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AtJ ,- mSKLfiM.. A . i liiyvffpRinp THIS WEKKI.Y Hlf,0 TUlliUNK, HII.O. HAWAII, -l'KIDAY, SUl'TUMlMK a, 1904. i ,mt .!: riy.'pv l. n m&iWimammmamacg!'n!mNaamm.mr l - ' HJl- irjHt t MHK f f IfflffPflMMffft iirfiiiFf1' IX i , iHimRV'aiiVIVVHHIHHiilHHIHBnillPViHIHHRBniHHHIP f 4 , i " f& J X, V7VV7T ". pi- K ! BM i) l.- , ..: l A tt . '. ' ,? - 1 A! & 'V Re- t s; :t fcs ' V iS?'- f wOl i, $a ,r a Ir' lV' If'"' flWiitAlkr WafcitflMW M wmvmn v mTrn'wi x i)K.itf2,Mirt,V4. vy .tv to Em K.W Why not look young? There's juiiiiImo pica1) tiro In holding back Father Tlmo 11 N S tuun or twunty " years. You can uo it easily villi Ayer's Hair Vigor, for it Ivcsullthatdoop rich look tatlio which belongs young Ilfo. Ayer's HairVigor You know tho story how good Quoc.li I loss, pointing to tho buautlful lialrornpo.isaiitBirl.Rahl, "There's a jeal royal crown. I would trade my I'liMoinmeforlt.11 That was lotij? ago. N.iw oil can have a "real loyal crown" df o"nr own, simply by using Ajer's Unit Vigor. It makes tho hair grow tlili-k and long and Htops it falllnp nut. W'hon your hair is rlrh nnil hoavv, and wIilmi tho elosust inspection falls to delect a sliiglu Kray hair, you will (.mtaiiily look a itcot dual jounper, and joii ill bo much better hjUtflcil wltli") oitrsulf, too. Isn't that s.' Vnttttl lj Dr J. C. Ayer'Co., I owell. Mn.. U. S. A. Pur Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY 444-M-j-ti'ti-tr?'TtiTrrftiTMnTT iiiiiiiii.ii.LiiAAAmm .... J..S..B.. rttttttTttfttTI'TTTTTTI I I I I I I I I- -M r4444-M-H-4H-t To he 'Blazed Trail By STEWART EDWARD WHITE J.. . T r Copyright. 1902, hy Tftmart Edtmard "CVhltt tttftft' H-J-H-'H'I'l-ff "! j " -- . .. .. -. - -- -- -- -- -t. .. -. J.J.J,AJ.J.X 1 imfiui riMinluul flio frltiLfi nf ItnsliP!! mere no Rtoou anu iookcu sneniiy, 1 . .,,,, , .,. lnllinl. ii,i not uiiilpratnndlnK. not carltiR to in- f(,11L.P wlllMI ,10 aw her, -Ho he Htop;.i quire. Across the way a white-throat ; , . ....,...,. ,,v .,.,, pav,w mid tint 1 .. d M n.-l l.A.ttlttl lIUll 1lA timber borne. was ulncluK. clear, beautiful, like the shadow of n dream. The girt stood listening. , Her smnll, fnlr head was inellned per so little sideways, ntid her linger was on her lips us though she wished to still the very hush of night, to which Impression the Inclination of her sup j pie body lent Its grace. The moon light shone full upon her countenance. A little white face It was. with (wide, clear eyes nnd a sensitive, proud mouth that now half parted like a child's. Her eyebrows nrched from her straight I tune in the peculiarly graceful curve , that falls Just short of pride on the 1 one side and of power on the other I to fill the eyes with a pathos of trut I and innocence. Tho man watching could catch the poise of her long white Qc8aniGS Company Time Table The htcamers of this line will ar rive and leave this port as here under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Alameda July 2: Suiiouhi August .Alameda AitgtiM 12 Ventura August 24 Alameda September 2 Hietra September 14. Alameda September 23 Sonoma October 5 Alameda October ij Ventura October 26 Alameda Novunber a Sum ni November id Alameda November 25 Sonoma December 7 Alameda December t( FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Alameda July 7 Ventura August 2 A hi inula August 17 Sierra ..- August 23 Alameda September 7 Sonoma ISepteniber 13 Alameda ... September 2h Ventura October 4 Alameda..'