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EVENING nnUXTIN. HONOUJUt, T. II., TUKflnAl, MAY J I. lOflfl.
- HVrfHaM -
nnsrarec mnrnTnw Tx
uvaiau imM,",B1 4W
J, J Byrne, for eight years employed
In Ilic Metropolitan Meat Com
pany, Limited, ns r (iiltcctnr, Iiiih
ctnhllshcd a collection agency nt
Ilixini 1 1 Campbell lilnck, Mcrchnnt
si' eel, Itunoliilii. Hofcroiicc (I.
.1 Wnllcr. 42!)2-lm
Dr. Schurmnnn. Hours 8-9 a. a.;
n-0 p. m. 224 Emma Square.
For Wnlnnne, Walalua, Knhuku mid
Viny Stations 3: IB a. m., '.1:20 p. in.
For Pearl City, Kwn Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. a., 9:15 a. m,
11:03 a. m., 2:1S p. m.. 320 p. m..
6:16 p. in., J9:30 pym., tll:00 p. m.
I'or "Wnhlawa 9:15 . m. and
6:15 v tu.
Arrive Honolulu rrom Kahuku,
WnMlua and Wnlanao "8:3G a. m,
..5:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu (rem Ewa Mill
end Pcnrl City 17: 10 a. in., 8:3U
r. m., Mni.is a. m, '1:40 p. in., 4.3l
5i in., 5:31 p. in., 7:30 p. in.
Arrlvu Honolulu (rum Wnhtawu
8:3c a. m. nnd 6:31 p. tu.
1 I'x. Sunday. ,
t Sunday Only.
The Hulclwa l.lmltod, a two-hour
train (only flrst-cIisH tickets hon
orid). leutes Honolulu evoiy Sunday
nt 8:22 n. m.; returning, arrives In
1f...l..l ....... . .Ml . .. .
ii'iiuiiiiii in iu;iu p. in. me uimiicu
tips only at foul City and Wnlanne '
U I'. UliNJHUN K. c. SMITH.
lways on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
fry, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
Xing Street Market. Tel. 2faa
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
the Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new ulace and
Live MIKE PATT0N serve you.
COK. HOI-EL and NUUANU.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
Wr. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers
AMERICAN tJRY 000D3
FORT and Cl'i'.O: 3T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUOAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
l AND OTHISH PIANOS.
I THAYErt PIANO COi
J Ke HOTEL HTltRKT.
I J'honn 118.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire ned
Co., 1250 Alapal Bt. Telephone
tee Sing KeePlumber and Tinsmith,
.mum 01., uci, jioiui iinu i-nuani.
bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin EiHtorial Boom Phono 185.
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 Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
fhone 371. 122 King St.
k CO, Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12GG Fort St. Phone 483,
CALL AND HEAR IT
BER03TR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
P. H. BURNETTE
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 roome "50 bun
nets cfflce. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office,
C0rYRiehT.1908.UY HARPtR BROTHERS
' "ITtiilcrslniid? Von lente Ilitnnlon
to 1110," Hun-ell was saying "No man
shall Iny hinds mi him except hip."
Hit voice trailed ntvuy He ro stow
ly In his fort. 11 strcwgp light ti hi
fare. TIip olhprji turned to c whai
Right hnl drawn hi" pe In "
mnlln, ln.l V.t nn.l ln1nnn rnrr I
who hnl her hy the hand, and she ' ,lot,nm "f .1,l, '""P"- ,K;ld """
was smtltnc 1 ""'""ml ni'il Mpw It out through mouth
Onlc uttered n great cry nnd went : nml ""Mrlls hefore nddlnp. "you'll ju
to meet them, but the Koldler roiihl 1 1,c wastln" tnm .
move liothlnK save, hl lips and stoo.1 j ''" '"J-1-"1 "1' '"' henenth hi"
dared nnd dlMtpllevlng. He saw them
dimly rniiilnR toward hint and heard
Polpon'a voice n If at n prpat distance;
snw that thp rrpnphmnn's eyes were
upon him nnd that his words were dl-
rwiiwl in lilm
rectiil to lilm,
"1 bring her Irnck to you, m'sleu'l" 1
Doret laid Necla's hauil In that of
her lover, nnd llurrell b.iw her smil
ing shyly up nt hhn. Something grip
ped lilm chokingly, nml he could utter
uo sound. There was nothing to say.
She was here, safe, smiling; that was
all. And the girl, beholding the glory
In Mi eyes, understood.
)' lie caught her avtay from him then
and burlcTl her In his arms.
