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Vol. IE. No. 432.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 189G.
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B. L FINNEY, Manager.
The TJnduhsignet) beg to an
nounce that from and after
Thursday Niglii, 0ctil896
ST.. LOOS BEER
Will bo Borved ON DRAUGHT
To meet tho limps and compoti
'tiou, it will bo furnished nt
I2cts. Per Class
Wo quoin from lottor of 'tho
Anheuser-Busch 13 rowing Asso
ciation, dated Augiibt 8th:
"Your honorable firm liaVlni; represented
as for so muny yearn wo It. Ilue It usulo-H to
call jour ntti'iitlon to tlio merits of our arti
cle., but we should like to repeat nunlii ami
tall vonr Attention to tlio fuct tlmt ourR In
Tllti ONLY 1'L'IJK BAULKY MALT UEEK
.MANUrWOTl'KKD, niul corn creatine nml
otlicr alulierantu n& welt as jicl.U, for tbe
prutmulioii of liecr, aru unknown In our us
tabllohiiicnt. With llio above jos may go
before, the public lu our name."
Notenconiium of onro can add to
the high roputation of Ankensor
Beor. Its introduction in any
and overy markot makes it an
immediate favorite. It stands
without a peer, without a rival,
without oven h competitor. It
received tho highest awards at the
Columbian Exposition. The re
duction of tho draught Beer to
tho prevailing prico of
12 Cents Per Glass, .
places it within tho reach of all,
and ho is -a wise man who gets
tho host .quality for tho least
has a big comer in
our hearts. Wo clothed
papa whou he was a kid;
' and tho practice of coming
hero with his dad helped to
make tho pages of history
that is ropeating itself.
Tho littlo fellows liko us,
wo tend them homo clothed
as they should bo. Tho big
fellow likes ub, 'causo.
wo do it at so small
cost. Tho youngsters
ready for school
havo been in our minds
must bo in our clothes.
I "The Kasli,"
I. LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, 9 Hotel street
S3r Shirts Mado to Order.
Ilia undersigned hereby cautions tho
publio oguirjHt triutiuR any person in his
name and for his accouut, us he has mado
a Trust Doed to Joseph U. Carter, as Trns
toe, of all his property for tho Uboa and
purposes set forth in tuo said deed, which
is of record in tho JteuUtry Otllce In this
city. J A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, Ootober 10, 1800. 420-lw
Is the source of good health.
Makas Puro Blood,
Strengthens Ua forves,
Romovos that Tired Fooling,
and Makes Life Worth Living.
any other ail
Cci'J Medals at the World's Great Exposition.
5y llownro of tllirnp Imltntlons. Tho
li.uin' .Vyor's 84r8iipnrlllii i pronil
ni'iit on .ilio wrupiwr, mid U blown lu
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
SoloAgccte foriho Ropublio. of. Hawaii
Uight and Serviceable.
Oastle & Cooke
FOR SALE !
1 Double Seated Fami
1 Large Blaok Horse,
sound and gentle, good road
ster and fit for a lady to drive.
W. C. PEACOCK.
i B r"lpgiSr:' h
ONE VESSi FOR JAPAN
tiii; union iitov wimics to i:r
ANorar.it coNrnAor. !
To IClilltl ri'lrt.ClnN Criltkcr Alter
UinMirCel ofllic OI ihiiIa for
'Accordiuc to a recent United
Press dispalch published in the
San Lrancisco Call tho Japanese
Governioont will awart! n contract
to tho Uijion Iron Works of Uic.t
city for one of their now cruisers.
Tho dispatch is as follows:
AVabuinqton, D. 0., SepfcAl.
Tho Union Iron "Wosks will .got
auothor big Bhip-building con
tract. It is practically sottlod that
tho Scotts will secure tho contract
for oncof tho new Japanese orui
sers. 'Tho two Japan eso naval
constructors who huvo been in
Washington for some time past to
examine plans and specifications
for tho-two now ships which tho
building have, it is understood,
approved tho proposals submitted
by tho Union Iron Works and tho
Cramps of Philadelphia, and in
their report to tho homo Govern
ment recommend the constiuctiou
of tho two ships in this country.
