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Situations nnd Help Wanted
WANTED Position by man now
traveling dry good a nud hats In
Island trade; similar position, or
will consider another lino; Rood
cause tor desiring change; refer
ences. Address, Drummer, Bulletin
WANTED Situation as maid or seam''
strew In private family bv an Enii
llsn clrl. Address SI. S., this olllce.
WANTED I'osltlon to do general
hossowork on care Tor children. Ad
draw Ulrl, this office 2075-lw
WANTED Young man wants work
of nay kind; experienced wnltcr and
porter. P. A. J., this office.
Ad 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 60c
Tills Is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
LET US DO your bookecplng nnd
makn your collections. Satisfaction '
guaranteed. Honda given us m-our-i
lty. C. E. MOOHE 4 CO., 10 Mcln-'
tyro Illock. 20&2-2W
SPECIAL NOTICE lionds furnished
to nny amount fur the man holding
position as gunrdlau, postolllco offi
cial ur any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co, 2051-tt
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
SALE. 1643-tf I
WANTtU Mve- or six-room cottnge,
with bath, In good locality. Address
T. II., Uullctln office. 2U82-1 w
WANTED To buy fine leghorn roos
ters. Address J. .1. C, this office.
WANTED A furnished collage. Ad
dress A. It., this office. 2079-tr
WANTED Everybody to know that
tbo Canton Marino Insurauco Co.
office U at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 5'i0 men to shavo for loc.
JefTs, 43 King St.; Uvo white bar
TO LET Six-room cottage, cor. Kort FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
nnd School. Apply next door on dress It. M. Diincnn, at Ilulletln of
Kurt. 208 1-1 w flee. 1991-tf
TO LET 9-rootn. 2-siory lious-. lu
minutes' walk from P. O.. bath. etc.
Two-roomed cottage on premises,
cool, pleasant locality. Address II. W..
this office. 2083-1 w
'IO LET One large double room; al
so one single room; good location,
on car line near Thomas Square. 11..
iluuctln office. 2083-1 w
FOR' RENT Suite of rooms over
Washington Mercantile Co.; $23 per
mouth; possession .March 1st. Ap
ply A. Harrison Mill Co.. Ltd., or
Krod. L. Wnldron, room 3. Spreckels
TO LET Five room cotlago off Wal
klkl i-ond between Hopkins nnd
Ulshop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 2001-tf
'i O LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, llrst-clnBS table
board, hot anil rnltl writer nlnrfrln
lights, etc. 1270 llcretania St.
TO LET Furnlshod rooms at Mrs.
McConnel's, Garden lane. 2055-tf
P. DANSON KELLETT Attornoy,
Notary Public; marriage llccnsos.
Room 11, Magoon Uldg.
F. M, BROOKS ..ttorney; rooms 9-10,
Sprockets bldg.; Tel, Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kan
humnnii 81 : Tel. &81 Mala
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorneyat-I.aw,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-ut-law;
M. LONG Offices 3.MJ3 Campbell
bldg.: Tel. Mnln 278
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. 8preckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club: sundries, etc.
MCDONALD. LANGSTON Contract
ors nnd ttiilldora; lloS Union St. ,
N. K. OT8UK A Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons, excavnt
- Ins. filling and curbing; stono and
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Koom 4, Arlington Hotel; Tel. Main
THE KA3H CO., LTD. Two stores.
33-27 Ho'el St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO.
Fine cnrrlnees. wagons, harness
and whirs' Heretnnla near Fort Ht.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, BIB Miller Street.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able, Koom 10 Mclntyra Illock.
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
Icttn to your friends. Only (1 a year.
Ads. will be Inserted HREE.
SALESMEN WANTED To Bell our
goods by samplo to wholesale: nnd
retail trade; wo nro tho largest nnd
only manufacturers In our lino In tho
world; liberal salary paid. Address
CanDex Mfg. Co., Buffalo, N. Y.
WANTED German girl to do general
household work nnd caro for chil
dren, wary, uullctln office.
TO LET Thrco handsomely furnish-
luuiiiu, iiuw iioui e, mzo Here
tnnla, cor. Keeaumoxu.
