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' HI ,flF ' ' -T " "" ry -v- -vr- '' wr Tr, r- EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T.. MONDAY, AriUI, 28, 130! f) fJ, kW' t fc, -' 1 L K w ft WANTS SITUATIONS WANTED. eitUBtlonH nnd Help Wanted WANTED By experienced man of 28 occupation ns bookkeeper, store clerk, night watchman, luna or any other position; remuneration $C0 up; first-rate Island references. Apply T. O. box 28. 2124-tl VAHTED Position ns housekeeper or any place of trust, by middle BRed widow; references, Address lira C Jlc, this office 2132-2W WANTED By n young lady, situation ns Blenograpner nnu typewriter; rei- erenccs. Address II, Bulletin offlco 2105-tt Ads In this column will be Inserted t: Perllne.one Insertion 16c Per line, two Insertions.... 2So Per line, one week 30o Per line, two weeks 40o Perllne.one month 60c This Is the cheapest advertising tver offered the people of Honolulu. SPECIAL. NOTICES. BOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night watchmen furnished for buildings, Yus)nss property and residences. Office and Hcstilcnce, School St.; P. O Box 284, Tel. White 3G91. WANTED GENTLEMAN wishes light, nlry room in private family, no further than 18 minutes' walk from postollice. Address ling.. Bulletin office. 2132-lW WANTED KIrst-class barber. II. Jeff's. King Btrcet. 2130-lw WANT your whiskers amputated? Go to Jeffs. Ho shaves for 16c; 6 white barbers. 43 King St. 2011-tf WANTED Everybody to know that the Canton Marine Insurance Co. office Is at Honolulu Investment Co. 2070-tf TO LET. TO LET Pleasant, nlry rooms, 1400 Punchbowl St.; also cottage 2 rooms tor housekeeping. Terms reason able. Call nfter 5 p. m. 2132-lw FOR RENT Very desirable furnished or unfurnished rooms in private nou&o: also furnished rooms for housekeeping; beautiful location, two minutes' walk of postoffice. Ad dress Box C4C. P. O. 2123-tf FOR RENT A small outside room, 7.J0 month; also largo room stilt able for two. 1C9 School, between Fort and nmma. 2130-lw FOR RENT Very deslrablo furnish' cd rooms, nrlvato family. 1452 Mil ler St. nr. Klnau. Call after 6 o'clock. 2130-lw "O LET Seven room cottage on Young St. nr. Keeaumoku; sanitary plumbing; right of way to Hereta nla. Apply 1317 Berctanla. 2130-tf OR RENT Light, airy rooms with ood table board at JG.50 per week. Mrs. McCartney. C19 Hotel St. 2130-lw FOR RENT Furnished rooms en suite with privilege of light housekeeping, at the Island Hotel, 714 Fort St. llooms 23c, SOc, 75c, ?1 per night. 2129-tf TO LET You know that Pacheco's Dandruff Kilter Is a marvellous quick relief for Itching scalps, one application allays the awful Itching, At Union Barber Shop. TO LET Good room, two beds, with oard; on car line; sultablo for two voting men. Terms reasonable. Ad frees Z, this office. 2129-lw TO LET Cottage on Punclfbowl St.; "odem Improvements. Apply to A. G. Cunha, 2d house, above Mormon Church. Floor mntted. 212C-lm HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished Rooms, light and airy; 41.50 to $2.50 per week; hot and cold baths; best board In tho city. FOR RENT Second story of brick building on Bcretanla street, next to Progress Block; 15 rooms with wnsh-baslns In each, connected with sewer, nnd wired for electric lights; suitable for lodgings; at $75 per . month on two years' lease. Address Frank Hustaco, C9 Bcretanla St. 2120 tf TO LET Booms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc Intyre Building, formerly occupied by Vlckery's Art Exhibit Apply to E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s. 2117-tf FOR SALE Two 3-year-old grado Jersey cows Just calved; good milk ers and gentle, giving ten to twelve quarts a day each of rich milk. Ap ply to California Feed Co. 212C-tf TO LET Houso on Young Street at formerly occupied by W. Needham, Esq., near McCully Tract. Has Ihreo sleeping rooms, bath, hot and cold water. Apply E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co. 2117-tf TO LET Residence of J. Cassldy, Watklkl; furnished; good bathing. Apply Wntorhouso & Podmoro. Beth el and King Sts. 2105-if TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en suite nr Blngle; telopliono, etc. Berctanla Ave. cor. Keeaumoku. 2110-tf TO LET rurnlshcd room at 144 Ber rtanla St. near fort; table board If desired. 2104-lm HELP WANTED. Ails, will be InHcrted FREE. WANTED A nurse girl to take care of 3 months-old baby. Apply 1239 Matlock Avenue. 