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Maui Views PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY brncE. HAIT.EV BLOCK, Main St. WAILIKU, MAUI, !!.!. subscription I I S UilO VClir. (II1. llllVa V' ,) . !..)0 i aiy inolili i. . l,,itl i . T'.-.i' i'nlni. : 1';c N"i:w I'.ilmlt cwnn.ml.-ii-tl-i.is H i ii -r i'-i n'. topic. i. Wrii' only o-i i.n.'.si.irif t-r. Vi'.-ii vn.ir i:rm.' ttiiich will lu- h'-l.l'ci.nlM.'Htial If il.'slivil. G. B. ROBERTSON. Ed. and Prop, MRS. C. B. ROBERTSON, Bu Mgr. Saturday, March' 3 1 . 1 Wanted, a drug slo'c'. There is not a batter opening any where for a retail drug store limn in Wailuku. We want one1 with an iee cream, soda and stationery attachment. Ve want oi'.r with a green light in one window4 and a l'ed light in the otlier. If a skillful druggist who is a graduate of .some reputable school of phurniaey will come hWe and bring; a., fresh, lot of ft ist class drugs and medicines, ar'd in addition to .his will carry a stock of fancy articles, such as are usually handled by druggists, including; the inevitable soda fount lin. or at lenst a nlillc-shakc outfit, he will make money. Wo have two physician's in Wailuku. Vitb a third pvomiso.l, and these gentlemen, to s';y nothing of physicians iu the neighboring villages, would orily. be toe glad tei patronize a drug gist mi whom they could rely. Tliere is also a Kijayy deniaujl for patent me.licines which v. ou'etprove an important foaluu'c ir the business. It would be well for some one of the Honolulu' vvho'cs'alo drug houses to make a note of this," i tr 1" -i . ' i . . . .-jj uM A pebble dropped into a pond ponds a l'ipplo to the Utte 'i y.ost parts of its borders, and its vibratiitns prepuce an indesi'ru 'able offoct. So the editorial work of the Key.' Cliarles Sheldon w 1 be felt among the masses of newspaper1 men; and it is to be hoped that his work will bear fruit. . . . ? Hut the scope of ilie religious .ewppaj-'i'ij l, so di'tidii'trrom that of the daily or Weekly nevvspnper that ,tiie incougru;!y of trying t conduct a religious paper along the lines of a st.ictl.y news pioer gives a sense of pain to the ordinary lay man. The . . . i i ' 1 War C;y which is left oil oijr desk ovciy Saturday, will i;j our opinion, do move good than (lie Christian Capital can he; o to accomplish, for iht simple reason that the V av Cry is working along legitimate h'acs.' , m The feal is cxpiTSfjod in some quai tels U).at the CJiint se com panies being organized In Honolulu are fin imitation of tlie highbind or org mizatioiYs in Sanlrncisco Th:s ishardlj j-;cbal?, for two reasons. Flrsi. the co.nditii-r.s areso different in tlie i.s:ads from those of Caiifovnja Umt .sucji organizations would Got find cotitfonial conditions iri which to exist,, and secondly Vei'y different class of Chinese make heir homes iri the. Ihe Chinese of the , tslan'ls are. a shrewa.' I'ralticat sol of busi- il In i 1 . . . 1,1 . f I f''4! f I n ' . T , 11 ness men H a, general rule, 'dm while of ccutse Iheir standard of morals and ethics are esseritiidlj' different from tlioao of (lio Cauca- ne morals and cihics are qssentiidly Man race, still tney are not to be classed witn tlie scuni ol t'hma which was raked up and imported to California to nuild thf1 Central Pacific. . . .... 9 9 t- ' .... I . . . . Over a w'etk luts elapsed since Maiil rarrCcived a ?1iai Honolulu. Once before the News hact ti'. refer to tlfeniuti ... . . ' ' . 