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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 23, 1890.
IIIIWHIWIllllllll ! IWUMWIH
IIOAltn OV HEALTH.
I'rococillnc" nt tlio Itrshlnr Wocltly
iricelliitr on Wcdnesclny.
There was a full attendance of
mombors and officers at the moet
ing of the Board of Health yester
day. Dr. Mousarrat reported six
hogs condemned out of 135
slaughtered. As inspector under
the mitigation act ho reported 87
examinations. D. Kohipio re
ported the inspection of 130,453
lish laBt week, the largest numuor
sinco the opening of tho market.
Another petition from Chinese
for leave to fish in tho harbor was
denied, as was a petition from a
native to stock a pond op Kmil"
tho jail with fish.
llufus Lyman was appointed an
agent of tho Board nt llilo.
Presidout W. 0. Smith submit
ted tho questions asked in the
Houso about pcoplo dying with
out modical attendance. An
auswor was authorized to the
effect that tho Board was cogniz
ant of tho facts and constantly
aiming to reduce tho undcsirnblo
L. L. La Pierre, in ' chargo of
tho odorless oxcavator, was sup
ported in his action of discharg
ing two Portugueso who aban
doned important work to join tho
procossion to the Legislaturo with
.a petition. Ho waB instructed,
however, to tako the men on again
at tho first opportunity.
Dr. Alvarez reported correspon
dence with Dr. Ashmeud of Nor
ristown; Pa., a practical specialist
in leprosy in Japan, and with
specialists in Coutrul America and
the Azores. Ho was authorized
to inform Dr. Ashmead that, in
tho event of a congress being
called on tho subject, this Board
would take tho mutter of being
represented therein into consider
Dr. Wood urged tho importance
of Bunnlviuc tho lack of a system
of registration o births and
deaths. He instanced a caso of
opium poisoning, in which it was
impossible to dotermino whothor
it was suioido or not. Inquests,
he contended, should bo hold in
all doubtful casus.
Beforo adjourning tho Board
held an oxecutivo session.
SKin.No iinwAitus msiioi.
A. Member ofllio Society, Son !' tlio
Tho latest addition to tho mem
bership o tho Hawaiian Society,
Sous ot tho American Itovolution,
is Rov. Sorcno Edwards Bishop, a
lineal descendant of Sylvanus
Bishop, who was born in Brin
fiold, Mass., in tho year 1703 and
diod in Oswego, N.Y., in 18G0, nnd
who was tho paternal grandfather
of tho now member q tho Hawa
In his application for'mombor
ship Mr. Bishop says: "My pat
ernal grandfather, Sylvanus Bish
op, oulisted in tho Continental
Army about 1779, at tho ago of
10, and served ns a privato soldier
under Gonoral Israel l'uttiam un
til tho closo of tho war. 1 havo
ofton heard him speak of Putnam.
"Under a soidior's warrant, he took
up land in Pompoy Hill, Now
lork, where lie settled about 1793.
About 1S18 ho removed to Wept
Oswego, wimin he lived until his
death in 1800, nt tho ago of 97.
His wifo surviving him throe
months died at tho ago of 94.
They loft grandchildron by six
sons and four duughtors, all of
whom aro now deceased. Syl
vanus Bishop was ono of tho first
(wo elders of tho .First Presby
terian church of Oswego. To my
personal knowledge in 1810 Syl
vanus Bishop was then drawing
his pension aa n soldier of tho
Itovolution. A largo number of
tho grandchildron of Sylvanus
Bishop nro btill living in tlio town
of Oswego, who can toatify to tho
facts above sot forth."
