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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SATURDAY, JAN. 26, 1901.
inr6ons, Physicians And Dentists.
W. II. Howard, M. D.
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Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
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1 to 3
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
Has removed to Ills new office and resi
dence, Beretanla St., ne.irly opposite Me
OFFICE HOURS ofJ0;003:3OP-
TEL. Main 140
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.'. ra-otei ed his office at . . .
26 Emma Street
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f)R. E. C. WATERHOUSE
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m.;7 to 8 p. m.iSundnjs, S to 11 a. m.
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ID t n. t i t.
Office for the present tt Ith Dr. Anderson,
Alikea St. near Hotel.
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DAVIS & GEAR
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looms 202, 203, 502, Judd Building.
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jroc Ol King and Alakea Streets,
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t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Joalore in Lumber and OohI
ALLEN ai KOBITCSOIS,
Qnenn street. Honolulu
i ear of old stand. Entrance on Klnt
t. O'ifi left at either shop, or office,
' John Ncdt'r ore, Kin? street, will re
'v nromp ttm,lno. Mtf-tf
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NOW Is tho time to get loska
brenkngei wen to, and jwt
Roofs Put In Qrc&c
By oompetont woiaTiw'.
w. H. Darth h W. tutta.
BoQOlnlo Sheet Metal Woriu
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Vestllat.
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Notice to Property Owners and Builders
1 wish to notify the Property Owners
and Bull:ers In general, tint I am now
open for business in the Territory Stables
uiock, King St., and am ready to give
fizures on all Kinds ot plumDlne and sew
erage work. A complete line alwa s cat
rled In stock.
C. H. BROWN,
Telephone Main 48 Sanitarv Plumber
P. O. Box 811. king St.
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But Beer to Beat the Band.
Large invoice Of
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IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more corn
ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
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T111M TliilldlnK HnrnlnW
Piano 'I unur.
40 years practice, references If desired.
All kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned
and Repaired. Oflice with the Ihwallan
Iron Fence and Monument C1., 179 to 180
. King St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., 654. Sz-im Lincoln Block
Fine Job Printing at
Tor catltif, drlnMnc, and cooking,
rrm mliciovs, scTnitiors.
vu.no etm t co uo.
Br.ilf.-I Cvna.l t IV. U.
lUh.r ChocUU (an.wr.tdl. 1 3 lb. !.
O.raA. SwMt Cbwlat l4 lb. tub
Waller Bakor A Oo. ltd.
Dorchester, Mki., U. S. A.
I'ntlcr the new coiulltloim the Chi
nese In Ilnnnll arc IIKcb to glow
scarce ciioiikIi wniioui naini; inrir
own doctors licensed.
Robert Hums was a great poet, anil
man) people know It today In Hono
lulu. If Pnpa Itn can nlk the new cement
Biilewalka barefooted without scathe
he can oerlastlngly sqiiekh two the
ories of the. morning press.
Piocinstlnntlon, the thief of time, le
glowing old and will engage Luqunc'ty
to assist him In despoiling the LcIf
lature of the precious nrtlclc.
If the Honolulu Merchnnts' Associa
tion members stand bj Its rules. It can
not but be a ueful Institution. Tlaio
the main trouble His A few jears ago
a mass meeting of merchants resulted
to nbollsh the antliiinted sjstcm
quarterly credit, but the bill colli e
tors, when the) next hied forth with
their monthly reminders, were turned
away from firms that hnd cordliliy
Joined In the motcment. with the calm
observation that these firms settle ac
The dominant party has had head
quarters protlded for Its political tal
ent during the leglslntlto fission. A'l
that Is wanted now Is heads for tin1
Englnl Is on the tcire of a rcto.i.
Hon Hon. Mr. Hnnbury, newly tip
pointed President of the Hunt J of Agtl
culture bns pre'teile-1 ngolnst the old
practice requiring n C.ibliiot nilnlatcr
on taking office to stand for re-election
to Parliament, tt It'll i n few dijs. Il
might be. of his pr'tlotn election.
