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EVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 2, UW7.
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Kegulations of tho Board of Health in
Regard to Tuberculosis in
Section 1. Tho tircsoneo of tub
erculosis iu miy animal, the llosb
of which is likoly to bo used as
food or from which milk is obtain
ed for iiso or r de, is hereby do
clnrcd to be a eatuo of sickness
and a nioiiace to public health and
Section 2. All persons who
shall have iu their possession any
neat slock shall, when requested
so to do by an Inspector of tho
Booid of Health, pornnt such ani
mal to bo examined for the pur
pose of dotormiuiug whother or not
it is alTocted with tuberculosis,
and allow all necrssary experi
ments or operations to bo madoor
performed for such purpose
Section tt. A suitable number
of Inspectors of tho Hoard of
Health, for tho purpose of exam
ining all neat stock suspected of
beiug infected with tuberculosis,
may be appointed by the Presi
dent of tho Hoard when so author
ized by the Hoard.
Section 4. It shall be tho duty of
such Inspectors to examine all
stock suspected of being infected
with tuberculosis; and to mako
such experiments or perform such
operations as may be necessary to
determine whether or not tho ani
mal is ho infected.
Section fi. All animals which
shall show symptoms of tuber
culosis shall bo condemned by
such Inspector and destroyed;
and no pait of tho carcass of Mich
animal shall bo used for food or
disposed of in any other man
ner likely to endangor public
Section (i. In auy case of doubt
the Inspector shall forbid tho
further use or sale of tho milk of
said animal, and shall cnuso it to
bo kept separate fiom other non
infected animals; and beforu con
demning such animal, shall sum
mon for consultation with him
ono or more of his fellow Inspec
tors, and thoir decision in the enso
shall be final.
Section 7. Tho soveral Inspec
tors of animals shall keepn record
of all animals inspected by thum,
and their decision regarding tho
same, and shall make weekly re
ports of their doings to the
Hoard of Ilealth.
Section 8. Said Inspectors of
animals shall recoivo such pay as
shall bo voted by the Hoard of
Section !). These regulations
shall take effect from and aftor the
loth doy of April, A. D. 1S.)7.
HJiXltY E. COOPER,
President of tho Hoard of Ilealth.
. Attest: Ciiutr.rs Wiuox,
Honolulu, March !J1, liS'.l?.
"Will be received at tho Otlice of
tho Miuislor of the Interior till 12 !
o'clock noon of WEDNESDAY,
Apiil 21, 1897, for the construc
tion of tho road over Nuuanu
Plans and Specifications at tho
Office of tho Superintendent of
Tho Minister of tho lutorior
does nbt bind himself to accept
tho lowest or any bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tLi Inhrnr
Interior Oitieo, April 1, 1S'.)7.
Will bo recoived at the Ollico
of tho Attornoy-Oonoral for pub
lishing and binding tho English
and Hawaiian Versions of tho
Compiled Laws and also tho
English and Hawaiian Versions
of tho Poual Laws.
Tenders will bo received up to
12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, tho
filh of April. Specifications of
work and copy may bo seen at the
Tho Attorney -General does not
bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPEH,
Atlornoy-Genoral ad interim.
MuichUO, 18U7. f71-:it
John E. Bush took passage this
morning on tho Mauna Loa, ho
having been engaged by Judge
Hitchcook to bo his English
Hawaiian interpreter at tho April
term of (ho Third Circuit Court
to bo holdon at Kailua, Kona, on
uuxt Wednesday morning.
51?? Everjir Bulletir?,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
( F1UDAY, APRIL 2, 1897.
Disagreement of its representa
tives has always been tho bauo
of tho Emerald Isle. A fow
mouths ago it was discovered that
Irolaud had been paying very
much moro than its sharo of Im
perial taxaliou. Groat mass meet
ings woro held iu tho
chiof cities . of tho island, also
in English cities having large
Irish populations, at which
Unionist statesmen joined thoir
voices with thoso of Homo Rul
ers in denouncing the injustice
and demanding redress. It
seemed probable for some
time that the Irish ropro
soutativos of all parlies would
unite in pressing upon the Imper
ial Government in Parliament
some measures of compensation
for tho pust and fair dealing for
the future It turns out, howovor,
according to late dispatches, that
"the Irish membors of tho Houso
of Commons havo boon unable to
agreo as to their attitude with
referouce to tho financial lelatious
between Great Britain and he
laud." Also, tint "any united at
tempt to obtain altered conditions of
taxation in lielnnd his been
abandoned by the Irish members
of the House of Commons." It
should he expected now. how eve i,
that n jutt Impciinl adniinistia
tiou would formulate an equitable
measure for giving sonio sort of
justico to Ireland iu the matter of
taxation, and not leave tho people
of the island certainly oppressed
iu this matter victims of fuction
nl incompatibility of temper on
the part of thoir lepreseutatives.
Through thocouitesy of John
F. Colburn, tho report of Captain
Moser to the United States Fish
Commissioner, on the ancient oys
ter beds of Pearl Harbor and Mr.
Col burn's preijent experiment of
oyster culture there, is presented
to tho readers of the Bulletin.
