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STORKS-On Fort Street, opposlto
WAIinUOUSES On Queen Street.
Improved and Unimproved Proper
Houses In alt parts of the City.
BISHOP & CO.,
Two modern two-story houses, on KI
nau street; mosquito proof; clcrtrin
light and servants' quartets. Rent
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A cool, airy niosqiilto-proof room with
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Nicely furnished room In private fam
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Furnished room In prlvato family. All
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pal between Lunalllo St.
E-Room furnished cottngo at Cottage
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-room cottage, 325 Vineyard St near
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For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
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CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Wing Chong, cor. King and Bethel,
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In fnrnlturo; manufacture all kinds
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Umbrellas repaired and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St
A big stock of cigars, has been bought
from the American and Theobald
and Oppenhelmer Cigar Co.'s. To
mnko room for this new stock, I will
for the next CO days sell cigars, nuw
In stork, by the box for less than
cost. Over 100,000 cigars nro ou
sale. All tho lending brands of G
cent cigars will bo sold from J1.C0
to $3.60 per 100; 10-cent clear Ha
vana cigars from $3.50 to JC.O0 per
100. Myrtle Cigar Store, T. J. Fit
patrick, prop., Fort St.
Two houses and tot, 100 x 130, at Ka
palania, near Kalulanl School, for
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Joining same. At a Dargatn. P. E.
. Strauch, Walty Bldg, No. 74 King
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
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College. Address XL F., this office.
Sterling Hawaiian souvenir spoons.
Dig assortment of different designs
to select from. Dloti. Fort St.
Soun water nnd nil the latest drinks.
Hawaiian So J a Works, 1125 Emma
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Fine men's suits made to order In nil
styles. V. L. I.ung, 1018 Nuunnu,
necr King. 3124-tf
Chickens, $12 per doz; 2 good cows.
Address Mrs. C Rhodes, Wnhlnwa.
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. S. K., llullctln.
I A dark-gray overcoat, neat Moana Ho-
: tpl nn Mnmlnv Rnnf. Jth Plmtni.
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V. T. Rawlins, Attorney and Counsel-lnr-at
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3S5. Hns changed his office hours
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grounds; separate cottages. Hourly
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cases a specialty. Surgical supplies.
Tourists accommodated. 1C01 Pros
Attlcles of dress nrc now being ex
tensively made of glass. A Venetian
manufacturer Is turning out bonnets
by the thousand, the glass cloth of
which they nro composed having the
same shimmer nnd brilliancy of color
as silk, and, what Is n great advantage,
being Impervious to water. The spun
giass, when soiled, Is simply brushed
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Piano taught In 6 months by experi
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special attention to adult beginners.
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See John M. Martin for painting and
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Tel. 3131 White. 3097
8eo Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening ot
Fine Cutlery, Rear Union Grill.
Wing Hlng Draylng Express and Bal
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J CTf "Return of
By A. CONAN DOYLE,
Author of "The Adventure! of Sherlock tlolmes.-
"The Hound of the UKkervlllei. "The Sltn
of the Four." "A Study In Seirlet." Etc.
VKc Advesvtvre of
No. 10 of the Scries
(Continued from Saturday)
j-ne mark which he was examining
begnn tiixin the brasswork on the right
hand side of the keyhole nnd extended
for nbout four Inches, where it liail
scratched the arnlsh from tho surface.
"I notlceil it, Mr. Holmes, but you'll
nlwnys find scratches round n key
hole." "This It recent, quite recent. Pro how
the brass Million where It Is cut. An
old scratch would be tho xnmo color nt
the surface. Look nt It through my
lens. There's tho vnrnlsli. too, llko
earth on each side of n furrow. Is Mr.
A snd faced elderly woman enmo In
to the room.
"Did you dust this bureau yestenlay
"Did yo;i notice this scratch?"
"No, sir; I did not."
"I nm suro you did not, for n duster
would hac swept nwny these shreds
of varnish. Who has tho key of this
"The professor keeps It on hli watch
"Is It n simple key?"
"No, sir; It Is n Chubb's key."
"Very good. Mrs. Marker, you can
go. Now we are making n little prog
ress. Our lady enters the room, ad
vances to tho bureau nnd either openi
It or tries to do so. Whllo sho Is thus
engaged young Wlllouphby Smith en
ters the room. In her hurry to with
draw the key she makes this scratch
upon tho door. He seizes her, nnd she,
notching up the nearest object which
happens to be thlsUnlfc, strikes nt him
In order to make him let go his hold.