'it hi .1 : :t r.'lf tonally .:nu usk for a more efpf;icnt 'au, Boryice: , lJ.,,y.htt nt;er Island boats cannot perfouiu Hi required fjerviee. f)prt;ai's tlie secured. xhH mylleti, don't bite any tr",like il at, Alolokai. and.iiiosp ,lhat do bite itdji'1 have they did last fall opium in their moullis. It is liiive oJTr-red to sell bet- to the .... . , be a good idea to buy hrr and set her to tiie tiluk oi carrying the mails. " (H The government law ai'propriated 45'l.!il,fl.'of- fj.'r public needs in, Honolulu, and 4?74,(j(0 for Hilo. discrepancy and generouslv pleads for Hilu. . ; t - ? - , , . ' i , . The cev" wisjjes (o joih.hl this j-JAi, so far as Ililo isroncei'iu'd b(t:ause it possible tm it1 should ,be giyen to 4Hilo for her ini mediate needs. But the News would se,i Lciisiy regret to see one dollar tak en off of the Honolulu upprpvialioh .Evqrj- cert which was voted js needed to make Hon. iulu , what she, should, be., th'e gate city. the garden city and the pride of & v . . - n 8a "Anon;. i?bus inuMes In a little quiet fun in iiiicilicr ci.lui: rebitiv;- tothe Lahnu .quarantine. i Putjt seems lo us, spc'kJ ditorially. that Li'haina has a cause the cibiect of a Quarantine ' ' i ' s ..i , .- , disease', jind Laluuna t hCwfj. af.lt;a by no means of certain tliat f he ciuarantine had bec;n conducted in Kahului was quarantined prior to trio advent of the plague; o e It is too early yet tn make be tliHjdemocratic candidate tel or'.jntf y.jinley in the ne.rt nresi dentin! 'f but at present Bryan is in the lead. . If the .o,Jy-.taign is tc be- fougi',' on the lines which ho indicates, lie will surely Vet lio nun'. .Hut as a iratjer of fact, new issues are always, pojiping up unexpectedly in An.friean poljtics, Jience it is too caily to predict what the issues or who Ihe standard bearers will be. ExS -A qwc'.&tion has arisen here J.elu'h e to how' Jar a, man way go in tlm niutter of preventing anyone fayui criis.i'g.teij'ardino! Oene.M'ally speaking, a man would be jt'.'jijVd. in resort iri. o .the extrc-iiiest measures. Tlie statement is ij,vl,J.hat at New Orhu'bs a man would slu'ot his father if the old gentle man should .try t cross the dead line in a yellow fever epidemic. The case pending here will bo wa'ched with interest. -. , ... . .. j llu'ie fa, no iv.(r interfbted class of readers of the Nev.s iha-j Ihe native' Jlawuiiaus. There u re but ft w'.of tuem v ho cannot reae Fuglish. as over nirtt.y,4e.r cent, cfdhenj I'eac! Hawaiian; Already a movement is on foot among them to issue a Hvaiiu'i weekly at .the New office, and it. would riot be surprisK? in v few months the Hawaiian of Maui liove a weekly pii; cc 'A 'zJ. " )3. BOCaC Hun. .T. V'. Kiiim.Tlrciill .tml:i, .1. K. N. Ivi'i ln. I'lcrlt Mri'iilt Court, liiitvr McKay. Ulst. MiinlHtnit. Knlmimnlutm, , Wultumi Wnilukn .MiiUiiwui l.ufiiiiiui poii.ii.ulti Hi'ini ivlimhuln Mclokiil Litlml V,.lluku VtiMulm J;Uiivni ..Hll'llll. .Hi. nr. Molnllu'.i .W11il11k.11 .iuU-.it1. no l,.Il.ilr.l Ha:ii Haiku. Vt ailnliii I 'n hi La'irli'.u Ham. l)llUMl!rUf, KiilHUitu, ii .li.. i IMiiiuimi, " Ki'honhulnllilllt, " " Hillilnin, lu'rlft. ,. l. M N. H:-.vsi kli n. Dt imly tfhcrtlT, W. H. K'lllf. ('. R. I.ln.lsii.v, " " K. Will-KcU, '.' " (i. Trimlilo, ,; " litlV li . 1 1 1 , e. (l)l;,i!l P(tk' S. K.'li'.iiut. M. K'uniii .luiii, " " l.li.lwy. K. .). Fr.Miry. ' " C-H. Dk-lii'y, Tax Awswir, VV. T. I'u'i'tivili. Ucimly AsKi'of, W. O. Aikvu, i. !;i:m. " " J. e;ros, " " Islands n.om. Those of California . , . ' k r.i at ram er edi- saiu that th? owners )A the, Alalolo Govui - nmeiiL ajit pciJiajiH il, Would I ! 1 1 .1 ' I . ' i ... I ... I ----- , The Advertiser points o -l the the Hawaiian Islands. lunm. i mg little th. best end of the ioke. be is tc nrpvent. the sili'eiid of the w r- ir t .r ti if i i biD of health ttoday, which it is c rjj.kl have t tme if L.ihaina the slip-,shod jnanne; in which any definite for.eeast,as to wl.o will t c r.. ... MAUI he.don'8 CHRISTIAN bAltY. The KfV. Charles M: iicklon's newsjinper. edited aw Cliiant would eilit it in the estiintUloil ii'f tlie rev erend gentleman, h hei-li. The now jourimlislie. Moses is iif';0'i"g tlie test fairly and squarely: , 2?o challenge has been thrown pi li'un that he has not accepted. His deiuii'te'-e from the accepted n clliods and rules of jounlalisiii are ruilical. News is buried in the background; special ar ticles intended to benefit mankind, Ixidy and soul, occupy the places of honor1 on the front page under "ser.ro" heads. The first article 'on the Hi st page is a prayer, written for the. occasion by' Bishop Vincent. The first bond on the first page deals with the famine in Tnd'.A, and sand wiched in between the head and what Mr. Sheldon regards as the news is an editorial appeal for aid. The head Is as follows: ''Starving India. Fifty Million People Affected by the Faniin'e. Conditions Growing AVorse Instead of Hotter. The Urgent Need of Aid From Christian America." The second head on tlie first page deals with the department that in worldly newspapers would called 'Transvaal war." Mr. Sheldon's method of handling the South Afri can conflict is told hi this head, which is: 'The War Srarit A Phy.