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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It. T.. WEDNESDAY, JAN. JO. 1902. ' "
Situation nnd Help Wiintcd
WANTED rosltlon liy young man ns
coachman or any kind of work. E.
V. A. C. Bulletin. 20361w
WANTED Position by young experi
enced man ns bookkeeper or Bales
man: beat ot reference. Address
H, 11.. Ilulletln. 2034-lw
YOUNG man, speaking English nnd
French, desires situation as clerk,
bookkeeper or salesman; best ref
erences. F. J. S., Ilulletln 2053-lw
WANTED Ily an experienced ac
countant, n situation In tho city;
has been 15 years on plantations In
these Islands, but now Intends to re
main in Honolulu; flrstclnss refer
ences. Address I. X. L., Ilulletln of
ARITHMETIC, bookkeeping, writing,
grammar, etc.; day or eve.; $3 mo.
S. A., this oMlce. 2052-lw I
WANTED lly young man, expcrlene-1
ed as bookkeeper or clerk, position;
first-class references. Address P. O. i
box 827. I 20321W
WANTED lty a (-oung man from tho
is shipping cleric;
'It. E. G., Ilulletln.
WANTED lly youtig married man,
work of any kind. C. F., Ilulletln.
WANTED Position by young woman
as nurse or governess for children.
A. C Ilulletln 2032-lw
WANTED Position by young man ns
bill clerk. 11. A.. Ilulletln.
WOULD like position aa watchman
or porter by middle-aged man. F.
r llnllrlln. 2032-lw
WANTED Position ns night watch
man; best of references, ndustrl
ous. Ilulletln. 2051-lw
EXPERT Japanese, first-class cook,
want situation, housewoik nnd
small washing. K. O., Ilulletln.
FIRST-CLASS lady piano teacher,
easv method, will take pupils reas
onable. O., this office. 2032-lw
GARDENER German, prnctlcal. un
derstands gardening In all Its
branches, wants situation; prlvato
family. II. F Ilulletln. 2052-lw
AN Eastern gentleman desires to glvo
prlvato lessons In English branches
nt pupils" homes. Address C. II,
Ilulletln office. 2052-lw
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two insertions ...25c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60e
This Is the cheapest advertising
jver ottered the people of Honolulu.
LADIES wishing to commeuco instruc
tions this month on tho American
Queen Ladles' Tailor System. I. X.
L.. this office. 2032-lw
SPECIAL NOTICE IlondH furnished
to any amount for tho man holding
position as guardian, postofflce offi
cial or any other position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
WANTED -A bookkeeper. Address
N. X , en e Bulletin olfice, giving rer
erences and stating salary.
WANTED A small dynamo, from
nbout 10 to 30-llght capacity. Ad
dress L. D., Bulletin office. UN
WANTED Furnished cottage, nt
once; 3 to C rooms; must be cen
trally located. Panl-julurs to "Col
late," this office. 2')"it-2t
TWO or three rooms In vicinity of Em
ma Square or thereabouts, not to
exceed $15, for light housekeeping;
best of reference. E., Bu.letln.
WANTED Property owners to know
that plate glass can be Insured from
any form of breakage at The Ho
nolulu Investment Co. 2051-tf
WANTED Second-hand flat-top desk,
with drawers at both sides, leather
on top preferred. Address Desk.
Bulletin urnce. 2030-lw
WANTED 5n0 men Io shave for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St.; five whlto bar
TO LET Furnished front room In pri
vate Inniily. Apply 708 Klnau St.,
bet. Alapal and Kaploluul.
TO LET A good four-room cottage,
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slope ot Punchbowl;
good garden nnd excellent view of
city and ocean. Apply to A. H. It.
Vlelrn, 1441 Miller St., above Punch
TO LET Cottages off School St. nr.
Nuuauu, $15 and $17. On Insano
Asylum road. $12.60 and $G.50. P.