12s tf, TO LET. 1 0 COTTAGES on Vlnejnrd St. ur. Nuuanu, six rooms each, patent w. C. Apply Joaqnlm Sllva, Klnail St. opp. Queen's Hospital. 2120-tf TO LET Itoomy bath tub, with cither hot or cold water nnu all modern Improvements, tall at Silent Bar ber Shop. 2019 tf TO LET Cottages off School St., nr. Nuuanu, $15 and 10. P. K. Jl. Strauch, 32 Campbell block, 31G Port St. 2108-ltn TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs. McConnel's, Garden lane. 2055-tf FOR SALE. FOR SALE Choice vnrletles of FERNS In baskets and pots; cut ferns nlso; Begonias and Caladl ums. Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR, 730 Kl nau SL; Tel. White 3251. 2130-lm FOR SALE A sorrel mare; good fam ily horse, gentle nnd good driver. Hawaiian Trading Co., Love Bldg, 2130-lw FOR SALE Good Hnwallan bred sad dle horse, also buggy, for sale. Write Immediately. P. O. box 833, City. 21S)-tf FOR SALE Cheap, a 30-room lodging bouse, good location, electric lights nnd baths; owner has other busi ness; can give easy terms. Address P. O. box 232. 2129 tf FOR SALE Good square piano, below $75. Apply 777 Fort St. 2127-lw FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter, cuts up to bIx Inches; all new ma chines, now on hand in Honolulu; also one steam launch. W. H, Pain, Punahou. 2120-tf FOR SALE 30 acres of valuable prop erty at Pearl City. Improvements, 3 good houses, rice mill, artesian well. Bearing fruit trees, 5 acres suitable for gardening. Balance un der cultivation In rice. For particu lars apply to J. Armstrong, Pearl City. 2121-lru FOR SALE Eggs from pure bred black Minorcas, Northup strains, $3 per setting. Jeff's, 43 King SL 2110-lm FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad dress II. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of fice. 1991-tf ROOM AND BOARD. HELEN'S COURT Back of Elite; under new management; strictly first-class; light, airy, mosquito proof rooms. Mrs. J. Duggan. THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.; newly furnished rooms, mosquito proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf LOST. LOST Warrant No. 3051. Jnny. 13, 1902. on Incidental Cill and Crimi nal Expense; $5.50. John McLaln. 2132-lt LOST Certificate No. 533 for four shares in the Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd. Return to office of the company, Judd Bldg. 2128-lw Special Sunday Dinner Tho best the markets a3ord served tnd guests h.avo full view of the sea from tho dining room. . . INN L. K. DEE, Proprietor. L. F. Asbahr, Manager. , Take the car to Walklkl. CORNS! If vou have Ih'm vour feet hive &Imlv rmilrJ b6 habits It ft not necessuy to be tuMureJ by corns. Ingrowing nails, bunions chllbUins, etc. They miy b cure4triat Is your feet may b broken of thtlr bad habits. You will b surprised, not only how much mnre easily ani comfortable yon will a'k but wlttt how much more visor anj force you will be at It to think and act In all your business or social Interests cal and see me about this, or send me ord anJ 1 wl 1 call on you Dr. W. R. BoIe, CHIROPODIST. Oregon Block. Union Street above Hotel. Consultation at office frtt. AN HOUR IN THE MORNING THE 8AME HOUR EVERY MORNING or afternoon, given to dictation, will keep your correspondence "cleaned up." Try it a month, J. D. AVERY, Business Correspondent Rcsularltyl Certainty Despatch! Tel. Mtin 76. 95:45. Elite Bldg. Tim Evening llulletln, 75 coots Prr month. Hffl IM HI D BUSINESS DIRECTORY ATTORHEY8. KELLETT 4 ROBINSON Attorneys-at-Lnw; Itoom 11 Magoon bldg.; 'Phono Main 153. F. M. BROOKS--attorney; rooms 9-10, Bpreckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344. CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; IB Kaa kumnnu St.; Tel. 181 Main. J, M. DAVIDSON Attomey-at-Lnw; 109 Kaahumanu St. GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-law; Knahutnanu St. BUILDERS. McDONALD 4 LANGSTON Contract, ors and Builders; 11&S Union St. BICYCLE REPAIRING. C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp. Pacific Club; sundries etc. BROKERS. E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room 4, Sprochels bldg. CARRIAGES PACIFIC VEHICLE A SUPPLY CO. Fine carriages, wagons, harness and whips; Beretanla near Fort St. CLOTHII.G. THl' KASH CO., LTD. Two stores 23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel. CIGAR8 AND TOBACCO. ELKS BUILDING, G1C Miller Street. CHIROPODIST. CORNS removed without pain by D. M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of fices at 11 Garden lane. 2110-lm CONVEYANCING. CONVEYANCING Charges reason able. Room 10 Mclntyro Block. DENTISTS. ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber ctanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4. DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist, 1154 Alakca St.; odlco hours, 9 to 4. DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort and Hotel Sts.; Oas administered for extracting a DRESSMAKING. MADAME M. LAMBERT, the stylish French Dressmaker from Paris, has removed her dressmaking parlors fiom tho corner of Vineyard and Punchbowl streets to tho lloston building, room 30G, where she will !g pleased to see her patrons und their friends. 2113-lm ENGRAVERS. W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and stamping; room 2. i.te bldg. EXPRESS. MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY llethcl St., opp. Waverley blk.; Tel. 621 Dlue; pkgs. called for and del'd. FRATERNAL. DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 563 Young Men's Institute, meets every second and fourth Wednesday In the month. GROCERIES. J. E. GOEAS Beretanla near Emma St.; Tel. 2312 Blue. 8. J. SALTER Successor to Salter & Walty; 712 Fort St, Orpheum blk.; Tel. 681 Blue. HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281 Fort St., near Kukul Groceries, Fruits and Tobaccos. HARNESS AND SADDLERY. MANFG. HARNES8 CO-Corner Fort nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228. P. O. box 322. CALIFORNIA HARNE8S SHOP Fort St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791. HOTELS. THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union St. opposite I'aclflc Club. Newly furnished rooms; mosquito proof; electric lights; hot and cold water; flrst-c.ass table board. Mrs. liana, l'rop. JEWELER. THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. jeweler and watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovo I bldg.; latest In novelties. I LODGINGS. UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro prietor; furnished and unfurnlsh-l oil rooms; also rooms for light housekeeping, Union St., above Ho-' tel St. I I, LIQUORS. HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK BEER 10c at the PANTHEON, MESSENGER SERVICE. TERRITORIAL ME38ENGER SER VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel. 361 Main. MILLINERY. HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston bldg.; Tel. 264 Main. ' MU8IC. MR. JAME8 8HERIDAN Piano tuner and repairer; No. 343 King St. near Opera House. Orders nt Wall, Nich ols Co. and at V" Hawaiian Book & Music Store, Merchant St. IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield, Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K Kaal's studio; Tel, M. 231. MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for all occasions, Lenve orders Berg Etrom Music Co.; J. S, Ellis, Mgr. ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal Instructor; "Mlgnon, ' 1024 Bereta nla St. E. K. KAAI Teacher of .string Instru ments; studio, Love hVlg., Fort St, MANUFACTURERS. BYRNE & LIVINGSTONE Rep. Ame rican Manf's. Hoom 8 Progress blk.; Tel. Main 131. PHYSICIANS. DR. SLOQGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and I Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm ary, Alnkea St. Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eye. Ear, iso so and Throat only; office Alakea St.. lately occupied by Dr. Murray; , office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. KATHARINE J. MaeKAY, M.D., CM.. -520 Bcretanla Ave.; Tel. Blue 3551.' DR. WM. a ROGERS Eye. Ear, Noso nnd Thront; 1146 Alaken St. ' PLUMBING. ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani tary work. Sewer connections a specialty. Cnargcs to suit the times. Corner Vineyard and Emma. PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER. V. H. POULSEN ralntlng nnd paper-1 hanging- Territory stables. King st. REAL ESTAlE. P. E. R. STRAUCH Heal Estate handled to best advantage; houses rented, loans negotiated; money In vested on best securities. 32 Camp bell Block, 31C Fort street. JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots and, residences for sale; 307 Stangen- wald bldg.; Tel. 223 Main. M. O. SILVA Aeent for real estate. also to grant marriage licenses; j 58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115. 8TRAW HATS. E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu uanu. Felt, straw, panama hats STENOGRAPHERS. STENOGRAPHY and typewritlngncat. ly and accurately done at Hawaiian Hotel by Miss Noble. 