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rntatlnti for tlio Week ending March
BOUi, K06, of tli Dally nnd Weekly
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Circulation of Evening Dulletln,
Saturday, Mar. SI 2-123
Monday, Mch. 26 2170
Tuesday, Mch. 27 2174
Wednesday, Mch. 20 2172
Thursday, Mch. 29 2135
Friday, Mch. 30 2183
Average Dally circulation 221B
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Number of Weeklies delivered on
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(lULLHTIN I'UllI.ISIIINU COM FAN Y,
Ily C. (1 IIOCKUR.
Subscribed nnd sworn to be
In re me thli 3Ut day of
(SHAM March. A. I) Iflflfi.
i. ii. iiuiini:tti:.
Notary Public, First .Inrtlrlnl Circuit.
.... a I'm i. a. inuc
Meanwhile we tiu,t tliii Hawaii's
Nfuudlnp nicist.n has tut hpcunic Imt
n till" sht.iTle
ifthrmtft elp. tfnn Si l'rnifiloii. ixt flu
(nttama rallwn Ii. nnnnnncrd Just a '
fjlC was net all arr.mgi d In nihnure
'jrOildom Dearborn ought not to
(tint: twlip If n visit to Honolulu will
sua fa nl pu him opportunity lo put In u i
IJerer In history, up lo the present
liiyj lifts cx-Commctioto Mncfnrlnno nl
uvi personal Indisposition to Intet
rn with starting n yarlil race on
tjloss anyone have an Idea thai these
iSJIo liuwllnj about llrown's ma
IllWnro ro rlrtuu'H that all they turd
fn)lial to coainleto their Irroprosch
lexander Donle bavins been dor, :.
iy. Ill family, can lay claim In
bo glurks of tnartvrdutn. while Ih .
ne eoiafbrtuhly on tho Income bL
flak Ideas his given him.
Chicago's voto on municipal ovvner
hip will go nil one way unless tho peo
i hivd decided that thr province of
trdlnary mankind U to wink that the
lct may palu more wealth.
"ttrmtllltlos between Russian an I
ImiMu troops on the border In lllaly
o;i limit In tho pilrchaiu of sovorul
ools Dint tho ChlnoHC will win unless
lie Kimflaiis have now Iculors.
Ronttltutlunal Democrats have won
,jtltory In Itinwla. Now overy Dem
tet In I he touuiry will bo a Coimtl
iltlimnl Demo -rat Just to sop if It will
har.RU tho lucit In fio Lnltrd Ututes.
Konotor Flint was reporlid as its
tirid of (CS.0UU for tho Honolulu tin v
ijlallou, nnd ovrnilRbt It drnpppl to
f,(tOO. Sl'.oulil thU be tho stnndaid
atifur nil Hawaiian appropriations thli
jiilon we will do v. ell u rulsp tliu nv
rt;n on estimates or what Is ticeiicl.
Vlicn tho New Yoili I.cKlslattiro 1b
aid In have Klivn soino sreat evil a
JjllliB blow, quo beslno to wonder what
th'pr Krcat ptil has pot, hold of lliu
iffifhlne. This bill postiMinliiB tho cloc-
limn of tbollfo uiii,tnte (Oinpaiiicsl
irrr. i ,. .A.. .. ,... .......... .. mi
UllJ llici'll U1UIIH "") annill.llliv lll
Tjtsl'P. siiru till It is known who has nil
I'llnelpal lloi nu of Kainehnmcha
tclirols, on whnso pppcr bpforo tho
Ifiilnlftrlal fjnlnn tlietllotlii leecnl
y'commentp.d, Informs tm that nu err
ir,an nindo'ln stating his pixltlnn to
fhld Ilia Itrfnrin School. Ho IioIIcvps
iijtha word ''Ucfoim" ns nsnliut "In
lust rial" when rIvIiik n f.chool for tho
formation 'of hoyi) a name. In oilier
vii'tils, ho nulil not lmc a boy, nt
oi un Indiislrlal Mhnol for rrrorma
Itjii, put on tlio same plan" na u jotith
ilto rops tdjati Industrial sphnnl and
Kjcn not nrSl rcformlin;. lie believes
Jiat tlio stlifmn of "reform" is rlishtly
pplled to those who need It.
