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Evening i Bulletin
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VOL. XVIII. NO. 3488.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, 8ATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1906.
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I By Edward W. TotAwinend.
(Author of "Chlmmle Fadden ")
tiMR Mamma' If erer I mH thnt Aunt
Jan wiim'l th beat erer 1 ought to
hare a i abort aes1on with Dnd and his
ror .trap- Hhe U, and the funny thlnf
bout It It that one haa to flnl It out, aa
If It wm a .eeret .be w. .hamed of. I
foonA It out In funny way. I wm going
to my frlfod BI r' bon.c-you remem
ber K-tr't wrote Dad about, who can
, tilt l.e .11 right-well, t w..
AK o wre he lire, to ask him to
elf.. tont with me on Cousin Hoi.,
naywagon ride, .ikJ he w. Jut going o
th. butcher', to Kt ,"'1,e!.ln'
-.1 money. The che.K w.. If"
Amrt J.n. That wa.n't funny, of course,
bee.n-e Eggy'. "" oV. "lewlnj for
Aunty, but the check wa for Just the
am .mount Dad eends Aunt Jane for
y board. 1 M w to Egy. "A h
4ld Aunt Juno ent hi. mother . chee.
for th.t .um e.ch Monday, ""''h"'""!
hidbeen .ny .cwlng or not. .nd th.t 1.
the nw-lngDniTa check comes. H?whr
I ot horn. I asked Aunt Jane why .h.
ent my board money to Eggy . mother.
.i4 .he t red nd asked roe how 1
knew .he did. and I MA her. Then .he
.lid thM If my papa w.nted to be a .Illy
aaa nd aend her bo.nl money for her
own .l.ter'a child, Ih.nk hearet. p.p.
couldn't nuke tier keep Mich money. Then
he Mid I w. to run along nd play, and
not bother .bout things I conldn t under-
'! ar. exactly the very thlnf. I
tlw.y. like to bother about, so 1 asked
Ml. M.ry .hont It, .nil "lie ..Id. H.m,
k m. whU-h w first, the ecu or the
chicken, .nd I'll tell yon; but iV.u t k
mt th. my.tery of money affalra between
nation, by marriage. They .re deeper
than tb eye of a needle, nd more rtlffl
cult than for n lu.ur.iice officer to pass
through ( well.
I thought that wa r.ther mUlng thing,
for . iwhool teacher, but I let her go on.
"Hamilton," she .aid. "If your father dM
lot .end money fur your board to Aunt
Jane h would .y lie w. n .crooge, .nd
because h. doe. .cud the money she .ay.
he I. .Illy aw. N' that prore. that
until I know, what . .iroog l, It l time
ijf.i to praetl.e aaylug the i-.plt.la of
thai Mat- of tlie Union. Wbat'e the
cipital of Nebr.aha? Ilefore you .n.wer
I'll tell you tome good new. I m to
loaeh yoor da.. In achool."
That n hnjly, for Ml" M.ry I. th.
kind of teacher a felloW llkee. If you
dotf t know whill h k.k. you .he think.
Ai fclHttto tM you. not ot to bet
to'iDtte monkey 'o( yon for not know.
Ing. Ptrhap. teacher I. made to teach.
The only wy my tutor u.ed to keep hhn-elf'aw.k.-wa.
baring .port with me for
not knowing what he Wni hired to teach
me. That', why a boy'a lot I. a hard
pne, but'Mary I. a bird.
I didn't mean to tell yon .boot ueh
Illy .tuff a. turning, but about Cou.ln
Wob'a' haywagon ride. There were two
wagona and about a thou.and fellow, and
girl, in each. There. ere girl., because
Bob ..Id riding In a haywagon without
girl, would b. like golnr to work In the
morning. Hut I think they ar. .Imply
foolrih. Iggy .nd t wer appointed po
licemen to let the drjrgt know when
my on. tumbled' out of the wagon., aqd
to a, that aoordlng. and harmonium. In
the bach wagon pl.yed the ..me tnne
.. tbota In.th. front wafton, ao that the
tunea wvuUlu't mix In tht middle and ex
plode. Do you remember the llcorlth girl
who turned m down on the oda propo
Itloii! She wm tin re. Bhe'a a cheerful
worker, Clm Al, and If errr .he geta left
It'll be became Ihn procewlon l.n't worth
keeping up with. Hhe koiled up to th.
rapper baeket at the bottom of the wagon,
and ertry qmirter of a mile .he'd wonder
if the eakt waa i(illi;c tquaahed, and
'take a bite to innk. ur. There .be ant,
Dear Minima, getting iddier and pod
dler rlfht b.foro our eyei. There wa
upper oneuab, In eptto of that glrL for we
MrflTC tn grandpa'a boure, and they had
Cider and donut aud cake, and pleaalul
almoin er.rythlutc that', worth eating.
nut the atitet and pillow ea. game
after .upper w.i the moat ripping fun.