E. It. Strauch, 32 Campbell block.
310 Fort St. 2051-lm
TO LET Hoomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
improvements. !all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Residence of J. Cnssldy,
Wallilkl, furnished good bathing:
vacant January ICth. Apply Water
house & Padmoro, Bcthol and King.
Tho Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
J. M. DAVIC80N Attorney-at-Law,
109 Kaahumanii St.
GARDNER K. WILDER-
law; Kaahumanii Bt.
I. M. LONG Offices 31-33 Campbell.
bldg.; Tel. Main 278.
Ails, will lie limcrted FREE.
YOUNQ man, 30 years of ngq, desires
position as night watchman. Henry
Kaumal, Queen cor. South St.
WANTED Two young ladles for can
dy store; references. 11. T., Hitlic-
WANTED German girl to tako care
of children. I. 11., Ilulletln.
WANTED Ycmng girl to do general
housework. A. M Ilulletln.
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs.
MiConnel g.) Garden lane.
FOR SALE Cheap Near electric
ear line, n nearly new modern (J-
room cottage, lot 50x100; electric
lights, porcelain bath, sanitary
plumbing, trees on ground; $200
cash, balance on mortgage and In
rtallmentB. Address J. 11. Cum
mlngs. Postoltlce. 2037-tf
FOR SALE California canary birds;
flno singers. Enquire Madame Lam
bert, cor. Vineyard and Punchbowl.
FOR SALE Furniture of 5-room cot
tage, all first-class; easy terms;
prlvllego of renting cottngo. En
quire first cottngo on Emma Square.
FOR SALE CHEAP 18-year leaso of
newly built cottages nnd 1 newly
built stablo (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
cluded; G tine horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair single harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carrlngo pole.
A bargain nt $3500. Inquire of JOS.
FIHAS. Fort Street, opposlto Hack
FOR SALE Houso and lot, deslrablo
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands flno view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanno moun
tains. House has 70-foot veranda
nnd contains following rooma: Dou
ble parlor, dining room, thrco bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
and water closet. Stables nnd Bcr
vnntB' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, somo of
which are bearing. Slio of lot IGOx
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms.
Inquire of JOS. FIHAS, Fort Street,
opposlto Hackfcld's. 2051-2W
FOR SALE A fine, old fashioned koa
table, In good condition. Inquire nt
Llllha St.. No. 10 17, three doors
nbovo School St. 2032-lw
FOR SALE Furniture for live-room
house, with prlvllego of reining. En
quire at For Rent sign Aloha lane.
ELEGANT mahogany folding bed, B.
II. carpet, couch, chairs, dishes, etc
Address A Bulletin. 2052-lw
FOR SALE Farm of 10 ncrcs, with
house, all Improved and fenced, at
Honokaa. Hawaii, $1500. Lot. Kc
walo, 50x100. $S0O. Houso and lot,
King St.. 00x120. $3000, part mort
gage, part cash. Leasehold, 20 years
on King St.. nr. Llllha, 77x200.
House and lot Manoa Valley, 77x
200. $1200. Inquire S. Decker, with
W. W. Wright. King. cor. South St.
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horso
gentle; good under saddle; phaeton
almost now. K. C. II.. Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dross It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
STEAM LAUNCH FOR SALE The
"Talula." as she now lies In tho har
bor. She Is a nearly new bont, in
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kabulul
hnrbor. W. II. Pain.
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle.
Apply nt this offlce. 2035-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, laige, airy
.rooms; tabic board If desired. 144
Beretanla St. lRlw
NICELY furnished room, central loca
tion, with or without boird. for two
gentlemen, lnqulro Bulletin office.
WANTED Sunny room for gentle
man, with board preferred; central
ly located; one with funi-y muslcnl
ly Inclined; r'ute terms, V Bulle
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort SL;
nowlv furnished rooma, mosquito
nroof- lerm reasonable 1930-tf
LOST A Germnn Dachshund (fe
male). brawn color, answers to name
"Nei"; suitable reward for return
ing to II. A. lBcnborg, cor. Wilder
Ave. nnd Punaliou St. 2055-3t
LOST Breastpin, Ivy leaf surrounded
by diamonds; reward. Bulletin of
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. ropresent four of tho
strongest lire Insurance companies.
