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BVENINQ BULLETIN, IIONOLtTMJ, T. II, TUESDAY, APIttli 13, 1009.
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F I I MMMM
' BUSINESS- DIRECTOR SSJSJfc
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY i BEPAmmO. . ( - - r, BY- ' ? S V
Japanese nmlo nnd fcmnla help sup
plied promptly for nny work. Il2tf
Union St.; Phone G79. 4239-lln
Dr. Schumann. Hduri tf-0 a m.;
H'GttJm, -2.24 Emma Square.
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A LOT IN
' PUUPUEO TRACT
(Adjoining College Hills)
No advance in price. No clearing
to be done all ready for building.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500
LOT, ACCORDING TO AREA
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.1
NO. 024 BET'fEL STREET
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS, FOR THE
12G0 Fort St.
Mr. and' Mrs
INQ, and othet
ailments , qulokly
414 KINO ST.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU,
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0AHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 828.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant. St
OF ALL KINDS'.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholesale Importer and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and GUI E. 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Pioture Framing a Specialty,
603 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. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest noticed
AMU UlMfc.ll t'lAIXUO.
TliAYEn PIANO CQi
1ES HOTEL STflKKT.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co, 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
tn k ' , - . ' ; '
Te Sing Kee-Plnmber and" Tinsmith.
Smith St.., bet
Hotel and Pnunhl.
Forniture, fran Beds,
Coyne Farnitiife Co.,
BISHOP STREET7 HOtiOLULtf.
All the finest Society Sta
tionery in perfectly finished
linens. , ,
Oat & Mossman,
7G.Mcrchant St., near P. O.
For Walanue, Walalua, Kahuku nnd
Wny Stations 3:ic a. m . 3:20 p. m.
For I'oarl City. Ewa Mill and Way
Statlon-t7:30' .t. m, 9;15 a. m.,
'11:05 a. m, 2:lt p. m. 320 p. m,
5:15 p. tu., ;9:30 p. m, tll:00 pi m.
For Wahlawa lS . m. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu rrom Kahnku,
Walalua and Walacao 836 a. m.,
..6:31 p. m.
Arrive lnr Honolulu from Ewa. Mill
and Penrl City J7MG a. m, '8:30
a. m 10:38 a. m, l:4a p. m., 4:31
p m, 5:S1 p. m, 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wanlawa
8:3S a. m. and '5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Hnletwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only, first-clans tickets .hon
ored;, leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.j returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Petri City and Walanae.
0 P DKNISON K. O. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when wc say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; We repair
thom: " '
Von Hamm -Young
Alexander young building.
Solar Heater 30 to 100 gallon ca
pnclty. Galv. Tanks, 5 gallon to 500
gallon capacity. French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Mcal Work and Plumbing.Eatimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH 4 CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try! Eggs, Fresh ButtettBd Cheese
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER C0. Ltti.
Dealers In FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272. ' x ,
FACTORY at Iwilci; Tel. iib.
km HBX BEACH yu
C0PYRlaHT.l908.BY HARPER & BROTHURS
"She's leavo Dawson a-n, quecck. I
Doso mounted police Crow 'Jni on do
boat Jus' before wo lefV Theu he told
a story thnt ho had heard. The mangle
seemed, hnd left BkdgwAy between two
suns, npon tho disruption of Sonpy
Bmlth's tinnd of desperndoet, and bad
made for the Interior, but had been In
leCpovted atitlieMuis byrtno members
of (the, citizens' eommlttec who camo
oYjrjTi lllrt rtdtfenly. rVcf'endfng' to
yreW, lie" liitf exefUfcd' sblTo'uhe'jfptct
cd coup .as he dclhrred bis gun, for
both men fell, shot through tho body.
No. ono know" just what It wns he did
nor cared to question, film overmuch.
Tho next heard" of him wns nt Lake
Dennett, oer the line, whero tho
mounted poll?c recognized him and
sent him on.. They marked htm- well,
howoer,-flnd passed him on roai post
to post as they nau" drhed others
whoso records wcro known, but he had
lost htmsplf In tli rnnftiaton nt llnttr.
I son for a few weeks until the scarlet
I'uiiivu nupra renrcpea Dial out, uis
srmed him and forced him sullenly
aboard this steamer.
