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LOCAL AND GENERAL,
Gub Murphy 5b homo ngain.
Paul Neumann, Jr., ia at homo
Mrs. Lorrin A.Thurston arrived
on tlio Australia.
of scarlet fevor.
has throe cases
President Wight of the Wilder
Steamship Company is buck
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. fc
A. M., has Buspondod its mootings
for the present.
Mrs. George Davis, residing on
"Vineyurd street, diod last night,
aged G8 yoars.
The band give tho regular Tues
day concert at tho government
building this morning.
Tho Australia leaves on Thurs
day at 4 p.m., taking cabin pas
songors and mails oniy.
G0n9ul-Gener.il Mills went out
to tho Olympia yesterday, but
was not allowed on board.
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary W-oolon Under
Wear for Men and Women at very
low prices at Tracy's.
Finely furnished rooms with
bath and ol her modern improve
ments for rent ut reasonablo
prices at 29 Boretania strrot.
Owing to the order of tho Board
of Health to tho contrary, Puna
hou collogo and Preparatory
school will not opon tomorrow
Customs officers found twonty
four tins of opium on the bark V.
H. Dimond yesterday, but did
not discover who it bolonged to.
Tho latest uso to which pri
soners aro put is digging graves at
Makiki. Is thoro any other in
dignity that can bo ueupod on
Bishop Willis' strong protest
against tho closing of churches in
yesterday's Bulletin has sot poo
plo to thinking. It was gonerally
Messrs. J. Q. Wood, Samuol P.
French, A. B. Ingalls and Miss
Millard, now teachers for tho
Oahu Golloge and preparatory
sohool, arrived on tho Australia
Tho Olympia will leave for.the
China station as soon as sho can
obtain tho necessary coal. Ho
nolulu peoplo will have no chanoo
to go on board tho flnost ship
that over visited tho harbor.
Tho Womons' Board of Mis
sions holds its regular monthly
mooting this afternoon at the
parlors of the Central Unim
Church. Mrs. Arthur Wood will
read a paper on "Studont Volun
teers." The Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany havo a fresh ad. in tliis
ibsuo in whioh thoy again call
attention to the merits of tho
Tribune bioyolo. Thoy also in
terpolate a fow words on the
morits of ball nozzle tprinklors
and Alnsl ft rofrigorators.
Emma Square was crowded
last night with peoplo listening
to the excol'ont bund concert.
Tho Pacific Guano and Ferti
lizer Company sold tho Board of
Health throe tons of sultihito of
soda yostorday, which is to be
used in tho stagnant pools in
Nuuanu stream. It will destroy
all tho young fish, crabs, etc.
Tho "Bloomer Girl's March,"
which was played by tho band
ond encored at Golden Gato Pnrk,
San Francisco, on Suuday, Aug.
25, was composed by Albert It.
Cunha, tho 1G yoar old son of our
fellow-townsman, E. S. Cunha.
Tho offioial program of the park
music said the same march would
be played all tho noxt week at
tho Mechanics' Fair.
Tho following registered at Sans
Souoi yestorduy: Hawaiian Con
sul Beattio of Vancouver, Sonator
Hooking of Maui, 0. S. Bradfoid
Honolulu, Mrs. Captain Scott,
Honolulu, A fow pleasant rooms
are still to be had at this boauti
ful resort at vory modorato rates.
Anplv to the manager on tho pro
mises or telephone him (No. 283)
and ho will call upon you and
Tho bic oloaranoe salo at tho
Templo of Fashion is attracting
immenso crowds looking ovor tho
bargains that are oflbred at cost.
Mr, Silva is one of Honolulu's
most onteprieing merchants and
carries tho gipds that the peoplo
want. No such prices have over
been quoted in Honolulu beforo;
tho salo 'will oontinue for some
time, and if you want to mako a
good election come early. It
CLOSING THE CIIimCHES.
The Attornc'-enorl Ilepllo to
IIUliop 1V1I1U Letter.
Editoii Bulletin: Tho chief
reason whioh moved the Board of
Hoalth to prohibit church and
Sunday school services laBt Sun
day, was for tho protection of
At tho lloman Catholic church
all din their fingers in the same
container of holy water. Some
might do this who wore infected,
or who had come with unclean
hands from nn infoctod house.
Natives whoso friends havo re
cently diod upon mooting ac
quaintances frequently embrsoe
and wail together, kissing and
touching noses. This is ofton
seen when lepors are boing sent
Among tho first cases of oholora
whioh appeared hore was that of
a native woman who began vomit
ing in the Roman Catholic church
on Sunday, Aug. 11th. She died
Tho physicians reported a
enso takon so suddenly last weok,
that tho patient's olothing and the
chair sho was sitting in was nil
be smeared with what came from
her porsrn boioro sho could movo
Thoro was mueh hositation in
voting to prohibit the church ser
vice.. But it seemed that it should
bo done for tho sake of tho Ha
waiians who aro most exposed to
contagiou and tiiut it would not
ho wise to discriminate.
Tho public notioe of the deci
sion of tho Board was sent at
onco to tho offices of tho Star and
the Bulletin unfortunatoly tho
Bulletin had gone to press.
William O. Smith.
President Board Health.
Honolulu, Sopt. 3, 1895.
