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EVENING HUJiIjETIN, APRIL 22, 1897.
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The Manufacturing Harness Go.
OL:r' SJPECIAJLTY IS
Fine Handmade Harness, Etc.
SS- We keep m stork
. , . , For Everybody:
Tho only complete- lino of
In the IcIuihIh.
A few o(
.Kingsbury Pianos !
of lift ltl
CHICAGO COTTAOE ORG AXS, Un
equaled intone, beauty and con
struction. REGINA MUSIC BOXES, the King
of all, plays over one thousand
AUTOHARl'S, everybody's instru
ment, a child can play it.
GUITARS, we carry the celebrated
Henry F. Masan, Hurwoori and
other make", from $4 up.
BANJOS, Stewart, Fail banks &
Cole and other wellkuowu
ACCORD EONS, the celebrated "Im
perial" and other good lines.
t& And n thousand and one other
smaller InstrunieutB too numerous to
Our eeMir.ited Wall, NMchoU Co.
"Stak" Brand of
GUITAR, VIOU.V ma
Are the best made. Uo no other.
For all instruments.
Our stock is the most varied to ho
found this side of 'Frisco, and the
prices the same as you pay in the
All instruments sold on easy month
WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
The money savers for von.
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J. J. COUGILLLN.
P. O. Box 322.
nnd sell no sroods
San Francisco and Yoko
The First Steamer
Of the above line will be due from
Kobe, Japan, on or about the
oucn kjv -ifvJ-'i-CJLL,
Ami will have dispatch for San
W For particulars, Inquire of
G. E. 130AKDMAN.
. AND ,
In Suitings for
A Perfect Fit Guaranteed.
J. P. R0D8IGUES
14-2 Kort Street.
Best Tonsorial Artists
Tho Annual Meeting of tho Aloha
Colleo Company Llmltil ivlll InltP
on Sututuay, April jj, 1S97, at 1
o'clock p. in. S. S. PECK,
. . Secretary.
JJonoiulu, April 10, 1897. 58l-2w
Mechanics and Teamsters.
Anyone needluR the services of
Hrot-clads Mechanics, Te.iimtor,
Liiu.u,, etc., run liisupinied bv apply
IJf " .1 M.r;.l "a;.,,,,, i.r t" rh
Hawaiian Hajjey Institute, Telephone
The Honolulu Sanitarium
lrfS2 King Street.
AQnirt, Iluinehku I'laeo, whore Trained
?!".,"" "' J.' ""h ' ""'' SIJl.u.,m,
IJalhs, Electricity and l'liynlcal Traiuing
mjj bo obtnitieil.
v a. ki:li.ogo, m v., .
Telil:ni)o O.W. Superintendent.
GILBERT F. LITTLE,
ATTURNEY AT LftW.
A. V. GEAR.
Tclf pUyuo ma,
No, 210 KltiKfihltho
inolnhsns nnd rnfuao from tho Li
lino mill that it was unfit to drink.
The Uourd after looking nt and
Binolliug the contents of tho three
"fcqutuo facets" submitted ruthor
agreed with Sboriff Cartor but
thought tho proper way was to
Biibmit tho matter to Dr. Watt,
the govorumout physician at that
place, and havo him oxatnino into
and roport ou tho condition of ilia
water and it was bo ordered.
President Smith tmvo tho Board
somo rominisponcos of complaints
from tho saino cause some years
ago, whon tho wator got bo bad
that oven the littlo fishes turned
up their littlo toos and died in
preference to drinking it.
It was decidedthat tho exponaes
for salaries, otc.,'of Drs.Sli.iw and
Monsarrat in examination for tub
orculosis in cattlo shpuld bo takon
from tho appropriation known as
tho General Expense Pay Holl as
long as it lasted. President Smith
said tho Board must bo caroful
about exponscB, as there was only
6800 left in tho goueral fund to
last till January 1.
Dr. Monsarrat reported verbal
ly that tho inspectors had already
found tli roo head of cattlo affected
with tuberculosis. lie wished to
know if ho was to condemn them
all or ono at a time. Tho Board
decided that tho three head
Bhould bo aocrecated from the
herd and ono of them killed. If
the postmortem demonstrated that
tho inspectors woro right in their
diagnosis thoy could then go
ahoad with tho others one at a
tirao. Tho inspectors were to
nscertain tho valne of each nuiiual
killed nnd also put their own ap
praisement down. In nil i.-ib
careful recordB of the pi.ice-ntiab
wero to be bopt.
