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THE EVKKIXU BULLETIN: HONOLULU, li. 1., TUESDAY, FEBltUAlll iy, luun
mli&MuLB lapLMMi Mti v.m.-m
W The H)(l
S C'duinbia, Rambler & H.irtmrd 1' ivJei e. m to Bj
:J be im' iN.it r Jit thitiK. We have luJ sample nf the h tl and .8
will Mie i '.mk sl')v.k by the "Au-tr.ilii" in two wk. M .4 of the a'
Cli miles Columbias are sold to arrive the-e i su.h .1 Jrm.rJ for this h
vvliPfl rhrv are 4 p un I lighter thl year nnJ are litteJ with the
SPLC1A1. TROPICAL Tl UK v huh makes them a perfect mount lor
these Islands The C d-.mbi i Oi iinles weighs less tii.m 2; pounds anj
we guarantee it for any riJer vvcglilne up to jco pound. OurllAKT
FOKL) anj l V.lBI.ER chain vv mels are beauties, call and see the simples
We have aMMinp'ete rep ur slvi.i as ever, thouRti it '-.not conveniently
located at present. Jinan this vear we expect to Ret back to t he old
c rne". w here a ti.ie mo.ern Jepartm-nt Is to be fitted up In our ne.v store.
At pre-nt vwNell, re it anj repair wheels in the brkk buiMIng on the
upper side ot King street opp -ite to where our old stand was and are able
to do the tc-t repur work done in town, rent the well known Columbia
Ch unless, and veil any mode! of Columbia, Rambler or H irtford for cash
or on e isv installments. We want your custom.
lull i A Cfl&i !rt
TiklL fit aUW, LIU,
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Monday. . . .
Ton Jay '),
1.46 1 8
9 KJ IU 10
1 m. p. in
4.17 10 11 947
ll.ll n. H
' 7 5"
p. m I
uul a. 111
IJ J4 "i
l-nill moon on the loth nt 3:20 a. m.
Tides from tlio Uultt-d Status Coast
and Ucoiletlo Survey Table3.
Tlio tides nt Kaliulul and IIHo occur
ubout oil hour earlier than nt Honolu
llavvallnn Standard Tlmo Is lOh. 30m
slower than (iiet'iivvkh time, being
that of tlio inei Inn of 157 30. The
tlmo vvhlBtlo I .vv3 at 1:30 p. m.,
which Is tlio .itno aa (iieenvvieh Oh.
Weatlur lluteaii. I'unnliou. Poll. 13.
TVmperntuie MornliiK minimum,
07; Midday maximum. 7.".
llaiometer at 9 n. m. 30.01. I. ..ul.u
Uow Point :.S P.
Humidity nt it n. in. .'i7 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station. IMi.
13. Weutlii r hazy: wind llslit S.
Monday, Feb. 12.
Am. Idit. Aineo. Pony, from Pa.sa
gua, Dee. 1!); S,8!)i) bans nitrate soda
mid 70.1 bai;s boncmcul.
Stmr. Kauai. Ilruhn, from Muuai.
Tuesday, F:eb. 1 3.
Br. S. S. StrathRyle, Mclarlsh, ftom
Yokohama January 21;.
Stmr. K.iiul.un, from llilo.
Monday, Pel). 12.
Am. liK. Topgallant, i.umlvnldi. In
ballast for the Sound.
Tuesday, Feb. if.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Se.irle, for O.ihu
Soiled Sammy Me pore olu nimbler.
Bho hain't heen me face for 20 year.
Languid I.iiUl Wuss that the last
time yo washed itV-Ally Sloper.
Subscribers lo I be BUL
LETIN not receiving th"- Pa
pers promptly will confr- a
favor by notifying tbe 'Busi
ness CTice, Telephone 256.
- . ,
ftyOUNG TENDER CORK
WEEK OF FEU. 12.
MINIS TRElI'IRST PART.
'I hirtvlive Peonle on the Statre.
