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THE DAILY TWLlETIN, MARCH II, 1895.
BOARD OF HEALTH
Its Soaslou Occupied Almost 'Wholly
With Molokai Matters
A regular nit'elititf of tho Board
of Health was hold Wednesday
afternoon, tho following beintf in
attendance: V. O. Smith, president;
T. V. li-uishitf, Dr. N. B. Emerson,
.1. T. Waterhmno, Dr. Wood, Dr.
Day, John Ena. lloalth Ollicor Hoy.
uolds and K. W. Moyor, nRout of tho
Board at Molokai.
Tho president reported that ho
had written to Dr. Goto, Dr. Mou
nt, and Dr. Olivor, asking for a re
port on tho oaves treated by Dr.
Dr. V. T. Monsarrat's report of
animals slaughtered during the- week
showed lU!) bullocks. .'11 calves, and
120 nheop, of which 01 bullocks and
1 calves had lluko liver, while one
bullock nas alluded with lluko
Mr. Meyer reported that tho ex
penses of tho Leper Settlement for
the month ending February za were
Two natives worn granted permis
sion to go to Molokai as helpers to
their sick friendc. Applications for
tho same purpose from two others
Couimuuieations were received
from Ambrose Hutchinson, deputy
superintendent of tho leper fettle
uieiit, and Kathor Conrady referring
to di iterant matters at the placo.
A numerously signed petition was
received, asking that a license to sell
awa bo granted to some ono at tho
settlement. Tho board denied tho
Tho petition of Lahela (w.) to
have her seven-year-old sister placed
in tho Kapiolaui Homo was granted
upon proper proof being mado to
the executive olllcer.
A communication from tho Bishop
of 1'auopolis was received, stating
that tho cost of bringing four
Catholic Brothers for tho Boys'
Homo at Kalawao from Franco to
tho inlands would be 1000. This ,
amount was accordingly voted by
tho board for that purpose. i
Tho presidout said that while Mr.
Meyer was in town a sot of rules
would bo drafted for governing the
Homo for Bojh at tho settlement.
Mr. lloynolds reported that 100 '
tube of vaccine virus was being re
ceived by each steamer from tho
south and that it was Hullicieut for
all present purpose?.
A letter from Dr. Warren Moinors,
Freeport, Maine, received by Presi
dent Dole ami referred to tho Board
of Health, was read and filed. Tho
letter inquired about tho opportuni
ties for physicians in Honolulu.
Dr. Wood, as a membar of tho
Kxecutivo Board at tho Kalihi Re
ceiving Station, reported in favor of
adopting rules for the guidance of
tho board in making examinations
of supposed lepers, lie stated that
at present no rules woro in forco ex- i
cept a resolution of tho Board of '
Health that no commitment should
bo made without the eonsot of three
physicians. Ho was in favor of in
creasing tho number of examiners to
live, of whom four should bo fully
agreed on the case.
Dr. Day stated that it was the in
tention of tho local physiciaus to
hold their proposed fir.st annual con
ference in this city in tho month of
May, and suggested that tho board
send an iuvitatiou to all Govern
ment physicians to attend. Secre
tary W iliOx was instructed to send
typo-written copies of such an invi
tation to each physician in tho Gov
'"Fear," said tho Russian general
Skobeleir, to a subordinate ollicor,
"iiiiint cease when a man reaches the
grado of captaiu." Every ollicor
under him was expected, when tho
occasion camo, to lay down his life
as an example to his men. "1 must
show my men how badly tho Turks
aim," ho said while standing as a
target on a rampart of a trench at
tho siogo of Plevua. ! know how
to cure him of exposing himself,"
paid a soldier iu tho trenches. "Tho
first time ho jumps on tho rampart
let us all jump after him." Thoy
did so, aud Skobeleir, who could
not bear needlessly to expose his
men, jumped down.
In tho fall of 1893 a son of Mr. T.
A. McFarlaud, a prominent mor- j
chant of Live Oak, Sutter Co., Cal., '
was taken with a very heavy cold.
Tho pains in his chest woro so sovoro
that lie had spasms and was threat
ened with pneumonia. His father
gave him several largo doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which
broke up tho cough aud cured him.
Mr. McFarlaud says whenever his
children have croup ho iuvariablv
gives them Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and it always euros them.
Ho considers it tho best cough
remedy in tho market. For sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian I -lands.
The Daily Bulletin, 50 cents vir
month, Mhftfd by mrriern.
Erysipelas In Faco and Eyes
Inflammation Gubducd and Tor
tures Cndod by Hood's.
