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HYMNING BULLETIN, tyPIUi; in, 1B1I7.
regulations of the Hoard of Health in
Regard to Tuberculosis in
.Section I. Tho prcfloncoof tub
urculotuB in mi' iiiiimnl, tho iloih
ot which ik likely to bo usctl ns
' food or from which milk ib obtain
pd for H80 or 6'ik is lioroby ilo
clurod to bi' n oaUho of sickness
ami a Monaco to public health ami
Scutum '2. All porsoiiH who
shall havo iu thoir possession any
nont Block shall, viieu requested
so to do by aii Inspector of tho
Uonrd of Health, pnrmit such ani
mal to bo examined for tho pur
poBoofdotormininc whether or not
it is ntTectcd with tuberculosis,
and nllow all necessary opori
wonts or operations to bo madoor
performed for such purpose.
Section 3. A suitable number
of Inspectors of the Board of
Health, for tho purpose of exam
ining all neat stock suspected of
boiug infected with tuberculosis,
may bo appointed by tho Piesi
deut of tho Bontd when bo author
ized by the Hoard.
Section -1. It shall be the duty of
such Inspectors to examino all
stock suspected of boing infected
with tuberculosis; and to make
such expeiimcnts or peiform such
operations as may bo necessary to
determine whether or not the ani
mal is so infected.
Section f. All animals which
shall show symptoms of tuber
culosis shall be condemned by
such Inspector and destioyed;
ami no part of the enreuss of ouch
inimal shall be used for food or
disposed of iu aujv-other man
ner likely to endanger public
Sfectiwi (!. In any cato of doubt
the Inspector shall forbid tho
further use or salo of tho milk of
said animal, and shall cause it to
bo kept separate from other non
infected animals; aud before con
demning such animal, shall sum
mon for consultation with him
ouo or inoro of his fellow Inspoo
tois, and thoir decision iu the case
shall bo final.
Section 7. Tho soeral Inspec
tors of animuls shall keep a record
of all animalB inspected by them,
and their decision regarding tho
bhuio, and shall make wookly re
ports., .of their doings to the
Board of Health.,
Section 8. Said Inspectors of
animals shall leceive such pay as
sUnll bo voted b the Uotuu of
Section !. Thehc regulations
shall take effect fiom and after the
loth day of April, A. D. 18'J7.
HEXHY, E. COOPER,
President of the Boird of Health.
Attest: CiiAiir.Ks Wilcox,
Honolulu, March 31, 1897.
Will be received at tho Oilico of
tho Aliuister of the Interior till 12
o'clock noon of WEDNESDAY,
April 21, 1S'.)7, for tho construc
tion of tho road over Nuuanu
Plans and Specifications at tho
, Ofiit'P of tho Superintendent of
. Public Works.
The tenders are to bo based up
on tho condition that at loast 50
per cent, of tho unskilled laborora
eiuii' )id on iliir. woik aiu u con
sist of Hawaiians, Americans or
Tho Minister of tho Intorior
doe.s not bind himself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Ollice, April (, 1897.
Notice to Voters.
All persons dciiriiiK to vote nt the
General Kleettou to lie held on the
last Wedne-ilay Iu September of thin
yqnr will tie lejulret to ligMer lie
fore the Board now lu bcpi-Iou at tho
Old Legislature Hull, Judiciary Build
ing. JIKNUY DA Vies, Clmlrmau.
.rOSKl'II M. OAMAUA, JH
ROBERT HOAl'ILI UAICBJt.
Jiourd of Registration, Lhindof O.Uui.
Honolulu, April 13, ISO".
BS-J St. . .
Omen: or Boaiid or Hkat.tii,)
Honoi.ui.tt, April, U, lb97.J
, Vmin and after this date the period
t (jimiHiitlne to bo performed by Iin-
UlljittHHl nin) Muthko Jkimi'IIKit
(mm Inft-fllnl pnrt'i ilnll luM-lnlHcfii
ilityr, ilutlng (rum ilny nl iirrivnl In
Ity (inter of tlm It-mrd of lluiltli.