The Misses Heresford, Leicester, DUon,
Richards, Oakley and Gale.
Messrs. Rockwell, Richards, Baxter,
Koocle, Antonio, Livingston, Adams
HAWAIIAN QUINTliTTI: CLUB,
In Native Melodies and '-'oik Songs.
THE ORRHEUM AULI- QUAR'IET.
THE ORPHEUM LADY QUARTET.
Choruses Popular Melodies and Origlral
An Original Comedy Sketch, Written by
Allan Dunn Expre-tflv for the Re
opening Bill; Presented by Miss Ab
mee Leicester, and Messrs. Lovette
Rovkwel land -Mian Dunn.
In Hlgh-Clas Comedy Specialties.
Juggler and Wire-Walker.
SICNOR AN IONIO,
'I he .Modern Samson.
In Ragtime Coon Melodies.
l25 cents will be paid
for "Bulletins" of the
Jan. 16, !9, 20,
Sujiur Co., Ltd.
Notice Is hereby given that the THIRD
ASSESSMENT of 10 per cent, or i per
share, will be due and payable at the of
fices of Alexander ,: Baldwin, Judd build
ing, on the 1st day of March, iqoo.
J. P. COOKE,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, njoo. i45)-iw
Special Meeting of the Stockholders of
the UNION FEED COMPANY, Limited,
will be held at the Company's office,
luJd Building, on FRIDAY, the i6th Inst.,
at 10 o'clock a. in., to consider important
busmess. F. R. VIDA.
Secretary Union Feed Co., I td.
Honolulu, Feb. 8, iqoo. 14507!
If you are fond of pictures,
drop in and look over the fresh
lot of Copley Piints, Carbons,
and London Prints, covering
over fifty subjects of the very
1 10 Hotel street.
TELLS OFJIAUI TRIP.
(Continued from pace I )
such hiindllliK of fi eight to In done en
til cly lv mill fiom the undiluted dis
tricts of Kilhitlul. Carried.
"Moved that the nppralsn-: eonunlt
tre for buildings, consist of .1. II. Hell,
Mr. Cass and Mr. Sonny. Can led.
Moved that tho npprnislng eommit
tie for goods consist ot Mi. KiiMand.
Mr. .doss and Mr. Kennedy. Can led.
"Moved thnt Dr. Oarvln be author
ized to attend to the whole tpirsllon of
passes In mid out of Kaliulul. Car
tlcd. "Moved that the sheriff send out of
fleets to trace out and retain to Kn
hului all persons who have lift the In
fected dlstilct during the past week.
"I then presented the committee
with the following letter:
'The following named pel sons hold
ing commissions as agents of the
Hoard of Health, and members of tho
Sanitary Committee of the Island of
Maul, namely. I.. Von TempUsy. W.
ORB, Pierre Cockctt. 11. P. Baldwin, L
M. Baldwin. Dr. Weddlck. Dr McCon
l.ey, Dr. WIiibIow, K. 8. .Igeidrum, Dr.
McOcttlgan. i:. Kruse, Dr. Davidson,
C. II. Wells. W. C. Cook ,V. .1. I.owrle,
Dr. Sabey and .1. Zuniwnldt. sue liereby
aiithorled to act us u Iloaid of Health
for the Island of .Maul, during the pies
ent epidemic of bubonic plague, and all
aits performed by them as 11 lommltleo
under any qnrhtlon of the existing
legiiluttoiis of the Iloaid ol Health,
will be niithorl.ed by the Hoard of
"C. H. WOOD.
"President Hoard of lluiltb."
The action of the Piesldent In giving
the iibovejnstriictions was approved.
The minutes of the Kaliulul meeting
as given above were voted . lonllrmcd
mid Incorporated in the mitiutis of the
Hoard of Health.
