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All peiflons are hereby foi bidden to
baths in the pool nt Kapomi Falls In
Nuii'inu Valley, or in any way to dclllo
the unlcr supplying tin1, same or to ties
pirn on tho uilj lcinl iroittitls.
Any poison lUsicgaidlng this notice
Will lit! pioieeulul to the full extent of
Oil AS. li WILSON,
Supeiiiitcndont of "Water Wotl..
Ciias. T. Oumck,
Minister of Interior.
Ofllce Honolulu Water Work. J
97fJ lm Match 23th, 1895. )
.BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
.Honolulu, llau.iil.iu Islands.
Draw Evohatiiti) op Iho
LSunlc of CalilbPttlii, fc. IT.
Anl their agents in '
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Me ssrs. N,. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
.'The Commercial Hank Co., of Sjdneyj
The Banloof New Zealand: Auckland,
Cliristchuich, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic.
toria, 15. 0. ami Poitland, Or.
Transact a. General Banking Husineas'.
Hodgel to neither Sect nor Patty. .
But established for tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1883.
THIS EVENING'S DOINCS.
Central l'aik Skating Kink and
Roller Coaster, afternoon and even
ing. Mystic Lodge, No. 2, 7:!)0.
The advocacy of a sewerage sy&teui
for Honolulu has for long been a
favorite standby for local journalists
in the ftcqucnlly lecturing dcaith of
subjects Tthich is the natural con
comitant of our insular position.
From the almost invariable tenor of
disquisitions upon this topic, their
authors appear to regard scwct as
the Alpha and the Omega of ncccs.
sai y sanitary conditions. Not wc
are not sure that a sewerage system
is cither practicable or would add
materially to the wholesome condi
tions of this city. In the first place
the expense of anything like an
adequate system of sewers would be
enormous, and beyond all the present
resources of the Kingdom to lay out
upon any one object. The area over
which the city is spread, in
proportion to population, is ex
ceptionally large, which, under
favorable conditions for excava
ting, would make the expense,
' in proportion to the number of peo
ple served and bearing the cost,
greater than in the case of the moie
compactly built cities of the tem
perate zone. But the conditions for
excavating are exceptionally diffi
cult, owing to the hard coral close
to the, surface over the larger por
tion of, the city plot. This in itself
i is a formidable element in thp ac
count. Then the lay of the land is
not' favorable' to'an efficient sewerage
system. Thei'e is too much dead
level throughout the, aica to permit
tho matlcrcmpticd into the sewers
to pass off. Therefore, very fre
quent flushings would be required to
rprcventhc sewers fioin being verit
able attcriesl,of,.pe8lilenee beneath
the homes of the people. To flush
' the great extent of level sewora
would requite an immense supply
and head of water. When the
. amount of water needed for present
'necessities domestic and irrigation
purposes is considered, the provi
sion of the vast additional quota thai
towers would demand seems to bo
utterly beyond all hopo of making,
for many yonrs to come of steady
growth in population and wealth.
"Without perfect means of keeping
tho sewers cleansed, they would in
crease, instead of l. diminish, the
unwholesome conditions of the
cjty. Etch in cities possessing
fairly well inado and kept sewers,
unremitting attention and perpetual
vigilauce arc ncccssaty to prevent
the poisoning of the people whole
sale by sewer gas. Often deplora
ble uiiscliicfria done before the pre
sence of the subtle and deadly agent
is discoveicd, and whenever an in
vestigation of or repairs to scwera
and their connections arc made, as
they must bo frequently, whole
neighborhoods aro subjected to
noxious exhalations for hours and
sometimes days. Thcic arc alter
natives to a sewerage system which
would greatly improve the sanitary
condition of lIonolulu,which wo have
discussed in the past and may re
vert to again. In the meantime, let
us have a good water supply for
other purposes without wailing for
a sewerage system.
