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nvnsiNo nut.T.nTiN, Honolulu.
MONDAY. Al'IUf. 2, mofi.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
1. On Saturday, April lllh, 190G, nt
12 o'clock iiixin, at the rronl entrain o
to the Judiciary DnlMIng, Honolulu,
T. II., there will lio offered for Rale nt
I'iiMIp Aiullon a License for a iierlnil
or twenty nnu (21) years, for tlio priv
ilege of entering upon that certain por
tion of the I'nlille Lands known ua
Wallua. Wslrlrt or liana, Mand of
AlltiiL T. II., In confine, conserve, col
lect. Impound mill divert all the Hun
.Hint; Niiltifnl Bnrrnro Water produccil
therefrom (Riiliject to cxMlug vcotcd
tlgh'.H nt pilvnte parties In such water
nml tit the right or the United States
Upset Annual l-Ve: $200.00, payalila
annually In mhnnre,
L At the same time nml place Ihero
Will lie sold at I'nlille Aiullon tiiuler
the piovlslons of I'nlt VII (Cash free
holds), Land Ait, 1K!I."i:
Lot No. (!. 1'uMc, l'.ilolo, (lahil
Area 2.UI ncrcs.
Upset pilie $i:.0.00.
l-'nr rurther paitlculnrs, apply nl tlio
llcpcrliucnt of I'nlille Lands, Judicial y
.IAS. W. I'UATT,
Oniiilnlsnloncr of I'nlille tainlx.
Honolulu, Mauh Hili. limit.
SMI Mar. II. 17. 21. 31; Apr. 7, 12.
1I2C FORT GT.
HAVE FOR GALE
Imported Bull;, Cows. Horpcs
ALL OF WHICH ARE FINE DRED
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HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to orde'r. Doller work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgttlon
purooset a aoeclalty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOD WORK, and repairs
sxecwW M shortest notice.
HAVE YOUR CLOTHES CLEANED,
PRESGED, REPAIRED AND
DYED BY THE
' City Renovating Co.
1153 :: fort :: street.
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DR-GUNN'S buob mib
Makes Floih nnd strength for Slcli nna
NervousWomen Stops woakneatlnelthM
not tiy mnklnn tronat rich red blood
checks dUoatohv ulvlna jrou strength tC
resist It. Sold by Drudgk , 75 cts a bot
or 3 hoxe fort2.(ormn). si on receipt a
price. Write umihout Horn Treatment
OH, OOSANKO CO.. Philadelphia Po
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
served by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
FISHNET8, TWINE and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A. FERNANUEZ & SON,
No. -14-50 King St., '.-i-cy Slcrk, bet
Nuuanu and Srrl'.h 8ts.; Tel. aln 189.
CUT KINDLINQ WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
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P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 101.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
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v in ! .t iu ri-yiif'
IJK-"For Rent" cards on tale at
ibe Bulletin office.
SHORT STORY FOR
LAURELED WITH LOVE
"I have Invcil you as men love
I.litht, oilor, mitslr, beauty, lovn It
All that Is npflrl from ami above
Thnto i oiniiibti needs that ileal with
lust ami iclfl"
"Don't you sec," ho nsl.ed pleaillni;
ly. "that It wouldn't bo rlnlit7"
The young fellow mvuns nroitml from
the Htmllo ilour and wulhixl bade to
"No, by Jove! I don't!" he exclaimed.
"I don't roc why you nhould wish to
K poking aruund imirty old foreign
Kaltcrleu for half n do.en earH, cojiy
Ing Krltnp pUturen, when you've al
tcady made and nrn making biicIi a
etunnliiK ruciousI Here, you've taken
the Vandyke prize, your picture wa3
tlio best reeelved b" (ho rrlMes of any
nt the fall uxhlhltlon "
"Ah, but that la Just why!" sho In
terrupted In her Koft. hurried Way or
i.penklliK. "It la becaupe 1 have done
no well, I wish to bu able to do better.