LOST A smnll silver wntch.with gold
chain; Initials L. T. on watch, llo
turn to ..nwnllan Hotel. Howard.
FOUND Tho Canton Mnrlne Insurant'-
Ofllco. Ltd.. nt Honolulu In
vestment Co. 2051-tf
A. G. CORREA Attorney at lnw; 58
Merchant St.. next to postolflco; Tel.
F. M. BROOKS ..itornoy; rooms 9-10,
Sprockels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG
humnnu 8! Tel.
-Attorney; 15 Kaa
E, J, WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Bppcckcts bldg,
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract,
ors and Builders; 118 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Kino carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips; Bcrelnnln near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELkS BUILDING. C1B Milter Street.
THE KAOH CO., LTD. Two stores,
23-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotol.
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.J Com
mcrclal Law and Adjustment Agen
cy; rooms 10-1C Mngoon bid. Tel. -328.
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Sts.J gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lego '92; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318,
DR. G. W. RAYMOND noom 3, Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Beretnnln SL;
office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
dress patterns, flno linens, whlto
goods, laces and trimmings, Rich
ards near Hotel St.
W. BEAKBANE Cnrd engraving and
stamping; room 2, i io bldg.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 68 Main.
J. H. LOVE, Mar.
NIEPER'S BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.! Tel. Wnlto -..SI nnd Main
MERCHANTS PAhCEL DELIVERY
Ilethcl St.. opp. Wnverley blk.j Tel.
G21 Illuo; pkgs. called for and dcl'd.
:. A. SCHMIEDTE Ilaggago express
and drnyago; Tel. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office. 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men s ItiBtlt'itc, meets every Bccond
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Ilcretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Wnlty; 712 Fort St.. Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Blue.
F. AVEIROS Groceries;
Wnlklkl of Emma St.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
ald, Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel, Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN
Tel. 290 Main.
-King St., near Fort;
HAIRDRESSING AND MANICURING.
MISS M. E. WYNN nichnrds near
Hotel St.; halrdrcBstng. shampoo,
manicuring; Christmas novelties in
Hawaiian curios; Vol. 521 Illuo
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12. Alnken St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 204 Mnln.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. noxt to Love
bldg.; choke lino ot now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttorlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN fainting and papor
hanging; Territory Stnhlcs, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eyo, Ear, Nose nnd j
Thoat: ofllco at Eyo nnd Ear Infirm-1
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m. j
DR. FRr.D. W. HODGIN3 Eyo, Ear, j
Nose and Throat only; office Alnkea
St lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
olllco hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m. I
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEDRANDE 218
lleretnnln Avo.; Thl. Blue 8.21.
REAL ESTAiE. J. P. RODRIGUES Merchant tailor;
722 Fort St.. opp. i.aekfeld bide.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate
nlso to grant marrlago llcentos; OROTE & CRAMER Tnllorlng nnd
58 Merchant St.: Tel. Main 115, repairing, Union, near Hotel St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH Ttoal ostato hand- UNDERTAKER,
led to best advontngo; houses rent-
ed; loans negotiated; houses built ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertnkor nnd
at lowest prices; 32 Campbell block, embalmer; Fort St., opp. Club 8tn-
310 Fort St.; Tel. Mnln 27R. hies: Tel. 52 Main; res., 1482 White,
AMY LENNON Stenography
I typewriting; 13 Kaahumanii St.
