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St. Patrick's Day. .
No more plagnc in Ra.huhii
Dr. Wrddick went to Fjhci yester
day to bo.u'd and im-pect 'ho "Cory
The News bus just ret rived a 513
inch paper cutter and r, larger stock
of paper. Send along y ur job orders
at once und avoid the rush.
Tlie Honolulu schools opened last
Monday. The Miuii. teachers are
awaiting permissi:. a or the Biardof
j. ...ill. i .. i. ......
J1C(1!II1 l- U Ulllf 11MI 1. 1-1 I .
Manager Lowrio (if the II. C. A H.
Co. stales that every tiling w llourish
higonlho phvnt;-. ;i-'i. and that the
mill is tinniing out i."0 t-ms of sugar
Since the raising of the quarnvitir.e
at Camp Wood and the e,r rival '
the Honolulu mall.;. Wailaku has re
sumed its usual busy, cheerful ap
pearance. Genial' Thomas McT'glie has now
reached Wtiilukii safely in the eour. o
'if his travels and is being well taken
care of here.' He co ihs over on busi
ness for McFarhine A- Co.
AVailuli u v.as visit--1 by a gonuln
.Kona wind for a few 1 ours o:i Mon
day morning: No damage was dor.e
save to overturn a , section oi cane
flume between Wr.il r.ku ar.d Waika-
We learn with rigret that oin
of :I .-. Church's daughters, little
Helen. one uml a half .years old h
seriously ill. Hrg. Garvin and Mcdm-
key have been called in, and hopes of
her recovery are entertained.
The WailuUu Plantation lias m
troduccd the use of steam ploughs
and one is now in operation near the
road between Waiiuku and Waikapu.
It is. in charge of John Fagerstrom
and is proving quite a success,
,. NOTICE.- All accounts and bill
of over three months standing, due t
to the Bismnrk Stables, must be set-
tie by or before the "th of (April,
l'.lllil, or suit will be i.istifeied to col
lect the suiiie. whether in large or
smV 1 amounts. Bismauk Stabi.ks.
'd. Quill pud Pt. A. Wa.lsworth
have gone into quarantine in the
new cottages adjoining Camp Wood.
Six more cottages have been com
pleted and Mr. Kirkland, Mr.
Church 'and the Club House boys
move in today. Mr. Filler will erect,
ii collate for himself and family and'
go into quarantine ir. a few days. '
The News has no telephone. The:
'hello man states that one of an im
prove pattern was shipped from Chi-'
cage Jan. Kith, end is now some
where between there and Waiiuku.
Jn the meantime, the manager of the
Windsor Hotel, where wo botu-d.
has khxlly "ranted the News the use1
of the hotel teh p ior.e until ours ar
rives. If you have any r.cws, ring us
jfhe Wniluk u sug:: r mil! was t o n
' iv?,":i.-d to shut do'.ui on Sau-rday
mo-'iheg. a, week ng. on account of
not having warehouse room fr.r the
accumulation of sugar on hand. On
'Monday morning, there were 2.".!00
sacks stored awaiting shipment. The
Dora Bluhin tool; S,C()(I sacks on Mon
day and the mill started up again on
Tuesday morning. The average elc.i
ly output of the mill is ."() tons.
The term of quarantine for Ii.-trrt
English ut Camp Wind expired on
Tuesday morning ar.l lu with his
family came to Waiiuku to spend a
few days as the quests of Judge Ke
jMiikai. Mr. English will assist Supt.
Filler for a eouii'.e of weeks at the
Kahului wharf before he resumes his
his duties as pilot, during which
time Captain Jacobson will act as
The News is a month old. The
babe, us one of our Honolulu cotems
dubbed it, is a rosy, strong lunged
youngster, and occasionally keeps
us up nights. It already has some
yittie tootles, principally incisors,
ifcit It lu.t-u't cut its wisdom teeth
yet. L'ke Hercules, it was compel
'led to ri.-e from its cradle to throttle
the Plague serpent which threatened
at one t.me to devour it.
Dr. Henry E. Wi .slow has ter.
