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CVEN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 11 T. WEDNESDAY. MAHCH 3. 1902
Sltuntlontt nnil Help Wanted
WANTED Position In first class
American groom Clt n Terences
fddross V till nfflie JOSiilw
WANTED Position bv man now
traveling lr goods and lints In
IMnnd trade, similar position, or
Trill cousldcr another line, Rood
(aufio (or doslilng change, refer-(-res.
Address Ditimmcr, Dtillctin
oUice. 2010 I w
WANTCD Situation at maid or seam
strew In private ramllv Lv an Eng
llsh girl. Address M S , tlili oUice
WANTED Position to do general
usowurk on tare for ehildieii Ad
dress GUI, this ollki- 207"i lw
WANTED Young man wants work
of any Kind, experlomed waiter and
poncr. 1' A J this olUec-
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 40e
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the people of Honolulu.
LET US DO )our bookecplug and
niakci your collection S.iUsfnc tion
gunrauteed Bunds given ns w-t ur
lt C. E. MOORE &. CO. to Mi In
tyro Block JSJ 2w
SPECIAL NOTICE Ilonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position as guardian, poslofflcc offi
cial or any oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co 2051 tf
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE HANI) FOR
WANTED Five- or six loom cottage.
with bath, in good lm allt Addiessi
T II . Bulletin office JUSilw1
WANTED Everybody to know that
tbo Canton Marine Insurance Co
office Is at Honolulu Investment Co
WANTED 500 men o shae for lie'
Jeff's, 43 King St , live white bar
bers, 2011 tf
TO LE'I .
TO RENT Furnished cottage, 1 looms
Union St Vpply at 1131 t'uion St
TO LET Six room cottage- oi f'oit
and School. Appl net door on
TO LET !) room 2 stor) hous", 10
minutes' walk from 1' O . bath etc
Twtioomtd cottage on picmlses,
coot pleasant lotallt) Address II V
this office 20S3 lw
to LET One large double loom al
to one single room, good locution,
on car line near Thomas Square It
Buuetln office 2011 lw
FOR RCNT Suite or rooms out
Washington Mercantile Co , $J3 per
mouth, possession March 1st Ap
ply A Harrison Mill Co Ltd oi
Fled I. Wuldion room J Spree beds
bloci. 2081 lw
TO LET Fle room cottage off Wal
klkl load between Hopkins anil
Bishop switch Immediate posses
vlon. Apply Hawn Tramways of
flee, Punabou 200 1 tf
'iO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first class tublo
board, hot and cold water electric
lights, etc 1270 Beretanla St.
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marrlago licenses
Room 11, Magoon Bldg
F. M. BROOKS attorney: rooms 9-10,
SprcckelB bldg.; Tel. Malu 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
bumanu St ; Tel .,81 Main
J M, DAVIDSON Altornc) at l.uw,
1U iaaiiumanu St
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney nt
law ; Knnhumanu M
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spreckels bldg
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc
MCDONALD & LANGSTON Contract
ore and Builders; lid Union SL
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor aud build
er, carpenters and masous, excavat
ing, filling aud curbing, stone anJ
brick; ballasting and cement walks,
Boom 4, Arlington Hotel, Tel Main
THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores
23 ET Hotel St. and cor Fort &. Hotel
PACIFIC VEHICLE 4 SUPPLY CO. !
fine carnages, wagons, Harness
and whips: Ilerotnnla near Fort St
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELkS BUILDING, GIG Miller Street
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
abln. Boom 10 Mcliitre Block
DR. ALBERT E. NICH--S Dentist,
11 f 4 Alakea St , office hours. 9 to 4
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Bin.; gas
administered; painless extracting.
DR. Q. W. RAYMOND Boom 3. Mjtt
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. u).
AiIh. will be liiHcrtcd PR1IE.
SALESMEN WANTED To sell our
goods by sample to wholesale nnd
retail trade, we me the largest nnd
only manufacturers in our lino In the
world, liberal salary pile! Address
CanDex Mfg Co, Iluffnlo, N. Y.
WANTED flcrmnn girl to do general
household work nnil caro for chll
dren. Mar), Bulletin offlco.
TO LET Kltgnnt double pallors i.ew
house 12. "i lb tetania (or Kcc-ati I
mokii 20C lm
TO LET Kuinislied front room for
one or two gentlemen, htcahfast if
desired oc. iiu'innl .081 lw
TO LET Newl furnished airy suite,
table board Is desired. Ill llcrctanu
Ave. 2073 It
TO LET Cottages off L.hool St. nr.