. October ly Steira October 2, Alameda Not ember o conoma November 15 Alameda...: November 30 Ventura December o Alameda December 21 In connection with the sailing of the above euiiiem the agents are prepared U. ivaie, to unending pisscngers Coupon Through Tickets by any railroad from Am l'mneiseo to all points 111 1111 1 1 11 lied Slates, mid from New York In kii steamship line 10 all Hiirope.in ports. I'or further particulars apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co. LIMITKD General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. Onion Barber Shop. Hhe stood on n knoll In the middle of a grove of monster pines. There was something of thu cMthedral in the spot. The girl stood tall and straight among the tail, straight pines like a figure on nu ancient tapestry. She was doing nothing -Just standing there but the awe of the forest was In her wide, clear eyes. In a moment she stirred slightly nnd turned. Drawing herself to her full 1 height, she extended her hands over her head, palm outward, and with uu , Indescribably graceful cestui e boned a j ceremonious adieu to the solemn trees. , Then, with a little laugh, she moved , away In the direction of the river. ' At onco Thorpe proved a great need of seeing her again. In his present, mood there was nothing of the uwe stricken peace he had experienced nft-, er the moonlight ndveuture. lie want ed the sight of her as he had never wanted anything before. The strong 1 man desired It. And finding It lmpos- j slide lie raged Inwardly and tore the I tranquillities of his heart. So It happened that he ate hardly at 1 all that day and slept III and discov ered the greatest dltllculty lu preserv ing the outwaid semblance of ease I w hlch the presences of Tim shearer . and the Fighting Forty demanded. And next clay he saw her again, and the next, because the need of his heait demanded it and because, simply enough, she came every afternoon to the clump of pines by the old pole trail. Hut now curiosity awoke and a desire for something more. He must speuk to her, touch her hand, look In to her eyes. He resolved to npproach her, and the mere thought choked him 1 and sent him weak. ' When he saw her again from the shelter of the pole trail ho dared not. and so stood theie prey to a novel umiKiitimi. tlmt nf liclnir bullied in an Intention. As he hesitated ho saw that she was walking slowly In his dliee lion. Perhaps 11 hundred paces sep arated the two. She took them de liberately. Her progression was a se--i,w r .vwu (In. nun whti'h melted T?.e olrl toit llttcniwj. J n,,,,,,,, into the other without neck and the molten moon tiro from I nI)prpclablc pause of transition, her tumbled hair the color of corn I jn n moinCnt she had 1 cached the silk, but finer. frMRe of brush about tho pole trail. Hchlnd her lurked the low, even j Tj)(1J. 8t00lj MC to fncL. shailnw of the forest where the moon 1 Se R(ive nttlc slnrt 0f surprise, was not. a band of velvet against , lmml ici)cu- to her breast, which the girl and the light-touched .,.,. .. rnll,.it nnil staved. Her child- On 1 1 V I OLCCU U.II mil- i side 1 pCI Z"' mjassmaftr'. Kjw-it vElra- 1 r WH UAM, "t V5A Wil? JSr-U Jtei&bagSi ,teaii'S5?3B?k, . . HBTIfl ""JUr 11 JW i WW L The Above Is tho Donocia Roversiblo Disc Plow. Where a temvuean walk and draw a plow TllK RKVKRSIHI.K works perfectly. The combination of features in ... . Make it the most valued of all The Beneoia Reversible DISC PLOWS. Il can be used right or left 1 and, plowing around the land or KKVKRsir.i.K, throwing furrows all oneway. .Will plow between terraces without i.kavinc. a watkr furrow. Made only in a sulky. liHSnl '' W 7MlMKU.IiW lvJ wmMnLM stuff AtMfOfj mWmi iw m. ax y v Vi t. -1 . - 5-. - - -3 The Above Cut Shows tho Benecia Ratoon Disc Plow PLOW Hills up the dirt better than a hoe, besides leav ing the soil behind it in a splendid pulverized con dition. It is the ONLY PLOW for ratooi'is that actually does what it i supposed to do. H.HACKFELD & Co. SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 'You twigs anil and the bushes and light-touched grass blades OARCIA K: CANARIO, l'rops. 0)e Shave, Cut Hair and Shampoo at Eet-Livc Rates. We also lake particular pains uith Chll dren'bliaiiculliiig. Union Huii.ding, WaiauueuueSt. PLANTERS' LINE SMUNB VESSELS were etched like frost ngalnst a black t jt(0 window pane, inerc was soiueiiniii.'