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Honolulu, Sept. att, lst5. (
Tlio following Is" tho law relating to ltegu
l.itlons or tlio Hoard of Health ami penalty
for tlitlr loliitlon:
(Jlll Code See. 231. "Notice elnll bo
-ilcn by the Hoard of llciltli of all rci;nln-
JtioiiR made by It, by imblNlilii the fame In
.flume nunoiiapcr of the ill ti let, or, where
tin ro Is no such newspaper, by causing
them to be pcntcd In three nubile place of
.tlie town or dhtrlct; and such notices of
audi regulations. (hall be deemed lejjul notice
to all persons "
S .lion S'J'i. Keryperfan who shall lo-
lute any rcRiilntlun of the Hoard of Hc.ilth,
uftcr the Mine shall hao been publMiid, ns
provided In 'he lint section, shall be lined
mot exceeding one lmndrid dollars."
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
iHH-2t President of tho Hoard of Health, i
f The Committee of Ways and Means ap
pointed by the Board of Health to formulate
plans and provide means for the disinfection
of the Infected portions of Honolulu, have
beon bu) for the past few days getting ready
for tlio work which will bo commenced on
MONDAY. The work of the Committee will
not bo effective, unless It has the co-operation
o'fTbo citizens of Honolulu. "3. Zw
f"Tho business menof HonoUjluarcjrc(iuest
cd" to suspend affbuslncss for that clay, In or
lor that lhoc In their employ may be able to
comply with tho Kegulatlons of the Hoard of
Hoiltb, or to volunteer their services as Sub
All persons having servants sleeping at
their own homes, aio requested to give them
.u opportunity on next Monday, the day set
.Apart for tlio general house-cleaning, to visit
tlhclr places of abode, In order that they may
comply with the Regulations of the Board of
mittecoftlie Board of Health of Ways
Notice to Shippers of Freight.
llin'inl' nVTMV. ItOAUI) OF IlKWTH
Honolulu, II. I., Skit. 1'J, 1W
Unlil further imtic , excepting upon
.cpoci 1 permit, no freight will bo allowed
to bo shipped fiom Honolulu, to other poits
ct those Island, from any other whaif
Xlian tho Pacific Mail wharf.
Freight shippod from tho I'acifio I.Inil
vvliarf will bo ouly merchandise from foreign
pott which has been hold iu strict qnnriui
tine. WILLIAM O.SMITH,
President Hoaid of Health.
Regulation of the Board of Health.
Tho following portions of tho Districts of
Kona, Oulm, aro doclurcd infected districts:
First. All of the territory lying nmkai
of King stroot to thohoa, nnd east of Kalihi
stream to tho haibor, excepting the Kanio
hamehaairls' School premises.
Second. All of tho torritory lying:
1. l'ast of tho line of tue road running
mauka from King street on tho WaiWlti side
of the Kamohameha school prcmitcs.
2. Mauka of King s'reot.
3. West of Liliua street, ana
I. Mnkai of tho lino of extension of
Third. All of tho territory lying:
1. East of Liliho stroot.
2. Mnnka of King street, from Liliha
street to tho King street bridge.
.". West of the Nuuanu stream, from King
titreet to Keretanl.i street.
. Mauka oi Ilcrctanla street, from Smith's
irii)j;c to Nuuanu street.
5. West of Nuuanu street from Heretanla
atrect to Kukul street.
0. Makal of the line of tho extension ol
Kukul stiect, from Nuuanu street to the
7. West of the Nunauu stream, from the
point of conjunction with tho extension of
Kukul stiect, to School street.
8. Makal ot School street, from the Nuua
nu stream to Llllha street, excepting the St.
I.ouis College premises.
Fourth. All that territory ljlug between
IJerctanla street and the sea, and ftom Nuua
i nu street west to the Nuuauu stream.
. Fifth. All that territory ljlng:
r .1. Mauka of School street, from Furt
street to Punchbowl street.
2. East of tho lino of tho extension ol
3 West of Punchbowl street, from School
P street to Sylva's nursciy.
: I. Makal of a lino drawn In oxtcnslon or
thffllno ofSylva's makal fence to thu point of
.Untereectlon of tho extension of Fort street.
Sixth. All that territory lyinif nt of
I'unrliliowl street to Sheridan street end ma-
knl of Queen street and tho lino of extension
thereof, from Punchbowl street to Sheridan
street; and also all buildings on nr adjacent to
the lower end of Sheridan street.