W 3t riecretary.
OVV ll'K OV HoAlttl OF llKAl.TII,
1Io.noi.UU), April 15, 1897
l'ulillc notice Ik hereby given of tho
appointment of W. T. Mounarrat, V.
8., nuil J. It Shaw, V.S., ns Inspectors
of Anlnnilt (or tlio District. o Kunn,
Island of Oahti, to carry Into ellect
tliu provision of the Hi'kiiIuIIoih of
the Uonrd nf Health Iu ri-Kurd to tn
liurculoDlfl In iicul enttlo.
o ;tt Secretary Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
.pnyliig water rates, aro hereby noti
fied that the hours tor Irrigation pur
poses are from 6 to 8 o'clock A. M. and
from 4 to (I o'clock r. m.
AN DRKW BROWN,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Approved- J. A. Kino, Minister of
Honolulu, H. I., April (i, 1M17.
51 Eje) Bulletin?,
DANIEL, LOGAN, Editor.
F1UDAY, APRIL 10, 1897.
Quito a large proportion of the
youth out of Hawaiian schools,
who aro sont abroad to bo further
equipped for the battlo of life, go
to learn other thau tho professions
of preacher, doctor and lawyer.
Many of tho bbyB born and
brought up hero havo had thoir
educations topped off in colleges
abroud, to return and tako up po
sitions in business with their
fathers, who iu some cases at least
had no such advantages. Others
havo been sent away to follow
their local beginnings in tho
mechanical arts within tho
walls of great foreign manufactor
ies. Some go to tho best tech
nological institutes of America or
Europe, to acquire special knowl
edge iu mechanics, ongincoring,
otc. A certain proportion remain
iu foreign parts, whoro thero is
moio scopn for thoir bkill and
talent, and in known cases roiled
credit on tho country of their
birth or early ndoption. Some,
however, return and establish
tlremsolves in this their own laud.
Both at homo and abroad Hawaii
has sons engaged in architecture,
engiueeiing and applied science
of various kinds; as artisans,
painter, uugraors, tradorb-indeed,
inn8tors in many vocations
that do not come into tho category
of what havo been decried as
"genteel" or "whito Blurted" call
ings. Tho son of a distinguished
son ia now perfecting himself in
tho scionce of banking in a British
houso. Anothor son of an adopt
ed citizen, withal partly of
Polynesian extraction, is taking
a post graduate courBO of
Stantord University ns i civil
engineer,' nnd has had luerativa
employment as such on railway
suivoys in vacation. Theso are
only two instances
multitude, that could
They aro very apt
fathor of one lad is
aud that of tho
out of a
mastor mechanic. Tho crowd
ing into the bo callod highor pro
fessions, of both tit aud unfit ma
terial, is a mattor that is muoh
deplored in inuny couutiies. Still,
there is always room at tho top,
aud, whilo strangors aro constant
ly occupying those professions in
Hawaii, nativo sons who or, whoso
parents ' think thoy can come iu
and win aro not to be discouraged.
What a fina judicial sensd ap
pears in tho stigmatizing of offi
cers of ships goucrally as liars, pb
the only explanation for tho ap
pearance of smallpox among pas
sengers lauded by a Bteamer with
a clean bill of health ' Should
the I'omuiendiibl) strict inu-Hti
lion the (loverumoiit is making
tho cuso of a Japanese Hlvamer
show thatthotu is an exception to
this Bweoping denunciation of a
noblo class of men, tho editor
who sottles tho whole mattor
by prejudgment on tho basis of
such a rulo will havo to plead
hasto as an excuse for tho libel,
citing tho exauiplo of another dis
tinguished porsouago who, under
tlm satno impulse, said "all men
-Whou'tho Advertiser represents
this pnpor as saying "diphtheria
ia epidemic in Son Francisco," it
displays' contempt .for oither
grammar or ethics. Tho sentenco
in tho Bulletin, to which refer
ence is made, cannot bo con
strued as indicating tho present
timo, whilo tho contort definitely
Bays "within recent mouths."
