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-BVBNINOnUM.KTIN, flONOMJLUi T, l! MONDAY, MAY !0, 1009.
J, J. Byrne, for eight years employed
ity i in1 .nuiivqiniiiiin meat mm
piiny, I -I in I (oil, n H ItH collector, Iiiih
-stnhllshcd n collection ngency lit
Jloom 11 Campbell block, Merchant
street, Honolulu. Itcfcrcnrc (J.
.1. Wnllor. 1292-ltn
Dr. Schumann. Hours 8-9 a. m.;
ii-u p. m. wi .hinma Square.
For Wnlanne, Wnlalun, Knhuku and
Way Stations 0:15 b. m 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Bwa Mill and Way
Stutlous 17:30 a. rn., 9-15 a. m.,
11:05 n. m., 2:11 p. m.. 320 p. m
4:15 p. m., 9:30 p. in., 11:00 p. in.
For Wahlawa a:15 h. m. and
5: JG p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Knhuku,
Wnlalua and Wataimu '8:36 a. in.,
.,.5:31 p. in.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
t.nd 1'carl City J7:4G a. m., '8:3ii
it. m., 10:3S n. m., M:40 p. m., 4;31
P m., 5:31 p. in.. '7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:30 n, m. nnd '5:31 p. n
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho Hnlclwn I .lit) 1 1 oil. a two-hour
train (only first-cans tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
nl 8:22 n. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. in. The Limited
stops only at l'orl CUy and Wnianue
O V. DENIBON. K. C. SMITH.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co,
King Street Hhrkct. Tel. 2b8
YOUNO TIM. Manaeer.
I - 1-
The Encore Saloon
Try a drinkAat the new nlace and
have MIKE PATTOH serve you.
uuu. liuusb and MUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled .wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city' by
OA'lll) ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
m. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN I.MY GOODS
FORT and Cl'l EM 8T3.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
503 S. BEBETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order- Boiler work
and. RIVITED TIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
, tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
t Stein ray
K ANU UIIIEIl I'lAriUO.
g ThAYE.1 PIANO CO.
158 HOTEL HTJIEHT.
p Phone T18,
1 TTJNtNfl OIL UANTKKIA
I Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Kuctory Ilotiolulu Wire Hed
..., ...vv llllll OU 1 U1UJII1UI1U
Tee Sine Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith.
8mlth flt Iict. Hotel and PauahtT
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
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A little money in
the bank gives one
a sense of 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
rhone 371. 122 King St
& CO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12CQ Fort St.
CALL AND HEAR IT
BEKGSTR0M MUSIC Co.. Ltd.
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
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, Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC';
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
. 185 editorial rooms 250 buii
nets cfflce, These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
J ill riJ-LalW
A' l y
ccpvniaHT.ieoa.6Y HAnptns BnoTiiriu
nvt,V."x njnw tup sin-oiko irort.n.
"M. tnpnr.i:!;" i.r.t: num. int.. iim
trading 1 imt ui the following
morning ntul found dale at
tending Flore ns If nothing
unusual had nccurred,
"Snyl What's this about you and
Stark? I bear yon bad n horrible run
In and that you split him tip tho Imck '
like n iiuall "
"Wo had n row." ndmltlr,! tl.n trad-
..ti.. 1. t.... .1 ii
er. "Its been n lens time, worUnc
nut, nml Init nlht It eamo to n head."
"Iird eel Anil tit think of lieu
Slnrk belli' licked! Why, the whole.
eninp'H tnlkln' about It! They Kiiy ho
emptied two six shooter nt ynit, but
Toll kent nw-mnln'. ni.il wtien vim illil l
cet In him von In. I ...irinl rmir Inf.
llali on him like lie wns a lawvnod
tree, Jlny. John. he'H n emier. sure."
.. .: .... . ...... ..... 1."
