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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1897.
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That Tired Feeling
Tho causo 13 poor, thin blood,
resulting in doQcicnt vitality. To
overooniB thio, tho blood needs to bo
enriched and vitalized, and for this
there is no medicine in the world
equal to Aycr'a Sarsaparllla. Tho
cures it has worked, tho men, wo.
men and children it has restored to
health, are countless in number. Ono
such experienco is related by Mr.
Robert Goodfcllow, Mltcham, Eolith
Australia, as follows: "I.havo used
in my family for years, and would
not bo without it. 1 used to sulTcr
.tllti lifl. ill al'ln i.imtlnnii
YIkll UVIIIO ilUU BIW1I VlMiFHUMO,
attended with great lassitutlo and
General debility. In fact, I was so
ill that I could not attend to my bus
iness. JJeliiff advised to try Ayer s
Sarsaparllla 1 did so, and 1 am happy
to say that the medicino restored inn
to perfect health. 1 havo since used
Aycr'a Sarsaparilla for my children,
in various complaints, and it has
always proved effective. I cau safely
recommend it to sufferers as
The Best Blood Purifier
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bd4 Mutrn iu the rUm cf well tattle.
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Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bole Agents for the RopuUio ot Hawaii.
On WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY
April 21 and 22, 1897,
Such as Ttvceds, Snltlnjr. Huolwking,
Kumgariis, Doeskins, Trousering,
Serges, Flannels, Linen and
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Also, New Dress and Fancy
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Sheeting, Blankets, Quilts,
Towols, Cutlery, Knots uud Shoes,
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On 'a Liberal Credit to the Trade,
ST"AT THK STOKE OFfls3f
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401 Fort Street.
Jeweler arid Watcrimaei?
' Having bought out the entire
stock of J. E. Gomes I urn prepared
to furnish First-class Jewelry at rea
WatctmaUiE and Repairing a Specialty.
Iffir Native Work of all kinds. Also
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
I'luiin.Nu ni:nvt:i:. uhklk oiikii.
II. I. AS AN'OTOIIKIMII KfcUllIAUN.
KebrU Hw tlic Nmlilunl n Srtlimk
In nilm-l'till IlnilseH from
America nml i:tiruK.
TditKcv ami iiiti:i:ci:.
Ilnlllc IIrlMrn fircek Irrrifiilnri Him
On tbo 9th of April a party of
Greek brigands crossed the border
and entered TurkishterrJtory nonr
Urovona. The Turkish troops at
that place opened fire upon tho
invaders and an engagement bo
twoon tho brigondH and Turkq,
beginning at 5 iu the morning,
was still in progress at noon.
Thero wore about 1000 Greeks,
wbo orossod tbe border at 3 a. m.
They woro discovered by tho
Turkish outposts iu a forest. Tho
outposts fired on them and thon
retired on tho main body. At
noon whou tho dispatch was sent
fighting was proceeding vigorous
ly and the Greeks woro holding
their own. A dotaclimont of ar
tillery was being Lurried up by
tho lurks, and it was thought if
this could bo brought into action
tho Grooks would be dislodged
speedily from thoir position.
Edheni Pasha, commander in
chiof of tho Turkish forces in
Macedonia, will ndvanco immedi
ately if he lcnrns that rogulnrB
are taking part in the fighting.
OrdorB to that effect havo been
issued, and it would not bo sur
prising if the whole Turkish nrmy
should soon ndvanco into Greece.
The situation is critioal. War
has not been so near since the
trouble bocan. Tclocrnras aro
constantly passing botween tho
military commandor at Grovona
and the Government at Constan
tinople. It is rumored that throe bands
of insurgents, each numbering
about C00 men, havo appeared at
difforont points in Macedonia.
Tho correspondent of tho Asso
ciated Press wob ordered to make
a closo investigation of the Tur
kish line ot defense. It rovoalod
overything in excellent shape.
