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And Liver Complaint
CURED BY US1NO
Mr. T. J. CLUNE,
of tValkcrvllle, S. Anatrnlln, writes j
"Six years sro, I liad nn attack ol Indiges
tion and Liver Cnmplnitit that Luted for
weeks j I was nnahlo to do any hard work,
nan no appetite, lood distressed mo, and I
aullcred much from headache. My skin was
sallow aud sleep did not refresh me. I tried
several remedies nud cimiiilled a doctor,
without nlitalnlnjr mv relief: Anally, nno of
inv custniiiiTH levon ended Aji r'stoar.sapa
rlllti; it helped inn imni the Itrst. in fiict,
alter tahliiK six Lutt'es 1 was completely
cured, and could eal anj thing and sleep llko
Has cured others, will euro you.
Made ly Dr. J.C. A yr ft Co., Lo ell. Mn U 8 A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd,
Solo Agents for tho Republic; of Hawaii.
EDMUND P. DOLE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
818 Fort St. - Telephono 91.
128 & 130 FORT STREET.
. Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
Orders from the other Islands in Build
ing, Trimminp, Painting, etp.,eta,
Promptly nttended to.
W. W. WllItiILT, Proprietor.
(Successor to G. West)
m What bettor invostmont than a
light office coat, thoao sweltering
hot dayB. Cool, comfortable and
Bicyclers are likely to got out,
sorapod, sprainod, bruised, or
some way hurt. No matter which,
an application of Bedding's
Bussia Salvo will take away tho
firaart and pain, and oure the
troublo in a hurry. Thousands
-of whoolmon novor go on tho
road without it. Why should
VOU t 25 contn lmwH Jr. nf nnv rime-
pjist. Handy box for your pookot.
HolliBter Drag Co., Agts. , J
AT HEALTH HEADQUARTERS
8TRINGKNT MEASURES TO DE
ADOPTED ABOUT PASSES.
Another Fredi Cut of Cholera Traced
to Infected Water Nuuanu Stream
Ila; be Fenced In.
The Board of Uoillh head
quarters presonttd a busy scono
about 10 o'clock ttn's im rning, es
pecially of tor Dr. Horbort, telo
phonod anntnor case of cholera
from tho Insano Asylum. Dr.
Smith and others at onco wont
out to investigate mid during thoir
absonco much d'scueion on cho
lora and its causo took plnce
among these proiei t. It sOemed
to bo the unanimous opinion that
the wator supply of the wholo
district on the Ewa sido of tho
Nuuanu stream is in fee tod and
that new cases will o mtinue to
ocour as long nu tho inhabitants
uso surface water from any
At this afternoon's meeting of
tho Board at 3 o'olock Commis
sioner Marsden will advocate tho
erection of a ton-foot fonco on
oither sido of Nuuanu stream to
servo until such tiino as perman
ent wulls of masoimry can bo built
This will necossituto two miles of
fonoing, but Mr. Mursdou believes
it to bo tho only way to. stop the
natives from killing thomsolvcs.
Ho will have tho backing of Sen
ator Watorhouse and others who
boliovo that tho wholo trouble
comes from infected wator and
that heroic measures instead of
dilatory tactics must bo purauod
to eradicato the disease.
Senator Waterhouse, who was
hoping to obtain a week's vacation
aftr his hard work of tho past
few weeks, has given up the idea
aud is again ongaged busily in
granting necessary passes and
standing off those who inquiro for
them on trivial protoxts. Ho ox
peots that extra guards and
more stringent regulations
abont travel to and from
tho valleys will be adopted
this aftornoon, and in tho mean
timo has virtually stopped issuing
passes to anyone
Tho woman Paina, who was
taken with the aholora yost'rday,
died at 10 o'clock last night, mak
ing tho sixtioth doath from tho
The Insano Asylum wator supply
is derived from a surfaco spring,
which is supposed to bo connected
with tho Kunawai spring and taro
patohes, which havo boen deolar
od infoated in tho report of the
special, commlttoo on tho wator
supply to tho Board of Health,
whioh will bo considered this af
ternoon. This morning's victim was an
inmate of tho Insano Asylum
named Faahao, aged 53 yoars,
malo Hawaiian. Ho was taken
sick at 3:30 pm. yosterday and
reported at 9:50 this morning by
Dr. Herbert. Ho is being attend
ed by Dr. Wayson. Paahno was
out with other inmates of tho
Asylum yesterday working in
tho taro patches. Ho ac
knowledges having drank water
from tho pntohos while working
and bis attaok is asoribed to that
There wero no other oasos ro
portod up to 1 o'clock.
