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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, JULY 24, 189G.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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Pnynblo Invariably In Advtvnco.
Toluphono 25G. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Slndo Her Llfo IIercililo, but She Is
t Cured by
lllpail tbo ti-Mlimmy of Mr. J". O.
Monro, Coburjr, A Iclorlii, vrl'OM) jjwi
.trait Is alio gltcm
"Some few jear'i ago I hiifiercd
't"iribly with indigestion mu pi i -rr.tl
debility. 1 could not slim,
mill my condition war. such u't to
innltu my life nii-o'rable. Xmio nl
'the. iiuinv voi'ii'dici I tried did !:)
.any rnol,.,tiid I rictpanid nf c v
getting lienor. One of my friends
told inn of tho blnod-uril liijr i inl
.mc'i;th-u;ivin;5 properties nt Ajim' i
PiitSMpiiriilii. and I bejfin tnkht.r i.
i:tnre I laid finished thellrnt buttle
1 felt better, and wii3 thus cwo.n
nxrd to give tint medicine a tin in uin'i
ivlal. In nil I used, four butll ,
and then was perfeotljj'hired of tin
F'.".t mis trouble which had a:!!iti i'
Hit. I now recommend, to .u.-, -he
eti&oLiiii; au I ilid, ' -
As a Splendid flerve and Blood Motllc'ne.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Solo Agonts for tho Iiormblio ot Hawaii.
Icriagoo's Notico of Intention to Fore
close and of Sale.
In accordance with the proIsIong of that
certain mortcnc made by U. II. ELAMA (k),
nna KKAI.AL..UNA, tils wife, to JOHN I'V
IjAA (k), dated .May 2$, bai, recorded In Ilia
llecUtnir Olllee, Oaliu, lu Liber Uo, pp.3:U
nnd Jilill, notice le hereby kIvch that said
inorlt;ne;ic hitundi to foreclose tho samofor
condition broken, to wit, tbo nnn payment of
botb principal and Interest when due.
Notice Is llkowho elveu that after (lie ex
piration of three wcckB from tills date tho
property cohered by aittd mortjjuo will bo
advertised for sale and will be sold at public
auction nt tbo auction rooms of James P.
Morgan, Honolulu, on Wcducsday, August
1',', lstffl. nt 13 o'clock noon of that day.
Kor further particular apply to J. A.
Mnnoon, attorney lor John Pulaa, mortgagee,
Honolulu Hole, Merchant street.
Dated Honolulu. July U0, Ib'JO.
Tho propcity to 'jo Bold U aa follows:
All that pleeu or parcel of land Minuted at
Kapanken nnd Opukaala, "W'ulkiKl, Oaliu,
described in lioynl I'atunt No, i!5(lS, Kuleona
1.VI0, to Knueniihll, eontiiliiliii; nil nicu of fuur
midiiiMoo nerus. H.riU-td
1120 1'oit Bti-eet, near Morchant.
Custom House Broker aud Statistician
General Business Agent.
Pnriim Mr. lloiirihiuiii's uheuco, Mr.
r.iK will havo chiiryo of my hooks nnd
nttcud to nil colloctiuiiH. lit can ho found
cither nt Mr. llourihiiiui't olllco nt Ugum k
Co.'h or lit my olllee,
333-tf D. IIEIHJBHT.
SHIPWRECKED NEAR FIJI
.MIDI' fHWlltSII OAI.IS I'llll.U I"J
l.f H(t .Vl OAST AWAY.
All f llir ir-u' Nuvnt-ItrllNIi Win.
Ill) t'lcUn Uii Uiio Itoitl
From itiio Suvn Tiruos oE tho
20th Juno, -which cntnu to hand
by II. M. S. Goldfinch on Juno
27, tho fallowing is glcnuud ro
gardiug tho wrock o tho Hhip
Siottiah Dales on n reet jionr Fijk
AlargrtMt'fllled witSi men was
observed pulling up tho harbor
yesterday afternoon shoatly after
the arrival o tho S. S. Taviuui,
and, on coaling alongside tho
wherf, it was found lo bo a life
boat containing somo twenty of
tho crew of the ship Scottish .Dales',
-which had gono ashoro on Vuata
"'utoa reef on Monday morning
last. JFrom what wo cau karu
tho ship was of 2000 tons register,
and belonged to Iloss and Co of
Livoriool, being only somo 13
years old. She loaded up with
timber at Tacoma, Pugot Sound,
for Port Pirie, fiouth Australia.
