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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 20, 1907, 2:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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4M m$ sir
f.'npyrioil, I'll, hv Ih, v Lift HtrM
I'lirtpa'ji All Umlilt Hn-rrtd
I"" III. lint tt u we were at the
farm grandpa tnM n thr storv of
Dip caie Ilo mil tbnt when
he was n little liy hi. itrrinil
father tnlil him I ho tury, and
Mid he w.n certain that inch
11 cave wa on tli farm. Grandpa "sod
to look for It when he wm n little chap.
looted for ilml, and wo 'lade n r'n oft
hnttlc Kcgi niul I wire t "h"" ,,1n
nt. t" the Bifl. '" ,l"',, 3I IhPbnrny.ird
Kite. They wen- to lmlil 'ilm In i heck
until i bronchi tip mir forkv., and then
we were to fnll on lilt llnnk, compel Id.
surrendir nnd tie lil loC
When we told our plan to tho hired i
liinn, whine mine In Si lie alj It ln-ai
anything ho ever heard gf. It did '
S ild that litrkc)
a grind bird.
mid because lie never could find It made
itn M tnln.l that If Kill onlv ft StOrV book . It Wfl
euro lifter nil Since the w Ind blew down Well, the clrl took llieir places,
the tree which hml crown up In front nf
It nnd let llccv fnll Into It grandpi ha.
made loti of trips out there una roiinn
Use) nnd 1 hecin to manoeuvre to rut the
(trfilid tiird out f the Ilm k, out either he
dliln't want to lir thi Hook or the Ilm k
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nuncu nnu ueai nun inn-,- .mie in'-.
the wall, of Troj n mil. or two
the cave of the a'.iry
lie said tint during the lteTolullonnr
Wnr 11 party nt Cont lanital oldler had
been nt h) tli nernl l!ite to take the
TOIO BrtMMIE rADDBP EDWMbV
IUWTOATOD j&r H,QALtAXy
SI it on the fi nee o ouconnec us, he
aid. hut t'n oilier ihiii he said didn't
.... . .!..,. !.. .(.rt f Hurt-,... overihnie k nun h u tirajfiiipni a. Humor.
I,.,.. ,h. V.er IWtnnd Stale. They had Alliwnl. HI fell . IT III f. lice, latching.
atnpiwil If the rery hoii.e nhlcli nim the Him e n led In l.m.er, and lie tin
i.i..i of ih. hnn.e irraniliin live III ler-lo.il it once iihnt no wanted, and
now. anil after tellmc th. ne. to the Ml the rind Mrd .eparated from IIip
B.imeu, who were th. only onei there, hnil '-k in no lime. .lo lie pit noino of II.
SHiHl their knnpnai kn with Rood food ami tail feather., nhlcli did not Improie It.
start, d nway The) hail not l.een enn t taper nt all. Hut we drove it tininrd
more liinn an hour when the came hurry.' the cirK, who e-ltic It mmlnif, ncreniii.il
Ins bnek ami tnlil the women that they nnd rnti Int.) the barn, with mauler turkey
hail itlMoreml ulsm of mine of llur 1 after th. in. and Kcsi. Ton ir. the hired
rnime'. Indinnn ami ilnl not like m l.niclman nrnl mo follow Int.- rinnllj. ju.t a.
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them there In tho hoiie alone
One of the Momin, whi wn raiiilpa'n
creat-Braniltnoiher, aald he w.mlil take
her people to n raw on the farm win re
they would he .nfe She would not let
the loMlrni ta to protect them. liecnue
alio .il.l the roo.1 newa the luildlir. had
to toll would make lota of farmer. Join
(ienernl Wwdilnifton. ami that wan worth
moro to her than lielni: made aafe hemelf,
an the nohllem nw the women to the care
and went on their wn)
flrnn.lpn ny that onn after tliit n
little lAnd.li.le mut have colored, up the
mouth of thi oaio and nlloned the tren
to prow over It, whii h wn knocked down
by the wind the day before V.egf fell
(rnnilpl ha nme old copper dlhei
uhleh he found in the eno nnd whl.h he
feel, certain mire were left there b) the
rromin when they went luck to the home.