England's Part in
Brought Out in Parliament
London. .Ian. 20. Amid nn nbsoluto posals" mentioned by Lord Cranborno
silence that was a striking tribute tu elicited Important Information from
the deep Interest feit In tho matter, tho Foreign OMlce. It was stated that
Lord Cranborne, Under Secretary ot (ireat Ilrltaln had been twlco formally
Foreign Affairs, In tho Houso of Com- appioached on this matter, but only
luons today made tho first official onco after the commencement of hos
statement which has over emanated tllltleg between Spain nnd tho United
from the llrltlsh Government regard- States.
Ing Its attitude toward tho United , The occasion upon which Great
StateB In Its war with Spain. jBritnln deliberately put down her foot
Tho snlilnrt nf llin nronosed Euro-1 was. according to the Foreign Office.,
pean Intervention In tho Spanish
Amori.nn wnr vn 1,rnm-1it nn liv Hen-
ry Norman (Liberal) In tho form of n
question nsklng wncthcr nny commit-
lilcntlon proposing or concerning joint
or collective action by tho European
slates In view of the outbreak or ox
peeled outbreak or tno laio war lie- ion
tween the United Stntcg nnd Spain
wns received from the Austrian or any
other government, and If so, what wns
the nature of tlio reply oi ucr .vinjes
Lord Cranborne in reply snui inai 'unwarrantable interference In tho nr
no such communication hnd been made fnlrs of n friendly country nnd rrnnklv
to the Government after tho outbreak Pnid so. declaring that Great Ilrltaln
of tho war. but Immediately beforo tho would not be a party to any such step,
war communications were received csnectnllv in view of tho late Presl-
- - '-: : . .
from other powers suggesting the
presentation of a Joint noto to tho
Pieslilcnt of the United States. Her
Majesty's Government agreed to Join
with tho other powers In n note ex- the matter of n collective noto nppar
pressing tho hope that negotiations of cnlly being dropped.
Her Majesty might lead to a peaceful ' Washington. Jan. 20. In splto of the
settlement, accompanied by guarnn- efforts to make If scom Hint England
tees ncceptnblo to tho United States prevented a coalition of European
for the preservation of order In Cuba, powers against tlio United States nt
Tho Government first took steps to the opening of the Spanish wnr, those
nsccrtnln whether tho presentation ot In a position to know assert positively
the note nn well as Its tenor would bo that this is not tho case. As previous
acceptable to the President. 'lv stated, the credit belongs to Hussla,
Her Majesty's Government, Lord who refused to bring pressure against
Cranborne continued, declined to as- the United States. There Is no doubt
Eorlate Itself with other subsequent that Lord Pauncefotc, llrltlsh Embns
proposals. '1'hls statement wns ro- sailor, twice sought to Induce tho rep
eelved with n burst of ringing cheers, rescntatlves of he powers to agrco on
Inquiries mado by tho Associated ,a note to the United States to prevent
Press concerning tho "subsequent pro- the wnr.
YOUNG SOLDIER RETURNS
TO SAYE HIS BRIDE
She Was About to be Married to
Another Ceremony Stopped
and Immediately Proceeds
With Soldier Groom.
New York, .Inn, 19. A special to the
Press from Rochester says: A wed-
ding with n change of bridegrooms nt
the altar of a Methodist church stnrtled
the citizens of Almond last night, when
Robert Maron, Just back from the Phil-
ippines, appeared In time to prevent
Agnes Shepard, who three years ago
had plighted her troth to him, from
becoming the bride of nn old rival. Ma-
I ton appeared in the church Just ns tho
ceremony began which was to unite has Increased somewhat more rapidly
Miss Shepnrd and the Intended bride- than that of the North. The East gen
groom. Marching up the aisle, his graphically Is Included in the term
erect figure nnd travel-stained uniform North. The rate of the growth In the,
attracting all eyes, ho stepped between North. West and South Is far mora
the couple nnd forced his rival aside. nearly the same than It ever has been.
