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.aDLLETIN, HOKOlfoiiD, H. T., FRIDAY. MAIICH 11. 1902.
Situations nnd Help Wanted
WANTED Refined, experienced girl
wishes nlace art nurse or maid, best
of references, willing to travel 12
H. Uulletln office. 20'JI tr
COOK Wants position In hotel or res
taurant; first-class and capable, ref
crencei, and many ears' experience
Address L. A , this office SODS lw
WANTED Situation as cool. In a
first-class hotel or Institution Ad
dress I. L , this office 2092 lw
WANTED Position as watchman or
porter, by a thoroughly reliable man.
Address O. 3., this office. 2091 lw
WANTED Set of books to post even
ings; reasonable Address Y,thls
office. "s &t
WANTED Capable oung man de
sires clerical uosltlon rapid 1 on
man and Rood bookkeeper Address
O. Bulletin office 2089-lw
YOUNO man, experienced bookkeeper
or salesman, desires situation, best
references, i -, this office.
WANTED Coachman: thoroughly un
derstonda care of horses; well rec
ommended, wants position In prl-,
a ate family. Address X. '., this
Ads in this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion . 15e
Per line, two Insertions . c
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40e
Per line, one month 60c
Thlm la the eheaoett advertising
ivef offered the people of Honolulu.
graduate I.eipslc Con
servatory, $5 month
tlon adult beginners
sic this office
A Idress Mil-
BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
buslniBS property nnd residences.
Ofllce and Residence School St ;
P O. Box 284. Tel White 3fitl
LET US DO jour bookeeplng nnd
make jour collections. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Bonds glen as si-cur
lty. C. E. MOORE & CO, 10 Mcln
txr" "' ' 20S2 2W
', londs furnished
ho man holding
i tltlon of trust.
. Co 2U51U
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
SALE. 1543 -f
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marino Insurance Co.
i office Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
WANTED 500 plnnos to tune Ad
dress J W ilnll P O box 473
2u92 Im j
WANTED 500 ncn to shae for loci
Jeffs, 43 King St.; Ho white bar-l
hers 2011 tf
TO LET Basement for storeroom En
qui. e 138 Hotel St 2093 lw
FOR RENT Cottago on South St.;
six rooms; modern Improvements;
S17 50. Honolulu Investment Co
d Bldg. 2072 tf,
CT Nowly furnished rooms, sin '
or en suite, first-class table
1, hot and cold water, electric
. etc. 1270 Beretanla St. I
2058 tf I
TO LET Five room cottage off Wal
klM road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch Immediate posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punabou. 20C4 tf
P. DANSON KELLETT Attorney,
Notary Public; marriage licenses.
Room 11, Magoon Bldg.
F. M. BROOKS attorney; rooms 9-10,
Spreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 314.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kan
humanu St.; Tel. i81 Main.
J M. DAVIDSON Attornej--at-Law,
109 Kaahumanu St.
3ARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-law;
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4, Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD &. LANGSTON Contract
ors and Builders; lloS Union St.
N. K. OTSUKA Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; excavat
ing, filling and curbing; stono nnJ
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Room 4, Arlington Hotel, Tel. Main
'HE KASH CO.. LTD. Two stores,
23 27 Hotel St. and cor Fort & Hotel.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Flno carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, QIC Miller Street.
able. Room 10 Mclntyro Hlock,
Send the weekly edition of the Qui-
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
Ads. will be It.
WANTED A first-.
T Taylor, 300 Jildd Illdg.
TO RENT Newly furnished room;
hot and cold bath, prlvato family.
Apply 70 Vineyard, near Nuiiami
street 7s tf
TO LET Elegant double parlors, 1223
lleretnnla, cor Kceaumol.il
TO LET 1'urnlshed rooms, mosquito
proof; suite with kitchen 45 N,
Vlnejard, after 2 P m 2089 lw
TO LET Seven-room Ii&ubo, etc,
Fort St. near Vlnejard, rent $30.
