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'EVENING nULLETIN. HONOLTTLiJ, T. 1I TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 1909.
Japanese tnnla anil female help sup
plied promptly for nny work. 1128
Union St.; l'hono f.79. 4239-lm
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. ra.
4-C p. m. 224 Emma Square.
Thrro la n steady de
mand fur building lots In
tills neighborhood. If you
Intend to buy, snvo mon
ey by doing ho now.
Prlro has not been nil
vimred, and lots nro rea
dy for building.
Wo linvo for Balo a 2
tiedroom limisa In Col
lego 1 1 II Is, that has never
been occupied. Will sell
lit notiul cost. This is
worth looking Into.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
. NO. 024 BETHEL STREET
BENNY & CO., L'td:,
AGENTS FOR THE
126G Fort St.
Mr. und Mn
INO, and other
444 KINQ 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
OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
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.
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Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
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Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
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Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Frominc 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
wi'l RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
lr . -'a. UVr 'ikl"! ( I mrnrn
amu uiuiwi rwiiuo.
THAYER PIANO CP
W HOTBL. STREHT. i
LN I'auun WD.
Woven Wire Mattreiiet repaired at
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Vee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Bmllh St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
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Property. Law and Land
Furniture, Iron Beds,
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For Wnlanno, Wnlalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. m, J20 p. m.
For Tcarl City, Ewa Ml) and Way
Stations 17:30 4. ra 8;15 n, m.,
11:05 a. m.f 2:lf- p. m., J20 p. ra..
5:16 p; m., $9:30 p. m., tlltOO p. m,
For Wnblawa '9:15 a, m. and
5; 15 p. m.
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o:3i p. m.
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p ra., 5:3l p. m., 7!S0 p. m: - .
Arrive Honolulu from -Wahlawa-
8:30 a, m. and '6:31 p. m.
t. Ei." Sunday;
t Sunday Only.
The Halolwa Limited, a two-hour
train (only first-class tlckots hon.
orcd), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at Sr22 a. rp.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 1TJ;10 p. m. ,Tho limited
stops only at Pearl City and' Walanae)
O. P. DRNIEON. 8". C. SMITH.
Your machine will be ready lot
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
them. '. : -r
oh flafrim -, Ydtf nfg
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LIGHTFUL PLACE ON THIS
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Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's,
Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 (rail on ca
pacity. Galv, Tanks, S gallon to 000
gnllon capacity, Frenoh Ranges, s li
es 4 ft. to 10 ft., for briok setting.
Range closets and seats suitablo for
use iu schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and Plurabinp,Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
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TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Foul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
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C0PYP.K1MT.1908.BY HARPER4 BROTHERS
(8ynopsls of Previous Chapters.)
CHAPTER 1 John Oalo is a trader
lit Flambeau, a rough outpost of civil
ization In Alaska. His dnughter Necla
Is n beautiful young girl, generally be
lieved to be n half breed, daughter of
Oalo and the Indian squaw Allium,
with wlmhi ho llvts. Borne hidden bur'
den weighs continually on tho trader's
mind, and he views with npprehenslon.
tho arrival of n squad of soldiers nt
Flambeau. "That means tho lew," he
says uneasily to Navta, who has be
come acquainted wth and ndmlrcd by
Lieutenant liurrol, commander of tho
soldiers. H It becomes known that
Napoleon Doret, an honest, faithful
French Canadian employed by Oalo.
Is deeply In lovo with Ncola. One
Itunnlon, a dissolute- gambler and "bad
man," arrives nt Flambenu by steamer
and in a flRht with HurrC Is worsted
and forced to lcavo the town. On tho
departing steamers deck ho menacing -
ly says, "I will return to take a hand
In tho gamo." Ill Doret gives Necla
a handsome silk gown brought by him
from Dawson City for her. Arrayed
In this, sho meets Lieutenant Ilurrcll, I
who falls madly In lovo with her. anil
ho wonders If her blood Is really taint-
ed. Oalo reasserts that she Is tho II-
logltlmnto daughter of himself and tho
squaw. IV-Ilunnlon returns wlth
Ben Stnrk, a professional gambler and
man-klllor with plenty of money, Stnrk
builds a saloon and dance hall at
Flambeau. "No Creek" Leo discover
gold In a valloy sonio miles distant.
und Necla persuades Ilurrcll to tako
her there and locate a claim for her,
their trip requiring a day and n night
In tho forest.
