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EVENING BULLETIN, AI'GUST 20, 1805.
5 Eueii)$ Bullctiij,
With ulilch l liiriiriioralril tlie
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, - - AUG. 20, 181)5.
Sinco ttio tirao ut which our
roproso itntivo took a viow of tho
dump In South street, n great
deal of pnrbnpo from nil ovor tlio
oily lina boon deposited there.
Not only Unit, but thedond horso
previously mentioned has beon
buriod on tho ground. Hitherto
tho Board of Health hns rcfusod
permission for tho burial of dond
horses in that dumping ground.
Rosidouts of tho vie nity aro in
dignant at the outrago porvorsoly
continued against thoir sanitary
well-being by tho Board of Health.
Yestordny there was a southwost
breeze provailing, and they woro
treated to siokoning etlluvia from
tho dump. Thoy aro dotorminod,
if the Board does not docido to
day to ceaso dumping garbago
there, as well as to cover up with
oarth or sand tho pre-ent deposits,
that thoy will assomblo in indig
nation meeting. If they are oom
pollod to do so, tho whole civilized
part of the town should give
countenanco to tho objoct of their
nssombly. No torms aro too
strong for condemnation of tho
conduct of tho Board, in deposit
ing tho filth seourings of tho
rost of tho city in a quaiter
of it which is not oven a dotachod
ono, as its buildings adjoin
the long-built portions of stroets
running lengthwise and croBswiBO
of tlfo city plot. This is no now
matter of complaint, eithor, for
moro than ton yeard ago a lady
owning a oottago on South streot,
. beforo tho largfl plain ou tho up
per sidi was built upon, protostod
uguinst a stablo manure deposi
tory started whore tho Board of
Health now maintains its garbago
dump. If the Board does not im
mediately abolish this its own
menace to the publio health, cho
lera oi no cholera, that body will
desorvo a title far different from
that of "tho prido of the city"
lately bostowed upon it.
Tho argus-eyed tax office poo
plo ullowod a Ohinaman to skip
the country by a late steamer who
owed something like .$800 to tho
treasury. He owed othor debts
in (own, but tho Uovorumont is
not responsible for theso.
If tho Board of Health had
haBtenod to oleanso tho town
whenever news of oholorain Japan
was heard hero, it would only have
beon doing what is usually dono
in sensiblo onmmuniiios when
thoy hear of infectious disoase in
foreign ports with which thoy
have commerce. Wo havo month
ly steamors from China and Japan,
yet when obolorn is known to be
in thoso oountrios our Board of
Health rolies for immunity on a
steamer's bill of hoalth.
Strong swimraors have often lost
thoir lives in venturing amidst
broakcrs. Tho Bciontiflo thoory
is that they inhale tho watory
froth, which ontering tho wind
pipe strangles thorn. Somo nar
row t-BoupoH have lutoly ocourred
in the Waikiki surf, and in con
to(juonco tho strongest swimmers
ought to ho careful. For tho samo
ronaon a swimmer on emerging
from a long dive, uftor Huspsnuion
of breathing to tho groutoH limit,
ought not to bo "duokod" by
Hportivoco i pinions until lie Ids
had timo to tako fresh breath.
As it is fashlonablo to ollbr
conjectures on the non-irrivul of
tho Warriinoo, wo advanco tho
theory th it tho Monowai mot and
spoko with liar, nnd that in oon
Boquonco tho Warrimoo is now
stoamL g for Fiji.
S far ns can bo loaruod, nouo
of tho alleged cases of Asiatic
cholera aoboon coit' nly trac
ed to infection comiug off tho
stea or Bolgic. Thorn uro many
di fib rent spocies of cholora, tho
mildost of whic i must not bo
trill d with. An unsu.itary town
in a hcatod term is a'n ost BUre to
havo a good deal of disonso of tho
choleraic class. Tin ro s n pos
sibility, if not a probability, that,
so far as what has alroady hap
pened is concorned, tlio Boord of
Hoalth would lmvo mor (loathe
to report this mouth if no steamer
had urrived from Japan in six
no innw CASKS.
La HI One ltoported DleH-IInrnlnc
fSarbage nt South Street.
D. M. Maulu.reportod as y trick
en with che'era on Qucon stroot
in Saturday's papor, died Into
Satm day night. Ho was about
twonty yoars of ago. Dr. Howard
invostig t-d tho caso but could
find no ev donee that tho man had
been near the Bolgic, or handled
its freight, or visitod Iwiloi.
Nohoanu, reported on Saturday
as very low nt Iwiloi, was rapidly
recovering nt noon today, accord
ing to tho report of Dr. Myors.
No now oasoB havo boon roport
Thoro is no sickness on tho
quarantined promises nt Poloula,
whore n man died of tho sickness
tho othor day.