Old Man Galo cared llttlo for this,
fcr ho had spent his life nmong such
men, but as ho watdhed tho fellow a
sclcme obtllned Itself In M.1 head,
evidently the man dared not go far
ther lovn tho river, for thero wns
nothing save Indian camps and a mis
sion or two this side of St. Michael's,
and nt thatpotnt tbcro erp a, C9F'
nnd many soldiers, wher oV was lla
blo to meet tho penalty of past mis
deeds; hence he was probably resolved
to stop hero, and, Judging by hit rec
ord', rjo was a man of-uuscttlcd con
vlcttons. r ,
Tho'trarfer stepp'ed to tho boor and,
seeing Ilurrell on tho deck of tbo
stenmer, went down toward him. It
was a long chance, but the stakes wcrd
big and worttrr tho,i,rlek, Ho bad
thought much during ytlio night pre
vious In fact,, tot many, hours nnd
the morning-had found hid still undo
:lded, wbcrofoN(hc. took this course.
"Necla tell mo,Jlm you,nlm to koep
low nnd Order hcrc,"Jiot9gun nhrupt
ly, having" drawn tftoypung man nsldo,
"Those are. my Instructions," said'
nurrcIL "but they ,nro so vague"
"Well, this camp H bigger than It
was an hour ago, and. it nln't Im
proved any1 hi. the, pgrp'w'th. Yonder
goes the new cltjccn.'? s- te pointed to
the strangcrj who'.hat! returned to the
steamer for hhi baggsgo, nnd was do
sccndlng the gn.ng'phink bfurath thenf,
a vnllse In enchfliand.'" 'jHe's n thief
nnd a murdcrcr.'and w don't want
htm here. Konr, It's up fo you." ,
"I don't understand," snld tho lieu
tenant, whereupon tho trader told him
Dorct's tale. "lou nnd your men wcro
sont hero to keep things peaceable,?
he concluded, "and I reckorl when sT
man Is too tough for Uio Canuck pollco
ho Is tough enough for you' to tacMo.
Thero ain't a lock and key In tho
enrop, nnd wo nln't had a killing or a.
stealing In ten jnrs. We'd llko to
koep It that woy."l
"Well, you sec, I know nothing of
that shooting affray, so I doubt If my
authority would permit roo to Inter
fere," the soldier mused, half to him
self. "I allowed jou wero to use your own
Judgment," said tho elder man.
"Ho I am, I Bupposo. Tbcro Is ono
chance, Mr. Gnlo. If you'll back mo up
I'll send him on down to St. Michael's,
That Is tbo most I can do,"
Tho lieutenant outlined bis plan, nnd
as ho went on the trader nodded ap
proval! Tho young man gazed back at him
so squ.iroly, his eyes wero so pleasant
nnd friendly, hit w holo persOn breath
ed such straight up honesty -and frcsh-v
ness that.Bliamo arose" tr tmoUl man
and Ao had hard ,sWft to keep his
glnpco- from wavering. .Wjlhout fore
thouftEtiio, answered Ipipnlslycly:
;iioi afspqratp ananss. aangerous.
I boW hlm.a rf5;.JTsLnowr',,
li 4u nun
bisons jo" tell, bit wpere- tho man woro
U, aq'tot add,awprd,co'ni;eriilng his
deorlty with the gnnrwlu, tho cry
xviKicoB uoiiuurniin. oi mo touiii ao
ferriki hlnv On sccopu,J()ouuht Galo
ylMdLto an Impulse, o wait nnd sco
how Xlcndo,' ltnrrell would .act under
fire If tlm soMlcr emerged 'bcnthlesi
)t would gle him a, lino on hs chnrac
tor. if hc.dhl no wfcf(, Hint would
be oven better,
.Tho, crowd", w,m comlJg bnck to the
steamer, which , had djscbnrged her
few tiunillcniof,,frefalit, and thero was
no one Insldft tho- loi ot ns they en
Vsed e'xcoiit Dgret And th stranger,
who hnd deposited his bnggnge nt tho
rear and was tnlUng with tho French
man at tho bar. At sight of the lieu
tenant Iio became silent nnd tumid
tarrletsly, although with n distrustful
staro. Ilurrell wasted no time.
"Are you going to locnto hero?" ho
" notlco you go skeleton rigged,"
tho soldier continued. Indicating tho
man's baggage. 'Tretty small outfit
for a, miner. Isn't It?"
. "It's plenty for nie."
' "Hnvo jou enough money to buy
jour Nelson's gruliV
"I guess that's my business."
