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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 5. 1895.
BUEEM OF PUBLIC UM-
Ily Authority of the Coiinnlloncr of Villi-1
lic Lands Mr. 0. P. laukca In appointed Sul-
Ap;cnt of Public lands for Hie Island ofOaliu,
iucIi appointment bearing date September
1'or tlic Commlssloiicis,
.) V IIUOWN.
Comtnlfloiicr and Aecnl of Public Land.
Officii of the llonn of IIhii.tm
Honolulu, II I., Oct.!!
All lillU, on ciccomit of expense for tlio
suppression of tlio oholcrn epidemic, for
suppllei furnished up fo mul including Oof.
r, ,ire oiibicil fo U presented tit tlio ofllce of
the llo.ud of Health, not Liter tlinn 12
t.'i lock nnon, Octnlier 7th, 1S!U, to bo audit
ed for p.vjmeni. To cusuro prompt pay
ment, nil hills must have thereon tho
lruonl of tho oflletr who incurred tlio
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
1 IM t President Hoard of Health.
ALL Government Schools will open on
MONDAY, Octolwr 7th, unless otherwise
ordered by tho Hoard of Heidth.
JOHN 1'. SCOTT.
A uonnnl class under tho special diiec
tiou of n iiuulllied instructor, consisting of
a one year's course, will bo formed nt tho
time of the opening of tho schools, at tho
new Hlshop Uullilliuron Emma street. Tui
tion will bo free.
Ily order of tho Hoard of Education,
JOHN I'. SCOTT,
0 fllT. ofthk ltotnnoK Hkilth.
IIONOIXLU, H. I Oct. 4, lb!i:.
Tho following named persons aro au
thorized to slgu Permits of nil kinds issued
from the Oflico of tho Hoard of Health.
A. W. Caiitik,
li. D. Kh.ui'Io,
Cm vs. Wll.i'o.
WILLI VM O. SMITH,
1 IS-'Jt President Hoard Health.
Regulation of the Board of Health.
OtUl K M TIIK HOAIIII OK llKAl.TII,
HoMiLi'Li', II. 1., Oct. y, 1VI5. j
Schools may bo opened in tho District of
Honolulu except tho schools situated in the
No childicn from tho infected locality aro
allowed admission to nny school. Tho "In
fected Locality" is that portion of tho dis
trict lying vithiu tho following boundaries,
From the harbor along Mnunakea street
tolleretania stieot, along Hcietnuiii street
to Nuuauu struct, along Nuuauu stieet to
Vineyard stieet, along Viney.ird street to
Nuimnu stream, along Nuuauu strram and
Puehuehu stream to Judd street, along
Judd stieet west to tho foot-hills, along tho
ba.e of the foot-hills to tho road hounding
the Kainehauieha School promises on tho
osst, thonco a lino drawn in oxteusiou of
said load to tho sea.
US-2t Piesidcut Hoard of Health.
51? Euepir Bulletin,
Willi wlilrli l Incorporated (lie
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
OCT. 5, 1895,
Although this paper w;m among
tho first to udvueuto a rolaxing of
tho quarmitino on intor-island
commorco, it cannot condomn tho
cautious conservatism of tho
Board of Health in referring tho
matter to a special committee It
is well somotiinos to orr on tho
safo side, and a day or two more
or less will not mako a great deal
of difference in this muttor. AVIint
we advocatod was rathor umio
co'icorviitivo than tho resolution
of tho Chamber of Commorco,
and, if tlio Uonid doos not seo its
way clear to comply fully with
the wishes of the business mon,
something like tho plan suggest
ed by tho Hum i:tin ought to bo
adopted. That is, to havo qtin
Tfintino stations with fumigating
equipments established at tho
nrinciual outnorts, so as to mako
apsuniuco of safoty doubly suo.fliig Micawbers, it will voto with
Then tho Btoamors could run to
and fro without interruption,
thoir loads, nnirnuto mul
to, underi'oiiig tho pro
cesses of purification during u
auitublo senson prior to tho timo
of sailiiiR. It would not bo judi-
cioiia to throw down tho bura nl-
toguthor until, say, a month lins
olupsod without nny enses of tho
cliseiiso. Tlioro would bo n liabi
lity, if tho germ tlioory is correct
and it would 'o rash to
nssuino with present know
ledge that it is not that
tjomo pi-iHim fr in the infict
cd districts might curry infection
to tho other islands' in clothing,
without tho poison himsolf boing
iiflbetod with what lio carried.
