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RVHNINO Ilt'U.r.TlN. HONOM'M'. T. II. SATURDAY. AI'MI, 11. 100.
B1SMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad
dle Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com'
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
Oceanic Second Degree.
Hcnoljlu Comm.indery 5 p. m.
Rote Croix 7:30 p. m. Cere
mony of the Lights.
Lei Aloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting members nf I tin
order are cordially Invited In nt
tend mci'llngs of local bulges.
HARMONY LODCC, No. 3, I. 0. 0. F.
llrcl .very Monday evening at 7:20
In I (). C) r. Hall. 1'ort street,
i:. It. lir.NDUY. Siirclnry.
ui.xinit i: si'iiwAit.iicun. N.n.
All visiting hruthe-rs very cordlull)
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Xlecln every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock 111 K. of 1. llnll. King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to ntlcnri.
o. .i. wniTniinAD, c.c.
V. WAt.DUON, K.It.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. I', llnll, King street, nt 7:30. .Mem
bers nt .Mystic l.neg No. 2, Win. Mr.
Klnley Lodge. No. S. mid visiting
brothers (iinlially Invited.
A. II IIC1KD. (' C.
a. s. ki:nvay, K.It.S.
HONOLULU LODGC 61G, D. P. O. E.
IIiiioIiiIii Lodge No. fiin 11. I' O. V...
will ini'i'i in ill I'lr new linll. on Miller
iiiul lleietnnla slree-ts, every l'rldny
Ilv order of Hie V. It.
HAltltY II. SIMPSON,
orco. ii. anoits. i:.n.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets ccry Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. nf 1. Hall, King
itrect. Visiting lirntlicrit cordially In
i to :il I end.
M. M. JOHNSON. CC.
U A. JACOIIHON, K.U.8.
HONOLULU AERIE 1-10, F. 0. E.
McotH nn tlio 2nd and (111 WIIDNICS
DAY evenings of each inuntli at 7:30
oVIock In K. nf V Hall, King rtreet.
Visiting Kaglcs are lnitcd to lit
tsud. SAM McKKAOUi:. W.I'.
II. T. MOOUi:, V. Socy.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first nnd third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity ll.ill,
Odd Fellows' IliiildliiK, Fmt ntreet, nt
7:30 o'clock p. in. A full attendance
Is desired at CVeiy meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Sleets every 2d nnd 41 Is Tuesdny of
each month at 7 :iu p. in., In Kim An
tonio Hall, Vlncyurd Hticct.
Vlrltlng IrrothrrH rmdlnlly Invited
a. k. vii:itUA. r. n.,
M. C. I'ACHIX'O, r. 8.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. 0. R. M.
McclH every second nnd fourth
Kill DAY of each month In I. 0. O. K.
Visiting lii'othorH cordially Invited to
W. C MeCOY. Sachem.
A. II. Xll'ltl'IIY. C. nfll.
CUT KIND'.ING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P, 0. DXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
Tor Sale Bottled and In Bulk
o by o
Hoffsclilaeger Co,, Lid,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
If ycu ute cheap paint you are certain
to regret it. Inferior paint Is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER &.
CO.'S PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet
ter and Is more durable
than any other nalnt on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best Ingredients
are used in Its composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
t. P. COOKE Manager
It. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... 8eeond Vice Pres,
L. T. Peck Third Vlco Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
A cents (or
Hawaiian Commercial &. Sugar Co,
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kihuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
AT 1W8-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C, AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 612.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lishts
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union St nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Illank hooks of nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured liy the. llullctln I'uh.
LOCAL AND 6EWEBAL
QDn a "ne for a week Is the cost of
Quo a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene.
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
White steam uutos. Stockyds stable.
Wntcr will ho running In the Kcilmlu
ditch cm .Itltll' 1.
Try ono of those delicious hot auiu
perg nt the Cobweb Cafe.
