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KVENING BULLETIN, APRIL 9, 1897.
If BY AUTHORITY.
Kegulatious of tho Board of Health in
Regard to Tuberculosis in
31 Evened Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1897.
Section 1. Tho presonoo of tub
erculosis in ituy nniuinl, the IIbhIi
of which is likely to bo ubocI ns
food or fiom which milk is obtain
ed for ubo or mle, is hereby do
ctored to bo a eiiueo of sickness
and n nii'imce to public henlth nud
Section 2. All porsoiiH who
ahull lmvo in thoir possession uny
noat slock shall, wlun requested
so to do by an Inspector of the
Boaid of Health, permit mieli uni
ninl to be examined for the pur
pono of determining whether or not
it is affected with tuberculosis,
and allow all n&'pmmrv pxnnri.
ment or orations to hp madoor
performed for 8ueh purpose.
St'otiou 3. A hiiituble number
of Inspectors of the Doatd of
Henbh, for tho put pose of exam
ining nil neat stoek suspected of
boin' mfecti'd with tuberculosis,
may be appointed by the Presi
dent of tho Board whon go author
.izoil by tho Hoard.
Section -1. Itshull bo tho duty of
such Iuspectors to GXiuuiue all
stock suspected of being infected
with tuberculosis; and to mako
such experiments or peiform such
operations as may be necessary to
deteitmne whether or not the ani
lU'il is mi infected. j,
K elion fi. All animals which
shail sliow symptoms of tuber
culosis shall bo condemned by
such Inspector and der-trojcrl;
nnd no unit of tho carcass of nnrdi
minnd shall be used for fo.d or
disponed of in any other man
ner likely to endaner public
.Section (I. In any case of doubt
tho InsilCctor hIiiiII fnrhiil tlin
further uso or salo of tho milk of
said animal, aud shall cause it to
bo kept separato from other non
infected animals; aud before con
demning such animal, shall sum
mon for consultation with him
one or more- of his fellow Inspec
tors, and thoir decision in the caso
shall bo final.
Section 7. Tho several Inspec
tors of animals alull keep a record
of all animal iuspocted by thorn,
and their decision refunding the
same, aud shall mako weekly re
ports or their doings to tho
13o-iul of Health.
Section 8. Said Inspectors of
animals shall receive such pay as
shall be voted by the Hoard of
Section !). Tliet regulations
shall take effect f 10111 aud after tho
loth dav of Apiil, A. D. 1897.
Il'UXJiV E. COOl'EK,
PiOnideut of tho Hoard ot Health.
Attest: (Jhuildj Wilcox,
Honolulu, .Mai eh 31, 1S97.
Minister Cooper's doritlod and
decisive stand against tho incur
ring of debt by the Doparttuout of
Education, over which ho pro
sidos, will be unqualifiedly ap
proved by all right thinking citi
zens. Wlnlu tho not altogether
unforeseen concestiou of tho
1 schools is to bo regretted, it is
I solely tho proviuco of the Logis
I lnturo to provido against nud for
I such nn omergoucy. To havo an
I oxeeutivo branch of tho Govorn-
uiont tuakiug a virtue of necessity
nnd creating expenditures in ad-
vanco of legialativo approval would
bo a vicious example. Thoro is
no knowing to what deplorablo
icsults such a precedent of one
branch might tend in other spoud
iug branches of the Govornmont.
It is for tho Legislature to hold
every branch of the Executive, j
down to the constitutional inhibi
tion of unauthorized expenditure.
How to tho lino, lot tho chips fall
where they may. No indemnity
DEFENSE OF RECIPROCITY
A I'lXAM'IAI. JOIIII.NAI
B T BAfflTrrmniiftr
J. I. MICfinUUdL
Miow Abaitrdlly o( Oppotltlou on
llplinlrnf llle Cnlllornla licet
There is reason to beliovo that
eery nation in Christendom will
join some way in celebration of
tho event of Queen. Vietoiia's
longest reign of all tho soveieicns
in British historv. Hawaii is not
likely to bo behindhand in joyfully
proffering this courtesy toward a
nation that has only boon second
to her nearest neighbor, tho Unit
ed States, in intimacy aud friend
liness of relations with her from
oven boforo tho begiuning of
civilized govornmont iu theso isl
A lotter has boon received from
Fred Harrison, contractor aud
buildor, in contradiction of a local
item in this paper stating that
work on tho Campboll block was
delayed to await the arrival of
material. It is too long at tho
hour received for insoitiou. Tho
gist of the letter is that thero is
no biu-h delay, but that from
twelve to twenty laborois, besidos
white mechanics, aio constantly
employed by tho writer on tho
Sealed Tenders '
Will be roceived at the Ollico of
the M mister of the Interior till 12
o'clock noon of WEDNESDAY,
Apiil 21, 1897, for the construc
tion of tho load over Nuuanu
Plans and Specifications at tho
Ollico of tho Superintendent of
The tenders are to be based up
on tho condition that at least 50
par cont. of tho unskilled laborors
omployed on this work are to con
sist of ll-twnuaiiH, Americans 01
The Minister of tho Interior
does not bind himself to accept
the lowest or au bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho lutoiior.
