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EVENING BULLETIN', BEPTBMnP.il 20, 1895.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Bicycle moet on Saturday.
"Watorfront people nro longing
for n sight of tlio wliito cruisors.
All schools in this island uro
announced to opon on Monduy
Paid sanitary mspootors will
rocoivo $2 per day for thoir ser
vices. Olnf Sorenson is going to koop
tho books of tho firm of Soronson
TIih entire central' floor of tho
new fish market is to bo covorod
U. S. Ministor Willis has been
'Confined to hiarpsidonco by lllnoss
for souio days past.
Everyono who has a wheel is
oxpeotod to bo on hund at Satur
day's bioyclo meet.
Kcpano has beon committed for
trial to the Circuit Court on u
churgo of housebreaking.
A normal class for one y oar's
course is to bo oponed In connec
tion with tho new High School.
Postal authorities do not expeot
tho Miowora until tomorrow, as
sho was throo days Into on her up
Accounts ovorduo to 0. E.
"Williams & Son will bo placod in
tho hunds of a collector tho firat
Duds aro to be soon gotting a
sanitary airing on tho pitched
roof of a Chinese restaurant on
The Commission to report on
tho Eltctrio Tramway system will
havo an oxhuustivo report ready
for tho coming Legislature.
Frank Godfrey Jms rocovorod
sufficiently to bo out, but a bad
black eyo still shows- up from tho
effects of tho ill-'usago ho rocoived.
Sonator Waterhouso is prepar
ing statistics from other countries
to oipbody in his ropoit to tho
Senuto on the temperance ques
tion. Clerk Ddw of tho Marshal's Of
fice, paid off the raon employed in
whitewashing and disinfooting
yesterday at tho rate of $1.50 per
Tho nativo boy receut'y sen
tenced to tho Reformatory school
for six months hus been found
to havo leprosy. He is now at
Kulihi awaiting oxunvnation.
Ah Wong, for an outrago on a
5 year-old native child, was com
mitted to the Circuit Court yes
tirday afternoon for trial. Judge
Wilcox refused to allow bail,
It is said that the five of tho
paid sanitary inspectors who
prcsont tho best reports and do
their work most efficiently will be
retained permanently ut good
A large number of ladies wero
present at tho grounds of tho Pa
cifio Tonnis Club yesterday. Tea
And refreshments wore served
under the supervision of ,Mrs.
Complaint is made in a con
temporary that Chinese store
keepers oooupy tho sidowalka for
tho exposuro of thoir Wares. The
same complaint might be extond
od to inaludo several Tehite mer
chants who are in the habit of
doing tho same thing.
Passers-by romark on the fine,
olose grain of tho stone boing used'
in the front of tho Von Holt
building. It comes from Arthur
Harrison's quarry at Punahou.
'The stone seems to be as hard as
granito, and it is said to bo cap
able of a high polish.
Lost A small boy about the
size of a man, freckle built and
slim complexion; ho wore a pleas
ant smilo, and oarriod a wooden
bag containing a couplo of left
handed railroad tunnels, a second
hand porous plastor, also one of
Brown & Iluboy's late oatalogoos.
When last seen tho lad was in
their store on Hotel street exam
ining some fine jack knivos.
Vu Jiot tiimriuitliicd. on Arrival
The Australia arrivod in Snn
Francisco on tho afternoon of the
Cuptain H. C. Houdletto re
ported to the authorities that the
cholera, or a plnguo fully as fatal
ns tho Asiatic disoaso, was pre
vailing in Honolulu when the ship
arrived there on hor voyngo from
San Francisco. Tho roports which
he recoived from shoro impelled
him to keep his ship in quaran
tine and alBo to quarantine tho
dock whero his freight and pas
sengers for Honolulu woro receiv
ed and discharged.
The striotost orders wero givon
that nono of the officers or tho
crow of tho Australia should go
on shoro, and theso instructions
wore obeyed to tho letter. Sevoral
passengers who oxpocted to re
main at Honolulu for a short time
oonoludod not to go on shore nnd
so romained on board, arriving in
San Francisco on tho 12th. There
was not a case of siokness of any
kind on the Australia during tho
passago from Honolulu to this
Quarantine Officer Chalmers
boardod tho vessel, which camo
to nnohor off tho Presidio, and
mado a thorough inspection and
muster of tho passenaors. Ho
gave the ship a clean bill of
health, and tho vessel was allow
ed to dock at 4:30 o'clock.
