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EVENING nULLETlN. ItONOUTLU. T. H., rntDAY, APRIL 23, 1909.
'KUfflO'S BILL IS
WAMTeD I fOK bAlX
EMPLOYMENT AOENCY 1
Japanese mnto nnd female help sup-
piled prmiiplly for nny work. 1128
Union St ; I'lmne T.79. 42,3D-ltn
Dr. Solwrmann. Hours 8-9 a.
4-G p. m. 224 Hmma Squnro.
For Walanao, Watiiliia, ICnhuku and
Way. Stations a . t r. u m,'3.20p m.
BaHS'r.RBal Properly. Law and Land
0:16 p. m, :3o p m., Hl:uo p. rn.
Kor Wnhlavvn !):!& h. in. and
S:1C p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Wnl.lua nnd Wulanne S.SiS
..5:31. p. m.
Arrlro In Honolulu from Ews Mill
And Tcnrl City 17:40 a. m., S:3iS
a. hi., 10:3S a. m., nilO p. m., 4:3l
P m., 5.31 p m., 7:30 p. ni.
Arrive Honolulu from Wnhlawu
8:30 a. m. and S-ai p. n.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Halotwa Limited, a two hour
train (only first '.-.apn tickets hnr-i
ored), leaves Honolii'.u every Sundaj
M 8:22 a m: rotu.-nlng. nrrlvca In'
Honolulu at lllMO p. m. The Limited
stops only at Peirl City and Walsnaw
tl P. 11KN1BON If a RMITlt.
Mr and Mrs.
I NO, and othv
444 KING ST.,
TSie Encore Saloon
Try a drink at tho new place and
have MIKE PATTOH serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured froiii pure distilled wa
ter. 'Jellvered to any part of city by
OillU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. OARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :; :: :: Honolulu.
frt. PniiUps & Co
Wholesale Importers and Jobber.
AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and Ct'lEN STS.
Bamboo Furniture Mudo to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA 81.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAB, MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
end. RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re.
pairs exeouted at shortest notictv
Sohr Heaters, 80 tp 100 gallon otv
pocity. Galv. Tanks, 5 jrallon to 500
cellon capacity, French Ranges, siz
es 4 ft. to 10 ft,, for briok setting.
Rnugc closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Md&l Work and PhunbincEstimatcs,
Jobbing promr.tlv executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINQ ST.
AND UT1IK1I PIANOS,
ThAYS.1 PIANO' CO
! 15 HOTEL STflKET.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
trie Factor) Honolulu wire lied
Cm., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
Yce Sing Kee-Plumbcr p.nd Tinsmith.
Smith fit., bet. Hotel ami I'aunhl.
188 MERCHANT STREET
-;,Furniturc, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
BENNY S CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS" FOR THE
12G8 Tort St.
Your machine will be ready (or
sou when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
LIGHTFUL PLACE ON THIS
St. Clair Bidgood, Manager.
E:rpirt wirinB nnd job work. Of
fice, ilarr.'son Block, Fort and Bcre
ttuiih. au m nana
the e:;emy to dirt.
At Vour Qrooer's,
ALAKXA A1TD MERCHANT
Brown & Lyon Co.
Always on Hnnd. Young Pigs. Poul
try. Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go.,
King Street Mfcrket. lei. 280
Y0UND TIM. Manager.
ninnk books of nil sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho Hulletlu
f v XL 1
CCPYniatlT.l900.CY HAP.rtRi BROTtttRS
-I anx't want ytu tu thlnl; that intu
itu: iiritur was my doing," he Bald
"I've got nothing ngalnst you. War
old nun hasi't wasted nny affection
mi me, nnd 1 mil get along without
him, -J I right, hut 1 chm't nnhoNrou
hie for i,lrls If I can help It-'
The girl believed tint he meant what
he tald. Ilh words ring true, nnd he
spoke Kciloucly. Mircovcr. Ktark was
known nlrciidy In the ca'.-ip as a man
who did not go out of I Is wny to make
friends cr to rmUir uu nrcouutlug of
liw den's, lo It was natural lint when
he made her n show of kindness Nccla
should ticat htm with less ecldnens
than might hiri luen evpcetid. The
mm lira exercised nn occult Influence !
upon her from tho time she frst rnvy
hlri nt Lee's labln, hut It was tn
vauue for definite feeling, nnd she Inil
been too Htrnngly awujcd hy Poleon
nrd her father hi their attitude toward
hm to ho conscious of It.
