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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU.
T. II., SATURDAY, FKtl, 6, 1909.
OF the KANSAS
By LOUIS TRACY,
Author of"Th Wln. of lh Hornlni,'1 "Th PllUrof Lllllt.- fcti. '
COPYRICIIT. 1000. DY EDWARD J. CLODS
CHAPTER XIX CONTINUED
(From Last Saturday)
. ,vltilii't .miii w imw eager wc nil
Wore to war li tin- ImkersV" lie asked.
"Itut (lie raxi-nltf liail cleared every
fienip when tin" lion( fell Into their
IimikU ng.tln Willi (lie falling tide."
She iii-hIciI clout- in lilni.
"I saw nothing." bIii whispered. ".My
mliitl held hill oni (bought-Hint you
were ullve. (hough Indeed I wan
mourning you a.i dead, (tut now 1 nui ,
restored In my kciikch. I think I cull '
.......... ..I.... I f ii ......
limi-l- uiiiii uiiiti.iirii. inn ,iuey nun
"Yen. You ran guess my Ix-wlldcr
iriont when ho sprung on top of mu.
I was lying down. 1 heard our sen
tries flHiutlii!,'. hut i:ild no luvd. As
c mutter of fuel, Lisle. I. too. Imtt
abandoned hope, t could see no cluiuco
ot escape. (Iroat hc.tvcii-to (lilnl:
of your coining to my rescue! What
made, you i!u It l"
"Please g: on. 'IVII me all. You
shall hour my story afterward."
"Well, I Jumped up, uiul Joey nearly
fell Into (lie crater with ilt-llght. I
was Just In (line to nave Stiarez from
beln' flint, Luckily lie was n long
way behind (lie dog. mul 1 recognized
Though C'otirlciipy illil not allow (eu
hcconda In push without n glance at
llio chitrmlug faee liy Ills side, lie nev
ertheless hail a sharp eye for events
elsewhere. He saw smoko rising from
(he runnel of the ship. A line of tings
dancing from (he forcmnst told hlin
that Iloyle hail ilUcoicred (hem lis
soon ns (hey were clear of (hu deep
Bliailow of (iuniiaco hill. Itut there
were anxious moments yet 111 store. A
licet of canoes put off from Otter
creels. There was 'every prospect of n
fight before they reached their forlress.
'i'hey had n Ions (wo miles In travel,
mid the Indians could attack them ere
(hey covered half the distance.
A Inn;; lilare from tho ship's siren
thrilled (heir hearts, hut the excite,
incut became frantic when threo short,
sharp blasts followed, and every sailor
knew that (he chief olllcer had sig
naled, "My engines arc going full speed
That was n pardonable exnggcrn
(Ion, but (ho Knnsas was certainly
moving. They could see (he whlto
foam churned tip by her propeller.
With ouo accord (hey cheered madly,
n!!!J (lie, "'r. double handed now, tore
"the llfeboa! mi want in ap.ieo whtcii
outstripped even (he fchullow canoes.
Then Hie Indians did n wise thing.
They spared many of (heir own lives
ind jierchauco others of greater vnlue
to tho world by ceasing to paddle. Tho
unlooUcd for lnlerforeuco of (ho great
vessel was (on much for (hem. They
merely btnrcd and cackled In amaze,
while tho-small llotllla dashed toward
the (owerlng black hull, and Hoyle
lowered (ho gangway In readiness (o
receive (ho captain, his brldo elect and
n good half of tho passengers and
" Courteuay lost not nn Instant of fa
voring tldo and lino weather. When
Boylo told him that Walker could
work (he engines under ensy steam, he
dashed up to tho bridge three step "
n (lino. With lill hand on (ho tele
graph ho superintended tho hoisting on
lionrd of the lifeboat and two of (he
canoes, which ho meant (o carry away
us trophies Im suro that Elsie's own
special craft was one of them.- Mean
while Boylo saw (o (he safe stowing lu
the remaining canoes of (ho wounded
Itidlaus In (hu fore cabin, and n few
furnnco bam attached to a ropo uu-i
chorcd lhem lu uildchanncl, whciico
their friends could bring (hem (o shore
At last the captain of (he Kansas
had the supreme stidsfnctloti of hear
ing the clung of the electric bell lu the
engine room ns he put the (clegraph
lever successively to ".Stand by" and
"Slow ahead." (Jrndually the ship
crept north, galulng way as tho en
gines Increased (heir stroke nud the
full body of the ebb tldojnadc Its vol
- nine felt. Uotind swung the Kaunas to
the wert Just ns the sun cleared (ho
highest ieal: of the unknown moun
tains. How gir.i'1 It was to feel (ho
.steady thrift of the pistons, the loug
roll of the r.l.lp over tho swell!' ii
. But lest of. all was It to hear Elsie.
