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Vol. III. No. 545.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATUKDAY. FEBRUAEY 27, 1897.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
is the soil in which roots life, health,
strength, happiness; The eoil of tho
blood cim bo drained or iriiyoverlslii'd
like any other soil, and can be fertil
ized and nourished in n similar way.
You can get back tho old spring and
snap. You can enjoy labor by day
and sleep by night. You can cat
your food with tho
- of health, If you only isupply the
blood with its lacking nutriment;
vitalize it, or if you like, fertilize it.
A largo number of so called tonic
remedies tiro disguised stimulants.
Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a stimu
lant but a nourishment. It feeds
the blood and so enriches it, as well
as purifies it. That is why physi
Iettaiu5 of Imitation. The name Ayer'a
SamnitnrlUa la prominent on tlie wrapper
uad blown la the gUci of etch bottle
AYER'S PILLS FOR INDIGESTION.
. . nuliibici Drug Co., Ltd.
. noioat;oniB lonuo iicpnuuo ot unwnn.
PI f APAUPE
The Iioxldenco ot E It. Hendry, corner
Kiuau and l'cnsaoola Btreets. Uoubo con
tains Eight IIooiuh nnd Iihr all 4ho modem
conveniences. Large grounds. Tel. 301.
Cornor of Lnnnlllo ami I'euHiicola streets,
Five Lota, 75 feet ly 125 feet each. The
moBt denirublo resldenre properly for Bale
en tho plains for tonus apply to
MH8. IS II UENDRY,
485 if ' T.lephoueSOl.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 Klug Street.
A Qniet, tlowollko t'lnce, where Trained
NurseB, Maxsqft", "H-ve iali Movement,"
Baths, Electricity und Physical Training
may be obtained.
1'. 8. KELLOOO, M D ,
Telejrtiono 639. Bnperiutendent.
OH EARTH FIYE TIMES
RIIIWOi; STOIITTOLD IIY A 8FYKN-
i:ar oi.it niin.n.
A Ilu) Mint tlilnUi ll. t a LUIiiu
U lte. fur llio Theory of
ThooRophists claim tliuttlio soul
or priuoiplo of eoiiBciousnesB ot
mnukind undergoes many reincar
nations, animating various bodies
iu different ngea and places. Fow
oven of the most ardent theoso
phist8 cluim to 0000?' aught
of thoir lircB iu other bodies, but
a boy in Broomo county, N. Y.,
who never beard of trocopby,
Bubstantintos to tho satisfaction of
all true believers tho truth of their
theories by telling of bis advon
turos in four previous states of
existence, extending over 1000
Tho boy, "William Hicks, is
only 7 vears old. Ho deolares
that this is hie 11 ft 1 1 time on earth.
Tho first timo was when the Ro
mans invaded England. He was
tho son of a great chief, uud ha
wore skins of animals for cloth
ing which wcro Rtrietly en rep1"
in thoso days. Ho describes,
with historical correctness, tho
nppearanco of tho ships of the in
vaders whom he took, a part in
trying to ropol. Ho letnombors u
sharp puiu, as an nrrow pierced
his breast, nnd then all was blank,
until hundreds of years later ho
appeared ngain as tho son of n
cottager in London, when thatch
ed cottages abounded in tho
world's metropolis. He describes
the life of that period as it has
beon handed down to us, and tells
of tho horrors of the plnguo,
which swept' Loudon in tho seven
teenth century. He describes
how the dead lay iu piles on tho
street, tells of tho dying agonies
of his mothor, of the disup
poniNince of his futhbr, and eon
cludps by tolling how oblivion
came to him ufter a street fight,
in which he was pierced by n
Tho next memory he hns is of
living in Tari, tho son of aii
English shoemaker. It was in tho
ftoimy poriod of tho French revo
lutjon. His father was unmolest
ed, bnt one night the son rescued
a girl from ill-treatmi-ut at tho
liaudh of some stteet ruffians. On
tho pretense that ho way u defend
er of the aristocracy aud an en'omy
of liborty ho wns arrested aud
sent next day with a cartload of
other unfortunates to tho guillo
tine. Tho kuifo descended, there
was an instant of pain, thon ob
livion. His fourth life oponod iu this
land of tho free as tho son of a
plantation overseer in tho South.