8ALOONt FRESH RAINIER BEER on dra'lgnt 10c at the PANTHEON. TAILORS. ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re pairing; Elks bldg.. tilC Miller St. WATCHMAKERS. G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler, 10CC Fort St. J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and chronometer maker: 79 Merchant SL ISLAND OF MAUI, LAMINA. SUGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES, SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC. STABLES. ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele gant turnouts; Telephone No. 120. GENERAL STORES. LAHAINA STORE Lumber. Whole sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B. Olsen, Manager. PHYSICIANS. DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician nnd surgeon; Lahalna, Maul. DRAYAGE. G. H. DUNN Express and drayage; Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tel. 113. HOTELS. STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac commodations. G. Freeland, Mgr. NOTARY PUBLIC. G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convey ances, Deputy Tax Collector. Legal Documen's. Office Government bldg NO FLAT BOTTLES At the Dinner Table A Diluter for Wine STILL wines aro made spark ling when mixed with " " " white rock water They are. In this way, given a zest and life, unequaled except by tho best champagne. The diner out or tho gentleman who must entertain much nt his club, will do well to note that the ta ble will be supplied with this water. It Is given a prominent placo on the wine list of the most exclusive clubs In America, and has been honored by Presi dential approval when served at the Inaugural Ball Banquet lb Washington. The palate ot epi cures Is gratified to the utmost by WHITE ROCK WATER. W. G, Peacock & Go,, Ltd, AQENT8. I Beaver Lunch Rooms Fort St., bet. Queen and Merchant Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Served. Everytnlng drst-class. Complete line Key West and Domestic Cigars alwayi on hand. II. J. HOLTE, - Proorielor, Tho hair on the heads of mom of th9 hundreds of thousands of J oils now bflng exhibited In shop window- i.i made from t lie hulr ot tLe Angoi t ucnt This produit Is controlled oy au En glish byndluite, and attir the hair Is prepared It U sent to Munlih and made Irto wigs by girls. MitJMUiMp' -y-w - i i m3HH nw bHB KIMiiHlsWiMyiW iflsiv2?T V m k MaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH Bsaau h i mimm Mf&JWJtemmmmemKjm8?tA BKAjSMttBSLjSSSBESItKta i IM1T UPTFT 1 rff PTlIM1 W 'I FIELD MARSHAL LORD ROBERTS. For some time It hn been contliiently pivdlrted that thli month would witness the retiring of Lord Roberts from the olllcc of roniiiiiiiidpr In chief of the llrltlsh nrmy. It Is said that Ills cxpeilemrtt n lieml of the war otUce liae been far from pleasant and that be has coiiteiupl'ited resigning for seerul mouths. STOP HAWAII LAND SALES UNTIL CONGRESS CAN ACT Washington I). C. April 14. Rep resentative Roblnron ot Indiana has introduced the following bill for tho purpose of meeting the decision re cently made by the Department of the Interior relative to lease and granting rights of aj on public lands of tho Territory "IJy It ena ted 1)3 the Senate and Houso of Representatives of the Unit ed States of America In Congress ns fctmbled, That section 73 of nn Act j entitled 'An Art to provide a govern i ment for th Territory of Hawaii,' Is hereby amended so as to read as fol lows: "Sec 73 That the laws of Hawaii relating to puTillc lands, the settlement of boundaries and the Issuance of pat ents on land commission awards, ex cept as changed by this Act, shall con tinue In torce until Congress shall oth eiwlso provide That, subject to tho a proval of the President, nil sales, grants, lease, and other dispositions of the public domain, and agreements concerning the same, and all fran chises granted by the Hawaiian Gov ernment In conformity with tho Inws ol Hawaii betueen tho Tth day af July, 1S98, and the 2Sth iiay of September, lff'O, nre hereby latlfled and con firmed. In said laws 'land patent' shall be substituted for 'royal patent'; 'commissioner of public lands' for 1 'minister of the Interior.' 