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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 8, 1895.
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BUREAU OF PUBLIC LANDS-
Ut Authorltj of tlic C'oininlloucr of Pub-
: Land Mr. C. 1'. Inukrn Is appointed Sub-
Accnt of I'ubllr laud fur (lie Nlnml of Onhu,
nrh appointment bearing dale September
1'or tlic Commissioners,
.1 1' IIIIOWN.
Commissioner and Agent of Public l.amK
'rritii or tub Hoini or IIeu.tii I
Honolulu, II. I., Oft. T, ls,. (
Tlie P.tgnlnllons of Hi Honnl of Health re
,nlrliig that Mqnor Sntoon be closed flora
r SI. tot) i M In Iterelij icclndcd.
llv order ofllie Board of Healtli.
WILLIAM C). SMITH,
JiO-'.'t 1'iesnlelit Hoard of Health.
. . .. ...
Resulation of the Board of Health,
No Merchandise shall lie allowed to ue
liipped from iiouoiiiiu to oilier ports of
these Isl.vids excepting under the following
No iroodol any kind shall lie snipped un-
les they are now and In merchantable cou
Jlllon. All duly licensed liuslmss hotie maj ship
tlic follow In? described goods, imported from
Amtrlcan, rjuropean and Australian ports.
Agricultural Implc- Cement,
ments. foal, in bulk.
Hags, new. In bales. Corrugated Iron.
Briiks. Fence Wire.
Carriages and 'Va- Flour.
Door and Windows. Iron and Steel.
Ice, unpacked, OH, In barrels or
Iron l'lpe. drums.
Plaster. Wafts In colls.
3lco. Sewing Machines.
on srnm tkumih.
Aerated Waters (of local uinuufacture).
Coal in lng.
con in iiuim china andJU'AN.
All new good from ports iu China nml
Japan may bo shipped excepting Liquors,
tlroceriet, Provisions oud other articles of
Provided, however, that tho following
,;oods limy be .shipped, namely:
Ufnna, dried usually pack-eil iu 50 or 100
Hamboo ."pnut, hermetically sealed In 'Jib.
filmier, preserved In Jars,
dhrlmps, dried, California only.
MIT to he am owr.n.
No second-hand Clothing, Bedding Furni
ture, Trunks, or other personal etlects to be
No cane or paLkagc repairing a permit
ahall be received on oard of any vessel, un
less the same has ui. :nspector's label pasted
on It, giving the name of the shipper and
tdgncd by the Inspector.
By order of the Board of Henlth,
WILLI tM 0. SMITH,
J20-Jt President Hoard of Health.
51 Eueoir? Bulletin
Willi which Ik Incorporated the
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY. - - - OCT. 8. 1893
Since it has boon determined
ns a sanitary uocossity that Nuu
uuu stream should bo wallod in,
She work should ba pushed for
wnrd to completion and not allow
ed to dreg along for a year. No
mistakes should bo committed in
the engineering of the work. Tho
walls must not, for instanco, he
constructed so as to dam back
.suifaco wiiters that ought to be
drained oil" by tho stream. A
ann-profossiuiml idea is that tho
-deepening of tho mid-channol for
-the wlmlo Ciiurso of tho stronm
through town, with the construe,
ttion of sloping ombankments of
nubble masonry not higher than
iiecoHFury to confino the normal
dnv, would fulfil all tho ends de
aired. All the low lauds that aro
r.ot going to bo filled up for either
.'building or public park purposes
CM,1(1 bo elionplv ilntinod into tho
stream. Tho Hoard of Ihnlth
shoulil ndopt a regulation declnr
itig fitngnant waters and dank
bogs in tlu- town limits to bo com
mon nuisances, and properly
owners having such holdings
would probably then soo that
they wore drained.
Some time should bo sol, from
tho hist case of cholera reported,
at which Honolulu may bo do-
claied clean and claim all tho ,
rights and privileges of a clean
port, with rogard to both foroipn
and internal commerce. Whatever
may romain to bo dono, howevor,
for securing the absolute purifica-
districts ought to ho dono with
tho grantust possible expedition.
Ssliunnntnil vn f ova alirMlliI lin flrfll II-
od uwny to tlio sea at any Cost,
(Uuj foillod Wator COUlSt'S bo
,i,,.1.l,. .1 J:ft.,l Knnir.irv
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inspection must bo strictly miin
tainod, not merely for a fow
months after the disease has dis
appeared, but for all time. Ships
from infected couutrios will
have to be admittod only
with tho groatost caution, and
persons and goods coming there
by be subjected to thorough quar
antine. Thero aro pooplo horo
who still persist iu saying that
tho recont plnguo was not im
ported, and who predict that it
will inako its appoaranco again
next summer. Even if conditions
can bo proved oxistont which
would justify tliia opinion, wo be
liove that it is in the power of the
authorities to prevent its justifi
cation by ovonts. Tho same
moasurea that have boon availing
to provent tho bpifiid mid long
provalonco of tho disouso will, if
there is anything in tho law of
oauso and effect, prevent tho re
currence of tho visitation or at
loast check its progress bo
yond a few isolated cases.
