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THE
PACIFIC
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 3,
LS95.
POISONED FISH KILLED THEM,
Three Japanese Meet Death In
Rather Suspicions Manner.
ON K OW THE MEJf KIRIEI) A LIVE.
Did Not Know How to Prepare the
Flab Dead Men Present a Ghastly
Appearance Bodies Spotted Cnrl
ons Way to Bring Back lATe. Etc.
It has long been the general be
lief, especially among the nativee,
that certain species of fish inhabit-
log Hawaiian waters contained
DoiBonous matter. The truth of the
SB
question received verification by
the incident embodied below.
Yesterday morning three Japan
ese fishermen named Nishimura,
Tamagawa and Hashimoto, caught
near Moanalua a number of the
native oopu hui in their nets and
partook heartily of the fish, in
company with the wife of Hashi
moto. Shortly afterwards the men
began to experience violent pains
followed by a feeling of numbness
of the body. Becoming frightened,
the two weaker ones clrove into
town in a cart, while the stronger
walked, for the purpose of securing
medical advice concerning their
condition.
Nishimura, the one who walked
to town, went to the house of friends
on Beretania street, nearly opposite
Kaumakapili church and called Dr.
Kojima. The other two went to Dr.
W. Kobayashi's office on Bere
tania street, near Nuuanu street.
It was soon found that no relief
could be given the afflicted men.
All three were in the throes of
death when the physicians exam
ined them. Hashimoto was sent
back to his wife in Moanalua, where
he soon after expired. Yamagawa
died at his wife's home in a small
alley leading from Fort street, near
Kukui, and Mishimura succumbed
in a house near the Kamakapili
church.
The woman who, in company
with the .three men, partook of the
dangerous fish, developed no symp
toms of poisoning.
The Japanese believe that by
planting the bodies of their dead in
the ground and allowing their
heads to extend above they can, in
some cases, renew life. This
method was carried out in the case
of Tamagawa. He was buried near
the fence forming one boundary of
the lane near Fort street, yesterday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. His head
was allowed to extend above
ground, and a box was placed over
it to keep out the damp air. The
dead man's head, thickly matted
with hair, and pale face presented
a ghastly appearance. Hs nose
wa3 almost snow white, the other
parts of the face being spotted
brown and white. The ears were
drawn and pinched. The head
was tilted forward, so that the chin
almost touched the loose ground
in which the dead man
was buiied. Japanese were
standing in groups around a
smouldering nre tailing in very
subdued tones, glancing every now
and then in the direction of the
temporary resting-place of their
deceased countryman. A flicker
ing lamp cast just enough light on
the scene to render every object
uncertain and uncanny. This afc
ernoon at 4 o'clock the body will
be removed, in case life does not
return by that time.
Nishimura was laid out on a bed
in the house near Kaumakapili
church. His forehead was cov
ered with thick perspiration, and
froth like that which comes from
the mouth of a mad dog oozed
from his nostrils at intervals. The
face was ghastly white, but the
body up to the neck was the color
of burnt skin. The upper bound
ary of this red color was jagged
and extended around the neck.
The fish eaten by the Japanese
is said to be healthy food when
properly prepared. The natives of
the islands frequently eat them
without experiencing any ill effects.
The troublesome part of the fiah is
said to be the gall, which must
always be carefully removed before
preparation. The Japanese did
not do this and the result was
fatal.
In appearance the fish is said to
resemble the porcupine species.
It has the power of dilation by
means of air sacks, and is covered
who snarp
T t . .
quills Said to be of a I
piriouuuuB nature, am japao tn-y
are very common. They arH found
only m certain locations on the
iBiands, such as Moanalua.
r l 1 - r . . . . a. .
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of all
descriptions.
THURSTON IS COMING.
It Is About All That Is Known of
the Affair on This End.
The reports of Minister Thurs
ton's probable recall, published in
another column, very naturally
caused quite a sensation when the
news became known about town
yesterday.
In Government circles the whole
thine was at first pronounced a
fake, until the Foreign Office mail
brought a telegram from Mr.