In addition to being filled up be
low, sho also carried a largo deck
load. Sho left Tacoma on April 28
last with a crow of 27 all told,
under tho command of Captain
McCarthy. Tho vessel was kept
close up to these islands, so as to
keep in with tho trade winds. On
Monday morning Inst nt bolweon
three and four o'clock the ibluud
of Yutoa was passed, ami at '1:30
a. m., tho ship, which wus cairy
ing a good spread of canvas, ran
uslioro on tho Vunln Vatoa roof,
adjoining Turtle Island, which is
210 miles eust-by-bouth--A-south
from Suva. Tho chart which tho
captain had did not show tho
patch, and tho first intimation of
the reef being thoro was the grind
ing of tho vessel or tho coral.
The well was at olico sounded.
Tho first timo only four inches
was registered, but tho next timo
tho water had risen to five feet,
ami the third sounding showed 11
loot. By this time tho deck cargo
was begiuning to wash away, so
tho boats wero lowered, and pro
visions, etc., placed on board.
Tho lifeboat had 20 souls on
board, Captain McCarthy be
ing in charge, and accom
panied by tho second mate, Tho
ship's gig contained tho remain
ing sovon of tho crow iu charge of
Mr. Chapman, first officer. After
having pulled ashort distnuco off,
tho lifeboat again went alongside
to got moro provisions, and also
to secure two canaries on board.
A craft was seen pulling off from
tho land, but tho crow were afraid
to wait for them, boiug afraid
they might bo cannibals. Tho
captain having a chart, compass,
chronometer, etc., at onco steered
a course for Suva, the other boat
following in thoir wako. The
lifeboat wub vory leaky, nnd four
hands wero necessary to keep her
dry, while sho also took seas.
Fortunatoly thoro was a fair wind
forSuva,so they sailed nil tho wtiy.
Thoro woro plonty provisions,
bnt thoy did not have sufficient
water. On Wednesday night be
tween 10 nnd 11 o'clock, the small
er boat was lost night of, and an
hour lator Solo light wns passed.
Tho men in tho lifeboat did not
appear much the worse for their
miahnp, with tho exception of ono
poor young lnd who was
proceeding to Australia for
a sea voyago for tho good of
his health, suffering from con
sumption. Ilo looks very weak,
and it is doubtful it ho will recov
er, lie wns at onco convoyed to
tho hospital, whore nil possible
euro will be taken of him. llolp
ing hands woro quickly oxtondod
to tho Bhipwrocked crow, and thoy
woro soon comfortably housed.
As tho othor bont did not put iu
an nppenranco yesterday morning,
1I.M.S. Itingarooma procoedod to
son at daylight in sonroh of hor,
and BucaoGtiod iu picking hor up
botwoon Solo Hoof and tho main
land of Kuiluvii. Having noolnut,
thoy did not kuow whoro thoy
wore, and woro frightened to land.
They mou woro all in good health
aud tho man-of-war roturnod with
them yesterday nt about 2 p. m.
Tho ship was to bo sold by auc
tion on tho20th Juno, together
with tho carjjo of timber. An olli
einl inquiry Into tho tSboIc wa to
bo hold at Suva last wekl A por
lion of tho o'row went on o Syd
ney by tho Onion Compnuy's
tj: conti MMiriKi..
OoJoncl McJ.viui 'IcIN it lint lio'.U mum
About tliu Mlstlnt Mjrii.
As stated in'yti)rluy"flsuo
Coloiiol McLean was tho princi
pal witness at tho session o tho
court-martial held Inst evening.
Ho told of the alleged disnp
poarnnco of ono of tho sights of
an Austrian field-pieco and tiio
fact that Cantain Good had re
ported it missing on or about May
loth, but as ho had tho sight in
his desk at tho timo ho paid no
further attention to Captain
Good's report. "On tho same
afternoon,"- said tho Colonel,
"Judgo Coopor sont for mo to tho
Foreign Oilico. On arrival thero
ho opened a drawor and pulled
out a packago wrapped in brown
paper, similar to that .before mo.
Upon unwrapping it a sight 4 of
ono of the Austrian guns was
disclosed, which wns wrapped in
tho stmo kind of paper. Upon
this was somo writing whiph
Judgo Coopor asked mo to road.