He then quietly told the minister to I The official announcement divides
continue the service. the country ns follows: West, from
By this time the Intended bridegroom , the Pacific to the eastern boundary o(
hnd iccovered his composure nnd nil- Montana. Wyoming, Colorado and New
vnnced threateningly on tho young sol-1 Mexico: north and south, the respec
dler. Drawing his revolver. Mason told , tlve sides of a line formed by the Poto
his rival he would allow him two mln- mac nnd Ohio rivers nnd the southern
utes to leave the church or stop n bul-1 boundaries of Missouri and Knnsns.
!f t. The bridegroom-elect hurried out The percentage of Increase from 1800 to
of the sacred edifice. Mason ordered tho I ISM) wns 01.9 In the North, 4S.S In the
ceremony to go on. Upon the bride South nnd 185.6 Ip the West, while In
nodding assent, the minister pronounc- j the last twenty years, 1SS0-1900. It was
cd Mason and Miss Shepard man and
KING EDWARD'S CLOTIIUS.
London. Jan. 18. King Edward s
visit to Enrl Howe at Penn House,
Amcrmiam, Is proving a brilliant social
and sporting event. The other guests
Se'r cGle,oT nn'5
Mrs. Kennel. Earl do Gruy. Sidney
Grevllle, Lord Van Tempest nnd Vis
count Curzon. Friday's shoot was u
record day for Penn Houso, tho bag
being 1203 phemsants, ten braco of par
tridges, ten hares and twenty rabbits.
The King dnlly UBes his motor car,
and probably will uso It lor tho Jour
ney on. February 21st from Penn
Houso to Windsor, whero tho Queen
will Join him. Her Majesty at present
is nt Marlborough House.
Considerable flutter wns created
heie by the announcement t lint King
Edward had appeared In n fiock coat,
with deep, tiinied-un velvet cuffs. Hun
(lreds of fashionable men Immediately
rushed to their tailors nnd ordered
similar garments, In spite of tnclr ex
traordinary novelty. Consternation
now prevails, ns It Is learned thnt what
the King wore wns a frock overcoat,
on which velvet cuffs nro often Been.
To Extend Limit Law to Aliinka
Washington, Jan. 20. lleprcscntn
tlvo Lacey of Iowa, chairman of tho
Committee on Public Lauds, today In-
traduced tt bill extending the public
land laws to Alaska. This Is the Baino
bill that was Introduced last ecsslon.
Bulletin, 7fo aer rronth.
E. MORIKUCHI .4 Hotel St., nr. Nil
nnnii. Felt. B'raw. pannma hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tnllorlng nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg.. Miller St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
,when the Austrian Embassador nt
London Interviewed Lord Salisbury
nnd asked him If Great llrltnln would
be willing to Join In n collective notu
from the European powers urging the
United States to desist from wnr with
;apnin. sucn n note was noi 10 nircm-
reprisals or iniervcmiunn. um nun
to be In Hie nature of a strong protest
nnd a pica for arbitration.
Lord Salisbury, so the rcprescnta
tlve of the ABBodntcd Press was In
formed, legarded this proposition ns
- -r"----.- ...... , ..-- ---- --
dent McKlnley's attitude toward tho
ante - bellum efforts of Europenn now
era to nvert war. Tho rorelen Ofllco
heard nothing more on this subject,
CENSUS SHOWS SOUTH
TO BE FOKQINQ AHEAD
Rapid Increase in North and West
Somewhat Checked From Former
Years- Record Since the
Washington. Jan. 13. The Director
of the Census announced today the per
cenlnge of Increase of population in
different parts of the United States,
showing for the last decade a rapid de-
crease from previous rate of growth ot
population In the West, a less marked
but decided decrease In the North and
n slight Increase In the South. For
tho llrst time In tho history of this
country the population of the South
4S.7 In the North, 4S.5 in- the South
nnd 131. u In the West.
