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TUL.3DAY KVKNING, February
23, at 7.80 o'clock, for the purposoof
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A Qnlet, Homelike Place, where Trained
Hnrses, Massage, "Swoiliuh Movement,"
Hatha, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone. 039. Superintendent.
During my absence from the Ha
waiian Ialuuda, Mr. Charles A. Rico
will have full charge of the business
of the Wulnlno Dairy unil Ilaunli.
PAUL- H I8ENHERO.
Honolulu, Fob. 5, 1897. 61fl-2w
Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Will provide First-class Mtibio for Itc
ceptlons, l'icuoijLunus, Grand Balls, etc.,
etc Ajl orders given prompt attontion.
9 Leave orders with "K HaloOiwi"
W. W. Dimoml. or to Cain I). WIHokal,
HI Itlchards stieot. 515-lm
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Nut AHaeliVaii "
The followiug interesting items
aro culled from European telegia
phio correspondence continued in
papers brought by tho City of Pe
king: ' ,
London is to,bo fortiGcd ngainst
a possible invasion by forces land
ing on the southern coast. Tho
plan of fort works dates as far
back as tho timo of tho Duke of
Wellington, but has boon revived
by Lord Wolsoley and other mili
tary authorities, and adapted to
the chauges of modern warfare.
Tho military works bill provides
for tho construction of a chain of
fort works from tho Southern
Downs to tho heights on tuesnith
of London, on which tho Crystal
Palaco is a conspicuous object.
The sohomo includes barracks aud
other military works. Tho cost,
which will bo something formida
ble for tho treasury to face, will bo
met by advances from tho consoli
dated fund, to bo Repaid by install
ments extending over twenty
Tho Sanitary conferenco on the
bubonic plague which opens at
Venice next Friday will not find
tho British Government in touch
with tho majority of tho delegates
as to tho international precautions
to provout tho extension of tho
plague. Tho British Government
has dono nothing as yot to check
its possible appearance in Groat
Britain beyond ordering that all
ports having traffic with India bo
visited by special sanitary inspec
tors. No quarantine measures
have boon taken and rags can bo
easily exported from Bombay and
Kunicheo without hindrance and
inspection. Belying upon the
climatic conditions of England,
which aro suppoeod to bo un
favorable to a plaguo epidomic
and on sanitation, which is now
general throughout the country,
tho British authorities do not in
tho least fear the plague.
If tho Btand taken by tho Eng
lish dologates to the conferenco
can bo forecasted from certain
official statements heard hero it
will bo summed by contending
that tho measures to check the
spread of tho opidomic in India
aro as perfect as can bo, and that
tho best protection against the
epidomic nlllictiug Eurppo will bo
greator attention to cleauliuoss at
tho ports and among the people of
Europo. Put plainly, tho English
uciegaios win say: "xour quar
autino proposals aro useless. Get
clean and tho plague will not
The notoriously unsanitary Btate
of Italian towns, the dirty habits
of tho people, tho filthiness of the
Russians, and the defects of sani
tation in Austria and Germany,
and oven French centers, as com
pared with tho English, will givo
point to tho English contention.
Spasmodic sanitation efforts wore
mado at the time of the last cho
lera visitation in Germany, Italy
and othor Continental countries,
but since then tho international
measures have boou generally
Dr. Koch, tho eminent Gorman
bacteriologist, has tolographod
that he is roturniug with a nowly
discovered Berum which will les
sen the forco of tho rinderpest.
In tho meantime, ho says, he is
unable to Bay whether ho will bo
able to prevent animals from be
ing infected wfitli tho disease He
hue demonstrated that sheep aud
horned cattle aro tho mo'st liable
of all animals to contract tho
disease, and tliat dogs, monkeys
and rodents enjoy complete im
munity from it. Dr. Koch wiros
that ho is not going to Bombay to
study tho bubonic plaguo which
is raging there, deBpito tho fact
that ho has boon asked to head
tho commission whioh is to bo
sont to Bombay for that purpose.
KOOUU'S DEATH CERTAIN
rr.ii;iv Niirun r co.m.y rt:i.i,s or
111'lM.Mi Tin; uiUVi:.