. too, of the fiostworVs evanescent spir itual finality In the scene, as though at any moment, with a hurt of the balmy summer wind, the radiant glade, the hou-rlng figure, the tlllgreed sliver of the entire setting would melt Into the accustomed stem and menacing forest of the northland, with Its wolves ami Its wild deer and the voices of Its sterner calling. Thorpe held his breath and waited. Again the white-throat lifted his clear, spiritual note across the brightness, slow, tietnbllug with ecstasy. The girl never moved. She stood In the moon light like a beautiful emblem of si lence, half real, half fancy, part wo man, wholly divine, listening to the little bird's message. Kor the third time the song shivered across the night; then Thorpe, with a soft sob, dropped his face lu his hands and looked no more. like down-dropping more, B Warland McAUman Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO AND HILO. Itai-I. M. Catharine, Capt-Saunders Hurl. A in) Turner, Capt ItiirK .Martini lnU, Capt QUICK DISPATCH For freight and passage apply to WliLCII & CO., Agents, San Francisco Z. HRHWER & CO., Ltd., Agents, Honolulu, or H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. AMr.NTS, II I Ml. White Horse CHAPTER XXII. OR several days this Impression satisfied him completely, tie 1 did not attempt to analyze lt; he did not eon make an effort to contemplate It. Curiosity, specula- . tlon. longing all the more active cum,-' tlons remained In abeyance, while out wardly for three days Harry" Thorpe j occupied hluibclf only with the needs of tho Fighting Forty at Camp One. , Ho was vaguely conscious of a great peuccs within him, a great stIUucss of , the spirit. I I.lttle by little the condition changed. Tho man felt vague stirrings of curios ity He speculated aimlessly as to whether or not the glade, the moon light, the girl, had been real or merely the tlgmcnpj of imagination. Almost Immediately the answer leaped at him from his heart. Since she was so cer talnly flesh and blood, whence did she come? What was she doing there lu the wilderness? His mind pushed tin t query aside as unimportant, rushing , eageily to the essential point. When j could ho see her again? Ills placidity j had gone. That morning he made soui' vague excuse to Shearer and set out blindly down the river. And so, with out thought, without clear IntentlMti even, he saw her again. It was near 1 the "pole trail," which was less like 11 Hall than u rail fence. I When tho snows are deep and snow- j shoes not tho property of every man who cures to Journey, the old fashioned pole trail" comes into use. ft Is mem-1 ly a series of horses built of timber, I across which thick Norway logs ay laid about four feet from the ground . to form a continuous pathway. In I Viinmer It resembles nothing so much is a thick one rull fence of considera ble height, around which n fringe of light brush has grown, . mouth parted a and tho bienth quickened through it. But her eyes, her wide. trusting, innocent eyes, sought his and I rested. He did not move. One on cither side 1 of tho spike-marked old Norway log of tho trail they stood, and ror an appre ciable Interval the duel of their glances lasted lie masterful, passionate, ex igent; she proud, cool, defeusUe lu the aloofness of her beauty. Then at last his prevailed. A faint color rose from her neck, deepened and spread over her face and forehead. In a moment she drooped her eyes. "Don't jou think you stnre a little rudely, Mr. Thorpe?" she asked. The vision was over. "How did jou know my name?" hv usked. She planted both elbows on the Nor way and framed her little face dell clously with her long pointed hands. "If Mr. Harry Thorpe can nsk that question." she replied, "ho Is not quite so impolite us I had thought him." "How Is that?" he Inquired ureatfi lessly. "Don't vou know who I nm?" she ' asked lu return. "A goddess, a beautiful woman!" he I answered ridiculously enough. She looked straight at him. This time I his ga.e dropped. "I am a friend of Elizabeth Carpen- ter. who is Wallace Carpenter's sister, ! who, I belleM'. is Mr. Harry Thoipe's partner." j She paused ob though for comment. The young man opposite was occupied I lu many other more Important diiec- tlons. "We wrote Mr. Harry Thoipe that we were about to descend on his ells ' trlct with wagons and tents and hull- ans and things, nnd asked him to come ' and seo us." ! 