1ICOUI.ATIO.NS K0lt UMNFECTKII DISTIIICTS.
All clothing and articles made from cloth,
lio v or heictorore, In use, not newly washed,
and all beds and bedding, now or heretofore
In use, In the District of Kotia, Oahu, In
thoec portions not named as Infected Dis
tricts, aro hereby ordered to be thoroughly
sunned and aired b the ownerB or those In
control of same for at Icml eight hours of
sunshine and diy w heather. AH houses In
sail uninfected Dlstilcls to bu Ihoioughly
cleaned and aired, and, where in ccssary dis
infected by those In possession and control of
IIL01LATION1 toil IMT.CTCII KlSTItlt'T.
Ill the salt! directed Dl'trlits, nil clothing
mid other articles made from cloth, not nf w
ly washed, now or heretofore in use, width
will not bo Injured by boiling, shall be
thoroughly boiled and siiliuid until com-
plitily dry. All other clothing or articles
made from cloth, now or heretofore m use,
Including all beds and bedding, nnd also all
carpets, mats and tugs shall be taken out,
cleaned and thereafter sunnid and aired for
at least eight hours ol sunshine and dry
weather. All unpalntcd wnll, wood floors
and Interiors to be whltcwahul or disinfect
ed. All painted floors and Interior walls,
door and window casings and cranda rails to
bo washed with a disinfecting solution.
CONTIIOI, OF 110A1ID OF HEALTH.
All work prescribed under this order, for
both infected and uninfected districts, shall
bo begun not 'ater than 8 n. m. MON'D VY,
September 2.1, 189.), and continued until
completed. S iid work shnll bo done to the
satisfaction of the im.rdol Health, and
shall bo subject to tho inspection and con
trol of it Aunnts. who shull havo tho au
thority to tinino tho disinfecting solutions
nnd other materials to bo used, and direct
tho application thereof.
By order of the Hoard of Health .
WILLIAM O SMITH,
l'resldo'it Hoard .if Health.
Honolulu, Sept. 10 180V 107-3t
Regulations of the Board of Health.
Omen or tub 13oaiii or Himltu, )
Honolulu, 11. 1., September, 20 1805. j
Tho Itegulation of tho Hoard of Health
prohibiting tho holding of publ o.inootings
in tho district of Honolulu in modified to
tho extent of permitting Church horviees
and Hand concerts to ho held in tho day
time. WILLIAM O. SMITH,
107-!2t President 11 ard of Health.
Tenders for Drugs and Medical
OFi'icn or the Iloviin of Hkaltii, I
Honolulu, Sept. Ill, lb'Jj. f
Sealed tenders will be received at this
office until WEDNESDAY, September 25,
ISO.'), 12 M., for furnishing Drugs and
Medical Supplies to all district government
physicians, hospitals and dispensaries un
der control of tho Hoard of Health, for the
term of one year, from October 1, 1895.
A list of the Drugs nnd Medical Supplies
can bo procured ou application nt this of
fice Tho articles to bo furnished mU3t bo
of tho very best quality only, aud should bo
up to tho requirements of tho Pharmaco
pwia of the United S.ites of America, un
less otherwiso oidcred.
Tho Board of Health does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any hid.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
100-3t President Board of Health.
Tenders for Beef Cattle.
Omen oftiie Hoard or Health,
Honolulu, II. I.,Skpt. 10, 1803. f
Sealed Tenders will he rccoived at this
office until WEDNESDAY, October 2, 1893,
for supplying tho Lcpper Settlement at Mo
lokai, witl(l) good Beef Cattle, to weigh
not loss than XM lbs. net.when dreHsod;and
(2) fat Boef Cuttle, to be dolivercd nt tho
Leper Settlement nt an average of ninety
head per month, for six mouths oudiug
'March 31, 1890.
The tondcr for ft Beof Cattlo must bo
for tho prico per pound dressed, and that
for good Beef Cattlo per hend. Hides aud
Tallow to be tho property of tho Board.
Bids should bo marked "Tondors for Beef
Cattlo, Leper Settlement."
Tho Board does not bind itbclf to accept
the lowest or nuy bid.
100-3t President Board of Health.
