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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 16, 1895.
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Held a Long and Interesting
The first business before the
Board of Health at its regular meet
ing yesterday was the application
of a Chinaman for a license to
Binoko opium. This was denied but
the opium will bo smoked all the
Next camo Deputy Marshal
Brown who requested the Board to
take some action in the matter of
Japanese prostitutes and suggested
they should be confined to a cer
tain part of the city where the po
lice could watch them. After a
general discussion on tho mattor
the Board decided to leave the mat
tor into the hands of tho Marshal
for tho present.
. Dr. Herbert's quarterly report
on the Insane Asylum was present
ed, and being of more than ordinary
interest, is published in full:
' There are on tho list of inmates
8G names whoso differont forms of
diBoase may bo classified as follows:
M jSSl;:. :.;.:::. S
Acute Demontia 5
Dipsomania 1 .
, Imbecilo 3
Opium Habit 2
Not Insane at Present 3
Tho general health of the estab
lishment has been good, tho mortal
ity small. Tho number of patients
increased, causing an increased de
mand on funds, etc. It will bo
noticed by glancing' at the list
showing nationality, etc., that the
largo majority of patients are Chi
nese, Hawaiian and Portuguese, in
that order. Tho percentage to
thoir nationality being as follows:
About res. pop. Inmates
Chinese 15,000 21
Hawaiians 35,000 25
Portuguese. . . 3,000 15
Most of those committed havo
been some yoars resident in the
The utmost caro is taken to keop
the wards and colls scrupulously
clean, which is a much more diffi
cult proceeding than might appear
to any one not familiar with tho
ways and whims of these poor af
flicted. Tho keepers have watches
of oight hours at a timo, and each
now watch sees that tho keepers be
fore them havo left their wards
clean and in good order.
Good filters have been supplied
and an effort made to prevent tho
inmates from drinking other than
filtered water. Their meals, which
are excellent, aro served at the lol
lowing times and consist of:
Breakfast, 6:30 a. in. Boiled
beef, rice, tare, stow, tea and bread, I
salmon threo times a week for a
Dinner, 11:15 a. in. Boiled,
roast or stowed boof or mutton, rice
and tare, with pork and beans on
Supper, 4:45 p. m. Fruit, ono
quarter loaf of bread, cold meat,
Balmon, stew or moat balls.
All inmates who are accustomed
to their food served more delicately,
and can appreciate it, have their
meals furnished from the Assistant
It is with great pleasure we watch
tho '.progress of the new Woman's
' Department, so Borely needed, and
as soon as it is completed we shall
have to tear down the coIIb (eight
in numbor) constituting tho wing
in rear of Ward 3, and rebuild
them. Tho woodwork ib all rotton
and sodden, making it positively
dangorous to the health of thoso
confinod thorein. We only use
them now in case of actual neces-sity.
A number of tho inmates aro
working some in tho tare lands,
some Jn the kitchen, and others
around tho buildings and grounds,
but many and tho majority spend
day after day in tho same place,
and many in tho Bamo position
waiting solely for their meals and
night to como round again. Thoy
seo littlo beyond their whito fence
enclosure, inside of which most of
them aro doomed to spend tho rest
of their unfortunato existence; and
how surely it is our duty to make
these grounds as bright and cheer
ful as we can. It is, in fact, tho
first detail in the treatment of
theso people to havo them content
ed and pleased with their place of
detention, particularly in acuto
phaseB of tho disease, when it will
in itself bo conducive to tho return
of health and reason.
To do this, to keep tho grounds
in good order, to build some extra
colls in tho place of thoso behind
Ward 3, and to provide extra at
tendants for the new accommoda
tions, will necessitate extra pro
vision being made by tho Board,
who, I trust, will exert liberality
in tho matter.
Tho report was accepted and tho
Superintendent of Public Works
ordered to examine premises and
report on the cost of proposed im
The President of tho Board
stated that in response to invita
tations heretofore issued that a
numbor of physicians from the
other islands would bo on hand
next week and accompany tho
board to Molokai.
Tho next meeting of the board
will bo held in the room now occu
pied by tho Labor Commission, tho
present quarters boing too small.
