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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 9. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Tlio Rio Janoiro look ono pns
songor only from this port, Mrs.
Tho Hawaiian Relief Sooioty
will doliver fond supplies from 11
tc 1 p.m. daily.
Tho fumous E. & W. (Earl &
Wilson) Collars and Cutis in lnt
ost Bhape3 at Tracy's.
Tho Boaid of Hoalth meets at 3
p.m. today as usual. No sossion
was held yostorday aftornoon.
Fire was applied to tho old
rookorios Ewa of tho old fishmarkot
by the health authorities today.
Thoro will bo no mooting of tho
Sharpshootors this ovening, and
consequently no eleolion of otti
oers. Many got loft in tho matter of
Bonding away .mail matter yostur
day, as only ono hour's provious
notico was given.
Tho Board of Hoalth has an
oflicial notice in this issuo, rolat
inq to tho doparturo of vessels
from this port.
Full assortment of sizes in
Jaeger's Sanitary Woolen Under
Wear for Mon and Women at very
low prices at Tracy's.
Tho housH-to-house visit ition
ought to have tho immediate
ofibctof stopping tho reports of
peoplo found doud.
Finoly furnished rooms with
bath and olhor modern improve
ments for rent at roaBonablo
prices at 29 Boretania streot.
Sheriff Hitchcock will undoubt
edly bo givon full powers to
straighten out matters on Hawaii
when tho Claudine gets there.
A fresh now stock of straw hats,
all grades from .$1.00 up. Try a
"Panama" hat, we curry throe qua
lities, you can take your choice.
Lahaina citizens hold a moot
ing at tho courthouse last Wednes
day to discuss tho situation. Tho
sanitary committoo w.is increased
from six to twenty.
That veteran compositor, Alex.
Bolster, colobrated his 64th birth
day yostorday. Ho has beon in
tho employ of the Hawaiian Ga
zotto Company some 17 years.
L. B. Kerr has received by tho
Australia a now line of Scotch
ginghams, whito and oroatn
cropons and whito cotton duck
for ladies' and children's dresses.
The Citizens' Sanitary and Ito
liof Committoo request all citizens
who are willing to volunteer thoir
services us sanitary inspectors, to
hand in thoir namos at tho office
of Carter & Kinney, Fort street.
Tho clipper barkeutino S. G.
"Wilder will sailforSanFrancisco on
"Wednesday. F. A. Schaefer & Co.
are tho agonts, to whom applica
tion may bo made for passago or
It is everyman's, woman's and
child's duty to save monoy.
This thov can do without incon.
venionce by making all purchases
at L. B. Kerr's. Fivo dollars in
vested at his storo will givo the
investor ton dollars' worth of now
goods. Try it 1
Moasrs. George H. Fuirchild
and F. W. Macfarlauo announco
that the subscription list of tho
Hawaiian Relief Society is now
open at the office of tho Union
Feod Company. Subscriptions
for any amount will be gladly re
ceived. "2P0" is tho number most fre
quently called over tho telephone
wires. It rings up tho United
Carmagk Company's stand, whore
Suporior Hacks, with safo and
courteous drivers, are always to
bo found. A complete livory
A outfit, including buggies and wag
gonettos, furnished at tho short
It is said that services were hold
at sovoral privato houses yester
day nt which tho attendance was
'larger than would havo boon seen
at tho Cathedral sorvicos. This
was contrary to tho regulations of
tho Board of Health, and would
seem to bo a caso of "boating tho
devil round a bush."
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
irs ikoci:edinus at ,tiik laht
Sfiiiltnrjr Inspector mill Their Dis
trict Action ol tho Ilonrtl lie
Uii nl I nt: tlio Itlu Jnnetro.
At the meeting of tho Board on
Saturday aftornoon thero was tho
usual largo attendance.
Tho committee on the now burial
ground reported that J. A. Mc
Candless had taken chargo of it
and that a temporary building
for thoso employed had been
J. A. Cassidy and W. L. Wil
cox wore appointod agonts of tho
It was decided to allow no ves
sels of any description to loavo
port without n permit from the
Dr. McGrow thought mofo c ire
should bo oxorcisfdin reporting
new ensos as choloru. Ho thought
a thorough diagnosis should be
mado ana in tho moantimo tho
patients might bo classified as
Dr. Wood gavo a history of tho
cises in Lunalilo Home and tho
board adjourned to Sunday at 9
At tho spooial mooting hold
yesterday to consider tho question
of tho landing of tho freight of
tho Rio Janeiro, president Smith
road tho consular bill of health of
tho Bteamer stating that thero
wore 27,575 cholera casos in Ja
pan with 17,892 deaths to date
from beginning of presont out
break. Sho had 203 Chinese and
20 Japanese immigrants for this
port and had ono death at sea.
Thoro were 5G0 tons of freight for
this port 300 tons Japanese
freight and 2G0 tons from Hong
kong. Tho question soomed to bo
what should be dono with the
freight. Tho immigrants hud
boon landed on Saturday.
