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THE EVENING BULLETIN; HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1900.
Now Styles in Iridoscont and OolorodiGlass,
BBONTTE TOILET SKT3JAND OASES,
In Baskets, Bottloa, and Balk.
Now Odors, Now Stylos.
FOR SALE CHEAP!
On Easy Terms.
BUILDING LOTS AT PAWAA.
This desirable property, bounded by Beretanla, Punaliou and King
streets, on the town side of the McCully Homestead, is now offered for
sale. Tiie extension of Young street passes through the land. An
artesian well on the premises supplies the purest water. The breezes
from Manba valley render the locality extremely healthful. The property
is on the line of cars, and the Rapid Transit cars will run through or
There is no better or more refined neighborhood in Honolulu.
For terms, etc., apply to F. WUNDENBERG,
At J. A. Magoon's office, next to P. O.
Or to J. LIGHTFOOT, on the adjoining premises.
40 Selected ones fop $3.00
Comer Hotel and
A Splendid Consignment
Buggies, Road Oarts, and Harness.
Specially Selected for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
, "W. "W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
V. FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
AXil have their ills.
REMEDIES MADE B & SONS.
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
CURE : THOSE lILLS.
Money Is Saved by Investing in Pottle's Remedies.
Black Oils for Sprains, Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
Green Lotion, great healing agent, Soothing Oils for Skin Eruptions,
Black Ointment for Horses' Feet, Electric Oils, a mild blister,
. Pottle Eye Salve for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sheep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Trees.
afipThls Is only a partial list; If you don't see what you want ask
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawalhn Islands.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
Repairing, Pang, mm g and loiifactiig
ITino Iioraoshoeinpf a Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire; Wheel Company:
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGB MANuVaCTURINGICO.
Quttn Street near Fort. 1328
of Surreys, Pure tons,
gair"aArrmifffl?aii ntilt,tfa85t& ,, -
which Is ono ot tho worst af
flictions ot tho human race, and
comes from impure blood.
torment to tho flesh, a dis
figurement to tho body, and a
drain on tho system, alio duo
to vitiated blood.
which bo dlftflguro tho akin, and
niako tho human faco dlvino
anything but thins ot beauty,
but which aro Naturo's adver
tisement of foul blood.
Is tho bcst-ln fact tlio Ono True Blood rurlflcr.
Bold by nil druggists, ill six for $5.
Hood's Pill; BCt harmoniously with
nuuu flli5 h00i1.s sarsaparilla.
Hotels and Restaurants.
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RESTAURANT.
It lias to. Our waiters are
trained) to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our chef
is unrivaled in preparation of dainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
To bo hud for tho money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Beer and Bine Dealers.
iMPOKTHnS, AND WlIOLKHALU
Vine aoi Lipr Dealers.
Agents for the Bottled Rainier Bter of Seattle.
No. 10 Nuuanu Struct
Foiter Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
P. O. Boa 137. Mutual Telephone to.
GrONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GR00EH8 AN
"12fi Qllflan HtrKCt Hnnrilnln fJ
METROPOLITAM HEAT CO.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. (Vallkh,
Wholesale uod Retail
BE8T OP MEATS.
Farallloa desiring tendor roasts,
Juloy steaks and chops should
Central Meat Market
We mako a spoclalty of family trade
and sell tho best at reasonable
214 Nuuanu St.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
4Q4X Fort Street.
Consolidatei Soda Water Co., L'd
Corner Allen J. Fort Sti., Honolulu.
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Zva.fL - r.
MEETING OP CITIZENS
A meeting of tho Board of Health
with merchants of tho city was held In
tho old Legislate o hall yesterday af
ternoon. President Wood, Geo. W.
Smith, V. M. Hatch, Dr. Day and Dr.
Emorson wcro present for tho Board
of Health while, among tho tuo hun
dred or more business men, tho ofllcers
of tho government nnd others were no
ticed tho following: President Dole,
Judgo Stanley, Judge Whiting, Judgo
Frear, Judgo Wilcox, F. S. Dodge, Geo.
It. Carter, A. S. Humplneys' M. Phil
lips, N. B. Gedgo, Henry Wnterhouso,
Frank Davcy, W. L. Withers, J. II.
Atherton, W. Hcnshall, C. L. Collins,
Itcv. V. H. Kltcat, Dr. Sloggett, Captain
Merry, J. r. Colburn, W. C. Achl, Paul
Isenborg, Wm. Blalsdell, J. T. Crawley,
i:. C. Shorey, V. lloyd, A. G. Corrca,
A. O. M. llobertson, L. u. PInkham,
J. H. Fisher, L. II. Kerr, J. O. nothwcll,
L. A. Thurston, E. F. Bishop, Bishop
Willis, It. A. Parmclee, J. 13. Oilman,
Special Agent Sowall, Franklin Austin,
Edmund Norrlc. Major Potter. French
Consul Moot, Judgo Perry, S. M, Bal
lon, F. M. Swtinzey, Dr. Burgess, Dr.
