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For the information of tliu public Iho
fallowing resolution of tho Pjccutivd ami
'Afivlsory Councils of tlio llepnblle of H-
"Wl, pMsfliMiily 1'Jtb, ISM, U leimliliHlicil:
"Resolved, Unit tlio Preiddeul and mcin-
ir of tlio Executive. Council shall bo
vlrVthJly addressed simply 1r the tlth a of
.heirxaipuctivo offleos; thus, "To the Pre'
adoM", or ".Mr. President", ami slim-
Su-ly the members of tha Cabinet. TUo
I-this " Exeelloiicy ", "Honorable" mil
.wvrtl of liko Import ahull not bo used in
tflllcin'ly addressing the members of the
5CTecnt.ru Council. 131-St
&l? Euei?i Bulletin
I'llli ivlilrh U liirnrpnriitt'it
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor
SATURDAY. - OCT. l!), 1895.
A SEWERAGE SYSTEM
. In 1890 O.K. A hrdt, C. K.,
.pro.mred for L. A. Thurston,
Mi lister of tho Interior, a com
pete report on "Tho Si-worago of
'Honolulu." This report was fair
y ozbaustive and acconipaniod
-with jdans and .specifications. It
described n plan in accordance
vith the then latost sanitary
engineering at u cost that would
be extremely cheap fir tho gtont
benefit it would confer upon tho
, aity. In his introductory re
marks Mr. Ajnrdt described tho
situation concisely in tho follow
Tho necossity of tho eflioiont
sewerage of towns and cities is
unqtiostionod in modorn times.
No city can bo considered to ba
in a proper sanitary condition
which has failed to provido sumo
moans for removing from its limits
all organic and animal mattor liable
to decern peso and becomo obnoxi
ous to the health or comfort of its
inhabitants. No advantages of
climate will cnU'it"rnct or rentier
harmless the ovil effects resulting
from th" iiccumulatinn of sowago
-matter in vaults and cosspools,
and. although Honolulu is justly
celebrated for its salubrious
elimite, its antlim-ities cinnot
begin too soon tho work of abol
ishing tho system of vaults and
cosspools, which up to tho present
'nnvo been tho S'do rtcoptucles of
the city's sewage.
Mr. Allanlt gave a tabular ex
hibit of tho results attained by
tho intr dilation of sewers in
twolvo English towns, ranging in
population from seven or oight
thousand to sixty-eight thousand,
iu all excepting four tho rato of
mortality was greatly decreased,
und those fourshowodsniall'roduc--tious
in the rato. In Newport tho
saving of lifo was 32 percent, the
reduction of typhoid fovor 62 por
cent, and of phthisis 31 por cont.
."Dover's death rato was only re
duced 7 per cent. it was 22 0 bi
foro having scwors but thore was
it reduction of typhoid lover of
"-JG per cont and of phthisis of 20
por cont. Croydon's death rato
oamo down 22 per cent, and its
typhoid fover record G3 per
-cent und phthisis 17 por cent.
Computing tho averages in
tho twelve towns, it is
found that the doath rato had
deoroasod 18 per coot, typhoid
fovor 47 per cont and phthisis 30
. . ,,,,. i -
per cut. 'Ih.s occurred, it j
should bo romomhored," Mr. Al-,
lardt remarked, "in tho temper-1
ato climato of Great Britain. '
Lt m.iv bo roisonablv inferred
ithnt tlin inlrmhiMinn t ..
v.-w" v un
system of sewerago in
a city liko Honolulu, exposed to
tho burning rays of u tropical i
sun, will result in a still greator
improvement in tho sanitary con
dition of its inhabitants, and a
qreator roduction in the porcent-.-
'igo of mortality. .
Mr. Allardt, in taking up tho
question of a system, quotrs
" George H. Waring, the well-known ,
s inilary engineer and author, us
. buv'ng nbnndonod his favor for j
I'.lio o.uth closet system, with I
which liis early writing mndo
people familiar. Writing in 18St
Mr. Waring paid, "Tlio water sys
tom.properly developed ,is as much
bettor than tlio earth system at
tlio earth system is hotter than
tho old vault and cesspool sys
tem." Owing to tho slight riso
and full of tho tides and tho low
elevation of tho city front, Mr.
Allurdt held that Iho sowago
would require to bo pumpod from
a reeorvoir 2000 feet to outsido
tide wntor.lt w mild novordo to have
it discharged into tho harbor. Ho
considered that tho power for
running tho pump could bo de
veloped with tho daily flow of
18,000 gallons of witter discharged
through af.nir-inoh pipe under 300
feet head. Tlio cost of tho outful I
works, including engine, briok
sowor and iron disehnrgo pipo, ho
t 29 000. and 56,000
if water power nas
adopted Mr. AUnrdt lays down
the routes for a complete system
of sewors, ndi-quuts fir n long
tirao to como. which would cost,
inclusivo of the outfall works.