Of coume a atory like that et u kld
to tdalnK wnr We played the war of
Troy, ami it', ever o much more fun
nliylne It thin tudylng It. We liindo
the ropo w Inn under tho oak tree In
tront nf the houno Troy nnl drafted Tow
per, sraudpa't hound, to be the weoi'.a
hone, which he liked nil rlslu until l';1
tnblicl him with an iclcl, and after
thnt he played hi otii pirt at a if
dl.to'ire ilhl.t't have ennush kM
to c nr. I n I wan AoUI!li aad
UIyfe. '' 1 i" Ileeto anl l'rlint;
rny b I .'n nnth Helen nt I I'.irlt.
' n ' 1 iiotweon Vi il
we thought we had It .oruercd, It Hen up
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twlng and that part of It Towor (!''
llchted In, The people of Troy came out
of the winjt and cave us out nin kn
lclclei for awordi nnd rhort onri fur
pear which wero all right except tint
Achillea had to stab Hector -with tho butt
of nls sword, oulnx to tho fact thnt tho
wooden horno bit off the point In the
earlj part of the encasement. Wo had
Just finished tho alanchter of tho pcoplo
of Troy when crniiumn called in In to
dinner, nnd Mary, who wn there, nld
that th nen t.noher wn. lucky i ml we
had a come which ma to us r. mc;.ilt:r tho
name, of tho . hnnctur.
When crandpi hoard about our Jialtle
of 'I roj he said he cne.el we'd hare
more of n real Hcht If wo went out und
rniicht a turkey he wanted to hind to m
dad for I'hrl.tmas. We did.
I'd never caught n turkey, but 1'vo
doarlj nanteil ijt eier since I saw my first
llo one, -which was when I came here,
S.i the cirls and V.su) nnd I went put to
riio barnyard, whom tho hired mau
pointed out tho turkiy craudpa had re
V y?ft S,.
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NB tlmo 1 w f. rce.1 to upend
flundey at Old 1'ort, In North
I Ciroltna nhera.tho mountulns
.im hlich iiooie you and tho
lountry la l! ant nutKcd I .lid
ret n.int to nay. but 1 was after
ward .lid that I dli for t w n
make story wlih .n in '! and 1 chal
len the world for another Jtko It
Haiku haie ulwa h.tn charmingly
mysterious it luinim kind A man will
,iri.,ro hlms.lr h&uirtuUv indifferent to a
snake stor in I jet after u few minutes
uf llisii nins will lose himself In hi eniier
neiu to heir It throuK'i It I tavause
... ,;:--" :. ...,, ,h, lother direction. In n Uttlo wnue no raisen
."'V":"5r Sr.V . ,, ,1 ew": M. head ..H., after tho muow of the
.-..., ..,...... nA ..uti.in bo i constrictor In
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f. . .. . . . . ..... .An" nn v 1. LirkM tho liiiDreaal . ene
tnai newspapers .iunn may w ifjifuiv, - "",..":.,", ,.;, , ,. " ..
us .oleun iruth Hero will bo found a which came with thirty feot of tt bee.
rattlesnake or a king snake In tho centre leiwth. mil our ( not laiuo
of a . Ity. here li a rtptllt which Is colled enough to .wallow one. of tut, mucti les. n
nlLiut u hawk nnd llnally brtniia him to Jackass Ho wn evidently In Arch of
eurt'i from a lofc hel"lvt, thr Is ft nako onwthlnit.
irainel to .aioh rai about a residence, Mood) had snottior paroxymn, and ti"i
thero Is a uitiUr that his found Its nyvously stoopeii for a aiVck. I lali a force
Imo a S1014 anl allowed Itself to bo bako.l.ful Iuin4 on hla ahoulder, and commandutl
and another tlui was dlscoei.id on a front him to desist I wished to eo ihn ad
Iroh I irmlrssly toylnu with a llttlo clilld .vcnti'ro through, and pleaded wlUi him to
Hj the tales g. with Intlnllo arl ty, and
all am read uriaihltual) and lioatod at as
"but annku aluile.
