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the man got very wet. The wetting
gave him a cold. The cold, neglected,
developed to a cough. Tim cough
sent him to a bed of sickness. A dose
of Aycr's Cherry Fcctoral, taken at
the etart, would luce iiip;.l .l.c cold
in the bud and saved the sickness,
suffering, and expense. The house
hold remedy for colds, coughs, and all
lung troubles, is
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nent on the wrapper, and 1 blown in the
glass of each bottle.
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AN INVOICE OF
Suitings, Trouserings, Knnv
garns, Sorges, Lining, Etc.
White Linen and Cotton
By the Yard or by the Piece.
Vou Holt Block, King Street.
EC. GL J3IA.KT,
401 Fort Street.
-Jeweler and Watcljmalfei?
' Having bought out the outlro
itocu or J. JS. uoraca i am prepared
to furnish First-class Jewelry ,at rea
WatclMlis and Repairing a SpecialtF.
Natlvo Work of all kluda. Also
' Architect and Superintendent
R Office: 305 Fort street,
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SCOURING THE STOMACH
IN I'ON.IUM'IION W1XII IlOKNTfiKX
Mlrri'Rlll Tpkl III u llrillcal I'ollrg)-
-tit-cut Addition III
Chicago, April 'J. With u little'
mucbino, which looks liko nu egg
beater, Dr. Fenton B. Turck has
performed tho foat of luunderiug
tho insido of a man's stomach at
tho Post Graduate Medical School,
and by moans of tho Roentgen
ray ho at tho same timo viowed tho
interior of the Btomach whoro hifl
little devico was at work. Tho
invention marks an era of pro
gress in tho medical world, as his
experiment was tho first of tho
kind made in full viow of, tho
operators. One of tho largest and
most complete Roontgen ray out
fits over produced was furnished
to the collcgo for the experiment.
Attached to the end of Dr.
Turck's instrument, which is
called a gyromelo, or revolving
sound, wait, a flexible cable of
uniral stool wire, on tho end of
which was a small sponge. The
cablo was iuclosed in a rubber
tube, and this, with tho sponge,
was swallowed by the patient.
Tho latter, who was stripped to
tho waist, then stepped before tho
Roentgen light, tho doctor put the
fluoroscopo to his eyes and au at
tondunt turned the handle of tho
gyromole. Tho cublo revolved as
fast or as slow as was desired, tho
sponge at tho farther end pro
ceeded to its work of scouring the
innor walls of tho patient's stom
ach, while tho doctor, through the
fluoiojicopo, viewod the work by
locating the metal cable by moans
of tho X ray. ,
By pushing or pulling on tho
cablo the various portions of the
inner walls of the stomach woro
operated upon and tho matter
which was gathered in the sponge
was then removed for microscopic
examination. No nausea or other
discomforts woro felt by the pa
tient, though ho stood bofore tho
rays for ovor an hour, while tho
doctors in attendance, tho nurses,
tho oporator of tho X ray outfit
and a newspaper man examined
his intorior. At tho close of tho
ordeal ho was offended that none
of the party would gratify "his cu
riosity to Beo tho operation by
temporarily taking his place as
patient and swallowing tho spongo
and tube despite his assertions
that it had not hurt him.
Tho Roentgen ray outfit used
in the uperntiou is capable of
throwing a fourtceu-iueh spark
and illuminating a very largo
Crooko's tubo. By its means it
was not only possiblo to see tho
ribs and backbone of tho patient,
but to view tho vibrations of tho
heart and to outline tho livor and
kidneys. Dr. Turck is enthusias
tic ovor the success of tho experi
ment. llolfl Arrltnla.
Hawaiian G O Ilowott, Kau;
A L Cunningham, M D, Oakland,
Cul;Miss Chatreo, Now York; 0
J Hutchins, wife and child, Sau
Francisco; William "Walsh, Sau
Francisco; F II Frisbee, Duluth,
Minn; E F Qualtrough, U S S
Marion; L Ahlbom, Luhaiua; O
A Spreckols, Maui; R R. Berg,
Eahnlui; II Z Austin, Hanapope;
B A Fisko, U S N; Geo R Stow
art, Marion, Ind; Goo Rodiok,
Arlington John Sherman,
Waimanalo; J 0 Lonhart, Kailua;
Miller Robertson, Glasgow, Scot
hmd; D B Murdook, Ewa; Ohas
Lennox, Ewa; E Halstead and
wife, Waialua; W Jenkins, U S S
Petrol; It B Williams, M D, Hilo;
A Lindsay, Kohalu; E W Horau,
-- ... i, . .
0. 0. Kennedy is gping to con
struct, jottios for increasing tho
depth of water on tho bar at tho
mouth of tho Waiakoa rivor.
