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mr s ' frrrnt
during tho tumnltnouB troubles of n pre
ceding summer, had stood loyal to tho
, company, nnd with a fow bruvo men
had kept theso mimo miners at tho lower
end'of' the-Bnloh'' 'iiwy from tho com
pany'f works. Hero ho(wns now strain
. ?ttifeinlh,dn&bolto,trraof thorn.
' An ax opened tho passageway and re
vealed a dark spaco of ahoufr 2 feet by 4
feet' ''iht' dimensions, bill, fastened tho
ropo nudcr his arms and lashed his ro
volvcr to tho inner side of his right leg.
"It will bo a oloso fit in tho conduit, "
said ho, "but I will need tho pistol to
alarm tho men, should I got to tho mill.
When tho ropo is pulled, haul away,
and I hopo each tinio you will havo a
Wo lowered away, nnd ho dlFnppenr
od. I felt peculiarly nnoaty at seeing
tho generous follow leavo, though tho
schemo seemed so fcasiblo that I could
. not seo any danger involved. "If tho
flnnio is broken, wo will haul him buck, "
I reasoned. I know ho could not us,o his
arms to signal whilo in tho conduit, and
I decided to haul away if nono camo
within a reaBonablo timo. Tho men at
work hlow hail suspended operations
and stood gazing up at us in wonder
ment. On arriving at our elevated position
overlooking tho gulch I hud noticed u
decided cliango in tho weather. A
"chinook" was blowing thoi-o south
westerly winds which temper tho cli
mato of tho west, changing within a
p fow hours winter into spring, snow into
wator. Instead of tho blinding snow of
tho day boforo, a drizzling rain at first
set in, and within an hour had greatly
increased inquantity. Surely thoso soft,
gcntlo winds that biing lifo to freezing
mcu and beasts as far cast as tho Bad
Lands ucrer bring destruction in their
"This will pack and scttlotho snow,"
remarked ono of tho miners.
Wo did not then know what effect
that would havo on tho flume. This
sluice, which furnished water power
for tho mill, did not descend in n direct
line, but took a diagonal courso across
Bill reached tho tnrbino safely, but
bad no room to sparo tho conduit. Ho
told tho men below that ho felt very
u peculiar whilo making this part of tho
descent, fearful that by somo chanco ho
might bo fastened thcro.
On reaching tho tnrbino ho flrcd a
shot, but no reply of any kind was
made. Then ho flrcd two in succession,
and soon tho joyful answer, in tho
shapo of hammering on tho metallic
pipe, greeted Ins cars. Tho men, poor
fellows, thought tho first shot was a
breaking timber and listened to it grim
ly. They hud braced tho building as
well as they could, and wero awaiting
their fato. When tho two reports sound
ed, they felt suro it was a signal, and
Emma Joo (lin last worked at tho I'm
r ma mino) said: "ltouso up, boys. Hero
is rcscuo sure,"
At flrst, they afterward told me, it
had not occurred to them that any ono
camo down through tho conduit They
thought a shaft had been sunk and that
tho first object encountered was tho con
duit. Thoy ran to it and hammered a
dull reply, mid thero was no mistake as
'whenco it cama . Bill could only kick
Avith his boot
Weak and exhausted they worked
with despcruto eagerness, and after
Eomo timo removed tho turbine, Down
dropped Bill among them.
"Thank God, it's Govomor Bill!"
said Emma Joe, And then theso rough,
reckless men sobbed with joy.
"What's that, Bill?" Joo inquired.
"It's tho snow settling. Thcro is a
chinook' above. Come, hurry, you fel
lows, and wo will leavo this place."
Tho flrst man to go attached tho ropo,
pulled at it and was hauled upward.
And the snow continued to settle.
Then two moro wero rescued and tho
"Go ahead, Bill."
"No, you, Joe. Hurry!"
"Why, old man, so anxious?"
"Just bi'causo tho fellows abovowant
to seo you, Joe," ho almost pleaded.
Joo afterward said that Bill looked palo
, ut this timo itud assumed indifference.
"Tho heavy snow might crush tho
"It won't crush it."
"Woll, then, hero goes. Goodby. "
When Bill replied, Joo said that.he
smiled like n woman.
Joo barely passed tho point whero tho
wooden flumo was united to tho conduit
Tho normal strain was separating them,
tho nnglo between them was becoming
sharper und sharper, but ho bent his
body and thus passed through. Then
with a horriblo feeling .ho thought of
Bill. "And this ia why ho limned us, "
This was tho reason. Bill noticed tho
break when ho descended, and ho knew
what tho creaking sounds from tho con
duit meant, but ho fver told the othei.
When .Too reached tho surface ho barely
whispered, "Iliury uud lower tho ropo I"
Tho woight at tho ropo's end lodged.
Joo knew whcie.
And then tho miners dug with frenzy,
for Bill was tho prido of tho camp.