Prior to the Civil Wnr the Northern
States nearly doubled In population
with each twenty years, while In the
'Southern States the Increase of nopn
lotion was only about two-thirds aa
Krcnt. since 1SC0 the rate of growth
, ,,, , or ,,, tountry i,ns been
'-, the of growth
In the North has decreased steadily
that In the South during tho twenty
years from 1SG0 to 1SS0 has been slight
During the last twenty years titer
has been no substantial difference In
the rate of growth of the two sections
The per cent of Incrrase of growth ol
lhe.se legions during each of the last
two ten-year periods follows: 1SS0
90 North. 21. S: South. 20.1 :West, 71.
3 1S9U-1900 North, 19; South. L2.4,
I "1( comparison Is limited to the
StuteB east of the Mississippi river,
classing Minnesota and Loulslnna with
the Western States, the result Is slight
ly different. It would show the In
crease to be: 1SS0-90, North 20,1,
South 10; lifiO-lSOO. North, 19.9, South
When the Transmlsslsslppl States
nre omitted the rnte of growth ,ln tho
North Is slightly greater than that In
the South, hut the present difference
between the two sections In this re-
M,ft Is about half what It was between
ISSO and 1S90. nnd less than one-
keventh what it was between 1850 and
IMRLY PLANTING OP BKETS.
KWTII Of SKIHK
o... m..i i m ti, i. telt labels nre used, nnd old Kentucky
Santa Maria. Jan. 19. The beoti, ,. ......,.,. .,., i..ni
a i.i.. .1... it-ii.i a..- - .,
Ill-mo jl nil- iitii.w Qiihui .uiii,tit,
are at present a scene of great activ
ity. Two Irrlsnllnn -iiik8 are at work
day and night ami huge streams of
water ai thrown hv some half dozen
? numpi". Steam plows nre constantly
In operation anil beet seed Is planted
at a marvelous rnte of speed. Planting
Is being done earlier this season than William I Buchanan, piosldent of the
nuy previous senson. In the hope that limited StnteH delegation at the Pan
Increased crops, earlier opening of tho Amtili-an Congress, fully confirming
siiirnr tnrtnrv. with n lontier run nnd Mm ,,r.w.i ,-.,t,r.itc iimt ..,nt,tn nn.
better grade of sugar will attest the
wisdom of the move.
ON A NEW BUILDING
Do Not Care to Give Out Any In
formation Just Yet Hilo
Paper Give3 Whole '
Hilo, Jan. 23. Architects Dickey and
Newcomb of Honolulu have Just finish
ed a set of designs for new buildings
for the Hilo Boarding School, which
when constructed will form the most
Imposing nnd symmetrical group of
educational buildings In the Hawaiian
lalamK The general stylo of the archi
tectural design Is Spanish. Fronts are
to bo relieved by plain hut graceful
arrides. and the finish as now planned,
will be In cement stucco with tho
splash dash effect.
There are to be two new main
buildings of almost equal size, one for
boys and one for girls. Tho buildings
of accommodations for the girls marks
on era In the Hilo Boarding School.
Hitherto, boys nlone have been admit
ted. With the realization of present
plans, the Institution will be coeduca
tional. It is planned that these two new
buildings shall crown the hill, nn ele
vation near the center of a 40-acro
tract belonging to the school, In tho
center of Hilo, The buildings will
stand on either slope facing the sea,
and will be connected by a covered
cloister or pergola. In the center ot
thU will be a triumphal arch, leading
up a pathway to the residence of tho
prlnelpil. The grouping of tho build
ings, their style and general arrange
ment was decided upon by Mr. Dickey
after a ' personal inspection of tho
That he has succeeded In producing
designs not only of the highest prnc
tlcal merit, but also of the highest ar
tistic value. Is apparent from the brief
Facing the sea. the girls' building
will be on the left. The plans call for
a structure ISO feet long. 48 feet In
width, with a kitchen In the rear 32x10
feet. There are to be two stories and
The boys' building will be In similar
dealgn. 210 feet long by 32 feet wide,
two stories nnd basement, with a wing
for class rooms nnd nsscmbly hall
tCKCO. In this building the upper story I
will he used for a dormitory nnd single !