110 jiiu menu lien p.isi'inj; nun -
"Oh, no. I reckon he'll grt well,
from what I henr, though he won't let
nnbrdy como near Mm exeept old Doe,
Put he's lost a battln, nnd Hint ends
111 1. Don't you savvy? Whenever n
I tor quits second lc.t It breaks I1I1
Leodoo. Why, there's been men layln'
fir him 'these twenty rears from hero
to tho Rio Ornndr, nua o.very feller ho "I"? hero and there. Le watched
ever bested will hear of thli nnd heirln, I'lm elosoly. then went liehlnd the b.ir
to Krenso bis holster; then the. first nnd. ptmred out a stilt ulnss of whisky,
slmvo tall desperado that inecla him 'which he made Hurroll drink.. To dale
will spit lu lits eye Just to make a j'o whispered 11 moment later:
name for himself. No. sir! Ho'h a "Keep your eye on him, John. He'll
spent shell. He's k1 to fluid nil till K' mml nt this rate."
battles over nKiitn, nnd this time the I They waited, It seemed iutcrmliribly.
other feller will open the luill. Oh. until nt last n while hull slowly round
l'ie seen It happen before. Y01: killed ed the point, then shnped a cAire
Ullll Him infill. Jlini lit Pilll- tin 11 jiiuu
I11111K up his hide to dry, nnd he knows
"I'm n peneenblc man," said dale on 1
the defensive. "I had to do It."
"I know! I know! There wns wit
nesses. This dressmaker nt the fort
seen It, so I hear."
The other ncqulesced silently.
"Well, well! Iteu Stnrk licked! I
can't cet over that. It must 'u' been
sumetlilu' powerful stroiic to make you
do It, John." When the old man
vouchsafed no more than u nod to n
illicit Inn the prospector Inquired:
"Where's Poleon? I've feot news for
him from the creel;."
"I dou't know. Why?"
"His laymen have give up. They've
crosscut his ground, nnd the pay ain't
there, so they've quit work for good."
"He drew n blank, eh?"
"Worse'n that three of Ihem. Tho
creek Is siwttcdrr than 11 leopard.
llunnlou'H men, for Instance, arc Into
It bigger than a house, while I'olcou's
people rn n't raise n color. I call It,
lough luck yes, worse'n tough. It's
hard Idled and pickled. To them ns
his shall It Ih given nnd to them ns
hasn't shall be took cicn what they
ain't got, as the poet says. Look nt
N'ecln! Rho'll be richer than n cream
puff. (Incss I'll step around and sea
"(he's gone," said the trader wearily,
turning his haggard face from the
"Up river with Ilunnlon. U'licy got
her nwny from me last 11I2I1I."
"Sufferlu snakes'," ojnculnlcd I.ee.
"So that's why!" Then he added sim
ply, "Let's go and git her, John."
Tho trader looked nt him queerly,
"Maybe I won't-on the first liontl
I'm eating my henrt out hour by hour
walling wnlllrtg waiting for son-.o
kind of n craft to come, nnd so Is Ilnr
rcll." "Whnt's he got to do with It?" said
the one eyed miner Jealously, "Can't
you nnd me' bring her back?"
"He'll marry her! God,' wisi't there
never be 11 Ijoat?"
I'or tho hundredth lime that mom
lug hu went to the door of tho post
nnd htrntned his eyes downstream.
"Well, well! Them two goln' to be
married," snld Lee. "Stnrk licked, and
Nocln gnln' to be married all at mice.
I Jmte to sec It, John, He nln't good
enough. She could 'a' dotie a heap liet
ler. There's a lot of reg'larmeirnrouDd
liTo, nnd she could 'ft' had her pick. Of
loiirsi.. ulw-nys belli' broke like n dog
myself. I n 1 n't kept up my personal ni
l-tnrnnco llko I 0 ht. hut I'vorot some
tow clothes now, nnd you wouldn't,""''"?, V """""', V' ""."'""' "
. . ' U' llttl., I..I1, 1. 1.' Unit. 11 In. tlut Hfiu.
know nie. I bought 'em off a tender
foot with cold feet, but they're the
giiods, nnd you'd see t big lipprovc,
inent In nie."
