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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, U. I., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 11)00.
FOR TEMPORARY HOMES.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.T, f'.Alkliismi nnd Allien r.JiuM tr
Comisli"v,ii at Law.
OIUco UM.T liUliop iM C'o.'k Klllk, iii.
KhwIhhiibiih am) Merchant t reels.
T. MoOAXTS STEWAllT,
Oounpollor at Law.
Vugr"- HIiM'k.nppfwItoCiitlinlloC huH-li
Fort street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
H2 Telephono 1122
508 Jiuld Building. TcU'plionc 21 ;
ffRunnniCK W. 11a'ki:y,
IS Morclwit street, npp. HMiopV ItmK
Honolulu, II. T.
CHARLES F. PETERSON
A.ttoi'iiey at Law and
7?, 0. A0111. Knock JoiiNhON.
Attorneys ami Counselors!
Otflco No. JO West King strict.
Tolopiioiiii 8S I. 1
F. 3U. BROOKS. '
Attorney at Law !
SprcKels Uulldlng, Tort Street,
5. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED to the Juddj
""R. WALTER HOFFMANnT ,
Jr KETANIA STREETS, (opposite tlio '
alco Hour: S to 10 b. m.; 1 :o .1
in.; 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays: 8 to 11
m. TeleplmiSlOP. O. HoxJSOl.
JH. V GORDON H0DGINS.
iCJi AND RICSIDKNCL', GKDGi:
CGTTAGK, corner Hotel nnd Richards
streets. Ofllco Hours: 0 to 11 ; 2 to
i, 7 to 8. Tolnplinno 033. liMfl
WILL RESUME PRACTICE
-n Jan. 15th, on SJ100I street, between
Emma anJ l-'ort.
Hours: yio a. m.. 2-4 p. 111 , 7 s P. ).;
SunJ.ivs o-to a. m. ijC'
DR. I. MORI,
1 16 Beret.inia street, between E111111.1
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Box 843.
OlHco Hours: 0 to 12 a. 111. and 7 to t
f nv Win dnvH. n to 12 n. in. 1229
A.. C W A1VL, D. JJ
O J3. WALL, D. D. S.,
Sow LovoN lluIldlng,-rort Stroot.
A. It HOAVAT,
(1). V. S.)
Ollke at the Club Stable
FQKE & CO.,
Supply every variety of Cut Flowers and
GrowInR Plants. Sprays, Bouquets and
Funeral and Wedding Floral Designs sup
plied on short notice.
Office.icorner Fort street and Chaplain
Lane.'oppos" he Catholic Mission.
A GOOD THINQ
4 X7--8 O
Ohia, Algeroh and Fine Firtwcp
Oat and Split (ready for the Stove)
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH GQA
WHITE AND BLACK BAND
Lowest Frioes, delivered to any par
31 Queen Street,
Situated on tlie east side of
Kalihi Valley. Tho view to
Pearl Harbor is the best in
tho city of Honolulu. Tho
soil is very deep; no stones
or rocks on tho place.
"Water will lie laid hoforo
purchasers are ready to build'
1 A spaco will bo set apart,
'in memory of the Princess
1 Kaiulitni, for a park.
The lots will bo sold at tho
lowest prices in tho market,
with which other roal estate
agents win notaiioni to com
pote. 1 Applications for lots will
be received at our otlicc, and
will lie given preference of
chosing lots in the order they
For further particulars ap
IO WEST KING
October 4II1, iSog. .
Keep.s constantly on hand "
, , , , . ,
ituaeuaier s rami ana express
Wagons, Dump Cat Is, Drays,
&c. Also, a full line of Car
1 iages and Harness.
MILLINER trom PARIS.
M3 POST ST
SAN rT?AN CISCO CALIF.
532 Fort Street.
Best on the Islands
tvvke dally to any
at 12 cents
Dollvered In lany quantities to suit.
Leave your orders at BTAK TV THY,
or TELEPHONE 103.
Ttlephones toSi & (. P. O. Boi r
0. H. BERREY, : Manager.
-Difficult Collections a Specialty.
1 MME. AUGER
(Continued from pngo 1 )
mado of his people 1 cleaned from qunr
nntlnc, when tlie would bo pi evented
from letuiuing to their former hnbltn
llonn In the Infected district
W. V Allen onld It was useless to
tiilnk of nllowlng the people to lcly on
(ho hospltnllty of their own friends.
