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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 3, 1895.
I BI AUTH0E1TY.
Regulations of the Board of Health.
Oirfiu'. ok the IJoaud or UrAiin,
Honolulu, H. 1 , Beit. !!, 1S9."i,
1 Taking offish, shcll-fl-di or any product
of the sea or water, from tlio sea or any liar
fbor, pond, rtver or stream, hetuuen Makapuu
Point and Kalae'o i (Harbor's I'olnt) ami from
ihe mountains to the , Is strictly prohi
bited. 2 All saloons and place w hero splr ltnous
liquor l sold In the Dltrlct of Honolulu, arc
)rdcrcd to he cloned from tx o'clock v. m.
ill! six o'clock a. M. each da.
U) order of the Hoard of Health,
WILLIAM 0. SMITH.
Honoi ui.U, Sr.rr. S, 1895.
While physicians employed ly tho Hoard
of Health aro in attendance nt tho Cholera
Hospital to caro for the patioutH, every
-patient may havo any other licensed phy
sician whom, ho chooses to attend on him.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
"91.3t Prosidont ltoaid of Health.
Regulations of the Board of Health.
'OmCK OyTIIKBOAWIOK IIbiltii, 1
Honolulu, AuhcstJII, 1895.
1. No porsons oro allowod to go from
tho District of Uouolulu to any other Dis
trict of the Island of Oahu without a permit
irom tho Board of Health,
2. No freight or baggage- shall be taken
from tho District of Uouolulu to any other
District of Oahu without a permit from tho
Board of lloalth.
3. No schools, publio or private, on tho
Inland of Oahu, will bo allowed to opon
until further order of tho Board.
4. Church and Sunday School sorvicos,
on Sunday, Soptember 1st, in tho city of
Honolulu ore prohibited.
By ordsr of tho Board of Health.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
)l-3f President Board of Health.
REGULATIONS OF BOARD OF
1. From and after this dnto
all porsons mo forbidden to uso
any water from tbo Nuuanu
stream, or Honolulu harbor, or
from tho battling in said strou.ru
or harbor, from throwing any
thing, liquid or solid, into said
.stream or harbor, or permitting
any liquid or draiungo flowing
into said stream or harbor.
2. Tho Sfilo, in tho District of
Honolulu, of iisli, aholl fish or
any product of the sea is iirohi
bited. 3. Until farther orders no nns--sengors
or freight will bo allowed
to be convoyed from the Island of
Oahu to anjr other island of tho
4. No letters or mail mnttor
shall be taken from the Island of
Ouhd to any other island of the
group, oxcoptingftom thoGoneral
i'ost Offico in mail bags; no mail
mutter shall be allowed to leavo
)hb Tost Offico until thoroughly
5. The manufacture of poi is
prohibited in that portion of Ho
nolulu bounded by Nuuanu streot
on the East, Juild streot on tho
tho sea on the South, and on tho
"West by ft lino drawn from tho
corner of Judd and Liliha streets,
down Liliha street to the sea.
By order of tho Board of Henlth,
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
President Board of Health .
Honolulu, August 30, 1895.
SATURDAY'S HAL I, GAME.
The Old Timers Are rractlelnc Thin
A nmubor of the old-time ball
players aro out nt tho recreation
grou ids this aft-rnuon ohasing
the fi-gtivo spheroid, and other-
-wlso getting thomselvos in trim
tfor Saturday's game.
D. W. Corbett has taken tho
captaincy of ono of tho teams in
placo of E. A. Jones, who is ab-
.ssnt from tiwn. Fred Oat will
oaptain the other team.
This evening nt tho conclusion
of tho praotice gamo tho respec
tive captains will ohooso tho
fteama for tho gamo, whioh will bo
;playod next Saturday, if all goes
Tho concrete floor of the oon
tral portion of tho now fishmarkot
ia to be completed by tho 20th
ua . .,,.. .1'.,. i.-...A.,fcljjW flt1rf rM
51? Euepip Bulletir?,
Willi tvlilclt 1 Incorporated; the
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, SEPT. - - - 3, 1895.
THE NEW LAND LAW.
