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.EVSNINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T..H. MONDAY, APRIL 11, 190!l.
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Jnpancso mnlo nnd' female icp"bup
pllod promptly for miy work. 1128
Union St.; IlionoG79 4239-lui'
Dr. Schumann. rHotirs 8-0 a. in.!
l-C p. m. 221 Emma Square. '
A LOT IN
PUUPUEO TRACT i
(Adjoining College Hills) !
No advance in price. No clearing
to bo done all ready for building.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500
pjeit lot, according to area
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd,
NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12G0 Fort St. Phone 483.
Mr. and Mrs
INQ, and other
444 KING 8T.. 1
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from purs dl. tilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0A1IU (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone- fc28'.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
. cr more.
W. 0. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tel. 140. ' "
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & So
Wholesale Importer, and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and CVIXX 8T8. '
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
603 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity' and 'de
icriptiori made to order. ' Boiler Work
and RIVITED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and ieJ
pairs executea ac sngnest -notice.
MM.li ' f.M"! u
AND OTHEH PIAN08.
THAYER PIANO C.q,
. 16 HOTEL STREET.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Ded
Co., 12?0 -Alapal' SJ. Telephone
' " PLUMBING.
7e5 SJR? KyrJlujBjier an4 Tinsmith,
8ml(h 8t., bJt. HdtcJ and Pauaht:
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU;. ,
411 the finest Society Sta
tionery in perfectly finished
Oat & Mospgn,
70 Merchant St., near P. O.
For Wnlanae, Walulua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 n.ra., '3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill nnd Way
Stations t?:3u a. m., SMS a. m.,
11:05 n. m., '2:1S p. m.. 320 p. m.,
5:15 p. in.. 19:30 p. m., fll:00 p. m.
For Wahluwu 9:1S su jm. 'and
6:16 p. m. ,
Arrive Honolulu from Kahaku,
Walalua and' Walanao 8:30 a. in.',
..S:31 p. tq.
Arrive In Honolulu fromEw& Mill
and Pearl City 17:46 a. m., 8:36
a. m., 10:38 n. m., 1:40 p. m., 4:31
P in., 6:31 p. m., 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlaws
'8:36 a. m. and 5:S1 p. to.
t Ex. Sunday.
i Sunday Only.
The Hntclwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored),) leaves Honolulu ovory Sunday
at 8:22 a. ra.; returning, nrrlves In
Honolulu at lt:10 p. m. The Limited
stors only at Petri City and Walanaa.
II P nuiNipns- V. C. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. iff$
don't experiment on autos"; we repair
Von Hamnir Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING,
' " FOR SALE.
Solat Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv, Tanks, S gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz-'
es. 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets nnd seats, suitable for
use in schools or plantations.' Sheet
Metal Work and PJumbing.Estimatej,
Jabbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 2,11. 1.45 KING 8,1.
KANE0HE BEEF ,.
Always on Hand. Young PigsPoul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. TeL 288
YpUNQ TIM. Manager. " T
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
or all crops, climatio and soil con
OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
CCpYRI0hT.lOOa.BY HARPER & BROTHERS
rot.r.o:t ponivrVltAii'is quicisni thai
" 1IIS" Kl.tOUE.
Tim trader's house sat kick of
' llic post, fattier up on tlio
bill. It wan n large, sleepy
house, sprawllug against the
sonny side of the slope. It was of
great, squaro hewn tlhiucrs, built In
JI19 Russian stylo, the umlcrsldp of
fiqh log hpljowrU to fit snugly jovcr
Us fellow undcrnenth, upon which
dried moss, had ptyTlpmly been spread.