After transacting tho usual rou
tine business the board adjourned
until next Thursday.
lira. Judge- Pcch
Mrs. Judge Pock Tolls How
Sho Was Cured
Budereri from Uyspcpila should read tho fol
lowing letter from Mrs. 11. ill. Peck, wife ol
judge Teclc, a Justice at Tracy, Cat., and a. writer
connected with the Asiocl&ted Press t i
"Bjr a deep senso ot gratltudo for the great
benefit I hare received from the use of Hood's
Barsaparllla, I have been led to wrlto Uio follow
ing statement for the boneut of sufferers who
may be similarly afflicted. For 15 years 1 hare
been a great sufferer from dyspepsia and
Almost rerythlng I ato would distress me. I
tried different treatments and medicines, but
failed to realize relief. Two years aro a friend
prevailed upon me to try Hood's Barsaparllla.
The first bottle I noticed helped me, so I con
tinued taklnR It It did mo so much good that
my friends spoke of the Improvement I havo
received such great benefit from it that
Gladly Recommend It.
I now havo an excellent appetite and nothing I
eat ever distresses me. It also keeps up mj
flesh and strength. I cannot praise nood's
Barsaparlllt too much." Mus. 11. M. Puck.
Tracy, California, (let HOOU'H.
Hood's Pills aro ban made, and perfect
In proportion and appearance. 15c. a box.
Hobron Drag Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
AT THE ANCHOR
Oauor Brunnon 1
Fredericksburg Beer I
Straight and Mixed Drinks
Of All Kinds and Best Quality,
Southwest Corner King & Nuunu 8U.
TV now prepared to repair Garden Hose,
Sprinklers, Water Tap, fit". Haw Filing
and all kind of Tools shirnrned, Inolud
trig (Isrvlng Knives ar.n boU.ors; Lawn
Mnern a srxKiIaitv: also Botllnc Qiaos: in
fact ali kinds of Jobbing. Work nailed for
out tumed King up 852 Mutual Tel.
There io no one in the world
bo cheerful as a woman who
knows she has on a pretty
CAPE. CAPE, CAPE.
Nowhere will you ee such
it colli ction, such a varit ty, as
Tho siylcs nrc elegnnce it
self, while the pi ices are bo
"cgulated that those of the
most slender menus cai- keep
well within tho runge of
fashion. These Capes will
add grace and beauty to any
form, and soften 8nd refine
the figure that knows how to
grow old gracefully.
Never before were rve bet
ter equipped to supply you
with Shirtwaists, wo aro
strictly in it and ho will you
be f you pure1 ' ' "f"nig.
Easy and comfortable, they
always look well, wo have an
endless variety of patterns to
pick from. Look at them.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
JXJhh linb or -
S1U and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Linen and Crape Shirts
-OF OOMPLKTH 8TOOK-
Made by Yamatoya of Yokohama.
JsaT- When you are in need of any line
vt Japanese Goods, give us first call and
Te jrolnu all aronnd town.
aOO 3Tort Ot xxaaur Oiwtam IXnux
Fort, near Hotel Bta.
Ohas. J. MoOabtut, - Manager.
Popular Brands of Straight QoodB
ALWATS ON IIAttD.
Try the Great Appetiser Tn Bbowkis
Oocitail a specialty with this resort.
DIFOT OF THK
Famous "Wleland Lager Boor
Dr. MEBIG & CO.
Special Doctun for Chronic
Private and Hailing
i n utieairi.
Dr. Ltebig's Invldorator the greatest re
medy for Btimluul Weakness, Loss of Man
IickkJ and Private Dief aseB, overcomes Prt
maturcness and prepares all for marriage
life's dntbts. pleasures and nsjon8tblllUes.
II trial bottle given or sent free to any one
("eogrlbliig symptoms: call or address 400
Geary St., private entrance 406 Mason Bt.
Ban Krannisno, lllS-33 1v
If you art ut of BUI Ileadt, Letter
Ileadt, tie,, m can tuvply them.
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ELEVENTH ANNUAL MBBTHf
JUJSE, 11, 1895.
RACES TO COMMENCE AT 10
A. M. SHARP.
1st BICYCLE RACE.
Prize: Meda', valued at $20. En
trnro foe 11.50. 1 mllodash. Freeor
2d BICYCLE RACE.