Tho plans submitted by tho Paci
fic Coa3t firm wero muoh'moro per
fect and in greater detail than those
offered by Messrs. Cramps, and tho
Japaneao representatives now in
tho city have mado tho acceptance
of tho bid of tho latter firm con
tingent'Upon thoir willingness to
build tho vessel upon tho .plans
submitted by tho .Union Iron
Works in caso tho contract is
awarded them for one of the now
ships, 'fflho Crampo Jire .rruito
willing to do this, as tlrey aro anx
ious to get the contract for build
ing one of the vessels. Tho form
al award .of tho contrect will not
bo mado until tho Japanese INavTil
Oliice has ,pussed upon tho report
of tho Japanese naval constructors
who wore sent to this country to
oxamino plans and securo bids.
There is little doubt at the Japa
nese legation, however, that their
.recommendation will be adopted
by tho homo government.
Tho cruisers will bo of about
.G000 tons displacement, and will
havo a speed of about 22 knots.
They will be a little smaller than
tho Olyrapia, built by the Union
Iron Works, but will bo somewhat
on tho lines of that ship.
Nc 0cri IIoiino Opeiilnir.
At 10 o'clock tomorrow tho box
plan for tho opening season of the
restored Hawaiian Opera House
will open at Wall, Nichols Co.'s
store. On that occasion tickets
can bo had for any or all of tho
three performances by local talent
which aro to be given tho first
week. Vordi's grand opera "11
Trovatore," under the direction of
Miss Annis Montague, Hawaii's
prima donna, will bo given Tues
day evening, November 3. Tho
following Thursday evening tho
comedy "Jauo" will bo presented
under tho direction of Win. II.
Lowers, tho curtain to rise on tho
one act play, "My Uncle's Will,"
by Mrs. O. D. Wilson and com-,
pany. And on Saturday ovoning
a grand concert will bo given by
tho best amateur talent of tho city.
linn. I. Yt. I'iiii'm I'iiiiitiiI .
Tho funeral of tho lato Noblo
Pun yosterday afternoon was at
tended by almost all his intimato
friends and relatives. Pall bearers
wero as follows: It. W. AVilcox,
Thomas Lucas, J. W. Bibikauo, C.
B. lIaile, J. K. Kaunamano, J. F.
Bowler, J.'Kahuakai, John Lili
koi and Pulau, the first fivo
named haviug sat in tho Legisla
ture with tho departed ono. The
caskot was wrapped in tho Hawai
ian flag. Interment was in the
Catholic cemetery, E. A. Williams
being tho undortakor. The widow
and family dosiro tho Bulletin to
convoy their siucoro thanks to tho
many kind friends who tendered
them sympathy and assistance on
the end occasion.
ALLEGED LEPROSY CURE
irs itt.scnvflnY ati:s tu.uk. nottr.
riifts ;i-vi:m y tkaiis.
vjoiV!y Mnliluz It Way In 01inu-e
l'lncrx'tlir rrcitinciil nt Lnst
In 18'Jii, Bishop (vauthior, Vicar
Apostolic of Tonk.ii) Meridional,
sent to tho seminary of tho "Mis
sions Etrangorus do PnnV a
a little ljnsk containing a yellow
powder with this label: "Powder
from tho bark of 'the Hoang Nan,
a remedy agaiuet leprosy." It
was accompanied with a fow linos
doscribingits uuo, and relating
two or threo cures wrought by its
uso. Tho powdor was immediate
ly sent to a distinguished chemist,
who analyzed it and determined
its chief constituents and proper
ties. In 1829, the Itev. Father E. C.
Lesserteur published a littlo
pamphlet to call tho attention of
tho public to tho now product,
but as it was a new remedy aud
of foreign origin, little notico was
taken of it. Strange to say, ono
of tho objections againBt it was
tho wide range of efficiency claim
ed for it, and especially in con
nectiou with such obstinnto
diseases as leprosy, cancer,
eczema, Ac. Today, however, its
success in such cases has been de
monstrated beyond all expecta
tion. For nearly twenty years tho
Bev. Father E. 0. Lesserteur
watched the progress of tho now
discovery as it made its way slow
ly but steadily- And recently in
a second edition of his work he
has embodied detailsof tho results
obtained in numerous successful
experiments made by eminent
doctors. His aim is to promoto
tho further study of the most val
uable proport;es of tho Hoang
Nun in connection with leprosy,
rago, aud snakt's bite.
Ono of the mos striking in
stances of tho efficiency of tho
now remedy is tho caso of tho
Bev. Father Etienne, of Trinidad.
