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WORRIED Udy going to San Krnncls-
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isr tm-K fUrl; Bpcaks French, Ger
nn and V'.ngllsh Apply to Bulletin
office, King St. 21l9 3t
POSITION WANTED German wom
an. gou.1 took and housekeeper, care
it uua.ll clilldren, wants position.
Addtcif. Housekeeper, this office.
VANTED Ijidy of refinement, thirty
jtiirs of age. desires to be compa
nion to lady, or governess to small
ehlldtfo Can give godd references.
TVlUinr, to leave c1t Address A.
B. C this office. 16s lw
WANTED Dy experienced man of 28
itetirallon as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman lunn or any
Khtr position, remuneration (uO up,
tat rate Island references Applj
T. O, U 28 2121 tf
WANTED Ily a voung ladj situation
aa stenographer and typewriter, ref
trrezces. Addres E , llullctln office
B0WEn3 MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Night
-ratefcrntn furnished for buildings.
lui'mj property and residences.
(i!lce and Hcsldencc, School St.;
P. O Box 2S4, White 3091
FIACIO TAUGHT by gradtiato Lelpslc
Convnatorv J5 month special at
?vntion to ndult beginners Address
"Music." Bulletin office 2135 lm
WANTED To purchase a second band
trauUt. must be In good condition.
Address "Transit, this office.
WANTED People to know that their
hair is sick when It shows signs of
lilting. Use l'Acheco s Dandruff
CffFC At Union Uarber Shop.
WANT 7cur whiskers amputated? Go
to Jefia. Ho shaves for 15c; 5 white
tabers. 43 King St. 2011-tf
ELK HORNS Have ou seen them at
3&3 Bvretania? Tor sale ut a liar
FOR SALE OR RENT Lodging and
ttnrtTtug house, in center of town.
Apply Honolulu Investment Co,
JVvdil UJk. 2133 tf
TOR SALE One secondhand pool ta
Ue. f,7th Co, C. A., Camp McKin-
TOR SALE A desirable modern resl
4nce, 10x48. and cottage, 22x30,
rith let 7xl31 on Kukui street near
lew Kaumakaplll Ctiurch grounds
and Kalulanl School, htalthy loca
tion with superb view to Nuuanu
alley. Also a few high DulldlnK
lts. 50x131, will be sold on Easy
Tmas. Apply to P E H Strauch,
3J Campbell lllock, cor. Port and
fiOR SALE $300 phaeton, almost
lew; m sell for J190. Enquire
.Sis office. 2141-lm
FOR SALE Ten flno lots at Puunul,
bovo Wjllle St. Also corner on
fominls St., Punahou. Apply to
frank 8. Dodge. 77 Merchant St.
FOR SALE Choice varieties of
FERNS In baskets and pots; cut
ferns also; Degonlas and Caladl
nns. Mrs. G. M. TAYLOR, 730 Kl
Ju St; Tel. Whito 3251.
T OR SALE Cheap, a 30 room lodging
liousc, good location, electric lights
tnd laths; owner has other busl
less; can give easy termB. Address
T. O. Vox 232. 2129 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 3 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
cots up to six Inches; all new ma
rhinos, sow on band in Honolulu;
lo one steam launch. W. H. Pain.
FOR SALE Two 3-year old grade
Jersey tows Just calved; good milk
ts and gtntle, giving ten to twelve
quart n day each of rich milk. Ap
Jry to California Peed Co. 2120 tf
fOh SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of-flce-
TO LET DiBk and olllco room Room
Ml Mclutjro Uldg 2fri lw
fOR RENT Commodious new 7 room
iouse, 3 toilets, servants' 100m barn
W, Piiunhou. a II McClollan, at
3. V. Dillingham Co , Ltd. 2143 lw
HONOLULU HOTEL Furnished
Kooma, light and nlry, SI 50 to 12 50
jat irk; hot and cold baths; best
l-oniil In tho city.
V ANTED Lady servant for light
housework. Apply T. J. Walker,
I'carl City. 2UMw
FIRST-CLASS girls for Ironing board;
also man for general worK. At
French Laundry, cor. Punchbowl
nnd Ueretanln Sts 2150-2t
FOR RENT Ilousekieplng rooms. No.
