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The Fairy Princess And Prince
II) MAl'I) WAI.KHIt.
A tuns. lung time ug. beruro half
the world whh Known nf liy ibc people
who llrctl In Its llilli' lvn. bcfoiv
thore wwo ships to mill tin- win, steam
rare to speed nrrusg the great conti
neiiU and wires Hi cuiry the doings of
tllO world tike lightning flushes In 1IH
farthermust corner, there lived In tne
top of the I'jrciicm .Mountain u jito
ilo Hint wont by tlie nuiuu u( I'nlrleu.
They possessed peculiar powers nl
charm, working grent chnuges almost
miracles turning themselves mid the
commoner people who dwelt In t i.
mountalns below nnd the vnllejs theie
of. And tliu loninuiner pople feared
the charm of ttie fairies, for It wan odd
among them tr-itt once a hunter Inini
the vnlley Imil gone too far up the
inountntn nnd found himself in tliu
relilin of the Fairies llelng an Ignor
tint fellow, nnd not having the line for
llie l'nlry People thut he should have
toll, he drew IiIh how ami sluu one ol
them. Then he turned and lied lint
uren na he ran down the mountain
Side the llueeii of the Tnlrles called
utter him na Klie waved her wand In
nlr: "Uverythlng thou loneliest shall
turn to stone."
A nil the Kulrv Queen' curse had
omo to una. When the hunter on Ills
wny down the mountain shot a Hue
huro to carry homo for his supper. It
turned to stone the Instant he laid
hand to II. He tried again and the
strniure happening repented Itseir At
laaj, tired out mid hungr) and much
frightened over what hud luippcncd to
him while hunting, the tunii Mopped
tit the pnblli house to have u drink of
wine. Hut u h 1 e ruined the horn
drlnkliiK tluak to hla lips the purple
lliltild turned tn stone uud refused In
how. Ab everything the tiiau touched
hrend, wine, water, meat, his bed, his
clothing turned in once to stone, the
'peoplo In the valley began to fear him
uud to murmur that he was a wizard.
'I lien, when the night fell very dark, a
baud of villagers tool; the muu to the
outskirts of their land mid ordeied hltu
on penalty of death to never citer their
valley again It was at, thu- inotiient
that the huiiler fell upon hla knees mid
confessed to having allot a 1'aliv In tlie
niountulua uud thai he had reielied
the (linen's curbe for his act
The villagers hei nine inure and inure
ufrald or him after litis eunlcsidon, ul-
. so they greatly feared the enKenme of
tho Klilrles on all the peojile of the
valley nnd mountain aide The tinn
ed the mun nwuv cruelly telling him
''Heigh-ohl" he said. "Where did
To Am KM) Skptin l,sSI oi- tiiii fi:visi:i Laws of Hawaii,
1 !()., Kruti. vn.M, Tin: Kk.viov.vi. op Si'hpi:.mo. or Hii.n
'iKNri: or any I'iiii-on Co.vn"ri:n of a Ciiijii: on Jlih
iii:mi:.v.oi;. lie It Himrleil by Ilie l.cyhlillurc nf Hid Territory of Jlmriil:
.Six'Tio.v 1. That Ki'cli.m -'SSI of the Iteviscil l.itwit of II if
wuii for lliu yviu llMin ho nnitMiileil mi us to ipikI ns follows:
".Section I'SSI. Ki'.Mov.vi, or Ki'spknkiov. At jm.v tiiiiu
within thirli'i'ii iiioiitlti ufti'i' the (httc of convict inn of tiny lmr
son in fi'Sju'ct of whom aeiiltiiii'ii Iiiih hcen siisii'inli'il, thti court
or muist rnli' ImviiiK jtirisiliftion of tho en-1; ahull, ti)on ri'ijiii'iit
of the iiltoriiuy f;t'iii'nil, or his ilputy, of other iluly ifiitilitieil
ollicor, tiMiu goml caiiii' hcin;,' shown therefor, irtsuo a siiiiiiiious
eitin;; Hiieli jier.-tm to iiiieitr ul tho time tunl jihtee in such
KiniiiiioiiK .tiitei, 11111I show eauae, if nny there he, why aenleneti
hhoitltl Hot he jii'iiiiiilllU'eil. Should the person mi eileil full to
iippenr hefore the nudist rntu or court at the time nittl phtco
iiuincil, the court or Juiitfiatnite, if in his jtulnuiont eiiifo exists
thtirofor, shall issue a warrant for Ilie arrest of such ptwm.