Many n'rclUiccts had' worked en It as
It grow rooin by room through, the
years. U hnU stretched n bit year by
yenr, for' the traders family h'nd leen
big In the early days when hunters
nijd miners qf both breeds came li) to
trade, to loat nnd to swap stories twltn
him. Through thp winter days, when
,tho cprlbou wcro In the unrth and the
moose wcro scarce, whole families of
natives came nud camped thcre for
Alluaiq, Ms squnw. drew to her own
blood,' nrid"they felt It their due to cat
of thy .bounty of him who ruled them
Ukp an ovcrjord. " '
There are men whoso wits nro quick
as Jlgbt iil whoso ipusdes have Jjeen
t tempered and hardened by yenr of
exercise' .that they are like those at a
wild animal. Of t) was John (nle,
but with 'nil Lis Intelligence ho )vns
very ?'pv at reading; hence he qljose
tovspeud his evenings with his ptpo
nnd hle thoughts gather than with a
Ixjok, .as lonesome' ueu are supposed
to do. "He Cl'd with little sleep, pud
many nights ho. Rat nlono till Alunn
and Necla would u6 ayvnkonod by hU
heavy st'ep" ho" went to his bed.
That he was n man who could really
think oud'ltiat his thoughts were en
grosslug no one doubted who saw him
sitting, enthrayed nt.such n time, fur
bq neither rocked, nor talked nor moved
a musoJo Jio'ur'uftcr hour, and only his
eyes were olive. Tonight tho iicll
was on hlp again.
Gale's squaw enmo In, her arrival
unnnnonnced.iccpt ,.by the scufi of
her moccasin', and sealed herself
ngalnst tho wall. Hl'13 did not use a
chair, of which thero were several, but
crouched upon a tonrskln, her knees
beneath her chin, fihe sat thus for n
long tlmp.' "while Nccln put tho JJttlo
ones to bed. Soon tho girl came to
say good height.
AVhcn 'she bad gono ho spoko with
-t'Sbo'll never mqrry Poleon Dorct"
"Why" inqulretl Allunn.
"ifo nlnvt'her kind."
"Poleon Is n good man."
"None better. Hut she'll marry somo
some white man."
"Poleon Is white," tho squaw de
clared. "IIo H nnd he nln't. I mean shell
marry an 'outside' man. He ain't good
enough, nud well, bo ain't her kind."
Allnnn's grunt of Indignation was a
sufficient answer to this, but he re
pumod, Jerking Ills tipnd In the direc
tion of the barracks. "She's been talk
ing n lot' with thin this soldier."
"Him good' man, too, I guess," said
"The h-1 ho Is!" cried tho trader
fiercely. "IIo dou't mean any good
"Htm cot-a woman, cb7" said tho
"No, nol I reckon he's slnglo all
right, but you dou't understand, llo's
a'Wt Wlw fmr fn. '
dljtcrqtit from us people. Hq's he's"
Halo (uiused, at a loss for words to cpn
vyy Ills jncgnlnp. 'Well, lit; nln't tho
kind that would marry u hulf breed."
Evidently Allium read sm'ua hidden
meaning buck of these words, for shu
spoke quickly, but In her own tongue
now, ns sho was accustomed to do
when excited or ulurmcd.
"Tlion this thing i)ust cease nt oqce,
The risk li ton great. Itctler Hint yod
kill him beforo It Is too late."
Oule roto mid laid his big hand firmly
on her shoulder.
"Don't tall; llko that. Thert has been
too much blood lot nlreiidy; There's
time enough to worry."""'1' I' '
IIo rose; but. Instead of polug to his
room, 'ho strode out of l;e liou,o arid
walked rior'lhw'ard 'up'tho'trnll Allunn
sat huddled up In the' doorway, her
shawl drawn close nbout ljer hesdni'id
wnlled for blui until the late sun dip
ped down below the distant mountains
for the midnight hour,, then rolled
slanting out again a fow points farther
north, to begin Its long Journey nncw,
but he did not return. At last shu crept
(tllUy ludoqrs, tho look of fright stat
ing In ber eyos.
About 0 o'clock the. next morning a
faint and long Ornvvn.-W' eiuue from
the farthest limits of' the llltlc camp.