$203,5 11. But a system of Joss
rnngo to meet tho urgent noceesity
of tlio presonl i described, which
would cost but $121,091.
There is more matter in Mr.
Allaidt's repoit, which wo reserve,
on nccouut of limited spaco, for j
futuio issues. It is probablo that
his plan will fit with whatovor
modern system tho Government
will, after tho prcsont investign-
tion, decido to adopt. His com-
ileto delinoation of routes and
detailed ostinmtcs of cost of
sewors must provo a valuable aid
to tho Government in formulating
any soworago system.
Yes, make ovorything a "tnis
doraoanor" that does not comport
with tho conduct of tlio paddod
and pap-fed noonday organ.
" Oir Jack comes homo to
night," will bo tho happy sonti
nieut in many a homo this even
ing, with the raising of tho quar
antine from tho gallant counting
As its journoyisagaiustthoHiin,
tho next rapidlyshiftiugbaseof fili
buster expeditious against Hawaii
ought to bo Sable Island, the
graveyardof the North Atlantic.ln
side of a yoar it should get round
tho world to French Frigate
Sho.tls and then it would bo in
Thoro is a pretty fair gaugo of
Honolulu's hoart in tho accounts
of the Hawaiian Iteliof Socioty.
Tho rolioving of tho wants of
twenty-ono thousand peoplo in a
week is a grand showing. More
than four thousand dollars re
mains in bank, which It may now
bo hoped will not noed to be
drawn upon much moro for pro
sont necessities. It will afford a
lespectablo nuclous for tho funds
of tho permanent organization.
Children's shoos are selling n
the Tomplo of Fashion Clo.iranci
l0 tl,ls week at bedrock prices,
' -!1 ,' 1 i"T C.0,,nP,e.to Stook
,n botn black and tan, button or
lllCo; also a fine lino of Cliildi-u's
slippers. Theso goods are from
",IJ conts to 75 conts tho pair, also
an. oxt.r'l1 fln0 lil10 at. 1.00 per
"' m 8'8 will cost you
.ill ii(ii nat f i.i. . !t .. i ...... !.
.'."'.. . uk u.,y oi or
sioro in town.
COME ON! COME ON
! COME ON!
At 7:30 Huh oiening.
Tho Celebrated Soattlo liter on draught
A lijnd lull bo in utlonduueo.
Edward & Harry,
No. 01 Nuuanu Btrtct.
EVENING BULLETIN, OOTOBER 19,
:ON Tin: :-
AONARCH AND TRIBUNE.
Tll(i lltput nim rnncnmmiT
bicycIes thfi Coas( js tQ
pfWt Mvit urblc nm lio.,,
, ing more popular than ever and
, (ut the (r;lde jn w,,ec,s
js developing to an enomious
Los Angeles wheelmen are
having trouble with their
pneumatic tires, as some evilly
disposed person is scattering
ucks in me city streets, out a
few tacks more or less will not
make lllUCll dilTerence On Ho-
nolulu streets, for they are so
full of holes into which the
tacks would naturally drift that
the wheels WOllld bounce Over
them, holes and all. Every-
body is using a bicvele, and
the Aonarcli and Tribune are
the wheels having the largest
Bicycles are even COlllillg
UltO USe at lUlieialS, lOf we
read that in a Wisconsin village
recently a. funeral procession
was very largely made up of
men and women on bicvcles.
! the deceased bavins 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 Aomarch 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
(Aass.) man left his bicycle in
front of the postolfice 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 00
wheels between now and
Christmas. We have a large
lot of Atonarch 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 Aonarch 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
flw Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd.
fr AlM ft -;?si
A COLLECTION HOOK ALPHAIlETt
cnlly arranged. Finder i III bo rewarded
and jeeeiro thaul.s by returning to
A. II MINES,
MiiHonie Temple Puilding or at Ogura
.v. Co, Men hunt. St. l.'ll-.tt
Tim iiorsn i.atfi.v occupied hy
tuilci' Hlckcrlon, on Al.ikea rlroct, between
Hull iiinl llcielinhi stiii'ln, on the Hotel
(.round!-, mail opposite Pai llle ( lull build
in'.?. Appli to
JOHN S. MiOltEW,
1.11-lf Ifolil Street.
Ml 21, r. AMI l M.