' Uov. S. E. Bishop was born at
Kaawaloa on tho island of Hawaii
on tho 7tli of Fobrimry, 1827, and
is therefore in his 09th year. His
fathor was Artomas Bishop of
Oswego, N. V., and his mother
was Klinlietl Edwards of Marl
Tho Singer received ill first
awards for Hewing Machines and
ombroidmj work nt tho Worlds'
Ji'alr, Ohh-ngo, 111., boing tho
largest nuinborof awards obtained
by any exhibitor, and mom than
doublo the miiiibm klt'uu to all
other Hnwlug Muuliintm, 1), Hull
(iniiHON, Attnt. Motlinl Hlrnnl,
II'kii lli.. I ii.'iv lii'iiml i T II i ill I'
(UlllfXl W1HW 1 pwii w.W) liur
barwl l liii WmIjIiibu)) ?m
8to. ifurl trwli bslow Quwn.
White !oo, W.WJ nor
I llu n
13. & N. Lainps
AND SILK LAMPSHADES.
Wo use tho greatest enro in
moving all kinds .of goods nnd
at MODERATE PllIGES.
King Street, near Fort.
J. J. SUIX1VAX,
Honolulu, II. I.
SULUVI.N & Bccklkt, Jlnn'g'ru
FINEST EQUIPPED CARRIAGES
in tbo City, -with Competent nnd Oaro
Stand at the Pantheon Stables,
Corner ot Fort und Hotel Streets.
JJnw'n Hotel Stnbles, 82.
l'nutlicon Stables, Si,
Fnshion Stnbles, 148.
Kl.NO and Nuuanu Stueets.
2& Comment is unncecssiiy.
BAGGAGE delivered nnd cheok
ed to nny Steamor. Furniture
und PinnoB cnrcfully inovod at
Fort and Queen Sts.
D.iy T-l. 12, Be-idonoA Tl. 043
Commissioner of Deeds
State of California.
Having bciii appolult'd niul commissioned
a CommTiioIoiHToi Ik-eiU for tliu Ulate of Cal
ifornia, 1 am prepared
To iidmlnbter ami certify oaths.
To talce and certify ilcjioeltloiis aiulallhla
vlt. To tnKu and certify the acKno lcilument or
proof of pan era of attorney, morlunos,
traiisfcn", Krai.ts, deeds or other limtruiiients
Cliy Klni; Btrtet.
W. H. RICKARD,
Ooiioml Business Agont.
Will nttond l CouvovimoliiK In
all iU IfruiuilitiH, C'olloiitiiif,'
niul nil JIllrllllOHH Mllttoi'H
All lliiwinwM milniHttHl In lilin
will rtmiilvo l'lDiupt niul Ufinil'nl
CLOSING OUT SALE.
Entire Stock to be Closed Out Rggardlcss of Cost
SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Japanese Silks, Crockery, Neckties,
Hats, Crepe Dress G-Dads, Shirts, Etc,
Hotel Street, Robinson Block.
Yamatoya and Akao Shirts.
Crepe Shirts, Linen Shirts,
Silk Shirts, White Shirts,
Constantly on hand.
Wholesale Dealer in Japanese
Luiuors and Prolslons. Sakl a specialty.
Allen Street. Telephone 703.
L. A.HLO, '
No. 403, Nuuanu streot.
lias just recelvoda now Hue ot
DRY GOODS, LADIES AND GENTS'
SHOES AND GENERAL MERCHAN
DISE. Agent for tlio following rlco plantations:
Wnipio, Wniiivu, Wuimalu, Waialun,
Knuiolio aud Kapaluum.
$t& My neo from Kimcoho Is marked
L A nnd is mmrantecd Al.
P.O. Box lit - Telephone 199.
GEORGE A. DAVIS
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Honolulu, II. I.
t37" Olllco : 1H Merchant Btrcet.
GILBERT P. LITTLE,
ATTORNEY AT LftW
A. S. Humphreys.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office t Kaahumunu street.
A. V. GEAR.
No. C0J, Klni; 8t.
TYPEWRITING AND COPYING.
iiiis.s m. v. Li:ii:iti:n.
Office: Hawaiian Abstract and
Company, corner Fort and
A New AlDStraot Office.
Ab ft result of. 15 yoar'H oxpori
onco in tho AliHtraet JJuHiiuiHH, J
inn prupitrcd to niiiho AliHlrncts oC
Titlo iu a moHt tliorough, nuuuriito
nnd complete niunner, and on
1?. W. M.MUNNUV.
