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TJVnNINO nUIXETlN. HONOLULU, T. 1I Tlit'HHDAY MAY 13 1l
"-'' jLi . i I ... - -
J. J Byrne for eight years employed
i I ho Mi imp1' I'nii Mint Com-1
pnnv, l.lniltril. iim ii- coll-, tor, has .
established ii (iillnillnu iiRcnr ut
Itiunn It Campbell block, Mnicliulit
street, llmiiiliiiii ltotcronce (I. I
.1. WnlliM. i2'2-im
Dr. Schurmnnn. Hours 8-9 n. ta.;
3-0 p. in. 224 Emma Square.
Tor Wal.inne, Walalua. Knhukti and
Way St.itlonH-9-ir. il in , n.2i) p. m.
For l'carl City. Ilw.i Mill nnd Way
Stations 17-30 .1, in.. 0-15 u. in.,
11:05 n. in., -II li. m 320 p. in.,
5: ID p in.. 19 30 p. in. Nl'00 p. ui.
Tor Wnlilaha !I:1C jj, iu. and
5:15 p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu rrom Kahuku,
Walnln.i nml Wulaine 3:36 a. in,
..5:31 n. in
Arrlvo In Honolulu from Hiva Mill
and I'earl City -$7'4fi a. m., S:3ii
li. in., 10-3S n. in. ! 40 p. in., M:3I
p III , 5 31 p in , 7 30 p III.
ArilM) Honolulu (rum Wahlawa
8:3C a. m. and 6:31 p. n..
t fix. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The llalolwa Limited, n two hour
train (only IHEt-ivins tickets hon-
oreil). lentes Honoltilii rtcry Sunday
nt 8 22 n in.; retu nlng unites III
Honolulu m ID-10 p in The Limited
btopx only ut iv-irl Cll) mid Walanne
O I'. DKNIHON f n SMITH. !
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Tresli Butter and Cheese.
King Street Mtrket. Tel. 2bo
YOUNO TIM. Manager.
The Encore Saloon
Try fl drink at the new place and
have MIKE PATT0N serve you.
COR. i!0TL and NUUANU
manufactured froiii pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHl! iCE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
V. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
in town the
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Pjfci.iips & Co.
Wholesale Importer, and Jobber.
AMERICAN L'RY QOOD3
FORT and CL'l CK 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framinir ft Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nnd Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
md RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
ms fir' iiyraxsanxxsnsumaaui
,' AND urilKlt 1'IANOa.
,' ThAYE 1 PIANO CO.
1 It HOTEL HTHKBT.
) Phone 118
fgffTi r"t'"??"a """ l ' .irssain'
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at i
the l'uctorv Honolulu wire lied!
Co., 1260 Alnpat St. Telephone
fi.15. 3941-tf '
Tee Sing Kee--Plumbcr itnd Tinsmith,
Smith St., bot. Hotel nnd I'aunbl.
Bulletin Business Office. Phone 250.
'Bulletin Editorial Room Phoirt 185.
Is the time to begin saving.
Many who have recently
begun to save liavc very sub
stantial accounts with, us,
drawing interest at the rate
of 4ls fcr cent a year.
You could do as well. A
year's saving of odd dimes
and nickels would give you a
statt in life.
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital & Surplus $1,000,000.
Furnilure, Iron Bids,
Coyne Farniture Co.,
BISHOP STREET. HONOLULU.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 371. 122 King St.
& Li), Ltd.,
AGENTS FOR THE
12GC Fort St
CALL AND HEAR IT .
EEr.C3TR0M MUSIC Go., 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
Mnrtpapes. Deeds. Bills of Sale.
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the I
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
185 editorial rooms 250 husi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
JfuJlJ tlonoiuiu. Tti
f T IIUBJ k MPW-
I oln' nqur Ltt In) .u'lsfy yet.
riu bass on nil He nun piss on
Mcbbe dls trip I I'.n' de pint i- '
"I'm Mirry bec.iu o t oil. I'm a s -If 1
loll bort uf cuss mid '- I uriell pulled
up lilushlugli, wl li ii ilioi g luin'H dls-
piny uf shame at lilt own emotion. "I
owe nil my happiness to you, old man.