And nil ure agreed that Tor an iirtlut
fore Inn trnliilnx Is neiesmiry!"
The youiu; nian'a blonde, t-iiuare-eiit
fate took on an expression at oneu
Kilm mid vvhlnislint. 'There a one
who doean t nree!" ho raid deeli:vely.
"I intirlder It In far more npixurary
)oii rhould etay nt home andmarry
The nlrl, her nlender yotin;: figure
nvrliiicil In n Ions palntlus apron.
pniane on thumb nnu n sneaf in'
httudiei In her hand, blunhed liri.;hlly
uuil IniiHhed leniently,
"I vvlsili I nilglii, you old dear!" she
Then n idlenre fell between them.
'Hip l:irm. well-lit, hamhome ntinllo
had nboiil It none of tlio mere prettl-Mi-IB
out a: T.M lalcj with the apart
i.ient of n woman. There were lusty.
In Ih) mire, and blti of nrlenlal drapery,
and mini! auihpie furniture, nverlluiij',
with hniiilMime t i.rrc. .'mi the whole
air or the plare wat FimKe.itlve of en-1
iTjjy. or ludiiiitiy, of neliluvcment. .Many !
lunvan i were turned to the wall. On
hair n dozen (.veil ntood work In ar-
Inn., Hlaei nf iniiiplitlon. Ami oun'
rrained pl litre-the one that had tali-1
en the prize slowed Kloiiou-ily from!
the wall. It vvns repre.teiitntlvo or
tarly r.iininer. I.ookln;; ut It aim felt.
I III- l-liwli flf ftflllll.ilff til, id iiil ..n,,..l.l I
the fraKrauee or lilacs. I-'ur, ono be
held in wild luxurljiiee:
'The Hweep or the orehard'A llowery
W'ayB that wind Into woody dells,
CoinneldH red with tho iopplea' blood."
It Kieuied Ineredlblo thut the slip of
a nlrl witli the small, ceimltlvo faio am!
violet ejea, under a tousled crop or
Rold-brou ii i-urls. could have painted u
plituro or such lireudth sueh siiKKea
lion. .Max Clarendon nodded townril
the eauva.i when ho spoko nr xt.
"1 nhoiibl net think n person who
could paint tutu would havo much to
"Vuu'ro mistaken. Ilonldo?, I want
fame .Max! 1 want to work hard ami
then have the honor tho fitory. I'll bu
hack In three )iarn. And then If you
Ktlll want me then, Max "
"Oh, three yeurs!" ho said, despair
Iniily. Then !io suddenly IIiiiib nrounil
nnd went away.
(Iwyiuiu I.ennard bIrIiciI nnd ant
down to her earrl. There was Mill licht
cnoiiRli for another bout 'a work. Hut
as she palntod she pauiod frenuently to
liriifh nn Invhlhlu somethini; from be.
fore her vision. She glanced at the
window at the sk) light. Yes. the IIkIU
(-till win iicrfeit. Then what was that
(pieer blur that canio bttvvcen her ami
the Htretiher on the easel? Hho had j
unci u Feverai iime.i lately, aim
RKikn of It to her brotlur when ho
(nine striding In.
"Hay, (Ivvyniie, what hnvo you been
doing to Max? He passed mo just now,
walking ns though lie wero ilemoii-drlv-tu.
Kb? What is It? Your eyes? Oh,
u cai of strain, I dare say. You'd bet
ter let up for a few days. Vou'ro work
ing too hnrd."
Ho inmo over and Mood be'sldo her
(hair as alio went on painting.
"Oood Lord! What urn you doing,
(Iwynno? You'll spoil that gem of a
lake you'vo got there!"
"The rtlleitlons I'm putting in the
iilleelloiu of the silver birch "
"They're In they're perfect! Don't
toiuh It! You did It jesterday. That
Hlver light shaking below the waters
Ir, admit aide."