.tell hu.v I)r Chrlstobal had handed
; Iter n bulky packet, lu yhlch she
foiiiid Coui'tenay'rt words of twewcN,
.togetlitr with tlwe wonderful letters
which fate hud held back from her
twlre already. They were only glowing
"epistles from the hundreds' of passen
gers ontlu Florida, but slxn" (hem
"were proposal:! from cntauMaslli.' la
dles, all well ilnvtcivd and eiiger to
give their charms and fhelr ensh to the.
Hare keeping of the man who had
naveil (heir lives. It was ylth refer
ence to miiiip Joking comment by Cour
lemiy on these ml?hen Unit his sister
wrote to ciu.gratulaie him on having
escaped matrimony under such condi
Lous before noun the Knijsns clear-
. c:l White Horse Island. Tli'ycerorth
(he run was due south until eight
lieilc, v.-hen for the r.ecoinl time within
n forlntsht the captain set tho course
r.lsle-noted that Count Edouard de
I'oliulllt illueil with the rest, slttlhi;
be-iue iboucl. i "'
"'-y lit In an up -
peaiTiucc Inter (ii piiTUi.e' oT n hasty
weal. He give monsieur a black look.,
but of eiillrHi'. nitehlllg KIsle'H eye In
stantly, he meekly sut down nnd said
nothliig-uothlug. thut Ik. of nu un
pleasant nature. , '.
Crawling Outetly Into (he strait of
Mngelhui nt duybreak. the ship put
forth her .best efforts In (ho run (lirpuph ,
the narrows. 1'nsslng'Cnpe Sab'tsldroy
she signaled tier name, and It was
easy to sec the commotion created by
her appearance. A real furoro,Vefran
when she approached Handy point., A
Sieam iaun?u puncti on: nnstpy iroin
. (he side of n Chilean worship, and, t bo
commander brought the news'ttiat ht
had been sent socially from coronet
to search (he western coast 'line thor
oughly for tho Kansas, lid was about
to return that day (o report his failure
to discover any trace of tho.mlislng
vessel, and he listened In amate while
Chrlstobal gave hjm a succinct history
of the ship's doings. '
At (he eud Courtenay, presented, him.
with a photograph or Klsle'g cbtrt, to
which many additions bad been made
by her under her lover's directions.
The position of the shoal and of Pillar
rock, together with the set of the-tidal
current, was clearly shown, and It' I
probable that Good jlopo ,luet, ,not'
withstanding Its dangerous 'approach,
will be thoroughly surveyed one of
these days. Then perhaps more may'
be heard of (hose lurap pf sllyprnnd
copper, brc which thif savages huried
at tho Kansas. ' " ''
The cruiser hurried away under
forced draft (o report from Coronet,
the nearest cable station. Thence she
would go (o Valparaiso, so she carried
a sheaf of letters and one passenger,
Frascuclo. Flndlug that ho could not
execute tho needed repairs at Sandy
liolnt, Courtcnay decided to make for
Montevideo, whora ho would bo, In tele
graphic communication with Mr. Bar
ing. "He was fortunate Ju finding a
shipwrecked croyv on shore awaiting
transport to England. He secured a
full complement of otQcerp and engi
neers, and tho Kansas reached (he
(chief port of Uruguay without Any dlf-
A sack load of telegrams, awaited ,he'
Bhlp. The Chilean man-of-war 'put into
Valparaiso, after cajllng at Coronet,
nearly threo days tietoro 'the Kansas
dropped anchor on tb'o east coatj hence
there was tlmo for things to happen,
and (hey seized (bo opportunity. The
copper market had turned Itself .inside'
out. Tho Orm of Daring; Thompson,
Miguel & Co. had rebounded .frpm com
parative ruin (o n stronger .financial
state (ban ever, and Schor Pedro Yen
(ana, after shooting a man named
Jose Anaclcto, hail considerately' shot
himself. Evidently Frasciielo lost no
time when be wcqt ashore. Mr." Bar
fng, too, reported that the dyuami(e
wrapper had lccn traced to Vcntana's
When Isobcl Baring heard this una) 1
Item she fainted so badly that Dr.
