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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, J XUARY 10. 1002
( GROGBR HAS A GLOSE GALL )
FROM BRIM'S DEADLY HUG
8 By MURAT HALSTEAD. J
Mews or the Town
A Little Bay's Life Saved.
I hare a few words to say regarding
Chamberlain's Coogh Remedy It
Oa Thursday. January 23rd. at 10 saved ay little boy's life and I fel
a. m.. Mr. J. F. Morgan -sill sell the 1 cannot praise It enough. I bought
estate of J. H. Taylor & Co bank- j 2 bottle of it from A- E. Steerc cf
rapts. consisting of anvils, hammers, j Goodwin. S- D-, U. S. A. and wfc-:i I
mallets, etc. fsot home with it the poor baby crili
if- t- n, .- nuvo ir, tn. I hardly breathe. I rave the medr a"
OHN YOCKEY. a Carondelet soon commenced to overtake him. To daj.-s" paptr fifing for all debts con- i directed every ten minutes until
grocer, returned from a montas - uie e an fa coapanv or the aen-l" """ UP
Z .ii.i, riorado. and with superhuman effort roll a . . , ' .. . .. 'sore he was jti
stone to the entrance was the work .
bers of it. to be presented at the box.
hunting expedition in Colorado
and bad to ubow as the result!
t.tc onttar a. deerskin and
head with nwwaive antlers, and the
veil preserved hide of a coyote, two
beara. a beaver, a badger, a wildcat
and a wolf- Of coarse there is a story
is connection with each animal bag
ged, bat the moat thrilling was the
encounter with the bear-
Mr. Yockev bd killed pretty much
everything etee in the regions of
Colorado except one of these mon
sters So one morning, with his dog.
he set forth into the mountains
"loaded for b'ar." as be expressed
R. He bad gotten pretty well tan
gled up among the rocks and shrub
bery and had not shot at a thing
for' hours, when suddenly from be
hind a rock not twenty feet away
a huge monster crossed his path and
came toward him with open mouth.
The sporumaa recognized in a min
ute that a desperate fight was on.
.i wicr Hnro unmistakable
-.,. f trmP huncer. The thought , the time, however, that their voices
had no more than crossed his mind j sounded weak. But the bear was Complete bedroon sets in oak. ma-,,.-
, . imiwht nervous, and 1 already pushing at the rock, and the I nl hirirs PVa manle. for sale chean.
thouah an experienced hunter it was cubs were crying piteously. making The Coyne ' Furniture Co., Progress
his first bear, and the tnmg wi "" ,""'" X. 1. 1 .
11 Li vTlo,-. t.im ' Mr- Yockev realized that he had got-
making right toward him. -
In an Instant a rifle-snot rang out, -" " y "- ""-"-, '
. 7? n nrroe: another and srowlinS furiously without, and all
the time the danger Increased, for
already the mate had answered, and jjea strets.
beiore long there would De two in-1 ,
stead of one prowling around with-! by cook your own pies when you
out. Finally he got his rifle reload-, can get better ones delivered at your
ed, and had mortally wounded the ' house cheaper than it costs you to
and then I thocght
are he was going to choke to death
We had to poll the phlegm out of
..... . m.w kafnm tka 1Crli a tkic ranllth
oi some seconos, and wniie lie tagged -- nte j ia gt joa? striacs. I !
and togged the pursuer seemed to a good contractor carries out hisf am vosltlre that u j had not cot that '
rush 00 i with redoubled speed, and. work promptly and effectively. If yonfbou,e of cough medicine, mv bov
mosTterVilc growl. The gwl seem-, TJJZT I J?"" V today.-Joel
ed to be a signal of some kind. for. j risoas fig1,ree lt- ! D". In- Io-
back in the darkness of the cavern. Don't fall to bay the first issae of
there came echoing cries of other the "Gossip." the new society weesly,
monsters. Mr. Yockey found himself i edited by Fred J. Scott and "Jimmy" ,
between two fires. A wounded, in- DoUgaertv. This is a new venture in !
furlated beast approaching wlthoot breezv journalism and should take
and unknown monsters making de- " ,,
monstratlons within. He faltered an-erj eu'
instant at the rock and stood aghast. Pure water Is used in bottling all
but finally decided to risk the un- our soft drinks, everything is sanitary
known rather than the wounded beast , and clean. Phone White 911. Arctic
The rock was finally in Its place. Soda Works,
and t ".hough he could see out, and ; . , ,
had r m for his dog to get through.1 Take -vour damaged wheels to the,
the 1 ar could not get in. As his f expert repairer c. A. cowan ana naie
eyes jecame more accustomed to the them repaired. Good work at cheap
light he distinguished at the end of prices,
the cave two cubs lying In their j Gruenhagen's candies are the best
nest., ne ureamea easier. lor ue iuua.
his chance in locking himself in with
DO NOT BE DECEIVED !
