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VOL. XXX., NO.
5297
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SAUKI A Y. JULY 1S95?. TWKLVK PAGES.
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
3. CL'WOQD,
ATTORNEY AT LAW. HONOLULU
Address: Care of F. . D. Greany.
Boston address: Rooms CS and GO
Smith building, Xo. 15 Court
Square.
A. L C. ATKINSON,
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW. OFFICE: COR-
aer King and Bethel Streets, (up-
eta.lr&).
DR. C. B. HIGH.
DENTIST. PHILADELPHIA DENT-
i 'College 1892. Masonic Temple.
Telephone 318.
OR. A. GORDON HODGINS.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 548 FORT
Street, Office Hours: 9 to 11; 2
to 4, 7 to 8. Telephone 953.
DR. A. C. WALL. DR. 0. E. WALL.
OENTTST OFFICE HOURS: 8 A.M.
to 4 p. m. Love Building, Fort
Street.
M. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S.
-XXENTIST 98 HOTEL STREET, HO
nolalu. Office Hours: 9 a. m. to
4 p. m,
GEO. H. HUPDY, D.D.S.
rDENTIST FORT STREET, OPPO-
etto Catholic- Mission. Hours:
From 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
OR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERBTANIA STREET, OPPOSITE
tia-Trauan Hotel. Oflice Hours: 8
Co 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.; 7 to 8 p.
tn. Sundays: 8 to 10 a. m. Tele-
phone 510. P. O. Box 501.
DR. I. MORI.
QERETANIA ST., BETWEEN
Emma and Fort. Telephone 277;
P. O. Box 843. Office hours; 9 to
12 a. m. and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays,
0 to 12 a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR-
13 KING ST., NEXT TO THE OPERA
Hous. Office hours: 0 to 10 a. m.;
1 to S p. rn.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays:
12 m. to 2 p. m. Telephone 741.
C. L. GARVIN, M. D.
OPFICBNo. 537 KING STREET,
near Punchbowl. Hours: 9:00 to
13:00 a. m., 7:00 to 8:00 p. m.
Telephone No. 448.
T. B. CLAPHAM.
"VETERINARY SURGEON AND DEN
tlat. Office: Hotel Stables. Calls,
day gt night, promptly answered.
Specialties: Obstetrics and Lame-
OATH CART & PARKE.
$TTORNETS AT LAW. HAVE
ssssyr&t tfoelr law offices to the Judd
tiocSL. Rooms 308-309.
F. M. BROOKS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, (FORT AND
Hotel Streets). Over Falrchid's
Shoe Store, Honolulu, H. I.
LORRIN ANDREWS.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE
with Thurston & Carter, Merchant
street, next to postoffice.
FRANCIS J. BERRY.
T"T-S.-"nT- AXTT rOTTMC317T.TiT ATh:., pi : j tt
Law. Will practice in the u. s.
Federal and btate courts. .Fro-
rress Block, corner lieretania ana
FVwt Streets, rooms 5 and 6.
ACHI & JOHNSON.
-TTCRNBYS AND COUNSELLORS
vw-w I
tX Isc-iT. Office No. 10 west King
treet. Telephone 884.
CHAS. F. PETERSON.
-VTTOI-NEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Pctli c. 15 Kaahumanu Street.
LYLE A. DICKEY.
-TTORNBY AT LAW AND NOTARY
Public, King and Bethel Streets.
Telepncne 806. P. O. Box 786.
M tfA MPAKilA
in.
;ATTOTw"NEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
iJtw. Office: In thf Occidental
Hot!, comer of King anc a-anea
Streets, Honolulu.
P. SILVA.
iGS:T TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDG-nie-its
to Instniments, District of
. FCoca. Oaiu. At W. C. Achi's of
fice. Kins Street, near Nuuanu.
T. McCANTS STEWART.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Law, Progress Block, opposite
Catholic Church, Fort street, Ho
nolulu, II. I. Telephone 1122.
T. D. BEASLEY.
DRAUGHTSMAN. PLANTATION
and Topographical Maps a Special
ty. Room 20C, Judd Building, Tel
ephone C
DR. TOMIZO KATSUNUMA.
