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h -r- it-Mr w mm an nfiwiwirTni wtti t ti
passing a satisfactory Inspection by an Ajciit
of the Hoard.
Komitii: Until further older, no freight
will bo allowed to betaken from Honolulu
for any other port of these IslandB excepting
Hour, rice, hay. grain, coal In bulk and coin
which has bom disinfected, excepting only
upon special permission In writing from tho
t'lFTll: No ficlght will bo allowed to bo
shipped fiom Honolulu for any other ports In
these Islands, excepting fiom tho Inter-Island
Wharf. An oillcer of tho Board still be sta
tioned at that ttbarfto supervise all Irelght,
and bis orders must be obeyed.
Sixth: All passengers desiring to depart
from Honolulu for any other port under the
abote conditions will please report at once
at tlic Olllccof the Hoard or Health, where
tliclr names maybe registered and Instruc
Hy order of the Hoard of Health,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Honolulu, Sept. 4th. ISD'i tW-at
A rosidont makes tho BUggesti'm
that all persons who havo no re
lntivos hero, or acquaintances
who know tho addrossos of thoir
friends abroad, should furnish
such addresses to tho Board of
Hoalth, through tho military in
spectors or otherwiso, in case of
thoir removal by diseaso or no
cidont. It soeuis a prnpor pro
caution. Jlmery Jopie$
Medicinal Whisky &
Wo havo hi stock
(17 years old)
(10 years old)
Orpicis or tub Roaiiii of Health,
Honolulu, II I., Sept. 7tli, 1895.
No Bloninor, sailing tcsjoI or boat of any
description shall leavo tho port of Honolulu
-for any othor pott of these Islands without a
.-permit from tho llonrd of Health.
No steamer, Hailing vessel or boat of auy
description shall loavo tho Island of Oahu
31 or any othor Island of tho group without
. a permit from tho Hoard of )oUh.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
"3 7.31 l'roiidtmt Hoard of Health.
Regulations of tho Board of Health.
Ofkickokthk Hoard or HrALTtt,
Honolulu, H. 1 , Skit. :i, IMfi.
1 Taking of Hull, ahcll-llsli or any product
oflhoaMur wkWt, from tlic wa or any liur-
Tior, pond, rleror atrc.im, uetwiiiMi Makapuit
-Volnt anil Kulacloa(tlarlcr's Point) and from
tho mountain to tho ci, U strictly prohi
bited. 'i All saloon and place where spirituous
'liquor Is sold In the District of Honolulu, aro
ordered to be closed from sli o'clock v. M.
rtlll six o'clock a. m tacbday.
Hy order of tlie Hoard of Health,
WII.UAM O. SMITH.
REGULATIONS OP BOARD OF
1. From and lifter this ditto
toll porsous aro forbidden to uso
any wator from tho Nuuauu
stream, or Honolulu harhor, or
Jroin tho bathinir in said stream
or harbor, from throwing any
thing, liquid or solid, into said
istream or harbor, or permitting
.any liquid or drainago flowing
.into said stream or harbor.
2. Tho 8ulo, in tho District of
'Honolulu, of fi'li, shell fish or
viny product of tho sea is prohi
!bitod. 3. Until further orders no pas
sengers or freight will bo allowed
to bo convoyed from tho Island of
Oahu to any othor island of tho
4. No letters or mail matter
shall bo ttikon from tho Island of
Oalui to any other isluud of the
group, oxcoptingfrom tho General
Post Office in mail bags; no mail
'natter shall bo allowed to loavo
Ihe Post Office until thoroughly
5. The manufaoturo of pot is
prohibited in that portion of Ho-
'tiolulu bounded by Niiuanu street
en tho East, Jud'd stroot on tho
tho sea on the South, and on tho
'.'West by a lino drawn from tho
corner of Judd and Liliha stroets,
-down Liliha stroot to tho sea.
By order of the Board of Health,
iPrestdont Ho.ird of Health.
. Honolulu, August 30, 1895.
THE FOLLOWING REGULATIONS HAVE BEEN
ADOPTED BY THE BOARfl OF HEALTH
-IN REGARD TO THE SENDING OF
FREIGHT AND PERMITTING PASSENG
ERS TO GO FROM HONOLULU TO THE
First: TIm stoamors W G Hall and Ki
Jauoa Hou having had no direct communi
cation with Honolulu for n period of tinio
longer than incubation of Cholera may bo
considered clean. Thesj ships shall, how
.river, bo disinfected by fumifiating tho holds
:and enclosed spaces with sulphur dioxido
and wrshing tho decks, deok bouses, bul
warks, cto.,witha 1 to 1000 bolution of
Hiohlorido of Mercury. Tho crews in tho
meantime aro to bo removed to Quarantiuo
Islaud, thero to bathoin Oarbolio Acid solu
tion and clrnugo thoir clothing to those
that have been cleansed by boiling or fumi
gation. After returning to tho ships thoy are
to bo anchoicd outside of tho harbor and
.from thero nllowod to depart with such
passengers and freight as tho Hoard of
Health may permit.