When we seo tho authorities of
the United States employing tho
striotost precautions against tho
introduction of tho diseiiso into
that country, it would bo highly
unwiso for as to hastily swoop
away restrictions against tho
sprout! uf tho disoaso to tho rost
of tho group, with its teaming
plantations mid scarcity of physi
cians. Yot it is a sorious matter
to huvo that internal commorco
upon which so many of our people
depend materially hampered,
and tho rosourceful onergy of our
oitizons, which has apparently
put tho plaguo down in Honolulu,
ought to bo equal to prevonting
its oxcursion to the other islands
without such sovoro restrictions
on tradoas aro now in force. It is
true, tho remedy would cost some
thing, but suroly not so much as
tho thing to bo romediod is now
costing in personal hardship and
An nrticlo in tho Advertiser rop
resonts public sontimont in the
United States on tho quostion of
Hawaiian annexation as being
rived so as to mako "at least
throo parties." Then it spocially
describes four distinct partios on
the question in that country. This
little oddity in rhetoric is only
mentioned in passing. Tho four
parties actually described to rop
ros.ont "at least throo" aro as
Tho first would annex on
grounds of friendship, would take
in and keep warm tho child of
American philanthropy. The
second would annex poromptorily
on the around thut it was mani
fest dostiny to do so, that tho
commorcial and naval needs of
America demand, and it would
pay little regard to tho feelings of
tho poopio whothor they aro un
n xationists or not. Tho third
takes a high moral stand, and
asks if vo aro "assimilated," if
wo aro not lapsing into Orien
talism, and if wo may not becomo
a soro spot in American politics.
A fourth party is in doubt about
tho matter, and believes tlmt
things will como out all right,
and that haste is not desirable
According to the foregoing clas
sification the first party is a wolf
in snoop's clothing, which would
make n foreign couquost, contrary
to pure Amorican traditions, es
tablishing a "government with
out tho consent of tho governed,"
In the sacred unmo of
"philunthrophy." Tho second is
tho Simon-pure jingo party, which
makes no bonos of subjugating "a
foeblo folk" for puroly selfish
considerations. From tho descrip
tion given tho third party it is
anti-annexation straight, whose
"moral" sensibilities recoil at the
notion of adopting tho Asiatic
hordos introduced for tho bono
lit of that philanthropically-pro-pagated
"kid" about which the
first party is solicitous" and
tho native Hawaiian poopio
whom from its "high moral
htnid" tho party in question, No.
3, regards us "niggors"or"injins"
who aro proverbially hold 1)3' it as
boing at thoir best whon dead.
Ai to tho fourth party, composed
ol doubting lhomiises and wait-
tho highly moral
But what ubout tho G. 0. P.,
tho grand old Ropublioan party,
that wo havo been told so often
would nunox llnwnii whonovor it
camo into power ? Has all
that talk boon given only
for a "stiff," as Tho Time's "Chop
on tho Cornor'' would say? Homo
of thoso who took it in good faith,
and choerod thomsolvis Imnrio
ovor tho oncouraging iisinniiira.
ore boginning tolhiuk they woro
only boing played for duces.
Thoy will probably ono day foim
tho nuclous of a party in Hawaii,
and makothoirdoceivors fool their
resentmont. Our morning con
temporary would produco anothor
interesting article by analys
ing tho public sontimont in
Hawaii upon annexation and
classifying its component ole
monts. If it did this intelligent
ly and honestly, tho result would
mako its party even nioro ridi
culous thnu its disclosure, in the
article undor roviow, of tho slen
der hopos it has of annexation
from all that can bo discovered in
its favor in tho public opinion of
tho United States.
Tho foregoing remarks aro not
made in opposition to annexation
lrom tins side, but in coiuPnina
tion of the deception hithorto
practised townrd tho poopio of
these islands, upon that quostion,
by tho party that is governing the
There is plenty of timo for Ha
waii to got up nn exhibit for tho
big fair projected by tho Tncoma
peoplo for 1900.
This paper doos not publish
communications rolatiug to pri
vato disputos or differences bo
tweon businpss rivals. Theroforo
a letter from Hilo of ono of thoso
classes is refused insertion.
A description of an incinerator
for burning garbago, just adopted
in Washington, D. C. , is givou in
the morning paper. Tho inclu
sion of snmo such plant in the
sanitary improvements wanted for
Honolulu should be given tho
Says tho Advortisor, referring
to nn intorview reported of ox
Minister Wodebouse: "Tho state
ment from a prominent English
man, that English rosideuts of
Hawaii prefer a return to tho
monnrcby to annexation to tint
United States, is a plumb that
many American oditors nro look
ing for just at presont." What
do thoy want a "plumb" for?
