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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. T., AUGUST 19. 10M
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vlco 1b what wo depend upon to got It.
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Driving Ilorsos, single or double warm
Thoy aro in good condition and will b
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(Old Boll Tower).
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Roofs Put In Order
By competent workmen.
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Hop Beer Dopot, No. 11 Konia (formorl'
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Real Estate Transaction
Bobaorlbow are furnished with iroin Hi
to six HtU tier week. (iIvIdr an aoinrati
reoord o( all deed, mortRaven, bases, n
lease, power of attorney, etc, etc, wblol
are plaoed on reoord.
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and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notified
that the hours for Irrigation purposes are
from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and from 4 to 6
- ANDREW BROWN,
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by J. A. KING.
Minister of Interior
Honolulu, June 14, 1809.
Regulation for the Keeping
of Swine in Honolulu.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
held the 9th day of August, 1899, Rule 16
of the Sanitary Code was amended so that
the same shall read as follows :
"Rule 16. The keeping of swine In the
city of Honolulu within four miles of the
Postoffice Is hereby prohibited, except In
such localities as are approved by the
Board of Health."
"This amendment shalMake effect'from
and after the 1st day of November, A. D.
HENRY E. COOPER,
President of the Board of Health.
G-. S. SOMMA,
O R F II EUM B LOCK.
Hvlne retumeJ ind established myself at the
European Shaving Parlor, Merchant street, opposite
Judd Bulldlnr, I wish to call the attention ol ray old
customers ana new ones who! wish to favor us with
' MA. PIXOTO.
Formerly of the.Unlon Barber Shop,
Arlington Block, - Hotel Street.
Joseph Fernandez, Prop'r
SHOULD BE WITHOUT
A SUPPLY OF
It liiurbocomo vory popular, and is being
used by both sexes. A euro euro for
dandrutr, prickloy bout, and all skin
dlseasos. Sold by nil drugiclxts, and at
Union Harbor Shop. Rumombor tho
trado mark, "tho two faces." liowaro
Tel. 000. Bolo Proprietor.
THE HAWAII HERALD.
Vol. PUBLISHED IN HILO. No.
Is a pretty
good paper for
2,50 per an
who use its col
LIST OF HAWAIIAN FISHES
Famished By Fish Inspector David Ke
lliplo ol the Fishmarket.
Flsb, Crabs, Shell-Ash and Edible Seaweed In
cluded Obtained After Careful Observa
tion and from Fisherman.
Fish nspootor David Koliipio
has kindly furnished tho BuLLE
TIN with a list of Hawaiian fish
that can bo prepared in various
ways to suit the tnsto,for the tablo.
In this list is included fish, crabs,
shell fieb and edible seaweed.
b'ajH Mr. Keliipio: .
" In this table I have begun
with tho letter 'A and put all the
names in alphabetical order, as
A Akulo, ahaaha, aha, a'ua'u,
a'u, a'uku, n'ulepa, amaama, anae,
awa, awa-kalamobo, nwri-aun, oho
lehplo, alalaua, aweoweo, alaihi,
alaihi - kaliilod, aqao-nu'i, awela,
aloiloi, aku, noooa, a'ea'o, aawa.
aawa-lclo, amoomoo, anihaloa, ahu-
luhulu, aku - kinau, alamoo, ahi
rnabaoo, nhi-kihikihi, ahi palaha,
ahi poonni, ahi maoli.
Iu liB, enonuo or nonuc.
I I'd pa'te, iheiho, i'a ulaula
uli, i'a ulaula ula, ia ulaula koa,
O Opule-lalii, opule ulo, ohua
paawela, ohua-lii, obua-nihonui,
ono - malani, ono, ohua - palomo,
ohua-aliko, ou, oio, omaka, oho,
copu buo, oopu kai, opelu, opeln
palabu, opelu-kika, opae-oehaa,
opao-kalaole, opae-huno, opao-lolo,
opae-kai, okubokuho, oila, oili
lepa, olali, oukuuku, ouiilu, oama,
U Uhu-mokaokai, ubu-paluka-luka,
uhn-ula, uhu-uli, uhu-aa, uu,
u-ba, uouoa, umaumalei, nwluwi,
uwiuwi lua, uukanipo, ulain, ulao
uli, ulae-ula, uluo-kihi, npapalu,
uku, ulua-kea, ulua-uli, ulaula,
ukikikiki, ula-ula, ula koae, ula
poni, ula papapa.