Bach fallow pretended to be a ghoit, ami
wmi of the llttl. girl, were near .cart to
death and ran Into the hou.e where it waa
light. Bpt when the crown up girl, were
frightened, lu.ttad of rnniilog Into the
bouM thay would run right Into the
ahadow of th. tree., where you'd think
th ghot would be th moat ac.reeouie.
Tb tn.n ghoat would run after them all
creaming to beat a drum, except when
they wr. In the darkent ahadow, where
they dldu't scream, and then out Into th.
moonlight ','miiiili g again. It waa great.
ione of.tte Ihpjs vtere really frlg-htfud,
and wlietv! .ill t wam't, Hob dirrtl in
to walk through th tree, alvne, and t
did. Qrahdpa aald I had my momma's
own pluck. He inh) you were neer
afraid of eren the old Harry, and had
proTed It. flrandma a.ked bow wa. that,
and Grandpa .aid hadn't you married a
Orandpa aald Eggy and I were to come
out again when nut. are ripe, nnd h
would show me a chestnut tree that my
Mamma clinked better than any boy In
the district. We are going out there.
Grandma'a donuta are a day dream, and
ahe alwaa ba. a lot of them, Hob ,
and puiiiln plra. Yea, Indeed, dear
Mamma, I Waut to see the trre you
The ride home waa all right, I a'poee,
but I wn asleep imwt of the way ou the
hay. Bob wasn't sleepy oren when we got
home, and he asked Mary to .It out on tb
toon with him awhile to see that no
fboito.cUM treww) toj both.er' ''
bPVUICMT. 19r, bY'THE,
The Sable Drones of
a. si nin.o- ..whmwuv.. ns,,, ,n ri.ninfTii
I iwulhern contributor to th HmAtn. In th wcnk
I picks up his humorous weekly and, man) drones
HE oer. Northerner, writ. the Pouthcrii
?rten .miles when he comes aaru.s .iwno'do not work a whole wrek la year. ,i. f,im ls- .v
S? .CV,t fPresenllng a Uouthern colored and who depend on their wles for nlMni "All rlirht 11 Ah
nui) aJttlng outside the cabin door dream-' Do anywhsro south of Slason and Dlnn fi, ninhelf to nluht
in m um sun. rn le with n a I,uey or Ma-1 n, aim U win not o ong iciore juu t,, ri.p m dreiimpi iinuiinowi usi n ,, wwimt, .i.-i -..v -.. v - - - -. T I "i "' " " " " - IB
tMa la Industrloual) laUloWs-!- com. across . reprcentathe of tho drone n'i. At. should pli de new r-'s; Ah was o Hie clapper. In th circle, and (h drone not long before h;re grinning and ,,,,.. h. ,,. ,0n,nnl U
ti or Ironing hourd Nine chance, out of typ It the woalhor be warm and tulmy Vllln' yu 'bout. mnl Ah 11 mak a big nukrs the du.t) de inters and .tallied hot. watching with Interest the drones streak -hd wmklnr echoes I,ucj "
tn Ihp Northerner think the them of til you wtll find him lounging about th y.ird wfrrtisr " "' tremble, tor wJi-n It comes to dinclng of luck fll 111 he wins aho' Wnl Ah up way In j nl.ht "W
IllualraUon a creutlon uf itli urllst a Im-.or aarden. yawning ut Interwl and llkol T.., i,i,t i.ucj comts home with lir "' drone can mot his fi-ei fatter thn "Com. I.'l Wok," h brealhs. snapping tryln' to iimko a bin wlnnln In in asm m
agination, or at bwvst a broad .,.,ra.laa Kt untangln hi. n.hliw lln or whll. .-7 K 1U. hU nngeni In tho will exclteinenl of the w Ah'dliab ""'" u ""T . ,41
tlon of facts If all a Joke." mu4. th.ltllng a trlggar for his rbbll trap. If It be J ".vJt t nwst of her h.M earned alher haa ten loalliiif ll day. while the) hv g.n-i. -onie. U I Jo. Huh! new dress drwi? Nobbeh ha I sch Wl lert l mjj 'JB
NortheiUer. 'Tho orda's kke to draw tlw wlnt -aeaa n )ou can locato Win In. !:, n,l It Is not long IWore h, , ilcks been w-orklng l'reeeuilr tho erowrt wear . to!t Ii Huht Olaby new shoe. Huh! life Why. et one tlm Ah h1 MMr.body Jl
ketohea of 8m and Ileum. noddnr awaT dwra w th hi. fe. t up lo tha holleet nl.,,"rll,,J.l"nni In hi. I rotten .u.penden mil M dancln lPilr of .stored Ulc roll Chicken pi. " cleaned out. en Ah w a wliip.h , 'VhiI SM
tbo hour, by the old ciibln door b,wM It aaha dre-nu th-iwmlnir eprlng Ihrouah1. long Ihim In hi lorn shirt and ,,Out on tlieaaody Moor. This la followed b) ai1 tb drwn win. And then he foihte.n dillat. to de good. I.utr'a e)a 'M
looka mar ptclure-quo Ihuti If Uio) wwo llwbluo pull, fnmi hi. dingy oorncob l-o. awj to hU nlglill) haunt, where other! a llngle of oolns loses. Bran cent of his winnings ind "Ten m
nt work. The colored man sn-ihl ".!T,hn i. wshln- he could Hlbernat im.iw,-. ,nn. n.ast nihl euend the frulu. ' 8en!" Jaculsts th drone, nappln ,vry cnt of Ijwcr' wa.h monny Mmlthre 'Toihleen do.lilist h j mt.
