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EVEN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. U. T.. SATUnDAY, AUG. 16th, 192.
Millions For Irrigation Through Sale of Public Land
ment or this country ha Icon enacted
lln recent veai as the Newlands Irrlga-
LONG FIGHT FOR RECLAIM- tlon bill. While taking not a. dollar ill-
i-vr- ruriT nccrpTC nn rt-ctly rrimi the Public Trcnsury. It
1NG GREAT DESERTS OF. . . ,, f .
NEWLANDS ' tire which It Is estimated will nggre-
Kate In the next thirty years fully $15o.
I non.onn. Most bills take the form of an
(appropriation for n single year, but
I this measure appropriates the proceeds
In the East the knowledge of Irrlga- fiom the sale of the public lands In
tlon has been chiefly confined to the thirteen States and three Territories
use of the sprinkling pot and the gar- for all time to be devoted to works at
den hose, but In the West It Is a scl-'irrigation. Further It acts nntomatl
tnie thoroughly understood and dulyjcally and will require no further legls
appreciated. Hundreds of years be- Nation. The enactment of the bill
fore Christopher Columbus landed on means that the vast area which was
the shores of San Salvador It was prac-lnnce known as the (treat American
tired by prehistoric man In Arizona j Desert Is to be transfoimed Into fer
and New Mexico, and the ruins of the i tile soil to provide homes for addition
works are still visible In thoe Terrl-nl millions of American citizens, and
tories. Since the dawn of history ag-lwlll yield pioducts of untold wealth.
il ultuie has been carried on by means j jn Rlort th,, i,ni prvldes that the re
i.f Irrigation, and 'the earliest clvlllza-1 ce,,ta from thc gak. of ,,UUU. all(U
liens of record were based upon thlsB,all be set npart In the Treasury In a
laUiiod of cultivation, as Is exempli-1 fmij to ue Known ns the arid land rei
fied In Egypt, and thc valleys of thejUmatUm fund. This Income com.
Tigris and Euphrates. At last the prises the proceeds from the sales of
United States Government Is about to mining and mineral lands, timber
undertake a great work ol this charae- lands, stone lands, as well ns arid
ter. When It Is realized that nearly land", and aggregates now nbont 3.-
one half of the total area of the United nun. i a year. This money Is to be
Man s, exclusive of Alaska. Is either j placed In the Treasury every year and
arid or semlarld. some Idea may be expended by the Secretary of the lute
had of the tnsk about to be begun tin- rlor In the construction of Irrigation
ler the provisions or the irrigation bill Workn necessary to make the waters
which passed Congress and became i , available for settlers, authority being
law with the approval of the President, given the Secretary to make contracts
Of this vast area it Is estimated that only when money necessary for each
about f.O.OO.oOO acres ot ariil lanil ' particular section ot a contemplated
may be reclaimed within the next thlr-' project Is In the fund. The' law mi
t) years; or. In other words, a terrlto- jthorlzes the Secretary of the Interior
ry as vast In extent as that of the two to withdraw from entry the lands ca
great fertile States of Illinois anJ 'pable of being reclaimed, and provides
Iowa. Thus it will be seen that the en- 'that each project shall be self-compen-actra'cnt
of this law Is entitled to be satory, compelling the settlers to pay
considered as Involving one of Uncle , back Into the fund In ten equal annual
same most important real
Of Far-Reaching Importance
be made to any landowner unless he be
an actual bona fide resident on such .,, ,, ,--,, .
land or occupant thereof residing In HOW THE MONEY IS OB-
the neighborhood of such land. In the
work of constructing reservoirs and ca-
TAINED DETAILS OF
FRANCIS G. NEWLANDS, FATHER OF THE IRRIGATION LAW.