Apply 531 Nuuanu St. 2087 2w
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
McConncl's. Garden lane. 2055 tf
TO LET Roomy bt a tub, with elthor
hot or cold vrato, anu all modern
Improvements. 2all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
TO LET Cottages c
Nuuanu, $15 and
Asylum road. $12 E
12. It. Strauch, 32
310 Fort t.
. St. nr,
$150 l)u s fainllv he
harness K C 11 llullvtln
t?nn cai c t nt r. 1 v nn fn,f nn Innn
Just off mauka side of Vineyard St
near bildzc. with a two storied
lodging house thereon, nultc new and '
built at a cost o! $t00o. Apply to J
M Monsarrat Campbell ulk
2o'.2 lw I
rnn SALe Furniture of a six room'
house teaRonable Address 12 I C,
this office 2093 tf
FOR SALE New upright piano nt
half price Address C, UiIb office
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow; Just
cahed. Apply to Lewis & Co.
FOR SALE Very old tapa quilt, also
wry old calabashes, some unpol
I cd. Address Z., this office. 4s tf
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT, nUo residence J
Stelner Adams lane Is open ns a
first class rooming house airy and
mosquito proof Board If desired
Mrs J Duggan
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St;
nowly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms rcatonable. 1930 tf
LOST A chestnut filly, with largo
white star and stripe, brand 5 6.'
Reward on return to C J. .McCarthy,
cor Pllkol and Young Sis. 2093 tf
-OST WATCH FOB. with gold col I
lege medal attached Return to I)r
F E Clark. Piogress block and re ,
cclo reward 7s lw'
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo stork
Burrtclentty Insured Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent tour of tho
strongest fire Insuranco companies.
FOUND Insurance against the break
age of plate glasB at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
FOUND A bay horse.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin 91
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Wnyorley blk.; Tel.
C21 Blue; pl.gs. called for and del'd.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago oxpresi
and drayace; Tel. White 921.
W, BEAKBANE Car a engraving and
stamping, room 2. 1-..10 bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1,
I. O. O. F. meets first and third 1'rl
day of each month Excelsior Hall
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday In the month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Tort St., near Kukul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
J, E. GOEA8 Beretanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orpheum blk.;
Tel. C81 Blue.
DR. ALBERT E.
1154 Alakca St,
; office hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sti).; gas
administered, painless extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer cifflct, 1313 Wll
der Ave.; Tel 3441 Blue.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J W. McDon
ald. Fort St., opp, Club Stables.
HARNE8S AND SADDLERY.
iMANFO. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
- , ,in.i Klnr? Sts ! Tel. MalB 22S. P. fl.
i CALIFORNIA HARNE8S 8HOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 701.
and cold water,
ard. Mrs. liana,
JAY Mfg. Jeweler and
jr; 530 Fort St.: Love
st In novelties.
PR. J BEER
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'3 MILLINERY PARLOR8
The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.: Tel. 2G4 Main. ,
ANNI3 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor, "Mlgnon,' 1021 Dcreta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Mctropole Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca Bt.
:. K. KAAI Teacher of string tnstru
ments; studio, I-ovo bldg, Fort St.
BYRNE A LIVINGSTONE Hep. Ame
rlcnn Manf's. Room 8 Progress Mlt.,
Tel. Main 131.
DR. 8LOGQETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thnat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alaltea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
I 4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN3 Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; oulce Alakea
St- lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
office hours 9 n. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY. M.D., CM
-520 llcrctania Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
llcrctania Ave.; Tel. Blue 821.
ANTONE PILARES A. CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
times, Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. POUL8EN 1'alntlng and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
REAL ESTAlE. 1
JUDD 4 CO.. LTD. Building lots nnd I
residences for salo; 307 Stangcn-I
wald bldg,; Tel, 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant marriage licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. t tno PANTHEL
STENOGRAPHY and typewrltlngnent
ly and accurately dano at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 4 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pnnama hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg, C1G Miller St.
