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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY C, 1000.
ATKINSON & JUDD,
A.L.O.Alklmon ami A limit !'..! mld.Jr.)
Counsellors at Law.
Ottlco ovor HMiu .V I'o.'s Bank, cor.
gaahuinnuu mill Muitli.nil utrouia.
3tJ. MoOANTS STEWAltT,
OouiiHoltiir at Law.
rugross Block, opposite Cuthollo Cliufh
Fort struct, Honolulu, II..
J2 Toluphono 11--
R D. SILL1MAN.
303 Judd Building. Tfluphone 21 3.
Attorney at Law and
I .1. IL KANKAKUA,
i Attorney and Counsellor at
t Olllce: In the Occidental Hotel,
l corner of King and Alnkea Streets,
f Honolulu. 1412
W 0. Aciii. Knock Johnson.
Attorneys and Counselors
lutico t-o. lOWest Klngstreot.
P. M. BliOOKS.
Attorney at Law
Shekels Building, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SM1TH,
HAS MOVED to the Judd
Block, Fort St.
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
Dr. W. J. Galbrailh.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE: HAWAIIAN
"?. WALTER HOFFMANN.
ft&KETANIA STREETS, (opposite tho
Office Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 !o 3
" m. ' to 8 p. tn. Sundays: 8 to 11
m. Tolephono 610. P. O.Box601.
H. A. GORDON K0DGINS.
rlCE AND RESIDENCE, OEDGE
COITAGK, corner Hotol ami Richard
Greets, Ofllco Hours: 9 to It; 2 to
,7 1o8. lolophono 053. 1245
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
. Sclipol street, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9-10 a. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.;
Sundays 9-10 a. m, H!A
DR. I. MORI,
tl6 Berttania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
lelni hone 277. P. O. Box 813.
litllce Hourx: 0 to 12 11. 111. and 7 to 8
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Now Love'H Building, Kort Street.
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a- nijTicnli i:oiii!cimns a Specialty.
ilia EercililB Agency
Room 10, Spreckcls Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances. No fee charged unless collec
tion is made. 1442
RliV. SHELDON'S PAPER.
Topcltn, Kansas, Jim. 21. Tho Im
mediate and extruoidlnary responso of
tli public to tho announcement by tho
Associated l'icbs, Monday morning, of
tho Sheldon edition of tho Capital, is
Indicated by tho fact that Mr. Sheldon
nnd tho Dally C'.i.!'al have been delug
ed with telCBrani" and letteis fiom nil
parts of the country asking for Infor
mation icgnrdlm: tho proposed plans
for n Christian daily newspaper.
Among tho dispatches lccclvcd today
whs one from New York containing an
order for 10,000 of each Issue during
tho week. Another order by telegraph
asked for n.OOO lines of advertising
Tho first subscription order, wnieii
came within twelvo hours of tho an
nouncement of the plan In tho Asso
ciated Press, was from Nebraska, for
100 copies of each Issue.
Requests have como to tho Capital
from over n hundred newspapers In
Kansas for cuts of Mr. Sheldon, to bo
used In their columns.
Mr. Sheldon said today that while
he would rccclvo no compensation for
his services, It had been stipulated In
tho original understanding vltn the
Capital Publishing Company, that
nlm.,1.1 4l,n fnnnttltU nVPPPfl tllO lXnC113t'S
of his edition, n largo part of the pro
ceeds WOUIU DC UOVOICII lu imssiuimiy
and philanthropic work.
I-rnncc Still Bitter.
New oYrk, Jan. 17. Paul Blouct,
known ai Max O'Hell, tho French au
thor and lecturer, arrived here this
morning on the Whlto Star lino steam
ship Oceanic. M. Blouet said that the
feeling In Franco against England was
very bitter. "I was hissed and nearly
mobbed In a French city not so long
ngo," ho said, "simply because I Bald
something favorable to England. I do
not censure my countrymen, however.
