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UVEN1N0 BULLETIN, NOVEMUEIt !!, 181)5.
filiations of the Hoard of Health.
SOm r.cn'Tiir. llounxiF IIuutii,
IIi)Nni.UM', II. I., Oelolwi 30, 1M.. )
All retrtriclloin niKitt 'iliiplng ami jhi-
Jttgur travel between way KittB niut bet-
i lloiiohilii niul ntbpr mrts uf tho Hit-
lv.ili hi UlamU nro licriby rwrlmlcil.
Hy onler of tho llnanl of llcnlth
ff SI?? Euepiip Bulletin
I CtWili ulilih 1 ltii'ni-iiiriiti'tl llir
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
VIUllDAY. - NOV. '2. 18U6
There wore 71 deaths in IIoiw-
' 3 ill 11 fur tho mouth of October,
winch is 11 high ruto us cnupuml
-with several previous yoarc As
oiily one was from cholera, tho
'Op loruic is not chargeable with
'thr fci'S.sivo mortality. From
ll8fll to 1894 iiiolus.ve tho death
, tfoi Outobur W'To respectively
19. 51, 52 nucl 50. By iiatioml-
ratit's Inst month the deaths were
? '13)3 Hiuviiiiuns, 10 Clruuse,
.5l British, '2
-aiid -1 others.
I 10 Portuguese, -1 Jiipiinoso,
jrs. Jwoio wore
j mn ittouded, which is cotnpuru
' .lively few. Tho animal death
' ruto per thouxuid was 150. -13, and
ih Hawaiiaus" is appallingly
J ub -ve the general average, being
-l!).-lo. Tho Asiatics show a ruto
t f 17. G7 and other nationalities
28 50 Strange to say for this
"'Siiiitarium" climate, lung ili -
uses carried off the lion's shnr .
'Co.iMimpliou being .chargeablo
"with bovou lives and piioumonii
tsix, or 11 pcrcentago of moro than
" Thero :san impression in printing
"Sioiisu circles that the Hawaiian
"Gazette Comp'iny has bitten off
:ni'iro than it can chew in import
ing two type-sotting machines to
oust five printers each. Tho
tiouhlo with newspapers hero is
that their expenditure for printing
is out of proportion to their ex
penditure for writing. As a re-
h ' suit writors aro overworked to fill
spilce, tho wholo available patron
.tigH of tho islands not being
isuilioient to pay for moro
Jtaleut. If tho Gnzotto Company
.iillod its publications with origin
al matter, thero would bo justifi
cation for entorpriso in tho lino of
jnoreasiug tho quality of print.
.Hut as its dally paper is heavily
padded", tho question arisos os to
tho benefit, eithor to publishers
or patrons, of mailing out print
ors with machines. Times will
'toll. But conservative nowspapor
:mon think that tho Gz tto Com
pany is too urnvious in introduc
ing theoxpeiiBive linotypes. Thero
nre very few printers horo who me
competent to work thorn, and as
.tlio Gazotte pibheations aro not
marvels of iieouruoy nmv in rho
itorio, thoy are apt to bo worso
"whan built with machine work.
J Judgo Cooper's resignation, in
-view ol his taking tho position of
i "Minister of Foreign Affairs, bids
fair to make a deadlock in jud-
-ciury affaiis. Ho is the piesiding
U . judgo for tho jury term of the
Oirnuit Court, in regular rotation,
1, but it is more than doubtful if he
will take his eoat on Monday, ex-
-oepting f ir the opening cerom -
nios. Judgo Whiting is coiifimd
to his home with illness. Thero
.us a long calendar for the term,
fljut litigants have tho pro-i-
ipect of having thoir interest
out rely ignored for the conveni
ence of 11 givemmout that lias bovn
hoanto'l of as having i.l ooiiiiuiud
all tho brains niul talent of tho
islnii'ln, li I wliic 1 it uppO'V.H mitut
now couio t n d'td mop unless
tho J mlio ary U robbed of n good
ollicur to li I a vacancy in tho
iiKiu miiiooi, i)i:i)i('Aii:i).
(Continued from Id jnnje.)
1'rosideut Dolo nmrto a happy
speech, emphasizing tho value of
uuwiho c rounistuncos 111 niauing
chivnetor. It was tho poor boys,
who had to hustlo for u oilnoi
tiun, who usually made tho r
marks in the world. The luxury
of woalth was an impediment to
adv ucomout in knowledge. So.ne
girls 1 ad their heads full f pir
ties, beans and novels. Children
while attending school had no
right to read novols. Tho Presi
dent congratulated the pupds, their
p routs and teachers, and the
lioaid ol lulucatiuii upon the pro
gress "f education in Honolulu.
11 w tli tho splendid accommoda
tions for high school instruction
the youth did not succeed they
eoi Id not blame tho Boards of
Education or thoir toachtrs.
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham, ono of
tin lady membors of tho Board of
Education, g.ivo a highly interest
ing address on "Tho Hill of
Inspector General Alataii T.
