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EVENING BULLETIN, OCTOBER 12, 1895.
3Tisanci I)eiiiTMr, Hunt v or )
JIomrir, 11. I , October lltli, 18!).',
OX AVI) AK'JT.K JVND.VKY 1t, 1SW),
tlmportfr, In making entry nt tlio Custom
House, will ponitlvcly idontlfy each rose
with its contoiiH Ampto tinio it hero al
lowed fur notification of tins necessity to nil
foioign cousiRiiont, nml failuio to eompl)
uftcr the dato nlne named ull inoitahlj
como Increased ilclay ami cxpeuso hefoio
lllverj of tliu noodi. 1'roui nml after the
same il to, llio leriiictioti of Foreign cur
euoie In Customi entries will bo re un eil
toy the Cunlonw.
IAS. n cAsru:.
Colloctor-Goncnil of Custom.
S. M. I)Mi),
MnilMer of I'iimnco 12," 3t
Tenders for Making Uniforms for
the National Guard of Hawaii.
QUAtmitMASTHl's DM'AHTMKNT, 1
October 11th, lhl", f
Scaled tenders will bo received bj the
uudcrsinntd until 2 o'clock noon of WED
NESDAY, October Hi, I&9.", for mippblug
tlm National Ounrd of Hawaii without'
bundled nnd lift (more or less) Ditto 1'lannel
Jlloustx, nml one hundred uud fiftj (more
or less) White Duoh l'nnts.
Mouses to bu well sou oil with silk thrend
Til material for nil garuunlH to bowtll
shrunk, cut and uinde to mciumie, to the
ntuu .itisfaclion of the undersigned,
ririnuncl duck, trimmings and pattern as
per samples nt Ileadipmrters.
Tenders to bo marked "Ilids for Cloth
ing" and nildrcksed to Captain 0,
Aside , Qunrtenuastcr, IIcadqiir.rteiH Na
tionnl Guard of Hirau 1
The undersigned resenes the right to
reject an) or nil bids.
Qunrtcrmahtcr 1st llcginient, Nn.
tiounl Guard of Hawaii.
F. M. HvTfit,
Miuisterof Foreign Affairs. 12.5-31
UhAlsjmllTH.s I'lltsT KlUIMI.ST, NA
TIONAL OuAiin of Haw ui,
ilosoine, It. II, October 10th, 18'W.
i;i:miiil oudi.iis no. ij.
Each Company Coinrunuiler will report
m nrittng to Itcgimeutal Hcadquaiters, on
the morning nftor drill, tho names of ench
number of his compiii) absent from drill,
mnd the reasons assigned, if an , for such
Ih eoiuniand of
J. W. I'll ATT,
Cuptain and Adjutant. 12.r 2t
Regulations of the Board of Health
nil FOl Till llouuiot IIuitii,
Humiiuiu, II. I., OiTniAull, ISM.
The taking rf lish, shell fish or any pro
duct of the sea or water of any ))oud,
itreu.i , cnek, inlot, bay or harbor, or upon
tho si u to a distance of two milts from the
nhore, betwicu Diamond Head nnd Ahuu
Voint, in tho District of Kona, Islnnd of
Oahu, nnd from tho mountains to tho tea,
is strictly prohibited
The sale of lisli and of nil products of the
ben, is prohibited m tho Distuct of Honolulu,
excepting nt tho New Market Duilding,
where scale lish, clnms and lobsters from
tho wateis outsido of tbouboe limits may
Vie txpobid for sale under the supervision of
iliisptctois appointed by tho Hoard of
Oysters from l'tail Ilullior ma bo sold
lscwlu.ro under special permit.
Such Inspectors shall liao the power to
m uo, condemn nnd iWro) nuy fish or pro
duct of tho sea Prosed for salt , or brouyht
to tho market, which they shall hnve reason
to 1h-ioo was taken from the locality pro
hibited by these Ittgulations, or which shall
;ippear to bo unfit for food.
Tho Itcguldtioii of the Iionrd of Henlth
tcIo'iiil! to the taking and sale of fish in tho
icaid Ditriet of Kona, dated September
3rd, Ihl.", is lurch rescinded.
B) order of the Hoard of Hiailli
WILLIAM O SMITH,
liM-2t l'lisidi lit lloaid of Health.
517 Euei7iJ7$ Bulletin
'Villi which Is ln orpnruli il
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
SAiUiiUAY, - - OCT. 12, 1895
73K SURE YOU ARE RIGHT.
K w'!' be well for tho fiovorn
Kvaenl to heeJ tho warnings fni
sibl,) g von by coriespondonts of
''tliifi paper, with icgard to tho dls
"Charge of dredgings fiom tho
ioulobt pait of the harbor iu tlio
icuid&le f a populous noighboihood.