Nuuanu, $15 nnd $17. On Insano
Asylum road, $12 SO nnd J6 SO. 1'.
K U. Strnuch, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort t. 2051-2m
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu nil modern
Improvements, 'all nt Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
FOR RENT Cottage on South St ,
six rooms, modern Improvements.
$17 SO Honolulu Investment Co,
Judd Uldg 207.' tf
TO LET furnished rooms at Mrs
McConnol s, Garden lane. 2055 tf
FOR LEASE-Two-story house. 12
looms Union street possession
given Apiil 1st Apply 1131 Un'on '
St 20S5-1W .
FOR SALE A lad' Columbia blcj .
cle In good condition Klnau, third
house flom Alnpal 2083 lw
FOR SALE Cbiap, furniture Tor sev
en room bouse. In lots to suit It av
I lng city, no reasonable offer rufus
I ed Call third house from Alnpal on
' Klnau 2081 tf
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow. Just,
calved Apply to Lewis & Co
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, nlso
I very old calablshes, some unpolish
ed. Address Z . this office. 4s tf
.FOR SALE Horse nnd phaeton, horso
gentle, good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. B., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock Tor filling Ad
dress II. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
reOOVI A1NP BOARD.
THE LOS ANGELES 1G23 Fort St.;'
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable.. 1930 tf
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufficiently insured Honolulu In
vestment Co represent lour of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies
FOUND Insurnnco ngninst the brenk
ngo of plato glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051 tf
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustr.Jl edition Is three cents to all
parts of the States.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stnmplng; room 2. i. .te bldg.
IE. TAPPAN TANNATT CIWl and
electrical engineer, office, J313 Wil
i der Ave ; Tel 3441 Blue
MERCHANTS' PAhCEt. DELIVERY
Bethel St opp WaorIcy bile . Tel.
I C21 Blue, pkgs called for and dcl'd I
I C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
mhu mujuKiji ii-j. iviuiu a.i
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday in the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Ktikul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Saltor &
Walty; 712 Tort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel 081 Blue
' CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
nld. Fort St opp Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts , Tel Main 228, P. O,
I CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP rort
st opp ami stnliles P O box 791
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg , latest In novelties
at tho PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER.
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel,
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor, "Mlgnon, 1024 Ileictn
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music rurnlsbeil, Mctropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alnken St
E. K. KAAI Tcncher of string Instru
mciits, studio, Ixivo bldg, Tort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc., Uoston
bldg , Tel. 204 Main.
BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Hep me
rlinn Mnnf s Room S Progioss 'ilk
Tel Mnln 131
DR. SLOGGETT Kc Ear. Nose nnd
Tho-tt; olllcc nt i:jc and Car Infirm
nry, Alakea St. Hours 9 a m. to
4 p m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Fye Hnr,
rose and 't hrnnt only, office Alakea
St , lately occupied by I)r. Murray;
offlco hours 9 n. m to 4 p m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Ilerctanln Ave.: Tel llluo 3331.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Deretanin Ave.: Tel. Blue 821.
ANTONE PILARES 4 CO numbers
nnd Tinsmiths. All kinds of sanl
tftry work. Sewer connections n
specialty. Cnnrges to suit tho
times Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN i'ntntlng and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St,
, JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots nnl
residences for sale: 307 Stangon
wnld bldg; Tel 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estnto
also to grant marriage licenses'
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right Try It. t trio FANTHF.L
STENOGRAPHY nnd t pew riling neat
ly and aciiirntcl) done nt Hawaiian
Hotil b) Miss Noble
AMY LENNON Stenography nnd
typewriting; 13 Knnhumanu St
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St. nr Nu
uanii FelL straw, panama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and ro
I palling, Flks bldg. 01C Miller St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant 8t.
Home Feb 20- Cardinal Li-doilinvv
.II whose sllvei Jubilee as prince of
the church was eelebiated two )eniH
ago Is hniil to linu- leulgned his of
fice as Prefect of the I'lopiginda.
The se Illinois hnu been persistent for
The Prefect of the I'lopagnudn e
cicIms spliitual Jurisdiction out all
lint part of tin' win Id which Is not
nu'iiieil l tlie Catholic- nilei ti ml
iih Inline pie Is so ki nit that it is n
omiiiou sajlng in Home that thi'io
i thiee I'ojies u white one nt tho
atlcnn a lilac K one at the Jesuit Col
lege and n led one nt the i'lopagnniln.
