lose
loiisln Anthoti) Thatcher, and wlfe'ls gentle olce in praer 'Lord, i
and four children cannot challenge a preservation of ni)
, It was one of the... Ideal August llfe- b,lt nonllnB to Th coNenant I
Idacs that make a man rejolct to live challenge heaven The sen engulfol
when the Conndence sailed down In lllm cten ns ll1' 8Pkc "a,",1 '"
with bav 1 he rugged guen coast and "-'Bh and pence, and the sailor man,
tin sun sinking to a golden red be I ih ,ln hls ltat P"11"- rememhe.s
seemed to bid an affectionate good by ,lc fn,t1' of 1,arson M nnt) er
to the departing compan The were
iiound for thnt port which ma we all
rea.h but the knew It not and were
The wind blew fresh fiom the
southward during the da and It In
creased with th coming of night an 1
the pinnace was unable to round Cape
nn Kor two long das the boat made
a gallant struggle against eontrar
winds and night coming on. and tho
wind fieshenlng to a gale the captain
hove over anchors to ride out the
"It wns a wild and black night for
Ipswich ba The IIMIe boat was toss-
ed about on the grcaTwaves like a leaf
in the wind Not a sound was heard
but the angry roar of the sea Not a
thine was seen but the vnwnlng waves.
oooooo o o ooooooooooo o oooooo
By hOLMAN F. DAY.
Ob bait your hook and find a brook
Where the water runs like tunket,
Then catch a trout and flam It out
And In your basket plunk It
From "Angle Worm Lyrics, ' by
Lero T Carleton
Had we moderns gone fishing with
Isaak I'm referring to Walton,
If we had gone bobbing with Isaak tn
the placid old da8 long ago,
Had we set h his side with our ciucs.
tlons while we sllshed at tho
breast of the brook.
We'd have wormed some additional
knowledge that alas, we don t llcul
In his book
Now Isaak Is sound In his logic his
philosoph) s dc p and it's broad.
His talks upon moials and ethics we
all of us trul applaud,
HIb pointers on bream, carp and sal
mon no modern Informant can
But he lacks a few nuggetB of leun
Ing to make his famed "Angl r
He gives us a solace foi woiry, for
cark and for eaie and for fiet,
He shows us benignity's pathwa, 011
dueling awa Irom regret.
But the man lamentuble dangers elf
an up to date fisherman a lot
Old Isaak In some, wa or othir up
pearB to have vvholl forgot
And I trust that this bod assembled,
the good and effective and wise.
Will forthwith appoint some commit
tees to take Isaak's book and re
For Instance time's nothing In Wal
ton lo settle the natuial doubt
Of an nnglcr lost northwest of No
here, feet wet and the mm given
Not mine Is the piovince to name him
the man lor this dillcnle tusk,
I will U list to our caielul disc rctloii
as to whom nu ma final! ask
But or all the a'.ullublc timber ou
ma find on the candidates' shelf,
I hope ou will nominate some one
who has been in that double li Ira
I will fiinte fiom a beautiful ballai
that Is warbled by Uncle Bill
And 'twill show ou the woe I lefer In,
lis named 'When the Hum llu.i
'Oh, hone bunch of buidock an' the
fun gone up the spaout,
An' a double dose o' tiouble when the
nun glv s nout
Oh we re flft miles from uouheiu and
lort miles from hind
With the skeitcis vunpin' niund us
till they sound like Su'x bund
The nlnt aliald o' plsi n and tney
bites us where the likes,
I'Ih y u spi as I01k.il lightning an
the hnln t theie when uc strikes
But when i has oiu whisk un tho
bllcH t they fall dead,
Oi the bites hu gits a jag on, the u e
kuu. lv em In the head
Oh Its eas flghtln 'skeeteiB when
11111 mm Is good an stuout,
But the II gnaw e Into shoestliugs