"Mj orders are to see tint nil ndw
comers cltlier hnve an outtlt or nro
that nro not equipped properly are to,
bo cent down rlrcr to St. Michael's,
wbcro there Is plenty of everything
and wbcro they will be- taken enro of
by the government. Mr. Gale tint only,
sufficient pro ls!ons to winter the men
already In this district."
"I can tnko care of myself," snld tho
man, angrily,, I'whcthcr- I'm, broke or
not, apd I don't want" any of your In
terference." no "shot' a. quick glance
at Poleon Dorct, but tho Fretichmnn's
faco was like wood, nnd Lilt hnml still
held tho licclc of the w hlsl.y bottle he
had set out for tho stranger.
"Come." Bald the olllccr pcromptorl
ly, "I have heard nil about you, nnd
you are not the kind of citizen wo
want hero, but If )ou haw enough
money for an outfit I can't rend yon
away. If you haten't"
"I'm broke," slid the man, but at
the noto In his olcc Poleon Dorct's
muscles tightened, nnd Ilurrclt, who
also rcid n sinister mcsHngo In the
tone, slid his henry sen Ice revolver
from Its holster beneath his coat.
"Olvo me your gun," ho B4ld. "I'll
unload It And give It bnck to you at
"All, rlght;jon'vo got tho tipper
band," said the man through llpi that
bad gone white, nrlwlng' his weapon
from beneath his lost, he presented' It
to the ofllcer, buff foremost, hammer
undcrnnatb. Tho cylinder, reposed nat-
rally. In the palm of his band, nud tho
tip of hit foreOnger 'was thrust
through the trigger guard.
IluiTfll lowered thi- barrel of his re'
volver nnd put out his left hand for
the other's weapon. Suddenly the
man's wrist jerked", the soldier saw a
blue flicker of sunlight ob tho steel as
It whirled, saw tho arm of, rolcon Do
rct fling Itself ac'rOsa tho Imr with the
speed of n striking serpent, heard a
smash of breaking glass, felt the shock,
of a concussion nnd tho spatter of
some liquid lu bis face. Then he saw
tho man's roplvcr on the floor half
way across tho room,- sawfrgmentH
of glass with It andi sftwMhe fellow
step backward, snatching at the fin
gers of bis right linnd.',. smell of
powder smoke nnd rank wlrieky was lai
Thero nro times when n mnn's hand
will act more swiftly than lilt tongue.
Napoleon Doret had seen the manner
of the stranger's surrender of bis gun
and,' realizing whnf It meant, bad act-
The nrm of i'olcon Dorft flung itself
acrots me Mr,
ed. At tho cry Instant of tho fellow's
treachery Doret struck with his bcttlo
Just In tlmo to kriock tbo weaon from
his band, but not In time to prctcut It
discharge. The bullet was lodged lu
tho wall a foot from whero Galo stood,
Aiming a sweeping1 downward blow
with his Colt, Ilurrell clipped thlSkug
way man JUst above the car, and ho
reeled. Theu as he fell tbo ofllcer
Btruck wickedly again at hl4 oppo
nent's skull, but Dorct seized hi in by
"Da gar, don't kill Mm twicer'
Rtirrrll wrenched his arm free nnd
turned on Dorct a faco that remained
long In tho Frenchman's memory, a
face Buffusedwlth fury nnd convulsed
llko that of n sprinter nt the fin lull of
a race. Tho two men stared at each
ojlier over the fa lieu flguro for a brief
moment until the Boiilkr gained masj
tfry of h(ins'elf.nnd sheathed hit Weap
on, w ben Poleon smiled,
,"I spoil' a qunrt of good w'iskee on
you. Dot's wort' Ihe dollar."
Tho Uuutouojit wiped tho liquor from
"Quick work, Dorct," ho said. "I
ow o j ou .one." '
Gale's faco was hidden at ho bent
ocr the, prostrate murr, fingering a
long and ragged cut which laid tho
fellow's scalp open from back of tho
ear to yio temple, hut ho mumbled
''Is ho hurt badly?"
.,Noj you chipped him too low," said
tbo trader,, "I tfild you" he was bad."