The blow Is a fatal one. lie falls, and
she esenpOH, either with or without tho
object for which she has come. Is Su
san, the innlil, there? Could any ono
liito got iwny through thnt door after
the time that ou hoard tho cry, Su
san'" "No, sir; It Is Impossible. Before 1
put down tho stair I'd li.tvo seen nny
one In the passage. Besides, the door
never opened or I would have heard
"That settles this exit. Then no
doubt the lady went out the way sho
rnmo. I understand that this other
passage lends only to the professor's
room. There Is no exit that way?"
"We shall go down It nnd make tho
acquaintance of the professor. Hello,
Hopklin, thlrf Is very Important very
Important Indeed! The professor's cor
ridor U nlso lined with cocpnuut mat
ting." "Well, sir. what of thnt?"
"Don't you see any bearing upon the
case? Well, well, I don't Insist upon
It. No doubt I am wrong. And yet It
seems to mo to bo suggestive. Como
with mo and Introduce me."
We passed down tho passage, which
was of thu name length as Unit which
led to the garden. At the cud was .a
.liort flight of steps ending In n door.
Our guide knocked nnd then ushered
us Into the professor's bedroom.
It was n very largo chamber lined
with Innumerable volumes, which had
overflowed from the shelves nnd lay In
plica In the corners or were stacked nil
round nt the baso of the cases. Tho
bed was In the center of the room, ami
In It, propped up with pillows, was the
owner of tho house. I hnvo seldom
seen a more remarknble looking person.
It was n gnunt, aquiline fnco which
was turned toward us, with pierc
ing dark eyes which lurked In deep
hollows under overhung nnd tuft
ed brows. Ills hnlr nnd beard were
white snvo tho latter was curiously
stained with yellow nround his mouth.
A clgarctto gtowed amid tho tnnglc of
whlro hair, nnd tho nlr of tho room
was fetid with stnlo tobacco Miioke.
As he held out 111-) hand to Holmes I
perceived that It wns nlso stained with
"A smoker, Sir. Holmes?" said he.
speaking In well chosen English, with
n curious llttlo mincing ncccnt. "Pray
take a cigarette. And you, sir? I enn
recommend (hem, for I hnvo them espe
cially prepared by Ioiildcs of Alexan
dria, lie sends mo n thousand nt n
time, and I grlevo to say that I have to
arrange for n fresh supply every fort
night. Bad, sir, very bad, but nn old
man has few pleasures. Tobacco and
my work that Is all that Is left to nlo."
Holmes had lit n clgaretto and wns
shooting llttlo darting glances all over
"Tobacco nnd my work, but now on
ly tobacco," tho old tnnu exclaimed.
"Alas, what n fatal Interruption! Who
could have foreseen such n terrlblo ca
tastrophe? So csttmablo n young maul
I nssuro you that after a few months'
training ho wns nn admirable assist
ant. What do you think of tho matter,
"I have not yet made up my mind."
"I shall Indeed Imj Indebted to you It
you can throw n light where nil Is so
dark to us. To a poor bookworm nnd
Invalid llko myself such a blow Is para
lyzing. I seem to hnvo lost the faculty
DY f. D. STEELE
( of thought. But you are n man of oc-
lion you nre n mnit of affairs. It Is
part of the everyday routine of your
life. You can preserve your balance In
every emergency. We are fortunnto
Indeed In having you nt our side,"
Holmes was pacing up nnd down one
side of the room while tho old professor
wns talking. I observed thnt he was
smoking with cxtrnordlnnry rapidity.
It was evident thnt lie shared our host's
liking for the fresh Alexandrian ciga
rettes. "Yes, sir, It Is n crushing blow," said
the old innn, "That Is my magnum
opus tho pile of papers on the sldo ta
ble yonder. It Is my analysis of the
documents found tn the Coptic monas
teries of Syria nnd Egypt, n work
which will cut deep nt the very founda
tion of revealed religion. With my en
feebled health I do not know whether
I shall eer be nble to complete It, now
thnt my nsslstnnt has Ix-on taken from
me, Dear me, Mr. Holmes, why, you
nre even a quicker smoker than I am
"I ma. n connoisseur," said he, tak
ing nnothcr clgniette from the box, his
rourth. nnd lighting It from the stub
of that which he had finished. "I will j
not trouble you with nny lengthy cross
examination, Professor Coram, since I ,
gather thnt you were In boil nt tho j
' ,IMA nt It... .I..I.M. .....1 ..,., ,......- ...!. I
imv u iiiu limit' nun ilium hiiut iiuiu-
I Ing nbout It. I would only ask this;
What do you Imagine that this poor
fellow meant by his Inst words, "The
professor It wns she?'."