Tho Board ot Hoalth mot nt 9
o'clock this morning and is in
session again this aftomoon. It
ordorcd the Health Oflico to bo
kopt opon day and night. Thero
is a supply of disinfootants nt tho
All mails for tho country dis
tricts aro to bo fumigated boforo
Tho garbage on the South streot
dump is boing treated with fire
for purification this afternoon.
giiaotiiek op coiaitirncE.
The Claudlue Will Not lie Sent
to San I'innclco.
At tho adjou n d mooting of
tho Chombor of Commorco on tho
question of chartering n steamor
to ro to tho Goast immediately,
hold this morning, the committee
appointed on Saturday reported
that tho Glaudino was nvailnblo
nnd could be had nt nn hour or
two's notico at tho rate of 400
per day. The committoo also ro
ported that subscriptions in aid of
tho project had boon promised to
tho extent of $-1000.
In considering tho matter tho
Chamber enmo to tho conclusion
that nothing could bo gniuod by
sending tho Olaudino.as sho could
only report another doath from
cholera sinco tho Monowai loft
and could tako no assurance that
tho oity was or would bo froo
In tho All Comors' match F. B.
Damon still holds tho lend with
u sooro of 47 out of a possible 50.
J. L. McLean comes second with
45 and P. H. Burnott third with
In the Citizens' match Sam
Johnson took first plaoi with 21
out of a possible 25, J. Cassidy
ooming noxt with 23. Four others
havo niado 22,
Both matches remain opon for
competition noxt Saturday,
The is'and stoaraora, loing rr.
derd to tako no freight, rofuco to
curry d Mil foot a nt j lor tlio Gjv-
NAILINd or tiii: IWN,
Ofllrlal i:iii1orinnl On raplnlii
Tlioinpftoii'a lllll of Health.
Tho bark S. O. Allon got away
for San Francisco shortly boforo
two o'clock this afternoon. Her
list of paBSongors and freight
shipmonts will bo found in an
Tho following was tho ondorso
mout on tho Bill of Health furn
ished Onpt tin Thompson by tho
Customs oflico :
" And 1 further certify that
thoro have been six cases of
cholora, fivo of whom havo died,
but that no now cases havo occur
red sinco August 24th, 1895 "
(Signed) "K. B. McStockeu"
" Deputy Collector Port of Ho
nolulu, Hawaiian Islands."
A mail was forwarded by tho S.
O Allon today.
Attention is callod to the adv.
of the Lyourgus Lodging Houbo
nnd Olaa Restaurant at Hilo.
Honsoholdfurnituro will bo sold
at tho rosidonco of M. 1). Monsar
rat, by Jus. F. Morgan at 10
o'clock on Wodnosday.
Mattors nt tho old fish market
havo resumed thoir normal bs
poct, and tho sale of fish nnd mont
was going on as usual today, as
well as an exciting gamo of cards
in one of tho stalls nl tho Ewa
end. Tho only complaint to tho
reporter concerning the recent
visitation of tho Board of Hoalth's
disinfooting officors and political
prisonors was mndo by tho old
club-footod goat who occupied a
stall adjacont to tho ono in whioh
tho card playing was going on,
and ho said that tho lime whioh
has boon so freoly sprinklod
about ado his feet sore.
By Jas. P. Morgan.
On Wednesday, Atig. 28th,
At 10 O'clock A. M.,
At tho residenco of M. D. MONSAIUUT,
Esq., Union Street, I will Hell at Public
Auotion, Household FurniUiro, comprising
BLACK WALNUT UPHOLSTERED PARLOR SET,
Centre nnd Sofa Bags, Lrge Plato Glass
Mirror, a fino
Collection of Photographs
of Island views, Black Walnut
Bed stoad, B. W. llureaus and
Wasbstand, Chiffonier, Hair
and Spring Mattresses, B. W.
Extension Dining Table. , . .
B. W. Sideboard, Dining Room Chairs,
Glasa and Platod Ware,
Decorated Dinner andTea Sets,
Stove nnd Kitchen Utonsils,
Gnrney Ilofrigorator, Meat safe,
PalniB and Ferns, etc, etc.
James P. Morgan,
ALL PEBSONS INDEBTED TO THE
undersigned for 00 days or over are re
quested to niako immediate settlement.
Thosanot complying by Sent. ICtb, will
havo their accounts placed iu tha hands of
an attorney for oollectlou.
A. It. KOWAT,
8-td D. V. B.
HARNESS and SADDLERY.
ON ACCOUNT OP THE UNDEBSIGNED
retiring from buslnoss, ami in order to
cloio out the Stock, opportunity is now
offered to tho publio and uptuthe Jlitday of
August to purchase tho following ut vary
low rates i Hots of llaruesgj Baddies; Brl
dies; Halters, Carriogo Whips) Lap
Hobcj do., etc.
W. E. FOSTER,
By M. V, Uolluson, his attorney in fact.