1 can't thank you iiclth t of us can.
Wo khall ucs it llc long enough for
that. Hut you mustn't pi ullhout know-
Ing that I feel more than I'll ever lme
word to nay."
He wan making It very hard for the
I'rctK lunan, whose luart wan aching
already with a dull, unending 'pulu.
And then, an If he were not tried buIU
leutly, the girl herself mine flying In.
"What's this I heart" she cried. "Al
lium tells me" She 'aw the telltale
pile on the counter, and her face grew
white. "Then It's true? Oh, I'oleoiit"
He mulled aud spoke cheerily "Yen.
I boon t'lnkln"bout dls trip long tain'."
"It's the wanderlust." niurmured
Hurrell to himself. "He'll never rent."
"Whit a child jou are!" cried Necla.
half angrily. "Can't you couijuer that
roving spirit und settle down like u
inunV" She laid her hand on bis iirm
uppeallugly. "HiiU'ii't 1 told you there
Isn't auy 'far country'"
He laughed aloud, for all the world
us If the auu were bright and the fret
for ad future were still Levu In hlin,
then, picking up his bundle, xald
"Dere'a no use urgue wit' Canayen '
man. Mehbe some day I come pad-
die back roun' de ben' down joiider
mi sou hear me sliiglu dose chausou.
Hut now de day Kite's too Hue, de river I
she's laugh too loud, nn de birds she s
slug too purty for Frt'iicheinuu to stop
on shore, ISa gosh. I'm gludl" He
began to hum, u'nl they heard him
singing all the way down to the river
bank as If the spirit of youth mid
hope and gladness were not dead
"Chanle, roialcnot. cliant.'
To! qui a lo toeur gul;
Tu a. If toour a. rlra
Mai J' I' nl-Hl pleurer,
II y a loiKteinps iu J t'almo
JamaUo J no t'oublltral "
("Slnz. little bird, oh, ilns away.
. Yon Kith the "lcr ko llsht and Byl
Yours Is u lieatt that lauKhler cheers.
Mine Is a heart that's full of tsars.
I.OI1IC hae I loed: 1 love her yet
Leave her 1 (.an, tut not forget."
A tuomeut later they heard him ex
postulating with wmi! one nt the wa
ter's edge, ami then a child's treble
ruse on high.
"No, no! I'm goln', too. I'm goln',
"He)' John Oale!" called I'oleon.
"Come 'ere! H.I gosh. ou better hor-
I ty too! 1 tan't hoi' ills feller long!"
I When they appeared on the bauk
jbove him. he continued, "Look 'ere
w'nt I flu' on my batteuu," and held
up the wriggling form of Johnny Gale.
lies stow hlsse f away under deta
blanket. Kaerv! lie's bad feller, dls
man-don' pay for heel ticket at ull ;
he's reg'l.ir toff mug."
It took I he efforts of Xecla mid the
trader combined to tear the lad from
I he rrenehuimi, and eeii then the
foul deed was lueuiiipllshed only at
the cost of Buili wild luilalm mid evi
dence of undying sorrow that little
Molly came hurrying fiom the house, '
her round fine stained und tearful, her
mouth mi Inverted crescent, Rle had
gone to the lame puppy for comfort
nnd now strangled him nbseutmluded-
ly In her arms, clutching him to her
breast so tightly tint his tongue lolled
out and his three legs protruded slttfly,
pnwtng an aimless pantomime. When.
Johnny found that no hope remained
he quelled his demonstrations of emo
tion and, as belli ted a Etout heart!
geutlcniaii of the woods, bore ii dual
present to Ids friend. He took bis lit
tle ulr gun mid giue It Into 1'oleon's
hands ugalust that black night when
the bears would couie, and no mmi
over made it greater sac r I Ike. Doret
picked him up by the elbows und
Llssed him ugalu and again, then bet
hi in down gently, ut which Molly
scrambled forward and without word
or presentation speech gave him her
heart's tit Kt treasure. Shu held out
tho three legged puppy, for a gun nnd
a ilog should ever go together; then,
being of the womaukliid aforesaid, she
began lo cry as she kissed her pet
goodhy ou Its cold, wet nose,
"Wat's dUV" said I'oleon, and his
voice quavered, for these childish fin
gers tore ut his heartstrings terribly.
