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TH WKKKIV HILO TRI8UNK, HH.O, HAWAII, J9RXPAY, MARCH bj, 1904,
v oiigh of
j 011 doing
for It' Look
out, or it
r 11 with
strongth of a powerful . halu.
cures coughs and col Is, evon Lara
coughs and old .colds,
Mrs. A. Whito, of Flt.roy, Victoria,
says: "I had a very hind cough night
' and day. I tried many remedies, but
without relief. I thought my lungs
wero nearly gone. I tli- n tried Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. I bej. in to Improvo
nt once, and only ono u d one-halt bot
tles completely cured in )."
Thero aro many subst tutcs nnd Imi
tations, liowaro of thorn I Ho suro
you got Ayor's Cherry l'ectoral.
Two slzos. Largo and small bottles.
Prur4 kr IV. J. C. ly,r A cT. I .twill. Mlil.UAl.
For Sale by HILO DK JG COMPANY j
The steamers of tins line will ar
rive and leave this port U3 here-,
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Ifeb. 26
Sierra March 9
Alameda March 18
Sonoma Marcli 30
Alameda April 8
Ventura April 20
Alameda April 29
Sierra May 11
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda March 2
Sonoma March 8
Alameda 1 March 23
Ventura . March 29
Alameda April 13
Sierra ' April 19
Alameda Mny 4
Sonoma May 10
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers, the ngentsnre prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an steamship line to nil European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin fc Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props
Shove, Cut fiair ana Shampoo
at Lct-Civc Kates.
Ve also take particular pajiis with Chil
Union Building, y
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Cupt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warlnnd
Hark Mnrlliii Davis, Capt. McAllraan
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH &. CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co.. Ltd.
' 1 SJm J
mm , 0F
mmmm tw , :
$m . -- Horse
(Continued from page 6)
rwrinfird over tho skldway, mold nnd
j absorbed, Irt NtraiiKU activity to tlio
slower power of the actual skidding,
In n moment he moved en to the next
1 scene of operations without hnvlng
t snld n word to nuy of the men
1 "A flue t'lii):," said Mike, spitting.
1 So day ufler day the work went on.
, Kndwiiy spent his time trumping I
' through the woods, figuring 011 new
work, showing the men how to do
things better or differently, discussing !
minute expedients with the blacksmith, !
the carpenter, the took, I
lie was not without his troubles.
First he had not enough men, the snow
' Iflnlfml n.i.f 4lt.i An.,,. Inn 1,, ,n1 . ,1 H i
lULBUi (lii.a linn M;uiK ivu iiuuiiuuuiiji
horses fell sick of colic or calked
themselves, supplies ran low unexpect
edly, trees turned out "punk," n cer
tain bit of ground proved soft for tra
voylng, and no on. At election time, of
course, a number of the men went
And om? evening, two days after elec
tion time, another and Important char
acter entered the North woods and
N the evening In question some
thirty or forty miles southeast
of ltndwny's camp a train was
crawling over n badly laid
that led toward the Suglnaw
The whole affair was very
To the edge of the right of
way pushed the dense swamp, like a
black curtahl shutting the virgin eoun
try from the view of civilization.
Across the snow were tracks or an
imals. The train consisted of a string of
freight cars, one coach divided half nnd
half between baggage and smoker, and
n dny enr occupied by two silent, awk
ward women and a child. In the smok
er lounged 11 dozen men. They were of
various sizes and descriptions, but they
all wore heavy blanket mncklnuw
coats, rubber shoes and thick German
socks tied ut the knee. The air was
so thick with smoke that the men had
dllllculty In distinguishing objects
across the length of the car.
The passengers sprawled la various
attitudes, and their occupations were
diverse. Three nearest the baggage
room door attempted to sing, but with
out much Bticcess. A man in the cor
ner breathed softly, through a mouth
organ, to the music of which his seat
mate, leaning his head sideways, gave
close attention. One big fellow with a
square beard swaggered back and
forth down the aisle offering to every
one refreshment from n quart bottle.
