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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 1G, 189G.
epidemic bb now over. His
nmondmont wont the longtb of
the removal of nl restrictions,
but ho had no objeotion to allow
ing tho motion to pass, whon the
mutter of fishing in the harbor
might bo cousiuerod separately.
Tho President was of opinion
that fishing in tho harbor should
never bo rouowed.
Tho disoussion continuod oyer
a tnnp of tho harbor and adjacent
ponds, tho medical geutlemon
giving their views on" tho pos
sibility of ptonmino dovoloping in
fiah that bntton on sownge.
Tho Prosident asked what was
meant by ptomaine.
Dr. Day answered Hint it was
a poison that doveloped inurtiolos
of animal food.
The motion carried. Fishing in
ponds is thoreforo ag.iin lawful.
Mr "Wntorhniwo complained
i i.. ...:..,. i tt... ,. ,.f
2,llUiJlv (l'lllJrb Ilia lUIIIIII' Ul
w.itor off tho public road into No.
2 reservoir in Nuuanu valley.
Thi'io was nothing moro import
nut to tho public health than the
President Smith introduced tho
question of ndditionul cemetery
room, na tho Nuuanu and Makiki
cemeteries wore now crowdod, as
well hs tho Citthoho cemotory. It
would be a muttor uf diflic.lty, ho
thought, t obtain suitable grounds
tor suppiomouiing tno tureeconio
teries mimed, lie roforred to tho
coiiiideiablo increase of tho city's
population, shown by the cholera
time census in comparison with
that of 1891.
Tho matter was after some con
versation referred to tho sanitary
committee for tho earliest possiblo
Tho President uoxt RUggested
th.it the sanitary inspectors be
instructed to tell householders to
leave garbage coutiiinors iniide
their giitoa to await the arrival of
Mr. Wateihouso remarked that
tho collectors should be mado to
hurry up with their work in re
moving tho garbage.
Dr. D.iy gavo an instance) of
nuisance caused by the delay and
infrequeucy in the arrival of the
Officer Reynolds was directed
to carry out tho suggestions.
The failure hitherto reported in
making troos grow at tho Lepor
Settlement, Molokai, was next
considarod. It was decidod to
ask Commissioner Maraden to
send ono of his f jresters to the
Iilace to give a proper start to tho
1 An application to buy, the now
unnecessary windmill lying at the
Leper Experimental Station, Ka
lihi, was considered hnd Officer
Reynolds authorized to negotiate
terms and report.
Tho President brought up tho
question of uuothor odorloss ex
y cavator, Officor Reynolds giving
J tho information that it would coat
r $390. Tho President BUggoBted
' that the tiros on tho wheels should
be five inohes wide, as tho pro
ont vehicle's whee'.a cut into
' lawns b.idly. In New Z-alaud
there was a luw regulating the
- . width of tires on nil kinds of ve
hicles, r . On motion of Mr. Waterhouse
it was deoided to procuro the
vehicle at tho price nnmed, with
perhaps an addition on account
t of the wider tires mentiouod.
It was decided to request the
Interior Department to drain
TIih Prusidont recommondod
hi that notice be given to owners of
laud between the site of tio oid
? Fishmarket and King street
bridge, that the low level of thoir
lands being a menace to tho pub-
lio health they are required to
fill thoui in without further dolay.
It was; decided to appoint Dr.
Crane to North Kona, whoro Dr.
MoWayno is now serving tompo-
-rarily ns Goyornment physician
!; ' Dr. Day asked if, in the event
of Dr. Liudley'a resignation, Dr.
Crane should be givon both North
and South Kona.
Prosidont Smith thought tiat,
' if thoy could make a living, two
doctors ought to be kept in those
Dr. Herbert's biennial report as
medical superintendent of tho In
sane Asylum was submitted by
tho President, with regret that the
doctor wus uut present to aid in
tho discussion of tho vurious re
The report was roferred to the
standing committee, of which Mr.
Tiansincr is chairman, and the
Board adjourned at 4:40 to the
surprise of the -reporters without
going into exeoutivo session.
Subsoribo for the Evening Bul
letin, 75 cents per month. ;
98,000 in Uso,
Thoro aro 98,000 Fischer
Pianos in ubo. In order to
fully appreciato this marvel
ous fact it is only necessary
to know that nn ordinary
piano manufacturer may
point proudly td a record of
10,000 pianos sold. It is n
wonderful an unparalleled
popular indorsement this
record of 98,000 ! ....
A Source of Satisfaction.
When n piano is notboing
played upon it is in uso
nevertheless. If you doubt
this statoment- attempt to
completely furnish your
parlor without a piano, and
noto tho result. Thou ovory
acquaintance nnturally as
sociates you with your
piano. Lot it bo ono that
you may well bo proud of.
If it is a Fischer Piano, you
can fool that it is beyond
criticism its reputation is
moro than localthe Fisch
er is known North, South,
East, "West, and in ovory
Cnsh,or easy payments it desired.
Purchasers of tho Fischer
Pianos aro ennblcd to ob
tain n first-class instrument
on easy payments if they so
desire. Every piano is ful
ly warranted. Our spacious
warorooms afford visitors
an unique opportunity to
make a proper selection.
Illustrated catalogues C free)
WALL, - NICHOLS
Solo Agents for ilnali.
received an inyoico of
Jr"J.r Ilnvo just
tbo nboTe PimioH.
a bottle- of
Pe.vry )Ddvi s'
Hollister -:- Drug
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Building -:- Lots
Dclljjuitu situation. Beautiful lr of tho
ocean. Kxcellent neianuoruooa. J.oveiy
A. V. GEAR.
When It Comes
Geo. H. Ruddy
Fort Street, oit. OatiiuliuMh.sio.s-.