' Tfllrt nlnPV ,11.1 (w.f Iflt.ipnaf tl... r.i.n.
dlan. His nil ml wn.i In too great ugl
tall?!! to care for dead tales. Ills
(eirt burned within hlni too flercely,
and'ho felt loo great a desire to put
uls hamM to work. As he watched
litirrcii ana I.unnlon bend over tho ol society cuuio nruunu me crrnin ami
table looking nt u Utile can of gold j lot f"H Hielr pack?, greeting tho oceu
dust that I-eo had taken from under ' Pnnts boisterously. ?
hta bunk lit-, otm i?reu red nml litoo.1
iliot beneath hU hat brim. Which ono
of th(two would It bcl ho wondered.
From tho corner of bis eye ho saw
Oale rlso from Leo's bed, where bo
iad stretched htniBolf to smoke, and
aka bis six shooter from hi belt,
(hen remove the knotted baudauua
from his neck and bcglu to clean the
guu, his head bowed over It earnestly,
bis faro In the shadow. Ho had ever
been a careful and methodical man,
reflected I'olcm, and evidently would
not go to sleep with bis firearm In bnd
"Nobody Imagined that Gaylord
would cause trouble," Shirk was say
ing, "for bo didn't seem to bo n Jeal
ous sort. Just stupid nnd kind of heavy
wltted. Hut ono night ho took advan
tage- of Dennott's ahscncu and sneaked
up to tho house." The story teller
paused, nnd Necla
who was under tho I
spell of his recital, urged him 011:
"Yes. ves. What hnum-ned then?
'p'o opl" ' Hut Stark stared gloomily nt
'his hands and held Ids silence for a
full minute, the talc appearing to have
awakened more than n fleeting Inter
est In blm.
-"It was one of (be worst killings
that ever happened In those parts,'' ho
continued. "Bennett enmo back to find
bis wife murdered and the kid gone."
"Oh!" said tho girl to a shocked
"Yes, there was a deuce of n time.
Tho town rose up In a lxly, nnd we
you Fen, I happened lo be there wo
'followed tho man for weeks. Wo
trailed him nnd tho kid clear over Into
tho Nevada desert, wliero wo lost
"Ho died ot thirst In tbo desert may
bo, ho and tho little one."
"Tbnt'a what wo thought nt tho time,
but J've crossed bis trail since then,
No. Qnylord Is alive today, and so Is
the girl. 8omo time we'll meet." Ills
voice gavo out, and he stared again at
"Couldii't tbo tittle girt be traced?"
,ald Nccta. "What wn her nnrao?"
Stark made to speak, but the word
i.m never uttered,- for there came a
Jenfenlng roar that caused Leo's can
(lo toleun ami flicker nnd the nlr In-
ildo the cnbln to strike the occupants.
Hkp n mqw. justnntiy lucre was con
fusion, "and each man spruug to Ida
feet, crying out nttrlgh'tediy, for thp
nolso had conjo with utter unexpected
ness. "My God, 1'vo killed him!'' crloj
Gale. And with ono Jump bo cleared
half thu room and was "bmldo Rturk,
while his rovolvar lay on tho floor
where he bad been sitting.
"Wbnt Is HV exclalraod IlurroU.
Hut there, was 110 need to ask, for
powder saiuko was beginning to nil
the room, and the trader's face gave
answer. It was whiter than that of
his daughter, who hud crouched fear
fully against tho wall, nnd ho shook
llko a man with ague, nut Stnrk stood
unhurt and" more coumuseilTfiau uny
i)t them. Allowing the first, hound
from bis chair, ho had relapsed Into
bls'customary quiet. There had1 mazed
1U JUie mame.!lln,rj: Jashof Jjuspljlpfl
Cd linger, bui it v.eU birul)ilihvuw, tut
no man could have bebctd the trader
and not felt contrition. HI? condition
was pitiable, and the Bight of n strong
man overcome Is not pleasant. When
It wns seen that no harm find been
done the others strove to mnko light
of the 'accident.
'"Oct together, nil of 790! It's notb
Ins to be excited over!" said Stark,
"How did It happen?" Itunnlon final
ly asked Gal;, who had sunk limply
upon the edge of the bunk, but when
the old man undertook to nnswer bli
word were unintelligible, nnd he
shook bli head helplessly.