There was a cause for the pinctlre
when It originate 1. which lay In the
necessity now otherv ls met of ginrd
Ing ngalnst corruption, mil, the now
executltc represeutatlta of Hie farmlug
Interests pereeltes 10 more reason for
eonsertlng the practice than there
would be for hatln-; grain nownilats
reaped with the slckln of our grand
fathers. Still It is startling .0 find u
statesman of Tory stripe sliaipenlng
his sethe to mow down a tcnernbln
lolltlciil growth. For studjlng p'iri
Torjisni the political tourist hereaftev
may be compelled to tlslt Honolulu,
unless both the past centurj's bureau
cracy nnd trams both tanlsh hand In
As from time immemorial, the houso
scrtant question Is bothering many
households. The question Is consider
ably complicated here and now by the
fact that tho Constitution of the Unit
ed States precludes the adoption of
the ancient Hebraic method of first
catching our scrtant and then jabbing
an nwl through his ear to slgnlf) that
he Is )ours to boss forever.
Performed on tho principle of hnng
Ing a man first and Judging him after
ward, the duty of th.e press to woik
for pure, efficient nnd faithful sertlce
from nil public officials Is greatly sim
plified to some newspapers.
Now thnt the Chinaman may have
and smnkc opium without being Intel -inpted
by a blue-coated tlsltor blast
ing through a sk) light upon his bunk,
It Ib to be hoped thnt John will try to
bo his own policeman for restinlnlng
tho Inblt. He may well prolong his
dus In the land fiom which his breth
ren 1110 excluded, for ns his kind get
Bcaicer hero their bunkes ought to
Thi- ji jf tho Singer in mlllluns of
homes snows the unprecedented suc
cess ot these. Ideal setting machine.
It Is convincing proof that the Singer
excels In all kinds of family sewing
and art needle work. All our sewing
machines aro of tbe best construction,
beautifully decorated, and are mounted
on selected woods In finely finished
cabinets of artistic design. R. Der
gersen, agent, 10H Bethel stree.
Quartermaster Captnln John J nrnd
ley of tho transport Hancock ono of
the beBt known nnd most popular ofll
ceis of tho fleet of troopships, hns
been detached fiom tho Hancoik and
appointed an aid on tho stnff of MnJor
General Otis nt Chicago. Tor some)
tlmo Captain Bradley hns hnd troublo
with his ejes nnd it is to afford him
an opportunity to receive medical
trentment that the transfer was made.
'0 X i
FIRE WALKING CEREMONY
AND INCANTATIONS OF PRIESTS
The ndteiit of Papa ltn with his fevs
of nrc-wnlkiiiK gltes partlitlai Intel
est to a pamphlet published by the
Poncslnn Society. The title U "Te
Umu-TI. A Italateati Ceremony." The
text Is written bv Miss Teulin Henry of
Honolulu. The following prefnee shorn
thnt some doubt existed In the minds of
the publishers as to the authenticity
of the ceremon): "As no member of
the Council has been prltllegcd to wit
ness tho ceremony described herein,
the Council cannot undertake to guar
antee the truth of the Btory. but will
ingly publlth It for the sake of the In
enntntlon." After deccrlblnc the tl oten, Miss
Hcnr writes ns follows:
There Is a strange ceremony con
nected with tho t'mu Tl (or tl-oten)
thnt used to be practiced by the heath
en priests nt Hnintea, but can now be
performed by only two Individuals
' (Tupua nnd Tnero), both descendarts
of priests. This ceremony consisted In
canning people to wilk In procession
through the hot oten when flattened
down, before nn.tthlng had been placed
In tt. and without nny preparation
whatever, bare footed or shod nnd on
their cmeigcme not ctcn smelling of
lire The manner of doing this wan
told b Tupun. All the white resldentn
of the place, ns well ns the Trench offi
cers wele present to sec the ceremony
which Is rnrel) performed nowndns
No one hns et been able to solte th i
mjrtirt of this surprising feat, but It l
to be hoped that scientists will endeat
or to do so while those men who prac
tice It still lite.
