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? VROFfiSSIOXAI. CARDS. The HP TRIBUNE W. H. SMITH, : : : Editor ABCH. C. STEELE, t r Manager Published Every Saturday, CLEAN. RELIABLE and NEWSY SCBCRIPTJON Local VZ&) jwryear Foreign. 3.50 ' " This publication has the largest circuit tion on the Island of Haraii of any NXWSPAPEB. and a an AJ.ertUing Mcdiain is SECOND TO K02FE. Hawaii Sliimpo Shi THE Pioneer Japanese Printing Office. Tho Publisher of "HAW AH SHXMPO," the only daily Japanese Paper Published in the Territory of Hawaii. Y. SOGA, Editor. 0.SH10ZAWA, Proprietor. Editorial and Printing Office, near King bridge, King Street. P. O. Box 907 UH. 0- IRUif 0 . CJD. Wm.G Irwin . .President Manager Glaus Spreckela . .First Vice-Pres. W. 3L Oiffard Second Vice-Pres. Whitney, Jr .. Treas. i W. Ro;5 . . Auditor, SUGAR FACTORS a o day service. AND 8om(ni8sioi pi?- AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Co. Of San Francisco. Cal. ALL KINDS OF Horse Furnishing Goods ON HAND. Phtotation Orders Solicited at Living Prices" California Harness Shop, G39 King Street, Lincoln Block. Telephone 778. Hawaiian Navigation Co. GASOLINE SCHOONERS. .Surprise wills from Honolulu every ten dayB to Lahaina nud Makena, Maui, and all tho Koua ports of Hawaii. Alternating (Tuesdays or Fridays) with inter-Island Steamers, this gives Kona Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon as possible after arrival for Kauai ports. Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe, Maka- roIi, Waimea and Ivekana. T'io vessels carry freight aud passengers and insure quick dispatch. Fr further information apply to the agents. M. W. McOHESNEY & SONS, Queen Street : : : : : Honolulu. Ohia Wood For Sale. In any quantity. Apply to W. 0. ACHI & CO., 10 West King Street. July 30 1900. WESTERN ASSUR ED CAPITAL $2,000,000.00 J. H. FISHER, Agent Hawaiian Islands. FIRE ASSOCIATION OF PHILADELPHIA ASSETS $6JS0tSeS.S8 J. H. FISHER. Agent Hawaiian Islands. DiHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO. lWUBMaTJt9lllllfci!99UBBl TlfWE TABLE. From snd After January 1,"1900 SUUOC&. Hoaololu FBariatT EwXlU Tftlalua Kkhuktt Ettlloa. Xa&oxu.... Wftlalaa, ... Valauae... K5ini... Pearl CUT.. eBQtuta .. Daily ex 35 un LB. TU9 9-33 .aMwiaox. OUTWARD, Dur 10 SK II 33 Plly ex Sob 11:03 11 HO Dally Buoir n.m. p.m. 3d) SU 3 ST -3:50 iHS . :M .... OS .... IXWAKD. Dally Dauy Dally Daily ex x Dally San Sun a.m. aja. p.aa. p.m. ...... ..... iM .... 3:98 .... ..... 6il0 .... 3sK) ...... ..... ??2v .... 9zM : THS 14S 4JK 6dS l-JK id ..1.. 6: :( aaK OI r.asaUTaT. P.aYlVAj i-4 .- LONGING. Is civ & vtsRY rtj,Hi a I kz fcr vmis patSa, rrtlmtl rf faa, Ta m ia il " a -?-- OC alodar; asdr abefr. I tVr How Jtir g:'j! t m irr rv Ce vJMa bread iruae zLe smctl Ati rpmztl la tta trtod tiat bnst&ca rf ta; Bnr&kKi rf fiii i4 a5i5 afcaim pUjr Boa& cos! pna tiat iac i lasSicr cof Xs rirr Krd acta u tSrsaji a&J thrwtt ?b jnctfzl betrt cf iSease. Ai. 1 lacf Tor bUsOf tn thai trail ifxisat tb tat Aad ci 23 zdjit to trKteh tie -mistier Kan Brrirr the rut fixnfT; cf raxit Bobcr? Bu&fsri is Eut sad Weat. 1a l ::!:iii!ii MOMENT OF WEAKNESS. T Sow m. Couple Obtained Oooaesi to Their Xarriaee. "What on earth are we to do? cried pretty Lydla DarrcD almost tearfully. "I won't marry old not If all the aunts In the world told me to." "Marry me and defy the old catr Tes; that's Just what I should like to do, but one must consider things." "Yon mean money?" "Yes; I mean money. Yon see. If Aunt Judith had any rational ground for objecting to our marriage. If she said yon drank or were already course I know yon are not but I am supposing a case" "Don't you think you might snppose something a little less uncomplimen tary r "No; certainly not. What does it matter in supposing? Well, then it would be different, and I should feel that, however wrong she .might be, she really meant welL But when she can only say that you are one of the most arrogant opponents of all the noblest and purest aspirations of our sex which means that she suspects yon of laughing