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Telophono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
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Bolo Aeenta for tho Republic; of Hawaii.
John Commanoho having leased
from D. McKeusle l tbe premises,
known as tho NEW MARKET RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grooery
Store, on Merchant Street, will take
ohurgo and open out with a full sup
ply of eatables.
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OF Game and Poultry at transient
rates. Call and see me.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Street.
. A Qnlet, Homelike Placo, whore 'Trained
Nurses, MnssaRe, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
-may bo obtained.
V. H. KEIXOOO, M. D.,
Tclcihonu 030, Superintendent.
EDISON'S VERY LATEST
EXPEKtHENTIXd TO MA UK TUB
HU.TI I Jf IIOIIY TMAMil'AnENT.
When Up VI nil Wtmt lie 1h seeking
lor 1mi V III oe (u be
A. Edison ia about to givo to the
world .another discovery as wond
erful in its way as tho fluoroscope
by mee-us of which he put tho X
rnys to practicaluso in revealing
tho bony Btruoturo of the body.
"If was," said he, "the action of
tho X-rayB on crystals of platino
oyanido of barium which caused
Roentgen to make tho original dis
covery. Immediately afterward
I discovered that tho tungstate of
calcium was more powerful, and I
constructed a practical instrument
for utilizing tho crystals in con
nection with tho A.-rays.
"However, tho tungstate of cal
cium was not sufficiently sensi
tive to transform tho strange light
discovered by Roentgen to a light
that would so illuminate tho in
terior of tho human body as to
lender ilo most delici.io liquet
visiblo, in other words, to make it
Mr. EdiBon Bet about to find a
crystal that would possess tho re
quisite quality. He has discover
ed ono. Its name ho will not yet
reveal, saying ho is still exporK
montiug with it, and desirea to ex
haust its possibilities beforo an
nouncing it to the world.
By means of theso nowly dis
covered crystals Mr. Edison will
now disclose to the eye of tho
surgeons organs and tissues that
have hitherto been Been only in
tho dissecting room. It is pro
bable that ivheu ho perfects his
new discovery the slightest de
rangement of tho system will be
revealed lo tho doctor's Bight.
In speaking of his work Mr.
Edison said: "For tho last six
mouths I havo been experiment
ing for tho production of chemical
crystals which should have tho
peculiar property of giving out
light when subjected to the action
of that mysterious forco called
provisionally tho X ray of Roent
gen." "I havo found ono chemical
which is moro sousitivo to tho
X ray than any heretofore known,
but I shall keep ou trying until
little hopo is left of finding any
thing bettor. Should l'succeod
in finding jiiBt what I am after
there is littlo doubt that the
fluorescopo will becomo an instru
ment of groat value to tho surgeon,
for by it ho will be able to make,
accurato diagnosis of tho internal
jriauy Name DlKulae ot tbe Aua
Tho man who murdered Arthur
T. O. ProBton, Captain Lee Weller'
and Charles Burgess was a person
of' may aliases? To,a nnmbor of
peoplo it seems, almost impossible
for ono man to havo followed so
many names, and not get mixed'
up. And yet Butlor juggled'eomo
seven or eight titles with the
alacrity of a sleight of hand artist,
who cab keop as many lomons
describing circles in tho air with
out lotting one fall to tho ground.
When Butler first came to Now
South Wales ho was known as
Richard Ashe. This may bo his
right name, or it may be the namo
of a man that ho know before
leaving. England. Ho had no
been in this country long beforo
he began to bo known as Frank
Harwood, and it is presumed that
ho took that namo in ordor that
unsuspecting young mon might
confound him with a gontloman
named Mr. Horwood, who is a
prominent raining engineor of
It was whilo travelling under
tho name of Harwood tint he
lured Charles Burgess to tho
Black Range, and killed him, and
then ho returned to Sydney, and
adopted his victim's name. It
may almost be presumed that
while puHsiug as Bui gens ho mado
tho acquaintance of a man named
Butler, for Butlor is the name he
took after he cared to bo known as
Burgess no longer. This name
will probably stick to him until
tho ond, for by it he has become
known thrqugh the length and
breadth of this country. In some
way it became associated with
him moro prominently thdn tho
He went by tho name of Clare
for awhile, but for what reason
no one can ascorfaiti. Daring his
last dayo in Sydnoy ho took the
ntrae of Conqolly for'a'weok or
bo, and then passed as Cochrane
in tho samo place only a fortnight
'later. Finally, ho went to New
castle, and in order to temporari
ly escape the arms of justice,
which were fast out-stretching to
claim him for her own, ho took
the name of anothor of his victims,
Captain Loo Weller, a-nd shipped
in the Swanhilda to San Fran
cisco. How many more names Butler
may have tuken during his pecu
liar career as a mining prospector
in Sydnoy is not known just now',
but with evory opening that is
mado in the matter a now one
pops out, showing that Butler
was as full of appellations as a
plum-duff Is of, raisins. Aus
To Ilo Given at tlie Kllnlmlla Runint
Saturday ovoning a dross re
hearsal was given at tho rooms of
tho Kilohana Art League, of two
littlo comodiofl to bo presented to
members of that body, with an in
vited friend each, this ovoning. It
passed off smoothly and was
thought highly om using by tho
small .party of raemberu acting as
a committee of judgment.
