Newspaper Page Text
EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 1G. 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
THE CLAUDINE AT HILO.
Tho raco horses Bily C. and
Spooulutor uro offered for salo.
Tlioro was qui to n heavy rain
last night from LUiha slroot to
tho Kapaliuna terminus.
Tho fnmouB ISS. & W. (Earl &
Wilson) Collars and OufFs in Int
ost shapes at Tracy's.
Hon. W. 0: Wililor and wife
roturned from Hawaii by tho
John T. Drown returned by tho
Claudine from a business trip to
Maui and Hawaii.
Justice W. F Frcar, Mrs. Froar
and Mrs. 0 Foster wero among
tho Claudino's pnesongors.
Peoplo are beginning to ask of
whom iRthe real Board of Hoalth
l'AssKxuKii a m: ivi:n tks bavh
Tlio l'oimlncc Ileiulr ulcli IMro Hone
to Prevent a Iniiiriltiit Monc
Thrown nt Hauls' Crew a.
Tho Borotania street pumps are
in good ordor again and aro run
ning night nnd day.
Tho Stinitiry Inspectors held a
long session th'.s morning at Oar
tor & Kinney's officos.
Tho run on tho Ohinso Buroau
for roturn pormits by Ohineso
loavmg by tho Coptic began totluy.
Two iufectod houses noar tho
jnil woro burned yesWday aftor
noin by ordor of tho authorities.
Thoro was considerable falling
oil' in tho attendance at tho
Wuikiki ba thing rosorts yesterday.
James Campbell is providing
work for all nativos in tho vicinity
of his Pearl City ranch at SI por
This morning's inspection was
tho seventeenth, in, which about
25,000 ponplo havo been account
H. E. Walker olsowhero dis
plays a good foundation to sustain
tho reputation of the Cleveland
The polico arrested twonty-nino
persons for giniing on Saturd.ty
night, sixtoou Ohineso and t'lir
Tho hurb r is litor.illy alive
with fish, both big and little, and
a small variety nevor before soon
hero has raido its appoaranco in
Kami stoimors from Honolulu
must first tuoh at Nawilwili a-id
await orders from tho Lib no
Board of Hoalth before proceed
Tho consumption of beer has
fallon off immensely since tho
epidomic commouced. Saloon
men say tho fusliiouable drinks
now aro straight whisky and
Tho big clearance salo of tho
Temple of Fashion is only sus
pended on account of tho presont
trouble. In tho meantime watch
tho papers and future announcements.
Tho ladies of the Hawaiian Re
lief Society all took a much-needed
rest yesterday. Rations aro
being distributed to tho needy to
day us usual.
No ono who has any business to
do favors tho total suspension of
business. The suggestion only
comes from thoso who havo noth
ing oleo to do but to keop them
selves soared and endeavor to
Thirtoon natives have boon con
voyid to tho cholera station from
tho steamer Koau Hou for fishing
in tho harbor. It is openly stated-
that fishing is done off tho
quarantined Bteamers ovory night
in tho twolvo to four watch.
Ed. B. G'ffard was thrown from
his hnrao on Saturday afternoon
and sovoroly injured about tho
bond. Ho was convo3'od to Dr.
Horhort's residence in an uncon
scious stato but oamo to in about
an hour and was sont home.
Old Mr. Norton, who keeps tho
sodn-wator and cigar storo on
Port stroot, remembers tho cholera
opidomic in 1832-3-4 on tho
Eastern coast of tho United
States. In Now Bedford, Mass.,
and in Now York city ho saw
inau' people drop dead in tho
streets from it.
"When tho steamer Claudine
arrived heio this forenoon, there
was groat oxcitomont. Sheriff
E. G. Hitchcock and other Ililo
itcs did not rolish tho idea of ho
iug put in quarantine for ton
days on Cocoanut Island, which
tho peoplo at a public mooting
had decided on, as also tho local
Board of Health.
Two of tho Claudino's boats
went into tho Wailuku rivor for
water, and somo jursons thinking
tho in on woro c miug ashore
throw stones at thorn.
Tho firo ongino was taken down
to tho wharf to throw wator on
tho passengers in case thoy wore
determined and attempted to
come ashore. Somo porsons wero
very much oxcitod, and at several
public mootings thoro was groat
oxcitomont. It is to bo hopod all
will cool down soon and act reason
A tolophouo hasboen put up so
that wo can talk with our quar
Tho rico that oamo by tho Olau
dino is to be taken to Cocoanut
Island, emptied out of tho bags
and fumigated, after which it will
bo placed in othor bags. I am
told tho Japanese do not liko the
idea of eating it, but think they
will got ovorthoir fastidiousness.
Wo oxpect tho Hawaii hero in a
day or two with a big lot of rico,
enough to last a month I think.