Fresh Jam, 11 cents Hi. at factory, 151
Hotel St. 1'eaih this week.
Largest slock of Earner eggs In the.
elly. New lmglnnd Ilakcry.
Ilulter churned dnlly nt the Honolulu
lulnnieii s Association. White 211
Wic 20-mlniite car neilce on the
Wnlnlae line commences lomoruiw.
A. N- Sniiford, optician, Ilosloil
lltilldlng, I'ort street, over May & Co.
I'nik Kxticil llolilmon Is ctigagcil
In :i stinl) of making Oakland, fill l
Older will he taken now for Hot
Ciikj IIiiiib nt thu New Cnglnnd llak-
eiy ,t I'.uuly Co.
I lie llonululit library was lighted
l.i nt night by the current of the Ha
waiian i:iclrlc Co.
1'. K It Stiaiicb, real estate ngcul,
lias mime ery choice bargain to of
fer See his ad. page 3.
Ml Kg I'icKioit will speak nt the 10
loc k i arm .'it's service lomuirovv
morning All welcome.
I'ltion quality Inland butter from
Mrs I iota Yon TcnipRky's ranch. Kula.
ltuvmund llan.'li .Maikct. Tel. Hi I.
Next wick look out for Iltoin n spec
ial Kaitcr aiiuoiiiiceuieut. wblch will he
of gnat Intciest to Indies gi'iieinlly.
I'lie ipiarterl) meelliiK of the Chlnno
Hindi ills' Alliance will be held lit the
rchldeme of K. Y. Damon this ecn
ln Rev. r. I). XI. Williams will upon Is rl
Iho l:3i Sundiy afternoon mm leu nt
the Y. XI. C. A. All weliolne. Huppar
rinre Is n shortage of ccmeut In
town. Work on the St. Andrew's cu.
thedrnl extemion Is suspended on this
The Item arrUoil and ale nil gone.
I'luie otiliis early for the new ship
ment to iirrHc April 0. Yon Hamiii-
Joe .Mm Eden may go In I'orln lllco
10 piocuie lalioici'H. nccoidlng to newD
brought on 111" Alumeda yesteidny
fium the Coast.
Cont our Iron roofs with "Arable."
Yuu will bo surprised nt Its cooling and
preservative properties. California
iced co., agenw.
A Toklo paper snys that Consul (len-
I'lal Mlkl Hallo has bought, for ::i),(iuil
j en. u residemc In that city formerly
occupied hy a .lapancto general,
llemy May & Co. me now selling
llielr famous California Itosc Ctenui-
eiy butter nl 3Sv per pound, l'rish
I'lilpnieul JiiKt leteived III the Alalia d.l
County Attorney l'. A. Douthlll mid
SU'liogiup.lier tl. II. Sablu went to Iilu
umt iiaiiiiia toii.iy to invcxiiguiq tut.
ihuigcri nguliibt Deputy Shvrllt Kekau
Jubllen Incubators. Tlio bUFlficjij
machine. Hot water system, i)t-Lot
lair. See tiieiu beforu buying. (XlJ W.
XUClicsney k. Sun's, Ltd., agents' (Jilccn
l.i-l Aloha Chnpter No. 3, O. K. 3.
will hold lis igulnr meeting mid ulso
Inltiatlou tonight. In Masonic Temple.
All mcmbirs of the older me conllally
.las. 1''. .Morgan offers for sale tlio
residence of .Mr. .1. Ilniimliilli. situate
on the llwa iMcnslou of Judd street.
I'or description of above property see.
,id. page S.
It U reported that Col. Macfarlane
U title In loinii'c lion Willi u scheme
whereby (AVLOUU Instead of K'UU.UOO of
the half million dollars of Koliala elite li
bonds will he nlloted to Honolulu lu
'Ihoic will be u tunrltu prayer meet
ing under the auspices of the United
Young I'cople'ii So. letles on the lop ot
I'uiyliLowl lumoiiow morning fiom
li.l.i to 7:15. .Mrs. Tbeu. Hlchaids will
As u remit of rains, muio water Is
beiui: lollected In the Niliianu leser
Milr. An mciiige ilepth of four fet.t
was reioited laid night. The soil In
the mountains. II is slated. U becom
ing thoioiighly hiituiiited.
