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EVENINO BULLETIN; HONOLULU, T.II., WEDNESDAY, APR. 21, 1903
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Dr. Sclmrmann. Hours 8-9 a.
4-G p. in. 224 Emma Square.
There la a nlcnily dc
mnml for building Hits In
IIiIh neighborhood. If mi
Intend to buy, snvo mon
ey hy 'doing no now.
l'rlro has not been ad
vanced, and lots aro rea
dy for building.
Wo have for snle n 2
bedroom houso In Col
lego Hills, that has novcr
lii'pn occupied. Will sell
nt nctu.il cost. Thin Is
worth looking Into,
Bishop Trust C(k Ltd.
NO. 924 BETHEL STEEET
BENNY & CO,, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
1260 Fort St.
Mr. and Mrs
INO, and other
444 KINO ST.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
m&nufactured from puro distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
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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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AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and CL'IX. 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Pioture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Imnroved nnd Modern SUGAR MA-
OHiNERY of every capacity and do
icriirfion mado to order. Boiler work
and HIVITED PIPES for irrigation
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fvi 166 HOTEL STREET.
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188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Properly. Law and Land
Furniture. Iron Beds,
ne Furniture Co.,
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For Wbtanao, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9:15 a. in., 'arSO p. m.
For Pearl Ctty, Ewa Mill and Way
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stops only nt Poirl City and Wnlsnae
O. P. DI3NISON. F. a BM1TH.
Your machine will be read? for
yoli when we say it will be. Wo
don't experiment on sutci; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDING.
YOU OANNQT FIND .A MORE DB-
LIQHTFUL PLACE ON-THIS
Qt. Clair Bidgood, Manager.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Solar Heaters. 30 to 100 eallon ca
pacity. Gait. Tanks, 5 gallon to 800
gallon capacity. Frcnoh Ranges, si
cs i It. to iu it., ior oncK seiung.
Range closets and seats suitable foe
nse in scbooli or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and PlumbingiEstimntes,
Jobbintr promptly executed.
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Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheeie.
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Y0UNO TIM, Manager. .
C0PYRICHT.t806.BY HRPEt& BROTHERS
(Synopsis of Previous Chapters.)
CHAI'THIl 1 John Oalo Is n trader
tt Flambeau, a rough outpost of civil
ization In Alaska,. 'His daughter Nccla
is a beautiful young girl, generally be
ll loved to be a half breed, daughter qf
Oalo ami the Indian squaw Alluna,
with whom ha lives. Some hidden bur
den welgliB continually on the. trader's
mind, and ho views with npp'robenslou
(ho arrival of a squad of soldiers nt
Flambeau. "That means tho lew," he
says uneasily to Nov In, who has be
come acquainted with and ml ml rod by
Lieutenant Barrel, commander ot the
soldiers. II It becomes known that
Napoleon Doret, an honest, faithful
French Canadian employed by dale.
Is deeply In love with Necla. Ono
Itunnlon, a dissolute gambler and "bad bio. You've got thu law with you."
man," arrives at Flambeau by steamer Then to Itunnlon mid the otberi he
and In a light with Burrell Is worsted said, "Well, I'm ready to hit the trail."
and forced to loavo tho town. On tho I When they had shouldered their
departing steamer's deck ho menacing- pncks nnd dnppcnrcd down tho val
ly says. "I will roturn to toko a hand Qe held-out his hand to tho sol
in tiin Lmn Tir tw.'..i.. k- -t. dler. ""Young man, I Tcckon you and
In tho game. Ill Dorqt'glves Nccla t , ttian6s
a handsome silk gown brought hy Mm ..TbanUyou,'t said Durrcll. taking tho
from Dawson City for ber. Arrayed ttvx ot ttmlahp, which ho knew was
In this, sho meets lieutenant ltirrcll, genuine at lust,
who falls madly In lovo with her, and i "I'm 'in on that,!', said "No Creek"
A rttt it Aa 1 It nv 1 ttstrt.l I. MA till IaIA I ! ..... I. S l-fcli
uu nuiiuuti.ii.iivi uiwu in ivuu; liutll--
Cd. Oalo reasserts that she Is tho II-
logttlmnto daughter of himself and the
flqunw. IV Itunnlon returns with
Den Stark, a professional gambler and
man-klllor with plenty of money. Slnrk
builds a saloon and dnnco hall at
Flambeau. "No Creek" Leo discovers
gold In n valley some miles distant,
and Nccla persuades Ilurrell to toko
ber there and locnto n claim for her,
their trip requiring a day and a night
In tho forest.
uu luiiwas-7uT""outli 'stark nnd
Itunnlon had gone up the (.reek with
I he three new meu, thought Ilurrell.
