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Tho oxhibition by thoMem
torrf of tho Ivifolmna Art
Laaguo has given decorative
Alt (111 itnpOtllH HIK'l) IIH llllH not
Itoon folt tor yon m. Tho Cliinii
painting fnd has reached uh
aikI some handsome specimens
wcio shown in tho nrt rooniH.
Tho material for doing tho
work cnnio from us nud wo
now liuvo in stock nn clognnt
assortment of Lneroix Tubo
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplcrs used in this clnss of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas nnd
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods new. Prices about ns
aheap as you over heard of.
le Pacific Hardware Co.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH,
itr.ti'i.r ui' vi.ri:itin'!i '0.
I' Kit KM It! WITH IIYftlfllANft.
Hnuc to llntiDP IliM'Tllnii Tlirntiuli
out tlifl t'llr " IIml,NIte
utriil la I'oimiil mill.
A I tho mooting of tho Board of
I lunllli yostonlay nftornoon, tho
following physicians attended
with tnomhors: Drs. McOrow,
McKlbbin, BtniiRonwnltl, llorbort,
Cooper, Smith, Myers, Surmatin,
Wayson, tlownrd nud Murray.
Ministers King niul Hatch, W.
T. Monsnrrat, V. S., nud Senator
McCanclloeH woro also in attund
anco. President W. 0. Smith slated
that tho Board dosirod tho opinion
of physicians on tho sicknoss in
town, of which two now casos had
dovolopod that day.
Dr. Myora reported having
visitod Iwiloi, whoro tlio first cases
woro fouud, along with C. B. Rey
nolds, oxocuUto officer of tho
Board. Thoy found tho housos
cleanly, and by direction of tho
doctor all tho rubbish about tho
plaoo was burnod.
Aftor an examination of spooi
meiiB tho doctors wcro askod for
their opinions. Drd. McGrow,
Surmunn, Stangonwald and Mc
Kibbin woro all against tho sick
noss boing oholorn. It was
agrood, howovor, that all cobos of
bowel complaint should bo care
Nobody not having direct busi
ness with the steamor Monowai
will bo allowed to go on tho wharf
whon bIio arrives.
Artesian water was to bo turn
ed oi, and rosorvoir wator shut
oil, tho mains today.
Tho Board has mado tho fol
lowing statomont to the Unitod
Honolulu, H. I., August 21, 1895.
Official Statement of tho Hawai
ian Board of Hoalth to tho
United Srntos Consul Gonoral
Tho steamer Bolgtc arrived at
this port on August 7th, olovon
and ono-half days from Yokoha
ma, having on board for this port
538 Ohineso immigrants. Sho
reported throo deaths on tho voy
age, giving as canses of death,
pneumonia jn ono caso and heart
disease in two ensos.
Tho Chinese woro landed in
quarantine, ono man boing siok
with gastro-intostinal disturbance
at tho time. Ho died tho day af
tor being landed. Two othor casos
of gaBtro - intestinal disturbance
dovoloped tho day tho first oaBO
died. Of thoso ono recovered, and
the other, an old man, died of ex
haustion four days lator. Ono
young Chinaman bocamo sick the
third day after landing and died
tho following day.
All these oases prosontod tho
symptoms of gastro-ontoritis, and
wore considered cholera morbus.
No other suspioious cases havo
devolopod since tho last oaso
which died August 16th.
Fivo oases of cholera morbus,
with ono death, havo dovelopod
in Iwiloi, Honolulu, since Sunday
William O. Smith,
President Board of Hoalth.
Officers of tho Board aro mak
ing a spooial inspection of dwoll
ing places, and tho public are
requested to act as follows:
1. To render all assistunoo to
the agenti of tho Board.
2. To obey the instructions of
tho health agouts.
3. To put drains, cesspools,
privy-vaults aud other receptacles
of rofuse in good sanitary condi
tion. 4. To havo all garbago and
other decaying rofuso promptly
removed, and all siurces of nox
ious sinoll disinfected. Chlorido
of limo is a choap as woll as good
disinfectant. Carbolio aoid is
also au offeotive purifior throo
tublo-spooufuls to u gallon of hot
wator, woll stirrod.
