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HONOLULU, II. I., SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER .!'' 5801. UMV.'.!H'?T (US Tilfi "UAILY BU! i'ir," IS PUBLISHED ETiry Afternoon Except Sundays At tbt Office, Queen street, Honolulu, H. I. DANIEL LOGAN Editor & Manager FOB THE Daily Bulletin Publishing Company, (Limited ) Ml BMt Jtli'TIO.N: Daily Bulletin, 1 year $G 00 " " 6 mouths 3 00 " " per month (de livered) CO Weekly Bulletin Summary, 1 yeai $5 00 " . . t, foreign 6 00 W Both Telephone fto. stliO. - ttAddress all business communica tions "Manageu Daily Bulletin." tAddre88 all matter for publica tion "Editor Daily Bulletin." P. . Kox Ki. Honolulu. II. I. )M. MONSABEAT Attorney at Law and Notary Public. Merchant street, Honolulu. 1-91 r Alfred Magoon. Attorney at Law and Notary Public. No. 42 Merchant street, Hono lulu. i-9i DAVID DAYTON (KewiM) Will be in his private ofliee from 12:30 to 1:30 r. w. Office: 91 Kin;; street, (up stairs). l-m HW. Schmidt & sons, Importers & Commission Mer chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-01 HHACKFELD & CO , General O'uninission Agents. Corner Fort and Queen streets, Hono lulu, H. I. i-9i G. W Macfaelane Si Co , Importers and Commission Merchants. Queeu street, Honolulu, H. I. i-9i GONSALVES & CO., Wholesale Grocers and Wine Merchants. Beaver Block, Honolulu, H. I. 1-91 I OHN T. WATEBHOUSE, I Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu, H. I. 1-91 V17 ILDEB & CO., f Dealers in Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials of every kind. Corner Fort and Queen streets, Honolulu. 1-91 L EWERS & COOKE, Importers and Dealers in Lum ber and all kinds of Building Materials. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91 rPHB I X L X Auction & Commission House pays the highest cash price for all kinds of Second-hand Furniture, .Stoves, Etc. Furnished houses bought in tkeir en- 107-91 HONOLULU IKON WORKS, Honolulu, i i H- I. Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers, Coolers; Iron, Brass and Lead Castings ; Machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmitbing. Job Work ex eputed at short noiice. 1-91 T. li. WALKEtJ, Contractor uud Huiltli-. Brick, Stone and Wooden Building esti mates given. Ceuieiary Work and Job bing attended to. 86 King street, Hono lulu. Beli Telephone 107. 9-91 Dr. EMEKSON, No. 135 FORT HTR10J3T. Itell Telephone 51. HOURS: g :3p to 10. ;30 a. M.-a 2 to 3 p. m. !uudays, 0 to lo a. M. Residence, 3 School st. Bell Tel. 149. UUtf. CARPENTER & CONTRACIOR. ,145. JOHN COOli. 1H91. KEMOVED from Alakea street to 177 Fort street. Will contract for building all kinds of wooden buildings and do all kinds of jobs. SI -91 0. B. RIPLEY. AKLIIITUCT, Ofrjcjci Koom S. Spreckels1 Block. Mutual Telephone 208. New Designs ! Modarn Buildiags ! Complete plans and specitications for every description of building. Contracts drawn and careful superintendence of construction given when required. Call and examine plans. apr 29 ly H. LOSE, COMJIISIOX AUKXT. Patentee of "Lome's Chemical Com pound" for Clarifying Cane Juice; of Which supplies are kept on hand. (W He w ill attend to auy business entrusted to him. OFFICE: No. 42 IHerclunf Street. 'telephone: Mutual 128; Beli 152. P. O. Box 338. 143 3m This Space FOR N. S. 104 Fort St., : POPULAR MILLffiEEY HOUSE. Shipping k Commission Merchants, PLANTATION Xt I X 8 U ii t a AHKN'I, XtEAI.KUH 18- Biiilders' and General Hardware, Agriciitei Implements, PLANTATION HUI'l'LII-W, Carpenters', Blacksmiths', Machinists' A. Plumbers' Tools, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS ! Kitcheu Utensils, Paints, Oil, Varnishes, Lamp Goods and lake's Steam Pamps, Weston's Centflfanali, . Wm & Gl&iis, & Ramiugtoa sawing MdCfciaas, Dr. itm.it Sods Family Hadtelnta i m Telephones, No. 119.- Chas. Hustace, Lincoln Block, King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea Streets, IMPORTER & DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed. Fresh California Roll Butter & Is'and Butter , ALWAYS ON HAND. New Goods received by tv.