A woman came running Into the
store mid, seeing the group, paused nt
the door a shapeless, silent, Rhawtisl
II en re In silhouette against the day.
The trader brought the girl to her fos
ter mother, who liegnu to talk In her
own tongue with n rapidity none of
them had ei.er heard before, her voice
as tender ns some wild bird's song.
Then the two wompii went nwny to
gether n round the store Into the house.
Poleon hud told Neela nil the nmnzlng
story that had come to lilm that dire
ful night, nil that he had overheard,
nil Hint he knew nnd much that he
The priest cume Into the store short
ly, nnd the men fell upon lilm for In
formation, for nothing was to be
gained from Poleon, who seemed
strangely fagged and weary nnd who
had said but Utile.
"Yes, yes. yes!" lninhwl Father liar
num. "I'll tell yen nil 1 know, of
course, Imt first 1 inut meet Lieuten
ant llurrell and lake lilm by lh"liniid."
The story did not Ini-e In Ills telling,
particularly when In-1 nme to I'e'crlb'
the light on the grivel I nr whl h 110
man had seen and of which Poleon
had told lilm little, but the gord priest
was of n mil I tu 11 1 turn, and his blue
eyes glittered nnd flashed like an old
"It was n wondroiH eomb.it," ho dp
flared, with nil Hip spirit of a specta
tor, Ufcr I'oleoifndviiiufd barehanded
ami lie.it lilm down even ns the man
fired Into his face."
The Frenchman moved uneasily.
"Wnnl, I don" know. He nln' fight o
"Yon couldn't find 110 trace-of lilm?"
"No trace whatever." Father "Mar
mini replied, "but he will surely reach
some place of refuge where we can
phk lilm up, for the ilnys are still ml'd
and the wools full of 1 errhs."
"I'll be on thp lookout for lilm," s.ild
the lieutenant grimly.
When the voluble old 1 rlest had nt
last exhausted Ids narrative he re
quested r llurrell tho prhl'pjp. of it
few wordi nnd drew him apart from
the others. Ills faeo was worm with
"I had n long converallon with my
little girl, for sho Is like a daughter to
me, and I dlscoered the depth of her
love for you. I)u jou love her ns much
as you should!"
"ABiuuchns lean. They don't make
wonls or numbers big enough to tell
you how dear she Is to me."
Then why delay? Tomorrow I leave
again, mid one never knows what a
day mat-lirlti" forth"
"lint Htarkf the 'young mm. cried.
"He's her father, you know. He's like Tnl,p trembled, but after n pnuso he
a madinan. mid she's still under age." ! ontlnuedi "They nilthcr of them un
"I know tery little of law outside of ' derslnnd what you've done for them,
the church," the father observed; "but, 'or It was you that brought her back,
ns I understand It. If she marries be. -hit some time they'll leirn how great
fore be forbids her the law will hold
him powerless. Now, he has never
made himself known to her, be has
never forbidden her anything, nnd, ul
though my conclusion may not be cor
rect, I believe It Is, nnd you have 11
chance It you tiinkc baste. At your
age, my boy, I never needed a spur."
"A spur? (lood Lord! I'm from
"Once she Is yours before (led your
hold will be stronger In the eyes of
men. If I am wrong nnd lie takes her
from you well, limy some other priest
rowed jou two. 1 shan't."
"Don't worry," laughed llurrell,
ablnio nt the thought. "You'ro the
only preacher who'll kiss my bride,
fur I'm a Jealous man, and nil tho
Shirks mid all the fathers In the world
won't gel her nwuy from me. Io you
think she'll do It?"
"A woman In lote will do anything."
llurrell selred the little man by tho
hand, "If I had known more law you
needn't have given me this hint."
Together they went Into the trader's
Hack In tho store there was slleuco
after the pi lest nnd the soldier went
out. which (lule broku at last!
TWi f Jrw-fet talk UloU rigut, 5
suppose, Tnif I tvnni friiiiiifiiii."" "
"We'll Kit lilm, too." growled Lee, at
which I'oipnn utlprcil a curt exclaim
"Why not?" mild Hip miner.
"Wiinl." the rnniidhin rtmwlpl slow
ly, then i.1Ued to light Hip ilgnrettc
In. Iiml liillpil In n till of wrnntilmr n.n
PT, IlllialCll tllP miinkc ijppply td HlP
thnteli of lirow nml nfkrd quietly
"Yon 'inpinhpr story I tol' you wan I
day two, I'rep inoiit' aso." Polpon re- '
""''". wiih npparent pvyion. nonl 1
'.Tolinny Plntt 'nt I hPlrh nn dp l'or- 1
rupllie nit et up by skfeter l.ngsV
"I do," niiswercd U.ile.
