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"With, which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 94.
!!HONOLnLU, H. I., THUBSDAY. SEPTEMBER 5. 1895.
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Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
H. HACKPELD & CO.
GnNEttAii Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
iMrORTSUS AND DEALER8 IN LuMUEIt
and all kinds op building
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to nil kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Evory Description Made
to Order. Particular attontion paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notico.
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
120, Nuuanu Avo., noxt to
tho "Whito House".
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEKU AND STOCK BKOKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalora in Lnmbor and Coal
nnd Building Matoriuls of all
Quoon Street, Honolulu.
D. J. CASHMAN.
SAIL AND TENT MAKER.
Awnings a ripooialty. Over Cali
fornia Fo&d Company's store.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
818 Fort St. - TelophonoOl.
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King S. Nuunnu Streets, Ilnnolulu
Choice Liquors and Fluo Boor.
CITY BRAYAQE -
W. F, SHARRATT, Managor
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Port street. General Oart-
ing and Drayago Business dono.
Best, Family Medicine
Sick Headache, Constipation,
DYSPEPSIA, LIVER TROUBLES.
Purely Vegetable Easy to Take.
Tho dcllcato sugar-coating of Ajer'n N1M
dissolve Immediately on reachlug tho stom
ach, nnd permits tho full strength of each
Ingredient to be speedily nulmllatcd. As a
purgative, cither for travellers or as a family
medicine, Ayer' Pills are tho best la tho
Hade by Dr. J.O. Ayer A Co.,Lowell,Man.,UJ3JV.
HIQHE8T AWABDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
nr Bewnro of cheap Imitation!. The name
Ajrcr'n l'ills it blown In tho gla of each
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agenta for tbo Republic ot Hnwnii.
C. B. DWIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Cement & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho Las on hand a largo supply of
Ohineso Granite Curb and always keeps
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowcs prices assured, Tele
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTOKY and BAKERY.
Practical Confoctioner and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Street.
P. O. JONES.
E. A. JONES.
HAVE FOR SALE
A Few Shares of
Pala Sugar Stock,
Hiuvulhm Sugar Co. Stock.
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
EST" For particulars apply to
The Hawaiian Safe Deposit &
408 Fort Street
GOO Dozen Sooks, just received
at Tracy's. $1.50 to S2.40 por
L. B. Kerr bus roceivod by the
Australia a now lino of Scotch
ginghams, whito and croam
orepons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
City Carriago Co., J. S. And
lado, manager. If you want a
hack with good horso and care
ful driver ring up Tolephono 113,
corner of Fort nnd Merchant
streets. Hack at all hours.
1 have just oponed at my storo,
Waring Blook, what is probably
tho most complcto lino of light
flannel ovorshirts ovor offered in
Honolulu. Priqes range from 50
cents to $2.00. L. D. Timmons.
(ZVom U. S. Journal if iltdMne.)
I'rof. W.II.Pceke.who makes a specialty of Epilepsy,
lias without doubt treated and cured more cases tban
anyllvlng Physician ;UistiiiccessisastonUhlig. Wo
sends with a large botth ot his absolute cure, free to
any sufferer who may stud their I'.O. and Express ad
dress. Wo advlso anyone wishing a cure to address,
Prof. W. IL PfifiKE, V. I)., 4 Cedar 8U, New York.
A TURN FOR THE WORSE.
THE NUMDBR OV CHOLEltA VIC
TIMS A (SAIN INCHKASZS.
Meeting of the Hoard of Health till
Afternoon The Attorney-Gen-
rl Doing flood Work.
Tho encouraging outlook of
yesterday has boon offset by an
inoreasod number of cases todny,
os will bo seen by the following
bulletins. Tho first was issued
at 6 a. m. and reads :
Numjier or Oases
Cases reported to 3 P.M.
Sept. 4, 33
New casoB to G A. M.,
Sept. 5 235
Boon after taken siok. . 14
When dying 12
After death 9
Completely rocovered. 1
In hospital 6a.ii 5 6
Hawaiian born, 34
American 1 24
There were rumors of many
more cases during tho morning,
and at 11 o'clook l'residcnt Smith
of the Board of Health issued an
extra official bulletin showing the
developments of the cholera up to
the time tho mail closed.
