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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IL, WEDNESDAY. OCT. 21, 190S.
Short Stories For Evening Hours
Woven Wire Matticsies lcpnired at I James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
llm I'attory Honolulu Vtlie Ucd ' und Tijner. 1112 Hotel St. or Hn
Co, 1250 Al.ip.tt St Teh-phone Iwallan News Co. Tor sale, very
535. 3945-tf ihcap, slightly used, full Graml
, T.. i ., Decker I' I, ino, Acoliun Organs ami
UMBRELLAS. ' t'uright Pianos, uunrantccd.
Umbrellas made and ie-covercd. 0.
Mlzuta, Tort near Kuhtil.
Yee Sing KccPlumbcr and Tinsmith,
Rmltli St . tint Hotel unit I'.lll.illl. !.
Dr. F. Schtirman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
2J I Knini.i Square 40S1
.$10.00 per month nntl upwauls.
Free Janitor Service
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
Suothint- Sntn M
his heen Mit-t for over bfClV fei
YUAKfl by MILLIONS ot Mother
INO. trltb pesfu.t encecu. IT El
bOOTIIl'S the CIIILT), bOIIC.Vd gg
tti OUM4, ALl-VAS all ra'a. E3
CURB WIND COLIC, arm U tho B
trcttreinedrJorDIAHKIliKA, bold ga
by IiruggteM la ovcry rart of tho 53
world. l!o tnro nnil jk (or Vn, t3
en ether kind. 3i
u a Bottu.
An Bid and Welf -Srfcd Remfldj
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AND HI-
PORTERS Or WINES AND
TEL. 308. 002 NUUANU.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN-
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. PhUSips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GQODS.
FORT and QUEEN ST8.
j v ir
m. Viv. y r.i n
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture rraminir a. Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Paiticular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for nil crops, climatic and sail con
ditions. OFriCE Biewcr Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY nt Iwilei; Tel. 430.
P" Ill -1H.WP.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
cis and Fruits, nt
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. Kins; and Merchant.
i SSL v. o ii m Tntrca.Nrr
k a Mn rnsiirT niAM.ta
THAYER PIANO CO.
153 HOTEL CTRRKT.
M Phono 218.
r TUNING OIUHANTKED.
TIANO AND ORGAN.
'Prof. N. M. Lewis, 14G2 Emma St.,
teacher or I'luiin nntl Organ. Grail-
unte ot lloston Conservatory.
Tor house-help, phone White 2891,
Mahlkt. lleneial employment Of
fice, cor. Pensacoln and Beretanla.
pHT-'Tor Sale" card at Bulletin.
and of every
Beictania, Alakca, nnd Union,
TO MAKE YOU
ELITE BULLDING. PHONE 397.
House mid General Painting.
And kept in repair by men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Von liamm - Young
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try E?Ci Fresh Butter and Cheese.
am Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel.
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li
liha St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET. ,
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARK 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 part of city by
OAHU ICE AMD ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone S28.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen 6ts Honolulu.
Tel. 410, George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
P. L. PETERS
I Phono 256, j-fij
OF OAHU, TERRITORY
Pursuant to a decree of foicrlosuie
nnd snip made by tho Honorable Al
fxitiuln Lindsay, Jr., Scfond Judge
ot the Circuit Court of the Tlrst Ju
dicial Circuit, s.tld Terrltor, on Oc
tober fitlt, 190S, In a suit Equity No.
lfiSC, entitled Tlrst American Sa
lnt,'s and Trust Company of Hawaii,
Limited, Complainant, ersiiH-A. V.
Hear nnd Addle II. Dear, his wife,
nnd William O. Smith, William II.