Among the iiim-s on the civil Jury
ijlcnclar of the Kouu Circuit Cumt foi
the April term Is tin ttespasH, case tit
i;sthci K. linker vs. A. XI. Jlrowu, il
nl.. and u condemnation suit by the
Teirltory against l'slher K.' linker.
The (lospel Xllslsou servke this even
ing ut it o'clock in the hall on Foil
htii'ct oiiposiiu Cluh .Stables. .Mrs. S.
I." Damon will speuk mid thu singing
will be le-lnfuiced by four or lltti
xoiing iieoplc f i oiii thu Moaiialua Xlls
hlon. All mo welcome.
When the Aluinedu united yesteiday
she in ought machinery for the plant
time Is to lie cidiibllshcd here of the
Ann i lean Can Company, and the eslab
llsliment will bo loustriieted an boon ut
porslhle It will have a capacity of
(mm Ill.iiDii to r.n.noo cana u'day.
limicu, the . liainplon diver of Japan
J osli Ida) testified liefoie Judge Dole
in tlio suit of 1. XI. S. H. Cu, ugnlmd
the diedgcr I'nilllr. He stilled thai lie
wiul.ud eigne hours nl n time, nl u
depth nf IS feet, lu removing twenty
tutus of sled cable fiom the Hlhcilnu
For sti-nllng newspapers, a native
boy known us Keokl was aireated Xlou
day. nml senti-need to u year In tlio te
fonu school, hut was later iclcitbcd on
probation. It Is claimed that ho lias
time been found stealing papers but
was lelensnl lifter making full explu
liullou to the idurt.
According to present plans, K. It.
Stackahle, Collector of Ciistums, will
depart fur ICurope mid the jzoies lu
about six week, to piocurc liihotcrs. As
stated lu llic llulletlu yesterday ,tlie
(iovei iilnent gave Xlr. Starkablu the
right to decide! when his duties would
permit of his going.
Tlio Hawaiian Annex bath i cumin are
now completed, nnd me In every way
the hest lu the city. One hundred and
Hill ty-IIvo rooms, with soven show
ers. New soils, now' lowels, etc., lis
well as a general complete, renovation,
while as to the bench, eveijonn knows
that the poillon In front of the Annex
Is the hot public beach nt Wniklkl.
Qlacses you want
made by us will
and guaranteed so,
A. N. 8ANFORD
Boston Bulldlntji Fort St,
ovtr May & Co.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDQ.. 176-180
England Seeks Alliance
(MufiirfdlYel I'itm Rirrlrll Cntilt)
Si retersburg, April 13 Ilngtnnd la
piesslng for nn entnile. the purpose lin
ing to fot in nil alliance between Kug'
laud. Itusslii nnd Krame against (!er
Well-Known Author Dies
MnnrfiCvi J'rrm XircM Catilr)
London, April 13 Itkharil (lainclt.
the nut hoi', Is dead
Klclmrd (Inrtittt. C.ll., 1..1.D., poet
and uutlior, was burn lu I.llchllcld.
