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EVENING BULLETIN, JUNE 3, 1896.
51 Euet)ii?5 Bulletin,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1890.
IS ANYTHING WRONG?
It tho iccont outburst of
criticism of tho Board of Health
in a certain qnnrtor had not been
obviously invidious ugainBt tho
reorganized body, on tho do
parturo of tho lay presidont and a
modical niembor for Japan, it
might have resulted in somo light
being thrown on tho administra
tion of tho Board as previously
constituted. Indeed, tho explosive
campaign of attack inaugurated by
tho Star hay had, for one of
Sts chief results, tho effect of
arousing suspicion that its real
motivo was tho raising of a cloud
to obscure facts discovered by tho
Legislature's visiting committeo
to Molokai. It transpires that
members of that committee, that
roportod everything with a few
minor exceptions lovely at
tho Settlement, have been
talking freoly about town
of somo matters there discovered
which indicated looseness of sur
voillance on tjio part of tho Board.
Why these members choso to
make tho unfavorable part of their
report on tho curbstone instead of
tho floors of tho Legislature
passes understanding. One thing
they have commented upon out
side is tho condition of the stores
of provisions at tho Sottlemont.
Tho canned goods aro declared to
"bo stalo and unfit for human food.
If this is true it is scan
dalous. Monoy is appropri
ated by every Legislature to pro
vide proper supplies of provisions
for the afflicted inhabitants of the
Sottlem&t. Any foisting of in
ferior food on thorn is not only
inhuman treatment so far as they
are concerned, but it is a swindle
upon the taxpayers of tho coun
try whoso monoy is voted to' bo
honestly expended. The Bulletin
does not say that such a scandal
exists, but it lias good nuthority
for saying that members of tho
legislative visiting committeo have
talked about the storos in tho
inaunor stated. Lot tho commit
tee be .categorically interrogated
on tho matter in opon session of
each branch of tho Legislature.
This is a case where oven street
talk should, ho timoly rosolved in
tho propor'arona, in the interests
of the lepers, of tho people at largo,
and of the Board of Health itself.
It is worth thinking about tho
suggestion of a correspondent,
who, it may bo said, writes from
another island, that tho lepers on
Jilolokai might bo employed in
raising silkworms. With tho for
est now boing set out thero grown
ap somo, thero would probably be
more regularity in the rainfall. A
light occupation Buch as that sug-
gosted would bo bouofioial to tho
lepers, not lea6t in diverting their
minds from their infliction, and
ly prying them something for
their labor if successful thoy
would havo a motivo of activity.
, Tho experiment would cost next
to nothing, tho planting of mul
borry trees being right in tho lino
. of tho forestry operations just
The Mot Beautiful Women . . .
. . . Also the Homeliest
aSK DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR.
Atk Your Grocer For It.'
"How early do you cloan
house, Mrs. Perkins ? "Well, I
always try to got started before
the neighbors begin to borrow
my stopraddor."CJiicogo Post.
A now Government tax of 1
mark ou each cat kept as a house
pet has be6n imposed in Dresden.
Thousands of animals havo been
destroyed by owners desirous of
Avoiding tho "cat tax."
LKIlINLATirilE IN SESSION.
Continued from 1st Page.
and who formed tho company.
Ho hoped tho Senato would con
Bidor tho matter at this session.
Tho company did not ask for a
dollar and ovorything in con
nection with tho road was direct
ly under tho control of tho Min
ister of tho Intorior.
Sonator Horner said tho princi
pal reason why tho committeo re
commended postponing tho mat
tor was that thoy had found thero
was considerable opposition to
tho bill in Hilo itself.
Sonator Northrup said although
ho had signed tho report if tho
Hilo people really wanted tho
road and wore prepared to build
it, thoy ought to havo it
Senator Baldwin said tho Le
gislature had no right to grant a
franchise directly to any
ono company. Tho bill
should be a general one, allowing
any company to bid on tho fran
chise, and make arrangements
with tho Minister.
Senator Bice said tho Legisla
ture had only just passed a bill
widening tho streets of Hilo. This
would tako at least two years and
until it was done tho road could
not bo built. Ho did not' see tho
necessity of hurrying the rnattor.
Sonator Lyman said tho com
pany did not ask for an exclusivo
franchise. Tho bill itsolf provided
that tho road could not bo built
until tho streets wore widened in
accordance with tho now law. All
tho company wanted wus permis
sion to go ahead.
Sonator Watorhouso moved to
amend by laying tho bill'on tho
tablo. Senator llice nccopted tho
amendment and tho motion pass
ed by a voto of G to 5, Sonator
Lyman not voting.
Adjourned at 10:10.
Ninety-First Day. Junk '2ud.
HOUSE OF linrUEHnNTATIVES.
In the Uouso this morning an
nouncement was in ad o of the bills
presented to the President for his
Bop. Itichards roported House
Bill 58 priuted and ready for
Tho Kapiolani Park bill was
takon up ou third readiug ami
passed by a voto of 10 to 2, -Hops.