MURDERED ON MOLOKAI
oiiinfm: Mui:itr.i:it:it ami mis
win: nu; victhii.
Inched In IMrrra l,.y ,1tllliclil Asi...
MliiN-Tnn Motive Who IVcrn ite-
luacil Crnllt Mii-etel.
By tho Kinau this morning
Jack Lucas received a lottor from
Lahaina, put aboard at tho lasl
minute, giving the meagre details
of what proved to be n horri
blo murder, committed on
Saturdoy night at Kainalo, Molo
kai, whoro there is a small sottlo
mont on the McCorriston ranch.
Thore is one littlo Btoro at the
place kopt by a Chinaman and
his wife. On Sunday morning
last cries were hoard proceeding
from the sloro and soveral parties
went to investigate. They found
tho Chinawoman on tho iloor with
a handkorchief tightly wound
about her neck. Tho woman, who
had apparautly been left for dead,
had revived after boiug uncon
scious for soveral hours aud it was
her cries that had brought
help. Sho was picked up and
cured for and Dr. Mount, nnd
Sheriff Trimble wert cunr fur.
After she recovered 6he i.tatml
thut about midnight the
awoko ond saw a man in the
room. She thought it was a na
tive but was not sure. Sho next
leinembored being struck with
somu blunt instrument but after
that all was a blank uiitil she
carao to and found herself unable
to move and nearly doad. She
then criod out as loud as she conld
and her cries were answered nooi
atteivard. Shbt'ould uot identi
fy hor assailant but was pretty
euro that it was a nativo, who had
been hanging about tho store with
two companions all tho afternoon.
There had been somo trouble
between this uativo and
hor husband on account of
his fdiluro to obtain credit and ho
had finally loft swearing to
got oven with her husband.
Search was at onco made for
tho woman's husband. Ho was
fonud near tho bank of a small
crock, his head lying on a ilat
rock and mashed almost to a jelly.
Nearby was lying a big stono cov
orod with blood with which the
deed had boon done.
After caring for tho body, tho
party returned to tho store,
whoro thoy found that
tho woman hod rocovered to
such an oxtont that she was able
to give a good description of
throo men who had benn at tho
store tho afternoon before aud
whom sho suspected. Hor de
scription was so good that tho
Sheriff at onco plocod tho raon.
Sheriff Trimble, Frank Foslor
and Dr. Mouritz thon started out
for Kauuakakai to arrest the
suspected parties. Thoy went
straight to Kaunakakai and arrest
ed Sam Kuu, Paahao and Noa,
throo nativos. Tho two first woro
sleoping in a houso and whon the
ollicors broko in on thorn thoy
each had on a new pair of pants.
Tho third man was fouud later.
Ho was woaring a now silk hand
kerchief, which with both pairs of
pants woro identified as part of
tho Btock in tho store. Other arti
cles Btolon from tho store woro
afterward found in thoir posses
sion and identified. Tho three
men wore thon confronted with
tho womau uud aho at onco said
they wero tho ouos who woro at
tho Btoro on tho afternoon before.
It is expected tho throo mon
willbo brought horo on tho Mo
kolii on Saturduy.
Thoro BoomB to bo no doubt
that all throo woro eugagod in tho
murdor, the motivo of which was
robbery. Tho store was ransack
ed from ond to ond and tho monoy
drawor broken opon. Tho mur
dorers ovidontly thought thoy had
strangled tho womau, and left hor
whilo thoy dragged tho man out
and killed him. They thon
ovidontly returned to tho storo
aud ransacked it nt thoir leisuro.
NEWS OF FOREIGN NAVIES
om: .million dollars ion tiik
Jrenl Kviiprlalluiik u u New Ilrlll-li
LniiK-IIUIuiiee t'rullur rv I
The British battle-ship Jupitor,
14,900 tons, on her trial trip March
9 avornged 18.4 knots for four
hours. Tho contract speed was
Ono million dollars will pro
bably be expended by Groat Bri
tain in improvements and exten
sion of tho Hongkong dockyard.
A large drydock is one of tho
Tho Hart and Hardy, torpedo
boat destroyers of 295 tons dis
placement, have arrived safely at
Hongkong whore they will be at
tached to the British China squad
ron. Thoir passage up from Sing
apore in tho tooth of the northeast
monsoon was very tvying to tho
small crafts, but the ollicors speak
in the highest terms of thoir soa
woithiness through thoir long voy
age from Englund.
Tho Niobe, first-class cruiser
of 11,000 tons displacement,
sheathed with wood and coppered,
vu3 launched February 20 from
the yard of the Naval Construc
tion and Armament Company at
Barrovv-iu-Furuess. Sho is ono
of eight ships on the same design,
Eix ef which are building by con
tract and two at tho Pembroke
yard. Tho Niobo is 135 foet in
length, 09 foot beam and has a
moan draught of 25 foet 3 inches.
