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"With. which, is Incorporated the Independent,"
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 9. 1895.
VOL. l. NO. 07.
PRIf'TC 5 TENTS.
bulletin
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THE
veL?iL? Bulletii)
With Tvlilch la Incorporated tho Independ
ent. Hawaiian Copyright by A. V, Geah,
Juno 22, 1805.
Published every day oxcopt Sunday at
GOT King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
SUHSCltlPTION KATES.
Per Month, nnywhero in tho Ha-
waiinn Islands S 7f
Per Year. 8.00
Per Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 1000
Per Year, postpaid, othor Foreign
Countries 13 00
I'nynlilo Invnrlublv In Advance
Advertisements unnccomponlod by
Bpoclflc instructions insorted till ordered
out
Advertisements discontinued boforo
expiration of ppccitlcd period will bo
charged us if continued for full term.
Liberal allowonco on yearly and half
yearly contracts.
Address nil communications to tho edi
torial dopartmont to "Editor Bulletin."
Business letters should bo addressed to
"Manager Evening Bulletin."
' Tolephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Business Cards.
H. HACKFBLD & CO.
Genehaij Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort nnd Qucou Streots, Honolulu.
LEWERS & COOKE,
iMrORTEHS AND DEALIcnS IN LUMBEn
AND Alili KlkDS OF BUIIiDINO
Matehials.
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
THOS. LINDSAY,
MANnrAoinniNa Jewelm and "Watch-
MAKKIt.
Kukui Jowelry a Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Campbell Block, - - Morchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Enoines, Sua an Mills, Boilers,
Cooleiis, Iron, Brass and Lead
Castings.
Mnchiuory of Every Description Made
to Order. Particular nttontion paid to
Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted nt Short Notice.
VIGGO JACOBSEN
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
120, Nuuanu Avo., next ta
tho "Whito House".
Tolephono G40.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estate and Furniture.
n2-lm
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal
and Building Materials of all
kinds.
Qnoon Street, Honolulu.
PIONEER STEAM CANDY
FACTORY and BAKERY.
F HORN.
Practical Confoctionor and Baker,
No 71 Hotel Stroot.
my 20.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
(limited).
Wm. Q. Irwin, - Presidont nnd Manager
Claus Sprookols, ... Vice-President
W. M. Giffard, - Secretary nnd Treasurer
Theo. 0. Porter, Auditor
Sugar Factors
j Ail U
k Commission Agents.
AGENTS of tiik
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FHANOISCO. OAL.
r. 0. JONES. E. A. JFONKS.
AND-
Gained in Strength
READ WHAT -
Ayer's Sarsaparilla :
did for the Invalid Daughter of a From
Incnt Lowell Tradesman.
' My (laiiRtitcr had for a long time bocn
troubled with violent headaches and slcci
lessness. Bho was pale, liad no appetite,
and was losing flesh rapidly. Bho took
various remedies lor her trouble but re
ceived no bene lit until alio commenced using
JwLfb A-Sr
C5L 'm
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Alter taking half a
bottle, she beein to feel better, fly a con
tinued uso of this mcdlclno, her appetite re
turned, her cheeks began to nil out and show
color, she gained In strength, her headaches
disappeared, she slept better, nnd nowsas
sho feels like now person." F. P. Couoks
iiall, 6 Lyon SL, Lowell.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
Haa Curod Others, Will Curo You
Made by Dr. J. O. Ayer Jt Co, Lowell, Mm,U.S JL.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Itcpublio of Hawaii,
C. B. D WIGHT,
Does all kinds of Work in
Coment & Stone Sidewalks & Curbing
He has on hand a largo supply of
Chinese Granite Curb nnd always keops
Hawaiian Curbing Stone. Estimates
an en and lowes1 prices assured. Tele
ohono 833.
D. J. OASHMAN. '
SAIL AND TENT MAKEE.
Awnings a Specialty. Over Cali
fornia Foed Company's store
36-tf.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
27-3ms
Merchants Exchange
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King Niiunnii Streets, Honolulu
Cholco Liquors and Fine Boor.
Tolcpliono 401,
CITY DRAYQE &-
W. F. SHARRATT, Manager
Stand adjoining H. Hackfeld &
Co., Fort street. Ooneral Cart
ing and Drayago Business dono.
m7 tf
The Hawaiian
SAFE DEPOSIT
AND
Investment Co.
HAVE FOR SALE
A Fow Shares of
Pnia Siitfar Stock,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. Stock.
ALSO
Hawaiian Government and 1st
Mortgage Sugar Planta
tion IJond.s.
tSP For particulars apply to
Tho Hnwaiian Snfo Deposit &
Investment Company,
408 Furt Street ... Honolulu
Correspondents of theBuLLETiN
dhoti Id hand in their communica
tions early in tho day to insuro
publication. All display adver
tisements should be sent to the
business oflico boforo noon of enoii
day. Reading and "By Author
ity" notices may bo "sent in any
time up to 2 p. m.