8 Cottoge tlroc. King St 2151 tf
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1 SO a week up, board and
room. $C00 Knqulie Mrs. May, 220
I.lllhn SI near School St Hapld
Trnnslt cars pass the door 2150 tf
FOR RENT Cottage 7 rooms, end of
trnm line. Walklki, lmproemetit8
Ast'y Accidental Ilnibor Shop.
FOR RENT June 1st, cottage of
seven rooms, latest Improvements;
South King St. inquire 1041 South
King St 2148 tf
TO LET Two nicely furnished frunt
looms private family. 220 Vlnoyard
SI off Kmma $10 each. 2148 lw
GOOD paBturage. near town. $3 per
month. W S. Withers, cor. Queen
and lakea Sts. 2117-lw
FOR RENT Two unfurnished rooms
and use of stable; large grounds.
550 Ueretanln St. near Alapal
FOR RENT The desirable downtown
residence on Alakea St. now occu
pied by Hr C II. Cooper, containing
7 room', kitchen, bath and lanal;
electric lights. Apply on premises.
TO LET A house on Punchbowl St.
between Hotel and Deretanla; nine
bedrooms, dining room and kitchen;
newly painted and papered through
out; electric wired, etc. Apply to
Dr. John S. McGrew, cor. of Lunall-
lo and Hackfeld Sts. 2147-3t
FOR RENT Newly furnished two-
room cottage, suitable for 1 or 2 gen
tlemen; cloie to electric cars. Apply
V. Turner, at Lewis & Co. 2147-lw
TO LET Cottage on Punchbowl St.;
"odern Improvements. Apply to A.
O. Ctinbn, 2d bouse above Mormon
Church. Floor matted. 212C 2m
FOR RENT Furnished rooms en suite
with privilege of light housekeeping,
at the Island Hotel, 714 Fort St.
Itooms 23c. 50c, 75c. Jl per night.
CO LET Hooras Nos. 11 and 12, Mc
Intyre Building, formerly occupied
by Vlckery's Art Exhibit. Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Drew er & Co.'s.
TO LET House on Young Street at
formerly occupied by W. Needham,
Esq., near McCully Tract. Has three
sleeping rooms, batb, hot and cold
Water. Apply E. F. Bishop, nt C.
Brewer & Co. 2117-tf
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019-tf
TO LET Furnished rooms
McConnel's. Garden lane.
VATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. Bethel, arc offering:
FURNISHED house, 4 bedrooms and
stable; Lunalllo nr. Pensacola. Itent
$45 per mo. Will rent for 6 or 12
FURNISHED house In Nuuanu valley
close to Rapid Transit; 4 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, double parlor, dining
room, stable for 3 horses, cowshed.
FURNISHED house on Bcretanla; 4
bedrooms, with use of cow and
chickens for 3 or 4 months. Very
FURNISHED house nt Wolklkl; 4 bed
rooms and 2 cottages In yard. Good
bathing. Rent reasonable.
riOOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT BacR of Elite;
under new management; strictly
first class; light, airy, mosquito proof
rooms. Mrs J Duggan
LOST Brown paper package and
white envelope secured together and
containing kodak views anil films
Reward If returned to this office.
FOUND Victor bicycle, same can bo I
had bv proving propert and pajlng
fur this nil Bulletin oiflce
FOUND Insurance against tho break-
nirn nf nlnte plncta nt Tlio ITnnnlulil
investment Co. 2051 '0
1UPREHE COURT UPHOLDS
Pacific Mail Will Have to Return
Chinese Intended for Mexico
Treasury Regulations are
Washington, May 5. The right of
the United States to regulate transit
01 Chinese through tue country and to 'prevent nliuse. It dealt with the sub
detain and deport those who do not ( Jcct specially nnd was operative with
show good faith In attempting to exor- out nn act of Congress to carry It Into
ciso me transit privilege was lipnem
b the United States Supreme Court
today In two cases. The alldlly ol
the exclusion acts, Trcasurv regula
lions and the treat) Itself was sustain
ed, nnd It Is expressl) decland that
Chinese have no right to npply foi
writs of habeas corpus to test the
right of the collector of customs to
exercise llnal Jurisdiction oer transit
rases. Every contention made by ins
Government Is upheld and the attack
made on the exclusion law In this par
tlciilar by the Pacific Mall Compan) li
The cases decided today were thoss
of I'ok Young Yo nnd Lee Oon Young
vs the United Slates. The opinion
was delivered b Chief JusUce Puller. .