When Mich piTMiu shall mi appear or ho produced heforo tho
....'iTet.l'll iweol'ililllin. with llio lel'lllS of Hlll'll bllllllllOIIS 01' Wlll'l'llnt.
1 heucotin or nuiL'istriUo'inay proeuttt to iiujot'U beuteucu acuuro-
to hegouc and In some dlslaut land to
repent of Ills sin tlie shooting of an
Muhuicnl Kntry. The man went hla
1 way, hut legend says he died of tmti-
' ger nnd thirst the very sumo night.
i And so It cnnie to pass that the cum-
moil people In the valleys and on til"
mounlaln sides Ktuod In great awe or
(llie Kulrles. The) reVeicntcd the
, slningo people less than they fcaied
i Now the t'ulrles wero not the kind
that -hold malice. Indeed, they hover
I condemned anyone for another's wrong
i doing. And when the cruel hunter so
I ruihlexsl) took the life, of mi Innocent
! l'ulrv their only thought nf icicngc
I wus to punish tho criminal In n way
that would pro)enl his cer lepeatltig
the nnnton murder. Therefote tlii
IJuecii hud pronounced the curse iimiii
One day n little Palry prluicss uud
her tool her, tile little pi I ucu, wandered
fur from their home on the top or I lie
I Pyrenees .MoiiuIuIiim Into tlie valley
I Hint lav to the southwaid they went,
sometimes Hying and again walking.
Pretty soon they mine ucross a shep
' herd watching his sheep on the iiioun
J tnlti slope. As the) did nut wnut the
shepherd to know they wcie Fnlrles
they Immediately halilulied their wluga,
1 the little princess hid her Hand bu
hltid a ruck nnd they naaumed tliu ap
peal ance or peasant ililldlcii, the III-
tie princess having touclied their liih
garments with her wand beforu hiding
li. Then, wu'i demure muniiers, they
1 aipro:iclied the youthful uhepherd boy,
,-vvho wus ahepltig In thu tool bhudo ot
1 11 bli; boulder.
I On hearing tiicm nppruaili thu shep
, lien! woko and ro.u to his elbow.
' "Hclgh-oh!'' lie sutd. Then he whis
tled. "Where did you come from, lad uud
lacslc? From Fairyland?"
"Do we look like Fairies?" asked
I llit little piluccss, mischief In her eye.
"No. by my faith, I'd swear you weio
ns loinuion dirt us myself," declared
tho shepherd, Iutigliliis. ,"Jlut you uro
1 1101 of ni) village or the mile) about I
11. 1 Know everyone thai llws on this
side Mount Pillar. You must lmo
co fioiu the other side. Tlwv hay
atl-ange folk ipilie different fn s
I le over Iheie." .
I "And who les on the toji of tho
linounialn?" ashed the Fuiry Prince,
catching the simli of fun fiom his Uls
ter 1 ' Tin- I'ulrx folk," n led the shep
herd, uutilng i. a warning finger "He-
ycu come from, lad acd lassie?"
Governor "Peg-leg" Stiiyvusaut
Is In 11 hot dispute
With 1111 Idle Dutchman
or somewhat 111 repute.
wine of them. The) might turn you
Into toada or Hies. They me a dan
gerouslot, the) ale; b'uiy faith, I'm
gleatly afraid of them.