Hold the leaves of the ti plant before
picking them, and sn :
'Oh host of gods! nvtake, arise! jou
and I nre going to the tl oten tomor
row," If they Hoot In the air. they nre gods,
but If their feet touch the ground they
nre hiimnn beings. Then break the tl
atcs off nnd look townrds the dlret-
11 of the oven, and say:
O hosts of gods! go tonight and to
morrow ton nnd I shall go"
Then wrap tho tl leaves up In hnu
(hibiscus) lcatcH nnd put them to sle-p
In the mnrae where they must remal i
until morning, and say In leaving:
"Arise! nwnke! Oh hosts of gods!
Let jour feet take sou to the tl oten,
fresh water, nnd salt water come also.
Let the dark carth-tvorm. nnd the light
earth-worm, go to the oten. Let tho
redness, nnd tho shades of the fire all
go. You will go. ton will go tonight
nnd tomorrow It will be ou nnd I; ttc
shall go to the Umu Tl." (This for the
When the tl lentes arc brought away
they must bo tied up Into a wnnd nnd
carried straight to the oten, and opened
when all nre ready to pass through,
then bold the wnnd forwnrd and snv:
"Oh men (spirits) who heated the,
oten! let It die out! Oh dark earh
tvorms! Oh light earth-worms', fresh
water, and salt water, heat of the oten.
and redness of the oten, hold up tho
footsteps of the walkers, nnd fan tho
heat of the bed. Oh cold beings, let
us He In the midst of the oten, Oh
hold tho fnn. and let us go Into tin
oven for n llttlo while!" (When all are
ready to walk In we say:
"Holder of the first footstep!
Holder of the second footstep!
Holder ot tho third footstep!
Holder of the fourth footstep!
Holder of the fifth footstep!
Holder of tho sixth footstep!
Holder of the seventh footstep!
Holder of the eighth footstep!
Holder of the ninth footstep!
Holder ot the tenth footstep!
Oh Oreat-w oman-w ho-set-flre-to-the-skles!
nil Is eotered!"
Then cterjbody wnlks through with
out hurt, Into the middle and nround
the oten following the leader, ttlth the
wnnd beating from side to side.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Krtrr kind ot ilrnfiiroM and dlfflciilt hrar
luir inn .Mr.l tiyonr new InTentlont rnlr
IIh au litrlnir btrcu liurn ileal aro Incurable Im
In Hum 111 ctjn.-iil .Hier. Knd particulars abou
t.urcii.o c. n-.uitnii.iii mid ndricerir.-. Ktery
riat nta fttirrt lists, ataalf tif hla. iittn liatttiA tat vatraf
dTr. daltom's aural clinic,
,.,:.. .vrcnuo llctIO.HI.tt6.A,
City Furniture Store
H. H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
n.ll line of ::
LARGE VRIETY OF BEDROOM SETS a
Parlor Rockers. Baby Carraiges, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., neur Vineyard St. Telephone und Night Cull. 840.
skies, was a high hum woman In old
en times, who made herself respected
by tlieoppiesaltcincn, when then plat
ed women undr so many restrictions
she is said to hete had the lightning nt
her command ,nnd struck men with It
when they encroached upon her rights.
Extract of an account of the Umu-tl,
from a pamphlet published In San
Francisco, by Mr. Hnstwcll:
"The natltes of Italaten hato soma
performances so entirely out ot that
ordinary course of events, as to Insti
tute Inqulrj relatlte to a proper solu
tion. "On the 20th September, 1885, I wit
nessed the wonderful, nnd to bo Inex
plicable performance of passing
through the "Fiery Furnace'
"The furnace that I saw was an exen
tntlon of three or four feet In th"
ground. In a circular form (sloping up
wards), and about thirty fret across
The cxentatlon wns filled with logs und
wood, and then cotcred with largo
stones A fire was built underneath,
and kept burning for about a day.