1'iiiicc Kismaiek's motive idea in
launching a gi cat German colonial
scheme is represented as being that,
with colonies belonging to the Va
therland to go to, Germany's sons
will not go to foreign countties
whenever they arc old enough to be
useful to tho Empire. An Amcii
can paper regards the idea as an er
roneous one, saying that, "when
men change their homes they go
whcie they think they will do bestj
not where Governments want them
to go," which is probably the truth.
As one swallow docs not make
summer, so one declaration of a divi
dend on sugar-growing docs not
make an era of ptosperity in that
line. Still the fact that more than
one plantation has yielded a pioftt
for the past season is encouraging.
It shows that theie is yet money in
the business, which skill, good man
agement, and improved processes
can got out. Those interested in
leading industries in other countries,
at the present time, would be glad
if they could continue operations
without heavy loss. ,
The Fricn ! is right when it ad
vises people in dull times not to
apply the pruning knife too closely
to their legitimate expenses. This
is a peiiod when the injunction, "Be
not ovei-anxious for the morrow,"
should be lcmembcred. Dull times
ate the best for making improve
ments in houses and business pro
mises, provided the owner;, have the
means, for labor and material can
usually be got lower then than in
hits!; times. Let ihosu who aic
"well-fixed" with this woild'a
goods now remember the mechanics
who have to depend upon day's
wages, and give them a job. Make
one for them.
Emioit Bulletin-: The learned
writer who undertakes in this morn
ing's Advertiser to inform his read
ers as to the meaning of the word
"induction" as used by electricians
reminds me of a self-constituted
"Professor" who in my young days
volunteered to lecture to a country
audience on Electro-Kiology. The
"Professor" commenced his lecture
with an etymological explanation of
the word Biology as derived from
Hi, two ( !), and lofos, a discourse,
meaning therefore the science of the
two-handed animal, i. e. man. Can
not our local "Professor" be in
duced to go over the range of science
in general and correct our ideas on
the model of his lecture on "induc
tion." Ax Asioundui) Studknt ok Scii:xci:.
BONES CONVERTED INTO COLD.
A ton of ordinary bones in the
principal markets to-day is worth
about as much as a ton of Amoncan
pig'iron, and a ton of the best bones
is worth about four times as much.
For a number of manufacturing pur
poses bones are valuable. The or
dinary bones which arc collected
around through the country are
burned, to got the animal charcoal
or boncblack, or converted into fer
tilizers, 'and aro worth about $18, per
ton. There are many fertilizer
manufactories in the country which
grind bones, and some of them also
', Boncblack is generally in good
demand at" good pi ices by the sugar
refineries for filtering, and bones
used, for this purpose yield a bettor
return than when made into fer
tilizers, for which accordingly only
the poorer grades aro used. These
aro the ordinary bodyjbonc3 of cat
tle and sheep, the skull being con
verted into fertilizing material also.
The bones arc cleaned by being
boiled in an open kettle or in closed
tanks under a pressure of from fif
teen to forty pounds. Tho tank
boiicd bones aro very much pre
ferred by the boncblack manufactur
ers, as by this piocess the nitrogen
is removed and the carbon loft.
The leg bones of cattle and sheep
are used for a number of different
purposes. The shin bones and feet
of cattle contain considerable neats
foot oil, about a pint boing obtained
on an average from every four feet
of good sized cattle. The shin and
thigh bones are thoroughly cloauscd
of all meat and grease. The liquor
in which they were boiled was form-
crly Ihrown away, but now a very
fair quality of sizing glue is manu
factured from it. Some shin bones
arc burned for bone-black, or con
verted into fertilizers, but tho bulk
of them aro worked up into knife
handles. The round shin bono
comes from the hind leg, and the
flat from the fore leg. Tho bulk of
the shin bones in the Eastorn mar-'
kets are shipped to Europe. Tho
knuckles of the shin bones arc saw
ed off, and used cither for lamp
black or fertilizers. Shin bones for
knife handles will bring over $10
per ton, but for burning, etc., only
about $25 per ton. Tho knttcklos
of thigh bones arc also sawed off
and ttscd for boncblnck or fertilizers.