In. W. O. Binith'ri Olllco, 1118
Fort Slrnot. Ulfi-lf
Piano For Balo,
mul U In Hi
m mm iImI ht &,
Next door to Ordway & Porter.
Hats! -:- Hats!
ftjade To (Men Aqj Ib
Ladies and Gents.
New Stylos Every MONDAY nnd
Best Straw Hats,
No. 325 Nuaanu Street. ?32-lf
uits to order. Fit Guaranteed. Fine Dnck
8nit, $5 up; Fino Tweed Pants, $4.50 npj
Fine Hnit, $1S up. Clothes cleaned and re
paired. 200 KING STREET.
P.O. Box HI.
Chock Chee & Co., Merchant Tailors,
Clothes Cleaned nnd Repaired.
No. 322 Nuuanu Street.
21G-ly P. O. Pox 233.
CHIN WO & CO.
Young Ah In, Mr.
Corner Bcrctnnla and Nnuamists., Honoluln.
RICE PLANTERS-Alnays have for ealo the
hest quality of rice. Our rice marked V O C
Is guaranteed to lie Al.
Agents for tlio following rice plantations:
I'alarau, Unlaw n, Moanalua, Wnlklkl, Walplo.
Kalawao, Kauuluapa and Waloll, Oahu, ana
145 Tel. 218. PO Box 342.
YEE ON CO.,
817 Nuuanu 8t. P. O, llox 143.
Watchmakers and Manufactur
Repairing ol Watches and Jewelry, ALL
Importers ot Watches and Clocks ot Finest
Orient Planing Mill,
VING EAT & CO.,
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Furnltuto of all kinds made and repaired
Ilulldlm: houses aud rooking rice mills a spe
cialty. V. O. Box V2, corner King aud Betbel
D Y DSIIsr G- !
If you wont your Clothes Dyed nnd mado
to look new, cull around ut
jVJei'oliaiit :-: Tailoi.
4S Nuunim strut, 1 O llo IW.
C T. AKANA
No. 1121, Nuuanu btrcet.
V AERCHANT TAILOR, v
Vine SultliiK' mude to order atlowett prices,
1 l.l Clothes cltaned and repalnd.
W. A.hiu & Co.,
1120 Nuunim Ktrcut
l'lno Kuitliius from llwt Americau and
Clothw C'lCHMH'il mid lliplud.
Coiisollflate J Sola Water Co,, L'
Darmr Allan & Fort SU.i I'onolwlii,
The . . .
lias a l.i rgo .issortweiit of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand.
Estimates givon for house wir
ing and Electrical plants.
Murino Wiring a specialty.
uoxt to Lucas' Mill
Drays, Carts and
For PULLING UP Trees
128 & 130 FORT STKEET.
Blacksmithing in All Its Branches.
W. W. WRIGHT, Proprietor.
(Sncccssor to Q. West)
T. B. MURRAY,
Fitted tip with all tho Modern
Manufacturing and Repairing Vehicles
of Every Description.
Blacksmithing and Horse Shooing.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
FOOK ON & CO.,
Jutt opened now supply of First-class Shoes
Ladies' & Gents' Shoos Made to Order
From Aiuer'cim and French Leathers.
TOM CHUNG KEE,
No. 47 Nuuann street.
Dealer in Ladies' and Gentle
Boots and Shoes to order. I uso the best
material. Goods warranted toweur well. 143-
COO, Hotel street.
CHOCK SLNG, Manager.
First-class menls nt regular rates. Fowl
served on Thursdays nnd Sundays.
Board by week S4.5U.
fjtf" For best quality of ManillaClars,
Cigarottes and Tobacco come to Hop Slug's
next door. 147-tf
Formerly tho Bay Horse Saloon
Corner Bothel nnd Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
BVEOIAL EATING nOURK:
Frivato Booms for Ladies nnd Qcntlcmcn.
Open from 5 a. in. to 1 in morning.