"A Proposal Under Difficulties "
by John Kendrioks Bangs, is tho
opening play, tho oastbeiugas
Bob Yardslev ) ,-, ..
Jack Barlow &u,tor8 for the
liana ot Miss Andrews
I Dr. A. E. Nichols
." A. St.M.Maokinto9h
Miss Dprothj Andrews, a much
beloved young woman
Miss Adolo Wiriflitinlil
Jennie, a maid
' Miss E. Stauabury.
The second ninrf in ontilltul
"The Bicyclers," and by tho samo
oumor as-tno urst. following is
Bob Yardsley, an expert
. AV. H". flmmv
Jaok Barlow, anothor
0. W. Dickey
ThaddeusPorkiu8,a beginner. ...
i W. H. Hall
Ed. BraUloy, a scoffer
'. . .Dr. Howard
Mrs. Porkins. ..Miss Pauahi Judd
Mrs. Bradley Miss Flanders.
Tomorrow oveninr tho enter
tainment will be ropeated for the
publio, an admission feo of fifty
cents to bo ohargGcl.
Nllk Nnla U Ou.
, This was the opening day of tho
big silk sale at Jordan's Fort street
storo,and tho tables have been Bur
rounded all day by ladies eager to
eeouro tho choice bargains offored.
Ovor 8000 yards of tJapanoso silks,
colored silks and moires, black
and colored satins, etc, aro offored
at a reduction of 7fi nor rant Th
Japaneso Bilks1 are going at from
xuo mo yaru up. xuo Diack and
colored satins aro reduced from $1
to2Jo. ThiB sale will last the en
tire week if tho goods hold out
that long, but will positivoly closo
Saturday, March 6.
Wo can do English and Ameri
can Shirts and Collars in white
and colors, also a full range
of Underclothing in Lislo
Thread, Balbripgan, Gauze Mori
no and Natural Wool, all of them
offored to you at bottom notch
prices. L. II, Korf, Quoeu St.
a :asi: iiisi'oitrr.u at the ciuak
l'lc I Af'riltliMinl ttinnintliic for
Tim Tumble Atxiul (.nnilliie
InterpiPler ChHter Doylo and
some Custom's ofiieiulH started for
the quurRntino htatiou this morn
ing to continue their investigji-,
tiocs iufft tho status of the u'07
Japanese immigrants who arrived
on tho Shinshiu-Maru on Satur
day, but were "stopped with tho
announcement that a case of Ger
man measles had been found at tho
etatiou by Dr. Day this morning.
Tho Health authorities wero noti
tied, and five days odditioual
quarantine was ordeied as a pre
"There is nothing alarming
about German measles," said a
prominent physician when asked
by a Bi'LLCTl.v reporter about the
disease this moruing; "there is
generally a few cases of it in the
city and it is thought little of.
Somotitnes it is quarantined and
sometimes not, but whero thero
are a largo nnmbor of people to
gether it is best to be ou tho safe
Further developments would
Bedm to indicate that tho trouble
of a diplomatic nature on board
the SInuHhiu maru, referred to on
Satuiday, originate with this gov
ernment instead of that of Japan.
Tho statement is made that thero
are two causes which havo led to
a searching investigation into tho
coutlition of tho vessel's passeng
ers. Those who should know tho
real trouble are more than usually
reticent about it, and tho officials
who havo boarded tho vessel are
also in the dark coucemiug it.
However, thore appear to be somo
200 Japanese contract laborers on
board in excess of tho number au
thorized to bo sent for by the
Hawaiian governraoutj and it is tho
placing tho responsibility of send
ing these laborors without proper
authorization ou tho proper par
ties that is to bo determined first,
and afterward whothor thoy Bhall
be allowed to land at all or bo
sent back on tho samo stoaraar.