Aro they out of tho perpendicular 1
In an articlo on tho now pub
lished address of Dr. Joseph Cook
hero ou tho Fourth of July, tho
Advortisor has the following com
ments in tho wny of tucit approv
al: "Ho represents a class of
Amoricaus who aro trying to
think out tho many complicated
problems boforo American states
men. Instead of shouting and
waving tho flag for nnuoxution,
and blackguarding everyone who
will not wildly shout and wave,
he soberly considers tho situation,
mid tells us that shouting and
waving duosn't sottlo groat ques
tions." "Doesn't" thoy? Well,
who has beou doing nil tho
"shouting and waving" and
"blackguarding ovoryono who will
not shout and wavo V For un
swor soo the bacli files of tho Ad
vertiser. f rvom IT. S. Journal cfiMieine.)
i'rof.W.H.rvoke.wlioinnltcsa (pecl.ilty of Epilepny,
lus ltliuut doubt treated will cured more catca lima
iiiyllvliiKrii)hlcUu;,iUucccMUB.tonl.li Ing. o
!m o heard of case, of SOyearAtamlliiKCured ly lilm.
I lu iHililUticua vilual.lcwork on tin dl.ease hlcu ho
end 4 Willi a lnrso Uottlo of lim alwohaecure, Iri o to
any luffcrcr who may eend their P.O.and fciprej. ad.
drr9. Wo ndvlooanyonovlsotnfiaciirotoaddnM,
Prof. W. XL VEX&vIy. V., 4 Udar St., New York.
Judge Oifden of Oakland
recently gave a young married
woman some good advice wlien
he refused to grant her a
divorce. The couple had been
married three years and were
quite young, but they evident
ly got along about as well as
most married people do. How
ever, the voting woman thought
she ouglit to have a divorce
and filed a complaint against
her husband alleging cruelty.
The specific facts set forth
were that her husband fre
quently slapped her, whether
playfully or not the complaint
does not state, and that once
he spoke crossly to her. This,
however, was while the hus
band was putting up a stove,
and therefore cannot be won
dered at. On another occasion
the young wife says her hus
band threatened her, but in
answer to the Judge she ex
olained he had only told her
! the proper thing to bring her
under subjection would at to
raise a family. But this poor
husband's greatest offense lay
in his feet. He had big ones
according to his wife, and on
one occasion he had the auda
citv to place them in her lap,
and she said, "he had his boots
In refusing to grant a divorce
on such trivial testimony Judge
Ogden gave the wife a little
fatherly lecture. " You can
hardly expect the court to grant
you a divorce upon such testi
mony. If we were to grant
you a divorce upon that show
ing there would not be a
couple in Oakland that would
not be entitled to a divorce. It
is impossible to find human
nature that is ideally perfect.
There are many little imper
fections that education and as
sociation will smooth off, and
married people must exercise
forbearance and patience. In
stead of widening the breach
close it up. A young couple
such as you are will find mar
ried hie a very Happy existence
if you will return to your home
and not do just what you have
been doing heretofore."
1 hat Oakland Judge had
some sense, indeed it is ap
parent that his wisdom arose
from experience. It is a pity
there are not more like him. If
there were there would be
fewer divorces and more hap
py homes. What is home
without a mother-in-law and
the privilege of putting your
feet on your wife's lap without
putting vour boots on first.
All of which reminds us ot
another little story. By the
steamer Australia we have re
ceived one of the largest con
signments of hardware ever
landed on these fly specks of
the Pacific. It comprises an
assortment of plated ware, ideal
coffee pots, three and five
thousand gallon tanks, steel
wire cloth, flour sifters, black
smith's bellows, wire mats,
cutlery, feather dusters, hoe
handles, California lawn sprink
lers, lanterns, shovels, rice
plows, bath tub enamel, Dis
ston's No. 2 cane knives, mill
saw files, sole leather and as
sorted goods such as varnishes,
patent water closets, paint
burner's, Hendry's mixed
paints, hose in all sizes and
qualities, metallic paint in oil
and shooting coats.
We have also received a
fresh shipment of "Tribune"
and-"Aonarch" bicycles, with
lamps and fittings of all kinds.
All of the above goods are
on the wharf and may be ship
ped to any port of. the islands.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
Opposite Bpreofcokf Blnek,
007 VOS TCCE3Ifr
Non - Quarautinc Goods,
Tho goods advertisod by tho
following firms can bo Bhippod to
tho other islands without hoard of
Health permits :
WINES & LI QUO KS.
Macfarlane & Co., Limited.
PU.M TltKB (UN (Luge cne)
Kl:V ItltANI) CI.V (Kinall rw).
HCNNKsSKV HKANDV (three star).
I). I' S. AM HOl'llHON WMSKKV.