Ilnlril and l).-nld W. Anderson, Trus
tees, and Juruslia M. Peterson, Kc
tpondents, the undersigned nppolnt
til us Commissioner by said Decicc,
will veil nt public miction to tho
lilKbest bidder for cash, subject to
continuation of Couit, on
Saturday. Oct. 3lst, 1908,
nt 12 o'clock noon, nt tlio front
iii.iuka entrance to the Judiciary
llulldlntc. said Honolulu, the mort-
KiiKFtl property following, to-wlt
Ml that ret tain jileco or parcel of
land sltunto on Tantalus, Honolulu
aforesaid, known ns Lot 14, nnd
more particularly described us fol
LOT NO. 14, Ilefilnnlne at the
touth turner of Lot No. 13, on the
North side of Kiikul Urhc. ns shown
on umcrnnient Sunuy HeElstered
Map No. l'JCS, nud lunulng by true
I'list: Along KiiKut I)rln direct
hearing and dlstnnto being S. C0 00'
W. 2C0&-10 fett; thoiuo
N. 23 00' W. 2CS feet along Lot
N. SI" 25' K. C9.3 feet along
N. 4 ! 40' IJ. !)4.3 feet along ridge,
N. B4' 00' E. 0C.S feet along ridge,
S. 24" 40' E. 200 feet along Lot 13
to the Initial point. Area
1 5-10 Aires.
Tho aboe premises being tho
bitno ns were touced to the said
A. V. Qear by Land Patent Number
1544, dated tho 13th day of Tcbru-
Terms of sale: Cash, U. S. Gold
Coin, 10 per cent, nt time of sale
balance on confirmation by Court and
delivery of deed.
Deed at tho Expense of Purchaser.
Vor further particulars Hpply to
Thompson & demons, Attorneys for
Complainant, at 8-11 Campbell Illock
Honolulu, or to James I'. Morgan,
Auctioneer, S57 Kaahumanu Street,
said Honolulu, or to tho undersigned
nt tho Judlclnty building, said Ho
Dated October 7th, 1908.
4123 Oct. 7, 14, 21, 2S.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Tho undei signed hnWng been duly
appointed administrator of tho cs
tnto ot (iulllicrmc Ilotclho, late of
tho County .of O.iliu, deceased, notice
Is hcicby Khen to nil pel sons to pre
tent their claims against tho cst.ito of
bald (iullliermo Ilotclho, deceased,
duly nuthentliuted, whether tccured
by moitgago or othctwiue, to tho un
dersigned, at tho otllco of John Mnr
callliio, Judicial y llulldtng, Honolu
lu, within six months from tho dato
hereof, or they will bo forccr har-
ed. All persona Indebted to said es
talo nro requested to mnko Immedlato
lujment to tho undersigned.
JOAO LUIS5 D'AOUIAU,
Admlnlstrntror ot the Estato of Gull
licimo Ilotelho, Deceased.
Dated Honolulu, Oct. 11th, 1908.
4122 Oct. 14. 21, 28; Nov. I, 11
The Hot-Weather Beverage.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411.
Smoke the OWL
5c CIGAR 5o
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
2rS-"For Sate" cards at Bulletin.
AT THE CLUB
The little clubhouso of the Lan-
tann district of Ceylon presented an
niilmatcd scene. It was "Tecall '
and nil tho Tamil coolies on the sur
rounding tea estate, were busily en
gaged In celebrating their great fes
ttval, as was evidenced b) the Inces
sant tom-tomlng which muse from
their line of huts, nnd the thriving
trade which the Uecpct of the attack
tavern was doing.
As the club Secretary hurried past
the tennis court he caught sight of n
girl who had Just ridden up and was
standing by her horse's head waiting
for her housekeeper, "(loud morn
ing, Miss Moore," hu said, ns he ap
proached. "Come nnd let ine Intro
duce you to )our partner In the ten
nis tournnment. Wo have lust fin
ished the draw. Ah, hole Is the
erj man," he continued, beikonlng
to a tail man who was passing MUs
More MnJ. Ilrndshnw."
The girl stared nghast for a mo
ment, but quickly recovered herself,
though the ttnrm Hush which rose
to her cheek betracd her attitude of
sangfroid. "Oh, )ou have met be
fore," said the Secietarj, iiitclilng
her look. "S6 much the better. I
must be off. Hope tho weather will
Ho hurried off and left the two
together. When two joung people
hau been engaged nnd huc decided
to bleak It off, subsequent mietlngs
uro apt to pioc u little nwkwurd
even after the lapse of such a long
period of time ns the learn
A faint reddening under the deep
tan of his skin showed that Until
thaw ulso found the situation a little
trying, hut ho smiled frnnkl) ns ho
inlsed his hat. "How do ou do?"
he Hjld, "I didn't Know jou wcro
In Colon." Tho girl laughed.