J. W. A. REDHOU3E Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
MILLIONAIRE AND MAID.
St Joseph. Mich Mnnh J It was
learned today that William W Wnt
kins, a wealthy grain merchant of
Chicago, Journejed to this city on
January 3otli and was quietly mairled
by Rev. W. P Flench (if this city to
MIbs Trctisle Foley, a domestic In thu
WatMns family for many years.
It wns first planned by tho couplu
after securing their license to ho
married by Rev I-co Slauss of a St.
Joseph church, hut falling to get dis
pensation papers from their parish
priest of Chicago, they could not bo
married by a St. Joseph priest, as
provided for by the Catholic religion.
Watklns' wire died last rail, nnd It
Is leported that sho requested her
hi sbnnd upon her deathbed to always
provldn a home for Miss Foley. Thu
in Joseph wedding wns carefully plan
nee' lo be kept H.crct from Watklns"
fiiends in Chicago until tho second cer
emony was pcrfoimed in a Catholic
church In Chicago next July It wns
through a friend cf Watklns thai his
murrlagp to Miss Folcj became known
nt tills date.
HopcH to Kent Marconi's Work.
Loudon, Mar 3. Speuklng In th
Iloube of Lords today of the altitude
toward wireless telegraph), tho Mar
quis of Londonderry, the Postmaster
General, said that, while he personally
regarded the wireless system ns tho
Hi cutest Invention of thu age, he could
not grant Murtonl licenses to establish
signal stations In the United King
dom for fear of Interrupting the exten
sive experimental work now being cai
rled on bj the Admiralty, from which
the (lo eminent hoped to attain most
Wlutle Attriictctl by MuhIc.
Long Reach, March 2 While the
Long Reach band was giving Its usual
Sunday afternoon concert n whale
about seventy ft it In length swam lei
surely In to about 200 ftet of the pa
vilion, evidently attracted hy the mu
sic After disporting Itself for a while.
It slowly swam off to sin. It was an
unusual sight and was enjoyed by sev-
trnl bundled people who were attend
ing the i (illicit.
It Requires Nervo to stand tho strain
of nervous- neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion of the body These
pains are quickly stopped by the use
of PHRRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
Tho relief Is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer a moment longer but use tho
Paln-KIIIer ns directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-Kllltr, Per
ry Davis'. Price 25c, and 60c.
Habeas Corpus Writ
WITH $500 BAIL, AND
Forty Days' Time
Walter O Smith was taken to the,
police station under the mittimus pub
lished In this paper yesterday, where
he was held until released shortly of
tern ard under a writ of habeas corpus
containing In the body of It, an order
that the prisoner be admitted to ball
In the sum of Ji00.
The writ was made rctuinablo on
April 21, or nearly fort days from
t.MA,tinf.,i. .rin- ih. pniilrmnt tiro '
ccedlngs before the Circuit Court, conn-this
sel for the respondent saw Chief Jus-
tlce Frear. Mr. Lewis of Smith A
..:...! -.. .-i.iV,.n m.hrnrd l.v J
Bulletin reporter saying to the Chi t
Justice, "Well, I will file It." This was
ifUYfia nas Hv.miii"j ,.... . -
said as Chief Justice ircar anu -"r.N
Lewis partcil at tne neau oi tnu biuiib
the reporter having come out of juuge
Humphreys room, where ne nau uccu
to see Colonel Jonc, at the moment.
Messrs. Lewis nnd Andrews did fl'o
the following application for tho
In re Petition of Walter O Smith,
a Wilt of Habeas Corpus.
To tho llonoinble Walter F Frear,
Chief Justlc ! of the Supremo Court
Tho netltlon of Walter O Smith, an
American citizen r siding In Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
1 That Jour netltloiur Is Imprison-
ed nnd restrained of his liberty In Ho-1
nolulu, Oahu, by one A. M. Brown.