England. llhlSll.'. Ho Was the author
of matty poems and crllinQworksaiiil
a toulilljulog to tba i:iieyclupueill
uriiiauuui on literary siiiijccih.
ill Defend Miners
1. 1 Modelled I'rc Special dMt)
llitlc, l.l il, Atill It Tl,,, Mlnctrk'
lTnlon has iftalncil 1 1 cm. Itourkn Coth-
ran ox New Yor,k to defend Xloyer mid
Thu ucclised men, leaders of the Mill
nr.' ITiilim u.'i.t tin.tulnil In Ctilnriiilii
mid It Iiiin been. charged, weie liuiiltJ
to llolbe ami lmpilioncd without luu-
ing nail a dinned tor consultation wun
their f i lends
Dowie Sets His Price
i. tftnuf felted Vrctin Hinrlttl Cnblr)
Clilcngo, Apill '13. I'enin luiti-it over
Xioii, (or Dcinle has olfercd to lellH
nml cease all tiuubliiig of the orgalilr.a
lion fur IIm per cent of the pioperly.
Vesuvius Quieting Down
f.lctxi.f felfeel 'rrkA Rpiclttl Cubic)
Naples, Apill 13. Vesuvius Is show
ing few c i signs pf activity, mid danger
Sunn the i option is lielleved to liimi
f.lreitrel l'm Hucrlnl Cnhte)
St. Johns. New' llrunsulck. April 13.
-llt-1'remlcr Thorbiirii Is dead.
Piatt WotVtRun Again
(Anmiriulnl Den filicclnt Cuhje)
New York, April 13, Sciinlup
Thomas C l'liitt bus aniiounred that
be will not seek li ic-elcclion.
The Hawaiian baud gives n public
I.D'ter eoncerl on Bunilu.v afternoon nt
3 o'clock at tbt' Capitol giouncls, ns
"Thu Old Hundred."
Grand Xlnich "Uaster Hiinduy" ....
Ov ei tin e "The Holy King". Beethoven
"The Angels' llabtcr Sciruadu" ....
"Oiand liitennllciii.il Xliislcnl Con-
Vocal Hawaiian 8ongs,..Ar. by Uerger
.Mrs. N. AlJii.it.
Selection "l'loviilenio" Tohanl
(Jlorla "Twelfth Mass" Xloat.,
Klnale "Popular Alls" Ijuiipe
"The Star Spangled llanner."
The baud will pluy this nflcrnoou at
the ilc.ii.u tin o ot the yacht Ui l'nlumu.
OWN A LIBRARY
Not a Carnegie Library, but the
works of your favorite authors, at
home where you could put your hands
on a book to suit any mood. Books
of humor to Jolly you up; poems for
thoughtful moments; history and
works of like nature for study; and
standard novels by celebrated writers
that are as far above most of the pop
ular slush of today as a Turner paint
ing Is above a common chromo.
You can buy your library on the
easy-payment plan and remember,
even though you make a small begin
nlng, a library soon grows.
See the display In the window or
Hawaiian Office Special! Co, on Fort
St. below King, and Imagine such a
library In your own home with books
of your own choosing.
Wm, C. Lyon Co,,
Cor, Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs.
Entrance on Hotel street.
SAFES, IRON FENCE
Sr Monument 'WorlCM
Deep Well Of Purest
The drought scare turns out to bo
ill founded. It has been ascertained
Hint I hero Is n well nn the premises of
thu Urcwery nearly 900 feet deep, tlio
water of wjilili seeps through purify
lug Mack sun d. Thft wnt'eVls .used
exclusively' in tlio manufacture ol
The general public will dnubtlesg
welcome this news and eeaso to drink
Impure water when puro beer can bo
AI III! HI
I'Migiam at the Zoo Sunday, April
15, fiom 3 to ii p. m.
.March "Wtildmero" Loscy
Two Step "W. XI. 11."
Itujal K'lwalliau Olec Cluh,
Scholllsihu "Klorence" . .l.aurcndear.
Selection "One, Two, Three, I'our"
Itoynl Knwuihau lllce Club,
.March -"A. K. of XI." Jaeger
Selection "lliinii Kong" (new)
Itoynl Knwnlhau (lieu Club.