And that is a fact. Within n few
months past diphtheria was do
olarcd epidemic iu a portion of
tho jurisdiction of the Board of
Health of San Francisco. Take a
term iu the night sohool, brother,
and pay a little mpro hoed to
what is going on in tho world be
SoriotiB troublo is expected
in South Africa if Prosidont
Krueger should press his claim for
indemnity for tho .laineeou raid.
This contingency bus been given
as the reason of suspension of
ariaugomeuts for a British expo
dition to Khartoum. A disturb
ing roport in connection with
affairs iu that quarter is that Ger
many will send 0000 troops to
Southwest Africa at tho end of
this month, and a special envoy
to interview President Kruegqr of
the Transvaal and Piesideut
Steyn of tho Ornnge Free State.
Two fishormeu iu a boat off
Capo Hattoras hailed u steamer
bound from Savannah to Boston.
Tho captain, supposing thoy wore
Bhipwrocked, stopped tho Bteamer.
Whether amusement or ongor
soized him is not stated in tho
dispatch about tho incident, when
tho men rowed alongside and
calmly afeked who won the light nt
Caibon, saying they had been out
all weok fishing and had 110
heaidlioin the battlefield.
Nicaragua is not waiting for
tho canal to bo made boforo setting
about to deepen the harbors at
Groytown and Bluefiolds. Por
hops tho littlo country will tackle
tho undertaking of putting tluough
the big ditch on her own account,
whilo American capitalists nre
still pulling ropes for a charter
that will givo them millious on
tho United Sta'tes guarantee.
Thero are two reasons why
people aro now paying car faro
all tho way from Waikiki to tho
Palama Grocery and back. Reason
1 If is fir only place on tho
Islands where tho celebrated Sal
vation Army tea is sold. lleaBon
2. Aftor paying car faro both
ways patrons find thoy aro mouey
in pocket by dealing at this "livo
and let livo" establishment. Wo
also deliver goods between Dia
mond Head and Moanalua frco.
Opposite Railway depot, King
strcot. Tel. 755.
Snltan -Ilae you compelled
the ton thousand (Jhristiaus to
wear tho camel'? Imir Bhirto which
I sent them? Vi.iei I have, O
Most H'mtrioiiR Potoutnto! Sul
tan Arid what succots did you
have? Vizior They' wore aM
tioklod to death, your highuesa."
"That was u very qUoer poem
on 'Tho Throe Ages of Man' you
publNli'd in your paper this mor
ning," suid tho nun who hud Imp
ponod in. "Tho geimial under
standing is that there tiro sovon
agos of man." "It was written
'TJ10 Soveu Ages of Man,"' ex
plained tho won iod Sunday editot ,
"but'l had to out it down to thioe.
ou account of a luck of spaco."
iitld I nr T
THE NATIONAL PEED BOX
Is a perfect device for slow
feeding in the stables oron
the road and is a boon both
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 inventiqn. 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
fastest horses in the woild.
Especially adapted to the use
of tire and police departments,
stock farms, and public and
Owners and drivers of horses
entered for the 11th of June
races should see that their
animals ate 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 Nat ion-
al Feed Box. They will be
sure losers if they do.
Horsemen generally and
every man, woman or child
who owns a horse is invited
to call and see them at
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
NO. 307 FORT STREET
Opposite Sprockols' Bank
The best variety of Jet Pius
in the city will bo found dis
played nt the
It is not always tho amount'
01 money paid tor an articlo
that dotormines its valuo.
Cheaper and much commoner
goods aro often sold for moro
tuuiiy than i - u.okv-.d Iu- tliia
line, an inspection of which is
J. M. WEBB,
No. 316 Fort Street.
Commissioner of Deeds
State of Californi
HaUmrbetnapiiomtid nml (-oinmlsslomd
a (JomtnTsflloiRT of Deeds for tbu Statu ol' Cal
ifornia, I am prepared
To administer and certify oaths,
To take d certify d.oltlou and affida
vit!. To take aud certify tlio acknowledgment or
proof of poiurs of attorney, niortuagbs,
trnusftrs, (,'ruute, deeds or otlicr Instruments
A. V. GEAR,
TcU phone SW. -10 Klnc Street.
Subscribe for tho Evening Boio
lehn 7fi cents per intuitu,
The Manufacturing Harness Co.
OUB SI-'JEOIA.rLT-sr IS
Fine Handmade Hai'izess, Etc.
3 Wo keep in stock and soil no goods oxcont'
OUR OWN MANUFACTURE.
Lewis & Co-
If a man's dinner is right,
and he ri&es from the table
conscious that his wife lias
used the same judgment as to
price that she did in the selec
tion of the articles disposed of
there can be no indigestion to
follow. Our goods arc of the
kind which bring health,
happiness anua tut purse.
Table delicacies are a fad
with us they aro bought be
cause wo known tho 'average
Ilonoluluito is fond of good
things for tho stoniach. Our
prices are below the average
aud special inducements are
oilered to cash purchasers. Our
latest importations include tho
best goods obtainable in tho
Copeland's English Peas;
Cod's lloo, Mackerel in Mus
tard Sauce and Cambridge
Sausages in tins aro so well
put up that it would bo dilli
cult to detect the difference
between them and the same
articles direct from tho market.
"Toyssonneau" is a long
name to put before Pate but
the combination makes tho best
tid bit ever placed bofore a
gourmet. Theso aro goods
that anyone maj"- eat without
fear of indigestion, following.
They are put up in tho best
factories' iu Europe and corno
to us in elegant condition.
Lewis & Co.,
Eagle :- House
Mrs, Harry KlQmrn,H, - - Frop
TABLE BOARD THE FINEST
.... INtLUDI.Vn J1AI.Y.....
Palatable German Dishes.
Real Estate Transactions.
Snbstnliorti aro fnrui-died viith bom five
to six liatH per Meek, giving au accumte
record of ull deeds, mortgnges, lwiheK, re
lumes, powers of attorney, etc., etc., which
uro placed on record. Also n list of all
district court judgments.
Subscription Price, $2.0(1 per Month.
A V. GEAR,
.1. .?. COWIHLIN.
ICiny; St roots
P. O. Box :i22.
Now that we havo found a
preparation that is a powerful
disinfectant, perfectly harm
less, frte from odor, con
venient to use and at tho re-i
tnarkablc 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, cess-pools
and outhouses in a perfectly
Any Physician will endorse
what we claim when we tell
you that nine tenths of all
fevers and alike illness is the
result of carelessness about
the sanitary conditions of tho
One great objection to most
disinfectants is that they have
such a disagreeable odor. Puri
fino is odorless.
Don't delay in purifying tho
air 3'ou daily breathe and
trust to kind providence that
you may escape illness. Now
is the time to commence tho
good work, don't wait until
tho dead heat of summer has
arrived; it may bo too lato.
Take timo by tho forelock.
To be forewarned is to bo fore
armed. Purifino in quantities' to suit.
Wo are the Sole Agents.
Hollister Drug Go.
The Annual Meeting of the Aloha
Coll'ee Company. Llniiteil, will tako
pluee nt the lteBicleuen of Mr K. Peck,
oti Saturday, April St, 1807, at 4
o'clock p. in. S. H. PECK,
Honolulu, April H), ISitf,
On and after April 1st, Drs. Cooper
As Raymond will oortupy the olllcea of
Dr. MeGrew on Hotel street. Otllce
hours from 8 .! to 10 a in , 1 ,ao to 3
and 7 to 8 p, ra. roleplione No. Ifi4.
NOTARY PUBLIC ani TYPEWRITER
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Illock revt Of J. O. Owtofu office, f, J0.4
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