High Sheriff of the Tenltory or na
2 That the cause or pretence of such
Imptlsonmcnt or restriction atcoidlng
to the knowledge and belief of jour
petitioner Ib thnt the said A. M. Brown
claims to hno nnd to be acting under
nn order of arrest and mittimus Issued
by Oeorgo 1) dear, Judgo of tho First
Clitult Court of tho said Territory.
3, That the said older or mittimus
is based upon tho warrant or order by
said Judge that jour petitioner Is In
contempt of court In publishing, print
ing and tliculntlng a statement of nnd
iiiMernlnir the said llldKO of the Clr-
c tilt. Court und the inrtoou or picture
wl" "'''N-'1"-0 ,0.n. a""p "ow ')c'""n5
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,,,, .,'tiit' reiritory or Hawaii at tno court
IN THE SMMtEME COURT OF Till. h0U8e t inollllI on Monda).f ,h(
TEIIRITORY OF HAWAII, lib- slat ()ny of Apri 190!f at 10 Vclock
FORE HON. W. F. H2AU. , IC lo(ly of WaIler a Smlth
CHlEt JU81ICL, AT OIIAM- , . unlimtlv Imnrlscned nnd re.
ito wit, the case of the Territory o,t8 ,)mt ma(lo
tl.. .11 nimlnat W'tlllnm MfiPnilnl' ' ....
HUnUII UUIUO. It until) vwmi .. ,
mud which said statement nnd publico
tlon nnd picture oi cartoon Is well cal
culated to prejudice and will piejudlco
the minds of the Jury sworn to try
tho Issues, and hinder, obstruct and
pi event the court and Jury In the dls
c barge of their duties and the admin
Istratlon of public Justice, which
order Is baged upon an order to show
cause why petitioner should not he ad
Judged guilty of contempt, and peti
tioners lettirn thereto, nnd the pro-
t'fdings had herein anil heroic said
Oil Clllt COlirt.
I. That jour petitioner claims that ,, ,,,,,, cro a,ion.(I without de
the eahl Judgo of tho sold Circuit ,,,,.. These amc-ndmentB nre that the
Court had and has no right or Jut sdlc- seeietnry of the Interior shall with,
tlon to Issuo said order or mittimus. ,lrnw from ,,,,,, cnt lp ,nng M
nnd that the same is illegal and void ,,,, rol lrKntlfln woiks. that fall
Kir tho reasons: I,.,,, lo mal(o two imvinentK fnr Inmls
I Thnt tho act complained of In the
motion Is not In Ian n contempt of
court for which the court Iibb powet
m punish this respondent.
II-That tho court can not legally
punish ns lor contempt n publication
of the nature of that In said older
complained of, mndo In a newspaper,
and not done In the Immediate pres
elite of the court.
Ill Thnt the publication of a car
toon or picture, such as that complain
ed of, done without knowledge hy the
person so publishing the name, thnt
the case pending beforo the court
would or might be prejudiced thereby ,
or without knowledge thnt any such
inso wus pending. Is not contempt nf
court, and cannot be punished as
IV t'nder the statutes or tho Ttrrl
tnry of Hawaii no publication out of
court In relation to tho court or to
liny of Us memberB nmnuntH to con
tempt, and the same cannot bo puti-
Uhed as such.
V That the leturn and answer filed
herein, and the pi oc ceilings had there
under hilly show that tho defendant
limy puigeu iiimscii 01 any a lege.
contempt, and that no such contempt
was committed I
VI That tho said Older or mittimus
is In violation of tho constitutional
rights guai anteelng and piovldlng for
the fictdom of tho puss.
VII That If snld ait complained of
wns a contempt of court whatsoever,
thu name was meiely n constructive
cnutciipl, ami not punishable by the
VIIl That the record ot proceedings
shows that said proceedings weie illc
gal und Irregular.
