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After boing thoroughly repair
ed and, renovated tho Club hotel
was thrown open to tho public on
"Wednesday at 5:30. Those who
woro present at tho opening din
ner wore loud in their praiso of the
uoatness and tasto displayed not
only in tho table arrangements
but throughout tho house. Hav
ing rocoutly arrived from Japan,
tho now hostess has introduced in
tho arrangements some pretty
Japanese effects which must bo
soon to bo appreciated. Tho table
is both excellent and homelike
and tho service quiet and prompt.
Under tho now management tho
hotel is bound to becomo popular.
Prelly unci itnro I'luli.
W. Jas. Sherwood, proprietor of
Jjoug JJnincli liaths, received some
raro living piscatorial treasures
by tho stoamor Rio do Janeiro.
Thoy aro threo pairs of tho sacred
gold fish of Japan, which aro ex
tremely hard to got in tho "Laud
of tho Rising Sun." Their color
is a deep orango. Tho tail spreads
out laterally in four branches, and
tho bright body color comes down
on tho dark color of tho tail in
broad rays. It is an exceedingly
protty fish. Mr. Sherwood puts
tho specimens rocoivod in his
aquarium ot Long Branch.
The VhuuI Interminable DpIh-s lie-
'tneen IIhcch Cnuie. Coimlilcr-
That bicycle racing is rapidly
increasing iu popularity was
shown by tho good attendance at
tho race truck bofoto tho timo of
tho first race, and further by tho
fact that many people weut out
for tho solo purposo of seeing that
portion of tho program only.
Tlioso people saw two good races
and got homo in timo for dinner,
while those whoso fondness for
horsoracing led thorn to stay to
tho ond luul all thoy could do to
got homo in time" for eupper..
Thoro was no excuso iu tho world
why tho races should not have
been over by -1 o'clock, but as a
prominent member" of tho Jockoy
Club said to tho writer: "It will
never bo any difforent as long as
Captain Tripp is there. Jb)r
twolvo or fourteen years he has
always been selected as a judgo
and naturally takes precedouco
ovor tho othor two. Ho has got
into the habit- of letting -jockeys
and drivers run ovor him and can't
linln it. Tf in timn tlia nltilt mo.ln
'achaugo for its own good. If wo
am not noou uuarley Wilson so
much for a starter wo would try
and havo him as a judge. It's all
Tho speaker evidently voiced
tho sentiments of other membors,
fonthoro were, loud and constant
complaints -in tho Jockoy Club
quartors all. through tho day.
At 10 o'clock tho proceedings
opened with tho
First Bicycle Race Prize, gold
modal valued at S20, half mile,
scratch, .free for all. Henry
Giles, R. A. Doxter, Geo. Angus,
F. A, Damon, T. V. King and G.
The riders were all bunched to
gether until coming down to tho
wire, Damon loading. When about
fifty yards from tho poBt Doxter
mado a rtiarvalniiR nnnrf. mirl nnoa.
od tho others liko a Hash, winning
easily, Damon second. Timo 1:14.
Second Bicyclp Race Gold
medal valued at $30, ono milo
handicap. R. A. Dextor and
George Angus, scratch; H. A.
Giles, 22 yards; F. B. Damon, 34
yards; G. A. Martin, 43 yards;
T. V. King, 47 yardB ; John
Sylva, OG yards; Albert Cunha, 70
This race was well planned and
prettily played by tho Tribune
men, it being understood that
King was to win if ho could, and
u not uiat uoxtor would be on
hand with resevvo enough for ono
of his old-time spurts and snatch
the victory out of tho jaws of do
foat. Tho schomo worked to a
charm, King winning tho race in
2:32 2-5, Damon second.
Third Race Honolulu Purso,
$200, running raco, ono-half mile
dash, freo for all. Lord Brock,
Ballota and Star.
Lord Brock took thn lond nnrl
kept it, winning hands down in
:50 2 5.
Fourth Raco Merchants' purso,
$15, trotting and paoing to har
ness, best 2 in 3, 2:45 class.
Charles S., Margaret H., Lottio
L., Alvina and Ralph.
In this raco tho drivers got in
their deadly work on tho judges
and tho onlookers had to suffer a
delay of about half an hour or
moro before tho horsos woro fiunl
ly sent off. Whon thoy did go
tho start was not as good ae
sovoral previous ones in whioh
tho horses had boon called back.
Ralph took tho lead and main
tained it to tho end, winning in
2:32, Margaret II. second.
In the second heat thoro was a
ropotition of tho tiresome scoring.
"When tho horses finally got off
Ralph soon took tho lead and
won in 2:33 J,
Fifth Raco Oceanic S. S. Co.
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ItireeiitiUveii IMeun Repent
wfe he;(l.riilln Art.
NiNrL-y-Etoimt Day, June 12th.