England In tho past has lost no oppor
tunity to humlllato France. Sho has
been very high nnd mighty and had
an Idea that she could whip tho whole
world. You can Imaglno tho general
satisfaction In Franco over Englund'a
poor showing against tho Boers. Oh,
what a humiliation sho has undergone.
We think It serves her right. Whip
the world? See her first whip a paltry
10.000 of Boers."
Deadly Alcxlcnn Enrtliqunkc.
City of Mexico, Jan. 21. Nows Is ar
riving from Interior points, affected
by tho enrthquako Friday night and
Saturday morning. Much damage was
done to property In Guadalajara, and
tho City of Collnia, capital of tho state
of tho samo name, was tho sceno of
tcrrltlc experiences, accompanied with
loss of life. Tho City of Mexico camo
off. comparatively unscathed In tho
earthquake, few accidents occurring
hero or in the suburbs. Somo adobo
huts In tho suburbs fell In nnd ono
bridge was partly wrecked.
Situated on tlio oast sido of
Kalilii Vulloy. Tlio view to
Pearl ILirlmr is tho besr, in
tlio city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; no stones
or moles on the place.
Water will bo laid before
purchasers are ready to build-
A space will bo sot apart,
in memory of tho Princess
Kaiulani, for a park.
Tho lots will be sold at tho
lowest prices in tho market,
with wliieh other real estate
agents will not afford to com
Applications for lots will
bo received at our office, and
will be tfrvou preference of
ehosing lots in the order they
For further particulars ap
IO WEST KING ST.
October 4th, 1899. 1343
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
ING LOTS on Nuuanu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Valley, for sale. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
Cartwrlght rJlock, Merchant street.
SAN1TAHY REGULATIONS OK THE
BOARD OF HEALTH FOlt HO
Tho following regulations shall apply
10, and be lu foico within, tho portion
of Honolulu described ns follows:
Beginning nt tho seashore, at tho
west coiner of Loko Kuwlll 2 mar tho
east coi ner of tho Kapalama Detention
Camp and running mauka, along tho
Wnlplloptlu road to tho old lino of tho
Oahu Railway, thenco along Oahu Rall
woy to tho boundary of Mauuakca,
thenco mauka, along tho Mokaucn
boundary and tho Kallhl road to the
survey station at tho lower end of Mo
kaucn ridge, thenco In a straight lino
to tho survey station nbovo tho north
end of Wylllo street, thenco along the
central lino of Wylllo street to Nuu
anu street, thenco lu a straight lino to
tho forks of tho Manoa road, thenco In
a straight lino to tho corner of tho Wal
alao road and tho Kapahulu toad,
thenco down tho Kapahulu road and
along Campbell Avenuo to Motmrrat
road, and thence In a direct lino over
tho summit of Diamond Head to the
scashoro at high water line, and thenco
to the Initial point
REGARDING BUILDINGS AND
1. Where tho spaco between tho
buildings Is less than fifteen feet, the
water from the roofs of tho buildings
on tho sides of such spaco shall be con
ducted In water tight leaders and mado
to dlschargo Into sultablo drains lead
ing Into street or alley gutters; and It
tho building abuts on an alley or load
way of like width tho same rulo shall
AIR SPACE BETWEEN BUILD
INGS. 2. Thero shall bo a clear air spaco of
ten feet between all buildings exoept
thoso fronting on n street. No build
ing except such as fronts on n street
shall bo built within flvo feet of n
boundary lino. Tho word "buildings"
in this paragraph shall bo construed to
mean and Includo sheds, lean-tos,
privies, and nil other structures.
LIGHT AND VENTILATION OF
3. Each and ovcry room Intended or
used for human habitation shall bo
provided with at least eight squaro feet
of window area having unobstructed
access Into tho open air for each 100
squaro feet of floor space In said loom,
nnd f reo access shall at all times bo had
to tho samo by tho occupants ot tho
room; and at least one-half of such
window spaco shall bo movablo nnd
available for ventilation.
AIR SPACE UNDER BUILDINGS.
