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EVENING BYTLLBTm, H0M0LPtP.T.H.,WEDNDE3DAY, SEPT. 30, 1903
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(" WoMfcn Wire Mattresses repaired at
tiio factory Honolulu wlro lied
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Tetcphono
Umbrellas made and re-covered. 0.
Mlzutn, Kort near Kukul.
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Dr. P. Schurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
12C8 Younc 3.. 408.1
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Three bedroom house
in Makiki District;
three doors from car
line. Fine location.
$30.00 per mpnth. , '
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
They Have Arrived
1 Come and see both the touring car
and the roadster. ,. ,.
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
YKARS by MILLIONS ol Mothers
for th.lr CHIiDRKN whlloTKETn.
1NO. with perfect tueceM. IT
SOOTHES th CHILD, BOPTEN8
liW.wf?.9i"'wo M .wa,
tUKSS WIND COLIC, .till It til.
by DraraUU id every cut of the.
world. Vomn nd ut for Mrs,
Window1 Bopthlnjr 8)rrupnd Use
BaotitcrUad. atXeaU k Mtlt.
LOVEJOY & CO.
.WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 902 NUUANU.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
L PHONE 71.
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
PER SERVICE. PHONE 361.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street : : : ; : : Honolulu,
Am. Phiuips & Co.
Wholeiale Importer! and Jobberi
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUEEN 8T8. ""
AND OTHER PIANOS.
1C6 HOTBI, STRRBX.
PIANO AND OEQAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
nnd Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Hn-
wnllnu News Co. For sale, very
cheap, slightly used, full Ornnd
Decker l'laiio, Aeolian Organs and
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1462 Emma St.,
teacher of Piano and Organ. Grad
uate of Doston Conservatory.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Mnklkl. General Employment Of
fice, cor. Pensncola nnd Derctnnla.
jy"Fcr 8ale" card at Bulletin-.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
variety at jifiut, '
Beretania, Alakea, and Union,
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made. s
2 Lbs. for 75c
0. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1710 Li
liha St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARE ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any pafrt of city by
OADD ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
in an automobile is just the thing.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
.SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen' Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
P. L. PETERS
U BULLETIN OFFICE.
' . Phone 256. '
Short Stories For
A WILLING VICTIM
As tho door opened, Deryl Gray
rose hastily from her chair by tho
window, and stood Jn tho centre of
tho floor. Her' lover came to meet
her a look of deep gravity on his
clear-cut face. Sho read his news In
tho lines about his mouth, and her
heart sank. Tenderly ho iut hu arms
about tho slonder figure, and looked
Into tho dark brown eyes.
"Our worst fears aro confirmed,"
ho said hopelessly. "My father can
not lle till morning. I have Just left
him. He bade mo send you to him. I
think he has something on his mind.
You will go to hlmr
, Deryl put up one llttlo hand till It
caressed his check. Ho understood
tho action, and know that all her sym
pathies wero his. Then ho kissed
her, nnd stood by tho door while sho
A few moments and she was In tho
room whoro Lucas Wjatt lay. As his
eyes fell on her advancing figure ho
made a gesture with his hand for tho
nurso to withdraw. Beryl sat down
by tho bed and looked Inlit thn fnm
of her guardian. Already tho hand of
death had set Its seal upon, the pallid
chook- and glazing eye. Sho bent to-
wnrd him, and tried to take his hand.
But ho drew It nway hurriedly. 1
"Walt," he said, huskily. "1 havo
much to say. Aro wo nlonot"
She comforted him with a nod.
"Ah, that Is well," ho said, relieved;
"my time Is short, Beryl, and t daru
not dlo without confessing all that I
havo done. You have seemed to love
mo sometimes, and my consctcnco has
tormented me whenover I havo seen
It. For t havo wronged you past re
demption, nnd now that It Is too late,
would undo all that 1 have done."
Sho looked anxiously Into his face.
Was his reason deserting him In
these last hours of his earthly life?
"Don't think about It," she said,
soothingly, "Thoro Is nothing to re
proach yourself with. You havo tak
en tho place of my dead father, and I
hnvo baroly felt tho loss."
But he motioned her to be silent,
nnd she obeyed.
"You do not know," he said; "listen,
and I will tell you. You havo heard
tho story of jour father's death, but
you do not know all. Wo were cross
ing the Atlantic, I was his lawyer, and
his dearest friend. Ho kept no se
crets from me, and, while ho lived, I
was true to him; but temptation
came, and 1 sinned against his mem
ory and against you."