Aftr the usual preliminaries iu
the Senate this morning a com
munication was read from the
Houso, noting bills passed on
"Wednesday and their transference
to tho Passed Bills Co'mmitteo.
Under suspension 6f tho rules
Minister Cooper introduced a bill
appropriating $1300 for additional
oxponscs of tho Legislature. Pass
ed first, second and third roading
by a unanimous vote.
Sonator Lyman from tho Com
mitteo on Passed Bills roportod
that Sonato Bills 18, 19 and 20. re
lating to loans, ond Senate Bill 55,
additional appropriations for tho
Buroau of Education, had boon
prosonted to tho Prosidout for his
Senator Lyman mado a further
report from tho conference com
mitteo on tho wido tires bill, rp
commending tho adoption of tfio
Houso amendments thereto.
Sonator Hocking moved to lay
tho roport on tho tablo and Sen
ator Brown seconded tho motion,
which carried by a vote of G to 4,
which kills tho bill.
On tho order of tho day tho bill
relating to publjo holidays camo
up on third reading.
Senator Brown moved to strike
out tho third Saturday in Septem
ber. Sonator Schmidt moved to
amond by striking out tho third
Saturday in September and sub
stitute a day to bo fixed by tho
Minister of tho Interior to cele
brate the opening of tho harbor
Senator Brown accepted tho
amendment, whioh was lost on a
Sonator Brown then ronowed his
motion to strike out tho third
Saturday of September, which
Tho bill then passed, Souutors
"Wright and Brown voting no.
Minister Coopor askod recou
suloration of the vote on tho wido
tires bill, but a motion to that
offoct failed of tho requisite two
thirds vote and tho bill was not
only killed but finally buried.
On tho suggestion of Minister
Coopor that a veto of a Houso
Bill was on tho way, a recoss was
taken to 1:30 p. m.
Ninety-eighth Day, June 12th.
house of kehtesentatives.
In tho House this morning tho
roport of tho Conference Commit
tee on tho wido tires bill was ap
proved. Seuato Bill 54, making appro
priations from tho now loan,
passod third reading.
Sonato Bill 5G. authorizing tlin
expenditures of tho refunding
loan, pnssod third loading.
Tho Sonato Concurrent Resolu
tion concerning tho printing of
departmental reports was again
talcon up on Rop. Richards'
motion to adopt.
Rop. Bond again opposod tho
resolution on tho ground that it
required tho Ministers to do
somothiug which tho law did not
give thorn tho powor to do, but
when asked to explain by Rop.
Robertson tho member could not
After somo further argumont a
motion to lay tho resolution on
tho tablo was defeated and tho
rosolution was then adopted.
Houso Bill GO, amending tho
Laud Act, passed third roading.
A communication was received
from tho Sonato transmitting tho
bill appropriating $1300 for addi
tional oxponses of tho Legislature
Continued on J,th Page.
TIIK HOI'NTOr.X KAY DISI'LAYKO
Huccen.rul Kerlei. of i:xperlmeiit liy
J, J. Wllllmn mid Amtxtntiti" Hid
den Tiling Ilcvenlcd.
Last ovening another brilliant
gom was addod to tho crown
which surmounts tho brow of the
great discoverer of tho Roentgen
Ray, that marvelous and mysteri
ous light which shines through
the densest of objects. At the
same timo our estoomod follow
citizens, James J. "Williams and
II. G. Rhodes, scored a triumph
in Bcientiuc experimentation which
will long bo romombored in Ho
By tho lost Monowai Mr.
Williams received a largo packing
caso filled with Crooko's tubes.
Thoy woro carefully unpackod and
laid away in a vasoliuo and gam
boge composition, in ono of
tho apartments of Mr. "Williams's
photographic gallery. Yostbrday,
Messrs Williams and Rhodes,
both of whom havo been making
a study of the properties of tho X
ray ond its peculiar attributes, to
gothor with Charlos Weatherwax,
tho skilful manipulator of tho
cameras,, sot up tho apparatus
which is necessary for tho proper
dovolopmont of Roentgen photo
graphs, and thoir effort in that
now and wondorful art woro
crowned with tho greatest success
from tho start.
At firat a block of polished ma
hogany threo inches in diamotor
was focused and a three
snot of diamonds placed be
hind it. Tho Crook's tubo was
hung so as to sond its rays
through tho wood and a porfect,
although somewhat dim, photo
graph of the card was taken right
through tho solid mahogany. Next
a hugo iron safe, sovon feot in dia
motor was solocted. This timo
tho object to bo photographed was
a small stone idol, which decorates
ono cornor of tho rocoption room.
Tho result was tho same, only that
more powor boing used tho pic
ture, when developed, was much
clearor than tho first ono.
"Now," said Mr. "Williams, "I
propose that wo take a picture of
Charlie," meaning Mr. Woathor
wax. "I am ready," said "Woathor
wax, taking his stand on a low
pedestal, so as to get in lino with
tho oyo of tho camera. Mr.
