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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.
ATKINSON & JTJDD,
A.Ii.C. Atkinson and AlboriFiJudd,Jr.)
Counsellors at Law.
Office over Bluhop .t Co. 'a Bank, cor,
Raahumami nntl Merchant streets.
I. MoOANTS STEWAltT,
Oounpullor at Law.
tugress Block, opposite Cntlinllo Church
Fort street. Honolulu. II. I.
B. D. S1LLIMAN,
308 Judd Building. Telephone 213.
CHARLES F. PETKRS0N
Attorney at .Law and
.T. M. KANEA.KUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Ofllcc: In the Occidental Hotel,
corner of King nnd Alukea Streets,
ft. C. Aom. Knock Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
A.ttornoys and Counselors
("nice No. 10 Wost King street.
F. M. BROOKS.
Attorney at Law
Shekels Bulldlne, Fort Street,
B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
,iAS MOVED to the Judd
Block. Fort St.
Surgeons, Physicians M Dentists.
Practice limited to Surgery and
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE : HAWAIIAN
nR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
&KETANIA STHKETS, (opposite the
Offlce Hours: 8 to 10 a. in.; i Jo 3
m. ' to 8 p. in. Similar: 8 to 11
C3. Telephone 610. P.O. liox 601.
OR. A. GORDON H0DGINS.
'wCE AND RKSIDKNCK, GEDGE
COTTAGK, corner Hotnl and Rleliardi
streets, Ofllco Hours: 0 to 11 ; 2 to
4, 7 to 8 'elophmio 1)53. 1215
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
School s'reet, between Emma and Fort.
Hours: 9-10 a. m., 2-4 p. m., 7-8 p. m.j
Sundays 9-10 a. in,
DR. I. MORI,
i?6 Beretania street, between Emma
and Fort streets.
Tolophone 277. P O. Box 813.
Office Hours: 0 to 112 a. in. and 7 to 8
. m.; Sundays, 0 to 12 a. in. 1229
.. C. WALL, D.D. 8.,
O.E WALL, D.D. S.,
Now Lovo'h HululluK, Kort Street.
Supported by Voluntary Con'-,,-"tlnns.
FREE TREATMENT to the .or of
For lufnriiiiutnn bh to carf.w d-mli-hlon
and 1 1 tlm Norvlun, utc, ciO. ,
npply at the
Third Floor I'murem Block,
tiubxcrlptlons ui.tv be left with J. F.
Hackfold, L. O. Ablos or Dr. Kloggett.
Ttlepboof 10W & tj6. P. O. Boi Tft
Q. H. BERREY, t Manager,
is-'Difficiill nollfictinns a soecialtY.
Room 10, Spreckelt Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mlttancts. No fee charged unless col lee
Hon Is made. 1443
RUSSIAN TALK8 OP WAR.
Chicago, Jim. 18. "War between
Russia anil Japan Is looked (or as In
evitable by tho naval oITlccva of these
countries who have been nearest tho
probable scene of future operations,"
said Lieutenant Komanoff of the Im
pel lal RiiKslnn Navy, who arrived In
Chicago today Tho Lieutenant has
Just completed a three years' truiso In
Asiatic waters on a Russian Imttlo
ship, the Slssol Veil ley, and Is on his
way to St. l'etctsburg.
He continued: "Just how soon such
n war may begin It la dimcult to say,
but events little short of miraculous
must occur to avert It. Tho Japanese
nrc building war ships rs rapidly as
possible in anticipation of tho outbreak
of hostilities, and Russia la strength
ening her navy as fast ;u she can.