living rooms for the boys,
In the building for the girls, domes
Hi science will he taught. Including
sewing, weaving, wood carving nnd
possibly wood turning. The purpose
will be merely to enlarge the facilities
of the Institution so as to accommodate
a Urge number of pupils and extend
its benefits and privileges to Hawa
The cost of the Improvements, If all
la done as It should bo done will ba
between $100,000 and $200,000. TI1I1
money will have to be raised by pri
vate subscription. The need for such
an Institution ns the Hilo Boarding
3chool will be when thus remodeled la
very pressing on this Island. It Is an
T.dertaklng which merlta the support
of men of means In Hilo and on tha
Mr. Dickey, when asked about fur
ther particulars with regard to th
plans, etc., said that although these
had been made and were In the office
at present he must decline to give any
Information about them. Ho gave as
hu teasou the fact that the project was
as yet In embryo and thnt It might take
a year befoie the building wns com
menced. Further, the money for the
building hnd not been secured yet
Circular were at present being prepar
ed which would be sent to the wealthy
jopIe of the community, atklng them
to subscribe. He did not think It was
a good plan to make the rcheme pub
li. befoie these circulars were out as
I" n.iglit displease these people and In
terfere with the subscriptions.
.'..j Angelas Jan IS. Aci oidlng to
in it en nt mad-1 by E. It. Sweeucr of
Siit.ti .iom.-n. who has recently in-ttuu.-d
troin the State ol Sinnlou, Mex
ico. Yankee enterprise and Ingenuity
has -.serted Itself In a new way
an uug the people thero. "At Nova
lata, said he. "there Is a large cans
3Ha'at refinery which takes the prod
uct ot two Immense plantations that
BUiruund It. The plant Is owned by
rich Spaniards, but tho manager Ih an
American, who hag adopted what ap
pears to be a unique money-Having
scheme. After the julco Is crushed
from the cane and tho refuse Is put
through some process ain't Is allowed
to ferment, .he Julco Is afterward
I is-l t-dbt,-i,l Iti n itf-nli1 tfivwl tlin I'nliiu
nr'tli.- alcohol offsets all operating ex
n.ni. The sinrar Is sold nt a clear
A French chemist Is employed nt
the factory, and he uses tho alcohol In
making liquors, mostly Imitations of
btjmlanl Ameilcan brnnds. Counter-
I """"" """' '""". '" '" uiniiMi.-n
are jent out through Mexico, bringing
AGREE TO AKItlTRATION.
Washington, Jan. IS. Secretary
Hnv bus received n toleci-am from
, derstuuding has been reached on tho i lr a failure In Philadelphia on Friday
auction of arbitration before thei51Bh!' Tim Hurst, manager of tho
congress This subject wub tho onlv 6'0'"''e1rn AUilotlo Club, Is ncgot latltia
one promising serious difficulty In ad "" "enters, and has nlready re
lustment and tho officials nro now Bat- reived Sharkey s consent to meet Ma
'sfled thnt the congress will bo a sue I ,ler'
cCss. It Is expected that, with this last
ihbtai-Ie removed, such rapid progress
will he made In fixing the final proto
col and of Beciirlng the signatures of
tho delegates that tho congress will be
able to adjourn within tho present
It It rare, nit nnd quick reran!;,
Tl'crt't ONLY ONE
Twoilzen, !5c suJSOc.
Tncomn, Jan. 19. Eleven prisoners
broke out this afternoon from the Unit
ed States Pcnltentlnry on McNeil's Isl
and, within n few miles of Tncoma.
and at last reports nono had been re
captured. It Is tho most daring Jail
delivery In tho history of the State, ex
cepting perhaps that when tho famous
desperado Tom Blanck opened wldo
the doors of the King County Jail and
lot out every prisoner who thought it
worth while to leave .
