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r.vr.NiNn r.n.t.um, tins'oi.t't.t' t it tikm.w mihmi
COOK WITH GAS
And Get All The Comfort
There Is In Life.
Bishop Trust Co.,
FOR SALE )
For one week only we offer a home
on Xing St. near Fawaa junction for
$2,000.00 part caih, balance on
mortgage payable in mothly install
ment! if deiired. Lot hat CO feet
frontage and depth of 120 feet. Wa
ter tupply from artesian well. Houte
contains 3 bed rooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath room, 4c. Serv
ants' quarters (2 rooms); green
house, chicken run. All buildings in
Reason for telling: owner leaving
2 Cottage at Walklkl;
frontage on beach.
Bishop Trust Co..
la not a Luxury; It la a Necessity.
But you Mutt have the BEST
and that la provided by the famous
and most equitabla Lawe of Maaaa-
chuaatta, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would ba fully Informed about
thee lawe, addrtea
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Tal. Main 1M.
P. O. Box 12.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Bolssr,
Dredging, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
" Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH A KmWAIAHAO STB.
417 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other DeeUable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVtS.
No Reasonable Offer Refuaad.
EMPLOYMENT OFFICE AGENT
DOMESTIC GENERAL HELPER8.
Office, Nuuanu near Pauahl.
Tel. Main 473.
Beat aervlcea rendered, charges rea
aonable. Quick ordera promptly at
Bamboo Furniture Mad to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
MS S. BERETANIA BT.
TELEPHONE BLUE Ml.
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Bts. Japan
ese and Chines Laborer Supplied.
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2111.
K. FUJITA & CO,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND '
Bamboo Furniture Mad To Order
NUUANU 8T. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
XMAS BED BERRIES FOB
Mrs. E. M, Taylor
The Weekly Edition or tna Etenlm
Bulletin live a couplet summary ot
U Bwa or u oaj. ror aj. a
X1 JJy yj A
By BURTON E. STIiVENSON
Aether el "The Holladay Case
Cmpyrliht, 1904, hy lltnry Halt a4 Company
Amid n silence strained, absolute
the coroner took frutn bis poeketboos
tlic Imttuii In' liml fotiml lu Uruham'i
"I bellevp Mr. Drysdnle will find II
difficult to explain t'ls, gentlemen," lie
eald, bis fnce glowing more uud inure
nnil be held ugilllint tin1 pbtc the lint
tou lie liuil found.
It lilted exactly; the button matched
the otliiTH on tln i oat; tin- nlin.il ol
cloth nnit of tliu Hitttiv color and mu
tcrlal iim tliu remainder of Uie garment
It nnt n proof there rnulil l no illn
DUtlllg. "Let us ko up to t'e house uud linvt
a talk with Mr. Ilrjsdule," altl tin
Tbey followed lilui In slleuce from
the boathouse uud up the broad grutel
Hliall I hute Urjsdulo lulled
don n V nuked Dclroy iim tbey Mteppiil
"No," Kiild the coroner; "I'd profet
to nee lilui lu his room "
"Very well." Ibe other ncitulesced.
unit led tbe way tbrouRli the Htlll
deserted hull uud up the stair.
At tbe top, Treiunlnu turned to tbe
"If jou dou't mlud." lie said, "I'll
ltd on to my room. I'ui feelluic pretty
well used up."
Tbe other went on to the next door.
"Who's tbereV" queried Drysdulo's
Open up. Jink." called Dclroy.
"Ve'te trot to nee jou ou some rather
"Important business!" Drjsdulo re
pcuted, and tbey heard hlin cross tbe
room. Then tbo door ttus liuug open.
"Come In why, what the ileuie In nil
this about, Dickie?"
"Come lu uud shut the door, Jink."
replied Delroy illetly. "TliU gentle
man I Coroner Heffelbower of lluby
Ion., Ho wishes to auk you n few
Drywlnle unaltered with u Mure of
umiuclucnt, lint he stood aside and let
tbem pusi Into the room.