The Tmii Rlllf liW'iitlllril-llnrrlett In
n Oil-Kli, Cunt mill
Deputy-Sheriff Coney has ar
rived from Kauai with his pri
sonor, Patrick Gulleu, aud ho has
made his report ofnbe finding nnd
opeuiug of tho gravo of 'Kooluu to
Marshal Brovu. It is doomed
conclusive, and there is no longer
any -doubt that Kooluu is really
It appears that after Coney had
caplured his man in Kalalau
valley the latter told him of Koo
lau's death and that ho could show
him tho gravo. Ho was asked to
do so anil took tho party to a spot
very close to tho cave used by tho
outlaw leper as his homo. Here
ho showed them a mound and
told them it contained tho body of
Koolau. It was decided to open
tho gravo and see what it contain
ed. After digging a short die
tauco a rough wooden box was
found. This was brought to tho
surface aud opened. Iu it wrap
ped in a now oilskin coat was tho
body of a man too far advanced
iu decomposition to bo recogniza
ble. Tho size aud shapo of the
body, however, was similar to that
of Koolau. In tho box were an
Austrian needlo gun, an old 41
Henry riflo and a cartridge bolt,
all of whioh have boon identified
by many people as belonging to
Anton Cropp of Koloa positive
ly idoutifios tho needle guu as ono
Koolau obtained from him, while
tho stock of the old il calibro riflo
with which the outlaw shot the
two unfortunate National Guards
mon was ono mado by Koolau
himself and bears his initials aud
othor marks of identification.
It was impossiblo to judgo how
long tho outlaw had been dead,
but it is tho opinion at police
headquarters that it must bo at
least live months. It waB about
five mouths airo that tho rumors
of Koolan's death first began to
circulate on Kauai and ho has not
boon soon nlivo siuco. About tho
samo timo uatives were seen car-
ryinc some routjh boards into tho
valley which woro doubtless used
in making tho coffin.
It was well known that Koolau
had obtained a now wntorproof
coat aud that ho was iu tho habit
of carrying it with him. Tho last
timo ho was seen alivo he had it
on, and it is pretty e'ertaiu that
ho would not have parted with it
to wrap up nnyono else's corpse.
Marshal Brown stated this
morning that he was fully satis
fied that ICoolau was dead.
Walnlua Anuexntloit Clult.
A mooting of those who had
signed tho Aunoxation roll at
Waialua, Oahu, was called on
Friday ovoning at 7 p. in., in tho
Waialua courthouse. After roll
call, forcible speeches favoring
annexation woro mado by Dr.
Reid, A. Cox and Ed. Horo, and
then the followiug gentlomon woro
olocted officers of said club: Ed.
Horo, President; A. Cox, Vice
President; A. Kaili, Sooretary; H.
Wharton, Jos. Naukana and Sol.
Kaululuau, enrollment committee.
SPANIARDS HIGHLY EXCITED.
Tho Londo cable Item today has tho
following: "The Cuban resolutions in
the United States Senate-would be re
garded hero as a little more than a
useful safety valve for the jingo sent
iment "did not tho Madrid telegrams
show the highly Inflammable state of
tho Spanish populace. It suggests that
they drink Rainier Beer and heep cool.
On tap or in bottles at tho Criterion.
That picturo in King Bros',
window which has attracted so
much attention is not tho portrait
of anyouo horo.
A MURDER OR SUICIDE?!
l'M'DMAIt f'lltfllMIHTAXCEM or
JtJ'.vvr.Ni: woiMX'N rtiuni.
I'oiiikI Ilnuuliiff A'roK llio llolit ill
tin- Old Vlioniici' Kiiluiiinnti
llio lniiKl Aitjuiiriird.
At 7:30 this morning tho body
tot a Japanese woman wus found
hauciuL' in tho omn hold of tho
K'1;1 dihiiirtutled schooner Kula-
inaiiu, lying near tho fishmorket
wharf. Tho polico woro notified
and cut down the body and took
it to tho police station. It was at
first thought to be a cleur case of
suicido but upon investigating tho
circumstances under which tho
body was found Marshal Brown
has arrived at the conclusion that
a foul murdor has beou perpetrat
ed. The old hulk of tho Kulamaun
is moorod to tho wharf
and outside tho hulk is
ono of tho small schooners that
ply about tho islaud. The liuo
which secured this schooner to
tho wharf passed directly acrobs
tho hulk of the Kulamnuu and
6ver tho open hatchway of tho
lattor vessel. From tho middle
of tho hatchway a second rope
had been mnilo fat to tho first, at
tho end of wind) dangled tho
body of tho Japanese woman.
