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"With which is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 107.
With which Is Incorporated tho Independ
ent. Hawminn Copyright by A. V. Oeah,
Juno 22, 1895.
Published every day except Sundny nt
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torial department to "Editor Bulletin."
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"Manager Evening Bulletin."
Telephone 25(5. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
318 Fort SI. - Telepbono 91.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
SlactamithinginAH Its Branck
Orders from tho other Islands in Build
ing, Trimming, Fainting, eta, eta,
Promptly attended to.
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Successor to O. West)
S. I. SHAW, Proprietor.
Corner King & Nmmmi Street, Honolulu
Choice Liquors and Fine Jleor.
LIN SING- KEE, '
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroot, Honolulu.
., 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.
G. It. Harrison, practical piano
and organ mokor and tunor, can
furnish best faotory reforonces.
Orders left at Hawaiian News Co.
will receive prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to bo tho samo
as dono in factory.
No homo is complete without a
clock of some description, and
many uniquo time pieces aro
manufactured to suit tho fasti
dious public. Brown & Kuboy, on
Hotol street, have got tho largest
and most varied assortment, and
a visit to thoir placo of business
is suro to be profitable) to any ono
neoding a good clock.
IS THE CHIEAT j
STRENGTH - BUILDER.
nnil breaks up
cures tkln erup
ity, and drives
font every clo
cral dchlllty, or
any other ail
ment arising from Impure Mood, should tako
Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It gives strength to
tho weak, nnd builds up tho system gener
ally. By Its uso food Is ninrio nourishing,
sleep refreshing, and Ufo cnjoyablo.
HIQHE8T AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
Undo toy l)r. J.OAyer & Co, Loivcll,JIl.,U.S.A.
tT7Ili-wre of cliein Imitation'. The wimo
Ajcr'H SnrMiparlllu It prominent on th
wrapper, and u tlowu in the glut of each of
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for the llopublio of Hawaii,
ED. C. HOWE,
House, Sign nud
Ornnmentnl . .
. . PAINTER . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator.
Salve's Liquid Slating,
620 Kins Street.
wsmm hut go.
Si ICIaa-ET Stxoot.
Q. J. Wallf-h ... JIanaqer.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
I ADIES SHIltT WAISTS AT $1.00 EACH.
L I'ith hats lmvo been reduced from $2.00
to $1.00 each, other goods reduced iu ro
portiou. A. BARNES.
Itepnblio Handing 78-U
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Principal Parts of tho World,
Transact a General Banking,
KUSTACE & CO-
WOOD AND COAL
Also White and Black Sand
at tho very lowest market
rates. Tolphono No. 414.
H. I., FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1895.
THE SANITARY COMMITTEE
ISSUES A CIRCULAR fcETTKR TO
RESIDENTS OPEACII DISTIUCT.
Preparation for Monday' Work In
orn Ilnre Very Little
The Sanitary Committee aro
busily engaged in preparations
for Monday's gonornl cleaning up
of tho infectod districts. The
work of slacking lime in readiness
for mnking whitownsli has already
commenced at tho fishinarkot,
and on Sunday it will bo distri
buted about in roadiness for next
day's operations. One thousand
whitewash bruslies and GOD buck
ets have been purchased for the job,
which is no iueonBi'dorublo ono,
as the reports cf tub-inspectors
show that ovor 800 houses nood
whitewashing in the infected dis
tricts alone, besidos many in
othor parts of tho city. In ad
dition to tho buckets purc'iasod
by tho couimittoo, residents aro
expected to furnish containers in
which to mix tho whitewash, such
as coal-oil cans, tubs and buckots
of all sizes.
During tho morning the com
mitteo has prepared the following
circular letter, of which a copy
will bo furnished every house
holder in town:
ClIlCULAIl LETTER TO RESIDENTS.
