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HONOLULU. i'l. T., SUNDAY,
MARCH 30. 1902.
Situations nnd Help Wanted
WANTED Situation by young man,
aged 25 years; handy with tools. M.
M. II., this office. 2107-lw
ENGLISHMAN, aged 27, desires situa
tion as clerk, bookkeeper or any po
tltlon of trust; best ot Island refer
ences. M. W. P.. this office.
WANTED lly a young lady, situation
as stenographer and typewriter; rci
crenics. Address K., Iluljetln offlco
ENGINEER and plumber wants situa
tion; references. Apply A. B. C,
this office. 2101-tl
ENGLISH lady, aged 30, desires situa
tion as housekeeper; good necdlo
woman. Address M. M., this office.
WANTED Hy young man, position
as clerk or salesman; references
git en. Address C. I). 12., this offlco,
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15o
Per line, two Insertions.... 25o
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60o
This Is the cheapest advertising
jver offered the people of Honolulu.
PIANO taught, graduate Lelpslc Con-j
servalory, j monm, bik.-i.iui unc
tion adult beginners. Address Mil
Mc. this offlco. 2093-lm
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
watchmen furnished for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Itestdencc, School St.;
P. O. Box 284, Tel. Whlto 3C91.
NOTICE TO BUILDER8 The Union
Express Co. has WHITE SAND FOIt
WANTED Information or Isaac L. 0.
Sager. dead or alive, as I have now
of special Importance and to his ad
vantage. Answer, without fall. For
positive proof of death will pay re
ward. Capt. Bert A. Stout, 533 Kear
ney St, room 8. San Francisco, Cal.
WANTED Jobbing and repairing;
satisfactory work at reasonablo
rates. Charles Wagner, carpenter,
P. O. box 023. 2105-lw
WANT your whiskers amputated? Go
to Jeffs. He shaves for 16c; 5 white
barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tt
WANTED 500 pianos to tunc. Ad
dress J. W. lall. P. U. box 473.
WANTED Everybody to know that
the Canton Marine Insurance Co.
offlco Is at Honolulu Investment Co.
TO LET $18; neat cottage, 5 rooms
and bath'; off Llllba, near School
St. Apply F. J. Russell, Magoon
TO LET Suite of rooms; also single I
rooms, uerctama Ave., cor. Keeau
raokti. 2089-1 m,
TO LET New house on Beretanla
and Artesian Sts,; dining and two
bedrooms, kitchen and bath. Apply!
1130 Fort St. 2101-lm
TO LET Newly furnished rooms, sin
gle or en suite, first-class table
board, hot and cold water, electric
lights, etc. 1270 Beretanla St.
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Law;
Room 11 Magoon bldg.;
I 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Bpreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 16 Kaa
humanu St ; Tel. 181 Main.
J. M. DAVIDSON Attorneyat-Law,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneynt
law; Kaahumanu at.
E,4J,sVreclKef.RbTdg0'fee """" r00m,
4. aprec'.eis mag. I
a. A. fcuwn-inii union ou, opp.
rcmu wu, BumuituH
MeDONALD & LANGSTON Contract-
ors and Builders; lls8 Union SL
N. K. OT8UK A Contractor and build
er, carpenters and masons; excavat-l
log, filling and curbing; stone and
brick; ballasting and cement walks;
Room 4. Arllng'on Hotel; Tel. Main
THE KA8H CO., LTD. Two stores
'21-27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO,
ELKS BUILDING, 016 Miller Street.
PACIFIC VEHICLE 6. SUPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretanla near Fort St.
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
, able. Room 10 Mclntyre Block.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.8. Cor. Ber
etanla and Miller; hours 9 to '4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOL8 Dentist;
. 1154 Alakes, St,; office hours, 9 to 4,
Ads. will be Inserted FREE.
Address O, this office.