Ucrcd his resignation as plantation
physician at Kihei, to take i licet on
the first of May. Application has
been made to HonVmhi t.i have him
sent to Waiiuku to take Dr. Wed
ilick's place as gnver:m r.t physieian.
unfd the latter is relieved from quar
antiue duty at Ki.hului. The ap
)intmcnt asked for has been grant
ed and his conuniss'on was received
Preliminary work lias- hern com
menced m tne construction ot ine
Waiiuku water works. All week.
ams h.ave been hauling pipe from
the Waiiuku dep:.t nl stringing it
the liniv A fiiinl snrvev is
bejng completed for t;e. purpose of
raki ig the definite h.i.atl.in of the
l'n.e up lao Valley. When Mr. Tay
lor, who is now in charge of the
work, left Honolulu, nothing definite
had. been done with .reference to
awarding the contract. In the
in antime work will be pushed for
ward as rapidly as nossible. There
i an abundance of labor to be had.
.A whether the work is let in one
contract or is h i t.i different bid
ders, ltui'l s i.'.n be connileti d. It
is still i question v.hhtlier or not the
impropriation will be available after
tren'iidof thismonih.ibut the geneiv.l
impression ir. that it. will still be
i.'iVaih'.ble allh.ough Sqpt. "owcll
thinks not. L' not. there is no doubt
but that the government vill provide
money to complete the. work. Six
inch pipe has been substituted for the
1 in. pipe originally proposed, and
this will increase the total cosr. of the
plant so much that the original ap
propriation will not be sullicient to
complete the works. Hut enough
will be available to lay the pipe to a
'point where an uninterrupted flow '
of water can be had. r.nd the pip.'
can be extended further up the val
There is a wagon iced up the val
ley to the point yh"iv ihe stream will
fir.' t be tapped, and the pipe is now
strung from the intersect ion of
Market and Main streets up
point near the reservoir site.
The Coryphinc. with coal from thi
Sound reached Kihei yesterday after-.
noon. .. .
The steamer Kinau touched at
Kihei with mail from Honolulu or.
Thu i-.day morni nJ;
Tlie lao Stable iv.vw iiinvi to n stage
Kihei daily, the quarantine having
been raised' at that place so ' far as
Manual is concerned.
Lat week it was stated that the
Iroquois was at Kihei. It was really
the 'Pathfinder', which lift for
Hilo on Wednesday, of this week.
it '. ' '
The Dora' Hiuhm and the Helen;
Kimball both cleared and sailed from.
Knhului this weeler' The former
curried a full cargo of sugar and the;i
latter took only ")()( bags, but will
touch, at Hana and load sugar.
On Sunday morning. Mar. 11, thel
steamer lIaui toiuhed at Luhaina
and landed Jirs. Serimger and Mrs.
Aal'ocg. At Maalaca J'av she land-'
ed the following passengers: Miss;
Hart. Miss Simpson. Miss Fyfe, Mrs.
W. O. S-ott, Miss McLrin and Mr.1
T. F. McTighe. The Maui went on
tii Hawaii, carrying the following
passengers: Miss Hut tie Conn, Miss
Franc Eaton. Miss Payne and Mrs.
Lillcrbridge for Hilo. All the above
wore in quarantine ' at Honolulu and
brought permits from the Hoard of
Vessels in Port'--'ahuUi5.
Sch Antiope, George W. , Murray,
Tacoma, Jan. 27.
Sch Novelty. Ceo. Rosendal, Caleta!
Hucna. Feb. 10.
Sch. Mokihana, Joseh. Koolan.
Ilk Nuuanu. W. II. Joselvn, Honolu
lu. March 4.
Str. Claudine. McDonald. Honolulu.
Sch. Taulv. Ni 'sen. Kauuakakai.
Str. Claudine. McDonald. Henolulu.
Sch Ludv. Ni 'Isen, Ka nal ukai,
Sv'hr Helen N. Kimball. IT. G. Han
sen, for Hana with ."ill ) bags of
Sch Dora Hiuhm, Ed. Smith, for
nan j. rancisco, wmi ,ull Liags
Hlctn Chchulis, S. Simonsen. for
St Clevland, Klitgard. from Kihei.
for San Francisco March l'Jth.
with l!M(lil bags of sugar.
