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VtNINO ULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.,'8ATUDAVrDEC. 2J, 1911.
THE GOVERNORS GIFTH
.The oKI couplo'sat pq Hie front li
tial nf-lheMlttlo honso-find looked rut
into tho moonlit night llio warm
trade breeze ilint had oine across
the gient oecnn, rolling peaceably on
Its wa miller the vmthcrn sklo
whispered Its lecrelg to the foather
topa of tho palm trees The clearness
of the night btoiifrht the slurs ei
Oeedlnvl) close Tho old couple hnU
htp silent for a lone time, each bus
tlilnklni; of tlie pint
many Christinas eves, ever since that
one'whon'he m ttVen from'the home
tuiit charged with embezzlement. It
Mas' fcvcr since that time that the old
people had sat out oh the little lanal
when the time came round pitch ioar,
ttlth Uie old wounds oicn and bleed
tug and tingling that some day lie
would he with tlicni' again
Another sou1 shook the old lady uml
she drew Wcr shawl
round her shoulders.
The) were old, these two, mid IiikI lKit was warm. The man reached
)- n many tjlirlstmnes come and ao
Tin re had lieeu time whuu tho
house had hucn a bl.tro far light ami
had echoed to the ling of fresh )oiing
olces, hut that had been je.irs agu
l.iid win u "he" was nt home. Since
the awful night when "he" had beep
tal.cn nway from the middle of tho
fun and luid In tn pl.irod In tlio daik
ptlxon ceil tlioie had been nothing on
Hirlstmas but an ache nt the heart.
Some of the friends had tried to com
foit the old ieople nt first hut found
they would rather he alone with their
son on g mid so had let tliem be.
Prom the direction of the town
came the noise of the met ry making
clowd. The blare ot the horns, the
honking of the automobiles and ocen
Uonill the Sound of shouting Now
nnd then a young couple would hurry
pist the little house cm their way to
Join the merry -makers.
A stilled sob came fioin tho woman
and the nun glanced In her direction.
V shaft of light from the moon came
i A or nnd placed his hand over liirj.
"There, there mother," he galil'iiP
will to back with us next year ngatn.
This Is the Inst of the long weary
"I know," she replied In a broken
voice, "hut I cannot help It. 'lie was
no (ton, Yin lioy ohd they took Mm
away n branded felon. Poor boy,
Hour ch Id Tonmht he Is 111 the nrU
'cm cell father and wn pan do noth
ing for him "
Silence fell -again and they snt lintid
tn hand, together in their troubles as
they had been In their Joys through
out life. People were starting to pars
the little houio now, icturning from
the Christmas' tun In the town. Snips
or gay laughter reached the -old con
tile sitting lonely nnd heart broken
on the little lanal. "Merry Christ
ninRes" were shouted across the
treet ns the crowds separated and
each of the number went n different
vvuv. The llttlo old clock In the back
"ooni struck half past cloven and aft
J 111 'PWi&iUK'e-S?! .Is
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Q. What tftfood for my cough?, '
A.-it'i taterrvl tcfe'rat."
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O. HoW lorn has'it been wed?
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Q. Do doc tots endorse it?
Q. Do you publiih the fortl.u
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Q How may I team' more bt tills?
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'Pope Quality -Has Never Been Questioned
through an opening In the fern hung.er that the people got fewer and few
lanal nnd caught the silver hair that er. Once someone slopped by the
crowned the tiled old face A tear! rate as though to conio In and the
welled up. hung glistening for a mom-! old couple shrank further back Into
ml, and then made Its was over tho! the shadows of the ferns. Then the
time rurrowed creek to fall with a'eps started on again and they
tplash on the floor. The tired old' breathed more freely. They did not
eyes looking out Into the night weieiUke other people to see the red llfo
RtiiniM-'ly sort Crossed on her lap) Mood dripping from tho gaping
the work-worn 'hands for they were wounds that were bared each Christ
poor, theBe old people were dentin d mas ee.
tightly 'Hie man gritted his tcethl The ticking of the llttlo clock gound
iiud turned his head nway. Always It ed lound. It was Jiibt on midnight
was like this on Christmas eve, al- end Christmas, another lonely Christ
ways the woiuiin weit silently und al- mas but tho last one. Next year
w is he must sit and watch her. The they would hae htm with them. The
lerfume of some strong scented flow-' house would be lit tip and cery thing
cr came borne on the breczo Ilkewould be gay. Old eyes shone bright
Incense at the thought and then dulled again.
Somuwliere out tn the night they, That was for next year, not this.
miew was uieir buy. lie liy in soniol Steps were coming up the street
nark prison ecu on "the reef" wait- again and once more they shrank
lng, like them, for the ringing of tho Inck Into the shadow. The sound
Christmas bells. So he had laid for came near to their own gate, the
MmmirS REftBusLiL jjEdPEAMP
-m iitf i & te. "r Jv ' --v n torn Mv' R4.