"That Russia must have n naval
base between Port Arthur and Vladiv
ostok la conceded, nnd that alio will
try to get It In Korea Is certain. In
the event of such a war It Is considered
probable In Russian naval circles that
Russia will have the aid of Germany
and that Ungland will take the other
side. A European war will follow the
outbreak of hostilities between Russia
"The movement of Russian troops
toward tho Afghanistan and British
India borders, tho mobilization of
Transcasplan troops at Daku and He
rat and other military maneuvers on
tho part of Russia are taken by ofllclal
Russia to mean the beginning of a
movement to cllmlnato English In
fluence In territory heretofore held by
her. It is certain that England will
hnvo to fight to retain her territory In
Wnshlngton, Jan. 19. Tho question
of recommending to the Navy Depart
ment tho purchaso of the submarine
torpedo boat Holland now nt tho
Washington Navy Yard, was consider
ed by tho Naval Board on Construction
today, and tho Board decided by a voto
of 4 to 1 that the recommendation
should not be made. This action was
the result of visits to the Holland by
members of tho Board Individually and
their study of the whole question of
tho adaptability of submarlno torpedo
vessels to war purposes. Tho general
question of tho construction of sub
marine boats was practically disposed
of by the action of the Board. An
other submarlno torpedo vessel, the
Plunger, Is being built by tho Colum
bian Iron Works of Baltimore under
contract with the Navy Department.
It Is understood thnt the decision of
tho Board was not based on any objec
tion to the plans of construction of tho
Holland, but on the belief that such
vessels were In the experimental stage,
and their usefulness for war purposes
had not been demonstrated. The
Board's decision Is surprising In view
of the favorable report mado of tho
Holland by tho Naval Board of Inspec
tion and Survey, some members of
which witnessed tests of the craft.
Situated on the east side of
Kalilii Valley. The view to
Pearl Harbor is the best, in
tho city of Honolulu. The
soil is very deep; no stones
or voehs on tho placo.
Water will bo laid before
purchasers are ready to build
A spaeo will bo sot apart,
in memory of tho Princess
Kaiulaui, for a park.
Tho lots will bo sold at tho
lowest prices in tho market,
with which other real estate
agt-nts will not afford to com
pute. Applications for lots will
bo recoived at our office, and
will bo given preference of
ohosing lots in tho order they
For further rmrticulnrs ap
West king st.
October 4th, 1899.
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.
SANITARY REGULATIONS OK THE
HOARD OK HEALTH FOR HO
Tho following regulations shall apply
to, and be In forco within, the puitlon
of Honolulu described as follows:
Beginning nt tho Bcashorc, at tho
wtst corner of Loko Ktiwlll 2 near tho
east corner of tho Knpalama Detention
Camp nnd running mauka, along tho
Wnlpllupllo road to the old lino of tho
Oahu Railway, thenco nlong Oahu Rail
way to tho boundary of Mnunakca,
thenco mauka, nUing tho Mokauca
boundary and tho Kallhl road to tho
survey station nt tho lower end of Mo
kauca rldgo, thenco In a straight lino
to the survey station nbovo tho north
end of Wylllo street, thenco along tho
central lino of Wylllo street to Nuu
nnu street, thenco in n straight lino to
tho forks of tho Manoa road, thenco In
a straight lino to tho corner of tho Wal
nlao road and tho Kapahulu road,
thenco down tho Kapahulu road and
along Campbell Avcnuo to Monsarrat
road, nnd thence In a direct lino over
tho summit of Diamond Head to tho
seashoro nt high water line, and thenco
to tho initial point
REGARDING BUILDINGS AND
1. Whcro tho spaco between Iho
buildings Is less than fifteen feet, tho
water from the roofs of tho buildings
on tho sides of such space shall bo con
ducted in water tight leaders and mado
to discharge Into sultablo drains lead
ing into street or alley gutters; and if
tho building abuts on an alley or road
way of llko width the samo rule shall
AIR SPACE BETWEEN BUILD
INGS. 2. Thcro shall bo a clear air spaco of
ten feet between all buildings except
thoso fronting on a street No build
ing except such ns fronts on a street
shall bo' built within flvo feet of n
boundary line. Tho word "buildings"
in this paragraph shall be construed to
mean and lncludo sheds, lean-tos,
privies, and all other structures.