H Halalu, hinaloa olali, hina
hinalea nukuiwiuls, binalea-aki-Iolo.
eleele, humuhumu-Iii, humu-humu-moemee,
la a, hapnupnu, hilu-ula, bilu-uli,
hilu pano, bou, bauliuli, hinana,
bouu, honu-oa, honu-kahiki,
heapi, boo, boe okaiuli, bee
K Kupoupou, kupoupou-lelo,
kauwila, kapa, kowali, kawelea,
kala, kala-poloholo, kihikibi,
kawakawa, kawakawa-kinau, ke
kee, kabala-mokuloie, kabala,
kalekale, koae, kumu, kaluba,
kupipi, kauio, kole, kokala, kaku,
kupala, kala uli, kabuli, kala
ninau, kala-pala, kakalabooulu,
L Lai, laenihi, laenihi-eloele,
laenmi-koa, laubau, lauhau-kika-kapu,
laubau. wiliwili, laukipala,
laubau-kap.uhili, lupe, laumilo,
leibala, lolobau, loulu, lobe, lelei
one, laubau. mahauli.
M Mnno-lalakea, mano. mano
ibuwaa, mano-niuhi, mano-kibi
kihi, mano-paele, manini, maiii,
maikoiko, manoni, moi, inoi
mana, moilii, malolo-hapuu, ma
lolo ebeuula, rnahimabi, moano,
moano papaa, moano-ukali, mo
ano auki, moano-lebua, raalama
lamn-uli, mulnmalamn-ulu, mou
moa, mamamo, makapun, maha
rnabaoo, muheo, mu, maomao.
N Nebu, nobu, nunu, naonae,
na'u, nihnkomaka, nakea, nopili,
naia, nuku momi.
P Palahoann, palailai, pauu,
papiopio-ulua, palani, pualu,
pnknikui, paoo, paoo-lokoi, paoo
raoaua, paoo-puhi, pauihaloa,
papabapuu, pubikii, pipio, puili,
plhn, paakai-heloloi, pakii, paka,
poou, pi 1 1 koa, pohopoho, poe,
W Weltt, weko, woko ula,
Aama, olokuma, paiea, ohiki
auiuoann, obiki-elopi, kumimi,
pokipnki, pokipnki.kuapaa, poki-poki-monnu,
aloa, papa, opoapeu,
moala, kuhouu, kukuau.
Opibi, bnukouke, papaun, pu,
pumi, ina-ula, iiiu-ttli, ownku
waua, nnbawoli', pipipi, wmiii,
li'no-koleii, leho-ulii, lobo-pauku,
Idlio akala, loho kupa, pulobololio,
kuapna, vl, ploooc, kupoo. oltnlo,
iihIih, Imwao, Imlula, lollkau,
Inli.puu, loll.koko, pnlilkuuii,
okupu, plpi, olojio,
Lippepeo, lipuupuu, lipala,
limu-koko, limu-kulii, koeloole,
IoIihi, paknua, pahapaha, lirau
lipoa, pept .1 . nkitiki, palawai,
panohonoliu, wawaluw m, uanuc,
alaula, oolu, piiuoouoo, kaibee,
liruu kolm, liutu-make, limu
hieua. Yourn very truly,
L. W. KE' lino,
July, 1891). mh Iunpector.
Rainfall for July, 1899,
From Reports to tho Wcathor Bureau.
Awini (Lot G)
Awini Ranch 1 100
Kohala(Pnrnounge) . ii50
Kobala Mission 585
Kobola Sugar Go... 234
01aa( Mason) 1G50
Waiopao Ranch .... 70J
Kaupo(Mokulau Cof- .