Chrlsiobal (bought It advisable she
should be taken to n hotel ivhlto the
ship ronia(ned In port, but she vetoed
this proposal determinedly when she
recovered her senses and straightway
confessed to Elsie that Veutuua was
her husband. Shu had fopllsuly agreed
(o marry htm privately, and Anaclcto
had witnessed tho cercmouy. Within
a month sue regretted her choice. There
were quarrels and threats. Ultimately
an agreement was made that they
should separate. Her father knew oud
approved "of (he arrangement Ue
could pot afford .to break openly wllh
Ventaua, and It must have been a
dreadful shock to him when., be learned
that the scoundrel, bad plotted not only
to destroy the ship, but to murder his,
wife at the same time.
"So, ypn.s'ce " s)io,'added. wljh a ,wau'
mile. "I did not give serious thovght
J "ilu engines ure going Jull speed attfrn."
! . K
to your troubles, Elsie. fTVentau could
npvpr Jinvu married vnu' Wlillit' t 'vu
1 Klsle's cheeks reddened.
"i. S.iT JoU yo" heasked .meo
marry"Wm," 'Sh'c'ESia. "It woUldtlave
been Just the same had he done so.
At It was, I feared (he man. Now
you know why. t 'rdh a"way Ifom Chile.
hi permitted another impression to
prevail, I acted for the best llut the
unhappy man Is dead. Let ui endeav
or to forget him."
''Ills memory haunts me with an en
during 'cursel" cried .Isobel ,btterly.
"Among my papers t had some lotters
ptjils,, ho rn'arrlflgp certlflcate apd his
wrl(,(en promise pqt to tuolpst ni. On
that, 'awful night when (be ship was
disabled I Wept to' my cabin apd se
cured (hem, or thought I did. At any
rate, I could pot And thdui when we
landed on White Horse 'Island, and
from hints drobDed bv that wretched
little adventurer pe Polnclllt I fce
suro tliey have fallen Into hli hands.
ifeneve uie, tine, ) was usil ninu
when 1 hetpedihlm (osteal (ho boat."
"Ilis not "Oaptan Courteuay (old
. I'Ab, he Is a'jrue geutlemsu.. But you
forget. Yoti heard what he'al(i:tq-I)e
Pqlnctllt. before' he went to the Quan-
aco canypiiV( ,
...ieii.l did pot understapd. Oh, my
poor Isotiel, 'how you must have suf
fered.' while . have been so happy!"!
VK ouy.l could recover my papers','
,"May t nsk' Arthur to help?? , t
,!"r, .. 'r ..w,ay ,..v m.hm4.
One .nWr. Pftneful 'disclosure 'cannot
ai)d to my degrudqtlou." ,,,
. rjsolHij.' nowllttle you knqfr hlwl"
Tbiis spoke' TJIilo after fourteen jdhjrj.
Truly there I? mucb'enllgbteumeu't;iu
a'ttygl ' ,'7 ''- '''' '
aji. !' Conjto Edouard de I'olncljlt.
-'111, ITIinWH fill. U-nNl f Itia hIm.p
shlb'i" crtltam b4 far roici(pK'now
era iwhon: hii' chooses lo oiorf them.
Ita(hr tlinji'sntcr a' Xlonteylijfaiijall.
jYbure;'pfopli' have died suddenly')
uusvy levers.; ue uof opiy reaiorpa (lie
foisting '(loomucnti, bu(,ubinuqd (o.a
coe,'ert!tluy. of blifownibelouglugs,
wichTreig)ted'ln thp plemjug discov
ery (hat'h, jy$fs ndtitt French count,'
bpt a,' deijlin''-df!('Jartln)q'ue-wo3(
probby(.' 4'ofauItlQsr vajet-'or cltrkj
fo, one troubled, to"IUqu)telu-t,ber
about blm.; 'in1! passage money was
refuriijed, an'TiO""r"slhupdlod ashore'..
Courtnay'i view was, .that he hid
nnnm nv unm. mannsi nr- iinruiri in.
teuded departure froui Valparaiso and
deemci).t agood clianeopr winning ber
approval or uif conutslilp. seeing that
such titles' hro not .subjected, to serious
investigation In Houtu Amencai sua
rc'z (dok bis Fucgluii bride up country .
wliitra :tr. ktartni? 'nhil T)r. f?brlMt'nlint
established theiu on d small ranch.