"Bo sun you 1110 right and then
go abend" would bo n Rood motto
tobftir in mind in dealing with
th m question. Togo by no bnttei
arguments than tho following
from yoslordny's Star would bu
The bright 'utollecta Hiiggosting
thiit tho dredger fs nuiiioiously
nnd pi-rnieiously nml with neglect
nfurothotighl being pormiltod to
miiky nn nssuilt on tho public
health, mo giving themaohes n
good ilcnl ol untif-cPH-iifiy woiry.
Tho diedg-r ' g tng to kill con
tagion and destitn fiith. Tho
fotid 0070 now testing in wait ts
to ho diawn fioin its slimy bed,
titMitod to disinfection cud expos
ed to tho sun. When it is decid
ed to Mop woik with tho odorless
excavators nnd gub.igo wiigons in
tho intoiost of public health it
ill bo timo to talk of plncmg tho
dredgor in rotten row for the snnio
Tho following from the Adver
tiser contains an ounce of fuel
Trhich is worth moio than a ton
A hovero opidomic of yellow
feor is laging in Vein Cruz. Tel
egraph disp.itehes from th it placo
state that "tho work of the
dredger in tho hnrboi undoubted
ly tends to ineronso tho miciobic
influences." It will be a good
thing to henr this fact in mind in
planning for tho resumption of
drodging oporntions in our own
It is not moroly possible duuger
from cholor.i whioh our corros
poudents drendod from tho dis
charge pipe of tho dredger. Then
h.is been no small amount of fi'vor
provident in Honolulu within re
cont months, and indeed ut
cortain seasons every your tho
same thing is noted yes, and
recorded in the mortuary toports
Thoro aro obsorvod facts tending
to provo that fleshly upturned
soil even if never ospeci.illy con
taminated, as well us earth on
which houohold refuso
other foul subst.moos, solid
or liquid, lmvo boon dopositod, is
brooding ground for fovor. Cho
lera has not tho only germs to bo
guarded against. As was romarki d
orally to the Bulletin on this
subject tho othor day: "Tho
choloia bacillus is said to ivilt
away under two hours of sunshine.
It is a queer beast anyway. But
thoio aro gorms of other bad
diseases which ure foitilized by
the sun and dissominnttd on tho
Nobody has 9Uggosted the Star
knows very well "placing the
diodgcr iu rotten row." Theio
aro othor places on land or upon
or beyoud tho letf, to looward of
tho town, whore it may disohargo
its sludgo instead of in tho midst
of a populous section Bettor
than anything would bo
to have dump scows made
for carrying tho dredgings
out into tho opon ocean.
Tho Government will nssumo a
fearful responsibility if it deposit
hnibor bottom oo.e and old fish
rnarkot corruption under tho
noses of tho settlors of Loleo, who
havo only escaped as by
a miraclo from the contagion
of choloia cases that appealed
at both ends of the block on tho
north side of King t-troot. Tho
proposal to tient the dischaigo to
disinfection is nonsenso. Thorn
aio not onough disinfectants in
tho country to adequately suro
fur that proces, liecauso the usual
11 v fiom tho pipe is so impetuouH
u d of such Milumo that it cannot
he oortakon, oxcopt by a cntarnct
t)f disinfecting fluid oqiul to Ka
pona fills in Hood timo. Should
the phn ho persisted in, thoio will
likely bo a flight from tho local
ity of such inhabitants as can
nflird tho oxponse of romoving
with thoir littlo oiks nnd house
hold goods. Thoso compolled to
remain will wait in dre.id tho out
laoik of a foor tpidomio.
If you feol out of sorts, oall at
the Critorion nnd tty our icfresh
ing Seattlo Beor on duiught.
Thoro is ono nohloman to eory
fifteen inhabitants of Waisaw,
which is about tho proportion of
, otlicc-holdors to tho whilo popu
lation of Honolulu.
An outbuist of jealousy in tho
midday Star at the liwmnng
EvEXtNd Bulletin shows low
the wind is blowing. Our envious
contemporary will pinbabh. how
over, como out on Monday as usual
woll-stockod with tho nows tlmt
the Bulletin gives today.
An exchar.go says that goner il
denunciations of conuption in of
fico do no good, but whon specific
wrongs aio committed all citizons
should unite in opposing them
Our noighbois on the Common
Scold might pondor on this with
Empeior William is running on
electricity, iu tho interests both
of Ins own comfort and public
utility. Lately it was announced
he had a telephono cir construct
ed to follow him on his excursions
lrom Borlin. It will bo seon iu
an item olsewhoio that the im-
pmiai yucht Hohonzoiiem is fm-
nished with nn olectric light ilng
for uso at night. Tho Hawaiian
Government might got a similar
11 ig of its own to signal filibusters
should thoy altompl a thiof-like
approach in tho night.