What is required of tho nuthori
tios in particulor and the commu
nity in general is to do tho duty
that is in sight today and loavo
tomorrow to eventualities. Should
the recent visitation be but tho
precursor of otliors, tho authori
ties and tho citizens and tho
physicians uuvo tho benefit of ex
porionco iu battling against it.
This fact should tell upon any
similar situation that may arise
in" years of tho near future, and
i civo to tho community in tho
meant'ino immunity from distress
ing fonrs that might othonviso bo
It may well be said that cor
porations havo no souls when
steamship companies will carry
Chinese immigrants in tho lust
stages of consumption and risk
tho chancos of their dying on the
An interesting itom appears in
this issue about Gorman commer
cial unions, it muy in part ox
plain the fact that, as a class, the
largo number of young Germans
who havo come to this country are
exceptionally intelligent and
otherwiso dosirablo as residents.
Mombors of Congress will find
an oleetric button on each of
their desks at tho coming session,
giving thorn connoction with an
annunciator iu each clonk room.
The mossongors are not to ho en
vied until tho novolty of pressing
the button has worn off.
According to a roport printed
elsowheio, Japan is adopting a
policy of polt,y proscription
against goods not of Japanoo
manufacture in Corea. This is
hardly compatible with tho dig
nity Japan has acquired in waging
a successful wnr against China
with tho ostensible object of
loruing political reforms upon
Upon tho decision of tho (lor
man Government to expel nil for
eign socialists, a journal of that
country predicts tho advent of a
Thore was no quarrel hctweon
tho Board of Education imd St.
Louis Collego in i'gard to ro
oponing. All the louring was
dono by spaco-fillcrs on an oven
ing papfr who wanted to got n dig
at the Hoard.
An oxohange says that labor
sooins to bo a drug in tho Austra
lian market; farm laborers are
jiaid f2.125 to $2 50awook, boys
from 37 t 75 cents a week, bakers
SH.75 and wondohoppors 1.23 a
wook. At tlieso rates it might
pay our sugar plan tors to look
into tho matter.
On tho cholora question tho
San Francisco Chronicle snys:
"In tho matter of a disease like
cholera thore is ono goldon mlo
to bo observed, which is that
cloanlincss is health. However
much scientists may differ as to
questions of causo and effect in
zymotic diseases, thoy agree that
tho best preventive against the
spread of suoh diseasos is cleanli
ness. Cholora, yollow fovor and
all such diseases seek dirt and
filth as unerringly as n hyena
finds carrion, and unco establish
ed, tho disease is next to impos
sible ot dislodgraont.
Mrs. Yeomaus.a sister of Presi
dent Cleveland, is quoted us being
quite positive that ho would not
bo a candidato for re-oloction.Hcr
principal reasons for holieving so
aro tho President's desiro to re
tire from public life and his op
position to a third torm. His de
siro would likoly givo woy boforo
mi enthusiatic nomination of his
party, aud, according to Senator
Gray, his election would only givo
him a second toim in consooutivo
ordor, which is not violative of tho
widoly accoptod tradition against
a third torm.
The suddon closing of ono of
tho largest schools in San Francis
co under peremptory orders of
tho Board of Hoalth, loads tho
Chronicle to roinnrk :
The closing of tho Richmond
school by Superintendent Mould
er, under direction of tho Board
of Health, is an act dosorving of
commondation. It is truo that it
will doprivo somo four hundred
scholar, for tho timo being, of
tho opportunity of prosecuting
thoir studios, but what shall it
avail a pupil if ho lenrn the rule
of three and lose his hoalth ? An
education may bo attained uudor
the most adverse circumstances,
but to regain bodily hoalth, when
onco it is lost, surpasses tho skill
of all tho podagoguos in tho
Mrs. Mary E. Leaso, tho Popu
list orator, has como out in an
interviow charging ex-Senator i
John J. Ingalls with habitual
plagiarism. Sho says ho has
built up his splendid reputation
as an orator by using quotations
stolon from French and Spanish
writers. His speeches aro beauti
ful mosaic work, but not his own,
says Airs. Loaso, and " ho is
tho most orratio, inconsistent,
contradictory, pitiful and con
tomptiblo figuio in Kansas his
tory." This coming from a bril
liant woman is protty hard on
Mr. Ingalls, but his speeches havo
as u rulo boon characterized moro
by Bound than by sonso auyway.
In an artiolo on "A Hawaiian
Cable," tho Snu Francisco Chron
iolo, roferring to Colonol Spald
ing's schomo, says:
It would bo much hottor for
the Government to tako the mat
to!1 iu hand directly, and lay and
control its own cabin to Hawaii.
American intorosts thcrp are suffi
ciently important to wurrant us
in laying tho cable as a war
measure, if for no other reason,
and tho Government can collect
tolls and earn interest on the in
vestment just as a private corpo
ration. Wo think tho eablo
should bo either purely
public or purely private,
and not a private in
stitution aided and supported by
a Government subsidy. A cable
lino is wholly unlike n small
Htoamship line. Tho first cost is
practically all thoro is to it, tho
expoupe of niiiintoiiunco and ro
pairs being very slight.
