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KYRNINO miJ.t.RTIN. nONOUJLU, T. II., FRIDAY. MAY T. 1909.
J. J. Byrne, for eight yean employed
liy I hi' Mi'ti'ipniiliin Meat Com
puny. Limited, ni lt collector, hits
established- u v lli'rllini agency nl
Kiiiiln 1 1 ('ninphi II block. Merchnht
Miw'l Honolulu. Reference. (J.
.1 Waller. 4292-lm
Dr. Schnrmann. Hours 8-9 a. a.;. Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
3-C p. m. 224 Emma Square. 'Bulletin Editorial Room Phong 185.
For Wnlnnae, Wnlalua, Kahuku and.
Way Stations 9:ir. a. m., 3:20 p. tn.
For l'carl City, Ewa Mill anil Way
Stations 17:30 .1. ra., 9MB a. m.,
11:05 a. m., 2:1S p. in.. 320 p. m.,
G:!G p. m J0:30 p. in., fll:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
5:10 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu troin Kabuku,
Walalua mid Walanao 8:30 a. m.,
..0:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
.nil Pearl City 17:40 a. m., 8:3il
u. m., '10:33 a. m., 1:10, p. m., 4:31
i m., 5:31 p, m., 7:30 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 a. tn. and G:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The lliilclw.i Limited, n two hour
train (only flrst-ciss tickets hon
ored), leaves Uoiioliilu every Sunday
nt 8:22 a. in.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu nt 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae
I) P. DIJNIKON-. If. C. BM1TII.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Street Midfeet. Tel.
YOU NO TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
COIl. HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured froi.i pure distilled wa
ter. .Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528,
Delivered to residences
nnd offices at 25o per
hundrcdjn 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
NO PLACE LIKE THE
TOR A COOL DRINK OF BEER
FORT near KUKUI
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
AMERICAN CRY OOODS
FORT and Ol'tOt 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
503 S. BERETANIA'SI.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription made to order. Boiler work
snd RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Bar" "V 'Win
AND OT1IK1I PIANOS.
ThAYE.4 PIANO CO,
; 16 HOTEL HTRKBT.
f Phone 118.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Fuctory Honolulu Wire lied
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I ?ee Sinp Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
nuiiiii m., uei, uciei auu i-auani.
A little money in
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a sense oi security
as nothing else will
We pay 4 1-2
per cent, interest.
Begin saving with
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET, HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
B?NNY & tO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12CG Fort St.
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For Beautiful Millinery
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Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
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f "i 1
C0PYR1CHT.1908.BY HARPER 4 tUOTHriU
"FU changed my mind, Mr Run
nitn, sue aim. "i tiuut vant tn gt
down to the mlilnn
take me baii:."
I want Jim to
"Can't do It," he k.iI1. "The current
Is too i w If t."
"Then ret mo nshurc nnd I'll walk
back. It can't he fur tn town."
"Twenty-five mile. We've lieen out
nhotlt three hours."
"Flense do ns I nsl; yuu, Mr. llun-
nle-ti, I've decl.lcd I don't want to pi
any farther" He laughed, nnd the
sound limited her. "Put me nshoro
this minuter' she cried Indignantly.
"what do you meiinv
When ho tundo ho nnriui'r. ox con t to
rrtnllliltu lint mniljliitiltit tiwilintniii nf
his movements, she was seized with a
"Wlmt ure tou doing hen, Mr. lun-
rash resolve to wrench the oars out
of his hands aud made n quick mutlou
toward him, nt which he shouted:
"Sit down! Do you want to upset
The unstable craft lurched and dip
ped dangerously, uud, reallxlug the fu
tility of her mad impulse, she sank
back ou her knoes,
"Stark. told uie to board the first boat
for St. Michael's," he suld. "but l'vo
made a few plaus of my own the last
hour or so."
"St. Michael's! Mr. Stark told you
wliy, that'H impossible! You misun
derstood htm. He told you to row me
to the mission, I'm going to Puttier
"No. you're not. nnd I didn't misun
derstand him. He wants to get you
outside, all right, but I reckon you'd
rather go as Mrs. Ilunnlon than ns the
sweetheart of lieu Stark."
,re you crazy V the girl cried. "Mr.
