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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 25. 181)7.
.5I?? Euepi Bulletin
'DANIEL LOGAN, Editor
THURSDAY, MAltCH 25,1897.
An important question niToctiug
the stntUH ot Govurnmout physi
cians Laving tho medical ciuo of
plnutatiou laborers 6taud8 to bo
Bottled iu tliosuit of Dr. Raymond
n2ai,U8t tho Taia l'luutation Com
pany. The plaintiff is physician
to the Maluluni hospital, n public
institution, nt Wnilului, as well as
Government physician for the dis
trict, that includes tho eslnto of the
defendant corporation. A Japan
ese laborer injured while employ
ed on the plantation was sent to
the hospital, whoro an operation
was found necessary to
pave his lifo. Dr. Raymond took
it that this was an extraordinary
service, which should not be in
cluded in tho duties for which ho
is paid by tho Government aud
tho corporation. Ho thoroforo
rendered an account for S250 to
tho corporation, tho chargo in
cluding tho feo for tho operation.
Tho corporation by its manager
refused to pay the bill, and the
physician now brings suit for tho
Slay tinn of tho First Circuit
Ci'int to compel payment. It is
an important question as stated
which -is involved, and . it
does not como up for tho
first timo iu this lawsuit. Tho
Boaul of liealth has been worried
over this aud cognate cases. Also
tho trustees of tho Queen's Hospi
tal in Honolulu havo lately taken
action ou tho question of opera
tions, stopping tho practise of
having them performed in tho in
stitution as a regular thing
npou patients without other com
pensation than tho per diom fees
for accommodation and treatmont.
In tho ense of Government physi
cians iu tho country distriots,
whether attached to hospitals or
not, it is to bo hoped that the suit of
Dr. Raymond will bo a test case,
so that tho 6tatus of tho physicians
in all similar instances may bo
established oneo for all. Govern
ment ph.vsiciaus are uot restricted
from private practiso in their dis
tricts, oxcepliug by the exactions
upon their time of their attendance
on indigent llawaiiaus and tho
employees of corporations that
pay a certain share of their fixed
compensation. This exception
would be a .orious embargo to
thoir private practiso only when
. epidemics or au unusual amount
of sickness prevailed. As tho
woll-to-do residents of some dis
tricts aro fow and far between,
besides boing an a rule probably
healthier than thoso of countries
less favored in climate, tho private
practiso of tho physicians is besot
with much physical hardship be
sides being not at all lucrative.
To obtain eiliciout medical talont,
thorofore, for such districts tho
matter of compensation to tho
practitioners is all important. To
tho lowly subjects of sickness and
accident, on the other hand, the
question is equally important.
AVhatovor tho issue of the con
troversy in tho courts may bo, tho
i public will have ono stipulation
to insist ou. Tho chances of re
covery or of the proper mending
of fractures or contusions for
poor people overtaken by illness
or accident must not bo sacrificed
to professional claims on the ono
band, nor, on tho other hand, to
motives of economy on tho pait
of either tho Govornmont or of
employiug corporations obligated
to provide medical and surgical
attoudanoo for thoir laborers.
With u largo lot of goods jnst
received by the Australia and
Amy Tumor, tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. have another invoico of
tho favorite Univorsal Stoves and
Hanges. Soma bizcs woro sold as
soon as set up, but another, sup
ply has'beon ordored.
I HAPPILY 40INKII Tltli:illi:i(.
Continued from lut 'djr.
Soon after It) o'clock Dr. and
Mrs. Coopor left for tho train, to
spend tho first fow days of thoir
honeymoon at Dr. McG row's
Pearl Harbor retreat. Mr. Dil
lingham had tondored them tho
uso of a special train as a wedding
gift. Tho happily mated couple
will leavo for tho American tour
in tho steamor Mouowai on tho
1st of April. They will bo attend
ed by the best wishes of au uu
UBUally oxteusivo circle of friends
on this, as upon tho great voyage
of life in which they havo taken a,
singlo boat. Tho bride- is
ono of tho most accomplished,
charming and beloved members
of Honolulu Bociotv. Having a
fine tulout, perfected undor
masters at homo and nbroad,
for music both vocal aud
instrumental, sho has lout
it cheerfully not only to divine
praises, but for the aid of ovory
beneficent object on bohalf of
which a call for rucIi assistance
has boou made. Tho bridegroom
is besides an ouviably popular
physician nn alhouud good follow
whom to know is to like. May
their married caroor bo long aud
always happy, istho Bulletin's
wish for tho central .figures in
yestoro'on's ovont most auspicious
as it was in pleasant accompani
ments. iooi m:v.s ruo.ti mv..
1 1 I'm vy t'lTlltlullnii isilns-t mi Kiiur
moiialy liirroittctl Yield.
