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as it is old.
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arltluint If. k'rnn Ih
close at baud all tho 1
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In old colds, bronchitis, whooping
And you will dcclnro It "tho best
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It for an Irritable throat or weak lungs.
It nets as a strong tonic, clearing up
tho throat, giving touo to the rclaxod
tissues, and greatly strengthening the
Thero aro many substitutes and Imi
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got Ayor's Ohorry Pectoral.
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Short Route to Volcano
In effect January 1, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
No. 1 No. 3 No. 4 No. 6
A.M. l'.M. STATIONS A M ,, M
7:30 3:301V Hilo ar 9:30 5:30
7:50 3:50ar...Olua Mill...ar 9:10 5:10
8:00 4:00 ar Kcann ar 9:00 5:00
8:15 4:15 ar... Ferndalc.ar 8:45 445
8:30 4!3oar..Mount. V'w..lv 8:30 4:30
A.M. l'.M. A.M. V.M.
8:00 3:301V Hilo or 10:30 5:30
8:20 3:50 ar... Ohm Mill... ar 10:10 5:10
8:30 4:00 ar Keaau ar 10:00 5:00
8:45 4:i5ar...Ferndale...ar 9:45 4:45
9:00 4:3oar..Mouut. V'w.dv 9:30 4:30
Mxd. FOR PUNA Mxd.
a.m. Thursday. v.m.
11:00 lv Hilo ar 2:00
11:20 ar...01aa Mill...ar 1:40
i::4ol ar Pahoa ar 1:20
12:00 ar Puna lv 1 :oo
Pas. Sunday. Pas.
9:00 lv llilo ar 4:30
9:20; nr...01aa Mi!l...ar 4:10
I1K051 ar l'alioa ar 3:40
10:30 ar Puna lv 3:00
The only desirable means of reaching
the Volcano, Connections at Mountain
View with stages dally morning trains
going; afternoon trains returning. Fare
from Hilo for the round trip fa. This
route is through Olaa plantation, the
I largest in Hawaii, virgin forests of koa
nud wild ferns, and through many coffee
Tho natural wonders of Puna make
that district the most interesting spot in
Hawaii. One can spend a most delight
ful day exploring the underground caves,
swimming in the famous Hot Springs
and resting 011 the cool shores of Green
Excursion tickets betweeu all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
1 returning, until the following Monday
1 Commutation tickets, good for twenty-
five rides betweeu any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. I.AMI1ERT,
AFT K II A.NMtF.WS.
iCKlslutom lliire Awoke to Situation
on This Inland.
Honolulu, May 28. Points with
reference to the incumbency of
Sheriff Andrews of Hawaii were
brought out in the House this morn
ing that may possibly lead to an in
vestigation. At all events, the
House has put itself on record as
being opposed to certains trans
actions it is alleged Mr. Andrews
made in connection with the police
matters of the big Island. The
disscussiou was started by the mo
tion of Mr. Vida to have inserted
in the Unpaid Bills Act an item of
$1,344 fr the reimbursement of
police of Hawaii for money de
ducted from their salaries for the
payment of telephone rents.
Mr. Vida, in support of his mo
tion, stated that all manner of
complaints had come in about
Sheriff Andrews. He had de
ducted the pay of the poor
police of Hawaii for telephone
rent and uniforms. At one time
Sheriff Andrews went to the vol
cano with his family and hired a
'bus which was driven by one, Kai
ser by name. Shortly after that a
voucher was received and a war
rant issued for $70 for "service of
police." The Sheriff of Hawaii
could pay for private picnics out of
the money of the people but not for
the telephone rent of the police
Mr. Chillingworth seconded the
motion of Mr. Vida and branded
the actions of the Sheriff of Hawaii
as a high-handed outrage. Not
only was Andrews without author
ity from the Legislature, but he
did not have the permission of his
superior officer to do what he did.
There was-a certain amount of clev
erness about the action on the part
of Sheriff Andrews. When the re
port of the Sheriff of Hawaii came
to headquarters it showed that the
money in question which had been
paid for telephone rents had been
paid to the officers themselves. As
a matter of fact, these men had not
been paid at all. The sooner this
kind of thing is stopped, the better,
aud the members of the House
should put themsslves on record as
being opposed to any such trans
MAKE ANDREWS PAY.
Mr. Oili said he did not believe
the House should vote the item.
If there was any wrong don?, as
there seemed to have been, the Sher
iff of Hawaii should be made to re
imburse the people defrauded, out
of his own pocket.