'elm ..hi l,ul.-ml nf hi 111 fur n moment Lsteailllv. then smiled. The change of I ihuu'iillkent.". big aside to leave a way clear. hall meet my friends." Thorpe imagined she referred to the rest of the tenting party. He hesitat ed. "I am hardly In fit condition," he ob jected. She laughed, parting her red lips. "You are extremely picturesque Just as )ou are," she said, with rather em barrassing directness. "I wouldn't have you uny different for the world. Hut my friends don't mind. They are used to it." She laughed agnln. Thorpe crossed the pole trail and for the llrst time found himself by her side. The warm summer odors were in the air; a dozen lively little birds sang lu the brush along tho rail; the Minllght danced and flickered through the openings. Then suddenly they were nmong the pines, and the air was cool, the vista dim and the birds' songs Inconceivably fur away. He said little, and that lamely, for be dreaded to Bay too much. To her playful sallies lie had 110 reposte, and In consequence lie fell more silent with another bodlng-that he was losing bis cause outright for lnck of a ready word. And so the last spoken exchange be tween them meant nothing, but If euct could have read the unsaid wordB that qui voted on the other's heart Thorpe would bine returned to U10 Fighting Forty inoro tranquilly, while she would probably not have leturned to the camping patty at all for a number of bouts. "1 do not think you had better come I with me." she said. "Make your call ' and be forgiven 011 your own account. ' 1 don't want to drag you lu at my thai lot wheels." 1 "All right. I'll come this afternoon." ! Thorpe had replied. I "I love her; I must have her. I must go-at once," his soul cried, "quick I now before I kiss her!" "How htiong lie Is," she said to her- 1 self, "how brave looking, how honest! . He Is different from the otheruen. He THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER Of, Ltd. SPECIAL FERTILIZER - r. 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ATlrKR'ION Dll "ClOlh. XOTIIINO LlKi: ENI'UKIHNCK. "One iruth learned by acttinl ex pel ienee docs more good than ten experiences one hear.t nbotit." "Oh, we didn't come by way of your, ( Tell a mn that Chamberlain's mill. We drove fioin Marquette." . . . . "I see." cried Thorpe, enlightened. 1 Colte, Cholera and Diarrhoea "Hut I'm sorry I didn't know,. I'm sor- Keniedy will cure cholera morbus, ry you didn't let me know. I suppose , . . ... t .,k , f t u be. Oui ittlll ." - fore the end of the day. Let him Hilo Wine and Liquor Co. AND Hilo Saloon Wholesale P. O. Box 30G Telephone 90 Front Near Church St. Retail P. O. Box 096' Telephono4l King; Noar Front St. Choicest American and Kuropcan Wines, Beers, VJuskies, Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Htc. J. S. CANARIO, Manager. J you thought I was still at me nun How did you get along? Is Wallace with you?" "No," she replied, dropping her hands and straightening her erect figure. "It's horrid. He was coming, and then some business came up, and lie couldn't get away. We are having tho loveliest time, though. I do adore the woods. Come," she cried Impatiently, sweep- IT'S CHEAPEST AND nave a severe attack of that disease, feel thai he is about to die, use this ! remedy, and leani from his own ex perience how quickly it gives relief, and he will remember it all his life. Vox sale by Ililo Driiu Co. J. Ivancovich & Co. PAY FOR THE BEST WHOLF.SALF, Commission Mprclinnts I SAN FRANCISCO," - CAL. IMPORTF.RS OF HAWAIIAN BAMS and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS CONSIGNMKNTS SOLICIT!',!) THAT'S TnF. CLASS 1)1 WORK F.XFCITF.D ll THE PLI FRONT ST., Op. SI'KF.CKICJ.'S III OCK ', . V t-6h m -.' k r v . tVL 5 -J, J , I n. , ' A i ' I . ,. l&tolfamhkfrm 4 Ml. i-,,. tMjfyi WW