IX -All of which said claims appear
mote fully In the order to Bhow cause
the affidavits attached thereto, the pi'
tltlouei's motion to discharge the rule
mid riiawcr and return mndu by this
ictltlimet and in the proceedings had
linrmn until llrr-ult lnrin iinmt wlilnli
-.....,......,.. v.... -....,,.. ........ ........
the said older and mlttlrmi. Is bated.
nnd the proceed ngs bat! In connection
ll.eio.vlHi to which nald older to show
cause, mo ion. return and proceedings
... , ""''"
your petltlonei aaks leave to refer for
greater certnlnty nnd make a part
hereof, and a copy of which order to
show tauso and affidavit In suppoit
theutif, und of petitioner's motion to
illschuige tho rulo nnd answer nnd 10
t in u Is hcictu uttachid mid made a
5 That your petitioner hns been un
able to obtain a copy of said order,
wiuiant or mittimus under which lie
belli ves he is held and aBks leavo
when he c nil obtain the name to attach
them lieu'to mid mako tlicin a part
Whi'ti'foie vour pttltlouor pinys thnt
a wilt of habeas corpu,. forthwith Is
sue out of this court directed to the
said A. M lhown. requlVsK him to
produce the body of tho said Walter
(1. Smith bt fore this court at such day
and hour as In said order may bo set
forth, nnd that upon duo Investigation
by this honorable court of tho matters
and things hereinbefore set forth and
properly appurtinnnt t( the subject
matter or this petition, said Walter G.
Smith may be discharged and freed
from Bald restriction and Imprison
men, rind thnt nontllniz thn hparlne of
petition jour petitioner may bo
admitted to ball,
WALTER O SMITH
The Chief Justice granted the petl-
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rolmtt8 to the iecor.1 ThU
g th(l ori,cr.
THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
TEItlllTOUY OF HAWAII.
jn ri. Vetltlon of Walter O. Smith, for I
n wilt of Habeas Corpus.
The Territory of Hawaii to A. M
We command you that you havo and
IJMWtllltlJ Ul'HIlt! UUI OUi;L'lUU sUIMI, Ul
strained of his liberty, as It Is sail
nnd then and there to do what shnll he
ordered concerning him In his behalf,
and hae o there this writ with jour
I doings thereon, nnd that lurtber pend
i.,R the hearing of tills cause, admit
the said W O. Smith to ball In tin
enm of $Sl)0,
Witness the Honorable W F. Frear
Chief Justice of our Sunreme Court
Luted nt Honolulu Hils 13th day of
Mr.ich 1902. W F FREAR.
Chief Justice of tho Supreme
Court. Territory of Hawaii.
Irrigation Law Is
Passed Jjy Senators
Washington, March 2. Western
Dcprcsintatlrcs are greatly pleased
out the jlctory of the New lands
IlanKbrough bill The fact that only
oni ou was molded against the
bill In the Senate was surprising ciea
i i the friends of tho bill, who did not
cM'ct to sec tho bill go thioug'i with
out at nasi mini opposition. TUo few
Krn'li j Ing. When Senator Hoar spoke,
lepri'sentlng Xtw England, nnd was
lolioucu hy Senator Galllngcr, aUi
n.enMng foi the extreme East, nnd
hnlli gave their hearty support to tile
liil ding up of the gieat West, ther
was the greatest enthusiasm among
Western people. The Indorsement of
1 1 naliirs Tlllmaii mil Bacon on behalf
of the South v.is p'eo appreciated.