When 14 years old he went bath
iug with some companions. He
was Boized with a cramp, ho re
members giving a cry for help,
then of going down, of tho blood
rushing to his brain, of strange
iioiseB in his ears, of brilliant
lights which dazzled his oyos aud
then again unconsoioiiBuess, obli
vion, nirvana, until memory reviv
ed iu him on tho 13roorao county
farm. If the lad were older tho
theory that ho had rood of the
events of which he relates and
was romaupiug would nppoar ten
able; but scarcely able to spell
aud with parents who nro unfami
liar with tho events of wuioh ho
tells as they aro of the deud lang
uages, his caso is of unusual in
terest. 8. F. Bulletin.
SPANlAItnS HiailLY ECITUD.
The I.ondo cable Item todny has tla
following: "The Cuban resolutions in
the United States Senate would be re
garded here us a little more than a
useful safety valve for the jingo sent
iment did not the Madrid telegrams
show the highlv Inflammable state of
tho Spanish populace. It suggests that
they drink Italnier Beer and Keep cool.
On tap or In bottles at the Criterion.
King Bros, havo just filled nn
ordor for 200 colored nnwaiinn
photos for a party in America.
A C.'llirpM: PL.ANTKK."
llmr io Sailor frlril
Lust trip of the steamer Noeau
to Lahnitio, tho purser was down
ou tho Lahaina wharf looking
after his freight, when a follow
camo up and usked if tho boat was
going to Honolulu. Tho purser
said she was.
"Woll," snid tho stranger, "I'vo
got a lot of coffee up to my ranch,
about five miles from hero, nnd I
waut to ship it to tho city. Will
you tnko itY"
Tho purser said ho would see
about it. Meanwhile he-"sized
up" the queer chap, putting him'
down as n runaway sailor. Tho
chap presently mentioned that he
usecUo live in Santa Clara, Cali
fornia. Tho purser happened to
bn well acquainted with that par
ticular part of tho world, so ho
asked him about different things
there, but tho fellow didn't kuow
anything about tho place.
After a while tho "coffee plan
ter" invited tho purser to have a
look at his thdroughbrod horse
and his fine saddle. Tho two
then walked over to see tho oni
mal. Tho "fiory steed" turned out to
be ono of tho sirriest "plugs" that
ever chowod Hawaiian grass. Say
ing lio would boo him later, the
"l ei tailor," muULlcd his nng.
This not gave him "dead away,"
for ho s lion cil he was moro used
to riding a skysail yard in a Capo
Horn galo than ho was to steering
While the conversation was go
iug ou at tho wharf, the ohoriu re
carved a telephone message from
Wailuku inquiring nbout a deseit
ing sailor. H foio the Nooau
suiled, tho "coffee planter" was iu
jail. The purser thinks tho bluffer
is an allround bad man besides
being a deserting seaman.
Tho Flower Noclcly.
At tho auuual meeting of the
Hospital Flower Society held on
Feb. -If!, tho treasurer roported:
In tho Postal Savings Bank,
, cioa.'iu; unsu ou mimi, $Y4LaU;
In Government Bonds, $1000.00.
I Total amount in possession of the
I society, $2174.20, which amount
' innliiiliui llin .ni.Aii.tn ll.. IS
"vnuun hid ll'tuiinn Ul U1U UUI1CO
ball, S1G1 75. As n freo bed at
the hospital costs SG000, tho soci
oty has still $3825 80 to raise.
A vote of thanks was oxtonded
to Mrs. W. G. Irwin and Mrs. C.
M. Cooko for their uenernnn rifH
of $250 nnd $50 respectively. A
i vote ot tiinuKB wns also extended
to all who kindly assisted at tho
1 calico ball.
