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Vol. III. No. 575.
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1897.
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B. L. FINNEY, Manner.
That Tired Feeling
The cattao is poor, thin blood,
resulting In deficient vitality. To
overcome) this, tlio blood needs to bo
enriched and vilaiizttl, and for this
thcro Is 110 iricdloino in tho world
equal to Aycr's Sarsaparllla. Tho
cures It 1ms worked, tho men, wo.
men and children it. has restored to
health, arc countless in number. One
such experience is related by Mr.
Robert Goodfellow, Mltcham, South
Australia, as follows: "I havo used
?h m & 1 ETi O MB K B rf5
vi toaj Jf jjsif tfjMiu taB'iA
In my family for jears, and would
not bo without it. I used to sulfur
with boils and skin eruptions,
attended with great lassitude and
ccnciul debility. In fact, I was so
ill that t could not attend to my bus
iness. JUdiis advised to try Aycr's
Sars.ipm 11I.1 1 did so, .mil I am happy
to say that tin nudiuuu restored 1110
to pcirect health. 1 Have tineo used
Ajcr's Sarsaparllla for my children,
in various complaints, and it hns
nhvn b proved effect 1 vo. I can safely
reccinmenrt it to sufiurcrs us
The Best Blood Purifier
HEWAnr nf Imitation. The nimo ArwM
Hariaimrilln it rromlnfnt on tho wrapper
ami j!i, rn In tho gliij n( cell bottle.
I AVER'S PILLS, IN SMALL, GLASS PHIALS.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agonts for tho Ilepnbllo of Hawaii.
"Wo linvo just received a lino
or GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY ami are safe in Buying
they aro tlio iinost ovor im
is much supnrior to silk in
appearance and there it) no
comparison w hutovor in tho
wear. We have thorn in
White and Colors
EC. Gr. BIART,
401 Fort Street.
Jeweler and Watclimaci?
gjSF" Having bought out the outlre
stock of J E. Gomes I am prepared
to furnish First clasn Jewelry at rea
sonable prices. (
WiMdig aid Repairim a specialty.
IfiT Native Work of nil kinds. Also
Architect and Superintended
r. Oftico: 305 Fort strait
Spreckols' Block, Room 5Jj
MINISTER WILL NOT LAND
iiciAito or 11 t:LTii ononis turner
r.Miiui:tii:T or quarantine.
II10 .Mniill-pox Lililfinp In .Inpnii
Sircailliik'ICnilill i:ivcn Hun.
I red Mentha In Tvu 1J.
A sppciril mooting of tho Board
of Health was convoncd nt 10
o'clock this morning nftor the ar
rival of tho steamship Gaolio.
Minister Coopor prosided and
thoro woro also presont Dra. Wood
and I)ay, O. A. Brown nnd D.
Koliipio, members, Health Agont
Roynolds, Secretary Wilcox and a
Miuistor Cooper stated that tha
mooting was called to tnko action
on tho roport of tho Port Physi
cian on the Gaelic just nrrivod.
Dr. Day roported that ho had
inspected tho ship nnd had exa
mined her passongprs and reports.
Dr. Spraguo, tho (ship's Burgeon,
roported to him that no sickliest!
of any kind had occurred on tho
trip. Tho vphhpI whs ten days
from Yokohama, from which port
ho brought n clean bill of health.
irJr olh'cera nut! crow munberpd
Ho. Sho had -18 cabin pnsspugors
and ID in the steuagp. In tho
(Jlnuese utoerago were 77 womon
and 292 men. There were no
contract laborers on board, most
of tlio Ohineso being for San
Pi .tncihuo. Dr. Day said ho had
vi 1 died tin- above statements and
found no evidences or Bickness on
board. Ho presented tho reports
made by Dr.Eldredgo, chief Sani
tary iuspector for Hawaii at Yo
kohama, and left tho mattor with
tho Board, having allowed tho
Gaelic to como up to tho Paoifio
Mail wharf under Btrict quarantine
in tho meantime.
Dr. Eldredgo forwardod two ro
ports, ono detailing tho progress
of the smsllpox epidemic in
Yokohama proper, and the other
giving statistics from all parts of
tho Japanese Empiro.
