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EVENING BULLETIN. OCTOBER 18, 1895.
tSfcricnoi tiir IIomid in- Hr.vi.Tii, )
lloimliilii. II I , Oct 111, lV.II (
"fUe lcgiitntinn of tlio Hoard of Health
TeJntitip to the rru mntlnin of Ulnnd
ew1s nt lho port of Honolulu has bren
The regulation torhidditip; Die uinking of
Tfioi In thnt iKirtioii of Honolulu lying be
ween tlio Xminnu titani mid Lilihn street
iuw al Iwcn rescinded.
&v order of the llonnl uf Health.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
.'.Wit l'l evident.
o Eierjir; Bulletin,
Willi nlileh l liii'rornli'il (lip
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
OCT. 18, 1395
Tt is not ''tho function of a
.aowspapor to circulate cliarges iu
ardor that thoy may bo doiied."but,
whon accusers put their names
-to charg'S that thoy huvo been
eircnlnting pnvntuly, it is bettor
'for all concerned that thoy should
)Q priutod. Thon tho accusal
ha an opportunity of refuting
them eff ctivoly once for all if ho
is in a position so to do. Beforo
xi nowspaper makes charges against
tin official on its own account,
howover, it ought to investigate
"bnthshlos. C irrospondoncesign
sd by tho real name of the writer
Is on a dilTeroiit footing from that
which is anonymous. Tho Bul
letin of its ovn knowlidge h:is no
c liar go to make against Captain
Smith, but. as tho testimony that
lias boon published about him is
contradictory, this paper is of
opinion that it is the duty of tho
Government to strictly investigate
the matter. No ofticinl should be
retained in placo if thoro is a
suspicion of crookodnoss attachod
ti him. Mr. Johnson isroportwl to
.Lave said, since tho captain's
denial was published, that ho had
personal knowledgo of tho opium
ilo.il by tlio iiccn-ed. If such an
assertion is untrue and malicious,
Captain Smith has u remedy in
rtiie laws of the land. Sinco tho
foreging was written threo dred
ger workmen make tho chiirKCh re
garding tho lumber more specific
This paper is not opposing har--bjr
improvement. It simply
stands for the carrying out of
plans mado long ago at considor--able
cost, and never to our know
ledge successfully discredited, in
istoad of chasing round aftor all
sorts of theories propounded by
persons who are as ignorant of
the commercial as thoy aro of tho
engineering problems involved.
Elsowhoro will bo found related
feho plan of a Fronch missionary
for compolling Ciinose in their
own land to bo civil to tho strang
er within thoir gtos. It is noth--ing
less than putting a strong
fiioroign military polico in tho
leading cities. The article re
printed is from nn English paper
of two months ago. Our latest
oaail news tells that Great Britain
".ias intimidatod tho Chinesi au
thorities with hor war vossols into
making some show of koopirg
thoir foroeious loroign-hatiug po
pulaco in check. At tho samo
timo there is information indicat
ing that tho usual oriental dupli
city is being oxoicised, ns it is
i pointed out that tho vicoroy who
Toas boon "degraded" for conniv
lxui at tho recent outrages wuh
similarly disciplined last yonr,
yot it appoars had boon restored
i a the face and favor of tho Gov-.irninont.
If tlio (ItiHigo tlmt struck Kahr.
l;u hut night bo rojonl-d on this
chlo of the mountains Nuuiuni
stream will get n proper flushing.
Onr humorous philfRoplior is
kojping up his stroke very woll,
und his wisdom (loos not roquiro
n quurlz crushor to oxposo its
Sir John Thurston, Oovornor
of Fiji nnd High Co.mii'svoni'r of
, GroU Britain for the "Wustorn
P.icific, will bo horo, on li is way
' buck from England to tho sot of
Ids nuthority, by tho stoamnr
I AVarrimoo ou November 2-1 Ho
has proved himself nn ablo nd
ministrator cf nfliiirs in his juris
diction. llow would it do for tho tax
payors to nsk Minister Damon to
stand on n chair and .u bill the
tnasiry balance in tho air so
that thoy enn so it, liko tho
patrons f n bank out west nro
said (oliavo dono with tho cashier
in a Dotroit Free I'ross story
copied elsowhoro ?
Proof sheets of Dr. Snrmnnn's
lotter, which appoarod exclusive
ly in the Bullktin, woro mailed
by E. C Macfarlnno to corres
pondents nt San Franrisco, for tho
sako of tho prob.ib'y fnvorablo
ofToot the doci mont will lisivo on
tho Coist in nllnying foirs of con
templating vi-it rs t tho isbinds.