Wheu tuo shaft, sunk through the snow,
roached tnt mill, it un ex-ushfd. Tho
fetraitt upou it duo to tho watered snow
had been too great Governor Bi ll's body
was found rovolvcr in hand, and this
told a story. Two days lator thero wus
us impreasivo a funeral at tho Lust
Chanco camp as was over seen on tho
frontier. They buried him, not in wormy
earth, but deep in tho fragmentary rock
of a played out r -po of thv mum
Thoy will t 11 you now among tho
Cnmr d'Alcuo mountains of tho goveru-
,-or hero of the Cu'iir d'ilaloiuo, "heart
of breath." Lieutenant, Herman Hall
in Collier's ,'M:ly.
Duily Bulletin, 75c. par mouth.
and G-ray .
fSlfMMEl -:- eOIEl'jS
NO, 10 STORE.
Dr. W.L. Moore
Special attention given to diseases of the
eye and ear.
Walnnuonue Avo. near Court Uouso. iG3-tf
(Physician -:- ami -:- Surgeon
Eesidonco next to II. W. Schmidt,
Esq., Berctania street
Specially; Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose anl Tiroal
DR. L. F. ALVAREZ
HAS HEMOVKU TO
Emma Street, near Berotania.
tST Ilonrs: 3 to 5 nnd 7 to 8 p. h.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND,
Offlco: Corner of Fort and Rorotania
Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m., 1 to4p.ni,
Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
I. MORI, M. D.,
OiBco : Corner Fort nud Kukui ets.
Residence, Arlington Hotel.
Hours: 7 to 8:30 am; 4 to 8:30 p m, Sat
urday nnd Bund iy, 1 to T p in. Tel. 530.
Dr. C. B. High,
into Philadelphia Dental Cc
Qrndunto Philndclphin Dental College,
A. O. WALL, D. D. S.,
Ilotol Street, Arlington Cottago.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Honolulu, II. 1.
J3T Olllco : 114 Merchant street.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
TYPEWRITING AND , COPYING.
.HISS JII. F. LKDKllEK.
Office: liruco Wnring it Co., Fort
1 i allun rtnc with TliroM, T.hhk or WiMlnir Plwu'fi
it 'luiulu aurrli.tsrnfula, nbina. or Nervous JioMN
. ru ., 'll ixi .1 n a niii,.u tiullli- ut 1)11. Oujt.
KINS rilnciiLTl. EMl'MION for trial. Call
la-ira of IIoilisi ru lrnK I , Honolulu, II, I. "Ills
iuaraiiUuvl tu i'okutblti u Milk ut Uusoy.
EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 28, 1896.
Castle Sd Coolie
Hardware . i
Wm. 6. Irwin & Go.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd Manager
Clnus Spreokels, ... Vice-President
W. M. Giflhrd, - Secretary nnd Trensuror
Theo. O. Porter, ... Auditor
AQI5NTH OF THH
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
0. BREWER & COMPANY, LIMITED,
Queen street, Honolulu, II.I.
Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Onomea Sucar
Company, Honomu SiiRar Company, Wnlluku
SiiRar Company, Wallice Suear Company, Makee
Suear Company, Halcakala Knnch Comp.im , Ka
papula Ranch. - PUntcrs" Line San Krancisco
rackets, Chas. Ureuer M Co.'s Line of lloslon
racket. AKCtitv lloktnu Ihianl of I'mlcruritcrs.
Agent! Philadelphia Hoard of Underwriters.
LIST OF OKFICFJM :
P O Jones, President! Goorgo 11 Ilobertson,
Mnnngerj E F llinhop, Treasurer ntfd Sec
retary; Col. V F Allen, Auditor; OM Cooke,
II Vi nturhouso, A V Carter, DiroctorB.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stables.
l'ACIIECO A Veiin'andkz
A Dolicnte Touch !
Koon Enzors !
Artistic Hoir Cutting !
Comfortable Clmir3 !
tCW Wo cmpltiy nouo but tho most ex-
ferioncoil Toutfoniil Artists. Tho most
mxuriouRly nppolntcd Shop in tho Isl
ands. Beaver Saloon,
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and. Coffee
AT ALIi JIOU11S.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AIiWATS ON IIAND.
Eagle -:- House
CARL KLEMM1D. PrDpriBtnr,
Now management. Commodious rooms.
Tnblo Board tho lineal, including many
Board and Room, per week $6.50 to $7.50
Table Board, per week $5.00
A FAMILY HOTEL.
Per Day 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
OpaclaJ. 3ontiily XlOLtoo I
Tho Best of Attoudnuce, tbo Best Situa
tion nnd tbo Fluent Monk iu tliin Oity
llotel fitreot, noar Fort.
BKEAD, PJES and CAKES
Ol all kinds,
ljj& Tho Finest Importod and Home
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
Uoadquartord for Inland Curios.
jmipiJi: iK. m, ww
Z7T '--. I'll tr H I l)
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
Importers anoLIquor Merchants.
No. C, Drumm Street, - San Francisco.
FOll SALE IN ntJLK.