-ry stecm-rs from Saa Francisco. g0" All outers faithfully attended to ami satisfaction guaranteed. Island orders solicited aud Hacked with euro. Telephone 240.- LEWIS & CO,. HONOLULU, H. I., Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions, By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calafornia Roll Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables, etc., etc. A complete line of Crosse & BUickwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh line of German Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis A Co.'s Maltese Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat Flakus and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside Oranges, Oregon Buihauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. E.c. Satisfuc'i-u s;uan.nteed 1-91 P. O. Box 145.- H. E. nicintyre & . v. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions and Feed, EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. New Goods received Ly every packet from Ex-ti'm States hii1 Europe, Frtwh California Produce by every steamer. All orders faithfully utteiided to and Goods delivered to any part of the city free of charge, bland orders solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed. ' 1-91 in Eeervs l SACHS, : : : Honolulu. -P. O. Box 372. -P. O. Box 297. Ill roit Strtet, -Telephone No. 92. SUNRISE. The sun sinks dovmrard thru' the cilrcrmist Tbat lgoms acro.-a the vajiey, fold on fold. And sliding ttiro' the Uc'dn tiutl, uawu iuis kissed, Willumctte tmlla.u soi pent scalert with gold. Trade onward ever, t ui iin; u,- it ot':. Past many a hill anil tiiut.)' a (U'w ort'd lea. U'titU it wli.irc t '.i.Uiil.'la liOivo, Uep touued, ditp chorc?u. to tbu waiLins Oh, lovely valey thro' which WiUaiTiette sliiI O, viae chid hilU tliul he.ir iuoot'l vuicu cdll My hcait turns ever to thfme sweet, cool lips That, passing, proas each rock or gras3y wall. Thro' pasture lands, where mild eyed cattle fcod. Thro' marshy Rats, whore velvet tulea grow, Post many a rose tree., many a sin fins roed, I hear those wet lips calling, caliius low. The sun sinks downward thro' the trembling ha.e; The mibt flliiits glistening needles hlfh and higher, And thro' the clomls-O, fair beyond all praisel Mount llifnl leais, chastened t'roui a sea of fire. Ella Ilig'jins tu West Shoro. A PlIANTO:.! rOUTRAIT. DKAtt MtKB-Will yon loolt tu at my shop this evening? Qui.Hor i i iu town, and Is (toing to dine wit h me at the club. I can't sta:nl an eveniij); of him alone, hut if you aud Teddy O'Brien will support me, with pipes and pota tions, I think wo shall ho a match for him. Como early, and I'm your friend for life. Dll'K UllAVI'JS. I hud nothing jjarticnhtr to do, so 1 sent word round to Dick that 1 should turn up. having first made suro that Teddy (Brien, whoso studio was in the same block, would j?o ;tlso. Qttiller we knew of old, us all tint world knew him a man who had seen everything, done every t hi 'V-C. leeti every win-r;1-and these occasional visiis cd Ins vvra a perjtetUHl terror t; ( iraves. Why he paid them we never Uiinv. There was a hind of tra ditional frieudslrp ween the families certainly, but Ihuller was a man who scoffed jit tralil wn. It.; was in every way out of sympathy wit h u set of ardent and impi eunious p:iinirs. As journal ist, as travt'l.T. as lu'tti of tho world, he had outlived iiis entliu .iasms. Life con tained no now experiences, no surprises for him. Ir was tm1y a monotonous round of the irnowti and tiie expected. Dick Graves, who tisnaUy shone as a host, was ted at hi.i be:-,t, tuat eveniuK. He was nervous at first, and rather silent, leaving tlf) Imrdeu of talk to Teddy ittid myself; and v ' 1 !!k ill luck as t he vii:"h circnla ' ' !' ;'at on a vein of hmiiorous Htorie.., ... ,, aich we laughed conmiitiedly our.-'elves wi...