It was rarely refused. Of the dozen
probnbly three-quarters were more or
After a time the smoke became too
dense. A short, thickset fellow with
an evil, dnrk face coolly thrust! his heel
through a window. The conductor,
who, with the brakeman and baggage
master, was seated In the baggage van,
heard the Jingle of glass. He urose.
"Guess I'll take up tickets," he re
marked. "Perhaps It will quiet the
boys down u little."
The conductor was a big man, raw-
boned and broad, with a hawk face.
Ills every motion showed lean, quick,
"Let her went," replied the brake
man, rising us a matter of course to
fojlow his chief.
The brakeman was stocky, short and
long armed. In the old fighting days
Michigan railroads chose their train
olllclnls with an eye to their superior
deltoids. The two men loomed on the
uolsy smoking compartment.
Vl'lckets, please," clicked the con
Most of the men began to fumble
about In their pockets, but the three
singers and the man who had been of
fering the quart bottle did not stir.
"Ticket, Jack!" repeated the con
ductor. "Come on, now!"
The big bearded man leaned uncer
tainly against the seat.
"Now, look here, Hud," he urged in
wheedling tones, "I ain't got no ticket.
You know how It Is. Dud. I blows my
stakes." He Ilshcd uncertainly In his
pocket and produced the quart bottle,
nearly empty. "Have a drink?"
"No," snld the conductor sharply.
"A right," replied Jack amiably.
"Take one myself." He tipped the bot
tle, emptied It nnd hurled' It through a
window. The conductor paid no ap
parent attention to the breaking of the
'If you haven't any ticket, you'll
have to jft off," said he.
The big man straightened up.
"You go to blazes!" he snorted, and
with the sole of his spiked boot deliv
ered a mighty kick nt the conductor's ;
The olllclul, agile as a wildcat, leap
ed back, then forward and knocked the
man hair the leugtii or tuc ear. You
see, he was used to it. Heforc Jack
could regain his feet the otllelal stood
The three men In the comer had also
risen and were staggering down the
aisle Intent on 'battle. The conductor
took In the chances with professional
1 "Get nt 'em, Jimmy!" said he.
And as the big man finally swayed
to his feet ho was seized by the collar
and trousers In the grip known to
'bouueers" everywhere, hustled to the
door, which some one obligingly open
ed, and hurled from the moving train
into the snow. The conductor did not
cure a straw whether the obstreperous
Jack lit on his head or his feet, hit a
sow bank or u idle of ties.
(TO lilt CONTINUHI))
Washington, March 15. The
Senate has passed the fortificatrons
hill, including an item of $526,100
for iht purchase of sites for defenses
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Ollice of the Hoard of Health,
llonoliilti, Hnwiiii, March 9, 1904.
j At n meeting of the Hoard of Health
, ht.,,i l)ie n)(OVe ,lnlt. t,t. following
,,,..,. .., ... ,, 1 ,.r ii..in, ,i..n
the Sanitary DNtrfct of Ililo and Regu-
Intiug the Plumbing done therein," were
CHAS. 11. COOPER, M. I).,
I'lesidcnt llouid of Health.
Secretary Hoard of Health.
llOUNIIAKV 01' DISTklCT.
Section 1. The district for the pur
poses of these regulation!), shall comprise
all the space within a radius of one and
one-half Ityi) miles from "the present
Court House and shall be known ns the
Sanitary District of Ililo.
SKWUK CONNItCTION KHQUIKlil).
Section a. livery building of nuy des
cription in which there, art plumbing
fixtures or in which plumbing fixtures
are to be placed, shall be connected with
the public sewer, where such sewer i ac
cessible and where there is no sewer ac
cessible with a cesspool constructed in
accordance with the rules of the Hoard of
Within thirty days niter service of a
written notice upon the owner or owners,
occupants, or persons in possession of any
land within the limits of the public sewer
system, directing said owner or owners
to connect with the public sewer the use
of privy-vaults and cesspools shall be
entirely discontinued upon such lands.
PLANS OK IIOUSK 1'I.UMIIING TO lilt 1'II.HO.