"Wnal"-he met thlr ejc square
ly, then drew nnolher long breath
from his elsiirette "I'm Jus" hopln'
nobedy don pick It up dli ltunnton
Mlcr de same way. Mtbtc dey fin
hee ban's tie" bchln" Mm wlf piece of
"(lend Ocdt" irlid tin trader, start
ing in bis feci. "You you"
'Of course I'm Jus' 'posln lie w:i
feel purty good w'eti I ItT. He was
feel so gm.d I tak' bees icat for keep
In' off dein bugs from nie, blccnue I
Icf It my own Bhlrt on de ennoe. He
nice feller dnt way. He glie up easy.
Ha gosb. I never see worse p'nee for
sheet era r
dale fell silent, and "No free!." av
began to swear In little, useless, Inef
feetlie o.it lis, which were but two
ways of showing similar emotions.
Then the former stepped up nnd laid
a big hand upon Poleon V shoulder.
"That sales ns quite n trip." be said.
Father Itanium found Hie three still
tnll.liii In the store when lieliml tin
Ishcd nn hour's counsel ilth Neila. mi
came Mralght to the point. It was
work lint delighted Ids soul, for he
loved the gill mid had formed 11 strong
admiration for llurrell.
Thp prlet returned to Xeeli afier
giving directions about I lie wedding
Icnilii-.- Hie trader nml Poleon alone
"1 s'pose It's best," said the former
"Ile.lts the dell e, though, how
things work out. don't It?"
"I'm glad for fee i!l day." said the
French 111.1 it. "He's tmil 111.111. an' lie
nln' net, it gulif in hurt her none."
He paused. "Here's Jus' wan I'lng I
nnut for ark It of iim. .lohu. You
member dat diy no stop on de lilr-li
grove 1111" jui spl'.: 'Imiit her an' tol'
me doe story 'built hei uvder. Wnal
I was dreaniln' I'm tan'. 10 I'm goln'
nsk It you row don' never tell her
w'at I said."
"Doesn't she know, my loyl"
"No. I nln' net or tpoke 'iout U.vo.
Hhe I'lnks I'm broiler wlf her, nn'
dat's w'at I am, ha g.ir'" lie eoiild
not hold Ids voli e eien It broke with
him -but he nvolilid the old man's
gaze. Hale took lilm by tin- shoulders.
"There nln't nothing m rru ! In tin
world ns a gentlewoman." snld be.
"but she wnuldn'Lhuil Jiti fir all the
world, Poleon; on'y the b'n-e of th'H
other thing has blinded b-r. She cin't
'see nothing for the light of this new
loe of hers."
"I know! D.it's w'y
niibnily nndcr -
Stan's but you an' me
(idle looked out thn-iwh th open
door, pnst the sunlit river wlileh eaui"
from n laud of mystery and uinh'iril
Into 11 t alley of forget full er., past the
forest and the hills. In Ids deep let
!.-. .....a ..... .. .
"n " "K"1 ot wonurous love ni'i
I1""1 llvl with lilm the-e nnuy tveiry
years, nnd Bad: ,,
"-Nohedy else can uiiderHiind but
! "' 1 know how It Is. I hid even ..
I harder thing to heir, for joii'II know
happy nt least, while r- Ills
.Ihelr debt It nnd thank you. It'll tnke
' file, it cm ra nml I ,nn Imuni-n. n,w1
- ,,.... ...... ...-..-, ........... ......
when they do they'll tellkthilr billies
of you, Poleon, so that yoilr name will
never die. I loved her mother, but I
don't think I could have done what
"She's inirty hnid t'lng, for sure, but
I Mill Finis 'bout Poleon Doret none
w'en I'm doln' It. No; I'm t'lnk 'bout
her nil de tarn". She's HT gal, an' I'm
beeg, strong feller w'at don' mnttcr
much an' w'at nlu' know much, 'cop
slngln" an' lot In' her. I'm i-ce for Bum
now dat I nln' lit for her. I'm beeg,
rough, flghtln' feller w'at inn't rend,
an' she's de beam of sunlight tt'ut blln'
"If I was a fun 1 I'd say you'd forget
111 time, but I've lliul my lite In the
open, and I kuow you won't. 1 didn't."
"I don' want to forget!" the brown
man cried hurriedly. "I.e bou Dleu
would not let me forget. It's nil I've
got to keep wit' me w'en I'm lookln'
for...... "tii'tv iauiitree. .