"I'm going to build n bU dance hill
at d saloon here," mild Stark, hhow log
her the stakes that he hid dihen.
"." i soon aij the rush to the crce'i 13
r I'll hire a gang of men to get out
i lot of luui logs. I'll llnhli It hi a .
r eck nnd he open for tho stampute." '
"Do you thlnl; this will he a hlg
town?" she asked.
"Xoliody tan tell, hut I'll taki n
chance. If It provci to be n false
alarm I'll move on."
"You've been In a great many ramps,
He said that he had; Jhnt for twenty I
jears lie nan ueen en me rronner aiiu
knew irom weM lexus io me circle, i )roacllcd aud Bp()l,e excitedly:
ru never known mi) thins except ..fiiptnlu, my JKket reads to Daw
this." She snipt the points of the ,jUt rn B,.nB 0ff bore. Won't
lompiiss with her arm. "And there Is yo ,m(. liy ou,t ,mt nshoreV llo
u iiiutn ui-jiuiu ui.it i .nun u uinnv
about. Oh, 1 fill so Ignornntt There Is
something now thut perhaps you could
tell me, you have traveled so much."
"Let's have It," said he, smiling nt
She hcsltnfcd. at a loss for words,
l'inlly blurting out v.l.nt was In her
"My father Is n squaw iiiau, Mr,
Htark, and I'vo been raised tu think
that such things me Lustomary."
"They arc In all new countries," he
"Hut how are they regarded when
civilization comes along?"
"Well, they aren't regarded, as a
rule. Squaw men nre pretty shiftless,
aud people don't pny much attention
to them. I guess If they weren't they
wouldn't he squaw men."
"My father Isn't shiftless," she chal
lenged, at which he remained silent,
lefuslug to go on record. "Isn't a
half breed Just ns gpod as a whlteV"
"I.ook here," said he. "What are
)ou drlrlng atV"
"I'm a 'blood,' " she declared reek
Icssl), "and I wiiut to know what peo
ple think of me. Iho men around here
have never made mo feel conscious of
"You're afraid of these new people
who are coming, eh? Well, don't w.jr-
ry about that, miss. It wouldn't male
nny dilTereuie to uio or to any of our
friends whether )ou were red, white,
black or jellovv."
"Hut It would moke a difference with
some people," Insisted the girl.
"Oh, 1 mUni It would with eastern
people. They look at things kind of
funny. Hut we're hot In the east."
"That's what 1 wanted to Know.
NIco people back there wouldn't tub
crate a girl like me for a moment,
Ho shrugged his shoulders. "I guess
you'd have a hard time breaking In
among the 'bontoniiers.' Hut wbnt'ti
tlie use of thinking ubout It? This Is
)our imintry, and these are jour peo
ple." A moibld desire was upon her to
track down this Intangible metal ills
tluUloii, hut she saw Ituunlou, whom
she could not beur, coming toward
them, tu thanked Stark hnrriedly and
went on her way,
"Heen (miking friend with that
rn.uaw, eh'" remarked llunnlnn ens
tnlly. "cn," replied Stark. "She's a nice
little girl, nnd I llko her. I told her I
didn't have any part In that miners'
"Huh! What's tho mutter with you?
It wuh nil )our doing."