-out evoking even a smile from the guest of the evening. "Will you fellows loo'.c over iny Cornisli sketches," said Graves, smddtmly jump ing up in desperation. "I think there are some you have not seen" and he be gan to rummage about among a pile of old canvases. Quiller resumed his seat, and eat, half absently, half contemptuously, watching us as wo turned over the paintings possibly he was amused by our jargon of "tone" and ''quality," and the rest. At length I picked upfront the heap a painting that caught my eye, and propped it on Hip eased near the lamp. It was quite ntiliko Gravea' nsnal work, and 1 stood looking at it for a moment, not quite knowing why I did so. It was the head of a young woman, pule and slight ly worn. She was leaning a little for ward, looktug out of the picture, her mouth parted by a slight, tremulous smile, and in h'T eyes a look that was a strange mingling or emotions, as it a new hope and happiness had come into a life of sorrow a look half wistful, half exultant. I turned to speak to Graves and saw that Quiller had got up, and was standing gazing at the picture with a look of fasciuationor of fear. Here at last was some thing that interested hint. "Where did you get that?" he asked, abruptly. "What do you think of it?" said Graves, slowly. "It's a good head," said Teddy O'Brien. "It's a wonderful model," said I. "A faeo to haunt one," said Quiller, in a tout; quite unlike his ordinary cyn ical one. "Ah, that's it," said Graves. It's more than human." "Who is it';" said Quiller, in his abrupt way, again. "Pon my soul I can't tell you, for 1 don't know. It's a queer story, and one I'tu almost ashamed to ask you to believe. I shan't blame you if you think I'm hum bugging. " We settled ourselves by the fire with our pipes, and Dick began hi -s story in a manner, fur him, no unusually grave and impressive that it seemed to leave no room for doul.it as to his perfect good faith in the matter. "I went into Cornwall, us yon know, at the e.id of the summer, aud after .loaiing round Newlyn for a while 1 went to the south coast to try and find some pi ea; that h id been less paitited. I stayed a few days at Poljierro, hut it was all so much like the smaller exhib itions in town tht I coul I not stand it, audi finally laul.l at ," naming a sinail seaport town "where there were no painters u:i 1 not many visitors. I stayed at the Ship Inn,' and looked around i'or some pi, ion to hangup my palette, "After some inquiries I fomvj a small '.ottage which had been empty for some time, but w hich had evidently been used as a studio, for there was a wall knocked out at one side and a good sized room added, v.irh ,- high north light. On the south, the i : ii and 'parlor,' which opened one i,,i,, iin other, hud a view of the loveh hi.ie harbor i:i the world. The plat , ... ; t what I wanted, and the rent was aii.Mird only L'lo a year; so 1 took it mom os on the under-. standing 1 1 .a- 1 bon ;t (i eouu'urta!.: , .. look after : . the lime at toe ' :. il i'U if I chose. I . s to iiiahe the place, o.'. an old woman to '; but I lived most, of iii iitn." airl H-t t first I spent yen Knle tit at thesin lio, oiitv talcing ..v e.iiiva-es at tiigiif.. r i'i, c 1 land wet, 1 had i-:, a-: ! t':t n it w.vs t..i e wu.i .-o.uelhitig pir.ee. One day 1 had When OetoUr to do smi:e v. I, 1 began to li; q.ieer about t: been painting u ouiij girl from the vil lage, the granddaughter of my nncnt dame, and I vraa putting a few touches to the background, when I heard a sound close behind me like n very gentle sigh. I looked around quickly, but there was no one in sight no one in the room, in fact. 1 went on painting with an un comfortable feeling of something uncan ny, aud iu a few minutes the sound was repeated actually at my ear. 1 dropped iny brash with the start 1 made, aud then 1 went all through the house to see if any one was in it. I knew that Annie anil her grandmother had gone home, and I thought I hoped that