Thurston, stating he was on his
way to Honolulu. This is the only
information in the hands of the
Government, Mr. Thurston's pre
vious letters containing no intima
tion it sucn were nis in
. m m a
tentions. Minister Willis was
seen and stated that he
knew absolutely nothing of the
affair, except as brought to him by
newspaper reports. Nothing offi-
cial has been brought to his notice.
Mr. Willis expressed his regret at
the possibility of strained relations
existing between this country and
the United States, and hoped the
story might prove without founda
tion. Mr. Thurston's mother received a
letter from him, dated March 20th,
telling her not to be disturbed by
reports in the papers, and that Mr.
and Mrs. Thurston expected to stay
in Wabhington for the present.
In a letter to Chief Justice Judd
from Admiral Walker, dated March
19th, no reference whatever is
made to the reports. A letter from
San Francisco to the Advertiser
says, kI learn that Thurston has
not received any word from the
State Department regarding the
alleged recall. He leaves for Hono
lulu on April 4th by the Arawa, to
confer with the Government. He
is expected here daily."
In Favor of a Cable.
Wellington, New Zealand, March
22 The Government of New Zea
land has agreed to be represented at
the suggested international monet
arv conference, and has decided to
accept the proposal to send delegates
to the commission to consider plans
for laving a cable across the Pacific
ocean.
Mrs. Judge Peck
Dyspepsia
Mrs. Judge Peck Tells How
She Was Cured
Sufferers from Dyspepsia should read the fol
lowing letter from Mrs. H. M. Peck, wife of
Judge Peck, a justice at Tracy. Cal., and a writer
connected with the Associated Press:
"By a deep sense of gratitude for the great
benefit I have received from the use of Hood's
Sarsaparilla. I have been led to write tlie follow
ing statement for the--benefit of sufferers who
m;iy be similarly afflicted. For l.r years I have
been a great sufferer from dyspepsia aad
Heart Trouble.
Almost everything- I ate would distress me.' I
tried different treatments and medicines, but
failed to realize relief. Two years ago n friend
te S . - w it.. - : II..
Tim first bottle I noticed helped me. so I con- 4
tinued taking it. It did me so much uood that
my friends spoke of the improvement. I have
received such great benefit from it that
Cladly Recommend It.
I now have an excellent appetite and nothing I
eat ever distresses me. It also keeps up my
Hood'sCures
flesh and strength. I cannot praise Hood's
Sarsaparilla too much." Mus. II. M. I'kck,
Tracy. California. Get HOOD'S.
Hood'8 Pills are band made, and perfect
la proportion and appearance. 26c. a box.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
.-66
Wholesale Ageints.
HAVANA CIGARs !
Jut Received
arefuliy selected assortment
GENUINE CHOICE
A
of
Havana Cigars !
F. A.
Schaefer
3953 5t 1641-6t
& Co.
FOR SALE!
THE AHUPUAA OF ICLUAAHA
ON THi5 ISTjASP OF MOLOKAI.
Said land contains an acreage of about
land, and the balance is grazing and
kalo land.
A good House and a tine well of sweet
water included in the above.
Enquire of
. G HITCHCOCK.
At Marshal's Office, Honolulu
1634-3m
The Daily Advertiser 75 cents a
month.
T. A. SIMPsOX
JONES & SIMPSON,
Accountants and Ccmimssbn Agents
Housb, Land and General Business
Agency.
Conveyances and Legal Documents
drawn up.
Drvwinqs and tracings made.
Transactions in French, German,
Spanish, Portusuese, Ducb, Italian
and Hawaiian.
Bills collected and accounts adjusted.
OFFICE: 308 Merchant St.
3"59 3 m
Pacific Carriage Company,
STASD-Comer vuuanu
and Hotel
Street-.
FIRST-CLASS -:-
RIGS
WITH
COMPETENT DRIVERS
Can be had at all hours of the day or
night.
Pices to suit the limes.
Telephone 442.
3959 3 m
Butter,
Butter,
Butter,
Very choice Table butter from Puu O
Malei Dairy.
GOOD TABLE BUTTER FROM KONA.
GOOD COOKING BUTTER FROM
KONA
Received every week.
FRESH BLOCK BIT ITER FOR
TABLE
GOOD BLOCK BUTTER FOR COOK
ING
Received every steamer.
