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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOUJLV, T. 1L, FRIDAY, ArniL 1C, 100DV
v yifjr A Hai Tss m IP? of n
WANTUi) T ti)& tALS.
NJWM OAK Kllm
- Japnncso malo and femnlo help sup
piled promptly for nny work. 1128
Union St.; Phone 579. 4239-lni
Dr. Schumann. HourA.8-9 a.
4-6 p. m. 224 Emma Square.
A LOT IN
(Adjoining College Hills)
No advance in price. No clearing
lo be done all ready for building.
PRICES RANGE FROM
$800 to $1500
PER LOT, ACCORDING TO AREA
Bishop TrustCo. Ltd.
NO. 1)24 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO,, Ltd.,
' AGENTS FOR THE
12C0 Fort St.
Mr. and Mn
INO, and othat
444 KNQ 8T
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANO.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter, delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 523.
Delivered to .residences
and offices at 28o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
w. o. qarnhArt,
133 Merchant 6t.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. PfiiiUlp & Co.
Wholesale Importars and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY GOODS
FORT and Ct'tC. STS.
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 da.
cription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
: AND UT1IKH l'IAN()S. 1
' THAYEn PIANO CO. t
U HOTEL BTRKKT.
t I'hna g.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1200 Alapal St. Tolophone
iee Sing Kee--Plurabcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., hot. Hotel and Tauahl.
MAGQON & WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real -Property. Law and Land
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
For Walanao, Wahilua, Kahukti and
Wny Stations 9: 15 u. m., 3:20 p. in.
For I'eurl City, Kwn Mill und Way
oi.iiloini -17:30 it. li., '16 a. m.,
11:05 a. m.. 2:U p. m.. 3!0 p. m.,
4.16 p. m., H:30 p. m.. ftlioo p. m.
lor Wahlavra 9:15 , m. and
M15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahukti,
vvnlalu.i and Walanne S:3U a. m..
.5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa, Mill
and I'onrl Clly t":4B . m. S:3i
. in., 10:33 a. m,. 'lo p. m., 4:ll
p m.. 3 31 p hi., 7:S'l p. in.
Arilve Honolulu from Wahl&wa
8:36 a. m.' and 5:X1 p. u
t Ex. Sunday.
1 Sunday Only.
The Ualolwa Limited, n two-hour
train (only flrst-cl.lss tlckots hon
ored), leaves Honolulu evory Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; roturnlng, nnives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited
stops only at Poirl City and Wnlailae
(1 P. DBN1SON. V. C. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on aut6s; we repair
Von Ilamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
YOU CANUOT FIND A MORE DE.
LIGHTFUL PLACE ON THIS
St. Clair Bldgood, Manager.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
pacity. Galv. Tanks, S gallon to 600
gallon capacity, French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for brick setting.
Range clcsets and seats suitable for
use in. schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plumbing.Estimatti,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & Cp LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KING ST.
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
Alwavs on Hand. Youni
try. Eggs, Fresh Butter
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Mcrket. lei. 288
Y0UNC TIM, Manager.
( . U BY
CCFYniallT.1908.DY HARPER. 4 EROTMIU
".N'o, uol" Allufrn crlid. "Wo Lave
no strangers here. No white men ex
cept tho soldleri and this onu have
come In n year. This li btit n little
"It wan jcsterd.iy, but It Isu't to
day. Leo lias made u Hlrlkc, Ilko the
one Ocorge Carumck uij1o on the
Klondike. He en mo to tell me and
I'oleun, anil we nro going LacU with
him tonight, lull you must sny noth
ing or It will start n stampede."
"Other mcu will come a great many
of thcmV" Interrogated Allunn fearful
ly. Ignoring utterly the momentous
"Yes. rinmbcsu will he another
Dawson If Ibis find 1 what Lee thluks
It It. I stnjcd away from tho upiier
country because I knew crowds of men
would come from the State, mid I
feared thut he might be among them,
but It's uo use hiding any longer, i
There's uo other plaic for ns to goi If
l.c has got a mine I'll linro the one
next to It, for we will be the firm ones
on the ground. What liappvmi nfter
that won't matter much. You four will
be provided for. We nro to leave In un
hour, one at n time, to avoid com
ment." "Rut why did this man stop here)"
Insisted the woman. "Why did he uot
stay on the steamboat and go to Daw
soul" "He's a friend of Lee's. He Is goliig
with us." Then-he nuded, almost In a
whisper, "Before we return I shall
Allutla seized his arm. "I'roinlne to
cotno back, Jobnl I'roinNe that you
will coma back even If this should be
"1 promise. Dou't worry, little wo
man. I'm uot ready for n reckoning
yet." N ,
As he turned away she laid her hand
on hU arm and said:
"If you do not know him he will uot
know you. Is It not sol"
"Then the rest Is easy."