VETERINARY SURGEON. SKIN
Disease of all kinds a specialty.
Office: Room 11, Spreckels Build
ing. Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone
474. Residence Telephone 1093.
DR. A. C. POSEY.
SPECIALIST FOR EYE, EAR.
THROAT AND NOSE DISEASES
AND CATARRH. Masonic Temple.
Hours: 8 to 12 a. m; 1 to 4 and 7
to 8 p. m.
DR. T. MITAMURA.
CONSULTING ROOMS, 427 NUUANU
Street; P. O. Box S42; telephone
132; residence, 524 Nuuanu street.
Cottage Hospital. 530 Nuuanu
street. Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. and
to 9 p. m.'; Sundays, 2 to C p. ni.
MISS F. WASHBURN.
PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER AND
Typewriter. Office: Room 202, Judd
Building. Telephone 1086.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE.
STOCK AND BOND
BROKER.
Mclnernv Block.
Fort Street.
C. J. FALK.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. MEM-
ber Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301 Judd Building.
A. J. CAMPBELL.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER. OF-
fice Queen street, opposite Union
Feed Co.
WM. T. PATY.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. GOOD
work. Reasonable Prices. Res
idence 720 Fort Street.
0. G. TRAPHAGEN.
ARCHITECT 223 MERCHANT ST..
Between Fort and Alakea. Tele
phone 734. Honolulu, H
JAMES T. TAYLOR, H. Am. SOC. C. E.
CONSULTING HYDRAULIC ENGI-
neer. 306 Judd Block, Honolulu,
H. I.
BURHETTE & GO.
STOCK AND CUSTOM HOUSE BROK-
ers. Real Estate and General
Agents. Office 639 King street,
near Alakea, P. O. Box 262. Tele
phone 641.
AHHIS MONTAGUE TURNER.
Remaining in Honolulu for a few
months will take a limited number of
pupils for
VOCAL INSTRUCTION.
Terms by the lesson or month. Com
mencing on and after the 10th of July.
"MIGNON,"
720 Beretania Street, Honolulu.
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL.
Love's Ruildincr: Fort St.
PIANO, ORGAN. VOICE PRODUC-
Especial attention paid to muscular
controi, touch and musical analysis.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
215 Merchant St.
PER "MORNING STAR." FROM
-Micronesia, nioiscus anu uanana Ai -
l
. 1CKS s sPars; .ar ciuds. sneus
i ,-nr f mire onl t ryt Aicn enftllc o c? -rkl 1
as the best assortment of Hawaiian
curios in town. Tel. 659
HONOLULU SANITARIUM.
10S2 KING STREET.
Telephone 639.
Dr. Luella S. Cleveland, medical sup
erintendent. Hours: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Methods of Battle Creek, Michigan,
Sanitarium. Baths of every descrlp-
tion. Trained nurses in bath rooms as
weu as in sick room. Massage and
manual movements. Electricity In
every form. Classified dietary, etc.
Ample facilities for thorough examin-
ation. Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting
physician and surgeon.
n v T.TTP. A Q Parisian Ontir.an.
U. j jjl' ... . r
LOVE BUILDING, FORT STREET;
Upstairs; P. O. Box 351. I carry
a full line of ALL KINDS OF
GLASSES from the CHEAPEST
to the BEST. Free Examination
of the Eyes.
OFF TO MOLOKA!
Dspartnre of lie Board of Health
and Gnosis.
THE W. G. HALL CROWDED
Minister Cooper's Views on Allow
ing Relatives to Visit Inmates
of the Settlement.
The stcamor W. G. Hall Ml last
night at 9 o'clock for Molokui. On
board of her were representatives of
the Board of Health and about leo
guests bound for the leper settlement.
Never before in recent years has
such a large number been allowed to
visit the Settlement at any one time
Generally one of the smaller inter-
island steamers have been brought in
to requisition for the semi-annual vis
its of the Health Board, but this time
the Hall, one of the largest and best
of the island boats, is doing duty. This
trip was to have been made in April,
the regular time for the first visit of
the year. But it was impossible to
obtain a steamer at that time, so the
journey was postponed until
accom-;
modations could be obtained.
