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"OF THE' ll'li Wireless Telegraphy in Hawaii a raw, T Kxeautlva Building mat Kaimukl the Points U .Dopnrturo It Hit IVicolj t. Wireless telegraphy In an accomplish-ed fact In Hnvvnll. On Saturday the Instruments which were brought hero from England on the Australia received their olllclnl tests, (mil for two bourn messages were Bent Hying through space from the nxecutlve building grounds to the station of the Telegraph Company nt Knlmukl In nil respects the experiments proved a success, and within three weeks more the system Is expected to ho In nctlvt operation between Honolulu and the Island of Hawaii, so that It will be possible to bc ml messages to Hllo direct or to any point on Molokul, Maul or I -mini. Crowd Was Small, The crowd that assembled to wltinssi the cxperlmentu at the Executive bull J- j Inn grounds wns rather disappointingly small, at least to those who had hoped that a large, sum of money might be real 7ed from the sale of tlie lust mes sage. The Iristiuineiits had been set up on one of the platforms used in the in augural ceiumonies, which, depilved of Its legs, had been placed under the tioes opposite the front of the building, nete early in the morning .Manager Cross and T. Uowden, one nf the experts who came heie to set up the system, had placed them. A long wlie stretched fiom them to the tip of the Hag pole, hoisted thither by the linlyntds carry the Hag. This was the wlie thai wu.s to collect the elect! Icnl wnes sent from the station nt Knlmukl and cnny them down to the Instalment below It was shortly after U o'clock bufoie the instruments weie In position, ns there liad been dllllculty in getting th" batteries from the hold of the Australia, where they were held In quarantine tor some time, and they weie still at the quarantine whnif. So un automobile belonging to T. li Oiunl was secured and brought to the grounds to furnHh the necessary curietil At half past J i o'clock Mr. How den had eery thing pi"-pared, and lifting the Key he began to tick out a message. 'ilio 1'lrst Kossngu. "Hello! Is ail body out there-'" This was the ilrst message to' wing its t.av ncross the city by the new system, the ilrst to be sent by wlieless telegraphy nt nny point west of the ltocky Mountains. Instantly n bit of tape whose end had been piotrucllng nom one of Mu many little polished biass boxes on tin Instrument table began to cuil out. Ii was the answer. "Mr. Gear Is here," It said, in dot and dashes Intelligible only to the op crator. "Is Mr. Cioss there?" The two men on the plntfoim e changed congratulate! y glances, am then the messages tame thick nml fast and the snapping of the spaiks on om of the mysterious looking Instiumenti became continuous and the ciowd begai to gather and stand gaping all about 01 craning their nicks to get a better look at the uncunnj machine that could tic such impossible things Succots Attained J lse where. Wireless telegraphy has been used with great success In England and on the Atlantic loast of Ameilcn, but yes terday's experiments weie the ilrst thai have been given on this side of the Hocky mountains. A enr and a hall ago the English channel was bridged and the distance to which messages were transmitted then, thirty miles was considered wonderful. Poles over 100 feet In height were used nt that time and almost the limit of distance seemed to have been lenched. Hut Improvements have been made since that time and now messages nre sent from Chelmsford, England, to Wlmernux France, a distance of 100 miles, with poles of the same height ns those used In the Ilrst attempt to send messages ucross the channel. Last year the system was used with greot success In the