TO LET Newly furnished nlry suite;
table board Is desired. 141 ilcrctaniu
TO LET Cottages off L.hool St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 nnd $17. On Insano
Asylum road. $12.30 nnd $0.50. P.
E. H. Strauch, 32 Campboli block,
310 Fort t. 2051-2m
TO LET Cottage, Cottago Grove,
King St. Knqulrc No. S cottage.
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu alt modern
Improvements, tall at Silent Har
bor Shop. 2019-tf
FOR RENT Cottago on South St.;
six rooms; modern Improvements;
$20. Honolulu Investment Co., Judd
FOR SALE A lady's Columbia bicy
cle In good condition. Kinau, third
house from Alnpnl. 20S31W
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for seven-room
house. In lots to suit; leav
ing city; no reasonable ohVr,rofus
ed. Call third house from Alnpnl on
FOR SALE A lght suriey. rut under,
complete with curtains, shaft nnd
pole; very chenp; account of leav
ing city. Address M. H., this office.
FOR 8ALE Fine Jersey cow; JiiHt
calved. Apply to Lewis & Co.
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, also
very old calablshcs. somo unpollsh
cd. Address Z this office. Is-tf
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horse
gentle; good under saddlo; phaeton
almost new. K. C. I)., bulletin.
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort SL;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms rcntnnnblc. 1930-tf
LOST l'ocketbook containing sum of
money. Monday night; $."0 rewaid if
returned to this olllce. 2080-1 w
LOST lllnck purso with watch and
two keys. Suitable reward !f re
turned to the Ilulletln office, js-1
LOST Mnny thousnnds of dollar,
through neglecting to hnvo stocl,
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent lour of tho
strongest flro Insurance companies.
FOUND Insurance against tho break-
"K of P'ato glass at The Honolulu
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
DR. ALBERT E. NICH. -S Dentist;
1154 Alakea St.; office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mnti. !
I Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR.T. MOTONAGA 10 Dcrclnnla St.;
1 on co hours 8 n. m. to 4 p. in.
E. TAPPAN TANN ATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; oflice, 1313 WII-
dcr Ave; Tel. 3441 Illue.
W. BEAKBANE Card ongrnvlng and
stamping; room 2, i.-.ig bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
, Ilethel St.. opp. Wavcrloy blk.; Tel.
021 Illue; pkgB. called for unci doljil.
C. A. 8CHMIEDTE Daggage express
una nrnyngo: -jei. wnito ozi.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Voting
Men s institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kuuul Groceries,
1- nut b and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEA8 rierctanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Illue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter ft
Wnlty; 712 Fort St, Orphotira blk.;
Tel. C81 Illue.
F AVEIROS Groceries; neretanla.
Waiklkl of Emma St.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W, McDon
1 aid. Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
HARNE8S AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Malh 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stabies; I'. O. box 791.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 630 Kort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
nt the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SEfV
VICE Union St. ur. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocnt
Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1021 llcreta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished: Mctropola Ho
tel, room iz, Alakcn St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of Btrlng Instru
ments; Btudlo, Lovo bldg., Kort St.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
The latest In millinery, etc.; Doston
umg.; ici. 201 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St- next to Lovo
uldg.; choice line of new millinery.
trimmings, etc.; agent for Duttorlck
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Noso nnd
Thoat; offlco at Eyo nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
i p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN8 Eyo. Ear,
Nose nnd Throat only; offlco Alakea
&t., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. M.irKAV. M.n . r. M
-S20 llcretania Ave.; Tel. Illuo 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 218
llcretania Ave.; Tel. nluo 821.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. A I kinds of sanl
tary work. Sower connections a
specialty. Cnarges to suit tho
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN i-alntlng and paper
hanging; Territory Stables. King St
JUDD 4 CO., LTD. llulldlng lots and
residences for snlo; 307 Stangen-
waiu uicig.; tci. 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real cstato.
iiisu to gram mnrnago licenses'
58 Merchant St.: Tel. Main 115. '
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
riKiic. cry ll. ,i tno l'ANTHKL
AMY LENNON Stenography and
ivpewrmng; i;c Knnnumnnu St
E. MORIKUCHI it Hotel St.. nr. Nil
iinnu. Felt, straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairing; Elks bldg.. 016 Miller St.
