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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., NOVEMUUU 1. 1f?Q0.
DISPOSAL OP GARBAGD.
Minneapolis Minn., Nov. 3. At the
closing session of the American Public
Health Association today, n. resolution
was adopted nenrcratlnR the uso of pre
servatives of n harmful nature In food
Tho oHlccrs nominated Inst night
wcro duly cle ted and In addition, Dr.
Theobald Smith, of Uostou, was cho
sen for tho chairmanship of tho now
section of Chemistry and llactorlology.
Tho chotco of Indianapolis as tho next
meeting plnco was ratified. Tho pa
pers and discussion of tho mornlni;
were on tho subject of "Garbage"
Dr. Ilenjamln Lee, of tho Pennsyl
vania Hoard of Health, In n paper on
"Tho Treatment of Garbago nnd Ex-
crota In Military Camps," explained
that Men wero responsible for a largo
part of tho diseases that carry oft sol
diers and that there wero thrco things
to bo dono to prevent this banish tho
Men ns far as possible, keep them from
tho garbago nnd protect tho food from
Colonel W. G. Morso of Now York
discussed "Tho Noxt Step In tho Work
of Garbago and Waste Disposal." Ho
described tho reduction methods suc
cessfully ti3ed In Boston, Now lork
nnd Philadelphia, and poinded out as
tho Improvements now necessary these
four things: Disposing of tho waste
without ci eating u nuisance, reduction
of cost of cremating by uso of wasto It
self as fuel: separation and sale of ar
ticles that havo value and utilization of
surplus heat. 1
Thcso points ho Illustrated by what
has been accomplished by tho moro nd- '
vanccd methods used In English cities, j
MacDonough Craven, engineer In tho
New York Gaibngo and Collection nnd I
Disposal Department, read tho thlid
paper on "Wasto Disposal and Its Ad
vantages.1' Ho gave much valuablc
Informatluu on recent advances In
utilization of wnsto products In ferti
lizers nnd other derivatives.
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
IF YOU WANT A SUBSTANTIAL,
EASY-K1.MNG WHEEL, BUY A
WHITMAN & CO.,
Telephone iii. .
NOTES FROM VALLEJO. j
Vallcjo, Nov. 2. Lieutenant Com-,
mandcr C. A. Adams, United States '
Navy, for somo tlmo past tho executlvo i
ofllcor of tho United States steamship
Independence, will tako passage on
tho United States steamship Solaco for
Manila, ho having been relloved from I
duty a few days ago. Lieutenant Com- ;
mandcr Adams w 111 bo succocdcd by
Lieutenant Commander Thomas S.
Phelps, U. S. N one of the most pop-1
ular offlceis In tho American Navy,'
and a son of former Rear Admiral
Tho Philadelphia, which has been '
undcigolng repairs hero nt tho Navy ,
Yard for months past. Is now fast I
nenrlng completion, and before many
days will bo ready ror tno scn3 again,
although ut piosent sho has no orders.
Subscribers -to tbc BUL
LETIN not receiving their pa
pers promptly will confer
favor by notifying tbc Hust
ness Office, Telephone 256.
WALL, NICHOLS CC
Hawuilnn Songs. See pngu 8.
F. M. brooks, attorney, Spieckels
American Messenger Sen Ice.
HOARD your horses nt tho New King
No paint Is lire proof, but tho PECR
LESS comes nearest to It.
A rattlesnake skin purso hns been
lost Howard. Reo Lost column.
At tho election of Co. U Inst night W.
U. Riley was chosen second lieutenant.
The men of tho 39th Infantry, U. S.
V., were recruited at Fort Crook, Nebraska.
David Kca, charged with deserting
contract scrvlco, has been ordered to
return to duty.
Tho ntcnmcr Helcno will sail for
Panuhau, Papnloa nnd Lnupahoehoe
Thursday at 5 o'clock.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Kconl KIwInl wns fined J2 and cost
on tho charge of malicious Injury.
Thero will very probably bo n cricket
match between teams from Thco. II.
Davits & Co. and tho H. C. C. Saturday
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon
Holoda, charged with larceny wns sen
tenced to ono year's Imprisonment nt
Tomorrow morning a large forco of
men under M. Fogarty will commence
operations, tho mill work has been nl
Tho Underwriters' Flro Extinguisher
did not pioo a success this afternoon.
Tho chemical engine wns called out to
put out the (Ire.
Tho Bulletin Is Indebted to Albert
Tnylor for tho detailed account of tho
oyngo of the 81am, which account will
bo found on tho first page. '
Mrs. C .M. Cooko, J.- K. Farley and
wife, M. Ilrasch, Miss M. Lovcll, A. V.