I "Jlay wi go liume with )ou for tho
' night?" nuked the princess. "We 1110
lost lost on the mountain side. If wo
. may have a crust of hrcjd nnd n hum
' of wine and a place to shelter us while
I vie sleep we will express our grutltudu
I In home wa), though It ho the way ot
poor peasant children."
I "Well, sou nut) come honiu with mo
and we'll ask my father," suggested
the young shepherd. "Hut I'll not vcl
lure to piomlKu )ou food and nlieller
at our house, for my hither has a su
perstition uhout taking In strangeis.
Ho ninny witches nnd wUnrds lir ills
gtilxc 10:1m alKittt the mountains to do
honest folk hat 111."
' "And lollies, too," raid the llttlo
I "Yes, Fairies to turn )uur food and
drink Into stones," said tliu shepherd
, boy. "That's their wa) of doing, I've
Pictty toon the sun begun to decline
nnd the shepherd blew his hum to cull
bis sheep together. Then thu princess,
uud tho prime with hlui, the shepherd
boy led the wu) to H111 vllluge In the
beautiful valle) below. As they went I
lliiough thu street, ufler the shepherd
had driven his hluep Into their fold for
in;; to law. Such fentenee ahull theienpou hu duly iwo riled
and eertilietl to the hifjh rlierilT or his deputy in the order for
iiiipriaoiuiient or other punishment, us the eife nitty he.
If in any ea-e in which sentence has heen suspended in
accordance with the provisions of (his chapter, Mditenee is not
imposed within thirteen mouths from the dale of conviction,
the peinn a uvicted shall not thereafter he liahle to acntenco
on such conviction."
Si.r-nox '2. This Act ahull take elTVcl uud he in force from
and after its approval.
Approved this 'JL'nd d.tv of .March, A. I). 11)07.
ti. It. CAUTlClt,
(lovnrnor of the Territorv of Hawaii.
r it liimrlctl by Ilin lsijishtlure of the Territory of lliiiruii:
Scctio.v 1. Section fl.1 of tho Itevwil 'Laws of Hawaii is
horehy unieniled so as to read as follown:
''.Section 115. The in pectin's shall eatio to lie provided with
in the polling apartment tint less than threw voting shelves or
compartments at or in which voters may1 conveniently mark
Such shelves shall ho mi urraufL'd that in itiarkiiir; hallots
thereon the voters may he MTcencd from lh( ohervalion of
JIDNOI.IJI.U. T. II.. HATl'UHAV, MAttrll ft, 1MJ.
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FIND THE DUTCHMAN
ill $B -Sp1 j I
,llo lays the' law down firmly,
For the Coventor reels no rear;
lie la slauucli ami to thu purpose.
Find the Dutilitnan lie Is near.
the night, the paaieisby looked Willi
ipicstloiiiug iurio.ilt) on the two peas
ant I'hlldieu who ticeoiupunltd the
shepherd to his home,.
Arrived at the shepherd's father's
cottage the pilmeas nnd pillicn weio
met ut the door by the shepherd's mo
ther, 11 loud-voiced, cold-fnced woman
who said It uould not do fin her io
take lu HntiiKcis, eapei'lnll) lost iml
drtii. "If ye are lost," shu said, "I'll turn
)c over tn tho Council of Fatheis,
They'll hold ye till tomeone with tight
I11I ptoof (Mile to claim ye." Hut tho
pi luce ami princess would not ugleo
to being turned over to the Couuill or
Fatheis, uud thanking tho shepherd
loy for hla kindness to them that uft
I'liiouu, , departed down the stteei.
They walked on for borne little ills
lance,, following n path which led
Ihiunslt n pretty grovo or llowerlng
trees A's tliei went ulong the litili
prlniei.s whibpeicd to the prince. "The
person who kindly Inkiv compnst'inn
on us shall be fully and Justly lewatn
id. We aie oal tor ti night or titti and
txiicilenie. but he or bIio who takes
compabidou 011 us, thinking we me lost
pciuiaut chlldieii, shall be tlie rulmi
envy of hl or her nelglihoj-s."