"I will packing. Dickie." be h lid
"I've pit to ko luil: to New York
today, to I-hiI; nftir some Investment.
I'd IILu to Htay, old mint, but I really
Hoincthllig lu the faces of hli aiiill-
tors stopped lilui, and bu t hanged color.
"Kit down. Mr. Drjsdule." Kild llio
luruiier Holeuiuly.hliiinelf tnkltign ihnlr.
"Our bualiieii ui.iy take mime little
time. You on n n revolver, I believe."
"Yen," all Jaik, "a Smith A. Nes
noil. I wuh Just looking for It. When
I opened my trunk Just now I missed
"How lotiif baa It beeu since )ou
"I cuu't say tno or three duys, per
haps." "Did you have your revolver last
"No; I haven't seen It for a day or
tno, I tell you."
"Imi t'ls your rcvolterl" asked 'tbe
coroner, producing tbo v.cupon.
Drysdule took It uud looked at It
with uu air of astonishment.
"Why, yen," be Buld. "Where did
you get It?"
"And Is t'ls jour raincoat"
"Yes; but what"
"You w oru It w ben you went uut luat
Yes; but I luilst"-
"Mr. Drjsdule," usked the coroner
sternly, "for what purpose did jou ko
out Uut night, uud where did jou go"
Drjsdule sprung to bin feet, Ids face
rod with uugvr.
"Why, you lufcruul buiyhdy!" he
ciled. "It'rt nouu of jour liuslneis."
'Ten jou leruru touuanerV"
"J uiorft urtaliily iIj, uud I think
juu'd belter ko back to ll.thjljsi."
"1 vtiull go Iim L lu due lime, Mr,
Diyt'dule," tetoited the coroner lu u
cool uIio, liohiiui; up bin hand. "I'd'
bip jou hiue as jet not liu.iul of t'o
1111.111 r ..iiiitmllti. I linn, lint iih'lit im.l
I ' --- t.... . .-,- ... -.
' of t'e lobbeiy nhUh aceouipjulej It)"
DrysdJle puled nuddeu'.j , his Imiid
"Muuler!" he lepeuted blauklj-,
"I'recUely. flrabni.i. t'o Kaideuer,
nus mmderel Inst ulitht uud Mu. Dil
roy'a pearl netkhue stjlcu. You were
t'o only pet nun h lei t t'o hotue. Your
luuilur wiih found hesldu him T'ls
button, loin from jotireo.it, mil fmml
lu bis luuid. I hope jou will uoir per
ii'hw t'o wisdom of gliliiK us u letiillcd
uit'ouut of join' uiuiomi'UU while jou
weio unuy from t'o house"
Drjxdule hud listened with u ;;iow
lug lullor. When the coronet had flu
lull"!1'" " ' '''- !'",- , ,', 1. !
his TiiiihI ITelplewly before hleje
Hut be dlil not speak
"Well" inked lleffelboner Impa
tiently, after n moment.
Drjsilalc took donu his hand and
ateadled himself iiKalust the biuk of
"I hfle nolhliiK to siiy," he lintr
"Do jou HTlst lu t'nt decision?"
asked tbu eoioner Muirply
"I certainly do"
'"Iheu." Huld HeffellKiner, rising In
his turn, "lu t'e name of t'e law. I
khall hnf to arrest jou. l'leuse finish
Itrjsdale wns ready lu u fen mo
meuts, and tbu little party passed out
Into the bull.
tjuddculy from tbe further end came
the snlshuf skirts, uud (Iriife Crojilou
appeared, rudluut us the new day.
She paused In ustoulshuieut as she sun
the Kroup. Then she came forward
Her e,ies went anxiously from face (u
"What Is It) ItUhurdV" she asked.
"What has happened'"
Delroy luugbed u mirthless laugh
"lluough uud to spare." he uusnere.l.
They're wresting Juck. here, fur mur
der." "Kor muider! Uh whj did J3J kill
bliut" she cried, turning iipjn her
lover "Wtij did j on not wait"
"Kill blml" echoed Delroy "ltut lie
didn't, Uruce! II jw ciui jou tbUik su.-h
u thliiKl He could clear himself by
tolling whe.ebe nun list nljilit. uud it
iefust-4 to do It. M-iyhe he'll tell jou."
