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EVENING BULLETIN, DEOEMBER 14, 1895.
Regulations of the Board of Health.
ItELATINd TO FlSlUNO AND THK SALB OF
Fish in tub City o? Honolulu.
Stt-no.s 1 Tho taking of scnlo fish or
any product of the pen or water from any
part, Inlet or branch of the Honolulu'
harbor, or from any stream emptying into
said harbor to and within one hundred feet
beyond nny point affected by the tides
towards tho land from said harbor and
within n lino running from tho point nt
Iwilei near tho Fork 1'ncking Company's
slaughter houswto tho office of tho iiunrnn.
tine station, tlumco to tho am buoy, nnd
from tho can buoy to and along tho western
wall of the coral enclosure for drodglugs nt
Knkiiftko, isstiiclly prohibited.
Sution 2 The sale of llsh and of all
products of tho sen is prohibited in the
city of Honolulu, excepting at the new
juarktt building und such other pl.ices ns
are speci.illy permitted where lish and the
products of the mm may be exposed for hale
liuder supervision of Inspectors appointed
y the ltoaid of Health.
:i..tio .'I- Such Inspectors shall luuo
powei to hiie, condemn nnd destroy any
llsh or product of the sen opposed for sale,
or brought to the niutket, which they tdiali
hnvo leason to U-lievo was taken from tho
locality piohihitcd by the-o regulations, or
which xhull appear to bo Unfit for food.
Swtion 4 Tho Regulations of tho Board
of Health relating to the sale aud taking of
lishdntul Noxember 1:1, lb!V, nru liiu-by
15y oidir of tho Hoard of Health.
.1. T. YVA IT.KUOUSE,
December 12, b'X. 170-3
l)i:rUTMr.T or KiNcr. I
IIom.ixu-, Dee. u, lS'JJ.
Under Article SS.Siclloii 1 of the Consti
tution, It ln quired lliat caili ineinlierof Iliu
Cabinet Khali ninke nn annual report of tlie
truu-netlotis ultliln hi Department, during
tlie jvar tmllnir December 3Ut.
The MlnUter of finance take this occnlon
to risiue.t nil tho-c halng claims ngiiliiKt tlie
(Imcrntnent of a monetary nature, to present
them to this olllce, through the proper De
partments, not later than li o'clock noon on
lUEaDAY, .Iniiuiuv Ilth. lv.i, niter which
dite the books ol this Department will be
All persons having monays on account of
tho Go eminent are requested to make
their retunis piomptly, in order that thero
uiny be no delay ill closing tho nccounts
tor the ear ending December HWt, 1895.
S. M. DAMON',
.17.M2t MiuUter of Finance.
5rX Evei)ii)$ Bulletin,
DANIEL- LOGAN. Editor.
SATURDAY - - DEC. M, 1895.
Every great rainstorm shows
that tho muking of streets without
any but haphazard engineering
bus been an expensive businoss
for Honolulu. Throughout tho
many changes of administration
niuco thoroughfares for carriages
wore first laid out, street grading
has beon bungled and drainage
ngorded ah of no account. Where
streets have beon f tirly woll built
tho woik has in many cases boon
foredoomed by the faulty grading
and utter lack of provision for
carrying oil storm water. Jt
would hnvo saved many thousand
dollars 11 yoi'f if, say a dozen years
ago, tho stroet system had been
properly graded, and side drains
inched over with stono boon con
structed. With all subsequent
extensions similarly constructed,
thoro would uot bs tho fearful
waste of material and labor that
has been caused by every freshet.
It is high timo that a mere scien
tific method of street construction
shon'd bo adopted. The treasury
is not in a condition to undertake
reconstruction nnd drainage of
streets all over tho towu plot, but
if thcio is nnywhero that a speci
fic national loin could be invest
ed, with groat and sure udvan
tago for tho future, it is in this
dopurtrr.ont of public works.