Tho horsepoVor uudor natural
dravgul u to bo IG.chW, with
which a speed of twenty and a half
knots is anticipated. Tho coal
cupaoity is 1000 tons at loud
draught and bunker space for
2000 tons, aud tho armament con
sists of sixteen G-iuch aud seven
teen Bmallor guns, all of thorn
quickfirors. Sir William White,
who designed the vessel, expocts
groat results from this olass,
which is designed for long dis
tance cruising, and, while thoy
aro only protected oruisors, tho
protection affordod is greater than
in previous designs of that class.
Thus tho armored deck is 4 inchoa
thick and tho conning towor 12
inches. Tho total complement
will be 718 officers and men. Tho
total estimated cost, exclusive of
guus aud orduanco stores, is $2,
723,(180. m m i
1TK.11S IMIO.ir IISI.O.
Denlli at nu Olittliuct liiiiroii'iiiciil-
' In rmiii,
Hilo papers received by tho Ki
nau uro tho Hour co of the follow
Poor old William AllBworth is
doad. Ho died Sunday tho 4th
inst. all alouo in his modest quart
ers in Hilo. Ho has boon ono of
tho very oldest of old timors on
thoso islands, following various
vocations, huntor, policeman, and
cattle man nt Waimoa. Ho is ro
putod to havo boon a Mexican war
veteran. His frionds buried his
romains Monday. Ho waB aged
eighty and has been o roaidout of
tho islands for ovor forty years.
J. H. Boyd, of the Intorior Do
partmont, boforo he loaves town
will perfect arrangements for
subdivision for tho leasing of somo
thirtoon acres of land on Waia
nuouuo etroot near tho hospital
sito for building sitos. Ho will
arrange for the opening of Ship
man Btreot, that starts from Bridge
stroot, opposito tho Tribune build
ing and runs down to the shore.
Also a sito will bo solcctod for a
fish markot on this street down by
tho mouth of the Wailuku rivor.
Ho will finally adjust all differ
ences for damages on Waianuo
nue atroot for widoning purposes.
Ho I lovo you better thau ray
life. Sho ConsidorinR tho lifo
you load, I oiuinot say that I nm
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
KTATIJTi: OP lllADIt WILL III!
rMiii)i:it i.v ni:.mm:ic mjiv.
ftnle of J. 'I. U ntuHinlxrt Jr.
riuiinillM lu Ti.ki' leMi-
inuiiy lleiitnl nl fraud.
Defendants in tho suit of Tlieo.
C. Porter ogaiust J. A. King, re
ceiver, and J. K. Sumner, mako
answer of gonoral denial ami of
relianco for dofenso on tho statute
Elizabeth Bourne Watorhousc,
oxecutrix of tho will of John T.
WatorhouBe Jr., haB filed account
with a petition for dibcbuigi.
Receipts aro 103,000 and thoro
aro no payments.
D. H. Caso for petitioner ob
tained from Judge Perry an ordor
for commission to take testimony
in Kau, to issue to A. J. Yates, in
tho matter of tho petition for ad
ministration of tho estate of Kong
Looug. Tho OBtato is insolvent
and W. Pfotonhauer, representa
tive of H. Hackfeld & Co., is the
tomporary administrator. ,
Sing Tai Keo Company answers
tho complaint of James W. Lloyd,
assignee, categorically donying
all the allegations of conspiracy
( anu trauu made Inorein regarding
I a certain mortgage
'J.I Percent llclow Actum Co-il.
Note This Dimities, 15 yds
81.00; printed ducks, 11 yds 31.00;
whito cottonB, 21 yds $1.00; brown
cottons, 25 yds S1.00; 81 inch
bleached bhecting 15c; 90 inch
blenched pheoting 20c. All last
6easoa'i dros 'goodo lOo; whito
dress goods 10 yds $1.00; bed
spreads fiOo, 75c uud $1.00; mon's
straw hats at 25o, formerly $1.00,
$1.25 and $1,50; tablo linon, 3 yds
$1.00; dotted awiss, 9 yds $1.00;
Fauwell cottonB, 14 yds $1.00; 45
inch pillow casing, 10 yds $1.00;
laco curtainB, 50c, 75a and $1.00
tho puir, by tho yard 10c; fine
draperies, 10 yds $1.00; damask
napkins, 75o per doz; llannolottcs,
20 yds S1.00; ginghams, 25 yda
S1.UU at Tomplo of Fashion.
Neennil tin- Motion.
Tho Hilo Tribuno Bays it
"agrees with tho Bulletin in
speaking of tho prosperity of the
islaud of Tiinidad, whoro thoy
did not entirely dopend upon
sugar for an industry, but mixed
tho production with othor crops.
And tho season for experimenting
is today whilo wo aro prosperous.