Stark kindly offered to help me reach
the father ut his mission. I'm nothing
to him, mid I'm certainly not going to
be anything to you. If I'd known yuu
were going tn row the lo.U I should
tale stayed nt houie, because I detest
He rested ngaln-im his oars und said,
"Sturk 'kindly orfered,' did he? Well,
whenever Heu Stark 'kindly' offers
anything I'm lu on the play. lie'.
bnd his eye on you for the last three
months, nud he wunta you, but he
slipped n cog when he gave me the
oars. You needn't bo afnitd, though.
I'm going to do the rquare thing by
you. We'll stop In nt Ilia mission nnd
Iri Married, and then we'll see whether1
wo want to go to St. MIciuel'a or not,
though personally I'm for going bacic
Tlia girl's beauty, her Indlfferenc
the mistaken attitude of Stark urged
him, and, strongest of all. he. was
Arawn by his cupidity, for she would
b. very rich, so the knowing ones said.
Doubtless that was why Stark wanted
her, uud, being a man who acknowl-
edged no fidelity to Ids kind or his
li.VUll.l, I.U41I1IUU UU.VIUI...VU iw uuoiii
Ids principal, Doret, Ilurrell und nil the
Necln saw' what a frail and helpless
thing she was. Nothing about her was
great sate her soul, uud that was lui
measurably vexed and wi rrled. She
i.ul Just lived through u grief that had
liuidc her generous, uud now she gain
id her first kunwlcdgo of the man
animal's gross selfishness.
"Yuu ore absolutely daft," aho said.
"You can't force mo to marry you."
"I ain't going to force ypu. You'll do
"I'll dlu tlrst. I'll call the first man
we sec. I'll tell Father Il.irnum, and
he'll have you run out of the country,
It would only take a word fiom me."
"If yuu haven't changed your mind
wlieu we get to his pluce I'll ruu
through without stopping, but there
Isn't another priest between there ttnd
St. Mike's, uud by the time we get to
the mouth of the river I guess you'll
gay 'Yes' to most unythlng. However,
I'd ruther uinrry )ou nt Holy Cross
If you'll couseut, und I'm pretty snro
vou will when you think It over."
"We won't discuss It."
"You don't nnderstaud yet." he con-
tliiuid slowly. "What will people suy
when they know you ran uwiiy with
"I'll tell tltcm the truth." t
"llllUI I'm too well known. No mau
" ' .
oliTTie"rlvcr wuulil ever liiivVjoti iiTier
' You yon" Hcl voice a n-qutv-er
with indignation and loathing, but
her lips could not frame, uu epithet
fit for him. He continued rowing for
some time, then said:
"Will yon innrry uior"
"No. If this thing Is ever known
Poleon will kill you-or father."
For a third time he rested on Ills
"Now that we've come to tbre.iti let
uie talk. 1 offered to ninrr jnu and
do the square thing, but If vou don't
want to I'll pass up the formality nnd
take you for my squnw, the sutne as
your father tool: Allium. Juit re
member you re alone Willi me m tue
(.. .( m h H.lnHiAdd uttil t tilt' t 11 rnt
ul"" " " """ '
to make a choice ijulck. Iki nine I'm
going ashore nnd miiko some break
fast us soon as Its light enough to
choose a landing place. If u agree
to come quietly nnd go through with
this thing like a sensible girl I'll do
what's right, hut If you don't then I'll
do what's wrong, uud maybe you won t
be so d d unxlous to tell your friends
about this trip or spread jour story
iili uud down the river."