All l'inihONH ini)i:iiti:i) to the un
dcmlgiioil nru idijuiutcil to mlllo the
kuiuii on or liufwe Huiitmiilwr I, IKBfl.
, , OlimVAY I'OKTKIt,
Honolulu, Aug. J'.', '03. l'unilturo Dealers.
The Tribune is a new bi
cycle which we are introduc
ing to the Honolulu public.
There is probably no piece of
machinery, except a watch,
where outside appearances can
cover as vast a difference in
quality as a bicycle. A wheel
may be built to look all right
as far as outside looks go, for
a comparatively small cost, but
it is difficult to judge whether
a frame has one coat of ena
mel of four, or whether the
plated parts have been run in
nickel fifteen minutes or three
hours. Also in the mechanical
work it is not easy to tell when
looking at a finished bicycle
whether the cones and bearing
posts are drilled, tapped and
iormed in one operation and
used in the shape they come
from the first screw machine,
or whether they are first formed
over size and then finished to
guage on hardened arbors at
several times the cost. Of this
latter class is the Tribune.
The purchaser of a Tribune
may feel assured that he has
got the finest bicycle in both
design, quality and finish that
good machinery and experience
All Tribune wheels are fitted
with the Cycloidal Sprocket,
patended. Any good me
chanic knows that a gearwheel
with teeth wrongly shaped,
will not drive machinery pro
perly and that the slighted va
riation from the correct form
will cause friction and conse
quent wear. The object of the
Cycloidal Sprocket is to re
move this useless friction and
cause the chain to drive as
freely as the running of ball
The advantage of the Cy
cloidal Sprocket over other
kinds is apparent when the
rider is climbing a hill or for
cing his wheel rapidly on an
up grade or against a head
wind, as a saving of 1 5 per
cent in the power is guaran
teed by its use.
We saw a little sawed-ofT
individual trying to climb the
Victoria street hill the other
day on his wheel but he
couldn't make it. He only
came near enough to it to cause
him to lose his temper. The
fifteen per cent extra power
given by the Cycloidal Sprocket
would have enabled him to
have ridden up that and similar
Bicycle riders are invited to
call and examine this new
labor-saving invention. It will
cost them nothing.
While we are on the subject
of bicycles it may not be amiss
to say that there are wheels
within wheels, and one of
them is the Gate City Stone
Filter. With this filter in the
house, the boiling of water is
not necessary to protect the
household from cholera bacilli,
microbes and other wriggling
things too horrible to think of
aud about which the learned
physicians disagree and dis
pute. We have a large Stock of
the Gate City Filters on hand.
They are reliable and cheap,
and we guarantee them to
eradicate all microbes and im
purities of any kind.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co, Ltd.
MOW KtOHTW WRBS10',
. . . . SUNDAYS.
Trains n 111 leave Honolulu nt 0:15 a.m , nnd
1:4.1 p.m. JteUmilni: will arrive In Honolulu
at 3:11 p.m. and 5:5j p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Olasa ,$i 75
2nd Class, 1 25
F. O. Smith,
Gon'l Pass, and Ticket Agont.
THE N. II.
To save plants, flowers, trees, etc., from
the destruction of limpets, you will do well
to communicate with tho undorsignod as ho
manufactures a Pnro Vegotablo Compound
freo of any poisonous substances; therefore,
it docs not kill tho insects, but keeps tho
samo off the plants, and will not iuiuro tho
plauta or fruits. "Roses," "Grapci," etc,
win not suiicr any longer nut grow licaltny
and pretty by tho use of tho Compound and
to convlnco tho public of its success, I shall
perform a trial order or application without
Liliha streot, near School.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd Mnnngcr
Olnua Spreokols, - - - Vice-President
W. M. Giflnrd, - Secrolnry nnd Trcnsnror
Tlieo. O. Porter, Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN F1UNOISCO. OAL.
H. E. Walker, Esq.
Agent "CLEVELAND BICYCLES."
Dkak Bm: It is'a pleasure to be able to
add my praise to the justly renowned
merits of tho CLEVELAND BICYCLES. I
have ridden a CLEVELAND for moro than
a year, aud havo never had occasion to find
tho slightest fault with its Mechanism or
Stability. I heartily recommend the CLEVE
LAND to all persons who contemplate tho
purchaso of a good wheel. Sinceroly yours,
ItEDBEN A. DEXTEK.
H. E. Walker,
Wledeiros $ Co,
Hotel Street, Arlington
n i t tiWni,iFTtiSfrk
r?yal 99 - i S'lSitm9tlVitW r fm
and wo offer suits and trousora at
prices Unit will bo within tlio roach
of ovorybody, Wo carry a soloot
stock of goods, and guaranteo n
iisrfoot (It and firHt oIubs work,
llioso who roally doslro to bo
drosHod nontly and witty, and
cannot afford to spond much
monoy on thoir olothps will do
woll fn calling nt our storo boforo