isobel rctiowed her voyngp some
whtft chaateried In spirit. Uut her volo-
tile tiuturu soon suirlred die shocks It
had. received. By (fie time' the- Kansas
put her ashore at Tilbury, o be clasped
In rhe.'nfms of a timid and (earful
auut; shO'Wti ready at ever for the
campaign. of glory she had nyipped out
In London and Paris,
Captain Courteuay. B. N and hl
wife are not such distinguished per
nonages, but their romance bud a se
quel worthy of Its uuusual beginning
They w'ctv married qulelly a week nft
ft tho. Kansas reached trillion There
was somewdr scare In, full blast at the
.moment: hJ srt".loril'; of, (he jidmlraKy
'tuo ueigncUj w reau ,iue, iicvi-spiipers
Ihouglit' It' wjis 'ii jilty. tbntin smart
ijlllor stTn.Uld liot risk tits' life' for Ids
'ouutrjr tatuo (iiaii .In' behalf of base
'ommcrco. . So ho' loVkiii up Courtp
lay's record and found tliht It was ex-
client, the ydiing lleule'rtnut'u rcasoti
'or 'resigning litd commission being the
Necessity of iupborlltig bis hiotber
'Vhcn her estate Wiis ivVept r.wuy hy
bahk failure. The .Sea lbrtls made
Im a first rate oflfe'rof relint.ntenieiit
j (he service at n jilgbeh rank without
ny loss of Bcnlority,nnd they went
. ;( jllli'-busloojs .with kUcb dlgullled
Isitre that Dr.. Cbrlatobdl hail lime to
Ud ou,t. ,ttir'ougb''ril6u,"wtit)iii be could
'list. tlm( Elsie's small estate lu Chile
onlnlred onVof, the richest injueH In
".iTcouutry. He secured n bid of many
inwands of potlmls for It and advised
irs. CouHeuuy (o ulcept ,lmlf lu cash
id half lu 'shares of (he exploiting
V ivr't not uufpttsoimhlf (bat (Iray
'if.iil.l g.j bark tu'rhllf" tit lake charge
f KIsli'V miij- (nil1 "dial Mr. Boyle
""I'M . 1'oe.iii'.. ctiptii'lii , inlil Walker
file iijillirey of .t(it'"vKulli. while
'olir-nini'liVit(iiil (Mivn lu Upgliind.
MARKED FOR THE
' tat-st' .vV m'A.
About tliryiart'kJr'Mrs: u llatkoa
6f ,111, JCJtkbSnv ,trt(. paklsna. CaU
eill.a' It, 'ourigroci-) fn,i'' in -tnlrtMn
jrsrst.kld;'-'(h ,'UUtr . and. IUIImu.
ilh,lkti5 tht sli..had,Tett.a.aau(tiUr
thfouiS klanl--(JlnluM un th. doctors
sow (old' titt 'thkUdlie' Kk In th wm
M-sfttt'that ah ;ooul'llf tut a short
t-fTh'iiio'tUr wV tiUllr-'aiittao'ttd. We
liihsn iiinllpn.ot.th kUatTi.artd dial It
ftkk ltt'fd' IneuribU'uiidt tK old diure
tic. Uitit.,wblcJv'ir'ldn4j' MclUots.
but that. an .smallUntktorldiity'tnnam
lnt ten had .MnidlseoVrt4iand. that the
Child would pr6baill'covr) Th moth'.
r took.tha trtmil'Wlt,h rltr. '
I :A-few rfturithavaiviiMri. Ittk called
wiin a-.ofauiuueyuuni.airi. .TYno.was ins
yry rplcturs'.' ot 'health; '8ut,Jntroduc4
, in me
(Yfnthi week. T
For the-only emollient t
of the kidneys, (lis .world .lias ever seen,
tak far Fulton's- llttnil' Compound. Lit
ArstflirM mttllatii frarJ
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nt Imp' tiavnhln nn ami after Hatur-
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Estate of S. G. Wilder, Limited.
At (hu ri'Rillnr niililinl meedliK of
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J. R. Gait Vice President
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Treasurer and Secretary
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Henry Davis Auditor
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NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF LANDS SITUATED
'IN' KONA AND IN KAU, ISL
AND OF HAWAII.
At twolvc o'clock noon, Monday,
March 1, 1909, nt (lie frnlit oiitrnnru
to tlio Judiciary IliilliIlnK. Honolulu,
tlii'io will bo sold ut imtillc miction,
(i u iter tlm Provisions of Part S, I .and
Act 1895, (Secdons 278-285 Inclu
sive Revised Laws ot Ilinvnll), Gen
era I lenses ot (he folliiwInK dcscrlbrd
(I) A portion of the land ot Ho-
nu.'iulu, North Konn, llnwnll, contain-
Iiik nn urea ot 2943 ncrcs, more or
less, mul classed as grazing land.
t'"et rental, $300.00 ir annuiil,
(iiiyahlu seinl-iiiiuuully In advance.