TO LET Cottage off School St., nr,
Nuuanu, U5 and $10. 1'. 11 It,
Strauch, 32 Campbell block, 31C
Fort St. 2108-nn
NICELY furnished rooms, centrally lo
cated, mosquito proof; gumlenvin
only, reasonable, 1321 Kort St.
TO LET A cool and pleasant room
In nice locality, convenient to elec
tric cars. 1505 Kewdlo street.
TO LET Newly furnished front room,
private family. CC So. Vineyard, be
tween Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
TO LET Residence cf J. Cassldy,
walklkl; airmailed; good bathing.
Apply Watcrhouse & l'odmore, Beth
el and King Sts. 2iri5-tr
TO LET Cottage on Punchbowl St,
all modern Improvements; floors
matted. Apply A. O. Cunha, 2d houjo
above Mormon Church. 2105-Sw
TO LET Furnished room at 144 Bor-
etanla St. near Fort; table board If
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs,
McConnel'8. Oarden lane. 2055-tf
TO LET Five room cottago off Wnl
klki road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch. Immcdlato posses
sion. Apply Hawn. Tramways of
fice, Punahou. 20G4-tf
I TO LET Roomy bath tub, with cither
hot or cold water anu alt modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
FOR SALE The furniture of tho Fort
Street House Is offered at prlvato
Sale. House can bo rented subject
to npproal of landlady. Apply to J.
It. Hall, cor. Fort and Vineyard Sts.
FOR SALE New upright piano; no
reasonable offer refused. Address
X.. this office. 2095-3W
FOR 8ALE Very old tapa quilt, also
veiy old calabashes, somo unpol
ed. Address C. K., this offlco. 4s-tf
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Under new man
agement; strictly first class; light,
olry, mosquito proof looms. Mrs. J
THE L08 ANGELES 1623 Fort St;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonablo. 1930-tf
LOST A St. Bernard dog. answers to
the nnmo of "Don." Return to A. It.
Howat, D.V.S., Club Stables, nnd re
celvo reward, 9s-tf
FOUND A remedy for dandruff.
can get rid ot this troublesome dis
ease with Pacheco's Dandruff Killer.
At Union Barber Shop.
FOUND Watch In Palama. Owner
can have same by calling at Bulletin
offlco and piovlng property. 2105-lw
FOUND Insurance against tho break
age of plate gla'us at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
DR. DERBY Dentist: Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Qas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; office, 1313 Wil
der Ave.; Tel. 3441 Blue.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St.. opp. Wnverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
C. A. 8CHMIEDTE Baggage express
and drayago; Tel. White 921.
W. BEAKBANE-Card engraving and
stamping; room 2. ite bldg.
POLYNESIA ENCAM"MENT NO. 1,
. o, o. ft meets nrst and third Frl-
day of each month, Kxcelslor Hall.
, DAMIEN COUNCIL. NO. 563 Younir
Mens institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In the month.
8. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
watty; 712 Fort St., Orphoum blk,;
Tel. C81 Blue.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St., near Kukul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
J. E. GOEA8 Beretanla near Emma
St.: Tel. 2312 Blue.
at the PANTHEON SALOON.
HARNE8S AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Math 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNE8S SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights: hot and cold water;
first-cass table board. Mrs. Hana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort St.; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
WANTED To buy your surpliu
horses and rigs, ltvo stock for rale.
W. S. Withers. 2101-tf
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. ZG4 .Main.
MOANA QUINTET CLUD Music for
alt occasions. Leave orders Berg
strom Music Co., J. S, Kills. Mgr.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon,' 1024 Bereta
ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUD
Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Ixjvo bldg.. Fort St.
BYRNE 4 LIVINGSTONE Rep. Ame
rican Manf's. Room 8 Progress blk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Bar, Noso and
Thoat; offlco at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HOGGINS Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Atakea
8t lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
offlco hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Bcretanla Ave.; ToJ. Bluo 3551,
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Bcretanla Ave.; Til. Bluo 821.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths, All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Miller and Punchbowl
PAINTER AND PAPERHANQER.