if the rum gi h nout
Tldcedledl there huln t no doul t
Ye dont git fun a llvln' wheu tb
rum glv a aout
Thntcher's then bore no guldlnc; bca
cons The anchors dragged The
children (lathered In terror about their
parents He not afraid m little
ones,' genth spohe the minister. 'He
who ralmed the sea at (lalllio watches
our its' a flHhlng essel bound to Marblt heart
'Clash' The pinnate stunk upon n saw their signal of distress toward
sunken ledge Mlnlitcr Ave rv, his eld nightfall and took them nboard
cnt son Mr Tluitchei and Ills .laugh "Ilefore lenvlng Mr Thatcher cnlled
t.r w cue Inn led Into the sea The 10 Manii Thatchers Woe, and the
were tossed about b the tempest un .i,,m,ra Court nHerwards granted It to
til the felt n wave washed rock be '), , ,--, ln coonnl R(,vcrnment
n. ath their feit 1lu climbed upon U(, ,,, nuthouses upon It Mr and
this unceitaln footing The cnlled to j , B Thatcher s( ttled down in Yar
those In the pinnace to come and ,,.,, nn, tmo nm, nRan Mmp
share their sluider hope but the volco,)0r oncn manli. the toid their stor
'Mr. Thateher was swept fiom the
rock, too Ho battled the singes and
at last felt a sloping beach beneath
him He scrambled ashore and knelt
down and gave thanks to God for his
.""ell - ance. Then he looked about to
,8te wnat mRht ',0
I "Fragments of the pinnace were com
Ing ashore AmonR some timbers,
tossing up nnd down, he caught jt,
glimpse of a woman b dress He waded
.out, and found his who clinging to a
plank. She was alive, and he bore her
to land. In n sheltered spot he light
,ed a fire from the flint nnd gunpowder
which his knapsack kept elr, and the
crouched down In Itr warmth
' "When the morning sun broke
IF WE HAD GONE
'Oh, once theie was a fishln' ctaowd
up to Lobster lake
An fust that they was know In' theio
warn't a thing to take.
They started Zek'l Piper aout to fetM
n Juco' rum
An' he hoofed It clear to Greenville.
then he hoofed It back, by gum.
He bad a Jug o' liekei, ntotln' on his
But Zek'l wasn't feelln' skcraely fit ta
walk a cracK.
Soon'a the fellers see'd him comln', a-
liumpin' up the trail,
Ev'r bod hollered sob to give oil
.eke a hall
Zek'l tried to brace hlssclf to send et.i
back a jolt.
But dnown the critter tumbled Hat an'
bust that Jog lo well.
It's an awful solum feelln' wh.ii our
lips uli In n pauut
All lead for a hl'sler an' the mm
Tldcedledl, theie haln t no doubt
It Is mighty tedious llvln' when the
nun hU'h aout."
Had we onl gone tlshing with Isaak
wed have got him to 1 ai .'fully
Just hon many times he'd ndise us
to pull up and spit un the bnlt
Of course, hcie la King and here's Car
leton who nic posted In fulr.uli
Hut think of tho fads we'd dlscoei
Just Isaak off fishing and w )'
A He Ib like llquoi and mellows, em
bnlmcd in the amhei of cars
And at last e'en the veriest skeptic te
finlns from his scofflngB and jeers
lust think of the sort of iceeptlon that
a iiimpledup husband would y
With u stor) like Jonah's In 1 1 1 -s ..
daB to account foi the way he'd
And the lest of the Scilptuiul stoilcs
though uccepted us Gospel O K
Need all the sanction of ages to uiac
Hit m pass muster today
No If wed been fishing with iHank I.
those halcyon hioohxldcs of old,
Out Mtoiles b this time, I leekon
would hae llpened Just light to
Viiil the matteiR that Caileton ami
Stanley and lllng hae act foi th in
The things the allege In the papuis
Id have caught heie and theie on
111. li hooks,
The jiiiiis of the Klnco luuugi ib told
)oii In the llicllght's glow.