Hour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
:- Dr. Russel, -:
Office, Mnsonic Building.
Hours: :- 0-11 nm, 3-5 pm. :- Telephone 484.
Residence, Tclcphonu CT0.
W. H. WINCHESTER,
HARNESS MAKER AND SADDLER.
Soils Hawaiian trees nnd re-covers
OnrJ.Motto is :
"Tako Pains and Keep Customers."
115 Bothcl St., between King and Hotel,
Telephone 030. 152-tf
Don't Forget That
?ikib:ikos & ii;cjti;i:.
Have DsplendM lino of
NEW -:- SUITINGS,
Arlington Block, : : : : Hotel street.
S. HBckBr, Mgr,
Clooks, Watohes and
Owing to failing healtlh 1 wish to close
out my buttiness oaily next yenr. To this
end I will soil my cnMre stock of
Clocks, "Watches and
UWtST ?RCtS TOR csw.
GKEAT BAKGAIN8 WILL BE GIVEN.
Campbell Block, - Merchant St
A FAMILY HOTEL.
T. SCroiis o, - - r Fxop.
Per Day 8 2.00
PorWeek .... f... 12.00
OpaclaX CoiXQaly Zntaal
Tho Best of AHondanco, tho Scat Situa
tion and tho Finest Menlo in this City
In all prtn of City.
X3T Specialties will bo noted In this space
from time to time.
191-tf Merchant street.
To Disinfectants we still havo
- ''plenty, 'our stock has. not
been exhausted, and new
arrivals aro on hand.
Van Doom & Co., Fort Street
Next Loons' Finning Mill, -will have
fresh ovtry dny
MACHINE MADE POI
KALIHI POI FACTORY,
Which will he Hold to families in large or
small quantities. No Contain-
w. L. wir.cox,
l'roprietor Kallhl Pol Factory.
Store open evenings.
1ST. F. 13URGKESS
Repairs Garden Hos5, SpnnMers Water Taps.
Sivw Filing nnd nil kinds of Tools Sharp
ened, including CnrviiiR Knives nnd Scis
sors. Lnwn Mowers repaired nnd for rent.
Also, Sotting Glass in fnct nil kinds of
Jobbing. Work cnlled for nnd returned.
Shop nnd residence en Miller street.
Ring up Tolephono 852. . 1-tf
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Liquors andj ProWslons, Sakl a specialty,
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
LIN SING- KEE,
PLUMBER AND TIN SMITH.
403 Hotel stroet, Honolulu.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In General
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Merchants,
C'ornor King and Mnnnakca Sts.
C T. AKANA,
No. 324, Nunanu street.
'MERCHANT TAILOR, v
Fine Suitings mado to order nt lowest prices,
145 Clothes cleaned and repaired.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No- 47 ... Nuuanu street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Boots and 81incs to order. I use tho best
uiiucriui. uouus warranttil towear well. 143-
No-l68i Nuuanu street.
Has just received a now lino of
DUyorS,DS' &ADIEH AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MEKCIIAN
JjIdE, Agent for tho following rico plantatlons-
i.uiiuu, iiwuwn, wuimaln, Walalua,
Kaneoho and Kapalama.
&F My rico from Kaneoho is marked
l. a anu is guaranteed AI.
P. O. Box 114, .... Telephone 109,
Kino and Nuuano Stjiekts.
gj& Comment is uunccesbay.
E1TERY i MAN I HIS I OWN i HDRSE i EDCTciR.
CELEBRATED -:- LIVE -:- STOCK -:- REMEDIES
FOR THE CURB OF DISEASES OF
HORSES, OATTM, SHEEP, DOGS, SWISS AND PQUI.TRY.
- - ALSO
Tho marvelous remedy which
137" Neat pamphlet frco on application.
k ' GCftOTS TEL- 004
''&Jp5W?flRe P Peoples
HOTEL STREET, OPPOSITE ARLINGTON BLOCK.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES
Juet opened a full nnd comn'oto odsortpont of tho
luxuries nnd dolicncies from every civilized nation,
which u ill bo sold lower thnn the lowest. . . .
Fresh California Creamery and Island Butter.
PAMIIV TUADi; A sii:ciAirv.
All Goods delivered promptly. Civility aud every attention givou to customers at
jCOWAN'S CASH STORE.
J. T. WaierhousB.
C,xi.ecn Stroct Sloi'e.
in Tiub and Jars. Assorted Chut
noys, Hams nnd Bacon, Potted
Meats, Boston Baked Beans and
1 LAMPS, ETC,
FORT STEET, NO 10.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
831 Nuuanu street.
CHEONG KEE CO.,
All kinds of tinwaro, crockery,
etc, at lowest prices. . . .
Nuuanu and Hotel streets
oolo Agent, Honolulu.
Y. O. Box 293, Telephone 20.
BRAUNSCHWEIGER - & - CO,
IMDORTERS ANOLlQUOR MERCHANTS.
No. C, Drumm Street, - - - San Francisco.
FOR SALE IN BULK.
American Bonnuox Whiskies in Bond per
barrol containing about 40 gallons each
at various prices according to ago and
Oalivounia Grape, Brandy in .Bond per
barrel of about 40 to CO gallons.
-do Uncelebrated Cate Wriikiei:
"Extra Pony" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
3 gallons per caso.
"Bcarfirass" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles, 2
2-5 gallons per case.
"Old 1'ioncer" Bourbon Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2-6 gallons per case.
"Tennessee Whito Rye" Whisky, 12 bottles,
2 2'C gallons per case.
CALIFORNIA PORT WINES, SHERRIES,
Send orders, by .mail,
Brannschweiger & Co.,
141-lm No. 5. Drumm street.
Here's the Stuff
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