Tbo transport servico is oxcellont
Four thousand pack horses are
omployod and onormous quanti
ties of war storosj pontoons, can
non, tents, munitions, ammuni
tion and, in fact, everything need
ed for a largo army havo been
A dispatch to tho Loudon Daily
News from Elaesoun, dated 3:20
p. m., Dtli, says: Tho invading
Greeks number 1000 aud aro hold
ing thoir own. Tolegiams arc
proceeding incessantly between
Grcvuna and Constantinople. '
Itiiiftliiiiiihlicll Crotiiim, 'l
Cauea, April 9. Tho Mussul
inanB and others, who had sought
rofuge in tho fortress of KiBsamo,
arrived bore today on board an
Austrian transport. Tho garri
Bon of tho place, howover, re
mained there under u continuous
fusillado from the insurgents,
who killod two soldiers today.
Lator in tho day a Ilussiuu gun
boat bombarded tho insurgents
and compolled thorn to rotiro to
tho heights in the vicinity ot Kis
samo. I'oNliloii ol Italy.
The MarquiB Vonosta, Minister
of Foreign Allairs, in a statement
to tho Italian Chamberof Dopur
tics, said it was to Italy's interest
that thero should not bo a general
war. Italy had always supported
tho application of effectual re
forms in tho Cretan question.
She had remained faithful to tho
concert and has cooperated iu all
offorta to promote tho Bottlemout
desired and iu ovory proposal
calculated to render the position
of Groeco oasier. If only Grooco
had lont an ear to tho couusols
of moderation, no humiliation
would have been involved for her
in deferring to tho wishes of
Europe. If Greece had deferred
sho would havo attained bor ob-
Continued on J,th Pttyc,
MRS. DIMOND'S BACKER
A lUO.STA.NA MAN WHO
.1IO.M-.V HI lltlllN.
II N I
Mic I. SIiiiIjIiii; tlmliT lllrultj
nml Cm li Alrpaily Klrli lllglirr
Than Hit lloul.
Mrs. Dimoud bus found uu
"angol," according to Tho Call of
April 9. This particular seraph,
wbo is anxious to singe his wings
with theatrical lire, hails from
Montana, and, according to tho
lady, has more millions thau ho
can count off on tho fingers of
both his hands. But he is not a
rocklfcbH nugol uud litem in a limit
to his bounty. Ono hundred
thousand dollars will be vonturcd
on tbo Diinond theatrical Bchome
and no more. But so great is his
faith in tho lady's talout thnt ho
feels confident tlutt bo is going to
win back his monoy many times
Mrs. Dimoud is working hard
to livo up to tho bright futuro
predicted by tbe generous iuhu
from the Northwest. She is do
voting four hours daily to hor
musio uud lwlf ninny lo hr
"1 nm studying under Kiralfy,"
tho lady explained, "and ho stiyn
I am making unusual progress.
I can already kick higher thau
my bead. 1 praotisoin short skirts
and am gradually feeling ray woy
toward tights. Then Itako a spin
on my wheel ovory morning, not
necessarily to reduce myself, but
to harden tutf. My bicycle re
cord is twouty-fivo miles iu two
hours, nud that includes four
Mrs. Dimond's "angel" has a
roprcscntativo here in tho person
of W. G. Hunter. Ho spend tho
greater part jf Lis tima with hla
superiors star and superintends
her studies. Mrs. Diniond, before
she consented to unfold her plaus,
appealed to hor "friend Mr. Hun
tor," who obligingly took tbo mat
ter ot explanation upon himself.
"1 ropresout the Montana mil
lionaire," ho complacently ro
marked, "and wbatovor I say
goes. Ho has moro money than
e knows what to do'with, and
ho would just as Boon drop
$100,000 or so as not.
"Ho will put Mrs. Dimoud nt
the head of a high claBS vaudovillo
company and star hor in New
York late iu tbe fall. "Wo will
play all tho big Eastern cities and
Sau Francisco can't suo our star
for u year."
At prosoiit tho millionaire who
is eo anxiouH to rid himself of bin
surplus wealth i3 spending money
nnd picking orange blossoms
according to his representative
iu Southern California.
"He may bring somo of those
blossoms hemo for a certain lady
to wear," said Huutor. Aud thou
Mrs. Diinond smiled and blushed
a delightful, progressive blush
that mndo her fnir f.ic Hush from
throat to eyebrow.