-ician Diagnoses It as Jtilitarv Fever A Disease Epidemic In All Latitudes Its Causes, Dangers and Cures." The next place of honor, the third column, is a "story" which tells how prohibition has succeeded in Kansas. The fourth, head on the first page exploits an article which Jias no ap parent news interest, but , the Itev. Mr J Sheldon, is not wedded to news as tlie world has learned to under stand it. The head follows: '"Colorado's Burden -Consumptives Come to It From All the States' A Call Upon the Nation's' Philanthropy to Help Provide for , Them." , Buried on the first page is a story" which luiks the liquor evil with the industrial problem, the head being: The Cry for Work-The Answer the Sahxm Sluices to It -Fearful Waste Caused by the Liquor Industry It Makes i Millions Idle." . Old newsiianer nien will coiisider the first Sheldon Capital a freak. The first pago contains ho news, the : ' '.i .; i j ii,.. ii. VOCOHU IS UOYUUM.I III t'UllitUlill, II1C id telegraph news', the fourth o local intelligeul'c niu given c1vcr to coiitrihvt and the fifth is tors who hnve yiewrf. The last three are filled with advertlsonKuits, alibuiiched together.' The Capital begins with a subscrip tion list of 380,0(1(1 and street sales m the larger cities are expected to bring the total to oilil.oiMt. jjh ex pert has estimated tri t the total ro- ceip'ts will approximate 11011,0110, in cluding advertising, and that the ex penses will reach WO.OIIO for the week. i, , What will be done with the profit of S70.000.only the Capital publishers aild Mr.,She.ldon can say, and they have uot yet decided. S. F: Chroni cle. TliIiPOIEIS NINETY. The Catholic nonagenarians of the world present an address of oongrat ulatioa to Pope Leo 311 on the oc casion of tje holv year, as the sov creign pontiff completed his liintieth vear la.st Friduv. The iuhu of this novel .address by fg'r.J.!w, heaiiy a ci'iiturv Oleh oi'iginated. it is. said, in the jiiilid of an aged priest ii! Tliun Switxe viand, The suggestion r.-a: met with favor on the continent and copies elf the document were prepar e'd for signatures. .The following a translation jrii the tte.itress: "liav ing. arrived a.1, an io i hcu the soul feel;-- itself frv.v fronhtiW'iie'OS which at other ctat'P of life, oftc'n n'ir lead or smother its nobler impulses, the undersigned are able to understand more than ever before ttiose great truths of which your holiness has nevfr vejarled in reminding the1 world-ami) .which tjiij latter, to U own nii.sforomr, .otivtyilitely Ignore s Tlut ivnu'nibvanie of, til',',, great part of. youy,', holiness' i.ife ,iaust4 fill yoyi" fou wi.tit gratitiule, ;o. (,od for,,. ul Uut he; hiiS ace.ii.ljhhed t!ire:':ixV ypu-. , AiU i,b this eepi',iiousne,ss ilu'. t v i taii'iy be . indebti'd the tiuurisli ing hi'iith, .the .cer useful strength .which are the , wonder of tiie wout 4 t:d the loy.i-f J,ho:,ucivc,rsul churoh.' 1'his date hu.f ; Li:".:i)le siguijleiviice. lis it is also the twenty-first jnidver siu'v of the coronation i of the Po)e. gratuhitions of He received tlu con the high prelates in the throne ro)m.'l Mow ths Sriflfe Bill wn Pnssccl. The follcnx'ing inter'sting account of the fortuiiey O'f tlie lfawaiian Dill in the Senate has b'eei'i received at this otiice fr'oirt' one Who is in close touch wifli legislative matters at Washington: I send you today a copy of the bill as it pasifed the Senate on Thursday. March f-. The clause ratifying and Continuing the titles to lands take n up bet ween August 12, and Sept. It. lSil'!, remains in the bill with a slight alteration, but il hud a very narrow escape. Senator Itan ",'rough. of North Dakota, had niovl d to strike it out. and after a slight show of opposition by Senator Culioni this was done by ''unanimous consent." not a vote being cast for or against it.