After reading tho lottor, for au
instant 1 was nonplussed. Wns
positive in my own mind that no
sight had boon taken from tho
Austrian guns, nor has any boon
tukou, 1 told Judgo Coopor I
would investigate." As tho re
sult of his investigations ho had
loarnod that about two months
previous a sight had been found
near the gun shod, which hud
been given to Captain Good us
officer of tho day. Sergoaut
Weathorby leporiod about thu
same timo that Ins sloio room had
boon broken into but ho had
noticed nothing missing. Upon
boing directed to mako anothor
search of tor tho interview with
Judgo Coopar he reported that an
Aubtrian eight had been tukeii
from ono of tho boxes.
Tho colonol was giou a loug
cross-examination by the counsel
for tho accused in which his
direct testimony was rehashed,
nnd Sergeants Taylor, Carlylo
and Moore afterwards told what
they know about the affair.
An adjournment wns then
taken until this evening.
XATIVK SAII.OK diioiv.n-i:i.
Ilo Tliroiy niiiixoir Into tlio Sen nt
On Thursday morning about
three o'clock, a native sailor
named llookauo jumped over
board from tho stoamor Kilauea
IIou, while that vessel was lying
at Mahukona. In a few moments
tho man rose alongsido tho steam
er, but immediately disappeared
and was not seon again. It is
thought ho had boeomo suddenly
' iai . mm
At the oponiug of a match at Ley
ton, England, betweeou tho Austra
lian Eloven and players ofEngland
the Australians oponed tho battiug
with Darling aud Iredalo at tho
wickets. Within the first ninety
minutes 100 runs woro registered.
No loss than fivo different bowlers
took a hand, but it was not till 117
had been registered that n sopni'a
tion was effected. Darling, who had
batted vory frooly, was caught out
with 70 to hia credit.
II Hiiro Vou Aro IHclit
And then tfi, rhrht alitad. If your blood Is
Impure, jour appetltt falllnj;, jour nones
J!,, '?u.ra4y tw sure that Hood's Sarsapar
lla Is what jounced. Then take no substi
tute. Insist upon Hood's and only Hood's.
IhUlstbo medlclno which has tho laruest
ales Iu ho world. Hood's Hauuparllla U
tho Ono True Illood I'urllWr.
Hooi.'Ml'iu.Haru prompt cillulint, ahwiys
icllahlu, ensj to take, easy to operr.to.
nt. woo it ti:i,i,.s or iiii:iu 'inn
l CHINA. A"J .1 ! N.
itnrnii(Jne KcxrMlitltoitv mill Inflec
tion of Iiiiiufcruiil .'.I'i'iiiiuoil inr
Attorno3'-Gpusral Smith and
Dr. C. Di Wood of tin Board of
Health returned on tlrtr- Bclgic
thi-i morning from their tup to
China, which win? ninlorUkon
Avilh tho View of establishing a
preliminary quarantine of Chi
nese iinmigrnuts at Hongkong.
Before thoy reached that port,
however, they woro told that
would be impossible, as thoro was
no place on the island to establish
a station. On their arrival nt
Hongkong tin found this to ho
true. Every foot of tho island is
occupied and laud is so
valuublo that setting apart
sufficient of it for quaran
tine purposes is simply out of the
quostion. Thoy accomplished
thoir object in another way, as
will bo seen in tho account of tho
trip givon by Dr. Wood to a Bui.
m:tin repreKOiitativo this morning.
Prefacing his reumikj with n
tributo to the general courtesy
which had beou extended to tho
Attorney-General and himself by
tho officials of both countries and
especially by the higher Jnpnnoso
ones, Dr. Wood said: When wo
found that preliminary quaran
tine at Hong Kong was
not lo be accomplished wo
looked about for tho noxt best
thing and finally got tho steam
ship companies lo agree to fumi
gate all tho baggage of tho immi
grants boforo taking thorn on
boaid. We also arranged that
thoy should no longer bo allowed
to tako auy fool on bonrd, but do
nputl ontirolj OH thot fut-iiiolitil
by tho ship. We furthi-r arrnnge'd
thai tho preliminary live dayB'
quarantine should virtually tako
place on tho voyago to Japan.
Tho Chineso immigrant to Ha
waii will now bo personally in
spected by Dr. Jordan, ns tho
medical officer of tho Hawaiian
Government, boforo going on
board at Hongkong, if passed
by him his buggago is then fumi
gated and everything in J tho
nature of food thrown otit. It
has boon arrunged that no immi
grants are to bo brought to Ha
waii oxcopt by steamors calling
at Japaueso ports on tho
way. From Hongkong tho first
Tiipauosa port reached is Naga
saki. Here the officials of tho
Japaueso government board tho
ship aud a pergonal examination
is mado of each immigrant.
