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"With, which, is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 98.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 10. 1895.
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IiironTEits and Dealers in Lumber
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Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
MANnFAOTUiuNa Jeweler and Watch
maker. Kukui Jewelry n Specialty. Particular
attention paid to all kinds of repairs.
Cnmpbell Block, - - Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
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Machinery of Every Description Made
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Ships' Blacksmithing. Job Work ex
ecuted at Short Notice.
Engrosser - and - Illuminator
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Export Appraisement of Real
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PIONEER STEAM CANDY
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OOEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPANY
OF SAN FKANOISCO. OAL.
P.-O.JONES. E. A. JONES.
IS THE GREAT ,
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
and breaks up
cures skin erup
ity, and drives
out every ele
ment n( disease
cral debility, or
any other ail
ment arising from Impuro blood, should take
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It gives strength to
tho weak, and builds up the system gener
ally. By Its use food Is maclo nourishing,
sleep refreshing, and life enjoyable..
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Ho has on Land a large supply ot
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MORE CHEERFUL OUTLOOK
NO SEW CASES nKPOKTKD Vl' TO 3
Two of Yoaterdny'N Victim nro llcnd--
Suspicion Cnnen llcportcd mid
3 p. m. No now cases today.
Two-oftho cases reported yes
torday diod th's morning.
No truth in tho report of cho
lera at tho Quarantine station or
Matters woro a moro ct-eorful
aspect at tho quarters of the Board
of Health this morning, the only
oxcitemont being furmshod by
the roport of the following sus
picious cases :
Woman named Ailnu, residing
opposite the Chinoae tho'ntor, ro
ported sick at 8:10 a. m. and Dr.
Wayson Bent out, to investigate.
Guard left on the promises, as the
case neoded watching.
At 9:21 Dr. Wayson wns sont to
investigate a bad caso of diar
rhoea near the Mormon church.
Found a child suffering from
slight diarrhoea from teething.
At 10:05 a. in. throe Gorman
families were reported from tho
Sunny South, .sick, with cramps in
tho stomach. Dr. Wnvs.in sont
to investigate, and found nothing
Thore is absolutely no founda
tion in the roport that six cases
had broken out at the Quarantine
Station or in tho further roport
that a number of nurses and
patients at the Quarantine Station
or Queen's Hospital had been
No credenco should bo given to
any of theso stroot reports, as tho
truth can easily bo obtained by a
trip to hoad-quartors.
Number op Cases
To Sept. 9, at 3 p. si,
" " 10, at6A.M
Soon after taken sick . . 35
When dying 18
After death 16 G8
Completely recovered. 6
In hospital 11
Part Hawaiian 1
Tho following is tho list of cases
reported sinoo 3 p. m. yesterday:
Kuuauni resident ot Kalia;
taken siok at 4:30 and reported
at 5 p. m.
Makanui rpsidont of Puunui;
taken sick early in the day and
reported at 5 p. m.
Solomona rosidont of Puunui;
taken siok early in the day and
reported at 5 p m.; early stago.
Kahauni, reported yesterday,
died in the hospital at 5:45 a. m.
Makanui, als roported yester
day, diod at 8:30 a. m.
A Turkish Ctntom.
It is said to be a Turkish custom
to insert in every marriage con
tract an item which binds tho
husband to allow his wife a certain
aura for bathing purposes. If
this sum is not forthcoming tho
wife may go before tho Cadi and
turn her slipper down. This is
considered equivalent to turning
her husband down. If tho hus
band does not supply bath raunoy
on this hint divorce follows. And
still an impression has provailod
that a wife in Turkey had no
rights a husband was bound to
J respect. Ex.
HAWAIIAN Itr.r.IEI' SOCIETY.
ProvlftloiiN Supplied to n I.argo Num
ber of I'umlllc Yeatardny.
Tho ladies and gentlotnon who
havo chnrgo of tho distribution of
food furnished by tho Hawaiian
Roliof Sooioty had their hands
full yostorday in mooting the de
mands mado, but before night
ovory ono who ntoded food had
been satisfied. A number of
Portuguese families took advan
tage of tho freo distribution
of food to send a hordo of chil
dren with buskots, dishes and
cans of ovory description.
As tho socioty was formed es
pecially for tho purpose of reliev
ing poor Hawaiians, and no dis
tress exists among tho Portuguese,
a mooting of the Society wus hold
lato in the afternoon at which
representatives from tho Central
Committoo and othqrs woro pre
sent, and tho following resolution
was unanimously adopted:
Resolved, 1 hat tho Hawaiian
Relief Socioty cannot undertake
tho distribution of rations to per
sons of othor nationalities.