liut he only shook Lis head doubt
fully and ausuete.1. Tcrh.ip:; 1 uiu
uot sure," and went Inside, whero ho
titide up n lUht park of bucou. flour
und tea, it pall or two. n coffveiat and
a frying pjii, which he rolled Inside n
robe of rabbit skin and bound about
In turn with a light tarpaulin. It did
not weigh thirty pounds lu all. Select
ing n. new pnlr'of water boots, he
slutted dry grass lutldiL-Uiem, oiled up
his six shooter, then slipped out tho
back way and In fire minutes won, hid
den lu the thickets. Half nn hour
Inter, having completed u detour of
the town, be struck the trail to the In
terior, where he found I'olcon Doret,
equipped lu a klmll.ir mtniier, resting
beside a stream, singing tho songs of
When Ilurrcll returned to his quar
ters he tried u mitigate the feeling of
lonesoiucncjs that oppressed htm by
tackling hi ueglcted lorii'spoi.dence.
Somehow today tho sense of his Isola
tion had come over him stroller than
uvcr. His rank forbade any lutlmacy
with his miserable handful of meu,
who had already fallen Into the mo
notony of routine, while every friend
ly overture bo made toward the citi
zens of rianbeau was met with dis
trust mid coldness, his stripes of otilre
seeming to erect a barrier und Induce
nu oblrnclHin stronger and more com
plcto than If they bud b.-ou cmblcmi
of the penitentiary, liven Don't und
the trader seemed to share tho general
feeling; hence the thought of the long,
lonesome winter approaching reduced
the lieutenant to u Bt'nte of black de
spondency, deepened by Ilia kuon ledge
that ho now tud an open enemy In
camp lu the per.mn of Ituunlon. Then,
too, he had taken a morbid dislike to
the new mull. Stark. So th.it ull In nil
the youth felt ho had good reason to be
hi the dumps this afternoon. There
was nothing desirable lu this placi-
ceiythlng undesirable except Nee In.
Her jircsenco lu l-'lambeau went far
toward innMiig his humdrum existence
bearable, but of laic he had fouud
himself dwelling with growing serl-ou-fiicHs
on tho unhappy circumstances
of her birth hud had almost mado up
hi i mind that It would be wi-ic not to
l.ee her nny more. The tempting vision
of her lu the bull dress remained A t Id
ly lu liU Imagination, cunning him
hours of sweet torment, There was a
sparkle, n tluencxa, n gentleness, about
her that seemed to make the few wo
men ho hud known well dull and com
monplace, uiul even his sitter, whom
till now he hud held us the perfection
of all things feminine, uuffcied by
'comparison with this maiden of the.
He was steeped In this sweet, grave
melancholy when n knock enme at his
door, nnd he arose to Dud Necln her
self there, excited and radiant. She
came lu without sign of embarrass
ment or slightest couselousuess of the
possible Impropriety of her net.
"The most wonderful thing bus hap
pened," bhe began at once when bhe
found they were alone. "You'll fulnt
"Wh.it U It 5"
"Leu bus uiiule n strike n wonder
ful fctrlle richer than tho Klondike.
I c.iiue is fast ns I could, because to
morrow eerjbody will know about It,
"Too la to" for vvliat?"
"For ua to Ret In on It, of course.
Oh, but wou't there be n stampede!
Why, all the people bound for Daw
son on the next boat will pile off here.
Then tho news will go up river and
down river, ntid thousand of nthersi
will come pouring In from everywhere,
and thin will bo u city. Then we will
stake our town iota and sell them for
ever so much money und go around
with our noses In the ulr."
"Hold out Hold on'." said the sol
dier, stopping her breathless patter.
"Tell me nil about this."
"Well, 'No Creek enme In this morn
lug to tell dud u ud l'olcon. Then tho
boat nirlrrd with an old filend of
Lee's, n .Mr. Stark, so l.ee told him.
too, and now they've all c-oue bmk to
lilt creek to stake more claims. They
slipped away quietly to prevent sus
picion, but I. knew mere mis some-
. ,, f,n. thn -nv P,,!,.,,,, ,.i,..i
,, i ma(1,. A1Iulm ,cii . ..m nlmt .,
They luuen't more than two houn'
utnrt of us, nnd wo can overtake them
"We! Why, we nre not going!"