She saw ltunnton gating over his
shoulder In seiirib of a shelling bench
or bar. They rounded n bend where
the left bank crumbled before the un
tiring teeth of the river, forming a
bristling chovnl-do-frlse of leaning,
fallen firs nwash In the current. The
short side of the curve protected a
gravel bar that made downstream to a
dagger-like pulnt, and toward this
ltuniilon propelled the skiff. The girl's
Tho mind of Poleon Doret worked In
straight lines. Moreover, his memory
was good. Stark's statement, which so
upset dale nnd the lltuleiiunt, had a
some what different effect hhui the
frenchman, for certain facts had been
Impressed upon bis subconsciousness
which did nut entirely Jibe with the
gambler's remarks, and yet tiny were
too dimly engraved to nrrord founda
tion for a dctliilte theory. "What he did
know was that be doubted. Why
Uecause certain scraps of a disjointed
conversation recurred totilin, a few
words which lie .nail overuearu in
Stark's saloon, something about a Pe
terborough canoe und a woman, lie
knew every skiff that lay along the
water front, and of it sudileiuhe de-
elded to see If this one was vvherc It
had been nt dusk, for there were but
two modes of egress from liambcnu,
und thero was hut one mine of this
type. If Necln had gone up river on
tho freighter, pursuit was Imiwless, for
no boiitiiiuii could uuikc headway
against the current, but If, on the
other hand, tint cedar craft was
gone- He run out, of Stark's house
uud down to the river bank. It was
Just one chaiuc, and, If he was wrong,
no mutter. The others would leave on
the next up river stenmer. whereas If
his suspicion proved n lertalnty, If
Stark hud lied In throw' them off the
track nud ltunulon had t.lk n her down
stream well. Poleon Ml hid no one tn
hinder him, for he would travel light.
The bout was gone. He searched tho
line bnckwnrd, but It was not there,
and his excitement grew now, likewise
his haste. He stumbled up to the trad
ing iHitt nnd around to the rear, where,
bottom up, lay his own craft, a blr-h
ea noe, frail und trencher us for nny
but il limn schooled In the ways of
swift water. He laid It carefully In
(he whispering current, then stripped
himself with feverish haste, for the
driving call of a hot puisu't was in
him, and, ultbough It was th.i cold,
raw hours or late night, he whipped
off his garments until he was bare tn
(lie miuaie. ut seixen nis pamuc, step-
ped In. then knelt umldshlpii ai.d push-
vd fivvuy. The birch bark answered
htm like a living thing, leaping nud
dancing beneath the strokes, while
rippling, rising ridges stood out upon
his back aud arms us they rose and full.
ltuttnlon drove his Peterlirough to
ward the shore with lMiwerful strokes
and run Us nose up on the gravel, rose,
stretched himself and dragged It far
ther out, then looked down nt Ne-ln.
"Well, what Is It yes or tin Do you
want me for n husband or for a mat
ter" She cowered In the cteru, a pale,
She cast her despairing o)cs up and
ttowp the river, .then nt the wilderness
ou either shore, but It was as silent
aud unpeopled us If It hud been creat
ed that morning. She must have time.
She would tcmporlic, pretending to
yield, and then betray him to the tlrst
I comer. A promise esuittd under du.
,. would not be binding,
-ni B0 quietly," she suld In u fulnt
..i knen. you.,i Keo llmt Vm uctn.
Bqunri., Colae. (jct ,H. ,.ruIIU, ut of
y0UrB0it wunu i make a pot of coffee."
ije he,j out hlll hnj to asHlat her,
an)1 i,0 aCt.c,,ie,i r, but stumbled as
Blle 0Hllt for ilu U11(i iietu cruUchcd lu
r0Ilu 1)0Ht0 for BCverul hours, and her
limbs worn stiff. He cuugUt her uud
BVVUUB - ushore. Then, Instead of
putting her feet to the .ground, he
prcMe,i her to himself roughly and
. kissed her. She gave a stilled cry aud
' fought htm oft, but he laughed and
bHJlier tho closer
"" (To Be Continued) .
Honolulu. T II., Mn 4, 1909
He It Resolved by the Hoard of Su- j
pervlsors of the t'lty and County of
llonotiitii, Territory of llnwnll, that
wu herewith appropriate from Hoad
Tax Special Deposit, Walalua, the i
sum of $390.00, for the payment of
Material and Supply Demands Nns.
02S und 029, for the month of March,
1909, the snld Materials nnd Supplies
nnd other Items having been pur
chased, nnd ued or to be used solely
nnd only for road purposes ns pro
vided In Section 3 or Act 93 of the
Session Laws of 190., which de
mands, hnvltig been examined, are
herewith allowed and ordered paid,
and the Auditor Is hereby authorized
and directed in Issue warrants on
the Treasurer payable to the person
or firms as per list hereto nttnehed.
Presented l.v J. C. QUINN.