"And I was equally Ignorant with
regard to ou." she said. "I am
slaving with my cousin. Mis Dearc,
whoso husband Is ii planter on Can
go) 's estate. This Is tho explanation
of my ptesenco here."
"I mn staling with Jones on Par-
metla," said Hrndshuw, "onlj a lim
pid of miles from Gntigoy. l'linti) I
hadn't heard jou wcro here Hi cry
ono knows all about every one else
here, but I only arrived two il ijs ago,
to pel haps that explains It"
The girl felt that tho bltu.itlon wns
decidedly awkward. The lears ago.
in SoiltliscH, srn had tnoi joung
Ilindshnw, then u subaltern, and aft
er a short acquaintance they had he
como engaged. She was In her first
season, and at 18 life Is not a serious
problem. Ho was arbitrary and self
confident, and resented what ho wns
pleased to call he! flirtations with
with other men, so the quarrel came
and the engagement wus broken off,
It was a little embarrassing to meet
again suddenly like, this, but she
must make the best of It.
"I hope the rain will keep off,"
slio said, taking lcfugo In that ex
cellent .subject, tho weather.
'Yes," he replied, "wo shan't get
much tennis If It rains I am afraid
jou hnio been unluekj In the draw,
for my tennis his not Improved."
She stole n gtanre at him, nnd
found his gnzo ste.idll) on Tier.
"Your regiment Is stationed In In
dia, Isn't It?" she usked.
"Yes," ho said. "I am here on
three months' sick leave. Had a
slight go of enteric, anil tho doctors
thought It wasn't had enough to send
mo home, bo I came here to pick up
after It. Jones Is an old school
friend of mine, nnd nsked mo to stay
"I see they nre starting play," sho
said. "I must get icudj, elso wo shall
Cot Into trouble."
Sho tripped off to tho clubhouse,
nnd soon reappent ed In a short white
skirt nnd tennis shoes
Tho clouds drirted slowly away,
mid tho glaring hot sun poured down
on tho llttlo gathering, but. tho cou
ples, tindlsmajed by the heat, played
tennis vlgniously. MaJ. Urndshaw
had evidently not overstated tho
fnso when ho belittled his powers ns
a tennis plavcr, for ho and his patt-
ncr succumbed Iguoniliilously to
couplo nfter couple In tho tourna
ment. Miss Mooro did not feem to tnko
her wnnt of success or tho shortcom
Ings ot her partnei very much to
Pel haps It was not qulto by coin
cidence thnt they sat next each other
nt tho substantial mid-day breakfast.
Ho had Improved, slio thought.
Hard lines had taken away the full
freshness of bojhood from his fneo,
rnd his hair was a llttlo scanty over
the temples, hut tho expression had
changed for tho better.
As she cmciged fiom the clubhouso
In hoots nnd Iin1.lt onre more, shn
found him waiting, mid advanced to
bid him gnod-by.
"I nm coming with joh,"-1io said
nulling. "Mrs Demo has had to go
on, nnd she nsked me to see jou safe
ly home, ns It Is on my waj-."
"It Is very kind of jou," sho said
n llttlo shjly,
' Nrf, not thnt," he said, as he lift
ed her to tho saddle.
Slow I) they mounted higher nnd
higher bj tho narrow rlgzag path
leading to the 'gap whence they
would descend to the bungalow on
tho othci side of tho hills. The sun
had dipped out of sight over the mis
tj hills ncioss tho valley, mid the
great elouds tamo scurrjlng out of
the northeast, driven onwnril by tho
The darkness came swiftly over
them as they climbed tho hillside,
nnd the vnllej-, far below, with the
little club-house and tennis courts,
wns swept out of sight by tho driv
"I nm nfiold wo are going to have
a storm," said Ilindshnw at Inst.
"Jones promised to have n coollo
with n lantern nt the gap to light us
down the other side. It's ticklish
work riding down the sldo ot a
mountain In the dark by these es
tate tracks. 1 hope jou ate not ner
vous. Miss Mooro?"