V. H. P0UL8EN fainting and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots an!
residences ror sale; 307 Stangcn
wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent foryroal estate,
also to grant marriage licenses
58 Merchant St.: Tel. Main 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
ngm. Try it. rtl tno t'ANTHEC
STENOGRAPHY and tynewrltlneneat.
ly and accurately done at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, panamn hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg, C1C Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
iuuu 410X01 st.
J. W. A. REDHOU8E Watch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
8UGAR ESTATE8, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE8,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnd surgeon; I-nhalna, Maul.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113.
8TOP at Pioneer Hotel, Excellent ac
commodations. G. Freeland, Mgr.
G, H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey
ances. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office Government bldg
If you cannot find him just look
in at the
HE WILL BE THERE
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
aid. Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite landing, fine
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
G, FREELAND, -
What Is the Highest Form of Human Courage?
T Moral courage Is the highest
T form of bravery.
Moral courage Is the highest typo of
biav'cry. The man who bears up un
dcr humiliation or disgrace. Instead ol
committing suicide, Is, In my opinion,
the bravest sort of man. Undei such
circumstances it requires fnr more
courage to live than It does to die.
One particular Instanco Illustrates
my meaning. In a-little Western town
a lad of eighteen a mere noy com
muted forgery and was sentenced to
a term In the State prison. In a r-hort
time he wns pardotfed and came back
to his home, an cx-convlct. He lived
It down. Today, at forty, no Is a wide
ly known nnd thoroughly respected cit
izen. It took courage the greatest
kind of courage to do It. Prison taint
Is well-nigh a mortal disease, It Is apt
to last as long ns life Itself. The man
who can face his world and redeem
himself after a term in prison is
bravii through and through.
There are many forms of brat cry.
No ono Instnnce ran stand as highest,
because they arc along different lines.
A woman raining her own living In
face of adversity and discouragement
Is brave. Only those who have tried lt,nn muni emlum In ml, n tlmn nrton
know what a courageous thing it Is to,
earn a living. If tho woman labors
for a child, perhaps, or a parent, she
is much tho braver.
M He n m ia i p fa ra ri m r r
New York. .March 10. 8. Uchldi,
Consul General for Japan nt New
York, has received reports from Toklo
iicallng with the foreign trade of lilt
cnuntry for Inst year and tho develop'
liii-nt of Its railways. Tho roportu
rhowed that In both fields there hn-1
neen substantial gains over previous
yciirs. The report on foreign trado
Tho foreign trado of Japan for last
year 1ms shown the largest figures on
I coord, the total amount of exports
and Imports having exceeded S0il.no1).
C(.n yen (1250.000.ono) In value. Fol
lowing are the comparative statistic
fur the last lire years:
1901 ...508.105.000 yen
1900 ...491,090,000 yen
1899 ...433.330.noo yen
1898 ...443.233,000 yen li;,748,O0Oyeit
1897 ...382.433,000 yen 5C.1 03.000 yen
Although it Is a fact that tho eco
nomic condition or the empire during
tho last few years has been much dis
turbed by tightness of tho money mar
ket, advance In Interest and crises In
flnuni'lal circles, the foreign comniorre
of tho country has made rapid prog,
reus, not being hampered by those un
favoinhle circumstances, as can lit
seen rrom the foregoing figures. Thu
tontlniioiis excess of Imports over ox
ports Is duo partly to tho remarkable
piogress of enterprises, and partly to
ho ilso of the standard or living In
mnOI-nl ulttr.n til.. nlllnn Tnnn .......