The) slopiicu near u gam leading In
to u putty and well-kept ot of thatch.
Tho piiucess tailed 01ft to 11 man who
(!.r op tiii: lli:visi:n I.avvh up Hawaii,
.ATIMI 'III Kl.i:t."IIO.NK.
was pruning a giupovinu over thu door.
"May two lost ililldren nunc In, gooo
sir, and have u "crust of bread and n
horn of wine nnd be sheltered flout
' the night?"
' The .mail put down hU pinning knife
uud came to the gate, lie had an tut-
pleatiiut race, heavy and aellUh. He
called to someone lu the house to come
hither. A woman with u baby lu her
anna stepped Into the doorway. "Two
vanderlng brats," laughed thu mail,
IHiluilug to tlie, dUn'alaed rallies at toe
gate, and speaking to his wire. "They
am begging biead and bed for Hie
night. Whitl say you, wire?"
1 The woman looked nt tho llttlo ones
in their unkempt clothes nnd said,
wllh n loss or her head: "Them don't
belong on this aide tho mountain. Let
'(III go where they belong. IJvery vll-
lugo keeps lis own paupers, Comu
don't bo wiistlng timo talking lo two
niiiawu) brats whut may ho witch and
vizard ror all wo know. Thu Inotli
'and cake la 011 the table and thu vvluo
,is ponied into tho tankards. Ho conio
.I11I0 the house uud shut tho door."
I Thu man luiiKhed harshly, waving
his big hand to'vaid tho mountain,
i.aylng. "He off, and don't comu bug
eliig iibout heio any mora." .
Tho piluccss and pilnco wenl away,
looking, buck with smiles lit their pret
ty eyes, for they knew that nt any
A giuml rail hlmll ho so eoiirtructed and jiluced that only
such persons us are inside said rail eau approach within six
feet of the h.tllol Imxes and of hitch voting shelves or compart
ments. The nrranj;eiuoiils shall he such that neither the hallot hoxes
nor tho voting shelves or eoinpui'tuteiils shall he hidden from
tho view of tlioMi just oiitsiilii the said giuml rail. '
Xo pei'Min other than tliu election ollleers, and voters in the
act of preparing their votes, or voting, shall ho admitted within
(aid rail, except liy atilhority of the inspectors for tint purpose
of keeping order and enforcing the law.
Kncli voting shelf or compartment shall ho kept provided
with conveniences for marking the hallots."
Sihtio.n i. This Act shall lake elTeet from the ditto of its
Approved this ",:iid day of .March, A. h 11107.
fl. It. CAIlTKIt, '
(lovernor of the Territory of Hawaii.
;: a a a a a a- a :: :: t
i'. it it it it it it it it it :t it i
2Rlli Day Aflet noon Session.
Cleik Suvlilga liifoimed the House
thai House lllll l:'u, relating to icgia
1 1 at lull of conaituership, had Jiassed
thlt'il leading in Senate.
The Supnilntcndcnt of Public Woikb
infoi med the lioitbo that ho would fur-
iilsh' luforumliim perlalnlng to tho
water workii on tho Island of Maul
Placed on file. ,
Tho lleallli and 1'ollce Coiuinllteo ro
polled on CommunUtillon 17, llttlo
diiccd by Ittce, lohttlng to an appiot
inoincnt they could turn the mini lulu
r tree iitump If they an wlahod In do.