Wnllz -"lieyond the dales of Para
.Match "llanner Camp" .... Southwell
Selection 'Tlio lloslon dlrls" ,.K. N
Itoynl Knwnlbnu (Ilea Club,
Wnllz "When Johhiiy Comes
Manilla;: Homo" Kdwurds
Selection 'Teatber tjueen" (new)
ltoyul Kawiilhau (Hen Club.
Ovntiiro -"Cosmopolitan" . ,1'jL'nilvllln
Selecllou "ileatitlful lllnia"
Xlrs. ICiunia du Filest
Iloyal Kawiilhau (lieu Cluh.
Xlnich "3,'lrd llegliitent"
"The Star Spangled llanner."
THE 8ALVATION ARMY.
.Meetings every nlgUt at 8 O'clock In
the hull, comer of King and Nuuntiti
Sunday services: Holiness meetlug
at 10:30 u. in.; Sunday school and
llllilu class at 3, p. m.; Young l'coplH'4
i.e gum meeting ni u p. m.; snivaiion
inei'llng at S p. m. The brass uuil
stilng hands will piny, and there will
be plenty of music aud singing, as woil
us testimonies and Scripture lesson.
.Monday night, ltev. V. I). Wester
veil will give mi Illustrated lecture,
"llcautlful Haivall." AdmUslou will
Kveryhody Is cordial'' Invited to at
tend. Adjutant nnd Xlrs. Ilamberry
unu captain mpp in clliargo.
EMT Fine Job Prntlnn at the But.
Prisoner Denies Being
Beaten While In
SAYS HE WAS STRUCK
IN ASSISTANT'S OFFICE
OLD OFFENDER SENT TO" JAIL
FOR THIEVING THE SHERIFF
SPEAKS OF A POLIT
Sheriff Drown nnd other members ot
the police force ore' highly indlgnaut
today ns a result ot tlio story publish
ed In this morning's paper accusing
members of tlio department of cruelly
Injuring Ktiknhela l'nlcnnpa, a native
rhnrged vltli stealing n variety of ar
ticles from servants about the city,
l'nlcnnpa was sentenced today In thfl
I'olleo Court to forty-five days' Impris
onment In thu Oahu Jail, on one. of tlio
five charges against him. Ho pleaded
guilty In the one charge nnd was not
pro'cculcd on tlio other charges.
In the morning paper It wns claimed
that l'alennpa had been so seriously
nssnulted In his cell as to causa the)
breaking of some of his ribs. The
story was supposed to co?ic from his
wife, nnd wns extremely pathetic, lu
an Interview with tlio prisoner this
morning, the latter denied that ho had
been beaten In his cell, but declared
that while being question In tlio otllca
nt (he Assistant Sheriff, one ot tlio
pollicmcn struck him with his fist In
the ribs, causing him much pain.
When interviewed today concornlnc
the Matter, Sheriff Ilrown made the fol
"I believe tlio article published in
Iho morning paper to lie nhsolutely
lalso and misleading nnd intended to
dlsrtedlt mo aim the entlro minimis
t rat Ion of Mils department. It Is tioth
tng but u political dodgo.
"l'alennpa Is nn old offender, Ao
cording to statements to mo In my of'
flee today by him, ho has served ono
j ear for lnrceny In the Oahu Jail. At
another tlmo bo served threo months
for vagrancy and lias been arrested a
number of times for being drunk.
"During tlio last six niomi there
hnvo been reported to this department
a lingo number nf enses of petty lar
reny In servants' quarters lu various
parts of the city.
"On the Mh or tlio month this native
wns caught red-handed In tlio rooms
of tlio Japanese lyrvnnt of Mrs. Heb
ron. HowuHjirojight Here .and Imme
diately rcrccognlzo'd as .ono wha had
been caught three months ago In the
servants' quarters or Allan Herlj, on
Ilerelanla street. At Hint time ho wns
lu tlio room of a Japancsa before an
open trunk, the contents or which
wero scattered n Iho lloor,
"He wns released after a few clays,
rs It was a doubtful ease, Aftor his
nnest on April C, hu admitted to Xlr.