Interior Ollico, April (5, 1897.
Holders of water privilege, or those
paying water riit, are hereby notl
fled tlmt lliu bouts tor irrigation pur
poses ure from 0 10,8 o'c'ook a. m and
fiout 4 to (i oYliH'k p. .m. 1
Supt. Honolulu Waier Winkx.
Approved: J. A. Kimi, MiuUterof
Honolulu, H. I., April (), 1S07.
Representative Evans of Ken
tucky has fathered a lesolution to
terminate tho Hawaiian recipro
city treaty. It is extremely doubt
ful if even his Democratic- consti
tuents will approve of his action.
Tho Hoiibo of Repiesontutives will
certainly sit on his ugly tempered
Xotlce Is hereliy given that nil ac
counts 1H10 tlio unilei-l'iMMl of KOUIt
MONTHS or longer Hfautlliif? will lm
placed in (lin ImikIw of our attorneys
lor collection, unless lmmuiliutu ret-
, tlement In mmlo
, . HAWAIIAN IlAUDWAUli: CO.
It is pleasing to havo such an
influential papor of tho great
Northwest as tho Tacoma Leduor
oomo out squarely for tho admis
sion of Hawaii to tho Union.
It may si ;mii meet for Eastoin
capitalists to start now sugar ro
iiueries, but thoy will all be meat
for tho cormorant Trust in duo
Tho Warrimoo that is expected
hero April 1(5 from Victoria will
biiug a laigo consignment of
OiiyinalBoek Bear for tho An
chor Saloon. While flw.i,. I,a
boon Bock R001 on tho Uouolulm
maiknt, It does not begin to cmn
paro with tho consignment that
the Anchor will have on tap after
tho arrival of tho Warrimoo. Tho
reason for this is that Iho Ilock
that has already arrived is too
fresh. The Bock Boor in the
Sfatos is made at tho first of tho
year and kept till May 1. The con
signment to arrive is some of the
original beer und is guaranteed to
bo bettor rlinii any Bock over im
poited. Wait for it. It will i,n
on tap at tho Anchor after the
arrival or. tno warrimoo.
Colonol and Mrs. W. E. Alien
loft on the Coptic yesterday for a
throo iiioiiths' visit to the Oriont.
In its review of tho financial
situation tho San Francisco Fin
ancial Lottorof March 20 contains
tho two following paragraphs:
"An important nrticlo is print
ed in auother column upon mat
ters referring to the Hawaiian
Islands aud tho Reciprocity Trea
ty. Perusal ought to convince
San Francisco commercial men,
that any abrogation of tho treaty
would result in curtailing busi
ncss in all branches to a disastrous
"Sllcar stocks Hint advnnenil
during tho early pait of tho week,
declined nt tho closo, owing to the
unsettled feeling that provailod
relative to tho Tariff Bill as well
as tho rumoia that somo nttompts
might bo uiado in Congroes to ab
rogate the Reciprocity Treaty with
Hawaii. This latter idea is re
garded as beiug oxtromoly prejud
icial to our iuterost, and will moot
with evory possible opposition
from alj having intorests in the
uuuu wiui uiu Hawaiian iioimu -lie."
From the "important article"
leferred to in the foregoing, tho
following extracts are taken:
"Tho product of the Islands,
first rate sugar, produced by the
investment of capital supplied by
citizens of tho United States, is
transported to Atlautic ports upon
American owned vessels whon
available, sold to Amerinnn oil!.
, ....... v.. . v.
zons for the purposo of refining,
outers into competition with tho
millions of tons of lioet mmnra
dumped into the United States
from Gorman aud French facto
ries; but in no wiso compotes with
tho cane sugar produced in tho
Southoru States of the Union;
and theso offenses constitute
reasons why in tho opinion of tho
oppononts of the Reciprocity
Treaty tho sanio should be
"Considering Ihn imint tlmt (In.
continuance of tho Treaty will bo
inimical to MlO hoof Hitonr mtni-nci!