Bicyclers aro likely to got cut,
scraped, sprained, bruistd, or
some way hurt. No matter which,
an application of Redding' s
RuBsiti Salvo will take away tho
smart and pain, and cure tho
trouble in n hurry. Thousands
of uhoolmon novor go on tho
road without it. Why should
yon ' 25 conts buys it of any drug
gist. Hnndy box for your pocket.
Holliater Drug Co., Agts.
EVENING BULLETIN, SEPTEMBER 24, 1895.
51 Ever?ii)$ Bulletin
Willi wlileli 1" Incorporated tlio
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY. - - SEPT. 21, 1895.
Attention was lately called in
this papor to the old-fashioned
snnititr nrrangemouts at tho pro
mises jus' convortod into a plttco
for t . now h gh school. Thero
his boon no chungo in tho plans,
hortovi-r, and thoy aro a disgr.tco
to tho Govoriuno.it. Either a
modern ator systom, for which
thero ia surely plenty of wator
now, or a dr earth system ought
to 1) ndoptod. If tho former tho
system s ion I ln well trapped
ond dischnrgo into an iron-cover
ed vault, an the lutter bo emptied
nnd disinfocto I r ally evory
month. An earth systom for such
an instituti n should bo thorough
ly cleansed daily. Paronts who
intend tondiug hoir ci ldron to
that soli ol ouglit to take a look
at tlio nrrungomonts in question,
and then join in a petition to
hnvo tiem changed h fore school
is openod. Minister Damon pre
dicted that when ci rtain project
ed street chungos aro made, the
sito of tho high school would bo
tho heart of the town. Do not
allow tho heart of tho town, then,
to beco ne a plague spot.
In an -tlior paragraph attention
is called to the vilo sanitary con
veniences ut tho new high school.
It would in t bo a bad idea to
havo n mod committee ap
pointed by tho Board of oalth
to inspect fll -chools, p ibl c and
privilo, and report upon their
sanitary conditio b d i.rrango
monts. KawaiahnoScminiry was
lately broiu hi to the writer's at
tention in this regard, aud, if no
inoro intolli . oisdi yedasto
sanitary raattors in other boarding
schools than in t s one, tho com
munity tie not bo surprised if
some frightful epidemics break
out in those instit it tons. If tho
facilitation of such a te ihle
disenso ns diplithoriu,for instance,
was intended a raoro o 1' tive
system could hardly havo beon
devise 1. Lately it was found
that tho oarthru pipos to con
voy slops from tho laundry to a
cosspool at a (list ut cornor of a
lar lotouthes'i' word n ked
up, so that the liquid was over
flowing the recoiving vault under
the aundry 1 onso and running
in tho yard. Tho management
had tho pipos dug up, hen it
was f ti d they wero laid with
criminal carelessness. It seomed
as if the comont had boon
shovoled into tho joints, for great
junks if it woro found inside the
pipos, which had caught sedi
ment and hoi J it i til 'he passage
of tlio foul water was o tirly
stopped. lion pdo was din
plaoo of tho clay, b t with an
utter di i ogurd of tho most simplo
rulo3 of sanitary ongin-ring.
Tho po runs straight from n ar
tho tip of tho receiving vault
abmt 75 yards to tile cesspool,
but witho t a trap or siphon
or anything olso in eithor vault or
pipe to prevent tho escape
of stwer gas thro igh tho vents of
the washtubs. Thero aro many
feet of vwioden pipe leading from
the washtubs to tho vault.and when
those got rotten insid there will
bo nn unwholesome condition
there independent 1" tho othor ar
rangomonts described. Should
ono C.ISO of diphtheria occur
among t,he hopeful and happy
Hawaiian girls staying in tho
school, and tho olothos of tho pa-
tient bo washed iu that liiundry,
tho probubilily is that tlio disenso
would run thr-ugh tho dor
mitories liko wildfiro, and, but for
this oxposuro of arraiigomonts, it
"ould puzzle tho medical faculty
for a whilo to find out tho causo
of tho epidemic's snddon descent.
Since tho remarks on tho high
school sanitary arrangements were
written, uomo infrmod that, ut
times within tho last few yonra,
tho sanitary conditions at tho
Koyal school have boon simply
frightful. Let thoro bo n gonoral
inquiry into tho sanitary condi
tions at all the schools.