Filibustor rumors ar imro nb
surd tho farther they or giuato
from our shores. Those from tlio
Sound and Sin Diego wore mill'
in comparison with tho lat' l one
fr nn Chicngo. Tho Boston pro
duct simply ovrrs'o, a with tho
most obviously factitious fabric i
tions of tho fakist. It soems to
confirm our prodicti m mado a
fow weeks ago of a fresh crop to
follow tho arrival of tho news
that ox-Minister Thurston had
come out in favor of army and
It is gratifying to observe tho
arrangements ripening for giving
ollect to tho hind sottlemont policy
of tho Government. Notwith
standing what croakers may say
there is littlo doubt that groat
r-sults will iuuro to tho country's
prospority from systematic land
sottloment. Tho Bulletin doos
not nuticipato a grout rush
of American farmers to tho
now torritory, but never
theless expocts that not a few
stnigglors with muscle and nionoy
ill drop down. Thero is certain
to be a goodly number of men
now in tho islands, too, who will
tako up their homes in tho oases
amidst tho sens of lava.
"What folly to bay that, if Dr.
Surmann is right in his diagnosis,
the diet us who dclarod tho dis
oaso Asiatic cholera are censur
able! Doctois havo not ceased to
diti'er and thoro is not ono in the
world who has not something t
learn evory day. The sickn-ss
was onough like tho real article
from Asit to mal;e it tho subject
of no less stringent supprossivo
nionsiiros than thoso adopted.
Asiat'c diolora hud a beginning
sometime and it is ensy to imngino
any similar disoase, in cironin
stances f.ivorablo to its propiifjiw
tion, developing a typo just as
malignant as tho droad uf tho
Iteliisu ut KiiIiiiIcu.
Four and a half inchos of rnin
fell at Kahuku betwoen 7 o'clock
last night and To'olook this morn
ing. It kept on raining until 11
o'clock, about five inches more
being precipitated, making the
total rainfall for sixtoon hours
9 33-100 inchos. Tlio downpour
was accompanied by thundor and
.ON THE :
AONARCH and TRIBUNE.
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The latest news concerning
bicycles on the Coast is to the
effect that wheels are becom
ing more popular than ever and
that the trade in wheels
is developing to an enormous
Los Angeles wheelmen are
having trouble with their
pneumatic tires, as some evilly
disposed person is scattering
tacks in the city streets, but a
few tacks more or less will not
make much difference on Ho
nolulu streets, for they are so
full of holes into which the
tacks would naturally drift that
the wheels would bounce over
them, holes and all. Every
body is using a bicvele, and
the Monarch and Tiibune are
the wheels having the largest
Bicycles are even coming
into use at funerals, lor we
read that in a Wisconsin village
recently a funeral procession
was very largely made up of
men and women on bicycles,
the deceased having been a
member of a bicycle" club. It
may seen a little odd at first
to go to a funeral on a bicycle,
especially in bloomers of the
colors generally worn, but the
time is coming in which the
ladies will have appropriate
bloomers. The jWomarch La
dies' Wheel is the proper one
for processions of all kinds;
and not to have one is to get
left in the rear.
An absent-minded Attleboro
(Mass.) man left his bicycle in
front of the postofTice In that
town recently and walked
home. The next morning he
looked in vain for it in his
barn, finally remembered where
he had left it, and, going there,
found it in the same spot where
he had left it. The people of
that town must have been
equally as honest as those of
Honolulu, and business must
have been about as dull as it was
here when the Board of Health
put an embargo on business of
all kinds and nearly stopped
But times are better now
and we expect to sell about 500
wheels between now and
Christmas. We have a large
lot of Aonarch and Tribune
wheels on hand, racers,, ladies'
and children's wheels and a
complete assortment to suit
all sizes and conditions of men.
We shall receive by the bark
S. N. Castle a fresh shipment
of Monarch and Tribune
wheels, bicycle lamps and
fittings of all kinds, as well as
a large consignment by the
Australia on Aonday. Call
and see us after getting prices
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd,
OO VOKV DTTWtWKlTt.
ON 1'IUDAV AITKKNOON OrT. ISrn,
lietween Qiipoiiniiillloiotniilnon Nitnii
nu Ammiiip. n pnrrct nlpniien. l'iml' r will
ri'c: $2.00 lowunl, nil leiiliR at ollleo uf
the l.UMMi Him jtiv, pO!l King strict.
Knights of Pythias.
pnr,MHEltS OF MYSTIC Lonon NO. 2.