M Old Fort I had a travtUtng friend
xttm.Kl Moody, who was a jurttigr In my
, lunlliu'ss e wandered about all tho
nn. i Ding and looked at mountain and
rot ks ind trae and n iwors, and, becoming
tor) tired, sat on a log to rest. We wore
y tred Uut.wn wero foolish and told
each other will tales of Indians who long
ago roamed tho Tneumalns threatening
dea lly attacks upon Hit. fort built Hear by
to keep them In uit.K ot mat noinra
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How the Black Snake Avenged Her Children.,
twig on tho ground.
slowly away from it.
Moody sprang to hU feot and exclplmcd,
"Iit mo nnd a tlck. I'll kill hlml" Hut
I grabbed him by the leg and pulled Idiu
back. I was too tired to work the, rep
tile' destruction in) self and did not ciro
to delcgnto tho aport to nn) ono tlse,
llntlrely unconscious of tho commotion
wo made, tho anako rulsed hi head nnd
looked deliberately nbout lilin Then wo
became Interested Our Interest might
hne taken a personal turn had hu moved
toward us, but ho pursued in way in nn.
It wa tho. hour of triumph for die Mack.
nake and alo for Moo ly, for. In nu in
guarded iiiomont, ho velsud a atone and
wing tJwnrl tho vlclurlous reptllo and
martyred him In the full flush uf his
achlu-,!ibnt. Then tut mutlkied bin lsxl
with atoll after atone lfe4t betpl.-as In
tho presence nf such unrestraint d IiI.kkI
thlrstlnew and muttered wturlly. "I fell
sorry for you, Mood) '
I was tetormliifd, howeier, that Mooily
should do nothing to the rattlt.nnke. an.
prcparod to protuct hla d)tng fninie ai a 1
haaards, for I wantel his akin Ilo wua n
fur. p4iclmn, with rslx guod rittle and
a button which Indl atel that his )ears
wlss l'amlly Hobln-Juiion tlm mountainside bad leen aoien, and
iliai 111(1 YlvllUf Ml ... IILK.ll) IFILU 1IUU
boeu legion A hen ho inoicd his list I
Uf tM him carefully almut thi middle of his
ijody, and we went down to tho hotel,
The hotel man knew tho way of snal.ca
and Interpreted tho whole affair with th
wisdom of a seer He told us that the
mttl.snako had been robbing tho nest of
Ma black oromer. o nn examination of h .
totnacti would show . Wo ripped him on. n
ourwfully mm founrt no fewer tnan ten llt
tlo bncK onnitea, upon waieh he ooul 1
have Tosted luaittinusly for a wok, frso
from tlia dlatriv. of huiiar.-
hn t fiMnnn.l,la Hfl auoaldbil aonieivhat. tiTUi
for half on hour wo watched th make,
following Mm nt a respectful distance
There vu no abatement of Intoreat In .lis
qusst HU ho naciied a log and slowly crept
ol ttr It.
Kor a moment w lost eight of hln Then
there rme a movement, ond we saw our
nake rtrt up and down again with llglit
ninir tMd. A wild, nolty flurn" followed,
and w ran forward nnd reacbed the log
In tlmo to too tho tmako ralso himself once
again for n strolm, njil ran vieiausiy upon
tho neck of i, Iiugo rattler that writhed,
nn) of the talo. to b hltury, but lbyiwrangl.l hlsiod and hook his ruttlea
hnswerod the purjiose nf amusement pratty
tvell Moody grew enthusiastic ' aiip
Xoso there were now a bind of saiages,"
sold lu, "or Ding from behind that big
luck' I held my bieath und looked
Puddonly there wua a rustlu near our
feet and wo both started It wa not an
mjun. but a anako, a blaclunake, wliioh
, gteamod In tho sunlight " ho drew hlo
j long body through Jh drtl,Jeam widl'iiVfVj
noistlv. Tho tlrfht was a tlorlou ono. and
wo know that our Mack wo dtstlned to
1m) tho victor Ho ioshod tho rattlesnake
with Wa tall and clung to hla neck with a
deadly grip For mo minute tno (ttruggie
laated. The rattler Quivered nnu lowered
Ida tall aa a sign of dofeat. The black
slowlv loosul hi hold and moi'sd off IMo
the wjxids. 4H.Ytog !lfa Utpr, to 1 In
An TJnnrs'rroii.lvo IntrtltuUon.
