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nVHNINO Bllt.t.HTIN. HONOLULU. T. H WEDNESDAY. NOV. 7. mo.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
lwe Piiks rvaV I'O-UAY, for Now Ada.
A llriil class buciM.eci.er will nici pt lln
keeping or ii set nf books ililMliB
I'vcnlii)! hours. Addiess "A. V. ." Ilnl
litlli OllUe. 2.-2Stf
Yimiiis man wishes em- large room or(
two ntnall nimiia without liunril. Hcnt.
icnitnnablo. Address Ml' ." Ilullctlii
Carriage horse Appl)
Ontnp Mi Klnley.
Willi- l.uly wishes position an salon
l.iily. Addioaa "' Hulli-Mii olllce
iol rnom. lint mill cold water, elee-
trliflljliti, uhuwer and bath, at TIihItIic great Kaliiikti Icuncb, containing
Majestic, Hachs block. 2)CS"I 181,000 acres, with everything ex
l"urnlshod collage, housekeeping moms
fliriilhlnd. giiB stovi'B At Cottage
(Ilovo, King Ht. Iniiilre No. 8.
HoihpI piping rnniiiK, 70C (Juarry St.
nr. Alupul. kimmI lew-, Jl'J iiiontb
Cnttarc- I Clirlstly l.nne. Apply
Wong K'val. Smith St., mauka Hotel.
2 furninlied front roinua at 122.1 V.m
ma Ht.; rent reaitonabbi . 34(11 If
Newly furiilahtrd muicullu proof rnoiim SCALP SPECIALIST.
at 81 Vllieyilnl Ht. 272S-H SHAMPOOING, TACIAL MASSAGE,
rmni'hPd lmnm for rent S03 Kind MANICURING.
!'' 3r.20lw'ronT STREET oppcclte CONVENT
Mrn. HodaJon Teacher of Piano and
HiiikIiik Mmiy yearH' experlrnci'
Kat. mid pleananl inctbod. llapbl
nnd tliorotiKh piort-KH. Losroiia
KlM'ii at pnpIl'H own reablcucu or at
Htudlo. 213 Viiiey.iid St. (near I'm
iw. Ht ).
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
ah onierff tiuouiu up leu wi me na.
uallan Neis Co, Youdk bldfr. I'lionc
291 or Cottutiu No. 1, ilnalelea l.unn.
For liouie-help, phone White 2391, Ma-
I VlkU flunerai .Employment Office,
cnr. 1'emacola and Ueretanla.
Is Ju(.t as apt to net
out of whack as the
other fellow's. He
Did you ever think
about using one?
Cend your horse to us for a
good, clean cut.
Tel. Main 109
If you want first-class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Scfitiraan Carriage Co,
OUECN 6T. NEAR FORT.
TEL. MAIN 473.
Tor Japaneso cooks, waiters, women
for liouuwork and help for day work,
cupnlled on short notice,
JAI'ANEOG NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU STREET NEAR PAUAIII.
llluiik bnoks of all Kiila. ledum, I
i4c, lu.iiiiiriiclnri'il d IN llulhtliii I 'uli-
I'ur Tourists A doilrablo cottage,
iniiiiiilin luii'jr electric lights, run-iiltn-
wall i. ruriilKluil fur tlir per
son i rim' bathing, in nr Milium
lintel. Cheap ri'iit IMiono 71.
furnished rnotna. Rented to unit tho
times. Ilcled'a ('unit, Adams Lane.
Kuriilslied room, 00, cool, on car
line, I'hoi.o 1(141 lllnc 3521 If
I POW 8ALB.
r'liifc comer lot In MaWkl. Curbing,
wntir, fruit aud ornamental trees
nJ all Improvements. Two mtn
uloi' walk from can nnd Puoahou
College. Address It. P.. this office
ccpt my grip sack. Apply Col. S.
f-'cpiabs In nny
No hranih J. Carlo Pawn Co.. Port
m , iii.,.ii Mi.ai.in. .sr.nn.ir
' "Il' - .............. ,.... ,
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,,'
Umbrtllag re covered and brass
lulled. Tal.ala, 12SI Port St.