Whether tho passenger is to land
in Japan, Hawaii or San Fran
cisco, mokes no difference. Three
days aro occupied in tho voyago
to Nagasaki. From thonco it is a
day and a night on tho Inland
soa to Kobe, -where a similar in
spection tokos placo, nnd from
Kobo to Yokohama two days
moro when tho immigrants aro
again examined. This makes
about six days actunl steaming
and includiug detentions botweon
sovon and eight days from Hong
kong to Yokohama, during which
tho immigrant is virtually ex
amined spvon times, four times
by Hawaiian officii) Is and three
times bv Japanese, for after ouoh
inspection by Jnpanese health
officers the Hawaiian agents mako
"It would scorn almost impossi
ble," continued tho doctor, "that
cases of sicknosB should oscapo de
tection, but thoy do, as witnoss
tho case of small- pox discovered
by Dr. Eldredgo on tho China tho
othor day. In that caso wo loarn
od tho mnu had Bocrotod himsolf
and got anothor man to ropresout
him. By personally going through
tho Chinese stoorago Dr. Eldredgo
found tho man and had him sont
iibIiovo. Tho Japoncho are vory
strict in quarantine matters, and
aro ndopling htroiuiuiio inonburos
to koop tho iilnguo out of their
country. So j.ir they lmv buon
successful, though it was said
they could not keep it out. Every
man when inspected has his pulse
folt long enough to see that it is
iu a normal condition and his faco
is closely examined."
Speaking of tho plague in China
Dr. Wood said he had visited the
hospital in Hongkong and famil
iarizfd himself with it. There
were four cases a day on an aver
age during his visit but many
others woro novor roported. The
victims died and their
bodies wero spirited away
unknown to tho authoiities.
'I'llO 13rit5nll imHiorilioa nf
'Hongkong aro so jealous ot any
interiernnco witn thoir commer
cial and shipping iulorests that
thoy novor quarautiuo against
anything. Tho port is free at all
times, disease or no disease. Dur
ing his stay ho had conferred with
two eminent Japanese specialists
who woro making a study of tho
plague, ono of whom took tho
disease and nearly died with it,
and with tho medical representa
tive of tho Gorman Government,
who was making a systematic
bactoriological iuvostigatiou of
tho disease. Tho results of these
conforencos would bo transmitted
by him to tho Board of Health.
During tho trip tho Attomoy
Geueral mado tho following ap
pointments of medical agents, of
tho Hawaiian Govornmont: Dr.
Jordan at Hongkong; Dr. Paul at
Nagasaki; Dr. Groliam at Kobo.
Dr. Eldredgo is, of course, con
tinued in olllco at Yokohama as
hia services to this govornmont
havo been invaluable Tho uow
appointeo at Hongkong is n
practicing physician of mnuy
years Btnnding nud of great re
pute. A medical oxammor was
also appointed nt Amoy, together
with a toinpornry consul, but
theso two appointments havo to
bo confirmed by tho Foreign
Dr. Wood says ho visited every
quarantine station on tho trip aud
inspected tho fumigating plants
and buildings. On thnso visits
lie ' ni3 escorted by Jnpuneso
officials who showed him every
attention and courtesy. Thero is
no quarantine station at Hong
kong, but tho ono at Yokohama is
n magnificent institution, provid
ed with Ovory modern appliauco.
It is situated a little out of tho
harbor, tho trip taking about au
hour in a stoain launch Tho ouo
nt Nngosaki is also "tiptop," uo
cording to Dr. Wood. Tho ouo
at Kobo is good, but differs from
tho others in boing under milita
ry supervision. All are fitted
with tho most modern conveni
ences for fumigation and disin
fection obtainable. Upon the
statement being mado by tho At
torney Ginoral in Hongkong that
tho Hawaiian Govornmont would
accopt no immigrants direct with
out iivo days preliminary quarau
tiuo,tho Chinese immigration poo
plo atAmoymado an effort to obtain
suitable promisoB. Failing in this
thoy obtained an old hulk which
is lying in tho rivor and will bo fit
ted upfor tho purposo.A good many
of tho immigrants come from
Amoy and for this reason Hawai
ian officials will bo stationed
During thoir slay in Tokio, tho
two Hawaiian representatives
wero mado much of, ono of tho
highest nnd busiest officials in tho
Empire devoting a day and a half
of his valuable timo ex
clusively lo thorn. That was
the head of tho National Medical
and Police Bureau, a vory impor
tant oilico. This gentleman gavo
them much valuable information
and escorted them to tho different
crematories, five in number. Cre
mation has boon in vogue for ngos
in Japan and tho peoplo areas
much accustomed to it as
tlioso iu India, but up to
twenty years ago it merely con
sisted in burning tho bodies
on a wood fire in tho opon air.