Atkinson givo a short but meaty
ilctch. lio referred to tho estab
lishment of u high school in Ho
nolulu a h maiking another mile
stono in the educational progress
uf 1 1 nunii. Teaching hi the llu
waiii'li languago was now all but
ab 'dished. In his '20 yoais resi
dtneo ho had seen a marked ad
vance in education throughout tho
group A uniformity ot system
had ixii'ii adopted. The personnel
of the teaching foico had been
much improved. Twenty years
ago thero were but 7755 children
in school; a year ago thero weie
11 !Ji)7, and at tLo present moinont
ho calcinated wo had over 1'2,000.
Mr. Atkinson mudo a strong ploa
for having high school tuition
nmdo froo like tho common
l'rincipal Scott, in tho course
of clos ug remarks, invited the
visitors to inspect tho building
from basement to cupola. Thoy
could go to the bottom and see
what a fine place was therefor the
girls to play. And they could go
to the top. whi-10 Parnassus was
supposed to be, although ho had
never been thoro. They would
find thoi grounds in as good con
dition as whon tho Board took
possession. Perhaps their con
dition hud oven been improved. In
a your from now ho had no doubt
thoy would find tho grounds in
as good a condition as they are
Tho s-cliool then smg a dodio.i
t ry hymn composed by Phillip
II. Dodge, to music by Mrs. Tuck
er, who ployed uccompanimont on
This closed tho oxercises nnd
thon tho people swaimed upstairs
and downstairs, making a regular
crush in tho narrow ways of tho
higher regions?. Thero is a mag
nificent viow from tho platform
surrounuing tho cupola, lor which
expressions of tho keenest admira
tion were hoard. Tho building
was fully described in this pnpor
a fow weeks ago. It is
palatial in construction. In
tho main rooms tho ceilings are
ornamented with low roliefs of
tho nation il coat-of-arms douo in
gold and colors.
Thoro aro now 00 pupils in tho
h'gh school, and 100 in tho gram
mar grade. In tho primary de
pigments, housed at tho old Fort
street establishment, there is an
attendance of 170 pupils.
Another . Ilouil,
The road jury to consider tho
opening of tho new road between
tho properties of W. O Smith and
Mrs. T. 11. Hobron met yesterday
afternoon and give n hearing to
about forty residonts of tho vicin
ity. At tho conclusion of tho ar
guments advanced by tho inter
ested parties tho jury docidod to
recommend tho construction of
tho now road, provided that it
doos not tako in auy portion of
mo jj ay tou proporty.
It you feol out of sorts, cnll at
the Critorion and trv our refresh
ing Seattlo Beor on drnught.
Two truiinU ploulod guilty bo
foro Judgo Pony this morning.
.Imltr "iiiiirr'a ltrluniillin .tull-
rtiniliil- ithuiliiii niul I'n rili
An omondod declaration has
been filed in James J. Hvmo vs.
Allon ol al. mid A. F'ol., gar
nishoo. This is llm old suit of
sub-contractors on thoOahu ltail
way oxtension against tho eon
tractor. In Brown vs. Brown a stpula
tion has boon filed that the divi
sion may bo rondend by Judge
Coopor, after his resignation from
tho llonch, as of the time ho was
second Judgo of the First Circuit
This is the first official cogiiizmce
of Judgo Cooper's transter from
tho Judiciary to the Executive.
The paper is signed by Kinney
and Ballon for plaintiffs and
Llatch, C. Drown, Magoon and
Humphreys for defendants.
In the matter of tho bankrupt
cy proceed 1 1 ius atrainsit II. Conir-
don nnd G. 1). Preeth, an older of
tho Marshal to roloiso tho pro
perty has been returned, ondmsod
with the stltumont Unit tint urn.
peity has been delivered to P. G
Mr. Yatman's Sunday services, '
under the auspices of the Y. M.
C. A., will bo as follows :
SI a. 111., Workers' Council, i.i
Y. M. C A. Hull.
11 a. m.. preaching in Kamoha
2 p. 111.. address to tho Portu-
rviliiUik (sinwIiiK li1iwi1
fL.OU UUUUUj ClfllUUli
;) p. 111., woman's muss mooting
in Y. M. C. A. Hull.
1 p. 111., men's mass meoti'it in
Y. M.C. A. Hall, subject "Lamb
or Tiger. Which?"
G:;!() p. m.. Union Young Peo
ple's meetiug in C0ntr.1l Union
Church lecturo room.
7:!J0 p. 111 , preaching to Hawai
ians at Kautnukipili Churoh.
Meotings ov. ry afternoon and
evening next week in Y. M. C. A.
Tho charge of assault agiinst 15.
Deva-ichelio has boon dis
missed. In order to impress upon your
mind tho fact that the Seattle
llrcwiny and Multimj Co'x boors
nro Mild. Light and Lively, wo
bolow givo tho avorngo per cout of
alcohol iu various liquors in com
"Rainier" Beer. , . 3.4 por cont
"Olympic" lker... A
On draught at tho Critorion.
miLMriiN iiivycli: conti:st.