Tho native captain of tho schoon
er noticed tho body whou ho
crossfd the hulk to get to his own
vessel this morning nnd notified
tho polico. No ono was aboard
the schooner lust night, ns far as
Shortly after tho body was taken
to tho station house it was identi
fied by a Japanese hotelkcopor as
that of his wifo, who was named
Kiru and was 28 years old. Ho
missed her from home about 8
o'clock, last night and in company
wuii uireo or ins countrymen
searched tho town for her until 3
this morning. They found no
tracos of hor and gavo up tho
search, intending to renew it this
Marshal Hrown impanolod a
jury at noon which viewed the
body. Tho inquest was thon post
poned until further invoatigntion
is made into tho peculiar circum
stances nttonding tho death. Mar
shal Brown stated to a roportor
this aftoruoon that tho case was
so suspicious that ho feared, mur
dor had been dono, and tho furth
er tho case was investigated tho
moro cloarly it becamn npparont.
Thoro woro many very peculiar
things whioh had como to light
during tho morning which had to
bo looked into boforo going to tho
jury. Tho manner in whioh tho
ropo was tied round tho woman's
neck aud especially tho way it was
tied to tho hawser connocting tho
schooner with the wharf was ono
of thoso oircumstauces. It did not
seem possiblo for tho woman to
have dono it horsolf. Dr. Emer
son has boon making a thorough
examination of tho body and much
may depend on his testimony.
Tho Japanese community is
ruuoli oxcited over tho affair and a
representative of tho Consulate
will bo prosont at the inqueBt.
Superior bronkfiist sausage is a
speoialty at tho Central Market.
Ring up 101.
Two thousand five hundred
dozon Valenciennes Edgings and
Insertions arrived per S. S. War
rimoo for L. B. Kerr, and are be
ing thrown away.
At rillllia Nqillirv.
Tho following selections will bo
roudored at tho concert to bo giv
en at Emma square this evening
by tho govornmout band:
March- Liberty licll Sous
Overture -Washington .Clauss
KMiUfcln Tho HlvaU I'cttco
Medley War Hcunllcctlona Beyer
Cornet oolu Columbia Kollliisoti
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Fantasia Noitli and Sooth Tokaul
Waltz KoutaUIe , Cootu
CialotiThe Hunters Frlclie
Tho Star Spangled Iluuucr.
EVERYBODY PLAY BALL
l'I.AVi:ilS WAN I
Nim Un-htt Ilnlc4 ,Tnkc llir Ilmi'lrc
.1 tiiolillc .llnxtrr nr iho I'lrld
IMirlui: Hip Cinmc
A loading member of oiio of tho
local clubs was interviewed ou Sat-
j urdny by a Bulletin ropresenta
tivo as to tho prospects for tho
coming season aud his answer
was that a good deal depended on
prompt and effectivo action by tho
delegates to tho Association. Said
"They have tried to have two
meetings nnd failed both timns in
gutting a quorum. Why this has
beou so I don't know, whethur it
was through a mistako in tho timo
of meeting or whatever tho reason
may bo it Bhould be rectified.
Speaking for myself only, nl-
thouch I know many others in
othor clubs as well as my own who
agree with mo, I want our delo
gates to stop chinning nnd l play
ball. I want thorn to got together
aud sottlo tho program for tho
present Beasou and adopt a, sche
dule. Lot us know how many
teams are to bo in tho League this
year. Our club is anxious to get an
early start this season and wo aro
ready to tako up practiso in March.
Wo want a month's practise and
Bhould have it, but if tho
Association ilon't got down
to business and sottlo prelimi
naries, things will drag along as
thoy did last yenr and tho season
will opon up with poor games aud
poorer box receipts. Our club
proposes to play good ball right
from tho start and we want the
starting timo set as soon ns possi
blo, so as to get down to hard
work. Baseball got a black oyo
last year on account of poor
games at tho commencement of
tho season, ami tho clubs did not
mako expenses. There is no
reason in tho world for this, as
tho Honolulu public has always
patronized good -ball games
liberally. I beliovo tho prospects
for this senson are splendid, but
it is timo thoso who havo ohargo
of mntters declared thomsolves.
With regard to tho Maui
team, I hopo thoy will bo admit
ted to tho Leaguo. It will add
much to the intorest of tho pub
lic in tho grimes nnd at the samo
timo givo tho local teams an occa
sional excursion to Maui, for of
course sorao of tho games will
havo to bo played theto, if suit
able grounds aro provided. '
"By tho way, I wish you would
publish this for general informa
tion," nnd he handed tho roportor
WAaiHKOTOS, D. 0., Fob. 7.