01 tlio United States, it is well
known that refineries of boot
sugar are at tho present time iu
course of orection at Saliuis,
in Los Angeles county,
and in both Westoru aud
Eastern States, establishments
that will cost many millions of
dollars, and if the owners of these
large refineries had tho least fear
that the Hawaiian sugar would
interfere with their business, it is
very safe to assert that tho cx-
ponuniiro would novor liavo boon
"Tho stom and woll known fact
is, that, even if there was a largo
increaso of beet sugar factoiies in
tho United States producing
sugur, antl tlio Hawaiian Itdauds
produced a greater output of cauo
sugar than at present, tho quanti
ty would not suflicu to supply the
neeus nnu ueiuauds ol tlio people
of this Republic. Iu fact tho
total production of tho beet sugar
in the United States, aud cane
sugar from Hawaii would uot sup
ply within eight per cent of tho
"Tlio merchants aud manu
facturers of tho Pacific Coast aro
deeply interested in the future
iraiio ot tuo Uawaiiau -Islauds,
and whilo anxious to aid nud sus
tain ailV ni'oiecl tllllf will fnnrl f.
develop tho boot sugar industry,
thoy cannot bo oblivious that any
attempt to abrogate tho Recipro
city treaty with the Hawaiian Re
public would moan a loss of a
very largo percoutago of tho ox
elusive trade now enjoyed by
Amurieau citizens, who have in
vestnd iu tho Hawaiian Islands
capital that oxcoeds tenfold that
placed iu beet sugar producing
The Financial Lottor copies an
aunoxatiou article from a Los
Angeles .paper, giving credit
thereto, which nrovss to bo nart
Tho "Australia" takes away
orders for delicacies which wo
have introduced to tho Hono
lulu public and which find
places on tho tables of tho
epicures of Honolulu.
Tinned Goods, many of them,
but they are propored so capi
tally that thoy surpass oven
the tresh 'ods. Iho demand
for these special lines is grow
ing mainly beeauso of tho euro
taken in tho factories where
they are put up. The material
is carefully selected nnd only
the best is sent to Honolulu.
Wo have now on our shelves
and ready for delivery tho
Epicurean Brand Vienna Sau
sage, Shrimps with Tomatoes,
Baked Beans with Tomatoes,
Lobster and Lunch Oysters;
for tho tablo no better goods
have over been brought to the
Wo have also a superior
quality of Ground Chocolate
and Schilling's Best Teas aud
Spices; Crackers and Fancy
Telephono orders for these
goods will havo immediate at
tention. Our wagon is always
on tho go for tho accommoda
tion of our customers.
J. J. COUGHLIN.
The Manufacturing Harness Go.
K"ort and lmj Streets.
P. 0. 13of322.
iHJf a l m '
4.-7nic' iuovsisdC rKrfdU k :r osii . .- .v.v
. i -rr -i . Uil, -r-r'T. " iZj. i ITll TT f - T fcV- trz- .
OUR HlKOIALTV IS
Fmc Handmade Harness, Etc.
IBj, We keep in stock and soli no oods excent
UUJl yJ iUVi VUuWJJLXJ ivi;.
J. T. WATERHOUS
I Still They
I lQJTi8 OB2KSJ&
Each day adds a number of
members to our popular
H Club ouo and two drew last
i Saturday. Club threo is rapid
j ly filling up. Tho sarao on
M thusiasin as of old exists, all
p classes aro anxious to join, bo
i cause it is a clear saving of
I The Dollar
1 You Throw Away
8 Every Week.
a Ucsulos another vital point
adds to tho popularity, and that
a is that wo do not mako it
S obligatory to tako a watch, but
m aiiow you to select any ono or
1 more articloa in tho store, no
I matter in what lino. Could
g anything bo fairer to you?
1 Wo want to say right horo,
I that wo will Uiiol: up any and
?i evory article solected in our
I club with tjio same full and
I comploto guarantee which goes
3 with ovory piece of goods sold
I in tho store. You take no risk
I whatever. Wo tako it all.
of an editoriul that originally ap
peared in tho EvENiNo lSuiii.r.TiN.
In tho British Musoum thoro is
a queer aud Janciont love-lottor,
engraved ou a brick-. Tt in n nm.
posal for tho liand of an Egyptian
piincoss, and is about fluOO years
, N. FERNANDEZ.
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
OmcKs 203 SteroUant Rtrcot, Campbell
Block rem ot J. 0. Carter's office, V. O.
The arrival of the last Aus
tralia was greeted with a sigh
ot relief from the whole com
munity Theunusuallvlnnir in
terval between maib had made
people quite anxious, and rum
ors of war and other nnlilirnl
disturbances were Hying as
thick as leaves in Vallambrosa.