Already the lodging houses of Chinese
nnd Jnpnncsc outside the Infected linos
were so ovcrctowded us to demand snnl
tary Inspection. Ho was In favor of
establishing hiiinll enmps. Isolated from
each other enough to proent danger of
mutual Infection, wheic the people
could have refuge until they could set
tle down In permanent locations.
Jlr Coolio told of Information given
111 111 by n pioinlucnt Chinaman, as to
bow the people ejected from condemn
ed houses In Hongkong were protected
from Idleness nnd want.
Air. Thurston spoke of a meeting of
tho Legislature, Impossible to be hud
while nuatnntluo lasts, 11 s uccessno to
carry out elllclent measures.
Jlr Dine said tho Oovernment was
eiy much In tho dark as to tho power
ot convening tho Legislature, espeelal
1 since tho action of Piosldrut lie
Klnley In stopping the holding of a
Mr dear, refonlng to the resolu
tions of the Chamber of Commeiee 10-
commcuded tho destiuctlon of China
town nnd tho adoption of an air space
ordinance, argued tho advisability ot
providing temporary dwellings In dif
ferent camps or settlements for hous
ing tho refugees.
Mr. Thurston suggested, to bilng the
matter to n head, that the President
nppolnt n committee of as many mem
bers as he pleased, whoso duty It
should bo to ascertain the probablo
number of each nationality affected
who were llablo to becomo thrown on
the care of the lommunlty.
Minister Damon approved of the Idea
of having separate camps. Ho doubted
the power of the Government to pio
vldo for tho people released.
Mr. Sclmefer Insisted on tho neces
sity of protecting the unfoitunatc ones
Tho proposal for an Investigation of
conditions was adopted.
President Dole advised another con
ference next ilny, to which the lncstl
gatlng commlttco should report Also,
tlmt n beparato commlttco bo appoint
ed to report on sultnblo locations for
tho proposed enmps. On Mr. Cooke's
motion It was decided to havo 0110
executive committee. It to apportion
tho work between nub-committees.
Minister Young suggested that tho
location should bo sought with n view
to enabling tho Inhabitants to pursue
their Individual callings. OthcrwlBO
they would becomo n burden on tho
community. Referring to the agitation
against "shacks," ho said neither tho
Minister of tho Interior nor tho Super
intendent of Public Works had tho
power to prcent their erection. If
they compiled with certain require
ments of strength, etc., the permits
The President appointed tho followi
ng as the executive (ommlttec of
W. P. Allen. .1. V. Cooke, V. W. Mc-
ciiohney, a. v. oenr. v. m. swanzy. c,
. Wight, 13. P. lllshop, W. M. Clffanl
and T. .1. King.
Adjourned tit 1:10, when the
mlttec held n meeting nt the
fcamc "A HHAHT AS STURDY AS AN
nut what about the blood which tho
heart must pump nt tho rate of TO
times a minute? If tho heart Is to be
sturdy nnd tho nerves strong this
blood must bo rich and pure. Hood's
Sarsnpnrllla makes sturdy hearts bo
eauso It makes good blood. Ir gives
to men nnd women strength, confi
dence, courngo and endurance.
Hood's Pills aio nou-Iriltnllng nnd
tho only cathartic to tal;o with Hood's
Superstition Didn't Work.
Boston, Dec. 20. A patty ot Hebrews
who had lost two friends who were
drowned In (Julncy bay on Saturday,
mado an attempt to find a trace of the
bodies yesterday according to tin old
custom. They took their stand on tho
Hull shoro nt n placo where It was
known tho two men had put oft In u
boat nnd taking n loaf ot bread from
Its wrappings tboy set It nlloat In tho
water with n red candle nllamc set into
It ns n candlestick. According to tho
old belief tho bread would float to n
placo in tho water directly nbovo where
tho bodies of tho two men lay. In
stead, hovvovor, yesterday It persisted
In (mating nshoro here, and, nftcr sev
eral hours' ttlal, tho men gavo It tip
and went homo.
THE LAST CAR.
The last ears ot tho King street line
going to Wulklkl nnd I'nlnma pass the
Anchor Saloon. Tho clovcrest ralxold
glsts In tho city nro tbero always to
put you up anything you may desire.