THE CHOLERA'S PROGRESS.
CHINKS!? AND JAFAMiSB ARE NO
LONGEK KXEJIPT.
Jaiiaueno Pli)lclnim Stale Thero I
no Doubt Tlmt the Epidemic U
True Anlntlc Cholera,
THE VEUY LATEST.
3 p, m. !Sixty - five casos, 49
do.tlis, 3 discharged as oured uud
13 romuining in the hospital is
tho Inlest report from tho Board
of Hoilth up to 3 o'clock.
The old nativo who was taken
from Lunalilo Homo was dis
ehurgod from tho oholora hos
pit il at 1:15 p. m. as cured. Dr.
Wood has been attonding to him,
in conjunction with Dr. Myors.
Koolnu penplo havo strictly
quarantined against Honolulu.
At 1:30 p. m. thoy wero tolophon-
ing for disinfectants and a doctor,
although no one was siok. Presi
dent Smith detailed Dr. Howard
to go thero for twonty-four hours
and pacify them, and incidentally
superintend sanitary matters.
Ewa hits notified Honolulu that
a strict quarantino will be main
taiiied against the latter plaoo. No
one is to bo allowed to go in or
out of the town and Board of
health permits will not be recog
nizee cither at Ewa or Koolau.
A Bailing vessel with 150 bar
rels of lime is expectod in a duy
or two. In the moantimo no
disinfectants of any kind should
be wasted, as the supply on hand
must bo made to last until the
Australia returnB.
Preparations aro being made to
start a lime-kiln and commence
tho burning of limo.
The 6 o'clock report of tho
Board of Health this morning
showed only 3 news cases of cho
lera and road as follows :
Number of Cases
Casos roported to 3 p.m.
Sept. 8, 59
Now casos to G a. m.,
Sept. 9 3 G2
Reported
Soon after takon sick. .30
When dying 17
After deuth 15
Living.
Completely recovored. 2
In hospital (5 a. M.,. . . 1214
Nationality
Hawaiian born 57
American 3
Part Hawaiian 1
Ohineso 1 G2
Up to noon three more cases
wore reported, all from the samo
locility, one of tho victims being
a Japanoso who died about an
hour after reaching the hospit.il.
This men was attended by Jap
an so physicians who pronouncod
itan undoubted caso of Asiatic
cholera. They could do nothing
to save tho pationt.
Following is a list of oases ro
ported sinco tho last issue of tho
Bulletin:
new cases since 2 p. m. saturday.
Kanikau roaidont ot Piilama,
takon sick Friday night. Dying
when reported at 1:10 p. m. Dead
when physician arrived. Ate
nowly-driod fish Friday.
Becky Panoe resident of
Punchbowl street, takon siok
Soptombor 4th und roportod at
3:15 p.m.
Una (w) residont of Aala .tak
en sick Septomber 3d. Dead
when roported at 4 p. m.
0. L. Dodge Amorican, resi
dent of Likeliko streot, takon sick
in the morning, roported at 2:30
p. m, and died at 11:30 p. m.
Pahukoa resident of Waipilo
pilo, Kapalama, taken sick 10 p.
iv. anl ro torlsd imino lit toly.
Died at noon.
Poopoo, resident of Waipilopilo,
Knualama, taken sick 10 p.m.
Soptember 7th, and roported at
8:30 a.m. Septombor 8th.
John Paawa, residont ofWai
pilpilo, Kapalama, taken sick at
10 p.m. Soptember 7th, and re
port! d at 8:30 a.m. Septcmbor8th.
Kepano, boy, six months old,
residont of Waipilopilo, Kapah
mn, son nf Louisa Kapahi. Ro
ported at 12 noon.
Baboln, residont of Kalin.taken
sick on tho 7th and reportod at
3:52 p.m. Dying when roported.
Diod at 5:30 p.m.
Knneko, ago 48, tralo. reported
at 6:10 a. m taken siok the night
before. Nationality Japanose.
Roported by Dr. Howard, and
diod at 10:15 this morning.
Mary Puaahiwa, ago 21, female,
nitivo Hawaiian, residing at Wai
pilopilo, oarly stage.
Keohaliku, ago 18, female, na
tivo Hawaiian, residiug at Wai
pilopilo, oarly stage.
Tbeso two cases are tho twelfth
and thirteenth from the same
houso.
Dll, ITIONSAKRA'rS CASE.
He In Not SulTerlng Kroni Cholera,
Hut Will Soon bo About.
Various rumors boing in circu
lation ubjut the condition of Dr.
Monsarr.it, a corroot stutement of
his illness is horewith given.
Sinco tho outbreak of cholera, in
addition to his work at tho
slaughter houses, Dr. Monearrat
has volunteered his services to the
Board of Health. Ho wus one
of the first to do so, nnd up to tho
time of his sicknoss was ono of
tho hardest workors in tho cause
of humanity. During tho early
part of tho week ho denied him
self much necossary rest, having
been on duty 3G houis at a stretch
and taking only n cup of colluo
and nn occasional crackor in
stoad of his regular moals.