Monsarint, T. F. Lansing, A. V. Gear,
James Campbell, Enoch Johtihon, .1. K.
Kahookano, Itov. O. II. Oullck, J. M.
uat, u. Kaiser, .1. numbers, H. S,
Townsend. A. B. Wood. J. A. MtCand-
less, 13. Zuhr, T. McCants Stewart, W.
M. Oirfard, John Enn, Dr. High, L.
Alilo, T. E. Krousu and L. Schweitzer.
President Wood announced that the
public meeting had been called nt tho
Instance of some of tho citizens who
stated that plans had been dtawn up by
them looking toward an offer of ns-
sl8tnnco to tho Board. Ho further
pointed out the following as being the
two ways in which the citizens could
give tho Board most help
1. By quick detection of ca3es.
2. By appichendlng exposed persons
ucioro tneso scatter nil over tho cUy.
President Wood then culled upon S,
M. Ballou who explained that tho citi
zens had been talking mining them
selves nnd that L. A. Thurston, A. W.
Carter, Col. Fisher nnd himself had
outlined a plan of nctlon. This was
briefly outlined by Mr. Ballou. but is
nest understood by the following rogu
latlons which he read later:
Honolulu, January 15th, 11)00.
'i no loiiowing named persons nro
hereby constituted n Citizens Sanitary
Commlttco to assumo such duties in
connection with tho suppression of tho
plague as may ho assigned to It by tho
uoaru or Health:
L. A. Thurston. A. W. Carter. J. II
Fisher, J. F. Colburn, A. Perry, S. M.
Ballou, E. D. Tcnney, J. A. McCnud-
less, J. G. Itothwell. J. It. Gait.
Tho District of Konn, Island of Oalni,
ror sanitary purposes Is hereby d:Ided
Into forty districts, numbered from 1
to 40, respectively.
(Here follows tho boundaries of tho
All persona nro hereby prohlbtcd
from changing their placo of residence
from ono of said sanitary districts to
another without n. permit from tho CIt
lzens' Sanitary Committee.
Tho Citizens' Sanitary Committe.i I3
hereby authorized to appoint Inspoct
ors nnd sub-Inspectors lor each of tald
sanitary districts, with full power nad
authority to enter nil premises and
buildings therein for the purposes of
sanitary inspection of premls-js and
Tho Citizens Sanitary Committee Is
hereby authorized to do all acts and
things necessary to effectuate tho above
Tho plan Is to Inspect twlco each day
Just as In tho cholera time and It Is ex
pected that tho work will bo more effi
cient on account of the cxpcrlencu al
L. A. Thurston Bind tho tlmo bad
como for tho kind ot work which tho
Citizens' Commlttco had proposed. Tho
schools and churches should bo closed
and all meetings prohibited. People
should bo prevented from moving
about and thus Increasing tho clmnco
President Wood "This would cer
tainly bo a long step toward stopping
tho infection ol now localities. Thcro
Is great danger from servants sleeping
on mo premises."
President Dolo said ho believed tho
proposition of tho Citizens' Committee
would Increase tho efficiency ot tho
Board and relievo that body of a great
deal ot work. Certain rumors had tor
rlded a portion of tho pcoplo ot Hono
lulu. Tho nctlon of tho citizens in get
ting out and working for the suppres
sion of tho plague would liavo a ten
dency to promoto confidence.
Henry Wnterhouso wanted moro llmo
used. A certain number ot pcoplo at
the detention camp In Walukamllo
could bo employed making this dlsln
Paul Iscnbcrg was In favor of having
tho Citizens' Guard called with the idea
ot having tho members stand guard
during certain hours of tho night to
prevent pcoplo going from placo to
Judgo Wilcox "What wo want to do
Is to nvold a panic. Keep cool nnd
keep clean. Keop your servants from
going Into town. I noticed between 12
and 1 o'clock today nbout twenty
teams going out Kallhl way with goods
that ought to bo mado a bonfire of.
This shows that people aro becoming
frightened and that thoy nro moving.
Stop this kind of thing at once." (Ap
plause) J. F. Colburn said lio wanted to stand
by what ho had written In the papers.
If tho Board saw fit to burn down
buildings n commlttco of citizens
should havo been appointed long ago.
Tho thing to do was to got to work
J. B. Athertton said ho was In ac
cord1 with tho last sentiment expressed
by tho speaker, but ho did not bellevo
In criticizing what had gono by. With
this, Mr. Aiherton moved tho adoption
of tho resolutions. Unanimously car
ried. Oeo. W. Smith, as a member of tho
Board, then moved tho adoption of the
suggestions and tho appointment by
tho Board of the Citizens' Central Com
mittee whoso names nro given above.
M this Juncture President Wood de
livered over tho meeting placo to tho
citizens and repaired to tho Federal
Census Bureau to transact the remain
der of tho business.