Drop In and tnko n drop beforo you
tako tho car. Tho celebrated Seattle
beer Is to bo had hero on draught. A
full lino ot liquors, Including tho fa
mous Jcsso Mooro Whlskoy, etc., al
ways on hand. Received per Warrl
moo, Rainier Bock Beer on draught
Tho Anchor Saloon is hero to please lta
a full lino ot grapes.
plums, peaches, apples, Bartlett pears.
oranges, lemons, celory, cabbage, cau-
iluowcr, cranberries, uuruank and red
potatoes, dates, salmon flounders, hall'
but, crabs, eastern and California oys
tcrs (In tin and Bhcll,) turkeys, chick'
ens, ducks, quail, chestnuts. A full
lino of canned goods. CAMARINOS1
IIoiscr properly shod to correct
faults ot gait at tho Stockyards shop.
Thero is only ono Jesso Mooro Whls
koy in tho world and that Is cold and
pure. Lovojoy & Co. are distributors
for tho Hawaiian Tqlands.
Wednesday, January 17, ipoo, will be
observed as a National Holiday, and all
Government Offices throughout the Re
public will be closed on that day.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, January 8, 1000.
A half dozen healthy rabbits at the la
boratory of the Hoard of Health In the
HIE INFECTED DISTRICT.
Office of the Board of Health, Honolulu,
II. I., January G, 1900.
At a meeting of the Board of Health
the 5th day of January, iqoo, the follow
ing resolution defining the boundary of the
InfeJed district, City of Honolulu, was
"Resolved, That all that portion of tlie
City of Honolulu bounded by and IncluJ
Ingboth slds ofNuuanu street, Queen,
River and ukul streets, Is hereby declar
ed to be an Infected district."
C. B. WOOD,
122-it President Board of Health.
Holders of water prlvllegc.s, or thost
paying water rates, aro hctcby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
aro from G to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
I to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister ot Interior.
Honolulu, June 14, 1S9.
Pound Master's Notice of
Notice Is hereby given, that the animals
described below have been Impounded In
the Government Pound at Maklki, Kona,
Island of Oahu, and unless the Pound
Fees and Damages are sooner satisfied, will
be sold at the date hereunder named, ac
cording to law :
Dec. 3 1. 1899. 1 sorrel horse, branded
(similar to) aP on the left hind leg, and
white spot on head.
Jan. 1, 1900. 1 white horse no brand.
Jan. 1, 1903.-1 bay horse, branded
(Mmllarto) uF on the left hind leg.
Jan. 2, 1000. t black cow, branded MF
on the right hind leg, and on the left hind
leg (similar to) OB, nnd a cut on the left
ear, white spot on belly.
Jan. 2, 1900. 1 reJ cow, branded on the
right hlnJ leg, right ear split with a ring
attached, white spot on belly.
All owners of the above described ani
mals are hereby notified tint I will sell
them at puollc auction on Saturday, Jan.
20, 1930, at 12 m., If not called for before
1422 K. KEKUENE, I'oundinaster
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF
Honolulu, H. 1., Jan. S, 1900.
-U a meeting of the Board of Health
held this afternoon a resolution was adopt
eJ with relation to steamers leaving Hono
lulu for Island ports, which provides as
1. That all steamers or other vessels
engaged In Inter-Island commerce, are pro
hibited from approaching closer than 100
feet to the wharves, except by special per
mission of the Board of Health, and that
they proceed outside the harbor and re
main nt anchor during the night.
2. That no passengers be allowed to
leave Honolulu for other ports on the Isl
ands until further notice. This dots not
apply to Japanese laborers from the Quar
antine Station at Maullola to the steamer
without communication with the shore, or
0 cabin passengers who have been trans
ferred directly from foreign steamers In the
stream to the Inter-Island steamers with
out communication with the shore.
3. That shipment of food and fodder
materials be allowed only when same are
transhipped from foreign vessels lying In
the stream (without having touched the
4, That shipment of the following
articles, not liable to Infection be permitted
from the port of Honolulu under super
vision of the Board viz.:
Cofn in bags (after boiling or disinfec
tion), Lime, Machinery, Coal from vessels
In harbor only, Bricks, Portland Cement,
Sugar bags (when same are disinfected by
steam or other effective means), and such
other articles as the Board may deem
C. B. WOOD,
U23-3t President Board of Health.
Joseph Goo Kim and Chang Chau have
this day been appointed reporters and col
lectors Ifor the Hawaiian Chinese News
Company. Bills signed by either of the
above parties will be sufficient receipt. W
H. Crawford having left the Company's
employ Is no longer authorized to collect
on Its behalf. 1423-iw
f Incorporated Under the Laws I
lop the Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
CitAS. M. CooitH, Prosldont.