, Tho Iltillqtlii Is charged wllh not
.nmvliiK whnt has hnuyeiiPi! or what Is
jnjipcnlni; In tho Immigration husl
&a. This 'is cortnlnly Important If
ruo. It doua not answer tho qucitlon:
bo planturp nro preventing tho ml
men of European immlKratlon. what
Rulers nrc doing-It nnd how? The
iTillotln ha$ opened tlio oppo-tuulty
nr proof that tho planters arc "hold
air' un" Iluroiican Immigration nlnns
rjfh the rp4iU that 'the tiuth has lipcn I
.pd6 manirost the planters nre no
ilnylng thofworlj; noi linvothiy ham
Ared n dpllnlto nolkv. Piirtlipiinnu .
might operate to provrnt the pmly (lit
path in a representative ltli'ii tu
lilt Azurts, It n III ho nppi nprlnii to
plan tin iihiim ilmwhiri than tijion
I lie plantation 'octupui
HAWAUANS AND IMMIGRANTS
ll.iu.ill in sltili'nipu nrp snld to be
i illlnn iipnn tbetr follow) 1 1 to piltlHIl
tboKp puhlU-spliltPil Aiiieriinn dtlzclis
rPHponsllilc fur the jmsmii;! of the 'ler
iitoiiai Immlcnitloii law. If this lie
true, It Is ery miiili to the discredit ol
the Ktatpsnien In iiiestion uuil If ppi
dI'IpiI In will go far toward ilamaKltiK
the KiKid reputation the Hawaiian bus
held nil If the AuurUahs of the main
land. I he dcilaicd cause for the opposi
tion to. the Imtiilgt.itloti law Is that the
people brought In, Lspcclall) thutc cIIk
Ible to Income cltlzuis. will tlistro)
the votlim stivngdi of the nnthe Ha.
wiittuns. l'hls tentliucm is so lar n
mocd from Rood Juimment and Hip
pro ailing splilt of the main bod) nt
the llnwiillnii people, that uc doubt It
many will hied the cry.
Immigrants ate not cousin for Ha
waii In order Hint tlio) may c Inline the
balance of otlng power. Hawaii needs
ImnilBinnti to piomolt its Industry, In
crease and Improve Its homes, and thin
mitt to the geneiul prosperity. This
piosprrlty must be kh.ncil b) the llll
nnllans. They will r.alti mote lioni It
ilian most nny other class of citizens.
Ii ry Haw ill in Is IlilerestbJ 111 the m
ereasp of elllpii labor, whether It I.p
i niployei un public work or In the var
ious IndiiMiles of Hip 'territory. I lie
iiiitc itls nt pimaRtd lu the Industries
of the Inlands, the mote KOernniclit
work there '" be for tup llnwallans.
issumlim that their piPteremn Is for
that Hup of loll. Wltn mote citizen
labur In the country, the Mauclanl !
wages will be higher and cmplojers
culler ablp to pay the inhumed scalr.
It cannot be dtnlc.l that nne of the
JccitnalH of H.iwa . has cle oted much
of Its npacc to thrcatenltiK the Iluwali
aus. nnd In tills manlier promoted Hi"
lilso Idcn thai their votiiu; power wld
lie nuliiliPcl b) Hie ac'clltlon to the pop
ulation of Immlxrants eligible to be
come citizens. This has nntiirall)
aroused n spirit of antagonism a mom;
the natives who draw the conclusion
that this Is the main purpose of Euro
pean liuiiilgintloti effoit. This sum"
clement by no means friendly to the llu
wallans has become noted for tho fre
quency with which It threatens
them with no other purpose than a
desire that they shall commit in
due rrllans of anger an. inns dlscridlt
Uemtclvrs with Congress
The tiling for thr Hawnllan-Amrri-ran
to do lor his own benefit and tu
piomote tho welfare of thrsp Islands Is
to give his rote and his liilliienie for
every measure that will advance tin
piosperlty of the Territoiy. nuropcar.
