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J4VKNIN0 BULLETIN, AtMUBT ill, 1806,
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RBQULAT10NS OF BOARD OP
1. From and aftor thin ditto
nil porfoim ii ro forbidden to uhu
any wutor from tliu Ninnnm
Htrouni, or Honolulu harbor, or
from tho bathing in euid utiuain
or liurlnr, from throwing any
thing, liquid or Holid, into Haiti
stiPiini or hnrbor, or pormitting
nny liquid or dm inn no flowing
into mud stream or hnrbor.
'J. Tho hiIo, in tho District of
Honolulu, of fUli, flholl fish or
unv iroduct of tlio sea is prohi
bited. !!. Until further orders no pus
Hengor or freight will bo allowed
to bo convoyed from tho IhIuiuI of
Oaliu to any othor island of tho
group. f .
4. .No letters or mail ninttor
shall bo taken from the Island of
Oahu to any othor island of the
?;roup, oxcoptingfroni thoGonerul
'ost Oflico in mail bags; no mail
raattor shall bo allowed to loavo
the Post Oflico until thoroughly
5. The manufacture of poi is
piohibitod' in that portion of Ho
nolulu boundod by Nuuanu street
ou tho East, fudd street on tho
tho soa on tho South, and on tho
"West by a lino drawn from tho
corner of Judd and Liliha stroets,
down Liliha street to tho son.
By order of tho Board of Health ,
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
Prcsidont Board of Health.
.Honolulu,. August 30, 1895.
5r) Eveiir? Bulletin
With which In Incorporated: the
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
SATURDAY, - - AUG. 31, 1805.
Householders ought to use dis
infectants liberally until all dau
iger is past, its tvoll as make and
keop their premises as independ
ent of tho need of disinfecting as
When tho stoamor Mariposa
roaches Auokland it will probably
bo toh graj hod over tho world
tin t cholera had beon suppressed
at Honolulu. This will allay tho
anxioty that will havo boon
spread abroad by the steamer
Monowai. It is to bo hoped that
tho fresh outbreak may have
been got under control beforo tho
stoamor Australia sails next week.
It is said that tho steamer
Warrimoo ran on tho ropks
'through using an obsolete chart.
That was bad if true, but tho pro
tempore captain rondo a good
reoord of carefulness. He 'Was
oontinually making soundings in
tno fog, and, when tho roar of
breakers was hoard ahead, ho
stopped the,gines. Tho stonro
er therefore drifted instead of
being drivon mnn exceptionally
dangerouh .reef. Otherwipo a tor-
rible inarino casualty might havo
had to bo recorded.
Georgo F. Root tho compowr,
whose doath was announced ,,in
our foreign news by the MariposaJ
was author of tho patriotic songs:
, "M.ittle Cry of Freodom." "Just
Beforo tho Battle, Mother,"
"Trump, Tramp, Tramp, tho Boys!
are Marching," t.nd tyo ;jjl
known nuartotto. "Thoro'a Music
' in tho Air." His cantutaB jpojudo
t -"Tho Flower Quoon" nnd "Hay
irnkerp." Ho wad tho driginutnr
.of the Normal Musical liiBtitnto.
Jn 18(50 ho went to Chicago to ro
hUIo, and in 1872 (he degree of Doc
tor of Music was conferred upon
him by that university of tho oity,
Thoio will ho n lUvor of tho
ptoiiflinl Saturday nf onio'im of
ton yrnrfl ngo in the vrlaritn bnnc
bnll playors' nintoh gott'ti up by
tho Bum.ktin. Doyou mind when
Hurry Whilnoy, its captain of tho
llonnlul'is, iiBid to nuke his loitin
pilo up rutiH, Inking no ohauccs,
oven aftor ho had an ndvantngo
of, sny, niuotoen to cloven runs in
the oighth inning? And how fat
Jimmy Spoucor and Jack Wintor
usod to limbic to basos ?
In opposing goncral amnesty
tho Advortlsor has said that some
pooplo out ofjail a ro instigating
opposition to 'tho presout rogime.'
Supposo tlioy are? Did our con
temporary ovor know of n govorn
mont any whoro that did not havo
opponents? Tho prosont Govorn
mont of Hawaii, howorer, has
provoked more than ordinary
political antagonism by its bmall,
moan ways of dealing with peoplo
who refuse to admit that it is tho
boat administration Unit this or
any other country has cvor bcon
blessed with. This, Government
ha no rnomy that will do it moro
harm than tho Advortisor in its
nttitudo toward tho political
prisoners. That prtper virtually
says that tho Government is afraid
to lot a parcel of crushed conspir
ators out of jail for foar thoy will
start some fresh plot against its
oxistonco. Tl o Advertiser will
not allow the Government to afford
tho noblest proof of strength,
whioh is mngrjanimity.