nnls eight hours Is to constitute a
day's labor and provision Is made that
no Mongolian workman shall be em
ployed. , I
Of the vast arid region In the United ,h9 Mr N-ewlanfls FaVe a banquet at
States the American pioneer has with (h(l Nw wmariJi at wnch the leading
untiring effort during the past foity nien,.)(,ri, 0f Congress were Invited and
years reclaimed about ".oOO.OOO acres. 11(, lr,lplton , was discussed, and
but the limit of this development by nt wh)ch S(,c.r(.lary Wilson delivered a
private enterprise Is now practically ,,,.,. pet.ch which ,va9 widely clr
reached. How to continue the work of CIlIMei, ,n wnch i,e combated the Idea
Irrigation lias been the problem which (hnt ,,e deVelopment of the arid re
has agitated the minds of Western gl(m meant distress to nnd competition
men for many years. There were bofli w(ll ,he Mll(,Ic Wt,gt an(I ,he Eagl,
land and water In the region, the for- Th(, 1inn,ur,lgi1.ewlnnds bill was In
iwer lying a barren waste, and the wa- AmvA n(1 w(l,,n lt (ame ,,(,fore tho
ler at eel tain seasons of the year genM(, wag .,, by Rlmo.t n unant.
streaming In torrents nnd doing dam- m0UI, volt,. in the House, however, thc
age. How to provide means for bring- bl ,,,,,,, w.,i ,he strong opposition
Ing them together to stimulate produc- of gm,h ,,,,,,,,.,, ns n,.prcsentntlve Can
tlon that many blades might grow nm) eI,resentatlve Dalzell, ltcprcscn
where none now grow, hns been the mh(i ,,a an(, mlmuer of others,
problem presented. It has not been n A cam,m wag ,,HelU.,i, however, by
scientific problem, for the method was ,., ... , i,.,i,in i.t i,v Henrv
,known, nnd not one dirtlcult of cxecu- gpn,atVt, Monllel ()f Wyoming; Hepre
tlon. but the question was rather po- gHltatve It,,c(U,r ()f Kangag a,i others
lltlcal and financial. Iloth (lovern- ()n hc eptlblcan B,(lei ani, ,,y jtepre-
nieniai auwiu.i., ...m """'"-'"-.g,.n,ntV0 Newlands nnd Heprescnta
am must U" nau. none reuinuu uei
ter than the Western Irrlgatlonlsts
themselves the difficulty of Inducing
Congiess to make an appioprlatlon for
Irrigation purposes. The reasons were
How It Was Done.
, At the last session of Congress thc
Irrlgatlonlsts perfected a strong organ
ization without respect to party lines
and mishid the mensure vigorously. A
the entire work Is accomplished Thoiand to reseive the reclaimed lands for committee of seventeen, of which Sen
pioceeds of the role of public landi for 'actual bona fide settlers, lt stipulates ator Warren was chairman and Mr.
the past two ytars are Immediately that no right to the use of water for Newlands secretary, was appointed.
estate Installments their proportionate part available nnd aggregate about fi. lnnd In private ownership shall be sold one from each of the arid States to rec
!of each construction. In this way a nun.fion. for a tract exceeding IfiO acres to any oinmend a bill, and after they had
Ironstantlv reVOlvillC fluid Is rrpnfeil I SJn linH Mnntnnlw onu Iflnilnwnor .ml "ttinl nn rlcht shall nirreeil lhfV instructed Senator HanB-
Probably no measure so far-reaching which will gradually Increase from 13, In framing the law every effort was nermanentlv attneb until all naymentB ' brough to Introduce It In the Senato there Is already a fund of J6.000.00U
In importance as regards the develop- OOO.OOO to $10.nn0.iK)0 annually until 'made to guaid against land monopoly therefor are made, and no sale shall and Mr. Newlands In the House. After available.
lives Shafroth and Uell of Colorado, on
the Democratic side, that swept the
House leaders off their feet. Repre
sentative Newlands had previously se
cured the approval of his measure by
the Democratic Congressional Cam
paign Committee nnd lined up the mi
nority with but a few exceptions In
support of his bill, and It only remain
en lor the Western Republicans to de
liver n sulclent number of votes to In
sure a majority. This wag easily done,
nnd when the vote was taken the bill
was carried two to one.