'I hut set e'en the chlmnc) to gasping,
as up with the smoke wicathu thev
'1 liuae Minis so I 5ielulrr tunii ,
will Just ubuiit glow to be tine,
If the te not nipped b Hosts In th"
meantime lung soniewhcic lwo
Tlioiiaiind mid Two,
And tin 11 mil Home otbei swift slug.'r
In- atiiiidliig light heio in tnls
Uliiulug the ductus and spondees tn
til. Mi fiom out of lilts face,
iid hu will he hailing tin Union of
these dnB us absolute tiuth
And bet mine h has livid In )eais 'a
tci lull icck with leglet mil
with 1 nth
Hell sing of theli noble achievements
us the lyiu he g.-ntly will touch,
I refer to the lute, not tho llai
not to lieniy, Leroy or such
ll.ru I pause to quote lines from a
through (he clouds they fonnil them
'seivcs on a barre nlsland. The shoro
was near, but Its people were the sav
ngcB of the forest. Two long dajB'of
ptlvntlon they spent on the Island,
and, ns If In answer to their praers,
'Yes, lad, those lights guldo many n
good Khlp to n safe harbor, nnd tho
nicmor of Parson Avery Is a beacon
for many a soul at sea. If any oe
should nsk ou, lad, why the bravest
kl J& .? 4 11 , "t i?aSfn&t y
The proposed appointment of Commander Illchard Walnwrlght to .omnnnd the battleship Alabama la causing
a stiong undeicurrent of dissatisfaction In naval circles. The Alabama Is one of the largest battleships In the
I nlled States Nav nnd to be her commander Is, theiefore, considered one of the choice plums of the service. To
give Walnwrlght this post It will be necesar to promote him to the rank of Captain Naval men state that there
are several existing captains whose claims to the post are much greater than that of Walnwrlght. President Hoos
eelt, however. Is a great admirer of that officer nnd this explains the Navy Department's action as being "for
the best Interests of the service."
sailors come from the cape, telljlhem
It's because they learned the story of
Parson Aver) In their childhood
davs 'Boston Herald.
ballad that Is carolled by Uncle
Who has told many stories of fishing
but was never yet caught In a lie.
'Fort seven horn paouts sozzled In a
If a hook Is poked In an nngleworm
he don't know what to do
Used to beau the gals around when I
was In my prime,
I tuk a gal to catch some fish once
upon a time;
Gal she eotched n lamper eel nearly
thiowed a fit,
Had to hold her In the bot she wantel
bo to quit.
When 1 baited up ag'ln she thought she
she had a bite.
Let a squeal an' yanked the pole an
hooked me good and tight.
Never noticed what Bhe'el done for she
wns BOit o' blind,
She hooked me In the shoulder blade,
01 somewhcreB there behind,
She ripped and yanked and Jerked and
hauled an' then she squealed
An' I sot down and grabbed the oais
an' humped mBelf for shore.
Sns Bhe, 'Haow much d'e s'poso he
weighs?' Says 1, 'Ye'd understand
If )c was a man an' wanted to fight
an' I had u aout on land.'
Oh, feedledee an' feedll dl, If ever o
have the chance
To take a gal on n fishln' trip, put on
0iu lion pants.
"Ynller perch an' sculplns, dogfish,
sharks an' skate,
1'Ik m'a the kind of critters that Is nl
Iiih gnawln' bait.
IV lie 1 daown In our place he was a
1 at ted fool,
Nevei seemed to know a thing
couldn't stay In school,
Used to hang around the store ar,J
hear the codgers talk,
lllggei lies that they would tell th
more the crltter'd gawk
Hi cid 'em say that Belscbub would
keteh mean Cephas Walto
11 slmpl tiggln' tackle with a copper
cent lor bait.
I'eller got a line an' cent an' humpel
il daown the road,
ii' Jigged the cent aerost tho fenco
whole Uncle Cephas hoed,
Unth; Ccphe put on his specs an
when he see d the cent
He up ,tn' run, an' fuel he run an' oil
they tore hell bent.
