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BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
BISMARK BRANCH STABLES
Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad'
die Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet nil steamers. Com
petent drivers, reasonable rates, new
vehicles and live stock.
Le.ilil Chapter Regular.
Pacific Third Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Regular-
5 p. m,
Oceanic Third Degree.
All visiting members of tho
order are cordially liixllcd to at
tcml meetings o local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt 7:20
In I O. () I'. Hull, Fort street.
U. It linNIUlY. S- irlnry.
ci.miiii i:. sniwAit'.iimtn. N.n.
At) Uslling brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. nf 1. Hall, King
street. Visiting brothers conllally In
vited to ntteml.
o. j. whitf-head, c.c.
F. WAI.DUON, K.It.8.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evening nt
K. I. Hull. King street, nt 7:30. Mom
hern ut Mystic Lodge, No. 2. Win. Sic
Klnloy Lodge. No. 8, and vlaltlnt;
brothers conllally Invited.
A. I). IIOND. C. C.
A. S. KKNWAY, K.H.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, D. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CM, 11. P. O. E
will meet In tliclr now hall, on Miller
ninl llorctaiiln streets, every Friday
lly order of tlm i:. It.
IIAURY II. SIMPSON.
GEO. H. ANNUS. i:.It.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, KIiik
street. Visiting brothers cordially In-Tiv-'
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
i:. A. JACOI1SON, K.I1.8.
' HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
' Meets on tlio 2nd and 4th WKDNI'.S
DAY evenings of each mnnlli nt 7:30
o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, Kins street.
Visiting Hagles nro Invited to at-
SAM McKHAOUn. W.P.
; H. T. MOOKi:, V. Sery.
HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every first and third TIltTItS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows.' Hiilldlng, Fort street, at
7:30 o'elock p. m. A full attendance
Is desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
COURT CAMOES, No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets "very 2d and 4th TitCRdny of
enrli inoiilh nt 7.30 p. in.. In San Au
tnnlo Hall, Vineyard street.
Vlrlllug lnotheru cordially Invited
a. k. vii:nriA. c. n.,
M. C. PACIIIX'O, r. s.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
MeetH nvery second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
Vlslllng linillierR cordially Invited to
W. O. McCOY, Sachem.
A. i:. MUHI'IIY, C. of It.
CUT KINDLING WOOD, Northwest,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A, C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN 4 MILILANI.
l-Ji ill . iJk .lWi4iAflt tut
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage for Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and in Bulk
Hoffschlaeger Go,, Lid,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
If you use cheap paint you are certain
to regret It. Inferior paint Is dear at
any price. W. P. FULLER 4
CO.'S PURE PREPARED
PAINT Is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. It looks bet
ter and is more durable
than any other paint on the
market. The secret of this Is
that only the best ingredients
ere used in Its composition and
that they are accurately mixed.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 SO. KING 8T.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Manager
II. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vies Pres.
L. T. Peek Third Vlco Pres.
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial 4 Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company,
Another Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
P. O. BOX 842.
PHONE tJLUE 1801. HONOLULU
GAMARA & CO.,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8,
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. 'Union 8L nr. Hotel
No I Guava Charcoal
A Large Stock Always on Hand,
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Blank books nf nil sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tlio Ilullctln Pub.
. tl (i.aLtit.
LOCAL iND 6ENE8AL
QDr a line 'or a week ls tne cost '
UUO a Bulletin Want Ad. the bene,
fit secured may easily be worth a hun
dred times 30 centsl
Whim steam nutos. Btockyds stable.
(J ii (Mi Kmtiu linll lias been fumlgal
('. V. Spitz, I.lliiie merchant, U In
Judge Perry rrliirneil from Kauai In
the W. (I Hull.
KiielmiT W. K. Howell nrrlicd from
K.imil on Sunday.
Fresh Jam, II ictits Hi. at fartory, 1X1
Ilolel St. I'c.uli this week.