Thc work of construction nnd recla
mation may be begun nt any time, as
This wonderful tnedlclno has never
been equalled as a stomach strength
ener nnd health builder. It Is the only
one to take when your system is weak
nnd run down nnd you suffer from
dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation,
flatulency, sour stomach or headache.
Try It. It will surely do you good. Be
sure to get the genuine with our Pri
vate Die Stamp over the neck ot the
ooooo o ooo-oooooo-oo o o oooooo
The Opium Cache on Maui.
It was lucky fur us that our schooner
did not nppear on time. I had bnrely
got to work at my easel, about eight
o'clock, when 1 saw a big kanaka In or
dinary dress approach Anan. They
stood within earshot of me and. as the
policeman talked and gesticulated la
native Inshlon, he frequently glanced
nt me. At last I saw he was getting
I the better of Anan In the argument, for
00OOOOOOOOOOOOO000OOOO0OO0 ht" "'Kn pointing from mi- to tbo
i clump or guavn bushes, so l acose
After dinner I showed It to Mrs., 1 knew I was; but I raid only: "How 'from my easel and called:
True, who said: "Well, It's very pret- ido ou know?" I "Say, Ah Ping, what does that chunk
ty; wny aiun t ne stop and pick It up7' "I Know bemuse I have seen lathe.- 'or brown meat want, anyway?"
.Mrs. I rue evidently knew less or i shoot thnt gun at n similar mark nnd
gems and their loosing than do most he was a shot from boyhood In En
women. Shortly after Malle came Into gland," she exclaimed, with sndrklinj
Ttlk How the Maui Police Were Fool
ed, and How We Re-Shipped the
Opium Before the Halcyon Returned.
practice prompt laughter! I only (nations the Captain seemed puzzled,
said, however, with seriousness, not land kept saying to hlmseU. as he look
nevoid ot emotion: led trom Anan to me: "Well. I declare
"As the world lives, from pulpit to' I wonder what's up now; something,
stnge, your act Is without blame. Con-J I'll bet! yes, damnme, I'll bet!"
sldcred mini the optimist's side, yri Captain Storke was sixty, with Iron
will find oirsclf surrounded by proi'gray head, and a gray chin; one cyo
edent; from the realist's your action 'was weak and red, the other wan
would be whelmed with evidence of bright and blue. If a now sailor first
fitness. 1 have yet to find the perEon, saw his red eye, on coming aboard, he
who would not tell a white, or even a would think he had fallen Into an easy
blnck. He for less than the stake you job; If he caught the blue eye first, he
sn SOPSIS -t)jiik Daiiinsrr c int.. en 'the room, She gave a little scream
trim irj un m cunr im llnj rtiun. ,nn .1.- ..., I, n,i il' "fl ll,l,.r
li,i .hem Wulivii lanJInr orlnm. The Halc..n wncn Slie SnW II mill crleU. I), KOdep
Wl.ulfv rnJtatcur. fry a J
i.u r nnr nuniK.uu. .Mdui. intv if.!,,, in iiji
oen.njfamrinaiawtumiH n.r th '' huiM ing It In the palm or her I Hid. with a
ixctirlrJ by Mrt. Tru a half-while. anJ Iwr rrrttv ,..,. . - . . , ., , ..
daiij-liirt .Mallr Hrir lhy atth the HaUim UnJ uunuy lureilllKvr, wnicillllg me urn-
iinhuuanJr"unJ"i"riu"iin itie iaa on. but 'llancy It caught trom the lamn. Dili
airuiublf hi local the entrance In the meantime """"-' " , "f . . . . " ' . .
vucnp Dallincer become acoualntej at th tra When I told her how I had tound It
iir oplnm. The halcon ---- -- - ...vu. , .,-.
nip. a r'tioiohich ck, where In the world did you get It?
