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EVENINO 11UM..F.TIN. flONOUJLO, T. II., WKDNttSllAY t Y 12 1909
11 1 IN HKKK KK ITJKY Y
J. 3 Byrne, for eight yean employed
In the Mctropolllim Meat Com
Jiiniy Limited, in. itH collector, lins
established ii ill" t ln agency nt
Hikiiii 11 Ciitnplicll liiwk Merchant
street Honolulu. Itcrcrcnre (1.
.1 Wnller. 1292-lm
Dr.lSchurmann. Houn 8-0 a. a.;
3-0 p. m. 224 Emma Square.
For 'Wnlnnne, Wntalua, Kahuku and
Wny Stations 9. IB a. m.. 3:20 p. m.
For Tear) City, Kwa Mill nnd Way
Stations 17.30 .. in., 9:15 a. m..
11:05 a. m., 2.15 p. in., '320 p. m.,1
5:lG p. iu t9:30 p. m.. UlrOO p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:1B a. m. and
A? 1 5 p. ra. j
Arrlvo Honolulu rrom Kahuku,
AVnlalua and Walimao S:3G a. m.,
..5:31 p. m.
Arrlie In Honolulu from Ewa, Mill
and ronrl City 17: IS n. in., S:3ii
u. m., 'lO; a. in., !: 10 p. m M:3l
Ji in., Vital p. in. 7:3n p. m.
ArrlvV) Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 n. m. nnd D:31 p. n..
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Ilnlclwn. I.lmllcd. a two-hour
train (only first class tickets hoo
orod), leaves Honolulu oiory Sunday
nt 8:22 a m.j returning, arrives In
Honnjulu nt 10:10 p. m. The Limited
Htojyi only at Pearl City and Wulanne
O. P. DKNISON. K. C. SMITH.
.Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street M&rket. Tel. 288
Y0UNO TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATTON serve you.
.COR, HOTEL and NUUANU.
manufactured from purs distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Delivered to residences
nnd offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
I Orpheum Saloon,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
4Driitn Kfrnf TTnnnlnln
m. Phillips & Co.
VWholesale Importers and Jabbers
AMERICAN CRY GOODS.
FORT and CL'fC.v: 8T8.
S S. SA1K1-,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
'icturc Framing a Specialty,
563 S. BEBETANIA ST,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
'':.. 'i Improved and Modern SUGAR MA-
3CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Holler worK
pjii KiviiiiiJ nrhs tor irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention naid to JOB WORK, and re-
Slfairs executed at shortest notice.
AMI im huh 1'iAnon.
HAYErt PIANO CQt
K( HOTRI. UTRKUT.
, TTJNINO QU HANTERD.
' - i i i jb
REPAIBINQ. ( l
'Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
I the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 12G0 Alapal St. Telephone
I 635. 3945-tt
Tee Sing Kee-Plumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Ilutol and I'auahl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phono 18S.
Is the time to begin saving.
Many who have recently
begun to save have very sub
stantial accounts with us,
drawing interest nt the rate
of 41j per cent a year.
You could do as well. A
year's saving of odd dimes
and nickels would give you a
start in life.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furniture, Iron Beds,
Coyne Furniture Co.,
BISHOP STBEET. HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
BENNY & CO., Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12G0 Fort St. Phone 483.
CALL AND HEAR IT
BER0STR0M MUSIC Co., Ltd.
For Beautiful Millinery
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STBEET.
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, itc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU: PH0NF. 310.
185 editorial rooms UfJG busi
ness Uflce. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
C0miSHT.1908.BY HARPER BnOTrtElU
"VoTi'ro mil goln' fo look fur t li:l t
'new country' any more." Onlc replied
"Tndn," said Ihe other quietly,
"dli aiTcriionn. lie blood In me Is
eallln' for travel, Joint. I'm Ihla' here
on ills plnec Hi i- year ON fall, an' dat's
long tain' for loyngeur. I'm hungry
for hear de n In de woods an' Ue
moose blow at sundown. 1 want for
sec the cnmpflre t'rough de brush w'en
I romc from trap de fox au' detn little
wild feller. I want lo smell smoke In
dc dusk. My nor I; she'a finish here,
fo I'm paddle an ay (winy, an' I'll tin'
tint place dls tain', for sure. Hhc'it
over dcre." He raised his long arm
and pointed to the dim mountains that
hid the valley qf the Koyukuk, the ml
ley that railed good men and strong
year uftor year nnd took them to It
self. "llnve you heard the news from the
creeks? Your claims are blunks. Your
men have, quit."