Drink no substitute for
the pure juice cf the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
; that are to be had. Make no mistake! Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
He Vhoucht at j in bu-rinS others- Wal1- Nichols Co.. i
Go down to the Cambrinos Saloon
for a nice cool glass of beer and a
free lunch. Corner of King and Ala-
mt to no nurpose: anouu-r
another, but the beast had not
been hit oace. and the barking
of the dog. which was a cowardly
animal, had not served to check the
bear in her course. Mr. Yockey took
&& iiA AAiira Tuisitiiiir auu iiu. - .
iioniilnc occasionally to fire a shot mother of the cubs just as her mate make them. The Xew England Bak
at his Pursuer. At last a bullet took appeared at the mouth of the cave erVi Hotel street
- . . i nnrn unfi hiii nn u ti u tj wii:rii iinu
bear's forearm aim !""&r ", "7 . ... IZJ' "TI" I Sien naintinc is a branch of art
effect in the
i,.n .,n,i 1 einrklnc of and remained out 01 reacn. aetermin- -a" . ...
caused MS and a slacking 01 n , whJch ,t payg yQu tQ flave we done
her speed, for it as a lemaie. as ..',. .. n caai. taste and oricinal designing.
hunter afterward found.
starve the hunter out
Finallv Mr. Yockev decided to make
the hunter afterward found. ine
. t.uii. ..i uAnn Arnil frnm his
tMl UHIIU. llU uvru . - ... , Tu. lfpnnltr
retreating uuiu muuu. hu sumc uu..u...j
he rolled the rock back and crawled
The bear was on
him in a moment, and in another in-
Winchester, and he was
nnXasUheTped along, he no-'hastily forward
tlced a cave in the side of the nui
and big boulders lying about its
mouth. He decided to enter this
roll a rock to the entrance, reload
and open fire from his breastworks.
Ills dog still barked at a safe dis
tance from the brute, who, despite
her wound, had not lost ground; but,
as Mr. Yockey Is a heavy-set man.
in good taste and original designing.
See Tom Sharpe. the Signographist,
at It. T. Riley's store. Union street.
Y. P. S. C. E. Meeting Postponed.
stant he would have been wrapped The regular monthly meeting or tne
in the monster's paws before he could , Young People's Society of Christian
have aimed his gun. had not some . Endeavor of Central Union Church,
other hunter on the outside, attracted wnicn was to nave been held yester
601 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island ordsrs solicited.
Is well done. It is the repairing of . .
And the making of
MOTOR CARRIAGES and
FINE STEEL WORK.
THE MOTOR GURRiM 'ID
lv the ferocious growls, arrived and
put a bullet in bruin's heart just as
his shaggy form closed in upon Mr.
day, was postponed
evening. January 16.
Comparisons brin; out the stroc?
poiDfe in favor of our slasses, demon
strate superiority in the make and fin
ish of our frames, and show the highly
polished, clear cut and accurately cen
tered excellence of our lenses.
FACTORY ON THE PREMISES
?. N. 5lNFORD,
Boston Building. Fort street
The Tri -Weekly Leading Newspaper.
Best Job Printing at Lowest Prices.
Editor, - .
X. KJ.il UKA
River Street near Beretanla Bridge.
P. O. Box S42. Tel. White 54L
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU. - H.T
San Francisco Agents The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
January Sate of Fiideniii
This is or first GREAT SALE OF MUSLIM UNDERWEAR an i
we mean to anke it the most woederful sale eC any kind ever held in
Hoootnta. No words that we coold se wqH be (bo strong In de
scribing the splendid values which we shall offer for the six day
of tab sale. The prices, we hovesUy believe, are the very lowest 1a
the world for good goods. And these are good goods. Bvery articir
in this sale has been selected with ihe object hi view of caoainc
every bayer to become a permanent easterner of the boose.
Most people know how oar sales are conducted. They know t ha'
a WHITNEY S- MARSH SALE is a sale In fact as well a in nam,
They know that the day before the sale begins, or the y after i'
ends, they cannot purchase any article at the same prie that pre
vails in the sale, la this Instance .to every piece of aaderwear which
figures in this sale there has been pinned a pink ticket beartes; th
sale price. If there are any garments left at the close of the sale on
Saturday aftemcon these tickets come off and the articles 90 back
to their original prices. There are two more sales of other articlw.
which we -will not now mention, to be held in the two weeks fol
lowing this. la both of these sales the same policy of extraordinary
prices for the week of the sale only will be carried at.