Tho fivo crematories of Tokio are
owned by an incorporated compa
ny, established loss than oight
years ago. There is ouo vory
largo ono in a control portion of
tho city and four smallor ones in
tho suburbs. Somo idoa of tho
Continued on Silt Payc.
SHOOTING SCRAP AT HILO
MAKItl VJi: or IU. Utlil.lAMM AND
HUM I.II.IA I'M'MdiTI'.
Tb Ohm Itiiicbull Clnb-llic lliiu'iill.
mi t'lrriiH Arrltnl nf Hip A utile
Our llilo correspondent sends
iis tho following under date ot
July 23d nt 1:30 n. m. : There
wns considerable excitement along
Fort street last Saturday even
ing about 5 o'cloclj, caused
by tho appearance of mi
intoxicated individual with
riilo in hand. Ho took a shot at.
a Chinaman who was passing at
tho timo. Tho ball entered tho
knoo shattering tho bono. Tho log
was so badly injured thnt it had
to bo amputated abovo tho knee.
Tho man was placed in jail nnd
now awaits trial. Tho Chinaman
is not oxpoctod to recover from tho
From Officer Cordes who came
down on tho steamor, it is learned
that tho assailant was named
Henry James, who is n carponlor
by trade. Ho has latoly boon em
ployed as a luuo over prisoners
on tho Volcano road and moro ro
contly at his trado in Hilo. Affor
imbibing freely of Hilo whisky
on Saturday ho procured p, riilo
from Lyourgus' restaurant and
started after a man with whom
ho had had a difficulty. When ho
found him ho fired at him but
struck tho Chinaman instead. Ho
wns arrqsted by Sheriff Hitchcock
and his examination is postponed
to nwnit tho result of the China
Dr. B. B. Williams was today
married to Miss Gelin F. Plunkctt
at 9 o'clock n. in. Thoy left for
Volcano House; from there they
catch thoHnll nud start on a tour
of tho InlnlxlH.
D. Conway of Griubaum A Co.
loft this morning for the Volcano
Tho Annie Johnson arrived in
Hilo harbor this moruing,10 days
from San Francisco. Slid brought
a mixed cargo forllilo merchants,
also four passengers.
Tho Misses Cartor are visiting
the Goodales at Papaikou.
Messrs. llobort and Win. Low
ers are at tho Volcano for a rest.
Misses Flora and Julia Perry
aro ponding their vocation at
Potor Lee's hostlory, the Volcano
House. Th-y oxpect.to return to
Honolulu in about four weoks.
Mrs. Baldwin nnd hor mother,
Mrs. Curlis, returned from tho
Volcano whoro they have boon
for tho past week.
Tho Olaa basobnll club is tho
latest in llilo. Tho club is mado
up of good matorialandit promis
es lo put up what is lerm-d base
ball. Challenges should bo ad
dressed to Manager Aborcrombie,
On Saturday afternoon tho
Lanakilas and Holomuus will
cross bots for tho 3rd time. Twice
havo tho Haolos boon defeated
but this timo the team will bo
strongor and will certainly givo
tho native team a hard job heat
ing thorn out. McCondles" and
Jlolaud will do tho battery work
for tuo Hooles.
Tho Hawaiian circus camo to
llilo per Kinau. Thy gavo a
Horii'H of throe performances to
good sized ludiences.
The examination by tho Mar
shal and a fire jury into tho origin
of vest-rday's tiro at 13. F. Elders
it Co.'s store was concluded this
morning but from tho evidence
adduced tho jury wore unable to
arrive tit nny dofiuito conclusion.
II. M. Dow offors to boII a fine
lot commanding a magnificent
view aud situated at tho corner of
Hnckfold and Prospect streets.
Ono can son tho mountain nnd
Mokiki plniu on one hand and tho
Hen and harbor with tho oity just
bouoath on tho other. It is al
ready supplied with water pipes
r " i
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