,iJ,"Thr!"ii;.''ih1lai" !In't It a beauty!"-and she stood turn-
whose It was she handed It to mt,
hi uc L'lxin hl reurn thev examine the lace ot tl
lacactielf. anJ tv aiJ ot a rot-e dUcocer an unJcr
Fi(und cove, which can be reachrj onl tlom the tea,
Thev then cearch inlanj lor an olj entrance, lormerly
u-ej be Mr. True hutbanjr tmucrelinjflurroce
wlnchthry accUentallc tinjnear their eamr They
Ucln the March with an electric torch. anjMHin teach
the tea. They atterwarj dlccocer two auj a halt
ton- I opium In fe urrer tunnel, which thev remiice
tolLelrcamp The next Jay Whjtry anJ MacLean
arar Jltcocer their lc anJ Alactean make a
score by oflerlnf to cut Anan Ihroar Dallincer
Interter with a thotirun anJ tinallc rer.jajec .Mac
lean tolerce He then comet t an unjerctanjlnif nf nnr lllllu Mnllu cc-l,i r,,,cu u-lt ,lu.l..,.., n.l ...... rn.i 1 ... ., ....
w.th lalllnc;,r anJ I, , Ma.L.an. Anan noi " ,. " ", ", ,"" '"" """ '"'" ''"-T "Kvu lu uo- w,1Hn
u.icec iir Honolulu to tet a kiiif 1 ligiit, as she tries to grasp its llnslilns you lelt me alone for hours!" she ton-
, In her tiny hands. Hut enough of Icluded, with th.-plaining which lingers
this; I write of the past: how she in the widowed breast.
He think you been steal opium!"
said Anan, In half-white dialect.
"Tell him I'm a missionary, Ah
eyes; "lie never missed! and I count- Ping." said I. with a grin.
ed ten black-spots In the white center j "No'" said Anan, emphatically; "he
painted on thnt tree trunk." ravy 'mlklnele' if 1 speak mlklnele'
It was. In fact, excellent shooting; 1 m' alI',fc " oulck!"
had surprised myself: but the rifle I "Then ask blm to lake a drink and
was an exceptionally fine one, like i"11 "I"1 '" nntl-mlsslonary, If that
the fine leus. the fine razor, the finawl" alla' ,lls suspicion," I said, as I
watch, occasionally discovered In th remembered the almost universal
might ' prejudice among the natives of tne la-
short Hlmn cntleil Iff,, VV
saying: "It Is very pretty, but I don' llnVe ,.(.nlraentnl. ns lovers will !' Islands against these trading sec
like it now; you see. J thought It wa when opiKirtunlty offern, had Mrs. tarles. Auan Jabbered In native for
yours, when I spoke." iTme not called lu n cheery voice: 'ten minutes, but did no good, and ho
She wears the gem to this day on "Now, what In the world nre you two 'finally turned to me nnd tald In good
tK." jTwhatry "an" Ma'cUan " '" " nd I can see u 'filing at!-.Malle. dear, did you tell English:
now, u h i write, wnere sne sits near Koderlck luncheon was ready? I'll .mi use. oui icuow; ne says ne must
my study window, arranging the linen warrant you both forgot me. Just as ''" nls duty: nnd," he ndded, "he's un-
lucKiiy one oi inosc oniciai ioois tnni
don't understand Kngllsh, so you can't
talk to hlrn: he might give way In a
"Then tell him to wait until I go for
Mrs. True nnd Malle," I explained to
defended." Then, as "I saw a shade "f
disappointment cross her race, I add
ed: "I know many will say, no; Jnit,
believe me, Malic, whoever isays he
would not use evasion to .nave his sua
tennnce trom wreck simply lies! It
Is lifter the nature of the flesh, and
has become a practical factor In tbn
social evolution of man; this fact,
vagrant philosophical theory, or ays-
braced up and touched bis hat: there
was no tooling with the blue eye; a
new hand often learned this when too
"I'm glad to meet you, captain!" 1
cried, as Anan Introduced us.