I suppose Hilo is over its extra
ordinary oxcitomont for a short
Latch. The rico was not taken
out of tho bags but was fumigated
in tho original bagH.
Die Maui passongors havo come
ashoro and will bo quarantined
with thopo bolouging to this isl
and ten days.
J. A. M.
Hilo, Sept. 14, 1895.
A privato letter to Ralph Turner
says: "There was a big excitement
hero when tho steamer arrived.
Tho firo bell rang and tho people
all gathered on tho wharf, waiting
fur ii rpvnllifinn if f.lin luiRRonmirn
would try to gat ashoro. Sheriff
uiiGUcooit trieu to piny a iricK,
but he got left. He said ho bad
orders to como ashoro with tho
mail; and ho tried to, hut tho
peoplo chasod him hack, and I
toll you didn't ho swear! Ho!"
Thore is ono thing about tho
cholora that soems to give uni
versal satisfaction, and that is
that it enables somo members
of tho army to earn their salt
CO.UIIIN TION OV ISIMI.II,
(Continued from jth pigc.)
cotr.mittoo bo appointed to ascer
tain how much disinfecting ma
terial amid bo obtained.
Mr Iticlinrds thought tho un
doitakiug would bo a stupendous
Mr. Marsden movod that it bo
tho sense of tho meeting that tho
work of disinfecting tho infootod
districts bo undertaken at once.
Mr. Gear movod to amond that
a cominilteo bo appointud to as
certain how much disinfecting
material was available. Curriod.
Messrs. A V. Gear, T. J. King
and Henry Smith woro appointed
as suolt ootnmitteo.
A motion was finally adopted
that it was the eonae of tho moot
ing that tho suggestions of tho
committee of throo appointed by
tho Board of Health woro wise
nnd should bo recommended.
Colouol Soper thought much of
tho distrust of tho people of tho
other islands arose from a want of
confidonco in tho physicians on
tho Board of Hoalth.
Mr. Lowrny movod that tho
tho advisability of calling meet
ings of all the licensed physicians
in tho city for consultation in
regard to the moasuros to bo
The meeting thon adjournod to
3 p. in.
Tho Adkmnk Bi,ao' Stookino is the best stock
in tho Morkot. They arc absolutely stainless)
very elastic, nnd good wearing.
-A. Full Line of Sizes-
or Ladies . . .
Por G out J emon
For lnt ants : : : :
CanBe J-i'ound at
N. S. SACHS'
C20 Fort Slicet,
Honolulu, II, I.
Billy 0 a Speculator
537" Tor lorm, etc., apply to
lOMf KIIANK VIDA.
EVBLAND : BICYCLE
That Tired Feeling
Is a dangerous condition directly duo to
depleted or impure blood. It should not
be allowed to continue, as in its debility
tho system is especially liable to nerious
attacks of illness. Hood's Snrsnparilla is
the remedy for such a condition, und also
for that weakness which prevails at the
cuange 01 season, cumato or mo.
Hood's Tills are purely vogetablo, care
fully prepared from the best ingredients
H. E. Walker,
Xo IVot Forget tlio
This is an especial bnnd imported only by us.
the best Cigar in tho city for tho tnonoy.
It is positively
Imported and for sale by
Hollister & Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT BTS.
And so can you in
side, outside and
all tho way through
This gront homo-niado drink ih as healthful as it is pleas
ant. It is good all tho timo; good for iho cliiiutun; good for
tho grown-up folks; Rood for everybody harmful to none.
It keeps tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of tho heat. It is absolutely free from
a singlo intoxicating proporty and is ovory whoro recognized as
A Temperance Drink
For Temperance People.
A package of Hiro's Roolbcor extract will mnko fivo gal
lons. Tho directions aro sosimplu that anyone can mako tho
most delicious, sparkling, effervescent bovorago without
irouuio or expense a
by Tho Charles E. Hir
Ask your storekeeper for it, made only
ires uo., jL'uuauuij la, u. o. A.
" V o havo used your Rootbocr for tho last tlireo years nnd think tlioro is
nothiiiR equals it. lliw.N. Sickel, MS Northampton sheet, Iloston, Mass."
" I liino boon using your Hootbwr for three yenrs. and lmvo recommended
it to many of inv frionds. 1 luvo also boon much plcasud with it. It is re
freshing nourishing, in fact words are tuademiato to express its worth. Mns.
S.Buaun, Stato street, between Constance, Now Orleaus, Ij. A., U. S. A."
HounoN Drug Company, "Wholesalo Druggist.
Benson, Smith fe Company, "
HoLLISTEK DltUG COMPANY, "
Lewis & Company, ; Grocers
;Vo might argue till Doomsday that our Shoes aro tho best
and prices tho lowest.
You can como in and soo for yourself.
Tlxe vdIebELu.f aot-ULarers' Slxoe Co ..s
BIG SHOE STORE.