.......... a....u i,,- (tiiiu-uuuu Miur.
and especially In 1898 to tho exccsslvu
Imports In anticipation of tho enforce,
ment of a higher tariff In the yeai
1899 a it-action of tho previous condl
tlon on the one hand and an cxtraonll
narlly finoiublo (onilltlon of tho raw
silk trade on the other account for u
comparatively small excess or Imports!
over nxtinrtft. nnil in Ihn Inot van, tltA'
t year tho
oxcess was reduced to so
amount that if there (tad not been un
usually large importations or sugar
and petroleum, owing to tho law In
creasing the duties on thoso articles,
, ., , .c . . ?
mado finerntlvn In Ihnt vrar llm Iml.
ance of trade might liavo been favor-
,... r .;. m i,.w' i. ';.""
-ilile to the country.
The following table shows tlm
steady Increase of exports during the
last live cars:
1901 252.349,000 yen
1900 204.429.000 yen
Pa ra !-a n ! to ru n ns i tm hi ns
All Opposition to
Information has 'come from the
French Sudan that tho French have
nt last destroyed the finul estlKO ol
the power or the Sultan Haiiah, whom
they killed In battle In 1900. nabah
wub onio a slavo In the Egyptian Su
dan, but before he dleu he carved out
an empire ror himself as large as
many European States.
Rabnh had never been defeated and
thought no power wbb Btrong enough
to cope with him. When the French
sent tho Brctonnet expedition to Lake
Tchad, to take possession of the coun
try, nabah defeated and killed II ro-
tonnet and a largo part of his force,
A little while before this event Rubah
had captured a peaceful Frenchman
named Behagle. who had been most1
Imprudently sent out by a privatum-
pany to study commercial possibilities
In tho- Sudan and the Sahara. It Is
known at last that after Rabali hilled
Bretonnot ho sent woid to his son o
ft m Mi n n ns n n t n na ns ra
Tile buy ot horses and mules by the
'ho British Iu still going on In tho
South nnd West, notwithstanding tho
thrent of tho Boer General Pearson to
attack tho camp near New Orleans.
Over 500.000 head have, been shipped
from Fort Worth, Texas, within tho
past eighteen months, and there Is no
Immediate prospect ot a let-up In the
demand, which has materially advanc
ed the prices of horses and mules In
'.ho South and West. Louisville Cou
Dunbar & Gonsnlvcs are greeting
their friends at the First National, 74
N. King street.
By Brigadier General FREDERICK FUNSTON, U.S. A.
Courage In battles Is perhaps the
highest type of physical bravery, but
ft is still the bravery of tho body. The
excitement, tho yells nnd turmoil, to
gether with the hope, the determina
tion to win, buoy a man up until he
forgets danger. Few men go Into a
battle simply to be brave. Uncertain
ty Is nlwnys an unpleasant thing, Tho
grim, Irreconcilable uncertainty of n
battle is overpowering. Most men, I
think, regard action as a duty which
has to be done, and set about doing It I
In tho best manner possible s
It Is much harder foy men with
families to go Into bnttlo than for sin
gle men. In Cuba, when there wns no
one but myself to think of, fighting
was much easier than In the Philip
pines, when MrB. Funston was left be
hind. Tho women wero examples of true
courage. Wives of the officers and
soldiers who were battling In the
Philippines often were within sound
of the firing which might be maiming
or killing their dear ones. There was
a little tnwen whero they Itsed to sit
nnd watch operations In the distance.
Think of the agony of anxiety a worn
they visited the hospital and snw licad
nnd pitifully, horribly maimed men
carried In. wntchlng each stretcher.
perhaps, with an unutterable fear that
a iu rb ! ni fts t tx r k mi im rJiMiQMrauMMiqniqraMHa
1899 514,929,000 yen
1898 165,753,000 yen
1897 1C.3,135,000 ven
The leading nrtlclo of export was
raw silk, which amounted In value to
' 24.O0O.0U0 yen last year, and the next
was the habutal silk, valued at 23.000.-
0i.- yen. Then came cotton yarns. 21,
000,000 yen, and copper. 13.000.000
yen. Such n large volumo of export
business, especially of raw silk, ns
was attained last ear has no parallel
In the history of Japan's foreign trade.