"Yes, damnme, I'll bet you are!" ho
said, as hc grasped my hand, and flash
ed his blue eye upon me; "'nd I'll bet
I'm glad to see you fellers, after two
tem or religious self-deception, eaii UQyH with this blamed Chinese crew!
cloak, successfully. The practical Then, turning, he said: "Say, Anan.
mind has long learned that 'right' and wi,en do we get out of here? I don t
wrong' are relative teims, temper M, ' i,air ,. thlB place; this coast's dan
by the moral growth of the race, to Gerous In lough weather!"
human wenkness, nnd exempt trom the i "Didn't my father1 tell you when?"
exclalnled Auan in surprise.
I "No; he didn't 'nd 1 don't bbU no
' Twac uch (air truth
That ll.e JekcrleJ not wele her wit
The first thought of the morning was
Whaley's diamond, recalled by bis
sttnilng Indifference nt his loss. I
tllppcd a fresh cartridge Into my elec
tric torch and went to tho eiitraucu In
tht ledge to test my theory, whether
he had lost the Jewel while climbing
it of the Incline. I searched for nn
huur but without success: us 1 stoop
ed to avoid the lava shelf. In passing
the rlin of the entrance, I realized It
most be here he had torn It loose. I
stepped back nnd threw my torch
along the edge of the rim, and in a mo
ment saw the dlumoud Hash from J
Uny crevice, where It hung by tha
other halt of the black chain, pendant
nnd vibrating. I had doubtless touch
ed it with my clothes. In passing. I
came to wear the Jewel belongs to the
Thc next morning I determined to
Mnlle flew to her mother, while I
threw the shell out of the Manser. V
were soon rented lu the dining room
trj the Mauser lor accuracy; also, to,f the house, with the past n far re-
see If my old cunning, acquired nt the
butts In California, had deserted me In
the heat of the tropics. 1 set up nn
old coconuut slump, as a target, on the
lan shelf, lit n distance ijf five bun
dled metres, and was roon at work.
The sharp, Inrlrlve report ami the vi
cious song of tile bullet on Its de
structive mission, were sole evidence
cl my avocation. I Ion ever, they were
enough; tor soon I saw Muile tripping
(tov.nid where I watched the target
uilh Allan's binoculars.
"Have ou hit It?" she cried,
! "Ten times!" I replied, handing her
1 the glasses.
"How many times have yon shot?"
absolution or learned bigotry!"
She looked at me and smiled, sayli. g
no more; prouaoiy sne nau ueeim ,,.. your M man ga,i i was lo
en uy my eninusiasm ami uig wonis; , ,,. ,,, ,rom you am, .)ang,...
more probably. It was awakening love. .,, MJ.( AnBU, . ,,,, .)aillll(.Pr-8 Ul0
and her fear at our threatened loss, - ,,., .. . ...,, ,,,. it ,., ...
that made sunshine In her conscience. , ,1e ,.,,,,,. n cag0 .u,ru a any ,llrr!
1 sought not to lead her mind, for al ,,,.,,, damnme, I'll bet you had!" Iw
scruple vanished before we reached n,ided. as he ;:ave him a kindly slap m
the house. As we fared, she told me ,)le Bh011iuer
,how she had diverted the police: , , u.rrl,t,.u hastily: "O. ni.
vi nen me miicyon mane u iuu.hub (-....lain! Ah 1 understand, we're Id
turned the Jewel over In uiy hand. Kven
after I had extinguished the torch, It i"110 "sued,
flashed blue rays In the semi-darkness. "Ten times." I snld.
At that time I was not posted lu gems, Slle adjusted the glasses daintily
but I guessed It must be worth a small readjusted them then took a peep,
fortune-It was a Jewel few. save a nothing mote, nnd snltl with onvlc
rugar planter, a millionaire, or a smug- I "i : "Why, Itodeikk, you'ie a flue
tier, could wear. shot!"