Section 3. Every plumber before do
ing nuy plumbing work in nuy. building
within the Sanitary District of Ililo, ex
cept in case of stoppages 111 pipes or re
pair of leaks in drains, vent pipes, waste
pipes, faucets, valves nnd water supply j
: i...ii m ...:i. .1... c. .:,..... T....n- '
pipes, snail tile Willi tuc bauuary luspec
lor of Ililo plans and specifications which
shall clearly show and indicate the entire
work to be done, the number and charac
ter of all fixtures, the size and locations
of nil drains, waste, soil, vent anil water
pipes, traps and cleanouts and whether
connection is to be made with the sewei
or with a cesspool. No part of such
work shall be done until a permit author
izing the same shall have been issued by
said Sanitary Inspector.
Scctiou 4. All work not done in ac
cordance with the-plans and specifications
filed or in accordance with these rules
and regulations shall be corrected and
made satisfactory to the said Sanitary
Scctiou 5. The term house sewer is
here used to designate that part of the
drain between the sewer or cesspool and
to within five feet ofnny building. .
uuaii 1101 ue less man tour luetics 0
more than six inches in diameter, an
may be of cast, iron pipe or salt-glazed
vitrified sewer pipe ami shall be laid to a
f vitrified pipe is used it shall have a
fall of at least one quarter of an inch to
the foot, the joints shall be made of ce
If cast-iron pipe is used, it shall have a
fall of not less than thrce-sixteculhs of an
inch to the foot. There shall be no ob
struction to the free flow of air in the
Section 6. The term house drain is
here used to designate that part of the
drain under the first floor of the building
and extending five feet outside of the
walls of the building.
The house drain shall be of iron pipe
not less than four inches in diameter mid
shall have it fall of not less than 3-16 of
an inch to the foot.
Section 7, The term soil pipe is here
used to designate the vertical pipe to
whicli one or more water closets nnd
other fixtures are connected. It shall be
of iron pipe not less than four inches in
diameter and shall be continued unob
structed and undiminished in size through
the roof, the same as the house drain.
The open end must be at least ten feet
from any opening in the building and
from any adjoining building. house buildings.
ikon rii'K. faucets for supplying water for domes
Section 8. Iron pipe may be of cast tic use, located in open yards, must be
iron or standard wrought iron pipe gal- placed over a slop hopper or sink.
v.udcd. Tin pipe and pipe made from i-oi manoi'acturinc
sheet metal shall not be used. S(.ction ,,. Iu ))accs f)r ,namiflictur.
Changes iu direction shall be made by ,,, of )oi lhere ,, ,)e ,,jrt calchur of
Y branches and bends. Cle.tuout con- form lo ,. Ill))niveil by the sai(1 saui.
nections located in accessible places iuut t ills,,cclr between the floor of said
be put in the house drain at the foot of imi filcU)ry limi the sewer or cesspool.
each vertical Hue of pipe.
, , 1 1 . 1 , , 1 , JiTHAM KXIIAU.ST OU KAIN WATKK.
The house drain must be laid iu
trenches or securely bracketed from walls No hleau' "linusl or rain water leads
or hung by proper straps from floor joists. or bUrf',ce llr"i" shi,,t l,L connected with
TRA1Si any bewer or with any drains that con-
Section 9. Every fixtute having a nect with any sewer.
open end shall be separately audimle-' 1'INAI, insitkction.
pendeutly trapped ns near the open end ' Section 17. All plumbing is to be
as is nrnctical and iu
. ' .
no case more tlian
twenty-four itidics away from it. It shall
be placed iu snje accessible place and so
constructed that it can be readily cleaned.
Pantry and kitchen sinks must he pro
vided with an approved grease trap.
Section 10. All traps within any build
ing or within five feet of any building
shall be vented by special air pipes of
lead or iron. The vent pipe shall be of
the same size as the trap it serves, and
shall be extended ubove the roof the
0n L w .1'
. . (6k,.. wi "TlifcSla J
Tho Abovo Is the Bonociq Rovorsiblo Disc Plow.
Where a team can tvalk and draw a plow
Tim Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of features in . . .