Captain Houdletto in an inter
view with a roportor said that the
Board of Health of Honolulu was
working vigorously and iutolli
gontly to stump out tho plagno.
The passenaors of tho Australia
adopted resolutions thanking
Cuptain Houdlotte and tho other
oflicors of tho Australia for thoir
manliness and courage in dock
ing at Honolulu, landing tho rtails
and properly looking after tho in
terests of passengers.
Briendier Keppol of the Salva
tion Army said ho was convinced
from his own personal knowledgo
that tho plague was not true
Asiatic cholera, but a scourge
brought by tho uncleanliness and
unhealthy condition of the
Dr. Milan Soulo, surgoon of tho
stoamor Australia, said: "Nono
of tho people belonging to tho
ship wero pormittod to go ashore.
However, over tho tolephono 1
spoko with a number of the physi
cians in Honolulu, and evory one
of them questioned that the epi
demic wuh cholera. They wore
all inclined to think it was not
cholera at all.
"Dr. MoKibbin, who for many
years wns in tho English army in
India and is ono of tho most pro
minent physicians in tho islands,
camo alongside just before wo
Hailed and 1 had a talk with him
there. Ho said emphatically that
tho sickness was not cholera. Ot
those first three deaths of Chinese
from the Belgic, ho said, two were
of old opium fiends who had boon
deprived of tho drug, and it ap
peared from the symptoms that
that was tho cause of thoir deaths.
With ono exodption tho otlnr
dentlmwero of natives. Thoy had,
ho bolieved, beon eating raw fish,
orabs and such things, and had
violent attacks of diarrhea from
that and not from cholora. As to
the single whito man who diod,
tho sailor on tho Bennington, he
said that he had beon working on
tho dynamos several hours, and
when overheated plungod in tho
water and diod in two hours. He
saw no pronounced sign of cholera
in any caso."
At a meeting of the Board of
Hoalth of San Franoisoo, on tho
28th ult. John D. Sprockets in
quired as to how long tho steam
ers would bo dotainod in quaran
tine. Ho was told that thoy
would not bo unnecessarily de
layed an hourand that if they
arriyod without any cholera on
board, tho fumigation would not
keep them from tho dock more
than twelve hours. Dr. Hart
said that fruit should not bo
brought from the Hawaiian isl
ands now, as it might provo a
sourco of infection.
Kobe in Japan and Rio do
Janeiro woro dock red infectod
ports by tho Board.
Pnssongors by tho Eio do Ja
noiro said the quarantine at An
gel iBlund was a farce.
Complaint is made in tho
Chronicle that tho ship ftleiioricht
was discharging dirt ballast that
sho took on at Shanghai less tlinn
sixty days previously, while the
ship-Merioneth was held in qua
rantine because sho had dirt
ballast taken on at Rio Janeiro,
in another ocean and around tho
continent, ninoty-two days before
sho arrivod horo. '
Tho vpssoIs now in quarantine
will probably not bo allowed to
dock for several davs, savs., a ro
port in tho Chronicle Tlj'o S. C.
Allen and tho S. N. Cn$tlo nro
lying in Raccoon straits. On
both of thcBo vessels the storos
gavo out, nnd on tho Allen the
passengers waited one morning
until 10 o'clock without broakfast,
and might not have had any then
if it had not boon for tho guard
posted by tho customs authori
ties, who wont ashoro to tell of
tho vessel's lack of stores. Tho
stoamor Rio is lying off Califor
the Finn iir.M,.
Tho Department Called Out for a
Small Chinatown Illaze.
The fire alarm at 9:45 this
morning camo from tho engine
houso at tho cornor of Maunnkea
and Kauwiki streets, and was
turned in for a small blaze in the
alley way which lios at tho roar
and right of tho engine house.