Immlgintlcn and the Immigration lull
oic norttn measures Dnv.lng off in
to a Hawaiian party whose war cry Is
antagonism to homc-bulldlng Immi
grants, will work oientual ruin to tho
Hawaiian party and wreck the legiti
mate work cf broad minded mid far
Indianapolis. Ind March 21. Two
liuiiilKc nnd twcnt)-no thnnsand un
ion bituminous miners may be called
otn next Satmday when the proscn.
wifxe Kioto expired as, after being ".
Joint eonferenco through committee
since Tuesday afternoon, tho coal op
erators nnd miners of the central com
petltlvo dls.rlct, consisting of llllnuls,
Indiana, ()hlc and western I'ennsylva
nln mid thoo of the southwestern ills
lrri, compns?d of Missouri. Kansas,
Toxas, Arkansas and Indian Territory,
nie no nearer nn ngroement upon n
wngo bcjnlc than when the former
Joint conference ndjourned on lVbru
Tho Joint scale .commltteo of tho
renttal cninpc'tltvo district adjourned,
this afternoon, to meet Monday morn
ing, when a motion to report a dlsa
giccmeut will ho offered, and, It Is be
lieved, will lu carried.
r. I.. Itobblns of tho western Penn
sylvania operators has agreed to pay
nu advance of S.S5 per cent., which' Is
tho demand mado by tho miners, hul
tho operators In Illinois. Indiana and
Ohio have refused any udvnnce. Under
tho rules of the Joint committee the
voter, of bob operators and mlneru
must bo recorded as units, nnd this di
vision of the operators has resulted In
tlio defeat of every motion not fnvor-
nlil, to all of litem.
Itobblns has announced that he In
tend:, to pay the Increase, not only In
the mines or tho rlttsbtirg Coal Com
pany, of which he Is president, hul nl
so In his own mines In western I'enn
sylvtiuln. Ohio and Illinois. Independ
ent operators In western I'ennylvaiila
represented by O. Mngoon hnvo an
nounced that they will pay the ad
vance If Itobblns does Other Inde
pendent mine owners have also signi
fied their Intention to pay tho advance
If ibnsp lu their districts do so. Those
of IPInols, Indiana nnd Ohio declare
they etinnot afford lo pay any advance
whatever, and I'tesldent Mile hell of
'ho Mlno Workers has declntcd that
no settlement will be inndo unless an
ndvaiico In wages Is given.
Women In China hao tho prlvjlego
of lighting In the wars. In tho rebel
lion of 1S5H women did as much unlit.
itltf nn Ihn mi Ii At Vnnblti It, 1Qr.1
-n - ..,... .,h ,m,,i,,,i, ,i lu.u,
Son.iitiu women from various parts of
the country were formed Into hilgades
of 13,000 eapli. under femalo officers.
Of theso boldlers, 10,000 woro picked
women, iiiuieii ami garrisoned in ilia
3Jc-"For Rent" cards on sale at
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kairnuld Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Terrible Experience On
Board Ship Bound
TIRKIFIC ST1RM FORCED
SI It WUOUS MEASURES
CREW OF THE TODEY.
CHIP WILL BE LAID UP SOME
TIME FOR REPAIRS PASSEN
ABOARD DURING HAZ
San Krnnclsco. Mnrcli 2(5. Willi four
fed of water In her hold, her main lop
utnHi, roynl and lo'yiilhtnt sail jarda
iiirrled nway and her uipialn, crew of
FlxtiPti men and thiee passengers ex
luiustpil and Kited about the led anil
ankles from constant contact with gas
ollne that coverid the decks, the li.it k
tllranl C Tobey ciep Into port a bin it !i
o'clock lust night, after having been
forced to turn back from her destlna
lion nt Honolulu.