About Bixty merchants and citi
zous woro present and gavo thoir
views on tho mattor and
a motion not to allow tho
landing of any froight from the
Rio Janeiro prevailed, to include
also tho return of froight from
Ministor Hatch suggested that
the Board keep in mind tho pre
cedents of the "Madras cubo" and
continue tha quarantine from time
to time; that tho crow of tho Rio
do Janeiro with no outsido help,
be required to handle her own
freight and that said freight be
transferred to a hulk. Let her
bo quarantined outsido and givo
her the option of going on or re
maining in quaruntino. After
furthor discussion the following
resolution was adopted:
Rosolved, that in tho opinion
of tho Board of Health tho steam
ship Rio do Janoiro is infected bo
us to ondangor the public health
and that a quarantine of at least
seven days outsido of tho harbor
must be performed by said vessol
beforo any froight will be allowed
to be landed from said vessol,
and that thereafter all freight
now on said vessol must be
fumigated to tho satisfaction of
tho Board before being landod.
Tho twenty sanitary districts
into which the city has boon
divided and tho porsons in ohurgo
tnereot aro as lollows :
1. James A. Low Makai
King, oast line from Tram to
Nuuanu stroam and bou.
2. T. A. Lloyd East Knme
hamehu Sohool , mauku King, west
3. Brothor Francis Mauka
King, west Nuuanu stream, mauka
Beretunia, west Nuuunu stroet,
makai Sohool, east Liliha.
4. Henry Smith Nuuanu
Btrtot, mauka Boretania, west
Alapai, oust oxtension Emma up
Punchbowl, makai School.
5. H. Holmos East Nuuanu
street, makai Berotaniu west of
G. A. V. Gear East Nuuanu
street, makai of Berotania and
west of Alakea to sea.
7. J. H. Fishor Borotania,
Queen, Alakoa and Punchbowl
8. C. B. "WilsonMakai Queon
street to sea, be two on Alakeu and
9. F. J. Lowroy Punohhowl
to "Waikiki road makai of Boretania,
10. H. E. Coopor Makai of
Borotania from head of Waikiki
road to nnd including Waikiki
11. Win. Auld -Waialao be
yond bridge from sea mauka.
VI. Atitouo Perry Palolo.
13. Waltor Dillingham Ma
noa, mauka of Borotauiu, east of
11. George P. Castle Abovo
Boretania, Mukiki to Alapai.
15. D. L. Naone Pauou
"Valley mauka of School and
1G. Goorgo Carter Nuuanu
Valley mauka of Pauoa and Judd
17. O. B. RipleyMauka of
School, makai of Judd, oast of
Liliha, west of Punchbowl lull.
18. A. Fernandez Kalihi.
19. Win Mutch Moanalua.
20. Jos. Mursden Nuunnu
avenuo to Punchbowl hill .Bound
ed by School street and Pauoa
I'AhIO IN HILO.
The Stenmcr Hall Not Allowed to
liiintl l'nuicnscru at l'tmnluu.
Tho stoamer W. G. Hall re
turned yostorday morning from
Hawaii, bringing baok her vol-
cuno tourists who wero refusod a
binding at Punaluu. T hoy woro
lauded on tho wharf, but orders
wore rocoivod from Acting ShorifF
Williams by telephono not to allow
them on shore, and thoy were
subsequently returnod to tho
vossol and brought baok.
Tho peoplo of Hilo hold a tnas3
mooting last Wednesday, at which
it was resolved not to allow tho
lauding of any passengers or
froight from tho Island of Oahu
on any portion of tho island of
Hawaii. Considerable fooling was
manilested against tho National
Board of Health and its authority
and ordors openly defied.
Tho government will probably
take means to ouforco its ordors
on tho island of Hawaii, and in
struct Deputy Sheriff Williams
that ho is to take his orders from
houdquartors instoud of from ox
cited Hilo oitizens.
It is said Hilo planters have
chartered tho stoamer Hawuii to
hunt up necessary provisions for
Tho Tirao's latest issuo has for
its cartoon a Chinaman driving
tho last nail in the coffin of An
nexation. It has individual por
traits of Jamos Spencer, champion
all-round athlete, and Claronco
Macfarlane, captain of Healani
Boat Club; also a group picture
of tho Star Baseball Club, cham
pion of tho season of 1895. Tile
editor takes the Board of Hoalth
severely to task for neglecting
sanitation until a dangerous epi
domic started. Ralph Turner
contributes somo moro intoresting
things about "Our Neighbor,''
and Jack do Ripper in verso re
morselessly parodies the stylo of
the Board of D&lbouttio.
Notico Brown & Kuboy, whole
sale and retail doalors in Watches,
Clocks, Jowelry and Platod Goods,
lormorly of Tho Masonic Block,
Lave takon tho store latoly occu
pied by Soharf's NoWs Stand in tho
Arlington Block on Hotel St.
That Tlrad Feeling
Is a dangerous condition directly duo to
depleted or impuro blood. It should not
bo allowed to continue, ns in its dobility
tlio system is especially liable to serious
ntUoks of Illness. Hood's 8anaparilla is
tho remody for such a condition, and ulso
for that weakness which prevails at tho
change of season, climato or Ufo.
Hoon's Fills aro purely ycgotablo, care
fully propurod from tho liost ingrodionts
FOR SflN FRANCISCO.
The Al Clipper Harkontine'
H. CJ. WIJMNBK,"
McNeil matter, will kail cm Wednesday
next tho I lth inst.
tW I'or freight or passago apply to
F. A. Schaefer & Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, ISO."). Agonts.
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