autumn innneuvies of the Hrltlsh fleet, one of the gient events of the year for Englishmen. It was used In reporting the International jacht rnce last fall, and piovcd a great success .Advantages to tho Islnnds. When the Islands nic at last connected by the wlieless telegiaph one of the alms that has been striven for for many jeui.s pubt will be accomplished. The growing business all oer the group has made some adequate means of quick communication from the other Islnnds to Honolulu, tlie clearing house for the whole group, absolutely necessary. Merchants or planters on Hawaii or Kauai huc had heretofoie to wait ten duys or two weeks for the tilling of or ders here that would have meant the aavlng of thousands of dollars had they , been able to be lllled at once. Up to the present time they have had to send their, ..luers oy ine nans on uie boats, nnd as these vessels only sailed at uncertain or widely separated Intervals, the delayB would (sometimes le most cxnBperatlng. Tlie plan of Ialng cables has often been thought of and once attempted, but not with nny success, nnd the scheme is the ilrst to offer nny tangible sulutton of the problem of Inter-Island communication. Twelve ye.us ugo a company in whleh H O. Hull .v: bon were the chief movers decided to lay n cable between hero and Hauail. A man named Bartholomew- wns who had had some oxperleneo hi laying cnbleB on tho Atlantic eoast. Copper wlie wns brought hi.r m.,i 11,.. cable wus made In this city. The ' niiainir ivnuniioa was used nn the cable ship, and tlio Oahu end wns landed nt Hanaumn bay. Thence tho wire nns1 laid to the lighthouse on Moloknl Along tho length of that Island the who wns' strung on poles ttr Knlauanhun n.1.1 from there a cable was sttetehed to Maul, It wns carried over this Islnnd nlso on poles, and from Kaupo, Maul, a cable was laid to Mahukona, on Hu-wall, llut ono messnL'n was sent nv.i, ihu line, and then tho cable between Oahu and Moloknl parted, It was repaired ;4WWMPWVw F" & II - M Ml I I . I tlW lime M th'ti N- I f.inintrf tffrd I i l i i f r " 5 I , t ,. i i j 1 R . i hi .Id t h II i i ,! ., , i , i H w n I nt. t f. i iK it v i I iii 1 ihi mlt l t lh 1i ' ' ' i . il, i- jiiiiik hnil hewn i i ' I i' rt t. th fmii. - ' - i miwtt iww rwpttftlfetk h"'t "i ImMNWt tlMrtl mof y In u h hem XOtB rJM PaiA, Cn OHdtHff iyftMUlt KtiMly OM ills llrtlltHU... . , 1 (Irlmllftft an lla pUMtkn ' (Tutu I nlun tilt "ly, over HMN ton of miliar ; hnvlna; tnltPli off n1 th crop Is I r'rt to tx cormlilrmbly Inrtrrr thitn that of last r. who lift the nmtrait fur rut-tin lh now Hprmketavltlc ditch, whleh when eomplelf will render mm six thousand Hrres of good laud for cultivation, oxpnrtisl to Im through with his Job In n month or so. This has been n big undertaking ns there tunc been numerous tunnels bored through the gulches along the line The longest, 2000 feet, of Itself develop! about 600.000 gallons of water every tw Cut j -four hours. The census enumerators have hnd considerable dllllculty in (Helling the desired Information from the Portuguese, Japanese nnd Chinese In th district AN EXCURSION ON HILO'S RAILROAD Sunday School IVnic jM.''nnl a Novel Sensation for ( ol Ilawiiii It was it success, .in unitinliikd lltst railroad excursion out of Hllo, says the Hllo Tilbune. The day was peifeet. Superintendent l.ambeit had tiausfniiiKd Hat cms Into veiy mmfortnhlo coaches with taipaullii coveis and seats for sixty piisonH to ear h i ur l'lomptly on time about one hundred (hlldieu, and nearly as many I inoie of their fi lends, moved out fioni Walnkea station. To many of the child-, i en this was their Ilrst l Ide on a and it was therefore a novel To ninny others to whom io.nl exclusions weie no novelty, the