"He's a good mau," suld, dale, '.'bet
ter than you or me, and he's all torn
un over this. I never saw a man act
so, When he learned about It I thought
he'd go mad. He's haunted (he river
bank ever since, raging about for some
jueaiiH of following her, and if 1 hadn't I
fairly held him bod have, set out Blngle
Whllo they were talking Ilnrrcll
enuie In, nnd "No Creek" saw that the
ntlit hud affected Hie youth even morn
man it nau time, unit it-nit nu suouTUf nn upern iinuso, comes iiom i.oiu'-in
thp nuirk more plainly, for his faco , by wnv of tho Antipodes. Mr. Withers
was drawn, Ids eyes were sunken as It Is credited by the Loudon Times to he
from hunger, nml his whole body ,1(10 foroinost lolluccllln of the jouiik
seemed to lme fallen awny till his er generation. Mine. I ulsa Sobrlna Is
uniform hung upon lilm loose, uukciupt
.... --.-.- . fi ,
"1 enn't wl( much longer'nld llur-
lell mid mink wqtrlly lno n Kent. Al-
......,, .i... ....v. ti.,....( I... ......I .... i.ij
lilwm mi- iii'Ak iiinimii 111- ii.ir, ,11, ,11
fevt uittlit. sarins to tho truder, us hu 1
fSn T?n It riiTrrriTTliTies' iMrcnoV !
llunuln:i rallies tit me, (Inle! You ua-
der'tniiil he niliic, don't jouV"
The nl 1 111:111 iwddud. "Yei yon tan
"Well, who do I (tit 7 ' nikitl Ie
"Yini ean't emne nlotiR," the trader
nnld. "We mar have tit fnllow the
1 hnniiil ete:m to Iho Htilei. Think nf
.1"To, hU"" w,,h ,!,P m)f "'r1
,'", "'""W I'renperti r. "1 reeknn I'm
K"1"1. "f !' ''"'Mf .!" i?1 nml rin
Roln' lit belli ut the t(li-ti.
Suddenly the lieutenant uttered n
cry, and with n b- u"l Unle w.is b"s de
"Iaio';: Oxer the linlnt! Down yon
der! I raw Fiiioke',"
The thlee pIiiim! nl the dlstiilif for-
" fllllw Hull n':el Hie betid nf til"
rlv,'r "",l1 "),,lr ,,I'M II,,,u'd'
'lourc tired, my .buy,
my .buy, raid (i.ue.
He ilNytil und finally o'er the tree
tops saw 11 fait:!, slrenuirr of blvl:.
"It l! It l!" irktl Ihe Mildler.
"I'm Rolnjc for my war bns." And be
fore the steamlHi.it had lime Into
chht he whm back with liU sennty
bundle of InititnTe, behnvliiR like one
'nft, tnlkln? aid huwhliiB nnd run
bank, where the water was less swift.
As It came fully Into slsht Qnle swore
aloud In dexpalr:
"its the mission lioat!
"Well, what of Hint J" said Ilnrrcll.
We'll biro It-Hniy lt-tak II T
"It's 110 lire. .She nln't j;ot but three
do lHtwer to her enables. I.eo ex
plained. "!jhe.'H 11 down river .boat
has to run with the current In move."
"We enn't ijsy.Iht." (bile Biive In re
luctantly. "She'd only lose tlmq for
111. We've cot to wnlt for one ofth?
A. (.'. lKtats."
"Wnlt!" rled ISurtell. "Wo'v.o done
nothing but wait, wnlt, walj;,f Jt's do
"You co bad: jonder nnd Mjtdown,"
roininsnilril I.ee. "We'll hnve'n Istat
The nrrlvnl of1 the tiny mhslon
steiiner was neri-r nf siilllelent tin
portauco to draw 11 erowd tn the river
j " bring htr Ixirli In tHii.'iiiXfliV
..,. .. the Impatient men ut the post
',,, llUm( , lpr H Ml ,.,,,
1... .,.. , ,, ,.
Net-la iiudj'oleon on iKinrd. for he bad
rcfogiil7ii rather IliiriiumV craft at n
distance nnd stationed himself ut tho
bunk hnpd lu baud with Molly tn bid
the good, kind old man welcnnio.
The men Inside the house did not
hear the boy crying Nceln's name, for
)i V W'lcc was small, and they had guno
to t1- rn-- rf titn rnrev
(To Be Continued)
WITHER'8 CONCERT CO.
The Heihert Without Concert Co,
, which Is soon to nppear at the Hawaii-
a piimu donna from the Covcnt Our-
'.,... t...i r. r. .1 ... r. ......
in.-tt iu3tt y7iiiia o., vinniut1 itt-liot-ti
,, a iart0'o Willi an excellent ropufj-
,,nil ,, MUrK,iorlo VAjy Is one id the
foiemO'-t Mctiopnlli.m ,oln pluubiti'
.nOBB." "fir 3P?'