- A few miiiuteu later Senator Spooncr'th'sired to offer an amendment to this clause, when he was reminded tint the whole thing hud just been stricken out. "You want it put back?" asked Senator Piatt. "Do not let it go out," replied Mr. Spoolier. as if it had been a eat they were chasing around the Senate chamber. Senator Cullcm then poured o'l on the If'Wublod waters by saying: ''We will put it hack, then." Thl President pro teiiiplore (Sen tor Frye): '"That amendment just went out By unanimous eonserit." Senator Cullom: ''I hope it will go bi'ck by unanimous consent." The President pro tempore: "Shall it go back by uuuuiimtus consent? The' Chair hears no objection, and it is hack." So. after plaA ing f .olball with the lucstion of our lands and kicking it t about from one end of the Senate to the other, it was lost sight of in the diversion of another amendment, and so it remains in the bill, slightly modified. A great danger threatened the bill a few moments before its final passage, when Senator Piatt; of Con necticut, offered an amendment pro viding that nothing In the bill should be understood to imply or promise that Hawaii would ever become a Slate of the Union, or attached to any State. Of course no congress an bind the act ion of a future con gress, but the meaning of tins amend ment was that Hawaii should forever remain a colony of the United States, somewhaf analogous1 to the Indian Territory or Alaska. Fortunately, Senate),!' Morgan, who has so long hanipioned the cause of Hawaii, was alert, and made the point of order Ugtiinst the amendment that tlie hour of 4 o' clock had arrived, at, which time ihe Senate had lonvi'd to vote ii the b'l! and The presiding ;flicer, who tit first seeiui'd incl'mcd to ijl'.ow the amendment to be voted on, final ly sustained the point of order made bv Senator Morgan and ruled the .intendment out. Hilo Tribune QUITE COURECT. From oir poiat of view, we thii it is the office cf a daily or periodic newspaper to do all in its power to inspirit il s readers and to allay every symptom of distress which may wise 'rom ill tidings of any kind. The re at ion of had news is fearful enough in a community of so mixed a population as ours, but the comments of editors tin) often increase the agony, even of rational pemiiis who kiiow full wd thl,'. writers. Of course there, ari soiiiewlu) jihare the political or other one aided opinions Of the editor, vho will fie delighted to find th"ir own ideas expressed in briht. but the others who jthink ditlerontly are entitled to consideration from what should be an m par Ua I teacher in this' country. The. republication of articles on the war jij.'W being waged .'n, Africa, written by writers with a.i-ercw loose, in spite,! of their. e-'.i'VcliK'.'is . when J'h'gU'.'.iil is e oncenvd. is all very well when those on the other sie'.e receive an equal attention, tint it is not necessary to advise generals who are so fur away as t the tactics they should pursue in the war. It is sheer folly to record the insensate remarks itf irrcfSi'iinsible persons who imagine .hey Uiy t'V'iying patriotism by giv ing ve'it'to blatant reuiarl.s, in svm pathv with eitlier side of tlje liellig "re"t J.--- Anglican Church P'troncle. ., 5t fa .always well lo be prepared, unci every Hawaiian who wants to have a voice in ovr next '!ectk:i i.iioukl pay his jtersotuil taxes ator.ci; - 1 j'.nd not take any chances of l.einf I disfranchised by fraling to put uj. j .-ho sinell sum demunded. Indepcn- de-it. ISLAND NEWS FROM HONOLULU Horoi.C'i.f; Mar. 27. The two Sun day su.sj)Ccts, John Hurley, white man froi'it Vineyard street, and Ya masaka. Japaneue from Ka'kaako. have both proven lobe, genuine eases of bubonic plague.