"I nm so glad to to relieve J of tnjr torture
that t nm willing to tell tlio benefits I lma de
rived from Hood's BarsaparlltA. In April and
Majr, I was amietcd Tilth cr) ilpclaj In rny faco
and eyes, which spread to my throat nud neck,
I tried dhcrs ointments and alteratives, but
there unsiio permanent iil.ittmoutut tho burn
Ine, torturing pilu, peculiar to this complaint.
X began to take Hood's Sartnparllla and
Folt Marked Kellcf
before I had finished .the first bottle. I con
tinued to Improve until, when I had taken foot
dottles, I mm completely cured, and felt that all
signs, marks ami symptoms of that dire com
plaint had forever vanished." ilits. E. E.
Ottawa, JIUlsboro, Wisconsin.
Hood's Pills are prompt and rfllclent, yel
easy In action. Sold by alt druggist. 3c.
Hobron Drug Co., LTd.,
Bole Agents fur the Kepubllc of Hawaii.
Several Cottages w Mocenta Rentils.
FOR SALE ON TASY TERM.
Houo l.otfi, IU in let from Post OIUco, on
nud near King fctrei-l, n f-w steps
beyond the Kin eh inlm
f Tlili oll-rt a goo I clmtico to scuro
lIuniL'KteailH 'it mu'ernti' prices With nil
nxatou ns-nred In tliu near future, n
H-ue Lot "O nnir the business (enter
forms one of tin most detdrnblo Invest
tiiciitc fur it 'mill mini of money.
w. Corpor tlo'm or nnyoi.o HcMrlng
to Invest In I.irge Tracts of Suburb-in
Iiiml can bo n'coiiituodnteil lit reasonable
figures wlili Trues of from 5, 10 to M
tlu. I.ind en tlio iitlir Inlands, In
Tracts tuitalilo for a Dairy, Hrg Kanch or
t'ollcn nml SInl I'lntitatloti for sale or
lease. Kmiulre of
l'.':!-:iiii K. M. NAKUINA.
D I' KINO MY TEMPORARY All
mmico from tlio Hiiwit'lun Islai.ds. l)n
II V. Muiihav wl.lntui'' to my practice
mm nut for me In all mutters of business
miller a full power of attorney.
l'J-0-lw JOHn IUi))IK. M. I).
I) I.YOUUOUd Wll.l. AOT
VX for f
0 t'amurl os umlei full power
of attorney ilurini: the latter'f iib-ence.
John K"i iiily will represent Mr. C'niim
rliirn ut the Oiillf rnla Krult Market.
J. (1. CAMAKINOS.
Honolulu, Mur.h 7, lb'Jj. l'281-3t
AYOIJNQ MAN KKSIDINQ WITH
his parents, who writen n j;ood
liiitul unit Is willing to learn n Mercantile
IluMuess. Aildresit, htutlnu 0(o. "X.,"
li'M.:riN Otllce. 12711-hr
i YY limn, who U not afriiM of work, to
tutor mi Iiiiporilni; House In Honolulu,
ImvIiiK a unol connection und which In
cuimli'o of boliiR vxteuiti'd. Preference
1 will he Kivt'ii to one acquainted on tho
i IMumls. All coiiiiiiiinlcRtloiis will ho treat-
, cd as strii tly epnlliliitl.il, and rt-turntd if
, desired. A Kd llvinu nalary (iiiaruiiterd
or aii Intercut in the Imsliiesf. Must huvo
I soiuo canltul. Principals only treated with.
i For nirtnur particulars aiiurcis.
X. Y. '..,
1 12b0-tf JIut.i.t.KTiN Office, Honolulu,
NOTIOE IS HEHE11Y GIVEN TO Alii
persona that there are at the Govern
ment Found at Maklkl, March 0, 1S'J5, fi
K 3 tray Anluials, viz.:
1 Sorrel Moro branded "Te" on left hind
le, white spot on forehead. nix white spots
on neck, both hind legs white.
1 Itoon Mure branded "AU" on left Hide
of neck, white spot on forehead, bit; white
nput on left lilna lee.
1 llluck Horse without brand, white spot
1 Hay Honu branded "j" on left hind
leg, white spots on forehead nud also on
1 llav Cow with no brand, both cars are
clipped oil', white spotbon forehead, back
aud under the belly.
Any person or persons owning theso ani
mals, are requested to come and take the
Hinx! on or before 'i o'clock noon SATUR
DAY, March '31, otherwlio said animals
will bo wild at public auction on baid dato
and hour. HFiNIlYKUAI.il,
1231 3t Found Muster.
It cures ItchliiK till
mors, nud keeps tho
scnlp 'cool, moist,
licalthy, and freo from
: to state,
nt lnr s .
that six jrrirs nK i but nearly Inlf of my
hair, and what was Ml turned umy. Afti r
uslnit A)er's llnlr loir eeral months,
my h.ilr t'cn tojtrow aKiln.niid with thu
natural color restored."