Tho Bamo trouble ' which has
occurred before on other vossoIb
concerning tho boua fido posses
sion of the sum of $50 required
to bo shown hero to Customs
officials before the" "students" can
land Iihb arisen in this instnuco,
and the Customs authorities are
taking oxtra precautions to soo
that the law is not evaded. With
this objoct in view ovory student
will bo examined us to his finan
cial condition and who supplied
him with tho $50 ho shows. This
examination will not tako place
until after tho quarantine has
boon declared off.
Tho usual procedure in .import
ing contract laborers is for the
immigration companies to tako
orders from the different planta
tions, and when enough are ob
taiued to justify a shipmont submit
the orders for the approval of tho
Government. When this is
obtained there is no difficulty in
landing.tho peoplo at this end. In
this instance there is somo hjtch,
which may seriously interfcro
with the landing of many of
those who arrived on Saturday)
The Minister of the Interior, J.
A. King, who is also president of
the Board of Immigration, was
seen and verified, in tho main, the
foregoing statement of thocaso. It
was suspected that 220 of the Japan
eso passengers arrived rhtbo stoam
or had not complied with tho Alien
Act. This could not bo deter
mined until tho Board of Health
got through with the peoplo. If
any of these 220 immigrants camo
without permission of tho Board
of Immigration, thoy would ro
quiro to show in good faith their
possession of $50 each. Other
wise, their lauding would bo in
violation of tho Alion Act.
Secretary Potter of tho Foreign
Offico made a similar statement.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
iiisi'om no or mo.mivn in mr.
rnu.Nr suirsvoit paiitition.
lii'"llin uC Jurmdlcllou Din
pule Over Wuller'n New Hotel
Judge Carter haH approved the
amended accounts of Christina
Gilliland, guardian of three minor
children, the balance duo guardian
By order of Judgo Perry, tho
answer of defoudunts in the parti
tion suit of Koloa Sugar Co. vs. J.
K. Smith and others is amended
by inserting thu namo of tho mi
nor defendant Kiua.
By stipulation of counspl in all
tho causes bolow mentioned, tho
Clerk is authorized lo apply tho
money recovered in Nahaololua
vs. Kaaahu and others toward the
payment of tho judgmunts in
Rose vs. Kaaahu and Lai Suy
vs. Kaaahu prorata, in citso tho
money bo iusufficieut to aatisfy
tho said judgments in full, but in
an.v event tho money 4o bo in fall
satisfaction of both judgments.
In tlio cnuso of Julia Colburn
et ah vs. A. N. Kopoikai ot nl.,
Judge Carter, upon stipulation of
conusol, ordors that all rents duo
aud owing by theKipahulu Sugar
Co. "and other tenants of lands m
volved in tho caiwo bo paid to
tho commissioner in partition,
to be held by him subject to tuo
ordor of tho Court.
Judge Porry heard argument on
points of jurisdiction today, taking
the mattor under advisement, in
tho bill for Tolicf ot Peter High &
Co. vs. Fraucia Duuu and E. H.
F. Wolter. Kinney and Ballon
for plaintiff; G. A. Davis for de
fendants. " ,
THE JAPANLNE .TIYNIEUY.
All Important VflfneM Illaeovcrcd lir
In connection with tho mystery
attached to tho case of tho Japan
eso woman who was found hanging
in the hold of a schoonor at tho
old fishmarkot wharf last Monduy
morning, dotectivo Kaapa said
this moruing that tho inquiries of
the polico had brought to light a
Japanese witness who would testi
fy at tho inquest that he
saw tho woman in company
with a ' Japaneso man. at a
ChineBO soup house on Maunakoa
street at a Into hour the night be
fore tho murder, as it will most
likely turn out to bo. The polico
are now searching for tho man in
Another lilcyrle Ilaco.
Most of tho young gontlomon
who board with Mrs. J. T. Stackor
aro adopts with tho wheel, and
various conversations over tho
table on tho ridoB and tho quick
timo thoy havo mado havo
finally lod to an agreement for a
handicap race on tho Woikiki road,
The details aro' yet to bo arrangod,
"but tho referee lias already been
deoided on. It will bo Mr. Bangh,
a Sa'n Francisco gentleman who
has made many friends during his
stay hero. Thoso who will tako
part in tho raco aro Willie Love,
Ed.Towso, R. W. Shingle, E. B.