The Frenchman shook tils head sad
ly, then smlled-n wistful little smile.
, lllltl BWlim-u lllll Mlliv DUUIU. ,
"Waal, lfa better I lose dan you or
Kee'a. I nln dc lucky kin', dat's all,
an', nffer all, w'at Rood to me Is rlcho
gi 1' mine) I nln' (rot r,0 IISP for money
They stood In the doorway together,
two rugged, stalwart figures, different
In blood and birth nnd every othr
thing, yet brothers withal whom the
ebb and flow of the far places had
thrown together and now drew apart
again. And they were sad, these two,
for their love was deeper than corner
to other people, nnd tbey knew this
was farewell, so they remained thus
Idc by side, two dumb, sorrowful men,
until they were addressed by n person
who hurried from the town.
He came ns an apparition bearlnff
the voice of "No (.'reek" I.ee, the- mtn
Ing king, but In no other way showing
sign or symbol of their old friend. Ita
style of faco and curious outfit were
utterly foreign to the miner, for tie
had been bearded 11 I'h the robust, un
kempt growth of many years, tanned
to a leathery hue an.l garbed peraa-
ilally In the habit of n arnreerow,
r.hllo this creaturo was slimed and
illpped nnd currlul, and the clothes It
ttood up In were of many startling
hues. Its fnee was sernped so clean of
11 hlikers as to be u pallid white, but
lack of adornment ended nt this point,
and the rest was overladen wondrous
ly, ulille from the renter of the half
brown, half white face the long, red
nose of I.ee ran out. Ileslde It rolled
his lonesome eye, alive with excite
ment. lie (nine up with a strut. Illumining
the landscape, and Inquired:
"Well, how do 1 look'"
"I'm darned it I know," said Ralo.
"Hut It's plumb unusual."
"These hero shoes leak," said tho
spectacle, pulling up liN buggy trou
sers to display his Ian footgear, "bo
cause they was made for dry goln'.
That's why they left the tops off, but
they've got n nice, henllhy color, nln't
they? Ah a whole. It seems lo me I'm
sort of nifty. Hut I'm a plain man,
without conceit. Now let m proceed
with the obsequies."
It was n vry simple, unpretentious
ceremony that took place lnlde tho
long, low house, of logs, aud yet It was
A fclaakctf d man upon n ftrftcnrr car
ried by a doctor nnd 11 prlrsl.
n wonderful thing to the dark, shy
mold who hearkened so breathlessly
beside the mnn she had slnuled out.
When they had done be turned and
took her ruvpreutly In bis nruis nnd
kissed her beforo them all. Then she
went and stood beside Ciulo and the
red wife who was no wife and Bald
"I am very Jiappy."
The old man stooped and for the
first tlmo In licr memory pressed his
lips. ,to hers, then wcut out Into tho
sunlight, .wlicro he might bo alono
'with liliiipe.lt nnd tho memory of that
Tn llrst wurd of the wedding wan
borno by 1'atber Iluruum, who went
nloiiu to tho cublu when' the K'rl's fa
ther luy, entering with trupldatlon.
Hit was (Ju-ru 11 long time nloue with
Kitirlc.'iiiiil w"licii"Ii""reltirtie7l T0TI11I. - ,
homo he would answer no qnellin-
"He Is n Ptrnnge man, a wonderful
ly strange man nnrepentniit nn.i
wicked, lint I enn't tell you what he
wild, llnie n little patience nnd jmi
will rooii know."
The mnll Imiii, which Imd arrived nn '
hour after the mission boat, was renclv
to continue Its run when Just ns ir
blew 11 warning blast down the stni t
of the c-iimp ramo n procession
strange for this land that men stop
mi 1 ma ,.,,. ...... .. ,
ped. eyed It curiously and whispered auuns, mhw ..., ,,..,i u. ,..
nmnnir themselves. It was 11 blanket llOUSC.
ed man iiion n stretcher, carried by n
doctor ami n priest. The face g
mtlfllcd so that the Idlers could n
make It out, and when I hey Itiqnlrid
they reoelred no nnswer from the cur
Tiers, n ho pursued their course lin
passively down the rtinwny to the wn
tor's edge and up the gangplank to tin1
deck, When the boat had gone and the
last faint cough of Its towering Btnck
had died nivny Father Itanium tur 1
,0 "" I"'"l!,:
"lie has gone nway, tiot for n day
but for all time. Ito Is n strange man.