Tho first showed that in tho
foni teon days preceding tho Bail
ing of tho Gaelic from Yokohama
there had beou 121 fresh cases of
smallpox in that city with 13
deaths. Tho second showed that
witli'u tho ton days between March
13 ami 23 there had been a total
of 3713 new cases of tho disease
in the Empiro with 1100 deaths,
or ubout 30 per cent.
Theso reports showed an alarm
ing increase of the epidemic iu all
parts of Japan except Yokohama,
where it was about stationary.
Iu response to further questions
Dr. Day stahd that the Gaeho
had cnlled at the Japanese ports
on hr route and had received
freight and passengers iu tho
In view of all theso facts it
seomod to bo tho unanimous opi
nion of the lioard that only ono
course was to bo adopted and that
wns to maintain in this instance
tlio strict quarantine already
adopted against vessels from
Japan, and a motion to that effect
Undor this ruling of tho Board
no 0110 fioin the Gaolio will bo
nllowod on shore on aiiy con
dition, llor freight will be land
ed iu tho usual way ami fumi
gated. No poison from this city
except tho quarantino officers will
bo allowed 011 board, and with tho
exception of Mr Suhr and thoso
having necessary busiuoss with
tho vossol nono will bo allowed on
thoiwharf. In taking this action,
which thoy dnein to be for tho
health and safety of tho commu
nity, tho members of the Board
regretted exceedingly that it would
iuterforo with tho arrangetnonts
made by tho Chinese Minister to
Washington, who is on board
with a retiuuo of ovor forty olli
cials besides a host of servants, to
call on tho local dignitaries aud
visit tho city. A number of
Ohineso were awaiting tho de
cision of tho Board aud when it
was announced hastily left with
evident marks of disappointment
on their faces. Undor tho decision
of tho Board nono of tho local
Chiuosp officials will bo nblo to
soo their distinguished country
man,but there will bo no objection
to Bonding on board letters and
S resents, which will undoubtedly
Tho now Minister to tho Unit
ed States is Ng Olioy Wu
Ting Feng. Ho was educated
in tho English lancungo aud stud
ied law at London, afterward
practising at the Hongkong bar,
whore he attracted tlio attention
of Li Huug Chang, whoso secre
tary ho becamo in 1881. In that
capacity ho had much to do with
treaty negotiations with Japan
and gained an insight into diplo
macy. His appointment to the
high office of Miuistor to Wash
ington is undoubtedly duo to tho
influence of his groat friond and
patron, who on liis roturn from
his tour of the world recommend
ed a man lo Washington who wuu
familiar with international law
and tho English languago and
customs, qualifications not pos
sessed by tho present Minister.
Thoro is much disappointment
in the Chinese quarters ovor the
decision of tho Board of Hoalth,
aud nono regret it moro than Goo
Kim, tho Chi 11 030 Consul, nnd
jMonwar, of Paul Neumann's office,
who navn ttuown lueircusunguisu
od countryman for years.
im: iiisiioi or hoi.umf.
" "THUE 11LUE."
Surprises ore iu tho air. Wo
have had threo shocks within an
hour and wo aro not nearly so
sensitive in that direction eithni,
ns whon we first kuow tho islauds.
Tho first was when wo opoed tho
"Diocesan Magazine" and saw
that tho gray of December had
turned to robiu ogg blue in the
soring. Never was thoro a inoro
perfect church poriodicnl put bo
fore a dioceso. Tho stylo of it is
nothing but olegant. Every leaf
of itboaringtho aroma of ninoteon
centuries; every pngo teeming with
Btrougth, beauty and life yea, tho
Wo are horo rominded of the
criticism of a great mind in tho
States, vbo wroto by ono of the
last mails that the Bishop's reply
to that Pope's Encyclical was
"tho iinest they had read !" Oh,
yes. If our bishop had not beou
a bishop, he would havo beou ono
of the most profound logicians of
Englaud likely; if he bad not been
logician ho would have been a
clever financier; if he had uot been
financier ho would havo boon
president of ono of the oldor col
leges; if not president ho would
havo beou ono of the sngest pliilo
sophers aud slstesuieu of the ago;
ho would today bo uoariug tho
"ormino" nnd living in tlio sun
shine and purple of llojnltj.