Prize: Medal, valued at fSO. En
tranco fee $1.60. 5 mllodash. Freefor
3d HONOLULU PURSE, $200.
Running Raco; mile dash. Free for
4th MERCHANTS' PURSE, $200.
Trotting and Pacing, to Harness: 2:40
Olasa ; mile heats, 3 in 5. Free for all.
5th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP,
Running Race; lmilo daah. Free for
all. Winner of Cup to beat record of
Angle A (l:t5J4) and receive 50 extra.
Gth-KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Trotting and Pacing, to Harness; mils
heats, 3 in 5. Frco for all.
7th OCEANIC S. S. CO.'S CUP,
Running Race; mile dash. Hawaii
6tfa PONY RACE, PURSE $100.
1 mllo dash, for all Ponies 14 hands or
9th KALAKAUA CUP PURSE,
Running Race; lmilo dash, for Hawaii,
an Bred Horses owned by members of
the Chib "Winner to accept $100 In
lieu of Cup.
Cap becomes the property of tho person
winning it twio. Bhoalrt the pern n
who has won it once and again this
meeting, ho wl 1 reoeivo In lln of Cup
J1W, togetbor with S150 added Win
ner of Gap first time will receive $160
and credit for one race.
10th JOCKEY CLUB PURSE,
2:60 Class; mllo heats, 2 in 3. Free for
11th PRESIDENT WIDE
MANN'S CUP, flGO ADDED.
Running Race, 1) mile dash. Freo
All entries aro to bo made with
the Seoretary before '1 HURSDAY, .luno 0,
1895 Kntranco fees to bo TO per cent, of
purse, unless othrrwi-e tpecllitd.
r- All Races to b run or trotted
ander tho rules of the Hawaiian Jockey
Dlfb. " ,
KW All Horses aro expected to start,
atriess withdrawn by 0 o'clock a. m. on
Juno 10, 1805
Qene'al Admission SOConts
Qrand Stand (Kxtrx) . . 50(Vnts and $i
Carriages (insult o course) each $2.60
Quarter Stretch Undgf e . . . $5
S. W. WILDER,
Secretary Huuailan Joikey Club.
11 Chance for Horsemen
1 Latest Improved Frailer Sulky
With Pneumatic Wheels. Also,
1 Set Ball Bearing High Wheala.
Ml in First-class Order. Inquire of
13a-U O. W. MAOFARLANB.
Corner Nuaanu and Hotel Bta.
H. N. REQUA, Manage)
Choice Wines, Liquors, Ales,
PORTERS, ETC., ON DRAUGHT.
Half and Half on Draught
Hand-made Sour Hasb
f& " xyV
A COLD WATER PAH
For INSIDE Work on . .
Factories and Public Bnildin
It is a dry powder which can
prepared for uso by simply stirri
in COLD WATER and can bo
olied by anyone and will always p
luco good work.
It is VERY WHITE, extromoly
icctivo and hardens on a wall 1
(tone and will take any (int.
It will laBt for years, and is l
ilTected by gases.
Ono coat covors bettor than t
ioats of oil paint or whitewash.
It can bo used on any surfaco a
'or all classes of work, oven for i
It will not rub, scalo or crack, i
vill it soften with age or discolor.
It will not set in Iho mixing vesi
n fact it improves by standing a i
It can bo used to good advanti
ver old whitewash without scrapi
IT DRIES OUT WHITE AFT.
It is cheaper than whitewash, du
Is is supplied in barrels from 3
-.o 400 lbs., also in boxes of 100,
ind 25 pounds.
This is for OUTSIDE Work
Such as Fences, Outbuildings t
Laborer's Quarters. It is a th
pasto to bo diluted with cold wat
Hands rain and exposuro as well
oil paint, and costs but a fraction
much. It is Arc-resisting as it o
tains no oil, and has no equal a
light reflector in dark basemoi
damp cellars and similar places,
ts supplied in colors.
.... FOR SALE BY ... .
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islai
will tell 3
It la the
FOR BALK BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG GO., L
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Regan Vapor & Pacific Gas
Engines (I Laicb
THB REST IN THE MARKET.
Tlj cannot be tari'nased for motll
HKNU FOR OATALOQUH-W
1085-tt Bole Agent, Nunann i(rt
20 lbs. W