.llisttnoa Tlrounp nml PorVlintn flic
- . w.. .
renting I'ok Young Yo s case was
considered at length, the ether
loiiowing 11, 1 up decision anecis
ninety eight Chinese detained on Ilia
Pacific Mall dock and means their lm
Kok Young Yo nnd Lee Oon Young
were on their wny to Mexico and
claimed the right under the treaty of!
1894 to transit, one desiring to go bj
rail and the other merely to trans
They wero denied this right undef was seized with spasms and In n few
the provision of the treaty giving tha moments was dead. She had previous
Treasury Department authority to.ly stated that her heart troubled liir
make regulations for Control In such atul tne 'lcnst declined to administer
matters. The Federal authorities dig-,? n.nt!l.h;!'c bifor' PVn ?P
covered evidences in both cases, as In
those of their detained countrymen,
that the passengers did not intend to
remain in Mexico. Tho prisoners
sought release by habeas curpus pro
ceedings, their petitions being denied
by the District Court for the Northern
district of California.
iu ... opunuu wie wniei jiisuco sniu. ;
Congressional action lias placed the
final determination of the light of ad
mission of Chinese In executive offl-
ccrs without Judicial Intervention, nnd
this lias been for many vcars the rec-
ognlied nnd declared policy of tho I
country. The regulations to prevent
the abuse of the privilege of transit
bave been nnd are intended to effectu
ate tho same policy and prevent re
course to the courts by habeas corpus
1 determine the existence of such
abuses. The record did not present a
caso o frcgulatlon or of action In con-
travenUon with the Constitution, and 1
we think that upon the admission of
fact the orders of the collector cannot
Be held to have been Invalid." I
Contrary to expectation, the Su
premo Court did not specifically affirm
nor deny tho validity of tho act of
September 13, 1888. erroneously cnllod
tho "Scott act, which in certain provl-
slons relates to the transit of Chinese, 'pltnl and his business aildress the po
Reference Is made by the Chief Jus- lice station.
ADVICE TO YOUNG
Manager of the Philadelphia
Second Baseman Should Have lorough Understanding with Shortstop.
One of the most Important points in
lion where to stand In touching a runner
catcher, the fielder Bhould stand Just
from the base. Should the base runner be one of tho kind that makes it
a practice of sliding or diving head first, it Is advisable to play behind tho
line. In this case there would be llttlechanco of the runner being hit by the
throw from the catcher nnd could easl-ly bo touched by the second basemnn.
In making this play he determlncsbefoiehand In each Instance from thn
knowledge of the habits of the opposlngplaers, While plalng Inside of tlui
line tho fielder M not only In as gooda position to touch the runner, but Is
often able to help the catcher out onshoit throws, making tho pick-up and
thus accomplishing the put out whl iioinerwlgo he might fall to do.
The recent development of tho science of place hits has rendered It ad
visable for the second baseman to play for
on first he should glen to the shoit stun
standing on this particular play between the second bai.uii.in nnd shoit
stop is leached by having slgnnls, which
basemnn It Is as well that the catcher
can make ullownnce for his thiow which
base that the plajer Is coining fiom,
It will often be found good pollcvlo
I wno covers second base on tho tlnow should stmt out towauls the Held ho
us to create the Impression that ho Intends fielding dicp The other plover
should play clohe to tho base nml Just
pitcher tho two fielders cnn-liiiikii the
and keep thn battels guebslnB as to what to ipet next 'I ho battel Is ul
vvays on the lookout us to who will covei the busi nml tho npc.itcd chniign
of this pluy should be. made which will mislead the batter.