Vlda that ho had committed a number
of larcenies that had been reported to
this department, and a number of nr-llilei-
repotted stolen wero round at
Ills bouse. Ho also went with nn am
cor and located a gold watch that had
been stolen by him nt a recent robbery
nl the boiiso of Xlis. .Murray In .Mnklkl,
Ho rdmltted l.eto to mo this morning
Hint he was guilty or five charges plac
ed against him, hut through somo mis
take of iho luosoctttlng attorney, ho
plended guilty to ono chaigo and was
nut picmeciiUid for Iho others. Ho said
lajro today that ho was not beaten In
bis cell, but was slapped and struck In
tlio ribs by n special onleor. Vlda mid
two olIlceiH wero present nt tlio time,
mid they nil deny that any violence
whatever wns used,
"To my mind, (ho prisoner Is an old
Jailbird, and nccordlng to his own
MatementH to mo ho has been placed
In the dnik cell at Iho Oahu Jail for
Assistant fihnrlff Henry Vlda deulcs
that any mistreatment has been ex
pet te need hy l'alcnapa. That tlio
pilsoner has been guilty of many thefts
Is in,', to bo dented, for a number of the
articles found In Iho possession ot the
prisoner hnvo been Identified nnd ro
turned to their original owners. The
pi l tier confessed to Xlr, Vlda that
bo had stolen tlilrtyono articles ob
tained by Iho police.
MATSON UNE PLANS
Captain William Xlntson, of Iho .Mat
son Navigation Company of Sun Krun
Cisco, Is trying to arrange for operat
ing a Htemushlp between Honolulu and
San Krnnclsdi. He has been Interview
ing various business men of the city to
procure conducts for freight,
Xlr, Xlntson departed fur San Kran
clsco yesterday arteruoon co tlio China.
If u steamer Is put Into service it will
hnvo a capacity or nbout 10,000 or 12,
000 tons. Xlr. XluUou lias been quoted
The l.'nterprldc nnd the steamer that
Is being In ought mound the Horn fiom
New York will he kept on the run from
Sun Francisco but will cooio first to
Honolulu, then to Illlo and then baek
to San l'ranclsco,
Tho following oincers for Iho ensu
ing year were Installed by llllo Lodgo
No 75D, 11, 1'. O. i: nt their lodgo hull,
on Monday evening, April 9, I'nst Kx
ailed Huler 11. T. (luard being Install
ing olllcer: Kxalted Huler, N. (I. Cam
pion; Ksteemed Lending Knight, C. L.
Stow; Esteemed l.o;l Knight, I), E.
Xletiger; Ksteomed Lecturing Knight,
C, l Parson; Secretary. Dr. Henry
Hayes; Treusitrer, J. D. Kennedy; Ty
ler, 0. W. Weight; Trustee, K, E, Ulch
FOR I Alili
Acting Governor A, U. O. Atklnwn
and Collector of Customs K. It. Stack-
able had n lengthy conference In the
lohln s-egg-blue chnmber this fore
noon, discussing tbo details nf Stack-
Ohio's Impending labor mission to tho
Azores, as special commissioner of (ha
Territorial Hoard ot Immigration.
Htncknlilc was seen on the Cap tul
steps. Just ns he was leaving the'Uuv-
ernors olllce, und nuked It uo.camo
fiom nn Interview with Atkinson,
Ho replied with his cluracterlslic
candor. "The (luvcrnor Is up there, '
he said. "You had (letter see him,"
Atkinson sold that he nnd Stnckablc!
had been talking over lire details ol
Slacknblc's mission. These would bn
laid before the Hoard of Immigration
Ht Its coming, treotlng.