'I'll.- bill that paced the Senate Satm
d is prnctlcallj the same fis Im
been tiiciueutly ci "led bcfoie, with
tl.e exception of n few ninendmcnta
(until. Ittnil ItV flin rrimmlllni, uual,,..0
.....,,,. ,,.., Iir.ialons of thn nit ahull
rcider the entry subject to micella
tlon with the forfeiture of nil lights
nnd money paid thereon, but that th
c'littjmuu shall, In addition to comply
UB ,,,, ,,, i,ome8tcnd lnWBi ,t,ciara
nt least one half nf the total urea of
Ills eutij fur ngilculttiral purposes be
fine tect'lvlng a patent,
I In the bill fnvorably it-ported by
tho House Committee an amendment
was adopted providing that 50 per cent
of the money derived from the salo of
public lands should be devoted to
projects within the State or Turrltorj
In which Hiith lund wnB sold, with the
proviso, however, that the Scciotary
nf the Interior In IiIh dlsuctton may
.use the entire fund foi the tlyic being
In constructing irrigating works, even
I hough such works ore not In State
or Tenltorles supplying funds from
land sales The Intention of tho
amendment Is to provide for the ultl
'imntc expenditure of 50 per cent of thu
'money In the State from which the
money is dctlved. Itepiesentntive
Newlands voted against this amend
" v ' IV'lllltlllK
im-nt lu committee but said he was
Il0t woirled by Its ndoptlon. even if It
,,,,, ,, 11C(1, pointed Into tho act. It
I may he ihaiigt'd at any tlmo by act
of Congress. He said It would not he
pcimlttcd to Interfeio with the prog
less of tho cutlio bill.
Representative New lands, speaking
of the chnncps of the bill In the House,
paid ".Now that tho hill has gone
through the Senate, nnd with such
gratifying unnnlmltj', we shall go
nhend with renewed entouragement
In the House. I Intend to mako a
canvass of tho Houso as soon as pos
Bllile ami Dellevc the hill will go
through with a Hound majority. 1
made a cauvass of tho Senate and was
rii'iu that the bill would go through
with few dissenting votes. I will mane
this hill my Bole golicitutlon until It Is
fiiM,.p,i ,,r, 0f course wu will have
. . ...... ., .. .
n UI(ll.r n8iu m lno noiiso innn uiu
, nnBll01I!h tH0 Spnnt0 ,,t wo will
rH, , ,.,.. i m confident Tho progress
llmt , ng heva mmIe ,n ,he cl.llclUlon
, ,;, I)(.opB on u,e Inlgntlon of
the West has been remarkable, and
wt! , (o lllH hl,nMs of t uy
, ,.,, of this hill lf In com
mltl.'o we find tho hill as passed by
tlit Seiiato ncteptalile we shall rec
ommend that Hit. Si'iinte bill bo substl
tilled foi tho House bill That, I hope,
will ho tho course pursued However
even with thu amendment regarding
TO per cent of lovenues going to tho
States tiirulshlng thorn, tho bill will bo
ni cepmblo lo us "
j Hvery possessor of a "Kodak" or
"Ilrownlo" cnmeia Is offered thn op
portunity of competing for $1000 In
prizes given by the Hnstman Kodak
The great advantages of a cosmo
politan population nnd beautiful scen
ery makes the chance of Honolulu con
testants favorable and as tho prizes ar
numerous, Island amateurs will no
doubt diaw a large feliare. Honolulu
Photo Supply Co ate headquarters.
ACTION OF THE TROOPS
DELAYED THE RELEASE
Women Were Given the Best
Inhospitable Region Afforded
Long Trip Through
Constantinople, March 2. The fol
towing account of the captivity of
Miss Stone has been obtained from
reliable sources, some of the Informa
tlon having been secured from accom
plices of the brigands. After tho cap
turo of the missionaries, near Bansko,
In September last, the brigands cs
tabllshed themselves on the Mountain
of (lueltepe, In tho Etloderc district,
Bulgaria, where the whole population
were In sympathy with the enterprise,
this fact enabling tho band to live
comfortably and safely and to keep In
touch with tho outsldo world.
while awaiting mo rcsuii oi ineir ci-
forts to secure the ransom, the
gands drew their supplies from tho
adjacent village of Lcdjuma. Feeling
perfectly secure, the memiicra ot mo
bnnd used to show themselves openly
In Kamenlca and neighboring villages
until they were warned by their local
adherents to bo more careful. Tho
prisoners, however, were Jealously se
When C. M. Dickinson, United
States Consul Oenernl at Constanti
nople, arrived early In October last
and disclosed to the authorities the
whereabouts of Miss Stone's captors,
the result was nearly disastrous to
the prisoners. The Bulgarian Govern
ment 111 advisedly pushed troops to tno
vicinity of Oucltcpe, forcing the bri
gands to break oft negotiations, nnd
the band changed Its quarters to Kilo,
The cold weather made travel tn tho
mountains a dreadful oraeal for Miss
Stono and Mme. Tallica, Incumbered
as they were with the latter's Infant.