Varicose veins and' the sores
which usually follow as a nat
ural consequence can be robbed
of their pain and discomfort by
the continued and liberal use of
Kickapoo Indian Oil. It will
reduce the swollen veins, drive
the blood along through the
other veins and arteries and
strengthen and invigorate the
tissues affected, restoring them
to a normal condition.
Reduces Varicose Vein
" For ao years I was troubled with Varicose
Veins in my right leg. For the last 3
years the leg was very much swollen below
the knee, and finally it broke open. I could
get nothing to heal it until I tried Kickapoo
Indian Oil. It helped me at once and now I
have used 4 bottles and it has healed my leg
up and the soreness has entirely left it. I
consider Kickapoo Indian Oil a wonderful
remedy after my experience with it."
Lorenzo Huntly, Niles, Wis.
25 cts. a Bottle at all Druggists
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY .". DISTRIBUTORS
mcmbraiue. That afternoon 1 began
a sketch of the grass house, at Mrs.
True's leipiesi, and we spent another
hour speculating whether or not Mac
1 .11c 11 had set the Lahalna police to
watch us. We aigued It pro nnd con.
as miiilsti r and layman argue of the
hereafter; but we reached no conclu
sion that could lie bated upon. In the
meantime we determined to keep our
enrs ngnpe for evidence; lu this we
differed irom the argumentative
The next evinlng, as Malle and U
studied ocr the lava alter an un
evcntliil day 1 had Just finished my
sketch or the onsls and grass Iioiiho
she snld: "When do you think Anan
will get here. Itodeilck?"
"Any time, now," I replied; "he told
me a boat would touch at Lahalna this
We soon reached tho r.overnment
load where It makes a long curve in
the soiilhwi-fct. The tropical 3imtit
was well done, and a great rid flare
was ilMdlng tin- Island and the faith-
er sen. Suddenly, at the bend id the
toad, the black outlines of a horseman
appiiiied In the tleiy Held, and we re
ignlzid the nuiilnt flnmu of Anan, ni
ne galloped to meet us.
We walked by his side to the anli.
a- I louked back I was certain I saw
'wo hhadiiwB or shadow-phantoms
i-iosm the fading glow, at tho horizon,
mil follow Alum's path. I might have
oein mistaken, so I said nothing, but
I determined to keep an eye open:
iiinclcis wcie tew along that lonely
Anan was dead tiled; all he would
say. before sleeping, was thnt .our
sihoonci- would be anchored by day
bieak. ami we must bo nstlr by four
It was half pat.t three when 1 arous
ed Anan fiom deep slumber, to eat a
iiieakfar-t I had hastily prepared. Dur
ing the half hour before daylight we
talked mer our plan for the removal
ol the opium. Alter n period of silence
A mm said:
"Hoddy, a peculiar thing happened
when I was leaving I.ahatna: a police
limn demanded my poll tax receipt!"
"Weil?" I asked.
"Well!" he leplled; "I happened to
have the receipt in my pocket, and. of
f nurse, he had to pass me, under the
As my shadow-vision of the night b
lore reclined. I said: "Well, Anan, be
fore we move, we had better fee the
conht clear; In the meantime I will
sketch a few hours."
aiiuu. win. is uieir piuiien,. ami ue-. several momiiB ago, me opium rml, you: you'll bo BalnK mnst.r,
ennnot act without a search warrant." taken nway In three whale-boats, al.,,,, ,...,-n u ,.,.,,. !. ,,, ,,.i
Anan did as 1 desired, and the na- tortnight afterwards I have since
tlve policeman at once agreed; but ho I learned to Kanal. I told the police-
Insisted upen lalllng a brother officer men the truth of that story, nnd. Hod-1 ., ...... ..,... ...u' ....... 1
to accompany inc. as he evidently fear- 1 crick tl am almost ashamed to say It). 1 jm,,,,,,, y Lt.t n-B n right! When l,r'ln"" l,f n ceitnln type says "darn"
It proved a master stroke, for the old
"Infected with the fashions." Til? com
plaint Is a common one, but-iicU among
Hug originally meant a goblin, Tho
Welsh word bug means a ghost. Tho
Hebrew word which, In Psalms, c::
Is represented by "terror," was In the
early translations rendered bug. the
verse being "Thou shalt not need to be
afraid of any bugs by night.''