They went oil to tliu very outskirts of
the lllngu nnd t:ipH'd nt thn ihsir of 11
lXKir, tiiinhhwlowh cot whoro Ihalcli
wat coming nil apart, loin lug great
holes for tho wind and ruin to enter
through. In nnswer In their knock 11 '
weak tnlro said: "Conic In. mid may
the l.oid bless you." Thu princess op-
cued ilie door mid walked lit. Hie
Iirlnce following. They entered 11
i.m.ill ntul tdiuhhllv riirnlalied loom,
i where Mit 11 thin, )orly dressed wo- eess Cloudlet, daiiKhlei id tho Qucon
j man in 11 chair tiuralng 11 sick child. (lI Fi,re,t in the 1111 nlus. I mid my
Two oilier children. liuiigry-liKiklng 111- brother canio out Tor a fmlle: wo Hud
,lle things, sat p!.i)lng by tho open',, most wouhy woman in great need,
j window. There was no light sno what sp" It costs me nothing hut n most
icuino In througli the window, ami no ,oly v.lali and 11 wave of the wand to
ipiep-iraUons were being made for thu change misery Into happiness, 1 limn
liM'tilng meal. ,,, en happ to do m. Your geii'
I "We nro two lint rltllilrcti from oer ( Millcllud" for and generosity to.
tho mountain," said thu princess, step- ttnn ttt tiltlo Hpjuinl heggnr chll-
plni; cloau to thu woman. "May wo ,i,c i,.ls nils tilgjit brought you 11 Just
rtoi hetu tonight and sleep In jnur i,.wnrd. Till the news to your nilllslt
1 house?" iiiwiiaiiirii uud their heartless wives.
"WI111I, joii two lonely llltlo things
a deur little lass and 11 lad lost on
tho lnounlulii?" asked the wnnmii, rls-
lug and putting the sick child In lis
crib. "Sit down, ror your feet must
bo weary What I hnui In Hie cnji-
Lboard shall bo eiptally divided be-
twceii von mid 111 v own niccloiis lambs.
1 ,. , , , ' . '. . - ,,
It la but ti crust and a bowl of' goats
tnllk, lint you aio welcome to )nr
rllil'l" . ...
1 1 no princess iiiesuoneii in a cniup
Ii-Ii way tho Kor woman nnd lcnrnud
that phe was 11 widow, her husband
having Just been burled after an III
noss of many yeais They wero on
thu verge of starvation, tor the poor
milium ennui in 11 feet inn in i,i i in
her garden on account or her sick
bub). And the neighbors? Oh, the)
kept nvviiy lest they might bo called
upon to assist her III hev (listless.
Ah thu good woman wan gutting tho
morsel of food from (ho cupboard tho
pilnceas whispered to tho prince,'
wlicrciixm ho rose iptlckly and paused!
nut of the bouse. When tho widow
inked for him the prim ess made an
vxcttEC saying that they had a fow;
minll coins, and that shn had sent her'
Mother to buy something to udd to tho
Half an hour passed by nnd tho
door opened nnd tho prlnco entered,
Ho handed n small nrtlclu tn his sis
ter, which proved lo bo her wand. Shn
had sent him to thu mountain shje for
II. Hiilslug It above -hur head she
npoko sonio low words, waved tho
wand three times and touched tliu
sick child In the crib "with It. Kor a '
'moment nil vvns darkness In tho toom,l
j Then light ns from the sun burst forth
I and showed tho room to havo changed
'Into n most beautiful and cheerful
' nlace. A table HPlcail with pinvislous
iieeimleil tin. renter of tho room nnd it
Ml invtlMf fltMnVMinWUlUaiHiniHiJrwHwknnAt. mm- - .-- - .
. - .
ReS.d And Reflect
i ' " ' ' ir'V""1"i.i(-TT -y - v'"orrH'
pilutlon of $2t0o u eur for the nm-
nlm fivtiiitiufrt nt tlin AKtdCilltl'll CllHI
n - " ..-...
llles The Couur.ltco locouunendid;.;-..-, --. wai.e,
that It bo tabled us there Is no to.im, ..TV S()ls Zmi Alil,niBt , ,IV SonH,
or place wherein such Item could bo 0 tlrecce." In the evening, llnv. 1J.