Hamoa Plantation.. GO
Kowalo(King street) 15
Makiki Reservoir.. . 150
Kapiolaui Park 10
School St.(Bisbop).. 50
lusauo Asylum 30
Nuuanu (W.W.Hall) 50
Nuuanu (Wyllio 8t.) 250
Lt. Station) 405
Nuuauu QLuakaha, 850
Waiauao . ..1700
Ewa Plantation GO
Lihuo (GrovqFarm. 200
Liluio (Molokoa)... 300
Ilaualoi '..... 10
Records not bithorto published:
Haleakala 0 91
Kallmann 12 44
Laupahoehoo 10 05
Ookiilu 5 44
Pahala 0 00
Naalehu (1725 fl).... 4 05
Ewa Plantation 0 65
Paia ........ 1 GO
Moaula 2 fiO
KulaimiiH !l 30
Kipitliiilu 1 73
O. J, Lyons.
Meteorologist, Gov't tiurvoy,
TELEGRAPH WITHOUT WIRE
Recent Successful Experiments With
Messages Sent from a Balloon Firing Maga
zines by an Electric Spark-No
Wins lo Cut.
London, August 6. There has
boon general and widespread in
terest in naval citcles on account
of the frnH uuo o Marconi's sya
totn of wireless 'clprtphy. Nnval
manoeuvres litre fIiowu the valuo
of wireless telegraphy in war.
I'ho Rov.J. M. Tacon and Messrs.
J. N. and N. Mmkelyue rocoutly
carried out a aorios of interesting
exporiraonU in wireless telegraphy
with a balloon, which U likely to
provo oven moro valuablo to peace
As is well kuowu, the safety of
tho navigator and bis vessel fre
quently depouds upon warnings
convoyed from time lo time by
tuuud. All kinds of abnormal
deviations in the apparent direc
tion from which tho souud ouinu
ates aro noticed. In short, tho
mariner is brought faco to faco
with all tho peculiarities of atmos
pheric acoustics. The Taoon and
Maskelyno experiments wore de
vised with the object of ascertain
ing precisely what ia tho nnttiro
of these peculiarities, and what
aro the conditions under which
they aro obsetved. When theso
results have been sccurod scion
tista will be in a position to pro
vide a remedy for tho orrors men
tioned. Tho balloon ascent was made
from Newbury at 8 o'clock in tho
evening on July 27. Tbo balloon
rose rapidly, drifted awoy in the
direction of lleadiug, and was
quickly lost to sight in the clouds,
from which it did not emerge for
some minutes, when it finally ap
peared as a speck in the distance,
In the meantime Mr. N. Mask
olyno transmitted Beveral mes
sages to the occupants of the bal
loon, who gave signals that they
woro being received.
Hoavygun cotton catridgos, sus
pended bolow tho car of the bal
loont were fired from tho olectrio
station on the ground whon tbo
balloon was some miles distant,
and tboro were similar discharges
from tho electrio station, which
shook tbo grouud.
Another oxporiment was the fir
iug of a powder magazino eloctrio
ally from a distant point, without
contact, tho Griog point being tho
transmitting station botweon which
balloon communication was main
tained when tho ascent took place.
Tho object of this oxporiment
was to give a practioil demonstra
tion of tbo possibility of utilizing
tho principle of aethorio commu
nication iu timo of 'war to explode
mines and similar destructive con
trivancos, the only connection ne
cessary boing through the medium
of tbo all porvnding ether.
Tbo advantages of tbis system
aro that there will bo no connect
ing wiros to be out by tbo euomy,
nothing which could fall into their
bauds, while nothing could pre
vent communication fro n being
established at tho right moment.
Tho initial oxperimont proved a
NEW YOliK CHIMB INOllKAHlNO.
New York, August 8. Mr.
Moss, counsel for tho Mazotin
vestigating committee, opouod tbo
session of tho committee today by
stating that he would attompt to
show by tho records of the Police
Department that tboro has beoii a
large iuoroaao in the number of
robberies and burglaries in tbis
city recontly, aod that it is tlio
rosult of what has beou called tho
"wide-open" policy. Mr. Moss
said it was impossible, owing to
tho lax methods of tho polido, to
tabulato a list of tho orioles com
Mr. Mo's road from reports of
trials of delinquent o Ulcer a beforo
thoPolico Board. Ho instanced a
oasu whom flvo oflloors had been
i) barged with uegleutiug to report
iui attumplml burglary, and with
failing In tako uuy slops to appro
bond tho uilmiiialH. The case
against the ollloials had boon (Hh.