- Ucorge Price conaldeied hlmseir a
3ee Hutlnpa for repair of Locks, iUVi Mu-nilcil, uciwlble man. He wiib
Key.. Music Ijoicj, Snarpemsv oil pot gifted with Imagination, only a
Klnp CutlAry. flear Union Grill good derk living upon a bundled and
rZZZIZI i llfly a year.
FURNITURE. The, Hliexpecteil bappened that morn-
. Ing two huiira after (Icorgu 1'rltu had
Mission koa furniture made to order. 'lommeiiicd to work In the olllie.
llepalr work ilime. Wlug Cluing Co. Young Mr. Ijinili, the llrin'H Junior
King nr. Ilethel St. Im partner, culled llui clerk Into hla room.
BAR3ER 8HOP. , "You liuie been working very hard
lately, and u little holiday would not
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Kort Ht
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 0.
60RTON BUILDING. THIRD FLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON.
DR. T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
We exercise good taste and
judgment In picture framing.
Suitable mouldings carried to
harmonize any picture you
may wish to frame. Our
stock is also the largest In
Now is the time to frame
manufactured f. om nura distilled wa.
ter, Delivered to any part of city by
, )i fi; isjii III bTTIJir Til
i..f,..u -.. nui' ..... in- .,,
Tultphone (Hus 3151
'l'lm Wwekh Udlllnn of the I'.vulllns
IImIUIIm iIv n ininilciii sumnmry "I IIU Iminl IimiiIiwI lliu units isnitus
iu iiMwrf uf iim iu Far Ml (minium umiIhIiiIhii ibu iiiwuc) ulihli i
SHORT STORY FOR
AN OUTSIDER SOMETIMES
i COMES IN x
"(leorge, It'n tlnin jon stalled
town, dear, mid heto's a flower
l'tctty Mrs. Price selected n bright
blossom f 1 11111 the modest Utile Wim
bledon cottngi gnnlcu patch, anil le
gal tied her hitibaiiil as he stood bilish
lnii hla hat.
"Why tun 1 o iiu honored with a
buttonhole for my coat t h Ik morning,
llttlo woman?" Imiulrcd hrr husband.
"Wi'll, I am making an exception bt
taure It U Derby ilay"
"(looil gracious, ho It 1st I bad for-sotti-.i
al l.lbout III" exclaimed George
I'll"'. "Anywuy, what horse lire you
baihlug. Koslo?" inquired her husband I
Thu bright Mnllo faded from Mrs.
Price's sunny face, mid a troubled cx
i prculon took its place.
"Nothing would indtico me to go to
the races, (leorge. mid us for betting.
.Mm know my opinion about Hint, ami
1 loimlilcr thai one example in the
family Is suffli km "
"oh, jei, of toiirao. 1 linil forgotten
iiiIkimI Hint black Bbeep of u brother of
oiim. Never mind, dp.iroit, mlueil
diorKa Prlie, an lie Klxo IiIh wife u
,gg; "he may nlwnyM bau bebnved
- .Ilki) n hit of mi oiitxhlct, hut you makii
'iiii for the one blot upon tint family
t-sculi ht-un oer nnd over iiKiiln, doit t
I TI.O gllllcl-lllO win Interrupted
.... . ...
(liorite'M father, wl.o
(oiiplu with pildc.
'Aiij IIiIiik I (nu do for you dad?"
Ten, my liy. Kail U. I am almply
Hen im ullli rheiiiiiailHiu. I want )u
to pay in the ling of iah for me your'
liiiii'lieon hour II you will, lad: It will
snw my obi houcx mi extra nhuktut:."