It..'. ,, .-.... I.-,,., .,!,,. . ...i,i ,i.
little girl. "He will scare de bears
fc w s,t j tvsu s . anps,ivt sv
away!" And then she became dls
solved In teurH ut the anguish her offer
ing cost her.,
The time hud couie for the last good
hy that uwkwanl moment when tin
niau hearts are full and spoken words
are empty. Hurrell gripped tho 1'reuch
man's hand. Ho was grateful, but he
did not know.
Good luck aud better hunting," he
said, "u heavy purtso uud a light heart I
for you always, I'oleon. I have learned
to love you." (
"I waut you to be good buskin',
ui'slcu'. D.it's de lies' t'lng I can wish
(lalo spoku tu him In patois, and ull
he said was: i
"May jou not forget, my son." '
They did not look Into each other's
eyes. There was no need. The old
ra.7 i.tunpt.i nTu.
tiTTlug miih iiih chTI-
iiiru 1 1) tin.- liiind. al
ward tliu house.
"III tain1 I'll lln' It fi
unlktd i-lou ly to-
irnine." mill tl
1'ulenii In Xu 1 1.
Her eyes wire rhlnlng III" -h the
tnirx, mid fhe wlil-pcred frrte ill
"I hope km,
brother. (I'd I
It wai gilef at Icing n iln ite, u
dear and well lu-lntol (oiiipnt.i Ite
l.ni'tv It well, mid he n il id now
that he hud uexer K:ild n woni r lure
to her It lidded to Ills pnl i I nt It
lightened heri, mid ih t Irid r loeii
his wish. He gaud i li li r i"i v I n
moment, taking In llitt LU'im.i inugu
which would OUT lUe Willi hi
'Ootidby. IIT ml." In- iil th.'ii
Urupjied her hand al'd eulind his i-
With one gre.it Hliu.o 1 e i r e It
out and Into the tlntl. tin", i m nl
away towaul the n Is s ii'..d ih if
the distant hills, wheie t.i i-uls
wore calling to him. Ho tin in d for
one List look and Hung his pidd'e
high; then, fearing lit they might nee
the tearn th.it cameut lust unhhuleud,
hi' began to Ming:
"Oliante, luilsriol. elianu
Tot qui n le L-our Kal:
Tu as la ioi'ur a rlre
Mai J' I ul-U pliuivr."
lie euug long and Until' l. pli g
time to the dip of his flushing piddle
and defying his bmstlpg hemi Wler
nil, was he not u oyngeur nml life but
I u sung mid a tear mid then a dr am
, ,,,, , ,,,,, ,. ,. , .,.,
.,,.. BgbeU Muude ,,,. ,,,.
" iojm" siimi' time In ii til In1 utpj)."
watched the receding fi nil of the
"You would hutu lot nl him as wo
do," said Xecl.i, "and ,uu tumid hute
mUsrtl him as wo will "
"1 hope Mimutlme he will be happy,"
I "As happy as you, my MildlerV
"Yes, but that ho can rexer be," said
her husband, "for no iii.m could lotu
as I lote jou."
"lotus Is a heart that lauichter e'teers
Mini) Is a lnult that's full uf tu.ir.
Lung hate I loted; I lotu hri )et
liato her 1 can, but not lorket,"
came the voice of the singer fur donu
Ami thus I'oleon of the great heart
THE SAN FRANCISCO THCATRC.
This latest open air thuatiu with tin
largest Kcieen III town, Is phi) Ing to
very good biiblncss, The films an
oxccllcnt and tho music tcry good
', Changes uro madu three limes u week
In this good weather.