I fact that Hllo at last had a lallioui 1 nnu tuat an exclusion was now a possibility, made the occasion one of delight. The run through the woods was a constant seme of surprise, tho making n nnirow lane, walled In on eaii side by tiopkal foliage The inn to nine miles occupied about twenty-live lnlnutiH, apd was made snfely and pleasantly, the lo.idlied being In lent condition and the cars running' very smoothly. At the terminus of the road the ecuislonlsts left the car for a uimblo ot half an hum, whleh passed pleusuully and quickly. The letuiii tilp was ninde on schedule time, the tinln leaching Av'alukon station nt 11.30. The excursionists Weie speedily tiansfeirtd to Cocoanut Jslanil the llage ot the entlie patty taking only a. little mot e than half nn houi. Soon scores of bnthem weie in the water, I and the fun wns fast nnd fin lous. The I call to luncheon at 1 o'clock brought' the siiinll boy and girl leluctantly out1 of the u ri 1 .. t lnl tin nvni jiiti. ltllnlinv. likes to eat evin better than lie iloes to swim. The table-s were loaded down' with good things mid they began to speedily dlsnppenr, for the Hllo small 1 boy's appetite. Is notorious, nnd the' Olaa ozone had given It added power. I At the end of a half hour the small boy looked like a stulTed turkey, and moved like Mark Twain's "Jumping Fiog of Calaorns," which hnd been loaded with shot One uichln leaning against a table, looke'd longingly nt the food, while he held one hand on his stomach, vwih heaid to Hii. "Gee! but I'm full, but I'll eat ono 111010 sandwich or bust!" After "nil did ent and wile lllled," there vvcro the traditional "twelve baskets of fragments." (lames, bathing nnd a "grand good time" lllled the afternoon. Not nn accident, nor the leust "onplensantnoss" nmrreel the dny. It was one ot pure unalloyed plenum c to both old and iounpr. Much ot the ciedlt of this successful outing la due to the elllcient committee In chaige, Jfesdames Teriy, Abbey and It win and JIIss Hitchcock, and Messis. Cruzan, Teriy, I. U. Smith nnd gnit. To the eaieful iiianngement of Superintendent Latnbeit, the conductor nnd engineer tho very successful rail toad excursion Is due. MAKAWAO LITTERATEURS. Bohghtful rrograin by tho EookiBh Pt Of le of Maui. SiKcial t'oiiespoiulenie. MAUI, June lfl Kilduy evening, tho Mh, the June meeting of the Mnkuwao I.Iteiaiy Society was held at tho denco of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. I.ludsuy of l'nla. Theie was a huge attendance of Mnkavvao and Spieckelsville people, who weie delighted with tho following lirocrum. for the most tiart of a 11111- slcal nature: 1.lllI10 Dlu.t Misses Simpson -Watson. am TlIo . . . Mosdnmes and Nlcoll and MIbs Steele. Vocnl.Solo Mrs. It. von Tempsky Vocal Solo Miss Simpson (Violin Obllgato by Miss Watson.) Voi-al Solo Mis. Walter Lowrlo Hecltatlon Miss Hurt V11c.il Solo Mis. Hull- Choi us "We'll Jhno to Slorlgago the rnim" Hy Mesdnmcs Nlcoll nnd Hnlr, Mlsa Steele, Messis. V. C. I.lndhiiy and Geo. lluldwlu. Vocal Solo Mrs Ciane I'lniio Duet Misses Simpson nnd Watson. Bevei ul of tho number ucelved en- eoies. Tho clioius, jiuvo to Moitgngo the l'ntni," was In eiiaraetei ami was iiiueu onjoyeu Maknvvno Doliaters, Pilday evening tho Mnltnvvao Debating soeiety held nn Interest lug meeting in the pnilois of tho I'nla Foreign Chinch. Tho question discussed was concerning tho extending of suffrage to women, and after un exciting ilebato tho ladles' side won. Messrs. V, C, Crook and Krnnk Alexander chuiiiploned tho la diea' nml Messm. J. Jones nnd 13. U, reluctantly but earnestly mails- tnlneel the nVgatfv I OLUJBICt ilarkwl Coma Caught a Jdpnnoto In Jill ff Selling Vltheut a Qamos. fctfiwisl CMfleir 11. J. IlnnrnliKii