As tho citizens wcro passing out of
the room the names of many volunteers
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIF-IC and JflRE
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. &F BOifON.
tna Fire Insurance Company
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
CiT" We wm 13 jy or I a . 3sal Estate Id
tu parts 01 tne group.
EST Wo will Bell Properties on Reason
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twoho Chlnose Granlto Hitching
Pout, $H oach.
Property In town.
noUSCS TO LET.
Real Estate Transaction
Bnbsoribcrs are tarnished with from fivt
o six Hats per wool:, gWlug an aoonrati
jcord ot all deeds, mortgages, leases, rt
eases, powers of attorney, etc, etc, wbld
ire placed on reoord.
inbirciintlon Price, 12.00 per Monti,
A. V. GEAR,
Judd Building, Honolnln
F. W. THRUM,
OM NO. 10, Sl'KECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Spoclalty.
OHAS. J. PALK,
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Boom 301, - Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CCTIONBEK AND BTOOK BROKUt
Mo. IS Queen Strett.
Expert Appraisement of Boa)
senate and Furniture.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian Slock Exchante.
Molneruy Block, Fort Btroot.
P. E. R. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agent nnd Collector.
Llncoln.BIock, - 030 King street.
Ml Telephone 641.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker.
Member ol tba Honolulu Stock Exchanf a.
Office Quoon Btroot, opposite Union
Telephone jo6. P.O. Box 7.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Membat ot Honolulu Slock Exchange,
Telephone ft. P. O, Box $M
General Manager ot
The. Equitable Life Assurance Society
Ot the United Btatea for the Hawaii
Onion 1 Merchant street, Honolnloi
i - t- - - a tjL2JL
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of a.
Baldwin Lbcomotlro Work!
Philadelphia, Ptnn., U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Natloaa
Cano Shredder), Now York, 0. B. H,
N. Ohlnndt & Co'a Chnmlcnl Fertitfav
Alex. Cross & Sons, high imiv- a
tlllzcrs for Cano and C.ntfm.
need's Steam Plp nnvnrlna.
ALSO OFFEn FOR SALE
i'arnmno Paint Co's P. & B. frwU
nnd Papers; Lucol and Llxtaa
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Iudurlne (a cold water paint. IS
whlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Lisa
nnd Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKE,
11 o rs orjj jl, u.
J! Walalua Aitflcultural Co , 111, ;
The Kohala Sucar Co.
The Walamea Sujrar Mill Co.
Tba Koloa Agrlcullural Co.
The Fulton Iron Worka, it. Lou.i, Mo.
The Standard Oil Co. "". i".
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumtt.
Walton a Cenlrlfueale
1 Nf EneUnl Lite ImurancaCo. ot Ban..
& f, ,'." Flr5 ln'-Co- " Hrtfor. Com.
rue Alliance Aaaurance Co. ot Lo idoo.
Agents for tho California and Qn'inh
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. 0. Irwin, President and Manatee.
Claua Sprockets VIcoIresIdtat
w. M. Olffard.. Second Vico Presldeat
II. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treos. nnd Baa.
Geo. J. Boss Auditor.
Commission Agent) I
laiNTS OF TBI
JUEANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAiO
OF BAN KHAN01H0O. OAJa.
BREWER k CO., IciBD..
Queen ilreet, ilonolulu, II. I
fliwalbn Actittl.ir.t n
Company. offiS "s.r Plan VS. ?SSL ISSL
Co.. Ilonomu Sugar Ca. Willuku ugai Co! MbSa
S?"V V,'."'"l, "th Co , MoTokaM RanST-Planter-t
Line San H I ico PacVat 1 h. ibSJZ
& Coa Line ol Uoun Packeta ' "'"
IJST OF OFFICERS
0. M. Cooko, Pxosldontj Oeore H.
rreasuror and Socretory: Col. W. F.
, ........, , UUUUB u rvaiar.
nouw, Geo. R. Cartor. Directors.
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
ffholeaale ImporUri and Jobbtn u
laropftan and American Dry ooo
to t and Qnaen BtrxU.
H. HAOKPELD k CO.,Ltt
IEHERAL COMMISSION ABEIW,
OorKort and Qnean Btreefai Honolaiil
JOHN H. SOPER
Stock ai Bond Broker.
11G jMorolia.it Stroot.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Tmnrnvnit nn.l w.n.in. n ...
CHINBRY of ovory capacity and !
scrlption mado to order. DoIIer worM
nnd RIVETED PIPES for lrrlgitloi
purposes a specialty. Particular atUa.
tlou paid to JOB WORK ,and npEt
executed at shortest notice.
Is the foretaste of the whole d..
that and we probablv sooll all."
He su'e the coffee Is cood. and th.itriit
LEWIS & CO.,
i eiepiione o. n i r ort at.
113 Hot. Strek,
KAPA. OAIJAIlASltl.'S rvia m.
T1VE UATS, HULA KlURTO, N1IUAU
MATS, FANS, SBELM HEKD8, Eto .
HOMKMADK POI, consunUy on hand.
Tolcphono 769 HZ'iQm
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