at her bloomers why. then, I know that It Is not me that she Is thinking of but herself all the time. And she wants me to marry because he flatters her to the top of her bent and calls her a pioneer and all that sort of nonsense." "Do you think that punching his head would do any good?" "No; I'm quite sure it wouldn't, or I should have told you to do it long ago. But, for all that. Aunt Judy can do what Bhe likes with all my money until I come of age, and If I marry without her consent before I am 21 all my property goes Into trust, with her as trustee, and she can allow me as much or as little as she likes. If Aunt Judith were an ordinary aunt, one might expect that she would come round when Bhe found out what a dear you really are. But I know she would be only too delighted to get the money for her movements and societies, and I should never get a penny. So we must wait till I am 2L." "If I could only get round her In Rome way. if this wbb in a novel, there would be dozens of wayB. I should drop on her lu a railway accident and soothe her last moments with my brandy flask." "You forget that sne is a teetotaler." "It you had met ns many teetotalers as I have, you wouldn't bet I know one who simply wolfs down a trifle that Is stiff with brandy and vermuth, though be wouldn't touch either honestly out of a glass, or I might be In the way when her horses bolted." "Oh, she doesn't keep any!" "She would In a novel. And 1 should ctop them at the risk- of my life, and she would fall on my neck and call me her preserver." "I should like to see that!" cried Lydla, with a delicious trill of laughter. "Lyddy, you have no Imagination," said Bob Falk, with dignity. "I am sure the scene would be most dramatic, especially If Lady Judy happened to be In bloomers. And her remorse would be so great that she would give me her consent written on a visiting card, or perhaps my shirt cuff, to mistakes." "How can you talk such nonsense! But yon have given me an idesv Couldn't you save her when she Is out bicycling?' "What from? And how am I to find her at the right moment?' "WelL really I should have thought that a man could have arranged all that In a minute." "Seems as if the surest plan would be to arrange the accident. One might bribe a tramp to attack her and allow himself to be driven off by one. and then he would probably blackmail me for the rest of my life. Or one might get a generous friend to do the tramp part in disguise, only I can't at the present moment think of any man -who would be such a jay. Besides, your Aunt Judy is just the kind of energetic female who would Insist on seeing the villain safe In jail after the rescue. Then I should have to give myself up to save him. The plan is not so brilliant aa It seemed at firsts "No; It Isn't; very far from It. But listen to me. On Monday Aunt Judy starts on a bicycle ride to Scotland alone. She wishes to show that one woman In bloomers can go through the length of England without coming to grief. Now, my Idea Is that you should accompany her." "Myea! Do you think she will catch on to the elopement?' "Oh, she Is not to know. I will And ut the route she goes by. and you will follow at a distance and keep her tn algbt. Then If she gets Into any difficulties and I feel sure she will you caa roah to the rescue and earn her ternal gratitude." "Supposing she aees me early tn the jauat aad aasokea the trick?' "To must take care she doesn't. If you keep behind her all the time, ah wont be able to aee you." Bob Falk was very much tn love wit pratty LyIa DanelLacd he would F.W. Makinjiey Searcher op Records tar Mar OHwatt W. G. 1KWIX k Co. Abstracts and Certicaiee of Carefully Prepared AC MMr to Lss o T THE HOSOLTJLTJ EXPTJBLICA5, SATURDAY, SfcPflOfWKB 15, lfOO. feave ctteamyted anything that bore the Car Plartajc l ownrefc. Frequent cases of card playing occurred In churches In olden days in the sigh or curtained .family pews, ,fhat were to. be .found In aeTeral parts of this cotatry A case of card playing was RMntkmed by the poet Crabbe as harlBg occurred In oae of