No doubt they had deliberately arrang
ed tbs whole tlilu; so that the new
nrrlvuhl could Immediately relocate
bach of Necla's cl.ilms tho pick of all
the ground outildc Leu'n discovery and
jtlie surest to be vnluablc and that I
Stark would share In the robbery.
Cnrefnlly slipping around the corner
of the cabin nnd keeping the houie be
tween him nnd the others, Ilurrell
broke Into a swift run, making tho ut
most posslblo speed fori fear they
should miss him and guess his pur
pose, or, worso )ct, finish their dhcus
elan nnd udjoum before ho could com
plete his task. He was n light man on
his feet, nnd he dodged through the
forest, running more carelessly tle
farther he went, visiting first tho up
per claims; then, making n wide de
tour of tho cabin, he onine back to tho
Initial stnka of Necln's lower claim,
staggering- from his exertions, liH
lungs bursting from tbo strain. He
had covered ncnrly a mile; but,, ever,
so, bo laughed grimly as ho walked
bank toward tbo cabin, ior it .wax a
gatno vvortG.pliiylntf. nnd ho was glad
'to tsko n band on the slqo of the,
trader and the girl. Coming within
'earshot, lie henrd the meeting voto to
adjourn. It could not have terminated
moro opportunely had ho bold a stop
watch on it
Itunnlon nddresscd tbo other con
"Well, boys, there are thrco good
claims open for relocation. I'm sorry
I can't stako one of them."
"Tbcy won't He oionlong." said one
ottlie.undcalrablo cltlrcns. starting to
'turn downstream, while bis two com
panlons made for tho opposlto direc
tion.' But Ilurrell stopped them.
'Too late, boys. Your little game
Iwcnt wrong. Now, now, don't get ex
cltedl Whew, I had qulto n runt"
Oalo paused In his tracks and looked
at tho young man qnccrly.
"What do you meant"
"I've Jumped thoso claims myself."
"You lumped them!" crtcd-Nccla.
"Sure! I changed ray mind about
"It's a lie!" cried -Ilunnton, at which
Ilurrell whirled on him.
, "I'vu been waiting for this, Itunnlon,
over sine you camo back. Now"
"I moan, you haven't had tltno," tbo
other temporized hurriedly,
"Oh. that sounda better. If you
don't bellovo me. tako n look for your
self. You'll find my notice Just bo
nwth Miss Oale'B." Tbon to "No
Creek" Loo he continued, "Kindly re
cord them for mo so thcro will bo no
question of priority."
"Ill be- d 1-Jf I do!" said tho
belligerent recorder. -f'You'ro worso'u
those crooks. That ground belongs to
Up to tbla time. Stark bad remained
silent, his Impassive faco betraying not
a shadow of chagrin, for he was n
good loser, but now ho spoko nt largo.
"Anvbodr who thinks the American
nrray is asleep Is craiy." Then to Dur
roll, "Yon certainly are a nice young
man to double cross your friends llko
"You're no friend of mine," Mcado
"I? What do you mcanr
"I double crosbcd.you, Stark; nobody
else. There's no use mouthing words
nhout.lt,", said he.. "Theso thugs nra
your tooU, uud you tried to steal that
ground becmua U'k surojoborlcn.".
K -1 ' 1 V II V V! 1
S f i
"SluTk exLlaTim,aiiKrliy,'TJufiiie oth
er gave htm uo time to break Id.
"Now, don't get rough, because that
Is my game, and, I'd be pleased enough
to take you back n prisoner." Then,
turning to I.cc, he. en Id: "Duti't niako
mo force yotuto record my locations.
I staked thoso claims for Miss Gate,
and I'll deed them to her when she
I'6Ieon Doret -called to Itunnlon:
"M'stou, you 'member w'at I tol" you
yrsttddny! I'm begin for t'lnk It's go
In' be you."
Seeing that the game hid gone
against him,. Stark got hit frcllngs under-control
quickly and shrugged his
shoulders as bo turned nwov;.
, "You're In the wrong, lieutenant," be
remarked, "but I don't want any trou-
l,oc. "lou rd nil. rigl". m
I'oleon had been watching Stark's
'pnrty disappear, but now ho turned
aud addressed tho young soldier.
You mak' somo enemies today.
"That's right," agreed Lee. "Hen
Stark will never let up on you now."
