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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, APRIL 2C, 1909.
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C0rYRWHT.t908.BY HARKR& BROTHERS
T.eo was"TicTW'd back to his stand
and called for order, hut I he croud
poked fuu at him and began moving
about restlessly till eonio otic shunted
a motlou to adjourn nnd there arose n
chorus of seconders.
As Polcon nnd Galo walked' home the
Frenchman said, "D.it was nervy t'lng
ThO'troder'mnde no answer, nnd the
oilier continued, "Stork It coin' for
kill 'Im sure."
"It's n cinch," n greed Oalc, "uulcss
somebody gets Stark first."
When tboy were come to his door the
trader paused nnd, looking back over
tbo glowing tents and up at the star
sprinkled heavens, remarked, as If con
cluding spmo train of thpught, "If thai
boy has got the nerve to take n nigger
thief out of a miners' meeting atid hold
dim against this whole town he
wouldn't hesitate much at taking n
white man, would hel"
"Waal," hesitated the other, "ruebbe
dat would depen' on dc crime."
"Suppose It was murder?''
"Hal Wo aln got no men Ink dot
T'jey said good night, and the old
enu entered hjs houso to find Alluua
altlng for htm.
tlurrall took his prisoner to tlm bar
racks, where ho placed him under
guard, giving Instructions to bold him
at nny cost, not knowing whnt wild
nnd'rccklcss humor the new rltbtciis of
ri.-imlie.tu might develop dnrlng the
lilght, for It U men who litivc nlwnys
Jivtnl wltu the hnlter of the Inv tight
lupiiu thelf ni'cks who run wildest
v.hou It Is removal.
After he had taken every preenutlou
lie went out Into the night ngaln nnd
fought w Ills himself as he had fought
all that day und nil the night before
In fnct, ever since old Thomas had
come to him nflcr lenvlng Nerii nnd
had so rimnhigly shaped his talk Unit
TSurrell never ru-qieetcil his object un
til he perceived Ml pixiilon In such n
elenr light that the jeung mnn looked
trcck UK)ii his work with stnrtled e,
Tlie corponl lyid iikt-ii gnrruloiuly
f his otllcer's fiimlly, of their pride
pud of their love for his profession;
had dwelt enthusiastically upon the
llcntennut'H futuro and thu length he
was sure to go nnd finally drifted Into
the same otory ho had told Noela. Ilur
roll at last sensed the inclining of tlm
crafty old soldier's strategy and-dismissed
him, but not before his work
bad been accomplished.
When Ilurrell drove bis reason with
firm bands ho saw but one courso to
follow, but when his mind went slack
for a moment tho old deslro to hayo
her returned moro strongly than over,
nnd ho heard voices arguing, pleading,
persuading. She was tho equal of nuy
woman In the world, they said, In
mind; In purity and In Innocence. He
hated himself for hesitating, ho railed
nt'bls own Indecision, and then when
be hadijustlflcd his lore and 'persuaded
himself that he wis -right In seeking
-this union there would rise again the
picture of-hls people, their chagrin and
what would result from such a mar
rlogo. He had wandered far during this de
bate, clear past the town and out
"Ltl'i have a look at tou," he juiutcd.
through tbo Indian village, but now
that ho believed ho had conio to nn
understanding with himself ho turned
back toward bis quarters. He knew
It would be hard to giro her up, but
bo had Irrevocably decided, and his
path began to unfold Itself so clear
and straight that) ho marveled how ho
could have: failed to see It. Ho was
glad lie had conquered, although tho
pain wns'Stlll sharp. He felt a better
man for It.nind, wrapped In this com
placent optimism, he passed close by
tho front of tho trader's store, wbcro
Necla bad crept to bo alone with her
Ilurrell had almost passed her when
ho was startled by the sound of his
name breathed softly; then, to bis
nmnzement, he saw her come forth
lllco n.splrlt'into tho ether sliocn.
"Nocln," he cried, "what nrp-you do
ing hero ntithls hourV" Slio looked up
a t him Kfld Iv Ho "in1 tint lier ri ccks
f.-cre wet; nna something Inside him
I snapped and broke. Without, u word
lie toou tier in ins nrms, meeting ncr
lips In n long kiss, while Bbe, trern.
bllng with the Joy of bis strong cm
brace, drew closer and closer and rest
ed her body wearily agttnst his.-
"Little girl, little glrlt" lio wlilspertd
over and over, hi, tone conveying every
shade of sympathy, lovo .and' under
standing she had craved. , He knew
what had made her sad, and she knew
that he knew. There was na-ticed for
words. The anguish of this long dny
bad whetted the tdgc of their desire,
nnd they were too deeply, too uttirly
lost In the ecstasy of meeting to cars
"Tour lips cling so that I can't get
free," sighed tho girl at last.