Again she waved her hand as though
to brush away an intangible veil.
"I thought I painted them In jes
terday." Her volto hounded (piecr und
attained. She leaned nearer tho can
vas, "lint i i (an only seo the dulll
WlllCIV. now!" Rln unrnnrr mi , .. ..!.'
... .. . ...... ..,....,. ,,,, , M,,,i,,
nt lilt sleove with n llttlo friuhteneil
erj. "Hob!" the irled, "do you think I
mere ih nuyiiiiug mo matter with my
my Bight? This this Isn't the llrst
time of Lite I'vo noticed that light
gray mist "
She bruku off wlilte and ohaklng.
Ilir brnlher, who was liumeiirely
pi uuil or his jming slstur'a tulent uud
i in i (':!, gently took the jialctte and
maul btltk from her.
"You mirt not kien nt work when
you have any dllllciilty or this nirl! '
he luslHted. "Come downstairs now.
Ilathe jour ejea and lio down for a1
wlille. They'll be nil right In the morn,
lug. Conn, dear!" .
Hut when In the morning ho saw her, '
looking nut through a window or tho
dearist nnd most polished plate glanti,
lake out her lianilkenliler and repeat
edly rub It over (lie cryBtal-clear sur
fine, be felt a ihlll of apprehension. I
ue went, up io town that morning, and
win n he irtui lie I he lirouisl-t with him
nu oi ullst or lepute
Owynne wa-i In the parlor when they
nrrlved a lir.iiloiu, charming oung
llsure In her tort emerald-green gown.
Oii-p belilnd iliiHdl doors tho physi
cian dropped bl.i mail: of profer.'lounl
inin ms roi-e a great iiyinpalhy. i
"The truth h very hurd to tell you.
t;i'iiiieiiien, ior one so young, so beau
lirul, witli suih talents such possl.
Jinx Clarendon Ititultlveb r og
nlzed that vvhli h lie would say. llu
went White to the lips and stood with
tlKhl-thut teeth and clenihdl hands.
jjiu lion tiling up his arms as though
to ward oir n blow.
"Oh, my Hod!" lie groaned. "Don't
toll me, doclor, that she will be"
"Illtid!" cried sharply an agonized
Tl. t.... ..... . t -.-. .
nu liiK-u iiiL-u Binreu siriCKen
SIOIIC3UH, ueivvecii the portlerej lead
lug Into the next room, ttood (Iwynne,
Her, young faio was frozen with hor
ror. And her eyes the beautiful,
iinomcti violet i-j-cj, were like blacl;
llame In her marble eountennnip
Max was the first to go forward. Ho
took her in his nrms In an emhraie In
ilnltely protci ling Infinitely gentle.
"Ucnrcit, he has not aald so '
"Oh, I know I know! ' she walled.
And then sho broke dov.n lit ipiUli
brcnthlc3s robbing. Itob crossed over
to her. Sho went Into bis pitying arms
nnd hid her face on his breast as he
led her from the room.
She painted no more. When wllh
tho passing weeks and months the cloud
deepened ever deepened and grew, n
quiet that was not siibmlrslon lar.ie
over her. It alarmed tlioac who loved
licr more than her lint wild rebellion.
Only .Max realized In sourie. Hhe was
Orlrtlng away rroni t.iem and she was
glad of the knowledge, llettcr to be
uitt nf this world than never to behold
Its beauty. She vo.ild not try to live
And grief would kill her. The day lh
final li!ai lines dent-ended he found her
on a garden scat amung the rojes.
"I nm blind, .Max!" she iald, nulte
"I shall nr for you, drar!" he tnld
hi't. tenderly. "You will be mine to
inro for rlvays nnd I shall ree for
"Do you thin!:." she tried Indig
nantly. "I d let Jim feller jour fiiiuic
and burden jour llf.i v.itu il.e inn- ut
a blind woman?"