"I know It was, but I dld'i't aim It
at her. I wanted that ground next to
Leo's, nnd I wanted to throw n Jolt
Into Old Man dale. I couldn't let the
girl stand In my way, but now that
It's over I'm willing to be friends with
'Mo too. By heaven, sho'n ns grace
ful ns a fawn. She's ivhlto too. No
rody would ever know sho was a
"She's a good girl." said Stark mus-
lugly In a gentle tono that Hunulon
had never heard before.
"Upttliiff kit.d of mushy, ain't )ou?
1 thought )cu had passed lint stage,
"No: I don't like her In that way."
I "I'll I ly you a little eight (o live that
' .. I. , .I...... .in lii.M .Inn .. .' nit. in.
"I never thought of that.' You may
"If II'h true I'll shuffle up a hnnd for
sroiiiwht.'o Koch had paired on cut
of the lowu nnd through the Ii.dlm
village nt the mouth of thociecl. until
high up on the slopes she nw Uluni
and the little cues. She cllmUd up to
them nnd H-nted herself where she
could look far out over the westward
ullcj, with the great stream flowing
half a mile heucath her. She stued
there ull the morning, and, although
the daj was bright and the buhcn
bending with their burden of blue, she
picked no berries, but fought resolute
ly through a dozen nrylng mooiN that
mirrored themselves In her delicate
face. It was her llrat soul utiuggle
but In time the buoyancy of jouth nnd
the nlmlghty tptlmNm of rally Ioe
preclhd And so rhe was In n nip-
pier frame of mil i! when the Utile
lompany made tlielr iii'scci.t nt iimi
daj. i As they appri ached the town t'-ey
heiird the familiar cry of "Strain-)H-oo-at!"
nLd hy tho time the Imd
reached home the little camp was m fsy
with the plaint of wolf dogs. There
were few men to Join In tin welcome
today, cery nhlebodled lulmhUiut
halng disappeared Into the hills, hut
tho animals ramc troo tug hi7lly t the
).ink nnd sat down on their liauui lies,
watching the approaching steamer. In
l their .oft ejes the badness of a canine
race of slaves.
t The deserted aspect of the town puz
7hd the captain of the steiumr, and
upon landing he made his way at once
i to John dale's ntore, where he learned
from the trader of the strike and of
1(, stntiirLau that had resulted lie-
foro ,,, pctn xiM u,ucii u um np-
...a, ,. (..,.,, i uv n .-roun or riiiow
passengers, wlio mauc a similar re
"This place l good enough for me,"
ouo of them sold.
"Me, too," nnother olunteerid. "This
strike h new, nnd we've hit her Just
Outside a dorm men had crowded
"No Creek" Lee ngnlnst tho wall of the
. store and were clamoring to hear
' nhout his find.
Htark wasted no time. VJtb money
In tils hands, lie secured n jlo7.cn men
who were willing to work for hire, for
there arc always those who prefer the
surety of ten mined dollars to the hope
of a hundred. He swooped down with
these helpers on his pile of tuerelian
dle that had
lain beneath tan;'""'
rls slace the diy he nnd
on the river hti
trunnion hiudeil, and by mldaftcrnoon
n great tent had been stretched over
a framework of peelrd poles built on
the lot w here he and Necla had stood
earlier In the diy. Before dnrk hh
caloon win running. To be sure, there
was no lloor, and Ids polMiid llxturcs
looked stiniigely new mid Incongru
ous, but the town at large had us
uumed n similar air of Incompleteness
nnd crude liiimnturlty, and little won
der, for It hnd grown threefold lu Imlf
a day. Stark swiftly unpacked hhi
gambling Implements, keen to scent
overy advantage, and out of the hand
ful of pile faced Jackals who fellow
nt the heels of a healthy herd ho hired
men to run them and to deal
Ily night riamhenu was a mining
camp. . ,
itu.vnc nmmtiL hms a i-atii i.i tut.