This is tho man who is walking
among us busy about his "Father's
business" and no thing else I
My second shock was thu en
dowment of thoso two canouiies
tho ability to utilize small inouoys
to mighty and everlabting ends.
We wore a little piqued and non
plussed that wo were not consulted
at all in tho matter; but, novortho
less, wo must confess that it was
a mastor stioko ot truo genius.
And what was tho thiid sur
priso ? A dainty littlo child all
dressod in bishop's lawn, a pretty
pink, "Corouation" a cheque
Happy ha-ha ha 1
God bless the Bishop of Hono
lulu and Mrs. Willis and lead
them safely to "Our Old Homo"
and bring thorn back to thoir
adopted homo in good time, aud
may tho year 1922 soo thorn still
doing thoir noblo work in tho
"Dioceso of Houolulu."
1897. Anne M. Pjiescot.
By tho stoanior Miowora, tho
Criterion Saloon received a largo
consignment of tho eolobrated book
boor, browed by tho Seattle Brow
ing and Malting Co. This is tho
first bock to mako its appearauco,
and is a-sure indication of bettor
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
ii:nms in common niuitu him.
.IihIkiiipiiI Fiilr-il III K.lri'ltnrllt Ono
-Huproniii 'mirt rrrm -Petition
Mark P. ltobiusou aud fourteon
others have brought tin amicablo
bill in equity for partition, to
which tho minor children nnd till
others the hoirs of Mark P. Hob
insou aro mado defendants.
Plaintiffs aro tonantB iu common
together with defendants of n
pieco of land known as Anolii,
liLtrict of Ewa, Onhu. containing
CGI acres more or lesB, reserving
tho kuleauHs of tho natives
thorein. Petitioners aro owners of
three-fourths of tho land in stated
proportions to each, under the
wills of Robert Lawrence and
James llobiuBou, and thoy are de
sirous of effecting a partition so
that each maj enjoy his 01 hoi
part iu severalty. Mark P. Robin
sou is n life toiiaut of tho re
maining 0110 fourth, the feo beiug
iu his heirs tho defendants. It is
piaed that a guardian ad litem
bo oppoiuted to represent the de
fendants in tho proceedings.
Judgment for plaintiff has boen
pub red iu J. W. B Nahokualii vs.
Anakakia Ktiakolca and Iona Ka
aoao hor husband, for sov5n
eighths of tho land claimed, 812.50
ttaiiiages aud 11 co3ts. Tho laud
is uituatod nt Kahawali, Honolulu,
aud is 711.3 fathoms in oxtont.
By requestor thosovoral parties,
Judge Carter Bits in place of
Chief Justico Judd, absent, on
tho Supremo Court DPtioh to hoar
tho cases of the Bishop Estate
matter aud Peter High & Co. vs.
E. H. F. Woltor and Francis
Duuu. That Court was in sos
siou this forenoon, with Justices
Frear and Whiting and Judge
Carter presont. Tho March torra
was adjourned sine dio at noon.
Thoro are two cases to bo hoard
iu vacation, after tho return to
town of Paul Neumauu, attorney.
Seven cases only, out of tho
oighteon hoard remain to bo decid
ed. Tho petition for a writ of
habeas corpus for Ah Ujoug was
discontinued this morning by his
attorneys, Kiniioy it Ilallou.
J. II. Kainio petitions to be ap
pointed guardiau of Puhipaka, 11
girl of 11 whose father, Malama,
is living iu a helpless condition
with petitioner. Tho father on
February 13 deeded land ut Hoeia
to the girl, which is under mort
gngo and woith 8300, part ot it
yielding an nuiiual lentitl of S-15.
Kiiliioliiinicliii l.nilnfl nl HimI ,tl'n Will
Aptily lor n 'lmilor,
W. U. Hcudel of tho steamship
Australia presided at a meeting of
thoso interested in the ro-orgauiz-ation
of Kanieuamoha Lodge of
tho Independent Order ot Red
Men, hold last evening, when tho
following officers weie oleoted uud
n uew charter was authoiizod to
bo applied for:
Sachem J F Eckardt.