IiKCKLMY'S PLAIN talk.
Mr. Beckley was ih favor of
passing the item as introduced by
Mr. Vida. The money had been
spent in the interests of the Gov
ernment for it was for telephones to
put the men in the service in closer
touch with headquarters. This
money should be paid back first
and then the sheriff should be pros
ecuted for what he had done'.
The Maui and Molokai people had
a taste of Sheriff Andrews when he
was acting Sheriffof Maui, and they
had turned him over to Hawaii.
He wished 'to say to the members
of the House that the action of
Sheriff Andrews in connection with
the taking of the money from the
police officers of the Big Island
was nothing less than a plain case
of embezzlement. He had taken
the money which had been desig
nated by the Legislature; to be for
the pay of the police of the Island
of Hawaii aud had used it for the
payment of telephone rents, a thing
which he, under his own signature,
had admitted to his superior officer
here in Honolulu. He had de
frauded the police out of their right
ful salaries. While he was on
Maui he was a regular Czar. Mr.
Beckley completed what he had to
say with the following remark:
"Sheriff Andrews is one of the last
relics of the 'Best government the
country ever had,' previous to the
time when the people were given a
chance to assert their rights."
Mr. Vida said that Andrews was
personally responsible for the taking
of the money for the purchase of
uuiiorms aim tue payment 01 teie-
phone rents and he should be pros
ecuted. The Police Committee
had investigated the affairs of the
police of Maui aud Kauai aud had
found nothing of the kind. Every
thing was carried out on these "
islands in accordance with law.
Mr. lernaudez here gave some
reinhiiseiices of his life as deputy
sheriff under "Czar Andrews." He,
had had many quarrels with his I
superior on this very same matter
of deducting from the pay of police '
officers of Hawaii for the payment
of telephone rents and the purchase .
of uniforms aud this was the prin
cipal reason for his quitting hisjob.
He had received two requests from
High Sheriff Brown to withdraw
his resignation but he simply cduld
not remain in office and see the
very men he was working with de
prived of a part of the small pay
which they were getting as police
Mr. Beckley, taking the floor
again, related to the House the
story of a transaction of Mr. An
drews in South Kona. Previous
to the last Legislature, the deputy
sheriff there had been getting a
salary of $85 amonth. The Leg
islature of 1901 cut this to $60 and
in order to make up the amount to
the officer in question, Andrews
took $25 a month out of the inci
dentals of the department aud paid
it over. This thing was noised
about and the attention of the head
of the department was called to the
matter. Mr. Andrews thereupon
had the voucher made out to the
son of the deputy sheriff of South
Kona who was in school aud who
is at the present time the messenger
of the House and before the Com
mittee of the Whole. The voucher
stipulated police services onHawaii.
The item presented by Mr. Vida
was not acted on but there is no
question whatever that it will go
in this afternoon as the House is
almost uuanimously in favor of it.
It is probable also that whele bill
will pass its second reading this
afternoon and come up for third
reading in a day or so.
TO ST. LOUIS.
Oh, say, St. Lou.,
We're looking at you,
And so is the whole wide world
As your flag is unfurled
What do we see ?
The Future Great ?
Aw, that's too late.
You're the Present Great;
And you've got there
You're the center of the universe,
And every voice is turned
St. Louisward this April day
To boom the place you've earned.
A year from now
We'll place on your brow
The crown of your greatness,
With fourteen States
As its one great gem;
The richest and finest
That ever shone
In the crown of the monarch
Of any throne.
We'll crown you Queen:
The Queen of the Purchase,
The lady fair,
Whose palaces rise through the mjsty nir,
And their golden gleams ,
Mark the site of n wonderful
City of dreams.
Oh, say, St. Lou.,
Indeed it isl
Don't you know yourself? (
Can't you rise and say:
" Here comes St. Louis ;
Get out of the way?"
You bet you can;
And you've said it so
The whole wide world
Has come to know
You're goiiiij, to have the greatest show
That ever happened,
Aud in its pride
It will stand aside
To give you ull of the road aud more
For your spread in 1904.
Erom the little village of Pere Chouteau
To what you ure:
TlicQueeii and the Star
Ot an empire bought
That freedom might be wholly wrought
Into an undivided free
And glorious laud from sea to sea. .
Aud any man, who says it's not,
Will be shot
On the spot.
WILLIAM J. LAMPTON,
New York City, April 30, 1903.
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