Muslin underwear Is this year daintier than ever before. It is
made mostly from fine, sheer fabrics: muslin, cambric and lawn
trimmed with pretty insertion, embroideries and ribbons. The nigh
gowns usually have low necks and short sleeves, with trtmmlnn: of
ribbon and lace or embroidery aad are especially suitable to thi
climate. Corset covers, chemises, petticoats and drawers ar chara-t"-Ized
by a wealth of variety in style and daiatine$s in trimming.
A NEW THING IN FOG ,
SIGNAL AT EGG ROCK
SUCCESS AND FAILURE.
The mhc 3tz D:7poe the Ilnrer
If by success we mean the full nc-
pomnllshment of an end. the actual
Sale of Rapid Transit Stock.
Forty-six shares of Rapid Transit
stock were sold at yesterday's session
of the Stock Exchange at $90 a share.
Phone White 911
For Some GENUINE HIBE'S
KOOT BEER or GINGER ALE
BARMAIDS OF CALCUTTA.
,. , xn RF rung UNDER WATER reaping of a harvest of results, then it No women to be Employed in Saloons
utuu iu acnu ig undoubtedly true that the higher i Aftep Apri 1( 1902.
and nobler the purpose the rarer will
r which Will be the success. If we aim to relieve rrom the London Nes.
To Be Hung Below a Buoy wnicn win maD,s hungeJ we can qUCtiy succeed j Calcutta is threatened .with the loss
Be Moored in Fifteen Fathoms of ln e casy taskbut if we aim to In- j of Us barmaids, and a no small por
Water Will Be Struck by Elec-, spire him with a desire to enrn his own t,oa Qf the conimUnIty violently re-
' bread the work is more dilllcult and i gentg n order has recentiy been
tr'city- the success far more problematical. I bv thp overnment of Bengal
-. , " would resralD a th,f f fr0m r0b" ' that a clause is to be inserted in the
to be runs about SO feet under water. , un(jertake t0 tench a ffnnd to read. If the bar. This prohibition is totake
Tt Ik wrfl known that water is a good j with requisite effort we follow up our effect from the 1st of April. 1902. on
n . .. Ie .. tn ,, i task, we are successful, but if we as- . which date a number of women will
conductor of sound, and tills is to oc educational standard be thrown out bf employment. The
taken advantage of by the submerged , q( our communlty how arduous the roSult is a widespread agitation.
Ml The U is to he hung below a task, bow uncertain the result, how
iteu. ip "' ....... nnPKtlonnble the success!
kav which Is to be moored In mteen -
All kindd of drinks delivered to all
parts of the city upon the receipt oi
oda Water Works
127 Miller Street
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
LONDON The Union Bank of Lon
NEW YORK American Exchange
CHICAGO Merchants National
PARIS Credit Lyonnais.
BERLIN Dresden Bunk.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA
The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRA
LIA Bank of New Zealand
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
Bank of British North America.
fathoms of water by three or tour
mushrooms and guy chains, so that it
cannot swing around and twist things
up: d It will be struck by elec
tricity from the Kg? Rock neat s
The low raan cti i lUtlt ttlcp to co.
Sett it led dots It;
Tb high on, with t great thine io puirce.
Dlti ere he know it.
The number of barmaids in Calcut j
ta has considerably increased In re-i
cent years. In the majority of cases !
they are brought out from England j
bv the hotel and bar proprietors ua-,
Is his life. then, a failure? No: let j der contract for a term of vears. gen
ns never Imagine that any high pur- j erally three. The loss to them of a
Dose, any noble thought any gouerous means 0r livelihood is to be deplored.
i Uoa. whwe a power house Is already , emoli0n. any earnest effort. Is ever lost I blU as tney are entitled to a passage
Mtabtished. ' vVe mny never witness its growth, we o Engiami, it does not entail
j. iitn a trtTrfy ire iniu iir iapu . . . a f i.- i.n
The bell will be under the control -nau uui mc i (.' - ---- . the facilis descensus .-vverni mat mc
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
trust that somewhere and at some
r an onerator on the island, who can
toond It whenever there is neeu. i ne harvest will be abundant, and
theory upon which th plan is to ue BUCCess lon?: hidden, shall become ap-
worked ot is Uat the belt, being uu- parent-Philadelphla Ledger.
der water. lt sound my be heani by
' . ... J . mh fat- The -WlcUede.it Bit of Sen.
persons on ipoo -- - - - f trawlers would tell In
to see Its blossoms, out we mny baiciy vInipnt anions: the agitators pre- r-i.-ui;-u aA
. -. iJOilftW!