O CItHKIC" I.KIJ hnd cnino
Into his own nt hist and wHi
n hero, for tho store of Ids
lomr 111 luel: was common
gossip now, and men prnlhid him furi'"S twenty llvo thnusind dollars, Ehall
his courage. II.) had never b.eu praiV ''" ni'prooilated iinniiiilly. to he v
isl for nnvthlnir befire nnd was u. .I"jndi'.ii:id. r tin ectlou of tho (lov-
eertulti Just how to take It
"Snv. nn. Itieso nootito l.litilhi' mo?"
he Inquired confidentially of Poleon.
"W')? Wat joii mean?"
"Well, there's n feller makln' n
speech nhout uio down by tlm land
In'." "W'nt ho finy"
"It nln't nothtn' to fight over. He
sa)s I'm another Hau'l Ileum, lendln'
the march of empire westward. Cer
tnlnly sonnda good, but Is It on the
"Waal, I giiehs so," admitted Poleon.
Tho I rospo'tor swelhil with ludlgiis-
tlou. "Then why In h I didn't yon
fe" t"l' " I "- ngiV"
(To Be Continued)
A large shipment of new pianos Is
being unloaded by Mia Thnrcr Piano
Company, and will fill their salesroom
to overturning To make room for this
now stock, u big reduction has been
niailu on their pianos, nnd whlln thin
bale lasts groat bargains can be found
In pianos of standard masts Now Is
tho time to get in and purchase a J ino
for )our homo nt a lemarkably low
price and' of an oxeollent quillty. A
house that hauillfH pianos of tho slaud
lug of tho "Steluvvny" cannot afford to
carry a poor pi uio nmong their lower
priced pianos, and )OU em depend up
on tho quallt) of an) Instrument ) oil
bit) from tlto Thayer I'luno Company.
BEFORE THE HOUSE
Legislature To Pass Upon
rifty Fourth Day Afternoon fictclon.
The Rpeclnl toniniltteo on land laws,
ipliolutcd In the House In ronloimltv
wlth Homo llPMilutlon lf2. Kiilimlllffl
Its ili.Inx.il report i'Pterla afiiiimoii
The u-poil differs lather wl Icly fiom
scnllmeiilM expreseed in the House
pnitlrularlv In regard to tho adminis
tration of tliu laud liws. Tl lem
hors of tho Leglslatuiu hae l.i'isii'd
that tho Legislature Itself slm ltd he
glm bj Connress iwer to amend the
land Inwn of the Tcrrltorv, this iijiIii
Ion being tho contrary of tint ex
prearod hy (Jovenior Prear In Ibis
icrptct the commit tee, liuuowr, shloi
with the (loveiii)i The tejiort says.
"Although this legislature has al
readv, hy llo in1 llefolutlon No 2 gone
on locni 1 as In ing In ianr ol tvsiing
tno .oghiturt' Hip pimcr of nm"iid-
Ing and luneallng If nrcosrao- th
liud hiwu. 1. 1 lit jour committee feels,
after nrituie conshleintlon, that u is
object can mrwoll he ncconipllshid In
having tho Congress of the Uulti d
Stntes net upon this, ns noil as e.thfr
matters contained In the proposed ios
oliithiu, which uio of ltnl Impoitincu
to the public Interests."
The Kpoit Is atcoiu)auh-d hy u
lengtln roneiirrent resolution oulllil
lim ll.i- ilinligeH which It Is defiled
CiiPL'ifsH shall make In the OMlldc
Act to sntlf the present needs mil
renuiremi nts of (ho Territory and Its
PLiiple and nioro nearly conform 1 1 u
luting conditions ami aid the develop
mini along tiadlHonal Amerlrau lines
The hill which II Is desired Congress
slia'l pass Is Cupid's bill Inlroduerl ;i
him In Congnss, nnd dlfftis Jn soieuil
p;.rtlcul.ir from the Uotorimi s bill
Cuphl has hien promised that If th
I eglslatiiie udopts this lesolutloii Con
K.ess will pass the hill.