maihi a trip to IwIM luft Iilahl In Dm regular dlMlmtfo of his dutlra As n rtllo he makes It a point to give U Is In tsrwitlror lornllly a visit evsry night Iln trips nsnilt In the punlshim nt of sow" or another An. VI ertliwr reiorter neromimiilnl the Indus trlnus The Vonhlunrn was first visited, Tin pnsent rendition of this ilace rellocls great credit on Ihe 1'ollcn Department It Is Kept perfectly clean and ordrrli and tho police are nlunvs on tho look out to see Hint the Inw Is obeyed In nil particular. I The whtU premlms were mill nhi rover pioeiirers vmtij found the wire immediately ordend out; if thiyi shouid any uuwllllngniss lo depart the ' were iisslsli'd In making their exit. Tin . police have no smpathy with this de graded clas of men, and nnku It vir nnn for them whenevct occasion so lie ' inaiuls. 'ihu Chinese vvcro next approached. Tin so were In total dark-1 nexs i ei it for the occasional fa.ni I glimmer or a light through dirty anil I li winnows. Tim nppioaeh hnd lo Ik vi ly carefully made, blowly tin I nllliir nun ill along back of the Ii.iik I low, dilap dated low of shaeks. 8uulo Iv he naiiKi d anil list! m il. The soutiii nf mono Jlimllng ifiiilil he plainly huird li I line of the looms Ity going arouii'l iinoiigh nm noor or a'i anjnming apuit I III. Ill ill.. dWlt1l 11 11, I ,t 111.. 1... till. II ,1. 1. I. u ' r.Ll.i.r ,.i, was naihid. Cjukk n.. a lla.li lianinlinu Imrsl thiough tin door and pouncid upon a uuinlier nf CIiIikko at a tulili. He scattered tin m light and ! ft, H. 1 eplng the domlnnes onto the Moot Om sly (VltHtlal, howimi, had graliln d the 1110111 y as soon a t'u olllei r inured, and eneaped with il out of a back door. No soonei had this game been lirnKi n up than the llMu In a dozen other similar plans went nut, and when they win .Islted the I'hlnesc had Just tumhlid Into their hunks and wciu aiiaunilj sound asUcp. Ilanr.ihan was pal tleularly anxious to smile a eertaln Japanese In Iwllel who has him Hi'lllnir Honor without a license Tor some time, and who, hy h's c.iriful 'methods, almost delkd capiure. , .Miniiing a nnu a nlice, llaniahan gave them to a l'reni li uonian, lustiuetlng her lo go to his iilm . anil liny two Potties of beer. The woman obi Mil and the Japatuse sold hei tin bier, lecelvlng tlie mntkrd enlns.ovii tno coiinti r in ixehnnge for the liquor No sooni 1 had the woman left the plan linn iiiiniiiimn li.i.i iim .imi.inrii., ,,.,',i. , aiiiHt Summoning a polliiiuun on dutj In iwllel, the sp.elal oilier gave tin nn r In his charge and pioeteded himself l(i 1 vntilltlia Mm till flfiillllir ll, rnln ll.. marked olns. llpir was found In ''nee There weie ten bottles lee, -v aaaa. niu svii araa,a vjia aiu;v 11 I barrel of bottled hicr In thu living apart- ment benenth a pile or clothes, and a eon of Hiiku under the bed. ., - ',' '. i"""., l''l'l'i;onj.u ami the .in i, ,iiv r.,m, imu luiii iv.. i, nm iiuih I nf hiei, the euntenls of the till, the two hnttlis of beer sold to thu Trench woman, and the inaikul ioIiih ueie all taken lo tin pollen station. tin JnpatiiM) nglstereil ns Mashhiioii "Is ease conns up this morning 1 1 1 a 1 rfT0 AII H AUAl uUto WILL) llVFR R vl tll III-.I VIIITll II T .-.... CV- 1. 