lice to part of section 8 of the act, re
lating to the powors of the Secretary
of the Treasury to make or changa
transit regulations, and he notes that
that act was based upon a treaty then
pending between the United States
end China. The Court then says, "As
the treaty was never ratified It inay'Snnw t0(1,y ,SMleil amen()ed rr8ltla,
ue ououiu wueiner wmi sccuon ever
The- Courts decision that tho
Treasury Department has full power
and final decision In transit case Is
based on the treaty with China. Speak -
lnR of section ,3 of the treaty,-the
., V. ' , 8 . " ,
V ' -" v....,,.h Irsu,d-
lions nnd as assenting to their contln
ance nnu 10 s.K-n mou.Ucatlons nf
inrui hb migni oe iounu necessary to
Big Gold Strike
at Silver Peak
CaiMin Maj J Word 1 ame to this
cltj tod.ij of a remarkable gold strike
In the .Silver Peak mine the property
of the Ulnlrs of New lersey nnd over
which a fortune has been spent In liti
gation S A Knapp nnd I)r Herry.
both of Hawthorne, brought the news.
They report that the company has had
a force of fifteen men at work recently.
nder the direction of Samuel Wasson
""oiiowing a small stringer they came
V, , " -J" -'?
... .... . .
en out ami tne pocket had not iclded
all of Its wealth
lady Expires in
a Dentist's Chair
Oakland, Ma) 8 While having her
lmn """""ed by Dentist 0. L.
S.cnhml(1' ll1,'8 af,"no? ln "' '
loHlce at Eleventh nnd Broadway, the
I Wlfa tt Plillnfi.. Pnnotil l,.nn A tl.l.n
( gas glen ber to ease the pain.
Boote May be Needed
for Young Marquis
i.on(Ion May 3 Tlie Marchioness of
Hcadfort. formerly Miss Rosie Booto
of the "Plorodora" company, has given
birth to a con. Doth are doing well.
. t 77". . .
luo cicr iJufuiui iuiucr uccr is jusb
as much a favorite as ever. It Is on
draUBht at tho New CrUerion Saloon
as it was at tho old. The longer It is
used the better it Is liked.
Up to Date Reform.
Crawford I hear jour minister is
taking an Interest In publlo affairs.
What is his particular hobby?
Crabshaw He Is tryingTo Invent n
s stem of wireless politics.
Knlckcr What Is Automnbe's nd
Bocker It's rather uncertain. His
prlvatt residence in usually at the los'
BASE - BALL PLAYERS
American League Club.
playing the second base Is the post
from first on a throw from the
Inside of tho lino, say, two or three feet
the butter alone. With the runner
to coier the h.isp Tlie nmler.
nio usually given bj tho hecond
should kpow thcAo hlguuls so that ho
Is gcuciullj made to the side of the
so ndjun the pluus that the phtv.r
I'rloi to the dillvei) of tho ball bj the
change n as to oiiiplete the deception
New Inspection Rules
For Foreign Travelers
Washington. May 8. Secretary
,lmil, govrnng the n8,,Cotloa of bag-
I gage of Inromlng passengers nt the
ports of the Unlted statcs The Scc.
rctnrv al90 hM prf,parc(j a clrcular
wnlch m ,,e jtrl)mei1 amollg pas.
Lpnp nn ,, ,, ,nmora ,.
ng lnformltlon as 8pecl(lc pos9ll),0
" "tea of duty on goods usual
jj purchaeil alimail by tourists, what
ortlcles may be brought In free of
Umy et( Anothcr clrcuIar slaa ,
day will ji distributed at sea among
In coming passengers containing forms
of declarations md other Information
of which ti.vvclers are usual!) In more
or lesH ignorance Another circular li
oiltlrcaspil to collectors and other of
flcerH 01 the customs giving them par
tlcular Instructions as lo the examina
tion of bnggage nnd the courteous
treatment of passengers.
Among the more important modlflca
tlons are the following The free ad
mission of an article that was taken
abroad 13 baggage provided it II
brought bark as baggage and accom
panies tin owner
Tim hundred dollars exemption may
not hp claimed on wearing apparel, ar-
tides of narmnnl .iilnrnninnt inllnf nr.