President Smith shiM tli- Dune
was liable to put in mi aprnruinse
at any timo. hat -would be dono
about cabin puMicngeiW Ho -us
informed that umltur had
beon already settled by
a resolution pabsed in lm al.bf nc.
Thoy would not b lHiw1 to
land until flio full eriod of 18
days had passed from tbn time of
leaving tho last infected port.
Tho attention of the Bnatd
was urawn to tno lact tost no re
ports had been received from Drs.
Howard and Hildebrand on tho
vaccination of school children.
Tho Board concluded it would
liko to know something about it
and the secretary was instructed
to notify tho two physicians" to
duuu iii lujjuna.
Tho matter of vacoinatine child
ren in tho Kindergarten schools
was also brought up but not acted
A lettoi from B. F. Dillingham
in relation to tho pvopoRod ceme
tery nt llalawa was road but
action defetrod until tho
required land has boon secured
by the government.
President Smith then said:
"There nro two or three littlo
matters I would like to bring up
in executive session," and, turn-
lOJT 1)18 Itfirl tnuMirrl th p.
porleis, continued, "ou fellows
will have to leave." Upon n
goueial demuiror being put in by
tho repoiteis Mr. Smith continued:
"You fellows wouldn't kick if you
saw how nowspaperuton wero fired
out of tho executive sossions of
tho United States Souato." As
tho principal matter to bo brought
up in bocret sossion had been al
roady published in tho Eveninh
Bulletin tho writer did not feol
very bad ovor being fned out.
We've ;ot tho mon, wa'vo got
At least we think we've got 'om,
For to tho hour ot going to press
.No more had hit tho bottom.
"ltiii't ho a funiij' insect'"' snid
Wull'o, looking nt tho contiperlo
as it wnlUcd ncroas tho lloor.
"Awful luiiny. Jjookslikeu pnindo,
doesn't li0'" suici Mollio. "Vos,''
replied Wullio. "Elct must linvo
been well diillod to mutch eo
"At lfnr," s.id Mm ono wlio
was infilling with liini, "yon must
..(1 lull iu.il ti.o ilvutugu or iuuuu
vity is on tho increu-o.'' "Of
oouifio," s.iid tho cuiifnnifrl j)oHi
miHt. "Tho pcoplo aro gotting ?o
blnimd poor that thoy can't hiio
don't IiuIipvd it if jod for
to CMiry it cold lunch. !
you, uoctorr "What doos he
cany?" Fivo Imrdbnilr-d ogR
mid miiico pie." "That's ull
r- .. --,-..
riRht." "Don't you think a hints
him to carry n luiu-li to sdwinW"
Xo. (jiirrvinc ll I, mini iu u......
hint comes in."
In a fow da's we will
rrcjmrocl to show tho public
the finest lino of thi
goods ever brought to
lust tho Houson
ft om 5 to S yours,
thuy woro fair baigaina.
At Th roo Dollars
tlioy nro prc-oininoiit:
: Waraloy Bloct
9 Hotel Street
We Make Shirts to Orilor.
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Htcninors of the above Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC BAIL WAY
Between Vancouver, I). 0., nnd Sydney, N. 8. V nnd calling nt Viotorin, 13. 0.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A.I3E 3DTJ-B AT laronSTOLXJ-XjTJ"
On or nbout tho dntcs below stated, viz.:
From Syilue ftiift Stivn, for Victoria nnd i From Victoria nml Vancouver, It. Ctf Co
VmicintTer. It. C.I 1 Sinn And Silllnyt
Stmr'MIOWCHA" April 2J ' Stmr "MIOWEKA" Mny 10
btmr "WAKltlMOO" May 2 Btmr "WAWUMOO" Juuo 16
Stnir "MIOWKKV" June 2 i Stmr "MIOWEHA" July IS
Stair "WA11KIMOO" Jnly 2 T Sttur "WAltHIMOO" August 16
Tiirotigh Tlcltots issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States nntl Kurope.