7.,tl..,!n4t. II.. 11.. " " " v'"1 uiuuMuaiKujr ceivotl on the Garden Islo. Socures $10,000. The Chlnise 11 former, Leung nrrlved In Honolulu Suturday morning on the hteiiinir W. G. llnll, from Kauai, lit was accompanied by his bod guard nf faithful followers and was looking In the best of health and sphlts. Ills departure fiom tho Gulden Islo was the eausi; of much demonstration When left Kjp.Ua for to take the boat, the Oortuguese baud pricedid him and he was escorted by several hundred of all nationalities. Ono account has it that as many as two thoiibaud people were on tho wharf to seo him oft for Honolulu, and that the laborers of uclghboilug plantations left thilr work to get a gllmpso at the face of the ri former Insure ho sailed. lelt here about the end ot May with several others win 11 ho 111 rived at Jauia. where a bialieh How Wong Is established, the membeis ot tho oi let), with rice planters, laboieis and merchants, several nuaureu strong, inci 111 in and esturtid him to the hall. Two bands were Included In this grand mill people of all nationalities Juined In When the hall was leaehed. dinner and speeches wet" la ordui. Mta)ed two da)H III Kapaa enlightening the conccinliig his refin m inovenient. At ii.ry meeting the leformor held there were large crowds, uiiiong which weie not a tew whites as well us and llawallans, ulio hiemed almust as much Inlertsted as tho Chinese Otheis than nre said to hnvo Jolnid tho How- Wong Association llanalel was thu next place visited b the t'hlneHo teformer and his followers. lleru thu Mimo things hnppi.ned as at Kapaa After thlH Koloa, llanapein, Wiiliina and Kapala weio visited eiilhuslnhiu and support gucted the How Wongs. On Kauai theie 1110 now six blanches of tho How- Wong Association. The of tin so societies am as follows Kapaa, Wong IVurt; llanalel. Chock Chin, Kapala, Achock: llanaptpe, s II. Chun Blng, Koloa, llu Wall, Wulmt.i, Ahko. A Hlatlvo of M Hung Chang iccmlly sent Leung a second Utter, eon-Ill unitary of the one icceived some time ago, encoui aging tlie Dow Wongs to go nhead with their reform work. . has succeeded 111 getting ll'),f) siibstilbed to the cause, on Kauai THE NW HOSPITAL. Sum of $110,200 HnsxAhoudy Doon Raised For It. The slim of $110,200 tins been peaued for the new- hospital for Incuinbles by Young, nnd ns soon ns two moie subscriptions of $"0,000 are secured tho work of electing tho structure will begin. Three subscriptions of hnvo thus far been lecelved, from Alexander Young, Wilcox lnothcis nnd II. 1. Hnldwln, nnd theie nio seven subscriptions of J3.000 each, thirteen of $1,000 each, scverul ot $500 and one $100. Tho namo of tho now hospital has not been decided upon and It will probably be left to tho subscribers to tho fund if Began with Pains the I Back DISPOSITION OF 'hAWAIlAN STAMPS Will lo cnt to "Witsliiiijjkm ti bn I icsti o Other iMutters Much interest luut been eprohHed In . 1.1 .. .1... the ciuestlon ot tne uispoiiuou v- . .. t.t.l. Iiik.i Hawaiian stump-. .. ."- - recently JHkl Salto, the Japanese use and aie being ledeemcd at the penntlvo ll(.Il, ,8HU(,U a tlrcullir to ,lIa postollhe. liouls Kenake, chief clerk to feiiow.col,t,trjmon In thu Islands, Oat, said yesterday that there weie in tlie postoiuce nunaiu uinniiu iniiiml nt si-v oml thousand dol ,,u ,.,i qiantllieH me louum, in dully to be redeemed , "These stamps," said .ti. ' ale all to be bealed up 111 tne olllce Here ' .lnii senl ll Washluutiin. Vfter night Wednesday no llawalln stamps CIC ,iiUW(..d to be sold. Collectors all over the woild have been anxious to set these stamps, foi In a few jears the) will be very valuable. We don t want an lepetltlon of the Cuban bcnndals heie, and we shall take gieat caie of the packages of stamps and send them dlieitly to Washington, where they will be desttoyed." Thuisda) morning the first United States money nrdeis weie Issued nt thj Honolulu postolllce, one of them was and paid and two were Is Mud, A large numuer will be Issued, In all likelihood, before the next steamer leaves for tlie Coast, for they will bj veiy handy for paying small bills, costing but thlity cents per hundred On account of the non-arrival of the Tieostuy Department olllclnl who is to close up the