It must bo said to be quite en
couraging to tho pi expects of
domestic oyster pioductiou as a
profitable now industry and source
of food supply. This official
report, which en n not bo held
otherwise than valuable, is
a good example of the
return that is sometimes
wotthily made for tho exerciso of
the world-famed Hawaiian hospi
tality. Mr. Colburn is ontitled to
so much additional credit for his
enterpriso, from having brought
it so pleasantly to tho attention of
tho gontlomen of the United
States Fish Commission. If
that mau is a benefactor
to his race who makos two blades
of grass grow where but ono grew
before, suroly ho must ulso be ono
who makes tho wators over which
ho has dominion yield an increaso
esteemed good for
Samoa would seem to" bo pro
gressing tho wrong way, if tho
finances of tho group form a
critorion. Tho customs revenue
shows a decline from $110,109 iu
189," to $21,231 iu 1890, a railing off
of 38,935, or moro than a quarter.
Tho import duties decreased from
$21,311 to $1(1,992, whilst thoro
was an incroase of only SIK52 on
the export duties. Tho largest
falling off was in tho duty on
spirits, which declined by $2300,
while that on beer dropped away
about $500. As tho Apia munici
pality is united with the general
government iu fiuaucial matters,
notwithstanding a poll tax of
$4000 "squeezed out of tho natives"
as tho Hornld Buys, the local ex
penditures had to bo out dowu by
somo six thousand dollars, "mani
festly to tho dotrimont of tho
citizens, who aro urgoutly in need
of bolter roads and muuy other np-
pliances of civilization. Those who
are heard sometimes hinting at
nn international protectorato for
Hawaii under a restoration of tho
monarchy, as n measure of recon
ciling the disaffected natives and
producing a heavonly spirit of
harmony among all tho mixed
nationalities bore domiciled,ought
to look at Samoa under its triplo
Apparently tho promoters of
tho British cablo still have an oyo
to making more commodious con
nection with Honolulu than
would bo afforded by a
branch from Panning Island.
Porhaps that depends on tho way
Congress will tieat tho different
American cable schemeh. At all
events, the visit of II. H. M. S.
Wild Swan to thoso waters seems
to havo some cable significance,
and it iR anuouiicd thet II. H.
M. S. Penguin will fitait from
Sydney this month for a cablo
survey to Honolulu. Now will
the statesmen of the United States
"take a tumblo" to themselves
and, ending the squabble between
rival charterniongei's, formulate
an American cablo schemo that
will bo speedily effective?
i i. .it n-i.iiN.x.v.x.
A)iinltMl ill, .!! a I lllllur nl lli.Cov
I'riiiu.'iil nl Iiiiiii.
Dr. McLeun.iu and family ar
rived safely in Tonga after a plea
fiiut journey back from Honolulu.
They stayed three days at Apia,
Samoa, where tho heat was ex
treme, but thoir 3tay was uindo
otherwise agroeablo by tho kind
ness of Mrs. Itobort Louis
Stevonson and family. Upon
his arrival tho doctor was appoint
ed medical officer of the Govern
ment of Tonga, by tho following
royal proclamation in the Tonga
Government Gazette of March 12:
Iu tho name of Hib Majesty
Goorgo Tubou II., King of Tonga.
Iu accordance with tho general
powers vested in me by Chapter
XV. of tho Ton Ban Code of Laws,
Clauses 377 to 410, and theSched
ules thereto intituled,
Ho it known that I hereby op
point Donald McLennan, M.D.,
The Medical Officer to theTongan
Government to be Chief Health
and Quarantine Offieor for tho
Kingdom of Tonga, and to exor
cise all tho powers itud perform
all tho duties incumbent on tho
said Ollico for the Port of Nukua
lofa, as set forth in the "Public
Health" act cited above, and to is
suo instructions for the due car
rying out of tho provisions of the
ict to such deputy Health Officers
as may bo appointed to act In
other Ports of tlio Kingdom.
Given under my hand at Nukua
lofa this twelfth day of March,
1897. Josatuki Toga V.,
A good salary is attached to tho
office, and Dr. McLeunun is to be
Til" Hurra Limiting to Ciipn Ruriiliem
lor llrlp In Meed.
A Sydney paper of March 15
Iihi the following summary ot
South African news:
It is not intended, says Presi
dent Kruger, to work against tho
Queen's rights iu South Africa,
aud ho is awaro that tho Transvaal
nuiHt abide by tho Convention.
Tho Capo 'rimes utatori that the
Transvaal authorilies aro making
determined efi'ojts to ropublicauiao
the Cape L'aihament.
Tho Transvaal authorities, says
the Capo Times, aro inducing tho
burghers to pledge themselves to
assist tho Transvaal iu tho ovout
of its boiug attacked by a Europ
At tho sitting of tho Trausvaal
Paid Select Committee on Satur
day, a violent scono occurred
through Mr. Labouchero accusing
Sir Graham Bower of having told
With a largo lot of goods just
recoived by tho Australia aud
Amy Tumor, tho Paoiiio Hurd
waro Co. havo another invoico of
tho favorite Univnrsal Stoves and
lbinges. Somo sizes woro sold as
soon us set up, but another sup
ply has been ordered.