After you have satisfied yourself that the Pope-Hajtforfa
Has1 no superior ih any feature
DOUBLE IN YEAR
Among the sains consummated by
the on llnmm-Vouiig Company this
weik was that of a benntlful slx
cyllnder l'nckard Vhaeton the hand
somest style of ear offered by the
1'm.karcl Jfotor Car Company this
season which has been oidered by
ciibhi for on of Honolulu's promi
nent young business nun. Auothei
of the six-cylinder seuti-inssprtger
touring rars Is duo to urrUe shilrtly,
u nil thla has ulreudy been spoken fot
The popular Cudllluc car, handled
by tho miii Ilnmm-Voiing Company,
has kept to the foio this week as
in mil. A number of Cadillac sales
nave been it-corded, and It Is simply mice of tho
it question of getting deliveries of
cars from the factory. The last Jlve
pnssengtr Cadillac touring cur out of
it recent shipment has Just been
'turned Wer to II. 11. Von Holt, who
IS tely well haUsfled with, his ptr
'Tho shipment of Cadillacs nrrhlng
by the Sierra this wook-'conslsts of
to -fine llU-lumsenger 'touring can
ntid n 'four-ptsseiiger phnelon. One
of tho touring cars Is to be delivered
tii ! Meyer of Wnlannn nnd the other
to V-'V. Coodale'of "Watalua
At1 tho'' present time tho on llamiu
Youiig Company has fifteen' Cadlllaca
somewhere between tho factory and
Honolulu, 'nil of which hac been sold
to arrive. These excellent 'Cars lire
the greatest favorites In Honolulu,
which Is not hard to understand, us
It would be dllllcult to find any other
cur which will furnish as good ulne
for tho money Invested. In fact, thp
Cadillac factory is working clay uml
night to supply Its agents ull over
the niftliiliind, 4and has sold Us 1912
output twice over. Fortunately the
von llnnini-Young Company, antici
pating the great demand for this won
derful car, arranged ut the beginning
of the season for not less than se-
enty-lle curs being reserved for It,
unci it la owing to Its foresight that foi
This week the von llainm-Vonng
Company received news from 'tho
Packard factory stating that, with six
months ot its 1912 season still to rui,
sales eiptal the entire output for Mho
season of 1911, Orders for spring" de
livery have broken nil records fclr
this lime of the year. More spcclll
cations were received during the past
week than for any other week since
The original line of Inclosed bodies
for this season is practically
closed out, and a supplementary 'fac
tory order Is now coming through.
fho Impetus given by the appbar-
l'uikard "Six" has been
u powerful factor in tho increase In
sales. Orders now being received
call for three times us many "Sixes;1
ns for the well-estnbllshed "Thir
ties." ' ,
A majority of I'acknrd dealers have
disposed'of (heir1 enHre'nllotitients of
1912 "Thirties," and thercr-(s 'every In
dication that tho early estlrtihte of
$in.000,t00 'output In 'pleasure 'CBr)1
will be exceeded by n substantial suni.
Sales of Packard trucks "fdr1 the
calendar 'year 1911' Wilt Wjustnbout
twice tho outpuffor, "the year 1910.
and the View1 truck"shaps. which 'will
treble the 'capacity 'W this 'division,
are being whipped Into shape 'so us
to' be ready the first of the year," '
Sales of It's product are encourag
ing the Packard company in Its policy
of mntntnlntng production at un even
rate, nnd the Indications now ure'tlmt
the huge plant at Detroit will bo'op
elated at Its normal capacity through
out the winter.
It will be able to 1111 the many orders
which have been pouring 1n to It "dur
ing the past few months for this ever
popular cat. Any one wishing (le
lively of ii Cadillac within reasonable
time will do well to placo Ills' Order
walker as opposite and tho steps
ceateeil. JTtien 'the Bound '"started
again and this time right up the-llt-
to bath that Ifd'to the innai. a ng
tire loomed nifof the'shfcrtftws 6a.t.l
by the papalas and' came Into the
moonlight. A young man stood there
with head bowed down and bared.
"Uo!" came from tho woman, and
again "boy, oh boy !" nnd nil the long
ing of u woman that had been pent
up for lier first born during the bai-
ren veal-s eone bv was In the wnriM
She rose end went to the top of the
sieps, I nu new comer dropped on 1112
knees ut her feet, "Mother," be said,1'
Stooping down uho lifted him up
"There Imy, there," and she strokedJ
his head with her old hand and wip
ed away' tho hot rush 'of tears, hold
ing him tight to her breast all the
time. "Don't cry, boy, here Is dnd,
poor old dad. Don't make him feel
Tho' newcomer t"ii''6vil'!ili''haTid and J
touched the shoulder of the old man
"Dad," he 'managed to say between!
Ills sobs, "dud." Ono arm was round
each of them. Down their faces' the
tears were falling unheeded. New
light nnd hope had come Into 'their
eyes and the tears were' no longer of
"How is It, boy 1" the old woman
started to ask.
"That 1 am out so early' ho fin
ished for-ber. "I applied for a par
don nnd the (lovernor granted It. It
was my Christmas present, the first
I have had lnce--" but the old wo
man's hand was over hla "mouth.