Second: Such other Inter-Island
Hteamcrs as tho respective companies de
signate may ho disinfeotod in tho samotnau
nor and their crows disinfected as thoso of
tho WG Hall and tho KilaucaHou. Thoy
aro then to anchor outside of tho harhor for
a period of fivo days and if no sickness of
a contagious nature Iiub developed onboard
during thut period they may be allowed to
depart after Inspection of an agent of tho
Hoard ol Health with such cargo and passcug-
ers as the Hoard shall permit.
All dlMnfcctlni: and inspecting to be done
Fbj or under the supervision of an Agcutof
; tho Hoard of Health. An oillcer of tho Hoard
A-lll bo Jcpt on Ihe steamers while lu nuaran
ttlne, at tuu steamers' expend.
Tiinili: All first cablu passengers, who
-JVlll hate their baggage fumigated, bathe In
carbolic acid solution and then entcrafivo
ilays' (Hiarantlnc on board their respectlto
steamers Ijlnj: at anchor outside, maybe
.allowed to depart at tho end of live days after
5r)xJ Euepir Bulletin
Willi svlilch In Incorporated tlio
DANIEL. LOGAN, Editor.
MONDAY, SEPT. - - 0,1895.
KEEP AT CLE'VNSING.
If tho reports of the insnoctors
who entored every homo in town
yesterday aro followed up strictly
by the Board of Health tho pro
valont scourge ought s ton to ho
stamped out. intelligent citizens
who havo tho means should bo ro
quired to disinfoct thoir promises
overy day. Every nuisanco should
ha promptly abatod. Among tho
crowded tenomonts of tho poor
tho Board of Health should use dis
infectants lavishly and alsofunu
gato interiors of dwellings. That
cleansing of tho oity by special
agents a few weeks ago was only a
beginning and in places vtry in
adequate. Tho process should bo
ropcated frequently until overy
nook and cranny is mndo unten
able for microbos. It would bo a
good thing now to equip all the
inspectors of the oiti.ons' com
mittoo who may havo discovered
foulness in their boats with disin
fectants, and enlist moro men
where needed so as to havo all
tho work done within a few hours.
Thoro aro still messes of rubbish
in alloys and yards which should
bo piled in tho most convenient
space in tho middle of a lane or
stroot if necessary and after be
ing treatod -with korosono oil,
sulphur or tar, burned to tho
finest ashes. This would make a
widespread fumigation of tho uir
in itself. Stamp out overy
sourco of infection and tho plaguo
will soon bo stayed.
Dirt has proved to be a dear
commodity to Honolulu.
Once tho oity is cloansotl it
must bo kept clean porpotually.
Eternal vigilance is tho prioo of
life as well as libortv.
Dr. McGrow's caution to tho
Board of Health, against having
ovory suspicious case classified
as cholera without the most care
ful diagnosis, was a wise ono
whothor thoro havo beon any such
misjudgments or not.
Tho Advortiser now terms the
recont revolution, a "miniuture
historic drama." If it had used
tho word "infinitesimal" and left
out tho word "historio" it would
como noarer to correctly express
ing what is now thought of tho
And wo aro told thnt
Colouol MoLoan "did not roquiro
her to rise" when ho rend tho
parole pardon to ex Quoen Liliuo
kalani. With what a spirit of
thankfulness should such graci
ousnoEb bo received by her ex-Majosty.
Lot every able-bod iod man turn
out and d sinfoot, burn nnd do
stroy everything that '"s contamin
ated or likely to breed contamin
ation. Tho siuoko will holp to
disinfoct tho atmosphero. This
is tho way cholera has been
stampod out in s mo of tho worst
quarters of Orontal citios, somo
times aided by foroigu soldiers
It is said that somo sub-iu-spoctors
on thoir first round did
not insist on looking through and
about all houses. They ineroly
took a list of namos of inmatos
from tho heads of fami
lies or tho landlords of
lodging housos. This was putting
tho consus ahead of sanitary in
spection, which is exactly the
contrary of tho spirit of tho in
structions. Lot this grout idea
bo put into oilbot proporlyand
Imvo no half moasuros.
Much indignation has boon ox
pross'd at tho sarcastic and snoer
ing roferonces in tho now Inde
poudont to tho froo eating houso
started Snturday on Bethel stroot.
Tho only reason thoro could pos
sibly bo for oriticism is tho liabi
lity of such a placo to attract a
crowd. It is true that, at tho
opening, curiosity did attract a
fow loungers, but there was a
policeman on hand to soo that
those who ontorod tho building
moved along when thoy woro serv
ed. The critics ought to say how
they should do to effect tho same
amount of work without danger.