LIGHT AND VENTILATION OP
3. Each and every room intended or
used for human habitation shall bo
provided with at least eight square feet
of window area having unobstructed
access into tho open air for each 100
square feet of floor space In said room.
and free access shall at all times be had
to the same by the occupants of the
room; and at least one-half of such I
window snace shall be movable and
available for ventilation.
AIR SPACE UNDER BUILDINGS.
4. Every building shall have on an
nverago at least twenty Inches of clear
space for the circulation of air between
tho floor timbers and the ground, and
shall havo sufficient openings for ven
tilation in the outer walls to admit a
freo circulation of air; but, In case this
air spaco cannot bo secured without
reaching "ground water lovcl" then
thcro shall bo no air space, but (he
floor shall bo of concrcto or masonry.
YARDS, AREAS, COURTS, ETC.
G. Yards, areas, courts, alleyways
and other open Bpaces within or be
tween buildings, whero water Is used
for washing of any kind, shall bo prop
erly graded nnd cemented, or paved so
as to bo water proof, and drained Into
trapped drains properly connected with
Bower or cesspool, nnd no permanent
wooden floor or grating shall bo main
tained over tho same.
WATER iGHT FLOORS.
C. All houses, structures, rooms or
parts thereof, In which water Is used,
or Intended to bo used, in such quanti
ty ns to render tho floor or floors there
of constantly damp, shall havo Buch
floor or floors, mado absolutely water
proof, with proper dralnago into
trapped leaders conveying tho water
away into cesspool or sewer; nnd tho
water proofing of all such floors shall
bo dono In a manner satisfactory to tho
Board of Health.
7. No building or structuro shall bo
used as a residence or place for human
habitation or abodo which is situated
upon land whcro thero is standing
water within eighteen inches of tho
surfaco of tho ground; nor shall any.
building or structuro bo bo used that
la placed on land that has beon mado
by tilling in with rofuso or garbago, or
that is declared by tho Board of Health
to bo of foul or corrupt material.
REGARDING PRIVY-VAULTS AND
8. No privy-vault, Blnk or cesspool
In Honolulu, shall horcattcr bo locatod
or constructed within fifty feet of nny
stream, lake, pond, well or spring of
water, nor within two feot of tho Hao
of any lot; nor shall It be made tnoro
than eighteen or less than six feot deep,
or placed in such position that it is
not easily accessible for emptying and
9. When deemed necessary by tho
Board of Health, tho sides and bottoms
of any privy-vault, sink or cesspool,
shall bo made cither wholly or In part
water tight, so as to provent any satu
ration of tho ground about tho said
vault, sink or cesspool, and shall bo
provided with suitable ventilating ni
rangement. 10. No structure or cover shall bo
put upon or over auy 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 theso regulations and
of public health.
11. Any privy-vault, sink or cesspool,
already constructed In Honolulu which
has becomo a nuisance, or In any way
dangerous to llfo or detrimental to
health, shall bo removed, re-constructed,
or altered to meet tho requirements
of theso regulations nnd of public
health, as directed by tho Board of
Health or Its Agent.
12. Tho Board of Health or Its
Agents may causo the emptying or dis
infecting of any privy-vault, sink or
cesspool that may bo deemed offensive,
or when roqulred by public health, nt
tho oxponse of the owner or occupant
of tho premises.
13. When thirty days after tho
public sower system is put into opera
tion tho use of privy vaults and cess
pools shall bo entirely discontinued
within the limits of such sewer system,
and all privies shall bo removed, ex
cept In so far as permission may be
granted by the Board of Health to
transform tho same Into approved wa
ter closets connected with the sewer
14. No privy vault or cesspool shall
bo excavated or maintained within
ten feet from any dwelling houso or
inhabited building or cook house or
placo whcro cooking is done.
15. No privy vault or cesspool shall
be maintained or excavated In any
place whcro for any reason freo nnd
unimpeded access may not bo had to
tho same by an excavator cart.