"! don't ice how you iar very well
help joiirsuir, love. 'r I m gol ig fj
m.-'i-iy you! You know .ion pro nlstd
'- iiinrry me rnino Mi.n"
"All. but II was dlfleii-iit -I'.oit"
"I vvnnt jiiii iiioro ih.iu evei nowl"
Hut It wiiii Max who t.i-'i-irc.l the
tnarrlar.e at Ihn Inst. Mr h v.uilth)
v.hlih was foitutinte. Ann u wonder
fill tliou'ilil liad slrueU hlni -a wou-uei-rul
hniPi-anii In lilin. So tin re was
nu lulenhau.ti' or Iilter.i ni-i'e the
ocean. And one duy In the fall a tall,
bedrded mull, who bad arrived nu an
Atlantic liner ami who registered troui
Herllu, took the train down to Cedar
vllle, where he was met by two pro
foundly nuxloiin iiipii and driven out
t" the iioiLin of tlio I eniiards, (lu-jutiu
waa peruiaded to submit to nn exam
ination. Hut tlil.i time s!ie did nut at
tempt to hear the vt r.iltt. It wan .Max
vvlio told It to her. liU teals falling
like mill nu the llttlo baud he held.
"An operation! A few weeks of
reclurlon and dark liens. Then tlwyntirt
then " And when, one- glorious
vlntnr day. the foreign occiilln stand
I tig proudly by, taw tho bandages re
moved, It wai .Mnx whom her Joyful
gaze llrsl sought. Ho was i:ot there.
They wont away when he enino nml
knelt beside her. Ha looked palo und
"You're all right ngaln. Ilinnk Cod.
We'll say no moro about tho wedding
now. (Iwynne. Yon will wish to carry
out all your old plans to go avray
She put her arms around his neck
ami kissed litni on the lips. "I'll never
go away from Jon, Moved never!
I'vo been crowned with kindness
laureled with lovo What moro can a
t m i
Physician Tests The
Effects Of Hanging
Jersey City, N. j. )r, ,'.,t.
ton Hlinuii. who wltnehsed the bang
ing of Kilvvln T. Tapley. Jr., do-e-laies
that tlu murderer gave the ore-
nrranged signals In proof thut he was
eiiiisdoiis nearly half n minute altir
the trap had been spuing. Dr. Simon
"The actual test on the gnlbiWH wa
most fciicd-ssrul, Tupley was absolute
ly In possession or his meuliil reeulttos.
The hands and fingers ol the dangling
body moved with convulsive iimtrne
linns. Then the hands fell rigid at tlio
1 1 ilcs. Klve seconds passed and then
Tapley began tho signals agieed upon
"Tho first signal came as 'tapley,
holding the lo.ft hand extended light
ly downward, lalbcd tho right slowly
and far as tho bunds permitted him
mid made thruo distinct contractions
o! the thumb nnd fore linger. Then,
with clearly determined cflurt, tlio dy
ing man lowered bis right hand, held
It for an Instant rigidly ngulnst . .
thigh, and, slowly raising tlio left
hand, repeated the signal. At tho thlid
c out I net Ion nf the loft hand there
Heeiued barely strength In tlio dyliiH
lingers to entry out the agreed pro
"To any man of scientific knowb-dge
viewing tills test with n full knowledge
uf ull the governing conditions, the
following conclusions mo Inevitable,
namely, that Tapley was allvo and iu
cnusdoiiH toiturc for nearly halt a
minute after tlio full of the diop. That
he whh llleially strangled tu dentil Ir
the name or I ho law,"
May Bo a Stylish Ono, But It Makes
A man usually buys u hat that'H "la
Mylc " but the uiudein hat fur meu lias
lots to uusiver for.
Haldhiads aru growing mom numer
ous eveiy day. Huts make cm client
breeding places for the pniaiillle genua
which sap the IHe fiinn the touts or Hi"
Whru your hair hegliiH to rail nut
and your scalp Is full nr D.illdiult It Is i
sure sign Hint these (ountlesn geim
aio hiiBlly nt work.
