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EVENING UULLETIN, AUGUST 20, 180C.
Tho exhibition by thoMom
bers of tho Kilohana Art
League 1ms given decorative
art an impetus such as has not
been felt for years. The China
painting fad has reached us
and some handsome specimens
were shown in tho art rooms.
The material for doing tho
work camo from us and wo
now havo in stock an elegant
assortment of Lacroix lubo
Colors and Brushes, Burnishers
Stipplers used in this class of
work. Our ctock is complete
with tho finest assortment of
colors, brushes, canvas and
frames for art work.
Elegant show rooms and
goods new. Prices about as
cheap as you over heard of.
ic Pacific Hardware Co.
By A. Maiujuks.
Enrron Bulletin:- In thoovont
of ill is city boimj subjectod to n
visitation of Asiatio oltolcra, it 1b
noccssary for CToryono to havo n
clear idea of tho disonso. And,
ns hi ninny ensos, a fuvornblo out
oomo depends nenrly ontiroly on
tho nnturo mid promptness of Mio
fir.Bt rcmodinl assistance, given
upon tho onrliost intimntioii of
tho attnok, it is tho duty of tho
medical authorities to giyo tho
public somo cloar iuBtructionson
tho maltor. But, us our Board
of Honlth and physicians, up to
dato, soom too busy to attond to
this, I havo considered it a duty
I owo to my fellow-citizons, to
prpsont thorn a brief notoof what
I know about it, from having boon
four timos through choleraic
As a first point, outside of tho
direct contagion through contnot
with contaminated porsous.clothes
and morchandiso from a plnoo
whore Asiatic cholera is provalout
it is a rathor ruro thing for this
disonso to tako a hold in any
place where preliminary atmos
phorio and sanitary circumstance!)
do not oxist, of suoh a nature as
to favor and call for its invasion.
Thus, through peculiar atmos
pheric or oloctric conditions, gen
erally characterized by a relative
dnfioieucy of ozono in tho air, or
through sanitary ones character
ized by a gonerul prodisposition to
serious stomach and bowol
troubles, which muy ofton pro
vail only in somo circumscribed
Bpot of a country or oven of a
town, I havo soon placos, isolat
ed villagos with apparently no
ouuse for oontngion, no commu
nication with infoctod sourcos,
striokon down with tho rapidity of
lightning, two or thrso hundred
cases developing in twenty-four
hours. Now things aro not so
bad as tbut in Honolulu, though
I regrot to say that I bolievo this
town has boon, for tho past month
or so, iu what I would call a
choleraio prodisposition, both oli
matic and sanitary. But whi'o
this may inoreaso the danger in c.ibo
of a real invasion from abroad,
it must also give us tho comfort
able assura ico that vory many
intestinal and gastric troubles
prtvalent bt-fore and since tho ar
rival of tho Bolgic, havo absolute
ly nothing to do with Asiatic cho
l'ra, though they may seem quite
similar in some respects. This
will merely show tho necessity for
every ono to oarefully attond to
his hoalth, and to put his "liome
in healthy conditions but without
undue foar; watch thon attentive
ly overy deraugemont of the
stomach, but do not jump, at tho
first manifestation of ilatulenco,
colic or indigestion, to the conclu
sion that it must bo oholora.
A second important point is
that Asiatio cholera, like all other
virulent diseases, only ravages
conveiiiout fields, i. o. bodies pre
pared for tho propagation of its
germs. " Thus tho predisposing
influences aro: exposure to exhal
ations from dooaying vogetablo
and animal mattor, roaidonco in
low, damp, durk, ill-vontilated
dwellings, intemporanco in outing
or drinking, especially unwhole
some, indigestible food, unripe,
co'd. orudo fruits and vegetables,
Buddonly suppressed porspiration,
iced drinks when overhoated, all
dorangomonts or weakness of tho
digostivo organs, sexual cxoobsos
and all sudden montal emotions,
anger and fear ospooially. By
keeping carefully guarded against
such conditions, two-thirds of tho
dungors of contagion aro avoided,
leaving only tho natural ono of
transmission through contact or
inhalation, or more proporly
through ingestion of the gormu
oinaiiiitingjfrom tho various evacu
ations of parsons attacked by tho
(To It Continued,)
(Veil U, 8, Juurml n UfUciiu.)