4. Every building shall have on an
avcrago at least twenty Inches of clear
spaco for thu circulation of air betwoon
tho floor timbers nnd tho ground, and
shall have sufficient openings for ven
tilation In tho outer walls to admit a
frco circulation ot nlr; but, In caso this
air spaco cannot bo secured without
reaching "ground water lovcl" then
thero shall bo no nlr space, but tho
floor shall bo of concrcto or masonry.
YARDS, AREAS, COURTS, ETC.
0. Yards, areas, courts, alleyways
and other open spaces within or be
tween buildings, whero water Is used
for washing of any kind, shall bo prop
erly graded and cemented, or paved so
ns to bo water proof, nnd drained Into
trapped drains properly connected with
sower or cesspool, nnd no permanent
wooden floor or grating shall bo main
tained over tho samo.
WATER i.GHT FLOORS.
C. All houses, structures, rooms or
parts thereof, In which water Is used,
or Intended to bo used, lu such quanti
ty ns to render tho floor or floors thero
of constantly damp, Bhnll havo such
floor or floois, mado absolutely water
proof, with proper dralnago Into
trapped lenders conveying tho wntor
away Into cesspool or sewer; and tho
water proofing ot all such floors shall
bo dono In a manner satisfactory to the
Board ot Health.
7. No building or structure shall bo
used as a rcsldcnco or plnco for human
habitation or nbodo which is situated
upon land whero thero Is standing
wnter within eighteen Inches of tho
surfaco of tho ground; nor shall any
building or structure bo bo used that
Is placed on land that has been mado
by filling In with rofuso or garbage, or
that Is declared by the Board of Health
to bo of foul or corrupt material.
REGARDING PRIVY-VAULTS AND
8. No privy-vault, sink or cesspool
In Honolulu, shall hereafter bo located
or constructed within fifty feet of nny
stream, lako, pond, well or spring of
wntor, nor within two foot of tho lino
of any lot; nor shnll It bo mado more
than eighteen or less thnn six foot deep,
or placed In such position that It '.s
not easily accessible for emptying and
9. When deemed necessary by tho
Boaid of Health, tho sides and bottoms
of nny privy-vault, sink or cesspool,
shnll be made cither wholly or In part
water tight, so as to prevent any satu
ration ot tho ground about tho said
vault, sink or cesspool, nnd shall bo
provided with sultablo ventilating ar
rangement. 10. No structure or cover shall be
put upon or ovor any privy-vault, sink
or cesspool, until It has been Inspected
by tho proper Agent of tho Board of
Health and approved ns meeting tho
requirements of these regulations and
of public health.
11. Auy privy-vault, sink or cesspool,
already constructed In Honolulu which
hns bocomo a nuisance, or lu any way
dangerous to Hfo or detrimental to
health, shall bo removed, ro-construct-cd,
or altered to meet the requirements
of these regulations and of public
health, as directed by the Board of
Health or Its Agent.
12. Tho Board ot Health or Its
Agents may cause the emptying or dis
infecting of nny privy-vault, sink or
cesspool thnt may bo deemed offensive,
or when required by public health, nt
tho oxpenso of the owner or occupant
of tho premises.
13. When thirty days after the
public sewer system Is put Into opera
tion tho uso of privy vaults and cess
pools shall bo entirely discontinued
within tho limits of such sower system,
nnd all privies shall be removed, ex
cept in so far ns permission may be
granted by tho Board of Health to
transform tho same Into approved wa
ter closets connected with the sewer
14. No pi Ivy vnult or cesspool shall
bo excavated or maintained within
ten feet from nny dwelling house or
Inhabited building or cook house or
placo whore cooking Is done.
15. No privy vault or cesspool shall
bo maintained or excavated In auy
placo where for any reason frco nnd
unimpeded access may not be had to
the samo by an excavator cart.
1G. No privy shall bo built or main
tained so as to entirely cover the cess
pool or vault under tho same, but the
cesspool or vault shall project out on
ono side beyond tho superstructure In
such a manner as to allow tho Inspec
tion and removal ot tho contents ot
said cesspool or vault. Tho contents
of nny privy vault or cesspool shall
not be allowed to rise within eighteen
Inches ot tho top ot tho samo or to such
a height as to flow out onto the surface
of tho ground.