The list of applications has by far
exceeded that of any former time. They
have come from rU classes ami con
ditions. Among them were some from
many old Kamaainas, the local doctors
anu visiting memoers oi me iraterniiy .
. . , . i
tourists, seekers of the curious, and
aged natives. Attorney General Okp
er freely exercised his blue pencil.
Those who had
no business or were
going out or Idle curiosity were dts-
approved. All others, as near as pos
sible. i e granted.
.ima-a .tic-., ""
Inter-Island wharf just previous to
starting. Everybody who had not yet
received the nermit was clamnrinir for
i rr-i . I
w. ' "l .....v.
oommodations are taxed to the limit,
There were 102 passengers altogether,
of whom thirty-six were deck. The
cabin passengers are as follows:
W. D. Baldwin, Alexander Atherton.
Dr. W. Hoffman, Prof. Sedgwick, Rev.
Father Mathias, Bro. Severanus. Ma
jor M. W. Wood. W. O. Smith, Judge
W. L. Wilcox, Charles .Notley, John
M. Kea, Sister Benedectine. Walter
Thurtell. Dr. Holland, Rev. Mr. Tubb.
Mr. Davej', Sister Bonaventura, Sister
Antonio, Sister Flaviana, Marshal A.
M. Brown, Charles Wilcox. Attorney
General Cooper. Miss Savoy. Catherine
E. Martin. H. 1 Webber. Mr. Slater.
E. Lewis. Lewis Gear. L. I). Timmons.
Henry Waterhouse. Captain Berger.
Prof. Bickmore, Rev. Morehouse. C. C.
Langill, Dr. Howard.
The party will land early this morn
ing. After spending the day in view
ing everything connected with the Set
tlement, a start will be made for Ho
nolulu at about 1 o'clock in the after
noon. Seen a short time before the depart
ure of the steamer. Attorney General
LlK,Hr saia:
"My views have changed a good
deal of late in the matter of the pro
priety of allowing relatives and
friends to visit the unfortunates at the
leper settlement. The opinion of phy-
sicians has had murh tr do with ih
i - - " '
as those whom I have consulted say
there is very little danger in allowing
it. Of course, I do not mean to infer
that indiscriminate visiting will be
permitted, but only that on the semi
annual visits of the Board there will
be more latitude in granting permits
than heretofore. Those who will be
given the preference will first be aged
parents who have children at the Set
tlement, next those who have broth-
ers anu sisters, men tnose wno nave
nephews ana nieces, and so on. Kjiiou last night thnt President Dole
there is room for more, those who WoT,i not ro:urn from Kauai for s-v-have
business matters to settle might eral days, as Mrs. Dole had ! n s :f
be permitted to go along. Of course, faring from a slish: Illness,
the visiting will only be allowed at !
the times when otlbial visits of th"
Board ore made. The lives of these
poor creatures are hard enough at
best, and as long as the physicians f
the Board are satisfied that it can be
done without endangering the spre.nl
:" ;:. ;...
ir.g !:.-:: all ;
:m :i w hi!- at
i .fi in far
of
Mm. main. i Church.
r.i!). r of the t
Mi.v-::: is busily eugao-d wi:!i :h
;!aii f.r the nlart-m tit of !
ili'iri li ..t .Miur.-.Iu.i. ll i quite :u
!';: in th draught. -man's art. a- U
sl:ou;; i.y ?.fral ft!ir tniililinu- th
l!ais f whirli he lias drawn. Th
prf-i'nt t'hurt-U at Moaualua i t!ii-
ty 'V sixteen f'et. b-n the enlari;-
lllt'lll t Cftmpb'tt-il it will be j:!-t alnitlt
::)u:it tn stze. inakiUi: It nut a lart-
ln i !! i xi -r. Tht
work
tn it will ! b-
;:u:i in a lew tiays
Artillery (llianuc.