An Instant Inter It was echoed closer,
and then n dog begun to bqW. Ucfyro
Its voice bad dlcd'a'yay nuolber took
ill uu fiiyi;, uuu HIU (nut nrenius
from up' and down' the linlf tulle of
'scanty water frolit Cjfn".' ''l0 CV Jf
("Stcam-bo-o-a-t!" Cablii ijoors opcunl
and 'riien camo out! einnircti up'' the
stream nud echoed tho call," while from
sleepy nooks and min warmed roofs
, wolf dogs arose, yawning nud stretch-
Downstream came tho faint sighing
whoof-wboof of a steamer, nnd then
out from behind the bend she burst.
Her cabin deck was ltnrTTwlib passen
gers, most Ot whom .were bound fur tho
"outside," although still clad In mack
nav and overalls. They all gazed si
lently at tho hundred tncu of Flam
be.au, who. jdarcd tcick (U them till tqo
ganghink yas pheed, vuc(i thoy came
ashore to stretch thelr'lcgii, Olio of
them, however, made sulclcuf uolso
to ruako up 'for the silence of the oth
ers. Uofpri) the steamer find grounded
he' oppeared among (lib Swa'ib deck
hands, hl's iiepd and stiouldcrs tower
ing above thorn, his wljito'ti'etb' gleam
ing from u'faco ns (inrk.nH theirs, shout
lug to hlu frlcrids ashore bud puuto
nilmlng bis delight to the two CAIo.
children, who had coin'6 with Alluna to
welcome? him. " ' '
"Who's doso becg, tall people w'nt
stun' 'longslde of you,"Mle Oole?" he
colled to her; then, shading hH eyes
elaborately, be .cried lu a greut voloo:
".Waal, wool, 1 b'llevo dot's Jt'uleu
1 Jean an' Mam'selle llollcc( liar garl
Uoy geso,bcvg w'lle I'm gono 1 don'
kuovfidcm no morol"
Tho youthful Gales wriggled. nt ,tbls
acucmus, uauery ana .dug their uny
moccasncd oe's lnto.uq sand.
Llcutejia'ot Uu'rrcll bad como wlli
tho ojliers, for the n'rrlval of a steam
boaf called for the presence of "evtjry
s'oul hi camp, and, spying Necta t'n tho
ouisklrts Qf thy crowd," he took hh)
place beside her. Ho bad lalii awake
for hours thinking of her and (mil
fallen asleep with iicr still In hls'ralud,
for tho revelation "of her blood had
como as a shock to mm.
'He had sprung from a raco of slnvo
holders, from a laud where hlrtbniul
breed ore moro than any other thing,
whero a drop of Impure blooll' effects
an lneradlcablo stain, Thcreforo the
thought of this girl's Ignoble parentage
was bo repugnant to him that too
moro ho pondered It tho moro pitiful
It seemed, tho moro monstrous. Eying
awnko nnd thinking of her In the still
ness of bis quarters, It had seemed a
ycry unfortunnte and ,a,very terrible
thing. 'During his moaning duties' tho
vision o'f ber had been fresh before
blm again, and bis constant contempla
tion of the matter bnd wrought a
clmngo In bis nttltudc tQward tho girl,
o'f'wlilcb ho was uncomfortably con
scious nnd which be was glud' to sco
she dhl not perceive.
Tho men wcra pouring off tho boat
now, and through tho crowd enmo tho
tall Frenchman, bearing lu tho hollow
of each arm a child who clasped n bun
dle to lts'brenst llt.f eyes grew bright
er lit sight of Nccla, and bo broko Into
a flood of patois. They fairly txyhbnrd
ed eiich'otbcr with qlilck questions qnd
frugfncntnry auswprs till sho .remem
bered her coinpnnlon.
"Oh, I forgot my manners! Lieuten
ant Uu'rreli, tbU Is Napoleon Dorct
our I'olconr,' sho added, with proud
Daret checked his volubility, and
stared it tho soldier, whom he appear
ed to see fur .tho first time. Tho Uttlo
(Town people lu hU arms stared .like
wise, nnd If nC'cmed to IlurrelMlint n
certain distrust was lu each of tho
Jbrec pairs of eyes, only lu 'b'osq of
the 'man tbcro wus no shyness. In
stead, tho Canadian looked htm over
gruvcly from head' to heel, seeming to
notis'erteh point of tho unfamiliar nt
tiro; then ho Inquired without remov
ing bis glnnco:
"Weru'Jjouts you live, eh"
"I lfyo ut the post yonijer." snjd tho
''"nt bUncs you work ntJ"
"The lieutenant has Veen stationed
here, foolish," snld Necln. "Como up
to the store quick nud tell mo wliat
it's like ut Dawson."