"Yes, we are," iibe Instated lma
ttently, "ou and I. That's why I
en mo. eo you uu get n mine for jour
keif and be a rich man. and so jou
can belli me get one. I know the way.
"No," said he In ns firm a tone as he
could command. "In the llrst ptaic.
these men dou't like uie, and they
dou't want me to share lu.thlj."
"What do jou caret"
"In tlie second place, I'm not a miner.
I don't know h6w to proceed."
"Never mind. I do. I've heard noth
ing but mining nil my life."
"In the third place. I don't think I
hac the right, for I'm a soldier. I'm
working for Uncle Bam, and I don't
bullee I ought to take up mining
claims. I'm not sure thorc Is uiij thlug
to prevent It, but neither am I suto It
would bo qulto the square thing. Arc
"Why, of course It'a all right." said
Xccla, her eager face clouding with
the look of u hurt child. "If Jou don't
do It somebody ele will "
Hut the lieutenant shook hit head.
"Maybe I'm feolMi, but I can't me my
way clear, much us I would like to."
i "Oh. dear; oli, dear!" jshe exclaimed
brokenly. "I do so want to go. t wuiit
jou to le rl:li. and I want to be rich
myself. I wunt to le n line lady and
go outside and live like other girls. !
Why, It mentis heaven lo a girl lllfe
111c!" Her ejes were wet with Ihe
sudden dushlng of her hopes, and her
chin quit vim! In 11 sweet, girlish way
t'liut made the youth almost surrender
on the lintant. ,
"We couldn't loislbly ovcrtako them
If we tried." he snld, us If willing to
treat with his cinsclciice. ""
"No, but we could Is-at them In. 1
know whero Lee Is working, for I
went up last winter with Constantino
nud lili dug team over 11 short cut by
way of Illack Ilisr creek. You See, his
creel: makes n great bend to the south
ward and heads bnck toward the riv
er, ho by crossing the divltle nt the
source of Illack Hoar yen drop Into It
n few miles nbove his cabin."
While she uindo this nppenl Ilurrcll
fought with himself. There were rea
sons why he longed to take this lilp
more than ho had longed for anything
since boyhood. These men of I'lau
beau had disregarded him and Instated
on treating him with contemptuous
distrust dccplte Ills repeated fileudly
overtures, wiierefore ho was huugr
lo bent them ut their own game, hun
gry to thrust himself liheiid of thehi
ml cnmtiel them to, red.011 with him
as an equal, preferring 11 state of open
enmity If necessary to this condition
of Indirrcrent toleration. Moreover, he
kuevv that .Necbi was i-ovetcd by half
of them, and If heipeiit n night lu Ihe
vvo.ls alone with her It would -"r
them up a bit, h. fancied. Hy heaven.
Hint would' Wako Ibeni sit up nud no -
tlio hlml Hut. tlieii. It might work 11
n -ti itfui, iii-f. klli( Jul iivuiu llf
He wits not so sure that It would, Mho
had conic to him, she was old enough
te know her iulnd. ahd she was but n
hair breed girl, after all, who doubtless
was not Ro simple as she seemed. Oth
er men h.id 110 such siruples In this or
any other laud, 11 ml yet the jotiug mini
liesltuti.il until, encouraged by 1is si
lence, the girl enme forward and spoko
"Don't be silly, Mr. Ilurrcll. Come!
Heano 1011:0 vlth me, .won't youl"
(To Be Continued)
-I iW.f,'";!!.1. ".-'1J ' 1'
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Childrsa.
Tho Khiii Yn Hiti Always Biutl
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
Senate Also Votes To
Senator Robinson of .Maul was so In
latinted with tho word "clerk" that In
tuntlnuiillj pounded nt It whenever he
had an o portimlty to speak In tho
Committee of tho Whole, which s.u
Thursday afternoon In tho Senate
In considering Ihc Items which relate
lo taxation divisions, Hoblnsou made a
tticiiuotis otlort to convince the mem
hers of the Hcuatu that tho salaries n
the clerks of the soeral taxation dltl
dons rhoiild be Itcmlicd, and that thoj
be paid out (if commissions for tax cct
lections. Uvldcutly ho had miiiic vain
ublo Ideas about tho method by which
the clerks, the drputle and Interpret
irx of seernl taction divisions rhould
b" paid, but he lulled In coney them
convincingly to tho incnibum.'
