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THE EVENING HUT.LETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, WOO.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.L.O.AlltlnMm and AUwrtK. Judder.)
Couns"" Q ut Law.
CCUconvur llliii .v Co. "a Hank, cor.
K'""""'i '""' N ' tilunt stri-i'tH.
T. MoOA"NTS STEWART,
Counsellor at Law.
'mgress wim-m niipiwitet'wtlmlle Church
Vnrt mirppt. Honolulu. H. I.
46S Telephone 1122
R. D. SILLIMAN,
JOS Judd Building. Telephone 213,
CHARLES F. PETERSON
Attorney at Law and
W. O. Aoin. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
Attorneys and Oonnttelors
Ofloa Mo. 0 West King street.
F. M. BROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Sprcckels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
9AS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Dr. W. J, Galbraiih.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE;
"R. WALTER HOFFMANN.
faillETANIA STREETS, (opposite the
Offloe Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 8
oa. ' to 8 p. m. Sundays: 8 to 11
m. Telephone 610. P.O. Box 601.
9R. V GORDON HODGINS.
.CE AND RESIDENCE, GEDGE
COITAGK, corner Hotel and Richards
streets. Office Hours: 9 to 11 ; 2 to
-'r K ilpmnofl53. 1245
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
fT School s'reet, between Emma and Foit.
Hours: 9-10 a. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.;
Sundays g-10 a. m, 1416
DR. I. MORI,
136 Beretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Telephone 277. P. O. Box 843.
Offloe Houtrti 9 to 12 a. in. and 7 to 8
). m.; 8undayH. B to 12 a. in. 1229
1. C. WALL, L D. S.,
Now Love's Building, Fort Street.
When Yen W&qfe a Rig
RING UP THK 1
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
418 FORT STREET.
BtaMo 'Phone, 477.
Hack Stand 'Phones, 319 and 777.
Notice of Assessment.
N' tlce Is hereby given that the seventh
assessment of ten (10) per cent on the
capital stock ot the HONOLULU RAPID
TRANSIT AND LAND CO. will be due
and payable to J. H. Fisher, treasurer, 411
Fort (upstairs), Honolulu, on the 1st day
,f January. The shares upon which as
sessment may remain unpaid after thirty
days from said date, will be declared de
linquent. J. A. GILMAN,
Secretary H. R. T. & L. Co.
H'.n.i'iilu. Inn. 1, 1000. 1419
.Abbcbbincnt (Notice Wala
lua Agricultural Com
Notice Is hereby given that an assess
ment of 60 per cent has been levied upon
the 10,000 shares, new Issue, of the Wal
alua Agricultural Co., Ltd., and that the
tame will be due and payable at the office
f Castle & Cooke. Ltd., Jan. is, 1000.
Secretary Walalua Agr'l Co., Ltd.
Situated on tbo east sido of
Kalilii Valloy. The viow to
Pearl Harbor is the best in
tho city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; no stones
or rocks on tho place.
Water will bo laid before
purchasers are ready to build'
A space will bo sot apart,
in memory of the Princess
Kaiulani, for a park.
Tho lots will bo sold at the
lowest prices in the market,
with which othor real estate
agents will not afford to com
pote. Applications for lots will
bo received at our office, and
will bo given preforenco of
chosing lots in tho order they
For further particulars ap
10 WEST KING ST.
October 4th, 1809. 1343
Keeps constantly on hand
Studebaker's Farm and Express
Wagons, Dump Carts, Drays,
&c. Also, a full line of Car
riages and Harness.
MILLINER nton PARIS.
SAN FRANCISCO CALIF.
532 Fort Street.
Best on the Islands ...
Delivered twice dally to any part of
at 12 cents
Delimit in any quantities to suit.
Leave your ordera at STAR IV TRY,
01 TELEPHONE 103.
T.kpboMi 10M It .58.
P. O. Boi t.
Q. H. BERREY, 1 Manar,
NrDMt Collections a Specialty.
Population of Honolulu Nearly Thirty-four
Thousand with Returns to Come
from Two Districts.