In a country liko these islands
whoro every day is a workiug day,
whoro fruitu ripen the whole year
round, whoro labor is cheap bo
cuuso tho noccssitios of living aro
cheap, with tho United States for
a markot whoro 70,000,000 pooplo
reside, thoro are huudreda of in
dustries that could be pursued
with a profit."
Ilia Louxt-ft llcluu.
At a mooting of tho joint com
mittco of St. George aud Thistle
societies on tho Diamond Jubiloe
last night, it was docidod to tako
steps for haviug a mooting of
British residents called. Tho
result is u call for a meeting at
tho Arlington next Wodnosuay
evening, signed by sevoral promi
uont British residents. Hilo
papors havo a call for a mooting
of British residents thoro noxt
Accident at llllii.
Mrs. A. D. Freimann, tho woll
known dressmaker, was thrown
from a horse at Hilo ono day last
wook and had her collar bono
brokon. Tho animal was a vicious
ono and she had boon warned
against riding it. She camo up
on tho Kinau and ia now with
frionds in this city.
m m mm
King BroB. havo just filled an
ordor for 200 colored Hawaiian
photos for a party in America.
CYCLING IN SHANGHAI
TIIK OlIMIU'rriO.NS WHEKI.IIK.N
iiavt. in look our I'oit.
MrrcU Sumiii Willi J llirlcktlmu ,
(Sunlit I'ortcr, Mniuvii on itn-cr ( H
Wlirvllwrroivt ami s, 1'orlli.
Cyclists and hackmon complain
that there is no such thing as tho
law of tho road in Honolulu aud
both blamo each other for tho
accidents which aro bo frequently
tho result of not following tho
general rulo of either keeping to
the right as in tho United States
or to the left as in England. But
Ilonolila'a Btnotd, bad os they
aro, must bo paradise to tho cycliBt
compared with thoso of Shanghai.
A contributor to Tho Cycle sends
a rathor amusing account of u rido
through Shanghai, which ho des
cribes as "that stroy little patch of
Europo in China." Ho. Bay's:
Whother he rides in England,
America, or Franco - for till of
theso nations havo their own lit
tle branch establishments, with
oven their own General Post
Offices all w ithin the bounds of
tjm mHn-nt of Sh'tnghui ho
will fool himsolf in ovor imminent
risk of being crushed by tho
trailic, or crushing somebody
olse, as ho bumps along tho some
what rough, but othorwiso level,
Btreots of well built Shanghai.
The writor haa ridden through tho
busiest of London streets, yea,
ovon in thoir most greasy condi
tion, but unpleasantly thrilling as
such experiences woro it was
child's play to Shanghui. The
Btreots absolutely swarm with
'ricKshuws, pulled along at a
rapid pace by Chinese coolios of
a most reckless uud careless tem
perament. They Bwiug round
cornors on tho wrong side; make
suddsn alterations in their course;
race each othor, blindly, with
thoir heads down; stop unexpect
edly, nnd whon they sight a likely
fare thoy swoop down on him
from all directions, utterly re
gardless of everything but to get
The rickshaws alono would bo
qui to onough to keep tho cyclist
in tho stroots of Shanghai from
going to sleep, but thoy aro only
u dotail of tho whole of hie au
xiotiee. The stroots aro equally
well provided with coolio porters,
who carry merchandise about
swung from long, stout bamboo
polos. Theso worthios waudor
all over tiiii road, appear to be
alllicted with deafness, and always
to bo deep in rolloctiou on the
hardnoss of thoir lot, and aro per
haps most duugorotiH when not
i..tirying anything, and tho hoavy
bamboo polo is on their shoulders,
Nor -have I yet exhausted tho
list of tho terrors of tho Btreots of
Shanghai. If one boob a China
man of any position crossing
right in one's track and ringa
tho boll at him, beyoud a
glauco tho effect is uil, for his
dignity will not pormit him oithor
to stand still or hurry; whilst tho
Iow-olasa Chinaman, at the first
twinkle, jumps wildly about iu
ovary direction but tho right one,
like tho typical old lady of our
own highways. Most of the
womou folk go about on a wheel
barrow of peculiar construction,
a big whool boing right in tfyo
contro of tho vohiolo, and caged
ovor, and throo girls can ait either
side, Irish cur fashion. This is
probably tho most harmless thing
to cyoliHta on tho Shanghai .nnds,
but oven this has its littlo dangers,
for should tho cyclist como Hp
silently from tho rear, and go
past close to tho pusher, it may so
alarm him that he loses his some
what procariouB balauce on the
ono whool, and shoots threo small
footed exactly alike Chiuose young
women into tho apokes of what
was a momont boforo a bicycle.
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A. G. M. Robertson haa go no to
Kauai to bo prosontat tho examin
ation of tho Chiueso rioters at Li
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