After n gn nt deal of discussion over
the It. nu, In which l-'nlrchllil. SniHti.
Moore, Coelho, linker nud KuudsLii en
(U'mored to clear tho mist, the Com
mltleo of tho Wholo decided lo yield lu
mnclidmcnts Ftibmltted by Uohliisou
All tho Items In the appropriation bill,
therefore, passed second muling, and
the clerk was Instructed to foot up tho
ntnoimt and report today.
'Ihu Item or S'.ViO for Industrial
training, which hud been stricken out,
was ictnscrted on motion of Coelho,
nnd paused unanimously. Those who
previously opioscd tho appropriation
for Industrial training, stated that they
were satisfied that tho Hem was neces
sary. In view of tho good exhibits.
which they had seen, when visiting tho
M'hool exhibits In the Armory hall.
(Julnii asked that J2500 be uppropil
tilod for the pnrpi'se of exterminating
r.dtchlld naked that (in.ofli) he up
)il dpi luted fur the landing and ware
house at Hiinnlei, Kauai. Carried
Woods moved that JliOD be appro
priated for tho maintenance of a horse
and buggy used by tho Health olllcer
:it Hllo. Carried.
Coelho asked that $70f (l bo npproprl
nfed for n building and maintenance of
an armory nt Lahalna, but fulled to get
n H'coii'l. Ho Bald that the military
company at Lahalna made the best mil
itary parade exhibition during thu en
campment period, and that Major Dun
nlng complimented the Ixij-b for their
efficiency. McCarthy supported Cool-
hit's contention but on account of lack
f funds, he moved to defer the cnnsld-
oration of the Item for two jeurs and
It was so ordered,
Tho matter of paying ,tho Deputy
Assessors and collectors Tor various
taxation divisions, occupied the atten
tion of the Committee of the Wholo
lloblusou wanted to Insert Items for
clerks In each taxation district, but
failed to satisfy tho minds of the Sci.
ators, who evidently could not iinilci
stnnd the points presented by the h in
ornblo member from Maul, Iloblnson
CDiitcudcd that tho deputy tax asset
sors. aside fiom thu deputy tax nsscB-t-nr
of Honolulu, vvhosn salury la spe
cifically provided by law, could i.ot
draw salaries, as the law today pro
vides tint they be paid by commissions
on tax collections. Ho theroroio moved
thsl tho salatlc for depuiv ta' nsscti-1
fo-B oe iienuziii. raircjiiiii sugevstcil
10 lol'ovv tho estimates as Biibmltted
by tho (lovernor, glvlm; tho tux asses
sor of Honolulu and outside dlsttlcls,
(Mtcrttlon to pay his deputlo-i. Th.)
nmendmeuts offered by Ilohlunu.i final
Colleae of Mechanical Arts.
Tho Item ror payroll and milntcn
, PCo 0! the College of Morhiuluul Arts.
!n;eu.itlng to $15,000. came up ror cm-
!,,.,..,,,. ,llt lt fo,Ica ,0 paKSi 0
rt-0on. Itioraltoii She Item passed on mn-
i(un or g n..
jC,olldiUon of Offle.1.
.noi1I(r mlltter ,lf m0,im,r wl.le-,
1 calP ,, f().. TO,,graticn by mfmibcrs
cf thu Senate was the coimotldiilon of
tlio olllces nt tho fiupeil.iloiuloiit of
rublle Works, Public l.unds and Sur
vey Iliiienu, On motion nf McCaithy,
which was unanimously udnptcd. (lu
Senate decided that tho throo offices lu
consolhlatcd under the Department of
I'libllc Works. Tho salary or thu Sup
irlnteiiilent or tho Department, on mo
tion nf Paliehlld, rhaliman of tho Ways
and Means Committee, passed at
tllG.CC u mouth, Ilu stated that ho
fixed that amount, on account of his
mnvliig been hypnotized by tho gener
osity or the Senate In making various
appropriations for gisid purposes. Tho
appropriation for payroll, engineers.
maintenance and clerk hire, etc.,
passed at S19.280.
Maintenance Public Dulldlng.
Coelho moved that J2300 ho appro
priated for tho maintenance or govern
nient buildings on Maul, Carried. Tor
Kiiual Iho Item ot $1000 passed ror tho
Siipeilntendcm of Public Works
Campbell, ut tho request of tho Com
inltteo of the Whole, explained to tho
members thut 11000 wns Inserted In
tho bill, In order to meet' emergency
nines, no sain mat unpt l,avvronc(
0110 of tho pilotB. who is havinir tw
months' le.ivo of nbsenco, lecelvea n
'Iho s.iliuy of tho kepor of Diamond
He-id wns raised to $7f.