nnd some thing' bo said I could not
understand. At first 1 feared greatly
for when I told lilm what had occur
tcd-of Nccla's return and of her
marriage bo became so enraged I
thought ho would burst open his
wounds and die from his very fury
Hut t talked a long, long time with
him, and gradually I came lo know
nomcwhnt of his queer, disordered
soul. Ho could not bring himself to
faco defeat In tho eyes of men or to
see the knowjedgo of It In their bear
Ing. Therefore he tied He told me
that he would be a hunted iinlmnl nil
his life, that thiMicws of hl whipping
would trnvel ahead of him and that
his enemies would sear Ii him out to
talc advantage of him. He said Ihe
only decent thing he could or would
do was to leavo the d.iu:hliT he had
never known to that h.ipplne he hjd
nover expcrlemcil and wished me to
tell her that she was lery much like
her mother, who was the best woman
In the world."
THE I. Ml Ol TIIK nnlAP.
IIIUli: were mingled rejoicing
nnd lamentation In the house
hold of John Unto this after
noon. Molly nnd Johuny were
In the throes of nil inerwlie!mltig sor
row the nolw of wliMi might be heard
from the birrn-ks to the Indian vil
lage. Th".r wer." sparing of tears, as
n inle, but ulici they did give way to
woe they published It abroad, yelling
wllh utter ibnniloii. their black eyes
puckered up, iVcir mouths distended
Inio iqu.ires. from which came such
n mrennre of round as to rack the can
nnrt burden the r.lr heai By with sod-
acsM. Puleoti was golug nway their
own particular rolcuul They hid
found the French L'aiuidl-111 at the rlv
er with their father loading bis canoe,
ami they had Hiked him whither he
fared. When the, meaning of his
words Mruck.hoine tltfy looked nt each
other lu dismay; then, bred 11s they
wore to mask emotion, they Joined
hands and trudged silently back up the
bank with filling eyes and chins
a-qnlver until they gained the rear of
the bouse. Hero they sat down nil for
lorn and began to weep bitterly mid 1 1
an ascending crescendo.
"What's Ihe matter with you lll.ei,
anyhow" Inquired the lieutenant, lie
had always tilled them with n speech
less awe. Ilu was n like man, they
had both agreed long ago, and v-ry
splendid to the eye, but he was noth
ing like I'oleon, who was one of tlin,
only somewhat bigger.
Come, now! Tell me nil about It."
the soldier Insisted, "Has something
happened to the three legged puppy V
Molly denied tho occurrence of any
"Then you've lost the llttlo shiny rifle
that shoots with air?" But Johnny
dispelled this horrible suspicion by
druwlug the formidable weapon out
of the grass behind lilm,
Well, there Isn't anything else bad
enough to en use all this outlay of an
guish. Can't I help you out?"
'I'oleon'a golu' nwuyl" said Johnny
"Now, that's too bad, of course," tho
young man assented. "Hut think what
nice things he'll bring you when he
"Ho nln't coinln' back!" walled the
little girl and, being n woman, yielded
again to her weakness, iiimslmmxl.
Huirell tried to extract 11 mole de
tailed explanation, but this was as far
as their knowledge ran. So he sought
out tho Canadian nnd found lilm with
Onle lp the store, n scanty pllo of food
nnd ammunition on tho counter be
"Poleon," said he, "you're not going
"Yes," said Doret. "I'm takln' UT
"Oh, but yon can't," cried Hurrell
"I I" Ho paused awkwardly, while
down the breeze cumn the lament of
the two llttlo fiulcs. "Well. I feel Just
as tbey do." Hu motioned lu tho dl
rectlou of the Hound. "I wuutc-d you
(or a friend, Doret. 1 Imtu to luat
(To Be Continued)
Week May 10th.
THE P0PULAB FAV0BITES
Presenting a Bcpcrtoire of the Latest
' Dramatic Successes
"From Farm To
Friday and Satutday.
"SHADOWS OF NEW YORK."
"THE AMERICAN GIRL."
Children under ten. 10 cents;
... n- .. , ,,.
Evening prices, 25c . 50c, 75c.
Seats now on sale for all perform
ances. Mrs. A. B. Ingalls,
On Mny 13, at 8 P. M.
At the residence of Oov. Walter F.
Miss Margnrct Clarke Pianist,
Miss Wcrthcmucllcr Pianist.
Rev, Canon Wm, Ault, Baritone,
A TALE OF THE CRUSADERS
AND THE SUICIDAL POET.