Amkuican Uornho.v Wiiiskiks in Bond po
unrrei contnuiliig nlxnit 40 gallons each
nt vnrious prices according to ago and
California (?KArn Brandy in linnd per
barrel ol about 40 to 00 gallons.
A ho Ihecehhrnttd Cate miitkiet :
"Ltra Pony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottlesj
3 gallons per case.
"Bcarcrass" llonrbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
U-5 gallons per case.
"Old I'iouoer" llonrbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-0 gallons per caso.
"Tennessee White Ityo" Whisky, 12 bottles'
2 2-fi gallons per caso.
OALIKOllNIA TOUT WINES, snEIlMES,
Sondordors by .mail. Satisfaction gua
ranteed, Braunschweiger & Co.,
m-lm No. C, Drumm street.
A goneral stock of Liquors, Ales and
FItESH UEEU ALWAYS OX DIUUUHT.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY,
Aro of tho finest and como to u
diroct from Eiiropo. ....
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Imported stmight from Louis,
Our. Niitinnu hiuI UerelnulK St.
T. Ki:vn, Itliiimcpr.
COOL FRESH BEER !
On Draught mid ilia Standard lirauds ot
FINE WHIBKIE8, 3nANDlC0. WINES AND
T III.R OI.AIir.T A 8PLCIAI.TV.
KI.NO AMI NUUA.VU KmEKTS.
Tlio celebrated Enteupiuse
Beer oh Draught and in
4U Moroliunt Street.
Lands For Sale situated
at ICanoohe, Oahu.
Lot near Lunalilo Jlome
Lots at Pearl City.
Furnished JioomsTo Let.
42 tterchant street.
R. C. A. PETERSON
Custam, Hauss Broker,
Notary -- 3?ublic,
General Business Agent.
Collections carefully attonded to.
13T Offlco with II. E. Wulkor, Cum
mins Block, Merchant street. 2;8-tf
W. H. RICKARD,
General Business Agent
Will tittoml to Gonvoynnciug in
till its Brunches, Collecting
and all Businoss Mutters
All BusinoBs entrusted to him
will receive Prompt nnd Careful
Hcnokaa, Hamafaia, Hawaii.
A Nevr Abstract Office.
Ab a result of 15 year's experi
ence in tho Abstract Business, I
am propnrod to miiko Abstracts of
Title in a most thorough accurate
and complete maimer, and on
T. "Y. Makinney.
In W. O. Smith's Ollico, 318
Fort Street. 215-tf
- AlSrgMfcMMryid, AW
Ib tho disinfectant that the world
la talking about In the United
States its merits aro becoming
known. Tho peoplo aro using, it.
Puriflno possesses many points In
its favor over other preparations.
It Is odorless, nnd in cmrloylnK it
as a disinfecting ngont, docu not
creato another odor ns offensive as
that which It subdues. Non
poisonous too. That's un advan
tagechildren will meddle; ser
vants misunderstand j then there's
trouble. Somo ono is poisoned.
TIioro who use it speak its praise
in convincing langungo. Here's o,io
from tho Department of Medlcluo
in the University of Michigan.
"Wo use Purlfln" and find It very
good for deodorizing sinks r.sid
boxes, etc.. nnd for wushlng sponges
U3ed about subjects for dissec
tion. W. A. CAMPUELL,
Demonstrator of Anatomy."
upon you and explain tho merits of "Purifino" and tho "Au
H0LLISTER DRUG CO.,
523 Fort Street.
LEWIS $! CO.'S
Telephone 240. Ill Fort
J. S. WALKER,
QejJeel qEUT po THE HV'A. Isfms
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVEEPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOE MARINE & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SCOTTISH UNION and NATIONAL INSURANCE CO.,
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN AT REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOCK Honolulu, H. i,
r-: AT THE:-,
Gitv Furniture Store,
(Corner of Fort and
Just rooeived Ex. Bk. Albert ti
R,13EI F LTCWVITTJ-fcfcE.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
IMPOllTEUS AND i)EALr3!8 m
Groceries, Provisions and Feed.
New Goods Received by Every Packet from tbe Eastern BUitCB and Europe
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER;
All Orders laithlolly attondod to and Goods Dellvorod to any
tart of the Oity FREE,
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EAST COHNEK yOUT AND KING STREETS.
Telephone 53. 3 VST P. O. Box 222.
Oahu Lumber Building Co.,
King Stroot, near Oahu Railway ii Laud Co.'u Depot.
Iiiimbes Horchants, Contractors and Builders.
IMl'OUTEllB AND DEALEI18 IN
JDoors, Sash, Blinds, Paints, Oil,
Builders1 Hardwnre, Etc., Etc.
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PURIFINE is for sale by
tho IIollistkk Duua Co. in
25c, 50c, 75c. and 1.50 bot
tles. The "AUTOMATIC
DISTRIBUTORS" are for
rental. Our Agents will call
r, - - it .
Be ": -"fetJ
Exclusivo Agents for tho Islands.
Street. P. OT Box 147.
Untlortnkor ond Embalmer
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