The professor shook his head.
"Susan Is n country girl." snld he,
"and you know the Incredible stupidity
of thnt class. I fancy that tho poor
rcllow murmured sonic Incoherent, de
lirious words nnd thnt she twisted
I them Into this meaningless message."
"I sec. You have no explanation
yourself of the tragedy?"
"Possibly an accident, possibly I
only breatho It among ourselves n sui
cide. Young men have their hidden
troubles some nffnlr of the heart, per
haps, which we hnve never known. It
Is n more probable supposition than
"Hut itio eyeglass?" ,
"Ah, I nm only n student, n man of
drenms. I cannot explain the practical
j thing of llfo. But still we nre aware,
' my friend, thnt love gages may tnko
strange shapes. By all means tnko an
other cigarette. It Is n pleasure to seo
nny ono appreciate the'm so. A fnn, a
glovis. glasses who knows what ar
ticle may Ih carried ns n token or
treasured when n man puts an pud to
Ids life? This gentleman speaks of
footsteps hi the grass; but, after all, It
I easy to bo mistaken on snch a
point. As to the knife, It might well
bo thrown fur from the unfortunate
man as ho fell. It is possible that I
speak as a ihlld, but to me It seems
that Wlllougliby Smith has met his
fate by his own hand."
Holmes seemed struck by tho theory
thus put forward, nnd he continued to
walk up nnd down for some time, lust
In thought and consuming clgaretto
"Tell me, Professor Coram," he said
at last, "what U lu that cupboard In
"Nothing t;at would help n thief
family papers, let fern from my poor
wife, diplomas of universities which
lime done me honor. Here Is tho key.
You can look for yourself."
Holmes picked up the key nnd look
ed at It for uu Instant; then he handed
"No; I hardly think that It would
help me," said he. "I should piefer
to go iiuletly down to your garden nnd
turn the whole mutter over lu my
head. There Is something to be saiO
for tho theory of suicide which you
have put forward. Wo must apologize
for having Intruded upon you. Pro
fessor Coram, and I promise that we
won't disturb you until nfter lunch.
At - o'clock wo will come again and
report to j on anything which may
h.iM) happened In tho Interval."
Holmes was curiously distrait, nnd
we walked up nnd down tho garden
path for Mime time In silence.
"Hum' you n clew?" I asked nt Inst.
"It depends upon thoso cigarettes
that I smoked," snid he. "It Is possi
ble that I am utterly mistaken. The
clgai cites will show me."
"My dear Holmes," I exclaimed,
"how on earth"
"Well, well, you mny seo for your
self. If not, there's no harm done.
Of course wo always hnvo tho optician
clew to fall back upon, but I take a
short cut when I can get It Ah, here
is the goal Mrs. Marker! Let us en
Joy five minutes of Instructive con
versation With her."
I may have remarked beforo that
Holmes had, when ho liked, n peculiar
ly Ingratiating way with women and
that lie very readily established terms
of coulldence with them. In half the
time which ho had named bo had cap
tured thu housekeeper's good will and
wns chatting with her as It ho had
known her for years.
(To bo continued)
Sunday-school Teacher "Wllne, do
you ever tell your little brothers the
story nbout Jonah and the whale"
Little Willie "Yessum, but tho old
man always has one to beat It when he
comes homo from flshln'."
"Hoch der Knlsor" sounded reso
nantly across tho waters of WalklM
last Saturday night, as the "festa
bund" given In honor of tho officers
nnd ciew of tho German cruiser Con
dor was In progress on tho Hotel An
nex grounds. The place whero the Jol
llflcnMon took place was handsomely
decorated, a stage draped with flags
occupying the center. From this va
rious musical numbers were rendered.