theiM dny. ham't time to loaf"
Kaenhaa. . whU tba Industrious .t th. llttl
a-w-or roll tar D-rrel and tha cot- tha waahboard and stnaing a hymn.
teat b m . ra aaun - anpptngr 1m "Lsau haa
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fEW YORk. HERAW CO.)
I Una eiiii Uml
Mine c-iu ie o-nunt
1 'noli snuijonn,
'i,iirj t ri- r
cltls works hint every uay ftion
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mi,, ""i". iiiii. ui". - chiii c n Hit nn onii ..iim ....- .. .nrp nil now n noillll, nnq
esccpt 8undH)s, there arern tn ...Tht Ironln rteni. fn Ah 11 tk tht enters to the colored trade
among th colored population dm aroun' aftih ippeb ryowesmefo without sweml Uitili's on the
wssnimr ne couiu oioernai iikiii....,
and lltards 0rt In on comer of tnolr whes labor
room hi. wife I. laboring oer
ki. m nniicv on th
.a iion ha -oe around to the little shmtv
- . L- yawn u arone. uuuiy,
ino wno a. wm- --tn-
Ttvri and U4u1Ib
Ahll ntl faxiirllecinocllon. )e!low gin unil'lunrt-i HeVn dsln HuDI U.t !oh le f nil' Idowii lln reniie I was a gi ".
. tlnf It h ailed "slick gin" mul Ills r,nf the droie has liui. jin m nnl wln deor Mamma, If you will send the hel.net
nrtstlnrtts-il -II b. - tb..a I .. !. .!i ,r,i ........ ......! . . ... t . a
'"". HV"r" cT'.',i1, 4" k'J',r' ''"""', '" bo"1'' l,n' " .I,,n b one the teHore ig rurfutl) n snd nn.e gird I will remain your iovfur
rubs wrth r-cel iljor i.,red oer them This Is supposed toWllhelr empt Mgs and then drop out of th'" j, VXII1.T0V
It ilew heah dJne All m n 'cure all' down Bouth. and no barroom , Ufce). ai not th,y otV the trults """ ii.i.n.i..
sues curlnit "misery In th"hae,t and soiled dice SUM hv know there
d Ilk to hih six Wis lecl ob roometl.n, ' It Is also a raptd Vplac to aleen In the steamer", hold
Tess now Ah went hllarator
Klr.t ha risks twolh. fl"-."
strength of his dream.
Ten cents yu doan mak
on in th crowd
on th rta of tha!
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ni imiFw.'" yn,i)U llKely as not they lose the trulls
la enmplet,cr one month'a hard work rolling barrels
buflst tit- nd bales nn rii.r nriri in n turn of the
..i - l.li .h.hi. An our In sal h.n mil tlms r'kmr. sail .k.. .. .. ..... . u.k. ..!,,. ..... jB
snOUIS One !"" I" l wnen meni lims VJinr,
in . mm at th die. Th drone fmwn. . "Oh! Ah lost et a In. Ram Rml.t dun
et," calls aont -.iniim. earn to out up hi hat and
1nen laua-a, tla another ll of
blta. tn .tn" a tao unnr'a ijam
i slsaiiJi toBW t'ITT diT h rtasa
nanng to play "Bhots" Mary a Id Hob .
would hare more time to aire to the
ghosts If he sat on the etoop alone than
If .he helpe.1 him, no sho went to bed.