In spite of tbo man's unfriendliness,
Ijurrcll witched him with adfulratlon.
There were no becls to bis. tufted fur
bootq, end yet he stood a good si
feet two, as straight as a plno Bap-
l"'fc'.0V.,i.'t,PfS'lc,l."'S!,',e';ol,J KlP18.c o
tell of,Jxit mjiul,be was ma.e.(,Ils
SI)Itt ijljqwcd. I hljj wio)jj IhkIjt, ,ln
tho set of bjj) bud nod, aboye A .,,u
h(-( durk, warm face, vhlch glowed
with cngcrncss"'wh'er) ho t.ilked,vnud
tlmr was ever wnen no was not Bing
"I never tee so many people slnco I
let' Quebec," be wns saying. "She's
Jus' Ink lccg city mus' be free, four
t'ousiui! people. Kvery day somo more
doy come, nn' nil night dey danco nn'
sing nn' drink w'lskco. Ha gosh, dat's
"Are there lots of whlto women7"
asked the girl.
"Vcs; two, tree bondred. Moa of
dora Is work In danco halls. Hero's
one fine gnl I see, name' Mario Hour-
gette. I tell you 'bout her by nn' by."
"6b, Poleon, you're lu )ovc!" cried
"No, slreo!" he denied. "Dero's nono
of dem gnl look half so purty Ink you."
IIo would have said more; but, spying
the trader nt the entrance of tho store,
be wept to blm, straightway launching
Into the details of tljelr commercial en
terprise, which, happily, body been most
Among the merchandise of the post
there were for sale n scanty nssort-
ment of firearms, cheap shotguns nnd
a Winchester or two, displayed In a
rack behind the counter In n "manner
to nttrnct the eye of such native hunt
ers'ns might need them, nnd with tho
rest hung n pair of Colt's revolvers.
Ono of the new nrrlvnls, who had sep
arated from the others at the, front,
now cpllcd tn Gale:
"Aro those Colls for sale? Mine was
stolen the other day." Evidently ho
was rfccmtoined to liikon prices, for
he showed no rurprlso nt tho figure the
trader named, but took the jruni nod
tested each of them, whereupon llic
old man knew that here was no
"Chcechako," as tenderfcot nro known
In (he north, although the man's garb
had deceived blm nt first glance. The
stranger balanced tho weapons, ono In
cither band; then he did tho "douhU
roll" neatly, following which he exe
cuted n move that Oale had not wit-
netted for many years. Ho extended
ono of the guns, butt foremost, ns If
surrendering It, tho action being frco
nnd open, save for tho fact that his
forefinger wns crooked npd thrust
through the trigger guard; then, with
Iho hllghtcxt Jerk of the wrist, the gun
spun nbout, the hindle Jumped Into his
palm, nnd Instnutly there was n click
as ils thumb Hipped the hammer. It
wns tho old "road agent spin." which
Gala ns n boy bad practiced hours at a
time. Hut that this man wns In earnest
ho showed by glancing upward sharply
when tho trader laughed.
'"This one hangs all right." he, said;
"give me n box of cartridges."
Ho emptied his gold sack In payment
for the gun and ammunition, then re
marked: "That pretty nearly cleans me. It I
had the price I'd tako them both."
Onlo wondered what need Induced
this fellow to spend his last few dol
lars on n firearm. Then ho Inquired:
"Hound for the oulsldoi"
"No. I'm locating here."
Tho trader darted a quick glnnco at
blm. He did not like this man.
"There nln't much doing In this camp.