Tool ho went an' stubbed his toe -
wub cluniB on the wing
An' Uncle Cephe put out his foot an
coin se he biuk' the string
Tu.kcd the cent daown In his Jeans
1111' then went back an' hoed,
n fool went howlln like a loon in
bell tin' daown the road
lo ev 1 crlttet th.it he see he hon led
that C pluis Walte
Ind bit all light, hut got awa) with
hlukci, hook an bait
Oh in die die un ftcdledum Jit
hem inu Uncle Kre
Unless jour tackles stiong
tnoiigh ve hadn t better tr
Dun t fish toi II til 01 fish for cash 01
fish lm place or fame
Oukrs .)Ui line Is strong enough to
hold an' left the tame
I'm plu hook folkB that fish for
whales will find as sure as Tate,
In bus'ness wa)s or politics
they're simply waibtin' bait"
West Franklin, Me.. July 3 A
month ago Capt. Harold Hardlson sold
out a controlling share In his sblV and
returned to his farm near the village
to try his luck In making butter and
breeding trotting horses. Among the
first tasks to be undertaken was the
removal of some unsightly boulders
from the back pasture lot. Capt. Har
dlson had a faint memory of hearing
bis grandfather tell him that one ot
these boulders had fallen to his pasture
Irom the sky In 1639, and It was parti
to Investigate this stone that be under
took a clearing up operation In the
The men worked for several da si
before they unearthed the alleged me
teor. When It was exposced to view
the found It had a metallic glaze on
the surface, so that nothing but a dla-.
mond drill could penetrate to the In
side. After a week of hard drilling
dnamlte was Inserted and the stone
was split Into a score of pieces.
While Capt. Hardlson Is not a geolo
gist, he believes that the story bis
grandfather told him was true. Tha,
outside of the stone to a depth of nearly I
a foot Is composed of nickel steel, so
hard that little rust has peentrated
be ond an Inch or two. Inside this.
Meet crust Is n flint schistose ledge, I
very hard and crusted on the outside'
with minute brilliants Below are
some of the strangest fossil remains 1
that have yet come to light
The schist matrix contalnn a large
bed of oster zhells, which have been
shucked out and lie In a heap on one
side Nearby are articles which resem-'
ble bowls of crockery, badly rusted1
and crumbling but. still retaining their ;
original shape. Near the howls are
f-cvcrnl Implements made of silver.
which look very much like ordlnar
dessert spoons, and close at hand are.
fossil remains of wist seem to be ex-'
tlnct o)ster crackers and cucumber
This has caused Capt Hardlson to
believe that he has made a most lm-.
portant scientific uiscovery He nas
decided that he has unearthed the pal
eontological remnants of a church
oyster 6upper, which was given on
tome planet extinct ages ago His
theory is that a swift comet or other
cosmic wanderer struck the planet at
the time the church supper was ready
to be served, smashing the orb Into
millions of fragments and sealing up
F you continually have pain in ihe back, loInE.
sides or lower part of the bowels your kidneys
are diseased. Just how bad depends on how
long you have had these pains and how much
ypu have neclected them. There is no class
of complaints which cause so much misery
us uiuic ciuc iu uiscaicu Kidneys, including
backache, lumbago, sciatica, diabetes, Bright's disease,
lmflammation of the bladder, gravel and womb disorders
and uterine troubles in women.
RESTORES DISEASED KIDNEYS
It's a sure and speedy cure for all disorders of the kidneys.
It cleanses and enriches the blood, restores the decay,
stimulates and enlivens the vital organs and restores energy,
strength and the vigor of health to the entire system.
Head this man's convincing story :
, "My wife was
bedridden with Kidney troubles and two doctors gave her
up. I got her to take Kickapoo Indian Sagwa and it re
lieved her at once. By the time she had taken It two
months she was entirely cured and 1 thank God she Is In
excellent health today. If anyone doubts the above write
to me at Ridgeway, Mo. and I will gladly answer all ques
tions and make an affidavit, if it is desired, as I want to
help anyone afflicted as my wife was." Lemuel Franz.
HODRON DRUG COMPANY
an Oyster Supper
every portion with nickel steel solder.
After wandering through space for
an unknown time this particular frag
ment came within the Influence of the
sun. While making its regular rounds
about that orb it ran too near the
earth, was deflected from IU courro
and went down Into the elder Hardl
son's sheep pasture. Capt. Hardlson
advances the theory as a good work
ing hypothesis to account for the pres
ence of the strange fossils la the me
teorite And, says he, scientific men
who wish to follow up his investlga
Hole may utilize his Idea with or with
out giving credit.
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