"Ono of tho most ruoeeraful clers)
men In 1-lillartelphl," reniarl-ed a cub
lego professor, "ivw proud uf tho fact
that ho was always .ddtesed a p.nti
mister,' and that he posmjsaed no do
gren which entlll.! him to tho honor
able muM of doctor.'
"An elder entered the cltrgyman'a
study ono nuinlng und handed tain- a
inarknd lupur 14o Item atatcM that
tho minister had boon honored b) his
old college and that now ha could ut
Uch D V. to his name,
" 'Well, well,' nuttorad tho pastor,
not without foellng, for he lovel hts
oollogo, 'uY old achuol I u. llttlo bo
hind th times, and atlll bellevM la cap.
.tin. bun vlnlr. mil. we Hew nflcr i
Tuoro w did mrnrr nrnl fill nn It.
you umilii lieior'know frntii c.illnj
Inri.ry hm stmt-; n crui.ti bird m' !!ii:
tilh" I. in liip cv.rltci.irnt nf llip chase.
In pur atriiMlp e illl rol'ed donii l!.c
slilrs, nnd it wn mure lltim hrrnrp f !
hlml mm could mitnicl.' n. for Tot-trr
Imil I'm bird', till rl!itfl,?l. II. . bird hml
Hi trot!er' les .Hiiclicd, lliiy w.n liu?
clr in nil ml ttiro'ttiM c -on ili
if fii. nnd fo."t!iors. , IS.it did h.i lb
After .Ilm er ice went tlnw i to the pond
M -oc tf l!ie Ice wuiilj hihl. I.i'i It
noiiMn'l. It lioltl 'looser all rlr'H. t..t
1 iv burked nt us tn onn'ff u'i .o Juyliilly
t'int I'btj and I tf?il nice inoro.f I aiy
ono ii nrc, hiviiue we'ie irlnl I'm i-o
'ioj ill) fo" .1 yuo!. now, .ui.l'fioli iItjO
i .'I'liinl "lit t'nt tt vnnllti't hoar il u,i.
(If .nir.' II Isn't inth'li fun to en toto Ico
rnt.r 'ip o jour 11.1M, but llio ho' o.il.r
n .1.1 iIiiiirIiiiiiIi critl'ili' t cln' 11. to lire-
loot n thill nftor v p 1 ry .' I.....
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.ViV 'linlyrv (lifl.
In r.ult rlni show or suiinie' tic., " '
?fe t'l lie 11 e If I lrI .' tern if
jlli m lhesweiet of n s ion -a
l"i 1111 the iiui) 111'rr.ir ,Knnst t',. ,v".
iii.is lii.re I tii.-kel nu, i "1 p'lae ..J
Whin I m.t niy lot In tiie "Id's ni.ir!
And ci.'iej, ppr erJ.tn', .nt His on
My tlnt)pe girl.
Ah, dir, menu only for meet hegull n,
I feir )ou li.ue giou most wori.il wise
With the scunda )uu hue heardjnd kept
With the sights that hue rnssed befor
When oer the wine cup's crlmsoi glow
ing. While )ou watch the smoke of our pipes
Wo bind ti tho cards, with look how
My tintype girl.
Vet )Out honest gne shines on ns cleirly
Vs tlio'p nights when we tripped thro'
Or we Ulked laud I must hue loved you
I knew Hwlnburno b) heart, and I read
How It all conies hack I rtcall each
Of that fice with Ita wonderful pink nd
And the name whit wa )our nam,
M tintype glrlT
XKT COTi S135)TJGGXEU "WE. 1ttOLX.E:U DOWN- THJil SaUfmaS
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The Horsn in the Ugh I of Tradition.
nJZCAVUXKQ t!i vry QuroUnE wtl-,'ot AlixauJe- thu Oioitt, Iluveirwmji. tu camp am. y w- peculiar wlilnn.1 unU
hr;;: 7;.h:;,r' fV...;.:.i,ir;""tr;r1,.r." .:s,,i'..":: y" vr."1 ".." 9" v . ::. vr1 mi lUH 7,, ? il uJl rr
1 i- i7iit tni. .i.m,ijh ,,,.. M liiinm 4iu.ii iua h'muihji nn loini i f 3ri8a inu pro.