Alts. (I. II (Icte and' Infant will lo
rlile permanently In this illy,
Tlmi. Wolff Inn irturnod to the cllj
Hum a business tilp In Hawaii.
Iluttcr ihurneit dally at the llonnlulii
Dull) men's Association. White 211
The engagement Is announced o Mr,
.Intiii (' Anderson to Miss .Mark llrnsrh.
Hurmony I-odg, No. 3, I, (). O. R,
meets tonight ut 7:30 In I. O. 0. 1'. Hall.
litand curio and fresh cut Ilowcu
in nliiuiil.iiice nt the Woman's to.
The thlnl nniutnl ball ut the Hiber
nians im urn at Progress Hall thla
The wedding of Miss Nalanl June
to Mr Ralph I.J cm tnkes laco tliU
The Klks Rite their nmiunl banquet
m the Mn.imi Ilolel on S.itnrilay even
Clir. diMrndvkc. Illlo inniuiKor fur
II. HiK'ltfeld k Co., Iins uualncts In
Manager .1, ('. Moelna of tlio Illlo
Kledrlr Co., Is In the city, en route to
The owner nnd mamiKer of the lln
tripilne I'liiultiK Mill, (Uortu Muuihy,
uf Illlo, N In Honolulu.
II. I.. Shaw fur nine years uiatiaEur
of the Illlo DniK Co., le.iws this munlli
ullh his wife loi Cuba to rcmalu.
I'lnert ipiallty island butter from
Mm. Doni You Tempsky's rundi, Kula.
ltujniond Itaii'h .Market. Tel. 101.
(HIToril I'iuihot. ehkf of the furenliy
bin i. ill of the pcpaitini'iit of AKrk'.ll
line, may lslt Hawaii iikuIii 111 Juno.
Cuut Jour Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bu surprised at Its (online and
preKvrvatlvu properties. California
feed Co., aconts.
Mis Alfred Dow will arrive hero
from Han l'nuulsio nbout April 2C lu
visit Mrs. 1'rank Andrndo mill .Mrs.
Kate I'lillllps, her slstvis.
Laud CouimlHsloiu-r I'ratt has sold a
ill-!. ir Ikeiise to take water from Ilia
Wullua lnmls, liana, .Maul, to the K
i lekn HiiKiir Co., at the ujutet prlco of
Jubilee Inriibntnrs. Tlio buslnc.ii
minlilni). Hot wnter system, not hot
nlr. Seo them beforo liujlug. M. V.
MiChesney &. Sun's, Ltd., nccnti, (Jiiocu
Ki'iitiK'lilnm la Honolulu have it)
reived Invitations to atlHiid n "lioinn
romliii;' or all Kentucklaus in June,
nnauKed by the l.oulsvllle Couiuieicl.il
"Arnblc" nppllod to Iron roofs re
duceii tumperatiiro a.H much ns 35 de
creet. This lias been ascertained by
actual tost. California l-Vcd Co.,
Lady Knrnli Juno Dullard of Nor
with, i:uland, widow of Sir Harry
Iliillurd, KnlKht, nnd a relative of 11.
M Ayres of Honolulu, recently died lu
J. M. Itoss of Hnkaluu, T. S. Kay ot
Halawa, K. H. (IJerdrum of llunokaa
iiml Daniel l-'orlies of tlio I'aclIU' Mill,
all iaitalns of tlio sugar Industry, aie
i:iKht companies of the Tenth In
fantry hae ueeii ordered to Alaska,
The remnlnlni; lour companies now lu
Honolulu will probably rcmalu hero
two years more.
The Italian hip Cattcrlua Area inc.
(lorn HambiirK with xcneral niryu to
T. II. Davles k Co., arrived off port
jcitlcrday and docked at lllshop whuif
early this mornliiK.