17. No cesspool or privy vault shall
be built or maintained In any location
except tho samo shall have a substan
tial water-tight curb which shall re
tain tho earth without nnd tho con
tents of tho cesspool or vault within,
nnd shall bo provided with a substan
tial water-tight cover, having a small,
movable lid lu tho same to facilitate
examination nnd removal of tho con
tents. 18. All cesspools or privy vaults
shall have four-Inch cast Iron vent
pipes with caulked lead Joints, or gal
vanized Iron pipes, extending not less
than twelvo feet Into tho open air, and
if within twenty feet ot nn Inhabited
building tho top of such vent pipes
shnll extend above tho roof of the high
est building within n distance of twen
ty feet of tho same. All such vent
pipes shall run as direct as possible.
Every privy shall havo proper scats
with hinged lids to cover tho opening
ot samo, which shall be kept closed
when not In use.
19. All connections to cesspools or
privy vaults shall bo mado with cast
Iron, lead, or vitrified, sower pipe. All
urinals shall bo connected to cesspools,
vaults or sewer by trapped waste
20. All cesspools shall bo properly
cleaned out at once, and hereafter at
least onco overy four months, and
shall bo thoroughly disinfected at
least onco each week with such dis
infectant as tho Board of Health shall
direct; all such cleaning and disinfect
ing to be at tho expense ot tho owner
ot tho property.
21. All waste, soil, sower or drain
pipes shall bo of cast iron, load or vit
rified clay. It of iron or lcM tho Joints
shall bo caulked with molter lead; if
of vitrified clay, tl.oy ahatj h jvo tight
cement Joints, all joints to b smooth
In tho Inside; open drains may bo of
water tight masonry.
22. All cesspools or privy vaults
when abandoned and tho uso thereof
discontinued shall bo at onco entirely
emptied of liquid and solid contents,
and shall bo disinfected and filled with
earth, sand, ashes, or other such clean
materials; and tho wooden curbing
about tho samo removed to a depth of
at least tour feet bolow tho surfaco ot
tho ground. In no case shall rofuso,
garbage or nny unclean material bo
used in filling such privy vault or cess
I 23. All buildings and premises which
do not conform In overy respect to tho
requirements of tho foregoing regula
tions nro hereby declared nuisances
and dangerous to tho public health.
21. Garbago will be carried away
free of chargo by the Board of Health
carts within these limits, I. c.: Schoo-
C(t.mf mni.lrn . A1nir.t ol.anA, nn.il. T 111
oiivcb iimitnu, umi'ui oiivcb luoi, xjii. ,
nn sireci west; ami seawaru oy tno
25. It shall be tho duty of each
housa owner, householder, lessee, or
tenant who Is n housekeeper, within
tho district In which tho frco removal
of garbage is provided, to supply, and
keep ready for uso suitable container
or containers, of not more than eigh
teen cubic feet capacity and provided
with tight covers, for tho reception of
all garbage, and to causo tho samo to
bo set out In such places and at such
times as tho Board of Health shall di
rect for tho convcnlcnco ot garbago
collectors. All empty containers Bhall
bo kept clean nnd thoroughly disin
fected. 20. Yard scrapings, treo cuttings
and stable manure will not bo removed
by tho Board of Health carts.
27. All garbago and rctuso which Is
subject to decay shall bo collected by
householder or occupiers ot dwell
ings each day; and if within tho lim
its nnmod In soctlon 24 tho samo shall
bo placed In containers as provided In
section 25 for collection; and If be
yond said limits tho samo shall bo
burnt or removed.
23. No garbago shall bo used for
filling houso lots or other tracts of
29. No garbage shall bo deposited In
any placo not authorized by the
Board of Health.