Rhodes officiated as. photograph
er. "A little to tho right, ploaso,"
Boid ho, "and olovato your chin a
"Now turn on tho licllt." nnrl n
moment later tho duzzling glaro
played in fierce whito aureoles
ubout tho body of tho Bubjoot.
Tho BonsitiKed plato was ex
posed for forty seconds and, when
the preliminary washing and acid
bath had boon gone through
with, tho plato was brought
to tho light and a ino3t
most startling disclosuro rosultod.
"Weatherwax is entirely without
In placo of tho usual 208 pieces
of hard limo formations usual iu
tho human body, this man has
run entirely to musolo and glu
cose Besides this tho organs of
respiration aro entirely misplaced,
tho right lung being on tho loft
side and tho loft lung on tho right
sido. Thoro is on enormous do
volopmont of bronchial tubing,
moro thau is ordinarily found iu
a dray horso.
Besides theso wonderful pheno
mena there aro soveral minor dif
ferences botwoen him and other
people. This discovery soomed
beyond boliof until proven by
personal examination of tho sub
ject. For instance, "Williams and
Rhodes, aided by a Bulletin
representative grasped. "Weather
wax firmly by tho hoad and by
pressing hard it was found to bo
perfectly iloxiblo, liko that .of an
India rubber doll, proving that
thoro is no skull.
Further particulars will bo given
whon Weatherwax golB his head
1IOUNK COM.IUTTLK VaVOKS Til
SEW YonK COMPANY.
,, rranel.c. to 'li!nn vl Hnnnlt
mid Japan -Itlninp nfCoit nml
Neliednle of Itulri.
"Wabhixqtoi;, May 29. The
Houso Committee on Commerce
today authorized Mr. Bennett ot
Now York to mako a fuvorable ro
port on a substitute for soveral
bills, providing for a cable to
Hawaii, Japan, and China.
Uridor tho torma of tho bill the
Postmastor-General, in hio dis
cretion, may contract with tho Pa
cific Cablo Company of N.ew York
for tho construction of a cable be
tween tho United States and Ha
waii, Japan and China, via the
Tho bill grants tho right of way
ovor United States lands and pro
vides that tho lino may bo con
trolled by tho Prosidout in timo of
war or other extraordinary emer
gency. A subsidy of 8100,000 is
granted. If advantago is token of
tho measure, tho line to tho Ha
waiian Islauds mut bo completed
by January 1, 1898, and extended
to China by tho 1st of Januarv.
Later Mr. Bonnott presented
the bill to tho House, accompan
ied by a report. From this roport
it appears that tho cost of the ca
blo from Son Francisco to Japan
by the routo contemplated, togeth
er with a repair ship, is estimated
at $7,500,000. Tho subsidy ot
$100,000 per annum is to bo paid
for eighty years and the com
pany is to transmit freo of cost for
all timo tho official messages of
tho Government, giving them
right of way. Tho rate for ordi
nary private dispatches is not to
exceed $1.25 per word on messa
ges between tho United States and
Japan and Ohina,and 35conts per
word botwoon tlio United States
and Honolulu. Press rates are
not to oxceed ono-quartor of those
charges. Tho Pacific Cable Com
pany is organised with a capital
of $10,000,000, proposes to build
tho coblo by sales ot stock and
doos not proposo to issue bonds.
Heroic Ilcnolvn ti Ntiitlr Medicine tor
Work lu C'lilnu.
Father L. L. ConrardV, who
left hero lately after laboring for
many years at tho Molokai Lopor
Settlement, has written to the
Hollister Drug Company from
Canton, China, ordering some
packages of root boor for a brothor
priest, who was inducod to try the
beverage on tho writer's recom
mendation. Father Conrordy
soys ho found outsido of Cautoa
spvoral thousand lepers. "Thoy
live in a most misorablo condi
tion," ho says. "I pity them from
tho bottom of my heart. Poor,
poor people thoy aro. My hoart
goes out to thorn. To do them
good I must qualify myself as u
physician. For this I will' go to
California ond study modicino
aim uio unineso Jonguogo, and
then I will go back to Canton. I
wish I had come to China when I
firBt mado up my mind to live in
this country. That is ovor 40
years ago, but although now over
fifty I will fit mysolf for my posi
tion. I will not bo tied up hore
as I was on Molokai, whoro inuoh
good could bo done if free, but
whore muoh good is not done."
Whilo "W. A. Bbwon was riding
into town from tho railway station
on a crowded street car yesterday
afternoon, standing on tho sido ot
tho car, a basket ho carried was
crushod against a telephono post
ond forced out of his hands. His
crutches caught on tho buiho ob
staolo and woro hurled to the
ground. It was a narrow escapa
from sorious injury for himself.
That particular tolophono post has
been written about years ago as
dangerous to car passongors.
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