The Argyll, oil steamer ot the Union
Oil Company, docked nt tlio Hallway
wharf, where she Is dlseharKlnK n cur-
,to of oil Into the company's tanks. It
Is expected she will sail for tlio Ctinit
Tlio Kofcccrnns, oil steamer of tut
Pacific Oil Truiisiioitallou Company,
towliiK the oil barKu Monterey, urrlvcd
jesteiilny trom .Monterey nnd both ea
iiels nro dlscharKlug tbelr cargoes into
the company's Iwllcl.taiiks nt the, Hall
way. Choruses from O.ihit College, tbo
HlKh School, the Normal Kcliuol, Kn
mrli.imeha ScIiikiIs, Mills liiKtiluli',
Kaaliumanii School, Kalutanl Selionl
and tlio Royal School aie In training
for the nre.it muslc.il festival early in
lu the (offeii shop ot Kwoue iioolt
llliik'. Kukiil and Nuiiiiuu htreets, a
hiiiiiII blaze occurred at S:U." p. in. Yes
(ci day, caused by n defect ho Ktoe
pipe Tlio dcpni tmcut answered un
tlurm fiom box 02. The dainuca wax
Mrs. Maiy C. Hell, wlfo of Dr. 1'ieil
crick Hell. lioCi ot whom vislled Hum
) nt it not lone iiko, Dell delivering ul
IcKcd Tlieosophlenl lectures, Is uuln
for dlwnvc, illt'KliiK iinbenriiblu ciucl
ty. She Is now In Santa Cruz. Tlio
lectin cr Is said to be In Australia.
Miss Iimjjaid Macfurlano and Major
Ocorno Potter will be married this
cveuliiK nt II o'elock ut the tcsldencu
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Muef.irlaiii,
Viitialiou Etrect. Miss llccn MacTar
l.iun will bn tho maid of honor, niul
ActliiK (ioveruor Alklnsou will be licit
The funernl of tlio lata Harold flllci
occiiricd yesterday nftciuoou fiom SL
Andrew's Cathedral. Hcv. Canon Mack
intosh olllrlatltiK. The Interment to" I;
place in Mnklkl rcmcteiy. The pall
bearern were Jlessis. James Y. Ulrvln.
John Nelll, V.. M. Marshall. A. Hock-
Iuk, S. K Chllllntiwoitli and C. II. Itey
uolds. The trustees of tlio Library and
lteudliiK Room Association have adopt
ed u resolution uppiovlng thu neilou
of W. A. llryuu In lirliiKlnK the matter
of a frco llluary befoio tho lloaul ot
Siiiiervlhois and tho public, Tlio tim
tees pledKM llieniselves to (O-operale 111
any leiuomiblo mid piaellcablu lucas
uics to teciiio the debited cud.
.-i&MitijvUi-inliMmimilAiimi 1 ... Ut ..,
glatsei you want
, made by us will
'- always be
and guaranteed so.
A. N. 8ANF0RD
oston Building, Fort St,
over May & C.
Ltuiiiiiii iitttMttinn iip-iAJwt
Hnwnlluri Iron Pence 6V Monument WarkH
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDQ., 176-180 KINO 8T. PHONE 287.
Seven Dead On Kearsarge
f.liMfirfcilrcI ;rr Xrclnl Cnblr)
riiiniitnnnini). Culm, April It. Wlillo
the American battleship KearsarRe was
iukukciI In target, iiaille near Cute-
lira today, two olllcers and flvo men
were killed, Muiljfourlecii men Injured
by an explosion In the lorward tin lot
ot the ship.
Saturday nftoruoou c aides stated that
l.ltiltenaut Jolm.M. IIiiiIkIiis was one
ut the olllcers killed.
Warsaw Religious Riot
f.tMorlntfd I'hti Kiircltil Cable)
Warsaw. ,W II. Three thoiiKaml
Murlat baltlc'cCln the streets wlll
two thousand Calhullcs. Tlnee persoiH
were killed and forty Injured.
Miiurliitti! itrc Riicclnt Cahlr)
New Ybrk April H William II
Hearst Iium instituted (pio wairantit
prociedliiRS tu (est McClellan's right
to thu Mnjoriilty of this city.