RoHolved, That the Hawaiian
Rolief Society will cheorfully,
with the consent of contributors
to its funds, contribute to tho
funds of othor rolief societies if
A motion to address circulars
to tho other islands, soliciting
contributions to the Hawaiian
Relief Socioty, was unanimously
It was decided that rations of
merit, bread, rico or poi bo issuod
daily, and that rations of sugar
and tea be issued once a week
A number of minor matters
wore discussed, after which the
Case of Mr. Cnrroll.
James E. Carroll, husband of
tho unfortunate American woman
who fell a victim to cholera, called
at this office today to say that his
wifo had not boen a professional
nurso as statod in somo papers.
One night somo months ago a
woman suffering from stomach
trouble, in a house on Likeliko
street, sont for Mrs. Carroll over
the way to ljelp and she went.
Whon Beoky Fanoe was
taken with the sickness that
later proved to bo cholora,
Mrs. Carroll, who was not
personally acquainted with
her, wus sent for on tho reputa
tion she had mado as a helper on
tho provious occasion. Owing to
tho cholora scare Mrs. Carroll
hesitated to go, but at length do
cided to, partly on the ground of
humanity, and partly because
Mr. Dodge, who had a room in
tho siok, houso, was considering
an application to take her son,
Willie Carroll, as an approntice
to tho printing business. Mrs.
Carroll wus at no poi suppor and
ato no raw squid. Her stomach
always rovoltod at anything raw,
so much so that she could not oat
even raw oysters.
Wayfttrors hiive been noticed
drinking ruw water at tho Thomas
By order of Inspector A. V.
Gear, water drinking has been
stopped at tho Y. M. C. A. and
Honolulu Library buildings bo
causo it was drunk raw.
Two now noticos of tho Board
of Health appear today. Ono
prohibits a resident of Honolulu
from chunging his abodo without
a permit. Tho othor gives a list
of sanitary districts in the district
of Kona, Oahu.
AT THE SODA FACTORY;
RUKN1NK TO ITS I'lILL CAI'ACITl
ON GINtiEll ALE,
The Virtue ol Citric Acid for Anlatftr.
Cholera an Told by Sir Edwin
In t' o course of h's travels a
Bulletin man droppoJ into the -Hollister
Soda Works th's morn
ing, being lod theroto by the in
formation that everybody wae-1
drinking gingor alo sinco the cho
lora epidemic broke out. He found'
all hands abo.it thojplacc as busyy
as boos, tho works being runtc
their full capacity.
Coincident with the cholora the
consumption of ginger alo com
menced to increase and it is still
doing so. Boforo that timo root.'
beer was tho fashi mable boverage
in restaurants and families, now
it is ginger ale. Where a res
taurant used to take four dozen
root beor and one dozon gingor ale
daily it now revorsos the orderc.
and makes tho larger ono for gingor
alo. The consumption of tho lat
ter has Btoadily increased, until!
now it is ouly limited by tho sup
ply of bottles on hand.
By the S. N. Castle on her last'
trip horo the company received'
an invoice of 102tij dozen now
bottles, and oveu with this large
number and the total stoppage o'
outsido trade they aro still short
of the necossary bottles to supply. '
the growing demand.
With tho increased call for gin
gor ale there bus been a conse
auont falling off in tho sweet bo
ss, sarsaparilla and root boor.
In looking about the promises'
tho reporter noticed a number ot
largo onsks filled with a pretty
crystalline substance which ho
was informed was citric acid, eacln
pound of which reprosonts tho acid'
principles of many bushels of
limes and lemons from sunny
Sicily, from whonco'it is largely
oxportod. Most soda - water
manufacturers use tartaric acid in
aciduluting their preparations.
This is a much cheapor product
mado from argol or tho crystal
which forms on the inside of wine
barrols. It is tho acid principle
of tho grapo.
Tho Consolidated Soda Works-.
Company use nono of this.
Nothing but tho purost citric
aoid goes into thoir syrups and- '
Sir Edwin Arnold, the groaf
autbor and poot, after a forty
years' residence in India in tho
Civil Service of tho English Gov
ornmont, during which ho ha&;
had a vast experience in hand
ling Asiatio cholera, claims thai
the cholera baoillus cannot livo
in an acidulated human stomaclu
and recommends tho froe uso of.
acid drinks of all kinds, and par
ticularly thoao made from limes;
or lomons. He oven coes to tbo
oxtent of proscribing hydrochlor
ic or muriatic acid, a mineral and
corrosive acid, w hon limos, lomons
or oritric acid aro not obtainable
With such high authority on
tho virtues of oritric acid, the ab
solute purification of all the water,
used by moans of tho Hyatt pro
co?s, and the exorcise of tho ut
most enro in cleansing the bottles-;
used, thero can bo no doubt that
tho products of our local soda
works aro among the most health
ful and safo to bo used in an epi
demic like tho presont.
1 have just opened at my store,
Waring Block, what ia probably--tho
most completo lino of light!'
flannol ovorshirts ovor offered in
Honolulu. Prices rancre from iD&
conta to $2.00. L. D. Timmons.