'agent of public lands ' ami 'commissioners of public lands or their equivalents; rnd the uoid 'that I am a citizen of tho United States.' or 'that 1 have vde claicd my Intention to become a cltl zer of the I'nltetl States, as required by law for the unrds 'that I mil a citizen by biith (or natutallzatiou) of tat Kopttblli of Hawaii.' or 'that I have ucelvod letteib of denization under the Hepubllr of Hawaii.' ur 'that 1 i have received a certificate of special n'ght of citizenship fiom tho Repuli- 1 1 of Hawaii.' And no lease of ngil- 'cultural land shall bo renewed by tho i Government of the Territory of Hn- vail (nor shall any lease, sale, ur oth- , r disposition be made of, or any casement upon, over, or ncross tho public lands of the Torrltory bo granted to any corporation, associa tion, or Individual until Congress shall otherwise direct). All funds arising fiom the Sale or lease or other dis posal of such lands, heretofore innde, shall be appropriated by the laws ot the Government of tho Territory of Huwall and applied to such usos nnd purposes for tho benefit of tho Inhab itants of the Territory of Hawaii as i.re consistent with tho Joint resolu tion of annexation, approved July 7th, 1SS8: Provided, That thoro shall bo ex cepted from the provisions of this sec tion all lands heretofore set apart ot leserved. by Executive order or or ders, by tho President of tlTo United Stntes. "Sec. 2. That this Act shall take iffect from anil after tho date of tho approval thereof." Speaking or tills bill Mr. Robinson said to tho llulletln correspondent; "The bill II. R. 13528 Introduced by me In tho House of Representatives is In direct. lino with tho recommendn tlons of President Roosevelt's last ifiefsagt) to Congress. He said: "In Hawaii our aim must bo to de velop the Territory on the traditional American lines We do not wish a legion of largo estates tilled by choar 1, bor; we wish a healthy American community of men who theniB'dves till tho farms they own. All our leg Inlntlon for the Islands should be hhnped with this end In view; tho well being of the average home-maker must nrford tho true test of tho healthy development of the Islands. The land policy should as nenrly as possible be modeled on our home stead system.' "Tho President was Justified In irr.klng theso patriotic utterances, nut only from tho stnndpolnt ot American continental policy and protection to labor as wo understand it, but as well by a hope and promise for future Ha wall. The bill I Introduced is a step In the right direction. "Congress took a great Interest In Huwall and gave It a good organlp li w. Appeals came to mo before tho pussago ot that bill, to Inqulro Into nnd correct tho abuses ot tho land s stem and tho administration of tho cfllco of Commissioner of Public Lands of the Islands. 1 was unable ul that time to Btudy tho conditions, hut was satisfied that great abuses hud been nurtured under President Dole's regime, and resulted In scanda lous abuses between the time ot an rcxatlon nnd the passago of the or ganic law, "Tlio organic law while not reform tnr nnd Americanizing tho Hawaiian land laws did go to some extent to cor-n-ct tho Rystcm. It denied tho right to renew beyond five years tho ruln cur leases from fifteen to twenty-five ears that theretofore had been a t-candnl on the administration of the land olllee. "lly n recent decision of the Assist nnt Attorney General, Willis Van Do vanter, It seems that Congress did not r.o far enough. "It Is equally clear that the Presl dent's vlowa must bo put into opera tion soon or tho Government will not have anything valuable left In tho Hawaiian Islands In Its public lands, Therefore, as tho salient amendment of tho law proposes, It Is designed that no lensc, sale or other disposi tion shall "bo made of, or any case ment upon or over or ncross the pub lic lands of tho Territory be granted to any corporation, association, or In dividual, until Congress shall other wise direct." This denies the right to leaso for any period, or to dlsposo of otherwise till Congress acts. This Is Hie purpose of the law; It Is to bo. hoped for the welfaro of tho Islands that It will be effective till a general i system can bo formod that will meet the approval of Congress and the . President. "It might bo added that a bill Is now pending before tho Commltteo on Territories providing a system of land laws on which It Is hoped wo may booh have an opinion of tho General Land Office In Washington." J. A. BRECKONS. "PROl5n860R" KtiPOIKAI. Walluku. Anrll 20. Hon. A N. Ke. polkal Is expected In Walluku either next week or the fullowlnt: week to take charge of the office of School In spector of .Maul for two months. His ninny friends await his nrrlval and may addicts him heicafter as Prof. Kepulkal. 