At first sight there would appear to
be little connection between flattery
and thc wagging of a dog's tall. Yet
In nearly all the Northern languagea
the same word signifies both, and flat
tery Is certainly derived from tho
word signifying to wag the tall. In llio
old Norman flagra, signifies to flatter,
and also to wag the tall. In Danish,
logre Is to wag the tall, and logcr-Cor
een Is to fawn on one. In Dutch vie
den Is to flntter, and vlcyds teerten Is
to wng thc tall. In the old Oenni.n,
wedeln Is to wag the tall, and In Kng
llsh wheedle Is to gain one's end by
flattery. The Inglenook.
A new York newspaper Is compiling
an Informal dictionary ot what It caila
dlaconal oaths,. (This means sweating
In which deacons can Indulge, and ha
nothing to do with the word diagonal,
unless In a symbolical sense, as the
word may be supposed to get at a cei
tnln meaning cy a "catacornered" or
devious path). Such oaths are "darn,"
"l'vum," "Gosh all hemlock," and the
It Is odd, when one comes to think
or It. that this kind or swearing seem
to be peculiar to America, The Eng
lishman either swears good, 1011ml
oaths or he confines himself to classi
cal ejaculations such as "Ily Jove!''
"The deuce" is about the only wooden
swear-word which the Urlton has
evolved. The Yankee has a host of
them. What Is the reason of this? Is
the American more reverent than tho
Englishman, or merely more timid, or
Is It that the old Puritan tradition still
grips him? Do we have more deacons
In proportion to the population than
the have In England?
Some ot these mock oaths are fool
ish and sonic are grotesque, and Minn
are uncouth, hut there nre a few ot
them which nre rncy and plctnreniuo
111 their proper place. When n coun
cil 1 nun irjinu 10 eiiciin-. 'nativiMiKO, tney nppiieu my expinna- Bi,ii 1 i,,,.,.,. ti, hnnis'"
1 nut Malle at tho verandn. nnd 1 Jon to the present trip. A native, vouJ ..fa Ilow oon " 1 said- "we will
made a hasty explanation, as love will, I i.now, will believe almost anything ij,Kc. ,,. mvu .(,., 1B. we wam
asking what to do. I did not fear Whn- nom lhoe of native descent. but I ,' 1 vi ,., ,r ,.' . ,i
ley or Mac! .an, but I did fear the un- j there, you have already apologized Tor , w', .,,, , ,,oa.H am,'your caisn
Just nnd arbitral)- Judicial dlscrlmlna- ,ny acllon. so we will thluk 110 more , ...m ,, ni,,...,,! 1... c.nii...n
tlons of that period mnde between about It Where's Anan?"
classes of citizens. I . , ,1,i 1 unvv him ..ei-miim-
You cannot get along without thcL..- ,.,,..,. .av within a hundrel
metres or the lava shelf, and her sails
glenmed like groat patches of silver lu
the shadow or the shore, l-'ioiu her j
proximity, I concluded her skipper
must well understand his bearlngn',
women! can you, Koderlck?" asked my
dear girl, as she smiled at me, conclud
ing with. "Come, I will, cause your
trouble to vanish nt once!"
I follow e.l her meekly, somewhat
crestfallen, to be sure, but quite happy
at prospective success: as'we went 1
wondered whether or not I had better
I will be aboard by sundown."