When the Tobey dropped anchor on
Melggs wharf, n shout of Joy went up
Irom the wear) crew unci passengers
who had battled allantly for life dur
ing the p.isl five days nnd who had
more than oti'c thought that the shl.
would founder before a htnen of safe
ty was reai ncd.
The Tobey, Captain A. Scott In com
inand. lift this port on March Mill
bound for Honolulu with a cargo of
giitonnp nml entile oil, carrying as pas
Kcugcrs Mr. and Mrs. II. Cartwrlght
and Ihrlr Mx-)car-old dnughter of this
dty. I'l.iln sailing wns encountered
t'lilll some distance out, when one of
the heaviest storms that has been re
coidcil this year swept down on the
ship. The storm broke nt midnight or
March 17th. For two days tllp Tobey
was liattctnl and hulfetej by the waves
and In spile of tho diligent work of
new and cnptaln. the better part of
masts nnd sard arms were carried
away. In addition n leak sprung unci
I hi re was nn rpst for Hip crew or offi
cers, who manned the pumps while tli"
Captain Keott ordered that 100
drums of gasoline, which vveto lashed
to the deck bn tut nwny. As the drums
were too uuuleldly to be sufcly hand
led In the storm It wns necessary to
break in the drum heads and let tho
gasoline escape. The gasoline spread
over the necks and ran down the
hatchways, and the crew nnd jiasscn
geis were compelled to wado In the
llulil. ro this fact Is much of the suf
The gasoline ate through leather nnd
rubber booting and burned the skin
fiom the feet nnd ankles of nit on
board. Some ol the crew wero llaycil
so badly that they will he compelled
lo my up fotne weeks for treatment.
Mr. and Mrs. Cartwrlght nml their
child -wcte but slightly burned In this
manner. The Injuries from tho gaso
line hindered the men In their light to
tave the ship. Tho Tobey Is owned
by J. tlrelg of this city. She will be
out of commission for some tjnie,
Slowly practical Ideas concerning
tempi ranre nre working their way In
to the minds of business men. It Is
becoming evident lo every body tl.nt
no mm holding a position of trust nnd
rcsronslhlllly inn MTnrd o nllow his
natural faculties to he disturbed In
their excrrlse by nitlflclnl stimulants
of nny kind. Christian Register, l-'ch.
Fine Job Printing at the Dulletln.
the Dulletln office.
PF-"For rials" cards at Dulletln.
OUR OHELVES ARE FAST FILLING
UP WITH OUR
New Spring Stocks
Real Lace Boleros
IN DOTH BLACK AND WHITE, EX
QUISITE DESIGNS, ALL OF
New Applique Laces
o AND o
Shirt Waist Patterns
GRAS3 LINEN, blue or white,
IRISH LINEN, all white,
J S.1 TO S12 EACH
New Radium Silks
THE LATEST EASTERN NOVELTY.
All ..l.l .1.-.1-- t -l...ll.... I.I-.I.
nn ji4in tciuucB, icibiuuniy ucacK,
white, pink, .and Alice blue, double
width, per yard Sl.fiO
Figured, handsome effects, double
width, per yard 2.C0
Ladies Bathing Suits
All elzes to 44, stunning effects,
S2.50 To go EACH
..ff2? " rv'S.S.V'.s..,.
ih fflWMvWm$flmf - ' , IBM '
IIMnKl ' feMimi
SENATOR DOLLIVER, LEADER IN RATE BILL FIGHT.
Si'tintor .Inimtlmn r. Pollher of lovvn, ulm Is n member of tho senate com
mlltru nn IntiTstnte rointnorce, has bivn cnnilcttotti ns nn ntlvooato of th
Hepburn hill nnd will doubtless be tin? lender nf the ltepnbllenn ndvncntrs qf
Hint inrastii-p In llu Semite. .Mr. IVilllvor. ho wns n inemlier of the hottso
twelve years and has been In the senate fur six. Is eonsldered one of tho most
eloquent specil.ers In ciniBrpss. lie Is n initlvo of West Virginia.
People and Things
DEMOCRACY'S GREAT REVIEW.
