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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MA.ROH G, IPOO
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Baldwin Celery Soda
Headache, Nervousness and
Pleasant and Refreshing
Honolulu Drug Co.,
HEADQUARTERS FOR DISINFECTANTS:
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
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Honolulu Drug Co.,
Von Holt Block, King st
DO YOU DRINK DERATED WATERS ?
If so, make them AT HOME with pure water from your own
ilter( by means of ....
The latest scientific method, simple to operate, perfect in result,
absolute purity guaranteed.
Every home should havp them
A Splendid Consignment of Surreys, Phrotons,
Buggies, Koad Oarts, and Harness.
Specially SoleoUul for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage Hanufactory
V. W. WRIGHT, Prop'r.
Just Received :
Cape Cod Cranberries,
Atmore's Mince Meat,
Condensed Mince Meat,
Apples, Turnips, Hams,
New Crop Nuts and Raisins,
Cream Chocolate Tablets, Jams,
Jellies. Shrimps, Table Fruits, Olives,
Oregon Burbank Potatoes, Crickets and Cakes, &c.,l &t
SOMETHING GOOD TO EAT!
Just Received, a New Lot of Groceries:
Norwegian Anchovies, Holland Herring, Sw'ss Cheese.""" Mettwurst Sausage,
BromanRelon," a ne v jelly in pnwder. Alpha Home Pudding 5 varieties.
Boston Brown Bread. Oyster Sau.e and Red-Hot Spanish. Chile Con Came.
Rutabaga Turnips. Magic Yeast. Condensed Mince Meat, etc.
Dried Fruit In Great Vaslety. At
Telephone 680. Fort street Orpheum Block.
HENRY MAY & CO., Ltd.
Grocers. . . .
The Waterhonse Store, I
Bethel street. Telephone 24. I
FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
212 King street, next to the Arlington,
The He My re Store,
Cor.KIng and Fort streets. Telephoni u
Hotels and Restaurants,
CIVIL SERVICE RULES
IN OUR RE3TAUHANT.
It lias to. Our waiters are
trained to be civil, quick and at
tentive to our guests. Our chej
is unrlvaled'in preparation of Jainty
and appetizing dishes. Everything
is scrupulously clean, everything
as comfortable as we can make it.
And the prices are always in reason.
Home Bakery Cafe.
The Best Meal Cafe.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5e. Cigar
l. oe had for the monoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and .rocers.
METROPOLITAN HEAT (XL
J 08 KING STREET.
Q. J. (Valleii, : : Manage!)
Wholoaalo and Retail
Oregeon and Temaies
Fresh Ranch Eggs
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, Kin s'reet.
Is the foretaste of the whole day. Spol.
that and we probably spoil all."
Be su-e the coffee Is good, and thatjilt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone ado, ill Fort St
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wholbbalx
Wine and Liquor Dealers.
Arol (or tbt Bottled Relnler But of iMitlt.
No. 19 Nuuanu Htuket
Fol.r Block. HoNotULU, Hawaiian Isundi.
P. O. Boi lit. Mutu.l Telephone ol.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROOEBB AM
225Quenn atrent, Hnnnlnln, i, ,
JonsoliLlatBQ Soda Water Co., Ie
Iirnor Allen & Fort Sts., Honolult.
HOLLI8TER & CO.,
Just received ex Mauna
Ala. To t)" ieen at the Sale Yards
INSPECTION JS CON MUED
Fall Meeting of Inspectors Resolve to
Keep Up the Work.
"At Least Two Wuks"' the Term -Dr.
Wiod Says What He Deems tbe Chief
Danger of Iufectlon Now.
A full rally of Inspectors responded
to the call of n meeting by tho Citizens'
Sanltnry Committee yesterday' after
noon. Uctween forty and fifty gentle
men were present, Including executlvo
members nnd President Dr. Wood, Dr.
Hmerson and F. J. Lowrcy of tho Doard
L. A. Thurston, chairman, stated the
meeting was called on account of
changed conditions. Sub-Inspectors
wcro cither dropping off entirely or
doing Inefficient work In some dis
tricts. If tho work was not dono thor
oughly there wes liable to bo a fresh
outbreak In an uninspected locality.
Tho question was whether to get more
suo-inspcctors or stop entirely nnd
hold themscUcs In readiness for any
future call, or, In the Intter case, have
paid Inspection under tho Hoard of
Health. There wcro many moro sub
Inspectors than Inspectors, so that tho
decision really rested with the sub
Inspectors, Ho asked Dr. Wood to glvo
Dr. Wood spoko of tho work as not
going so well ns nt tho start, tho men
doing It were getting tlrcd. Tho Board
of Health appreciated tho fact that hav
ing gono on for some months tho work
was getting Irksome. If they had their
own say they should bo In favor of con
tinuing the work by volunteers. They
should like to have further assistance
from the Citizens' Sanltnry Committee.
It would not bo well, nt nny rate, for
tho volunteer Inspector to stop sud
denly, boforo paid Inspectors had time
to becomo familiar with their duties.
Some districts dlu not require Inspec
tion ns much ns others. Any of tho
gentlemen I10 addressed would, In case,
of IllncRS In his household, certainly
send for n physician. At tho first It
was necessary to treat nil people alike.
A certain class, however, needed in
spection now. it consisted of Ignorant
people living In Insanitary places.