THE UOAT CHEWS.
I.ollanl Will V.o
In n Day
Tho Healani crew wore out twico
last Sunday, early in tho morning
and again in tho afternoon. In
tho morning they took a sovon
milo spin at a long stoady stroke
whioh tested thoir powers of en
duranco somewhat. In tho ovon
ing they rowed over tho milo-and-a-half
courflo twico. Both seniors
and juniors are out night and
morning now, thoso whoso busi
ness requires it going baok and
forth on tho train.
Tho Myrtles havo boon taking
matters much oasior, only going
out onoo a day so far, but having
had moro exporienco thoy do not
need so muoh hard practice.
Tho Loilunis will go down to
Colburn's place in a day or two,
and go into training for good.
Soino foars nro ontertained that
tho epidomic mny interforo with
tho races, but unless it assumes a
moro alarming phaso ovorything
will tako placo as announced,
Havo you put in n coupon in
tho Bulletin box for any charita
bio association yet ?
A MAN IDLE, NO MONEY, LAIIGE FAM
lly, wants work. Inquire ot
OJ-tf No. 43, Mcrcliunt streot, Honolulu.
ALr NORMAN BLACK MAKE SUIT-
able for Dray or Express wagon.
iiD. A. WILLIAMS,
01-nt Oil King street.
Notice to Intending Pas
sengers Per S.S. "Aus
tralia." The S. S. "Australia" will loavo
this port fjr San Frauoisoo
promptly at 4 o'clock p. m.,
Thursday the 5th inst.
Cawn Passenger Ticket Only
will ba issued at this office bot-
ween the hours of. a a.m. ana b p.
m., Wednosday tho 4th inst., and
8 to 10 o'clock a.m. on Thursday
the 5th inst. Such passengers ns
aro given tickets, must roport for
inspection at tho offioo of tho U.
S. Consul on Thursday tho 5th
inst., botweon tho nours of 8 aud
10 a.m., and must bo disinfeotod
nt the Ocounio S. S. Co's dock
immediately prior to embarkation.
For tho latter purpnso suitablo
quarters for lady and gontleman
passengers havo been provided
by tho Company, and passengers
subjoctod to but very little iucon-
venionco on account ot such dis
infection. All luggago and hand
baggago of whatever description
must be dolivoivcl at tho old
Chilian premises, (lute Soda Works
factory) oa Nuimuu streot for
fumigation, not later than 11 a.m.
on tho 5th inst All such luggago,
oto. , after fumigation, will be de
livered to the stoamorby tho Com
Passengers must roport at tho
Oceanic S. S. Co.'s wharf to bo
disinfocted hs promptly as possi
blo, between the hours of 1 and
2:30 p.m. on dav of sailing.
WM. G. IRWIN,
Oiiico of tho Oceanic S. S. Co.,
Honolulu, Sopt, 3rd. 1895.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
FOlt T1IE above port on
Thursday, September 5th,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r.M.
Tho undersigned are now prepared to
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this City to all
points in uia united autts
BTiTFor farther particulars
Freight or PaBaage, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN fe Co., L'd,
01-td General Agents.
The pleasantost, quietest,
shadiest and most porfectly ap
pointed seaside resort on tho
Islands. It is oulv four milos
from tho hoart cc tho oity and
within oasy reach of the traincars,
whioh run every twonty minutes
or oftonor. Elogantly furnished
detached cottages or rooms aro
obtainable on oasy terms. Tho
tablo is suporior to that of any of
tho city hotels and all tho modern
conveniences aro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Iho bathing fnoilitioa of Sans
Souoi aro superior to thoso of any
plrcoin tho boach. 89-tf
520 Fort Sheet,
FINE ABSORTMENT OF
COTTON DUCK -:- COTTON DUCK
In solid colors, Rtripca and pollct dots.
SILK.OL X J3SSS
Latent I'attcrnM and Slmdos in figured nnd nolld
colon. New Flannelettes and Hub FlanneR A
now assortroont of striped Percolen for Shirt
WaistH. If yon aro in search of fine now materials
look at our stock beforo making jour pure oroh.
This great homo-mndo drink is as healthful ns it is pleas
ant. It is good all tho tiino; good for tho children; good for
tho grown-up folks; good for overybody harmful to none.
It keops tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of tho bent. It is absolutely freo from
a single intoxicating property and is everywhere recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hiro's Bootboor extract will make live gal
lons. Tho directions nro so simple thai anyono can make tho
most delicious, sparkliner, effervescent boveiaco without
troublo or oxponso. Ask your storekeeper for it, mado only
by Tho Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
" Wo have used your Ilootbecr for lli Inst thrM years nnd think there la
nothing cquuls it. Mas. N. Sickel, 398 Northampton streot, Boston, Mass."
" I havo boon using your Hootboor for tlireo yearn, and lao rucommendod
It to many of ray friends. 1 hvo al,o b.nin much j tailed with It. It is re
freshing, nourialiiug, in fact words are imidenuate toexpiean its worth. Mas.
S.Bkaun, State streot, between Constimco, New OrleauH, L. A., U. S. A."
HonnoN Dnca Company, Wholesale Druggist
Benbon, Smith & Company, " "
Hollibtku Dnoa Company, " "
Lewis & Company, Grocors.
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