Mr. W. T. Stcail. tho editor of the
l.nnnou Itovlovr or lie view, sontu
months nun described "Xhe Atenn" ns
"A mirror of the progressive thnuftht
nnd nttlon, not only of America, hut
of the whole world." This rharncter-
Izatinn Is doubly trito of "The Aronn"
nt the present times as beginning with
the Jnnunry Issue Mr. Klovvcr's ngpti-
Itir tlvpartmcnt or edltniial commcn'S
nnd criticisms hns hci11 Kivatly en
larged, so that each Issue now con
tains extended editorial comments on
the most elRiilflrant evcints In tlu po
ll leal, soelnl nnd rcounmlc world.
America, of course, receives special
nttcnllon, hut progressive movements
!n oery part of the globe nr noticed
and discussed fro mtho democratic
viewpoint In such a mnntier ns to
make "Tho Arena" Indispensable lo
friends of, free government who wish
to keep In' touch wl'h the import. nt
events nf tho hour. I'rom thirty to
fifty pages each month nre no devot
ee to theso editorial comments.
Atnoni? tho leading contrlbii'ed ar
ticles In the February number are "De
mocracy's Call to the Statesmanship of
Today." by Kdvvln Mnrkhnm. tho fa
mous poet; "Railroad Hate Dlccrlml
nntlpn," by I'rolessor I'rnnk I'nrsons.
I'll. 1).: "Tin Smelter Trust." by tho
Hon. J. Wnrner Mills; "An Open Let
ter to tho Secretary of the Treasury."
by Jndgo T. II. Stuart: "Tho Whip
ping l'ost for Wlfo-llentcis," by II. W.
Shufeltll, M. I). j "Samuel Milton
Jones; "Tho Onltlen Rule Mnynr." by
Ono Who Knew Illm; "I'nclo Sam's
Itomnnce With Science ni'd tho Soil."
by Frank Vrooman; and "A Socialist's
ITOfiK mMND MORIM.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Dedrooms J7S 00
Emma 8t 30 00
Ganclall Lane 25 00
Cor. Younn and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cur. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Valklkl Reach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Kinau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street SO 00
Trast Co., Limited.
llenly to John Moody." by Allan L.
Hem 011. in tho scries of popular car-'
toonlsts Mr. Hay I), irandy Is mado !
the subject or n sketch, and nn excel. '
lent photograph of tho young enrloor
1st nnd sumo reproductions of his best
wink nie also fentttres of this number. 1
Altogether the February "Arena" Is
one of the best Issues of this lending '
levlew thai has appeared In years.
The February number of "National'
Finance." nltliough largely devilled f;
me ltiteres'H of tin Southeast
longer "Hawaii Mnil.et Ltttoi" than
a incory &i to wny he-is don't Jay Is
sivei. 111 rnrui-idiiury uenii-Montniy '
n-1... i.-... p.i ,"
i.iu 1 uu inn niiinoer.
new lllen Oil tlllllllV:
lion.ci nrrnccmrnl "
V , .
I-:il7abo:h O. Cniuiy writes In "rub.
lie opinion" or rub. ad, on "Modern
Slaves of Matrimony," nml tells howl
wives keep their husband's "noses tii
the grindstone." Thcrj nre two sides
to the question.
In foreign lands mlsslnnnry socle
ilex nr beginning to mtnhluo their
lories so Hint they mny preset! n sol
id ftont lo heathendom, realizing that
tho quarrels of Christendom nro n
scandal In partllius Infldrllum. Tiey
nro trying to work together ns Chris
tians mid not ns Ihipllsts, MethoJIsts.
Presbyterians, ftc, but this Is only a
step tow aula leliglutts unity, which
must bo quickly followed by another,
snys "Tho Christian Register" of Jan
A startling title by Alexander lltima,
Fold Is "Ily Cnnnl from New York to
Oregon" In "I'ubllc Opinion" of Fob
ntaiy inth. "Tho deepening of the
Erie Cnnnl nt a cost or JlUI,tlflO,000, so
that 1.000-ton bonis and bntges may
load nt ChUngt) or Dlillith and carry
their rrelght through the Now York
and beyond, In but tho hegliililug of
ho llrst link In n system of tsmnect
Ing waterways that will eventually bo
extended across our continent."