The thigh bones tare worth $80! per
ton, and are manufactured into
tooth-brush handles. .' Very few are
Miss Mary Anderson carries a life
insurance of 8 lOO.OOd. - b 4
There' aro 317 female' blacksmiths
in England, all of whom actually
swing heavy hammers and do men's
work. t jtj .
A large number of young so'cioty
ladies in New York city are talcing
lessons in elocution for the purpose
of imnrovimr their conversational
'powers. " " t's.
A writer m the Jloilr'soys "trio
skating links and roller skates of the
present day will cither resltlt'Mn a
generation of athletic, .graceful fig
ures on the ice, oi;,,pn the contrary,
in a race of 'knock-kneed mau' and
women, with disproportionately large
ankles. " ' '
"This is a nice tima to como home
and a nice state j'ou're in," she
said. "Nice time! nice state!
Thanks, lovely. 1 thought you
were going to &6qld mei'' sl j.
EMPLOYMENT hyK a sober, steady
rmln, willing to make himself gen.
eiullv useful. Adilics
Post-Ofllce, Honolulu. 035 lw
'to" let;5 ' "'
rpUK STORE Titely occupied by
X. Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Foil Sticet. Applvio
L. A. THURSTON,
or I). F Dili.ixgii.vm
Honolulu, Apiil 1. ISSu. OSiJ tf
WA1M4NAL0 SUGAH CO.
A DIVIDEND of JO per slnro 111
be paid o i ujjplic ition ill ihc olllcc
of II. H OKPLLD A- CO.
Honolulu, April 2, IBS'!. '.K-; at
April 3 Obstacle H.ice;
April 7 Apron and Neck Tie Tatty
(piue for tie Inrgejt tie);
April 10 Tnniale Party;
Apiil 14 Skating for llie Cake.
THOMAS E. WALL, Manager.
Honolulu, Api il 2, ISSfi. OS.1, td
TO LET, at 87 King Street, over
Kraft' Jewelry Store, single nnd
double, nicely furnished. Apply to
Mri. C. P. Pctieron, on the premises.
BY A JAPANESE as Clerk in a store
can speak English.. Apply to
O. KJNTAHO. Japanese,
074 2 No. la School Street.
FOH MAI and wife, witb accommo
dation to c'ook for themselves, oV
board with the family. Apply at 187
Nuunnu Street. 079 tf
jumwxLui , ..
N ACCOUNT, of. departure from
J the Kiugdotn, all poisons ouiug
mo'nro McqucstcU' w make immediate
payment o L. A. TIIUHSTON, 38 Mer
chant Street, who has a full power of
attorney to transact all biuiuess for mo
in my absence. Ho is; authorized to re
ceipt for, all moneys due mo, and to en,
force payment of unpaid claims.
' SAMUEL NOTT.
Honolulu, March 13, 1883. 000 2m
7 FOR SALE. A ".
rpWO FINE imported Mnres, four amP
JL live years old, well' btoki'n,(klnd
and gentle. Sqld on account of depar.
tu re. Inqulro.of . ,
' J. P. MENTJONCA,
or at M. 8. Urinbaum it Co.'s itoro,
077 2w , ,
a "MIL UNDERSIGNED,. FRANK,1
. HUSTACE and GliJOHQE II. HO. '
jJUiuaujN, cacti oi uonoitiiu, uanu,
havo this day entered into CO-PARTNERSHIP
under the firm name of 1IU8
TAOE 1 KOUERTSON, for the purpose
of carrying on tlio Draylng liiielni'ss in
Tho Business -will ho conducted by
Thanking our friends for their gencr.
ous support to each of us in the past, we
hopo to merit a contlnuanco of tho same
in tho future, as wo nro uow better than
ever prepared to attend to all business
in our lino promptly and satisfactorily.
GEORGE II. ROBERTSON.
March 30, 1885. 083 lw
YoseitB mag sat
OFF WAIKIKI.'a, email fliU.bottoraod
boat. Owner tan have thn same
by paying expenses, and applvlnc to"
08UW KOUKUT LEWHU5.