(From U, 8. Journal 1 UidUiiu.)
I'rof, W,IU'ik,wlio mk (ptcUlt; of EpHepij,
liu without duubt tasted and cured more ciin lln
tin! ulili a lru liottloof liu nb.olulecmti, frte lit
ny iutfiircr wliu uiajr tud llirlr I'.O, tud I'.ipruu Ad
dnM. Wo drU iuuu wltktriK t cur lotitnu,
Viol, W, JI. J'KliK V., Y, l i CuJr til, Nw Ywk.
will tell you
It Is the
20 lbs. &
FOR BALK BY THK
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Acunts for (he HawalUn Islauds.
FoDDlar Tics of ito Bay.
Honolulu has ns many machin
ists considering tho population ns
any place wo know of and
thoy'ro good machinists too, mon
who can tako a steol rod and with
tho assistanco of a latho fashion it
into parts for tho most intricate
machinery for an engine To do
this, of course, requires a know
lodge of tools as woll as the hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most completo
assortmont of machinists, tools in
tho city. Look at thom and you
will find thoy aro all of first
quality (tho price will givo you
the impression that thoy aro
thirds) every one of them Hhining
liko an African's heol. The ns
sortmont consists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho cute
little ono used by tho jowollors to
tho heavy ono whioli tho boiler
makor uses in rivoting tho stoel
plates togothor. Then wo havo
tho Handy Pipe "Wrench, a new
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a oonvoniont ono even
in tho houso where nono of tho
occupants aro machinists. Hand
visos for machinists can bo had
of us in overy sizo manufactured,
so can Pipo Vises aud Cold
Chisels. Wo havo ovory thing
used by metal workers in thoir
Then we havo a stook of car
pontors wood working tools
second to nono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for a tool used by a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you mny bo in cr
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edge a new thing in axes and
something overy one neods about
Bird cages bavo beon mention
ed in another paper; jnst horo wo
will say that tho stock we carry
E. O. Hall & Son.
Fort & Klnsr Streets.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
Blacksmithin in All Its Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in -Building,
Trimming, Painting, etc., eta,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WIILUHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to Q. West)
Our Stock of Spring Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Usoful
and Ornamontsil. Our prices
aro moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice,
H. HACKELD & CO.
Havo just rocoivnd n now Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
P. O. BOX 1M
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
utronus and dialsm n
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Htw flood Beoalred by awry Poket from the KuUm Statu and Borop.
rBESH - OALIFOBNIA - PBODUOE - BY - BVEBY - STSA1CXB.
y attended to and Goodi
rart of the City rKHB.
AU Ordin faithfully attended to and Goodi imiTtred ta an
Kin 0H1 SotlCOTD. SABWAOnO ftftUUMTOT
a 00SNBK rOSX AMD KIHQ BTKMTS,
J. S. "WALKER,
QejIel qEHT F THE Hwiim Islands
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, LIVERPOOL,
ALLIANCE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF LONDON,
ALLANOEMARINK & GEN. ASSURANCE CO. OF LONDON
SUN INSURANCE COMPANY, SAr! FRANCISCO.
WILHELMA OF MAGDEBURG GENERAL INSURANCE CO
NORTHWESTERN M. LIFE INS. CO., MILWAUKEE,
SUN LIFE INS. CO. OF CANADA,
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE RISKS,
TAKEN at REASONABLE RATES.
Rooms 12 SPREOKELS BLOOK Honolulu, H. I.
P. O. Box 480.
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Childrens Lace and
These Goods aro newly imported and tho Price is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. Williams and son, CI I King St. near Fort, havo
no branch houso and no connection whatovor with any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Storo in
tho City. Embalming under tho personal supervision
of Mr. Ed. A. Williams, a Graduate from tho Clark
School of Embalming of 1894.
Mr. Williams employs tho latest and best method
known to science, no mutilation of tho body and no par
tial Embalming, and remember that wo havo but ono
storo and that is Located at 01 1 King St., tho meinbors
of tho firm aro 0. JS. Williams, who established tho
business in IBM), and his eldest son Ed. A, Williams,
C. E. WILLIAMS & BON.
Oil K, St,
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