some poor soul had crept in to shelter from the rain by the kitchen fire. Well, there was not a soul near the place. I locked tip care fully that night when I went back to tho inn, aud in the solace of a glass of grog and a pipe before I went to bed I almost persuaded myself there was nothing in it. "In the morning I had really forgotten it, I fancy; but when I got back to the studio a curious thing had happened. Right across the face in iny picture was a couple of brush marks, such as you might make if yon were trying the tooth of a canvas, completely spoiling my work of the day liefore. I called tip Annie and her grandmother, and accused them of plawng tricks. They were indignant at the idea, and I finally had to apologize for my suspicions. We searched the house together, but could find no means by which any one could have eutered, and at last I was obliged to conclude that I must have done the damage myself when I let my brushes fall. Iu a few days, however, it became impossible to explain the thing by this or any other natural means; constantly my canvases wore tampered with, and I grew to have the feeling that after twilight I was never alone in the room; that faint sigh which had so startled me at first I came to listen for and exeot, ami I began tit last to clothe it with a personality, and to wish I had some means of comforting the poor soul who had no other language to express her despair. I did not think it was she who had defaced my canvases, however, aud J took to carrying' my work hack with me at night to the inn, where the canvases were securg from interference. "I suppose the thing woidd have ended there but for an accident. There was a race me"tin ; in : U:- town, and the 'ship' was invaded by a. 1, w set of fellows, who got, di'uuka.id made beasts of themselves generally. The place became unbearable, and I determined to camp in the studio until they cleared out. 1 made up a big fire, got my old woman to leave me some hot water i:i the kettle, aud with the help of a rug and a pillow stud'ed into the back of my chair 1 made myself tolerably comfortable for the night. How long I slept I don't know. I awoke suddenly, not as one does in bed,' with a drowsy feeling of relief that it is too early to get up, but with every sense on the alert, and a curious impression that something unusual was happening. The fire was still bright, and made a glow on the opposite wall; but what made the room so light was the moon shining in through the square window in the roof. I could see everything in the room quite plainly, but I seemed oppressed by some weight that made me powerless to move. I sat there glaring at what happened as helpless as if I had been bound. My painting things were just a I had left them; my canvas, on which I had sketch ed in a head, on the easel, and (dose by, on a stool, paints, brushes and palette. They had been there, that is to say, for now there stood in front of the easel, with his back to me, a tall man, with a stoop in his shoulders and dark gray hair; he had my palette in his h-uel. anil he was painting with a sort of nervous intensity that it thrilled me to see, . I looked to see what he waa painting, for he kept glancing over toward the patch in the moonlight; but at first I could see nothing. (TO HE CONT1NCED.) STOCKS and BONOS FOIt HALK ! A Rare Chance for Investors ! 4 S Trustees of the Kwa Plantation V Company, the undersigned offer for sale the Bonds of this Company to the extent o' iJi.'iO.OoO (of which about 8120,000 have already been disposed of), in liotids of ijslnno each, issued in Scries A, I', C. D aud E. of $50,0110 each, pay able In 3, d, 5, (i and 7 years respectively, bearing interest at 7 percent per aminin hi coupons maturing April 1st and Octo ber 1st. of each jear- princii ai and in terest all payable" iu U, S, tiold Coin, at our ojlice. These Bonds are secured by a First Mortgage on the entire property of the Company, and are free of Government t ixes. AdequH'e Insurance on liui'dings, Machinery, etc., is provided with loss if any payable to the order of the Trustee. The Company having also voted to in crease their Capital Mock from $500,000 to $7o0,000. we are prepared to issue n poition ot the New Shares upon appli cation to in with an equivalent remit tance accompanying same. Honolulu, Aug. 2i, lrtCU. 