She turned her sent bin: ejes to her
Where weld Jou lust night, Jucki"
she asked. "Wu'll tell me. wiu't youV"
"leH joui" he sneered, his ejes
blulug v.lth s.iwii!c utihcr "Whcio
wus It You ask me that'i"
And with u t,esture of fierce con
tempt he went on down the stair.
T w.u not until the Sunday
cVenlni: follow lug Tieiiialnes
.(.... a, imc. tliil t fi.ii.ifl inc.
,j. ,V..II 111. V IHdl .".l.... .rf
Si H'lf alone with Cecllj and In
n position to tic'lu Hi it fjuvcrsntlou
frui.i which 1 hoped hj much.
.She had urrajeil huself lu tbe same
gariueutH uhe hut worn tlu llrst nUht
I had met Ur-lho Koigeuiia i-jjtttuiu
of the belli) uftr.iliililtf. U which she
wus most at lumc but 1 li lit grown
tuoie i.ccustomcd to her ami tat down
near her without any fcteut bod.li.zlo
ineut. Shu v.'ns Ijl.i.: u:i the cj-cli on
gaged lu rolling cUitrciiiM with to
murkahle kl.lll uud ccleilty und bad
iiultu ii pile oil the tlluu-t bedde her.
I sat uud watched the tuipptc lingers
uud the led, red lips uud the duk face
cbiiuglug with every wnvu of reeling.
"My fileud," slid said suddenly, turn
lug to me with Intent giue, 'do jou
kuaw where diiudinix has giiueV
"No," I ansneied: "ho did not tell
uie. He said only that his IiiisIiiivsm
was lulling him away."
"HusIiicsh! Oh.)! And jou believp
"Why shouldn't I believe It, CjcllyV"
"If It .cio tnetely huslnesi be could
have taken me along. T.tmlmu! He Is
growing weurj of mo; I nuiioj- lilui, 1
tan see It. It v.iw. or loutse. Inevita
ble. Sjo'i be w III bo He'idiug me .iw.iy,
Ohe!" And she stietehed her anui
uhove her head with that gasttnv I
lind seen befoie. "Ah, well, d'llluour,
c!e rlres et U'oublls!" Aud she laughed,
but I fancied there was u soli beneath
the laughter. "At least I shnll lie ng.ilii
lit St. l'lciie."
Suddenly there tuuie u soft bUilii.r
from the little uige over the indlitor
"Ah, I must fieil l'e IV; she Is wil
ing uie!" she tried, uud )be spi-iug up,
ran to the uet room unit ciimo biuk
with n llttio wine In u glas,
I stojd and w.llc-'.ied her wllli.iUt he
lug greitlj lm,iiesseil, IV IV seemed
vtij It trmii'ks and lethirgie- JVlJently
the clliuato or New Yolk, even though
ii.uHoVicd hj the nil. la tor. did not
aglee with her
"Of iouiso Tremulue will K back
with jou," 1 usjuied her. I wiu wou
during If she really suspected bis In
tcutlon "No; 1m will not," she bald deelcledlj.
"Hut." she added, with uu e'ecttle
llat-ti of the ejes, "he may como 111
I lighted another Igaiette.
"Wheio did jou meet him, Cecily V
"I In i nine to St I'lerio three, four
year.) ago. Ho i.av.' l.in one d ij' stand
lug at Iho ilixu of uij bouse 111 tliu
"Do j-ou know wheui ho cuuia
So it mattered lion uif n
"He licit r tnll.ul about In- past
"Ills pi i No no i nut wn II
to in' We bid n prettj i r. m plins
at lViid Corre ratiilKm' I wish 1
wns there now'"
Von wet- Imppy there '
t' except for the tunes doudoux
was lu Ills til nL sprlN"
"Ills black sellsV
"es ib. the i evc-y oue iuu from
him even I He wns terrible nit lug
uud cursing MVeur Inliism '
"Johnson" I repeated, with u sud
dui leap of the heart "Who was be.
