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EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 11, 1895.
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Regulations of the Board of Health.
OlPICK OFTIIF BoAHIIOr
IloNOLUIU, II. I,
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No person shill chntigu hl plnce of abode
n tho District of Honolulu without a permit
front the Hoard of lli'iillli
By order of tlio Board of Hrnltli.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
9S-3t President Board of Health.
Office of tiii: Uuahii or Hr.it.TH,
IIomu.u.u, II I., Sept. 7tli, lS'.tj
No steitiuor, sailing vestnl or boat of nuy
description bIuiII leavo tlio port of Honolulu
or any other port of theno Isliuiiln without a
criuit flout thoBotnl of Health.
No ntctiiier, Hailing cssel or boat of uny
tloicriptioii shall leatc tho Isl-iiid of Oahtl
for any other Island of tho group without
a penult fiont tho Boirrt of Wrnlth
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
97-Ht President Boatd of Health.
Regulation of the Board of Health.
Okfick of tiii: Ilom ot Hkm.tii, I
Honolulu, Sept. V, lft'JS. f
The District of Kona for 8initary pur
loscrt is hereby d hided Into twcitty-ono
DintrictH uutntarcd front ono to twonty-ono
respectively. Tho Distriais aro lniunded as
Boundary. Mnkai of King Rtrcot from
road at terminal of Tranivrayx to Nuuamt
Boundary. Mtukaof King Btrcet front
Kamchamcha S hool to Lilllia Btrtet.
From corner of Liliha St. and King St.
to Nnnanu stream, up stream to Berctiinia
St. along ilcretania St. to Nutianu St. ma
uka of this lino to School St uotween Lili
ha and Nuuamt streets.
Boundary. Kast of Ntittnnu Avenue,
mauka of Berctania strict, west of Alnpni
street, cast of an oxteifiou of Emma street
up Punchbowl mnKnl of School street.
l)onml.ir . Makal of Hottl street from
NutiHiiu Atcnue to tho stream.
Boundary. Makal of Dcntanta street from
Nuuauu Aenue to Alakea street.
liouiulnn. Berctania street to (Juceu
street, Alakea street to I'lindibonl street.
Boundary. Queen street to the Sea, Ala
kea Btuct to Old Plantation.
Boundary. Puncbbmvl street to Walklkl
road makal of Beretunla street.
Boundary. From Junction of Walklkl road
and King street all makal of Beretania street
Including Molllill and Walklkl.
Boundary. Walalae and all beyond Dia
mond Head and Telegraph Hill.
Boundary. Mauka of Berit'inla street, cast
of Punahou street Including Manoa Valley.
Boundary. Mauka of Beretania street from
Punahou street to Alapal street.
Boundary. Pauaa Valley mauka of School
aud Punchbowl streuts.
Boundary. Nuuauu Valley mauka of Pauoa
road aud Judd streets.
Boundary. School street to Judd street;
Nuuauu ANenue to Lllllia street.
Boundary. Kalllil bevond Kamehamtha
School, mauka and makal.
All of Moanalua.
Boundary. From School 6treet to Pauoa
road and extension of same up Punchbowl,
and from Nuuauu Avenue to an extension of
' Emma St., up Punchbowl
Boundary. Beretania street to Hotel street;
Nuuanu Avenue to 6tream.
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
l'rosidont Board of Health.
G. R. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mo kor and tuner, can
furnish best factory references.
Orders loft at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guarantoid to be tho samo
as dono in factory.
iMJM'mMMh (hittfr biirtiinatiiiltliitl rwifcri AA fa
51 E)er)T)! Bulletin?,
which Ik Iiu'orporuteilj (ho
DANIEL LOGAN,' Editor.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11, 1895.
WORK FOR INSPECTORS.
Tlioro is a service in bohnlf of
tlio futuro sanititti u of Ilonolnlu
which tlio sanitary inspectors
might render boforo rocoiving
their discharge. Thoy might
submit special roports upon tn
provomouts of snnitnry conditions
which may have b on suggested
to thotn by thoir observations.
Thoso roports could bo placed in
the hands of a special committee
of chiof inspoctors, to be sum
marized into a compact report to
tho Board of Hoalth. Such a
report ugbt to provo oxceodiugly
valuablo to tho Board ivhun
it c me to revising tho
codo of sanitary regulations, u
work that the present oxpor'tencos
seo n to dictatt os iocessary for
tho f iture protection of tho com
munity. D spos il of refuse,
crowding of t.-i omenta, air s 1. cos
betweon ho if os, ni isanoiB near
dwellings, and so forth, would bo
subjects upon wh ch many of the
inspectors might bo able t dis
co rso like experts after their
present strvicos aro no longer re
No ws about tourists coming in
Novombur is rathor grim intelli
gence just IK w.
All goods from countries whoro
cholera has b"tn within six
months ought t bo f m ig.tod for
twclvo mont is to como.