For sale at low rates by
H. May & Co.
3956-1 m
Economy Is a Mine of Wealth
Have your Watch repaired by Stoddart
on Fort street, two dojra above Hotet St.
Watches cleaned 75
Mainsprings ... 7ft
Balar co r-taflN 1.26
Jew Is and Pivots 50
Clocks cleaned 50
JkW Guarantied for one year. No
second charge.
W. J. STODDART.
39 J3 y
ATTENTION !
I
WOULD REPFCTKUr-LY IN
form mv friends and the public that
I am stiil in the Tinsmith aid Plumbiny
business That 1 am now ofterinn fo
cash regular size 2x6 feec, Zi c Lined
batn lube, with Pliitf, Chain -and small
piece ot pipe re any lor connt-ction fu
only $10 each. jIso Stone Pipe at bed
rock prices: 6 in.. 45c. a length ; b4 in.
40.; a length : 5 in., 35c a length.
rAli kinds of Jobbing promptly
atenb-d to.
Ring up Telephone 844 fnd vonr
orders will receive prompt attention at
lowest prices. J AS MVTT, Jr.
J. T. Lund,
l1? Bethel street, PRACTICAL GUN and
LOCKSMITH ; Repairing of all des-
"ription, Electric Corngate and Ar-
cnttectura iron vvors; i namnrai iron
Gates and Fences; rowninir, Blueing: and
Restocking Guns and Bicycle Repairing
a specialty. 39 9- v
Nsstte's Milk Food for infants has, during 25
years, grown in favor with both doctors and
mothers throughout the world, and is now un
questionably not only the best substitute for
mothers' milk, but the focd which agrees with
the largest percentage of infants. It gives
strength and stamina to resist the weakening
effects of hot weather, and has saved the lives of
thousands of infants. To any mother sending
her address, and mentioning this paper, we will
send samples and description of Pestle's Food.
Thoa. Leeming & Co., Sole Ag'ts, 29 Murray St., N. Y.
PiEEKB JOSES
Xixe Agency lor
NESTLE'S MILK FOOD
IS WITIC THE
Hollister Drag Company, Limited
52? Fort Street. Honolulu, H. 1.
CHALK TALK !
Chalk marks properly made on cJib
to conform with your figure, are sure to
give you a fit.
I guarantee io fit von in pants cr suits
or we don't wans your trade.
Give me a trial and you will come
again. C A KIM A,
3955-y 46 Nuuanu street.
BEAR This in Mind.
Even in the wiids of the forest you'll find
McINERNY'S SHOES,
Fort Street, .... Honolulu.
The Mutual Life
OF JSTEW YOHK,
RICHARD A. McUDRDY,
Company's Statement for the
ASSETS
Income.
Received for Fremiums
Received from all other Sources
D isbursement? .
ToPolicy-h'ders for Claims bvdeatb... $11,
" for End'm'ts DividMs,etc 9
For all other Accounts
Assets
United States Bond and other Securities
First lien Loan s on Bjnds and Mortgage
L ans on Stocks and Bonds
Real E-tate-
Cash in Banks and Trust Companies
Accrued Interest, Deferred Premiums, etc
Reserve for Policies and other L'b'htieSjCo.'s Standard, Am. 4 per cent. 18'' 109,4C6 14
Surplus
Insurance aud Annuities assumed and renewed $750,290 677 97
Insurance and Annuities in force December 31, 1&94 855,207,778 42
I have carefully examined the foregoing Statement and find the same to bo
correct.
From the Surplus a dividend
.Report of the
Examiriing
Office of Tue Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. Feb. 7, 1895.
At a nvetirg of the Hoard of Trustees of this Company, held on the 20th dy of
Decemb r las , the undesigned were ppoint d a C uimitte' to examine the annual
stuteni. nt for th ye ir ending December 31, 1894, and to ver fy the same by comparison
with the assets of the Company.
The Committee have carefully performed the duty assigned to thpm, and heeby
cert fy that the statement is in all particulars correct, "and that the assets specified
therein are in po-session of ihe Com puny.