Frico of Tickets, 4.50. Smglo Meal, Mo
Bethel street nbovo Tost OfQeo.
NICE AND CLEAN.
Chicken on Tuesdnys, Thursdays nnd
Saturdays. Ico Cream on Sundays. Fino
Salads with dinner each day.
Meals, i!5c 2-J Tickots, $4 CO.
(All CHOCK, i'ropr.)
Meals 25 Cents. EAJNfN.D. .
Privato ltooui for Ladies.
CollNElt UOTEI. AND U.MON StB.
Meals nt All I lours. ih.ii from 6 u. in. to
l iiVloek nt nlulit. Kitiinliiy. oihiii r.U
iiUht. -I tiokctH for i?tJJ0 Kvi'rytlilug
( am. miir.i, hi ill' ill'.
j Opuslto I'mitliixm Saloon,
Kinmi ihkI I'unohlxiwl HtrnotM,
IOB -:- ORE AM !
V.tT I)t4ltft IhmII imiu nf Hi" vllyi
LIN TAI GO.
410 Ilotel streot, near Nuunnu.
Of All Kinds of Provisions,
Chinese Tea and
GROCERIES, -:- RICE,
All kinds ot Canned Kmit, Cigars,
and a largo assortment of gooiN too .
numerous to mention nt tho very
LOWEST PRICES. .
ALL KINDS OF MANILLA CIGARS
10)1 M.Y. AT
Oppoite l'autheon Barber Shop, at Lowest
Prices. Try my
Flor Find, La l'crla Del Oriente,
La Puerata Del Sol and
The Smoker's Favorites.
Sin.gr Lee Co..
G02 KING STREET
FEESH :-: iFiRUTTS
By every California steamer.
Importers of all kinds of Orocerlci, Fruits,.
Canued Goods, Cigar and Tobaccos,
at Lowest l'riccs.
Fresh Vegetables JIhuvh on Hnnd.
Corner King and Rethcl streets,
Dealer in Cigars and Tobaccos
Best brands of Manilla Cigars
and finest Cigarettes. . ,
At lowest prices.
Dealer in Chinese Tea, Cigars,
Pennnt Oil, Sugsr, Soap,
Candles, etc., nt lowest
Corner Nuuanu and Fnuahi strceta. 143-
HOP HING & COMPANY,
Wbolesalo Dealers In
Cliineso Silk, Tea, and llsttlns,
Liquors and Manila Cigars, English and
402 Hotel street. - - - Telcphooo 147.
QUONG SAM KEE & CO.
Importers and Dealers In
145-tf Corner King nnd Mnunnkea Sis.
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
and dealers In
CROCKEKY, OLA8SWAHE, ETC., ETC.
Water Pipes, laid and repaired,
and plumbing neatly executed.
143- No 41. Nuuanu street.
FOR . . .
TINWARE, CROCKERY, HARD
WARE, CIGARS, ETC,
At lowest prices, go to
WING TAI LUNG.
141- 31 Nuuanu street.
LAJC SIN"G KEE-
ALL KINDS OF TINWARE, CROCKERY,
etc., at tho very lowest prices. King streot
makal aud Ewa of Maunakcu.
CHEONG KEE CO.
All kinds of tinware, crockery,
)tc, at lowed prices
Nnnauu and Hotel HtrtteU
LIN SING KEE,
Plumber o Tinsmith
Deiler In Tin and Agatu Woiu,
All kinds of I'lumblngdone In a Satisfactory
Manner at Lowest Rules.
l O. HoxSTI, 312 4CtiHoUlSt.
MANUFAOTUKEH, : UPIIOL-
HTJ3H13H s AND ; DEAlr
KU : JN , . . .
Furniture, Boddlng, Etc, Etc,
CuniiMoinr niul liliillilwr.
iu. W, XiiMiuiu filrvi,
lla mi ImiiiI Ctfflliut, Ortiuulwr Tniiiks,
MiiiflliK, WiU1tlMiil0MM. MMiiMiivU.
Iptr iwi In mi vm ii'w.
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