IGROTE 4 CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing, Union, near Hole! St.
1. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
DURABLE AND ACCURATE
The Keystone Watch Case
Co., ivsrAwisiuii iisi.
America's Oldest and
Largest Watch Factory
I'or miiIu toy
The Principal watch
Dealers In Hawaii
Kaliiklnui Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
Beretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THE
MEAT 8TALL8 19 AND 20.
SING CHAN CO.
Hardware, Tinware, Glassware
and Carriage floods, Etc., Etc.
and ficwep Connct-
tlonti a Hpcclnlty.
229 King 8t, between River 8t and
R. JL Depot.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
9 imvc 0(11 'Ft. HTr ,.
W. C. Achi & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
We will Iluy or Sell Ileal llstata In
ill parte of the group.
We will Sell Properties on Reason
10 WEST KING BTREET.
bunday hulletin, Honolulu, ii. t., sunday.
m fifliif cut
JUDGE LI1UE Al' (JUIS
Wmi AHOKNlY GEiNLIUL
Sheriff Andrews Acts on Advice of
Attorney General and Ignores
Order of the Fourth
Hllo, Feb. 28. The Fourth Circuit
Court Is In the throes of n contempt
case which Is likely to eel Ipso in spec
tacular rrsults tho famous contempt
dramas enacted In tho First Circuit
Court nt Honolulu a few months ago,
At that time Judge Humphreys got
Into n tangle with the Attorney Ocn-
ernrs department, tho executive
branch of the government nnd numc
ous minor elements, which at Hono
lulu make up a rockrlbbcd coalition
against the operation of justice In Ha
waii on the American plan .
Again, It Is the Judiciary vs. tho At
torney General's department. L. A.
Andrews was beforo Judge Llttlo last
Tuesday on an order to appear and
show reason why ho should not be ad
Judged in contempt for violating an
order of the court. The order was that
nil moneys for linos, forfeitures, execu
tions, coats, etc., In cases tried In tho
Fourth Circuit Court should bo paid
to (he dork of that Court instead of
being remitted to tho High Sheriff at
The occasion for the order nrose
upon the discovery by Judge Little that
tht records In the offlco of tho clerk
failed to show satisfactions of Judg
ments, after fines had been paid and
the prisoners discharged. Tho clerk
explained that he could rot enter a
satisfaction of Judgment H any caso
unless he received the amount of the
fine. The Sheriff was ordered In due
form, nt the January term not to remit
any Fourth Circuit fines to tho High
Sheriff hut to turn all such moneys
Into tho clerk of that courL The
Sheriff was given time to communicate
the order to High Sheriff Ilrown nnd
Attorney General Dole. Thcso offi
cials replied with a peremptory order
directing Sheriff Andrews to Ignore the
order of Judge Little nnd send the
money to High Shorlff Ilrown. As a
subordinate officer under Ilrown, An
drews compiled by sending $500, the
amount of a line collected since tho
order was made. There was an Inter
esting tilt nt arms In Court between
Andrews and the Judge. The Sheriff
was given every chanco to make his
record of defense and the matter was
taken under ndvlscmcnt by the Couit
until next week. Andrews places tho
responsibility of his action upon the
order received from a higher officer,
and thu Court Is lodklng up light on
this point It may bo that a bench
warrant will Issue, summoning the
High Sheriff and the Attorney General
to Hllo to account for their Interfer
ence with a Judicial order. It may bo
that they will bo sent to the Hllo Jail
for contempt together with the Sheriff
of this Island.
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What Is Honolulu, Anyway ?