Make it the most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the laud or REVERSIHLE, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces WITHOUT LEAVING A WATER FURROW. Made only in a sulky,
Tho Above Cut Shows tho Bonocla Ratoon Disc Plow.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
same as soil pipes, except they may con
verge into the four inch soil pipe under
JOINTS IN l'll'IS.
.Section 11. All joints ami connections
in cast iron pipe shall be made with
molten lead and shall be well caulked.
Scctiou 12. All closets or groups of
closets must be supplied with water front
tanks holding not less than four gallons
for each closet flushed ami the flushing
pipe must not be less than one and one
quarter inches in diameter to each closet.
No water closet or urinal shall be placed
or maintained in n room in which there
is not a window opening direct to the ex
All urinals or groups of urinals to be
suppKed with water for flushing from
Section 13. The term wnsle pipe is
, here used to designate any pipe leading
from any fixture to a soil pipe or house
drain and receiving the discharge from
any fixture except a water closet. They
shall be of lead or iron pipe.
The size ol all waste pipes is to be not
less than two inches in diameter, except
waste pipes from wash badns, which shall
be not less than one and one-quarter
inches in diameter.
Section 14. Sinks, wash
lop hoppers of
milted in iwv
wood shall not be per
residence or tenement
, tested by either the water' or air test and
will not be permitted to be used until
found tight iu all its parts,
The furegoiiit regulations will vbe
strictly enforced 1
I). S. 1IOWMAN, I
Oilice of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, Marcli 9, 1904.
At u meeting of the Hoard of Health
held on the above date the "Sanitnry
The Beneoia Reversible
Regulations for the Territory of Hawaii
outside of the Sanitary District of Hono
lulu" were amended by the addition of
the following sections, vU:
KKOAKDINC. 1'KIVV VAULTS AND Cl'.SS
IOOI.S. 15a. Cesspools 01 privy vaults hhall
have four inch cast Iron vent pipes with
caulked leaduoiiits, or galvanized iron
pipes, extending not less than twelve feet
into the open air, and if within twenty
feet of an inhabited building the top of
such vent pipes shall extend above the
roof of the highest building within a (lis
tance of twenty feet of the same,
I such vent pipes shall run ns direct as pos
15b. Every privy shall have properT AGENTS EOR
scats with hinged lids to cover the open-1
ing of mine, which si.aij be kept closed . yQ j venue Gasoline Engine
when not in use.
15c. Waste water Irom sinks, bath- Self-starter and reversible engine. Iu
tubs, places where washing is done or I practicability it is equal to the steam en
water closets shall not be allowed to dis. giue. Sizes from l h. p. upw.uds.
chnri-e Mnlo anv stream. Ink... nml or I "oats fitted with this engine or frames ol
ditch, or upon the ground, except in such
places and under such conditions as will
not eudnuger the public health.
KKOAKDINC, MANUI'ACTURK Ol' l'OI.
I5d. Kach and every building where
poi is manufactured by manual labor
shall be laid with cement floors, with
gutters leading into n trap drain con
nected with n cesspool, or the sewer sys
tem when completed.
CHAS. II. COOl'KR, M. D..
President Hoard of Health.
Attest: C. Ciiaulock,
Secretary Hoard of Health.
The foregoing regulations will be
D. S. HOW.MAN,
20-3 Sanitary Inspector.
. For Sale.
A two-seated surrey with extension
leather top. Perfect condition. Just the
thing for a Miiall family. Inquire nt
TiuiiUNK office. 19.3
Subscribe for the TuiBUNK, Island sub
scription 2.50. j
The I.nrgest Importers of
Also, Dealers iu Dates, Oruuges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
j sail I'raucisco. lainoruia
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoous that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
IIAVI5 NOW A I'LEUT Ol'
and Small Boats
FOR PUIILIC HIRh
I'asseugcrs and baggage taken to nnd
from vessels iu the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats lo hire
' for private pii'uics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
any size to order. I'or particulars f.pply
to R. A. I.UCAS, Malinger.
W. A. TODD'S
I have opened a shop on Wninnuenue
street, next to Demosthenes' Cafe, where
I am ready to make
COOD HARNESS nnd
English Saddles a Spoclalty
W. A. TODD.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.