Thiough tho kindness of Senitoi
tleorge C. I'orklns, tin, I'loiuotloii Coin
mltleo Is In receipt of piactleill) the
entire edition of Mr Nettell's repoil
on "Haw II, Its Natural ItcMMircu ami
Opportunities for Homo Making," The
public printer, nt the icipiest of Dele
gate Kalmilauaoh', Is nott i mining off
t ,. , ,... ,
""" t""im ciiuis spi-ciiii) uioerou
..... ...in .1. . .. . .. . .. . .
.w,"ln w " u ,nr" ",,m"l'r , " '"
niOHt vnluahlu lepoit for illstilhullou
Senlcd bids will be rei cited by the
Iloaid of Supervlwirs of the County
uf Kauai, Terrltui) of Hawaii, un
til one o'clock p in. Jul) 7th, 1909,
for furnishing ONII TItACTlON IJN
HINK and TIIIIKK M CADAM-
Sl'IlLWDINC. CAttS. '
Specifications uf same m.i he had
by upplylng t(i J. 11 Morngue,
County Knglneer, Llhue, Knu.il, Tei
rllory of Hawaii, 4309-lOt
It's Up to You
to ny whether you
Mill continue to suffer
from STOMACH AND
BOWEL ILLS or ndopt
the successful plan of
thousands of others
nnd TAKE H0STET
TER'S STOMACH BIT
TERS Be wic today,
for delav only aRcra
vatcs matters. This
well known remedy is
excellent for POOR
Ltd lll i
Co : and m
liensi n Hmlth & Co ,
i Drug Co . Ltd ;
it Co. Ltd . Illlo D'Ug
.ill Wholesale I.lipior
Week Mav 10th.
ti:e popular tavorites
Presenting a Repertoire of the Latest
"From Farm To
Friday nnd Saturday,
"SHADOWS OF NEW YORK."
"THE AMERICAN GIRL."
Children under ten. 10 cents:
pdults, 25 cents to any part of the )
Evening prices, 25c, 30c, 75c.
Seats now on sale for all perform
ances. Mrs. A. B. Ingalls,
On May 13, at 8 P. M.
At the residence of Gov. Walter F.
Miss Margaret Clarke Pianist,
Miss Werthcmueller Pianist.
Rev. Canon Win, Ault, Baritone,
A TALE OF THE CRUSADERS
AND THE SUICIDAL POET.
! of program three times a
Monday, Wednesday and
Tort Street and Chaplain Laue
Open Air Moving
Not an ill-smelling closed auditorium.
ADMISSION 10 and 15 CTS.
Children 5 Cents
The New Open-Air Theatre.
LATEST MOVING PICTURES
Two entrances: Pauahi St. near
Ul Hit M tor UtlDktQTftl
rriuiiuiii cr ulctrttlou
c( in u com lufuilrkoac
0Ut Or pulMOOMI,
iMiU b llrunUlA. I
ClrcuUr ul on rw.uu
the Bulletin oltic;.,
cards on sale at
Vi, i n ,j . w
4JVT Qluuinl u "
ss m rri ubci.
Tollmltiiii Chih tiCo.
ua ctncmssTi.0 .
aW u.s.i, IT
Advert. sciic'its under this HeJjIna
On. Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
vert.sem.nts Inserted for Less Than
I Ten Cents.
llrlt.ng home loi
Its I '
i in 1 or
K . Ilillle-
Wanted Slilith hlghiliss salts-
man to sell I In- moM i n, nihil Hue
uf Ait Ciilendms fui dirtlslug.
Ilialiurni lull (I the most su eess
f ill Call nihil Conipnii) In the t'nll
ed St ites I. Hum in lonlracl
tlle age. ix,eiletiee nnd lefei
rn e The Oilaili-llmkl Co.