.,iin ,t .i, .i,. .1.1 .
conlnlonlv niiri.hnspil ,1V ..,,
the el; r I ' .T.
The statute allows nonresidents to
bring vll wearing apparel and other
personal effects in actual use and ap.
propitate to the purposes of the Jour
ney without regard to value Hereto
fore the ruling has necn that peisonj
who had spent two ears or longer
abroad and hvl here a fixed place of
abode fo- one jear or more were con
sidered non residents within the mean
Ing of th customs law. Ileieafter of
ficial or emplojes will be discharged
should they accept a gratuity or tip un
der any circumstances while in the dis
charge of their dutlps
Ladles desiring to have their bag
gage examined privately will be grant
ed the privilege whenever the steam
ship company has provided a sultabls
place Several of them have promised
to mako this provision.
THE SONG OF THE WIND.
In the rUgitig theie's a drumming.
Cau t yju hear the ropes 11 humming
And the eeile bosun's whistle
through the lain?
Can't jit heai the volics cijlng
Of tlM poor un &011U undjlng
Who evei wander thiough the air In
Pi a '
With x tl .rrj around and a snurj
(Hey for the Mini) of wind')
With 1 leap and a ell.
It s.vt-.p.) o er the tell t
thej for the sweep of the wind')
It ciamirs our the town.
And iwimjii ac.Oij the down
On the iueuL wild moot land, danc
ing .H U tiles
Can't yoj hear the spirit calling.
And the jbjMtly echoes falling,
As the driving iloud wisps scud
aroij the skies'
With x chuckle close hj and n laugh
(Ha for tho laugh of the wind. I
With 1 whine of depali.
And 1 ii;k tbiough the h'
(Hey' for the whine of the wind')
Fee tli HtaMj tieetops bending.
And the brokiu bough descending,
AnI everj little labhlt grej with
Can't you heai the forests walling
And the wind fiend's garment tialllng
Over tre- and bush and gorse and
a frolic aiound and
(Hey1 for the frolic of wind')
With the Uuhlng shileL
Of an elrtii freak!
(Hey' for the freak of the wind!)
Can't yju hear the muttered rumbling.
As the wtni sprites come a-tumbllng.
A-swevrlng and a-giumbllng In their
Then the thund'roii3 r6U of battle
With It,-. rlm and ghostly lattle.
Then the pibroch wall, the banshee
With a bluffer aioiaid, and a fluster
(Hey' for the bluster of wind')
With a dtep ba unto
From ltn brazen throat!
(Hey' for the olco of tl.o wind')
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative tiromo quinine Tablets.
All drupglsti refund tho money It it
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each Imr ?S rnt
UlsliQp Henry C Pitler sild In New
York a fow dajs ago that nt a leceni
uiitumn munlelpil election nnl 39
reKldetiti of Fifth avenue living be
tween Washington Squaie and Ceutial
Paik, bud voted,
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-
at-Law, itooms 11 anu 12, jiubuuu
bldg.; 'Phone Main 153.
F. M. BROOK9--Attorney; rooms 9-10,
Bprockelc bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARL08 A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa.
kumanu -St.; Tel. i81 Mahi
I, M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-Lawj
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorneyat
law; Kaahumanu St.
MeDONALD &. LAHQSTON Contract
ore and Dullders; llt8 Union St.
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room
4. Sprecl-cls bldg.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Beretnnla near Fort 8t.
THl KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, 616 Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D.
M Thomson, export Chiropodist, of
fices nt It Garden lane 2110-lm
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
etaula and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Tort nnd Hotel
Sts : Gis administered for extracting
MME. P. LAMBERT, the fashionable
French dressmaker, makes stylish
dresses at reasonable pi Ices. Bos
ton Bldg.. room 306. 2137-tf
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, Elite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St.. opp. Wnverley blk.; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
J. E. GOEAS Berotanla near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Blue.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNE8S CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. MaltT 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot nnd cold water;
first-t.ass table board. Mrs. Hana,
,,.. , ..,, 77 7
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor, turnlshed and unfurnish
ed rooms; also rooms for light
housekeeping. Union St., nbove Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c at tho PANTHEON,
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER BPn
1 .,.U!TOV. 'r.b JJES8Er:?'rR 8ER-inas
ivc union or., nr. iioiei- -rei.