(To le centlnued)
Quaint Uses of
and have perfect acquaintance,
this difficult coast.
lit tu'oli'ft iiVIwlf wt linil nnlnn
resign as executive , officer, and place ,lm,,1(,on ancl wwo paHt e ,,,.,
iici 111 , wiiiiuaiiw, C311C ecu ccciic;u lie
some of Imp's latest antics as wo
cior-sed tho lava so lightly sho seem
ed to hold our threatened arrest for
crime! When we reached our camp
"Now, Koderlck, go to your case!
and to work; please look as unconcern
ed ns you enn.l don't event want you lo
look nt ine, and ns yon don't under
stand native you can't listen; but." she
said, Villi 11 smile, "I'll tell you about
For twenty minutes she talker vol
ubly with the pollcerarn. In the ver
bose native way, wl.eje ten words do
duty for one of straightforward Anglo
Saxon, at last there was polite leave
taking, with much guttuial compliment
and thrice called larewells. When she
steed beside rne i.galn the policemen
were riding toward l.ahalna, and' 1
could see the first glimmer of our
rcl.c.iei- s sail rising en the rim of
the Pallolo channel,
1 turned to her with admiration In
my eyes and exclaimed. "It Is wonder
ful! How did you manage It, dear?"
"Oh! It was quite easy!" she re
plied; "I had already thought it out;
lor. since ycu told mo of Mr. Ma"
Lean's threat, I have feared they might
come. But. Rcdcrlck," she concluded,
with a frown "I tear I told a lie to put
'hem off lt w&b a half-He. anyway. If
-ft a whole r.- Lo you think I did
She had just saved a fortune from
confiscation; now he turned to rne, In
a moral tremor, lett she had violated
the ghostU' decalogue, long outgrown
In the practice of modern life. It was
'ne oi the numerous cases where ex
tremes of lellfious theory and worldly
approached, I noticed she had beua
built tor the rough weather of our
windwnid coasts; her bow waH sharp
Titter originally meant courtship.
Uiowd wns the old English name lor
a fiddle, or violin.
(iOod-by Is a contraction of "(lod lm
Deuteronomy Is from two (Ireek
winds meaning second law. The III 111
ami her lines showed speed. 1 leariind book of Moses Is i-o called from Its
nfterwards she could sail as cluse to
the wind, ns any boat 111 Ihe su;;ar
trade, or hoi tonnage. As n climbed
over her side. Anan gieeled the ship
per, who, at first, did not know him,
through his disguise; even after ev.il.v
belng mainly a. repetition of laws pie
Kuhhlnn was the old name for a ter
tain dlsctiM' i the horse. It Is all-id-ed
to in The Taming of tin) Sinew."
wheie Pftruilu'-K. horse Is said to lm
dern," In a certain tone and with
n certain expression of race. It has :ili
the force of the more emphatic verb,
with a humorous element added. It
Is as If some Inner self, untouched by
the Irritation of temper, sat npait nil
mocked at the speaker. The Impllci
Hon Is that the situation demands
some sort of language, nnd It Is rat
worth wasting profanity on, thcrefovi
let the thing bo "darned" and tho pro
prieties satisfied. One cannot Imagine
the man whn says "Darn It!" getting
into a very unpleasant temper about
anything. To use the word effectively
he should be that kind of philosopher
who Is never bothered by circuit),
stances because he always. In the
words or one or that ilk, makes 'em
Tho Pasteur Institute for ihe treat
ment of pei'bous bitten by rabid ani
mals In Calcutta Is itipldly gaining In
populailty among the natives, lu Ihu
eight mouths ended May 111 liisi. ,'i.',2
persons were treated, and the inoilal
Ily was only k per cent.
The Bulletin. 75 '-n't per month.
The undersigned, for many years en
gaged in business in Honolulu, would in
form the public'thathe is in no way inter
ested in or connected with, the under
taking business carried on by Mrs-Emily
Cameron Williams, under the name of
E. C. Williams.
C. E. WILLIAMS.