Very well. That Is his privilege."
You don't savvy what It means to
get him down on you," Insisted Leo.
"He II frame things up to salt hlmsolf,
then pick a row with you, llo'n the
quickest man on a trigger hi the west,
but ho won't ncyr nuiko.no uivii play,
only lust devil the life out of ou with
little things tUl you flare up; then hu'll
dqvvu you. That'll hmv be killed the
guld commissioner back In Ilrltlsji Co
lombia," , , .
Necla hnd said lit t lo so far, but thu
look in her eyes repaid the soldier for
lil-s undertaking in her behilf and for
!ny rulschlcf that tnlgbt cntne from It.
She 'catna forward nnd laid her hands
"Don't worry, dnughter," reassured
Gale. "There's nothing Stark can do,
and whntovcr happens wo'rd'wlth tho
lieutenant. He's our kind of people"
Qalc hlltl the qate from the long Midc.
Ilurrell Ukcd thN grizzled old fellow
iwlth tho watchful eyes nnd wns glad
now that ho could grip his hand and
,faco him squarely with uo gulH upon
Dy this tlmo Doret had flniihcd with
their blankets, nnd tbo four set out
for town, but Instead of following tho
others they accepted Necln ns guide
and choso tho trail to Black Hear
The party reached Flambeau on-tho
following day, bufllclcntly ahead of
Stark and his men for Leo to ultimo
known bis llr.d to his friends, mid by
sunset , tho ptaco was depopulated.
whllo a lino of men could bo seen
creeping Slowly up tho valleys.
Oule found Allium In chargo of tho
store, but no opportunity of, talking
alono vvllh her occurred until Into In
the evening, after Net In had put tho
two llttlo ones to bed and had followed
them wearily. OTicn ho told his squaw.
Sho took the ncwH better than, ho ox
pectrd and showed uo emotion such ns
other .women would liava displayed,
oven when he told her of tho gunshot.
Instoad she Inquired; '
"Why did you try It there before nil
"Well, when I henrd him talklpg tho
wish to kill him was moro than I
could stand, uml It cnniu on mo nil at
once, so that I was mad, I suppose."
"Docs this man suspect!
"Then It Is child's play. Wo will lay
"No, by beaveni" Oalo Interrupted her
hotly. "I trlcdtbat kind of work, anil
It won't do, I'm no murderer."
"Thoso arc only words," said tho
wonian quietly. "To LIU your enemy
Is thq law.'
Whan ho mado no nuswer the squaw
slipped out Into tho shadows, leaving
him stnrlng Into the Haines, to return
a. moment later tearing somotmng in
her bauds. Which she placed In Ids. It
was a knife In a scabbard old and
'There Is no magic that can turn
bright steel," she said, then squatted
again in the dimness outside ot tbo
firelight. Gale slid tho case from tho
long blndc mid held It In his palm, let
ting tho firelight flicker on It. He bal
anced It and tested tho feci of Its ban
dto against his pnlm, then tried the
edge of It with Hi thumb nnll and
found It honed like a razor.
The glancing, glinting light flashing
from the deadly thing seemed JO fas
clnalo the man, for he held It a long
while silently. The ho spoke-
,'Tor fifteen yearn I've been n haunt
ed man, with a soul like n dark and
dismal garret peopled with bats and
varmints that flap and flutter all the
time. I uml to Agger that If I killed
tills man I'd kill that memory, too,
and those flitting, .noiseless thing
Would .leave me, but the thought of
doing t made me afraid every time,
so I ran away, which never did no
good you enn't outfoot a memory
and I knew not nil the whlto that wo'd
meet sooner or later. Now tbattbo
day Is hero nt Inst I'm not ready for it.
I'd like to run nwny again If there
was auy plnce to run to. but I've fol
lowed frontiers till I've seen them dis
appear one by one. I've retreated till
my luck Is ngalust the circle, and
there Isn't any further land to go to.
All tho time I've prayed and planned
for thli meeting, nnd yet I'm unde
"Kill hltn!" said Alluna.
"Nol, I don't think I enn do It-not In
cold blood, nnyhow. Oood night! I'm
going to sleep on It." He crossed to
tho door of his room, but as he went
she nctcd that he slipped tbo knife and
scabtxird Inside tho bosom of bis shirt.
Altl.Y the next morning Corpo
ral Thomas camo Into the
storc-and found Necln tending
It whllo Gale. was;. iit 'Ever.
since the day she had questioned Win.
about Ilurrell this olditnnu.bad.iAkcA.
every occasion to talk with the girl,
and when ho nuked her tills morning
about tbu reports concerning Lee's
strike sho told him of her trip and nil
that luid occurred.