Among other changes recommend I
in an amenduii'Ut to make tin pav of
tho mi tubers of tlm l.eglshiti'ie tor
each regular session, In addition to
mileage-at ten cents a tnllo each vvav
no compensation to he paid foi anv
Another proposed amendment allows
111.. Tcrrlrori or nnl lwilllln.il or toil.
nlclpal subdivision Hieieof to Incur lu '
dibteilncss In one vear not to exceed)
one per lent of the total assessed
value of the piopert' Iheirof; the
tofil Indebtedness of the Terrltoiy or
any subdivision th. roof iliall not nt
an) time be In. wind seven per tt-uL
and three er cent, lospectlvul) of tho
assesse I value. No bonds shall ho Is
sued to run more than 30 jenrs.
Aside from tho proposed changes In
tho land laws and the nniendmeiits out
lined above. It Is proposed that the fill
liti'lnrr rilllnncii uliull ri.tiult.. llm fittnti.
K annual salaile.. lu h.. ald by tho
unl,(1 sul,,: The Covernoi. ten
thoiisauil dollars; the Sccietury of the
Terrltor) live thousand dollnra, the
Chief Justice of the Supremo Court of
tho Terrltoi); six thousand dollars;
the Assoehito .IutleoH of the Supnnie
Couit, live tin u mid (Ho bundled dol
lars each the Judges of the circuit
couits four thousand doll us rich: th
I'lilled Stntes dlstilei Judges. iK thou
sand dolhrs eneh. the I'nlted Statcn
Maisliul. four thousand ilollars, Ihn
I'nlted States Dlstilct Alorney, live
Ihous-ind dollar And tho Governor
shall leicive nnnuill). in iublllio:i to
his salan, the nun of one thousand
dollars for stationer), postage, and lu
cldeiitnlb, also his traveling expenses
while absent from the capital on olll
tlil b ilneti, and the sum of two thou,
sand dollars uunuall) for his pilvato
Sccllnn nine!) s.ven of the Oig-iulc
Ait Is to lie miamlcd Jiy lidding llioio
to the following.
"I'lovlilul, That foi the piovelitlotl
mil luppiisblou of iufeetloiiK and eon-
'taglous dlioases. mil tlu liuprojement
'of tinltmv conditions lu Hawaii, stub
i 'uu in shall bo necessary, nift excee .
oiiph" nn occasion ma) ruiiilrr
"Ste II That section one bundled
of said Act Is hereby umonded by add
illg llieieto Hie following:
"All lecords relating to niniiillza
Hon, all ilechirullons of Intention to
bvconio, illlzuis of tlm United atalos,
and nil icrtlflcutos of i.atnn.lUnlliri
filed teeorded, or Issued prloi to .June
twent) uluili. nineteen hundred cud
lx, lu or from any circuit mint of the
Tor.i-v or Hnwull shall for all pur
poses bo deemed to ho and to have
,.een made, Med, rccoidoil, or I. sued
h) n court with juiisdlctlon to n itiu.it
Izn aliens, hut shall not bo bv ihls Act
fuither vallilab'd or h-uillrei' "
t'onsideinti in of tin. n".olutlon wns
lint over liv tho House until this after
noon, to allow or Its being pilpted
THE INDIAN MEDICINE
can piodiioo roots and heibs for evei
iillilij.'iit, nnd euro diseases tint haffb
our most skilled plijslolnns, who have
Bpent )carh lu the study of drugs
Fiom the toots and hurhj of the lleh
originated l.j.lla 1! Plukhain'B Vog
tablu Compound, which for thlrt)
je.im has piovi'd more potom and t 111
cations In ciiilug fein lie Ills than ,in
I'oiiuunaiioii oi drugs known
Cabinet Officer Resigns-1 i mliin
April 7 A dispatch tu the Hall) Tel
egiaph fiom St Peteisburg s.i)b that
M. Isvvolsl,), the fori lull mlnlMi'i hr
tende'ieil hi . leslgnutlou ami lb aw.dt
lug the ctupcior'a declsloii.
novertitements Under this HeaJIng
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lest Than
(iood, iiliilu usili for famll) of two.