Peters and O. N .Wilcox wero nmong
tho passengers for Kauai ports In tho
W. G. Hall yesterday afternoon.
Among the dcpaiturcs for Maul noita
In the Clnudlno yestcidar afternoon '
wero tho following: Dr. McKlbblnJ
Mrs. C. II. Jennings, J. N. S. Williams, '
Rev. T. Okumura nnd Rev. II. Klhnrn. j
Major Parker of tho 39th Infantry
arrived on the Olympla this morning. I
Ho Is tho olllcer who won for hlui3elf I
tho namo of Gatllng-gun Parker nt
Santiago, ho being In command of at
Tho department of tho Minister of
tho Interior announces the appoint
ment of Mr. John Otidciklrk us road
superintendent for tho district of Komi.
Islnnd of Oahu, vlto W. II. Cummlngs,
resigned. See Now Today.
Thero will be a trial of tho Under
writers' Flro Extinguisher under tho
direction of Chief Hunt of tho Flro Do- i,
nurttmnt on the vacant lot. Wist Klnc
Btreet, below tho bridge, nt l':45 o'clock '
this afternoon. Tho old building thero
will be set nilic
INHERE is where we
x s --v. , i set loeeiner, me
,Vt?AC 7J3 p?per ihoe' al the
w'Si-a- proper time.
Our new .toc! of Alen's Slippers is just opened,
and .Miows eveiylh.ny. that is new and fancy.
Hanan's new styles, are particularly attractive, and
are sure to prove winners at the coming season.
John Ouderklrk, Esq., has this day
been appointed Km J SuperviMr for tl;
District of Kmi.1, UlanJ of O.iliu, vice V.
It. Cummlngs, resigned.
Minister of the Interior
Interior Office, Nov. m. i8qi. m8-u
Mclnerny Shoe Store.
Tcndurt will lv locolved nt tho At
torney Ow-ialc Odlco till 12 o'clock
noon, on Wednesday, Km ember' 29,
.W.. for lii'ulHhlng tho Oahu Prison
for ono year, beginning on Friday, De
cember 1st, 1SW, with tho following
supplies nt such times nnd In such
nmiiitltle4 ns ma bo required.
Tho Murshnl ot such other olllcer as
he may dealgnnlo will mnko tho requi
sition, nnd all supplies will bo subject
to hit Inspection and approval.
Tho contractor will bo required to
furnish suitable bond for tho faithful
performance of his contract.
All tenders must bo distinctly mark
ed "TcmleiH for Supplies, Oahu Pris
on," Tho Attoinry GuiPinl dots not bind
himself tomtcpt thu lowest or any bid.
HENRY E. COOPKH,
Attorney General, i
Atturue ri'UtinrH OHlcc, Nov .13
60 60 60
v. SIXTY PIANOS!
-Think of it, five times mora pianos than all
f TRACT -H- i
& Bounded by Keeaumoku, Kinau,
n PHkoi and Lunalilo streets; only fc
rl III) LltlVi lw tlllUUlVVI 111 WIIW Wl lilt IIIISl wji j
dence portions of Honolulu, and in a direct line with v
?u the cooling breezes of Aakiki. J
It Lots Jo x 90 feet will be sold for the reasonable 7
price of $i,2c0. Terms. $2c0 cash, balance on in- y.
r stallments, payments to suit purchaser. k
I ' This land has a very gentle slope, and purchasers 3J
fe can immediately commence buildinii operations, t
Eaily purchasers can secure choice lorUions. J
hor l,urtner paiticuiars apply to
block Vrom the Beretania A
eet cap lineii"'5;5'si5?":55' m
ic cifivifAfl 111 Ana n( flio finder r-c5
TO INVADE CAPIi COLONY.
Pol, per lb.
Frish Meat, per lb.
Hard Ilrcad, Medium (with enso), per
Fush Urcad, per loaf.
Salmon (red), per lb.
1. 1 r
the business houses on the Hawaiian Islands put together
, could show.
These we have coming in a few days. Prices from
$250 up, on $10 per month payments.
- Everyone wants a piano for .
THE BERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
Prperess Block, .Fort St.
Sole Agents for Chlcktrlnjr, Kimball, Crown, Royal, Kroceer, Krell, Pianos.
.Aloha Collection of Hawaiian Songs.fa.