Hearst i.m for Mayor of New York
against MiCI.ll.in last year upon tho
municipal ownership ticket, aud was
beaten by the Tammany candidate, hut
claimed that lie wus counted out. Ho
inched a veiy large, vote, ut that. Ho
luiH since falli-d in his efforts to M-cme
n iciouut of the otea cast nt the nlec
llon. Fire Panic in Church
iMairfifYl 'rr Xpccliil Cable)
Clilingo. April II. A f.ilne alarm of
file caused a panic In one of the lead
lug Catholic churches here last night
four persons were killed and a stoiu
Negroes Burned Alive
iMtawlfifrd 'rr-n jicrfil Cable)
Siulngllilil, Missouri, April It A
iuoh of lUc hundred men has humid
at the stake Unco uckroes suspected of
uss.iull upon a whltu woman.
Balfour Is Released.
f.lMnrhifrii l'rc Uperlal Cable)
Loudon, April 14. Jnbez lUlfoiir.-
touvh ted of fraudulent stock-jolililng
lu ixj.i, has lieen released from prison.
Salvation For Prisons
Msturlolfil i'if Hiierlal Cable)
Illlltoii. Aurtl ' IT. Tin, MliMillnti
At my has offered to relieve tho (lov
ernnicnl of the care of prisons for a
icrm or inree eurB.
Laborites Won't Fuse
f.loclifciJ 7'rc Hieelal Cable)
Melbouri.e. Australia, April 15. The
lihoiltes have refused fusion with tlio
Piotectloiilsls In the coming elcilluu.
Rescued From Burial
CtMnrlntrii mu Special Cable)
Naples. Am II 15. Two women havn
been iiueuithcd ullo fiom tho ruins of
Ottajano, one of the towns destroyed
uy inn Vesuvius eruption.
f.tocnlnl JVijj Siuclal Cable)
Wushliiglon, Apill 15. l.lciilciir.nt
,, ll I III lwfljii
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
tnougnuui 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
Inn Is above a common ehromo.
You can buy your library on the
easy-payment plan and remember,
even though you make a small begin
nlnd, a library coon grows.
See the display In the window of
Hawaiian omce Specialty Co. on Fort
St. below King, and Imagine such a
library in your own home with books
oi your own cnoosing.
Wm. G. Lyon Go,,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, 'upstairs,
Entrance on Hotel street.
SAFES, IRON FENCC
(Irncmo, one of the olllcers Injured by
the Kearsarfie turret explosion. Is (lead.
Formosa Death Record
iMiaorffltril Vr Rprrlrtl Callr)
Toklo, April 15. One hundred and
pine persons were killed In the eailh-
'cjnnkc In Koriiiosn. Pour hundred build
lugs were destroyed at Datgo, aud 1101
buildings collapsed nt AJelisul.
To Prevent Lynching
(Afnrtiitcil Prcti Xprclal Cable)
Bprlngllehl, Mo., April IS. The mi
litia has nriivnl to prevent further
lynching. I'laniceu prlsoueis escaped
In the excitement and but four ot them
The Downfall Of Dowie
f.UincIairii Vrtf fpcchl Cable)
Chicago, April 15. Alexander Dowie,
the deposed nrophct or the Zionists,
held services In the Auditorium lestei-
ilay, with a scanty following In attend'
biice. Hie .Ion services were thronged.
Affianced Royal Couple
(Antnrlateil Vrttt Special Cable)
Madrid, April 15. King Alfonso baa
gone to the Isle ot Wight to visit 111 J
llaiuce, the Princess I:un,
Fanning Sale Postponed
I'.tMncfatnt i'rrin Special Cable)
Suva. HJI, April 15, The sale (it
I'uunlng Island has been postponed uu
tll April 7.
The (Irelg brothers may have been
allowed time to negotiate inpllal for
securing the Island. They passed
through iiuiioiulii un tlio way riom au
:iltcmpt to finance the pioposlllon lu
(Atsoelali'il Jrn fiirclc,( Cable)
New York, April 15, Twelve thou
sand Immigrants arrived hero today,
Easter In Russia
Mfipcfiilnf J'rcit Special Cable)
St. IVleisbiirg. April 15. Tbo Kaster
festival iiassed (piletly.