Konolulu Post Office Time Table
HATE XA.ME FUo.M
Mar. 17 Aorangi. Victoria. 15. C.
' "Jl City of Peking. S. F.
" '21 China, Yokohama
" 28 Mariposa. San Francisco
HO Monnu, Colonies-
HO Gaelic. San Francisco
" HI Doric, Yokohama.
Mar. 17 Aorangi, Colonies.
' 20 Australia, San Francisco
,; 22 City of Pckhig, Yokohama
' 24 China, San Francisco
" 2"! .Mariposa, Colonic.-,
' Hit Mo;iim, San FrancKco
.' HO Gaelic, Yokohama
" HI Doric, San Francisco
LATEST TELEGRAPHIC NEWS
Lndysrnltli Relieved by
Natr.!. Territorial Bill Passes the
Senate. Hawaiian Cable.
The following is thf: text of Gener
al 1 hitler's dispatches r.nnou.icing the
relief of Lndysmith:
Lvm. Eton's II e a in jf a ii t eh s. Mar.
l.!l:(l."a. m. -General Hundonald, with
1 1 it" Natal Carbineers and a composite
regiment, entered liivdysmitli last
night. The country between me and
T.a lysmith is reported clear of tin
( ncmy. I a n moving on Neltl.crpe.
XKi.Timiun, March 1. .Vi'i p. ir.
I l'.rve just n;tt:rncd from L;'d
smilh. Kxcej'-t a Kitui'J fr'''.''d nur'.h
of Surpriie Hill, the whole of the
enemy lately besietnng the town have
retired in h.-.t hr.ste. and to the r.outh
of the town the country U quite clear
of tl.em. The garriMni wa ; on half
a pound of meal a man jier day and
suplemening the ir.i al ration bv
horses and mules. The men wanted
a little nr.i in ' before being fit for
LoNiiiiS..Ma;-;. h 2. Under the date
of March 1st. Winston ..Churchill
cables the "Morning I'o' t" from
Lauysmith: During the afternoon
of the 2ith five brigades pressed for
ward from Murdoch toward Ilulwana
Hill, under Dimdonakl. in the direc
tion of Tjadysmitli. The Doers fired
on tlie advancing troops with artil
lery stationed on Dulwana Hill.
About J p. in. Major Gough's regi
ment, which was in advance, found :
that the ridges surrounding and con
cealing Ladysmith were apparently!
unoccupied. He reported, this to
Dundonald, who toereupor deter
mined to ride through the gap and
reach the town with two squadrons
of the Imperial Light Horse and Car
bineers. Tlie rest of tjie brigade
was sent back to General Uuller's
picket line. AVh.cn we started for
Ladysmith there was only an hour of
daylight left. The troops galloped
on swiftly in spite of the rough
ground, up and down hill, through
dongas and .scrub oak, till they could
sec the British guns flashing from
Wagon Hill. Then we went on faster,
till suddenly there wns n challenge:
"'Who goes there?''
"The Ladysmith relieving army,"
was thu reply.
Then the tattered and almost boot
less men of Ladysmith crowded
around, che ering very feebly. Even
in the gloom one could sec how thin
and pale they looked, but how glad.
The relieving force v.as conducted
in triumph into the town headquart
ers, where they met White, Hunter.
Hamilton and all the heroes of the
London, March 1. Tornadoes of
patriotic excitement are whirling
through the country. Even the dull
est soul must have been stirrcel by
the emotions of yesterday, and Lon
don's li.tiOO-.Oii:) were raised to a high
pitch of patriotic exultation. It was
a wonderful sight. Old men have
nothing in memory with -which to
compare the day. Some Ifkunod it
to Lucknow, others talked t the fall
of Sebastopol. It was a time of sin
gular abandon. Tiie usual conven
tions of society ceased to control, and
everyone knew everybody else, all
joining in - smiies or bellowings as
their dispositims moved them.
When the Queen received the news
at Windsor the bells on the curfew
tower of the castle were rung in
honor of the event. The stoi-;:i of
jubilation centered around the Man
sion House, and by noon thousands
of persons blocked the many ap
proaches to that grim building.