London, Nov. 4. Tho dispatches to
day show that tho forces of tho Ornncc
Fro State nro at length prepared to In
vade Capo Colony. Thcso forces nro
not overwhelming, but tho Dutch In I
tho neighborhood ot ColcslmrK and
llurRhersdorp nro. exceptionally pro-1
Uoor, and tholr support Is ovldntly ex- 1
pectcd. The objictlvo of this force of
Doers will probably bo Isaaumpoort,
ono of tho most strategic mil road
points in South Africa, which will
probably be, It Is said here, the first ad
vanced depot of hto Second division
of tho army corps. Nanuwpooi t Is un
derstood to bo well Ran Isoncd nnd able
to tako euro of Itself. Trains thenco tu
Colesburg have been almost Euspondcd.
Tho two commanders at Lidysmlth
continue to exchnngo courtesies.
White, fn rcsponso to Joubort's re
quest, Tuesday lent tho Doers an am
bulance to assist In tho conveyanco of
tho Doer wounded.
Advices from Capo Town show tho
people there aro beginning to rcallzo
the seriousness of tho situation In Na
tal. Merchants aro apprehcnslvo of
tho Hours overrunning tho entire coun
try, and It is rcnorted many havo in
structed their representatives to leave
GEAR, LANSING & CO.,
Tea, per lb.
CotTffo, Kona, in beau, per lb.
Potatoes, icr lb.
Dccns (red and pink), per lb.
Onions, per lb.
ltlcc, No. 1, per bag of 100 lba.
Dar Soap (brown), with enso, per lb.
Sugar, No. 1, per lb. t ',
Milk, per quart. '
Dluo Denim, Amoskcag, 14 oz, per yard.
Hi own Denim, Amoskcag, 14 oz, per
C(.nas, Nob. 2, 10 and 12, per yard. ,.
HlnnUets, per pair,
(.alvanlzed Iron Duckets, Nos .13 nnd
14, per doz.
Yjinl DrooiiiH, per doz.
Shoes, with buckles on sides, per doz.
California Wheat Hayi lurco bales, per ,v'
ton. ' 'I
O.Ws, per ton. v fo ' .
Hole Leather, per lb. - $ v?
1S7C 3-t ' ''jV
NOTICE TO COItl'OltATIONS. , . V
We have on hand a nice line of dust covers, to spread oer the buggy
u hen not In ue. A1m Clothes and 1-aundry Bags, Carpenter Aprons,
Canvas Hammocks, etc., etc,
Ve rrake Tents, AwhIiirs, Canopies, Machinery Co ers, .md In fact
anything In the line of cmvas work.
PEARSON & POTTER CO., Ltd.,
312 Fort street. Telephone 5G5.
F, M. BltOOKS.
'I Imnnmml meeting Of th htockhuld-. 4-4-rn , nf I
is of tho Oahu fJiwni (.'ompniiv, Ltd., LtpPliey tlZ LaW
will l held at the room 1 f tno Clminbor
U Cniiinierie iiirihiiiwiiiv, tho Wth cay'
nf Niivom'iei, 1 -1. .11 Kin. 111,
i:i7il K. UIIIt. fcVii (tur.v,
In eonfoimlly with Section 2021 of "
tho Clll Cod, all Corporations lire
heieby untitled to mnko n full and nc-
nrato ihlblt of the state of their af
falis for tho year ending December 31,
lS'.i'J, such exhibit to bo lllcd In tho In
terior Department on or before Ihe
:11st day of Jnnunry, 1900.
lllanks for this purposo will bo fur
nished upon application to tho Interior
1 Upon full tu o of any corpoiatlon to
piescnt tho exhibit within tho tlmo ro
qulied, tho Minister ot tho Interior
will, cither himself or by ono or more
tommlsuloucrH iippolntcd by him, call
for tho production ot tho books and
papers of tho corporation nnd examine
Its oflU'crH touching tho affairs, under
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, November 11, 1899. ,
Spreckels Building, Fort Street,
The roll of honor nmong the n.i
lion's defentlers Is given in On T
i 7 sy
OPERA :: SEASON :: GOODS.
-.. Miss Killean- , ,.
.Has now on view the choicest selection of.,
Hih-Class Opera Wear
WAil-nT, MARIE ; ANTOINETTE bCARl:S, and NECtiWEAlT-of the richest
dffioV tLt NewYorU and Paris fashions. HATF 'n the very latest Eastern
,tAOTpSSnMn has arrant a special department for
Coiffeurs of W latest Parisian styles.
Special cnKagcmeius may in. ...-., ,...t.. -r
My Art Department, Up Stairs,
& IS REPLETE WITH THE LATEST DESIGNS IN '&
Stamping, Drawn Work and Embroideries.
FULL LINES OF
Washable Embroidery Silks, Stamped Linens, Cushion Tops, &pM Alwayslin Stock
JLI- s o.
-, . . . Ill
Diffeirent' shades and colors in high-grade Japanese Silks. W$:$
E. W. JORDAN,
No, 10 FORT ST.
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