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HONOLULl , H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1895.
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m iu unDDnu in...t
i x, n uuuiiun, nysui, u
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A. n UUUUUH, jiyoui.
They Are Enjoying Themselves
in Great Shape,
The Little People from the Land of the
i Rising Sun Own the City To-day.
I ' " ""o "' -
I ween his les, but wo trust no well-
reguhted Tit-Bitito has yet had
occasion to reort to such an un
Early thi moruiiig tho Japanese ' dignified proceeding,
were about nud doing, in auticipa- , There arc, it appears, p.ronn in
tiou of a jolly day, in celebration of existence who can perform Uii.i
tho signing of tho peace troity bo- peculiar operation literally, by -,-tweon
China and Japau. Tho dif- tuo of tho fact that nature i. ,n
foront lodging houses and homos of adorned thorn with a veritable
Jnpancse wero decorated with Hags ca,al appendage whormvith to ac
and lanterns. Tho tiavali and army complish tho feat,
procession to the consulate was tho Mr. Baring Gould has taken (ho
first on tho program. The members trouble to make some inmiiries into
of the naval brigade assembled in
front of tho China engiuo house on
uaunaKca street, i uero wero prob
ably a hundred men in white uni
forms with caps with red braid. Tho
ofllcors wore th usual decorations
and epaulette. Tho miuiaturo cruiser
Shiuodi Khau was ready aud had
bunting from stem to stern and Inn-
dressed in naval uniform, formed
terns suspomiou irom ropos around that of a cow. llo was informed
tho sides. Au elderly Jap sat nt the that tho tail was tho oirot of cli
stern while three HtUo boys, also ,n.-.te. and that all dm inlmhHnntM
L, tuo crow. l he naval procession
Binrieuior uio consulate on uu-
aim street at 9 o'clock, followed by
' a largo and curious crowd.
. j Tho army asjombled at the O. R.
( St L. Co.'s depot. It consisted of
cavmrj.m.aniry, artillery aim jiou
Cross brigade. Tho cavalry looked
very pretty in dark uniforms with
yellow braid decorations. The in-
fantry woro dark uniforms with red
stripes, the artillery dark and old
gold and tho others dark and palo
mu. i.iu j.rucefH.ou was .loiayeu
somowhnt by tho tardy arrival of
somo of tho cavalry. Thoy started
.uu.uu. ......,..,,. xj ira
l( I liv irmr nt lfi.,f. Wn.l ....1 G. 1
"J ""J " "'"hi '"'" w-"""'
streets to .Muuauu and tlio Consul -
ate. Tho streets woro lined with
7 I The govornmont baud was station-
od on tho ground aud played prior
Y to the arrival of tho procession.
Tho members of the army and navy
, called on Consul General Shimizu.
, . A good many others, includiug pro
miusnt people and loading Japanoso
merchauts, also called at tho Con- ' Dr, rjubsch, physician to tho hoa
sulate. Salutes wore fired at inter- nital nt nnnatKiitinnnln. nsriihst
vnla frntn n wnndnn ryii.i ..m.m.l
I with bamboo and dnvliirht nkv.
rockets wero also sent up. These
latter presented a pretty sight as
tlinv exnloded in tho nir in nil
' , shapes.
1 About 11 o'clock tho lino was
formed and, headed by tho govern
meut band, the uaval procession
' Included in the
twelve mou dressed iu kimonos
and carrying long swords. Those
are known us swordsmen aud their
duties aro to behead prisoners when
so ordered. The army which had
'( its own buglors, followed tho navy
( somo distance bdhinu. Koaclung
7 King street tho procession headed
; ' for Independence Park, where liter-
I ' i ji.i.! i .,
RiiuemmRuuul.u n,.u,ia u
being hold this aftornoon. 1
Chief of tho Stair Yosimoto, aud
ni.s..f Pr......in.l..r ii,in
Chief Commander M.siuo.
, Au incident which happened in
i ironi oi tuo coiiBiiiato wnno me pro-
i cession was there teuds to show that
front of tho consulate while the pro
the J.ipaut',0 intend to stand by
their resolution to do nothing oflun
sivo t ) tho Chinese. A Chinaman
was riding towards town when his
animal shied at tho cruiser. Natives
, shouted and s?ard tho animal
worso, when two of tho Japanese
navy rushed up, grabbed tho reins
and tscortd the Chinauiau safely
through the orowd.
, Tho JapaiHHo from tho E.va 'plan
tation arrived in town by tho noon
train, and headed straight for Inde
Men With Tnlla
Most people have heard of a man
met.iiilifiri ..ill v mitltmr !! tnil l,,..
the subject of filled men, aud
quote, in an interesting little sketch,
several authorities beariug upon tho
John Struj8, a Dutch traiollor,
who visi'ed the island of Formosa
iu 1(577, says 'hat ho there saw a man
with a tail more than a foot long,
covered with red hair, and very like
' 0I, tuo FOllti, ,,0 of tut, i3iauil woro
. provided with like appendages.
Horuemaun reported that between
tho Gulf of Benin aud Abyssinia
woro tailed anthropophagi, called
-Niam-niams" and several othor
travellers allude to tho common ro-
port of tho oxiftnnco of such a raco
0f piKniies, whilst the subject was
brought before tho Academy of
Sciences in 1850 by MM. Arnault and
Vnyssiore, two well-known explorers,
, A vear later M. do Cnstnb.au ,-v.,
some details of an expedition against
these tailed men. He says tho
' Niam-niams had all of them tails
forty centimetres long, aud from
orty centimetres long, and f
two to i nrco in uiauieter. The mon
' ,Ver a ile.n hlnnU nn,l f n,i
However much a stalwart Tit-Uit-ito
can coutomplato the idea of mon
with tails, what a ihock it mutt bo
to his conceptions of feminine beau
ty when he is told that there are
women with tails tool And yet,
according to one testimony, such in
' i6 faci.
r- - - , , j- ......
in 1852 ho saw for tho first time a
tailed negress. The woman was
black as ebony, her hair frizzled,
tooth white, and eyes bloodshot,
Tho caudal appeud&go was two
inches long, and terminated in a
point. Tho woman was of caunibal
Tho Bame authority states that 1 e
' 8aw ja Constantinople tho sou of a
I physician, aged two years, who was
j i,orn with a tail au inch long. Ho
j belonged to tho whito Caucasian
Jir, Gould states that some years
, a uowsnaiior narnuraiiu record-
m lfi birth of a boy at Nowcastlo-
0n-Tyne, providod with a tail au
inch and a quarter long. Dr. Wolf,
! writing in 1801, says that in tho
College of Surgeous at Dubliu may
atil bo seen a huuiau Hkolotou with
' a tail poven incha loii.
In tho face of testimony such as
this, who can longer doubt t It we
h'o a step farther (or baekwanl) and
adopt the Darwinian theory of the
voitio,, of man. wo shall Derhana
- fnul U8S dillleulty in grasping this
inul less dillleulty in grasping
caudal appendage theory. Tit-