"Of nurse. I will, dad, with pleas;
lire; pkntj of time. The bank h mily
i on ml thu lormr from our jilaco In
"Yea j but be ruicful of It, (leori!c,
my boy," exptuluiil the old man. "It's
ti IiIkkIhIi mini souin foity poumli ex
act mid It'll the entire f.avln;is of the
Holiday OiiIIiik Kund. 1 nm tho trejs
iner. mid If nnythlUK uliould happen
to It I am riMpoiiMlble, ami I HhouM
bae to make It itood."
, "All right, dad. baud It over; noth
ing will happen to It." And Mr Prlie.
Jr., lumplnri-ntly thrust the liai; of
gold Into mi Inner pocket.
"IJculiIeK, dad," uddeil Mrs. Price,
"the three of us don't possiss anything
like forty ihiuiiiIh In the world, do we?"
do you uny barm. I urn drmng down
In my iouhIii'h d:,-niit to ecu thu Der
by, mid I have decided to take you
. with me If you cam to ionic'."
1 "It is very good of you." atninmcred
'tho flattered (leorge. "I havo never
I wen n Derby."
"Itlght you are. Price. V start at
If nny one thing could be auld to
. liavv lulcri'Htcd (Icorgu mine than tin
'avveep of thu llylug liuri.es down the
.crest of I lie iohrn It waa tho rlir t
bonklnukera linmeillnti'ly facing them.
I Theno nnncuicd to tho iiiiRiiplilstlc.it-
led (Ieorgo to lio men of unbounded
'wealth, who freely gave vast sum'a of
'money to hundicda of people after
every race, (leorge notice 1 that one
I bookmaker Immediately fating them, a
Jovial, good-looking young fellow,
wlinio fam Minichovv teemed atrangely
familiar to (leoige, always Veemed to
I be giving out l.ngo sums in note? mid
gold fium the lapadoua depth of thicently
big leather bag which wna flung al his
I side. Tho more this Individual lost
Ilia mum he shouted.
I "Teii-io-oun bar two! Put ull your
I money on with Dicky Dent the Dash
er!" was the burden of bis perpetual
I "A bad duy for the bookmaker,
ll'lUe," lemurki'd thu Junior partner.
I At thla moment Mr. laimb wus tho
lieclpluit of a iiiyMeilous note, deliv
ered by a dirty Individual, who re
ceived fclx-pencu by way of payment.
"lly Jove!" wlilspeiud Mr. Iaiinii ex
citedly by Jove. Price! It's tho
tlmnie of u lifetime. A f I lend or mine,
who la lialner has Just given me tho
tip to put all my money on Wild Duck,
iiu dectarea It is lonsldeied a rank out-
I shier, but that It la going to romp
I homo. Nobody seems to have got hold
nf It jet He declares the fuvoritu
won't be In It with Wild Duck for tho
big race, lieie, glvu me tho card,
What Is thu starling pike? Phew!"
I And Mr I.niub gave vent to a grutilled
whistle. "Why, man allvo. It's ten to
lone! It means a foilunc. Ulny hem,
ll'itie, I inn off to Tnttersall's King. I
I menu to make hundreds out of this,
l.iuky thing I happen to have iibuut
foity pounds on mo. Wild Duck la
i bound to ionic home, so 1 shall make
four bundled" And with this highly
optimistic imniiik Mr limb dlaap-
1 1 im i en. v
i What u woildeifill oppoitlinlty,
illlilKCd thu lioiv uxiltol (lioige lie
wondered Idly what voiiii Mr. Liimhiher lialned. and then, old gill, old
would du with so much irioney (leoige
knew pi-ilcctly well what umi be'would
liuiku of nut ti ii mini lie would buy
Hie fieeliold of thu llttlo loltuge lit
Wlinbluloii foi llcule. ami even after
. tlit.1 lln'lti would he Mime mtr (nr lliu
'iciilde, when Iiu gin Ills yisiily fort-
plgbl'a holiday Anyway, it wus mil
uu llilnldng or II, he hail mi money
Ho nllllli lilllil invvif HvjUnitlliin.wiiini gt i ml( heie, obi lllll, I
(liu-igu iiiiusi I is ii'imis lulu mi po.n-
ii umi in iiie niiuiii iiiing Kiiiiui'uiy
lui' m nwll
father hnd glvrn lilm that morning. I
nnd which had relnnlncd In Ills pocket.