Little untlmcnt can be had on the Ish dull rare. Why he docs not com"
score or giving publicity to existing! Ia bet found In the reason for tho re
sanitary conditions In Honolulu by cur moval of the Honolulu Sanitarium
rent criticism, when leprosy and thr That a skilled staff of i..irses necessary
bubonic jilnguo havo claimed us for, to the maintenance of so thoroughly
their own In the public eye of the ' exemplniy and excellent un Instltu
world. On tho contrary nny local ai;l- Hon- ns the Honolulu Sanitarium ro
tation for better things Is n credit to fuo to come to the Islands uudei'
Honolulu, nnd un earnest of the work-1 existing sanitary conditions ennbles us
Ing of a leaven which makes for prog- to sen ourselves ns "libera see us " It
ress. The local plan of hushing up all Is silly nnd childish to take refuge In
ndvoiM) criticism of local Institutions, Idle, resentful tales because tho truth
Is ns well known wherever the city ot Is unpleasant. Far better "Take the
Honolulu Is known as Is tho malarial, bull by the horns," and face tho truth
miasmatic condition of iheclty. The proposition to solicit Federal
"An Impossible place to live In," Is, aid Is a good one, nlthough at first
cm- universal veruici oi inc returning ,
Then Is no one who finds himself a j
resident of Hawaii but must resent
not that this verdict Is passed on the
city of his chosen residence, but that
there exists cause for such n verdict, i
No loyal citizen of Honolulu can but
leei mat mere Is no more reason why i
there bhould not be a city here which i
snuii eiiaiicngc! the admiration or mo
world nnd charm the man of culture,'
ns well as at Santiago, in Chill, llucnoj j Ing wltlf other modem cities which ns
Ayies. Melbourne, Sydney or Los An- plro to recognition. Honolulu Is a
Wc cannot admire the pcst-rldden,
plague-stricken people of the world, j
melancholy though their condition be, i
anil It Is not agreeable to bo forced
Into the van of tho unwashed, which
Is what modern science practically de
clares epidemics to be.
Dlsearo Is illt t.
The charm of Hawaii Is gay, nnlvo
and spontaneous, n charm to which
the wnild will ever respond. That tills
Is to be handicapped by tensatlonal
epldemlc-h Is un unbearable proposi
tion. Lien, too, It is safe to tav that feWi
travelers come lieu- who are not at
Drbt disappointed then disgusted by
the incdlcavul appearance of our bus!-1
ness Hictlnu with Its contracted, dirty I
btreets lined with narrow dirty side-
walks. There is no ono thing which 1
cumi mines mure to the good appear
ance of a town than bioad, clean, wcll
paved btreets. How much the appear
unce of the biibincKs, bcitlon of Hono
lulu would be Improved by widening
the stiectH Is exemplified In that part
of Fort street op which the new con
Whul Honolulu lost
leputatlon for dlsc-tiM- ami filth Mi enn
never estimate. The , yes of the world
havo been turned il,i way during
and since the Spanish-American war
with the result that llonhtlu Is one 01
the widely udvertlnd tt,.R of tho
Every ono of the Amerluin traveling
contingent plana to visit Hawaii. Ha-
mm is iuv imuinil ,,uu.n by Btunt0n
i. ,1 . . .... -t "'""itiuM,
..U.UUOU .,u inline restful,,,,, for th(,
"u'""u,u '""'"in to hie and ban-1
mahch 2, 1902.
In such event It will be Interesting
to observe whether a pardon from Gov
ernor Dole can bo sent by wireless tele
graph or by the jnontnl telepathy
The order made bv Judnc Llttlo to
Sheriff Andrews, Is In strict conform
ity with tho rule prevailing In nil tha
courts of tho States. It nlso has the
merit of being necetsnry In order that
tho clerk of his Court may squaro the
records of his ofTlce when n fine Is paid
and a prisoner discharged.
The regular monthly meeting of thn
Portuguese Kducatlonnl Club was held
on Friday evening Inst nt Its meeting
Place, on Vineyard Btreet. A part ot
tho program for nn entertainment soon
to be given wns rehearsed. Then L. II.
Medelros, president nnd lender of tho
club, gavo n very Interesting readlni;
on the subject of "Public Speaking,'
nnd emphasised It to tho satisfaction
nnd appreciation of those present
At 9:30 p. m. the meeting ndjourned
with the club's patriotic song, entitled
"A Closing Prayer," adapted to tho
music of the lied, Whlto and nlue IU
wording Is as follows:
Come, let us all Join In singing,
And bid one and all good night;
And pray for Ood's love and keeping.
