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I ....V I, of Dripstone, Now South VuIlr, Australia, seni'i us this letter, wl.h 1 W i. olograph: iaiMi(Mcn1vt I'm rv lllri.ilfor llirco wooUh w.m ili'litiKim in ir'y n'l tin time, mnl my Urn n (l("-nlriil c '. T i !"i turn mIiI It wimliliNi'l )iilMiiiltie. I it ii ny lure mi'i k I nilU'riiltliiMiiost Irlflit li.gui.y; tiiu"!in lnjr nil H'ltlnl in i .it In 'i. I linn unit to Hwlncv IIipm lt.nl. v '(i ill il flora of l"t v'rui taken Irom im Ii,-. Im' I irmv vp.U.lt mill VI ikl'T. in 'II I I'll ninny tiiUn nil liaiiil. I tlii'ti lr.t I'm Ii nt limt Mirel) illf Tin i I x 1 nlHitlli'iif it, lirlli Iiik "l ( I ouplit 1110 IS" $rfb v 9 sin iarsaDanlla ltd I'l inn kimhI nt onrp. In nil 1 il'fit llftrrn IkiUIi'M. llliniitiloiilit It Mini my life, cuii :i(ti r Kl-Jli'cn lnoiitliiiif fluttering. Taki" Ajit'iI 1'IIN with tr.n .-.irMarlll.i. .Prepared by t)r. J. C. A)cr Co., t ocll, Mass., U. S. A. aftiiii .lunui: iiiTTi.i:. Attonit-y-dcupnil nml High Slirrlir Don't l.lkc His Way. Judge Little was handed a Ho nolulu paper containing the item below, and asked by a Triiiunh reporter what he had to say about it. The Judge took the paper and read: "In all probability the attorney general's department will during the year institute proceedings to determine the right of Judge Little of the Fourth Circuit court, to ex ercise control over all characters of prisoners convicted before him. "At the last term of that court eleven prisoners were convicted of felonies and sentenced to long terms in jail. Under the ruling of Judge Little all of those were ordered kept in the jail in his district. .It is con tended by the High Sheriff that the proper place for them is in the Territorial prison at Honolulu. Under the statutes, the High Sheriff is said to have jurisdiction over all prisoners convicted in the territory but, according to this rul ing by Judge Little, the High Sheriff is not permitted to exercise that right. "It is claimed that the long term people should both from a legal standpoint as well as for economi cal reasons be sent to the prison here. They could be maintained at far less expense and the High Sheriff considers that this is the proper place for them to be kept. The custom in the past has been to transfer the long term prisoners, those convicted for a year or more, to the Honolulu jail while shorter terms are seived in the districts where the convictions were ob tained." "What do I think of that, is easy to say," replied the Judge "There is no Territorial prison and no United States prihon in this Terri tory. The statute refers to the Oahu jail, or prison as it does to the Ililo jail or prison. ' "The Sheriff of the Island of Ha waii, has a baliwick which in area is 4200 square miles. This is 2200 square mile's more than double the size of all the other islands to gether. "The Oahu jail is no more se cure than the Hilo jail as is evi denced by the escape of two mur derers, sentenced from the Fourth Circuit and sent to Oahu for safe keeping. "The custom of working con victs on the public road and on the repair of bridges, etc., which ob tains in this island, is much better subserved by keeping the convicts on Hawaii than by sending them to Oahu, where for fifty years the oligarchy that has controlled the government have used the public treasury for funds and the Courts for labor to build up and beautify the few acres which conipo.se the Island of Oalin. "The day for decisions of ex pediency from our courts are past and neither the courts nor the At torney General's department arc invested with Legislative powers. "Regarding the article published at Honolulu' all I have to say is that neither the High Sheriff nor the Attorney General can run my couit. L. A. Andrews is the Sheriff of my Judical District and must obey my orders or I shall enforce them in accordance with the law." HAWAIIAN'S WASHINGTON. Parker- l'laits for llln Will or ItlKllt ami Mio llcl('Ratcslili. George A. Davis, who ,is in Washington, D. C, with the Sam Parker Prince David party stated to a press correspondent in the Capital City that he was not there upon any political errand. He is there primarily to appear in the celebrated case of the Territory of 1 Hawaii vs. Osaki Mankichi. This is the case appealed to the United States Supreme Court by Attorney I General K. P. Dole and involves ! all local decisions tipcn the ques tion of whether the Constitution (followed the (lag to Hawaii or not. (Thc reports say that Solicitor-Gen eral Richards is showing many courtesies in the matter and hopes to have the case advanced for an early decision. "I am on no political errand whatever," persisted Judge Davis, when politics were mentioned to him. "You can say to the people of Hawaii, ii