Miclmol Davitt, tho Irish Htatos
mmi who passed through Hono
lulu by tho Btoamor Alameda, in
replying to nn address at Auck
land dnlivorcd a striking losson
upon tho modoaty Unit ought to
adorn public life, lie said ho
felt dooply tho honor they had
paid him, nnd above ull their
hourly words of wolcomo. Ho
would hnvo bron bottor pleased if
thoy had kept to vulgar fact, and
not indulged in exaggerated
praise. Thoy might tako ninoty-
nine por cent out of what bud
boen said about li is labors fur
Homo Rulo and in tho causo of
Industrial Labor. That eort of
thing injured public mon. He
hoped in New Zealand they did
not dnnl with their public men in
There is a warming tiu in Got-.
man politics, and tho popular sido
seems to have tho Kai-cr's coun
tenance whether from policy or
not will deduct nothing from tlie
popular iidvantiigi' in tliiB parti
Thero can bo uo business ses
sion of tho Supreme Court until
tho vacancy ciused by tho death
of First Associato Justice Bicker
ton has beon filled. Tlio Consti
tution requires thut thcio shall be
a Chief Justice and not less than
two Associate J tint ices to consti
tute the Supremo Court.
There was never any quostion
with tho Now Zealand Govern
ment about giving up tho San
Francisco until service for the
Vancouver. It only considered
tho Vancouver as a supplomoutary
route, to give a fortnightly service
in the Pacific to the west coast of
North America. The articlo
quotod from tho San Francisco
Call is simply a cheap p it-boiler
for somo spuco-writer.
When a street has been gradod
and confirmed it is to bo prosumed
Unit tho law for .the prevention of
obstruction of sidewalks should
npply to it. Thero aro curbed
and gradod sidewalks on streets
loading to tho wator front which
nre completely blocked up with
various private impodimentn. In
the middle of ouo curbed sido
wnlk on the csplanado a treo has
been allowed to grow tibout fifteen
THE EI.t:U ItETUH.N.M.
Hut &nw Nothing or the Itllolliil
Tho tug Elou, commander Hil
bus, moor d at her usual boith at
tho Mail wharf at G o'clock this
morning from four days' cruising
about Kauai. She loft hero last
Monday night and has boen steam
ing around tho Garden Islo over
since. List night it was oxtremo
ly rough aud tho seas swept over
tho little tug continually. During
tho entire trip no strange vessols
wero sighted only the intor-iBl-nnd
stoumers. Commander Htl
bus is completely fugged out and
tho crew are weak from sea sick
Passengers on tho W. G. Hull
roport that vessel ns seeing a
strango schooner olf Lanni ou her
outward trip and tho steamer put
into Maaluoa and notified Sheriff
AndrowF, who Bout out a police
boat in olinrgo of Deputy btierm
Baldwin to intorcopt tho schooner
but they could not got within
reach of it. At times tho schoon
er was so closo to the Lanai shoro
as to he within hailing distance.
Tho strange sohoonor was bead
ing for Muui when scon last.
Captain Potorsou of tho Makeo
is quite indignant over tho fublo
in this morning's pnpor alleging
his reporting a strango schooner
oil' Hainmuulu on his arrival in
port hist night. Ho has been
bothered to doath by Customs
nfliuials and others for further in
formation. Ho says he saw no
foreign vessols whatever during,
his trip to Kauai.
Thoro is good roason to beliovo
that tho opium was landod on this
island, very oloso to this city, aud
that it has all boon distributed
wlioro it belongs by this timo.
Tho sohoonor is supposod to havo
gono to Kauai and kopt up a lot
of signalling by means of Hashing
lights, etc., on purposo to attr.ict
attoutiou. Whon this had beon
accomplished tho samo thing was
dono at Lanai and Muni, tho ob
ject boing to draw suspicion away
Irom Oaliu in ordor to givo thoe
in tho ring a chance to distribute
tho opium while tho suspicion
nnd search of the officials was
diverted else whom. This is a very
plausible theory to s iv tho least,
and many of tho (lull's passongi-rs
heliivoit is tho correct solution
f tho schooner's myctorious
movemonts. It is n s'gu hcant
f icl that on tho day the Hall loft
tho best IIi'iigkoiiK opium wm
worth $40 per pound in this mar-
kot and C.il'fornia opium S27.O0
and that both varieties were hard
to obtain. Todiy California
opium can bo bought in any
ronsonablo quantity for $15 per
pound, whilo tho price of tho
Hongkong articlo Iimj been re
duced in about the s.uno propor
tion. 7Icetim: oi' 'i in: hah.
To 1'rnviilo lor IHcmorlul ItcKOlullouw
-lliir Aniuclnllim IHoolctl.