The foregoing Resolution was, at
a Regular Meeting of the Hoard or
Supervisors of the City nnd County
of Honolulu, held on Tuesday, May -I,
1909, passed to print on the follow
ing vote of the said Hoard:
Ayes: Alila, Aytetl, Cox, Knnc,
Logan, McClellan, Qulnii. Total: 7.
I). KAI.ArOKAI.AXI, JR..
Clerk, City nnd County
4301 May C, 7, 8, 10, 11.
8KAI.KD TKNDr.HS will he receiv
ed at the otllce of the Superintend
ent of Public Works until 12 m. of
Wednesday, Juno 1G, 1909, for tho
erection of n Concrete Vault for tho
protection of the Remains of tcrtalu
of the Sovereigns and High Chiefs of
Hawaii In the Mausoleum Qrounds,
Ntiuanu Valley, Honolulu, T. It.
Plans, specifications nnd proposal
blanks are ou file In the otllce of tho
Suiicrtnteudent of Public Works.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any nnd all bids.
C. II. Kt.UI.C.1....,
Acting Superintendent of
Honolulu, May C, 1909.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
The undersigned having been duly
appointed the Administrator with the
Will annexed of W. C. Peucock, late
of Honolulu, City nnd County (it Ho
nolulu, Territory' of Hawaii, deceased.-
Notlco Is hereby given to nil per
sons to present their claims against
the estate of said W. C. Peacock, de
ceased, duly authenticated, whether
secured by mortgage or otherwise, to
the undersigned nt his office, No. 97
Merchant Street, In Honolulu afore
said, within six months from the
dute hereof, or they will be forever
And nil persons Indebted tn said
estate are hereby requested to make
Immediate payment to the midrr
Blgnd. Dated, Honolulu, T. It., April 30,
Administrator with the Will an
nexed nf W. C. Peacock, deceas
ed. 4299 Apr. 30; Muy 7, 14, 21, 28.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OF TIIK
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
Probate; at Chambers. In the Mat
ter of the F-statuof Agatha Nott, de
reasej. Ilefore Judge V. J. Robin
son, Order of Notice of Petition for
A I Iowa n co ut Final Accounts und Dis
charge in this F.stutc. On reading
nud tiling the petition and accounts
of David Dayton of Honolulu, whelo
(rl )l0 aiji.8 (lJ )0 allowed S349.05 and
i ,lt. cmrKei himself with 1349.05, und
mU ,)at .,, Bamo nmy b(J cxumlnt.,i
und approved, and that a tlnal order
may be made of distribution of the
property remaining In his hands to
the persons thereto entitled, and dis
charging him and his sureties from
ull further responsibility as such Ad
ministrator, It Is ordered that Mon
day, tho 31st day of May, A. I). 1909.
nt 10 o'clock a. m. beforo the Judge
of suld tuiirt at the court room of tho
suld court nt Honolulu, Island of Oa-
hu, be and the same hereby Is ap
pointed as tho time and place for
hearing tuld petition and accounts,
nnd that all persons Interested may
then nnd there appear and' show
cause. If any they have, why the
samo should not bo grunted, and may
present evidence as to who are enti
tled to I he said property. And that
notice ut this order, In the English
language, bo published in tho liven
ing liulletln newspaper printed and
published in Honolulu, for three suc
cessive weeks, tho last publication to
bo not less than two weeks previous
tn tho time therein appointed for said
Dated at Honolulu, this 23d day ot
W. J. UOIUNSON,
Thlid Judge ot the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
Attest: M. T. SIMONTON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the First Circuit.
4293 Apr. 23, 30; Muy 7, II.
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lelimle water sialilel
Address V llulk-iln
Suite pi Ice.
Ily n commercial house, a first-class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, re
SHiublo position Address A. Y ,
A few customers nearby for puru
mill; from n small herd of healthy,
well-fed cows. Apply 1!37 Col
lege St. 1292-lf
Everybody to mako money by slant-
lug coioanuts. Inquire for plants, '
llox 102 I.lhue, Kaunl. 4190-tf '
Clean wiping rags at the Oull.tln of-
lly young Chinese, In olUco or store;
understands bookkeeping; experi
enced; country no objection. Ad
dress "X.," liulletln. 4298-10t
lly n young lady, position In office, or
clerical work of any kind, flood ref
erences. Address (I. 1)., liulletln
Draft No. 01284 on lllshop & Co.
drawn by Goo Klin Ylng. Pay
ment has been stopped. 4302-31
Lady's pearl und sapphire brooeh.