Thoro was a faraway look in hor
oyos when Bho said: "Tho only
fault my friend finds with mo is
I'm too modost; but ho promises
me I'll tfcit over that."
Tho Monlaua "angol," with bis
orange blossoms, is expected about
Thursday of uoxt wook.
oiuor uinio i:cimii-ii.
As usual on the appearance of
obituaries of authors, thoro has
boun a fresh demand for tho pro
fuso works of tbe Into William T.
Adams, who as "01ivr Oplio"
mintod stories by tho bushel for
youth throughout a generation
past; Those who havo sought to
gratify their sympathetic interest
at tho Boston public library havo,
bowovor, mot with disappoint
ment. Soven years-ego the works
of "Oliver Optic" were excluded
from that institution, at tbo sug
gestion of 8. A. B. Abbott, whoso
follow trustees nt tbo timo coin
cided with his opinion that thoy
ranked with yellow cdverod novels
of n trashy and ultia-soiisational
ANNEXATION GORING NOW
.NI'ALDINU IllLNOLUTION WILL
iiwi: i.iiti.i; oi'iminitio.v.
l'iltuu llm I'lun at tliti Ailiiillnii
til 'ln .llotciiinut li 111- I'uohrd
Alti'r tlm Tnrlll.
Chicago, April 8. Tho Chica
go Cluouiclo's Washington cor
respondent souds tho following:
The administration is heartily
in sympathy with the scheme to
anuox the Hawaiian islands. Tho
movemont will bo pushed with
vigor as soon as the tariff bill is
out of the way. Tho President
will send a cpccinl messago to
Congress on tho subjoct, if noces
stiry, but it is believed when Con
gress takes tho matter up it will
bo speedily settled to the satisfac
tion of tho annexationists without
any spooial interference on tho
part of tho Executive.
Miuistcr Hatch and Attoruey
Goneral Smith, representing tho
Hawaiiun Government, have been
actively nt work during tbo past
thirty days cultivating nnnoxation
sentiment. They havo bold fro-
quont coniorouees with President
McKinley, Secretary Shorinnn,
Speaker Beed aud tbo members of
the Fornign Affairs Committees
of both houses of Congress. Thoy
urge that uunoxntiou is ncccssnry
to savo tbo islands from Japaueso
Tbo plau ngreed upon for an
nexation iB similar to that follow
ed in the caso of Texas. Tbo in
dependence of Texas, like that of
Hawaii, was Becured maiuly
through the assistance of oitizons
of the Uuited States. Tho move
ment for tho nnnoxatiou of Texas
first look dofinilo shape iu tho
'!ongroHa of tho United States. A
resolution providing for annexa
tion passed Congress in 1815.
Tho President of tbo Toxas re
public immediately called a con
vention which nccoptod the reso
lutions nud adopted a constitution
which was satisfactory to tho au
thorities iu tbis country and an
Tho plnn to bo obsorved in re
gard to Hawaii is embodied in a
resolution which was prosouted in
the Houso March 29th by Spalding
of Michigan. It is nn exact copy
of tho resolution which was used
in the Toxas case, except that tho
word "Hawaii" is inserted whor
ever tho word "Texas" occurred in
tho original rcsolutiou. Tho first
section of Spalding's resolution
provides thnt Congress consents
''that tho torritory proporly in
cluded wiliiiu and rightfully
bolonging to the Government of
Hawaii and commonly known as
tho Srmdwioh islands may bo
erected into a now State to bo
called tho Stato of Hawaii, with a
republican form of government to
bo adopted by tho pooplo of Ha
waii by deputies, in convention
assembled, with the consont of tho
ixitituig Government, in ordor
thnt tho samo may bo admitted as
one of the States of this Union."