"You never shall." ho whispered.
Dut when sbo smiled up nt-hlm pile-
busty, her eyes swimming,-ntxl said, "I
must," he wrenched himself 'away and
let her go.
WUClli: THE l'ATIl l.nD.
ND now began n new era for
Plambeau an era of Industry
such as the frontier town had
novcr known. The woods be
hind rang with tho resounding dis
cords of axes and sawn and crnshtng
limber, nnd new cabins nppeared on
every hand, rising In a day.
A dozen tents worn pitched on I.ce s
discovery claim, for the owner had
been besieged by men who clnmonil
to lease a part of his ground, and,
yielding finally, he had nllotted to each
of them a hundred fret. Forthwith
they set about opening their portions,
for tho ground was shallow nnd the
gold so near tho surface that winter
would Interfere with Its extraction,
wherefore they made haste. The own
er oversaw them all, complacent In the
Certainty of a steady royalty accruing
from tho working of his allotments.
Ilurrell sought Necla at an early day
and. In presence of her father, told
On of her loner mme to thnu her nnd
1'nlcui a uvj nr-dtuf.
her that ho had been nppronehed by
men who wished to lease tho ilalmi
be held for her. It would prove an In
expensive way to develop her holdings,
he said, and she would run no risks.
Moreover, It would bo rapjd nnd Insure
n quick return, for a leu so so near to
proved, territory wnsdn great demaud.
After some discussion this was nrr
ranged, and Meade as trustee allotted
her ground In tracts, as Ixo hud done.
Polcon followed suit, but the trader
chose to prospect bis own claims and
to that end called In a train of stiff
backed Iudlan packers, mouil n sub
stantial outllt to tho creek and there
after spent much of his time In the
hills, leaving tho store to Doret. Ho
seemed anxious to get away from tho
camp and bide hlpiscJf In tbo woods.
Btark was almost constantly occupied
at liU snIoon( for It was a mint and
ran day und night, ltunnlon wuu busy
with the erection of a substantial
Btructuro of squared logs, larger "ion
tho trading post, dvstlticd ps a dauco
hall, theater and gambling house.
Ilurrell entered Into a season of pen
anco nnd flagellation of spirit, light
ened only by the moments when he
wns with Necla. mid when Bhe made
htm forget all else. This damnable In
decision goaded him to self contempt.
He despised himself for his wonkuess.
Tils social Instincts nnd training, bis
senso.ot duty und the amenities of llfo
that proud men hold dear togged
steadily, untiringly at his reason,
while tho little Imp of Impulse Bat
grinning wickedly, ready to pap out
nnd upset all his high resolutions.
It was on a heavenly day, spited
with the faintest hint of autumn, that
Necla received tbo news of her good
fortune. One of her leasers came into
tho post to show her-and Polcon a bag
of dust. Ho nnd his partner had
found the pay streak finally, and bq
hd como to notify her that It gave
promise of being very rich, and now
that Its location was demonstrated no
doubt tho other "laymen" would kayo
It within n fortnight. As all of them
were ready to begin sluicing as soon
as tho ground could bo stripped, un
doiibtedlv ther would be alilo to take
ifiefc f8mt I U
our ft sunsfafiltal "SraTcTTiefofb " winter
settled and tbo first frost closed them
She took the news quietly, bnt with
shining eyes, though her plcasuro was
no greater or more genuine than Po
Icon's, wbo grasped both her bands In
Ids and shouted gleefully:
"Ulenl I'm gladl You'll bo rlcbe
gal for sure now nn' wear plalntce lino
dress lak 1 fetch you. Jus' t'Ink, .you
fin' gor on your place more, queccker
dan your fader, nn' he's good mine
too. Hal Dot's bully!"
"Ob, well, they will find It on your
claims very soon," she replied.