l sUd that in dvc wn tn most m-. mix tho fcvoiiwoli of llw ens.iiy, run at ou 'i.u la eueneiiee pf
i.f.d.v d. a.ll aln. alas aru-iat,! hi aa aV-. araa 1 m Hoi1 t. . . .hB..i.a. . .. .. -. r at
pruslmlt) of the eneni),
t'sinds of Ufa had ncirly run out, that on
d ly on leidlng tils horeo down through a
lino tn a brook for ,1 .frtnk the animal aud
it, lily hnlte.l, and, turning Ita head nround,
grabbed up with Ita taoth ono nt Ita hind
shuee which had Just dropped off, and,
holding It In It" mouth with the nails dang
ling frum It, backod up against a clone
wall and clapped It on to Its hoof and with
u few violent kirks lulled It on aguln.
Tho clrrg)tnan was ao aatonlshed nt Ihla
proceeding, especially a he hid only the
5iy heforo had the hnrao new)) shod, that
In going back through the lane lie atonn.!
tat tho spot whero the shoe came off, ami
thero foutiti grow ing a uunch of moonwnrt,
He then remembered reading )ears ago
that In Europe, locally In Deionshlro and
Hertfordshire, and iilso In Normandy, Iho
plant wn called linahoc-thc'horse nnd that
It possessed tho wonderful power of open
ing locks If a leaf was put In tho keyhole
and of extracting nails and unshoeing tho
horsn when trodden upon.
Tills curious propert) of moonwort I ro
ferred to by ono of the minor English poet
of the sixteenth century n follow:
llor.n that, feeding a Ibe grassy hills,
Treu I uiia Moouaiiorl with Ihelr Mllow lieeti,
Tlu.uiU lately alwd, at night turefunt bom.,
Ttielr master liliialng wbera ttilr sheas tieeoms
la, M.snwirt. tell Die wlieta ttioti til 1st the
llauuntr sn.l pinchers ttiou unsboil'st ftem
Again, tho dog In ancient limes la no
li hero mentioieu a neing especially Intel
AgdlnJIIffcnt. but wua consMered a loitjand In
it fttta !. !-.,. . a. dMliainl Atlal Inaa Avai-A.a .h
kinwtJti.tSmlt.1aonlUms.lf the nuivlor hfs uotli gri li the sleep! ig nunar, I, am)i)titrs In the .lxleenln century .,r. thi ., TJi ."i,ai ho lnuld do this th nit" whn.
of t Institution, was a O , ai .mat of shako ulm until lie pr.ng l.ito .Ha siiddle. Isminl of HI Helena, where h nni l , ,,? , early as tha ninth .t.sVll.
a .1 ual I (0, Pla """. f which Ml Al,op,.4 toward the e-emy na.na, taught the herd, of wllo ho,.. '?.K,?"i eVt. rLon.?! h." w.i'iP..'
n was a inoai iia.. .u a'jiiiirar, re .i,u u , uo gnat iiinpii Jlur tun al Ihete not on to a g lotatots, hut to l.usj "' ii..! ...J....' ""'".
Ilei.. it to bo th mo Int.lllgani of all'iutcl.P, In the eighth c.ntut) In inarch corh and 1 shell peoa. '"'" '" wore hlpp. d " '' lo
Uut topomaown 10 in pr.aant Ua, thai'"" ".. T . - -," '" "i
wnwt vJGio spent th aummar f? tbo l4rk. on anJ lu to'1!' wa """I'mlhod an.1 Iai4
hlre, waa told by.a,'vrylntlllgntir-ay !' th tomb to awaltih reurrei.tl
animals, sud In his lattata to lrd Oran-Hrg iowatdtn foroes ut Quaen ;in of
11lo, paolli'ie'l V-Ui Jtoyal Phllcooplilcal Constantinople ojnatanlly had a number
nucjaty, 7tno"WTiniaiBw.aij' iiuurasieu of irainea wiruoini. iiuiaaa ii(uwa lurwaru
lu naturtij Wttory, ho reUtm lioiy jhaj,! (gouts, whloh troin tluu to tlmo returned
tlrud How KnglaJii uJrgyj&n( phMltyonu
IMnnHiin'- 1 attfittatk ..ilmik . .rfl.wfi