It is tho culmination of a scries of
attempts mado by the most desperate
prisoners In the big penitentiary. It
Is also tho sequel to an attempt of the
notorious Edward Hanson to reach his
liberty by means of n stolen boaL Han
son was coptured last week. It Is now
the impression that Hanson was to get
outside In order to nsslst In tho gen
eral delivery which took place today.
Edward Morlarity, tho head of n gang
of counterfeiters ot which Hanson
wns a member when the band was
broken up near Spokane about n year
ago, wbb the leader of the escapes.
Morlarity is regarded by the United
States omccrs as one of the most crafty
and despcrato lawbreakers ever appre
hended In tho Northwest. With a
largo amount of cunning, ho Is pos
sessed of euperb physical strength and
sufficient reckless daring to make him
hesitate at nothing if brought Into a
corner. From the fact that ho planned
tho escape and led the band to liberty,
li Is feared that their capture will be a
dangerous nnd arduous task .
I Ml III
Washington. Jan. 19. The Philip
pine question will bo preclpitnted In
the Scnnto tomorrow when tho com
mittee on tho Philippine question
which haB hnd tho Houso llilllpplno
tariff bill under consideration expects
to report tho measure. Tho bill, with
committee amendments, will be sent
to tho printer, nnd Senator Lodge,
chairman of tho committee, will glvo
notice ot his Intention to call It up on
tho following day and ask for Its con
tinued consideration until Onally dis
There Is a general acquiescence ot
Republican Senators In this program.
There are other Important measures
to bo presented at tho proper time by
Administration Senators, but tho pres
ent agreement Is to pass tho Philip
pine hill first, nB being of the most
Immediate Importance. long discus
sion of tho bill is expected by tho He
puhllcniiB and promised by tho Demo
crats. Tho Democratic leaders say
they do not expect to bo nblo to de
feat the bill and disclaim nil Inten
tion to delny a vote unnecessarily, but
they Bay frankly thnt they consider
that It affords an opportunity for tho
presentation of their views of tho en
tire Philippine question which they
cannot nfford to let pass.
Chicago, Jan. 15. Judgo P. S. Gross
cup In tho United States Court decided
today that the city has tho right to
regulate tho price of gag. The question
camo up In the case wherein tho Peo
ple's Gas. Light and Coke Company
seeks to have the city enjoined from
cnfprclng Its scventy-flvc-cent gas or
dinance. Tho city domurred and
claimed thnt even If tho facts set forth
In the gas company's petition were
true tho city still hnd tho right to
regulate the price ot gas.
Judge Grosscup held that the city
! had tho right to sco thnt the rate was
. "reasonable," but told the attorneys for
the gas cornrern that they might
amend their hill so as to protest
against tho seventy-llvo-cent rnte ns
being too low.
Mayor Harrison said the Court's rul
ing meant that the municipality had
the right to regulate tho rates charged
for telephones, electric lights and all
other service rendered by public utility
GEIIMANY'S FOItlilGN TRADE.
Beilln, Jan. 17. Tho official provin
cial estimates of tho foreign trade ot
Germany for 1901 glvo tho Imports nt
5,207.0110.000 marks, a decrease of 70,.
iJO.000 marks for tho Imports of 1900.
Tho samo authority gives the exports
or 1901 at 1.759.000.000 marks, which Is
an Increase of 7.000,000 marks ovor
the exports of the preceding year. Tho
actual values of those Imports nnd ex-
poriB are mucu smaucr man mo tig-
ll.Vn M1J.W t,(t.ll IIIDIMUUl. II 111) WIU IUIC-
tnlng amounts are based on the nrlces
ot goods prevailing In 1S00.
WILL PIGIIT AGAIN.
Now York. Jnn. 21. Tom Sharkey
and Peter Maher may go to Louisville
to re-llglit the battlo which resulted
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets,
All druggists refund tho money If it
' 'alls to euro. K. W. Grove's signature
! Is on each box. 25 cents.
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