I aidluil I.edoi howski was lllsmiuck's
meat oppoiKnt lu (icrmnn) llismaick
Itnpilboned the Cnidlnal who was then
re hhlshop of I'oseu
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
ictln to your friends. Only $1 a year,
Waialua Beach Hotel
A. WENNER, Manager,
Now Open for Business. Fin'
est of Accommodation. Finest
of Bathing. Be Sum to Get
Off at Waialua Station.
RATES $2.50 per day,
Special Rates by Week or
For further Information ad
Beaver Lunch Rooms
Fort St., Iiet. Queen nnd Merduint
Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
i:e15thlng first-class. Complcta line
Key West and Domestic Cigars ahvayi
H, J. NOLTE, - Proprietor,
THE UNION EXPRESS CO.
Draye for Freight
Our representative ine-ts all Incom
Ing steamers from tho Coast, and wi
check baggago on all outgoing steam
White and Black Sand For Sale
Office with Uvenlng Bulletin, 211
King street Tel 86.
W. LARSEN, H'H'r
When You Want a Rig
RlNQ UP THH
LIVERY BOARDING and
: : : : : sis fort street
Stable 'Phone, 109 Main.
Hack Stand, 'Phones 319 and 72
C. H. BELLINA.
BRIGADIER GENERAL FREDERICK FUNST0N.
Kill Themselves In 'Laffan Now Controls
Each Other's Arms, The New York Sun
Vnhcomir, B C, Feb 21 The Cat
lisle slxtcis, vnrU'tj acti esses at
Nome, committed sulilde In n sunsa
tlonnl manner After fully deciding
on the manner in whli.li they would
end their lives, they embraced eaih
other nnd while In this position shot
themselves to death i
The Carlisle sisters we're known on'
the nudiilllo cluuits from Montana
to me Const nnd from bi attic to Dan
son and Xome- Tiny did a deiublu
turn wlikb was cr popular, nnd
went north Inst summer, lured by the
pruspetts of IiIk money The hno
man) friends In San Kranclsio nnd lej
The news of the tiaqedy came oer
Innd to Skagway nnd was biought
down b the Clt) of Seattle, which
nrrhul fiom the north this mornlni;
Humors of the- double tragedy reached
the Coast some' time ni;o, anil this rep
ctltlon of details at a later elate sub
stantlates the facts of the Mor
RIOTS INP0RT0 RICO
Sau Juan Porto KIio Feb 22 Dis
patches leeehid flout Ponce last night
say thnt polIlle.nl ngltntois Imltcd n
riot of the stiilkni; trolle workmen
HBtcrdny and that bloodshed was only
.Ui-rted witli the- Mieute-st (llfTIc tllt A
mob numbering hundieds of pel sous
(ontiolli'ii Ponce- for two hours, the
police not hi Inn minie'ious cnoiiK'i to
siippiess the dlsordiT Tin Chief eil
Polite mid the' American engine, -r ot
the load were suirounded after the
chief hail arrested the rlni;lender ol
tho rlotlni; A ciowd of the iloteis
lollowed the thiee me.ii to the City
Hall, Hhnutlii!: "Down with the Ami i
leans' ' The Ciller, thnnks to the
coolness mid firmness of the Ami'! lean
employes of thn American mad, who
wue ninitd with ii'olcis, presented
a serious eonfllct
The uitle woikmtn on the- tiolloj
line me uell red nnd satisfied with
tlieli wanes Thej would not hat
Htiutk had the) not been Intimidated
b) outsldeis The eni)ln llle-nt ol
seceiitetn Iiullan tratkla)trs was
piolmbl) the cause or the' tiouble '1 he
Italians me epeits and no sue li labor
Is obtainable here fiom nmoiiK the na
then, hut the Poito Itltans illslike to
i-ee foielcneis workliiB cm the mads
The mob was composed of the iiuein
plo)ed element. The leaders of tho
i Intel s lime since been plated in Jail,
ami Ponce Is now cjiilet
NI1W YORK'S STORM
New York, Feb .'J The teliKinih
and telephone icunpinles uie slow!)