SI'KCUI. MEETINO OF HAWAIIAN
I.oili;e No 21. V. und A. M., will be held
nt tin- MiiMinie leinple Sund iv alleriiooii, ut
3 o'eloel., for tin- purpose of "atleiulliu; the
funeral itfourlate liintlier Samuel I.ouIko,i.
I'm lln I.oiIki- I" I) ,A.F. and A. M .I.oilge I.e
I'nijjiCH de lu Oceiiilia No. I a A. P. and A. M.
and nil nojouriilns brethren are fraternally
Im lied to attend. T. K. Wai.i.,
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Lncai' Planing Mill, will linre
fresh orcrv day
MACHINE MADE POI
EALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will bo sold to families in largs or
small quantities. No Costmn-
W. L. WILCOX,
Proprietor Kalihi Poi Pnctory.
Knights of Pythias.
JWJPMIlP.ItS OP MYSTIC I.OIHii: NO. 2,
III K. of P., are heieby notified to attend
at their Castle Hall, Similar-, Oct. SOtli, at
2 I'. M., for tho puiposu of nttcuilini; thu
funeral of our late mother Samuel Louis-
Membois of O.ihn Loilgp nnd vihiling
lirnthutH are inrited to attaiul.
Per order of the C. C.
A. E. MUltPUV,
PiO-'-Jt K.oflt. A-S.
Cook's Music School.
Pkof. K. Co in, for fifteen ycius Princip
al of Cook'ri .Musie.il Institute, Poitlaud,
Oieyon, is prepai-ed to giro
PIANO, VOICE AND
Kor lernin apply at the Sllulio.
PJS-Sin lleretnula nlru'1.
Hooms to Let.
at No. I Ouiden Lane,
at very leasou-100-tf
FROM $5.00 UP.
S3, miaarj- Street.
O. J. Wai.leu - - - Manaqeii.
If a n
II 1 P
J J lffi'
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL
Wwtt-rt trvurt r
BrAP01?ATED FKU1TM: PEACHES, PEAKS, AP
RICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Etc,
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
HOTCH POTCTT, VE(iETABT,R CHICKEN BROTir,
iAIULLIKATAWN'. OX CUEE1C, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Butter, T p n' Con Bnltrr. Whifuov
Roll Butter, 1. .t tod Moats, Boned Turkoy,
Chicken, Deviled Itam, Lunch Tonguos,
Bniieloss Herring. Boston linked lir'uus and
a comjiloto liniti of
- - Biestltefetst Oexea-ls - .
Fort : St. : Store, : No. : 10.
Marseilles Quilts, Toilet Quilts-
: FLUTTER DOCK :
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
Kimberly Gloves Ladies Clolhs Brown,
Drab and Grey, Ladies Black Nos, Sani
tary Dyo, D. 1. Corsets, K. and G. Corsots,
Eqoijioiso Wnists mid Corsots
The Ideal Exercise
Each year sees new devotees of the sport of
cycling, as its bpiiufits and conveniences becomo
better known. Cycling lias passed from the world
of luxuries to the realm of necessities. It is a re
cognized social factor. Tho world of "Society" has
stamped it with the hall-mark of its approval.
The busy man of affairs, the physician, tho min
ister, the lawyer, tho clerk, the mechanic in
tact all classes find in the wheel the ideal mode
In everything thoro must he a best, and our
claim is that we have the best wheels ever
brought to this market. The Sun glistens on
tho Orange Pirn, and you know a "Stoarns" is
passing you. You look at it and say, it is "a
thing of beauty", and must bo "a joy forever".
"We want to please each and every customer,
and to those who say tho "Columbia" or the
"Kambler" is the best we want to say, you are
right, they are both in tho same class with tho
"Stearns", and these three highest grade wheels
made in the U. S. have their headquarters at
Wo have sold two "Stoarns", two "Columbias"
and two "Ramblers" during the past week, so
honors are easy, and they aro all leaders so far.
For cheaper grade wheels we have those we
can sell for 50.00, 00.00, 00 00, 1)5.00 and 100.
00, and you will be surprised to see what strong,
light, well made wheels you can buy at these
Remember our high grade wheels, "Stearns"
"Columbia", "Rambler", and when you want the'
best to be had get one of theso, don't get a lower
grade, lower priced wheel, because some ono
tells you it is just as good, but consult your
common sense, which will tell you that these
makes have earned their reputations.
Any ine wanting a high grado wheel, sold
with a Guarantee should cail upon
E. 0. HALL & SON.
Real Itfalteso Laco,
Lndios end Gents
oijnfHIpQn a Wheel.