Jfj- BULLETIN ADS PAY
! High School
Two g.imos nf the IntorsclinliiHtlc
sctlos wolo pin) ml on Saturday, nnd
tho O11I111 College ami High School
wore returned the winners, the for-
mer dcfenlltig the Snluts C to 3, nml
the Highs putting It over Iho Knms to
the tune of 18 to .1. Tho first gnme
wns the better one. and tho College
put up n line gnme, and by using good
head work, nnd tnlng two pitchers,
Jilft managed to win.
The reeond gnmo was an exhibition
of noioatitics and the Highs won by a
big margin. The Kama seemed to be
all nt sea and weie unahlo to do much
In the scoilng Hue.
The official hcnros were as follows:
AH It llll SR O A K
Totals 31! 3 !t U 21 lfi 1 1
Two-base lilts, 'line, Chllllngworth,
Aclileu, Norton; home run, Andrews;
Imsii on balls, off Andrews fi, off Mill
kaa 3; struck out, by Andiews n, by
Mlllkan 2. Time, 2 hours. Umpire,
Walker. Scorer, Mr. Home.
All II III! Sll O A
Sing Chong, ss.
Chi Hut, c
Hitchcock, rf. . .
Townsend, cf. . .
Totals 38 S 10 0 30 S 4
All 11 III! Sll O
K. Markhnm, 3b. ..5 1 I
I'odro, cf 4 1 1
Alonii, ss 5 0 0
Asapi, 2b 5 1 0
X'aler, c 3 0 2
Hohlnton, rf 3 0 1
Diclor. lb 3 n 0
Hnopnl, If 4 o ii
Enplndn, p 4 n 0
Totals V3I5 3 5 3 30 17 4
"1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 !l 10
Ilium 11 0 0 n 1 0 (1 0 2 2 u
11. 11 0011 1 2 0 0 1 3 3iu
1 2 3 4 n 7 8 !l 10
Hulls 10 0 0 0 2 l,l 11 03
II. II 7) 0 0 1 I) 1 0 2 0 13
Throe-limn hits, Krnsor; homo rim.
Lowrey; hnso on balls, off Onlcjistclu
3. off Lot I, off Kspluda 1; struck out.
by .Orilcnsteln 0, by Lola 2, by Hsplnda
5; sacrifice hit. Lota. Timo of game, 1
hour 40 miniitos. Umpires, Chilling
woitfipnd Walkorf Scoter, Schmiitzler.
WALL CUP FINAL
GOES TO W. L. WARREN.
Tho final of tho Wall Cup tourun
luent was played on Saturday, and
resulted In 11 win for W. L. Warren,
who defeated A. H. Cunliii three sets
btrnlght, 8-C, fi-1, G-4. Tho llrst set
was a flno one nnd was fought out to
the hitter end. Iloth men weie
plnylng In good form, and, although
Cunhn tired away lu the second set,
he niado u good recovery In tho third
ifnd got four games In that set.
WWrcn wns In great form nnd
played up to his best reputation; his
placing was excellent and his strokes
wcro all well tlmked'nnd executed.
Ily this victory ho puts his name on
tho cup for tho second time, and has
out)1 to win INonco moro to make It
his own property.
Knrly In tho afternoon Warren nnd
Oee played thelrgnmcs In tljo semi
finals, and after thrco good eels tho
former won two out of three, C2,
C-7, 11-1. Wnrrcn plu)ed n consul
ent game light Ihiough, and, 'il
thopgh den did well In the secpml
set he could lint keep the p.ue up.
There wns a big ciowd of specta
tors, and tho many milts weio ap
plauded with gieat vim. Afternoon
ot was served by the ladles of the
club, and u most enoyable afternoon's
tennis wns witnessed by the eiithunl
fiMw Another tournament will he start
ed 011 May 17, when 11 hntiillciip
Hoe. K 0 .1 2 0 0 I)
Itloo, Vi I 1 I 1 2 0
Kawamoto, ef. ...0 I 1 n I 0
Ckllllugwoith. sh. .13 2 111
Aydiows. p ." 3 2 0 2 7
Dowsctt, 2b. .'....I 1 0 0 2 1
While. II). '. 5 1 1 II 9 1
Kniiliikou, rf 3 1 l o n o
Aclileu, rf 3 2 1 0 1 0
Norton, c t 2 2 0 G 1
Totals 13 18 13 2 21 11
All It llll Sll O A
Mackenzie. If S 0 1 0 1 0
Knitnloplll, 2b. ..I 1 1 1 5 1
.loslali. ss S 1 3 1 3 C
Murray, lb 4 1 0 0 9 1
Akann, cf 2 0 0 0 "0 0
Knllmnpchti, c. ...3 0 113 3
McOulre. rf I 0 1 o 1 0
Ilartels, 3h I, 0 1 0 0 2
Mcdnwail, it 0 o' 0 0 0 0
Mlllkaa, p 3 0 1 2 0 3
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20,000 Cocounuts Just arrived on
schooner Concord, from, fanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. I'. O.