London. Mar. Ii. The War Office
has received the following dispatch
from Lord Roberts:
'OsroxsTEiN. Mar. I!' General Gat
acre occupied Stormbcrg yestcrelay.
The lines of railroad north and went
will now be repaired. General Clem
ents is at Joubert's siding Station
beyond Cohsb-erg. The Duke of
Marlborough with the Oxford com
pany of the Imperial yeomanry lias
left Cape Town for Naauwp jort.
General Duller reports Natal ivw
practically clear of the enemy and
that he eannot hear ot any formed
body of them anywhere. The Doers
left some ambulances full of their
sick, from which the mules had been
taken for transportation service."
Can: Towx, Mar. (!. Nearly the
wholi) of the Dutch population of the
Pricska and KenVardt districts are
in rebellion. Many i f the Dutch from
neighhering districts arc nporttd
to l ave joinel them, nolab'y Diet
Moohir.m. who will lead the rebels to
Hrandbles. Iac hs Stcinham. com
mantling the llocrs, is reported
niarchiii;' on Carnavaron.lt. is believ
ed that Cordonia und Victoria West
will rise. It is thought that the to
tal number of m"ii in arms wiii exceed
H.IHM). The general opinion of lova'-
isIs is tiiat a strong lorce ot il.ti.-.h
v, ill be l
snread the rebellion.
L(i.i.n. March .. G ucrul JSiil
ler s re.ised est ot casualties from
Fcbruv.rv 1 Uh to Fi bruarv 17th
g'ivs ninety-three men ki'h-d. O
wo mded and twenty-five missing,
total of 802.
The Doer ensua'.tic- i.t Coier.-.o du
l lg the week ending I . bruarv H.Vih
are reported t. 1 tl.ii tv 'one killed
and 1H0 wornd'-l.
Wasiunuo.v. M..r. 1. The bill pro
viding a form of .government for tin
Territory of Hawaii was missed bv
tlie Senate today -.viihoi-.t a division
e.iark' oi Wyoming proposed an
amendment appropriating $250,000
to be paid to Liliuokalani. late queen
of the Hawaiian Islands for all tin
interest sue mav nave m tne crown
lands, the sum to be paid for tin
revenues from the crown lauds.
Piatt of Connecticut opposed tin
amendment, declaring that the right
to the crown lands was in the people
of Hawaii and. not in the Queen.
The amendment was laid on the
table without division.
Washington. March .". The Navy
Department ordered the Detroit and
Marblchead to prik t-ed to Centra!
America, take station of; Nicaragua
and preserve the peace that is pre
sumablv threatened on the isthmus.
v AsuiNOTox. .iarcli (. Senator
Hoar tcdav introduced in the Senali
an amendment intended to be pro
posed to the diplomatic und consular
appropriation bill, providing for pay
meat o laiUKttraiani. tonner queen
of Hawaii, upon warrant of the Sec
retary of State from any .moneys not
otherwise appropriated, $2.")0.000.
WAsinxirioN. Mar. 7. The SenaU'
Committee on Foreign Delations to
eiuv authorized tin reporting of an
amendment to tlie Diplomatic Aj
propriation Bill appropriating $20.
000 to be paid to ex Queen Liliuoka
lani and providing for an annii
donation of sw.iMU to tier as long as
she shall live.
Washington. Mar, !. Th Senate
Committee on Naval Affairs today
ordered a favorable report upon tlx
bill to construct a cable to Mitnila by
wav of Honolulu. Miifwuv Islands and
Guam. It is to be itndeV'the dircc
lion of the Navy Department, und
is to be a government cable. It is
estimated that the cost of the cable;
to Honolulu will be between '1.000.
001! and $4,000,000. .
The House Committee on Commerce
today ordered a favorable report on
l lie bill for a Faeih'ic cable connect
ing this country with Hawaii, the
Philippines and Japan. The bill of
Kepresentative Sherman of New
York is the one favorably acted upon,
with a number of amendments.