20o 1 in VfiTEfilNARY lltllMM, KIlIC Mtl'Hft. tlmiolciH Excellent accommodation for patients. 1)K. A. II. UO WAT, V. S. Otlice Hours 7:30 to 10 a. m.; 12:30 to 2 p. in. ; I :;;t) tu ( p. m, TKl.tl'iioNK.s; BelliHi. Mutual 13. 1. U. Box 32ii. 102lf Assaroace Gcmpssy !! . A x U1UU OF I.OIMV H. VV. SCH.V. DT A SO MS, Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. i-'J I l:u -ISO : V-il for Vim i X ICintr ( i ( si. All kinds ,,f XF.W and SKCOND-HANIJ FUHMTUKK sold cheap for cash at the 1 X I.. gSSTTliel X I. pays the II KiUF.ST CASH I'liK 'H for all kinds of Second-bund r tirnitiiie, Stoves, Sowing Machines, Ftc., F.tc. ST IF Vol' WAXT TO SELL ,,ut your Household Furniture in its entirety, cull at the J X L Auction Ji Commission House, corner Ximanii and King streets. Prompt lieturiiK Made on Goods Sold on Commission! Steamer & Vcramlu Chairs for sale at the Single & Double Bedroom Sets for sale at tbe Single & Double Sets Harness, Surcingles, Whips, Bridles & Saddles for sale at the Books, by standard authors, only 50cts, for sale at the Extra Quality Safety Matches, 7,'icts a gross, (or sale at the All Makes of Scooml-hai (1 Sewing Machines for sale at the Meat Safes. Ice Boxes, Stoves, Iliiijs, Mosquito Nets, Tables, Chairs, Mirrors, Hanging Lamps, i hamleliers, Feather Pillows. Bed Lounges, sofas, Spring & Hair Matliasscs. Wan li'obt's. Sold at tbf Lowest Cash Prices at the I X L Auction & Commission. House, corner of Xmianu and King streets. KTv7ledkrer, 1'ltOPItIETOR. - Storo Open Snturday Evenings till 9 o'clock. -i may 7-91 JOHN NOTT, Importer and Dealer in Steel Iron Ranges, Stoves anil Fixtures,' "ji"-'i s-y Housekeeping Goods AGA1E WARE IN WHITE, 0!AY Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps, Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes. Pliimbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work, C. BREWER & CO., I.IIIITBII), General Mercantile AND Commission Agents. LIST OF OPH1CEKS: I J. O. Carter President & Manager ( IL lioberuon Treasurer K. F. Bishot fjecrctiiry w.F.Aiien Auditoi DIliKCTOlts; it i,. . Hon. 0. K. Bishop, S. C. Allen, II. Watcilionsc. (LI KtTt--.it.) OKKKR KOK SALK PArlAFFIitiE PAIT CO.'S COMPOUNDS and ROOFING, RfcEO S PMENf Felt Steam Pipe ZomkL all sizes. FERTlIFZERS : WOOL DUST, WJNIC MKAL, FLSH GU.ANi.i, ALSO- BUCK & OHLAI DT'B Hlga Grade Cticmlcal Cane Maocra ! GRASS SEEDS: COCKSFOOT, KYE GRASS And CLOVERS. I Refined Sugars, : Fairbank Canning Co.'t Cornw Beet, 1 ami 2 lb. tit s. SALMON IX BARRELS. PAPER H AXilXJ I ( r i Evt" 1 aiM,"r 18,1 J Mini Have y..iir i'aticrllauKi.iK done promptly hikI neatly. 1:10 Foil street, h. (I Invio tS Company, lid U . Jl MU1 V L 1 FT,. W. ; Il Sideboards. Whatnots. Hmiioiio, Ls Baby Cribs it i 'arringes, Yard Brooms, Crockery A Glassware, Towels, Clothes Baskets, Blankets, Bedspreads. Brown & Blue Mottled .Soap, Ktc, Etc. Is - I w If & Kitchen Utensils, LARGE VARIETY. SILVEK-PLATED CASTLE & COOKE, , mPOKTEHtt, Hardware, Shipping - AM) Commission Merchant, 1 I uealkru in ! General Merchandise J i Plantation Agents, j ... : tit 4 Marine t,.... A...... 1 HONOLULU, H. I. 91 8TBAM CiNB? FACTORY A.X i i k i-aty. 1 8i k K iiOKV, ! Practical Co. tfeci loner, I'astry Cook A j Baker. I 71 Hotel St. Saiar Teleiilioue 74. l-!l HEAVER The EeiJ Lunch in Town, Tea and Coffee at U Hours The Finest Brands ol Ul&fll 8, Alwuy on llund. PA15TFKI i I F you want First-class Job ol Paint- ) I me of anv desciiptioti done, call oa j the 1'ractical Painter, J. L. Mkt ooly. :-ir"" Jit 1 i 1 i -1 I VKSrSrasai? 1 1 5 Fort street 130, P. 6. Box isT, 156 It i v