Transact business in all departments
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS.
Deposits Received. Loans. Made on
Approved Security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Ex
change Boueht and Sold.
A boy once wrote: "I luv a
rooster fer tew things one lr tha
krow that iz In him. and the other
is the spurs that air on him to
bak up his crow with."
We admit having crowed oftaa
and loud, but we have the "spurs
to back up the krow."
H. MAY & GO., Ltd.
Telephones, 22, 24, 92.
P. 0. Box 386.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY AC
Agents yon Hamm-Tonng Go.,Ltd.
SSTELEPHONE, MATN 276.
er distance than If the bell was tus- rers tnal tbe rouchest piece of wa-1 regarding the reasons upon which the j Commercial an
pendad above the water in the open cnjpl gtretch ln the English ; prohibition Is founded. of Credit issue
lr while 'for t reason its channci anU uine out of ten travelers ' ornia, and N. M
..... .. k nbiectionable to the n,, sa? what was not true. As a
raaldeau akmp the near-by shore. It matter of fact "the wickedest bit of
telM that a person plclS an ear sea" Is not In the Dover strait or In
is saW tnat a lv" yachting, for example, from Stf Jean
again a taMe the hold of a 5eCLlulap tQ paull,ar or ncross lue
voscei will be Me to hear the beu Med,tcrraneiin "mce" from Cadiz to
three to ive wiles away. It is an TRn,.jer nor is jt in rounding Cape
toe. that has been experiented with Qorn. where there Is what sailors call
, ..ittforinrllv. but nothing of the . true" sea. The "wickedest sea" Is
kind hae yet been put lato practical
SMe of the experim"1 were made
in lloeioa harbor last year, and If the
Rork bell proves saw& "
encountered In rounding the Cape of
Good Hope for tbe eastern ports of
Cape Colony. Shipping World.
diet. The correspondence columns
of the Calcutta Press show that their
sympathizers are numerous, but they
At. (.. V.n Trt crmnnthv
though doubtless merited, is the out-1 CouectionS carefully attended to
come of a very erroneous impression Exchange bought and sold.
ami Travelers Letters
on The Bank of Calif-
Rothchild & Sons.
ARMY AND NAVY. , Correspondents: The Bank of Califor-
nia: Commercial Banking Co. of
The Q. M- General has named the j Sydney. Ltd.. London,
steam launches in service at Fort Drafts" and cable transfers on China
Fremont S. C. Fort St Philip. La.. ', and Japan through the Hongkong &
Fort MoVean. Ala., and Key West J Shanghai Banking Corporation and
Barracks. Fla.. respecUvely. "Wilker-' Charter Bank of India. Australia &
son." in honor of Lieut. B. WUkerson. . Intere5t allowed on term deposits at
killed at Gettysburg. July 1. 1S65; . tne following rates per cent per an
"Kirbv." in honor of Ueut E. Klrbv. num. viz.:
FllEbt of Time.
Old Med Well, old man. how'd you
bmv be that others will be placed. It , fieeP last nlghtl Follow my advice
Ie beMeved bv some that tne nasi wui """-: -
1st AiUIlerj". who died May 2S, 1S63.
of wounds received at Chanceliors
ille; "WoodruK". in honor of LieuL
G. A Woodruff. 1st Artillery, wno
died July 4. IS63. of wounds received
at Gettysburg: aad "Burnbam" in,
Seven days' notice, at 2 per cent.
Three months, at t per cent.
Six months, at 3 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Delivered twice daily to any part
o the town.
When ordering ring up 3LUE 3171.
A. B. DOAK. - Manager
Citv office, phone Main 331, P O.
There's a World
Of healthful refreshment, inapt ration and dHigbt in a glaag of
PRIMO LAGER -)c
Its absolute purity combined with h the rare tiaror of the choicest hop
make it a delightful beverage and the beat tonic.
Order a case from Brewer for table uae. Main 341.