(To Be Continued)
The Industrial Edition of the
'r,,,!.- TtnlleHn wranne.l
tE vf V K 111 n .' r."nn?a
eaty for '... 50 r,s t B u 1
1 e t i n olllce
It's TJp to You
to say whether you
will continue to suffer
from STOMACH AND
BOWEL ILLS or adopt
the successful plan of
thousands of others
and TAKE H0STET
TER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS. Be wise today,
for delay only aRqra
vatcs nutters. This
well known remedy is
excellent for POOR
For sale by Ilcuson Smith & Co .
Ltd HnlllMer Drug Co l.'i' .
t'hnmlers I) ug Co Ltd Illlo I)' ug
Co nnd nt all hole-ale l.lqnor
On Sunday morning next the I'hkrs
team will try conclusions tilth Yleirn'i
Invincible nnd 11 close exclllng gani"
Is expected to be pulled o0" at Anl.i
I'ntk. The Invincibles hate won evur.i
gume they have played to far. uiid lire
contlilent that they can put It all over
the dry guoda bunch nt the liischall
Quite n lot of cluilleiiKes me reach
lug Mr Vleira, and he In llsurlng out
how hi cuu accommodate all the lamb
that are coming up for slaughter. Sun
day's game will be 11 much closer mi"
than that ngalnst tho Yokohama bulk,
which was twin by the Invincibles bu
The Uuo-iip of tiolh tcims will bo ns
lollotts: Willi, Nichols Ah Toon, c
Toney Midelros, p.: A K Vlerr 1, lb .
Will Jfinlin. 'ill ; K. I. Andrew. 3b , S
llnnn, ss.: Kenneth. If.; Kddle livnshl
In. cr.; S. flunii. if nml Mori Sukl Pet
irhon, subs. Khleiii Kruest Fnos. e .
Manuel Phillip, p.; Mike Soma, lb .
i:. M. Clicallinm. 2b.: J. P. Itigo, cf .
Chas. Klnforil, If.: .las. Amu, if, V
Marks, 3li ; Nlsliliuiiia ss.: II Knpul.i
and W. Tlmkee. subs J. V. IVriundez
is enptaln nnd J. f Slim nuiiiager of
Theie is talk of n meich.ints' lengie
being formed mill It Mould appear to
1 1)0 KlKll ,ion
too. There are quite
n number of players who do not be
long to one of the larger clubs mid It
would give the game u boost 10 have a
few more leagues under wa.t .
:: :: a
The entiled news that SI lies bus
won the $10,000 Intel 11.1t loual Mar
athon line. In two hours and foit
four minutes, is not muiii of n sur
prise In most followers of long-dls-Innie
e1 1 ills. Tho Frenchman
shuti'trd a taste of his nunlltt 11 little
while line when Itn nut Itwiht fir!
his opponents oft his feet In 11 twenty-six
mile rnie. Slncu then he has
been doing grout work on the run
ning nark, nml nt present there does
I ""l "Ppeir to be n man cap.iblo of.
I extending III in to his utmost. Still.
snmo da.t, 11 new htar will appear on
' the s-eue. and nt once will bu lie-
e'almed a world beater after he has
put It all over St. Ives and com
imni Shi'iibb. Hie Fiicllshinnii.
,,,, , ,P t of bis element In unj
L.U m)1 UtecI1 ,,. , un(.tll bllt
'up u, that dlstunco is undoubtedly
1 . . .
" ? ,r ,l";n ;. , '' ""I,II11
""eicstlng to teo how tne otlici men
Joll ".'"k.."." B",l,rt lllm i,u'r hls
Additional Sports on Page 8
Kvvit the Hi e goer that was at tho
Orphemu hist night nnd who knows
what Is what will ugrio that the l.lle
fouls gate 11 stu'll performance of "A
Texas Steer ' Theie was not it mo
ment In ihe font long nets that you
tveie not t hoi nughly enjoying jmusolf
If Chailc llnvt had been ill the Or
pheum he (oiild not find 11 belter Hussy
than .Mat tie l.loyd l.tico, jind Old Mini
Ilraiider In "m hands of Claioucu Fer
guson would make him tuts of warm
f 1 lends If lie was plalng tho putt In
Texas, tvheie they know, Oeorgo Hor
nundcz was light under tho wire with
his coloied politician. Another char
actcr pnrt tint deserves esjieclal men
Hon Is Lawrence Fiiilenvood's Colonel
Pepper "A Texns 8teer" will be the
bill for tonight Toinoi row alterniKiu
theie Is a special children's inullnee
when "Cinderella" is Ihe offering Th
prices 1011101 lott me leu OentH for
ichool children and twenty llto cent:
for adults to .in pint of the house To
moi row night will witness 11 pioduc
Hon of Krnest Luuiwm'H ruiitl coined)
dr.uuu, "Fnim to Factor)." Se-itn 111
now 011 sale.