It is provided iu tho second
section that tho "consent of Con
gress is givon Mpou tho following
conditions aud with tho following
guarantcos, to wjt: First, said
Stato to bo formed subjoct to tho
adjustment by tbo Govornmont of
all questions of boundary or ju
risdiction that may ari60 with
other GovornmoutB or former
Governments of Hawaii; and tho
constitution theroof, with tho pro
per evidence of its adoption by
tho pooplo of tho Govornmont of
Hawaii, Bball bo transmitted to
tho President of tbe Unitod States,
to bo laid boforo Congross for its
fiual action on or boforo tbo 1st day
of January, 1898. Second, said
Stato when admitted into tho
Union, after ceding to tlio United
States all public edifices aud all
property and means pertaining to
tho public defense belonging to
tho Government of Hawaii, shall
retain nil public funds, debts,
Conllnuid on 5th Paijt.
THE MOLOKAI MURDERERS
HIIUUI'I' Tltl.YIIILK ALLOWS DM)
or Tiifc.ii to r.scAn:.
Hip lwo Olhrr Arc Ilrliluil tin-llura
lii Tlil li.-ll.iic ol lie- ,
4'atiirliitr tlio'flilnl. .
Lieutenant Chamberlain and n
forco of polico woro on hand wlion
tho steamer Mokolii tied up at tho
wharf at midnight last night to
escort tho three Kamulo murdorers
who wore expected on board.'
Only two of them camo, Sam Kuu
aud Sam Paahao. Tho third, Noa,
it was oxplaiued, bad escaped from
Last Wednesday the men were
givon a hearing before tbo Distric
Magistrate and prom ply commit
ted for trial. They admitted tho
murdor aud robbory, Noa confess
ing that ho bad choked tho China
man first and theu brained him
with a stone, as detailed exclusive
ly iu tbo BuM.UTift.
Ou Thursday moruino Sheriff
Trimble took Noa into tho moun
tains whoro tho monoy thnt was
stolon wns coucnuled, both lining
on horseback. Wlion Noa reach
ed a likely spot ho slid off his
horso nud was soou lust in the
thick underbrush. Sheriff Trim
ble took sovernl shots nt him ou
thu wuy but missed him nud ro
ta rued for more help. When the
Mokolii loft tbe Sheriff nud a
largo posso woro still looking for
Marshal Brown is vory much
disgustod with tho way Sheriff
Trimblo lot Noa slip through his
fingorB, but ho hopes that deputy
marshal Hitchcock, wbo is now on
tbo scene, will effoct his recapture.
Hitchcock knows every man, wo
man and child on Molokai and is
familiar with the country in which
Noa ishiddon. Ho has also, a man
with him who knows overy foot of
tho mountain gulches iu tho vici
nity. Marshal Brown had tho two ac
cused men boforo him tbis morn
ing bcpuratoly. Thoy both claim
that Nou has approached them
Bovon or oight timos with a prop
osition to murdor tho Chinaman
and rob tho store, and tbnt aftor
holding out a long timo thoy fin
ally consonted to bolp. They broke
into tho sloro, choked tho woman
into insensibility and dragged tho
man out. Ho fought desporatoly
and in choking him Noa was so
veroly scratched about tbo throat
himsolf. Noa thou proposed to
kill tbo Cbiuaman nnd Ku hold
him while ho mashed bis boad
with a stouo. Paulino refused lo
assist in tho deod, saying it wiib
moro than ho bargained for, nnd
turned his face away bo as not to
see it. Thoy then returned to tho
storo aud took a quantity of things.
Noa broke open tho money draw
or, but tho two men say ho did not
find auytbiug in it, nnd thnt wbon
they divided tbo stolen proporty
afterward Noa told them thoro
was no monoy.
Both men say that Noa's story
of buried money was only a blind
to got Sheriff Trimblo up iu the
mountains and give him n chance
to CBcapo. They suy thoro is
abundauco of water, wild taro aud
bananas iu tbo gulchos whoro Noa
is hiding aud that tho officers will
havo a liurd timo in capturing
Thoro aro two reasops why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Wnikiki to tho
Pnlnma Grocery and back. Boason
1. It is tho ouly placo on tho
Islands whoro tho colobratcd Sal
vatiou Army ton is Bold. Reason
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons find they nro monoy
iu pockot by dealing at thiB "livo
and let livo" establishment. Wo
nlso deliver goods botwoon Dia
mond Head aud Moaualua freo.