Kor n moment the comae seemed to
Bwlm befurft Ills' cyea. Why Bhould he
not hae mi elpinl chance with hla em
ployer? Why should he not make n I
For n few moments (ieorgo feebly
cndenvoreil to fight down tho mttd Im
pulses which were making him illny.
"Hack Wild Illicit," be heard a man !
That decided lleorge. He clambered
down frnln the dog rnrt mid with I
iluilied faiu he walked to tho wooden i
aland of Dick Dint the Dasher. I
"I want to put forty pounds nu Wild
Duik'" Ktaminered (leorgtf.
Tho "llualiei" eyed hltn with out
ward serenity, but thu jinplta of bis
cheerful blue eyes dilated slightly.
"WIuto's your money?" ho naked,
with biialiiesallka promptitude.
"Hire!" gaaped (leorge, na lie hand
ed oer the lanvna bug coiilnlnlng Hip
wherewithal belonging to the uncoil- j
cclous mi'inborn of the Holiday Outing
'I ho Davlier counted tho moilpy.
"I RiippiiFi It Is sure, to win?" In- '
quired (liorgn In a whisper Intcndeii
to bo private and conftdeiilln!, I
Certain to. replied tho Daeher
equably. "Hero's your ticket."
Then a liell clanged, nnd n tumult
uous roar nrmo from a million throats.
(Ieorgo ecrimbled hack (o his seat
on the dogcurt, mid with trembling
llngern searched tho curd for tho col
ors worn by llio Jockey riding Wild
Dili k. Then he eagerly acanneil Hie
faint rldgo of dm,t, which seemed to
be atlll mllea away, for purple mid
Had Ciorgua addition nut been an
nliiorhod bo would hnvo aeon Dicky
Dent tin Dasher ulvlne r.uild Instruc- '
IIoiih Co hi!, partner mid general help. I
I'm inn 101 on jcoaiii inr me i.iu
rate. Inside ring. You understand.
Whom were the purple and orangu?
Above nil, where was Wild Duck?
(li-orgo'H pyi" nearly (darted out of his
licjil. Not aeioiid, not third, not even
In the first live. Iben thoi'ry went up.
'The favorite' won!" And n cry went
up also from (lenrge'a very heart. II"
knew he was u dishonored iiimi, ami
hla face was white with the ahock.
To the utterly mlrcrnblu Oeorgo It
Fei'ined hours before Mr. I.unib re
joined lit in mid the races were over.
Mrn. Price was conaldcrnhty iiRton
Uhed when her husband arrived from
town two huura later than usual,
"(leorge. dear, what hua happened?"
alio exclaimed, its she noted the In
tense pallor of her husband'a face.
Kor Hie ilrst tlmo In hla life (leorge
Price did lifil answer IiIh wife, neither
did he look In her face, but piece b
piece ho told rer the whole Mory of
Ills temptation and Hie days utter
calamity, Hliu said no word, but tears
were rolling down her ihecka, and
Miha worn being bravely atllled when
an hour later she left tho little Wim
bledon loltuge upon thu dread errand
or breaking the ncwa to Mr. Price
"Twice In my life," sobbed Hos.lc
Pilcc, "hna It biought shame upon two
of those I love; first my biother, and
Her thought a went no further, for
at that moment aim ran headlong Into
u good-lmmurcd looking man who was
swinging along tovvaid her.