March 29, 1807.
It is an old saying that clean
liness is next to godliness and
we believe it to be a true one.
So many people in Honolulu
use our stoves and kitchen
utensils that they have got in
the habit of sending to us for
all sorts of things for kitchen
and general use.
Soap is one of these things.
It is not exactly in the line of
hardware but it certainly can
be classed as merchandise.
Anyhow we have a lot of it on
hand and we propose to sell it
and sell it quick. The line of
soaps we handle is that made
by Colgate & Co. of New
York, and we need not say
there is none better in the
We ofler Colgate's Cash
mere Bouquet and Jockey
Club Soap at tf cents per cake,
the genuine aiticle and full
size; Glycerine, Rosador and
Honey at 20 cents the cake,
and Rico and Castile at 10
For a shaving soap there is
none equal to Colgate's De
mulcent. We sell it at 10 cents
the cake, it is worth 50.
In medicated soaps we olTer
the well-known Cuticura at
20 cents a cake, and the
Abdicated Tar Soap at 1 5 cents.
This latter article is excellent
for bathing and shampooing
Eurposes. Try it and you will
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET.
Each day adds a number of
members to our popular
Club one and two drew last
Suturday. Club three is rapid
ly filling up. Tho samo en
thusiasm ns of old exists, all
classes aro nnxious to join, bo
cuuso it is a clear saving of
You Throw Away
Besides another vital point
adds to the popularity, aud that
is that wo do not mako it
obligatory to take a watoh, but
allow you to select any one or
moro articles in the store, no
matter in what lino. Could
anything bo fairor to you?
Wo want to say right hero,
that wo will baok up any and
overy article selected in our
club with tho samo full aud
complete guarantee which goes
with overy piece of goods sold
in tho store. You tako uo risk
whatever, Wo tako it all.
On iiml aftor April 1st, Drs. Cooper
& Raymond will occupy tho oIIIchs of
Dr. McOrew on Hotel Mreet. Ollico
Iiouih from 8:3d toll) u m , 1 0 to a
unit 7 to 8 1. iu, Telephoue No, 161.
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
.Korfc and King Streots.
Tjilehionk 228. P. O. Box 322
OUTt Si2OIA.LTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
& We keep in stock and sell no goods except
OUE OWN MANUFACTURE.
SCHMIDT k SONS
iirniniri'd for R13MNANTS and
OTHKH GOODd which will be.
sold at very low rates or given
New Goods by
Staples at Bedrock Prices.
Von Holt Blook, King Street.
Notice is herchy given that tho fol
lowing estrays tmve been impounded
iu the Gove rnment Pound t JVInkikf,
1 Cream Colored Mans branded In
Chlnee character 011 rlj;hi hind hip,
rl;lit hiudfeet white, email white spot
on the hoof of the lei t forefoot, rlidit
forefoot white aud left hlndfont black.
1 Sorrel Mare, branded In Cliineso
character on right hind hip, "cm" on
left hind hip, "cv" on left shoulder,
"HY" on loft side of the neck, whlto
spot 011 the forehead, white npotn on
the buck, two white spots on rljdit
side and has a sore bick.
1 Black Horse, branded "KI" on
left bind hip, white strip on tho fore
head, white spot under the chin, whlto
spots on the back, upper part of the
tail white, under the bully white, loft
forefoot white aud both bind feet
Aud if such estrays are not claimed
and all pound charges fratisflod on or
befoto SATURDAY, April 10, 1807. at
12 o'clock uoou, they will be sold on
that date and hour to the highest
binder. K. KF.KTTENE,
Honolulu, March il, 1S97. &73-,"t
All thoso who bnvo .subscribed to the
applicatiou for a cbuiter for an I. O. It. M.
Tnbo hi Honolulu nro iuvitod to attend n
UuEiues'i lieeticR on Friday, April 2, 1897,
at 7:30 r. M.,iu liuniiouylhill, Fort stroot.
A full nttendnnco is desired ns important
l)UsineH8 will Ixi transacted. Per older,
J. V. EGKAltDT,
673 2t Aetin Secietary.
Notice of Removal.
On uud after April lut, O. V. E.
Dove, .Surveyor uini Civil EiiKiueei,
will occupy IiIh New Ollico In tho
Campbell Block, up-dull a, lieXt to the
office of the Btsliop Estate. 673-1 w
Ono Fine Family Canr.ifjo Horse war
Hinted to bo a eoulla animal. Apuly to
W. W. WlUnilT,
573- Iw Fort street.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Office: 203 Merchuut street, Campbell
Black rear of J. O. OatttiT' office. I. O,
J. J. COUGIILIN.
Once a Year
Once a 'Year
Once a Year
DST" AT THE
Nuuanu and King Streets.
aro clothes cranks,
in that they feel
no clothes are good
clothes save tailors' clothes.
mako good clothos,
but chnrgo too .
much for tho goodness.
Goodness is an incident.
lack the incident,
even whon the tailor
chorgos for it. Samo
cloth, samo mako,
with incident, for half
tailor's prico our way.
9 Hotel street jj Wayerley Block
We Make Shirts to Order.
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