Huropenn oi white woman profit
red, uhm's 2'i tier month with
good loom nnd boird. Apply ' I.,
V. V." this oRie. l2S7-t
A fe customers nearby for pure
milk fiom a s.untl herd of healthy,
we'l-led tows Apply 1S37 Co!-'
lege St. 4 2D2-lf
Uri-i)hoil to make money hy plant
ing uMunut" Inquire for .tlanU.
llox to.' Llhue. Kauai. 4:0tf
Clean wiping rags at lie Ilullitln of-
Hi stot Lilian,
12 ears epeiieneei
and atlle Address
W i:." Ilulli'tln
A silver watch, between 124 Hero-
taiiln street and tho Catholic
Churih, Sunday nftcrucsin. bears
monogram M, I'. V ; hns fob at-
tnihcil, with same monogram He-1
wnrd If returned to llulletln of-
Pats llisik No 39U5 on the l'list
American Savings ft Tiust Co. of
Hawaii. Ltd Kliull) return same
to hank 4291-3t
It's a real protection for
the building. It lasts, and
mokes the building last, too.
Lcwers & CooKe,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
28 LOAVES FOR ?1.00.
1180 Fort St. Phone 107.
Boston Building . Fort Street
Received e Alamtda a New Shis
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
GEO, 6. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOUBniO CAR, ?U83.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA .
1ZS .dlt.rlal rotsnt CJ bu.
khi ojttoa. Thw nr tti tri.ahone
tsurnlMr tf the tfullMIn ttflc
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
v.rtl.emcnts Inserted for Less Than
A fine lli:ilMAN VIOLIN, Btradlvur-
lous pattern, hns been used many
)ears Tor p.irtlculura nddrls H.
KAHL, Gorman School and Cl.uioh.
20.000 CocoanutT Juit nrrUeil on
schooner Comoid, fiom I'aniilug
Island. Miller Salvage Co I" O.
llox 527. 4265-lt
Wmitlng gallery. No. 19 Hotil St.,
ne-ir Nuuonu Kuqiilr of owfcer
or I'. II llurnelti, .iiorciinni ik.
I New I) furnished rooms cloie In; leo
! Sk l'j llcht and running water In
encli room. No 7". So. Deretanltt
I Neatly furnished, uiosqulto-prnot
room, with tonrd. Tel. 1333; Nos.
749-60, Ilerctunln Bt. 4272-lf
suite of rooms, with
bisird; hot nnd cold water. 1019
lleretanla Ave. 42S5-U
riKiiim, with hoard.
4 2S9-tf Two Tilth dressing unuil. 10f0 llor
, I ctnnla Ave. 42SG-tf
Two furnished looms.
1071 A I.lkt-
llke St., near Campbell I.auo.
Two furnished iiionii. Apply
O MiConnell. 1223 r.nima Bt.
rurnlKhed cottage Inqulro Cottngo
Orovu. Phono 10S7. 4290-tf
niU.1. HSTATIJ HXCHANHK. LTD.
Wo havo over 100 lots for sale In all
partB of the city. Improved arvil
unimproved, business sites,
resbkiico sites aud farming
sites, for prices ranging from
S50 to J30.000: scmio for iah
rales, sumo for Installment
sales and some for exchange.
We havo over GO homes for salo. locat
ed In every residence lectio
of the city, and suburbs; all
comfortable, tome elejMOt, on
vni lous terms; sumo for spot
cash, some on installment pay
ments some for exchange, nnd
some for part ciibh and pait
mortgage on cisy tonus.
Wo can arrange to build houses on tho
Installment plan on lotB pur
chased from us by responsible
V have a number of good exchange
and may locati
We hue eight or ten prospective buy
ers on our lists nt present;
perhaps j ou havo Just tl-e
place that would suit one of
them. Come and see us.
USTATH P.XCHANOR. LTD.
A. V. onAR; Manajer.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
Tho Weekly Edition of the. Evening
Bulletin give, a complete 'summary of
the news of the day.
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