At midnight on Wednesday he
was takon down sick with dysen
tery, but Dis. Biodio and Mur
ray succeeded in controlling it.
On Friday morning the patient
was in a very sorious condition
but ho has sinco improved, bo
much that his rocovery is only a
matter of time. Dr. Monsarrat
was simply run down from hard
work, loss of food and sleep, and
su fibred accordingly. At no timo
has his complaint been diagnosed
as cholera, and the roport that it
was probably came from the very
froo uso of disinfectants about his
residenco by order of his physi
cians. Tlio I'umplne I'lunl.
Minister King stntos that tho
Boretania stroot pumping plant
is shut down temporarily in order
to tighton up the now boilers,
which is gonerally tho caso
whoro now machinery is first UBed.
Iu tho meantime, tho Wuikiki
pumps are going night and day
and the city is boing supplied
with water from that souroo.
The only arrest todiy w.is that
of a white mun nmnod Lyons for
profanity.
Judgo Porry is holding court
this ufternoo.i for the trial of
civil oases.
Many of tho inhabitants felt a
reviving influonco in tho strong
trado winds of yesterday ovoning.
Tho oflicos of tho Judiciary
Dopartmont and Chinese, Agri
cultural and Immigration buroaus
wore found closed at ono o'clock
by the roporter on his travels. Tho
officials aro nearly all out on sani-
tary inspection service.
DEATH OP O. I.. DIIDOE.
Tin FlrU Wlilto Victim or tlio
Cholera Ilrrattic Ilia I,nnt.
Chas. L. Dodgo, manager of
tho Hawaiian Star, m as tho first
whito porson in this city to suc
cumb to tho effects of tho prevail
ing opidomic.
Mr. Dodgo first complained of
fooling unwell on Sunday Septem
ber 1st, whon ho suffered fr. m o
violent attack of dysentery. Hen
was treated by two physicians
and wus at his office as usual on
tho following day. He suffered
relapses of the complaint through:
tho woek but was about tho oilioo?
as usual until 2 o'olook on Satur
day aftornoon whon ho told Mr.
Towso that he thought ho would
havo to give up. Mr. Towso im
mediately called his physicians..
Drs. Duy and Wood, and they nfc
once decided that symptoms of
cholora hud intervened. He wam
at onco tufeon to the cholera
hospital and overy thing doun foir
him that mcdcal skill und atten
tion could think of. Ho appear
ed to be doing nicely for some
hours, and the doctors thoughts
thoy would bo able to pull bird
through, but about 7:30 p. m. hc
took a turn for tho worse and at
11:30 expired. After oight o'clock:
Mr. Dodgo snuk into a semi-nn-conscious
state, out of which ho--rallied
a fow minutes before hie
death sufficiently to direot that
his effocts bo turned over to Judge
Cooper and to state that his wilL
would be found in tho office safo.
His end was painless.
Tho deceased was a membor of.
the local typographical union, of
which ho had served until lately
as prosident. Ho came here from
San Diego with tho newspaper
plant purohasod by Walter
GifTurd Smith, and for a timo
aotod as foreman of tho oflico.
When tho paper was loased to Mr.
Towso and himself ho took tho
management. Ho was enorgoiio
and capablo in business and had
many friends socially. Ho was a
mason of high standing and a
prominent membor of tho Amer
ican Loaguo. He has boon buriod
separately from other cholera vic
tims nnd in time a suitable monu
mont will mark his last roa ting
place. DecoHSod was born in Mondota,.
Illinois, and was 33 years of aco.
Ho leaves a mother and sister at
Sitn Diogo.
Dentil of ThumoK V. Everett.
Thomas W. Evorott, ono of the.
oldest foroign residents of those
islands, died at his homo at Wai
kapu, Maui, on Wodnosdny, tlhv
4th inst. He was nearly 73 years
of ago and a nutivo of Boston h
Mubs. Mr. Everett successively
filled tho office of deputy sheriff,,
shoriff and governor of Maui in a
ronidence on that island of forty
or fifty yenrs. He was of a fino
physical build and hud n dignified;
prosonco that would attract atten
tion to him in any crowd. Mr.
Evoiott wus a cousin of Professor
Evorott of Harvard University.
DUInfactliie.
This is a now preparation put;
up and for salo only by tho Holli
stor Drug Company. It is said to
bo tho host thing of its kind for
household disinfecting purposes.
-
A Novel Sign.
A Japanoso on King street, near
the Waikiki road, hangs out tho.
following sign:
"Japanese Employment Office.
Cook, gardner, woman & ctc.
llirata."
4&l .K.-lumW,
t Jtik fc -ftv. -4te4Pik-du 4
,-a-AbMuij
f i " in Ti ttft i mY iitirtritf i
AHHt.

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