"Wo will not speak of It, lioy," she
The Utile clock In tho back room
struck midnight and from all over tho
town Ihe chtirch bells rang out tho
joyful news. Chrl4trnus day was born
'Hoy," 'said the old woirian, "let nil
aneel and 'thatik God for his good
ness,'1 nnd' she added to herself, "and
the anverunr for his goodness to un
same at once.
"A Cr for th Discriminating Ftw"
jConiplete American Line for the
Season of 1915
AMERICAN1TRAVtLER Typ. 58 45O0
AMERICAN TRAVELER Tp. 54 4250
AMERICAN TOURIST Typ 34 2250
AMERICAN '8C0UT Typ 22 1250
AMERICAN MOTORS 'CO.,
rj-O-Cor. Aika and Hot I 8t. ... Phon 3008
CEO. B. BECKLEY, 8ol Distributor
Governor Frcar has announced the I
names of those who are to receive his
OtirlstmuH gifts which comu In the
iliapo of pardons. Mberty Is given
to two prisoners and other sentences
AnImoto.r convicted in the circuit
court of murder in the second degree
nn August 29, 1900 and who was sen
tenced to hard labor for twenty-five'
vears. iroen free on Christmas dav.
Young l.ock Nee, convicted In tiiOj
circuit court of murder in tho second.
degreo and sentenced to life Impris
onment will also come out a freo man
nn Christmas day,
Osato has had' his sentence cam-
,-nuted and will also form one of the
Christmas ciowd who are to Btopout
sldo tho walls of tho prison not to
come back again. Ho was timlei 'a
'en year sentence for manslaughter.
He has had a year taken off. '
doto who Mias been In Jail since
day 3, 1899 has had' his llfo sentence
shortened to twenty-five years ami
will also come out on Christmas day.
He was convicted for rape.
Antono Carvalho. sentenced to ten
ears on October 31, 1900, has hadl
his time shortened and will be ulldvv
ed out Monday next, '
C. A. Schmicdte has been srnnled
his full return to civlj rights' aguln.T
Ho was convicted of embezzlement
end served nine months. When1 lie
fame Vnit nKalnr'he'mdved' to Callfdt'-
'ila und has since bail a eood record
aiid built up u home for himself. 'Hov.
John wudman vvus the principal
nlender for him.
1 None 'of the Men will lenovv of thelr!
good fortune? irntll Chrlsrnias morning
when' lll6hr'sricrjff' ITenry will tell
them. They 'will be out In time for
Chrliiirtfas 'dinner. .
A bill of particulars' has1 been al
lowed Itl'tho Fone'ltlng Mse'ln which
which the '"defendant Is nfder 'tluee
Judge demon's gave tho prosecution
three weeks lu which to make out the
fgonsifler the Price, $3000, with Catalogue Equipraent
Our' first shipment of jt)i2 Popc-Hartfords has just arrived and afe now on exhibition in our Sales
rooms. Demonstrations cheerfully given.
The VON HAMM-Y0UNQ 3., TP-,
Years' Experience in 'the Manufacture of Highest Grade Mechanical Vehicles
CH.HBaVVIlBftMHMBMMIMndHWliVfJIMlit'i"lB V9K1XL iW'i j? S'V
-A NeW Six Cylinder,
Nineteen -Twelve Model,
'for 4 'or 5 'Passengers
JJOTbR 8lx-C1liider' Locmuoblle Motor developing sixty hnrHP-
i povvtr on test. Large Valves, nulet alvu lifters I.o
roinohlle lironze crank cuse. liivvn main-bearing cmlik Mi ifl of
Completely K'lr-Oonlitlnod iillliiK system for mo
tor, tp'ar pump foicos oil toiill beirln'ti In it
tlrensa 'crop nt 'all vvehilnK points on ch issls.
iVt euilons. ,
rour-Hpiul pl el ho tinlmnlMHlnn with linnlu
"WHEELS Artillery type. "10 Inches. In diameter.
"WHEEL"BSE 128 Inches
..TIRE8 Demountable lyie Tront nnd rear, 36x1 'a.
rure-dnor tourlns inr, siutlui; Ave passengers,
sides. So extei nal door blnifi s or door handles,
UPHOLSTERY Ti'ii-lmb uplmlktiry U used on the rear seat
" iiislilonnrM biulf '1 Ills luxutloui SifiboUterlng
Hist appeared on om "MS" lx-c Illicit r car. Hand buffed lnutli-
r, tiiftnl l'lnoxt iiimlltj balr used
CQUIPMENT Cupo c'art trip, llnent iuAllt 'at three-ply silk
w nililialr, Oliise e odpled hea'dllAhts with 'acetylene
IThh tiink. Ciimliliiatlini oil afuriliTtrlu side lamps and tall lamp
Kluriiho battel), horn, Jacl,, tool bat; nnd Kit of tools Tire ear
lier fur extra tires Vlnced iit'tho u'nr of the lar. Coat rail, foot
iv, storm apron for front sent Iluttery i(-hioved from 'running
biniiil, Iculnc both lllliulili; buardh clear
iPrice'fitUy quipped - $4200 f.Oib. Bridgeport, Gonn.
Schuman Garriaoe Co.,
Office: Merchant Street
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