The ollicerB woro all re-elected
but tho secretary, the liBt being as
follows: President, Mrs. Y. M.
Swanzy; Vico President, Miss
Lowers; Secretary, Mrs. O. Du
Hoi; Treasurer, Misa von Holt.
At .llnkoc Itliind.
Following is tho program for
the baud coucort at Makeo Islaud
tomorrow afternoon, commencing
at 3 o'clock.
The Old Hundred.
Chorus Djr of Judgment Schneider
Overture-Star ol the North (new)....
ISallail Mumlni:..., Ueituocu
Silictlon Faint Gounod
Grand fcelettlou - Lucia dl Luniner-
Cornet Solo Tho UverUthiKDaj(new)
Mr. Charles Kreutcr.
Intermerzo-Itutsla (new) Frunkc
Finale-Kanallma Mukahlkl..,, lkrgr
Ha 1IhI Exiirrleiiec.
Tho San Francisco Bulletin
eayBi "Peru is reaohiug out for
trado nnd pooplo from Japan, a
double quest in wuioh the United
States will not bo disposed to en
vy hor tho success she achieves.
Who trades with tho Japanese
loses, and who draws tho pooplo
of Japan will presently cry aloud
to bo relieved of tho enrso of their
prosonco. San Francisco has had
o'xpurieuco iu both particulars."
Peannj: moal is not only moro
nutritious, but far oheapor than
boof, peaB, poUtoos, rice, ryo
flour, milk or butter.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
IMSCI'tllOV ON IIAIKT COWH ANI
LrKllniurr lo lie Axltt'il to ipriirl
nlc Hniirr lo 'innipriuli Dnlrj-
nun lor ', Ulllrd.
In addition t j the members and
olllcialft of tliM board of Health
thoro wi'ie piebj?nt at yestoiday's
mceiin a nouiher of leuXliug
dairymen aud their lepiesonta
tives. The questiou of tho com
pensation of dairymen for the
value of cows eoudeinued for
tuberculosis Mas brought before
the Board by Minister Cooper and
a discussion followed in which B.
F. Dillingham, Dr. Emerson,
Minister Cooper, Dr. Day, Dr.
Wood and 1". F. L.iusing took
part. It was decided that a
recommendation should bo mado
to the noxt Legislature for nu np
propriation to pay dairymen for
eoudemncd cows and a committee
was appointed to ascertain tho
legal Btutus ot tho Board iu such
Dr. Monpnrr.it presented his
iHtial report on the slaughter
housos, as well as an extra ono on
the condition pf adeekloadof hogs
brought by the Aloha.
Fish luppector Keliipio report
ed the arrival and inspection of
27 -174 fish during tho past ivoek,
about half the usual number, the
falling off being duo to prevail
iiiii high winds.
In the matter of furnishing an
electric light plaut for tho quaran
tine station, a bid of $555 from
tho Hawaiian Electric Company
was read; also an estimate of cost
furnished by Mr. Cassidy of the
Government station It wns do
cided to iustnl a plant on the lines
laid down by Mr. Cassidy.
Suporiuteudfiit Meyer presented
tiis- usual budget of informa
tion as to 'matters at tho Leper
On tho recommondatiou of Dr.
Herbert six patients were ordered
discharged fiom the Insano Asy
lum. Dr. Alvarez roported on his ex
poriiuents ou leprosy at tho Kali
hi receiving station.
Bids from Japaneso contractors
wore opened for furnishing 500
kimonos aud samples ordered to
Agent Reyuolde roported his.
action on the Hilo hospital. Min
ister Coopor informed tho Board
that the lotting of a contract was
withiu tho jurisdiction of the In
terior Department as tho money
came from tho Loan Fund, where
upon the clerk was ordered to re
fer nil bids received for tho nroo
tion of tho hospital to tho Minis
ter of tho Interior.'
Koine I'rubitle lUmlcri.