"He was iloudoiis'a zoi.ihl " she
nustvered with eoiivlitlou. unit erjsed
"'Iheu he I'.ldn't live nt 1'onil Corre V"
"At I'oud-l'orreV Oh. no' He was
.1 zombi lu the ulr. In the eiirth, etirj
where Doudoux would light with
lilui uu liwur ut il tl.ue Oh. It was ter
rible:" I leaned buck III my thilr ami
watihcd the jmoko fioiii mj i Igaiette
circling upniird 1 , reiueiutieri d the
letter that bud been tattojed on the
nrui of the man killed III suit fourteen
Bo 'Ireinnlne bad some muse to bile
hlin-hu bad helped him. bud supplied
him with whisky, with monej throu
fear and not through friendship,
establish that tins to take another
"Did lie bate those spells often,
Cecily)" I asked ut lust.
"Oh, no; sometimes not for mouths
'Iheu. phut, the zombi would charm
"With n little scrap or paper, Jos
'lliere would come u letter, doudoux
would open It; nlnnjs In It tture would
be u little piece or puier Sometimes
It hud writing ou It, sometimes print
ing, as though It bad lieeu cut from u
newspaper, 'lhrii, tauibou, doudoux's
race would grow black, be would tear
tbe paper Into little, little hits, uttering
curses the most terrible, and we would
Clippings ftoui a newspaper! Here
was a coincidence. Hut 1 cudgeled
toy bruin tululy. I could Torn ho
theory us to why a clipping lnum
cuuse those tits or rage.
'Tile lust one, tliou.li, did not give
film u spell." sl.e lidded, after a mo
ment. "We weru watching the Minuet
out across the wntir when Dodol
brought the letter to him. '1 his time It
wus printing mid writing both. I got
up, rcudy to lice, fur I thought that
woukl be twice ns had. Hut no Ho
i.ut reading It, uud his ejes glistened.
Then lie sent me running for his hat
uud hurried nttiiy to St. Pierre When
he cuiiie buck he told me that we wore
to ionic ut inn e to New York "
"You lunn himio very pretty Jovvulrj-,
Cecily," I said, touching the great
biooch of gold that gleamed ut her
hlie luugbed llko a pleased blhl.
"Yes. Arc thej tut prettj-, cheV Let
me shuw- jou," and, springing fiomthi
couch, she run Into her bedroom. In u
moment she wus hick ng.ilii, a box of
Inlaid ebouj lu hei hands.
"See!" she cried, uud tluew hick the
Indeed they v.eie vroith i-cclug, uu
It was not t. lullj to illsirm he.' us
pltlous. if uhe hid iitij, that I Imur
il over t'iMii t li t I cune t III
(To Be Continued)
A POPULAR LAMENT
Where Would Society Be If One Was
Judged for the Sins of Others I
"0; 1 tiled one of those hair tonic j
Lumetlme ago and It neter did me .1
lilt ut good "
That'll what man J ueonlo uie having
ftoduy when thej letlike llerplchlo u
It t.ould bo us wnslblo to b.ij "I
iiuvei truvel nil il lllllru.ld hecililbc I
often see iiillisious uuutlouul lu the
Newbto's llenilihlo Is speclullj mule
tu diBtroj the germ that Is living on
the loots of join huir
That Is wh It is hi oxieullnglj elh
melons II Is thcie fur the Mile iiii
nose of ilihliuu the hull of this turn
sltle growth, after which the hult
giuvvs us nature iutinded
Sold bj luulliig drugslsts. Semi lfii
lu Ktiimim fin tuuilile to 'I he tleiplilib
d), Detioll, Midi llolllbtel Ding Co
CdL. II. S. OLCOTT DEAD
riiiin Advar, .M.ulias, India, uiiihj
tliu neWH of the death or Uol II H
llhott, tliu foiiiulil of the '1 heosoph
.Ml. Uhott was lujuied lu u iallio.ul
niddeiit lu Itulj sonic, tlmu ugo. riiiiu
which computations uiosu that ended
lu his demise mi 1'ehuuij 17.