,'er's Hair Vigor
DR.J.C.AYER & CO., LOWELL. MASS., U .S. A. '
tTT" llowarn of clicaii Imltnllmi" Tlio miimo "
Airr U minliii,iil "ii Hie wtHpirr mll
blow u In tin i!' "' i I' "' ""r "''' '
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Solo Aneots for tlio Kepubllo of Hnwall.
FOR INFORMATION CONCERNING
0AI.Ii ON, OK ADDHKSS,
JOHN M. CHASE,
OUIco, ICO Fort Street.
W. W. ABANA.
323 2.rilCLlvu Stxt.
Kullst, Scotch and American Goods.
Style Mid Fit Uuarantvert.
Olosmiug & Repairing
lotual Tele. 66S. P. 0. Box 144.
HOP HING & CO.,
402 HOTEL STllEET
Wholesale Dealers In
Liprs iinfl Manila Giprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Nut Oils, Itlce, Matting,
Chinese Silks, Teas, Ktc.
English and American Grocorfes
Oy Every Coast Steamer.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
Engines k Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
They cannot be surpassed for motive
r-BEND FOIl CATALOGUE-Wl
iU'&J-tf Sole Agent, Nuuanu street.
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, ?
IIonolclu, H. I , January 7, 1895.J
Tho right of WKIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is lwroby ru ponded aud
MARTIAL LAW is intitutl und
established throughout the hlnutl
of Ofilm, to continue until further
notice, during which titiif, however,
tho Courts will cmitinuo in msmoii
aud coudtpjt ordinary ljtiiut'!fl as
usual, except as nforsaid.
By the Prosident:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Presidout of the Republic of Ha
waii. j. a. king,
Minister of the Interior.
Couiuionciuj,' MONDAY, March
Jlli. 1811.1. all limior saloons will ba
MowoA to rumaiu Opon as per the
conditions of their license?, from
5:30 a. m. to 11:30 r. m.
During such time liquors of all
descriptions will bo allowed to bo
sold, proridiug same bo drunk on
No liquors shall bo taken away
from such saloons oxcopt Beer, Ale I
and Stout- '
Tho prosouco of any person under
tho influence of liquor upon any
saloon premises will cause such
saloon to bo immediately closed, as j
will also tho violation of tho rulo
allowing liquors to bo taken uway.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
All persons who deposited Arms
and Ammunition at tho Police Sta
tion iu response to an order to that
effect, are requested to call and ro
ceivo tho same bolwoeu tho hours of
2 and I r. m.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 5, 1895.
All bills against tho Military De
partment contracted botwoon Janu
ary C and February 15, 18J5, and not
as yet presented, aro ordered to bo
presented at tho. Finance Ofllce be
fore 12 o'clock uoon on SATURDAY,
March 10, 1895.
W. U. AllJiKY,
Quartermaster 1st Reg., X. G. II
! All persons aro hereby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
j use fire crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limita of Honolulu.
IS. W. mTUHL'UUK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
Till: BTAKDAIIIMIHEI) STALLION
" 3sr xj t a- :r, ovb
And tho Thorough-bred Stallion
J 11.U lfj. AJX N IVJLV
Are uvailahle this ii.inn for a limited
number of Mare.
We also offer Hnnil PiiKtiirf... v
the month or year. lUUMw
Four groat requisites of
Men's "Wearing Apparel to
be found iu nil the Suits
mode by Johnston & Sto
rey. Mr. Storey wits for
some years one of the best
known cutters on the Coust,
consequently tho best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 Fovl Stroot
Grocery : Store
3W NU0ANU STltKET,
Between Hotel and King Strvet, next to
otel and KlncStr
GKEO jVlIN JL YlvE
Hns opened a I'lrsf-class Grocery Store
as nliove. Ho will keep always on band
the liest and Freshest
American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his best to please el
Purchases delivered to nil imrts
of the City.
1-u.tia.al Tolaplxono 257.
C H. COXi21.I3tTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenders, Dashes, Storm Aprons, Ktc,
at Lowest Possible Prlcos, and
Workmanship of tho liest.
I use First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer o! all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Street near Maunakca.
p. o. uox m
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sis.
By Every Rtfamer from 8n
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
Balmon, Poultry, Etc., Etc.
M. T. DONNELL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFAOTCItEIl
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. 0. Hall .t Sou, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive nrouipt attention.
A. Kemaily Hotel.
Per Day 2
Per Week XYi
SrECIAL MONTHLY RUES.
The Hest of Attendance, the llefit Situation
and the Fluent Meals In the City.