affairs of the Postal Savings Hank, that Institution will not ba closed for home days. That otllclal Is expected to arrive by the steamship Mariposa next Wednesday. I'ostmnster Oat jesteiday announced tint nil lettera mailed on steameis or inllioad trains must be In United States stamped envelopes, and not In envelopes with iidliealvi! stamps. A REAL, 1 iVE COUNT IS HERE Illls.S.i.1 litis rfOIlt il tico to Honolulu "Wlio i-- ( f tho IoniuiofriVolilit v. lVople have been wondering who the tall, distinguished-looking, olcgautly dresaid man is, who Is occasionally seen piomenadlng the main thoroughfares of Honolulu. They little suspect that this city Is at present tho proud possessor of 11 leal, Ilvo Count In tho person of Mon bleur lo Comlo Alexander Gtorgo Val.ui gi r, for such Is tho gentlemnn'H name and title, who has arousesl tho Interest and curiosity of Honolulu's "smart set " Tho Count Is a terror among tho His wavs are Just too delightfully lovily and fascinating for an)tlilng. It is even vviuspeitii uy inose wno hliow whereof they sioak that suvoral charming lielressis have expnssed thcmsclws hi conlldence to their bosom fi lends to the 1 licet that tho handsome and gallant e -mini wouni inaKo an Ideal husband "llm di.ir Count Is Just us sweet as lie can be," remarked a rich and handsome oung widow-, lit mud her ran at the ball the otlur night; "he's qiiltn tho rage, Oii know, all the dear girls think he's perfectly lovely I" 'lhe Count nrrlved recently on tho City of l'eklng fiom San rrunelsco slid was, Interviewed hy an Advertiser lepmUi shoitly afterwards. He could not spuik Kngllsli but conversed by means or fan Inleipieter. Ho Is traveling for pleasure and Is also a diplomatic of tho Itiisslau Government. lie bus already stalled earnestly In the study of the Hngllsh and Hawaiian languages. Unable to llnd accommodations at the lintel, thn Count is at nrotent cnzlly ensconced in a del'ghtful little villa. He has made many friends since his arrival here anil Is much sought after In social circles. A CAKO OF THANKS. I wish to Bay that I feci under lasting obligations for what Chamberlain's Cough Homcdy lias ilano for our family. Wo have used It In so many cases of coughs, lung troubles and whooping cough, nnd It has always given tho moat porfect satisfaction, wo fcol greatly Indebted to tho manufacturers of this remedy nnd wish them to please accept our hearty thanks. Respectfully, Mrs. 8. Doty. Des Moines, Iowit. For salo by all Druggists and Dealers. IJENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd., Agonts far Hawaiian Islands. Mr W J Jnwutft, o st UtiOsI .. N V, tW'sslionr lift i4i urrt Itjrlir William Ilk I'j i f r I air l'pople 11 Wy: ' lsjut otc year igo I tvMguf fcfl'iK n i;rcat deal uitli kuliiey truiiMe, ii ml tlie terrible mlit vvlikli I cxpcrlencctl In lite sttmtl of my tmelc nlmusl inctiucitntc(i me fjf work. I tried wturlnjj ptnstcrs but they did mc no good whatever. Ill connection with tills kidney trouble I wm Bubjcct to chronic licntiaclin. I wns nd ifcd to try I)r Williams' l'itik 1'ills for Pale People, I did sb nnd soon noticed n jjreat Improvement, nflcr continuing their use for several months nil traces of the kidney trouble disappeared nnd the headaches became leys frequent." (Signed) Wm. Jukngert. Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 2otu day of June, 1899. W. G. Stanton, Notary public. Vt. Wllllami Tlnk Pill lor Pile ropl contnln, In u oniidrniiod forin, til the iirtnuinry logiyeliew life slid Hiluiru to the liloml slid rmorr ilmtterrd nerrei. Tlie; arc an uiilalliiigiiK'(ilie fiirauch hr Iim ninotor suxiii, partial paralyili, 61. Vltui dniiee, acfutfra, nrunilgln nf n 01m liradttPhe, the of iBirnppi, uiliiliillon of the heart, pale and asllow complexions, nil fornii ot vrcakiiesa either in mule or female. Dr. Wllllami Pink Pitts for Pais Peoplatra nar told brthe doien orhundrad, but alJ)i In packages At all druggists, or dlract Irom the Dr. Williams Mtdlclnt Company. Schenectadi. N. Y.. CO cents per boi, 6 botes 52.60. i GIVES ADVICE TO CONTRACT LABOR. Tli" JnpiiiiPfcO ( oiimiI F.xplnins Tho Mntloi'to II i icllow (.'oniitrv 11 en. Uy the adniNsIon of Hawaii ns a Ter- tllnrv nf llm ITnltiil Ktiilin llln .lim.inpHi. "'- ,":-,"- .";,.:-;"., ULb Itll'UI 1UM O --U UUIUhUVUI, UIIU ,1(r them ns to their future relations witn ineir empiocis. Mr. Salto gav o out titeiday the lowing tinnslatlon of the clicular , Admission Act of tho I i an Islands, pibsed by tho rift -sixth Congiess of the Unlti'd Slates, tho eon-tracts of tho Japanese laboreis brought heie slncu August 1, IMiS, are now nud and void. You are now ficu and )ou may vvoik on tho plantations as fin "I have bien Infoimtd that some of )ou are veiy anxious to know what )our btatus Is to be after Juno 11 Some of von have left jour work of our own tiee will, while others have been persuaded to leave by disturbers. ".My ow 11 Idea of such a course Is that It, Is must unwise to listen to the advice of such people- nnd stop )om work 1 should like to olTci von a b t of iiiivlee "No matter what changes niiiv take Iil.lt o In tho political situation here, there Is no pu ticuliir difference.. You ale the w 01 king class and jou are laboring In a countiy niled ovtr oy one ot the best governments In tho world. "Upon leaving Japan you promised to work la peaeo under the commons There is no reason why )Ou should be anxious about the thanges All the agents of tho immigration companies aro going to assist ou, partleu Iarly at this time, so that ou miiv not lose nn thing by working on the plantations. You had better Join hands w.th tin in la their work for vour welfare. "In case you wish to leave )our present work It would lie better If )ou would report to tho agent of the Immigration company under whleh )ou contracted You havn already been nsslsted by them. "In ease )ou nio at a loss for future means of livelihood, consult the plantation manager undir whom you srve, )our agent or this Consulate Anyone who IhIhh to lenvo the p'nntat'on for which ho works and takes to wandering about, may naturally lose the eontldenee of tho plantation This would undoubtedly cnue 11 great loss to your future iockctbook." MONEY TOR HAWAII. I Mn kin's l'apor from Sufjnr Cnno Ref- una 'I alkod Of I The iicent aitlcle In this piper about , the possibility of making paper frnm sugai cnno tiash Is creating some local Interest where It Is thought that the Idea may vvoik out In the foim of a iOvv industiy. Vast quantities of paper nre used In these Islands, nnd all of ll is impelled nt a high pi Ice, The query Is, why not keep that money at home an! make Hawaii Independent nf t'ic Mainland paper manufacturers? Of course sugar cane trash vvoull not pioduce tho best grade of paper; something else would be needed for book nrd note stock, "This," said Gcoige Paris yesleiday, "Is to be had In banana stalks, toots nnd leaves. "When a Dt-nana tioo beats It dies and other trees come up beside It. The old growth Is full or the finest paper llbre, and cou'd ... ci.i,i.m Into .. mill at w..u en 1 ....v. come out at tho other as supeiflno note. As there Is un unlimited qtiamltv of tiash nnd banana trees, paper mukini looks like n sound proposition," . Rovonuo Laws In Eil'oct. War tn'c and internal teventio wnt into effect Thursday with the admission or Hawaii ns a Terrltoiy, and druggists and liquor selleis were ousy pin chasing tho necessary stnmps nnd nlllxlug them