The Coluuel was V jcits old ut the
time of his death, being bom lu
Oiuuge, N. J., In 1832. lie wuh iiii
uutlior ol some rinuvtii und veiy In-
rtiurtlve lessons i.unu fiiim his jicii up
the culture of sugtii cune
In 1875 lie assisted in rounding tin
Thfonnnhluit rtocletj III New Vol It
Col. Olcott was lu Honolulu in 11)01
cu route il inn India tu California, ami
ileliteicd a niimbii of lei tuns whlh
jsjs-"Fnr Rent" carda on sala at
the Bulletin office.
:aig11iiiViHiiM .tn niytiiltiii 1 fc iiftMlMlitonilii' If fffjuri
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am Sod C.E.
Consulting Hjurnullc Engineer. '
HONOLULU, H. T. I
PABT DUE AGENCY COLLECT.
OPS OF CLAIMS AND ACCOUNTS.
PHONE MAIN 383. 122 S. KINO ST.
A. J. DERSY, D. D. R.
hOflTON BUILDING. THIPD rLOOR.
PHYSICIAN AND 8URQE0N.
DR T. MITAMURA. OFFICE 1412
NUUANU ST.; CORNER VINE
YARD; TEL. WHITE 151.
Serial Story No. 27
Some of our merchants are not
very busy, so at such times thev
stcntl cro'n'l r.tul til): to their clerks
and explain why it is.
Tl:c7 say people are patronizing
the Or.cntal business houses.
Then the clerks sympathize and
they all talk tlr matter oer with
the next customer and deplore the
fact that if the haolcs continue pa
tronizing Asiatics, American business
must go to smash.
I have often heard these kinds of
talks taking place and while I was
listening to what thev had to say I
looked with a good deal of interest
at the linen thev were wearing be
cause the pake who washed it didn't
get the blueing scattered evenly and
had failed to remove a laundry tape
with Chinese characters on it.
At such times I would like to men
tion that I am in the laundiy busi
ness, but I am conscious of others'
lcclings and reserve my say for this
space, which belonus to me.
just the same as grown-ups.
One of the most disticsstng
complaints from which
children suffer is worms
and unless the proper rem
edy is used it will be of
long standing. Let us rec
ommend to your notice
BENSON'S WORM POWDERS.
Pleasant to take. Sure to
biing results. 25 cents a
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Want your clothes made
to your measure by a 'tal.
lor, If you rould get them
for the same price as you
pay for ieady-to wears (or
hand me downs) 7
We make garments thai
have individual distinction
and Qlve the wearer a
grace snd style not ac
quired In ready to wears.
In other words, they fit
and Qlve latlifactlon for
the nmt price.
Geo. A. Martin,
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
rt lih " f' "1" " ' --
The Little Ads. with the Big Results
II) u thoroughly competent womnli.
fiitnlllur with business procedure,
position us cleik or housekeeper,
references A-l. Address (1 C ."
Ilulletlli unice SiJlH-U
Iti'siH'rtnlile woiiian cun si euro pas
s.ige to Manila for i, light wmk
en mute 'T It lliilh'tln
uit while man ubiiltt 2U jmrs of ugi .
lis niliii'i .il? ttlilllliuiuiii I. tliu
Itooni. I'urt mid lintel 3i..!l-it
A Job lomposltnr .Hle.nl;' wmk.
good wages. Applj Ilulletlli of-
T'osltlou ns iisst hiMikUeeper ur wiiih
thlug similar h iimipeteut miiti.
Addl 0 K . Ilulletlli ulllie
Itoouis single or eu suite. Tonus easy
Uood accommodations, Just the
place for having iniincy to uinall
wugc eai tiers. Uomo and try Thu
New Kra Hotel. I'urt SL bet. Vlne-
yard uud School Sts. 3591 '!