The Artillery batteries art haxins a
"hiH,..novini:." Battery I. which ha
b'cn stationed in the old stone""" Kir
racks on Hotel street eer since their
arrival, is moving out to Waikiki.
Battery A will come to town to occupy
the barracks. It Is intended that all
the batteries shall spend an equal
length of time in the stone barracks.
tiii: m:v tki-:.tu:s.
Ilav
Already Cone Into Infect in
Japan
Tin n-w international treaties altottt
which o much has been said and
written in the last two years, went In
to effect In Japan on Monday. July
17th. Writing of the eent. the Japan
Daily Herald savs:
I Hmay is tiie May we have all l-en
loiikinc forward to since treat v revi
sion became an accomplished fact, for
today the new treaties com into oper
ation. However, as far as Consular
jurisdiction is coiuTncd the Germans.
French and Austrians will letain their
own till Augtist Itli. lp till now only
the American Minister. Colonel Buck
i li i Infiirtnoil faIIiw.r! I tsitiu r-.w ! .
......... . . ..... ...... .. . .
tWut hl Ja a of ths ,miMirlanl
, hange. while persons of other nation
ality seem to be still in the dark as to
whether they are now under contio
tf t .? i ntvii -l ii 1 1 w ii-! 1 1 .t nr u lut)ur
, nmon;i, sob lv to Japanosn
authorities and laws. Rather a curio:
state of affairs.
un August Uli. when all the m w
I inil tnc iitiiit Itiffii i iitirit Inti fr-ifii
.l.annuet will be held at the Recreation
ground. Yokohama, attended by ;
number of both foreigners and Japan
,,s,-
"Another banquet will be held
at
,,!. llMrial Hotel on the folltiwine
j ,iav. for which some :.ou invitations
i have been already distributed among
' .Japanese and foreigners."
At the Orpliciiui
The feature of last night's .rforin
ance at the Orpheum was the first ap
pearance of Ethel Dixon, the contralto
vocalist. Her success was instanta
neous. She will appear again tonight
in ballad and catchy songs. Another
feature of this evening's chance of
program will be "Senator McFce." in
which jealousy is explained by Post
and Marlon. The two Salvlnls. In con
junction with the Hart well Sisters, will
be seen in a new act. "Fun In a Chi
nese Washhousc. Itoccs ami Miss
Haewood will repeat, by hpeeial re
quest, their pathetic keti h. "Drifts!
Apart." The Hartwell Sisters hae
some new sonss ami dances, and Troi
bert. the Great, has some now tricks.
Special matinee this afternoon.
Money Appropriated.
The trustees of OallU College l.aVe
appropriated the funds necessary for
:h construction of a building and
stone pier on which tho seismograph,
recently described In these colums. Is
to b. set up. The Survey D'partmn:
will furnish a man to look after it.
Kamco DropprJ Head.
Kameo. a native number of the Mi-
kahala's crew, dropped d'-ad on Kauai
yesterday just prior to that steamer's
departure for Niihau. lb-art failure
was the cause of death.
lion. Itartlctl Tripp.
Jude Tripp was entertaiueil at
lunch on Thursday ! Special AS'-nt
Sewall. Iist evening a small dinner
party was arranged in his hr.'r by
S. M. Hallou.
President Hole.
News was received by the K Au
GOING AWAY.
L. P.. Kerr, the .w:i-tr : t:i r
chint. will go away ?m Au-:-: iMh
nnd from r.e.v until that d. te an
nrainces a departure sale ; hU big Irv
goods store, at prices that will make
competition is.possible.
FOUR DAYS LATER
MsrestiDE Telegrams Froa llis
ODlsiie World.
PRINCE HENRY REACHES KOBE
doers Cas'.lntc Dynamlto Guns at
JohannoburK-Of f Iclal Account
of tho Carovltch's Death
By l!te arrival of the inckotic Ma
rt! last evening the AilverllMT I ll'
aided to gie it. readers four d.is
later new of the oUtid ird. Tie
primipal happenings IU U found
low under appropriate headings:
NEW TRANSVAAL PROPOSAI.S.