Pursuant to .a call signod by
Deputy Attornoy-Gonoral Alfred
W. Carter, thero was a meeting of
members, of tho Bar at tho Judi
ciary building at 11:30 o'clock
this morning. Attorney-General
W. O. Smith prosidod and A. S.
Hiimphroys was made socrotary.
Tho object of tho meeting was to
arrange for the presentation of
suitable resolutions on tho death
of First Associato Justico Bickor
tou. Charles Creighton, Lorrin A
Thurston nnd J Lot Knulukou
wero appointed a committoo to
draft suitable moraorial resolu
tions in honor of the laiuonted
Somo discussion took place as
to the duties of the committee,
also as to the formation of u Bar
Association. While it was unani
mously agreed that tho Bar should
organize, yot, as this meeting was
callod for another specific purposo,
tho matter was deferred aud the
mooting adj turiiod subject to the
call of tho chair.
At EratllM Square.'
If it does not r.tin this afternoon
tho Hawaiiun band will piny at
Emma sqauro as usual. Tho fol
lowing program has been pre
1. Overture "Light Cavalrv" Siippc
i. Finnic "lluou del Monte" racial
3. Selection - "A Onlet y dlrl" Jone
5. Waltz "Commence the Hall" Cooto
0. na'Iad "I'lilllls Is my onlj Joy" ..Hoita
8. l'olka-"Frleiidslilp" Muth
Snbscribo for tho Evr.xiNO Bux-
Mrs. Geo. E. Boardman will
hold her annual Christmas salo nt
hor residence, Kapiolani and Ki
nau stroots, beginning Thurs
day, Dec. 5 Fancy nrticlos of
all dosoriptions now reudy for in
spection. G. R. Hurrison, practical piano
and organ maker and tunor, cat
furnish best factory roforonces.
Ordrcs left at Hawaiiun Nows Co.
will recoivo prompt attention. All
work guaranteed to be tho samo
as dono in factory.
HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
JUST THE THING FOR BREAKFAST
Cooked Rolled Oats
Tho original brund.
DilTeient from iiml Iwtlcr thnu nny other bmnil,
fjC VorBiilu by nil I.eiiilinK (irocorn.
PRANK B. PETERSON & CO.,
A FEW ARTICLES SUfTA
BLE FOR CHRISTMAS
In the first place we want ft
distinctly understood that we
are " right in it with the best
of them " in a general assort
ment of holiday goods, and in
special lines that we lead as
usual. By the last Australia
we received a fine line of
goods especially adapted for
tlie holiday trade, selected to
suit the requirements of Hono
lulu people. Most of these
goods will be found to be both
useful and ornamental and
their prices are more than rea
sonable considering the high
quality of the articles. These
goods are now displayed on
our shelves and in our windows
and showcases, and it costs
you nothing to examine them.
We will enumerate a few of
the useful articles suitable for
A fine assortment of BEAU
TIFUL ALUMINUM WARE,
handsomely engraved, com
prising hair brushes, mirrors,
cloth brushes, jewelry cases,
toilet table requisites, which
must be seen to be appreciated.
A full line of SOLID SILVER
WARE, among which may be
mentioned tilting water pitch
ers beautifully engraved and
ornamented, pretty pocket
flasks in new designs, superb
jewel cases, tea sets, milk
pitchers, sugar bowls, knives
and forks, toast racks and a
thousand and one other useful
articles in this useful and al
ways fashionable metal.
An elegant line of cut-glass
goods at prices so reasonable
that no one need use common
glass-ware any longer.
In plated wares we have re
ceived a big addition to our
already large stock in this line,
consisting of new designs in
tea sets, goblets, water pitch
ers, ice bowls, finger bowls
and such like.
Our variety of lamps and
lamp shades is simply bewild
ering. Come and see them
and we shall be' sure to suit
you if you are looking for
something in that line.
Those elegant onyx tables
we have imported are a little
ahead of anything of the kind
ever seen here and they are not
so expensive as they look to
If you want to buy your boy
or girl a bicycle for Christmas,
we have a number on hand
which will suit any boy or
girl in Honolulu without tak
ing every dollar the parents
decided to spend on Christ
mas. Call and examine the many
beautiful, useful and econo
mical goods we have on hand
suitable for presents. You
will be sure to see something
that will strike your fancy.
TOR SALE ONLY BY
THE NEW PllOGIlAMi.