those pews in Trowbridge pariah church. Mr. Hope. stated that card playing was not uncommon In churches having curtained pews, where those occopylng them were screened from the obenwstioftae congregation, attdthft ooe'of the Georgei is credited with taiin a'nanTe of whist In tlcfccl&bdea: Tfie church at uaelftilnafee has a laxurkww pew door and staircase. The old. StBasTs cathedral before the rest In ikXoadsa .was ssed.by assaas' a sect of exchaage. The pcttoswslKottohuckaters.aadui taoss days gssthttnc and cards are both aaiato atrekea Indulged In withovt latoF biBdrance within the Bchool gardens were established In elgtaaw ago, and it is said tiaat to tkB Is das the prosperity of the rani psoiatk. the larger portloa bflaf eiajsged hi track gardenkg. the tatrsdactlos af agrlcoJtere aits (as aaallc schools ef France, ay a law fmmt't la laW sehosi gardeas tij. Asnati tteas aava basa oeToted to an Sasd TIN) ftsaafellcaa aad yoa wffl it 1 -v. A -"- a-'- that hw wade, Artier KaaBest pro&lce of advancing the date I all of Maine hid. died. The their marriage. Besides, at that pie will spesdthelj hooeyaooa la Kew moment the young woman of the j Xort ry. w&o, Knowing tsem oy signt asa rdlvlnlng a. lore affair, had humanely left them alone In the back- room f cr a few minutes, returned with an apologetic and at the same time decided expression. For one of the results of Lady Judith's harsh policy In ordering that "not at home" was to he said to Mr. Falk and in exercising a strict censorship over the letters received by her niece was that Lydla had hit upon the Idea of the library as a meeting place. and Bob pot messages in the agony column when he wished to communi cate with her. Lydla of course cJoid write to him. "In consequence of as the police- ay, Bob Falk started in pursuit of La ,' Judith partially disguised In a suit of Tery old clothes and a peculiarly -villainous cheap hat By the time the quarry bad passed the one hundredth milestone from London Bob was unable to resist an involuntary feeling of admiration for her pluck. She rode hills which most of her sex would hare walked. She took no heed of the chaff which from time to time floated round the unaccustomed spectacle of her bloomers. She kept up a steady pace and stuck to her arranged route with an accuracy that materially helped the pursuer. At the close of the third day, during which she had beaten her previous record. Lady Jodlth stopped at a wayside hostelry. Hitherto Bob bad avoided the hotels which she favored with her patronage, but now there was no help for It. He must either put up In the same building or ride on five miles to the next town. He thought that If be avoided the front of the house and effaced himself among the people In the bar parlor she would never notice him. After all. If she did she was scarcely likely to suppose that he was there on her account. He loitered about for some little while In order to give her time to settle down in her place and then walked into the bar. The next minute he emerged again with singular alacrity. "What the devil am I to do? I suppose they won't have her In the best rooms in that get up, and Bhe's too tired to go on. If I interfere, it is 10 to 1 that I do no good and 40 to 1 that she only hates me all the more for seeing her. It seems brutal to do nothing or at least not to try, but no woman could forgive a man who bad seen her In such a plight By Jove, If there were only some evidence I All's fair In love, especially In a case like this." He prowled disconsolately to the back of the building, cursing his luck and wondering what he should do. There he hit upon an individual who evidently combined cycling with photography. . A brilliant Idea sprang up in ma brain. He engaged the amateur photographer In conversation and explained his desire. The kodak changed hands, and so did a gleaming yellow coin. There was some shuffling of new films. Then Bob Falk took hasty snapshots of the back and front of the building in order to divert suspicion from his real purpose. After that he conveyed the