The disturbance In North China,
which restricted commerce with that
country, having been settled nnd con
fidence restored, the trade In that dl
rcctlon will nssume Its normal condi
tion, nnd thro Is a very bright oi't-
look for the future. Under these clr-
runiKinnces mere seems
doubt that the balance of. trade will In not until 1889 that prlvato enterprise
turned In Japan's rnvor In the courao , began to lead the Governmental cf.
."i. CXlVnt yea.r: , , . . fort- Tlle tate railways now In opr-
While the export trnde Is continual- atton cot, according to the report the
ly expanding, tho Import trnde has a'sum of 85.573.511 yen, while the prl
s.lght tendency to recede, as shown vate systems represent nri expenditure
by tho following table
233-8 10.000 J-Sn
-i i,.j,.,uuif en
1897 : 219,300.000 eu
Notwithstanding the fact that there
was n speculative Importation of cer
tain classes of goods to the amount of
about 10,000,00(1 yen during Inst year
on account of the enforcement of thu
' .-... .. ... . - .
new mrm. ini imm vn in nr miwirr
was icss man the preceding year.
Though the volume or Import tiado
docs not sliow much Increase. Its gen-e.-al
tendency cannot be said to be
retrogressive, but on the contrniy It
would bo proper to say that Japan, ban
rciurncii to tho normal condition ot
The continuous excess or Im
ports over exports has been caused by
the excessive Importation of articles
.... .v.,,,,uw ,.-. iU iiiiui'iiiiu in-, mrge. i no people of tho country up
tlclcs brought In during last year wero posed the construction of the first line
unuii iu uiu nunc ui iu,uiin.uuu yen;
" " """""'"'" j"-", ircuuieuiu. i".
nniinn ....... .. i,iinn
I..,:. ' .V'""''"''' 1"'v""'"uu "
unu rice, ih.uuii.uuu yen.
In short, the foreign trade of Japan sues for railway construction were op.
for the lust year showed an cxtraonll-1 posed, but the Government Insisted on
narlly largo figure In export trade, iu Its policy and finally won general soii
total value exceeding the previous port. At the end of 1900 on all linos
year by 4,000.000 yen, while Its im- tnere wre 1279 locomotives, 4110 pas
ports were 31,000,000 less than tue senger coaches and 18,291 freight car
im-ivuiiiK ji-ar. uiu principal im-
rut . t s rn n t m & rm u. pi rt fc
French In Soudan Is Destroyed
put his white pilsoncr to death. It
had been Biipposed finm native re
ports that Behaglo had been starved
to death, but It now appears that he
was hanged by order of Itabah.
Late last year a French force was
sent In pursuit of Fad el Allah, one of
the sons of Itabah, who had entered
Bornu with n considerable force and
was beginning to molest some of the
r renin posts. After a hard fight In
which Fad el Allah lost about 500 (hen,
he was killed, and the remnant of his
force was captured. Since that time
Nlebe, tho only regaining son of Ra
bah, has surrendered with 1300 men,
turning over to tho French also 1800
guns, a cannon and a large quantity of
There Is nothing left of
Tho men they, captmed told the
French how Behagle met his death lust
outBlde of Rabah's old home. A party
wbb sent to tho place and a child, wno
had 'been present nt tho execution of
the whlto mnn, illiertnil the French to
r m n r n r m n m ta h na
SCIIOUNER MOWn CA8B.
United States Commissioner, E, S.
Gill continued the hearing In the
schooner F. a. Howe llhel case last
evening. Mr. Dunne examined the
members of the crew, Including second
mate McAllister, Their testimony
practically confirmed the allegations of
tho two complaining witnesses In tho
hospital. The examination will be con
tinued tomorrow morning.
'The tldea at Kahulul and Hllo occur
nbnnt an hour enrller than at Ho-
the identity ot the sufferer might lulng
.no personal desolation.