luu without duubi mU4 ic ruiul uion run tliim
lmv liwirclnf f ir til M) urlnjliiiicuiu. bjf lilui,
nnnU m Itli I r Mill ul lilt lwlul wiip, (n Iv
inn. W 4 lif tuiuuf wIiuImv bhi Ik JJm,
Pwf. w, n. j'KEUtf, r. ,, i w hi., km vw.
will tell you
it ia the
20 lbs. W
FOK BALK DY THB
HOLLISTER DRUG CO., L'D,
Acents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
Pomlar Tonics of h ly.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population as
any place wo know of and
they're good machinists too, mon
who can tako a steel rod and with
the assistanco of a latho fashion it
into parts for tho most intricato
machinory for an ongino. To do
this, of course, requiros a know
ledge of tools as woll as tho hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most comploto
assortment of machinists, tools iu
tho city. Look at thom and you
will find thoy aro all of first
quality (tho prico will give you
the impression that thoy aro
thirds) every ono of them shining
liko an African's heol. Tho as
sortment consists of hammers all
sizes and shapes from tho cuto
little ono used by tho jowollors to
tho heavy ono which tho boiler
maker uses in riveting tho steel
plates togothor. Thon wo havo
tho Handy Pipo Wrouch, a new
dovico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convenient ono evon
in tho houso where nono of tho
occupants are machinists. Hand
vises for machinists can bo had
of us in every size manufactured,
so can Pipo Vises and Cold
Chisels. Wo havo overy thing
used by metal workers in their
Thon wo havo a stock of car
penters wood working tools
second to uono in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for u tool used by a carpenter
that wo do not havo in stook.
Another thing you may bo in or
ested in is an axe that will hold
its edgo a now thing in axos and
something every ono ncods about
Bird cages have beon mention
ed in another paper; just horo wo
will sny that tho stock wo carry
E. O. Hall Son.
Fort & King Streets.
128 & 180 FORT STIIEET.
BlsLCsmiibing in All Us Branches.
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Painting, etc., etc,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WIL1UUT, l'ropnotor.
(BucccBBor to G. West.)
Our Stock of Summor Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on tho
Honolulu innrkot, and con
bibtH of ovorything Useful
and Onuuuoutal, Our prices
are moderate Jewelry in
wpocial do8ljii8 manufactur
ed lu order on wlioil notice,
H. HACKELD & CO.
Havo just rocoivod a new Supply of tho
Celebrated "Danish Beer"
Of tho following Brands :
Also, Just to hand a largo consignment of
Genuine Bavarian Hops!
P. O. BOX 10
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.,
MUVM MJtU VUI.HI HI
Groceries, - Provisions -and - Feed.
Ntw VoodM BlT.d by Brery Pwlcet from th lU.Um flute, and aorop
mxau . OALIFOBNIA PRODUCE BY KVEBY - STEA1UCB.
All (Mm WtUttaM to ,ggd. P.llT.r.a . ,,
l. 0 Sonorrm Sawmotio IvAMimm,
'" OOKHH JTORX AXD KINQ BTBUBTt,
Don't Make a Mistake!
: Tho oldest, best and cheapest furniture storo
in the citv was established bv tho vnfnrnn fnmi.
turo dealer and undertaker, Mr. C. E. Williams
m icoy, ana is now conducted by lntn and his
oldest son Ed. A. Williams at Gil King St.
We wish to notify our natrons and flm nnhltn
:genorally that wo have no connection whatever
viwi uuy uniui lunuturu ana unaercaKing estab
lishment in Honolulu.
O. E. Williams
Ed. A. Williams.
Gil Kino St.
P- 0. Box 480.
Tki-kpho i i -Mutual
THE CHEAPEST PLACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
.IS AT THE
King & Nuuanu Sts.
Ribbons and Laces,
Ladies Corsets and Hosiery,
Ohildrens Lace and
These Goods aro newly imported and tho Prico is reasonable.
M. S. LEVY
To Whom it May Concern.
C. E. Williams and son, 611 King St. near Fort, havo
no branch houso and no connection whatever with any
other undertaking establishment or Furniture Store 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 the body and no par
tial Embalming, and romombur that wo have but one
storo and that is Located at 01 1 King St., tho members
of tho linn aro C, Ji, WillmniH, who ewtobllBliod tho
buHiimm in lBfit), and liis oldest son Ed. A. Williams,
0. 33, WILLIAMS Sc SON.
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