And that our steps guard aright.
For when we shall meet ngnln
Our hearts throbbing with delight
Will forever cling to one another,
.To promote our work with all might.
Wo will stand by the Kod, White and
I lly tfie lied, White and llluo wo shall
I And defend our proud national honors,
lly the Ited, White nnd Illue wo slnll
K. OF P.
Hllo, Feb. 28. The anniversary ball
of the Knights of Pythias at Spreckels'
hall last Friday night was ono of the
most enjoyable social events of tho
Benson. The large number of guests
were taken In chnrgo upon their ar
rival by n reception committee consist
ing of .Messrs. II. II. Held, Dr. Waclis
Ilohncnberg nnd llrummaghlm. Mrj.
Tracy presided at the piano and the
dance soon claimed the majority of
The refreshment room was a populii
resort, as the evening was unusually
hot. Two big punch howls filled Willi
clnrct punch, made under the skilled
direction of Chns. II. Hitchcock were
the oasis of nn occasion ot oases. Moi"
substantial refreshments wire served
latir by Mr. Fitter.
During nn Intermission In tho dance.
Judge a. F. Little gave un outline ot
the history and purposes of the ord"r
of the Knlglitd of Pythias.
Oencral bookbinding, ruling, gliding
embossing, maps, charts and nrtlstic
printing nt tho EVENING IIULLETI
glance Involv ncr hum latlon.
It ninr be said tlint nti.li! ,.,. ,.,
Anglo-Saxon domination, with the aid
of tho revenues should hnvo provided
time and monev sulllclent i, ,1,, r..r
Honolulu, what one year of Federal
rule has done for Hnvnnn. w pun
make plenty of excuses for our short-
comings, but It Is well to bear lu mind
that Hie world Is not lu the habit ot
making allowances; that In tho eyo oi
tho world we stnnd on the same font.
e'ty of nn enlightened, enterprising
people or she Is not. "lly their fruits
ye shnll know them." There aro other
ways of showing enterprise than by
advertising. A united, steady effort for
tho beautiful sanitary upbuilding ot
Honolulu, will yield n lurgcr return In
trndci nnd tourists than any specific
A united, enlightened investigation
of tho principles of sound city govern
ment, nnd the frame or charter most
expedient for achieving a sanltUry.
well ordered, city here, Is a credit U
Honolulu und demonstrates the pres-
euco hern of the kind of stuff eHsnn
tlal to the growth und upbuilding ot
fiayH the Hev. Chas. K. Dole: "Tho
world cries camc-Htlv for thoso who
Shall bIiow It how to use and enjoy Its
wealth. It units for the great leaders
who shall cleanbe awuy Its vile slums,
nnd recreate Its great cities In beauty."
Thin Is the modern American spirit.
Tho duty of every American citi
zen to bravely do his purt,. of tho work
of the world toward making It better.
In tho place where he happens to bo,
Is modern religious tenrhtng, We have
ns It were 11 renaissance of the Greek
Ideu, which declared the noblest of all
charities to be thn public good.
XI ore and more Is the cult; that tha
use of jvenlth, libraries, works of art
Is to uplift and wnnoble the public,
finding expression In thu Institutions ot
municipal government nil over the
world. If Federal aid gives us nn or
ganic body, with systematic provision
for cleanly, noblo growth, wc can sure-
,y Bwaiow our pride nnd take It.
ANNA ALWAIID EAME3,
W A H
IT IN HIE BiH
Hllo. Feb. 28 I. Ilomnlne, K. F.