Below nro tho figures of tho census
taken by tho Inspectors of the Citizens'
Sanitary Committee. With two dis
tricts ns yet unreported In Chinatown
1 3 (burnt district)
14 " " .
34 (returns not in yet)
37 (returns not in yet) ,
Totals I 10960
INDEX TO CENSUS TADLE.
1. Moanalua Valley. Inspector, D.
2. Moanalua Valley to Kamchameh'a
road, to Kallhl stream, to sea. Inspec
tor, W. R. Slras.
3. Kamchamcha road to Kallhl road,
mauka of King street. Inspector, U.
4. Kallhl stream to stream on Ah
In's rlco plantation, makal of King
street Inspector, P. P. Sedgwick.
C. Kallhl road to Asylum road, mau
ka of King street. Inspector, V. C.
C. Ah In's stream to Nuuanu stream,
makal of King street. Inspector, Win.
7. Asylum road to Llllha, between
King and Judd streets. Inspector, J.
8. Nuuanu Valley mauka of Wyllle
street. Inspector, V. P. Bishop,
0. Nuuanu Valley between Wyllls
and Judd streets. Inspector, Fred. Wn
tcrhousc. 10. Block bounded by Judd, Nuuanu,
School and Llllha streets, also triangle-
enclosed by Judd and Nuuanu
streets nnd Nuuanu stream. Inspector,
It. LUliia to Nuuanu street, between
School and Kukul streets, to LUtha
street. Inspector, D. II. Hitchcock.
12. Kukul street and lino thereof to
King, between Nuuanu stream and Ll
llha street. Inspector, Brother Thomas.
13 and 14. Chinatown In quarantine.
15. Pauoa Valley, nbovo Pauoa
bldgo and road, and strip between that
and Nuuanu stream. Inspector, T. H.
16. Nuuanu to Punchbowl street, be
tween School street and Pauoa road.
Inspector, A. B. Wood.
17. Nuuanu to Emma street, between
Beretania and School streets. Inspec
tor, Clarcnco Crabbo.
IS. Nuuanu to Alakca street, between
King and Beretania. inspector, P. J.
19A. Nuuanu to Alakeu street, be
tween Queen street and harbor. In
spector, Henry Holmes.
19B. Nuuanu to Alakea, between
King and Queen streets. Inspector, J.
20. Alapai street to Pauoa bridge,
between Klnau and Punchbowl streets.
Inspector, A. V. Gear.
21. Emma to Alapai, between Bere
tania and Klnau streets. Inspector,
22. Alakca to Punchbowl, botween
Queen and Beretania streets. Inspec
tor, A. J. Campbell.
23. Alakea to Punchbowl street, be-
where a few peoplo nro left, tho popula
tion of Honolulu Is seen to bo 33,751,
Tho cstlmato of 35,000, generally ac
cepted within tho post year, is there
fore proved to bo a very closo one.
Chinese I Japanesel Porlug. (Other Fori) Totals.
5991I ,v,60 5963I 7377H 33751
tween Queen street and the harbor.
Inspector C. W. Eccles.
24. Alapai to Pcnsacola street, be
tween Beretania street and tho foot
hills. Insbector.W. R. Castle.
25. Punchbowl to Victoria, between
King and, Beretania streets. Inspector,
20. Punchbowl street to Old Planta
tion, between King nnd Queen streets.
Inspcctor.AV. E. Fisher.
27. Punchbowl to Kerosene Ware
house street botween Queen stieet nnd
sen. Inspector, E. B. McClanalmn.
28. Block between Kerosene Ware
house street, Queen street and sen.
Inspector, John Wiso.
29. Old Plantation, included, to
Sheridan street, bctwoen King and
Queen streets. Inspector, A. W. i'nn
30. Victoria and Punsacolu street to
Kccaumoku, between King and Brio
tania streets, and King .street and the
foothills. Inspector, J. A. Oilman.
31. Kccaumoku to Punahou street
between King and tho foothills. In
spector, B. O. Allen.