He shook tu,s head. "You better
knock wood w'en you say dat Mcbbo
I drnw de blank again Nobody can't
tell. I've do dc earn' t'lng before, an'
doso men w'nt been worklu' my groan'
dey're gettln' purty blue "
"When you do bcomo a Flambeau
king," she continued, "what will you
do with yourself? Bursly you won't
tontlnnc that search for your far coun
ty. It could never be so beautiful aa
fills." She pointed to the river that
never chnugitl nnd jet wns necr tho
lame nnd to the forests, slightly tinged
n'llh the signs of tbo coming season.
"Il'n very lino," agreed the Canadian.
"1 don' seo vt'jr nujlunly would cnrip
for llln mi dem titles w'en dere's so
much nice place outside."
"Yes," said Nccl.i, "I've no doubt ouo
would get (lied of It soon nnd long for
something to do and something really
worth while, but I should like to try
It once, and I shall as soou as I'm rich
enough. Won'tyoti come nlong?"
"I don' know," he said thoughtfully.
"Mebbe so I stuy here, mebbe so I tak'
my canoe an' go nway. For long tarn'
I t'Ink dls Flamlieau eho's dc promts'
Ian' I hear callln' to me, but I don'
know'yet for w'lle.'
"Whnt kind of placo Is that land of
yours. Polcon 1"
"Hnl I neuT see '1m, but she's been
crjln' to me cer since l'u little lioy.
It'H n phci w'cre I don' get too hot on
do NUinmer nn' too col' on dc winter;
It's place w'cro birds sing nn' Mowers
blossom nn' do sun shine an' w'cro I
can sleep wldotit d ream In' 'bout It all
de tn m'."
"Wh', It's the land of content. You'll
never discover It by truve!. I'll tell
you a secret, Polcon. I'e found It
yes, I lime. It lies here." She laid her
hand on her breast. "Father It.iruum
toll) me the story of jonr people nnd
how It Ihes In your blood that huu
ger to llud the fur places. It's what
drove the voyngeur nnd coureur du
bols from Quebec to Vuncouver and
from the Mississippi to Hudson bay.
Tho wnuderlUHt was their heritage,
and they pushed on nnd on without
rest, Hue the snlmou In tho sprlug, but
they were different In this that they
never enmo back to die."
There wns a look of great tenderness
In his eyes ns he bent toward her and
searched her face, but sho was not
thinking of him, nnd at leugtb he con
tinued: "Fader Itanium bo's goln' bo bere
nox' Bondny for cheer up dem Injun.
Constantino she's got de letter."
"Do you know," said Necln wistfully,
"I've always wanted him to marry
"You t'lnklu' 'bout marry on somo
feller, eh 5" said tho other, with nnodd
grin. "Waal, w'y not? He'll bo hero nil
day an' night. S'lwso you do It. Mos'
anybody w'nt aln' got somo wlfo al
ready will be glad for marry on yqu,
an' mobtio some feller w'at has got
wife tool If you don' lak dem an' If
jou're goln' marry on somebody you
can lie wlfo to me."
Nrtla laughed lightly. "I believe
you would marry me It I wanted you
to. louc done even tiling else I've
over nulii d. Hut you needn't bo afraid.
I won't take you up." In all her life
this man hud never sjiukeii of love to
her, nnd she bad no hint of the dream
Whllo they were talking n boat
bad drawn dishorn and made fast.
(o the bank In front of them. An,
lr.dl.iu lauded and, approaching, enter
(si Into talk with the Frenchman.
I!y. nnd by Polcon turned tn the girl
"Dere's hundred marten skin come
In. You mtii' do store w'llo I m'ak'
trrde wit" dls man."
Tngrlhor the two went down to the
lsint, le.ulug Necla behind, and not
long after ltunnlon sauntered up to the
Muto und addressed her famlllirly.
"Hello, Nei la! I Just heard about
the Strike ou your claim. That's fine
Ucd diiiid) ."
Sho iii'know lodged his congratula
tions 'cnrtl.v, for, although It was cus
tomary for most of the old timers to
I nil her by her ChrlHthn name, sho re
sented It f i om this mnn. filie choso to
let It pass, howou-r.
"I bad somo good news last night
myself," he continued. "One of my
men has hit somo good dirt, nnd we'll
know- what It menus In n day or bo.
I'll gniiiblo wn're Intu tlm Wvucy Wg,
tbongh, for I iilwiiyH'wns it luvky cuss. i
Say, wheres jour father r"
"He's out nt the mine."