Crlchet (iron iidn.
At a spooialimeoting of tho Ho
nolulu Criokot Olub last night, it
was decided to loaso tho land be
longing to the ex-Queen at tho
junction of King street and Wai
kiki road. It contains about five
ucros. Tho club will put tho
grounds in ordor for playing
cricket, and probably also mako
two 'or three tonnis courts on its
margin At the mooting fifty dollars
was subscribed toward rout and
expenses. Manager Pa in of tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company
besides giving n subscription kind
ly promised other scr ces for tho
preparation of the gr nds.
Dr. Wood has performed a dif
ficult operation on tbo six-year
old sort ofjMr. Crjindlgo, remov
ing a section of his skull to draw
SUMMER SCHOOL FOR '96.
Tho convention to provide for a
Summer School, next year will
meet Monday, Sept. 2d, at 9 a. in.
in tho Y. M. C. A.Hall, instead
of the Fort' Street School as pre
A uombor of very important
questions are to 'be considered at
this meeting. Among thorn:
1st. Tho organization of tho
school, whether it should, bo tin
trusted to ono, five or fiftoen di
rectors, or a stood company
2d Thecourseof Htudy, whother
it is io be confined' to the elemen
tary branches, or ono or moro ad
vanced courses added.
3d. "Whether we shall procood
now to form a National Teacher's
4ih. Whether" wo shall ohooso a
course1 of study to run through
tho year, with or without examina
tion at tho end, and if so what ?
Otherniattera of lasting influ
ence' on;th'o future of our schools
will probably be discussed.
Tho.oonvention is not an oleotfd
tiody. -"AH 'persons who desire a
Summer School to bo instituted
may bocomo members simply by
attending and inking -parV It is
hoped tnat a ltfrgo number of
,tu.f8$,vho,nro ."Q teachers but.oro
lniorcBiou in ,uuuoauuii, uuu es
pecially thoso wh'o would like to
studyt n ono or moro lines noxt
ftymmjljr, will bopresont. All
teachers and hcIioo) gflldera iire
earnoatiy urged to attend,'
rrosu 'Commit too.
A J fit tut I'm turn
()( Hood's Harinmrlllit In Hint while it purl
lint tlin Mood nmt send It coursing tlinniKli
the v full n( Holmes ninl Ct-nltli, II
nlmi Impart now life aikI tlor to nvrry
function of llio body. Ifcttoo llitioiprtwiliiii
no of Ion heard- "Hood's HarAnrillit innitn
n now oroti nf in"." It orerruniiit Hint
lireit fouling to common now.
Itoon'n 1'ii.m nro imrcly rpuclalild itr
foally ImrniloHn, nlwnyn rrllublo ntnl lirtio
Frosh Frozen SALMON, Hali
but and liook Cod, ox S S Warri
ni o, ou silo at
fjO-lt King St.
ALL 1'EttSONS 'INDEBTED TO THE
unilorslgood for 00 ilav or OTor nre ra
qnesbod to ninko immoillalo Rottlemont.
Thoso not comjilyltig by Sept. ICtli, will
have their nccounts placed in tho hands of
an attorney for collection.
-A.- R. iltOWAT,
84-td D. V. S.
H. HAOKTELD & CO.
Gknerai, Commission Aoekts.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE.
IwronTKits and Dealers in Luuimn
and Alii. Kinds of Boildino
Fort Street, - Honolttln.
nlANnrAoruiuNo .Teweleii and "vatoii-
Kukni J0W0I17 n Speoinlty. Thrtionlnr
attention pntd to all kinds ot repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Btkah Engines, Buoau M11.T.S, BoitEns,
Cooleiis, In on, Biiass and Lead
Mnohinery of Every Desoriptiou Made
to Order. Particular attention paid to
Ships' BlncksmitUinR. Job Work ex
ecuted nt Short Notice.
Kinau atreot near Punchbowl
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
120, Nuuanu Ave., nqxt to
tho "Whito House".
EtJMUND P. DOLE,
ATTOUKEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telophon 91.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner lLlng & Nuuanu (Street, Ilasolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Beer.
PIONKBR STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
Fraotioal Confoctionor and Baker.
No 71 Hotel Street.
P. a JONES.
X. A. JONES.
HAVE FOB' SALE '
A Fetor Share of '
Pain Sdpnr StOcik, ( '-r'
Iluwniian Sugar jk, Stook.