CAUKOItNlA WINKS In .V) nml UI-KfJ!""
luckncel and a fmnll lot f AMIKU
fKU - ItUfeCU (St. I.uiils) 11EKH lu
nuarU and pint.
GROCERIES & PROyjSjOlVjS.
LEWIS 4 CO.
Have n full lino of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
on tho Oecnnic Wlinrf for sn'o. The- Goods
will bo left tlicro until disponed of.
Salmon (Tlnn), Ilnlf Ins, Ilnxes and Botes;
lluttcr 'S lb. Kits; Cliccic, I X I.; Onions,
Itollcd Ilarley, llran, Middlings, C. & C.
Flour, COD FISH, 60 lb. Handles.
TIIKO. II. D1VIKS ic UOMIMXY.
Castle & Cooke,
Now liavc on Purine Mall Wlinrf Heady for
Vacuoline Engine Oil,
COO W CVUNDElt on.,
UKOWX I.AUXDllV SOAP,
11 Mf CUOWN KI.OUI!.
Union Feed Go.
Whole Ilarley, liny, O.ils,
i:x . n. iuiowkua.
California Feed Go.
Rolled Ilarley, llran,
Wheat. O.its and
Tip Top Flour.
Lime & Stone
Ofl'er for snlo tho bebt quality of Lluio at
tho ruling markot rato. This Limo is the
genuine ni ticlo, pure and simple. Xo for
oigu Hiilmtnuccs used.
CivW"B P 217 and leave your orders.
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
vew tract of land
piaiiMoiuuLisiiow oiiriia niui'lcei. Tliese t
building sites are located opposite Pana- I
Iwa College, facing on. Mahihl and. Pana-
lioa streets and 1' ildcr Avenue. We claim i
every advantage for these lots: then are on x
the car Line, tiey Have, citu ivaier. then
have line shade trees: the tin p.v, m, l nnnn
portion of the city
uuiv isuuii:i!v,iinuj uii.oiiwiiinijieeiuview can
never he shut out by other buildings: the
elevation is high a?id entirely suitable for
residence mtrvoscs. Thelalsiu-i 7.1 ft. .,
and PJS ft. deep,
C03 Fort Street
Is jiflii nn.l tlio eltyof Honolulu
Is toihv Hie cleanest spot ou
eartli. Wc'ii lind sickness In
llu, town but It Is over and
uery one lslinppler In cone
(iicncr, riactlon lins set In and
business Is nn tlio move aitnln.
J.ndles do not lime to devoto
hi much lime to house clcan
Injj nll'drs, and they can );lo
some of the hours during tho
dny to making their dresses qr
si'lectliiK material for them.
nurliiz the dull days of the
plague e have overli.iuhd all
of our Immense slock and
marked down prices to suit t lie
times. Jnt look at the i;nods
mid compare the prices with
those o hae been pii)ln In
I.atcl stjlej, fifty icnls to a
much as jou want to pay.
foi tin; children nt 00 cents a pair.
Fine quality from $1.43.
ou never saw such a line of house-furnish-Hit;
goods In your llfo us wo carrv, nor did
you ever see such aluc for jour money.
Sheetings, Toweling, Bed
Spreads, Hairand Clothes
KiT Summer dress goods reduced to the
M. S. LEVY.
Rooms to Let.
RjEATLY FUltNlSIIED ItOOMS TO LET
I" ut Xo. 4 Gutilou Luno, at very reason
able rntcH. 100-tf
Horse for Sale.
FOK XOX-FAYMEXT OF
lio.ird. we will hull ou TUESDAY.
O tobcr '.'lltli, 18!).",, lit 1'uhlio Auction, nt
tho Auction looms of Juuioh 1 Morgan, iu
Honolulu, ono Hay Mine. CEUJJ STA1ILB
Septembers, 18!)o. 113-tni
A Good Fertilizer
To Suit the Times;
At S.'JO per ton of 2Q00 lbs.
Aualyzod us follows:
10 per cant. 1'b.or.phoriu Acid. J tolublo
(1 per cent. Potash (actual).
11 pi r cent Ammonia.
10 per cent, l.lme (Carbonate).
FLORIDA PIIOSPHA TE.
S UL PITA TE . I XD MUPJA TE
N PHI ATE OF SODA AND
SULPHATE OF AMMONIA.
10 per cent, to 45 per ccut
toluble in water, iu quan
tities to suit.
ANY SPECIAL FOHMULA MADE TO
A F. COOKE,
117-tf HAWAIIAN FERTILIZING CO.
fia.s iust hfio.it.
is located, around Puna-
and the tennsounbe had
BBUCE WAKING & Co.
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