Continuing, Piesldent Wood Kild:
"The Kaliulul people, cari.ving out
tin lr actions, put Kaliulul into quaran
tine as against tho remainder of the
island and placed it special quarantine
on Chinatown. Al Ithe merchandise
in the vvaieliousrs anil all the stores
in tbe Kaliulul htoro were quarantined,
the mders being that nothing In the
way of merchandise should lie moved
out of Kaliulul.
"The giand stand at the race track
was lioaided up and turned Into a de
tention camp. Tho people fiom China
town were thin bathed, glvin elinn
clothes and sent to this place. Piep
aratlous weie nt once made to bin a
the whole of Chinatown and, upon ar
rival ut l.ahalna, on my way back to
Honolulu. I learned that the lire had
nlieady been started.
"Dr. Armltage, who had charge of
all tho easts gave the following notob.
" 'Case 1 Ah Tong. male Chinese,
taken fiom a washhousc In Chinatown.
This man sent to Wuiliiku mid while
tueie, saw Dr. Armltage. Kcliiunry -1.
Itcpoited tliat ho hud lie n HI since
January :io. Timiiotatiiie lot, ptilnj
rapid. ICulai genu nt of the glands of
the ih'lI; began February 1. Went
back to Kaliulul and dhd In his place.
The house in Wulluku In which Ik
stayed was binned.'
" 'Cnse " Male Chinese, also from
wiiHhumifcp. Was seen by Dr. Armltage
I'ebruaiy 7 silting up In a dazed con
dition. Tempeiatuie 101. Xo en
largement of the glands. No pneu
monic symptoms. Pal lent died shortly
after being seen.'
"'Cases :i and l-.lapanese woman
and 1 lilhl. Heen hy Dr. Armltage Feb
ruaiy 0. Originally fiom Spreckels
ville plantation but had been In Chi
natown in Kaliulul for some time.
Child d ed dining the night and the
woman the next morning. Latter com
plained of pains. No glandular cu
laigiments. No pneumonic symptoms.
Just here Piesldint Wood stated that
tne 1 saniluations may not have bien
very searching and thus glandular en
laigenicnts or pneumonic symptoms
might have cm aped the notice of a
" 'Cube f Ah Mlug, male Chlne.ie,
fifbt bein by Dr. Armltago Februatv
7. Tempeiatiire lO'i. Chills, Femoial
enlargement. This was the case that
furnished the gland tor microscopical
examinations in Honolulu.
Case li Ah Sam, male Chinese, llrst
seen by Dr. Aiinltago February 9.
Tempeiatuie inn. Right axillary bubo.
I'a ns Post mortem by Dr. Garvin.
Spk. a eiimiged and left lung lilam
mid soft. Slides showed any amount of
Case 7 .Male Chinese, taken sick be
fore arrival of physicians from Hono
lulu and died thiee horns nfter being
"Chinatown," continued Dr. AVoon,
"loveis 11 tract between two mid three
acies in extent and all the cases of
plague In Kaliulul camo from tho cen
ter of that place. 1 found londitinns
there most unsanltaiy. worse In fact
than those that existed In Honolulu's
Chinatown. Tho houses are built ill
lectly on the giound. Thorn was no
limine for a cesspool and tho drinking
water was ibtuliicd from surfneo wells
directly to tho icnr of the vniloim
buildings. It was evident that there
was only one treatement disposal of
tho place by lire.
"Now then as to the chances that tho
dlseaso has gotten out of Kaliulul.
On Saturday at 10 a. in. the wholo place
was put Into quarantine. Tho censua
was short about l!0o. Wo went through
every room In Chinatown. Olio Jap
anese was found to bo feverish but tho
case cleared up and tho fever disap
peared very soon. There were no sus
"Previous to the sickness there wero
R00 people, but between SO and 100 hnd
left, probably after tho first case. Tho
peoplo of Kaliulul wero rapidly locat
ing tho runaways. A dozen wero found
In Kiila. four In Lahalna and other In
Walluku. Tho sheriff had started out
with good men to loeato all theso peo
ple and It was his Iden that till tho run
aways should be located before making
fcr a littt firxt tmertion: la cfKtl ttconJ truer.