1G. No privy shall be built or main
tained so as to entirely cover the cess
pool or vault under the' same, but the
cesspool or vault shall project out on
ono sldo beyond tho superstructure in
such a manner ns to allow tho Inspec
tion and removal of tho contents of
said cesspool or vault. Tho contents
of any privy vault or copool shall
not be allowed to rUo w lthln eighteen
Inches of the top of the Mtr.e or to such
a height xs to flow oat cate the rarfaee
of the gross i.
I". No cesrool c? icht viinlt fh&H
be bnl,t or sMlatalstd In iiay Jrcation
J1 a " " & "Wlta
rial water-tight curb which shall re
tain the arth without and the con
tents of the cesspool or vault within,
and shall be provided with a substan
tial water-tight cover, having a small,
movable lid in the same to facilitate
examination and removal of the con
18. All cesspools or privy aults
shall have four-Inch cast iron vent
pipes with caulked lead joints, or gal
vanized Iron pipes, extending not less
than twelve feet Into tho open air, and
If within twenty feet of an Inhabited
building the top of such vent pipes
shall extend nbovo the root of tho high
est building within a distance of twen
ty feet of tho same. All such vent
pipes shall run as direct as possible.
Evory privy shall have proper scats
with hinged Ild3 to cover tho opening
of same, 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 nt once, and hereafter at
least onco every four months, and
shall bo thoroughly disinfected at
least once each week with such dis
infectant as tho Board of Health shall
direct; all such cleaning and disinfect
ing to bo at tho expense of tho owner
of tho property.
21. All waste, soil, sewer or drain
pipes shall bo of cast Iron, lead or vit
rified clay. It of iron or lel tho Joints
shall bo caulked with moltei lead; It
of vltrlflod clay, tLoy shaU hjvo tight
cement joints, all Joints to he smooth
in tho Inside; open drains may be of
water tight masonry.
22. All cesspools or privy vaults
when abandoned and the use thereof
discontinued shall be 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 the wooden curbing
about tho samo removed to a depth of
at least four teat MMow the surface of
the ground, ta t etiso shall rofuso,
garbage or any unclean material be
used In filling such privy vault or cess
pool. 23. All buildings and premises which
do not conform in every respect to tho
requirements of tho foregoing regula
tions nro hereby declared nuisances
and dangerous to the public health.
21. Garbago will bo carried away
freo of chargo by the Board of Health
carts within these limits, i. o.: SckoOt
street mauka; Alapal street cast; LIU
ha street west; and seaward by the
25. It shall bo tho duty of each
house owner, householder, lessee, or
tenant who is a housekeeper, within
tho district in which tho freo removal
of garbago Is provided, to supply, and
keep ready for use sultablo container
or containers, of not more than eigh
teen cubic feet capacl' and provided
with tight covers, f." tho reception of
all garbage, and tc causo tho samo to
bo set out in such places and at such
times ns tho Board of Health shall di
rect for tho convenience of garbago
collectors. All empty containers shall
bo kept clean nnd thoroughly disin
fected. 2C. Yard scrapings, trco cuttings
nnd stablo manuro will not bo removed
by tho Board of Health carts.
27. All garbago and refuso which Is
subject to decay shall bo collected by
householder or occupiers of dwell
ings each day; and if within tho lim
its named in soctlon 24 tho same shall
be placed in containers as provided in
section 25 for collection; and it be
yond said limits tho samo shall bo
burnt or removed.
"Sec. 28. No garbage, stable manure,
night soil, or nnlmal or vegetable
refuse of any nnturo which is subject
to decay shall be used for grading pur
poses, or for filling up any houso lot
or other tract of land."
29. No garbago shall bo deposited In
any placo not authorized by the
Board of Health.
Extract from Penal Code:
"Section 874. Every person who
shall vlolato any regulation of tho
Board of Health, nfter the same shall
have been published, as provided in
tho last preceding section, shall bo
lined not exceeding ono hundred dol
lars." C. B. WOOD.
President Board of Health.