This bill provides for the private con
st ruction of the line, the Government
paying -umually SHnO.OOO for twenty
years for the transmission of mes
sages. San Fbantisco. Mar. 7' What is
thought to be the bubonic plague,
according to Health Officer 'O'Brien,
has been discovered 'in 'Chinatown.1
One Chinaman living at lonl Dupont
street succumbed to the disease late
last night. Immediately after his
death was report to Chief of Police
Sullivan the Chief detailed all of Un
available offcers to exclu le the whites
from Chinatown, Strict orders were
also given to police officers tot arcful
ly guard the various streets h ading
to the Chinese quarters to prevent
all Chinese from h aving.
That tie plague existed in the
Chinese quarters was kept a secret
until late last night, when the Chi
nese laborer did suddenly under sus
picious circuiiist aiices.
The health authorities are satisfied
that the will succeed in wiping out
the plague before it can claim anoth
er ictim. A Mrict quarantine will
be established to lay and 'every pre
caution w'.il be taken to prevent a
spread of the d'soisc.
. piague occ
Nellie Grant Sartoris is :.r.tVerin;-'
from can . cr.
Po'yguiuy is st ill practiced by
tali M. .minus.
Goldif Gale Park. San Francisco.
111 be the recipient of two guns cap
tured at TJani'a.
Kumura. Japanese Minister to the
United States has been appointed
Mir.ish r to P.us.-ia.
!2x-Se '.-.-taw of War Alter says
it there is an insurrection in the
Phiiipph.es but no war.
, a i lTo! Is being lor.de bv France.
wnii tlie backing et jd'-sia. to re
open liie iV'-vpu.'.!! quofioii.
l"i e at Paris ile;. tre.yed six bv.ild-
mgs coiuairmg aiconoi end on. ine
1,,.:.; i i ...:....,1.w1 ; A'Mill .ln
An or,. ..r.iiicd cli'ort is i;eiv:g made
the v. caien of California to protect
the Calaveras grove of big trees.
CI icago was visited by a blizzard on
the nigh' of Feb. o. and the thermo-
in"terie-. to fi- below tae zero.
Dr A. W. Wright, one of the fore
most i hi r.-.-.'opalhic physu-ians of
Amer'ca dii-d Feb. 2."th. at Chicago
Si.c large salmon canning factories
on Puget Soiyid have eifected a com-4
bine, with a capital of 1t00I.!I0II.
The Democratic Nautonal Conven
tion will meet at
Kansas City. July
!th. to h minat
Four 1 housajid troops are to be
recalled from Cuba, which will leave
five thou;,.';id blue coats on duty in
If the proposed meat inspection
bill is passed by the Reichstag a
tariff' war with Germany will prob
Philip D. Armour Jr.. who re
cently dii d at l'asacina. Cah, left a
fortune of $8,000,000 to be divided
among his heir;
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American phvMcia.ns will not be
permit te.l to practice in Germany
without u special pet mit from the
Cardinal Gibbons is preparing to
vacate the archdiocese temporarily,
with the view of ivisiting Rome and
other points in Europe.
The Japanese battle ship Shikishi
ma. 14.K.V tons, has just been com
plete by an English tliip yard. The
crew will consist of 711 men.
An altemt will be mailt by the
Cape Nome miners to work the rich
beach sands below the low water as
sixm as the conditions will permit.
ine Jjourenzo .Marques corespon
dent of the London Times says that
General Botha and President Sleyn
are urging President Kruger to sue
The amount of prize money awarrk' l
Admiral Dewey has been reduced one
half oil the ground that the flee
which he sunk was inferior to the
Justice Horace Gray of the United
State Supreme Bench thinks of re
tiring. In case he resigns, he will
probacy bo succeeded by ex Secreta
ry of State Day.
Lucheni who is serving a life- sen
tence for the murder of the Empress
Elisabeth of Austria recently attem
pted to kill the director of the prison
in which he is confined.
A little girl at St. Vincent, Minn.
was attacked bv owls and carried a
quarter of a mile. Her father, at
traded by tier screams, followed
and rescued her uninjured.
Lily Langtry shocked the parish
loners of St. Mark s Protestant
Episcopal Church at Philadelphia by
partaking of the Holy Communion
with them, while in that city playing
"The Degenerates'' recently.
A fierce battle was fought between
the Mexicans and the Yaoui Indians
about th' -feeii miles from Guaymas.
in which the indians were defeated".