When I witnessed It, on the second dav.
the Ihnies were heated to a red nnd
white heat When eter) thing wns In
readiness and the furnace still pour-
I Ing up through the interstices of the
rucks, which were heated to n red nnd
whlto lytt When cterjthlng wns In
readiness, and the furnace still pour
ng out Its Intense heat, the nntltes
marched up, with bare feet, to the edgo
of the furnare. where they hnlted for
a moment, and nfter a few passes of the
wnnd made of the branches of the tl
plant b) the leader, who repeated a
few words In the native language, thev
stepped on the locks nnd wnlked lel
surel) across to the other side, stepping
from stone to stone. Tills wns repeated
nte times without any perpiratlon
whatever on their feet, and without In
Jury or dlscomfoit from the heated
stones There was not even the smelt
of Arc on their garments "
DL'ATH RY SUICIDE.
The Jury In the ense of the death
of 12. C. Kaufmann met In the deputy
sheriff's office testerdny nfternoon. Th"
witnesses examined were Dr. J. S. II.
Pratt, of the Hoard of Health. J. C.
Cohen of the Oipheum nnd U. L. Cat
ton, the man who first dlscotered tho
body of deceased.
Dr. Pratt mnde the statement that
the bullet had entered the brain
through the mouth, the hall coming out
of the top of the head. Thero was n
compound fracture of the Bkull and the
bones were pressed out. Either con
cussion of the brain or hemorrhngo n
sued, causing death.
J. C. Cohen said that Kaufmann had
been a lodger at the Orpheum lodging
house He loaned the deceased some
money at about fi o'clock Wednesday
ctenlng and did not see htm again un
til he was dead Mr. Cohen Bald that
he believed the man committed sulcido
on account of the story nbout him In
tho Advertiser Thursday morning.
Caswell told of how he had found
the body In tho music room of the old
The Jury returned a verdict of death
CULLOM TO BE RETURNED.
Springfield, III . January 17.-
Tho Republican Joint caucus tonight
unanimously nominated Senntor S. M
Cullom for United Stntes Senntor. Tho
contest camo to an unexpected closo
nbout noon today by the announce
ment that foimer Goternor Tanner
and Cannon, illtt and Piince had
withdrawn fiom the race, leaving Sen
ntor Cullom a walkover.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass ot Seattle," Is mora
often heard than anything else. The
I Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
I In tiotMes.
Civil Engineer F C Prlndlc formerly
on duty at the l. S. Natal Station of
' . , ., . .- nrlvnncr.il tn tho rnnk nf
. ""P I"111, "ns ntivanceil to 1110 ranK 01
E -nlk. .. T. -? k a a.ln aAnnBkA Al .
1 ;' - 'lie x'are, Isl?1 Na
Hospital undetgolng tieatment.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN,LI (
M P. BALDWIN President
I. B. CASME tst Vice-President
WAtt. Al I XANtiER ..-2nd Vice-President
J. P. COOKE Treasure
VV. O. SMITH Secretary and Audltoi
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suf.tr C
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. tt.
W. G. Irwin & 60
Western Sugar Refinery Co., ot Bea
Baldwin LocomoUve Work, Wt
Philadelphia, Penn.. U. S. A.
Newell Universal Milt Co. (NaUomtl
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fer
tilizers tor Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
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Parafllnc Paint Co.'s P. & O. PalaU
and Papers; Lucol and LlntM
Oils, raw and boiled.
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white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, LlMI
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Sucar Co . Haltaliala Rancb Co., MoTokal Raaiit-
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k Co.'a Llna ot Boatvn Packata .
LIST OF OFFICERS
C. M. Coo Wo, President) George
Robertson, Manager; E. F. lilahoy
Treasurer acl Secretary j Ool. W. J
Allon, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. Wal"
house. Geo. R. Carter. Director.
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