Tho alarm was givon by a
small Chinese boy and tho Chcm-
icul Engine Company turned out
in short order, at the same time
Bending the alarm to other com
panies. The nro was in tuo up
por part of a two-story shanty,
used as a wash houso undorueath
and bathroom and closot above.
Tho fire originated in a lot of
trash which had collected in ono
cornor of the bathroom and
soon enVHioppu too room auu
spread to two two-story dwolling
houses, both of which were just
commencing to burn nicely when
tho chemical engiuu got in its
deadly work. The fire was undnr
coutrol by tho time a stream from
ono of No. 2's engines finished the
job in short order.
The damaged building wob
owned by Hop Wy, n Chinese
merchant, und was runted out in
separate rooms to Chineso, tho
house on tho other sido being oc
cupied by natives. Tho duuingo
will not exceed fifty dollars.
Tho firo was located in a bad
place and if it hnd gained any
headway a serious fire would havo
resulted. This morning's work
demonstrates more than over tho
good judgment of Chief Hunt in
placing tho ohoraical ongine in
this dangoroiis loculity. It is in
tended for just such incipiont fires
as this morning's, whero every
second of time counts.
Everywhere AV Go
Wo find some one who has been cured by
Hood' 8arsaprllla, and people on all liarnli
are praising this great medicine for what It
has done for them and their friends. Taken
In time Hood's &arsaiarlllaprecnts serious
Illness by keeping the blood pure and all the
organs In a henltby condition. It Is the great
Hood's Pills become tlie favorite cathartic
wuu every one wuo ine mem. c. per box.
AM. ACCOUNTS OVEHDUE THE FIRM
ofC. E. Williams Son will bo placed
In the hands
of a collector on October 1st,
V.n A U'll.llAUQ
ED. A. WILLIAMS.
PUNAHOU PREPARATORY SCHOOL
: WITH A
Complete Corps of Teachers
will 'open on
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th,
AT 0 O'CLOCK A. ITI.,
Pending tho decision of the Hoard of
8pecial attention pild to sanitary condi
The Clearance Sale that was postponed
at the Tkmplk of Fashion on account of the
Cholera Scaro will begin again on
and run during the entire month. The goods
will bo marked in plain figures. Go to tlio
other stores and get prices and compare them,
with the prices at the Tkmplk or Fashion. . . .
Don't forget the date
October 1st, 186,
and remember that everything in the store goes
BIG --'.-- REDUCTION !
'Watch our Space and our Windows for good
GOODS at a Low Figure
. 3STUF -:- SED.
1 TEMPLE OF FASHION, '
This groat homo-mndo drink is ns healthful ns it is plcas
nnt. It is good all tho time; good for tho cliildron; good for
the grown-up folks; good for everybody harmful to nono.
It koops tho blood pure and cool, strengthens tho system and
counteracts tho effects of. tho beat. It is absolutely free from
a siiiL'!? iit0?cntiug property nnd is everywhere recognized ns
A Temperance Drififc
For Temp ranee People.
A packago of Iliro's Rootboor extract will make livo gal
lons. The directions nro so simplo thnt anyone can mako tlio
most dolicious, sparkling, effervescent boorago without
trouble or oxponso. Ask your storekeeper for it, mado onlv
by The Charles E. Hires Co., Philadelphia TJ. g. A.
" Wo Wd UBod your Itootboer for tho last throo years nnd think tlioro Is
nothing oqnttls it. Mns.N. Sickel, 393 Northampton street, Boston, Mass."
" I havo boen wring your Itootboor lor three years, nnd havo recommomlod
It to mnny of my friends. 1 have also beon much plo ed with It. It is ro
froshlng, nourishing, in fact words are inadequate to oxprcs its worth. Mrs.
B. Dkaun, Htato street, between Constance, New Orleans, L. A., U. S. A."
Hodron Dnuo Company, "Wholesale Druggist.
Benson, Smith & Company, "
Hollibter Dnua Company, "
Lewis & Company , Grocers.
-This is an especial brand imported only by us. It is positively
the best Cigar in tho city for tho money.
Imported and for sale by
Hollister & Co.,
AID I'OltT STREET.
And so can you in
side, outsido nnd
nil the way through
h VflH b.
FORT AND MERCHANT STS )M
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