Senior Sagamore C W Woath
orwax. Junior Sagamoro S J Salter.
Prophet O H Harlan.
Chief of Rocords Goorgo L Ed
wards. lleoporof Wampum A V Gear.
First Sannap Jul ius Asoho.
Secoud Sannap C O Couloy.
Guard of Wigwam B It Camp
boll. Guard of Forest M T Marshall.
Ti usteos Uetiry Smith, Dr. B.
F. Burgess, John MoLain.
Medioiuo Mini Dr. B. F. Bur
gess. Warriors O Bergstrom, J Mo
Lain, O Graef, A B Doak.
Braves J S Andrado, J P Rod
rigncB, A Sohmedou, I Lovings-
First Seout-P D Kellott.
Second Scout J Uondrickson.
IMvnanul I. Horary Entertainment
Movement ot shipping, etc.
Tho Kohala Literary club held
its regular monthly meeting at
Managor Georgo Itonton's resi
dence Kohala, on last Friday
night. A vory oujoyablo program
was rendered, after which refresh
ments woro sorved. Tho enter
tainment was thoroughly appro
oiated by tho 30 or moro guests
. The Kohala Sun, edited by Mi .
King, bookkeeper of Kohala
Sugar Co., was read and was very
amusing, as tho locals woro vory
The diuloguo in which Mibseei
Ward, Ostrum and Walker took
part was also well received. Re
cUatioiiH by Mrs. Dr. Bond, Mr.
King anil Quo. Ronton, and sing,
ing by Mrs. Brown, Mrs. John
Hind aud Mr. Olding, recoivod
hoarty applause Soloct readings
by Miss Wright and Prof. Boll
woro rendered in a manner which
showed considerable ability.
Mrs. Geo. Ronton is a charm
ing hostess, and whon all
were ready to depart many
were tho expressions of thnnkH,
and wishos for another "literary"
to bo hold at hor cosy home. ,
Tho circus, which was with us
for a fow dayB, departed on tho
steamer I wa for Kawaihao, from
whonco it goes to Waimoa.
Souator Northrup is home again
after a short stay iu tho metro
polis. The Rodoiiok D'ni arrived at
Ililo March 31, 13 unys from S. F.
The threo masted echoonor Al
lou A., Schngo mastor, arrivod at
Mahukona Suudny, Maiuli 20,
with a hold load of N W lumber
for S. G. Wilder Sr, Co. Sho took
8003 bags of sugar aud 200 bun
dles of green hides for tho Golden
The schooner Anna, Erratt
mastor, arrived at Mahukoua on
Sunday, March 20. Sho took CG53
bags of tho oxtract of sugar cauo
and is bound for 'Frisco.
Tho four-masted schooner Mur
iel is looked for at Houoipu soino
time next week. Sho nrrivod in
Sau Fraucisco 23 days from IIo
noipu. The John D. Spreokels arrived
in San Fraucisco 25 days from
Tho Bchoonor Queon is 13 days
out from San Fraucisco. Sho is
to tako sugar from Mahukoua aud
is oxpected at any time.
Not more than a million dollars
changed hands oil tlio remit of
tlio Corbett-Fitzsiinmons fight, in
Tho fivo mills iu tho dLlvict are
glinting d.ij and night. The
season will closo oarly this year.
im: 1'i.viNti JimiiANS.
VhiuI-tIH I'crloniinitco Tlmt mve
The Opera Houso was fairly
woll tilled last oveuiug, and the
general verdict on the perform
ance given was a most oxcolleut
ono. Tho principal features woro
tho triple horizontal bar act of
tho Mario brothors, the eccoutrio
and novel porformanco of the
Olifaus, the wondorful perform
ances of Virginia Aragou on the
wire and tho marvelous feats
of tho Flying Joulans. In all of
these tho porformors aro stars
and their feats of strength aud
agility have lievorboeu equaled iu
JamcB Howard and Funny H.