In connection with tho abovo
order of the Board of Hoalth, tho
Sanitary Committee bogs to mako
tho following suggestions:
Our medical authorities aro
agreed that clothing, whethor
clean or not, is peculiarly adapted
to carry and preserve tho cholera
gorms, particularly if at all damp
or musty. Exporionco has fur
ther taught that tho host regulated
housoholds cannot bo considered
exempt from tho possibility of
harboring tho diaoaso, as "tho
germ has beon known to be
carried into houses in ways un
affected by the Banitary conditions
of the same; for instance upon
produce, upon shoos, upon the foot
and hands, clothing of servants,
etc., occurrences nnyono of which
might happen where sinitury con
ditions have been irreproachable
Aside from tho question of life
nnd death involved in this strug
gle, remember that ono ease of
cholera is sufficient to shut Ho
nolulu off from communication
and trade with tho ontor world
and tho othor islands as effectual
ly us if there weio a hundred
oases; ono case will bo sufficient to
paralyzo businoss and bring want
to thousands, none too woll pro
vided for even whon commerco is
wholly unhampored. ,
Under such circumstances, tho
personal responsibility upon every
individual residont in this district
to do his or hor best to stamp out
this disoaso for good and all can
not be over estimated. Tho reader
Rliould boar in ir.ind thut tho ex
tinction of tho present cpidomio
is not more important than the
prevention of its recurrence here
after through dormant germs now
unquestionably still in this city.
Wo therefore tako tho liborty
of making the following recom
mendations: 1. Tho susponBion of business
on Monday next, as far ub prac
ticable, without doduotiou from
woges of rogular omployes there
for. 2. In connection with tho
cleaning and airing of clothing,
bear in mind that our medical
authorities stato that tho cholera
gorm cannot survivo moro than
Tour hours of direct sunshine or
moro than twonty-four. hours of
exposuro io absolutely dry air;
tborcforo in airing and sunning
clothing remember to turn the
samo at intervals, say every two
hours or so. Also turn clothing
inside out, so that tho entiro sur
face of tho clothing will havo tho
benefit of direct sunshine.
3. It would bo woll, on Mon
day morning noxt, to dreBs
throughout in clothing recen ly
washed or known to have boen
wholly unexposed to possible con
tagion. 4. Tho cloaning nnd airing of
houses called for by the order of
the Board of Health is n most
important part of the work, and
cannot bo dono too thoroughly,
especially whero there aro moist
and damp spots. Stables, car
ringo houses and all other out
houses should bo included in the
5. Whilo the ordor of tho
Board of Health does not call
for tho romoval of any of tho fur
niture, yet whorever practicable
wo rocotnmend that it be done.
G. In tho infectod districts we
BUggost two hours as thn limit lor
boiling clothing, then thoroughly
dry tho Piuno in tho sun, bo that
no dampness whatovor remains,
when tho clothing is put away.
The Board of Health in those
districts will hnvo agents
to conduct tho disinfecting and
whitewashing, and will further
provido tho whitewash and disin
fectants to be used. It is expected,
howovor, that tho occupants of
promises that aro boing disin
fected and whitewashed will ren
der whatover assistance they can
in the way of removing furnituro
and obstructions or otherwise.
7. All damp nnd unsanitary
spots iu yards, lanes and streets
should be disinfected by those
responsible for or living near tho
samo. In infectod districts dis
infectants for this purpose will be
furnished by tho Board of Health.
Anyono in tho uninfected districts
needing disinfoctints and unablo
to purchaso them will be supplied
with tho same, upon application,
by the Board of Health, froe of
The Sanitary Committee.
A glanco through tho reports
of tho sub-Inspoctora this moru
iug shows very little new, and
only a fow of thorn havo anv
complaints or recommendations
to mako. Ono inspector roports
a number of opium smokers in hit
distriot who claim they uups
use tho drug to kcop well,
another that drinking whter
is boing taken from an un
c.ivcrod woll; unother that an up
stairs watorcloset in a house ou
Nuuanti Btroam empties into tho
water and still anothor calls at
tention to n stagnant pool of wator
on Sohool stroot. Tho reports
Bhow very plainly that tho sani
tary condition of tho city con
tinues to improve daily, and its
Jiresent nspect is wonderfully dif
erontfrora what is was whon tho
committee took tho mattor in
To Tet Electric Locomotive.