Advisor-in-chiof, and for a weok
cditor-in-ohiof, Armstrong, takes
the yory first opportunity afforded
him by the temporary position ho
is ondoavoriug to fill, to display
his ignnrnnco in tho editorial co
lumns of tho Advortiser and in a
muttor in which ho can havo no
oxouso for so doing. In this
morning's isajo ho says:
"One of tho provisions of the new law,
which may defeat the ohjects of Us enact
ment, Is that which allows tho Commission
ers to terminate leases, with the content of
tne Cabinet, wituout any judicial determin
ation of the rlchts of the parties. Few intel
ligent men will submit their labor and money ,
to the iirbltrary disposition ot tne uommis
It is o ' dent from tho above
thnt tho govornmsnt's adviser-in-ohiof
and quondam editor doos
not know what he is talking
about. Indoed, it would appear
thnt ho has not even read tho new
Land Act, for nowhere
in it can any provision
bo found which gives tho Com
mission any power to torminato
loasos without tho consont of tho
lossoo. The framors of the law
would bo only too glad to have
all of tho leases romain in forco,
for in somo instancos tho annual
rentals for two or three years
would equal tho appraised value
of tho land. Many of tho exist
ing leases call for more land than
it ib now thought desirablo should
be hold by any ono person or
corporation, and in tho endeavor
to roraody this stato of affairs the
now law uxprossly offers speoial
inducements to lease holders of
lurgo tracts in ordor to got thorn
to do rhut no law that can be
passed can ovor compel them to
do, viz. surrondor thoir louses.
Tho new Land law, as long as
it is, doos.mt any whore om power
tho Commission to confiscate
leased lands oxcopt on failure of
tho lossoo to comply with the
terms of the lease, which is a
matter of course, but on tho con
trary it givos tho powor to sur
render thoir louses to tho lessoes
the.iisclves nnd receive in return
t orefor a dood in fee simplo to
any 100 acres they may desire out
of tho lands held under the lease.
Tho law doos not say that tho
Commissioners shall accept this
s'irronder or not, nor does it evon
give them tho powor to, except by
tho consont of tho Cabinet. Sup
pose a man to own a loapo of 1000
acrrts, upon whioh undor tho
now law he never can obtain
a titlo. The government) now
offers him a fee simplo deed
to any 100 acres ho may soleet
out of tho troot, and providos th. t
when he makes application for his
foe-simple doed he shall offer to
surrender his wholo leasa. If the
government accopts his oflVr of
surrondor then tho othor 900 acres
roverts to tho government and is
thrown opon to other Battlers; if it
does not tho lease romains in force
as beforo, savo and excopt tho
100 acros whioh tbo lossoo pur
chases outright, In any case the
option of excelling tho leaso re
mains with tho government nnd
its agent, the Land Commission.
There is no power granted the
Commission in the law, nor could
there bo under tho provisiou of
tho Constitution regarding vtsted
rights, nor is thoro to cancel a
loitBO excopt as above, any provi
sion allowing a loasoholdor to bo
summarily ojooted from h's lease
hold, oxcopt on failure to com-
ply with tho express terms of
his loase, tho editorial substituto
of tho Advortiser to tho contrary
Tho solo objoct ofoflbring this
iuduoomont to louse-holders to
mako tho oll'or of tho surrender ot
thrir lonsos, was to throw open to
settlement much valuublo and
that is now hold in lurgo tracts
under long leneo.
Chicago has had a bloomer
wedding, Justico Murphy boing
the officiant. After tho coromony
tho Justice said, "This is tho fust
timo I couldn't toll whioh was
General "Wulseley has been ap
pointed to succoed tho Duko of
Cambridge as Commander - in -Chief
of tho British army on tho
first of November. Although ho
has beon a bravo soldior for moro
than forty years, British popular
opinion has hold that his honors
havo outrun his ability.
Amnosty to political prisoners
is rather favored by the Frioud in
its ourront issuo, with tho not
unreasonable proviso, "if thoy
can roasonably bo oxpocted to
abandon all further efforts of hos
tility to tho Bopublio." Thoro is
littlo danger of any of those in
jail ever going into a revolution
again. Tho Government is more
in danger from tho mass of those
who gavo it its boing, because they
have from tho first beon inflated
with tho idoa tnat boing tho
makers th o can, if things do not
suit thorn, be tho bronkors of tho
There is no doubt that much
mischief is being wrought among
nativo Hawaiians by ovil-mindod,
or elso grossly ignorant persons,
with reg.ird to tho troatmont of
casos of the presont sickness by
foreign doctors. They aro boing
told toat the foreign doctors aro
poisoning the patents bocaiiBO
thoy do not und rstand tho disease
Tho result of this vicii-us talk is
naturally tho concealment of oases
until it is too lato to evon mako
an effort to savo lives. Prompt
and searching moasuros should bo
taken to dotoot the mischief mak
ers and plaog thom under res
traint. Tickets for Saturday's basoball
game are on sale at all tho prin
That Tired Feeling
la a dangerous condition directly due to
depleted or impuro blood. It should not
le allowed to continue, as in its debility
tho Hystem in especially liable- to sorlous
attacks of illness. Hood's Sarsnparilla is
tho remedy for such a condition, and also
for that weakness whioh prevails at the
change of season, climate or lifo.