kodak to the bar. Some little time after her return from Scotland Lady Judith received a very singular letter. It ran: Dear Lady Judith I hare dozen of the Whit should you recommend me to do with themf Voun truly, Robebt Fxlm. The lnclosure was a photograph. She removed the silver paper hastily and saw. Well, you see, when the landlady of that hotel positively refused to admit her to any of the rooms used by ladles on the ground that ber costume would do harm to the establishment she bad consented to take her meal In the barroom and"pnt up with an attic rather than proceed farther In her exhausted state. She had regretted this weakness ever since. She only hoped that no knowledge of the insult which ahe had allowed to be heaped upon the cause would come to the ears of ber strong minded sisters. Now she saw before her eyes a visible presentment of the scene herself in her semimanly garments seated at a small table to the right discussing pro- Tlslons, to the left a knot of common men and the apparatus of the bar. It was bad enough to be exiled from her proper place. There was the worse thought that by her presence in the bar she had given tacit encouragement to the curse of drink. Bob Falk married Lydla Darrell with her aunf s consent and no one could ever make out why Lady Judith changed ber mind so suddenly, least of all Professor who thought himself aggrieved. Aunt and niece did not 6ee much of each other after matrimony. Madame. CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY A GREAT FATORITE. The sootalEg and healing propertias of thi3 remedy, its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent ceres hare made it a great favorite with people eTerywbere. It Is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds, croup and w hooping cough, as it il- ways affords quiet relief, and as It con-. tains no opium or other harmful drug. ( it may be given as confidently to a baby as to an adulL For sale by all J dealers and druggists. Benson, Smith & Co-, general agents Territory of HawalL CUSSFIED AQVERTISEHEHTS. It opritd cllO axil elAxfrtiasrr&B. S eaUaloK teocnJ auerina, 25 MO yer txrk 33 eats pa- hne tin i esd 30 aaUt per &m pc WASTED. WA2TED To rent a oostace, luratshciJ o; tarnished. tola once. Mac and wUe. "BOOKKBEf DEB fels oSce. UE- AddreW. W FOR SAT.K. OXE handsome Crown Piano In perfect order with Harp &" Mandolin Accompaniment. Has been used only are tuned. Can be had at a reasonable price by applying at the ORPHEUM CAPE. LOST. BY ACCIDENTAL gate opening, a larpj bay colured Calllumlan ilaiv, weight about 9Cu lbs. ; faint star on forehead, XatcoudlUon. A little puupuu or Irritation on face but healing. Bight hind hoof a little white. Finder please notify Police .Station and reward will be paid. Removal Notice. On and after Monday, September 10, 1900, Dr. Wayson will be at his new office and residence, Beretania street, nearly opposite the Methodist church. Office hours, 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. and 6:30 to 7:30 p. m. ASSESSMENT NOTICE Stockholders are hereby notlled that the Fifth Assessment of 5 per cemt ar Two and One-half Dollars per skin om the Capital Stock of tfes INTER-ISLAND TELEGRAPH GO. Ltd.. is due and payable August 1st at the office of the undersigned, ,411 Fort street J. H. FiSHKR. Acting Treasurer Inter-Island graph Co., Ltd. Honolulu. Aucust L 1900. REPUBLICAN DELEGATES. The Republican Territorial Convention will be held in Honolulu on September 24 and 25. EXECUTIVE COMMTTEE, P6rE. R. HENDRY, When .You Wailuku. Maui. Secretary. To -STOP AT THE- m 11 WINDSOR First-Class House in Zvery Detail.' MBS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Manager. sum oh Kee Watchmaker & Jeweler. so. 8 king st. near ttutjanu P.O. Box 1020. Astor House Restaurant Corner King 5: Alakca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail AH CHUCK, Proprietor. 01. I. J. G.LBMITH. Offm vi Mimt: Ookseb Beretania OFFICE EOUIiS ,. AND ALASEA. T9, 9 to 10 A. M- 'i to 4p., and 7 to 8 p. at. 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