Opposito Rnilwny depot, King
stroot. Tel. 755.
TOM WALKER'S ESCAPADE
rim:i a hi i' li: iu; Li. in in to imi
.ticLOTir.s m:v iiiiii.mimi.
Tl,n 'S,'0I "iilt t limp ll-ru
"ircii-rt in rinniciinii, mm
Whom llr llml Irmitilc.
Cdiididerablo excituuiunt wns
created ou King street this morn
ing in tho vicinity of the new Em
moluth bnildiug. Tom Walker is
the contractor for putting up the
brick work and from all accounts
has not boon nttondiug to his work
ns ho should have dono for tho
past week, for which ho has been
called dowu by tho owiier. Thcra
wero high words this morning
aftor tho work bad commenced
and Wnlkor wont off iu a rage.
About 8:25, whilo Emmoluth wns
standing in the front of the upper
story of tho building, some one
cnlled nut to him fioin the street
to come dowu. He Rooked down
and saw Wnlkor standing behind
tbo wall iu front of tho Arlington
hotel witli a riilo pointed up in bis
direction. Almpst at tbe samo
instant a report wiib hoard nud a
bullet went unploasnutly closo to
Mi. Emineluth, who tundu good
timo iu reaching tbe rear of tbo
Tbo report of tbe rifio drew a
largo number of pooplo to tbo spot
anil in tbo excitomout Walker dis
appeared. Captain Pnrkor aud n
numbor of officers woro quickly
on tho Bcoue, but Walker wWuo-
wherc about the building. The
riilo was found standing against
tho roar wall of tho ground floor, '
which looks as though he had in
tended to gonptlieelovntor ladder
but had altered his mind.
Mr. Emmeluth, who car
ries one arm iu a sling ns
tho rosult of a recent ee
voro nccideut at his piueipplis
ennnory, camo down tbo ladder
shortly aftorward and was askod
as to tho causo of the trouble.
"Woll," ho said, "Tom has boon
'off' for a week and not doing
right. 1 told him pretty plainly
what 1 thought of him. He wont
off in a huff aud tho next I saw of
him was in tho Arlington grounds.
Ho cnlled to mo to come
down and havo it out or words to
that effoct. .Ho had his rifio
pointed in my direction aud I
suppose ho shot at me. The .man
is crazy. That's all thoro is to it."
Captain Pnrkor took tho riilo to
tbo polico stntiou. Mr. Emme
luth put on a temporary foromnn
to continue tho work at 9 o'clock
aud matters soon rcniiined thoir
wonted appearance about the
Whou Cnptaiu Parker got back
to tho polico station, ho fouud
Walkor thero beforo him. Ho
said: "I want to dolivor mysolf
up, 1 bav6 just shot Emmoluth ? "
lie was booked for investigation
aud locked up.
Captain Parker mado a further
investigation lator on nnd Bhowed
a BuiiLCTiN roportor tho bullot '
which ho had picked out of the
woodon coiling ovor tbo spot whoro
Emmoluth was standing. From
whoro Wnlkor BtoodTiy tho side of
n big troo insido tho Arlington
wall and near tho gato to whore
tho ball struok wns in n direct
lino with tho plnce who Urmnc
luth stood. Tho aim wis good
enough but Wnlkor forgot to
make sufficient allowance" for tho
upper deflection iu shooting to
such a hoight. As it was tho ball
passed just four foot ovor Emmo
lutli's head nud ono foot from tho
boad of another man working near.
It waB loarnod lator that tho
cause of tbo trouble was ovor
Walker's coutract,on which it ap
pears ho lost monoy. Ho has
drawn tbo full amount duo him
and tho work is yot uucom
plotod. Mr. Emmeluth insisted
on hie bondsmen completing tho
work aud thoro has boon trouble
ovor sinco. About two weeks ago
Walker commonced to drown hid
sorrows iu drink and according to
some of his follow workmen has
bcou crnzy drunk tbo nnbt fo.v
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