Kry was to stop with me, nnd went
to bed, too. I dnn't finnw how long I
was 1-p, but some time or other t
woke up nn 1 henrd some one down on
the stoo)i. I woke up Bagj- nnd anld I'd '
bet a nlrlel that Hob was trying to scare
us I laying that real ahots bad come, and
that we n wild giro him the s'prlse of hi.
life. Well, we sneaked out by the back ,'!
door and around to llio front, keeping In,
me nune, anu eure enough there waa
lloh-I tlmiuht -wearing a mask and fool.
Ing at the wliclon. Kgy and me could
hardly keep from laughing when we
thought of the s'prlse ttoiiM gr him.
llien we drew up n plan of battle. 1 aald
I'd tackle him low, and hard, and If .1
brought him ilonn By was to .It on his
head and hold his arms We were bare
foot ami crept up on the foe .. silent .
a kitten after a grasshopper, until I
nudged nw I was going to .work. I
mnde a long due. got a good tackle on '
hi. legs, low, and brought him donn hard
with a hump on his head. I koiiM hare
Ixfn eorry, but Hob waa an old footballer
and I knew he knew how to protect his
bend In a fall. At the same time Eggy
at on his bend and grappled his arms.
Then we both yellcl, nnd I said. "Why
don't you get upl"
"Why don't I get up! Cnn't you
eonntV said the man: "I'm out." When
I realised that It wssn't Hob I nearly lost
my role., hut I Hung to his lejra nil I
could nnd Kggy nns grinding his head
like n gwil fellow Then we both got
our rolcei and I tell you we yelled for
Unkle Tom and llnb ns If r were ship
recked nmrnrrs nllh nothing to ent and
drink, and a fair lont wat passing on
before our ferer dimmed eyi e the same
ai In a story lHk How we did yell!
Ill half n minute I'nkle Tom came
rhoalng In hi. "pajams." carrying a shot
gunj Hob enmo chasing, carrying my '
baseball bat; Aunt Jane came chasing,
carrying n light, and Mary enme chasing,
carrying a parasol. Unkle Tom took one .
look at the man ami said, "Well, I'll b ,
t" The rest that he said was wli(t
Papa ssys when he lsrery much 'ston
Islied. He poked the shotgun In tb.
nin face and ,Uoh took the mask nff
the mit-and he nns a real burglar! ,
Mary made a little yell, hut In another
minute aran telephoning .for the con
table., - A "'; 1
Truly, Mamma, Eg'gy and I nearly had
fit. when we saw thnt we had Captured a
burglar, but we were not M uenr having .
At aa the burglar was. He looked at us
and bllc'ted and gulped, and rubbed hi
eyes, and at last he eald lo Unkle Tom,
"Are those kids yours, Oorenior?"
"No." said Unkle Tom; "NetUw and
"Well. OoTernor." said the burglar, "all
I've got to say Is that I thought the) nrre
two husky, full grown cops whn they
fetches me down nnd holds me there. Ho
I gave up to enre me from a fanning with
their night stl-k. Them haa had onlyx
nitles. Whnt a disgrace this la lo me!"
Eggy and I were the whole works the
next day In th court house, when the
Jndgo gave Mr. Hurglar ten year.. Hut
to the last he k'ept looking at us and say
ing, "Two full grown cop. nllh night,
.tlck.-th.t. what I thought those kid
We bad our last game of baacball the
other day, for now we are golnr into
practice at football, with Hob to coacb us.
But that last game waa fierce. We had
th other sldo beaten a mile If we had a
chance with the umpire. Hut a boy came
to u. and said that the umpire bad bet
ten renta we would lose, so Eggy and I
got the umpire between us and said
things to him a. nicely aa we could. W
told him to get the al.epera out of bl.
eye. and ee a few things we did a. well
.. ti th thlnrs and a few more that the
other aide did. He told us. to play ball
and he'd 'tend to business, and he did.
But all the ..roe Eggy or I .tood near
him all the time swinging a bat easy, a.
if-we didn't know wh.t to do with It. but
might know If be made an) more or ma
fanny decisions. We wou. -
Dear Mairorm, please send me . foot? .
ball nose gird and a helmet with ear,
protectors I pl.yed without them .Ip-a
pr.ctlce tie otner us), aim wucn ..
home Mary looked at rue and aald i "My ,
dear child, haie )0U tetn lu Tacking.
town? You Iook live poiieu nam. i
nnfl rt m restore you to something n.
mother might rw.i-ni as a apenLlnir
acquaintance." It I. true, Mamma, that
rsn after Mary had touched m. up with
arnlka and court platter I w at (ar from
ttng your little curly ielred darln you
wr '-oui to b.re tl on the back .at
, ' mist- with )ou ui )nu ttor
Is a1 . t.
and Mh" ,W ryr
cost, rteannd et out wld a sebea. But Ab waa
"ntck luster t fua. Wo ifcjn't b kuhprlsl ef
ana Ah doan win out on flat policy -. -owl.
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