you care to, that the only political matter I am con cerned in is the election of Col. Parker to the National Congress as a delegate from Hawaii I was his chief lieutenant in the last Con- gresstonal campaign, and I expect to perform a like office for him in the campaign this coming summer." The same despatches report that the Kohala water scheme has ap peared in Congress. G. T. Mc Crosson, who has charge, of the matter for Col. Sam Parker, is at Washington. Parker in speaking of the matter said: "We arc go ing to get the bill introduced as soon as possible." Mr. McCrosson said: "We shall try to get the bill ready to be introduced in a week or two. We planned, of course, to have Delegate Wilcox introduce it, but he is so ill now that we cannot tell when he will be out again. We propose to incorporate in the bill a provision to have the land laws of the United States extended to the Territory of Hawaii, so far as they apply to telephones, tele graph, building of railroads and construction of ditches. These general laud laws of the United States provide that such companies have right to proceed with their operations by filing copies of their maps, their surveys, and the like, and specifying what they intend to accomplish." The Hawaiian party is stopping at the Raleigh Hotel. They were conspicuous figures at the White House receptions. Agree, to Ai'liitrnlloii. Washington, Jan. iS. Secretary Hay has received a telegram from William I. lUichauan, president of the United States delegation at the Pan-American Congress, fully con firming the press reports that a complete understanding has been reached 011 the question of arbitra tion before the congress. This sub ject was the only one promising serious difficulty in adjustment and the officials are now satisfied that the congress will be a success. It is expected that, with this last obstacle removed, such rapid pro gress will be made in fixing the final protocol and of securing the signatures of the delegates that the congress will be able to adjourn within the present mouth. Mr. U heeler Cot Kill or His Itlieii inatihiii. "pining the winter of 1S9S I was so lame in my joints, in fact all over my body, that I could hardly hobble around, when I bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm. From the fust appli cation I began to get well, and was cured and have worked steadily all the year. U. WliiiKl.KK, Nuith wood, N. Y., U. S. A. For sale by Ililo Drug Co. LOCKINGTON'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM.. Undertaking and Undertaker's Supplies New'Stock of Elegant Pictures and Paintings Bedroom Suites, Elegant Rugs, Desks and Office Furniture. Was never so full or linrpihih ns now. All pious come dlreel ciinlilliit,' the tery liest II cures 1o lie iiotoil. CEO. W. LOCKINCTON, HILO FURNITURE STORE SVEA Of (lotlicnlHirg, Sweden Assets (Home Office) .... 7i3h,o(3-S6 Asicts in U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43 Pacific Const Department: IJDW'AUD ItROWN & SON'S, General Agents 411.413 California St., San Prnncisco. H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd. 1 1 ..vw.x 1 r .a.ic Engineering and Construction Co. Rooms 508, 509, 510 Stangcnwald Building, Honolulu, T. II. All classes of KiiKiuecriiif; work solicited. lCxniuinatious, Surveys nml Reports innilc for any class of Waterworks, Steam ami Electrical Construc tion. Plans ami Specifications ami Kstimntcs prcpateil, nml Construction SllDeriiitiMiileil in nil liriini'lies of Kiii'inrerinir Worlc. Contracts solicited for Railroads, electric and stcniu; foundations, Piers, Whnrvcs, etc. SPECIAL ATTENTION iiivcii Reports of properties for investment purposes. FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E., Enginoor and Manager. W. R. CASTLE, JR., Socrotary and Treasurer. P. O. Box 537. N. Ohlanilt. J. C OhlnnJt, ESTABLISHED 1864 N. OHLANDT & CO. MANUI'ACTUKKKS FERTILIZERS OP Eoerij Description. Hone Mcul, Sulphate ol Potash, Swl plinle of Ammonia, Alaska Fish Scrap, High Grade Tankage. SAN FRANCISCO, CA. Offico: 127 Mailed Street. Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we gunrantee to lie correct. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, OUIHiKS FlUlil) AT SHOUT XOTICB. THE SINGER MOVES. It sells like hot cakes. It runs as easy as perpetual motion. It is a household neces sity. The Ililo IIeadciiartersoftheSINGKR MANUFACTURING COMPANY have been moved to new rooms 011 llnde Street, opposite the First Hank of Hilo. Kverybody welcome. ::::;::: Singer Manufacturing Co. Our new Telephone No. is 178 P. 0. Uox 43 0 INSURANCE COMPANY Rosidont Agents, HILO w Tunnels, Undoes, lliiildiugs, Highways, ( f to Examinations, Valuations, and 4 J. A. C. II. 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