Hood's Fills aro purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from tho boat ingredients
Medeiros $ Co,
Hotel Street, Arlington
and wo offor suits and trousora at
prices that will bo within the roach
of ovorybody. Wo carry a soleot
stock of goods, and guarantee a
perfect fit and first class work.
Thoso who roally desire to be
drossod noatly and natty, and
cannot afford to spond much
money on thoir clothes will do
well in calling at our stoio boforo
ON THE :-
t rib it isms
This warm, sultry weather
affects bicycle riders as well as
mnnnnn npnnlp nnrl flip ctAt
of the weather comes in for
more than the usual amount of
grumbling generally allotted to
him. And iust here is where
the riders of the "tribune"
have the advantage over those
on other wheels. Fifteen ner
cent less exertion is required on
a "Tribune" than any other
wheel in existence, and 1 5 per
cent hard labor is auite a de
sideratum with those who have
much hard riding or many hills
to climb in this kind of weather.
The saving in power which
is afforded by the Cycloidal
Sprocket attached to all Tribune
wheels has already commended
itself to Honolulu cyclists, and
many ui mem nave or will
adopt this labor-saving inven
tion. We have sold every Gate
City Stone filter we had in
stock, nearlv fiftv of them of
all sizes, during'the last week
dui mat does not prevent us
from taking orders for them to
be delivered on arrival.
m Everybody is drinking arte
sian water now and is glad to
get it. There is plenty of it,
enough for all and an abun
dance for irrigation. Over two
million gallons are being pump
ed directly into the mains every
24 hours and z. good pressure
is always maintained. We de
sire to call your attention to
the Ball Nozzle Sprinkler which
we have lately introduced.
A small round ball is enclosed
inside the nozzle of this
sprinkler and the greater the
pressure on the mains the
faster the ball revolves and the
finer the spray produced. Try
one and if not satisfactory it
can oe returned, we nave
them in japan at $.$0 and in
nickel at $2.00.
The Australia brings us a
large shipment of refrigerators,
of which we can specially re
commend the "Alaska." This
was exhibited at the last Me
chanic's Fair in San Francisco
and by actual contest was
declared the best exhibited.
We have it in all styles and
prices and shall be pleased to
show you one at the store. By
using these refrigerators it is
only' necessary to buy ice once
a week, they are so economical.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
By Lewis J. Levey.
Thursday, Sept. 5,
At 12 Noou.
I ntn instructed to koII for account of whom
it muy oouccru.
Tie Wreck of tbe Bark "B. N. WILCOX'
Now lying, off Mo'oknl.
L. J. Levey,
Have recolvod their regular consignment of
Placo your orders early:
LEWIS fc CO.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Trains will leavo Honolulu ot 0:15 a.m., and
1:45 p.m. Itcturnlng will arrive In Honolulu
at 3:11 p.m. unci o:5T p.m.
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clftss .$1 75
2nd Glass, 1 25
F. C. Smith,
58-tf Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Aoent.
DUHING MY AB8F.NCE ON KAUAI
during tho next two months all orders
ior milk or wood from Walanao Ranch will
havo tho careful attention of Mr. BchleUser
who will beat the tanch otllco to receive
telephone messages from B.H0 to 8 v. m. All
orders for cither milk or wood will bo
D. P. R. ISENBERG.
ALL PEKSON8 INDEBTED TO THE
undomiguod for 00 duyu or ovor ore re
quested to muko iuiuiodialo bottlement.
ThoBO not complyiug by Sept. 10th, will
have their accounts placed in the hands ot
an attorney for collodion.
A. B. 1(0 WAT, '
84-td D. V. S.
THE N. II.
To savo plautn, flowers, troos, etc., from
tho dctttruotion of insecta, you will do well
to commuuicato with the ttudorbiguod as ho
mauufaotaros a Puro Vogetablo Compound
frco of any poisonous smbstancos; therefore,
it doos not kill tho insects, but koeps the
bmuo off tho pluutu, aud will not injure the
plants or fruits, "ltosos," "Grapes," tie,
will not suffer any longer but grow healthy
and pretty by tho use of tho Compound and
to convince- tho public of its success, I shall
perform a trial ordor or application without
Liliha street, near Houool,
tatorthrtt Mimd mm jt; .U-iUitJtiiUvJ