The Weekly Tdltlon of the Evening
Bulletin ojves a complete cuiAinnry o
the news of the day, '
WANTED "j TO LET
Aaverlitcnicnts Under this HeaJlog
One Cent Per Vord Lach Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
In 11 r11111i111111.1l lio'iiv a llmt eliiHH
; liookki ipi r tor 11 w rni.ini'iit n-j
poiilile islilnii Adiln ss A Y.i
lew iiistnnieis neaiby for pure
mli'i fioni a small herd of henllhy.
well fol uiws Apply 1837 Col-1
1-T.o Et 4291-ir
i;vrrbinl) to in. ike aioncy by plant
ing luioiinuts. Inquire for plants, 1
llo 'U l.lliue. Knii.il. t:uo-if ;
Fcni.ile water k unlet.
Aildiess . ltii.l" In
Clean wiping r:Kt at the llulletln at.
lit moling Chinese, lii olllce or store;
unile.iHi.uids bookkeeping; expert
clued, coiintiv no objection. Ad
diiss "X ." llulletln. 42KS-101
II) a 1 tiling I. id), position In olllce i
elellenl work of any kind Hood ret-
erences. Aildiess (!. I, llulletln'
Purse containing money; Under re
turn tji this olllco and iccelte re -
ward. 4301 tit
ChleUen houses and qunntlty of poul-
tr.t wile. M V, llulletln 1(17-It
A Due OHUMAN VIOI.IN. Stradlvar-
lout pattern, has been used many
years. Fur particulars address 11.
KAIII., German School and Church.
20,000 Cocoaniits Just arrived on
Khooncr CoiiLord, from Funning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. P. O.
Ilox 527. 4285-tf
GEARY STREEF ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUSr OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A. DAY UP
A new down town hotel. Sloel and
brick itructuro. Furnished at a cost o(
$150,000. Eierj comfort and comenl
ence. On car lines transferring to all
paits ol city. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
A full line of the best pa
per for all kinds of newspa
per and job work.
in great variety, Wc have
also a big supply of good,
Hawaiian News Co.,
PIONEER PAPER HOUSE.
WAH CH0NG CO.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. HOTEL ST.
We have foi sale tho I Si 1 ltatig'
sle I to !i ft . Ilildge i Ileach
"Siipnilur Stoves," Qub U Mc.il
and I'l-i feillini 1 II stm ei. Fiun
ei' i Itrollei , (''imp all t liiini.tii
I ne-, Phone :-ll IiMMCLl I'll
1 A: CO, I.TH., II.". King 3L
Advertisements IjnBer this He.-vllno
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsements Inserted for Less Tfan
1 Ten Cents.
Ai tlif end ul mi inn on the beach.
fiiinlrhed Imusi' fmu bpil-room.
1 eli'Llili llfSlil.- AddiesH "N,"
j 11 II I let in utile c
Newly furnished nmms rinse In; pIcp
trlc light and ninulnB water In
I each room. No. 73 So. llorelnnla
CottiiRe of six rooms, R nnd clur-
trlc light: nice Rnri.-n. n-ni rea
sonable. Inqulro ll"i" t'nlon St.
lllnrk dilvlng mure, suney mid I1111
nesB In good eondltlon Cheap
for cash. Address C, llul'elln.
Furnished rooms - Also housekeep
ing rooms. Apply 23(1 King st .
bet. Ahikln nnd Itlcliards. I3bj tt
Neatly furnished, mosqitlto-pront
room, with board. Tel. 1333; Nos,
719-r.O. Ueretanla St. 4272-lf
Furnished sillto of looms, with,
board; hot and cold water. 101'.'
Ueretanla Ate. 428r.-tt
l'lve-iooni uittnge; plniin mill fur
nishings for snlo cheap. Address
M., llulletln. I30fi-5t
Well-furnlshcd housekeeping rooni3,
I lino view. Apply 706 Quarry HI.,
Four furnished rooms, with board
Two with dressing mom.
Two furnished rooms.
1071 A I.lko-
I like St
near Camiibell Lane.
! Two furnished rooms
I). McConnell. 1223
Furnished inttnge'ln town Inqulio
Cottage Oiove Phone 10S7
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