Finoly furnished rooms with
bath and other modern improve
ments for rent at roasonablo
prices at 29 Beretunia street.
Meohnnics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by
day," week pr month. .Terms: 25
and 50 conts por night $1, and
$1.25 por week.
H. I, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1895.
inn police couiit.
The Charge of Perjury Acatimt
IIona-litaHlnc and Other.
Jud.tt Porry made ih rt work
of the pol ce court oa nl r this
morning, ot rnthor what was loft
of it from yost t day's proceedings,
' Tommy Cummings pleaded
guilty of assaulting one Ah Loo
and got his sentence suspondod.
Ignaoio Fraga ploaded guilty
of larceny !n tie fourth dugroo in
stealing four pairs of scissors and
oight wooden balls of tho valuo of
$2 00. Filo Froitas pleadod guilty
of stealing three pairs of scissors
valued at $1.60. Manuel Oubral
and Jonquin Medoiros each stolo
one pair of soissors and pleaded
guilty theroto, whilo Jose Medoiros
and Mauool Medeiros oxtonded
thoir petty larceny operations to
includo the taking of one fan,
thruo pictures, eight needles
and three woodon balls of tho ag
gregate valuo of $3.50. All of
thoso defendants belonged to a
band of Portugueso "kid'' thieves,
tho loudor of the lot boing eight
yours old. Tho stolon articles
wpre tho property of the Portu
gueso Kindergarten Association.
Sentenco in each case has boon
suspended, uutil tho government
makes up its mind what to do
with the 3'outhfnl miscroants.
The Jibol casa ngainst Vivas
and Toixera was sot for Monday.
A. Travaso' was fined $1 and
costs for entering Puuoa valloy
without a permit.
Tho case against George Hough
tailing, Gibbs and Murphy lor
perjury was called up and conti
nued until Ootobor '2d. A; Bosa
and S. K. Kano for the defence.
TRADE OF THE WORLD.
It 1 Dlieuued by a Leading London
The Standard in an artiolo on
tho revival of tho world's trade
says: In b th England and Am
erica tho expaif ion in tho movo
ment of capital' is partly duo to
ronowod uctivty on the Stock
Exohangos, hut the railway returns
show a sjlid substratum of in
creased mercantile transactions.
Tho roturns havo improved in
America tho earliest because Am
erica awoko first. Tho money
market is now overloaded, partly
due to tho bungling currency ox
pediont in tho United States, but
tho heavy bullion movements to
England from America have not
upsot any of tho great markots.
Everything pointed to further ex
pansion of trade. For a time a
high price might override a high
tariff, but much doponds in the
next few yoars upon how America
and France and tho colonios shall
treat England in tho mattor of
tariff. Tho United States seems
disposed to rovort toward Mo
Kinloyiem. Should thoy do so
thoy will suffer a moro serious de
feat in thoir effort to control tho
world's food and cotton supply
than they havo over done.
Slatter for Inrestleatloii.
It is said that a luau, attended
by many people, had beon hold
in tho house at "the foot of Hotol
stroot, from which yesterday's
fatal cholora oaso came. And
that somo of tho party, full of
gin, went under tho houso and
caught crabs in the water. This
report comes from a reputable
source and should be investigated.
Ladies on tho othor Islands can
do thoir shopping by post by
applying to L. B. Kerr for
samples. Thoy should embraco
this opportunity, and got a singlo
yard at wholesaio prices.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Band concert nt 4 p.m. at Em
A socond-hund rofrigorafor is
A furnisbtd outtagi of two or
throe rooms is wanted immedi
ately, Tho famous E. & W. (Earl &
Wilson) Collars and Cutis in lat
est shnpes at Tracy's.
One of tho prottiost sights on
Emma street is tho bunching of
vinos at tho makai gito o'f tho
Tho interior of tho polico station
oflico is rncoiving a fresh cont of
kalsomioo at tho hands of Jap
The Y.M.O.A. mooting tomorrow
aftornoon nt 4 o'clock will be led
by Mr. William A Bowon. Topic:
When the mail loft tho repairs
to tho utenmor Australia wero well
advanced. Sho is likely to bo
hero on time Monday.
Kekuannoa stroot was scraped
this morning and tho piles of dirt
waiting f r tho cart are as plenti
ful as tho vowols in its name.
Miss Dobbio Lyle is ordorod
back to Kona by her physician,
and goes into qnnrnntino with the
othor passengers going by tho W.
A fresh now stook of straw hats,
all grades from .$1.00 up. Try a
"Pnnama"' hat, wo carry three qua
lities, you can take your choice.
