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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I, 8ATUUIUY, JANUAIIY 20, 1900
COIN FOR INFECTED GOODS
Real Estate and Insurance
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
A . Time for
With the rush of Holiday Trade over, we have
more time to devote to your eyes; and beg to
remind you that our facilities for eye work has
With the most approved testing apparatuses,
combined with a perfect knowledge of eye
troubles, we claim to correct eye strain com
pletely by prescribing proper glasses where
such are needed.
Where glasses are not needed we cheerfully
tell you so.
(' HAWAIIAN SONGS
40 Selected ones for $3.00
-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Comer Hotel and Alakea Streets.
EX MOHIOAN, j
Splendid Consignment of Surreys, Plirotohs,
Buggios, ltond Oarts, and Harness.
Spooially Soleoted for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
V- W. "WIfclGHHT.. Prop'r. .
V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
A.TJLf IIAVB. THEIR. ILLS.
REMEDIES MADE WQHN & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of World-wide Fame, will
OT7:R.:m : those :ills.
Money Is Saved by Investing in Pottle'6 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- Salvo- for Sore Eyes,
Vermin Soap for Dogs, Sneep, Cattle, Horses, Shrubs and Tree
l-Thls is only a partial IlstOf you don't what you want ask , t
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Agent for the Hawaihn Islands.
'Optician and Jeweler.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. In the
matter of the Bankruptcy of Simpson
Decker of Honolulu.
Upon reading and filing the petition of
Simpson Decker o Honolulu, Oahu, alleg
ing that more than six months have elaps
ed since he was adjudicated a bankrupt,
and praying for a discharge from all his
It is ordered that Friday January 26th,
1900, In Alllolanl Hale, Honolulu, at 10
a. m. of that day, at Chambers, be, and
the same Is hereby appointed for the hear
ing of said petition, at which time and
place all creditors who have proved their
claims against said Bankrupt may appear
and show cause, If any they have, why
the prayer of said Bankrupt should not be
By the Court:
P. D. KELLETT, JR.,
Honolulu, Jjnuary 9, 1900. 1423-9!
METBOPOLM HEAT GO.
108 KJNG STREET.
. rVALLER, : : MANAGED
Wholesalo and Retail
BEST OP MEATS.
Families desiring tendor roatita,
Juloy steaks and chop should
cl on the
Central Meat Market
We make a specialty of family trade
and sell the best at reasonable
214 NuuanuSt. Telephone 104.
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
EL GK BHAJRT,
404K fort Street.;
Concci! of State Discussed the $200,
Mr. KauMou's Amendment Committee Calls
on Board of Health -Will Meet Again
Today and Act.
At the meeting of the Council of
Stnto yesterday afternoon there were
present: President S. U. Dole, Minis
ters n. A. Mott-Smlth, Alex. Young, S.
M. Damon nml John Nott, V. C. Aclil,
A. O. M. Hobcrtson, J. Lot Knulukou,
M. A. QonBalves, I. C. Jones, C. Uolte,
A. V. Gear.
After Secretin y llolto had his nilii
utcs of the previous meeting con
firmed, President Dole called on tho
Minister of Flnanco to submit the busi
ness for which this meeting was called.
Minister Damon read tho resolution
of wholesale merchants relating to de
struction of mcrchamllso from Infected
districts, published In yesterday's Bul
letin, also tho minutes of tho Executive
Council containing a resolution, passed
nt tho Instance of tho Hoard of Health,
to call a meeting of the Council of
State and nsk this body to appropriate
$200,000 for the settlement of claims
on account of merchandise destroyed In
tho interest of the public health.
President Dole recited the reasons of
fered by the Hoard of Health for the
proposed action. It would suvu much
trouble and expenso in taking cntc of
goods, which had proved In vuln so far
as preventing infection wnasconccniert.
A source of danger to the men hnndling
tho merchandise would be removed.
The men would bo released for urgent
work In building places of rcfugo and
detention. As to the power of tho
Council of Stnto In tho matter, tho
President construed tho constitutional
provision ns placing no limit upon this
body, under tho head of "pestilence"
alike with other matters of emergency
Minister Cooper urged the passage of
the bill. They were face to foco with
one of the most serious crises In tho
history of the country. It was most de
sirable Hint all the Inhabitants of Chi
natown bo removed ns early as pos
sible. Cnses of Infection had been
traced to the hnndling of merchandise
from the Infected districts. It was ut
terly imposslblo to properly disinfect
the merchandise crowding warehouses
to tho ratters. They ought to be de
stroyed. Mr. Jones, on being Informed that
tho expenditures would bo mmlo under
tho supervision of the Executive Coun
cil, spoke of the great responsibility ho
felt as n Councillor in facing the ques
tion. Tho proposed nmount would
bring appropriations by this body for
suppression oj tho plnguo up to nearly
hnlf a million dollars. When the
tioublo was over they might bo criti
cised for having acted In hasto. Never
theless, tho situation was most serious,
their fellow-beings being taken by tho
pcstllenco day after day. In tho caso
of n young white woman seized tho pre
vious day, he learned from the papers
that infection was traceable to goods
that had been fumigated. Therefore,
he moved that tho bill pass.
Mr. Achl raised n legal point ns to
the authority of tho Hoard of Health
to destroy goods without paying for
Mr. Cooper replied that tho burden of
proof was on tho Board to provo that
goods it destroyed were infected. The
responsibility on tho Board was too big
a contract, henco it asked for this re
lief. Mr. Robertson asked If it was the In
tention to destroy goods In brick build
ings, that had not been condemned.
Minister Coooper believed It was not,
as the goods in such buildings were
considered less likely to be infected.