Extract from Pennl Code:
"Section 874. Every person who
shall violate any regulation of tho
Board ot Health, after tho samo shall
have been published, as provided In
tho Inst preceding section, shall bo
lined not exceeding one hundred dol
lars." C. B. WOOD.
President Board ot Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, aro hereby notified
that tho hours for irrigation purposes
aro from G to 8 o'clock a. m. and from
4 to C o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Al ti Wei by A. YOUNO,
Minister ot Interior.
Hoi Julu, Juno 14, 189.
TBI RIM Al HAW
1 uu imiui. vi 1111 11 mi) uiui
f Incorporated Under the Laws I
lop the Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Ciiah. M. Cooke, President.
P. 0. Jonks, Vlco-Prosldent
0. H. Cooke, Cashlor,
F. O. Atiikiiton, Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfurlano,
E. D. Tonney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
carefully and promptly attond to all
business connected with banking en
trusted 10 11. sou anu purcnaso Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Torin Deposits received,
and Interest allowed in accordance with
rules and conditions printed in Pass
books, copies of which may be had upon
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws ot tho
Republic ot Hawaii,
Authorized Capital, $1,000,000
Subscribed Capital, 750,000
Paid Up Capital 500,00o
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretary
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruco Cartwrlght, W. O
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-California
Chicago Tho Merchants Loan and
New York J. & W. Seligman & Com
London Tho Anglo-Callfornla
Paris Socletlo Gencralo,
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union BanU of Aus
Canada Bank ot Montreal
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit issued on all parts of the
Wx. U. Irwis
w - - - - H.J
San t'rancitco AgtnttiiK Nevada
National Bank op San Francisco.
San FiiANCiHco The Novada National
uanK or Han Francisco.
London The Union Bank of London.
New Yohk American Exchange Na-
Chicago Morchants National Bank.
Pabis Credit Lyonnals.
BERt.TN nrflfulnar Ttnnlr.
Honkono and YOKOHAMA Honkong A
oimngnai uaniong corporation.
New Zealand and Auhtkaua Bank
of New Zealand.
ViOToniA and Vancouvkb Beak o
British North America.
Transact a general Baitm aid Eicaame Busiest
uepouit Keceivea. Loans made on Ap-
Credits Iesned. Bills of Exchange bought
COLUOTlOWa PnOKfTLT AOCOPKTID TO.
sisaoF ft co.
Savings DonoalLs will iw.
received and Interest allowed by this
wan at four and one-half per cent,
Printed conlos of tho Rulnn nnd -r.
ulatlons may be obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
nd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler!
Letters of Credit issued, avail
ible in all the principal citiei
if the world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 per cont., 6 monthe
3J por cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, $110,803.91
Monoyloanod on approved security
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly install,
Eighteenth Sorles of Stock is not.
OmoEns: T. F. Lansing, President;
S. B. Rose, Vice-President; O. B. Graj
Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Socretary.
DiRKOTORsr' T.F. Lansing, S.B.Rot,
A' y61"' A w Keech, J. a. Rotbi
well, Henry Smith, J. J. MoLeau, J. D.
Holt, C. B. Gray. '
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAK, Secretary.
Chambor of Commeroe room.
Office Hours: 12:30-1:80 p. m.
Tjje folpurimB Specie Bioj
Subscribed Capital 24.000.00 yen
Paid-up Capital 12,000,000 yea
Reserve Fund 7,600,000 yea.
The Bank buys nnd receives tot col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letters of Credit, ana transacts
a general banking business.
On Flitl Deposit for it monthi, 4 pw cut a. a
On FU4 Dtpoilt for 6 booUk. j Jf -'
On Find Deposit for jnoi, i - .
By lha Hut 0;e. at YoKohaaia, on CuntotD.
petit, t t-m ja pr day.
On Fua4 Depo.lt for ii months, jK per cant p. a
Hew RepnMlc Bunding, nfilm a, homIUi
The . . .
Cor. Alakea & Halekanwlla Bt.
Has a largo assortment ol
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on hat,.
Estimates glvon for hprmo ,j.
tag and Electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a speoiultyi"