Tho recoinraendntions of tho com
mittoo to prepare new playing
rulos for tho National Lengue and
Araoricnu Association of Profes
sional Baseball Clubs has been
given out for publication. Undor
tho caption, "Tho Umpire," tho
insortion of a note calling atton
tion to "advico to umpires" priut
od in tho nddoudn to the playing
rules -is recommended. It is as
You aro tho absolute master of
tho Cold from the beginning to
tho termination of the gamo. You
nro by these rules givon full au
thority to ordor any playor, cap
tain or manager, to do or omit to
do any aot which you may deom
necessary to maintain your digni
ty and compol respect from play
ers and spectators.
No changes aro rocomraonded
in tho rules govorning the playing
of tho game propor, tho changes
being moro in the nature of im
proving tho discipline surround
ing tho gamo nnd making certain
rules Iobb ambiguous. The report
Wo aro emphatically of tho opi
nion that whouover troublo has
nri6on on tho ball fiold it has in-
Continued on .(i rayc.
IN THE RICHER COURTS
I I' U A
I'vrc iilliin llcliiriM'it nnrrcii-ll'ith 'lr-
cull Onirt JiiiIiun l.niilii)ml Tn.luy
I.ulHTJ- Appriil Wit Intra un.
Vr. 11. Craw foul, boforo Judgo
Perry this morning, withdrew his
appeal for mitigation of sent.-Mice
foi maintaining a lottery scheme.
His fine in tho District Court was
$100 and costs $3, to which $2.50
is now added.
Mrs. Maria Gloria Leviuha an
swers tho petition of M. A. Gou.
salves ot al, with a general denial
and a demand for costs and dam
ages, accruing from this suit, in
cluding 825 attorney's foo.
An execution issued ou judg
ment of the Circuit Court, in tho
suit of Mnry Roso . S. M..Kn-
aukai, for S510.75 bus been ro
turned by Doputy "Marshal II. 'R.
Hitchcock, endorsed that uo pro
perty of the defendant can be
found within tho jurisdiction of
this Houornblo Court.
J. F. Huckfeld has brought an
action, with writ of mandamus,
ngainst J. A. King, Minister of
the Interior, to requiro tho res
pondent to grant tho application
of tho Oahu Sugar Company for
a charter of incorporation.
0. J. Shorwood is on trial for
unlawful liquor solliug before
Judgo Ferry by tho following
jury: F. J.Kruger, W. Tomple
ton, Q. R. Doment, N. E. Gedge,
M. Smith, R. W. Cathcart, H. M.
von Holt, W. R. Sims, B. F. Beurd
moro, H. EWaity, F. J. Tumor
and J. A. Oilman. Deputy Attorney-General
Dole for tho prose
cution; Creighlou ifc Corrra for tho
Tho Dimoud divorce case was
rosumed boforo Judgo Carter to
day. A Ilrrayi-d Wlmln Worth Four TIiiiii
Tho followiug story is vouched
for by L'lllustratiou Europeenno
(Brussels, November 22), which
tells it iu nn editorial noto: The
other day sixty louis (ono hun
dred nud twenty dollars) were
found iu a book that hnd been tho
proporty of tho Ly'onnet brothers.
But a Spanish fisherman, who is
at this moment iu Paris, has done
belter yet than this. Recently tho
Prince of Monaco, on board the
Princess Alico, killed a whulo on
tho coast of Africa. Tho Princo
told tho Spanish fishermen of the
AzoroB that ho wonld givo the
creature to whoovor would go and
gut it. Tho fishorman did not liud
tho whale till fifteen days after
wards, when it was in a state of
compluto putrefactiou. One of
thorn thought, howovor, that he
would Btand his ground, while tho
rest flod from the malodorous
creature. It had occurred to hira
that porhnps ho might find n little
ambergris in tho whale's body. It
is well known Hint ambergris, that
precious substanco so vnlnod by
porfuuiors, is nothing but n con
cretion produced in tho whnlo by
a diseased livor. Tho Spaniard's
idea was an inspiration; the
whale's intestines woro full of am
bergris. If tho Princo o Monaco
had not killed it, this whale would
certainly havo soon died n natural
death. Tho fishorman came to
Paris with his find, nnd has al
ready sold half of it for tho neat
sura of 100,000 franca ($20,000).
Ten thousand louis from a decay
ed fish is not at all bad. Trans
lated for tho Litorary Digost.
Fobruary G, an onginoor of long
oxporionco writos tho Pacific
Hardware Co., as follows: "I
recoived your circulars concern
ing Vacuum Oil and ns I have
used them sinco, having tho power
of Boleqting my own oil, l'cnn
only echo tho Tacts which tlfoy ex
press." King Bros, havo just recoived a
now lot of tiBSuo paper, window
polos, sash rods, nrtists' materials,
picturo frames, etc.