I i making this certificate ihe Committee bear testimony to the high character of
the investments of t he Company and exp ess their approval of" the system, order, and
accuracy with hich the accouuts and vouchers have been kept, and the business in
general transacted ciiue ,
H. U. Von Post, J Hobart Herrick, Charles R. Henderson.
Tiieo. A. Havemeyer, Charles E. Miller, Robert Kewell.
Board of
Samuel D.Babcock,
Charl s E Miller,
Henry H Rogers,
Charles R Henderson,
George F Ba1 er.
He mann C Von Post,
Oliver Harriman,
George 8 Coe,
Walter R. Gillette,
J no. W Auehincloss,
George Bliss,
Dudlry Olcott,
Alex. H Ricp,
Adrian Itelin, Jr.,
Stuyvesant Fish.
George S. Bowdoio,
Wni. P. Uixon, Augustus D
ROBERT A. GRANNISS, Vico-President.
WALTER E. GILLETTE, General Mannjrer.
18 A AC F. LLOYD. 2d Vice-Preideut. HENRY E. DUNCAN, Jr., Cor. Sec.
WILLIAM J. EAfcJTON, Seortarv. LBERT KLAMROTH, Asst. Kec.
FREDERIC CROMWELL Treasurer.
JOHN A. FONDA, Assistant Treasurer. J M Ed TI M PriON, 2d Assistant Treasurer.
WILLIAM P. SAND', Cashier EDWiKD P. HOLDKN, Assistant Cashier.
EMORY McCLINTOCK, LL D., K.I. A , Actuary.
JOHN TATLOCK, Jr., esistant Actuary. WM. W . RICH A RDS, Comptroller
CHARLEo A. PRELLER. Audi or. H S. BROWN, Asst. Comptroller
EDWARD LYMAN SHRT, General bolicitor.
MEDICAL DIRECTORS:
GDSTAVUSS. WINSTON, M.D. KLIASJ. MARSH, M.D.
GRANVILLE M. "WHITE, M.D.
For particulars apply to
S. B. ROSE,
General Agent Hawaiian Islands.
FERTILIZERS !
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING COMPANY keeps always and constant!)
on hand all the well known CHEMICAL FERTILIZERS and offers them for sale a
the lowest market rates.
They manufacture complete High Grade Fertilizers to any special formula antf
guarantee the analysis, and all that other firms do.
Planters would do wll to write the undersigned before ordering anywhere eli.
A aoilar saved is a dollar made.
A. TP. COOKE,
Proprietor and Manager Hawaiian Fertilizing fompanv .
Join the Columbia Bicycle Club.
Insurance Company
President.
Year Ending December 31st, 1894
$204,638,783.96
$36,123,1(33 82
n 897.706 12
$43,020,8119 94
929,794 94
159,482 14
$21 089,257 OS
9 789 634 18
$30,878,891 2G
$83 970,f90 67
71.339 415 9
11,36 i 1K) 00
21 691 731 39
9. 65,193 91
6 6 5 6 5 07
$.04 63s 783 6
$24,5z9,3z7 82
CH RLK3 A. PRKLLkR. Auditor.
will be apportioned as usual.
Committee.
.Trustees.
Robert Sewell,
Henry W. Smith,
ich A. VlcCurdy,
H. Walter Webb,
1 he . Morford,
R W. Pecl-ham,
Fr"d Cromwell,
Lewis day,
Robert A. Granniss,
8. V R. rruger,
Robert Olyphant.
James C. Ho den,
tp.. ge t Hven,
William Babcock,
J. Hobart Herrick,
Julien T. D vies,
Jailliard, Theo. A. Havenjever.
YOU MUST
HAVE TO
MAKE GOOD
CROPS.
BYACTJIOIiITY.
Sale of a Strip of Government
Land in the District of
North Kohala, Hawaii.
On TUESDAY, May 7th, 1S9, at 12
o'ekek noon, at the front entrant e of the
Executivo Buildirjg.wiM he sold at Public
Auction, that portion of the o'd Govern
ment Road loading f om Kohala to Wai
mea, and lyinir withing the limita of the
Kohala plantation in the District of North
Kohala. Hawaii, containing an area of
'2 acres, a little more or less
Upset price $100.
J. A. KINO,
Minittter of the Interior.
Interior Office, April 2, 1893.