Stark laid bis linger on the bole tlint
tho bullet had bored In the log clone to
where he was sitting ,and laughed.
"Never mind, old liinn; It missed me
by sir Inches. You know theju never
was a bullet that could kill ne. I'm
."t - hayVTefyour triumphantly
,, lo hc cutcnaB.
1 Dorpt ot . ,n .,. ..,,. ,..,, .,,,,
nnil.lnff. Hi.ai.-l nnnrt frnm lm ntimr.
he hod seen the affair from A distance,
as It were, nnd now stepped to the bed
to lay his band on GbIo'b shoulder.
"Draco up, John. Sucre bleu! Tour
a look lak nour. Come outside an'
,Be' "''' n,r"
,,oIoon lcd bl fr101"1 i9xta 'h" rn
'lor, nalf ." 'nl,J' without speoklns till
Oalc had regained a grip of hlnselt
and muttered Anally:
"I never did such n thing before,
Poleon: never In nil my life."
"Why"" Insisted tho Frcuchman.
"I I I What do you uiean"
"Don't He wit' me, John. I'm hap
pen to be watch you underneat' my
hat w'en you turn roun' for seo If any
"I thought you were asleep," said
N every community, he It .ever so
small, there nro undesirable citi
zens, nnd while tho little iuirty
was still nt breakfast op the fol
lowing luomlmr three stioh nienilierH
"Well, well!" said Lee, coming to tho
door. "You're truvelln' kind of early.
ain't you 7"
"Yes, early and late," one of them
laughed, while the other two sprawled.
about ns ir to rest.
"How fnr nro you goln'J" N
"Not far," the spokesman answered.
"We want a. piece of this creek."
"What nro you goln' to do with It?"
"Cut that out, Lee. We're on.''
"Who wised you up to this?"' In
quired tho miner nugrlly.
"Never liihul who put us Jerry.
We're here, nlu't weY"
Thu harm was done, and thero was
no use In concealment, ro Leo re
luctantly told them of his discovery
nud warned tlient of the stakes al
ready placed. .
"HI step along with the hoys nnd
Bllow ""t" wut r "I'l Btnk'!'
nrlv vomnieercii man;, mm uunuion
offered to do the same, adding that It
wero best to mako Miro of no eonlllrt
so early hi the game. The five disap
peared Into tbo woods, leaving thu
others nt tbo cnbln to mako prepara
tions for tho homeward trip.
"I don't llko the look of this," ob
served tbo lieutenant tboughtfnlly.
"I'm afraid there's some kind of a Job
"There's nothing they can do," Onle
answered. "Wo'vo got our ground
staked out, and it's up to them to
cliooso what's loft."
They were nearly ready to net out
for Flambeau when the flvo men re
turned. "Ileforo you go," snld Stark, "I think
we'd better orgunlzo enr mining (Ms-
"ily God, I've Wiled Win" crrd Oale.,
trlct. There nro enough present to do
"Wq ran mako tho kind of laws wo
Mint boforo tbo gang comes along,"
Itunulou chimed In, "and elect a re
rordcr who will gtvo us u.sqiiaro deal,"
"III agree If we give Leo the Job,"
l6Bla Qnlo. "It's coming to him as tho
discoverer, and I reckon the money
will bo haudy, seeing tho bard luck
j'j ulaved Iu."
iu . jik . &
7Ee"gfouii assembled lu the cleared
space before the cabin to make rules
nnd reguhtlons governing the district,
for It Is a custom In all mining sec
tions rcmotcd from authority for tho
property holders thus to make local
laws governing the size of claims, tho
amount of nsoessment work, the slr.e
of the recorder's fees, the character of.
thoso who may bold mlucs nnd such
other questions ns nrlse.
It was of wondrous Interest to Ne
cla to be Ah Integral parfof such Im
portant matters, and she took pride In
voting on every question, but llurrell,
who observed the proceedings from
neutral ground, could not shake off the
notion that all was not right. Thing
moved too smoothly. It looked as If
there had been n rehearsal. Lee, Po
leon nnd the trader, however, seemed
not to nntleo It.
The surprise came when they bad
completed the organization of the dis
trict nnd hod nearly finished adopting
lttiur.loti moved the adoption of a
rulo that no women lie allowed to lo
cate mining claims, and one of the
straugers seconded It.