Change of program three times a
week Monday, Wednesday anu
Fort Street and Chaplain Lane
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 qnd 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
IATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Tauahi St. near
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
You Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry,
Wc Can Sell You One
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A: R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST.
For Golf and Good Living
St. Clair Bidgood Manager.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
6 - CENT CIGAR
M. A. Gnust & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
luiniiill.iielv .1 voting man bit men
nge of Hi mid 20 )eais, fm -imk
1 lei 1, and inllector; niui w. 1 1 1 1
good h.ind Appli In own Ii nid
iwlilng. with lefcrencex, to V O j
llox 1ST. I !" .'t
lly a commercial huim- a flrtt cl.i
bookkeeper, foi u x-riuaiict)t. 1
hpoulile position. Address A.
A few customers iieuilij for puro
milk fioui n small heid nt health) ,
well-fed lows. A1111U 1S37 Col
lege St. 4292-tf
Everybody to make money by plant
lt U4VIIV J J IUU k
Inquire for plants, .
llox 102 l.llmc,
1'eniale water p.inlel. State pi Ice.
Address V. Iltlllelln. I30j-3t
Clean wiping rags at the Dulletln of
lly oimg Chinese, In ofllce or store;
tindeist.imlH bookkeeping; experi
enced; country no objection. Ad
dress "X.," Dulletln. 429S-101
llv a young hul position In ofllce. or
clerical work of any kind O001I ref
eicnccs. Address C. I), llullutln
I'll rue contnliilng money; Under re
turn to this olllce nnd lecelvc re
ward. 1301 lit
lllncl, drlilng mare, surr. and liar
ness All in good condition
Cheap for cash. Address C, II11I
A lino (IIIHMAN VIOLIN, Stradlvar-
lous pattern, has been used many ,
cars. Tor particulars address U.
KAIIL, Ccrmnn School and Church
20,000 Cocounuts Just arrived on
schooner Concord, from Hinnlng
Island. Miller Salvage Co. I O.
llox 527. 4280-tf
Chicken houses nnd quantity of poul
try wire. M. V., llullctln. 107-31
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.
OITICl-i HOl'ltS-A. M: 8:30 to
10 30 (S.iturda) and Sunday except
ed 1; Sunday. U-.iO to 11 .10. 1, M :
7 to 8; Satulday. 2 to 3 and 7 to K
At (!oi eminent Illspcnsaiy, 1:30 to
J. 30 p in. (Saturday excepted); Sat
unlay, 'J lo 10 a. III.
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Bolls and Buns Fresh every mora
ine. WAH CHONG CO.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
Shirts, Collars and Cuffs well done
at reasonable prices at the
J. Abadic, Prop.
BAKED PORK AND BEANS
BOSTON BROWN BBEAD
Leave Orders A Day in Advance
1120 Tort St.
Advertisements Under hu Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Dj No Ad
vertisements Inserted (or Lets Than
At the end of car Urn mi i'h ln-.nh,
furnished house, fo-i ii. ilinom
electric light Alo-i N
Ii 11 1 1 e 1 1 n olllce.
Newly furnished rooms close In elec
tric light nnd running wnter in
each 100m. No. 73 So. lloretanla
8t. ' 4280-tf
Cottagi) of six rooms; ga nnd ek -
irlc light; nice garden; rent re.i-
smiahle. Inqulie IK, 7 Union St.
I'm ni hed rooms
- Also linusekeop-
lug 1 minis. Apply 230 King St..
bet Miiklu and Itlchnids. 4303-tf
Neatly furnished, tnosqulto-proof
room, with board. Tel. 1333; Nos.
7lJ-5n, llcretanla St. JITI-tf
rurnlshed sulto of rooms, with
board; hot nnd cold wutor. 10IJ
Herctonlu Aic. 42S5-tf
rive-room collage; piano nnd fur
nishings for sato cheap. Address
M., Bulletin. I30G-.M
Well-furnished housekeeping rooms,
fine view. Apply 70G Quurrv St ,
cor. Alapal. 4.i-ii
Pour furnished rooms, with board.
Two with dressing room. 10C0 llcr
etanla Ave. -llSJ-tf
Two furnished rooms. 1071 A I.lko
Uko St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished rooms. Apply .Mrs.
I). McConnoll, 1223 i:mma St.
rurnlshed cottagi In town Inquiio
Cottage (iioie. I'lnni'- His"
rurnlshed inttuge on WulkiM In-lit li.
Address S, Ilulletiu UUS-tf.
lllunk tiiHik-. of ,1
(te , manur.ii tun I
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