"Not In the least," sho said. "1
hnvo done this lots of times beforo,
mid I shan't mind getting wet. Hcic
It conies," she continued, as tho first
heavy diops of the storm splashed on
The ruin tame down In sheets and
drove against them ns tho horses
scrambled slowly up tho slope. In a
minute they wcro wet to tho skin.
As they neared tho top they plunged
Into the foiest of trees, nnd tho path
wns hidden by the darkness.
At last a. glimmer of light In the
distance showed that the promised
coollo was nt his post with tho lan
tern, and In obedience to n shouted
command from Ilradshaw tho girl
gnvo ner norso ins jicnil nnil let turn
pick his wny nfter the other.
Giadunlly tho nolso Increased, and
the pelting Bhects ot rain became
heavier, till the nickering light proV'
en ltnnuio to wunstnnu tliclr on
slaught, mid went out suddenly.
Hrndshuw shouted something to
tho coolie, but the man, with tho
stupidity of his race, Jumped ti the
conclusion thnt punishment for the
mishap wns about to bo visited on
him, and bolted, llradshnw's shouts
produced no answer, and they were
left on the sldo of the hill In the
inlddln ot the northeast monsoon,
unublo to bee a foot In front of them.
"Vo must go on ns best wo can,"
shouted Ilrndshnw. "Leavo ovcrj--thlng
to tho hoises. Wu nro safer
on than off them."
The horses seemed to understand,
nnil picked their way slowly down
the precipitous slope. AH-went well
foi a time, nnd Ilradshaw wns be
ginning to congratulate himself that
tho worst was over, when thoy c.tmo
to a drain crossing tho path. It had
been n trlcklo of water In tho morn
ing, but tho roar of tho torrent rush
ing over It wm ucd him that It was
piobibly Impassable. After u mo
ment's hesitation ho resolved to leave
It to his horse mid trust to Its In
stinct If It refused.
"I'll go thiough first," he shouted,
"I'll call to jou If It's nil right."
Tho liorso fined It without balk
ing, and with u splash and u rlattcr
of hoofs on Btones ho was through,
gte.itlj relieved to find that It was
much less formidable than had ap
pealed from tho noise. Tho girl's
horse, resenting tho feel on Its
mouth preventing Its following, grew
lestlve, fidgeted, and slipped n foot
ovei the sldo of tho nurrow path.
Ilindshnw pulled up on tho other Bide
mid heiud tho clatter.
Theie was it scream, followed by
the noise of n heavy body fulling
down tlio slope, und tho squcul ot n
frightened horbo. Ho sprang from
his horse, left It to Its own devices,
mid waded Into tho water, shouting
us ho went.
"Miss Mooro, where nro jou7" ho
culled, his volco tiemhllng with emo
tion A ciy nimo from below him.
"Grace, nro jou hurt?" ho bald.
"Call to me ugaln and I will find my
way to jou."
"I'm all right. I think," said a
voice In tremulous accents. "I urn
ttylng to climb up, but I don't know
where my poor liorso Is,"
Ilradshaw, his feelings suddenly re
leased from tho btrnln, was guilty of
n remark with lofcrenco to tho un
fortunate hoi so which scntcoly con
vcjed sjmpnthj'. 1'olIowItiK tho
bound of his voice, tho girl climbed
slowly to tho path and waded Into
tho stream. Midway across her out
stretched hands touched him, and
the next moment slio was held close
In u strong cmlmico.
"I lovo jou," ho said, simply, "I
hnvo nlwnjH loved jou."
They stood Mien deep In tho vo
ter, and the durkuess hid their faces
fiom each other. Sho did not speak,
hut gently pressed his nrm und sigh
eit sortly. Sho was Ms ouco more,
and alt elso was as nothing to her
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"I shall never let jou go again,"
"1 do not want to go ugaln, over,"
A few minutes later n very wet
but lldlculoiiKlj h.tpp) couple reach
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met them on tho veranda, and was
tint it llttlo Hiirpilsrd ut tho culm In
dlffereiiiii with which they treated
tho piohable fato of their hoses. -
Alan Got dim In tho Lady's llealm.
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valuable collection of stamps. This
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nnd Is the result ot his effort lu
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