James B. Castle, administrator
of tho estate of Henry N. Castlo,
deceased, files his final account
with a petition for discharge. Ho
has recoivod $41,271.75 und paid
Judgo Porry has appointed S.
Mahaulu administrator of thecstato
of tho lata Chang King under
$1500 bond. Thurston & Stanley
for petitioner; W. S. Ediugs for
Ah Lun and Chung Lung.
Tho sale of real estate of
Georgo Mclnty re's minor children,
reported iii this paper ou the day,
has been confirmed by Judge
Anchored is what tho man said
whou ho dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friond.
Because you can always got a
cool refreshing drink sorved by
goullomanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunah hour you will bo regaled
with solids as woll as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at the Anchor is
said by many to bo the beet in
town. Tho colebrnted Soattlo
beer is on tap. It is sparkling
nnd ico cold. Tho Quest of wines
and liquors in town are to bo had
at this popular resort.
ITKtIS FKOtl IIILO.
Smnll Aunexntlon Itntly-Horo Nw
The following items nro from
the Hilo Tribune: t
Mr. John A. Scott informs the
Tribuno that n contrnct has baon i
let to Mr. Muniby to erect a now
store building, 32x42 ft., on
Waiauuouno street4 betweeen tho
Volcano Stables nnd Spreckels'
corui'r, aud it has already been
Mr. W. V. Goodale. of Ouo- ,
mea, paid Hilo a visit last Tues
day. This gontlemau iuforms us
that tho extraction nt Gnomon
will run 03 pei cent with the new ,
machinery and everything is run- j
JLuo U. o. Co. has a system of
electric jigut signals to govern
the iluraiug of cano at night, thus
doing away with tho oldcode of j
whistles for tho same purpose, i
Hereafter the Hilo people may '
Bleep in peace so far as Papaikou j
iB concerned, and nothing need
disturb them at uight except their
own uueusy consciences and the
In tho caso of Captain Rosehill
of the Norma, versuo tho Circus
people, Judgo Hupai, ou Friday
of hist week, reudored judgment
iu favor of Captain Bosehill.
Richards & Schoen have about
completed arrangements whereby
they will convert their probent
two story building on Waiunuo
nuo Btreot iuto a threo Btory
building, tho upper story to be
used us a Masonic hall. Tho
will also ndd eighteen fout to the
length of tho building, mnking it
then sixty eight feet long. This
is no doubt tho first threo stoiy
business building on tho islaud of
In rospouso to tho uotico pub
lished in tho Tribuno last week
that there would bo a grand rally
of annexationists at Firemen's
Hall, Hilo, Mr. E. E. Itichnrds
opened tho premises, tnrnod ou
the lights and proceeded to wait
for the croud. As no ono arrived
Mr. Richards, feeling as if he had
gono through the motions and
givou tho public tho opportunity,
ndjourucd himself aud u out homo.
Hrr liuiiilcraiita Mm" llnve to llelllru
There is troublo of n
diplomatio nature over tho
Japaneso btoamuhip Shinshu-Ma
ru which arrived this morning
with a load of immigrants cou
signed to tho Kobe Immigration
Acting uudor orders from tho
Govoruinont no person has beon
allowed to leave the vessol nor
has nuy ono outsido of the
oflicors of tho port been
allowed on board. Port Survey
or Georgo Stratemoyer and Japan
eso Interpreter Chester Doyle
havo boon on board most of the
morning oxnmining tho vessel's
papers and questioning her ofli
It is understood that tho vessel
left Japan without sufiiciont auth
ority from tho Japaneso govern
ment and that orders havo been
sent on horo by that government
to havo tho vessol sent baok at
For the present tho vessel has
beeu plnced in atriot quarantine,
as tho smallpox ib prevalent in
Kobe, hor port of departure. As
no representative of the con
signees has yet beon allowed on
board, they could give no in
formation as to tho trouble.
Minister Cooper was sought for
information but ho has not been
at tho Government building today
and could not be found.