"The Money Maker" (St. Louis) Is
n valuable peilodlcal for business men
WM. M.M......1 II.. - l.l ,.
HiniMiiim iiin uu u ;iuiiie i u nil
Is pnlinpn tho best thing In "Hunter's
Magazine for alarm, it is quite trim
bemi Annual tlearance
Great Reduction in Prices
For 10 Days Only
Prices are cut in liallf
This applies to Men's Clothing, Hosiery, Underwear, Neck
wear, Shirts, Collars and Cuffe, Ladles' Dress Goods, Muslin Un
derwear, House-furnishing Good3.
We wish to call special attention to our Easter Millinery. We
have a small assortment of PATTERN HATS, no two alike;
these are Imported direct from London and Paris. Must be seen
to be appreciated. Call early and have first choice.
L. B. KERR & Co. Ltd.
rygimwitiniiriiTr'' ns -
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE DE3T.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD OrllGINAL DIRECT 5.JM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co,, Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
llnronll.,,," tr.r t.Vliriinrv lill nil
. InterestliiK rontrlbiillcin by l'rnf. I). W.
, Johnson entitled "In the Valley nf tho
l'lierco," New Jlexlro. It tells of nn
loxcltliiB excursion Into Hint nnrt of
!tho "Orent Amerlenn Desert."
. , .
"Tho Kansas Land KmtidltivcsllKat-
ed," by 8. Covvdrlck. nnd "Tbo'Trol-
;icy Car as n Soelnl Knctor," by II. K.
lllarrlmnn. nro unusually Rood articles
In rebrunry "Tho World To Day."
4. S s
I The Intolerant, eynlinl, iinchnrltablo
'and uiisympnthetle (wo nro all of ns
hnt lo ho so nt times), would do well
to lend Maud HallliiKtonllootirfl "All's
Well" In the Mnrcli "l'enrson's." It
shows whnt n sweet. Christian woman
can do In the fnco of sneers nnd In
' credulity. Truly when ono hns n duty
j to perform It Is well to let nothing
, stand In the wny of Its accomplish
Many who may not caro for tho fash
Ion notes or "The Modern Husband"
In Mnrch "Dollncnlor" will enjoy tho
charming Illustrated sketch of New
Orleans by Clifton Johnson. "Tho
City llehlnd the I.evee," It Is called,
anil to rend It takes one back to the
Situnv South, wliero M much attrac
tion lies nil the year round.
1 nl, n, tt "'i-iirt v'nfr.tininn uni-fi.tn '-
Articles on "The Vegetnhlo Onrdsn
i,y Mr. F. O. Krnuss lu lain numbers
' f .iTi,n'T',.,tni, nn.i A t,rlf,iittiirlst."
are exceedingly helpful nnd Instruct-
Vo fnr those who nro struggling with
u vegetable gnrdci
trntnltlr, pnrilfitl In ltnwflll
" :" ..--. - ---
A I.111I nf Tlnlmrt fntlvpr la In tin
. ." ". '. ."-...::..""'.;-" ,',V. "T.
I P'aceci in inini 01 inn new ireu niiniry
'In Ilkley, wliero he wns formerly a
. blacksmith. Christian Register. Fell -
"Jack London" In picture and sketch
Is given n prominent plnro in Febrn-
nry's "Crnftsmnn" (Syracuse, N. Y.),
Much not generally known Is told
about tho clever young niilhor. It
xecms that Im Is coming this wny (If i
he gets so far) on his way around tlio
world In n smnll row boat. Ho will
hnvo n companion, l.cl us hops they
limy not meet nn Andro fate.
I r r
patience with children.