He paused with a deep groan of
despair and repentance. Dcrj 1 watch
ed him anxiously, as ho continued:
"Your mother was dead, and you
were a child of eight. 1 had a wife at
home, and a promising boy of twelve;
wo talked of them many times during
the voynge, and then your father
grew suddenly III, The ship's doctor
old nil ho could to savo him, but ono
day ho openly admitted that ho could
do no more, and that your poor father
must die boforo wo reached our desti
nation. I carried to him the news,
and he bowed his head resignedly."
"Then he bado mo draw up a will;
I sat In his cabin nnd wroto nt his
dictation. AH his worldly possessions
had been reduced to cash some
months before, and ho was tho owner
of $05,000. To you ho bequeathed
tho whole of this llttlo fortune; do
not btart. I havo much moro to tell
jou oro I die."
"Ho charged mo with your training
and education; for this I was to draw
each year, a sum of 11500 from the
cstalo. when you were eighteen,
this sum was to bo doubled for thrco
succeeding years, then nt twenty-ono
I was to resign nil control of you, and
tho fortune your father left wus to bo
Beryl's face was palo, but sho for
bore to speak. Lucas Wyatl passed
ono hand wearily across his brow, and
"Tho will was signed and attested
by two witnesses. Then a terrific
thing happened; wo wero run down
In tho night by a homeward bound
Mourner. Tho water gushed In with
appalling swiftness, and tho vessel
was doomed; tho steamer had slipped
away under cover of the night, and
we knew not whether she, too, had
sustulncd any damage. Thero was n
rush for tho boats! I ran holow to
rescuo your father, but I stood on tho
"Already ho was past all human
help, yet I bore him to tho deck and
lifted him tenderly Into ono of tho
bontb. Then wo rowed away from
the sinking ship, and tossed for two
days In tho wild wasto of waters that
bcethod around us. At last we sight
(.(! nn Island, and beached our boat.
That night a second boat reached us,
and wo welcomed It with shouts, Tint
they brought sad tidings of the two
remaining boats; both had foundered
before their oyes.
They had rescued as many as their
frail craft would hold, but many wero
drowned, and with them tho two wit
nesses of your father's will. We had
burled him that afternoon nn n knoll
of the Island, and night fell blnck an'd
cheerless on our llttlo camp."
Again the dying man pnusod. Beryl
could seo Hint ho was nearlng his
confession; ho turned his eyes guilti
ly to the wall.
"It was then that tho temptation
began to assail mo," ho resumed. "I
was ambitious, and wanicd monoy
badly. With It I could speculate and
win more. Don't he ton hard on mo;
It was for my son I.esllo I sinned.
You little know how I loved hint. I
told mBolf that you would not want
Hip moncyr-mlght noer want It.
"At least twelve years muit elapse
ere n dollar of It could bo touched.
It was only tho Intel est and but part
of that which would fall Into my
hands, and $95,000 was to mo a great
sum then. Day by day tho temptation
grew. A vessel hovo In sight, and wo
wero rescued. Yet nil through tho
voyngo that followed 1 brooded upon
what I might achlcvo with your fath
er's money, and In the end I yielded."
Beryl was listening now with bated
breath; truly thlB mail had sinned
ngnlnst her, yet sho was conscious of
no bitterness or shadow of nnger as
tho truth wns disclosed, Presently
ho went on again, In the Bame re
"It was so easy to sin: a. second
will look (he place of tho first. Tho
signatures were traced nnd few coidd
hnvo told which wero gcnulno nnd
which false. I took advantngo of tho
well known friendship existing be
tween )our fnthcr and myself. ThU
regard and esteem were set forth as
the roqson for his bequest."
"You were confided to my solo care
until you were 21 1 wns to maintain
nnd educate you, aud take the placo
of htm you had lost. When you camo
of age you were to haVo tho sum of
$25,000, tho remalndor was left to
mo. You know tho rest already. Tho
will was proved, tho denth of tho wit
nesses was passed over.
"My profession carries- with It a
certain guarantee of respectability;
would to God I had lived up to that
standard. For years I have bitterly
repented tho step I took, yet there
has been no chanco of retreat. And
now my end Is near, and tho shame
will fall, not upon my hend, but upon
his whom I lovo better than all tho
world my son."