It may bavo been the tear-alalned
f.ico which arrested the miin'H atten
tion, or perhaps a long-forgotten mem
ory of a once familiar figure, but us be
looked sharply at the girlish form he
suddenly stopped mid exclaimed:
Mia. Price gave one look of nston
iHhmcnt. then shu faintly said. "Kred
oh, I'icd!" mid burht Into tears.
"Now. little bister." be krtld cheerily,
"jierhiipa you will tell your black
sheep of a brother, whom yoti haven't
Keen for ten ycirs, what happens to ho
"It's It a my husband," nobbed
"Una he been beating you?" ex
ilatined the cheerful Krcd. "If so, I'll
break uVery bono In his body!"
"No er no," sobbed Hoslc; "he
llo's been betting."
'Hilly fool!" lemurkcd Kred compla-
Hut you- vou dun t tinderstmul,
auld lloalo. "He Im did what you did,
Kred those ten yeara ago lie took
money which didn't belong to him."
The man hud become strangely sil
ent. "Only." lonllnucd Iloale, "the la this
difference. The money you took was
vvhnt father meant Jo start me In life;
It didn't much matter: It wua not pub.
lie dlsgiaie Hut (leorge oh, Imw cun
I tell you! He bo'took forty pounds
vhlch father held In trust ror tho Hoi
Iday Oiillng Kund, nnd and he lost It
to n man called Dicky Dent the Dash
er." The man heilile her suddenly gave a
"lly Jove, did he? Upon my soul I
believe It wua Hie fool who UBkcd mo
If Hie Iioim- wua auro to win!
"Asked you? Oil, Kred. were you nt
those dreadful races, too?
"leather'" unaweicd tho unabashed
Kred. "Now look bcie. lloslo dear. 1
Inn ci gut something to tell you, so dry
jour ejea and listen. Years ago. It U
Hue I became the black sheep of the
family, and stole your niuney Thai
was the only time III my lire I didn't
go stialght I nuiilo up my mind from
that day I would never do another
dlity trick, 1 became n bookmaker,
wiiit stialght for ten years, notcr
nuulu much money till today,
Well, lodav; I icllle fiom tno mo
You see, my pmtlier and I
horae railed liosle, 1 k.iw
Huich nunc hack, It wua your name,
Niibudy thoiight she would will and vva
got ton in lie, We have (liiind four
ihousaml I'liuuiU uplece over II, uud 1
am ililuklng of tailing n lllllu simp not
ninny nillra finiii lime, nnd I lotve tin'
Imr fm muhI
inh t uiiidn n li.ul hook ytum
m, a bid debt. wbMi hns never brn
ui'.i tuilng in wipe It mf HiU very ewn-
lli'le Dlil.) Unit lliu l.ilur iihiiiIi'iI
lllll live lHIII)'illll lllliW
"'lull (imr liimiMihi imi in iiu ii d"ii
FISH? DiMGEO IP P WHERE IN W RS WIND ArTSVw
ft ,AiHT! WIEFEj, y?7 PHIUPELPH f PLACE EASILY1 J 'A
UsjH,im .nf H lity)
ArrnHlNG'- i Mf J .too I yiP-
.but I must A1 1 A U A 4 If v iVyKmiBi
L-l l 1 111 II VI Ml WE BAY.,
tofqNkORl 1 ) 1 J ALSO THE CCtAM
'fsAY.OFFicEfCh j r (f I KNtw r g, ,-x "- HjOOA-i IS SUrJN j
ISmlHEREtiU fcl OFA-RAfE jst ii wf . Now ; ir yo NOT
SOME P-LACE Qrm T CCT mlffmg AH S1AND IT J "x 0!