Barthrpp, Guy Kelloy, Martin
Smith, Mr. Lane aid Dr. Wayson.
Anchored is what tho man said
whon he dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? said his friend.
Bocauso yon can always get a
cool refreshing drink served by
gontlemanly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunch hour you 'will bo regaled
with solids as woll as liquids. In
fact the lunch at tho Anchor iB
said by many to bo the best in
town. Tho celebrated Seattlo
boer is on tap. It is sparkling
and ice cold. The finest of winos
and liquors in town nro to bo had
at this popular resprt.
BOSTON'S DRINKING HABIT
lion tlin Nairn-Anrlent Nnntlnlrti line
Ita ltcuillnr Iml Week In nuil
A young Sati Franciscan who is
now "passiug a timo" at tho Hub,
does not Beeni to like the place
from a 'Btitutifntivo''uuuit of view,
says tho San Francisco Bulletin.
Salqpu-keoping in Boston, ho
wriletf a friend in this city, is en
tirely a different proposition from
tho samo business in San Fran
cisco. Thuio id no tjaloou in the
city of Uoston, I havo boon able
to find, that compares with a first
class establishment in San Fran
cisco. The whisky is bad and
tho Bervico is worse, uud the
liconco regulations are Bomothing
abhorrent to tho libofty-loviug
individual, as woll as to tho ea-loou-keopor.
"Saloons are compelled to closo
at 11 o'clock at night, aud to re
main closed till 8 o'clock in the
morning, through the week, and
at 11 o'clock p.ju. bnliiruay uutil
(5 o'clock u. in. Monday morning.
Tho only places where liquors aro
sold nights ijnd Sundays aro at
"You will readily see tho result.
Tho hotels do a 'land offico busi
ness' after tho eoloons closo up.
Tho method of procedure at the
hotel is to go in aud ask for a sand
wich. The barkeeper produces
ono from off the ice-chest, or from
under tho bar, or any other old
placo; the sandwich may be as old
as the mammals found in Aictic
icebergs, but it goes. You take
your drink, and the barkeeper re
turns tho sandwich to ,,tho place
from whenco ho - look it, rcudy to
bo served ovor and ovor ncain in
tho samo way. Thus, whilo tho
i : ir-.i i.i- ii - ?i
mv is uuiujjiiuu wiiu nominally, ii
is actually defeated, bo far as tho
beneficial effect sought for is con
corned. Tho good peoplo of Mas
sachusetts aro iresting quiotly in
thoir horao3, comfortablo in the
boliof that the liquor habit is be
ing checked, whio at tho samo
timo tho mischief is spreading and
doeponing moro than if thero had
boon no legislation at all ou tho
"1 havo soon moro drunken
mon after 11 o'clock at night in
Boston than I havo ever soon in
San Francisco, in proportion toi
tho Bizo of tho town, during tho
samo hours. This condition of
things is tho legitimate result of
this license regulation. From 9
until 11 o'clock all of the young
men congregato at tho saloons
and proceed to Mikker up.'
Knowing they cannot get a drink
after 11, thoy tako in all thoy can
beforo that hour. As a conse
quence, whon tho lights go out,
tho young mon go out also, load
ed to tho guards, and fit subjects
for an inebriate nBylum."
At Emma Nqunra.
Following is the nrniTrnin far
tho band concert at Emma Bquaro
this ovoning at 7:30: .
Overture Btorj City . Ferrari
PuMaaU Dance In Uie Green Rlltnbcrjr -
bclecllon-Cblld of tbe Kcglment. ..Donizetti
March-Whcelmen't Patrol Banta
Comet Bolo Sea Flower KolllDtoii
Mr. Cbarlei Kreotcr.
March-A Tear lor My Love Baatanna
iDtcrmcuo Hutilan ., Franke,
Medley The Black lirlgade . Hey tr
Hawaii Ponol. r
IN TIIE HANDS OP HEQULAHS. '
NEWPORT, Idaho. A band of
nioflked regulars went to tho house of
C. W. Jteddick, seized and dragged him
outside, where they gave him a ter
rlblo beating with honwwhlps. Tho
alleged offenbo on the port ot Jteddick,
wan that ho absolutely refuted to
drink nny but Rainier Beer, and gave
as a reason ;that the others wero in
ferior. On tap or In bottles at tho
Superior breakfast sausage iB a
spooialty at tho Contral Market.
Ring up 104.
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