- The. postmortem exaiiiination in each case showed un nt'stakeable signs of tlie disease. tiOYAL PANELS STOLEN. Boors With Coat of Aemii Diuap icr.r From Str.te Vehicle. A thief, who has a liking .for,. his toric, relics anil especially those which have been in possession of the royal families of p:is't dee mles, some times ago took the panelled doors of a former royal carriage belonging to Kalakaiui. The carriage is one which lias been . lying in a public street near the lumber yard district, exposed to all kinds of weather, and shows the dilapidating effects of its outdoor existence. The present own er:; have boon notified several tines to remove' the carriage, together with a companion "spider." but no nttontioti hiis been paid . to the re- (uests. ino panels were decorated with the royal coat of arias, and al though soniewhat dim in color, still showed much eif the brilliance of its heyday glory. The possession of these panels would have warmed the; cockles of an . antiquarian's heart but there is little reason to believe that they were removed by any lover of suc h relics. They were probably unhinged and spirited away by an ordinurv thief morel v because an op portimity was pres. ntcd. Advertis er. A New Construction Company. Architect Ripley left; on the Aus tralia for Chicago and other eastern cities. It is understood that Mr Ripley will withdraw from active connection with the . firm oi Kiplov & Die-kev and will take charge of the construction eif steel and concrete buildings. The company of which Mr. Ripley is at the head will be pre pared to erect fire-proof, earthquake proof end microbe proof buildings of anv size and will have, the best known machinery and appliance for the rapid anil, econeiniical construction of such buildings. The Stangenwald block on Merchant street will be the) first to be built by the new method to be adopted bv this company. An expert engineer will accompany Mr. Ripley on his return trip to take his place in the firm of Ripley & Dickey, Advertiser. The Hawaiian Carriage Company is awaiting estimates from the con tractors preparatory to occupying the premises lately acquired by the company on Qut-en street facing the rear of the Judiciary building. It is an important move, for that portion of the street is rapidly bt'eoming the recognized thoroughfare for manu facturing enterprises. The ground in question contains, about S.'i.tilK) sq. ft., more than twice as much as they control on the premises at present occupied. The frontage on Queen stree t will he marked by the erec lion of ar. cilice, . while all available space in the real' will bo utilised for the manufacturing plant; which will bo greatly increased. It is doubtful Whether the entire .rnanufacturin. plaat cau be moved within the next v.; months, but work on the build ings will be carried on stcadilv until the machinery con be hou-e'l. , .What will be tlone with old build lugs on th'r premises back of Hack field A Co. not known at present The property belongs, to tip Wid man estate, but ;.- urihr lea Une of the liUear.g:! was fornier.'y a residence ai!d occupied r.t one time by no less a personage' than theDul ( Edinburgh during his visit Honolulu in ISii'.l. Advertiser. Miss Mary Krout' the accomplish ed iiuthoress and newspaper writei will deliver a short course of lecture at Pauuhi Hall, Oahu College, begin Ing on Monday evening, March IV. .,1 w o I'loclc. lite Ill's i lecture v.i he on "Memorable CcvnioniMs. The second one on ''Dis'-inguishcl Pee).le and When I Sa-v Them,'.' will occur on Tuesday ey'ming, Ajtril Miss Krout has late'" traveled in th lar Fast, w'nere she hal. experience i .f more than ordiiKry interest ai'd and value. Ad vert'. '! Tlie Doric wiil take iio pu.sse ngers. Il is also probable that neither the Moana nor Nippon Maru will take anything except mail for the Coast. .