Won't Dismiss Regicides
f.Winricifnl l'rcta Special Cable)
fielgrade, Seivla, April 15. Tho
Premier bus resigned on account ot tho
king's refusal tu dismiss tho rcglcldoa
At midnight of June 11, 190.1, King
Alexander of Scrvla was assassinate 1
by troops who surrounded tho pulaco.
(juecii llrnga, her sisters, her young
brother, tlncu mlnUtcrs. the Premier
nnd many of the royal guard met a like
Maui Masons Begin
Work For New Temple
(Special to 'The Vullctln)
Wallnliii, Maul, April 13. The mem
bers of the Maul lodgo pf Masons havo
nt last started on the work of building
tho Masonic Temple which has been
under consideration for some time, Tim
ground Is today being broken ut Kaliu
!u! fur the now building, aud within d
month tho corner-Btono will bo laid
with an Imposing ceremony that will
not soon hn forgotten by the peopla of
Maul. This lodgo Is one of the strong
est fraternal bodies on Maul and haj
0 membership of some of thu most sub-,
klantlal men on this Island.
Hustace Registers Big
Kick With County
The ltcpulitloau County Committed
wet nt Itcpuhllrun headquarters Satur
day even I nit and went Into executive
session to consider certain charges pre1'
(erred by Charles Hustace, Jr., against
Supervisors Adams and Lucas. 1 T. P.
Wiiterliouso and perhaps Sam Johnsou,
The charges were ns follows:
"In rcemplojmcut of nien from the
Ninth Precinct of the llttli District at
"Information. On the first day of
September, l'JV5, the following named
Men from the 7th, 8th, 10th and 1Kb
precincts, respectively, of tbo Fifth
District were engaged to work nt Alewa
,iiarry, their overseer being William
"71 h Precinct: Kanunioana.
"8th Precinct; lonu Kniolohta, Jo
sepb llnupu, Iwlula, Kekucwii, Walo,
Wallama, Kalclmama, Knoka, llnlotn,
Chun. Knptile, llejiry Kanon, Kaliu,
Kiuawn, Sam Puleliu, Kitlmi, . Kanv
lu, tleo. Knima, Joseph Kalunn, C. I.
lOlli Precinct: Maunaloa, Knlia
hona. "11th Precinct: Mahlolc,, Palualiala,
The next day, September 2, VMS,
mey were told Hint there vas no more
wor ror ineni, or, in otner words, thej
weru discharged. without nny cause. On
same day In the morning Supervisor
Adams and Mr. Fred Wiiterliouso vis-
.led the Alewn quarry nnd Instructed
tne overseer, Mr. ltnlhburn, to put tu
work the following named men from
tiio 9th Precinct. 5th District, In place
or those discharged ns nroresald:
"Jth Precinct: James Ijiliul, Kepa,
Kaalliuc. Peter Uml. Ako. Joe Mitchell.
Knpaua-nul, Kapana-llllll, Aknmu,
Snlomnu Adams, Moses Adams, Klla,
ivaaipana, Kanlela, Kolomona Knlon.
"A week Inter eleven mora men from
Hie said 91b Precinct wero employe)
whose names may now be obtained by
reference to the payroll of September
or ucouer, ivuii. The uewly-appolnted
men from said 9th Precinct have since
continued at work at Bald quarry until
their discharge during the first week
or February, 190C.
"Tho present force began wbrk on
April 2, 1900, nnd consisted ot the fol
lowing named men, nuderi the super
vision of Palkull, overseer:
"8th Precinct: Joseph Haupit, lul.
inn, lvewaio, nalota. Ham Ptilcliti, (leu,
: "9lh Preclnel: Ijilml, -Kepa. 'Kaal-
"10th Precinct: "Maunaloa, Mao.