Tho rainy season has fuirly set
in. A cloudburst in tho moun
tains that would flood out tho
whole Nuuanu stream basin would
Dogs take as kindly to tho pro
cincts of tho now markot as thoy
did to tho old. Thoy should bo
strictly exoluded whether attend
ing customers or purvoyors.
Tho steamer Jatnos Mnkoo will
loavo for Kauai ports on Tuesday
at 5 p.m. Sho.. will receive per
mitted freight at tho Intor-island
wharf on Monday and at tho
Mail Wharf on Tuesday.
D. W. Pika obtained judgmont
against Kaili in Judge Perry's
Court yosterday afternoon for
$80.25 for nwa sold and delivered
to defendant. A number of othor
parties nlso obtained judgments
for smnll umounts on debts.
At 12:30 p. m. Kauai residents
of the Quarantine Station woro
telephoning for something to oat.
Georgo Fuirchild had ohargo of
the arrangements for moals, and
it is supposod somo misunder
standing occurred in tho delivery
Tho Timo for today shows no
deterioration. Its front page is
filled with rainiaturo oartoons,
representing tho fight against
cholera, drawn by Harry MiBt.
Thero are halftono picturos of tho
High Sohool and of tho tennis
loaders, Wm. Singlehurst and B.
F, Board moro. Tho regular con
tributors aro up to the scratch,
Sculptor IIutchliKon'a Romance.
Tho notice of tho marriago of
Allen Hutchinson tho sculptor in
tho looul press was erronoous. His
wifo was a widow named Mrs.
Ferris with one child. When Mr.
Hutchinson arrived at San
Francisco ho was seized with
pneumonia. Mrs. Ferris, who is
said to be in indopendont circum
stances, nursca mm inrotigu nis
illness. When he got woll ho
married his good ungol.
PRICE 5 CENTO.
WAT8 OF THE CHINESE DOCTOR.
Kills tho Darting snako In the
Patient's llody Willi a Fin.
"Whon I mob acting American
Consul at Amoy, China," said
Dr. W. E. Fales to a Now York
Eecordor roportor, "one of my
omployoos foil sick with, a severe
attaok of rheumatism. Hoestood
tho pain bravoly for thrco days
rofusing all 'forignlevil medi
cine,' and on tho fourth sont for
a nativo physician. The latter
duly arrived, and began prepara
tions for treatment of the malady,
which ho pronounced to be
duo to tho presence of a
'darting snako' in tho BiiflJror'si
body. Incense sticks woro light
ed and placed just outside, tlio
door, and nleo in tho room. A.
pack of firecrackors was set offj.
aud a tulismanio papor pasted od
tho wall. This was dene to drive
away ovil spirits and attract gooc?
ones. The doctor next wrote a
lot of charaotors on a thick, 'piece
of paper with a vermilion poncil
and sot fire to it. It burned into a
black ash, which was brokon in
to a cup of wator and drunk by
tho patient. A, groat bowl of
herb tea was mndo, of which a
cup an honr was tho allotted doso.
Tho son of Esculnpins noxt bared
the body of my servant, and drove
deop down into it at nine points n
long neodlo mnistenod with pep
pormint. Ho did it with such
skill in avoiding large blood vos
sols that tho hemorrhage was in
Bignificant. Ho then covered ouch
ucapuncturo with a brownish
paste, and this in turn with n piece
of dark paper. Ho oollectod hi&
foo, 60 conts, and departed. The
sutforer soon felt into a sloop and
the next day announced that his
pains had departed. Ho remain
ed in his bunk two moro
days, laughing, chatting, Bmoking
cigarettes and once or twice using,
the opium pipe, and thon report
ed as boing well. Ho left tho
paste and papor in place until
thoy fell off. Tho skin was
smooth and the scar hardly por
coptiblo. Ho took his rocovory
as a mattor of course, his only
comment being that tho darting
snako waB thoroughly dead."
Central JVfeat Jtoljet
Love's Building, Nuuanu St.
A FIltST GLASS Market in every
Orclore dolivoroil promptly to all parts oC
gJtT Telephone 154.
May 2&-tf. J
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Wholesale and Retail-
98 Fort Street, Honoluln
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ED. C. ROWE,
House, Sign and
Ornnmental , .
i . . ram i erg . .
Paper Hanger and Decorator. .
Howe' 8 Liquid Slating -.
C20 Kirijr Street
The SINGER Received
54 First Awards for Skwjno Ma
chines and EMBiioiDEnY Wore:
at tho World!s Fair, Chicago, 111.,.,
boing tho largoat nnmbor of award,
obtained by any Exhibitor, and
more than donblo the nnmbor
givon to all othor Sewing Ma
1 my31 tf Bethol st., Honolulu.