Tho second bullotin read :
Number of Cabes
To Sept. 5, utGA. M...35
" ' 5, atllA.M .. 4-39
Soon after taken siok. .15
Whon dying 13
After death 11
Oorapletoly recovered. 1
In hospital 11 A. M.. . . 6
Evoryono is commending tho
hard work of Attorney-Gonoral
Smith in connection with his
arduous duties as prcsidont of tho
Board of Hoalth. In an epiclem
io of this kind it is a position of
vast responsibility, and the
Bulletin cheorfully endorses
public opinion, that as president
of tho Board of Hoalth Mr.
William O. Smith is tho right
man in tho right plaoo. His
tireless energy is remarked ovory
where. Tho following cises were re
ported sinco yosterday uftornoon:
Louisa Kapna, ago 32, female,
residing at Kaputama. Taken
sick at 4 p.m. loportcd at 12:30
a.m. and died at 8:40 a.m.
Kalowo, aged 30, malo, resid
ence Puunui. Itoportod at 6:20
a.m. Dead when reported.
Kaluakini, ago 40, fomalo,
residence Punchbowl stroet, near
Mormon ohuroh. Eoported at
8:45 a. m. Tukon oarly, slight
diarrhoea with no vomiting, in
good general condition.
Eoluiu, fomalo, ago unknown,
roported at 9 a. in., taken sick at
2 a.m. Residence Kapuukolo.
Pino, fomalo, ago 9, ropoited at
8:15 a. m., taken siok early this
Tho last case reported is that
of Mrs. Eoaka, aged 80 years, a
rosident of Kauluwolii, nho was
cloud whon tho roport was sent in.
She was taken sick on September
3d. Tho doceased lady was quito
The oflico of tho Board has pre
sented a busy appearance this
morning, in oonsoquonco of
the doparturo of tho Australia.
Tho rush was over at 3 o'clook this
afternoon and tho employes were
All kinds of permits are applied
for by all sorts of peoplo and
for all sorts of things. For
instanco a Chiuamnn wanted a
permit to send a lot of little ducks
to Ewa. Senator Watorhouse
kindly advised him that a ehango
of air from tho place of their birth
at Waikiki was not good for
young ducks in cholera limos.
Waialua has quarantined
against Honolulu, and no ono is
permitted to cntor that illago
President Dolo and tho whole
Cabinet, together with a groat
many business men and doctors,
aho Bishop Willis, attended the
Board of Health meeting this
Tho Board dooided to stop all
persons from going to or from tho
adjacont settlements oxcopting
residents thereof employed in
A lottor from Messrs. G. H.
Fairohild, S. O. Spalding ami H.
Z. Austin, representing Kauai
residents visiting Honolulu, was
sent to Sheriff A. S. Wilcox of
Kauai, asking him if they would
bo allowed to land on that island
after submitting to stringent
quarantine precautions on tho
Sheriff Wilcox consulted tho
most prominontcitizons of Kauai,
and returned thoir decision by
letter. It is that no porson from
Honolulu will bo allowed to land
on Kauai without eighteen days'
COUNCIL OF STATE.
Pat don and Appropriation Made
A meeting of tho Council of
State was called by tho Exeontivo
yeitorday afterno n for tho pur
pose of considering tho granting
of pardons and making an extra
appropriation for tho expenses
incurred by the Board of Health.
Miniitor Damon askod for an
appropriation of $10,000, which
amount ho thought would bo suf
ficient for tho present.
Oa motion tho appropriation of
that amount was unanimously
Tho Executivo rocommendod
tho pardon of ox-prince Kalani
anaole, Carl Widomann, tho four
Lanes, Junius Kaao, Joe Widdi
fiold and thirty - oight othors
and a desultory disousssion
ensued, at which no ngrooment
Tho Councils then went into
oxooutivo session, at tho conclu
sion of which it was announced
that tho Executive had been sus
tained in its recoramond.it ion and
that tho namo of Ioola Kiakahi
had boon added to tho list.