n ccneilni; Horn the IiIk stoim. All
da) today wis spent In restoiInK the
eilpiilrd service nnd strlniilnK new
wires to leplnce the old ones which
have been blown down In nil direc
tions At noon Philadelphia was still
tut off eutliel) from illicit ttliKinphlc
and telephonlt tommunlt ntlnn with
t Ilia city Baltimore' wus In the same
fW with Philadelphia nnd Wntlilnm 'li
could be lenched onl) by n Ioiir an I
ilicultems mute lendliiK thioiiKh Mil
Middle West Quarantine, Sand) Htici't,
File Island and many subuihnn com
mimltbu wire; completely cut off from
the me t'opolls, and the companies hold
out llllb' hope loi a le.inedy b) toilhil
row 1111,111111; Tho South could h'
icieheil mil) thmiiKli the West
OFPCKUII GOOD P-LACn.
Washliigton, Feb 21 Hauy S
New has lieen offeied the position of
First Assistant Postmaster ticucial to
sue iced William Johnson of Now'
JeiBe) Mr New hns not jet filven
his dual answer. He is n monibe i of
tne Itepublitnn committee Irom lncll
nua. and Is the editor of the Indian
iipnlls Journal. The thaiiKe will occur
within the next two months.
MALICNCD PRINCE MEINRY.
New Yoik Feb. 23 Hem ) Kiuss or
I nlou Hill, N. J., was beaten with a
sjplion and Is now lu a hospital with
a rruc tilled skull, becaube he niallgueil
the Holienzullern nnd Prince Henij In
p.irtliulai In tho piesence of u Cat i -man
baitender 'I he latter ,v .is ai i est
ed Xftcupe of Hoee Prchlclcnt.
Loudon Fell 2J Acting PiohIiIi nt
Si hall, lliugei nnd lithe i niiinbi'is or
the lloei (loveiiimeut wen in the l.ia
gei cnpluied at Nooltgeclaiht Tians
vaal colon b) a tlt'tut lunent of mount
id National Stouts, limit I Colonel
P,ul hut Hue te cell cl lu escaping cap
PLAN TO EXTERMINATE RATS
Iteilln, Feb 20 The destitution of
nits tliioughoiit tlic empire so fur ns
tills Is piat tltable, Is undei tonslde in
thin by the Imperial Health Depatt
uient The object of the Health Do-
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j'i ettii-.ib la lu iiiiiiBuev lliu iiiiiiifei Ul
LawrenceburK, Ky, Feb 2D Alfred
Wlthei spoon president ot tho I lrt
National llnnk hire Is nt his honi'j
clvlnc nnd Judee Porter Wnllcer Is tin
der survclllnnic ns the result of n elitl
toda) between them with revolvers In
n dry goods btore
Wlthcrspoon last fall had vloltted
ordinances b) leeklessly lirlni; a te
volver In town and shooting Into some
windows nnd Wnlkei as Judge of the)
Police Couit had fined him $200 Since
that time feelliiK between them bin
been high Walker went Into tho
store todnv In width is generally t
he found mine whisk) Wlthei spoon
was thcic He cursed Walker, ,ind
the latter nski'd Witheispoon to retmct
WlthiTspoon dien back to the eloor
and leachecl for his revolver, and the
b)stnmliiH steppeel nslde Wnllwr
drew his leveilver and filed point blank
at Wltliei spoon who ducked to ilodgn
the bullet nnd was hit In the ear His
revolve i had become fastened In his
pocket nnd he tinned to lelense It with
his lift hand when Wnlkcr fired the
fecund shot which grazed his bhoul
Be fon Wlthi'ispoon could bring hli
levolvi'i Into nctlon Wu.er had llred
a thlid shot, which struck Wlthcrspoon
In the lntk bi'low the right shouldi-i
and lie fell The Judge gave hlmseli
up nnd was n le.iFe cl on Ills own recoi;
nlrntui-. while Wlthei spoon was l
moved to his home
tlHALOUS ACTHIiSK MUP.D11H
Vuntouvei, II. C, Feb 21 Willi"
Iiet companion, Jack Kirk, was nsleep
I.lllll W'nttu n Ollllll n, lrn,j ,.r v.....