It's n pretty poor place." bo sold guard
edly. "I'll put In with you, from Its looks,"
agreed tho other. "It's got too inauy
".Yiipolroii Dnnt our Poleon"
soldlera to ho worth a d-n." IIo snarl
ed this bitterly, with a peculiar lecrbig
lift of I1I-4 lip, 'as If bis words tasted
"Most of tho boys nro going up riv
er," enld Gale.
"Well, thiiio hllH look ns If they had
gold lu them," Mid tho stranger, point
ing vaguely. "I'm going to prospect."
(ale knew Instinctively that tbo fel
low was lying, for hi hands were not
those of iv-miner, but there wus noth
ing to bo said. Ills Judgment was verl
lied, however, when. Poleon drew blm
aside later nnd said:
"JIo's. bud mini."
VIL'Sy. ujj i'.ou Ituowi" -
(To Be Continued)
The Industrial Edition of the
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ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
let in office. ...
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lest Than
Everybody to make money by plant
lng cocoanuts. inquire for plants,
Ilox 102 Llhuc, Kauai. 4190-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
FURNISHED ROOM WANTED
Young man from mainland wants
cool nnd modernly furnished room
with private family. Phone Room
9S Young Hotel. 4282-it
Gold watch and fob, on Alexander
St. near Wilder Ave. Finder call
nt this office nnd rccelvo reward.
Commodities are increasing
in price without a propor
tionate increase in wage
earning force, Economy
must be practiced or bank
ruptcy will come. The place
to begin u the kitchen.
in your stove. Renew youth
by shutting off hard work
and worry over household
expenses. We have a lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
are interested in domestic
Honolulu Gas Co.,
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
For windows,) fern houses,
picture frames, offloe doors,
ancTyindows, show cajes, etc.,
We will cut it to your or
der. Our stock is the largest
and finest in the city,
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King Street
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
4.,R. Rowat, D.V.S.
ft t l i?77,KINOjSJ?ftf
Hie Best Whiskey on ihe Marknt.
rnOS. F. McTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. V. 0. BOX 755.
1S5 editorial ro.om 250 butt-
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numbers of the Bulletin office.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cant Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lett Than
Shooting gallery, No. 19 Hotel St.,
near Nuuanu. Knqulro of owner
or F. It. Durnctte, Merchant St.
Pedigreed' English bulldog, brlndlo
color, ""inquire at Dcckley'a, Wal
Newly furnished rooms close In; elec
tric light nnd running water la
each room.' No. 73 So. Ilcrctanla
Neatly furnished, mosquito-proof
room, with board.- Tel. 1333: N;os.
749-30, llcretanln St. 4272-lt
Two furnished rooms. 1071 A Llko-
llkc St., near Campbell Lano.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McCpnn.cll, 1223 Kmma St.1 "
Nice, airy rooms nt 1S03 Ndminti
Ave. Hcnsonnulo. 4279-2W
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
' ' ' LOTS.
Wo havo over 100 lots for salo In all
parts of tho city, Improved and
unimproved, business situs,
rcsldenco sites and fanning
Bites, for prices ranging from
$50 to $30,000; somo fdr cash 4
sales, somo for Installment
ales and some for exchaugc.
Wo havo over CO homes for sale, locat
ed In.oyery rosynco section
of tbo city, and suburbs; all
comtortablo, somo elegant, on
Various terms; somo for spot
cashsome on installment pay
ments, somo for cxch.inRo, nnd
eomo for pact cash nnd part
mortgage on "easy terms. '.
' j '
houses!, ' " '
Wo can arrango to build houses on the
installment plan' on lots pur
chased from US'-by responsible
parties. ' ' ' '
Wq havo n number of good oxebango
Wo rent houses ,and may lcata
Wo havo eight or ten prospectl'vo buy
ers on our lists at present;
perhaps you havo ' Just the
placo that .would suit one,. of
them. Come, nud acq us.
RJ3AL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTa
. V. GEAR, Managpr."
MAGQON & WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET "
Real Propty. Law and Land
Wing Vo Tai & Co.
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