32. Sheridan stroot to Kalla road and
Beach drive makal ot King street and
Walklki road. Inspector, Gen. Man
son. 33. Block bounded by Kalla road unJ
Beach drlvo, and. makal of Walklki
road to sea. Inspector, W. T. ilou
sarrnt. 34. West boundary Kaplolam park
and Kapahula to Diamond Head, be
tween Waialao road ard boa. including
Kaalawai. Inspector, P. M. Pond.
35. Block boundel by Kaplolanl
pnrk, Kapahula road, Beretania and
Punchbowl streets and Wa'klkl road.
Insptctor, J. Ligutfoot.
36. Punahou street to Manoa stream,
mauka ot Boretanla to ,llno from Man
oa road branches'to makal end of rtflge
botween Manoa and Palolo valleys. In
spector, N. E. Oedgo.
37. Manoa valloy nbovo No. 3C. In
spector, II. S. Townsend.
38. Palolo valley, cast from Manca
stream, mauka of Walal.w road. In
spector, W. Blatsdoll.
39. All of Honolulu district cast of
Diamond Hetti and Kaltuukl restau
rant. Inspector, D P. It. Iscnbng.
40. All the foalhill between Pauoa
nnd Manoa vaUoya, Including Tantalus.
Inspector, J. r. U.trktcld.
Tho ever popular Rainier beer ia be
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Is more
often heard than anything elso. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
Por rough sailor hats, ribbons, etc.!
try Mrs. Itanna, Fort stroot
HEW HEALTH REGULATIONS.
(I'oiitluucd from page 1 )
tcily unable to find out Tho woman
hnd not been away fiom her home for
ncveral weeks excepting to attend a
lunu In the neighborhood. All the
persons living in the house denied they
had brought homo any articles that
might contain Infection. .He hnd n sus
picion that tho Infection tamo from
persons escaped front quarantine. The
liotiso was an Isolated one, nnd he had
ordered It burned.
Tho Board approved of tho action
taken by the president
Mr. Thurston at this juncture tame
before the Board, saying that tho lat
ter case discussed was Just what he had
come to speak about Tho change of
guards lately made ho did not consider
for tho best In the case in point he
had been unable to procuro guards lor
tho house when their presenco might
have been availing to prevent anybody
from entering or leaving tho premises.
Tho matter was discussed, practical
ly, In executive session, tho reporters
being requested to suspend the taking
Mr. Thurston also adverted to tho do
lays tho citizens' committee had met in
getting doctors to answer calls.
Dr. Wood replied that the start of
physicians at the disposal of the Bc:trd
was overworked. Doctors who were
newcomers had not acquired the rapa
city of bustling peculiar to Honolulu,
yet they were almost the only ones
avallablo to send to tho committee.
Tho Board would, however, do its ut
most to assist tho citizens.
Mr. Thurston wanted to know the
status of the guard question.
Mr. Cooper thought tho best solution
was to havo tho police department at
tend strictly to its regular duties and
let go of sanitary guarding. Then, hav
ing conversed aside with Marshcl
Brown, he stated that the Marshal in
formed him that his lnstruct'ons tn
the poll co wero to obey tho orders of
tho Boar dot Health. They could not
be expected, however, to oboy tele
phonic calls from every Inspector.
Marshal Brown himself made a
statement. When necessary the regu
lar police were sent out as guards.
Mr. Thurston spoke of tho relieving
of Mr. Dove, who had served without
pay, as a mistake. Mr. Dovo had kept
a wagon nt hand to carry guards quick
ly to wherever wanted.
Marshal Brown said that OHicer Al
fred McQurn, who was in charge of the
night guard, had tbo use of a wagoii.
Upon Dr. Wood's stating that the prac
tice had been to send two guards with
tho physician, on alarm of n suspicious
caso, tho Marshal said that this was
exactly tho system he was following
since taking charge.
President Wood stipulated that the
guards should bo stationed at tho
Board of Health headquarters, and all
requests for guards be sent there.