YOKOHAMA. July 13. The new pro
Psals offerel by the Transvaal
mot n)niiu'X. nression
hedged round with r
la!H,r.te limit..-
lions.
The Times dot riln-s the r.ew pro
tos.ils as a mockery, the Dally Tele
graph as rigmarole anil IncotudMcn
rlcs. and the Dally Chronk as curi
ously oinpli ale.
tiii tiuvcvi t iiitiiiV
SHANGHAI. July II. The
raad. in debating iion the new fran - l
rhie law. p;!--ie. the preamble Jhere-
to.
I lie aie lowu urancn oi me .iri-
eander Bond ha.H approved tho new
a. m. Mi I
propoais ami aiso mo scuem lor
bltraiioii by Judicial experts of differ-1
ence aUmt the cm vent Ion.
CANADA AND SOI TII AFRICA.
SHANGHAI. July 17.The question
as to offering Canadian tnwiis to
South Afriea wa rai.ed in the Domin
ion Hiue of Common-. Sir Wilfrid
i;iuri r. .Tenner. sie.iKin2 on mis
-
subject, hotted that the Transvaal
would submit without tesortiug to hs-
tilltkr.
i:Nc.iNi:i:us ioit tiii: capi:.
SHANGHAI. July 17.--Fifteen !Ti
cers ami 213 engineers nf th Army
Service Corp sailed ffir th Cape nu
Saturday.
DOERS PREPARING FOR WAR.
YOKOHAMA, July 17. A local foua
dry at Johannesburg Is easting dyna
mite mortars.
SIR A. MILNER'S SPEECH.
YOKOHAMA. July 17. Sir AlfrM
Mllner. hi a speech ienlng the fa-
Parliament, merely said that relations
with the different states and colon
were friendly.
RFSHirCG A imiTISI! CAMP.
SIMLA. July. 10. The following halhi wife .,f.. Pro. -4,r llward Diver,
reached here by letter under dale if!w'v, b.M.,. iz . une. : rt--ived
May L'Oth:
. iku t: ntn- to the nunii. r of
at V . a . I
a'.jont i'h a!;4 m , t,( rijj, ilt. :rit.
ish camp at Hattier. In Burma, on the
m.rnlngof tb"-.dof May. IMi.g di-
, t
co.rrrd by a sentry, they find a
sho:. but. on having a o.bv fir-l at
them. they retlretl. having o:u !ad.
"They imxt attacked
settlement. ai;l killed
the c;.K.rkha
three 5r.-on.
m
aptain Sillery. commandant of the
Chln hills. ptirti-.I the UnI from Fa-
lam and ow r Uk them, killing sdx
and
1 raotiirinir three ih rnl,
, , , ... . .
bo.tlng wltli the wounded. The Chins,
being surprised, made no res's tar.ee.
Rumklao and the .nlying Klang-klang
villager were the offenders. Th -r.;
.
were no c-a, ualtie ,:, th. Ilritii
side
VOLCANIt: KIIFITION.
YOKOHAMA. July 12. The ohanoin r.sation.
Absolutely
nlCSthe foml w. r
v
! :rM
the
loth
tr..
UKiTisii rurisKit Asnoiti:.
YOKOHAMA, Jnly li - n..m a prl-
a: :::.
Itrl: tmir vn.trntum
ko:i on t!.e t.kV In the !rinlty
of KurniStifT !ay. The mtlxe jidrtm
bad l-n trI:iC fr tJ.re .lit i Ret
r trr. ! ut fttiAiV.z .ill fbrt ucvue-
ef:jl. t!.. AdnJrul .llfj.hnl Ibr
niiH-r Ipl.JN nU i YJ.i !i.jck for
aitai.e. T!.e utnt:i-r ctuSe f tb
iiu.itriti :t !? re-:.t !--n
aba td ::!.
tin: rm:.vn national rirrii
!t;ON. Jti!y 1... The at
lncrh.iaiji. ii. lt annu.l trew
held on the d.iy cf tb national trtn
In the prenoi' of th Treidrnt f lh
Republic! af rry brilliant. I'rcl-
dtl !u!t at Warmly ch-rl and
tl.e crowd .Kordd an ovation lt Ih
niiKitin of Major Man hand and Ms t!c-
t.irhUK-ut if SudaneM trtHip.