Term of Lease, fifteen (15) years
finin .March 1, 1909.
cotiilttloti (if (ha Icaso will ha
(lint (lie iinllre boundaries of (he
land hhull he fenced wllh n lawful
fence within one year following (ho
ilr.tu uf (he lease, and (hat this fence
shull he maintained during (he term
of the le.iKe.
Necessary rights-of-way for public
iso will be reserved across the land.
(2) A portion of the land of Ma-
t.nkn, Kan. Hawaii, containing nn
.-lea of 18C acres, inuro or lens, of
vlilcli 170.(18 acres Is chinned as ng-
i (cultural land nnd the balance pas
ture laud. A
Upset rental. JKOO.OO per annum,
payable se'iul-nnnualiy In advance.
Term of l.cane, ten (10) years
.'icm Muy 1, 1909.
(3) A portion of (he land of Mil-
I aka. K'nu, Hawaii, conlnlnlng un
nil of MO.tS acres, more or lens, und
hissed as agricultural land,
rphi-t rental, S255.O0 per annum.
t.nuhle KPiiil-nnnimlly In advance.
Term of Leant', (en (10) years
'rum May 1, 1909.
(4) Portions of Lots 22 and 23,
'iiiinumano IloiiieHteuds, Knu, lla
a:iII. I'ondiinliiK an artu of 11.95
icies, to be leased ns pactoral land.
PpM'( rental, llo.Oii per annum.
I'nyalile neiiil-iiiiliiinlly lu advance.
Term of Lease, firteen (15) years
nun March 1, 1909.
The Lessee will be reiiulrcd to
Plant upon this land, within two
cars from dale of lease, nn nverage
if not lei than twenty (20) lllue
'lint Trees per ncre, for the whole
urn. No single acre to have less
iinn ten (10) trees (hereon, and nil
trees (n he mullilaliied In good grow-
ng iiinilllloti, during (hu (erm ot
Heserviidoiis regarding land re
inlretl by the (luverniilent fur settle
neiit or imbllc imrposes will be eui-
'milled III each of the above leases.
For Maps and further particulars,
jpply nt (ho ollru of (ho iinderslgiiL-l,
Juillclnry llulldlng, llonoliilu.
JA8. W. PKATT,
Commissioner of Public Uiiuln.
Dated, llonoliilu, Oahu, T. II., .y
Jniiuury 2S, A. IJ. 1909.
4222 Jan. 30; Feb. C, 13, 20, 27.
IN TUB CI11CUIT COUHT OV TIIK
Klrkt Judicial Circuit, Torrltory of
Hawaii. At Chambers; In Probate,
lu the Matter of the Kstate of Crej
well Keane Charles Itooke, Deceuseil.
Jnler of Notice of Hearing, Petition
for .Allowance of Final Accounts, Dis
tribution, and Discharge. On read
ng nud filing the petition and ac
counts of Henry Holmes, of (ho City
and County or Honolulu, Island ot
Dnliu, TerrKory of Hawaii, Ancillary
Vdnillilslrat'or with (he Will Annexed
of the Kstate In (hu said TerrKory uf
Hawaii of Creswell Keano Charles
Itooke, lute of Colchester, Kssex, Kng
liuid, deceased, wherein be ssks (o be
allowed (he sum uf Jl 429.70 and
harges himself with S nnd
.inks (hat the snuie may bo examined
ind tipuroveil. and thai u llniil onler
uiuy be mudii of tllstrlbullon of (he
liropely reiuulnlng In bis hands to
tile persons (Hereto entitled, and dis
charging lilni nnd his sureties from
til fmtlier resiunslblllt.v ns such An
cillary Adinlnlstriitor with tho Will
Annexed, It Is ordered (hat Tuesday,
(ho 23rd day of I'ebriiary, 1909, at i
10 o'clock a. in, before (ho Judge of
laid Court at the court room of snld
court at Honolulu, Maud of Ouhu, be
mul the same hereby Is appointed as
(he (line ami place for hearing snld
petition ami accounts, and that all
persons Interested mny then und
there uppe.ir mid dhow causo. It any
they hate, uhy the sutnn should not
be granted, und mny present evidence
ik to who are entitled to (ha said
properly. Also thut nodce of this
order shall be published once a weak
lu (be Krenlug llulledn, a newspaper
i.i Intel and published lu said Hono
lulu, for three successive weeks, the
last publication lo be not less than
two weeks previous to tho time there
in appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this 14th day
of January, 1909.
(Slg.) J. T. DM HOLT,
First Judge, Circuit Court. First
(Slg.) JOB IlATCHKLOn, Cletk.
Holmes, Stanley & Olson, attorneys
4210 Jun. 1C, 23, 30: Feb. C.
PULLETIN ADS PAY
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