The encouraging news of the
Jrobable passage of the Ding
ey bill, imposing a duty on all
preign sugars while preserving
or Hawaii nei the advantages
of the Reciprocity Treaty, glad
dened the hearts of all, planters
as well as merchants, who pre
dict a new era of prosperity
and progress for these beauti
ful Isles of the Pacific. News
was also brought of the knock
ing out uf Champion JimCor-
ucu uy ins Muiuy opponent
The "Tribune Bicycle"
knocks them all out. Like the
Roman tribunes ofokl.it stands
on a pinnacle of fame, elevated
above all others, and like Fitz
simmons it beats all the other
The '97 AODEL is the acme
of perfection in wheels; it has
no equal. We received a num
ber of them by this Australia
and can furnish them in black,
royal, blue or maroon.
The Saer Pneumatic Saddle
is recognized as the best for
ease and comfort; no disease
of the spine or jar to your nerves
if you ride this saddle.
The Stodder Puncture
less Tire is impenetrable by
glass, nails, thorns, pins, etc ,
and yet it retains all the elastic
and resilient qualities. Every
Tire rr""inreea for one vear.
In addition to the above we
handle the Zimmy, Stormer
and other bicycles and carry a
full line of M. & YV. Tires,
Rims, Handle Bars in wood
and nickel, Bells, Cyclometers,
Come and inspect our new
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET,
Auction Sales by W. ,S. Luce.
A. L Ti
At Luce's Auction Hoouid.
TO-MOKROW, Arril 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
IbIiuII hi'11 nt my Salesrooms a Hue
Ferns, Palms, Bigonias, Fruit and Or
namental Trees and sws.
Also, a genuine collection ef
Ancieut Hawaiian Curios
Idols, Kapa Sticks, Etc.,
Tho property of a gentleman who
"i'" """jr yvum iu eecuriuK aaine.
A raro chance offered to muHenms
amlotlier.1 Mnny of the MoIn havn
uvuu exhibited nbro.id. This mo
nhiiiriil not to inlsced on any account
owIiik to tho rnru nud (superior iina
Illy of tliu urtlcle.
W. S, LUCE,
Election of Officers.
Xt.tleii Ih herphy bIvoii, that nt a
meutliiK of tiro Oaliii rfnKar Company.
Ti,, :. '...'' ,"' Ji"'i'iu April i',
1BU7, tlie following OIU rs wre elect
ed to servi until tiit ut-xt annual
Dlurtor: S. C. Allen, C. A Urown,
f- J-I'"W'eyi W. Woltera. Auditor:
W. F. Allen.
Tho list of Olllcers in now as follows:
Paid rneiiberK President
. Hret Viet- Piesldent
M. I Kohluson
, , Stcoiid VlcL-Prerldeut
J. I'. HacUfeld Treasurer
W. F. Alleu Auditor
Board of Dlreolorn: S. O. Allen,
C. A. Brown, F J. Low ray, W. Wol'
tors; and ox olllulo: J'uul Inenberir.
. F. Dlllliiglinm. M. P. Roblusou
J. F. Hackfeld, E Suhr.
Commissioner of Deeds
tele of California.
IN THE OIHCUIT- COURT OF
the First Circuit, Hawuilan Inlands.
In Bankruptcy. In the matter of the
Bankruptcy of Nakmuuia, Otiifukii,
Klmura and Kamagu, doiim bunluess
11H OtllfllL-ll ,t f !l 111 Ullliminna irin..l
Creditors of the d Biukrinit nre
uemuy iiouiieii 10 ronie in mil prove
thoir ilebtR hnFor. tin. nlt.i'l? nt ihn fii
cult Court of the First Circuit at
Moiioiinu, nn aioiiday lliu lUih day of
Atirll. 1K07. hetivppn lltalinnmnl Un
o'clock in the foiouoou tuul noon of
me baiu uuy, anil elect au AsdRiiee of
the said Bankrupt's EsUte.
By the Court:
GEOUOE LUCAS, Clerk.
IlavliiK twen appointed anil commli.loned
a Commlialoncrol Dcali for tliu atato of Cal.
ifomla, lam prepsnil
To administer nud cei tlf oaths.
To take and icrllfy depositions and uUlda
Vlti. To take and certify tUe ael.nowedKmcut or
proof ol poweu of attorney, TnnrtKajnis,
trausfeis, grants, deeds or other Instrument
A. V. GEAR,
Telephone tf.Vl "10 Klni? Street.
Pioneer Building and
Assets Jnly, 1896, $106,545,16
Money Loaned on Approved Security,
A HuvhiRs llauk for Monthly Deposits.
Houhim lluilt on the Mouthly lubtftllmont
Thirteenth Scries of Stock now open.
Por further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Cominorce Booms.
Office hours, 12:30-1 illOP.M, :7.l-tl