attacked him In n lit of Jealousy and
sevcieu nts nead rioni his bod) with
II I.IZIII 'I lliu Uno tlw, nituu l.n,,.,l.r
b) the steniui'i Cit) or Si'attlo from
'in' iicjiin nils iiioiniug. i nere was
but the meigii fingmeut ol detail
which lind come overland to Skagvtj)
b' foie the Menmc i Ictt
Klik was known thmughoiit the
noitlii'in coiinti) nnd tin the toast as
i e uiooivtu Kiel, and the news ot
his minder In this revolting lnannet
i.as mouse, el couslcleinble ngltatluu
Lulu WnttB Is a vnilet) aetiess of in
tal lame nnd has perfoimed In vaude
vlllo lioiiM'h In Seattle, Victoria ami
Vancouver ller iwim,, lu l i,.,
Tovvnsiud. wheie lid parents live She
is a ili-eleled blonde. Inclining ry
mueh to stoutness nnd being moie of
J puiegiuntu man u pj-eslonate tern
HOPE FOIJ EARLY SETT LEMUrsT
Copt ullage n, Feb. 22 Tho text of
the tie at) between tho United States
iiuu weiiiiiuik lor i mi sale or thn
Danish West Imllt.u una ,1le. II. .t.i
tills ntternoon In Danish nnd Fngllsh
to tne meinuers of the Iligsdag. A bill
Healing with tho sale or the Islands
will piobnbly bo submitted to tho
nigMing ni cue enci of next vvei'k. King
. minium siiiii )i'Steitia) at n Cablnc
Ceiiinill thnt he liopeel the matte
would be settled as soon as possible
PORTLAND'S HIKE LOSS.
Portland Oie I'e li 2,1 Plre which
siuitiil nt 11 20 this moi nine; eliutrnv.
ed ever) building except two on the
lileicl. hounded by Fiont Main anil
Madison stieels and the Willamette)
nvei the doe Its fuelng the liver be
twei'ii Main and Mudlsim ttreets, weio
also Inn lied
The nggregate loss will leatli about
$70,1)00, the pilnilpnl part of which Is
on the tlouilng mill owned b) Albers
- ntnueiiii i.
UiiHHlnns Seeking Cnpcnn Port.
Peking, Feb 21 rho news fiom Jn-
pnnesc Mitutis that Htissla Is ti)lng to
obtain a poit in Koiea Iiiib been le-
telvtd With u gltnt ileal of inteiest
but skeiitlcull), becniise if tine It
might test the clllcao of the Auulo
. lapunese alliance as u ban lei to Bus.
shin expansion The effects of the al-
llanLC lu giving conlldence and stn-
! milt) to huslntss ventures In Noi thorn
e.iiiiiii. aie aireail) noticeable. 'I ho
inuit continues to manifest u fileudly
disposition townid foulKiiers nnd ror
elgn e uterpi Iscs.
Tlifnny U Denel
New Yoik Fell IS e.,iarles I, Tlf
lull) bcnloi meiiibei ol the Jevvelr)
Him ol Tllfany &. Co. dleel tuday nt
his hiimi lu this c It) of pneumonia
He was !iil )iais ohl Ho had been III
onl) a rew da) s. but had been 1 ept
t unfilled to his bed lor some time as
the' ic stilt of a rail on October litii
win n he was seilousi) Injuii'd,
PIooiIb In Cape Colony,
Cape) Town Feb 17 Unpie cedent
ed Hoods lime occurred In tho south
webtein poitlon of Capo Colony, le
suiting in gnat destruitlon of houses,
bridges nnd railroad property. Twenty
tivo persons have been drowned.
GEHR ITEM PliODUCES
AN IMPORTANT RULING
Hawaii Comes Within Meaning of
Act Relative to Arid Lands
Part of the United
Washington Pell 20 The fnmn.
troller of the 1 rensur) hns rendered u.
nee isinu in the matter of the account
of Artlllll ll Rehr of Honolulu r,it-
eighteen retonN lelatlve to scicen-
gauging .inl water supply of the Isl
.mil of Hawaii amounting to $1 80
The Comptrollei niled that tho amount
propel I) pa) aide by the Filled
States While the amount nt IM
elalm Is lnsliculllennt the iirttulnlo in.
volved Is Important In that It author
Ires the ecological Survey to extend
Its SUI'VCVfl IllVChtlcitlons. ete In tlw
Territory of Hawaii. Tho text of tha
eiecision is at ioiiows.
Treasury Department, Office of Comp
troller or me Treasury, Washing
ton. Feb IT. 1902.