In view of the periodical roporls
of famine in difl'tin nt countries, it
is strange that corn is so abundant
in the United States as to ho
cheaper than coal for fuel. Is it
on account of tho exactions of tho
railway compnnios that tho corn
cannot bo carried to tho seaports
and shipped at sumo profit to
lands of loss plenty beyond tho
sons? Should such bo tho case
tho Amorican peoplo havo only to
roalizo tho fact, and tho Populist
party would riso speodily and i
ovorshadow oithor of the two old
Thoro is very little oxcitomont
among tho membors of th Sharp
shooter's Company over tho com
ing election of oflicors which is to
take place on Monday ovouing,
and the rogulnr ticket will in all
probability go through without
opposition. This means tho pro
motion of F. L. Dodge to the
captaincy, and the election of
Waltor Wall and J. L. McLean as
first and socoud lieutenants.
Hj onlcr ol A V Rear, Esq., Administrator
of the estate of A 1' Peterson, deceased, I
will sell at Public Auction at tny salesroom,
On Thursday, Oct. 10th,
At 10 o'clock m.,
MISCELLANEOUS LAW BOOKS.
MACNEALE & URBAN SAFE,
B:ok Cases, Screens, Etc.
James P. Morgan,
On Wednesday, Oct, 9th
At 12 o'clock noou
At my salesroom, I will Bell nt Public
TEN SHARES WOODLAWN
FRUIT CO. STOCK,
ipor Share Paid up
James F. Morgan,
Tliu Ollleers and Executive Committee of
tbu Hawaiian Itelltf Society ban' decided not
to supply rations aflcr taturda net, l'.'tli
lust, iiiiIcm, a fresli outbreak o'f cholera oc
cur. Hills Bi'Klint the society should be iue
Bcnted by ID o'clock on Saturday nct.
Honolulu, Oct. H, 1WI5.
Cow For Sale.
MltS. ASIIIOItD HAS FOH 8ALE AN
KXtitt lino yonuj,' cow with srcond
oulf tlneo ilayK old nt her Nlrfu ido a
ttroiiK yonng Uorbo. PJO-tf
Rooms to Let.
UATLY FUKNISHKI) HOCJMS TO LOT
nt No. 4 fliuilou Lauo, at May uiihon-
Judtfe Otjden of Oakland
recently gave a young married
woman some good advice when
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 young woman thought
she ought to have a divorce
and tiled 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
plained he had only told her
the proper thing to bring her
under subjection would be 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
city 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 voting couple
such as you are will find mar
ried lite a very happy existence
if you will return to your home
and not do just what you have
been doing heretofore."
That 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 your boots on first.
All of which reminds us of
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 "Monarch" 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
Oppoolta SprcekrlM mock,
o xr-oxrr -rxwwx
Noii - Quarantine Goods.
Tho goods advertised hy tho
following firms uiiu ho shipped to
tho other islands without Uoardof
GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
Haven full line of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
on Hip Ocr-iiiic Wlinrf for sale. Tlio Good
will bo left thoro until disposed of.
i:.v f n. niiovi:itA.
California Feed Co.
Kullrd llnrlcy, Ilrnn,
Wliunt, Onto anil
Tip Top Flour.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Oiler for hiilo tlio bopt ijunlity of Limp at
tlio ruling niitrktit rule. TIiih Liuie is tho
Kcimiue nrtitlc, imio ami niniple. No for
eign KIlllstllllCfH nwil.
C3vKu,' u217imdlcavo your orders .
HAWAIIAN LIME & STONE
Horse for Sale.
FOIt NONMAYMKNT OF
lioanl. o will anil on TIir.miAV
O IoI.lt '.Villi, lh!.', nt l'ubllo Auction, at
tlio Aiirtinn mom of James F. MorRan, in
Honolulu, ono Hay JIare. CLUBSTAHLE
Honolulu, September 27, ISD.'i. ll.l-lm
OPEN MONDAY, OCT. 7.
;r llnjsnre leiniestcd to conic back lin
In lnu and tliu cltyof Honolulu
1 today the eliancst iot on
eaith. Vn had sickness Iu
the Iohii hut It U over aud
e cry one Is happier In conse
iinence, reaction has set In and
hindiics Is on thuniou nifuiii.
'l.iitllcado not luu to dcoto
mi much time to lionfe clean
ing allalrs, and they can j;lvo
come- of tlio hours during tha
d.ij to making their dresses or
sell ctint; material for them.
During the dull days of tho
plague liuw overhauled all
of our Immense stock and
marked down prices to suit the
time, .lust look at the goods
and toinpuiu Urn pilees with
those jou lime In en pajlng In
Latest stjles, fifty cents to aj
much us jou want to pay.
for the children a' OUcuiU a pair.
1'Itio (juallty fiMin Jil.43.
I. JZInT ?"" ".'Ii'1' " "m'of ''oiibo-riiriiUIi-lug
goodslu jour life ns wo earrv nor did
ou on mo such xaluu for jour moncj UW
Sheetings, Toweling, Bed
Spreads, Hairand Clothes
iSSrr0re" soo,u rt'iliieul ,otu
M. S. LEVY.