Mooiij asked that a salary of 175 ha '
Advertisements Under this HeaJInoi
On. Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-;
vertisrments Inserted tor Les Than i
Ten Centt.. I
hverjboity lu make money by plant
ing cocoahuts. Inqillie for plants,
Uox 102 Dime, Kauai. 4130-tf
Clean wiping rugs at the Uulletlu rrf.
I-'Irst (lass stot.ngri i her nnd olllco
nun d"Hlres position excellent rcf
erericu Add rets ' il-10. ' Hullc
tin office. -I2t-3t
Passbook No. S192. Kinder kindly
return to Illnho'i & Co. HavInRs Do
I.adj'H silver watch, fob ottaeheJ,
photo In case. Owner can get pro-
Ierij- in iius oiuec uj' pij-mg tor
appropriated for a kceior of gunpow
der und mugailue. Curried.
Maintenance of Queen'c Hospital
Tho sum nt $2-1,(1110 ror mulntenunre,
etc.. of. the Queen's Hospital was te
conshle'red and passed ununfmotixlv.
Clilllhigvvorth staled that llio-iistltu-tlou
was doing valuable service and
teudeiliig opportuno services to I he
IncnpacHiiU-ib He said that u sick
Korean brought ft Dm Ke.ill.i und left
(in a wharf, was tuktii to ihe l)ii.'en's
Hospital, where he Is being cared Tor.
Other Items deferred fur fln.il iictlnn
came up fur I ('consideration and pasred
second n ailliiH.
Knlauiu Introdueed a ruiicurrent res
oliiilnii ri-qnestlng that tho salary nt
the lliivernor be JIU.OiiO a u ir CcK'lhn
siipKirled the measure and thu Hem
Shortly nfter S o'clock Iho Comnill
tee of tho Whole rose and reported
-- in li s
Commodities ore 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
nnd woiry 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. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
Fukuokavo Hotel, Liliha Street.
Jr-"For Sal." cards at Bulletin,
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
A line U HUMAN VIOLIN. 3trUdlVar-
lotis pattern, has been used many
jenrs. Tor p.irtlculais address U.
KAIIL, (Jermnn School and Church.
20,000 Coioanuts due to nrrlv'c on'
schooner Concord, from Panning
Island In n few days Miller Sal
vage Co. I'. O Uox .'27.
Heading Standard tnotoioclo; tvttj
cjllnder B-H f ; pradlenlly new:
In line ninnlng condition. Inquire
llulletln omcc. 42S3-H
Shooting g.iliery, No 19 Hotel St.,
near Niiunnu. Ktiqtitro of owner
or P. II. Ilurneitc, Merc)inKt St.
Newly furnished rooms close In; dec
trie light and running water In
each room. No. 73 So. Ileretnnla.
Neatly furnlshod, mosquito-proof
room, with boaid. Tel. 1333; Nns.
749-SO, Ilcrelanla St. 4272-lf
rnriilshed suite of rooms, with
board; hot and cpld water. It) 19
Ileretnnla Ave. 42S!i-lt
I'our furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing loom, 1050 Ilcr
elanla Ave. 42SC-tf
Two furnished rooms. 1071A Llko-
llke St., near Campbell I-une.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Hinma El.
Nice, nirr rooms nt 1563 Nuuunu
Ave. Hcasonable. 427D-2W
UUAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Wo have over 100 lots for sale In all
parts or tho city, Improved and
unimproved, bustuess sltos,
residence sites nnd fanning
sites, for prlcos ranging from
!G0 to (30,000; some ror cash
sales, 601110 for Installment
sales and rome ror exchange.
Wo have over 80 homes for sale, locat
ed In ovory residence rcctloa
of the city, and suburbs; all
comfortable, some elegant, on
various terms; foijio for spot
cash, somo on installment pay
ments, somo ror exchange, and
somo for pnrt cash and purt
-mortgago on easy terms.
Wo can arrange to build houson on the
Installment plan on lot pur
chased from us by responsible
We have a number ot good exchange,
Wo ront houses nnd may locate
Wo hato clghtror ton prospccilvo bur
crs on our lists at present;
perhaps you have Just tha
place that would suit one ot
them. Crime and seo us.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. LTD.
A. V. OEAIt, Mauager.
94 NUUANU ST.M
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