Misunderstandings having been
cleared tip, it was agreed that guards
bo kept nt headquai ters, a detail of
them to go out with each physician
Mr. Lowrey mentioned that a mem
ber of the fluauco committee advised
cutting down the list of merchandise
destroyed to be paid for, and the presi
dent undertook to look Into tho mat
ter. Mr. Smith repotted tho receipt of a
sum of monoy from Mrs. T. B. Murray,
proceeds of an entertainment given by
Punahou chlldien to provldo toys tor
children In quarantines
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Prints, Caibons,
and London Prints, coering
over fifty subjects of the very
110 Hotel street.
Horses properly ouod to correct
faults of gait at tno Stockyards shop.
Ring up 191 when you want a reliable
driver, a good hack and no over charg
ing. All kinds ot carriage painting by trp-to-date
painters at tho Stockriras
Boarder's and livery rigs delivered
and called for at all hours. King Street
A birdseye view of the region
about ManHa. It is given in On To
Nahlku Sugar Company.
SECOND ASSESSMENT of 5 per cent
or ' i.oo per share due December 1, 1899,
ayable at the offices of 'Alexander Si
Baldwin, Judd building, Is now subject to
penalty and will be delinquent on the 31st
January, foco. J. P. COOKE,
I4j7-6t Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co.
Bankers. , -
Ulavs Sphbckils, Wm.U.Iuwix
San Francitco AgtnlttnK Nevada
National Bank of San Fiianoisoo.
San Fmancisco Tho Novada National
Bank of San Francisco
London Tho Union Bank of London
New Yontc Amorlcan Exchange Na
CiilCAoo Merchants National Bank.
Pahih Credit Lyonnais.
BisnrjN Drosdner Bank.
HONKONO AND YOKOHAMA HonkOM A
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia Buk
of New Zealand
Victoria and Vancouver Bank o
British North America.
Tramct i General torun am Eickaiie fiuuan
uepouu Received. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Traveler!
Credits Itaned. Bills of Exchange boaghl
JomoTiom Pbomptlt Accouwap Tom.
SliSQF ft Q,
Deposit will b
received and lnterost
; allowed bv Lda
uanit at four and ona.hmir tvr .nt
per annum. The terms, rules and
regulations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
ings Bank have been adopted as far M
It Is practicable to apply them, and the
Cash Reserve of (60,000 as required nn
der the Postal Act will be maintained.
Printed copies of tho Rules and Keg.
ulaUona may be obtained on application.
BISHOP A CO.
Transact a General Banking ,
nd Exchange Business. r
Commercial and Traveler!
jetters of Credit issued, avail
ble in all the principal citioi
f the world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3 r
months 8 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 1
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $116,803.38
Money loaned on approved security.
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install,
Elehteenth Knrlnn nf RfM, i.
Officers: T. V. Tninn to.i.i...
S. R Rose, Vice-President; O. B. Gray!
Treasurer; A. V. Goar, Sooretary.
A. V. Gnar. A. W. VoA1. t rt !-
weU, HenrySmlth, J. J. McLean, J. D.
or lunuer particulars apply to
A. V. GEAB, Secretary.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
TJb Voohama gpecis Bank;
Subscribed Capital 34.MM0 yea
x-uiu-uy vaptuu 1Z.0W.0M yea
Reserve Fund 7M,W yea.
The Bank buys and receives tor col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, ana tnassots
a general banking business.
On Flul Dtpoilt lor $ nonthi, 4 cm no) . t
On Flitd Depotlt lor 6 month., jH -
On Find Dwo.lt lor 1 moi.
By dM Hud Offlc., at Yoxohuu, oa CwnolD
Oa f Iu4 CMpMlt lor i. aon'thi. ) pm cl p. .
New RepnUllc Bnllding. ill iiii JOwiili
Cor. Alakea ft HalekauwDs Sd,
Has a large assortiiaesl of
Chandeliers and Eleo
Constantly on huur.
Estimates given for bop i3.
in i and Electrical plants)
Marine Wiring a Bpeojaity.
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