Dill RAILWAY AND UNO GO
New Med-Yes, Indeed: counted P ; hoaor UfnL H. M
Art i: Trustees umlor mortcaces.
of tbebeM can be heard at a distance, MB-1 4UU":u- w H ; honor of UoL H. M. Bnraham. 5ta Maamse'esit (real and personal I.
of tea or twelve miles, aad so this ex- w MM-Bully And then vou feU . Artillery, killed Sent 10. 1S68, as, Collect ren;s acd dividends. Valuable
pLt wiU be etched by all marl- J ' : Camauga. , papers. Willis. Binds, etc. received for
nrs who are passing Egp Rock. j;eTV Med Guess not: it was morn- Among the measures of special in- ae Reepl
: tag by that time, and I had to get up. terest to the Military and Naval Ser-i ACCOUNTANT DEPARTMENT.
HOT STUFF. ,-rennsyIranla Punch BowL . vicss preS9nted in Congress m Corporatfon5 and Pri.
'. , -, . 0v. r the following: By Mr. Hawiey Firas Bqos eamineii and re-
m "u you rU s e t0 UP (1B79). providing for the retirement .,1 on. statements of Affairs pre-
Sfce Do vo really beMeve ewiege . mlslletoe dls Christmas?" asked Mr. Q( terizln veterans of the Civil War. pared. Trustees on Bankrupt or In
ftftMcatloa amonats to maea? i Erastus Pinkley. now. servlng as oiScers of the Regu- solvent Estates.
Hi wish yon conld see tke Wlls. -Deed I isnV answered Miss Mia-1 ,ar Anav with increased ronk: by ffi 3fl Betha, stret
i!mi UmMoa I mi Brown. Tse got a little too much iIr Teller ,s 1TTn for g reure-,
liarvaro unpow. . prWe w advertise fch de ordinary t nenu wltfl advanced grade, of active' . SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
' ' v wrtesies dat a lady has a right to,offi h served in thc c!vn war rieDQsUs received and interest al-
-DW j-o scream when he kUsed pvashlngton Star. ,and whose names are aow bo 0n '. oXir Sn? per aSSa. In
yonf askod a Court street girl of a. Detroit Free Press: "A groat many tne official Register of Ih Army: by accqrdance with Rules and Regula-
Harrison avenue chum, after the for- common expressions are decidedly, Mr. Davton (1L R- 5TT9 authorizing tions. copies of which may be obtain-
mer had been relating a little episode wrong" the Issuo of gratnities and medals to ed on sppUcaJon.
"As to which, for instance. . enlisted men of the avy anu Jianue; insukakul utfniMt .
I The one that savs tnat ooys w:u corns, who snan ciuusck:r. iarm-,
TIME TABLE I
. j . t inni !
xrom. ana Aiittr oauuai; x, xot.
with bar best young man.
. .H.f. fnt dr M.n t if ApI. TTnrAnln
.-. . M .1... 1 ' "v "- ' " . - --, . ilKCUW I". . ..-, ........w, w.w, .w- .
"' s110151" "ow vuc """ be boys, for example. Everj'body , salves In battle or dKpiar extraoram-, dent and Employers Liability Insur-
papa was in the nest room.'-Kan- j xnows- that they will be men wbnSan- heroism in th line of tn-ir pro-:ance companies.
. . . nM tint TtatViAl Cfroeit
fession, iBsaiauic wv.w -- .t-... ..-
t they grow tip."
Dally Dally Dillx Dally DaUy
S:a'.!otL4- ex x
a a am aia pra pni
Benctalu i-M 1 as li- 3-J5 5J9
Pearl Qty Sd 9:1 11 : 3:JT 51
rnM!U S3S lOfS 12: K 4iB 61
W&Ianae ..... 13:10 ..... t:13 ....
W&ialiu ..... 11 :M ..... 5:W ....
Kabnku 1IJ2 SdS ....
Daily Dallj DaHy DT DaUy
SUUQ3. ex x
a am am a ta ara
Kahaka S 2fl?
Wslica 6:13 21
Walacae ..... ..... :10 ..... 3S
EraMUl 5:JO Z:i l-o riQ
FarlClty 6:li S.-CJ liM i
Hocolnlu .... J S3 J? 5i
' G. P. DENISON. F. C. SMITO.
Superintendent. P. 4 T. A.
Soinethinir that will wear, look
well and not cost too much.
WE HAVE IT
In every wood, clor, haK? and
H. H. WILLIAMS,
1 UG 111 Fort Street.
E. W. QUINN
Estimates furnished on First-Class
The Patronage of Owners, . Archl
tects and Builders Solicited.
54 Hotel, opp. New England Bat
ery, and Hotel street, opp.
Suits Made to Order in the Latest
P. O, Box 162.
(Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired