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OKI-R'K Oh' llOAKl) OK HKAIril,)
Honolulu, April, 14, 1897.)
From nutl after this date the period
of (jtiurantlnB to be performed by Im
migrants mid Hteerngu paetiKers
from Infected port slmll beelgliteon
ilnyp, fluting from tiny of iirrlval In
Hy order of the Hoard of Health.
583 :u Secretary.
OlTICE )K KoAKIl 01' llKAI.TH,
JIomilulu, April ID, 1SU7.
Public notice Its hereby given "' "10
appointment of W. T. Monsarrat, V.
3., and J. II Shaw, V.S., an Inspectors
of Aulmali for thu District of Kmm,
lslnud of OjIiu, to carry Into effect
the provisions of the Regulation of
the Board of Health in regard to tu
berculosis In noat cattle.
iSo 8t Secretary Hoard of Health.
Notice to Voters.
All persons desiring to vote at the
General Election to be held on the
last Wednesday In September of this
year will he required to register be
fore the Board now In ecs'lon at the
Old Legislature Hall, Judiciary Build
ing HKXRY DAVIS, Chairman.
J03EPH M. CAUAR, JR.,
R0HERT HO API LI BAKER.
Board of Registration, Inland of Onhu.
Honolulu, April lii, lbl7.
Holilnra of water privilege", or tUont
paying water ratec, are hereby noti
fied that Ibe hours for Irrigation pur
poses are from 0 to 8 o'clock A. n and
from -1 to (5 o'clook v. m.
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved: J. A. Kino, .Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April ti, 1897.
t)( Euerpir? Bulletir;,
DANIEL LOGAN. Editor.
THUKSDAY, APRIL 13, 1897.
There seems to bo no cause -for
complaint of the iiiiiniH-r in which
the Honolulu health authorities
administer the "pound of cure"
on this occasion as on olhor occa
sious of visits of pestilence to our
gates. The institution of u speci
al quarantine iu the suburbs for
"privileged churaetets" who have
been exposed to contagion has
abundant precedents in tho past,
ltemember, for instance, the jolly
party of ateamor cabin passengers
under watch and ward in the old
Dudoit House onBeiotauia streot,
sinco burned down, a few years
ago. Also the different occasions
when passougers arriving by
steamers in which contagious
disease had broken out we.ro only
required to present themf-olvos for
matutinal inspection by a physi
cian for a stated term. Somo
J I. h
abont tho driving of officials from
tho quarantino station to tho
suburban quaiters where they
wero to be quarantined. Would
there havo boon nny less danger
of thoir spreading infection had
they walked from lwilei to Wai
kiki? There is uo balloon ser
vice as yet betweon tho " points
and it is doubtful if Collector
General Castle is not tho only ono
among thorn who could bo trusted
on a "safety."
What the Bullktis is disposed
to criticize is tho apparent ignor-
tag of tho "ounce ut prevention"
in spite of the awful warning ox-1
Tnr!nnnn nf 1HU.T
Th., niMV,Mli., ,
,,u..w.. .-... ,..-, h
policy seoms to bo too much iu , " ""'"" h -
tho line of locking the aUblo after , ,."r,u"1 ',",, ry; l ''1';
the steed has been stolon. If the " W" r?' !anrt'm
sanitary nieasures adopted with . !" t,J0 '"'Proved general health of
signal success for damping out ' '" u0"'"y 'l diminution in
"- ;, ,8!!5, - i"ri .tiirS'.i'ff 'a'ULn, o 51a
up, with tlio iiitniiRiaml strictness Howorngn is iiolmuiiialiuu but cm
imd improved syatoin that tho ly its auxiliary,
romovtil of iinincdiiito ilnnger
nllowoil, tlio town would lmvo
littlo to fear from the introduction
of any kind of pestilence. Small
pox is essentially n filth diseaao
nud can bo easily ropolled or sup
pressed in ti town that it finds in
a cleanly condition. Thoro is
probably not n seaport town nuy
whoro that is freo for nny number
of years from tho visitation of
this disease. Many largo cities
nro scarcely ever altogether rid of
tho presenco of tho lonthsomo
malady. Yet it cannot gain
headway in any placo that has
boon forearmed by propor sanita
ry measures. Tho bubonic plague
that has boon raging for moro
than n year now in tho far East,
according to authontic accounts,
carries little lorror for towns and
parts of towns whoso iuhubitants
havo regard for ordinary sanitary
conditions. When it breaks into
suoli communities it is by tho
sheer oumulativo force acquired
iu swooping through the teeming
thousands of population in tho
adjacont purlieus seothiug with
tho germs of pestilence. Honolu
lu has been exposed within recent
mouths, however, to other viwita
tious than cholora, plague and
smallpox from tho Orient, just as
doadly if moro insidious than
those scourges and perhaps hard
er to erfldientn. Diphtheria tho
terror of ovpry community in
which it has cv -r gol a foothold -has
beon epidemic iti Sun Fran
cisco. This is a disn against
which sanitation is uprtoct de
fense, yet wliilo it raged next door
to Honolulu no special precaution
against its admission hero iwas
It may bo tho proper thing, as
has boen suggested, to htop all
immigration from tho Orient while
smallpox is prevalent there. As
there would bo no real security iu
half measures, though, all traffic
from tho same quarter would nood
to bo suspended. The largo
steamships of regular lines calling
here have moro of peril for us
than the trumps, on account of
their making tho passages much
within tho period of incubation
of Hmallp. instead of more than
covering the time ns tho old .tubs
do. Whuio, then, s tho embargo
on commerce to end ? Smallpox
will diminish it' not wholly disap
pear iu Jnpiiu beforo tho hot
breath of summor. Iu all probab
ility its ppico will be taken prompt
ly by tho cholera and the plaguo,
these beiug now regulur summer
boarders in the East as .smallpox
is tho guest of winter. So, if we
nro to put up the bars ogainst
pestilence every time it prevails
in tho Orient, tho prospect is that
of a perennial suspension of all
iutorcourso with that quarter.
Extromo moasuros having such
effect cannot bo thought of for a
moment. Wo must coufino our
solves to reasonable means of pro
tection. Let us havo a fourteen
days' quarantino of all stoorogo
passengers from theinfiotect coun
tries beginuingat tho dato of their
arrival, while cabin passengprs
uro given liberty on parolo with
tho condition of daily repotting
to a physician. All passengers'
effects as woll us imports of rner
ehuudiso should be subjected to
disinfection.' Ocean greyhounds
besides tramp steamers ought to
bo hold strictly responsible for
thoir reports ns to their health
conditions ou voyages to this port.
LnMly, and iikH important nf nil,
nuoIulu W o mado proof
nM.u l,tlo.ullc? '' through
8't' "m,l",w? "' w''l
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EVENING BULLETIN, AP1UL lii, lb'J7.
TARIFF AND TRUST.
Commenting on gratified re
marks of the American Agricttl
turist on tho Diugley bill, for the
relatively small protection it
gives tho sugar rohucra.tho l'luau
cial Lotter of San Francisco Boys:
"Wo hardly see, however, why tho
American farmers should crow
over tlio changing of tlio imports
of raw sugars into cheap foreign
refined. Nuturolly tho higlinr tho
prico of refined sugar in this
country from whatever cause the
bettor for tho interest of tho homo
sugar producors and wo can't see
in what way the existence of tho
, Sugar Trust is detrimental to tho
domestic beet sugar industry. If
tho fuels wero kuowu it might bo
found that nearly all the boot
sugar factories now in operation
in tho United States owe their
oistonro to capitalists, now or at
bohib time, directly or indirectly,
' connected with the Sugar Trust "
'It would suom that the Sugar Trust
was, at latest advices, tho arent
unsolved enigma of tariff discus
sion. Also the same entity is a
mystery iu its relation to, the Ha
waiian questiou. On tho ono handi
Hawaiian annexationists are told
their cause is hopeless because the
Sugar Trust is tho onemy of Ha
waii. Wliilo, on tho othor hand,
it is gravely slated that annexa
tion and the treaty both
will find oppoueuls iu tho
Senate to spite the Sugar Trust.
Hawaii, on its part, has coitainly
no call to regard tho Truut as an
object of antagonism. With tho
question of trusts gonorally in tho
United States, Hawaiiuns havo
only tho interest of spectators.
If tho peoplo of that nation chooso
to tolorato trusts, then tho Sugar
combination is as legitimate ns
any of them. Present dealings of
Hawaiian sugar producers with
the Sugar Trust can suroly not
bo regarded as an unmixed ovil.
The laigo quantities of our sugar
sent round Cape Horn to tho
Eastern rofiuorics of tho Trust re
move so much of tho occasion for
complaint of Hawaiian competi
tion from the beet sugar interest
of California. '
Tho Temple of Fashion will bo
closed tomorrow to oborvo Good
Friday. It will leopeu Sutiuday
at 7 a. m., whou the big closing
out salo will bo continued. Next
wool: a special reduction will bo
mado on ribbons and laces.
A. V. Gear iV Co. havo a notico
olsowhoro to purchasers of lots iu
tlo Kapiolaui Park Addition.
"Havo you never tried to des
troy your thirl for liquor?" "Yes,
I've boon trying to drown it for
tho hist ton yens."
She Tho Count, you know, can
truce his family b.iok 800 yo.irs.
He Ah! Through tho bank
ruptcy oouit records, I suppose.'1
Attention, Company A.
.'.KMoarfni-f-r ,' O.TI . 1
Honol. iu, April IS, IbHT.J
AUery Mcmln-r of tliiHCVmmiui
hereby (inluioil to report nt tho 1
Blind THIS (Thmvl.iv) LVliM
April 15, tit 7i.'W ' o'clock,
Uery Mcmlicr of thin d mmnnil ii
PA UI, SMITH,
&$. it Captain Ouiuianiuliii.
P. H. Brooks Division No. 1, Uniform
Rank, K. of P.
A HikoImI MvoLiliu for
iltlforH will be helit TII1P
r hl.Tllou of
Olllcurri will lie helit THIK(Thur8iluvl
KV1SNINO at 7:ai) nVlouk. at Uaatlo
Hull el Oaliu IoilKt', wltliuiu iiiilfnnii.
O. J. McCAHI'HV,
fiW it 1,'hii, Cum,
The Annual Muntjiie of thx Alnlm
Ofilliie. Company. Minllm!, will tuko
plucHiii tl Htii'lilenci' (if Mr K l'ei-lf.
mi Katiinlay, Airll 'M, W1, it l i
u'olinkp in, ri, K I'Kt'K,
iriiiinliilil, Aplil IU, 1MI7. oNI iw
NOTARY PUBLIC and TYPEWRITER
Ofucii.i aw llmulwiit btnijt, 0iuiiU1
Mock (aw Dl i, 0. (MtsiV otttfv). I'. 0,
Now that wo have found" a
' preparation that is a powerful
ciisiiitoctiiiic, portcctiy Harm
less, freo from odor, con
venient, to use nnd nt tho re
murknblo low figure of
5 Cents a Gallon.
No prudent housekeeper can
afford to run the risk of con
tracting sickness, which is sure
to occur, should you neglect
to keep tho sewers, ccss-pools
nnd outhouses in a pel fectly ;
Any Physician will endorse
what wo claim when we toll
you that nine tenths of all
fevers nnd alike illness is the
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of tho
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that the' have
such a disagreeable odor. Puri
fine is odorless.
Don't delay in purifying the
air you daily breathe and
trust to kind providence th it
you may escape illness. Now
is tho time to commence the
good work, don't wait until
tho dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may bo too late.
Take time by the forelock.
To he forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifino in quantities to suit.
Wo are the Sole Agents.
fiollister Drug Co.
THE NATIONAL FEED BOX
is a perfect device for slow
feeding in the stables or; on
the road and is a boon botli
to the horse and his owner.
It is the best device yet in
vented for feeding all kinds of
grain, chopped food, bran
mash, water or medicine.
It is made of steel, practical
ly indestructible. The follow
er slides on a malleable iron
rod, riveted to the box, our
latest invention. Finely gal
vanized. Easily Cleaned. Pure
and Odorless. Light and Port
able. The only box foi cam
paigning. Used and approved
by owners and drivers of the
faiiest ii.irjo in the wuikt.
Especially adapted to the use
of fire and police departments,
stock faims, and p.ublic and
Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 1 lth of June
races should see that their
animals are provided with
these feed boxes. They will
be sure winners if they do.
Betting men should not invest
a dollar on a horse that has
not been fed from the Nation
al Fued Box. They will be
sure losers if they do,
Horsemen generally and
every man, woman or child
who owns a horse ib invited
lo cull and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co,
dealers wish to
the additional profit derived therefrom. kg
Crudely mixed from low-grade, impure w
ingredients, such powders cost but half p
as much to make as the highly refined,
absolutely pure Royal Baking Powder,
although retailed at the same price. fe
They are unwholesome and lacking in f$-
leavening strength. tj
Royal Baking Powder gives the JK
greatest value for its cost, and there is
no other baking powder or preparation pj
that will give-such satisfaction, or make $
such pure, wholesome and delicious
food, or which in practical use will be J
found so economical. 85
S&kx HOVAL BAKINO POWDER CO.. 106 WALL ST.. NEW-vnn.
The PSanufaciiOTg Harness Co.
fcorl iinil King .St reels.
Tki.ei'honu 228. p,o. Uox :W2.
Fine Handmade Ham&ss, Etc
KSl- Wo keep in stock and sell no goods oxcopt
OUK OWN MANUFACTURE.
Anysarsaparilla is sarsaparilla. True. So any
tea is tea. So any flour is flour. But grades dtfler.
You want the best. It's so with sarsaparilla. There
arc grades. You want the best. If you understood
sarsaparilla as well as you do tea and flour it
would be easy to determine. But you don't. How
should you ?
When VOll are POlnrr to hmr fl r.nmn4n1:..
Ifty ...i,n ,.i J...P.
""T'l. aiuc )uu uoni Know, you pick out an old
tftj estabhshed house to trade with, and trust their
g experience and reputation. Do so when buying
Ayer's Sarsaparilla has been on the market
fifty years. Your grandfather used Ayer's. It is a
rp.niltnlllo miflirSnn Tl... n. mi
-5 I w.w. ...WW..W..... mii.ic niuuy uuii.upariii.i3,
w uui vniy ujiu vytr S. XX
-ask youk NorniNo nur
JR0CER FOR ' v0UN0 TtNDtR i.OM
C2feL ONCE U51D
J3P ALWAi KMX
, c,k a.
OUSEKIiHPERS who arc &C
wise will not be persuaded Jvx
into purchasing the unreliable '
bakintr powders which some .'h5
sell for the sake of M
J. .7. COUCIIILTX.
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