Ill K. of P., mo hereby notified to uttvuil
nt tlicir dtstlo Unit, Snmlny, Oct. 20tli, nt
2 r. M., for tho piirpnso ol nttciulliiK thu
fiincrul of our Into brother tjninurl l.ouio
con. Members of Onliu Loilge nml visiting
brothers nro invited to nttcml.
Per order of the C. (.'.
A. P.. MUHPIIY,
FROM SG.00 UP.
i i i
And wnnt the proper
thing both in cut and
style nnd desire to
have the latest Pat
tern you must call on
Medeiros $ Co,
Ami Won't You Forgcf II?
81 inner Street.
G. J. WAtLCIl - - - JlANAOCll.
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
Honolulu, ILiwaiinn Islnnds
Principal Parts of the World,
Transact a General Banking,
m& mm L
k Mm li
km w4 t
ji Mm I
the beaut)' of . . .
Vu i oh
Evening Educational Classes
Y. M. O. A.
8ul;jcet tauitht by first cln lenrliorn.
nniilskeiiiliiK, TyiwnrilliiR. Slmrtli-iml. M
1 1 haiilrnl l)rnlmr. Slnu-lnu'. ItemlliiL', Si ellln.
W rltlni:, Arlllimetlc ami (Ir.iinnmr
:"7 Kor lermii, etc.. 111M1I3 nt the ollleu or
rliiLC up ttlenhoneaO'J.
D. W. Cortoett
Rooms to Let.
MKATLV rUIIN'ISHED UOOMS TOIXT
II nt Xo. 1 Onrden Liino, nt very reason
ablo rates. 109-tf
A CLOSE FINISH
hiiilfl.i net I .vifm int
lion College, fact
linn slrnnt.i intrl
cyaru advautasft for I ' hrse lat'thci aro on
1 11 n 1111 Imn iltttii linn. ..:-. .' . x
.,,.v "".: "" " ij ""' viij truier, then
hava jtne xhurif rrr.s-; lho jfnr.st res deuce
portion of the oil i.s located around Puna
hoa, Golleie,uud the inaj-nijiceni view can
never he sluit out bij ot7ier buildinix; the
elevation, is hnjli and eiilirclii suitable for
residence na rpoaes. The lots a re 75 ft front
and 125 ft-deep, and the terinscan.be had
City Furniture Store,
(Coiner of I'ort and Ileretiiul.i slieets )
Just locoivcJ Kx.
Lie. Albert 1111
U S ft . I
Is jmii nnd flic cllj of Honolulu
Is toil 11 1 lie eli'.inet pool on
enrth v'r hr.il sickness In
tin town hut It h over nnil
every mie l linppler In coni
(pirini, 11 Ml Ion lins set In nnd
IiiiIiuw Ik 011 the inoc npiln.
I,ii(lleilo mil lme to ileioto
hi uiiieli time to limi-e ele.in
lni( nirnlm, nml they enn give
sunn uf the hour "dlirlni; tho
il.ij In inni,lii(; their dresses or
seleetliiK mnteri.il lor thuu.
Durinj; the dull d-iis ol thu
ilnue He hne iim llinnliil nil
nt our Immense slink nml
mnrkeil il u prii es to null the
times, .lust l,.k nt the goodi
nnd eonipnie Ike prlees uilji
those Mm hate been pitying In
thepnst. . ...
?" 50 upnids.
Lntest tili, llltj cents to at
miieli us i uu niit to pay.
for tlio c Iitldi en nt 1H1 ct lite n pair.
I'lne rpmliiy g 4Si
Von ui'ui saw Pinh r neof hnuse-rurnlli.
mf.T, l"J""iMI",' '" "" ""OS " '"J
ou etei see such Milue loriour money.
Sheetings, Toweling, Bed
Spreads, Hair and Clothes
13T Summer driss omds reduced to the
M. S. LEVY.
Cook's Music School.
. ;. r. r. Co : fn i teen venrs I'riucin
i'.i r.iiV. f'ni.. Institute, rorttninl.
)r.(;ii:, : pn)., , I i ,-ivo
F.irteima;iplv nt the Stuilin.
III it Inula ttivut.
Is always excitinj, hut nn.ro so than usual
when the Unrava are rigjred out in line
Harness. The kind of li.iniess we mean is
Manufactured at the c.r..er of Fnvb and
King streets, eitlier single or in douhle sets.
1 me Mexican Sudilks. i-?epairiiig of every
description. Lowest of prices fur cash.
MiriusHor toU. Ilninmer.
L ty!'l' Justheen
Ti-,,,,,,,1 .m 7 Wl
no pp JaciA-i (',7d Pulm.
II ilrlT h, ,.., x,. ....
BltUOE WAKING & Co;
Undortuktr and Kinbulmor.