to their stock In Much of tho liquid stock which wns poiteu Ameilcn has already paid the war tax-, nut all rorelgn wines imut be stamped now before they nre sold. TI1010 vvob a scarcity of certain Internal revenue stnmps which wore for tho barrels of beer and other liquors lu bulk. Tho Internnl rovonuo otllccrs In the omeigency nlllxcd nientR prl' ted bore to tho packages to identify them, and to be used In lieu of revenue s.un ps until tney icncn nere. V. M. Drlscoll Is the special Internal revenue olllcer heio looking after the new work, and ho hns his hnnda full. Ho will lemaiii a month longer nnd will go nil over tho Islands before returning to the Mnlnland, Hives aro a terrible torment to the little, folks, and to older ones. Doane's Ointment nover fails. Instant roller and permanent cure. At any chemist's, 50 cents. I I If I) u (1 I t -. A Blue Flame Wick- less Oil Stove, A Refrigerator, An Ice Cream Freezer A Water Cooler. See them In the large window display. The blue (lame stove l'i In operation nnd runs from 7 a. in. to S p. m. without any attention. The fuel costs one cent per hour per burner. .NO SMOKE, Hi) SWELL, JSO DAXGrGll. w. w, DIMOND & CO., LIMITED mporters o (roiltcry, Clfss end House Turn shing Goids. Sole Agents for i JEWEL STOVES STANDARD AND PURITAN UL.UE FLAME WICICLDSS OIL STOVES, PRIMUS STOVES, GURNEY CLEANABLE REFRIGERATORS, DOUBLE-COATED GRANITE IRONWARE. Only the highest mdp of RED la used In thp Stumps tnuda by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. jJB Taj jg KJv. j&qM -LJ EL Qlm Os) vmM TUB BLOOD PUIU. riUU AND UUSTOKHIt, IS WA11KANTLD 'lO CLh.AU THE BLOOD from all Impurliles from whatever cause arising. Tor Scrofula, Scurv), Lczemii, Skin anil Blood Diseases, Blackheads, l'lmples and Seres of all kinds. It Is a never failing and permanent cure. It Cures Old Sores. Cures Sores on the Neck. Cures Sore Legs. Cures Blackhead or Pimples n tho Tnce. Cures Scurvy, Cures Ulcers. Cures Blood and Skin Diseases. Cures Glandular SwelllngB. Clears the Blood from all Impure matter. From whatever cause arising. It Is a realspeclllc for Gout and pains. It removes tho cause from the Blood and Hones. As this Mixture is pleasant to tho taste., nnd warranted tree from anything injurious to the most delicate constitution of cither sex, tho Proprietors solicit sufferers to give It a trial to test Its value. THOUSANDS OF TESTIMONIALS OF CUKES FUOM ALL l'AUTs OF HIE WOULD. Clarke's Blood Mixture Is sold In bottles, 2 HI each, and In cases containing six llmea the quantity. Us Bulllelent to effect a permanent cure In the great majority of long-standing cases By ALL nnd PATLNT MEDICINL VENDORS throughout the world. I'ropnetors, Till: LINCOLN AND MIDLAND DBUG COMPANY. Lincoln. England. Trndo mark "BLOOD MIXTURE." CLARKE'S BlOUD MIXTURE. CAUTION. Purchasers of Clarke's Clarke's Blood Mixture should see that they get the genuine article. Worthless ni'iiuiiuiiB uuu BuiiBuiwes are sometimes palmed off by unprincipled vendors. The words. "Lincoln and Midland Counties , hi. i.iiicuiii, iiikiiiiiu, ure engraved on the Governmem stamp, and "Clarke's World Famed Blood Mixture" blown In the bottle, WITHOUT WHICH V"VP APT GENUINE. Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. -AGENTS Tho Ewa Plantation Co. Tho Wnlalua Agricultural Co., Ltd The Kolmla Sugor Co. Tho Walmea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricultural Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Loula, Mo. The Standard OH Co. The George F. niake Steam Pumps. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Ufa In- Eurnnce Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fir a Insurance Co. of Hartford. Conn, Th Alliance Assurance Co. af Lob. don.