Holders of water privileges, or those
pnylng water rates, aro horeby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposes
nro from (1 to 8 o'clock n. in. and from
4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Aij, vrcd by A. YOUNG,
Minister of Interior.
Ho: Jura. Jane 14. IS?.
f Ihcopobatd Under th Laws I
tor the Hawaiian Republic.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Char. M. Cookk, ProMdont.
P. C. Jonks, Vlco-Presldent
C. H. Cooke, Cashier.
F. C. Atjierton, Assistant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlano,
E. D. Tonney,
Solicits tho Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and will
oarofully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foroign
Exchange, lssuo Lottors of Credit.
Ordinary and Torm Deposits received,
and Intorest allowod in accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pass
books, copies of which may be had upon
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
Cecil Brown President
M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper Cashier
E. M. Boyd Secretory
Directors Cecil Brown, Mark P.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. O.
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San FranclscoTho Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago Tho Morchants Loan and
Now York J. & W. Sellgman & Com
pany. London Tho Anglo-Callfornla
Paris Socletlo Generalo.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg & Com
pany. Hongkong and Yokohama The
Chartered Bank of India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank ot Aus
Canada Bank ot Montreal.
Berlin Gcrbruder Meyer.
Exchange bought and sold Letters
Credit Issued on all parts of the
Wm. U. Ibwu
""U . . . .'hi
San Francitco AgenttlitK Nevada
National Hank op San Franoisoo.
San FitANcisco Tho Novada National
Bank of San Francisco
London Tho Union Bank of London
Nkw YonK American Exchange Na.
Chicago Morchants National Bank.
Pams Credit Lyonnals.
Bkmjn Dresdnor Bank.
Honkono and YOKOHAMA Honkong A..
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and auhtraua Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvhb Bank 0
British North Amnrlui.
Traisact a General Man udEiciuue buumi
uepouu received. Loans made on Ao-
E roved Becnrlty. Commercial and Travelers
redlts leaned. BliU of Kxchance bowbt
OOLLIOTIONS PaOMFTLT ACCOPltTMP FO.
mmmQE & qq.
SavinKS Donoalb) will 1
received and interest allowed by this
Bank at four and one-half per cent.
Printed coplos of tho Rulen anil Rn.
illations may bo obtained on application.
uince at banK bulldine on Merchant
BISHOP A CO.
BISHOP cic Co.
.TratiBact a General Banking
vnd Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler'
Letters of Credit issued, avail
tblo in all the principal citiei
f the world.
Interest allowed after July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
months 3 nor cent., fl mnnfl,c
3 per cent., 12 months 4.
Pioneer Building and
Assets, Dec. 31, 1898, f 116,803.3
Monov Inannrl An annj ..
A Savings Bank for monthly deposits
Houses built on the monthly install'.
ment plan. "wu
Eighteenth Series of Stock is no
8. B. Rose, Viee-Presidont: O. B. Grav.
....., , . , umir, oocreiary,
DlRKOTOtUI T V Tn.l on n
y-TGoari A.W. Keeoh, J. G. Roth,
wo , Honry Smith, J. J. MoLeau, jTl).
Holt, C. B. Gray.
ror runner particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce room.
Qfflco Hours: 12:801:80 p. m.
Tjje Afojoham& Specie Bint;
Paid-up Capital ...
. 24,000,00 yea
The Bank buys and rocclves tot col
lection Bllls'of ExchnnirA lima rk.t.
and Letters ot Credit, ana transact!
a euuurui Dunning DUBlness.
gn R4 Dtpoilt for it Boathi, twu,!,,,
0 g4 gepoilt for t Boatm, j Jf '
Oa huti Depot It for n mootht, 5K ptr cwt , a,
Hnr BepnMlc BilMug. ufnii st, Huolili
The . . .
Cor. Alakea HalekanvUa Bu.
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on haa.
Estimates given for hen vis
ing and Electrical plante.
Marine Wiring a specialty?
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