. ATTOHNEY AT LAW,
aud Solicitor In Clianccrv. 'Olllcc
Campbell's Block, Second ,JJloiy, ltooms
8 nnd 0. Entrance oil Merchant Street,
Honolulu, H. I. 0S4 tf
MR. N. V. 1HT11GESS
has put chased the Ex.
picss Dmlncfs Inlclv carried on by Mr.
U.M. Lake, at 81 Ivlnc Street, and li
prepared to execute till orders uilb
promptness, and icyteotfully solicits
public piUroilago., Onico Telephone,
Mi Uealdcnce Telephone. 1C2.
031 tf N. F. UUHQESS.
1 have received Instructions to sell at
Public Auction, on
SATURDAY-, APRIL 18th,
at 12 o'clock M., at Salesroom.
THOSE, TWO -CERTAIN LOTS
Nos. 131 and 132 on Beretanla Street
opposite Mr. Maerten's. 'Each 100
feet front by 150 feet depth, at the ,
Upset Price of $750.00
each. Tonus Cash, or one-half cash
balance In one or two yoaf , secured
by nioitujtgc with intetest at 0 per
These lots are on the uppct side of
the road adjoining each other in a
-pU-usant -neighborhood uiul within,
15 minutes' walk of the town.
E. P. ADA3SS, Auctioneer.
1 ' 084 Id' x J
Don't "Forget It I
... f . . . j
Yous Quarterly BiSIs
Distributed "ajiifcollectcd and
T. DE. "WiseMxaii,"
Gimunil Uut.Iiio- Aont.
Campbell's Building, Merchant Street.
A NATIVE -.ili'Mii'iu, (hip that dm
'-peal: :iil iiiidvrstand English and
acqiKuntcil witii !li- ill v goods "Inisiniia.
Addre D.."i iiJi)J)S ftullotin Ollltc.
BY' AN Amtiieati k.U, a situation to
take can: of children or do bou-e
work in a respectable family. Applv at
S3nt THIS OFEIO&.
A LADY expecting to go to San Fran
cUco about May 1st, would like to
meet with some one who for havltig her
fare paid to San Francisco, would take
full charge of a child 2 vears of age.
Address immediately, P. O.'ltos 207.
PO PUItCHASE, MullerM leies.
L A dd res g LM., oillce of t!m p iper.
A FINE dwelling lot of over
four netei area on N'uuanu
Avenue, adjoining F.A. Scliae
fer's, Eq., with ancient vater
rights in addition to Govern
ment' wator .privilege; Well 'fenced and
improved. Apply to
JOHN H. PA1Y,
or to J. E. AVispnian, General Business
Agent. 078 lm
Central Part Skatine Eink
Corner Beratania & Punchbowl ISts.
APERST-CLARS' pl-u-n 'of anjime
ment in a flrst'cl ir locality.
Nothing of an objectionable nature a'l
lowedToifi thi'i.TJiWltcs. xpnen qvcry
afternoon in tho wisk and every night,
Wednesday excepted. i
' Tuebday and Friday afternoons) and
nights, Ladles and their escorts and
children that accompany them are ad
mitted. The hoodlum element strictly
excluded. As these aftemoous and nights
are specially designed for Ladiesj, the
-proprietor -will use overy- exertion to
have them iustruced.and accompanied
on tko'floor (where thcy-desirc it.'
( TheUtinUUKtUcs for. .b.oth La'dics and
Geutlomeii aro ( wHUpu rubber "springs.
Beginners caw, learn on this skate in
'lialf the time it 'requires onii'tf nbsolutt'
The oil well on this Skate being under
the skato, does not soil the dross, and
one oiling is sutllclcnt for an afternoon
or evening's skating. Beginners only
hayo to guard Jorwaid aud backwards
op'jhelr skates, whllo tho rubbtr bends
sideways, fctnilnlng' thu inkles.inecessi.
tating guarding backwaid, lorwards,
and bfdeways, , t
Prices reasonable for a tlist-clussRink,
Admission, 25 cents for ndulttf and chil
dren over live years itf ago; use of
Rink Skates, 10 cents; private skates, no
charge. Afternoons 'only, admission
charged, skates free. Skaters qarifcao
money by purchasing commutation tic.
ket good for ten admissions, with1 Rink
Skates, $3.60, or U5 cents for admission
nnd skates. ' j .