Mr. Robertson was further Informed
that tho rough valuation of goods from
condemned buildings was $300,000, tho
amount asked for being calculated as a
reasonable compromise. Tho speaker
was not satisfied that tho Information
on tho subject was sufllclently definite
Mr. Byown suggested and then mov
ed that ono or moro members tt tho
Board of Health bo "requested to ap
pear before tho Council to answer ques
tions. This was seconded.
Mr. Knulukou moved In amendment
that tho bill bo referred to a commlt-
teo of tho Council of State This was
ruled out of order by tho President.
Mr. Brown's motion carried, and n
messago wob sent to tho Board of
Mr. Gear nt this point seconded tho
motion of Mr. Jones to pass the bill,
when Mr. Kaulukou renewed his
amendment to refer to a committee.
Tho nmondment carried and tho
President appointed Messrs. Kaulukou,
Jones and Robertson.
Adjonrned until 2 o'clock Saturday.
American Messenger Service, Ma
sonic Tcmplo. Tel. 411.
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BOiTON.
iETNA Fire Insurance Cokpani
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to purchase and ! ot
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Loam Negotiated. Eastern and Foreign Stocka
403 California St.,
Son Frnnclsco, Cnl.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
OT Wetrul May or La .'ileal Estate it
til puts of the group.
tW We will Sell Properties on Beasoc
ible Commission! .
OFFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
P.-wU, $5 each.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LKT.
Real Estate Transactions
' Subscribers are furnished with from hw
to six lints per week, giving an aoooraU
taoord ot all deeds, mortgages, leases, it
leases, powers of attorney, eto., etc, whirl
tre placed on record.
iobscrlptlou Price, 92.00 per Msntl,
A. V. G-EAR,
Jndii Building, Honolnin
F. W. THRUM,
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
OHAS. J. TALK,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
Membor Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301, Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OCTIONBER AND BTOUK BROKIK
No. 43 Queen Btreit.
Expert Appraisement of lies)
Striate and Furniture
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Hawaiian Stock Eichangt.
Mclncrny Hlock, Fort Street.
P. E. B. STRATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agent and Collector.
LlncolnlBlock, 639 King stroet.
imI Ttlephont 641.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stools and Bond Broker.
Member of tht Honolulu Stock Eichangt.
Office Queen streot, opposite Union
Telephone 500. P.O. B01 it.
JAS. F. MORGAN
Maobai ol Honolulu Stock Eichange,
Ttlephont it. P. O. Boi 5M1
Gonoral Manager ot
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
O! the United State tor the Hawallaa
Oreuai llerehant itmt, Honolnlvi
W. G. Irwin & Go.
.Western Sugar Refinery, Co., Dl ,.
Francisco. ' , .
Baldwin Locomotive Worka M
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nal
Cnno Shredder) .Now York, U. M.
. unianut & uo'b Chemical F;
Alex. Cross & Sons, high rra
tlllzers for Cnno and CotTa.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALH
Farafllno Paint Co's P. & D.
ana rapcrs; Lucol and
oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a c61d water paint?,
wulto and colors. "
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
and Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKB,
Tht Ewa Planlatl. n Co.
15 Srl,,luV Awlcultuial Co . IM.
Tha Kohala Sugar Co.
Tht Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tha Koloa Agricultural Co,
Tht Fulton Iron Works. St. Louis. Mo.
Tht Standard Oil Co.
Tht Go. F. Dlakt Steam Pumps.
Tht New England Lilt Insuranct Co.ot Itltti
.Tnt tna Flrt Ins. Co. ot Hartford, Ctta.
Tht Alliance Assuranct Co. of London.
Agents for tho California and Orient
tfm. 6. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin, President and Managi.
Clans Sprcckcls VtcoPrealdamu
W. M. Olffard.. Second Vice Preside
II. M. Whitney, Jr Troaa. and Baa.
Geo. J. Rosa : Audltofc
Aactns or in
3UEANI0 STEAMSHIP C0MPUJT
OP BAN KIUNOIBOO. OAX.
BREWER CO., Ill,,
Queen stretl, Honolulu, H. I
Hawaiian Agricultural Company. American Steal
Company. OoSala Sugar Plant. Co , Onomta Sim
Co.. Hnnotmi Sugar C., Walluku Sugai Co . Malta
Sugar Co . Haleakala P.rch Co . Molokal Rancil
Planter s Lint San Vt isco Pact ( has. Brwta
ot Co.'s Lint ot Uostun Packets
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooko, Prosldent; George H.
Robertson, Manager; E. K. Blahop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Audit ir; 1'. C. Jones, H. WaUr.
uuumi, uwi. n. carter, mrectorn.
M. PHILLIPS k CO..
Hboletule Impottera and Jobbers
laropan and American Dry
a and Qnoon titreets.
H. HAOKFELD &C!0.,Lte:
(ENEB&L COMMISSION AGoHTf,
Oor. Yon nnd Qqeen Streets Honolulu
JOHN H. SOPER
M mill Boud Broker.
110 Moroliant Stroet.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR jVA
CHINERY of evory capacity and Ot
scrlptlon mado to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for IrrlsaUoa
purposes a specialty. Particular atUa.
tlon paid to JOB WORK .and repalra
executed at shortest notice.
IS the foretaste of the whole day. Spoil
that and we probably spoil all,"
Be sire the coffee Is good, and thtt-llt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone xto. 1 1 1 Fort St.
112 Hotkl Street.
KAPACALABASlinS, LEIS, NA
TIVE HAToYHUIiA SKIRTS, NUHAU
MATS,0?ANS, SHELLS SEEDS, Eto.,
noMBslADE POT, consUntly bnhand.
Telephone 7N H20-6ni