There is tint one wny Io overcome lh
limbic and kill the genus Hint way is
to apply Nivv broil llcrplcldo In the
aiulp It will kill the genua and he.il
by hair Isiun l ic-siill.
i'A.Ui by leulliig druggists, t'ciul Hie
III stamps for s.unple In 'I ho llerplclil
Co., Iletioit. Midi. Holllstcr Drug t'o .
PRO ECT1NQ THUS fOFFICEIiS
FROM PERSONAL PROSECUTION
CTAfiTO AT.ORNEY QEfJERAL '
t.'.OOOY LOOKINCUPTHE LAVA !
IIOPK TO SECURE
Wii'lilne.lnn Jl.inh 22. I'ro-vti'i-.t
liiii.M-veli In Id an exliiule.l niiifi-ieii e
today with Allnriiey liei-onil Me ly. j
t-eeirlniy T.ifl nud .InuieN It. (tnrlleld
Comiiilisloiier nf (Vri'OnUlor.s. mi- I
iiirdng Ihn ndviRi decision rend", I
n (' b leami vpUiril.iv bv .tuilep lliiin-
phipy In the lucf pickers inse. Ni
I'etills id the umfciinic weie nlii ,in
nble ill Hie Wbl'e I Inline, lint It ii ii
tiiln that Allot m-y HMienil Munil pin '
piiMci lo look iniefiillv Into the hi, i
bcjilne in nn t!,p ninth! wllh n iliir
of nsK-rMliibiif wbf thcr nn iiii;ii:i1 f i .1
the ilccMnu or .lml"e lliimphrey bv the '
Covernment will He. I
The dei-liliiii r.'llnv'lli: the Individual
nfflrlnla of Hi- p.iekein ( orpin. il Ihiik '
from iiioiticnltor will erilthmi . ii- I
lourse, liiif II w.tn ll.r dpalre nf the
iiiiveinment to id.irnvir.liHiiislbll(l.v ( n
violations of Hie law upon niricli'ls of
Hie eoipomlloiis where they ore round
to be L'lilllv or suih vlnhillnus. In
whatever (fTorts may bo made by the
Attorney (ieuer.il and cither nfllclnls in
i..e Dei;iilineni of Justice to sec me nn
tippp.il from the dcilshm or Judge
lliitniibrrv- Hill Molnt will lie kent In
the, f I out. l could not be decided at
the ((intercut c today whether nn ap
ical from Hie derision -riiuld He. but
that ipiertlon will be gone over very
(.iiefuUy, and II, In the opinion or tli'i
law ollirers of the tioveriimeiit, n foiin-
ill! Ion fur nu appeil can be made, it
, III be taken.
Attorney (letural Moody declined to
iIIsciish the mi rill or Judge Humphrey R
iln-islon. ltiw-.is. he raid, of very gieat
liui-nrtiiuie, nil only mi nireellng ilili
paillciilar ensi. but as bijlng down ii
iirliu lnln which. If hiistiilneil. must liuv a
ii very serlqus effeit upon nil fuliiri'
pin-c -utloiiH liy Hie (lOveriimenl fill
vli.l.itliuiR of Hie :intl-tniM nnd Intei
Mete t'oiiimcrie laws. Ii Is posslhls
the (lOVtrnmeut lias a rlglil of nppe.il
under existing law, but Iu any event a
bill Is now licfoic Congress which pro
vides u remedy tu mu h c-ires. It pio
vblrs that In .ill i rttiilri.il priMccuiintih
the ITnllPil'Klnli x slinll !mw the Manic
light or review by wilt or euiir that
Is given to t.ic dercnibitil. Including ih-j
light to II bill of cvcutloim. It ull.'l
pinvldes tint the act shall lake elfe. t
!i m lied urlet- lis piiHNige, und rh.ili
apply to all iii.ch puullng. This bill,
whli h has been ravoi.ild) lepoiled l
the House Jiidlilaiy Conimlttce. etu
bodleH Hie leiouimruiliitloiis made by
wMloiney General Moody In his last an
nual leuort tn Congress.