llux 527. 4285-tf,
men s douhles for meuiliers of the
Ueretnnln Club will be played. Two
handsome cups hao been domited
by C. d. llockus nnd . A. L. Castle.
Hntrlea will he received by tho secre
tary, It. . Rlctow, up to 5 p. m. l'rl
day, May 14.
si i: :t
WHITE WINS CUP
AT COUNTRY CLU3.
Austin White, by winning the Tan-
san tournament yesterday, became Ih
owner of the nip. He and Sam Wilder
plj)t-d 11 tic of 81, and In tho play off
While won with 11 score of 87.
Tho weather was delightful at first
but later on lu the day some ruin fell.
nml this miidc Urn putting dlincult, A '
large crowd of golfers and their fi lends '
attended the links and great Interest
was shown In the tournament.
Tho olllcinl icorc wits':
nt a. 1 V
3 w . K
o 2 ?
c 3 :
o- . ;
Austin WMl.) (scr)..:i9 12 M 81
S. (I. Wilder 1)0) ..10 15 91 81
I W. Kloluhu (12).. 1,9 45 91 82
.1. O. Young (9) 45 10 111 82
V. II. Allllbtionr, (I). II 43 87 83
C. S. Weight (15) ...19 50 99 81
II. ilitbson (!l) II 50 91 85
d. 11. Angus (3) ....12 41! 88 85
i:. J. Waterman (15). 49 51 100 85
C i:. Idlmiiuds ( 12). 50 18 98 80
S. Ileiirdmoro (18) ..19 55 101 80
B. M. Campbell (9).. 51 45 99' 90
J. C Hviiiib (9) 17 52 99. 90
II C. Carter (15) ...50 55 105 90
Win. Simpson (8) ..47 52 99 91
M. A. Ilolilnsuii (15). 57 19 KiO 91
Dr. Irwin (18) 58 52 110 9J
Jus. J. KeuwJck (18). 53 57 llll 92
H. A. While 118) ....50 fill 112 91
II, A. Walker1 (IS) ..00 50 111! 98
J. I). Mcluuiny (IS). 03 51 110 98
B. O. Whllo (5) ....57 CO 117 112
H. I). M. Cobb (IS) ..71. C7 111 123
W. II. linbbltt (18).. Unfinished,
T. dill (scr) Unfinished.
K. L. Wnblron (IS) . .Unfinished.
'Austin White (scr.). 46 41 87 87
S. d. Wilder (10) ...48 65 103 93
tt K St
NO, 2 flood Maul baseball
(Speclnl 11 11 1 1 o 1 1 11 Wlrolors)
Wnlliiku, Muni; May 10. Ono or the
best games of Hie Maul Leaguo leasou
U.n ..If..'. .it Un.titn.. ...t.i... .1... F t. I. ..... I ..
",.n .,nv.l .M.ll.lil 1.IIUI1 II1U lHIIIIlll I
iieii'.itiii inu iii-itmiiis uy u score 01
two to nothing. It was anyone's git,.' ,
until the last man wns put,,. ,
Tim Lo'igun standing fiilltiwH'
Team I'layed Wu.i l'c-
.N(. Slats 3 3 1 ni
Knhiiluls I 2 -Viii
Healanls' ...... 3 0 .1", 1
n vi vi
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M, llulletln. 420i;-.'.t
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
flno view. ' Apply, 70C quarry St.,
cor. Alapal. 4295-tf
Pour furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 10.10 Ilcr-
otonln Ave. I2sr.-tf
Two furnished rooms. 1071 A l.lko-
llke St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
I). McConnoll, 1223 Hmma St.
Furnished cottage In town Inquire
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