Nichols and W. J. Stono celebrated
Washington's birthday by getting lost
In the "hush." They started late Fri
day evening on horse back to tho Vol
cano House nnd the story of the trou
hies of tho trio Is remarkable. At
Mountain View, Romalno's inula
swelled up and burst the saddle girth,
and then side stepped a few, throwing
Mr. Komalne nnd tho saddle In a heap
upon a hard piece of lava. This dis
couraged Uomalnc, and In spite of tha
besccchmouts of his companions he
faced the sea and led his mule back to
Stone nnd Nichols pushed on. They
headed for the wilds of Puna and
found food nnd shelter nt n little vil
lage Wallele. Saturday morning they
were out early on their refreshed
i mules. They galloped about the dis
trict of Puna a few hours, Inspecting
several extinct volcnnos. Dye and bye,
Stone consulted his compass, took the
bearings nnd fixed his course for tho
Volcano House. Nichols fell In be
hind. The caravansary proceeded In
silence. At about six bells In the
third watch, Stono loked around for
Nichols. He had vanished over the
nforlion, for two hours ho hunted for
his lost comrade but finally hastened to
the Volcano House to orgnntzc n
searching party. The party was made
up and waited for the moon nl rise bo-
fore setting out. At 8:30 the derelict
hove In sight. Nichols' mule had bolt
ed In the afternoon carrying htm far
out of his course. Tho mule wns
groaning beneath the 32,705 maledic
tions which had been heaped upon It
by Nichols. Hawaii Herald,
' (Ail IN THE CITY
A military tump In the heart of th?
city Is a novelty which Is exciting con
slderable remark among citizens nt
tho present time, especially among
those who reside In the near neighbor
hood of the drill shed grounds.
On these grounds there are Severn.
hundred soldiers from (he transpnit
Warren In camp. Hero they arb ex
pected to remain until (ho transport
leaves port, which Is not likely to br
tor at least ten days, as the repairs to
her propeller will occupy all of thi.t
Th droops Include men of th? Sec
ond llatt.illnn of the 13th Infantry ns
well ns casuals and recruits. Kigln
hundred In all arrived on tho trntispoit
The men eat aboard tho vessel, liv
ing on thn ill 111 shed grounds. 'Soma
other arrangement Is likely to bo m.Ue
soon lu regard to the mess.
Those who live near tlie camp say
that they are awakened In the morning
by the lusty notes of a bugle, the'
bugler evidently possessing mighty
The boys prefer the camp to the ship.
but are not enthusiastic over tho pres
ent commissary arrangement. They
will he taken on marches through the
country after this matter of tho mess
bus been settled, taking short matches
through the city and suburbs in tho
meanwhile, that their legs may not gel
I. Maui lee McMuhou, who bus put
Into feeling verse the Inspirations giv
en him by the beautiful Rcenery, fulr
maidens and general charm of Hawaii
nel will depart for Samoa on March
5th. He Intends to make a thorough
tour of the Islands of thnt group with
the view of gathering material for a
book. It Is expected that the many
beautiful flower girls who can be seen
on the corners of Hotel street, will ir,
pear with lels at I'. Maurice's depar
ture to show a slight token of their
appreciation of the mnn who has per
petuated their charms to everlaBtlng
Telephone comniunlcnt'lou was seri
ously Interfered with by the heavy
winds prevailing yesterday and latt
night. Tho wind was blowing strong
trom tho noith-northeast. Wires be
came crossed In many places through
out the city. No communication could
bo had with the lookout at Diamond
Head, nor with tho pilots' olllce. Nu
merous complaints were made to cen
tral that no connection could be had
with many places, central answering
that tho wind was responsible for this
stute of affairs.
A sharp lookout was kept on all ves
sels lu th charbor hist night, lest moor
ings should pait or anything should
FANCY DItllKS HALL.
Hllo, Feb. 28. -The fancy dress hall
at the home of the McLennan's at I'&
paaloa, originally planned for New
Years, was given on tho evening of
February 21. Tho postponement was
made necessary on account of the.
washouts on the Honohlna road. The
now homo of Mr. and Mrs. McLcnnnt.
rns properly dedicated by the event
Tho guests were arrayed In fancy cni
tunics and altogether tho coninnny pre
sented a lively scene. Tho music for
tho dance was.fnrnlshed by u Hllo or
chestra. Hllo Tribune.
Tucker Ih Promoted.
Hugh M. Tucker, formerly ono of
'ho discharging Inspectors of thu local
Custom House, has been promote 1 to
1 position In tho olllce, his new dure
being In tho liquidating departmen.