Every change of camp occurred at
ulght. Tho mountain roads were fre
quently almost Impassable, being often
deep In biiow.
The brigands treated their captives
as kindly as tho circumstances per
mitted, but the food supply was neces
sarily precarious, though the ladles
were given the best the Inhospltablo
region afforded, The strain nnd sus
pense equaled the physical hardships,
Tho captives at no time knew their
whereabouts, the brigands nlways tell
Ing them that they were not in Bulga
rln, and they were In constant fenr of
attack by tho troops, whom the menu
ship of the natives wns not always
able to prevent from coming closo
upon the trail of tho band. An equal
cause of anxiety was the baby, which
it was frequently feared would dlo
Not until November 2d did thu
American emissaries come In touch
with the band, which was then estab
lished in a cave near Dubnttz; but
fear of tho troops forced the brigands
to another flight. This was made In
a blinding snowstorm, which covered
the tracks of the outlaws, but caused
bitter suffering to the cnptlves. After
this the brigands succeeded In com
pletely eluding tne authorities, and
toward the end of November, by a long
route, they succeeded In returning to
their old haunts In tho Eiledero dis
trlct They then caused (o bo clrcu
lated a report that the captives wero
dead, and from that time managed to
keep Miss Stone and Mme. Tsllka safe
ly under cover until tho actual release
of the captives tool; place.
il ITALY SAVED
New York, March 2. A cable to
the Sun from London says The
world at large has been kept In fg
norance that a civil war possibly a
successful i evolution In Italy, has
been escaped by tho narrowest margin
;n the patt few days. The only news
sent abroad has been of the mobiliza
tion of neatly 200,000 troops and the
Government assumption of the control
of all railroad employes. A far greater
truth was suppressed, partly hy tho
censorship and paitly hy official Intl.
matlons to foreign correspondents, that
the transmission of alarmist reports
would he followed by severe discipli
Italy Is In the presence of a socialist
plot ot enoimous proportions. The so
cialist leaders have with a year or
ganized all tho popular forces of the
country The Government, strangely
enough, lias not attempted any Inter
ference being apparently Ignorant of
the real objects of tho movement. A
"chamber of labor" was created In cv
ery town and a great number of
"leagues of leslstanco." Each class
of woikmen has Its leaguo and each
league obeys tho local chamber. Near
ly all the workmen In Italy and a
largo propoitlon of tho agilculturlsts
were gradually enrolled, until tho
leagues numbered 10,000 and the
membership more than 1,000,000,
The whole of this organization Is
under tho conhol of tho central com
mittee In Rome, which is actually the
parliamentary socialist body. This
group gained such strength that It was
within Its power to send a million men
Into open revolt and paralyze in twenty-four
hours tho Industrial, commer
cial and agilcultural life of the coun
A correspondent who, in defiance of
I lie warning of the authorities, sent
a telegram fiom tho Swiss fiontler last
night, says the central committee was
to have given the word for action on
Irlday, when a general strike on all
Italian tallwuys was to bo begun. Tho
revolutionary plana wero upset by the
stupid haste of Slgnoi- Moiganl. So
cialist Deputy for Turin, who six
days before the appointed date older
cd a general strll.o tn that city.