"YVhat'H that?" said Lee, raising I1I1
one eye from the notebook In which
ns recretary bo was transcribing thp
"It Isn't light to let womcu In on a
man's came," snd Itunidon.
"That's my Idea," echoed the sec
onder. "I s'pose this Is aimed nt my girl,"
sntd Gale, springing to bis feet. "I
might have known you bums were up
to nouie crooked work,"
Poleon likewise rose nnd ranged him
self with the trader.
"Ilo gar, I don' stan' for datl" Bald
ho excitedly. "You want for Jump
Neela's clatiiH, eh?"
"As long ns I'm chairman we'll bave
no rough work," declared Stark, glar
ing at them. "If you want trouble,
you two, I rgekon you can bare It;
but, whether you do or not, tho ma
jority I going to rule, and we'll make
what lawn we want to."
He took no pains, now to mask bis
dislike for Gale, who began to move
toward htm In his dogged, resolute
way, Necl.i, observing them, hnsteucd
to her father's vide, for that which
she kciimmI In the bearing of both men
quite overcame her Indlgnntlou at this
Mow against herself.
"No, no; don't have nny trouble!"
she pleaded ns she clung to the trader.
'For my sake, daddy, sit down." Then
sue wiilsporcil llereeiy into ins ear:
"Can't you see he's trying to make
you light? There's too many of them.
Ilurrcll attempted to speak, but
Stark, who was presiding, turned upon
A. moment later ho saw the futility
of Interference when Stark continued,
addressing the trader:
"This Isn't aimed nt you In particu
lar, Gale, nr nt your girl, for a mo
tion to disqualify her Isn't necessary.
She Isn't old enough to hold mining
".Ihe's eighteen," declared tho trader.
"Not according to her story."
"Well, I can keep her claims for her
till she gets of nge."
"We've Just fixed It so you ean'ti"
grinned Itunnlon cunningly. "No man
ran hold more than one clnlm on n
creek. You voted for that yourself."
Too late Gale saw tho trick .by which
Stnrk had used him to rob his own
"No Creek" Lee bad the name of a
man slow In speech and action nnd
".Yo, tin; ion't ioiv mi; tnmUlel" i7iq
one who reused himself to nnger de
liberately, much as 11 serpent stings
Itself Into a ialuful'fury. but pow It
was :ii;fuvit (lint lirvtvis boiling over,
for he Hliiiiiuierid nnd halted nnd
"You're 11 hunch of rascals, fill f
nu, irylii' to ihm'ii a ore grl rind gut
tier ground. Hut who put you wIho to
Uil-i thing, hi the tlrst place? Whnf
found Ibis gold? Just beoapre there's;
enough if you lo vote that motion
'JirjJiidi Hot don't nhkv It legal, not;
oy 41 II- 11 Kigiu. 111111 11 won 1 iiumi
Ucvausp 1 won't write It lu the tx.okj
You you"- lie el.ired nt them ma
-torolently, searching hta mlud for an
pltliet BUfth Icntly vile und. fli.dlng It.
rnt It crt "drcnm.r;er "'
(To Be Continued)
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Everybody to mako money by slant
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20,000 Cocoa nuts Just arrived on
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Neatly furnished, mosqulto-proot
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Nice, airy rooms, at 15C3 Nuiiato'U
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We have ovor 100 'Iota for salt In alt
parts-of 'tho city, Iraprorod aMl
unimproved,' busluoty sites,
residence sites and' farrotii'i
sites, for prices ranging from
)50 to 30,0P0: some for cui
ales, Borae,vfor Installment
sales and some for exchpoe.
We have over 00 homes for aa, loct
ed In every residence aeeUoa
of the city, and suburbs; . all
comfortable, some alecaat, on
various terms: some for soot
cash, snpie'on installment jury
ments. aomo' for exchange, And
some for part cash and part
mortgage on easy terms.
We can arrange' to build hpnpes njiltse
IniUllrqenf plan- on lots pur
ehased from us by rcsponelbla
We hate, a number ofcood excJiarije
and may lca
We save eight, or ten proepectir Mr-
are on qur usi t,pneut;
perhans you tiar Just-
.place that would, suit oneOt
them. Come and eg us. '
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