8end the weektv edltlnn nf th mil letln to your friends. Only $1 a year. , iiioiii on imm At tho 11 o'clock service In St. An drew's Cathedral Sunday morning, UUhop Nichols made a statement rela tive to Archdeacon llestnrlck, selected In bo bishop of tho Episcopal Church litre, He said; "Archdeacon Itestarlck Is a man In the prime of life, and of strong chap nttei whose full score of years In his piesent field St. Paul's parish, San Diego, Cal., diocese of Los Angeles 1 af shown tho parfsh. builder, tho thoughtful nnd Instructive preacher ond writer, the moulder nnd leader ot wen, tho sound and sympathetic coun sellor, the trusted representative In diocesan nnd general convention, and ll.c man of a wldo outlopk upon the t-encral affairs of the church. Ho has published a scholarly hand- took upon lay reading, Good Friday ai'drcsscs, and articles In Jho current church press; Is a member of tho btandlng committee of his diocese; took an active part in tho organization of tho diocese and was among tho first nominated for Us -episcopate In H93. Ho has been a deputy to sever al gencrat conventions nnd is regard pi as a sound churchman with earn tit, clear views, but neither narrow l oi extreme. "Until 1893 San Diego was Included n tho dloceso of California, and In pleaching In 1892, at the tenth onnt ersary of his rectorship, ono ot tho ndlccablo facts, to mo, at that time mis that ho then had as many mis sions In his rarlsh as ho had commu nicants at his first celebration there. The strong and coherent growth around tho one center, with a stnff ot clergy, has been a tribute to his pow er of organization, his enlisting tho Interest of men, as well as women workers, nnd his winning tho confl (Unco of his congregation and ot tho community. Should ho come to Ho no'.ulu, as I hope, he Is well fitted to make tho city, under God, a center for n larger demonstration ot the samo healthful church extension, with tho nrea of tho wholo missionary district In the Islands for his scope." Miniature Railway Exists In California Redding, April IS. A discovery mntlo by surveyors In tho woods north of Redding, on tho opposite Elilo "f tho Sacramento River, which at flist seemed merely a novel find, now nrpears to have a deep and far-reach-Ing significance. Tho discovery was of a complete railroad and a mixed train of passenger aud box cars, all In ntlnlnture. At first tho engineers who made the find believed they had como upon the hidden retreat ot nn Inventor, but a study of tho circum stances leads to the supposition that men now Interesting Now York capi talists In projected railways hero may liavo hit upon the scheme, of placing tMs miniature railway system In tho wcods to Justify them technically In declaring that the first division ot a narrow gauge railroad was actually built, with a train running over It. HILO SHIPPING. Arrived April 23 Ship Falls of Clyde, Matson, 17 days from San Fran cisco, with general merchandise con signed to Matson Navigation Co. April 22-Bk. Martha Davis, McAll man, 20 days from San Francisco, gen eral merchandise consigned to H, Hackfeld & Co. Sailed April 23 Ilk Amy Turner, Wnrlaud, for San Fianclsco, with IV 13S bags Onomea sugar, 10,140 bags Ho nomu sugar and 1C bags coTec. Passengers departed, per Amy Tur nerMrs. Wood. Mrs. Carl Smith and 2 children. Passengers arrived, per Martha Da vis Victor Vltty . . CHARTERS TOR HILO. Am. schr. Bertie Minor, Eureka. Am. bk. Falls ot Clyde, San Francis co. Am. bk. Martha Davis, San Francis co. Am. bk. St. Katherlne, San Francis co. Am, schr, W. F. Witzemann, Port Townsend, VESEI.S IN PORT. Am. bk. Amy Tumer.-Warland. Am, bk. Santiago, Ingalls. i i a Eleven Killed by Gun Bursting. Quecnetown, April 15. Gunner Lieutenant II. S, Bourne, Lieutenant Miller and nine bluejackets w'Cio In stantly killed yesterday afternoon by the bursting of a twclrotach gun on hoard the British first-class battleship Murs, during gun-practlco off Bore haven. In addition several men were Injured by the explosion. Tho breech of tho gun blow out of tl't It had twice missed flro. The hi dies of two men who wore sighting the gun were scattered to pieces and blown overboard. Tho Injured sea men were brought ashoro hero today. a January and October In the same year nlways begin with the sam day of tho week. The case Is the same with April and July, with SeptomLcr and December, and with February, March and November 1 V f tin AWvi tiwmm. J .. .