Clair, with tho well-known como
dian John J. Burko and his part
ner Grace Forrest, furnish tho
comedy sketches which top off
an ontortninmont that is worth
more than ono visit. The 6econd
performance will bo given this
evening, and tho salo of resorved
scats shows that tho houso will bo
Superior breakfast sansago is a
spooiulty at tho Control Market.
Ring up 101.
KO,,AL" I SAILING TO AUSTRALIA M
IJII'OHTAM I.STOIt IIArlON I'tllt v ',jB
iiii; DSKur .NAi;rici. .tiiix. '3Sm
Ihr t'llllcil Hltr II) dnitf rnplilc Af ' iM
ll IIh t'lillrctfil sonic er.v VhK
Vivlunblr lt on ilia Nnlijrrt. V'SM
How should a Bkipper sail his
ship to Australian ports? The
Uuited States Hydrogrupltic Ofllco
has secured some very interesting
data concerning tho routo, nnd ur
rauged it in proper form for the
use of seafaring men.
Two routes in general may bo
laid down, a western routo leading,
north from tho Tonga Islands aud
the Fautnatas, uud an eastern
route, passing to tho eastwaul and
southward of tho lattor group,
crossing tho parallel of 30 degrees
south and 130 degrees west, and
tho equator iu the neighborhood
of 12o degrees wast. Tho avoroge
duration of the passage shows
that in solecting his routo the nav
igator should consider the soason.
Each routo is susceptible of wido
variation. Excellent passages in
point of tune have been made by
passing to tho wpstwaul of the
Fiji Islands, crossing tho equator
boUoon 175 do'crree1 and 180 de
gree", or oeu beyond, and making
tho wholo easting within tho
Examples of voyages of tlio
routo mentioned tiro offered on
tho logbook of tho ship Microne
sia, which left port May 11, 1891.
orossed tho equator iu 179 (leg.
vest, stood ulmosl due north until
latitude 30 deg. 10 niin. was
reached, in longitudo 171 west,
horo meeting the westerly winds
sho stood ahead and dropped an
chor in Sau Francisco harbor
July 3, 1891, filty days out from
Sydnoy. Tho Caruuna also fol
lowed this track with success,
leaving Nowcustlo, N. S. W., Au
gust 7, 1895, arrived at Sau Frau
cisco September 28, 1895, fifty-two
days from port to port. Both of
theso passages, it should be noted,
were mado during the northern
Hummer April to September.
On the other hand, tho ships
Poltalloch and Melanopo endeav
ored to follow a similar course
duriug tho uorthorn winter Oc
tobor to March and failed signal
ly; tho former took 89 dayB to
complete tho voyage ami the lattor
Iu following tho oa9toru routo
on important question to decido is
whether tho courso shall pass to
the northward or the southward
of Now Zealand. Here again, tho
consideration of the time of tlio
year is all important. During
tho southern winter (Auril to
Ujiooti), tho polar limit of the
southeast trades recedes toward
tho equator. At this season, there
fore, the passage to tho north of
Now Zealand is quite practicable,
ovou advisablo, lying, as it does,
well within the bolt of prevailing
westerly winds. During tho
southern summer, on tho con
trary, tho region of tho southeast
trades is oldso at baud, extending
woll to tho southward of 30 dog.
south, and ships attempting to
pass to the northward of Now
Zealand find theuiselvos beset by
eastorly winds, variables nnd
calms. At this soason, thoroforo,
tho routo to the bouthwtird of
New Zealand, although adding
sonsibly to tho suiting distauce, 1b
tho shorter in point of time. It
should bo furthor notod in this
connection, that having attained
tho latitudo necessary to round
Now Zealand by tho south, a ves-
sel anxious to mako a quick pas
sago should not hesitnto to main
taiu it, profiting by tho greator
strength and Bteudiuoss of tho
westerly winds of thoso higher
latitudes. Tlio voyage of tho
British ship Bothwoll, and also
that of tho Amoricau ship Con
quoror, nro examples of this, each
of thoso vossoIb making a passage
far above tho avoroge tho Both
well iu 03 days and tho Couqueror
iu C9, by virtno of ruuniug
down their latitudo as far as 15a
deg. wost, south of tho forty
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