iuIhikkI with a rtipriiniiml for oauli,
Charles F, Dillon, it detective
of Mr, Moms' stall, identified trail,
scripts of the "robbery" book of
Chief Devory, which lie bad made
fr the cuiiiiiiillt'i'. A nummary
showed that from January 1, lc93,
to May 15, 1899. 1059 lobberies
wero reporioa. xin- total value ot
goods stolen was $33ti,394.
union made a comparison o
tho twi.Iitii'tli nrnnirip.l linnk nnr.
tbo chief's book. Ho pointed out
VarioUB discronnnnii'n. nnrl Hnirl
that there wss no way of discover
ing trom tno pulicu records bow
many robberies had boon com
mitted and reported to tho pnlico
witmn any given timo.
The nineteenth nropinnt tlm
tenderloin, was takon up. Mr.
uoss saiu tnat in 18'.I7 there were
210 arrests for felony in this pre
cinct. While in 1H'.)H tlinr.. worn
837. Mr. Moss explained that ho
gave tue ugnreB to show tbo in
creaao of crime in th ilhtrint
during th year. In tbo firt six
ninntii8 ot leu;; ttio number was
Mr. Moss said that many rob
beries that occurred in the pre
ciuct woro not recorded on tho
chief's books. From January 1,
lb98, up to July 1, J 899, there va
a total of 828,597 stolen money re
ported on the folony book, most
of which sum represented money
stolen from men by the women of
the tondorloin. Tho board ad
journed until tomorrow.
WOMAN IN LI;A)Q T1IK.U.
El Paso, Texas, August 7. San
ta Toresa, tho Moxicau woman
who has long been revered as a
saint by tho natives of Chihuahua
and Sonorn, and who is believed
to possess tho power of healing
the Bi'ck by the laying on of bauds,
is beliovod to bo moro or 1-hh res
ponsible for the present outbreak
among the Yaqui Indians.
Georgo Harold, nn old Texas
ranger, now a policeman of El I'a
so, says tbnt ho is confident that
Santa Teresa is responsible for
tho outbreak. Harold was one of
tho otlicers who rounded up tho
nugloaders that raided tho Mexi
can custom house at Falomsp,
Chihuahua, a fow jvnrs no
" Santa Teresa," ho says, " was
implicated in that rebollion, which
was crushed in its incipi'ncy.
Every rebel captured ou this side
of tbo lino had a picture of the
woman iu bis possession, and on
the back of the picture was iu-
scribod ono of hor prayers." ' '
Alter tuo JL'alomas raid tbo Mox
icau Govorument mado an effort
to apprehoud bor, aud she was
looked upon as a daogorous char
actor. She escaped to El Paso,
however, and remained here a
year or moro. YYbilo here she was
visited by thousands.
About a j oar ago tbo womon
disappeared from tbis locality,
and it afterward turned out that
sho bad gone to Souorn and had
taken up her abodo in tho edge of
the Yaquis villages, where she was
safo from molestation by tbo Mex
It is bolievfd that sho incited
tho Yaqui to revolt. The worn m
is described as frail and delicate
looking. She undoubtedly posses
ses great magnetic powara. Har
old and othors uro confident that
hor presenco in tho Yaqui country
had a great deal to do with tho
uprisiuc now assuming alarming
"An KntPljr Hack Cannot Hlaml
Neither can poor, weak, thin
blood nouiish nnd sustain tbo
physical system. For strength of
nerves and musoles thero must bo
pure, rioh, vigorous blood. Hood's
Sarsapirilla is tbo standard pre
paration for tho blood, and its
many romarkahlo euros and tbo
foot that it does cvary hotly good
who takes it provo it is just what
you noed it you are weak aud
Hood's Pills do not gripe. All
Souvenir Photo. Jewelry
was first introduced here by
King Bros, who represent the
manufacturer of the very best
of this class of work. A view
of their samples is invited.
Color work a specialty. Leave
your orders at KING BROS,,
1 10 Hotel street.
History of Hawaiian Islands,
fioin their ilUcovory to tliu pro
twit time, by Piof, Alexander,
The only work puliilied covering
Ibis ground. Fiirtmlo only by tlm
Golden Rule Bumr. Price l,50,
mi n M nf"