'ion, intents a a and Kicenft c montt. Itu If Ibt
tbeapett dJverUunt ever vtfereJ IbepeoU oflhttnlulu.
HUvMt- 11. 1, r I'Dllt-l) PLAN lit ii,r sale
I ntxt Jiw.r 10 .Mr I. II. R vJ' Walk.kl UoiJ.
ATriNTION' CHEAT HAWOAIN lle.iutlful
AUxk.in N.t JtworkCc Icrltcev cli Macnl
Ikenl present tor ladles. Arptv II. OsMc. Aliiha
ll.iuse, I nil striMt. tiii-tw
i;0! SAU-.Titlei.kHIAih ll:)KSr-. 7ear
1 olJ, 1 et nt Mirne. Surrey lih rubber tires
fall im Q II HtKHbY. Kjoius wj-ioi, JuJ4
tele ut a Urire tenement
1 house sltliatcJ tie
near the heart of the tuwn Pres
ent Net Atonlhly Income 5t'o Arplv lo
141 No. )t3 fort kteet.
I 90 tears to rtn.
Lease nt Cottage centrally.
(irounJ rent f fa per mon'.h.
No 110 Port street.
New Modern Colli ce and lot
5oinn A Safpaln as a home.
No. 110 l-ori street.
' it Kcnalo bit
FllK SXLfc it Anthony Camera,
bark, with wlJe angle Morrison lens,
COM S VLE-LANDS IN ALL
F CITY ll J M. VIVAS.
PARTS OP THE
COTrAliE TO LET mauka of
Enquires oil tlie prefnisM
Tmrna S luarc.
TO LET-rimNIMILiCOTTA(iL Parly leav
f ln tor the Coast wishes to sell the furniture of a
-ru m cttace with pnvllice of renting ci.tlage.
Rent Sis, price of furniture $10 co. Close In
town. Apply Xl' thisollice. 1450-iw
Tllh ALOHA ROOMINH HOUSE. Tort St. Pest
' rooms and attendance In city. ilia
pi w 1 imi .i.mi I'.itiriniim .rfWSrfi'i.. f
WANTID-ri'RNISIILI) or UNTURNISIICD
ROOMS ttlih or ulthout board, suluble lor
twosnunc men. Must ba Mlth'n one and one-halt
miles Irom Post Office. Address M O., liox Oia.
WANTt-D-livr. Mr.SSENOr.R BOYS at once.
Auction Messenger Service, llo'el and Aia-
kt.l Strci Is I4iq
WAN1LD-N. I'. IlllRlJESS does all kinds of
smalt repairing. Lawn Moers and Gardi-n
H ise. are sfrclaliles. Lawn Mowers will be call
ed Inr. by rinsing up aaa Also a tew for rent
P. nsa l's slre-t lilfi-'t
SITUATIONS WAN mil Anone desiring the iir
ke of labonrs. servants, buthrs, ardmen,
laundrmen and women, should Immidlale application
ti -upt C. A. I)ole. at the Drill Shed Detention
WAN rCD Men to know that they can get shaved
by a white barber fur 15 cen.s at II. JEI f"S.
Gigs I ort street, opp Club Stables laoo-tf
WRITINti AND ACCOUNTING DONE accurate
ly, moderate rales. MR. MUM. care People's
Express Co . 01 lienetai Delivery. P O no-lf
."O.MI'hTENT (iLR.MAN liIRL WANTED tor
V- general housework and care ot children. Reler
erces reoulred Arplv f M Itutletln oltlce 1169
I OSr Will the gentleman who picked up a ladles'
I- GOLD WATCH, on I ort strtet. near Hobron's
Drug S'ore, please teaxe sarre at Willard Prown's
office. Tort street, and receive reward. 1448 tw
POUND Adolf Cape gray cloth with fine blue
1 and inaronn strip.s anj SloIcIi plaid lining
lindert-in have sime by calling at tills office and
palng costs of advertising. ii41-tt
any arusts. Thin the whole lot will
be leturned to the detention en inn with
I heir peisolial elfetts.