Winston and Oluney voting No.
Under suspension of tho rules
Miuistor Cooper introduced a bill
relating to holidays which was
reud tho first timo and referred to
the Judiciary Committee. The
bill makes tho Lst and 17th of
Jauuaiy, tho 11th of June, tho
4th of July, tho 28th of November
and the 25th of December nation
Uouso Bill 3G, placing Emma
and Thomas squares and tho Pali
and Tantalus roads, under tho
control of tho now park commis
sion, pasqed third reading.
Tho Act concerning claims
against tho estates of deceased per
sons also passed third reading.
House Bill 58, rotating to forg
ing postage stumps or re-using
old oues, passed second reading.
Senate Bill 53, sotting apart
certain lands on tho waterfront of
Hilo for government and park
purposes,, was read tho first timo
and referred to tho Public Lands
Bop. Bond inquired what had
become of tho bill introduced by
tho Liquor Commission, but be
fore ho got through with his re
marks a motion to adjourn pre
vailed. Mortuary Itoport.
The deaths in Honolulu for tho
month of May wore as follows:
Number": Under 1, 12; 1 to 5,
9; 5 to 10, 1; 20 to 30, 9; 30 to 40,
9; 10 to CO, 4; 50 to GO, 3; GO to 70,
G; over 70, 12. Total G5. Unat
Nationality: Hawaiian 39, Chi
nese 7, Portuguese 10, Japanese 1,
Groat Britain 2, U. S. A. 5, other
Cause of death: Apoploxy 1,
acoidont 1, asphyxia 1, bronchitis
1, Bright's disoaso 1, consumption
G, childbirth 1, caucor 1, diarrhoea
4, dysentery 2, dropsy 3, drowned
1, enteritis 2, fever 2, fovor typho
id 1, gastritis 1, heart disease 1,
heart failure 2, inanition 2, lung
diseaso 1, meningitis 1, nephritis
1, old ago 8, paralysis 4, pneumo
nia 3, peritonitis 1, sopticromia 2,
tumor 1, unknown 4, uricmin. 1,
whooping cough 4.
Comparotivo monthly mortality:'
May, 1892, 49; May, 1893, 42; May,
1894, 44; May, 1895, 53; May,
Sugar planters know more
ways of getting rich than
holding down their taxes. As
was stated to the writer by an
intelligent observer the other
day: " It takes as much care
and vigilance to run a planta
tion and mill as to run an
ocean steamship. Every little
detail, every screwhead and
bolt, has to be inspected to
see that nothing goes wrong."
Jn the matter of saving waste
and expenses, which is half the
battle for profits, the planters
of these islands have made an
The care of their live stock
makes no small amount of the
expenses ot plantations, and
anything saved here increases
the profits as well as a gain in
the percentage of extraction of
sugar from the cane. In the
cut above given you have a
view of a 12-foot geared Aer
motor we have put up at
Kapaa, Kauai, for the Makee
Sugar Company. And here, in
the second illustration, is
shown the use to which the
power is applied.
All I he cane tops for feeding
the stock are cut in this
machine driven by the Aer
moto. The motive power is
also utilized for pumping
water for the animals. One
man attends to the whole
business where, before the ad
vent of the giant "Ventosus,"
the labor of several men was
We have contracted with
the trustees of the Queen's
Hospital to remove a steel mill
(of another make) long ago
erected at the institution,
taking it away as "slops" and
subatituting it with an Aer
motor. The old one has not
given satisfaction, and the
trustees are acting on the
splendid reputation gained
by the Aermotor. Less wind
than it takes to run the Legis
lature will put the Aermotor
in a state of successful revo
lution. While we are talking to you,
allow us the digression of
calling attention to our fine
line of Westenholm pocket
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sproolcols' Bank,
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Last Week's Stoii1
brought us somo of tho hand
somest httlo gold chatolaino
watches ever seen. Beautifully
enameled in reds and blues, set
with diamonds, and without
them; others with rows of
pearls and other gems. All
made to run and keep good
All havo handsome gem set
brooches. t.n mntrb, nnd the
"tuo mid ooruuible" of the
whnl i? truly beautiful. They
bel"iig t ' tss of watch not
heretofore imported, nnd wo
take pr.uo in allowing them to
our customers. Tho prices aro
th't ni no would ima
gine fr snob Ivyrh grade goods;
ranging hi !$50.00 up.
Our suiiiii oxidised chato-
, laino watch at $6.00 must also
not bo overlooked. For a watch
costing uluiost nothing; run
ning won, ana ncu louKing,
'this cannot bo equaled by any
thing we have seen.
Our uHiicy for one of the
best Swiss wutch manufactur
ers, onnblcs us to placo bofore
you, designs which are exclu
sive and unique, and move
ments which for timo keoping
qualities cannot bo excelled.
You will be surprised how
fine a "Non-magnetic" silver
watch wo can sell you for 14.