If wo arc notable ho'.iEckccpers wi
uto In danger of putting our rnrpcts
and cm tains, our well-kept furniture
nnd our things In general before our
rhlldicn, I hnvo known n mother to
pass by without notice n rudo nnd boor
ish net on the putt of n child, when shu
ramo down like a veritable Day of
Judgment on the samo little culprit If
his ball happoncl to break n nano of
Elasj. Thcro nrc mothers who can par-1
(ton an) thing except nn Ink spot on thn
front of n I lock, or n rent In n garment.
lulr Simla nn hnrti, li,p nml inntu til hr.
Itnvlor aro a thousand times mora In-!
Jttrlous than a transient diiutnge to!
clothing or furniture.
Mothers need to discriminate. Ilarrh-I
ncss nml severity should never bo met- J
ed out to tho child who is :h.) victim,
of nn accident.' With tho utmost ud-l
miration I remember tho perfect poise !
and unbroken ralm of n sweet woman,
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, wiioso nine gin nan inn uiiHiuriiinu in
knock over u very costly vnso which
had for nor mother precious assoela
-j jksm a i
isw v t tmniYtaatammm
itlnns conticcled with Iter vveclclliiK Jtnir-
Iney In the Knr Kitst 'Hie casu stood mi
tt lllblO WlltrO It llllll llPCII llaif'd llfllT
''"VIiir hivii sIiovmi to Ktirsls. who li.ul
Knrcd at. It almost with tiivy. In ratne
""I" Unrlmin, her .loll In her nuns.
Iter foot etiiiKht on a rtiB, sll d uIiiiir
I11'" l""llslicil boor, she Hiiuw out ti
iiianci lo kuo uerseii iium iiiiiiiik. (tint
u- Hie '' l riiiKineiitK at our
ff- "Ni" iiiiml. li.irb.irii. said the
moiner. Beuuy. you uni noi inraii i
U. I nn. so Blacl you nre not hurt.
nnd that even Dolly litis mil n sciulih.
'llui object Ii'tson In sclf-ionlrol vmis
"", K"'"B !',r "."" '.,1ml '!H ""f11
would 11. wr lit) lost on lie .hor.lil.r
lunn.it on of the III In .l.iiiRhlir.-.M.ir-
'"c' ''; SJHRhIit In Woman k Home
A JAMAICA DAY FISH STORY.
' Labor Day, IU0I, vvlillo fishing lor
blnckflsh over the wieck, near Hoik-
I away Inlet, in Jamaica liny, I rnttght
n low good-sized fish and n couple of
small ones. 1 had it pleeo of nu old
woollen stocking, which I used to wlpu
off the fishing ikiIo and reel with, nnd
I torn off n piece of this and wrapped It
around tho tall of one of tho small
hlnckflsh, throwing him back into the
water. A jiar lutJr, It Just hnpprneil
.to be Labor Day, I was dslilng nl tlio
I same old spot. The llrst fish I pulled
up wns a blackflsh weighing nhnut two
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imnnilB .with n black woollen sweater
on. l!dwlti Ifniirk. in ltecreutlou for
I Tlt!1l"lln,t' I'lnntu. Iinlr firn llmrn
, ...... ..-.. ...........
'to that cstnto?" Wills "Ten, not
' ..,., Inn 1, 1,,.,-,. "
. "'""'.' ". i . .'"
I Jonio peoplo think that the right
' nlil J of ii saloon Is the outside.
Evening Dulletln 75 d per month.
It; 1 8 Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
jThe best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS 91 RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets end Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co, or
ring up Hslelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwav Limited, a
two-hour tr. n, leaves' at 8:22 a. m.;
ro!urni.-., trrlves In Honolulu at 10:10
A SOLID KOA DRESSER, HIGHLY
POLISHED, WITH LARGE
FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY.
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HOTEL AND UNION STS.
) i n
Xji! WAITY DLOCK.
u i sirjULiuiiiiJULiuciciciriri. inrit.u-u tririt ir
Watch and Jewelry Club
j l.OO and SOc. a week
J. A. R. Vieiia&Co,
I IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT 8T.
LARGE STOCK OF
Trent and company !
KfiijieaiebliiK far romo explanation
120 NUUANU ST.
u TELEPHONE WHITE 718.
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