Tho vessel is commanded by S.
Mishikama, has 6 saloon and 005
steorago pasBeugers. Her crew is
composod of Japanese entirely.
There is no sickness of any
kind on board.
D. K. Brown will bo tried for
embezzlement ou Maroh 5.
Saug Hop's trial for gross choat
1b fixed for March 15.
Judge do la Vorgno lined Ah
Poon $25 for ohofa gaming. Four
Ghinoso wore lined 310 each for
THE EMPRESS DOWAGER
JAI'AXfSi: CtllKt.AS WILL HOLD
?fi:iiouiAi. .sDitviriA lo.Miiiir.
IVrullnr lirllzlon tlltrn lit lio 'on-
liietiM It) it ttuildhlot l'rlr.l ill
A iiuui'teir of Japaneso aro on
gngd iu fitting up Independence
hall for u peculiar cclehrntion
whi.li in to tuke place this even
ing. It is iu the nnturo of a me
morial service over tho Empress
Dowager of Japan, whoso death
threo mouths ago will bo remem
bered. The hall is being decorat
ed today with flags, banners and
lanterns and will present a novol
appearanco tonight. An altar
Iish also been erected before
which tho principal celebrant will
This is none other than a pro
miuont Buddhist priest, who is
hero ou a isit from Japan. Tho
idea of holding this munounl
servico originated with him
and ho has worked hard
to make the affair a success.
With him will be nssoointed four
other Buddhist priests resident iu
this city. The ceremonies will bo
entirely of :i religious nature und
will consist of prayers, incuntn
tious, pome singing and addieoses
by colebrating pnestfa. Tho Ha
waiian National Baud 'has been
engaged to furnish the music.
There is no chargo for adnusoion
but outrauco can bo gained only
by tickots, which may bo obtained
nt the Buddhist headquarters on
Foil street opposito Kukui, of
Mr. Takibuchi, the priost nbovo
Soveral prominont Japanese
woro interviewed this nioruiug
as to the nature ot the ppr
vicug lo bo held this evoning,
but could not explaiu them,
excopt that they wero tho
first of tho kind over held hore.
Ouo gentleman said the Bud
dhists iu Japan were split up iuto
ns many sects as tho Christians.
Mr. 1'ukibuchi bolouged to ouo of
tho leading Beets uud of course
would conduct tho services ac
cording to tho tenets of that parti
cular branch, but he could not
stato what they would be until tho
program was ready later.
Cnkc Nettled Alter I'lvP Ynr of
Decision was this morning
filed in tho Clerk's Office in tho
partition suit entitled Elizabeth
K. Nahaololua uud husband vs.
Knaahu w, and othors, Justioo
Froar being tho author aud tho
docisiou coucurred in by tho
other Justioes. The land -involved
is near Kaumakapili Church, the
Chinese Joss Houso being situat
ed thereon. This cuso has boon
on tho docket for the last five
years. The appcllato court con
firms the finding of the Circuit
Court as follows: 97 per ceut o
the proceeds of ealo to be paid to
plaintiffs, and 13 per cent of tho
samo to dofondaut Kaaahu; de
fendant Lai Say is awarded $1150
for Iub improvements aud Knaahu
gets $800 for her improvements.
The clerk is now ordered to dis
tribute tho sum of So'OSO, being
the net proceeds of tho Bale of tho
property in question. The main
plaintiff in tho caso, Mrs. Eliz.
Nahuolelua, iB abroad on a tour
with the ex qneou, but it is un
derstood thut Liu Chong has
bought out all of hor iuteiest.
Thurston & Stanley and E. John
son for plaintiffs, A. G. M.
Robertson for defendant Kauahu,
aud A. 8. Hartwoll for defendant
K. Lai Say.
The election of officers of tho
Honolulu Road Club will tnko
place at tho semi annual mooting
to bo hold the first Tuesday iu
April aud not next Tuetduy as
atuted iu a contemporary.