4 :o! Mat i, 13. II IV IT -
i.N'eatly furnUlied, mosquito-proof
Immedlutel), a t ung man betwe, n room, with board. Tl. 1333. Xm.
age of IB nml jo jeais, for stoik' 719-60, llerctnnla St. s'STlMf
clerk and uillcittir: must ttilte
irooil Intnl. Aimli In ntiii liniiil-!
writing, with leferences, to 1'. O
llox I si. i:i(lb-2t
11 u lomuiciclnl Iioiim', a llrst class
bookkeeper, for a permanent, le
sponblu K)sltlou. Address A. Y ,
A few customers nearby for pure
milk from u kiii.i1 I herd of healthy,
well-led cows. Apply 1S7 Col
lege St. 429J-tf
l?ver)uody to iuaku money by plant
ing coeoanuts. Inquire for plants,
llox 1U2 Llhue. Kauai. 4!9Q-tf
Clean wiping rags ut tb Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED
II) it oimu l.uly. iHislllou In olllce, or
clerical work of mi) kind Com I lef
crcnccs Addiess (1 D, lliilletln
A Knight Tempi. ir charm, hearing
name of It W Kininonn Itettard I
If returned In ilullttiii olllce I
lllatk driving lunre, Mirrc) uud har
ness. All in good condition.
Cheap for cash. Addiess C, lliil
A fine (IKItMAX VIOLIN. Stradlvar-
Ions pattern, has been used many
)ears. Por particulars address V.
KAHL, German School and Church.
20,000 Coeoanuts Just arrived on
Hchc.oner Concord, from Fnnnlug
Island. Miller Sahage Co. 1. O
llox 527. 42S5-U
Chicken houses and miantit) of poul
tr) wire M V, lliilletln 407-.1t
A full line of the best pa
per for all kinds of newspa
per and job work.
in great variety. We have
also a big supply of good,
Hawaiian News Co.,
PIONEER PAPER HOUSE.
oi-tici: norits a, m s no to
10 :0 (Saturdii) and Sunil.i) except-
ed), Siiuduy, U .ID to 11 :i(l I'. M.:
i lo V Satin da), i to ?, and 7 In S.
At (internment Dl-pensary, 1 0 to
II 'M li 111. (rl.ttliril.i) excepted), Sat
Urdu), 9 to 10 ii in
BERETANIA ST.. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fine Cakes and Ice Cream.
Rolls and Buns Fresh every morn
in?. WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAIL0RIN0.
Evety thing absolutely new nnd
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
VEGETABLE and FLOWER
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid.
i Telephone 339,
Advtrtneint its oncer tnn Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
t.rtlsementa tntertca for Less Than
At the end i mi i
fiirnlshid hous, I
ll it I 1 c t I n mil"
ii i lie bunch.
hi i,', rooms.
.'l - X,"
Cottngp uf six rooms , gas and elec
tric light, nice garden, lent rej
konahle. Inquire 11 '.7 t tilon Kt.
Puriilohed rooms -- AImj housel ep
Ing looms. Apply :"G King si .
bet Alakla und Richard. Cluj tf
suite of rooms, with
buaid, hot ami cold wnlcr. lull)
lleretaliln Mo. 4ISB-tf
I'lte-risini cottage; plain) and fur
nishings for sain cheap. Aihlre-s
M lliilletln. 43Ufi-f,t
Welt-fiirnlshed hoiikekeeplng looms,
line lcv. Appl) 7tlG Quarry St..
cor. Alapal. 4'J.",-tt
I'litir fiiriilshcd rooms, with luianl.
Two with dressing hkiiu. lU.'iil ller
ctnnla Ac. 42S5-tt
Two furnished rooms 107 1 A l.lkc
llko St., near Campbell L.inu.
furnished rooms. Apply Mri.
McConnell. 1223 Kiiim.i St.
I'lirulHlied cottage In lotto lliqnll '
Cott.igo (Irote I'lllille Ius7
I'lirnlshed loltnge nn W.iiklkt hem h.
Address S. Hull, tin HlDS-tf.
Real Elate uchange
Wo huvo for bale llm l Si t Hangei,,
i-lro 4 to 9 ft llildge &. Ileach
' Supcilui Stotei. guiik Meal
and I'eifectlon oil ktoes r.irm
er's llrollers, Cuiiii and Lauudiy
Motes. Phone 211 KMMIJLUTII
i; CO., LTD., 115 Kltif 3t.