Dry gnibago when dumped
ought to bo sot firo to right away,
or rain may come and prevent
combustion whilo raising noxious
What is tho use of qnarai tining
a house from v hie a 0 1 t case
has boon taken, and then allow
ing inmates to come into town and
minglo with follow-workmen?
Complaint is mi do of the high
prico of d sinfectunts. Cannot
tho Board of Htulth mako ar
rangements with the local drug
trado t j supply thorn at cost, be
sides to givo thorn frco to all poor
The Board of Health makes
vf-ry liberal home rule concessions
t the jiooplo ,n tho other islands
regarding their self - protection
from disease. Their alarm is not
unreasonablo, but thoir caution
seems to have been extreme
It is askod if thore is n t dan
ger in Chinese hacks going about
collecting dirty clothes for tho
laundries. Wny not havo somo
central laundry station for fumi
gating all washes both before and
after going through tho laundries?
A late number of the Call ox
prossos its contempt for fnko
journalism in the folio wing words:
It has beon sovoral days since
Hawaiian "filibusters" wore
breathing sulphur and brimstono
hereabout, and this makes us fear
that enterprising journalism is
losing its grip.
Somoono lately suggested in this
papor that road repairing might
bo givon a rest, whilo the wholo
force of workors in that sorvico
should bo employed in sanitation.
That now street ulong the mouth
of Nuuinu stream is ono of the
most imp rt nt works of sanita
tion waiting to bo accomplished.
Thorough work by the citizens'
inspoctors will onsuro tho bringiug
of cases to tho hospital in timo to
givo somo chanco of saving life.
Tho roduood mortality apparent
tho paBt fow days may be partly
attributed to this cause.
Ono of the eauitnry insp ctois,
whoso upana is nmong largo I'or
tuguoso f ntnilios, offer 1 o sug
gestion that parents should keep
tlioir children at h muc until tho
inap etor bus made his call. It is
the duty of ovoy woll-ui nning
citizen to do anything that will
aid t o conip'eto somi-daily in
spections now in progress.
Natives with relief tickots somo
timo3 como to tho station too late
to iocoito rations 1 1 r thun rico
a d crackers. It is the suggestion
of an inspector that thoso whono
tickets call for boef and poi should
have their cases j orsonally inves
tigated by inspectors, and have
tlieso articlos of food sent to them
by delivery wagon.
Somo of tho inspectors in tho
moat rapoctiblo res rionco quar
ters, if thiy have not so muoh
responsibility as thoso in tho
fouler localities, havo no small
strain placed uprn thoir fldolity.
Peo 0 in their apa as are more
sensitivo to in isanccs thun those
who thorns 'vos k p slovenly pro
mhos, and therefore complain of
things tha t y never could got
tho Board of Hoalth agonts to pay
any heed to before.
The Oakland Tribune, speaking
of the Hawa 1 n filibustering stor
ies gotten up by the Chronicle and
"Tho storios abmt fiilibuster
ing organizations in San Francis
co to make a desoent upon Ha
waii appear to have been colored
out of all semblance to the truth.
Men who form conspiracies do
not publish to the world what
they are going to do. It is tho
vaporing fellows who u dulgo in
this kind of bombast.
Hilo will bo moro oagor after
this than evor to Mcuro direct
steam communication with tho
Coast. It would bo to 11 lo and
its back country an i valuable
boon, and tho injury it might do
to Honolulu's trudo would prob
ably bo only temporiry and over
balanced, ultimately, by this
city's share in tho increased pros
perity of the island of Hawaii.
There is need for S"mo authori
tative information to bo made
public as to tho relative valuo of
different disinfectants. As it is
now, some eay ono thing and somo
another, whoreby tho household
er Is bowildorod. A committoo
on public information in all sani
tary matters would bo a good
thing. Wo feel certain that oil
tho uowspapors would cheerfully
givo spuco to such a committoo's
utterances upon various matters
about whioh tho people nood to
Tho mail was sont on tho
Wilder. Tho Arohcr took none.
Tho W. H. Dimond will sail
tomorrow at 4 o'clck. W. G.
Irwin & Co. aro tho agents.
A. St. Martin Mackintosh of
the Foreign Offico has succooded
Harry von Holt as sporting editor
of tho Anglican Church Chroniclo,
Ho has fivo linos of uthletios,
mostly on pipe pulling, in tho
latest issuo. Wako up, young
diplomat, or you'll never bo a
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany utilizes its column today to
call attention to the usefulness of
Roberts' Ozonator for killing di
sease gorms and neutralizing all
unpleasant odois. It is ued in
connection with tho "Sunitus"
disinfectants aud must bo soon in
uso to bo properly appreciated
This firm ulto call attention to
tho large supply of now goods re
ceived by tho last Australia,
among which arc ico-chosts, in
fants' bath tubs, reversible filtors
for water fttBCets and othor useful
Did Not Uiidomtmid III CoiiPtltucnU
"Many years ago,'1 remarked
nn old Kentucky whoolhorso, "1
ongiuoored a Congressional race
for a friond of miue, and during
my labors in his bolialf I got
away off into a country whoro I
was a good doal of a strunger, and
my candidate more so. As I rodo
along one afternoon I met a oouplo
of natives and wo journoved to
gether for a milo or two, and got
to talking for my man.