"Since writing the above the follow
ing names were brought in ns being
me eleven men who were engaged to
work In September, 1905 nt the Alewa
"Ninth Precinct Apelahama. Mnho
lona. III. Kaalona, Wlkoll, Pake, Kit
pakl, Kuhopeolp, Kaalkaula, llnleakula.
In "College Widow"
President Wltiicrspoon and Caiernl
ens Talbot nro two grent characters In
"Tho Collego WIOow." Tho formor
president of Atwater Collego "Is a
mini, quiet old gentleman, trying at
all times to do Just what Is right and
li please everybody nt all tlraos. Hit
seldom becomes agitated or ruffled,
niulc nit hough ho wants his students
tOihavo the best nf times, Is horrified
at the brutality of a football game.
Talbot is n tutor, gentle nnd nlco In
Ills, conversation, nnd nervous tq a de
gree when excited. Jlo Is.always quiet
anil easy of manner, except when real
ly ruffled,, when he becomes a subject
(or laughter. Always looking for tlio
spiritual and Intellectual sdo In every
thing, ho cannot understand tho sordid
methods of business and cvery-day
humdrum life. Ills sccno at tho foot
hall game, with President Wltherspoan
where lin romprehends vory llttlo that
Is going on. Is highly amusing.
These two good characters lend
much nf tho humor to the play lu their
own particular styles.
Hibernian Ball At
Progress Hall Tonight
Pleasure will reign supremo tonight
at PiogresB Hall, when tho membcrtt
of tho local A. O. II. glvo their third
annt'al ball. 1 1 nnd red will trPp to tlin
music or kiiis- ijuintei, mm me unor
committee will seo that tho fun Is not
allowed to drag. If you novo not at
tended one of tho former Ilibornlaa
dances, now Is your ciance to learn
what real pleasure is, Tako a tip
from tlio wlso ones nnd turn up at
Piogress Hall tonlgfit. Following are
Floor Miss Doherty, Mrs. Haven,
Miss Murray, Miss F. Dillon. Mrs.
Tlmmojis, O. E..McCarthy. II. F. Davi
son. J. T. Caroy, II, P. O'Sulllvan
nnd F. I). Crcedon,
Hefreshmenls Mrs. Duggan, Mrs.
J, J, Sullvan and Mis. Cowcs,
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In th,e Saturday Bulle
ll,'. and the Weekly Edition, gives a
cjnclse ana comoletn resume of all le.
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and .real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 Pr month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
Weekly Bulletin gl per year.
,Ji. ..-Jii iu-Jiul L. a rfoiVjfoi,
Will Relain Only
Bona fide Settlers
l.nnd Commissioner Pratt ihns ro
eclved the following letter from ttin
Illlo gcttleimK"MMMatlanR, which
want to take up lands at Hakaliiu, rel
ative' to the bona fide Intentions ot tho
Illlo, Hawaii, April 13, 190C.
Jns. W. Pratt, Ksq., Commissioner of
Public Lands, Territory ot Hawaii,
Honolulu, T, II.
Dear Sir: Am writing (his letter
simply to Inform you how sumo of II19
people felt when their names were,
checked out as not bona fldo settlers;
also to Inform you of tho step which
I took In order to Insure good settlers
In the Osorlo and I.iihan Settlement
Associations, nnd It Is thus:
a. That every settler must ,flle on
affidavit with U10 Commissioner of
Public I-nndH, averring their intention
of settling on tho lot awarded, and. In
event of failure or refusing to so file,
shall be taken for a nou-bona fide sot
tier nnd bonce weeded from tho asso
b. That they nnd each ot them must
live pn the land continuously for at
least three years (with tho first year
starting' at tho time ot opening ot thu
land), illness nnd emergency excepted,
upon due proof to tho Commissioner
or his agent,
I take tills Is the only means to
Ainorlcnnlzo this Territory, and whllo
yon have the suppoYt of theso two As
sociations, I ask for your support In
this matter; thoso that will not be
come bona fldo settlers, their namcH
will be given nnd forwarded you by me,'
Itfinalnlng, an over, your servant,
JOSBPH S. FKIIHY,
Hep, of Osorlo and I.iihan S. Assnn.