On Saturday no less than 1176
rations wore sorvod out, not all
to porsons calling at tho kitohon,
but largely in packages sont to
families. The aolf-sacrificing la
dies deserve praise and holp ra
ther than criticism and discour
agement. Frank Hoogs is tho new busi
ness managor of the Star.
What bettor invostmont than n
light office coat, thoso sweltering
hot days. Cool, coinfortablo aud
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
nnd Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day, wook or month. Torma: 26
and 50 conts por night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
"W. L. "Wilcox aoted as police
judge at this morning's session of
tho District Court. Beyond im
posing tho usual fino on a fow
drunks nothing was dono, tho
othor cases being put off to futuro
Nearly 130 pooplo were found
living in tho block bounded by
King, Alakea, Hotel audltichards
streets by the sub-iuspootora.
Thoro were six cases of whooping
cough in throo familios, ono ot
them that of one of tho inspectors.
Housekeepers this weok should
inspoct the stock of sheotings,
tablo linens, napkins, bedspreads,
mosquito nets otc, nt L.B. Kerr's.
These goods havo been bought at
a largo discount for cohi, con
sequently pnrchasors will receive
tho diroct and full benefit.
(From U. S. Journal if ttt&Mnt.)
his without doubt treated and cured more cases than
Ho publlthcsa valuahlcw ork on this dieuo w hlcli he
t ends w 1th n largo bottle of Ills nbtoluta cure, free to
any Bunererwbomayecnd)hclrI'.O.and Express ad.
dress. Wo advise anyon wishing a cure to tvddn-n,
l'rof. W. U. I'UEKE, V. I)., 4 Cedar SU, New YorU.
This warm, sultry weather
affects bicycle riders as well as
common people, and Ihe clerk
of the weather comes in for
more than the usual amount of
grumbling generally allotted to
him. And just here is where
the riders of the "Tribune"
have the advantage over those
on other wheels. Fifteen per
cent less exertion is required on
a "Tribune" than any other
wheel in existence, and 1 5 per
cent hard labor is quite 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
wneels has already commended
itself to Honolulu cyclists, and
many of them have or will
adopt this labor-saving inven
tion. We have sold every Gate
City Stone filter we had in
stock, nearly fifty of them of
an sizes, during me iasr weeK
but that does not prevent us
from taking orders for them to
be delivered on arrival.
Everybody is drinking arte
sian water now and is glad to
get it. There is plenty of it,
enough tor all and an abun
dance for irrigation. Over two
million gallons are being pump
ed directly into the mains every
24 hours and t 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 sorav oroduced. Trv
one and if not satisfactory it
can be returned. We have
them in japan at $1.0 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 Mum Co. Ltd
Osportte ffeorwclMS nock.
Can produco Custom Houso ccitificnto In.
verification of ag"
No family should bo without it in case o
3Xa.cOxvla.iie & Co.
Notice to Shippers.
SHIPPERS BY THE STEAM
or "W. G. Hall" are roquested to
make all shipmonts for Kau, pre
vious to tho sailing day.
No freight will bo rocoived after
8 o'clock A. m. on sailing day.
w. h. Mclean,
Secretary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu. Aug 21, '95. 81-lra
When tho blood is disoasod and
tho system Aniomic or Scrofulous,
it carries sickness throught the
wholo body, for tho current of
human life is in tho blood. This
proves how uecossnry it is to havo
pure rich blood, because an im
poverished condition of it brings
on Fevers, Mnlnria, lthoumatism,
Bowol Complaints, Lung Sorofula,
General Debility, etc.
perfected nnd tastoloss, of Cod
Liver Oil with Compound Syrup
of Hypophosphitos, Extracts of
Malt and Wild Cherry Bark,
resists tho attacks of all dieoase
germs in tho blood, is highly
rocommondod as tho best modern
treatment to clear your system
and to bring back robust hoalth
and strength. Is roatly a family
HOLLISTER DRUG Co.
Tho pleasantost, quietest,
shadiest and most perfectly ap
pointed seaside resort on tho
Islands. It is only four miles
from tho hourt of tho city and
within easy reach of tho tramcars,
which run every twenty minutes
or oftonor. Elegantly furnished
detached cottages or rooms aro
obtainable on easy terms. Tho
table is superior to that of any of
tho city hotels and all the modern
conveniences aro provided.
Picnics and bathing parties can
obtain extra accommodations by
telephoning in advance
Tho .bathing facilities of Sans
Souci aro superior to those of any
placoon tho beach. 89-tf
Our Stock ot Summer
is acknowledged by
body to be tho finest on tho
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices,
aro moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
JACOBSEN & PFEIFFER.
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
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