"Wc'e used up all of-our bar sugar
ut tho taloon. and I want to buy what
you't o got "
"Vury well; I'll get It for you."
Hit followed her Inside, watching her
graceful moxements aud attempting,
'with hl.s freo mid easy Insolence, to
'maku friendly advances; but, seeing
,tlint sho refused to notleo him, ho bo
came plqiusl npd grew bolder,
"Look here, Necla; you're a mighty
'prety girl. I'e bad my eyo on you
ever elnco I landed, and tho mora I seo
of you the better I like you."
"It Isn't necessary td tell mo that,"
isho replied. "Tbo price of biigar will
bPiist the.sutiiej ,
(To Bo Continued)
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A few customers nenrhy for pure
milk from n small herd of health)',
well-fed enws. Apply 18S7 Col
lcgo St. 4202-lf
Uverjbody to make money by plant
ing .oconnuts. Inquire for plants,
liox 102 Llbue, Kauai. 4190-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
lly stockman. 12 j ears' experlcnco
with sheep nnd cattle. Address
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X slhcr watch, between 124 Here
tnnta street nnd the Catholic
Church, 8unday nfternoon; boara
monogram M, P. W ; has fob nt
tacbed, with same monogram. He
ward if returned to llullctln of
A crown of glory is a beautiful
hoad of hair. An Australian lady
now in London
dnto Jan. 28,
hsa don. tny hslr
a worll of good.
Thctka to It, my hau
ls now thick, glossy,
and soft, and when
ilaitl is CG lockn
ought to be tued by
every woman who
takes prIJo in her
You also may have
euch a crown of
glory if you will
follow tho ez-
amplo of this lady and uso
It will remove, all dandruff and
rnako your hair rich and abundant.
tntwi U Dr. J C. Aur t C, Ult, Riu.. U. S.A.
It's a real protection for
the building. It lasts, and
makes the building last, too.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. King St. Phone 775.
BMtan.'Bdlluiiig, F,ort Street
, BceiTwl.; Alameda, a New Shia
ment of"LateetStyletlni '
10E8 NUUANU ST.
TAPAfl,' BASKETS, MATS,
Hotel near Fori
'AND ELECTRIC MASSAGE
""Fnlraokayo Hotel, Liliha Street.
1 Telephone 606,
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vertisements Intert.d for L.m Than
A fine (JBKMAN VIOLIN, Stradlvar-
lous pattern, has hten usd many
years. lVir particulars addros K.
KAHL, German School und Church.
20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on
soliooner Concord, from Fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
llox C27. 4283-tt
Shooting gallery, No. 19 Hotel It.,
near Nuuanu. Knqulre of owner
or P. H. llurnette. Merchant St.
On Punchbowl Heights, comfortable
house; mosquito proof; cool. Capt.
1). F. Nicholson, .14 1 Summit road
cor. School and Kmmn. 4294-2t
Newly furnished rooms olo.. In; !
trie light nnd running water la
each room. No. 73 Eo. Ueretanla
Nently furnished, moequlto-preof
room, with board. Tel. 1J8S; Nos.
749-60, Ueretanla St. 4272-lt
Furnished suite of rooms, with
board; hot and cold water. 104
Ueretanla Ave. ' 4286-11
Four furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 1050 flor-
etnnla Ae. 42S8-tf
Two furnlBhed rooms. 1071 A Like-
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnt.hed cnttage. Inquire Cottage
Grovo. Phono 1087. 4290-tf
Wo have over 100 lots for salo In alt
parts of thojclty, Improved aral
unimproved, business sites,
residence sites and farm(uk
sites, for prices ranging frpta
ISO to $30,000; some for cssk
sales, some for Installment
sales and soma for exchange.
We have aver CO homes for talc, locat
ed In every residence nectloa
of the city, and suburbs; ttdl
comfortnbla, some elegnntcft
various Urm; some tor iat
cash, some on installment iw
ments, some for oxchange, end
some for parti cash and part
mortgage on easy terms.
We can arrange to build houses on tho
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by rospoutlblo
We hare a. number of good exebango
and may l.caie
v havetglitiQr ten prospective bur-
ers.'ou nur lists at present;
i-priaps you have Just Ike
-v)pacqitbat would suit one ot
t'them. Come and see us.
A. V. GRAR, Manager.
IWing Wo.Tai, & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.