IIo is 0110 or thu most popular me.i on
tho force nnd counts all his collcng iri
us friends. Lust year he wns tho crack
third baseman of tho Custom Hniisu
baseball team. Ho will, it is said.
again distinguish himself on the dia
1IIL0 CITIZENS MEET
TO SELECT GOOD SITE
Congressional Committee on Post
Olces Seeks Information-No
Free Site Is Offered
Hllo, Fcbrunry 28. A mass meeting
was held Monday night at tho Fire
man's hall to consider questions In
connection with n Fcdernl building nt
this place. Congressman Mercer,
chairman of tho comraitteo on post
otnccB, wrote I'ostmnsCer Sovcrnnce at
this place for certain particulars, Tho
committee wanted to know tho present
population of Hllo, Its population ten
years ago and the probable population
of the placo In 1920. It was also 0 Ble
ed If any citizen or citizens of Hllo
would donato a site for tho Federal
There were, between fifty nnd sixty
of the representative business men ot
tho city present. J. A. Scott was mndo
chairman and N. Wlllfong sccretnry.
Tho question of the location of tho
proposed building was debated. Iho
majority of thoso speaking wero lu
favor of tho present slto of tho pest
office. Messrs. J. C. Illdgway and Or.
Itlce believed tho building should bo
loented up Walanueanue street In the
van of Illlo's future growth. Efforts
wero made by others to nnmo a upot
which would probably bo In tho center
of the business district In 1920. Mr.
Philip Peck said that It would oven bo
moro long headed to locate the build
ing at a spot which would bo tho cen
ter of the town a hundred years hence.
Messrs. Turner, Peck, Mason, nnd oth
ers favored the present postofllco rite.
Sheriff L. A. Andrews said thnt he had
been Informed that tho Govornmcnt
had conveyed tho lot on which tho
postofflce now stands to tho Hllo Rail
The consensus of opinion wns that
Congress would not begin to mix mor
tar for a new Hllo postofllco for a per
iod of three or five years and thnt all
tho exigencies or the present require
would be a few suggestions nnd Bin
tlstlcs. Accordingly, a committee consist Ing
of Messrs. P. Peek, J. W. MaBon anil
N. Wlllfong wns appointed to complin
the information nsked for by tho Con
No citizen stepped forward to pre
sent" Uncle Sinn with a building site.
Hut It was pointed out by many speak
ers that, slnco Uncle Sam himself
owni choice lots upon nearly every
stri'et In town, ho scarce"' can expeet
n girt of this kind.
ESCAPF.D PRISONIilt TAKIiN.
Hllo, February 28. The Hawnllan
buiglar who escaped from Jail two
weeks ago was captured by natives on
Saturday on the bench six miles fiom
Kenan. On Friday a man by the name
or Peter II Inquired or Embort Ilrown
what reward would bo paid for Infor
mation lending to tho arrest of inu
man. Ilrown questioned him nnd no
ndmltted that tho prisoner wns nt his
Officer John Kelley was communl.
rated with and he Interviewed tho na
tive. Tho latter would give no Inror
matlon unless lie was paid $50, and to
this tho officer would not ncree. In.
stead he waited until dark and then
rode to tho man's house but tho bark
ing dogs warned the escaped and Ik
The next night Kellen emnloved two
native's and they took tho man Into
custody. They wero brought to hllo
Saturday afternoon nnd sent to Jail.
Hllo, Feb. 2S. The Hllo Lodge of
Elks will nrolmblv lie ir,oin,,,.i ....
cdncsday evening, March 19. Deputy
Oraud Exalted Ituler tir r 11 nnnn.
or Honolulu will leave that city by tho
Klnnu or March 18 und will bo nccom.
panled by thirty or thlrty-fivo of the
Honolulu herd of Elks.-Hllo Tribune.
Tho work of the Federal Inspectors
of Hulls and Hollers In this Territory
was concluded yesterday at noon. They
will leave for San Francisco on Tues
day, In the Ventura.
Telephone to All Pans of the Island.
EALAKEKUA, . HAWAII
J. O. HKNltlQUES, PROP.
Horses nnd Currln&es
For BxcursI ns
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
tourlstu to '
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet tho S. S, Mnuoa .la
vt Kailua nnd take passengers overland
o Hookena, where the steamer Is met