He broke off adruptly, and Beryl
heard him groan. For some tlmo
thoro was sllenco In the room, then
he turned and faced her.
"I have robbed you, too, of the hap
piness you thonght was yours," ho
said, humbly. Little did I think that
In Binning I should blight the hope of
your Inmost heart nnd of his. I did
not dream that you would learn to
lovo him that he would grow to
worship you, nnd desire you for his
"And now tho seed Is bringing forth
fruit, and the sins of the fathers nro
visited upon the children; ho will
make you reparation to tho uttermost
dollar, and then he will turn his faco
nway from you forever. I know his
pride; he will inherit ray shame, and
never for one moment forget It, or Its
Beryl stood up; sho was thinking
rapidly. Too woll she knew tho
truth of her guardian's last words.
Tho question of tho money had
troubled her little, but If It touchod
her love If It robbed her of him tho
penalty of this man's sin wns Indeed
great. Sho looked down; something
was In tho old mans outstretched
"Take It," he said huskily, 'like
many another guilty man I hnvo kept
tho proof of my caJmc; many times
havo I resolved to destroy It, but al
ways I havo held back; tako It, It is
your father's truo will."
She took It from him and opened it.
A glanco showed her that ho had
fcpoken tr,uly. Suddenly n now Idea
occurred to her; sho sat down and
tried to think, Slowly the Idea grew
till It merged Into a rcsohc, then sho
lifted her head.
"Is this known to any savo our
selves?" sho asked quickly.
"No," ho said humbly, "I havo hid
den It'cven from my Bon."
Sho bent down earnestly.
"Will you pramlso to reveal It to
none savo myself?" she asked; "jou
say you havo sinned against me; If
you dlo with tho secret still unspok.
en, I shall deem It suOlcIcnt repara
tion. Will yon promlso mo?"
He looked at her In bewilderment.
"Hut that will not help you," ho
"It will savo mo from lifelong un
happiness," ho Bald gently: "It will
prevent tho separation you fear."
Ho looked at her fixedly.
"But howevor?" ho asked,
"Becauso 1, loo, will, keep silent,"
sho replied softly.
Hi) started, and his dim eyes bright
ened. "But you will lose tho money," hu
"And I shall gain something far bet
tor," she replied. "I shall keep tho
loyo I havo won, and shall- bo happy."
"And you will never tell never re
proach him with his father's guilt?"
ho said tremulously.
She smiled down lulo his face.
"Look!" "sho snld, and moved to
ward tho fire.
Ho watched her with Intent eyes;
bo held the will in her hand, and ho
snw tier piaco It upon tno reil coals or
the nre. The liancr llarud and blazed
and a blackened mass of ashes souii
cd Into tho wldo chimney. Then sho
camo back to tho bed and again sar,
"Let tho dend past bury Its dead,"
tho said gently; "tho secret shall
never pass my lips. I.esllo shall inn
The old man i cached for her hand,
anu messed ncr.
"And can you forgive mo?'' ho
Sho bent nnd kissed him.
"You have been my father for 12
years." sbo Bald; "I hnvo only kind
thoughts In my heart for you, nnd I
cannot forget t that through you has
como my best' gift. Rest content: I
will make him n Rood and loving wife,
ami villi honor him all tho days of my
Ho smiled feobly In his grat re
lief and gratitude, but his strength
was well nigh spent; she went to tho
door and summoned Leslie to the
room. The old man smiled again as
Every citizen of Honolulu should
take Immediate steps to free hi prem
ises from rats, the primary cause of
the dreaded bubonic plague.
Use a reliable poison like Stearns'
Electric Rat and Roach Paste, which
can be depended upon to drive the
rati out of the house to die, and clear
the premises of the deadly vermin.
Nearly all druggists now nave
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste,
and a 25c box Is usually all that is
needed.lt It wilt kill off the rats' In an
average house In a single night. For
barns, warehouses, etc., It It better to
buy a dollar box which contains eight
times as much as the 25c tlze.
Everyone should get to work at
once In the fight for sanitary condi
tions. Legal Notices.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters testamentary under the
last Will and Testament of James J.