Philadelphia, Soptorabor 9. A
representative from tho Baldwin
Locomotive Works, with an ex
port electrician from the "West
inghouso Company, togothor with
Sir Henry Tyler, ex-1'residont of
tho Grand Trunk Railway, will
depart to morrow for Peru, whore,
it is said, a test of tho possibility
nnd feasibility of tho electric lo
comotive is to bo mado upon a
railroad 15,000 feet above tho Boa
levoh Sir Henry Tyler has been
in this city for several days in
conference with morabois of tho
Baldwin firm. It was decided
last night to mako tho experiment,
nnd tomorrow tho party loaves for
PRICE 5 PENTU.
The Police In Pomannlon of a Clue
to tho Offender!.
Much reticence is maintained
in police circles as to tho evidence
in thoir popsossion in the Godfrey
tarring and feathering case, but
thoro Is little doubt that both the
hack nnd its drivor have
boon identified., Tho latter
is said to bo n Chinoso who claimc
no knowledge of tho pnrties who
hired him or tho purpopo they
Inid in viow in doing so.
It has also loaked out that the
polico are hampered by Godfrey
himsolf who, although he claims,
to know two of his assailants, re
fuses to disolope their iden
tity until ho ban hotf
nn intorviow with Minister Willis
about tho affair. It is also assort
ed that Godfrey has throatoncd to
Bhoot the two men ho identified:
A story is going the rounds of
street gosBipers thnt tho names of
all tho assailants are in tho pos
session of tho polico, and that
they will bo arrested as soon as
Godfrey is able to appear against
thorn. It is also intimated that
some of tho suspected men nro oc
cupying prominent official posi
tions and that their arrest wilt
causo a sensation when it Hoots
occur. Tho Bulletin, howovor,.
takes no stock in theso yarnd and
simply giveB thorn for what they
l'lne Carriage Span.
Dr. Goorgo Herbort received",
by tho brigantino W. G. Irwin n
handsome span of blade-bays-Tlioy
are named "Button" and!
"Betty," and ore brother
and sister, eight and fivo years
old respectively. Tho animalB
uoro raisod on Mr. Joy's ranch nt
Solodad, neur Salinas, Califomin,
"Bolmont" und "Kingston" being
thoir sire and dam: They wore
landed in fine condition from tho
vessel, and Dr. Herbert will likoly
soon lot them show off thoir hand
some forms on tho street.
REVIVING A SCOTCH PKUI).
Lord Cauinliell and Ills Pipe .11 a re U
Ei)iKiiURGn,Soptomber 0. Lord
Archibald Campbell nnd his high
land pipors marchod through
Gloncoo tonight, playing n dirgo.
Lord Archibald dovisod this pro
joct us an expiation for the his
torical mapsacro of Glcncoo by
Tho project, howovor, was not
acceptod by tho inhabitants of the?
Glen in tho spirit in whioh it wns
intonded, nnd tho descendants of
the massacred olan gavo his lord
ship notico that if ho or any others
bolonging to tho clan who mur
dered their ancestors should at
tempt a demonstration in Gloncot
tlioy would brouk their bonds.
Lord Archibald, however, deter
mined to put through his project
and ask for polico protection.
It wasfo.irod that tho proposod.
demonstration would rovivo thc
old foud botweon tho clans, but
tho maroh through tho Glen was
accomplished to - night without
disordor. Tho MoDonulds made
no hostile demonstration
Thoro aro only three patients iu
tho cholera hnspitU. Two of them
may bo discharged this evening,,
and tho third is out of danger.
There nro about 800 housos ii:
tho infected districts which will
roquiro whitewashing and nboulc
GOO which will require other diB-iufoctunttf.
'VisKi VikjF.iii..wto ..i.
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