sr,.AJ.RW.EJ WS TU YOU Wr-yyr PAL, I WILL -SgC cap'
VfoijA.fRiEfipy yij-iBB 6lLLV (I , HI mown you iN T2
y&0 )ri-o JIs!Z
'' ("DOpfTGIVEliPTn - Ifjrfruiii efiTHP) 'vf&sSi' CTthose kakebits ixntdoa
WAn"iUL7OM0Rt!M ,-iSl 6LE 'I0 PIE..op -7fW) bnJ(: BJT MAKE A GUY DRY
IjWT DIE HERC.h3 gf? ""'gCTta'-H KJI 'v VH09rj OKDEARJOKWHEEJ)
. vmt T V; wV ' V iVI
mid not to go on into couises ugulu;
ho Isn't the sort that ought to go, mid
Just give him forty liouuda out uf this
wltn Dirk Dent thu Dashers compli
ments." "Oh, Kred, Heaven IiIcbs you,"
sobbed lloslo. "How cun 1 thnnk you?"
Tho Dasher buttoned hla coat.
"Itemeinher, little girl," na be bcut
and kissed her, "thut un outsider some
times comes in." And she know there
was n double iilcunliig In hla uuuls.
Kor answer she raised tier haipy
eyed, which still glistened with tenia,
toward the blink ahoen'tf face.
"Once," fnllcied ltoale, "an outsider
wna in reality fnvoilte all the time.
And Dick thu Dasliei smiled. -Stephen
lloinl In Answers.
Dili INTO d
The bark HI. Knthoilnu ran Inlo a
terrlllu galu on her way up fiom llllo
to thla port. Kor four days shu wa
in the midst uf n sue cession of furious
storms and slicing easterly winds. The
gale began on Oitober IC, and coutln
iiciPwItb unabated fury until the night
of October 20, During that time the
bark, was tossed around llku u cockle
shell. Sail alter sail was blown away,
until Captain Saunders begin to four
be would soon be under bare poles.
He bad a large supply or extra canvas
on board, nnd It wna due to this that
the v easel weathered the atorni.
At llmea, when thu gale wna ut Its
height, great IiIIIowh nvrcpt the hlnncli
craft fiom atom to stem.
Captain SauuderH nay a that In all hla
tripa up mid down tho Pacific thla wua
die of the worst at or ma he ever en
countered. Notwithstanding her rough passage.
the bark made the tilp in twenty-four
days, which la uverngu time. She
Lrlnga 20,012 bags of sugar, consigned
to Welch & Co., and 40U tons or uwu
loot to Williams, Dlmoiid & Co. Call,
(TEETH preserved to middle age are
pretty mire to last out one's life time.
,The greatest known prosrvatlve of tho
leetn is BOZOD0NT. Why? Because
being an Alkaline and Antiseptic Liq
uid, t ntnatralei hu minutest crev
ices of the teeth, destroying the usad-
I if lo-HHi nnm .inn (Hiriiying in
j whole login klruclurv.
'rmMCTfXTiV'MiS'v v,Hr. tv.i;jiti.tCftvvCiiiWiioe nwuw7
Castle & Cooke, Ltd
:: uiar Factors
The Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, SL Louis, Mo,
Tho Standard OH Co.
The Ceo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co,
The Aetna Fire Ins, Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. tf London
fa. i Irwita & C., L(.
WM. G. IRWIN. ..President and Mar
JNO. D. 3PRECKE5..1st Vies Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vie Pros.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
E. I. SPAULDING Auditor
Oceanic Steamehip Co., San Francisco,
Westsrn 8ugar Reflr.lng Co, San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, hlla
Nawall Unlveraal Mill Co, (Manufac
turers of National Can Shred
der), New York, N. V.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., S.'in
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
AGENTS FOR: '
Havaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant, Co., O' mea Sugar Co.,
Honomu 8ugar CofWalluku Sugar Co.,
Pepeekeo 8ugr Co., Ths Planters
Lln of San Francisco Packets, Cfias.
Brewer & Co.'s line of Boston Packets.
LIST OF OFFICERS!
C. M, Cocke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Bishop, Treasure,' and 8ec
rriary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jores, C. M, Cooke and J, R. Gait,
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Is kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'8 ADV7ER.
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