Kinder return to this ofllcc, receive
Purse containing money; finder re
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The nniiunl meeting of the etocic
holdcrs of K. O. Hall & Son, Limited,
will be held nt the office of th tor
poration. Fort and King at-eels,
Honolulu, ou Thursday, May 1 !th,
1909, ut nine o'clock A. M.
.election of officers tn serve for tl.i
ensuing year will be held at Hut
time. i:. II. PARIS,
Secretnry K. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
S. S. ALAMEDA.
Shippers receiving or ordering
overland shipments are hereby In
formed that tho S. S. Alameda will
receive und deliver cargo ut the
China llasln, S.m Francisco (Over
laud Rullwuv Terminal), without ex
pense of cartage.
WM (1 IRWIN &CO.. LTD.
(eiierul Agents, Oceanic S. S. Co.
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YOU CANNOT FIND A MORE DE-
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St. Clair Bidgood, Manager,
WAIi CHONG CO.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
niank boukB nf ull soils, ledgers,
tc, manufactured by the liulletln
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One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
: vertuemenio inserted lor Less Than
I Ten Cents.
Hack Set Ranges. sl?e i ft to 9 ft ,
Bridge & llench Supeiloi Stoves ,
Quick Meal and I'ciredion nil
stoves; Farmer's llolleis, Camp -tml
Lnutidry stoves. A large line of ie.
pairs curried In stock. We i.in
order ou nny repair tor nil) stove
'made. Your trade Is solicited.
Phone 211. KMKKI.UTH & CO,
LTD., 110 King St.
a line (IHRMAN VIOLIN, Stradlvar-
lous pattern, has been used many
years. ljr particulars address 1.'.
JvAHL, German School and Church.
j()t(,(,u Cocoauuta Just nrrhed on
Fcluxiner Concord, from Fu lining
' Islnud. Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
llox G27. 42SG-tt
A Mitchell Runabout machine for
sale or exchange for city properly.
Apply Real Kslntc Hxchange.
Furnished rooms Also housekeep
ing rooms. Apply 2:ir King st.,
bet. Alnkln uud Richards. 4303 tt
Cottage of six rooms; gas and elec
tric light; nice garden: lent rea
sonable. Inquire 1157 t'nlim St.
At the end of cur line on the b.nch.
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N."
II u 1 1 c t I n nlllcc.
Newly furnished looms clone In; elec
tric light and running wutcr lu
ench room. No. 73 So, llcrctanla
Neatly furnished, mosqulto-proot
room, with boald. TcL 1333; Nos.
749-50, lleretnnln St. 4272-lt
Furnished suite of rooms, with
board; hot nnd cold water. 1049
llerctanla Ave. 42S&-U
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
line view. Apply 70G Quarry St.,
cur. Alnpal. 4293-tt
Four furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 10S0 ltcr-
etanla Ave. 4285-tt
Two furnished looms. 107IA Like
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConncll, 1223 Kiiima St.
Furnished cottage. Inquire Cottage
drove. Phono 1087. 4290-tf
RF.AL ESTATE EXCHANOR. LTD.
Wo have over 100 lots for sale In all
parts of tho city, improved und
unimproved, bmlness sites,
residence situs and farming
altes, for prices ranging from
50 to $30,000: Bomo for cash
sales, soino for installment
Bales and some for exchange.
Wo have over CO homes for sale, locat
ed In every residence section
ot the city, and suburbs; all
comfortable, tome elegant, on
various terms; some for spot
cash, some on installment pay-
meats, somo for exchange., unit
somo fur part cash and part
mortgage on easy terms,
Wo can nrrunge to build houses on the
Installment plan on lots pur
chased from us by responsible
Wo have u number ot good exchange
txxl itxy !::
We have eight or ten prospective buy
ers on our lists at present:
perhaps you havo Just tho
place that would suit one ot
them. Come uud Bee us.
HEAL ESTATE EXCHANOK, LTD.
A. V. OEAR, Mauager.
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