WILL OK JTIIIS. HITCHCOCK.
rllilecii ncilscc liiclmllns OhImi
'olle:e--l'stnti Worth SI 1,0011.
W. 0. Smith has fillod a peti
tion for piobuto of tho will of the
late Mrs. Alico F. Hitchcock,
widow of tho lato Hnrvoy Hexfud
Uitchc ick, who was author of tho
English -- Hawaiian Dictionary
uo.11 ing ins namo. Tlio tostator
ilmfl in TTnnnlnln m, Annnol 'II
aged -10 years, loaving an estate
valued at 1-1 J, WO, of which 200
is ropresontod by real ostttoon
Liliha stroet and tho rest by pro
missory notes and securities. The
devisees and legatees are as follows:
Margaret Biowu Hitchcock,
d inghtor, SelOOO; Walter A. Hardy,
biothor. -WOO; William L. Hardy,
biother, SoOO; Maty U. ilnidy,
sistor, 1000; Alice Dean, nmce,
and William Dean, nophow, 2000
each, to be used in their education;
Chailos Hitchcock, nophew, of
llilo, 250; Chi u C,.lleg, $7r0,
to fun 1 id a scholaiship to bo known
as the "Hnivey Hexfoul Hitch
cock Scholarship;" Alice and May
Kluegel, H00 each.
To her father, Jacob Haidy,
is bequeathed "Andrews' Pasturo
Lot" in Nuunuu Milli'v adiounntr
Liliha stioit, and also all othei
property of which sho might dio
possessed not iu tho will othor wiso
disjtosed of, to bo used iu estab
lishing a homo for them and tho
survivor of thorn, nnd to the
heiis and assigns of tho survivor
E. G. Hitchcock, brother, is
bequeathed tho copyright of tlio
English - Hawaiian Dictionary,
Oahu College, largo specimen case
of hmis callod "Kilauoa" as a
munoriil to hor lato husbiud,
Alieo Doau, diamond pin; Alary
K. hitchenck, nieco, small spoei-
men caso of lavas; Cora E. Town-
send, niece, modal and tliplnmn 'coffee pots, three and five
uemved at Centonnml Ehibi riimic,,5 niinn fnuc cfa,
turn. also tlio Centoniiiiil I
uoous; .Mis. u. 11. iiitolicock. Ori
tur, two paintings by 1). Howaid
Hitchcock; Kloiso C. binith, heads
of tho "Mudonn 1" mid the ' lg
dalnne:" Hultio C. Hitchcock.
nieco, tho "Sunsot" nictuie, Man
" Hardy, family poitinits and
albums, tho pictuio "little Tom
my," sihorwato and personal be
longings; Mrs. S. A. Thuiston,
aunt, tho diotionaiy giou tostu
tor by hor husband; 11. AV A. -drois,
uncle, tne organ at llilo.
In caso of the doath of her
du lighten bofuio attaining the ngi
of e-iKhteou yoars, tho liiopoih
devised to her shall go to Jacob
llmdy and Maiy Li. Haidy 111
Tho testator appoints William
0. Smith tho gu.iidian of hoi
daughter and oxocutor of her w ill ,
also, for tho purposes of tho prop
erty devised to thorn, guardian of
Alice and William Dean. lho
will was executed August 10, 18!)j,
in nrosenoo of Annotto P. 1).
Lamb.and L. A. Thuiston.
Judge CMen of Oakland
recently gave a young man ied
woman some good advice when
he 1 el used to grant her a
divot ce. The couple had been
man ied three vears and were
quite young, but they evident
ly got along about as well as
most man ied 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 het, 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 (he Judge she ex
plained he had only told her
tne proper tiling to bring her
under subjection would be to
raise a tailllly. iillt tlllS poor
husband's greatest ofTense lay
in his feet. He had bie 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 ana as
sociation will smooth off, and
married people must exeicise
forbearance and patience. In
stead of widening the breach
close it up. A young couple
such as you are will find mar
ried life a veiy happy existence
if you will refui n 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
lrom 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
puttingVour boots on first.
All of which reminds us of
another little story. By the
sieamer 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 nhted wnrp. i'HmI
wire cloth, Hour sifters, black
. . . f1. .. '. Jlul
smith s bellows, wire mats,
cutleiy, feather dusters, hoe
handles, California lawn sprink
lers, lanterns, shovels, rice
plows, bath tub enamel, Dis
ston's No. 2 cane knives, mill
saw tiles, 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 "jWonarch" 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 Go. Ltd.
Opposilt Bpretduibf HVorft,
TJir fall oiioniiiK nl "' "
Nippon Millinery Tailors will
coiuf.v tiro on . ...