Wull.lM lle.ich residence for rent or
will cMhuiigo for other proper!) :'
lias servant iii.u(eis, i an Inge
house, etc. Iiuiulie .1. Oswald Lot
On I'ottuge W'nlli. nff Sclusil St. up-1
tti.itfilii intt.iL'nf line rennlr! rnlll
11-IIII11 1t4ltlt !- lipilM .
IK. per mo. Apply Wilder & Co.
I'he.iii I'lne. cool. iiinBipilto-proof
houseki eplug iiioliis, ideitrlc lights
und hot lutli Phone illue 13:'.
A small fiiiiiUhed lottagu and nlrely
fiirulsheil looms, nt Huutclca l.iwn
i or ltlc bin ds and Hotel Sts.
ruiulslii d rooms und n small eottnge. r
Alake.i House, 1077 Alake.i St.
Cottages In Chrlatly Lane. Apply
Won.; Kw4l, Smith St., mauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Km
mu St., rent reasonable . 3101-U
tlfiy furttslud mimiullo proof roonir
si vinois-i si ;7L's-ti
ay'Tor Rent" carua on aala a! I
thn DUllftln o'll'
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano, Or
gan uuil Singing l'leasiint uud easy
method ensuring thorough uud rap
id profiles'), with perfect touch,
time, lingering and expression. Stu
dlo, liTtl lletetiiiil.t St , between Al
liken und Central Union Church
(see sign). Interviews from 10 to
12 und 3 to U, Satin day afternoons
Mr. J as. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
All orders should be leli ut the llu
ttulluii News Co, YniitiR hldg I'houe
! or rnltiigp No 1 llaaletea l.avvt.
For nice, smooth shave call at thai
Criterion Hlmp. 111 l'oit St.
Clunk books of all aorta, ledger -j
tp . innnnrnetiiriiil hv the itullelin Pub
BBC-"For Rcrt" card on sale at
the Bulletin office
Walcli and Jewelry Club
Tin Casths (Igiretles A new
slnpiiieni bus In n mm i Hid Oil
sale now l.i I'll rp.it 1 1 Ic llius and
tin Mvilletlgi. Mine lO.'Glt
Finn corner let In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit an. ornamental trees
aud all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cara and I'unabou
College. Addra K. F., tbla offlca.
T,K, ,plt ,, (lry firewood can
bought nt the Knku Tire-wood Co.
Wnndjnnl cor Nuuanu nnd I'uiialil
Sts Jil I'.iiimil St I'liolie Main
IMuo While Leghorn nnd l'l) mouth
Itock eggs for setting, nlso u few
pairs of jniitig chickens. 11)11 King
near MLfJully Ht 3581 tf
Young locn.iniil tries, fiom 1 to 'i
J curs old In iii,iutitles Aiilj tu
1' 0 llox li). I.llmc, Kauul.
A llahcuck I)hiiatch Nowa Press, fold
I er, etc, complete; good condition,
i Annly Ilulletlli olllce.
(n South Kiinn, rai.UOO acres of land ns
a whole. Address
WOOM AISO BOARD
Itnoui uud board lu nrlvute fatuity for
lad j or gentleman 133.' Wilder At.
Terrlturlul Trensnrj. Siirvoj l)eiurt
incut, Nos OH and C15, dated
Aug 11, 1U0U. for JIO nnd $1 xr
respective!) lu favor of I.eong
Hong, iippioprlntlon, expenses ut
Held parties und olllce work Re
turn to Audit Olllie, Honolulu.
Ladles' diamond ring. lite stones.
, I'lnder will he suitably rewarded
b) ictiiriiing same to tills olllce.
l'asshiMik Til 71 on lllshop & Co. I'lnd
er ple.ise return to hank
A gold wut ih fob
id to this olllce
Hevviird If retuin
Illanlt books of nil wrta, ledgers
tc , manufactured tiy the uulleltn UD.
Umbrell.i te covered and brass
Uhed, Takalu, 1234 Fori St.
See Haatlnua for -epdrs of Looka,
Koy, Mueie Iioics, 8aarpema of
r'lne Cutlery. Itcur Union OrllL
'or house-help, prone White 2891, Ma.
i alkl lloLeral Kuiployment Office,
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