You see, I'm a mlno ovvuer now,"
sho concluded. "If It hadn't been n
secret I would hare told you before I
went, so you could havo been ono of
"I'm goln' nnyhow," ho said, "If tho
leutenant will let me nnd It It's not too
Then she told him of tho tr.ttl by
Black Bear creek which would snvo
him suvernl houri.
"Ho that's how you and ho made It?"
he observed, gazing at her shrewdly.
"I supposed you went with your fa
ther!" "Oh, not Wo beat him In," sho said
ini. fell to musing nt the memory of
Ihoso hours passed alono with Meade,
whllo her eves shone and ber checks
iluweiL Tho corjiornl saw tho look, nnd
It boro out a theory he lud formed dur
ing thu past mouth, so ns he lingered
he set about a task that had lain In his
mind for some time. As u rule, ho was
not n careful rann In his stieecb, aiul
the delicacy uf this maneuver taxed his
Ingenuity to the utmost, for he loved
tho girl nnd feared to say too much.
"Tho lieutenant Is a smnrt young
fellow," ho U'gun, "nnd It was slick
work Juinpln' all thoso clulmsj It's
Just like htm to befriend a girl like
you. I've Keen him do It before"
"What!" exclaimed Netla. "Befriend
"Or things Just llko It. He's ulwnys
doln' favor that get him Into trou
ble." "This couldn't cause him t rouble,
could It, outsldo of Stark's aud Ilun
"No, I re. koir noti" iiswntcd the tor-.ci-il.
Fivplng blindly for senio wny of
cxprcMj lug what he vrlsluil to tny.
"Kxicnt. of course. It might cause u
''let (t talk nt headquartirs when It's
huoV.i w'.in t hes done for jou and
hnvv ho done it.' 1 heard souietbtn'
nbi ut It down -the street tblr niomk
In", i.i I'nl nfrnld it will get to St.
M.'clncl'K nnd then to lih folks."
"I dui't understand," said Necla
"IIn him't dono anything that any
mail wouldn't do under tho snmo clr-
.cumstanccj." - , i
"No Iran's got n right to mako folia
tall; about n nlco girl," said the cor
poral, "and tho feller that told me
about It said he- reckoned you two
was lu love." Ho hurried along now
without ufferlng her n chnnco to upenk
"Of ccurie that had to be caught tip
quick; ou ic too Hue a girl for that,"
"Ton line!" laughed Necl.t.
"I mean you're too fine and good to
let him n't ou In wrong. Just ns he's
too Hue n fellow and got too much
ahead of him to mnl.v what lib peo
ple would c-ill u ineisy-nlll'mcv,"
"Would hl.c people nbjoi t to- to rucb
a thing!" questioned the girl. They
were alono hi tlm ctore, nnd so thej
could tails freely. "I'm Just suppos
Ingi ytm know."
"O Ijrrd! Would tbey object!" Cor
poral Thnmns laughed In n highly hrtl
flchil manner that mndeNrt)n bridle
and draw herself up Indignantly.
"Go ahead and tcH me; I won't be
offended," Insisted tho girl. "You
must. I don't lmqwrnuqli nlieut such
things, for I'vo lived nil my life with
men llko fnthcr nnd I'oleon nnd the
priests nt tho mlsulr-iu who treat m
Just, llko one -of themselves. But
somebody will vnnt to marry mo some
day, I suppose, so I ought to know
what Is wrong with me." She Hushed
up .darkly uajjjr her brown hecka.
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. REAL EBTATH
We bavt oror 100 lots for salt In all
parts ot tbo city. Improved vt
unimproved, business sltas,
residence sites and farming
altos, for prices ranging frore
JS0 to $30,000; some for cut
sales, some , tor Installment
salos aud some for exchange.
HOMES. ' r
We have over CO homes for sale, Inflat
ed In every residence sectloa,
of the etty, and suburbs; all
comfortable, some elegant; on
various torms; isomo for 'Bitot
cash, somo on installment pay
ments, Rome for exchange; and
home for part cash and part
mortgage on easy terms.
HOUSES. ' W,l
We can arrange to build houses on tho
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by rospouslble
We have a number ot good exchange
and may ltcate
We havo eight or ten prospective buy
ers -on our Mists at presuut;
perhaps you have Just tkTa
place that would suit one of
them. Come and see us.
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