Tho subjoined ballot, renowed
in ivory issuo, will bo received
nt tho Bulletin bnsinoss office,
009 King street, until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, Novombor
27, 1895. Each So. of ballot will
only bo acceptable up to tho time
noted on it, and ballots will bo
conntod and tho results announced
immediately thereafter. Moro
than 0110 voto for one bicyclist or
ouo bicyclo on a singlo ballot will
render it void.
The "Most Popular Bicyclist"
according to tho ballots cast will
bo awarded tho prizo of tho "Brst
Jiicycle 'sold in Honolulu accord
ing to the same voto. Tho follow
ing named gentlemen havo kindly
consented to act us tollers und
judges of tho contest :
C. M. White,
J T. Stackkh,
15. A. Williams.
dun mm mm. i
1 " I
nsro. 10- I
Good for Two Pujs Only. 1
MOST POPULAR BICYCLIST.
7f Kill la lilnnkit ullh vnur ,.l,,.i,.,.
' I'lejclUt ami bli-yclo, ami di-poalt
illlco by ' i.'diii-K I,,,,,,, TiK-ilnj.
lilts WHIIlft Ul llll! 11171. i.i:tin 1IIW
LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES
AND SOME OTHER
This is the time of the year
when the evenings gradually'
increase in length, especially ,
on Saturdays and Sundays, j
Why the evenings should be i
longer on those two days than ,
on any other is something no I
fellow has ever found out, but !
it is so. Such being the case j
the question of lighting up the j
household during the long
evenings that are comini is I
one that cannot be ignored by
the head of any household.
The question of economy
must also be considered. Coal
oil is advancing in price, and '
we read by the late dispatches
that the Pennsylvania oil fields j
won't last much more than I
twenty years to come; also that't
the great Standard Oil Com- I
pany is already looking around
for new oil fields to supply the
threatened deficit, kerosene j
oil will always be obtainable i
at the figure Ar. Rockefeller
puts on it, but as a matter of
future economy the Honolulu
householder should purchase,
his lamps with a view to pro
curing tlie greatest possible
amount ot light with the small
est consumption of oil. This
can only be clone by buying
good lamps and good burners
and good chimneys. The Ha
waiian Hardware Company
has them all.
By the last Australia we re
ceived and are now unpacking
the finest assortment of lamps
ever brought to this city, com
prising as it does an extensive
variety of bedroom, kitchen,
boudoir, hall, dining and draw
ing room and reading lamps.
These we have in glass and
metal. Our assortment of
hanging lamps and chandeliers
of all kinds is simply immense
and must be seen to be appre
ciated. In piano lamps we have
something especially new.
To cover all these lamps we
have some beautiful shades of
the latest designs in paper and
jlass. When we say they are
peautiful we mean it in the
ullest sense of the word, as
you will acknowledge when
you see them.
We have also a display of
pretty little Onyx tables, which
are all the rage among fashion
Our supply of Alaska refrig
erators has been replenished
and we are now prepared to
furnish them in sizes to suit
Hie Hawaiian Hardware C& Ltd
When !t Comes
To Disinfeotnnts wo still linvo
plenty, our stock hits not
been exhausted, and now
arrivals aro on liaiul.
tho beauty of . . .
" Cleveland "
i- 3 k
In Honolulu thcrj is
always something that dc-1
mands the attention of the
lair sex. More especially
is this true when good
bargains are ollercd. In
catering to the .wants of
tho Honolulu ladies, the
merchants must buy judi
ciously and select only the
most artistic designs. Es
pecially is this true of
white dress goods. I re
ceived by the Australia
a now lino of these goods
that are very pretty. They
must bo seen, however, to
be appreciated. I also re
ceived a fine lino of Lad
ies' Shirt Waists' and Cor
sets. Now that the Cho
lera is over and life, social
ly, has resumed its normal
condition, tho dry goods
business must increaso
materially in the next
month. Anticipating this
rli.ltinlwl T lin.i lni1 in 4-1. Jr.
v..llliut j. ,,n, IHIU IU WHO .
fine stock of goods and I
they are now ready for
your inspection, and can
bo purchased at a reason
M. S. LEVY.
Lime & Stone
LIME AND STONE
Offer 'fur halo tliv Uht quality of I.imu at
tliu ruling marki't nitu. Tin Lime u (Ut
Utmuint. urtklu, jiuro uml hiunile. No for-
C1(JI1 HUblitlUIU'H UMll.
Q'V.ltiiiB uii!I7uilltavB younonlera.
IIAAVAIIAN LIME & STONE
The Bus man will send
busses to pnvato residen
ces for passengers to Wai
kiki without extra charge;
private parties can bo ac
commodated at reduced
rates, but remember this,
that a bus or wagonette
will call at your private
residence and tako you to
Wnikiki and bring you
back at the regular street
i. 'in it
KlMl AU Nl'UANC Stioiti.
SL0 Comment is iinm-ci-Hsuy.
. . . CHOWDER
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
Every Siiturilny ovouiii-,', for
u M i HfllllllXflb" WM
FROM S5.00 UP