3fll Main. ,
mo mure cLierxnAi, n, I
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN-Plano timer
...... ,cl,u..c., .,. 0,0 ,v.uB oi, ueur .
Opera House. Orders at Wall. Nlch
ols Co. and at tfi Hawaiian Book tt
Music Storo.Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions, E. K
Kaal's studio; Tel. M. 231.
- - - h iu I'tiinuui s uusenco an ,raeri
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for can citizen named Molsant of Acsjut-
nil nrpficlnna T.nn va inlnxn i)nn 1 in .. . .. . n... t . .
.... - -.,. viw wtudo uq k
strom Muslo Co.; J S. Kills. Mgr.
T a r'liic nr-
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Bereta-
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments: Btudlo Lovo bldg. Fort St.
Telephone Main 231.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
im iS i ,n.m""nery' otcj Boston
bldg ; Tol .01 Main.
Weekly edition of tho Bulletin tf '
DR. 8LOQOETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. a ROGERS Eye, Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
and Tinsmiths. All kinds of sani
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
, REAL CSTA I E,
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
rented; loans negotiated; mmoy In
vested or. best securities. 32 Camp
bell Block, 316 Tort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu. Pelt, straw, panama hats
J D. AVERY Stenographer nnd
Typewriter; Builders nnd Traders'
Exchange; Tel. Main 76.
STENOGRAPHY nnd typewriting neat
ly and accurately dona at Hawaiian
Hotel by Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on draugEt
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg., 616 Miller St.
G. DIETZ Watchmaker and Jeweler,
10C6 Fort St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch and
chronometer makpr: 79 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHA1NA,
SUGAR E8TATE3, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephono No. 126.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. O. B.
1 DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
' nnd mii-nnnni T nkalna ir...l
G. H. DUNN Express nnd drayage;
Agt Wilder and Inlcr-IsInnd.Tol 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. G. Frccland, Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public", Convey
ances. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Office government bldg
to Secure Steamer
aan rriincisco, .viay it). Tne desire
"t-. enterprising American to po-
ess mraseir 01 a nne larBe steamship
that had been temnnrnrllv loff l,v tha
captain atul cicw, after tho vessel went
ashore, Is tho latest maritime incident
In which the Stars and Stripes plav a
prominent part. On the morning of
April 12 tho steamer Cheribon, com
manded by Captuln W. T. Pitt, rau
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... uuu tuob ui jwiueuius reel, wiucu
projects several miles seaward on the
iBuivauornn coast. The Bteamer W113
I laden with a heavy cargo of 26,000 bag
of coffee and was under charter to
the Pacific Navigation Company. On
board the steamer at the time, In ad-
" . l LPw,n ' ltl ""U "ie crew.
the cantuin's sister, who uith h-
. . . . '. .
urouier, owncu a two-third's Interest
In the Cheribon.
Soon after the vessel struck Captain
"l """ u" ""nus went ashore nr
lhelr own safety, but, It Is said, with no
intention or abandoning the steamer.
which Blood upright and was apparont-
ly not beyond saving. While ashoui
Cnptnln Pitt went to Llbertad, a few
miles away, to consult with the Chil
ean Consul, for, while the Cheribon
was of riench register, she flew a Chil
ean consular (lag.
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ia. ncj l uul iu mu unpriuon unn nninr.
.. .1. . .
en wie Ainencan nag, captain ritt,
upon his icturn to tho beach, Haw, to
his crent tonstfiriintlon. thn Rtnrc ntut
Strl10s bating over hl8 property Tho
e"treeuc Amcucao waa not im lined
to glvo up his prize, nnd whllo Captain
rut niirrleii to courc-r with tho Chllea.i
representative tho American appealed
to Consul General Jenklus for protec
tion Whatever the final outcrno of
tho matter may be, It la repoited by
ofllcetu nf tho ate.iinet. Kouitorr tlm.
tho American Hag had at last ac-uunU
been superseded by tho Chilean colois,
anil t,at lhe complications nilslng
flora tho American's action were in
course of disentanglement.
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