The 1 r-nrli Nation.il Ir1e a rr-
1-Ibr.ite.! . . r here Jth nlliUftSam.
pmNci: iii:nrv.
KOlli:. July K..The German mar-
A, i V. : i
jM.n,;lh.ima with Prince !lnr ,,n liard.
! lh of lhS. Trrvlch.
the various fetUitle mhlrh -ere b-
Ing arranceil in hU honor. An rxce p
tlon Is made In the rafe of the dinner
at tho Herman Club, but this will not
b? tif an iVi il hararter. and tbero
will lr no mtihie and no fprhen. Tim
Venetian Night." a well a the pic
nic at jMima. hae lecn nliandonel. and
lunnihii me i on mii nje iTince naa cx-
t- . .i ... .
lprcMd dern riegTX't to the German
Volks-Ironimunity at not ling able to attend
- my festivities.
Tin: cz.ui:vitch.
SHANGHAI, July 17. The uHicUl
account Mate that the late Crarevitrh
ar-i.iid from hemorrhage of ih lungji.
while n a Military tide tin a motor-
ercle. Oi.ly a 1-iN.n.t woman aitend-
! his lat moments.
I'KANCHISi: PRfHllSAI.S.
YOKOHAMA, July IT. The Afrikan
der iSond. holding Tneelings at the
C.ile. are approving the franchise pn-
lo!als.
m ssiAN ii:maniis.
PKKINt;. July 10. The TMingll Ya-
tueu j-ems t InclineI t permit the
Ituxjdan ilemand fir extending a rail
way to Peking.
CONDENSED ITEMS.
An outbreak of cholera Is rejiortM
from Kanagawa. MJyarakl and other
places.
SAGA. July K. A raw of cholera.
occurred here today. .
Tho Kokumin mvk the Kufco-ChI-nes
tiank will .hortljr c-stablish an
agency at MoJL
rrtim the, U-cinnlng of th year up
to Jill l!!th CI nf i.n(r
Iwcre reiKirie.1 in Kanacawa prefecture-
w ll nave died. ICS rectnered
,nu r Tt'ar
ln ,1Jfr,.rf.nl .vm ff the cwiaiA- t.mri.
b-nUSonal quarantine titSonn hate lern
I established In Tkyo. Kanarama. Na
gasaki nnl tuefjiy other preferlurr.
On W-ln-..!iy morr.ing Mr. Ilevcr
blce r.f tb- rnite.j State S nate and
jit; au'l.erg.. i,y u... IZxnjr..- and Km
The ii.iiui, vtivi rr--?. , -r.r.tr.,-
- - - - - ------ w - m)
the hij.ingb.l M rnry. demand the
?!! ne! b-srad.:jn of th. gov-
"L4 '5.' lC,".,!1,4",T f"r hlJf Ux" t ln
M s ,rd to the I Jeming murder enuulry.
t p . pt. ux lf ,h n,,,,.
t. !i.n- U n ;mihhd whi! It i com-
r,,,n l.riowle,:-.. that they ar living
;:-III tiu" l of tho raar-
-r.
..r.!inr t t:i.:. .-.-f r.
- - ------ " m
p.-hawur. a G r.Tal name! Alul Ha-
Khan, and two or thr- e!rka of
be army iay de;.artm nl offlai Ci-
. ."V "V4"' '""."' " n
-- ltl41U( tuna. KR
at Cabul. In the prejurnf of a lar:?
conrfurse of army offleern ar.d ddlT.
The charge arainrt the executel men
TJnHTl l"rfVf "V
bc-en In the habit of cheating l-:h ofTl-
t,.rM ar.d men ,.f rn.r,. rf tv,.
nrle.. ThU particular form of punUh-
ment ha very rarely Wn n-wortl to
I of laf v-ars at Cahul. and the eem-
jtion of th M men created Mjs.eh!ng of
ure
f.p!Iciot:; ondv.:;:
mo
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