This opened tho eyes of the Gov
ernment and the piompt mobilization
of the entile poisonnel of tho railway
system ot tho country, 150,000 men,
nnd calling to tho colors the reserv
Ists, class of 1879, numbering 90,000
men Two foimldable blows wero
dealt nt tho i evolutionists under which
they are Btlll staggering. The Govern
ment by decreo dissolved all "cham
hers of labor" and "all leaguo of to
distance," and today tho plotters aio
reduced to what tho Government hopes
may prove to ho permanent inaction,
Lines of Travel.
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FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
raly THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
tRnan Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
Uc and Library Cars, with Barber
kop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-caxte).
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
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Ho. 1 Montgomery St,, San Francisco.
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1471 Omaha, Nebraska,
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KINO STREET LINE.
Can lltv WAlklkl tor town it f 4S 6 15, 6 s A M
taA ovtry 15 mlnutti thereafter till to 4$. it!ts and
11.) P.M. Iron Walklkl go to t! PunaVxi Sublet
Core leavo R Range or Pawaa twltdi for town at
1-ctA M. and every is mlnuttf thereafter till it oep.M
Cart leavo Fort ani King itreett corner for Pallma
tt6io am. and tvery is mlnutet after till 11 is
Cart leave for Palana only at e and s jo A M.
Cart leave Palana for Waiklkls i)AM and every
it ralnutet till g 4f p ft, then at to is and to 45
rbait'tf A. f root Palama f or Punahou only toei
10 WalUat on Sanirdayi.
Cart leave Fort and King ttreeta comer foi Rifle
Rente at s o and juah,
Cart tear Fort and Kins itreett corner for Walklkl
it 6 os A ft. and every ts mlnutet till to-osP. M then at
10 is and 11 s ' M. The iiijs P.M. (ot to Walklkl
us Saturdayt only,
BERETANIA STREET AND t'UUANU VALLEY.
Cart leavt Punahou Stable for Town at s 30 and
for Town and Valley at s 40 s so ( to V,so 6 40 and
too A M.
Cart leave Oahu Collet for town and Valley at
6 )o 6 so and t 10 A.M and ever) 10 mlnutet till to 10
P.M. aicept the even hour and half, hour cart which
run from tho Stable
Catl leavt Nuuanu Valley at i 10 t jo csoA,M and
every 10 mlnutet thereafter till 10 so P .
Cart leeve Fort and Queen ttreett ftf Punahou
Collet at 6 os 6 es 6 es A M and tvtry 10 mlnutet
after till 9 4S CM, After that th car run to the
Stable up to 1 1 50P.M. which It thalattcar from Town,
rtachlnt Ih Stable at n jo p.m.
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From and after January 1, 1S9S).
YM HUH t).F
vTATIONS OAIIV DAIIY
(Outward) ex. Sun. DAILY ei. Sun. DAILY DAILY
A.M. AM. AM. P.M. I'M
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Pearl City.... to 1 48 tt 40 S 4T s V
Ewa Mill B )i tool la 00 4.0s to
Walana... 10 so 4-4S ....
Walalua 11 ss 5 40 ....
Kahuku it a cVis ....
(Inward) ei. Sun. daily daily daily
AM. AM. PM P.M
fahuku sis ....
Walalua. I to .... so
Walana y to ... 3 55
Ewa Mill t 50 t 4S os 4 1
Pearl City 61s 1 01 1-30 4 3
Honolulu 630 I ss 30s 56
F C. SMITH, Gen'l Pass. & Ticket Age
Q. P. DHNIBON. Superintendent
Telephone to All Farts of the Island,
EALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. HENRIQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or the Mountains.
An eiccllent.chance la offered (or
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S. Mauna uuei
tt Kallua and take passengers overland
.o Ilookena, "where the steamer la met
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Kahikinni Meat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Deretanla Street, Corner Alakea.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT TUB
MEAT 8TALLS 19 AND 20.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOXtl.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARlORS
Fine Ice Creams and Water
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Retort In the City,
Try our "Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
has removed to tho
Arlington Block, Hotel Street,
In tho storo formerly occupied by
II. W. Foster.