Ewa stockholders aro rejoicing
over tho results so far obtained
from this season's crop. Tho big
mill is tumiug out all the way
from 100 to 140 tons' of sugar
each working day. Figures wore
handed round among a favored
fow in town today showing that
ono field of cane, containing 11)6
acres, has "yielded an avorago of
11 and 4-100ths tons of sugar to
tho acre. It is boliovod for tho
sizo of tho field that this avorago
has novor been equalled. It
shows what can ba douo by scien
tific and freo fertilization.
Two big whito horses drawing
a heavy dray ran away from tho
Pantheon stables this afternoon.
Fortunately thoy turned into
Hotel street and were stopped bo
fore doing any injury. Had thoy
gone down Fort streot someone
would have been hurt, as tho
street was full of carriages at tho
For n few minutes last evening
tho residents of Kapiolani park
thought they wero to bo visited by
AU (lini-ti wlin have ptih-nillipil to
tht) application for charier for mi I.
O. It M. Tribe in Honolulu aro luvlt
t'il to attend a buMnees nict'llnj.' on
Friday, Muicll 20, 1897, at 7:30 I'. SI. in
K. of l Hull, Fort street. A full at
tHiiilanre is denlml us Important busi
ness will lit tianeacteil Pr order,
J. F. EOKAKDT,
507 2 AutliiK Secretary.
A Special Meeting of the Stock
holders nf the People's Ice &, Ke'rlge
rating Co. will be held Saturday,
March 27, at 9 o'clock a. in., at the
office of the Hawaiian Safe Deposit
Co, on Fort utreet fi7-2t
Kimiehniiipha Lodge nf Perfection,
No. J, A & A. S. R., will hold a Rm
ular Meeting nt 7:80 o'clock THIS
(Thuisdny; EVENING, at Miwoulc
Temple. C. U CKABBE,
507 It Secretary.
Furnished Homo on Bere'unla
street, the resldfiiee of LouU Murks,
completely furnished throughout and
reidy for Immediate occupancy.
507 tf GEO. E HOAUDMAN.
Per "Martha Davis"
1 Large Surrey,
(For Family Use)
2 Top Road Wagons,
2 Frazer Road Carts.
KT" These Goods aro for Pale at
bedrook pr'cpH. On exhibition at the
March 22, 1S97.
We have recently imported
a few little novelties for the
household which we are sure
will find ready appreciation
among Honolulu people.
A Cigar Rest and Ash Tray
is something new. It can be
fastened to any table and is
just the thing to use during a
sociable game of cards. It is
as easy to adjust as a letter
clip, contains a receptacle for
the lighted cigar and another
for the ashes. It takes up little
or no space, doesn't tip your
hand to the other fellow or
make anv side remark's about
(your baa playing, but by its
convenience leads to that reel
ing of satisfaction and content
ment without which no man
can properly play the great
American game of whist.
People have often wondered
why barkeepers always mix
cocktails to order .instead of
making up a lot and keeping
them on hand. The reason is
that they never taste as well
after standing. The same rea
soning applies to lemonade, the
delicate aroma of the lemon
and the other stuff you tlavor
the lemon with disappears on
standing. We have Lemonade
Shakers in sizes to suit from
one to six persons, so that you
can make just the requisite
amount. They are in silver or
nickel as preferred.
Gem Ice Shavers will be
found both economical and
labor saving in mixing cold
Have you a dog? If so you
had better get him a collar and
a license tag. We hav the
collars in allsizes, shapes and
styles and the tax man will do
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Yielding to a universal do
main!, I havo again inaugurated
a series of my
Most of you aro acquainted
with tho mode of procedure, hut
to thoso who aro not, wo would
explain, that it is a plan devised,
whoroby yon got a Fine Solid
Gold "Watchjof recognized valuo,
by paying a weekly sum of
It is of espocial value to thoso
who could not afford tho ontiro
amouut in ono payment, and
appeals to thoso who do not
caro for the Dollar it costs them
It took less than ono wook to
fill ono qlub complete, and ono
hall of a second club. This alone
is sufficient guarauteo of its
popularity, aud of tho confidonco
placed upon tho reliability of
thoso in charge. Club uumber
ono draws today.
Club number two will bo full
before the next week is out.
Each day adds from ono to two
dozen uames to tho list.
Will you bo ono to join this
Tho plated spoons and forks
made by the Holmes & Ed-
wnrris Silver Company crtntiot
uo uisuiigmsnuu iroiu sonu sil
ver, except in weight. The
patterns aro identical with tho
solid goods, and tho bowls and
handles are reinforced with
storling silver, so that thoso
parts of the spoons which como
in contact with tho table are
well protected and will lust, as
long as solid wnro. Every piece
sold by us is" guaranteed by
tho manufacturers,' by this cer
tificate: "Wc guarantee these goods in or.
dinary family service to wear Twenty
five Years, and in hotels from Ten to
Fifteen Years. We alio agree to ac
cept as half payment, such goods as
show wear during next five years
after the term of guarantee, if other
wise in good order."