IIIEi:rS AND 1'AJ.SIiS A 11KSOLUTION
I'nld Inupcctorn Itecomniendcd Iu
IMnco of Volunteer llccoril to
bo Trnimiiilttcd to f.'overnmcnt.
mot at 1.30 this afternoon at tho
office of Carter it Kinnoy. Pro
eont, Chairman Colburn, secre
tary McStocker, and Messrs. Gear,
llowoll, Macfarlano, G W Smith,
Kinney, Kano, Marsden and
On motion of W A Kinney tho
work of locating and nutnboring
tho houses, etc., commonced by G
V E Dovo was ordered continued,
subject to tho approval of tho
UoUru ot Health as regards pay
ment, tho exponso thereof not to
On motion of Mr. Thurstou it
was decided to recommond to tho
Board of Health that the work of
inspection commonced by tho
committeo be continued" by tho
Board of Health under paidjfin-
spectors, one for each district. J$
In view of tho fact that tho
cholera is practically stamped out
and that thero is roally nothing
more for tho oommittco to do, a
resolution stating its intontion
to disband as soon as tho
bills contracted were audited
Thanks wore votod to tho in
spectors and sub-inspectors for
their services, and to Garter &
Kinney fur the use of thoir rooms.
Tho committeo will recommond
a number of porsons to tho Board
of Health this afternoon for ap
pointment as pormunent sanitary
All tho rocords, reports of in
spectors, etc, of tho committeo
will bo turnod ovor to tho govern
niont. JUDICIAL JOTTINGS.
of the Late Tlioinaa Soren-
aon Cattley In Baranlt.
W. F. Allen, guardian of tho
Opfergelt minors, has rendered
his first account, showing receipts
of $(5119.42 and a balance of
Judge Cooper has granted a
motion of P. Georgo Gow, by his
nttornoy, Alfred S. Hartwell, for
default against Edwin S. Cattloy,
who was lately extradited to Sun
Francisco for ombezzloment.
The will of tho late Thomas
Sorensou baa beon filed. It was
exocuted May 3, 1892, nnd loaves
hiB whole estate to his wifo Karen
Sophia and "William O. Smith as
trustees, for tho support of his
wifo and their children until the
lattor como of ago. After the
ohildron como of age tho proporty
is to bo dovolod to tho support of
tho wifo for life. Mrs. Sorenson
may pay off a mortgngo on certain
real ostato on Alakoa street, out
of her husband's lifo insuranco
in tho American Legion of Honor,
in which caso that proporty shall
becomo vpsted in her, her heirs
und assigns. A codicil dated
March 5, 1894, substitutes tho
testator's son, Olaf L. Sorenson,
for William 0. Smith as trustee.
A notioo to
" -rt-"--g ija. rfJ-.'j.ttw i Miirtafca
Te . i fan
imely j opie$
Tltll'LH Oil THItHLVSTITOH
This week we want to call
the attention of the ladies of
Honolulu and the Hawaiian
Islands generally to the merits
of the Wertheim Sewing Ma
chine. This is provided with
a Belgian invention by which
three different stitches may be
sewn according to the will of
the operator. Whether the
lady of the house wants a sin
gle chain stitch or a combined
two-thread or embroidery stitch
without in any way impairing
the excellence of the machine
as a lock-stitch one, is simply
a matter of pressing a button,
this machine does the rest.
With this machine by simply
pressing a button either a lock
stitch, chain stitch or combin
ed lock and chain stitch is pro
duced as desired. In other
words this one machine per
forms the work of three dis
tinct ones, and not content
with that can furnish in ad-
i dition a beautiful darn in linen
as well as woolen materials
and underwear by means of its
far reaching chain stitch, and
the need of any special darning
appliance is therefore avoided.
To produce the chain stitch all
that is nec;ssary is to press
down a button near the stitch
regulator and move it from left
to right and go right along
with your sewing.
For dressmakers and those
who have much making over
to do, this machine is the best
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unraveled by undoing the last
loop at the end of the seam,
and although the embroidery
stitch is just as firmly locked
as the lock stitch and is much
more elastic, yet it is easily un
done. All the operator has to
do is to draw out the interlac
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stitch remains, which latter
unravels easily as stated above.
The nlachine can readily be
changed from one stitch to an
other and back again to the
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any danger of getting out of
"Seeing is believing" is an
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We have a large number of
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