Ho entered the lepers' hospital of
that colony in 18C8, and remained
thoro away from tho world for
twenty-five years. Aftor eight
years of this heroic life, ho began
to feel tho first symptoraB of tho
terrible disease; purulent erup
tions burst out in different parts of
his body, his hands and feet swell
ed, and it was only too ovidont that
hehadbecomcalopor. After Buffer
ing for some yoars ho hoard of
tho new discovery made known by
tho "Missions Etrangores."
Through them ho obtained a cer
tain quantity of Hoaug-Nan and
began to uso it. Ho experienced
immediato reliof. Ho rocovorod
the uso of his limbs and finally
stopped tho progress of tho disease.
Ho aifirms in his roport that it is
"tho only remedy" ho ever used.
He applied it also to tho peoplo
around him with wonderful suc
cess. Tho results of his experi
ments aro givon in tho book of tho
Bov. Father E 0. Lossertour.
Tho testimonies of missionaries
and doctors in difforont partB of
tho world agree with iho estimate
drawn by tho Bov. Father Etien
ne, aud seem to point to tho con
clusion that amonsgt all the treat
ments tried against leprosy up to
this day, not ono has given such
satisfactory results. Thia seems
to bo desorving of careful con
sideration in viow of tho largo
number of lepers found in tho
British colonies. It is a matter,
therefore, to occupy tho attontiou
of tho authorities undor whoso
caro the various leper asylums
Tho plant from whioh tho
Hoang-Nan is obtained grows on
soino of tho mountains which sep
arate Annam from Laos, and only
within a limited zone. Al. Piorro,
director of tho Botanical GardenB
of Saigon, easily traced it to tho
family of tho Logauitc, and called
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THE HOSPITAL TRUSTEES
I'ltoor.r.DiMiN at rin:inii! tinr.it-
I.Y .TIEKTINO llll.S .IIOIININO.
lteiorl-or Trrn-iiiror, I'liYilclmi" mill '
VIUlll!i fn m in litre AMrveil
Widening nf .Ulllrr Ntri'el.
Tho Board of Trustees of the
Queon's Hospital met this morn
ing in quarterly session, J. I.
Tho Treasurer's roport showed
a balanco of $2021.21 on hand.
TJio Visiting Committoo report
ed favorably on the condition of
affairs at tho hospital.
Tho prbposcd widening of Mil
ler street was discussed, tho pro
position boing to widen tho street
twenty foot, of which ten foet will
coirio off tho hospital property.
Tho proposition was approved and
tho Exeoutivo committoo wore
given power to act.
Messrs. J. I.Dowsott, C. P. Iau
koa and Henry Watorbouso wero
appointed a Visiting Committeo
for tho onsuing quarter.
Following is tho physicians'
report in full :
to the tbu8tlt.k of the queen's
Gentlemen: Wo havo tho honor
to submit tho following report for
tho quarter ending Sept. JiO, 181)0.
Tho number of patients at present
in tho hospital is 7-1; viz: 39 Ha
waiians (31 males, 8 females), 1
Chinese, 12 Japaueo and 22 of
other nationalities: 31 p,iyini.
Thu number of admissions dur
ing tho quaitcrwiiB IGO; viz: 70
Hawaiians (fiO males, 1-1 females),
11 Chinese, 35 Japancso and 50 of
Discharged 142; viz: 03 Hawai
ianp (49 males, 14 females), 9
Chineso, 29 Japanoso and 41 of
Deaths 18; viz: 0 Hawaiians (3
males, 3 fomales), 4 Japanese aud
8 of other nationalities.
Tho causes of death wore as fol
lows: Bronchitis 1, Burns 1, Can
corl, Gangrene 1, Gunshot wound
of brain 1, Haemiplegia 1, Menin
gitis 1, Phthisis 3, Sarcoma of
neck 1, Septicaemia 1, Typhoid fov
or 2, Uraomio poieoning 1, Val
vular heart disease 3.
Of the abovo 4 died within 24
hours and 5 within 3 days of ad
mission. Tho highest numbor of indoor
pationts was 74, lowest 54, daily
avorago 03. Numbor of prescrip
Thoro havo boon 0 major and 17
minor oporatious and 3 post
Tho total numbor of patients
treated in the hospital has been
335; viz: July 123, August 117,
0. B. Wood,
Ciias. B. Cooi'EB,
Minister H. E. Coopor haB re
ceived the appointment of District
Grand Mastor Depulo for tho Ha
waiian Islands of tho Freo nnd
Accepted Order of MasonB who
aro working under tho Scottish
Bite, and has been duly installed
as such. A prominent Mason in
forms tho Bulletin that tho posi
tion is ono of high honor, us it
gives its holder the right to insti
tute now lodges and evon to or
ganize a Grand Lodge in tho
Islands. Tho appointmont caino
to Mr. Coopor from tho Grand
Lodgo of Queensland, undor which
jurisdiction Pacific Lodgo has
heretoforo boon acting.