Iiiscitcd. Adopled. 111. Turner will pieaih. Sitbjecl
Kiilaua liitiodueul a lesoiution, iiiuk-
lug additional him lourlutlnu for tin
coiuplcllou or the KulihI-waena school,
Honolulu, The amount asked foi is
JtlOOU, uud liaiSHl lltrt lending. IU-
lened lo the Priming Cjuunlttco.
llouso Dill 7.1. providing for salaries
and pay of emplo)cea of Hie lei'illor)
passed second leading nnd wait lofunod Jeru. alein." by l'atkvr-Itcea.
to Iho Comitilttco or tho Whole o hV A lordlnl Invllatlgii Is eNtcudcd lo
taken up on Mondn, llio juibllc lu uttead w4 servlccH,
slntiiR Kervlug woman wllli n kindly
faco was tlieio In wnlt Upon lliem, Thu
baby In tliu crib was lnu?hliiR nnd
crowing In health nnd tho two llltlo
cues on the floor wero stlrrnutnled
wllh pretty tn)s. All was hrighttiuim
nnd good cheer.
Tho poor widow rubbed her eyes,
ruvlng In n dareln) : "Am 1 In ill earn
land? Shall I rnott nvvnkc tn find my
poor lamha sick ntul liutiKiy?"
"Heboid" suld thu princess, nsmini-
lug her iltthlful form. "I 11111 tho Piln-
riimusli their wnnl or charily limy
mu, ,,H (llj HM., inning lliulr for-
nn.H lnui0 ,y magic roc lliem."
Tu,n ,M)ilng her wiind toward ti
Klmll ,asrl ,l(, ,(Km, (he tnhf
l.lln..UH li im. fnlrv nrlnrc ileum leil.
.,..,,. . t.irilH ocr tho lllage. Aflor
.,.. 1 1... ,. 1.1..,,. i..,ii,i i,,in
uien iieii,u line tie. i,,..,. .."
(1l(1 i,,,,,), t0 llnd It full of gold coins
(,r )nrK(. iic-iKimlnatloi.
"Uicli! 1 Ich! my darlings," sln Kild,
... ,lf Krni ini.t.. htreamlng from her
eyeii. No moie snail we wniii 101
food. I shall Imv n gient rnrm loiiior
low and Idle men to work It. Oh. Joy
be In the dear little Fairy prluce.s unit
Pelet had n little lamb.
IU lleeie '.i blnek lis jet;
And everywhere that Peter went
That lamb would go. miii bet.
,1- .. . m cm 1
JXjr- "FOft RCNT" cards on sale
at the Bulletin office
. .b 4 iAbfei.jl..hniHIfMIMn
ilitll l)a Afteilioon Sehrioii.
Renatu lllll l','.l, li luting In i tii' estab
lishment nf piivute hcliuols, passed
Heimte lllll Ti:, piovldlug ngalusl tho
cutting through u gowriiiucul road
without permission fiom the Hoard of
Supervisors, win tiferrcd to the Lands
Heiiuto lllll 77, providing that Iho
uppoliiHvii lountv olllelulu shall. bo juild '
mote than the County TiiMsiuei', was
icfeired to the Hpeclul County Com
mittee. House lllll li::, the nuloinobllu lull,
was tabled to be considered with tho
substitute-hill olleied h) tho Judiciary
An adjournment was taken until lu
a. m. tho following day.
, ,,.,. ,. ,
"Trliiinph and Tears."
I'he musliul iiio-iain la na followa:
Morning Antliem by tho Choir
"I'lepare Vi tho v'nv." u Catrott
Orfei'lon Solo "Ahblo wllh Me."
I.lddle, b Miss Center.
Kvcning Anllieiys by tho Choir
'The I'nlniii." by l''auie. and also
J ( &. CZsv
HByjfKdv y Try
.-m '! ! ii ii n n i it IV ..
n iMrjUtftrninihaHi Mi '.jmm,