Tnat Is courage much greater .than
any shown by the men tit the front. It
was calm, brave waiting, with no ex
citement to lend buoyancy to the suul.
For the courngo ot the prize ring I
have no sympathy. It is a kind shared
alike by the bulldog and the wildcat.
A combination of moral and physl
cat courage Is not uncommon. Ser
geant Sheldon of tho Twentieth Kan-
aas In the midst of a hot fight recclv-
ed n ghastly mortal wound. With a lot
of other poor maimed and tortured
men he was carried back. Passing
among them to do what 1 could In the
way of cTiefcr I spoko to him:
"Sergeant, you're pretty badly hurt."
He smiled, knowing lie had only a
little lite left.
"Oh, I don't mind being hurt to get
in a fight like that."
It requires more moral courage to
face flnaf. Inevitable! dea(it after the
turmoil and excitement ot battle are
over. Sergeant Sheldon did it without
One thing should be said for tho
Americans. Never, under any clrcum
stances, have I Been one of our nimy
show cowardice. Tho Spaniards and
Filipinos often cry and beg. Perhaps,
though, It Is not from cowardice, but
because they are an emotional race
ports which decreased In valuo wero
shirtings, cotton prints, moussellnc.
m-iaine. raus, iron, steel, rlco and vcl
The report on railway development
shows that since the Government con
structed its first line of eighteen mlljs
from Yokohama to Toklo In 1872. a
great trunk lino of 1200 miles has been
built and the total mileage In tho coun
try incteased to 4103, which In 1900
handled 113,000.000 passengers and
14.000.000 tons of freight. Of the total
mileage 2901 miles are owned by1 p
vatc corporations and 1059 by tho
Government, which wns the pioneer
in the movement to glvo tho country
modem land transportation. No pri
vate construction wns done until 1883,
when the Government hml mi mil.
tO be liri'of rallwnv linflpi- nnumtlnn ,. i, .
for construction to dnto of 191,230,291
yen. The Government now has under
construction lines that will rmi , .
C83.7S9 yen. nnd tho nrlvmo mm'.
lions have work that will cost 0.283.-
The report thus classifies the capl
tal of the private railroads: Stocks
181,207.472 yen; bonds. 11.017.800 yen;
omer naimiiy, 9,930,78! yen; mlscol
laneous 8,070,901 yen.
According to tho reports mado on
me railways at tne end or the yenr
iiuu, me gross earnings or hoth state
unu pnvnie railways ror that year
were ii.vji.sai yen, the gross expend
iture 20.732,704 yen and the net profit
24.200.U., yen. ,
At the end of 1901 tho stato had
1017 miles of new line under construc
tion nml tlm ntlvnln ..... .!., I..J
81. miles projected, so the Increase of
!thls and the succeeding year will bo
.irom vououama to Toklo as a danger-
,uus in ng, anu it was several years bo.
I. ..,"" ,Jr". "''l,w
?r" "uu"c PP?smon to the Innora
II on wns nntlrolv r..mnv.l nnnj i.
im s.n w u ns r- Ns no ru us m
tho place whero tho body was burled
Tho boy said" Behagle had been hang
ed on the gallows In tfio market place
"at the time when millet ripens." His
execution therefore appears to have
tauen place In September. 1899.
The boy led the French to the grave.
The body of the explorer was found In
a sitting posture; his legs were still
mstenea together by" a chain: the
stick to which ltls hands were tied be
hind his back and the rope with which
he was hanged wero also found In the
grave. The body and these relics wero
removed to the French post at Fort
Lamy, where they were rclnterred,
The French have reared a monument
on the spot where the explorer was
put to death. It stands In front of the
wall which encloses the garden of the
deBpot Rauah. This Inscription has
been engraved In Franch and Arable
on the monument:
'To the memory of tho explorer Be
hagle, who was treacherously put to
death on this spot by order of Rabah."
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