Skaters can leave their t-katcs in Skate
Room (at thelt own ritk) where they
will bo kept to their oidor, clfaned,
repaired, etc., free of charge. This
Rink will bounder tho supervision of
the proprietor at all times. Any (pat.
tcntlon of employees should bo reported
to the Proprietor. 082
ANNUAL CLEARANCE 8ALE
63 FORT STREET.
In order to make room for onr unsurpassed stock which
j,,, ;)is buiiigjioifght regardless of expense or trouble at the
i 'prBni.timc in Eastern Markets by S.'COHW &.CO.
Prices HednceH in
Has Bmml to
jffl?lmmm BOOTS AMD SHOES 1
ua'i! iiyi'j t r
Lirgc invoices of Gooi's (of all descriptiouu) having beeuieceiid by me , they
WILL BE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES,
Than the same qualliy of Goods can be purchased elsewhere In Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN.
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY" MANUFACTURE,
Saddles, Belts, Pouches, Leggings, Saddle Cloths, School Bags, &c., ,
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silver'Plato
The reputation of my HOME-MADE IIAKNESS for superiority of woikmiuiehip
and material temnins unchallenged during my six years' residence here.
ThankfuJ for the genetous patronage of the past, its continuance and increase in
the fututo is rcspccttully solicited at the old stand.
880 ttm Corner of Fort and King streets, Honolulu, II. I
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN, :'
The Only Recognized General Business Agent on tho Hawaiian Islands.
'Offlces'iri'Camphell's Eire-proof Buildine. 27 Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I
P.O.BoxaiB : I t : Tolispliono ,17j3.'
REAL ESTATE AGENT Buys and sells Real ,Estateiii airparls",oftTie Klug
dom. Rents Olllces, Houses, Cottages and Rooms. ' '
, SOLICITING AGENT FOR WILEER'S INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS Tour
lets and tho Traveling Public will apply to me for Tickets and Information to
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF NEW
YORK The Largest, Giandcst and1 Soundest Institution of Hh kind in the
World. - - - -
AGENTFOR THE GREAT BURLINGTON RAILWAY ROUTE .IN.AMER1CA
This Roulu cxcols all other routes going East, the tennery being the grnndou,
the meals tho choicest and the Palace and Dining Cats the handBumest and moit
EMPLOYMENT AGENT Finds 'Employment for'all ,'ecklng woik in the vari
ous branches of Industry on tho Jslnnds.
SOLICITING AGENT FOR THE CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Tho best known Company in the Islands.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER Eutera Goods at.Custom 'House, pavs'timl discharges
Ft eight and Duly Bills under power of Attorney.
MONEY" BROKER Loans Money nt all times on firnUclaes scrtuitfy.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT Lognl Papers of every diacilpilonilr.iv n. BUU
Distributed and Collected. Btoka and Accounts kept unit adjust? . jjicotds
Searched. Rents Colleclid. Taxes and Insuiaucu on Proj eivy li.ukul ultcr.
Copying and Engrossing done. Advertiscmentf,, Noivspaper Arliili, CoirtE
pondenco and Comnicrcial Business of every nntiiiv proiniitly ami ncnitntelv
' attended ta, , '
AGENT FOR TIIBNEW.MUSICJIALL A'l1 HOOLULIIf.'oippapiw.abioad
will corretpond with mo for terms, etc. Older foV Island -B1il'Ih,'()uvIii'. Lava
Specimens, Native Vlesand Photos carefully lllkd and forwanled ti all parts
of tho World.
CST" Information appcitalnlng to tho Islands given aud all cotiespoudenco faith,
fully answered. ' A
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
878 Gonoral Business Agenl, Honolulu, Hawaiian lilandj.
Yurnh fifli 1
103 Fort Steel
The Corner Harness Store
Still to the Front !