Following is tho list of thoso
who will soon bo sot froo as soon
as thoir pardons can bo ratulo out:
Carl Widemann, Joo Widdifiold,
Junius Kaao, Cupid, Hikilea, Ko
ki, liokii Paulo, Kokipi Kema,
Kaohi, Kokuula, Kahakowai, Ka
noho, Kamola, Pat Lano, Win. O.
Lane, Mahoo, Kano, Maili, Aiki
ko, Bom, Elia, Honry Edwards,
Enoka, Kiliona, Kaona, Kuloa,
Kamaka, Jim Lano, Lot Lino.
Mahuka, Makalona, Moopali, Na
hinalau, Pahia, Pohu, Manuel
Rosa, Kokoa, Koawe, Kamai, Ka
noho, Kahoomaholn, Kaaihuo,
Kolomona, Koamopoliaku, Koa
II Ik Opium Find.
A box marked "(S) Honolulu"
and containing 1G0 tins of opium
was found oarly this morning in
Oceanic warehouse Tho customs
survoyor thought ho would take a
look through tho cases of mor
chandiso piled up in the ware
house and detailed guards Frank
Innis and Paul Johnson for tho
soarch. Tho opium complotoly
filled tho box and is of tho best
quality. About sixty dollars will
bo tho roward to tho guards for
the find. A. rigid soaroh is now
being instituted and buforo night
more developments aro looked for.
wili, nirrunv to heii iiomix
AT WASHINGTON PLACE.
Ah Soon an Necenaarjr Paper arc Madc-
Out-MlllNotbe Granted a Full
In Bpito of the attempt of the
government to koop secret tho
result of tho session of tho Coun
cil of Stato held luto yesterday
afternoon on the subjoot of"
pardoning tho ex-queen, enough
has leaked out for evory news
paper man in town to know thei
facts, while tho goneral public
knows all about them in the
usual magnified form.
Ex-queen Liliuqkalani will bor
as tho rosult of yesterday's delib
erations, pormitted to return tot
hor homo on .Washington Place
under tho samo conditions as re
prisonor of war would 'when oru
parolo. Hor sontence will not.
be commuted neither will sho be,-
granted a pardon ;she will simply.
bo allowed to livo at homo in hojr
own way, but to a certain extent1
under military survoillance.
It is said that tho govornmonii
would liko to givo her a full par
don, but some of its woak-kneedt
members are afraid that a full?
pardon would lead to somo demon
stration on her behalf by somo oC
hor old subjects, and thiB they ares
particularly dosirouB of avoid incr.
To prevent anything of tho kind!
tno exact timo ot hor rolease will
not bo made public in advance
but it will bo in a day or two.
Forty cases and thirty-three
deaths was the very latoat report
at 3 p. m. today.
President Dolo was present at
tho mooting of the Board of
Hoalth this afternoon.
For rowing or cycling an olog
ant lino of sweaters "ohoap" bb
sortod colors. Mclnorny.
Sam Dookor has obtained judg
ment against J. A. Burnott, with
Paymaster J. V. I'ratt as garn-
lsueo, lor you.ou.
Senator Watorhouso is doing,
good servico in tho -Board of.
llcalth oflico. His acquaintance
with natives and Ohineso rondor
him an ofliciont aid.
The Board of Health now holds
its sessions in tho room in the
roar of tho old legislative cham
ber. Thoro is plenty of room and'
every one is invitod to attend the
When tho blood is disoasod and-'
tho system Anroraic or Scrofulous,,
it carries sickness throtight the
wholo body, for tho current of
human life is in tho blood. This
proves how necessary it is to have
pure rich blood, becauBO an im
poverished condition of it brings
on Fovers, Malaria, Rhoumatism,
Bowol Complaints, Lung Scrofulnr
Goneral Dobility, etc.
porfootcd and tastoloss, of CodL
Liver Oil with Compound Syrup
of HypophosphitoB, Extracts of
Mult and Wild Cherry Bnrkr.
rosists tho attacks of all disease
gorms in tho blood, is highly
rocoramondod as tho best modern
treatmont to clear your system,
and to bring back robust healths
and strongth. Is roally a familyr
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