-T- ALSO if ,,
flawaltan Government and 1st
Mortgage. Sugar Plitnta
ilon JioutlH, ,
EST For prtioulani apjily to , ,
Tho HwaUA8 Safo Dopoit&
08 Forttrikl l . . . Honolulu
A lino stoo'k of gohfs and chil
dron'e shoes to be sold at the h'a
roductiou nalo at tho Teniplo of
Fashion, This sulo boius Bent,
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 .1
a frame has one coat of ena
mel or 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 tp tell when
looking at a finished bicycle
whether the cones and bearing
posts are drilled, tapped and
formed 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
gauge on hardened arbors at
several times the cost. Of this
latter class isvhe- Tribune.
The purchaser of a Tribune
may feef assuredkJhat he has
g(rt the finest bicycle in bof.li
design, quality and,finish that
good machinery (and experience
All Tribune wheels are fitted
with the Cycloidal Sprocket,
patented. Any good me
chanic khows that a gearwheel,
with teeth ,wrorigly shaped,
will not drive, machinery pro
perly and that the slightest va
riation from the correct form
will cause friction and conse-
?uent'wear. The object of the
"lycloidar 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
wirid, as a saving of IS per
cent in the powetfis11. guaran
teed by its use'.
We saw a little sawed-ofF
individual trying to climb the
Victoria street nillMhe .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 A enabled him to
have ridden up .that and similar
hills easily. ,,
Bicycle-riders are invited to
call and examine this new
labor-saving invention. It will
cost tKem nothing.
While we.are on -the subject
of bicycles' it majy. not be amiss
tou say that 4berev. are wheels
within wheelsj and ' one of
them is the.. Gate City, Stone
filter. With, this .filter in the
house, the4 "boiling of water is
not necessary ,.Jp. protect t the
household irpm cholera bacilli,
microbes, and 6therrwriggling
things too,horrible ,tp Jhink of
and, abouVwhic,7the learned
physicians disagree , and dis
1 We 'have a large Stock of
Me'Cate City Filters on 'hand.
They 1 are reliable and cheap,
and we 'guarantee" them to
eradicate all microbgs1 'dml im
purities of any kind." -'
Thfl Hawaiian Hardwure Ck Ltd.
t Opgartfr Bjgtrtufrr-
' tow uotav, mrjtMatfwm
a..MMrill "! V-w lit T 1U ll
Train w 111 Iciwo Honolulu t 0:15 a.m r and
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
!st Clnan '. $1 75
2nd Glass, j5
F. C. Smith,
53-tf Goit'l Pons, nnd Tioket Agont.
ill j . "w,"" "iiiiaw iu xuis urt-
T,T. PrnenWU I WnBDmon mn mrm ....
iiotsignoa nro requested to Mttlo tho
samo on or Defore Soptomber 1, 1 89J.
ohdVay & POUTER,
Honolulu, Aog. 12, '05. Puraituro Dcalors.
DUHING JtY ABSENCE ON KAUAI
during thd'.uext two months all orders
lor milk or wood from Walanao Ilanch will
havo tho careful attention or Mr. Sehlelsscr
who will boat tho ranch oflico to rccelvo
telephone mcBsngea from 0:iiO to 8 p. m. All
orders for cither milk or wood will ho
D. P. K. ISENBERG.
THE N. II.
To savo plants, flowers, troos, oto., from
tho destrnotion of insects, you will do well
to communicate with the undorsigned as ho
manufao'.uran a Pttro Vogotablo Compound
frco of any poisonous substancos; thereforo.
it does not kill tho iusects, but keeps tho
same off tho plants, and will not injure tho
plauta or fruit. "Itoses," "Grapes," etc,
will not suffer any longor but grow healthy
nnd pretty by tho uso of tho Compound and
to convince tho public of its success, I shall
perform a trial order or application without
Lilihi street, near School.
Wm. G. Irwih & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin, - President nnd Manager
Glaus Spreckeh, - . Vico-Presidont
W. M. GiUard, - Secretary and Treasurer
Tlteo. 0. Porter, Auditor
aoknts of inn
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OP SAN FRANCISCO. OAL.
: J : -Talks
H. E. Walker, Esq.
Agent "CLEVELAND BICYCLES."
Dkau Sim It Ih'b pleasure to bo able to
add my prniso to the justly renowned
merit of the CLEVELAND UI0YCLE8. I
huTe rifldeii u UIiEVELAND for more than
a yunr, ami Uyyt never hid ocoohIou to find
tLo'Hli.lilobt Unit with iU Mocluuium or
Btubiliij . I lie irtily recommend the CLEVIS
LAND to all jkiivoiih who contcinplate the
purclmw of a jj jotl wheel. Sincerely youru,
IIUUDEN. A. DEXTEU
H. E. Walker,
Bubsoribo for tho Kvenino Ijur,.
lotWi 75 ooiitj u month,