00. One that will resist all
mngnetic influences; which in
this ago of electricity is a point
of incalculable value. No mat
ter what grade of watch you
aro going to buy, ours is tho
stock to pick it from; because
no other stock is hnlf as large,
no other stock contains tho ex
clusivo patterns, nnd no other
prices cm come down to ours;
AND WE GUARANTEE
EVERY SCREW in them.
H. F. Wiclmiaii
Auction Sales by Jas. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, June 4th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tho Robinson lilock, Ilotol
street, I will soil at Public
Auction un Invoice of
JAPANESE ART WARE
Just rocoived ox steamer
"Ohittagou." Tho in
voice comprises a hand
somo assortmout o - -
TOKAWABE WARE !
consisting of Umbrella Stands,
Vuses, Stands and BowIb, Eleg
ant Tea and Coffee Sots, Satin
Embroidered ScrooiiB, Beaded
Curtains, Carved "Wooden Figures,
Natural "Wood Tables and Brackets
Etc. Eta. Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
In Best Condition. Inqniro of
310-tf nOFFSCHLAEGEtt & CO.'S.
To Let or Lease.
TOE RESIDENCE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ono mile from postofflco. Largo houso with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patqnt closots,
servant houses, stables, hoi so paddock,
gardon and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAQOON.
tf Merchant st next Postofflcoi
IllSIIOP it CO'3 CERTIFICATE OF
Deposit No U31C4 In favor of E 1 McUecney
for $400. Puwnent utoppcd, Pcne return
to III sUop it Co. iilU-lw
lew Arrivals ii Our
Whito Linen Table Damask, good quality.
Whito Linon Table Covers with Napkin to match.
White Linen Bed Shooting, 90 inch, at 150 per yard.
Whito Linen for Pillow Cases, 45 inch, GOc per. yard.
Eino Whito Linen, 3Ginch, GOc per yard.
Rl Tablo Damask, GOc and 70c per yard. ,
Whito Damask Table Covers with Red Bordersv$l;50
and $1.75 a piece.
WbiteTMmnsk Doilies, $1.50 a dozen.
White Damask, Doilies with Red Border 75c and $1.25 a
B. P. Ehlers &
We can supply you with anything you want in
pur lino from .tho cheapest to tho finest Shoes
wndc. You havo seen our "Ball Dorg't" No
one has licked him ' yet. We nro lighting fur
, trade. You are buying Shoes. Wo arc selling
them. You shall have as good lens as any
other customer. '.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
33is: Slioo Store.
cJ(J"STFi T iT A3
WILL LEAVK HONOLULU
Full THF! ABOVE TOUT ON'
WertnvNaSisy. June :$1,
AT 4 O'CLOCK r. m.
points in tho United States.
E,trFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Pa.BKe, apply to
Wm. G. HtWlNiGOo., L'd,
31 7-5 1 General Agents.
A RECORD OF BARBARISM
DARKER THAN DARKEST
AFRICA. . . .
(Dy Eov. Edwin M. Dliss.)
fj3f Prospectus and subscription lists
Merchant Stroet, Honolulu.
In ono vol. cloth, S 2 00
In ono vol. cloth gilt 2 BO
in ono vol. llall-Kuuslnn gut, 3 oO
VST My ITaok dues not tip In this tnan
uer, no matter how weighty the load.
Hack No. 14
B- TELEPHONE 170 .ff
o. i -n ii i 'Jim , .
Staadi Bethol and King streets.
Co., Port Street
BOUGHT RIGHT and jjf
There's two sides to tho
question. Prices on depend
able goods were never so low
as now and here. Of tho
vagaries of trash, wo keep no
tally; but certainly poor goods
!aro U(,t t() k considered when
the best goods nro selling in
many cuses at half what you've
been used to paying for them.
You never in '. our lifo heard
of Satuian waro selling as
! a handsomely decorated Sa-
j mian tea pot for half a dollar.
A tea pot that is good for ser
vico and is an ornament for
auy table. In this ware we
have all sort3 of things; choco
late pots, coffeo pots, tobacco
jars, match boxes and stands
for tho tea pots. Samian ware
is now hero and you will like
Anothor thing you know as
Cameo waro, but which is
really Wedgowood. This in
flower pots, llowor vases, jugs,
cups and saucers and ash trays:
Theso are in blue and white
and black and white.
Another thing that will bo
found of inestimable vnluo to
the housewife is an Edgar nut
meg grater at a quarter. It is
tho best grater you over saw,
because ynu can't scratch your
What about a "no slnm"
door check for 30 conts.
Von Holt Building.
CERTIFICATE NO. 510 FOR 2J SHARES
Second 8erles of Stock of the Pioneer linii.i.
, ding and Loan Association nnd Certificate
I Vn Kill fn 111 HI...... f . ... i. .. T , D
III tho name of Antonio J. Lopez. A rcwaid
will bo paid for the return of these certitlcates
to A. V. Gear. U12-2w
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