Jno D McChcsney, Hsq , Chief Dis
bursing Clerk, U. S Geological
Sir I have received )our letter of
the 7th lint - follows-
"In accordance with thn Aft nimmv.
eel Jul) 31, 1831 (28 Stat., chap. 174),
permitting disbursing officers to apply
for n decision tllion nnv nitnotlnn In.
voiving payment, etc.. I respectfully
requesc n decision on the follow nc nc
"This Is a voucher pa) able to Ar
thtir D C.chr Honolulu, H, I , for 18
iccords relative to stream gauging and
water suppl) of the Island of Hawaii,
11. I., at ten cents each, $1.80, to ba
pain out or the current appropriation
tor the flsral year ending Juno 30, 1902,
'for IZIHXrlrii? flip stre.nma nn.l ,lrtfn,--
inlllllii! the water snnnlv nt I1w llnlia.l
States,' being one of the Items under
me head of Geological Survey In tho
current SUndrr civil nnnronrlnllnn
"The question arises as to whether
me arid legions of tho Island of Ha
nall are a nirt of the Pnlteil Kfntoe in
the meaning of the act The account Is
similar otherwise to tho majority of
expenvc incurred within the arid re
glons of the West "
It U assumed that tho services In
question were tendered after onlers
given hv Dinner nutborliv. nn.l ti,-,t
the account Is otherwise correct, nnd
that )tmr onlv doubt In the matter Is
as to the avallahillt) of the appropri
ation made in the act of March 3 1901
(31 Mut 1101) foi tho Oenoral Ex
pense of the Oologlcal Surve), for
cipeuses o: iiive)s, Investigations
etc.. In the Tcnltor) of (lavvall.
Section .r of the Act of Apiil 30. 1900
(31 Stnt 111) to provide a govern'
ment for the Territory of Hawaii, pre
"Tint the Constitution, and. eitreni
as herein otheiwlse provided, nil tha
laws oi me united States which aio
not locnllv inannlliahle. slmll Imve n...
same foicp and effect within the said
lerrltoiv as elsewhere In the Fnited
I find nothing In the nppropi latlons
mane for the Geological Snivey which
limits then annl cab tv to nnv iur
tlcular part of the Fnited States, and
must theicfoie hold that the npproprl
atloni are available for the objects
specified therein In the Hiiunlnn inl
ands, If It Is di'eined necess.tr) and
proper in tne aiimiiiistratioii of the
wont or tne suive) so to use them.
I lettirn the account foivvmded by
St. Petersburg, Feb 20 Russian
politicians as well as Russian steam
ship and ocmmeiclnl men aie gieatly
disappointed bemuse Japan has antl
elpated the Czir's subjects 111 deciding
to estnbllih Gov eminent ocean servlc
between San Francisco and Yokohama,
tnenie b) rail through the most pic
tuiesque put of Japan to Tsuigu on
tho west coist, and thence b) ste.tmei
It Is pointed out that this Japanese
mute besides lediiclng the Jouinc)
from Ami ik.i to Asia hi two davs
will attract thousands of British ami
Ameilcan tourists to the "Italy of .tho
Last, and conduce to the growth ol
lelatlons between Anglo-Saxons and
Japanese liilmlc.il to nusslan Intel cats
In the Far East The Russians were
piep.irlng to seize the oppoittinlt) that
has now fallen Into the hands of Ja
MEANING OF HAY'S NOTE
London, Feb 21 In an edltoilal on
Anglo-Japanese relations the Tlnw.i
na)8 that the piotest which Secretary
Hny bus sent to tho Russian and Chi
nese governments is pioor. ir proof
were needed, that the considerations
which have given lise to the Anglo
Japanese agieement are not nn nut.
como of captious Jealous) of Russia on
tne part of imgi.ind and Japan
Washington has Invariable- m.iln
tallied the most friendl) telatlons with
Bussla, continues the Times, )ct Sec
letaiy Hay formulates In tho cr)
plainest and most ti enchant terms tho
vciy objections to the Russian piojecta
In Mnnchiirl.i which hnvo been enter
tained and urged here Secretnrv
Hn)'s dispatch shows how well funnel
ed was tho expectation of Lord Cian
iionio, cue unuer Hccretaiy of Foreign
Affnlis, that the Anglo-Japaneso agiee
ment would command tho full nppioval
of tho Washington Oovernment
this declaration of tho polio and
views of the Itnlleil Qinenu nn. A..
iilcnt ought to help clear awn) much of
urn nonsense winch lias been talked
about tho Anglo-Japaneso agreement
It Is s inrc, Mite nnd quick rcmttljr.