"'You know him?' askod tho
raun of tho two who did tho talk
ing. " 'Yos, and he's a good man.'
'"Wo ain't going to vote for
" 'Why not?'
"'Well, wo hoord ho had a
bottle stiokiu' outson his saddlo-
bags, nud we rid ten inilos to seo
if hit was so.'
"You found it "was, didn't you,"
I asked, pretty confident, for I
had coached him on that.
" 'Oh, yes,' and tho man
laughed a harsh kind of a laugh.
"That's not against a man, is
it?" I asked, not knowing ex
actly what wos wrong, though I
knew something was.
" 'No,' ho hesitated, 'but wo
ain't goin' to vote for him.'
" Well, you ought to havo somo
reason for not voting,' 1 said,
getting a degree wnrmor.
"'Reason!' he fairly snorted;
'ain't wo got reason! Thar wuzu't
nothiu' in tho duru bottle but tho
cork. Do you reckon wo're goin'
to throw our vote away on a man
that don't know no more about
the intrustt) uv his constituents
than that?' "Detroit Fros Press.
Aquarians v. Cemetery.
Fash onablo Doctir My dear
young lady, you aro drinking tin
filtered water, which swarms with
animal organisms. Yoa should
have it boiled that will kill them.
His Pationt Well, doctor, I
think I'd sooner bo an aquarium
than a cemotery. Housohold
01TY FDRN1TDRE STORE:
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TT7ARING BLOCK, COR
Fort and Beretania Sts.
: : : 846
: : . 849
TO HAVE BORROWED SAY $3,000,
I from tho P. 11. & In Association, at
their last mooting, wonld have cost you
$37.00 per month, for say, 10 years, n total
of $-1,500- .1,000 whon your mortgage- would
ho cancelled, $l,C00$lfi00intorcst in 10
years, or $1(50 interest in 1 year, $1605
percent on $J,uw.
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30 to Q.3UA. si.
to 5 r. m.
Chamber of Commerce Rooms,
A. V. GEAE,
Our Stock of Summer Goods
is acknowledged by every
body to bo tho finest on the
Honolulu market, and con
sists of everything Useful
and Ornamental. Our prices
are moderate. Jewelry in
special designs manufactur
ed to order on short notice.
P. O. Box 287. Fort Street.
WATER FILTERS COOLER
ICE CHESTS, ETC.
In these times the great de
sideratum is how to keep your
home healthy and free from
disease. It can be done easily
by means of a little invention
known as the "Roberts Ozona
tor." This neat little arrange
ment is made to screw any
where on the wall, in bath
rooms and other places where
the atmosphere is impure. It
contains a receptacle for the
fluid, which is vaporized by
means of a large circular wick
inclosed in a perforated brass
chamber. The fluid used is
"Sanitas Vaporizer Mixture"
expressly prepared for the pur
pose. It is the best and
cheapest disinfector known; it
neutralizes all unpleasant odors
and imparts an agreeable fra
grance throughout the house,
reminding the residents of the
balmy atmosphere of a pirie
forest. Its low price places it
within the reach of all. This
little invention is now in use
by upwards of 1000 Boards of
Health, Hospitals, asylums and
By the last Australia we re
ceived a fresh lot of Water
coolers. The outside is of
tin, t handsomely painted, and
the inside of granite ware with
a. large air chamber between.
These aie durable, convenient
and cheap and just the thing
to use for boiled water.as there
is no danger of cracking from
We are now unpacking our
new line of Alaska ice chests,
suitable for small fami
lies and small purses. These
ice chests took the prize
at the last Mechanic's Fair
competition in San Francisco
over twentv others, after an
actual contest of a week's
duration. If something more
elaborate is needed we have
the Belding's New Perfection
chest, by far the finest ever
seen here. We placed a block
of ice in one on Monday and it
is there vet, and from present
appearances will last another
week, although we have open
ed the chest to show to hun
dreds of our customers.
Another Iittleuseful article
about this time is a reversible
filter for attaching to hydrants,
hose, sink or bathroom fascets.
They are self-cleaning and ef
fectually shut out wrigglers,
weeds, and dirt of all kinds.
We have them in two styles at
IS cents and a dollar.
If you have time drop in at
the store and take a look at the
above articles, and also at a
new line of infants' bath tubs
which are just the thing.
Tbo Hawaiian n&rdi&re Go. WL
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