Ono of tho Interesting features of the
evening wns an excellent performance
on tho horizontal bar by soma of the
Tho entire scene was brilliant nnd
picturesque. The officers and sailors
drerBcd In white uniforms, Including
the five Solomon Islnnders, mingled
tfrnernnlly with the local people, nnd
tne good cheer, of which foaming lager
of course occupied n prominent posi
tion, wns much enjoyed. Speeches
were made, among them being ono
lauding the German Emperor by tho
Acting Gerninn Consul,
Entertainment Committee A. Con
stnbcl, Carl Klemme, Lieut. Tomer, E.
Musical Director Carl Busch of tho
Transportntlon Julius Bayer.
Decorations B. von Damm, Julius
Bayer, I.teut. Lossnhn.
H. A. C'S DEFEAT ELKS.
(Continued from Page 3.)
Lnuls, rf 3 10 0 0 0
Joy, p.-c 3 10 5 11
A. Williams, ss t 0 0 0 0 1
Snares, c 0 0 0 3 10
Bruns, rf.-2h 4 1 0 4 0 0
Gloason, lb 4 2 3 10 0 0
Total 33 9 C 27 15 C
Score by Innings
1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8,9
Elks 2 4 0 2 0 0 0 0 03
Honolulus 0 0000101 79
Two baso hit Gloason.
Sacrifice hit Cogswell.
Stolen bases Moore, White, Wlldsr,
Rtnglnnd, Evers, J. Williams.
Left on bases Elks 9, II. A. C.'s 5.
Struck out By Joy 4, by Williams
4, by Hampton 1.
Bases on balls Joy 2. Williams 1.
Double play En Sno to Glenson. '
Hit by pitcher Joy, Hlngland.
Wild pitch Joy.
Passed balls Scares 2, Hlngland 1.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record Sept. 8, 1905,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dcbora Kapulo and hsb to L L Mc-
Bishop & Co to Kmlly F Day ....Itel
i:mlly F Day nnd hsb to Est ot Ber-
nice P Bishop trs of BS
Entered for Record Sept. 9, 1905,
From 9 a m. to 10:30 a. m.
Est of Henry Wntcrhouse by oxors
ct al to Jas II Raymond et nl tr Of.D
Frank L Knlctmamahu and wf to
Lahapa Kalelmakalll ,..DA
Sol Kahlapo tr et al to J Alfred Ma-
Knlama and hsb to A F Cook tr....D
Annie K Wong Lcong and hsb to
Wong Lcong PA
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First Owl-Blow my feathers!
Wouldn't jou llko to bo a penco.k,
Second Owl No, thanks. Fancy
making loe with nil those eyc4 on
one! I should be toi bashful. I'unjh.
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Mrs. Samuel Fralce, of Prospect
Plains, N. J writes:
I ennnot thank you enough for what Lydla
E. I'lnkhnm's Vegetable Compound hns done
forme. When I tlrst wrote to you I had suf
fered for years with what tho doctor called
kidney trouble and congestion of tho womb.
Sly back nihed dreadfully all the time, nnd I
sulfenil so with thnt benrlng-down feeling I
could hardly walk across tho room. I did nflt
gi t any letter, to decided to (ton doctoring
with my phynleian nnd tnko I.yilln E. Plnk
hnm's egetablo Compound anil I am thank
ful to say It hns entirely cured me. I do all
my own work, hne no more bncknclio and
all tho liad symptoms hnve dinppcnrl.
I ennnot prnlne your medicine enough, nnd
would advise all women suffering with kMney
trouble to try it.
Mrs. J. W. Lang, of 020 Third Ave
nue, New York, writes:
Denr Mrs. Hnkhara:
I hnvo been a grent sulTeror with kidney
trouble. My bark ached all the time nnd I
was discouraged. 1 heard thnt Lydla E.
rinklmm's Vegetable Compound ould enro
kidney disease, nnd I liegnn to tnko. it; nnd it
hns cured me when everything clso hml fnileil.
I hnve recommended it to lots of people and
they all prnino It very highly.
Mrs. Plnkkam's Standing In
vitation. Women suffering from kidney
trouble, or ntiy form of female weak
ness are invited to promptly communi
cate with Mm. Plnkhain, at Lynn,
Mass. Out of tho great volume of ex-
rierlcnce which sho has to draw from,
t Is more than Ukclv ho has the very
knowledge that will help your case.
Her advice Is free and always helpful.
I a Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.
the most valuable piece of furniture
go to rack and ruin for want of a
i-iles. une application or tne ramoua
rcuer. i'nee posipaia, su cents.
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