The lioillis of all hut the last two
victims weie burled at a place near
Wnlhte. As soon as the rush of wink
at Kaliulul has been Mulshed, Dr. Gar
vin will give his personal attention to
the live bodies burled nt that place.
"I.iilialiin and liana have quarantin
ed tiieinselves against the other parts
of the Island and, when I stopped nt
l.iihalua I emphasized tho Importance
of a house to house Inspection at least
once a day.
"The Sniiltiiiy Commltteo at Kaliu
lul i.andeil in the following on tho
pi obable oilgln of the plague In Ka
liulul: "I wo months before tho plague broke
out and tpiuraiitiun was established In
Honolulu, latables for Chlneso Now
Year 1 eleliratlon wero Imported from
Chliiu, via Honolulu, by u restaurant
Uiepir In the center of tho Infected
dibtilct of Kaliulul, and one, at least,
of tho plague deaths aroso In that res
taurant. Tin so goods wero not opened
until tlio Chinese New Year, and It was
it about that tlmo tho plague liroko
"Tlie people strlckm with the plague
weie none of them from Honolulu.
They had been residents of Kaliulul
for joins. It is evident then that tho
disease was carried there In merchan
dise." On motion of .Minister Cooper It vvaa
voted that a Hoard of Inquiry with
power to investigate all cases of plague
mid to work up n history of tho dis
ease during tlie wholo epidemic nnd
earlier eases that might bo now con
sidered in the light of suspicious cases,
be appointed by the President.
President Wood stated that the cases
on Maul could not bo traced to the
shipment of what Is known as per
mitted freight or passenger tralllc from
Honolulu dining tho present restric
tions. N'o Asiatic freight had been
hhlppcd. Chinatown In Kaliulul had
heen 11 mercantllo concern all by It
m If. There nail been absolutely no
conneitloii with tho plantations and
all permitted freight had gono to tho
It was voted that Dr. Carmlehacl nnd
Consul (icneral Haywood ho given
special permits to go to Kaliulul.
There was a long discussion as to a
place for quarantining whlto people
who wished to go to tho othor Islands
lint no conclusion was arrived nt.
Minister Cooper mentioned tho drill
shed hut President Wood vvns In favor
of n placo farther away from town.
Asked as to his present opinion of
the merchandlso In tho Anla wnro
hoiibes President Wood said: "I have
not changed my mind. Tho personal
effects nro more dangerous than the
merchandise but nro much more easily
handled and can bo thoroughly treated.
Of coin so I do not mean such effects
33 Queen Street
I HIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. l- MORGAN.
Pacific import Co
We beg to inform the Ladies
that we have Just opened out
five cases of Embroideries, In
sertions, and AHOver Embroid
eriesl,000 pieces of Embroid
eries of all grades in widths and
qualities to select from, high
novelties in new patterns that
must be seen to be appreciated.
Having imported the same direct
from the larger manufacturer
in Switzerland, we are able ttt
sell the seme at very reasonable
We invite inspection.
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
S, EHRLICH, Manager.
THE ORPHEUM HOTEL
The patronage of old cus
tomers and the general public
All employees are kept
strictly on the premises.
fc 4 i i
ED. A. WILLIAMS
His Undertalsin? "arlors to Six Hundred
and Fifteen nee .. rulf, Fort street, ditectlv
opposite the old stand. -
H. F. BERTELMAN'S
To rear of old stand. Entrance on King
street. Order left at either shop, or office,
at Jas. Nott's ibre, King street, will re
ceive promp1 attention. MSi-tf
Is now located with C. Grotte, tailor.
II. II. William';, furniture dealer and
unJe taer, cm bj found at his residence,
Fort street, elow Fort btieet House.
Tel. 840. 1452-1 w
Tho Evening Hulletln, 75 cents per