FlifilOHT AM) 1'ASSENOElt AOENTS:
D. SIoNtcoMi, Montrcnl, Cnnnda.
ltonunT Knnit, Winnipeg, Cnnndu.
51. 31. Sikiin, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
O. Hot. LnowN, Vancouver, H. O.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australian Mail Service.
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For San Francisco:
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Conipnny will
be dne nt Horolnlu from Hjdney nnd
Auckland on or nliout
.April '-20, 1807.
And will !ene for the nbovo port with
MftUB mm l'nsjocgers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New nnd Fino Al Stce Steamship
" Moana "
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo dno at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
May G, 1 897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Fasscngcrs for the above ports.
Tho undersigned are now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tyFor furthor particulars regarding
Freight or Pnesflge apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from U. h
April 27. 1897.
May fi, 1S97
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Ban Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Moana. May 0, '07 I Alameda, Ap 29. "97
Alameda, Juno 3, '07 Mariposa.My 27, '97
The Hotel Street Tailors.
A Porfeet Fit Guaranteed.
Oceanic SteamsMp Co
EST" For Freight nnd 1'nRRngo nnd nil
General Informntiou, npply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for thellnwnnnnTHlnnds.
Wife's Steamship Co's
0. L. WIGHT, Prcs. 8. II. HOSE. Set.
uapt. J. A. KINO, TortSupt.
Will leave- Honolulu at 10 a. m., touching at
samo day; Mahukona Kawaihaffand Lau
paUochoe the followinB day, arriying at
Ililo tho (.amo oveuiug.
JAVBS HONOLntD. I ABniVKg HONOLULU.
Ttitsday .. .AmiI27 I I'ridny.. ...April 23
"y"'v . .Jinjr in i-nday . Moy 14
triclay... .May 23 TnesJay ..May 25
nAllirfltnn tll 1. mi
t. M.. toUcLlnir nf T.o...,!.-l.- ....
kona and Kawaihao aaiio day; ilakena
.vi nr V K "uuoiuiu mo at ernoona
of luesday Bnd Fridays.
I Jlr ca" at rohoikl, Tuna.
OT"No Fieight will be received alter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 6 p m i
.nCl"8 atKaJ""i. Hanaf Ilamoaani'
Kipahnu, Maui. Iteturniug arrivw ,1
HonolnluSundav morning. B "
ofYa'ch Cmo1nthtUn KaUpo' on Moona "p
P.n1aayoJafiilmp:U,l,0 " ""
This Company will reserves tho riant U
Svi oW '", lUe l'"uv ot Irtn and
fJ-n 0f. u 8(camt' without notice and
It will not bo responsible) for any conse
quences arising thorofrom.
OonsiBiioes must bo at tho LandiacsU
F?MfUtlUt thiH CompnnygwU
Lho stock only at owner's risk.
Jills nnmnantr -u.ili i i ...
for Money" or Valuables o7 '
unless placed iu the care of 1'ursert
tickets beforo oiubarkmg. Thoo failinc to
do bo will U subject to an additional
charge of twonty-live per cent.
Real Estate Broker.
203 Merchant Street.
Uoute and Lot, 70x155 ft., on No. 71
Vmng street; parlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchen
Lot on Wilder avenue 100x300 ft., fenced.
Lots on hinan and l'iikoi streets.
Furnished Itoonis within livo minutes
walk from the Tost 0fflce. Also other
House on Ttrnvtmiia ct.i t . ,
street; 4 rdoms.dlninc-rooni.kiteb-n, bath-
IIoubo ou b-.liool tUttt; pillar, Buer.ol
b rooms, kltylin,, p,try. intlioiw and
Btablo formerly occupied by Hon. W. H.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Ibliiud Otdois aikuiltd to with (iisiuiich.
AH work carefully nnd nronintly ex.
i fT ,",u ,' bmith t"r,)et wi"' Kmnel
Kiiholookalani l'ua. Itesideuce: l'nlama
Hawaiian Suda Works
are prepared to furnish Privato Tami.
lies with a really Good, l'ure Soda
iu tho Keu lluttlus.
Belfast Ginger ' Ale.
t3i. Telephone 0U2, at Sunny South.
601 1 in
Real Estate and Commission ' Agent.
Btock llroker. 1'iro and Life In
surauco. Campbell iilock, 'JOIJ Mwchnnl Strutt,