Tliey revhed tho map, then bound
Up his Injury hastily, and ns tho Htcdm-
er cast off they lid him to tha bank
uqu iriBslil nil Klll'-mi-'ta iu u luuai-
nbout. Ho said no word ns ho walked
j unsteadily np the plank, but turned
ana Miireii mniignnuiiy at im-iii irum
tho deck... Then ns tho crnft swunj:
OtltwHrtr 'Into Tho aireim. Tie grTnnea
thrmigh tho trlcklo of blood that stole
down from beneath bis wldo hat and
"I'd like to Introduco myself, for
I'm coming btclc to winter with you,
lieutenant! My iinmo Is Ituunlon."
And uutll tho sterfmer wns bidden be
hind tbo bend below they saw him
standing thero gazing back at them
As Ilurrell left tho two men nt the
store he gave his hand frankly to tho
French Canadian aud said, wullo his
"I want to thank you for saving mo
from my own nwkwnrdness."
Dorct became otcn more embarrass
ed than the lieutenant nt this show of
grntttudo audi grunted churlishly, flut
when tho young .man bad gone he
turned to Onlc, who had watched them
silently, amr said:
'He's n nlco young feller, olb mnni
Siprol W'eii bo's mud his eyo got so
red Ink my ondershlrt."
Hut tbo trader made no reply.
M I 1,1'
WITHOUT IinNEHT OK CLCnOT.
IlIIN" the steamer had gone
Napoleon Dorct went to look
for Neila nnd found her
plnjlng with tbe yoifnger
Gales, who ruvelid In tho gifts ha bad
broUKbt. Ni'i er hd there been such
gorgeous presents for little folks.
The elder girl laughed gladly nt Po
leon phterVi). tholigh'lfcr eyes wero wet
with the pity of It.
"You seem to bring suusblno wher-
ovcr you go," she sold.' "Ihcy havo
never had thln'rs' to play with llko
other children, nud It makes mo cry to
"Ho, ho," lie chuckled, "dls,nln' no
tfmo for cryfn', bn goshl 1 gupw'you
don' hnve so much present w'en you
wns I IT gal jou'so'f," w'at?" Mcob
you t'lnk I forget you. Want, I didn't."
He bfgntv to undoMIic fnytenlngs of
a pnrccl ho carried In bis nrms.
"Don't you dare open HI" cried Nc
cln. "Why. that's half tho fun." Sho
was a child herself now, her faco
Hurticd nnd her'bnnds n-trcmblc. Tak
ing the package to the table, she hur
riedly untied lie knots whllo he stood
watching her, his teeth showing whlto
against bis dark face and his eyes half
shut as If dnrzlrd. by the sight of her.
"dli, why didn't you tie mora knots
la It?" she lreathed ns she undid the
Inst, nnd theu, opening the wrappings
slowly, she gasped In nstonlsluticnt.
Sho shook It out gently, reverently, n
clinging black luce gown of Purls
make. Next she opened n bov nnd
took from It n picture bat with long
Jet plumes, which sho stroked nnd
pressed fondly against her face. There
were oilier garments nlso-n silken
petticoat, silk stockings nnd n pair of
high heeled shoes to match, with cer
tain other delicate nnd dainty things
which she modestly forboro to Inspect
before tho Frcneliruan, who snld no
word, hut only gared at ber, nnd for
, whom sho hnd no eyes ns yet. Finally
sho'laid her presents aside nnd, turn
ing to him, said In a hushed, awo
"It's all- there, everything complete!
Oh, Poleon you dear, dear Poleon!"
Sho took his two big hand's by tho
thumbs, ns had been her custom ever
since sho wns a child, nnd looked up
at htm, her ejes wet with emotion.
Hut sho could pot keep nwny from tha
dress for long nnd returned to feust
her eyes upon 'r-
"You lak, It, eh?" pressed Poleon, hun
gry for more demonstrative expression.
"Oh-hl" sho.slghed. "Where on earth
did you get It? Why, It must bavo
cost nf fortune!"
"Wan night I gamblo In becg saloon.
Yes. sir! I gamblo good dat night too.
For w'lo I play roulette, den I dance,
den I play some more, an' by an' by I
sia u new danco gal. She's Frnncho
gal, from Montreal. Dat's do ono I
lol' you 'bout. Da gar, .he's swell
dress' too. Sho's nanio" Mario Dour
goito." "OU, I've beard about her," said Ne
Cln, "Sho owns a claim on- Bonanza
"Sure, sho's frlcn's wit' Chnrllo Sic
Cormnck, dat rlcho feller, but I don'
know It dls tarn', so X ask her for
dunce w It' nie. Den wo drink a bottle
of clunip.ic.no twenty dollar.