Tho demand for Universal
Stoves and llangos is daily in
creasing. Tho second invoice has
nearly all been disposed of and a
third is on tho way. Thn superior
quality of tho castings of this fao
tory and tho lino finish of thoir
goods has given them tho roputa
tion thoy enjoy in tho United
StatoB. Thoy aro sold by tho
Pacific Hardware Co.
I. A. THURSTON'S VIEWS
Tin: mci.skity or tibk uaikimji
uori:i. is jiu:at.
Till! l Nut i A'riilillililiin OuiimtinM.r
Ilplcvi' n l.lci-il.r ulluiilil bo
Or.ntffl Mllh IlntrlrOnn.
A roprppontativo of tlm Bulle
tin yesterday requested Mr. L. A.
Thornton to give his views con
cerning the proposed hotel at
Waikiki and tho propriety of 'ia-'
suing a liquor liconso thereto.
Mr. Thurston said: "T do not,
think that tho necessity for a ho ,
tel at Waikiki can bo too strongly
stated. Tho change from tho city
to tho beach is ono which largo
numbers of citizens, irrespective'
of tourists, desiro to mako during i
some tirao almost ovory year, lul
tho chronic difficulty is to scuro
accommodation thero of any kind.
I think that tho cbtablislimouGif
a hotel thero would be of great
convenience and comfort to the
peoplo of Honolulu, nnd that it
would also tond to cause tonriti
travel hero, as tho insufiioitiiit and
inadequate hotel accommodation
at prosont nvailablo in Honolulu
is ono of tho most sorioitb drair
backs to tourist travel. T huvo
known personally of numoroiiH
instances of tourists coming hero
intending to sp nd several mouths
who havo gone away after a fow
weeks, simply bocanso thoy were
dissatisfied with tho presonl in
adequate hotel accommodation. A
hotel at Waikiki would present
many attractions which aro lack
ing in those in town; for instance,
tho boating, sea bathing and tho
dry air which uro not availablo in
"As to granting a license to soty
liquor nt tho hotel, I, dq not know
of a first class hotel anywhoro
which does not havo tho right tq
soil liquor to its guoste, with tho
oxcoption of soino hotols which'
aro run undor tho control of pri
vate religiouB or somi-roligious
organizations, such for instance,
as Pacific Grovo in California,
noar Monterey, and other similar
localities in tho Eastern States,
but these aro not catorern to tho
"There certainly ib uothingof
foiiBivo to tho gupsts of tho Ha
waiian Hotel in Honolulu or tho
Occidental Hotel in San Fran
cisco, wjioro nearly all tho Ha
waiian visitors to San Francisco
stop, by reason of tho fact of their
having tho right to furnish liquor
to such of thoir guests as chooso
to uso the same.
" As I understand it, tho objec
tion to tho isHuanco of tho liconso
in this instance comes from thoso
who aro opposed to all Hcpiihpb ou
principle, or, in othor wonIr, it is
in tho nature of prohibition. This
is not a prohibition community.
This has been recognized by all
who arc opposed to tho uso of
liquor, evon tho W. 0. Jl V. and
other tempomnca organizations
havo abandoned nil attempt at pro
hibitory legislation. I do not seo
any nrguniont ngainst .preventing
tho salo of liquor at tho Waikiki
Hotol that will not equally apply
to ovory saloon in town. It might
or might not bo a good policy to
tako away all licenses. Tho nd
visability of bucIi course is not
now up for discussion. Certainly
n saloon nt Waikiki will oll very
much less liquor than ono on a
prominent stroot corner in tho
"My personal opinio n is that
tho most dangerous feat uro about
all liquor licenses is tho publio
bar whioh fosters the habit o
treating. I think that the Govern
ment may well insert n condition
in tho liconso that tho liquor soldi
under tho liconso to bo issued
should bo confined to bonafido
guestB of tho hotel and that thero
Bhould not be a bar. If this wero
dono it would, it scorns to me,
meqt tho objections which aro
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