-r.:Y,. ., . ... , FROM HAWAII KKCM T1IK Hll.fl j:mi.u.t. Thhi sda.v'. itdn h 22. Olaa nCttlers rt're satisfied that Hiinutelv thev will receive recogni tion from the authorities' at Wash ington. " . ..... . . The Honolulu fJuhetin has become such a formidable opposition to the wernment that the fumigating officers assign mailed copies of it .to' the hottest place in-Mhcpan. Copies by the last mail were .so saturated with sulphur vM to be almost unread able.' The engagement of . Miss Clara assett to E. N. Hitchcock is nn- louncecl. .;iss i-assett is irom tne States and is in charge of one of. the departments of education in River- ide School. Mr.' Hitchcock is a son of the late Judge Hitchcock , and is with the. Hilo Telephone Co.' Work of dischargl'iig the .31)8 onb. mu!s from the . transport Siam will. begin today. They are all in gooc onditiou; only two were lost on the Hilo. The Siam is the largest transport afloat and is .the one that met with so niiKh bad lucl on a previous voyage;. Upon that occasion most ol her siock dieni. ' 1 ! The Hilo Railway hus located about three miles of Its Puna branch line,'' The railwaV will begin at fl miles ami xtend direct to the Green Lake hill.s . where the jilantation hcaclquarters are to be located. . Tltc- line ,will bo in operation by, the- time the firt trop of cune is ready . for ,. tiie mill. Manager Campbell will put a large foi'ce of men at work clearing lands t Pahoa about April 1." R. II. Davis, otherwise "Dicky,"' came up as piil'ser eif the lvir.au on -' hor last tr'p and received u warm weleoiiip (I'om the business men of, Hilo,'. Mr. Davis., hart been in the.. employ of the Wilder 'a S. S. Co..'. for. the past four years uud ,hs .uniform treatment of tlie public, has ypn. him many friend!. His vHlii)gness to serve the public cheerfully, makes, him ft valuable employee for even in ttses,.wiic,i;e u request cannot be. granted, Djck deies it in a ,way that., makes the incn wlio links the favor feel as well. sii lis tied as if he had re--. r 1- v ii ccuveel what he .wanted Jlr. Davis'.? ' will e eintinu ns put'sef until changed by the coirpany. uiti.-ni.- in frituM TI1K HlI.O illlUUKE l !; ..Alt batiirday, March 21. T! - t: -T'ji ; ms'i."iMp)'i'.idi: Heavy night-rains kcchi to indicate that the old lliitl. rain, pd have npjt. altogether, djlthe pljic hayf just been asleep and tlie ularm clock rli n down. The Hoard rfjuijih had Mr'Ietz." the sanitary lt.'p.ectqr, .uri . carrying the, work ()f ptttthjlo',, ,a dean aiiaju'ultiiful cijnilitloj.jiMtiht alon not withstanding the -fact the jiluguo scare here has fuosided. jil!. -. The Cable Hill poems to take official notice of the fact that Oahu is too small u, point to hit with the end elf a submarine1 telegraph wire, and soliie point on the Island of Ha waii will accordingly be selected. It woukin't be, a bad idea for .the . Administration to take a day oft from their self-imposed job of teaching the Filipinos tli)ejvay.vj' life and do a little missionary work down in "Old Kentucky.", where . the . blue grass whisky jjCeiiis to be' t?ti'onger than usual this year; : ... , . A H'ljO fire is a ycry mean anel unreliable brunch of the general Writer Of conllagralions. Probably that 1.3 wliy the uiuruiy-e companies charge three r'atj:s.on Jtilo property.' Thy. first Ililn.fi re in Jive years oc 9u.r:vd early Saturday rning, just tiK)( Jate to be chroniiled in lust week's Tribune. A morp cjontempt ible trick titn hurdly be imagined. i u; ; : Hilo a lliule landing. We can't se,::i to break away from it. Honolulh we admit, hus,dpiie all she) could tei help us .out, but they will come here. The mules, you under stand, are so far us possible kept front associating with others of their kind; it might make them dissatisfied. Hence they are hot takcu to Hono lulu. . Dr, W. II. Jones of the transport Mem has maele a coupjo of trips to Ok;a plantation, riljiij, Ijfiiles, to look aft,'y. the niules wiry!) .have been sie k there in. fpusiil'i-hibl' .l'irnbers of late. They viere. supjiei i p. be sutt'ering fyoiu ganders a.ivd ,: ji'd been shot, lSlV.4'Jjoweci:i to;, )h'. Jones that the : k kness is only ii sort of influeiua or cokl. wiiie h they will readily re ceiver from, if tliev('are not killed be foro they get a chu'ice.