P. C. Jones, Vlco-1'rosldcut
C. H. Cookic, Cashlor.
F. C. Ati-uoton, Assistant Cashier,
V. W. Mncfarlano,
E. D. Tonnoy,
T. A. McCundloss.
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, nnd will
carofully and promptly nltond to all
buslnoss connoctod with banking en
trusted to II. Soil and purchaso Foreign
Exchango, issuo Lottors of Crodlt.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT I
Ordinary nnd Torm Doposits rocolvod,
nnd Interest allowod In accordanco with
rulos nnd conditions printed in Pass
books, coplos of which may bo had upon
Tlie first Amman Bank
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of tho
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vlco-Presldont
W. O. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. O.
Cooper and II. M. VonHolt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco Tho Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chlcngo Tho Merchants Loan nnd
Now York J. & W. Sellgman & Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-Cnllfornla
Paris Soclctlo Gcncrale.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong nnd Yokohama Tho
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank of Aus
Canada Bank of Montreal.
Berlin Gcrbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit Issued on all parts of tlie
O. G. TRAPHAGEN,
223 Merchant St,. Honolulu,
Between Fort ami Alakea,
Telephone : : : 734
O. A. Howard, Jr. Robt.F. Train.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite 7. MoJel Block, HONOLULU, OAHU, II. I.
P. O. Box 703. Telephone 989
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, Merchant street.
119 King St.
OJIIRCH AND SOCIETY WORK.
Supported by Voluntary Contributions.
FREE TREATMENT to tho Poor of
For information as to cards of ad
mission and to tho sorvlco, otc., oto,,
PPly Rt tho
Third Floor, I'rogreta Block,
Subscriptions may bo loft 'with J. F,
Hock fold, L. C. Abies or Dr. Sloggotr.
Ww. 0 Ij.wui
lllang pueekelg uo,
San Francisco AgenttTnr. Nevada
National Hank op San FnANoisoo.
San Francisco Tho Novada Natlona
Bank of Sun Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of London
New Yonit American Exchange N
Chicago Morchants National Bank
Paws Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Drosdnor Bank.
Honkono And Yokohama Honkong A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zhaland and Australia BanV
of Now Zealand
Victoria and Vancouvhr Bank c
Mr! (lull Nnrlll Amor!....
Transact a General Bailing anilEicliaiie Ensues
"i1" ivcceiyea, L,oans made on Ap
proved Becnrlty. Commercial nnd Trave'ert
Credits Iminnri. mil. ..r v..i .!..:
tnd told. OUK"'
COLLiOTiowa Pbomitlt Aocqpwtkd Foa
ummQj? & a,
; ; Savings Doposits will b
received and interest allowed by kiln
Bank at four and ono-balf por cent
por annum. Tho torms, rules and
regulations of tho Hawaiian Postal Sav
inga Bank havo boon ndoptod as far at
U Is practicable to apply thoin, and the
Cash Resorvo of $50,000 as required nn.
der tho Postal Act will bo maintained.
Printed coplos of tho Rulos and Keg
illations mayboobtalnod on application.
BISHOP de CO.
- Established 1853
3s:e3:.f cSc co.
Transact a General Bankinp
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ble in all the principal citiei
f tho world.
Interest allowed after Jul)
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 por cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
. Loan Association.
Assets, Dec. 31, 1808, $116,803.36
Money loaned on approved socurlty
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install,
Eighteenth Sorloa of Stock Is now
Officers: T. p. Tj,m.i.,o. u,,.,.i.i .
S. B. Roso, Vice-President: 0. B. Gray!
Treasurer; A. V, Gear, Socretary.
Directors: T. F. LansIng.S.B. Rose,
A. V. Gear, A. W. Kooch, J. G. Roth-
wen, nenry tsniitn, J. J. MoLeau, J. D.
Holt, C. B. Gray.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:30 1:30 p. m.
Tjje VoohBrna Specie Bank;
Subscribed Capital 24,000,00 yen
Paid-up Capital 12,000.000 yen
Rcservo Fund 7,500,000 ye,n.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchango, issues Drafts
nnd Letters of Credit, nnd transacts
a general banking business.
Oo FId Depoilt for monthi, 4 per cent 1. e
On Fixed Deposit lor 6 montse, iU "
On Fixed Denoili lor 1 . 1
By the Head Office, t Yokohimi, on Current De
, poill.i t-iosenperdey. '
0 Fixed Deposit lor n monthi, jK per cent p. ,
New Repnlillc Bnlliing, lifting SL, Honolnli
The . . .
Cor. Alakea ft Halekanwlla Bti.
Has a large assortment ol
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hand,
Estimates given for honae wir
ing and Eleotrioal plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty?
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