If our first pleased1
do not fail to sco this
EVENING, SATURDAY DECEMBER! ;,
THIS SATURDAY AirEEJli
N'OON AT 3 O'CLOCK..
Vrlci; u muni.
TN THE ClHCl'lT COUUT. KiKST GIIl
1 cult of llii' lluxvnllnn Mamlii. III. tilu
mattcr of the fulnti" nf CHU SAM. of'KallUn,.
Koua. llaunll, Uniiknipt.
Cmlltorh of the alil tiauKruiJl-aro lioruliy
imtlllril in comr 111 iiml prove tliclr iltljlt be
fore nidi .lurtm' "I tue Clri'illt Court of the
Klrnt Circuit ns Miall he fltllnjr at Clumbor,
at Alllohml Hale, .luilli'lnrr IiulUlhii:, In Ho
nolulu, Onhu, on KHIDAY, Di-iemlivr SUth,
lMtt, lietnrcii the liours-of ten o'clock llntli
forenoon nnd noon of the naldriftv, ami cldct
one or more atrigsners Of the wild bankrupt'
By tho Court:
Clerk Jiuh IHyt-
llirtiululu. Dee. 11. irTO, K-
SVL.,12 13 Y
W. S. LUCE - - jLarthnccr
I am iustrnoteil hy A. llainss, Kwj., to
sell at iny SuU Ilooiua nt-Tro'uUiek
MONDAY EVENING, DEC. 16, 1895,
(Wenther prmittiu) a vcbji line assortment
of JnpanFho nnd CIiIucbo fancy gooda jcr
souully Kelectoil by Mr. Burnes while in
Japan nnd Chinn, viz: Silk,Stins,CrepcB,
Pongees, MntH, Kur, oto, etc., too numer
ous to mention. Special attention called to
Ladies Wutlftil Cropu Skirt AValatH, drawn,
thread Dress l'iucerf, drawn tlireail Haml
kerchiefH, Wood Shaviagu Mats (a pretty
OToltt eto, etc.
Goods on innpection. the day of the sa!l.
lteaered BeutH for Lodius;
Exclusive and Atti'aotive.
Froo Hods and
GET OFF THE TRAM
mi I 'CI
f (PAN'S AUCTIONS- RQQM
1 Largo assortment' of
;ie Toys "!J
HEAD OFriiEBB CATTIiEr,
sale ia lotH to suit.
' s. Nonius,
KaliuK"a, Kuti,1 llnvrni!
Election of Officers.
IT A MKIiTINO OK THK SHAItHHOI.I).
A cm of the California Keed Co.. I.til.. tliu
'foll(nvlii); olUcurs ere ehcted to utrre for tho
rresldcnt Cecil! Brown
Vlce-I'resldiiil; S. Itoth.
Secretary C. M. V." Fomtcr.
TrcaKiirer rnd Mnimuer T .1 KI115.
Auditor (it o. J. Ho3.
The ahovv nninod olljfers also constitute tlio
Hoard of I 'rectors.
0. M. V. KOItSTElt.
Sicretary California FeeliCo., l.td.
IIonoliiLM.iUee. nl; 18113.
Royal! Hawaiian Hotel
Evc-ny Saturday STtniuK, for
Silk cropes Holicl colors, silk bed spreads, paja
mas, neckties, cushion covors, tidies, doylies
drawn work and hand painted silk bolting
cloth, j,ust tho thisfj for painting on. Several silk
dress pattorns, ladies embroidered dresses in
white and brown linen and ono pretty baby's
dross in baby blue, beveled mirrors with olegant
carved ivory backs, carved ivory boxes. In
tortoise shell there aro lorgnottes, ladies BidO'
combs and hair pins in various stylos. Flower,
vasos hanging, wall and stand, in colored porao
lain, a few doen of bro&d and butter platen, a
fow jirotty pearl rings and iiins, mats in guass.
and shavings 3x0, shaving slippers, mattings in
roll, -JO yards oaeh, ladies silvor powder and
hair pin boxes, and au ondless variety of boxes
and bags suitable for candy for children.
Kd" Much of tho abovo, Into importations,
And all prices greatly reduced. Open oveuiugB,
THE GRASS HOUSE
AT BISHOP'S SWITCH
EEIB & J4EYKe
Aunt Abbey. B. F. AGENTS.
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