They were all armed and had a max
im gun which had been smuggltd
across the line from the United
States bv the Yaqui Junta. The max
im was manned by renegade Ameri
cans, claimed to be returned Dough
Riders. The Yaquis fought from be
hind bre.i it works, but were attacked
s'unultai I'l usly from two sides by the
Mexican .. and compelled to retreat,
leaving the maxim gun on the field.
At the beginning of the light, the
Mexicans went into ambush and over
two hundred were killed by the open
ing' volley of the Yaquis.
ured at Svduev.
District Court Notes.
..Mar. 5. Jailor D. Crowrll made a
i aid on tic Japanese Camp at Waiiuku
and infested five Japanese lor
gambling, on the niylil of Saturday
Mar. !. and this morning all for
fciled their bails of !?.". I Ml each.
Or.e native man. hrnlele har.n.
of the Waiiuku Sugar Co. was or
dered back to work and to pay costs
of court H,(i.".
On March S;h another Japanese
haalele hana from Cam) f. Spreckels
ville was orden d back" to lalior and
to pay costs of court s?:.7.Y
Mar. 1.". One Japanese r;-;ii;i.v
servicv for Waiiuku Sugar Co. ord.o
ni n;:;-.i ,o worK ana Mied costs.
sI'i.OO Mal.uka wase-i.argcd w:!lr
assault and battery on a Chinaman:
nolle pr.-i Captain of IVlli c
Goodness ve.-terdnv arrested Kobu.
(Jap.) for common nuisance. Ile
was washing his horse hi Waiiuku
iver. Fined 1. 00 and costs -
Chinaman was fund f-'UO.i'O for cruel
ty to aninniis. The horse which he
was riding lay down with, him. rear
e Chinese Mission '. , Vineyard
street.,. M.i .Sequcira. a jioiiceman
rnsa:lilled the. animal, and found its
back hi a horrible condition. The
ChiJia ii,cin laid just started to Kula
on v!i'" aniuiah
A GENEROUS DONATION.
The1 following letter explains itseif:
Lamaina, M.rt. Mar. 12, ltr.t).
L. M. Baldwin. Esq.
Dear Sir: Please find enclosed
drafts and money order to the value
of 258..0. which I have been able to
collect in Lahuina for sufferers bv fire
at Kahului. and which you kindly
priimiscd ti place in the hands of
ilVo.-.,1" appoint ivd. to distribute it.
Below is a lint oi .subscribers.
Believe me yours very sincerely,
Pl.iiii'i'P Mill...!(.l.il Lii!i;iin-,i Store.
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS
At a meeting of the shareholders
'oft the ''Hui Aina o Huelo, Muni'
held at 'Huelo. Maui, on Thursda; ''
the 8th day ef March. 1000. the fed
lowing officers were electe-el to serve
in accordance with the Constitution
ard By-Laws of said Hui:
Hon. A. N. Kei-oikai Pr. sident
Hon. IT. P. Baldwin. Vice-President
F. C. Aii.KN. Esq Secretary
W. J. Lowiuk, Esq Treasurer
H. N. Landfohd. Esq Auditor
The above officers constitute the
Board of Directors.
F. C. Allen, Sec.
Spreckelsville, Maui. March !, liHUt.
N . ' v I "
Notice ,to "the P.ub'iiJ
Feb. 15, PJOO
THE town of Kahului. Maui, is
dcelniod to bo infected by
bubonic plague. Strict quaran
tine regulatiems are noy in force
and no traffic IN or OUT of Kuli
ului will bi! permitted except by
authorized passes for individuals
and approved permits for freight.
Through freight from clean
vessels will be landed on tlie
Kahului wharf under strict quar
antine and shipped direct into
outside districts, without contact
with the infected portion of the
No merchandise now ia Ka
hulu will be permitted toleivo
lite town excepting a limited
fii'mber of articles capable f
easy and absolute disinfection.
All mail matter, (local and
foreign), leaving. Kahului, will
be thoroughly fumigated. All
dwellings, cesspools, closets and
drains should be put into a sani
tary condition, and cases of sick
ness be reported at once to the
By order of
DP.. C. L.' GARVIN.
Agent Hoard of Health.
Yuur susiness in the
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