Kelly, deceased, having been granted
to tho undersigned by Honorable Al
exander Lindsay, Jr., Second Judge
of tho First Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory of Hawaii, on September 1,
1908, notlco Is hereby given to nil
creditors of said James- J. Kelly, de
ceased, to present their claims duly
authcntlrntcd nnd with proper vou
chers, If nny exist, oven If the claim
fs secured by"mortgago upon real es
tate, to tho undersigned at lta placo
of buslncm. Fort Street, Honolulu,
within six months from the first pub
lication of thlfl notice or within six
months from the day they fall due,
or they will he forever barred.
Dated, Honolulu, September 1,
HAWAIIAN TRUST COMPANY,
Executor under tho Will of
James J. Kelly.
Kinney & Marx, Attorneys for Ex
4095 Sept. 2, 9, 1C, 23, 30.
"Tho kind jour grand
Admittedly best for gen
Bettor now thnn ever."
W.C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
that the EDISON PHONO
GRAPH is the finest instru
ment of its kind by hearing: it
reproduce the singing and
speaking voice in all its shades
Let, us show you how it
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ho saw his son, then ho mndo a sign,
and they Joined hands. Once moro
they saw htm smile, then a gray
shade crept into his face, mid they
two weio alone with tho dead.
I.esllo Hummoncd tho nurse, and
diow Beryl from the. room. Sho wont,
with teats In her dark hi own eyes,
yet tho wan happy In what bIic had
done, for lno had triumphed over
wrong, nnd all, was blotted out. Tho
secret was hers nud ItetH nlono, and
titiiio would oi cr Know It. N. Y.
The Ilov IrWnc H liorg, pastor of
tho Catsklll Deform church nt Catnklll,
N. Y., has lefused an Incieaso of $.100
n j ear In his Kulniy. Tho chuich'olll
cers will tenon the otter next jwr,
Advertltementi Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertltementi Interted for Lets Than
Gentleman having modern furnished
cottago desires to rent one or two
rooms; ono block from King bt.
Address "Dr.," this oincc.
Furnished cottage, suitable for two
gentlemen; closo to business dis
trict. Address "AAA," Bulletin.
German woman wishes position cith
er for care of children or as cook.
Address "3" this ofllco.
Rowing machlno; must bo In good
order nnd reasonable. Address "X
YZ," this offlco. 1093-11
Position by expert bookkeeper nnd
statistician. Address "J. O. II.,"
Bulletin office. 4090-lf
Second-band flat-top desk; must bo
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A baby carriage.
K.," Bulletin ot-
and price to "J.
Experienced man to do plating work.
Address "M.," this offlcc. 410C-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
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Quote lowest price on haunted house
on Punchbowl. J. Carlo. 4117-tf
Six-room modern house, electric
lights, gas, mosquito proof. In
quire at 1337 Pensacola St.
Furnished cottngo at Cottago drove,
King St. Inquire No. 8. 4111-tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnclt, 1223 Emma St.
Nicely furnished rooms, cool and
nlry. 1157 Union St. 4114-lw
Furnished house, 1713 Beach rtoad.
Apply on premises. 40C7-tf
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
FORMER RESIDENCE OF
167 BERETANIA STREET
Will Be Opened Oct. 1st as a
Electric Lights, Hot and Cold Wa
ter; Airy Rooms; Convenient to
Town1 and? Shopping District; First
Class Service; Satisfactory Rates.
J. J. MULLER,
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
The Hot-Weather Beverage.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
J. M. Levy & Co.,
KINO NEAR BETHEL
Advertisements Under,thls Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Interted for Lets Than
A Miluablo collection -of stamps. This
collection li the property of tho
widow of tho late II. W. llowcn,
and Is tho result of his effort In
many years of labor; they can bo
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tC
Flno corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit nnd ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd Punahou
College. Address It. F., this office.
A gentle driving nnd riding marc, 7
ears old; Wutertowu ro.id wngun,
canop top, nud harness In iiko ono
)c.ir; prko $250. P. O. Box 1C2.
Cheap Stable, In good condition,
corrugatod roof. Apply Bulletin
Second-hand buggy. Address "Hc-
Sults," this offlco. 1100-lf
134 Beretania near Fort St. '
Mr. & Mrs. Hashimoto,
INO, and other
444 KINQ ST.,
C. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, P.V.S.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 310.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
HOTEL STREET HEAR BETHEL.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in twon. Be sure and try it. Tho
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 107.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
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THE FINEST CUTLETS
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