Tl,ii ONLY ONE
0 Porry Davis'.
ft Tito slxe, t5c SbilftOc
London, Feb 20. At n general meet
ing rf the Marconi Wireless Telegraph
Compmy today Mr Marconi, referring
to tho trnns-Atlnntlc experiments, an
nounced that tho noxt series of tests
would Include tho transmission of
words nnd messages. Ho added that
ihcio wus nothing to prevent tho
company from undertaking commer
cial communication with ships at sea.
Tho system at present was in pcrma
ncrt use- tn board seventy ships nnd
there wcic twcnty-flvo land stations.
His tinusiufoslon of twenty two words
In a ininttto did not compare badly
with tho tir!t of tho cables. Tho de
fects with reference to Brcrccy had
Marconi complained that obstf to
ll ms were thrown In his ny on this
slds '.r tho Atlantic. In rnr.rked con
tiast with the generous encouragement
which ho hhd received from tho Oov
ernmente and press ot tho United
States and Canada. In regard to th?
commercial sldo or tho s)stcm, Mar
coni said that on tho recent arrival r'
nn American liner upward of 8000
words were received within sixteen
hours. Tho transmission of this num
ber of words dally across the Atlantic
would represent nn nnnual Incomo of
73,000 for each pair of stations Tho
company. In the first Instance, was
proceeding to Install two pairs of sta
tions Mr Marconi will sail for Can
ada next Saturday,
Berlin. Feb. 20 The Navy Do
pat tment has decided to establish a
chain of wireless telegraph stations
nlong the entire German coast.
Washington, Feb 2L -After eight
bonis of tumultuous debate toda) tho
Senate shrirtly hu fore 7 o'clock this
evening, passed the Philippine tariff
bill bj a vote of 4G to 20, a strictly
part) ot" Tillman an I McLattrln,
the two Senators from South Carollai,
who in rialuiday last wero declare,',
by the btnnlc to bo In contempt be
cause ot their light In tho chambei,
were i.tt permitted by voice or by
vote to lartlclpatc In tho proceedings.
As nstd, the measure provides
that ni titles Imported Into the Philip
pine archipelago from the United
Stntos shall bo required to pay tho
duties levied against them by the
Philippine Commission aud paid upon
like nrtlcleB Imported Into tho archl
pelago from foreign countries, that at
tlcles Imported Into the United States
from tho Philippines shall pay a duty
of 73 per cent or the rntos fixed by tho
Dlugley law, less nny export taxes
paid upon tho articles sent from tho
Philippine archipelago ns required by
the Philippine Commission. All ar
ticles now Imported free Into the Unit
ed States shall bo hereafter exempt
from Import duty Imposed In tho
The bill exempts tho commerce
passing between tho United Stntcs
and the Philippines from the opera
tlon of the navigation laws of the
United States until July 1, 1901, nnd
authorizes the Philippine Commission
to Issue licenses to craft now engaged
In lighterage or exclusive harbor bus
Iness, provided such craft aro built In
tne United States or t'nlllppincs. or
owned by tho citizens of tho United
States or by Inhabitants of tho Philip
pines. Tho duties and tnxes collected
in pursuance of this net shall bo paid
Into the Treasury of tho Philippine
Islands and used for their benefit.
LONG WH1 RETIRE
Washington, Feb. 20. Now that tho
StlllcV matter lllin hnnn anlllml ,.tvt.
dally It is understood that Secretary
Loner feels he Is nt lilmrtv In ..nr,-.. .....
tho project cherished by him to ictiro
eo privuic me However, thlB Is not
expected to tnsue nt once, for there
Is no certain knnulerli,n nt uimt ,.,
follow in Congress notwithstanding n
mums ueuei uy ino Administration
that tho caso Is Bettlcd beyond rovlvnl.
Therefore It Is iimlm-sinn,! ihne n,,.
change in the Cablnot clrelo will not
tune piato bcrore tho adjournment or
the present session of Congress, nnd
lerhaps not until noxt autumn.
MAY ABOLISH SUGAR DUTY
London, Feb 20. Special dispatches
receive! hero lrom Brussels declare
(lermuny to bo willing to abolish the
bounties on sugar, and state that tha
International sugar conference will
adopt the British proposal concerning
tne impoit duties on sugar.
HITCHCOCK MAY RESIGN
Washington Ftb 22 -A persistent
rumor was In circulation today that
Secretar) Long's retirement fiom tho
Cabinet would bo rollowed by thnt of
Setretnry Hitchcock No confirmation
or tho rumor could bo obtained