In buying these inlaid goods
you practically have tho use of
them for thirty years at half
what you originally pay for
them. No other manufacturcra
give such a guarantee; no other
manufacturer can afford to.
Wo believe we have tho lar
gest stock of cutlery in Hono
lulu, and it is from the best
English and American manu
facturers thoy make good
knives in the United States
and our prices are low. Tho
best makers are usim grained !
celluloid as a substitute for
ivory handles and thp effect is
very pretty. Bono handles turn
yellow, tho celluloid' imita
tions do not. The price is in
favor of bono handles, if cheap
ness is the object.
Medium knives, bono han
dles, $4.75 a dozen, with cellu
loid $G. Dessert, ivory handles
$5.75; bono, $4.25. .Roger's
English knives, bono handle,
$3.50. Dessert $3. Plated
knives $2.50 and $2.75. Large
assortment of carvers from $1
to $27 per sot.
Von Holt Block.
THUUSDAY, APRIL 1st,
And tho following days, I will display n
' new lot of
tacli - l'atta - Uiife,
BONNETS I '
And Novelties. Also
A UNIQUE "DISM.AY OF COLORS"
Will be tho feature of
MY -:- OPENING -:- DAY!
An Inspection solicited,
Hespectfnlly, """"" "
MRS. M. HANNA.
3 td Fojt street, Ilonolnln, H. I.
Attention, Company A.
AitMonv Company A N. G. n
Honolulu, March 25, 1807.
Evory Member of this Command la
lieroby ordored to report nt the Drill
SUnd THIS (Thursdny) EVENING,
Mnroh 25. nt 7:30 o'clock, for
Hawaiian Soda Works
nro prepared to furnish Private Fami
lies with a really Good, Pure Soda
In tho Now Bottles.
Belfast G-ingor Ale.
E&-Tclophone 012, at Runny South.
All accounts ot THREE montlia or
longer slundlng, will ba plneeil In (lie
liuuita of our attorney Jor collection
unlcHM Immediate stittleinent, made.
552-15t J. J. EQAN.
quired, for use. They may work one
day but fail the next. Such pow
ders are a vexation, and waste good
flour, eggs and butter.- ROYAL
works uniformly. The last spoon
ful in the can is as good as the first.
ROYAL BAKINO f-OWDER CO , NEW-VOtlK.
Brs. Maybe and Mustbc.
You choose the old doctor before the young one. Why?
Because you don't want to entrust your life lii Inexperienced
hands, true, the young: doctor may be experienced. But
the old doctor must be. You take no chances with Dr. Maybe,
when Dr. Mustbe is In reach. Same with medicines as with
medicine makers the long-tried remedy has your confidence.
You prefer experience to experiment when you arc concerned.
mi U5w rcai;uy may pc ffooa out let somebody else prove
Up It. The old remedy must be good Judged on Its record of
SC cures. Just one more reason for choosing AYER'S Sarsa-
Jp parllla in preference to any other. It has been the standard
g household sarsaparllla for half a century. Its record inspires
HI confidence t years of cures. If others may bo good,
N Aycr's Sarsararilla must be. You take no chances when you
m? take AYKU'S Sarsaparllla.
u ui jt. tui rnuuxs
Pacific Rebecca Lodge,
No. I, i, 0. 0. F,
'A Hard Times Party'
Friday Evening, March 26
At HAIIMONY HAUj.
Dancing. AdniiSSiOn 50C. .
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 Kiurj Street.
A Quiet, Homelike 1'lnco, whoro Trained
NuriiOH, lIusHne, ''Swedish Movement,"
Daths, Electricity and Pliyical Training
ruuy be obtaluca.
P. S. KELLOGG, M. D.,
Telephone C39. Superintendent.
NOTARY PUBLIC aui TYPEWRITER
Omens 203 Merohnut street, Campbell
Dlook rear ot J. O. Cartel' office. V. O.
Powder never cakes
spoils, and if used
as directed always
will not hold
strength until re
yOUNG TENDER CORN
AT THE PAVILION.
Evory Night This Week.
Matlnoe: Wednesday nml Saturday.
i 25 and 50 Cents!
Itesorved Beats nt Wall, Nichols Company.
Notice of Tenders for
Sealod Tenders will be recolved at
the olUce of the uiulv rslynoj up to 12
o'clock noou, Tuesday. M.iroh SOtb, for
pupplylnfi the QueenS Ilodoltal with
reah Wlilto ami lirown Bread, for
SI1 yri'ro,lrl AI'' lt. 1807, toMuroh
Mat, 1808, In bUfib ilui.y uantlltc aa
nmy be ordered from lime to time by
the Superintendent. Tho Board of
Trustee iloet not bind Itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
QUO. W. SMITH,
Beuretary Queeu'a HurtpUal.
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