These measures, sayB the IjiiiJ Com
mlssloner, nro entirely voluntary, and
are being taken at the Initiation ot tho,
HD iN MAUI
Hugh Howell, II. A. Haldwln, a. I..
Coku, W. Williamson, Win. Hennlng.
John Duggan. C. D. I.utkln nnd I..
Ilarkhausen have filed articles of asso
ciation undor the name of tho Hawaiian-American
Hubbcr Co., Ltd. Tlio
purpose of tho company Is to produce
rubber, sugnr and other produce 011
Maul. Tho capital stick Is J 8,000, di
vided Into l.CoO shares of 50 each,
with a privilege to extend to 150,000.
Tho olllcers arc: Hugh Howell, presl.
dent; Wm. Hennlng, vco president.
Wm. Williamson, treasurer; J. I,.
Coke, secretary: nnd C. D, I.ufkln, au
Tie stoclc has been subscribed for,
ns follows:: II. Howell, 400 shares;
II. A. Haldwln, 20; J, I,. Coke, 400;
Wm. Williamson, 400; Wm. Hennlng.
10; J. Duggan, 10; C. D. I.ufkln. 10;
and I.. Harldiauscn, 1. Ot this amount
8,( 00 lias been paid In.
HARRISON HAS CLOSED. "
(Continued from Pngo 1.)
ed very proud of It. Ho could also
spell "man" nnd could point out thu
lettei "s." He could also Jlo.
"Have yon formed any opinion ni
to Ids realisation of his moral obliga
tion to tell tho truth?" asked Harrison.
"I will simply say that ho told mo
two stories about the samo thing, nnd
I concluded that tin was lying. It thu
first story was a lie, It wan In Ills fa
vor; In tho second it wns not," answer,
cd tho Doctor.
At this time tho hypothetical ques
tion, which had already been read to
tho Doctor last week, was taken up.
"What Is your conclusion an to tho
stato ot tho mind of tho subject at thu
time he mndo tho confession?" asked
Thin was objected to and Harrjsou
asked what tho subject's state of mind
was at tlio time of tho murder, as con
fessed to. .
"Assuming that the facts of tho qnes
Hon are true and tho data nro com
plete, I bcllovo that at; tlio tlruo of tho
killing lio wnn an angry. Imbecile" said
Pressor's cross-examination of Dr.
Pcti rson wns exceedingly short nnd to
tho point. He asked him If Johnson,
at the tlmo bo was being examined by
the Doctor ..was confined n Jail, and
was charged with the erlmo of murder
In the first degree. This wan answered
in tlio affirmative.
Prosser asked If the defendant knew
nt the time that ho was so charged,
i Poterson replied that Johnson told
I'.lm nt tlio tlmo that hn had been ar
rested for killing a child.
"Do you bcllovo Hial he, at tho time
of tho murder, know tho difference hrt.
twecu rlglit and wrong, and that hu
was capable of forming a criminal In
tent" asked Prosser,
"I do," answered Dr. Peterson.
TIIs ended tho cross-examination,
ami Harrison announced that Oils clos"
el tho rnso for tlio defense. An It wns
close to tio noon hour, tho Court ad
journed until 2 p. m when tlio prose,
cstlon will call Its witnesses In re
buttal, of which It has sovernl, both
doctors nnd others.
The fire which destroyed tho old
Houses of Parliament broko out on
October 10, 1831. The present build
ing, termed the I'alaco of Westmlu
kter, was opened on November 4, 185'.,
It stands on a bed of concrete twelvo
feet thick-, nnd rovers an area of nine
statute acres. It contains 1,100 npart
nients, 100 staircases, and two miles
of corridors and passages. TJio great
Victoria Tower, at the southwest ex
tremity. Is 210 feet In height.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Rvenlnc
Bulletin gives n complete summary of
tho news of the day. For 31 a year.
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