Sntiintu), Oil. l-jili,
continuing for three da s A
largo nnd handsome neinutiiieiit
or M-LY IMplllKMi
Hals, Ke.illiori, Flowers, imdllcs,
Killing Hals, l.lugeile. Etc.
All of tlio very latest sllo ru 1 direct from
New York will bo shown.
Ailingtnu lllock, Hotel street. 12l-.1t
Spawning Season over.
Quarantine ut nn end.
Fresh Ilawniiun Oysters
from Pearl Harbor can
now bo bad eveiy dny by
ordering thoin from the
Grocery Store of
IRON WORKS I
IJKONZB BRASS, and IKON
made nnd repaired.
2Piirtieuliir atlontion paid to
F. IL LYNN,
You throw away dollars every
your in broken lamp chimneys.
Cotter stop it now whilo you can
get a propaiation that will prevent
a chimnoy from breaking whon
put on wet. Pi of. liumbolt's nnti
oxnlosivo compound will do tin's
and will prevent tho explosion of
koiosono oil and gasoline Wo
aro solo agouts for this monnia-
tion us well as for the Now Ideal
Sowing Machino, tho equal to any
high priced article and wo soil it
for $30 and 35 with attachments.
1C000 feet of mouldings for picture
fiaraos just leceived by tho
"Albeit;" also oval and circular
framos, something now and ele
gant. The Pacific Hardware Co.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer for sale tho het quality o( Limo at
tiiuiulIiiK maikotrate 'lhm I.imo is tho
Keiiuiim article, puiu ami himplo. Jfo for
uie;u hiihntuucoi iihciI.
3i.Hiug up 217 and lemo jonrorderH.
HAWAIIAN LIME fe STONE
A FAMILY HOTIJL.
T. ICrsvLso, ... 2rop.
l'or Dny 8 2 (0
Per Week ll 00
Sjsoelal S-fioiitlily Eiatoa I
Tlio I3est of Attendance, the .lest Situa
tion and lho I'luest MeaN 111 this City
Hie Joint Commlttio appointed lo report
upon di lZn for a' Droit yfa nml Depatt
ment Scald, Imllp, uirirctlonii for a ,IIimi
I for a (Irenl Soul of the l!i public, and offer a
pure 01 lilt) Dollar, ue ,)Kd o the per
oimliurcdielKn U neiepted by the I ecl
lalnre It Is the opinion of tho Committee that the
ral should hi ul.ont tlirculuplics In diameter
aid that tlio pr- i nt u, ,tl, -Un man kc c o
ko niiia I ka pono,' hi reulmd
Competitors an icque.tod to shrn a nom-do-plmna
lo iheir .lelKns. and nrlle their
leal names on a si parato pipor, c,u0,,iK tie
whole In aaealcj tnulopo aihlrcmid to the
Set retan of the roinnilllrn n,,.i m..i-.i
'I)olirn for Great Sial "
The competition will cI,e cii the Ut ,laj ot
rurtlni hiformatlm, may bo had of the
0 m noiii;uTso.,
Secretary orthcCoininltlcoon 8eal
I ! lw
V,1'5 "'.'' 'I""""! spot on
earth We ,0 had .Ick ma. la
the limn liul it i, ,,ur nllJ
cuit one In hnpph r In coiim
quenii.riaclloiiliasset In and
ini-iin s In 011 tlioinoto airaln
l.ii,lloilo not ut. to tiy ,
"oinmhtlmi to lioimc clean
ins nllalw, uml the can L-ho
some of the hours durliiL- tho
di) to making their dresses or
si lectin,; material lor tluiu.
Durlncthe dull ihn t10
pla'uewelnve inerliaulcd all
III. ,L,,ri ,lln,ni!l""' "lock and
marked ilowu price to null t,e
time, Jsl looknttl,,. irooiU
and compare the prlu, ,th
li!e past"' " bl1" 1",ill, '
I.atet t), liftv (ents to a.
much asjon want to p).
for tho ehlhlren a !K) cents a pair.
1'lno iinnllt) from ?l 45.
In -'""."VJ: "vu '"i11 " "neof hon9e.r,.rnlh.
iiikii.iU1ii)oiii life as ue cam. nor il'd
jou cec, Sce .utl. alut- for)our mono) ' d
Slieetlnrjs, Toweling, Bed
Spreads, Hair and Clothes
lowc price"1" lIri'' S0a rul"ic'' ,0,b
M. S. LEVY.
A largo flock, onouyh for ovcr)hody.
I lace orders carl) to Insure largest birds.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
And want the proper
thing both in cut and
stylo and desire to
have tho latest Pat
tern you must call on
edeiros $ Co,
Ami Don't You Forget It?