" 'Monielle,' I say, 'how ranch you
charjo for M'l! me dat dress?'
"'For w'y shall I sell 'Im? sho say.
'I don' wear 'Im before till tonight, an'
I don' get no more dress lak dls for
Four in' dollar.' "
Nee la exclaimed excitedly.
"'For w'y jou sell Mm?' I Bay. Mile
cause I'll tnk' Mm down to Flambeau
for Necla Gale, w'at never had no
dress lak dnt In all her life.' Waal,
sir, dat Mario Ilourgetto she's hear of
you before, an' your dad, too mos' nil
dose Chccctmkos know 'bout Old Mah
Galo bo sho say: '
".'W'ut lok(n' kind of, gal Is.dls Nc
ta?' An; I toll hey ill jiunt'you. Won
Pur (tough Mio siyi rl
'''Hill miiyb jonY riltfo' frlcn' Is
more bigger us I am. Maybe do dreis
won't fit.' !'
" 'Hn, you don' know mo, mnmseiwr
I My 'I cnu gums du weight ,of n car
ibittl to flu- potiu'. blm'Jl lie ftiimo slzo
In'kln' ono Iri'ti roun' iW wK','
" 'Poleon loret,' Hlw, Bay, ',you nln'
no 'Pr iiiefieiimns fo talk' ntC dnt. Look
I run sell dls dress for .t'ousnn'
dollar tonight, or I ran trndof'lm for
go)' ninoon, l,'.l I)or.ido creek to somo
dose Swede w'nt want to rsich a gXI,
but I'm goln' sell Mm to jou for free
boudred dollar. Jus' w'nt I pny for Mm.
Yon jAIf here till I orne back.'
(To' Be Continued)
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return to Hlslinp & Co Silngs De
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 is the kitchen.
in your stove. Renew youth
by shutting oil hard work
and' worry over household
expenses. We have a lot of
information that is yours
for an intimation that you
ere interested in domestio
Honolulu Gas fo.,
W. 0. Peaeock & Co., ttd.,
For windows, fern honses.
picture frames, office doors,
and windows, show cases, etc,
, We will cut it to your or
der. Our stock is the largest
and finest in the city,
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
. 177 S. King Street
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
The Best Whiskey on the Market
TH0S. F. MoTIOHE & CO.. AGENTS,
101-105 KINO ST.
PHONE 140. V 0. BO 7M,
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Heading Standard motorcjele, tw.-l
c Under fi-II P , practically new;
Ih fine running condition Inqulro
Uulletln olhco. 4283-tf
Shooting gnllerj', No 19 Hotel St.,
near Nuuanu. I.nqulro or owner
or P. II. llurnctte, Merchant St.
Pedigreed ICngllsh bulldog, brlndle
color. Inquire at DceLley's, Wal
Nowly furnished rooms close In; elec
tric light and running water lu
each room. No. 73 So Iloretnnla
Neatly furnished, moequlto-proof
room, with board, Tel. 1333; Nos.
749-00, Dcrctanla St. 4272-lf
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like-
like St., near Campbell Lano.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Emma St.
Nice, nlr rooms at 13S3' Nuuanu
Ao. HcasonnMe. 4279-2W
l . nj
nUAL ESTATK EXCliAN'OC, LTD.
Wo havo over IOC 1Mb for snlo In 1l
parts of tho cltj', tmroed nnd
' unlmprood, .business sites,
rcsldcnco sites and farming
sites, for prices ranging from
150 to $30,000: some for cAsli
sales, somo for Installment
sales and some for exchange.
Wo havo over 60 homes for sale, locnt
od In ovory residence section
of Uio city, and suburbs; all
comfortablo, somo elegant, on
various terms; somo for spot
cash, somo on installment pay
ments, somo for oxchango, and
some for part cash and part
mortgago on easy terms.
HOUSES. """ '
Wo can arrange to build houses on tho
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by rciponslbto
Wis have a number of good oxchango
Wo rent houses and may lacate
Wo bavo eight or ten prospcetlvo buy
ers on our lists at present;
porhnps you havo Jast the
place that would ault ono of
them. Como and see Us.
REAL ESTATE. EXCIIANOE. LTD.
A. V. dEAIt, Manager.
MAGOON I WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET '
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