Chicago After live years of
Chicago, lice. 20. Alter live years
of labor and experimenting iCImei A.
Iliiillngnme or l.uporte, lad., nn ctcc
trlilnu and luvrulor has anuoiimcl
the (omplellun or apparatus that will
levolutlonlze the pre.ient methods of
teleginphle (ommuiiliiitluii and news
The Invention Is a prlntlm; wlieh-si
lolpgraph Instiumeiit. The operator
who Hetidii tho mem-age wiIU-h it on nu
iiidlnnry typow liter. TIiIb prints In
i lie usual wny. bin In addition Ihudictf
l!ie message through sp.io to Hie n
reiving slntlou, wlu-ie a copy Is print
ed on a almllnr inadilne. exadly like
the first ropy. The icielvinj! station
must be attuned Iu Hie Incoming licit-
VIEW OF RICE FIELDS AND
Kauai Is known as the "Cardcn
tries will be given in the Special Indu
1 $ :"' ," .
1 -ffi&Klv- '
Cach year the Evening. Bulletin c
v&ai: . . riT't"ii ifl
i&td'.M-r - i .rtiMi.rv--.j tfA&fci'-.. fv .l.i .vi -.critkf. .1 .mwr'TvnvivtrDU-. 7uuk.nEiBusi
grarh shows a fev of them Just retur
rlan wnv., thus giving seereev nnd
'making It iinvillile to have several seis
of instruments working nt once with
out interrcrence. Tills non-liiterr r
I once la said to be ru complete that nl'
si tiding liiHiruni'-niB mny be coiinect
,('d to the same sending wlr.- nud ill ie
icivlng Instruments to another win
I Inventor llurlltignme dnltiiB thai me
fiagcs mny lie s-nt by his prlntln; sy,
I triu .about live times ns fast an wiih
the Morse coile. ntiil Hip neei-sf'tv of
waiting for nu Idle line Is done nway
with. It Is now claimed Hint b ion
netting the linotypes In the uewspapi r
oifkea within n radius or i'iUii inlbs It
will Ik- possible to opernto them slm
iillaucoiisly from one sending station.
Tile (list of eiillpplng a lecelvin M.I
tton will be about fliiiiii, while the iim
of ii sending untlon will be nboiil J
I..ipmtc cnpltallsiH. It Is said are
preparing to build a factory t matin
tacture the apparatus.
j CLEANING and DYEING
T( We art nn nuking a rclally nl Hit S
Jt at v.- v .rh
Sanitary Steam Laundry. J
I'niino Kim t -
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTCL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
"The Old Plantation"
llils beautiful new Hawailin song
now on sale In sheet music form.
DCRGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.,
ODD FELLOWS' QLDQ.
Tho Weelily IMItlnn or the Kvcnlng
Ilulletln gives n complete suininary or
tho nnw or tho day. For SI a year.
Island" or the Hawaiian Territorial
strial Edition of The Bulletin,
f-' J ? . . i
ni v iT ?':- &
w i - i
K. mS riArfrtftMB
Fn . wfB
Ives ito neAOboys a Thanktnivlnn out
ncJ from a day's Joy.
Si imsfea I
I mkJ&BEMl.OF 1
xMff QUSLITY I
i ih I ill Vj'I j m f h ft t HE
fefe iINIEROTTLINGWORKSJ S
M llKl L Honolulu' Phone White 1331 j I
sWMitWiijr am r n 1 1 1 li il.i sm siim
'-- wc A Digestive Marvel ?f--
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by. your druggist or by
Wt C. Peacock & Co,, Ltd,
RIVER OF WAIMEA, KAUAI
It is rich in beauty and
S m ii
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