"Has It been decided as yet when
Stackahlc will leave?" asked the re
ported. "1 asked htm to leave ns soon as lit
could, ns wc wanted to get this thing
ktarled ns goon as possible. He will
start In the middle of next month, or
possibly not before the end ot next
The onvlnts of the Waterworks De
partment state that the rain yesterday
did something to alleviate tho Impend
ing water famine. Tho Niliianu valley
feservolrs both wero augmented to
somo extent, the water In Reservoir
No. 1 rising two feet, nnd that In No. 2
1 1.2 feet. As a consequence the work
of the tire engine, which wns used to
pump wntcr up on the high level s)r.
tem, Vns yesterday discontinued.
While the rain water helped up to
some extent the oluclals sny Hint Iho
Utmost enre should still lo exercised
lest Hie water Is wasted, or a drought
of a week will bring the reservoirs
back to their old state of depletion.
Superintendent of rpblle Works Ilnl-low-ay
stated this morning that thu
College Hills pump was tn be taken
over tor tho present to pump wnter up
to the higher levels. It Hiiftlclcnlly
lilgh pressure wns used It might even
pump somo Into the reservoirs. Thn
summer season wns now beginning
and Ilnlloway thought It best to be on
tho safe side.
In substance. Colonel Spalding, pres
ident of the Xlnkeo Sugar Company, has
made the offer to giro wnter for 2000
acres or land, which will be planted In
enne, lu Kapaa, Knmalumnlo nnd Ana
hola In exchange for a lease of 21 ye.uv'
of the waters of tho Kapaa and Ana-
noiu rlvrs. The lease Is to be given
by the government. Tliero Is a total
of 17, 2in.0l acres of land iindVr Hut
In speaking of (tin Xlolokan trouble,
Xlr, Kulrchlld has stated that he has
been misunderstood, and (lint lie iloe
pot claim that they have been a fallme
only ns u communVy of laborers. He
Udmlts that some or Hiei'u may bo sue
ccsslul us laborers in the cane llelcli.
Acting (lovernor Atkinson thinks Unit
the Xlolokons Humid bo given llielr
lots, mid declaics Hut. thu government
Is prepared to stand to Its agreement
with the Russians.
JUDGE GEAR IN 1111,0
The Btcamslilp Olympla, Captain
John Trtichrldg?, arrived nt llllo from
Honolulu about 1 o'clock Monday and
am bored oil tho foot of King street.
She wus put on tho San Pcclio, Hono
lulu run recently, ostensibly to com
polo for freight huslness, says the Illlo
Tribune, but, as It appeared, really to
transport Japanese laborers. She
brought 19S Japanese two cabin paa
scngers nnd Judgo (leo. D. dear, Jap
anese agent of Honolulu. Tho Judge
stated that he know very little about
the business of the steamer mid tliut
hu came to tho Island on other legul
business. The steamer Is In port tn
tarry Jupnuesn to thu Coast, nud lioiv
longshe will remain Is not known. The
Olynipla Is n steamer of 17:10 tons, ear
lies a crew of M men and registers
fiom l'ort Townscnd, Wash.
HITS PIPEJN COURT
Jltilgo Whitney had his curiosity sat
isfied In tho I'lillco Court this morning,
l-'or a long tlmo ho has wunted to
know how opium Is smoked, nud today
after the work of thu court had been
completed, ho incidentally uxprossed
his deslro to see tho operation, loo
I.ting, an obliging Chl-iunn, happen
ed to bo present, and, feeling thu need
of a smoke at that time, ho volunteer,
ed to show the court how it Is done.
Sta.'dlne before tho Judge's desk, ho
carefully rolled a llttlo pill, placed It
In his plpo, nnd drew tho fumes Into
Ills lungs. After tho performance hu
thnnked Iho Judgo for tho privilege of
taking Hie smoke,
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thn records, excepting n few papersr,
which wero filed In tho Supremo COitii,
had been lost. As a consequence new
maps, cortllled copies of deeds and oth
er such things used nt the trial bad to
ho prepared again, and this added ma
terially to the costs,
Fine Job Printing at The Dulletln
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