1643 3959-3t
Sale of Govermurnt Lot on the Afauka
Mtle of Green Street, Aliore the
Ptooe Quarry, Sooth Slope of
Fuurhbow-1 Hill, Honolulu, Oahu.
On THURSDAY, May 2d, 1895, at
12 o'clock noon, at the front entrance
of the Executive Building;, will be
sold at Public Auction a Government
Lot on the maukasideof Green street,
above the Stone Quarry, Houth slope
ofPuucbbowl Hill, Honolulu, Oahu
containing an area of 25,300 square
feet, a little more or les9.
Upset price, $250.00.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, March 29, 1895.
(3956 3t.)
Water Notice.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for irrigation purposes are
from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 to 0
o'clock P.M.
ANDREW BROWN,
Superintendent of Water Works,
I Approved J. A. Kino,
Minister of iho Interior.
Honolulu, March 12, 1895.
8942- tf
Notice.
4 T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Ktockh Iders of the Ka,u'olani
Park Association, held on the 1st day of
Aprd, A. D 189", the following gmle
mtn were elected to terve as othcors for
the eneuir,g year, viz :
President A. R. Cleuhorn
Vice-President Oci Brown
Trea urer W G Ir in
ttecretary W. M. Giffard
Board of Directors :
A. W. Cleghorn, W.M.Giffard,
H. J. JNoite, T. H Douglas,
Oeeil Brown, J. Citmphfll,
E. . Cunha, Allan Ileroert,
W. G. Irwin, T. R. Walker,
C. B. Wilson.
W. M GIFFARD,
Secretary Kapiolani Park Ar- eiauori.
Honol ulu, H. I , April 1, lb95t
3-!59-lw
Partnership Notice.
HENRY H. WTILIAMS AND ED
wnrd A. Williams have tlM day
dissoived the partnership beret. jf ire ex
isiing between them nndr ihe firm
name of I i'-n er rurniture Uorupviy as
well as of Williams Brothers in the Fur
ni'uro anil Undertaking business in Ho
nolulu, in the Inland ot Oahu.
Henry H. Williams ret res from said
firm and business and Edward A. Wil
liams remain in said business, having
farmed a partnership then iu with his
falter, O. r .Williams
The new firm consist of O. E. Wil
liams and K. A. Wi nams, and hence
forth will carry on said furniture and
Undertaki-itf business in said Honolulu,
undr the firm name of C. E. Williams
& fcion.
The new firm will collect all accounts
o Miitr to the old tirm and nav nli liaKill-
- j " " w mmm m
ties thereof.
Dted tf id March 30th. A. D 195.
H H. WILLIAM.
ED. A WH LI MS,
3957-2 w C. E. WILLI A VI.
Assignee's Notice.
THE UNDERSIGNED, THE A8
Hienoe in hank runn v of the pntntA
ofTonuHing gives notice lhat lie has
filfd in the 'ircnit ourt. First (Circuit,
Hawaiian islands, his accounts hh unrh
as.-ii.-nee, and hs a-kt-d for a settlement
of the sau e and a disch tri'e. and tha.t
hearing on the sam bus Veen set for
f riday, April 19, iWft, at lOovjock a.m.
W. M. UAJKP,
Assiifnee of Ihe estate ot Ton ir H ins?1
bank'upt. 39-5-5t
Guardian's Notice.
HAVING THIS DAY BEEN Ap
pointed cruardian of James love. m
spendthrift, notice is hereby given that I
will not be responsible for anv bids con
tracted by him or by any person in his
behalf, unless authorized by me in
writing. (Sijj ) J. AlKKD MA40uN.
Da ed Honolulu. February 14, 1895.
RP20-rl
Assignee's Notice.
THE UNDFRIGNET, THE As
signee in bankruptcy of the Estate
of W H Smith, vivew n t i. e that hf has
tiled in the Circuit Court, Kirst 01 rait.
r-awaiian isia d-, nu accounts us such
Asrinee, an' has asked for a BettU-ment
of the (-arae and a di chire, and that
tiea-int; on the ham as een set for
'IUESDAY, A,,ri 9,195, at 10 o'clock
A M. ALFHE W. CAKTKR.
Assignee of the Estate of W. H Smith,
.Bankrupt. 3947-td

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