When tho Hoard got paid Inspectors
thoso places would continue to be In
spected. Another reason for not wanting In
spection to stop abruptly was tho scat
tering of people released from quaran
tine all over tho city, carrying with
tnem a large lot of personal effects
saved from the Infected districts before
their burning. Tho theory was very
probable that the last Chinaman got
Infection from this cause. Dr. Wood
went over tho movements of this man,
who wns taken sick when four days out
of tho detention camp, which ho had
left cleanly clad, and died of plague a
couplo of days afterward. A period of
net a great many days ought to cover
this remaining necessity of general
A. B. Wood told of a house In Nuu-
nnu valley, which had been occupied,
nil at once round to contain forty Chi
nese. This nationality were packed In
many houses of tho district. Some said
they did not sleep there, but others
made, contrary statements of them.
Such crowding mado him feel that It
was necessary to assist tho Board of
Health a while longer. In answer to
Mr. Thurston, ho said tho thought ho
could keep his sub-Inspectors at work.
Dr. Wood, answering tho chairman,
thought two weeks would be sufficient
to get tho pcoplo settled.
Mr. Hutchlus, us n sub-Inspector,
suggested that If tho Inspection of
homes known as clean, and their In
mates ns honest, were relaxed a num
ber of sub-Inspectors could do extra
work In places needing attention.
W. It. Castle thought that such
homes might bo left to tho chief In
spectors. Ho moved that the inspec
tion contlnuo for two weeks with such
modifications as tho committeo might
P. R. Iscnberg seconded the motion.
It was especially Important to have In
spection contlnuo ou account of Ja
panese laborers. These were apt to
bo absent at Inspection time but the
roads wcro swarming with them be
J. A. Oilman bald that out of 17
npanas In his district, 10 did not need
inspection. Ho favored continuing for
C. U. Ballcntyno believed that It nny
discrimination wero shown It would
not tnko long for tho Chinese and Jnp
ancso to And It out. Tho Inspection
should bo kent un ns at present. It it
was In their power to relievo tho '
Board of Health they should do It. It
wns a matter that concerned every ono J
of them. (ApplnuBo.) I'nld Inspectors
wero less reliable than volunteers, as
tho latter took It ns n matter of duty.
Ho suggested offering 11 reward for
overy enso of plaguo discovered.
W. K. Fisher was heartily In accord
with tho resolution. Ho knew some
thing about his own district and Us
ditches. It would tako two weeks moro
to havo the Kcwalo ditch and Its trib
utaries In good condition. If these
ditches wcro assured of being fixed
within that tlmo, ho would promise to
keep his sub-Inspectors down to work
until tho necessity ceased.
John Wlso could not keep moro than
thrco out of his six men to work. Two
of them wcro from tho Iron Works and
ono from Allen & Itoblnson's, neither
of which concerns had signed 'the
ngrecment to allow their employes
tlmo to do inspection.
K. D. Tenney Glvo us their names
and wo will seo that they can do in
D. Howard Hitchcock stated mat 01
his 13 npanas there was only ono he
would feel safo In not inspecting. Tho
other 12 would Boon And out of tho ono
E. B. McClnnahan considered that
tho moral effect of releasing somo sub
Inspectors would bo had upon thoso
kept at work. The latter would rea
son that the work was letting up and
they might take It easy.
J. 11. Fisher did not bcllevo In let
ting up on nny of their own houses
even. A sick Chinaman might hide In
your carriage house or mine. Their
work was not wholly for tho health,
but also for the business, of the com
munity. If tho Inspection wero re
laxed the Board of Health would off
set it by making Its regulations more
restrictive on business.
Mr. McClnnahan deemed It danger
ous to announce that they were going
to let up. When tho Board was ready
with Its paid inspectors let them know.
Now that they had got the better of the
disease let them keep this work up
moro vigorously than ever. Let the
sub-Inspectors know that tho Board
of Health Is going to relieve them be
fore long. Ho moved an amendment
that It was the sense of the meeting
that tho work should be kept on relentless!-
as long as necessary.
Mr. Ballou, who could not bo heard
distinctly owing to street noises, spoke
of there being n condition and not a
theory. Inspectors' reports came In
utrnggllngly, sometimes days behind
hand. Tho theory was that the city
was thoroughly Inspected, whereas the
condition was that It was not. Still,
there were hundreds of bub limpoctors
who did faithful work.
Mr. Castle, accepting the amend
ment, believed there would be two
weeks of good Inspection. Tho major
ity of sub-inspectors, who wero tip
top fellows, would go to work nnd give
two weeks or good inspection.
Secretary Calt said tho meeting was
a pleasant surprise. The executlvo
had been under the Impression that
many of tho sub-Inspectors had re
signed and others wanted to resign.
Mr. Wise repeated that thrco of his
men wcro not Inspecting properly.
Mr. Thurston nsked any Inspectors
whose sub-Inspectors were not work
ing to so Inform the meeting. The
meeting wns called under the Impres
sion that the sub-Inspectors wero get
ting tlrcd. If the Inspectors felt they
could gird up their loins and go
through with It, that was Just what
Mr. Hitchcock said he would have
hard work to keep up tho Inspection In
his difficult district, and thought It
would bo n good thing It his sub-Inspectors
understood that they would
bo through In two weeks.
A. W. Van Valkeubiirg spoke of the
self-interest of some pcoplo In con
cealing rases of Hlckncss for fear It
might bo plague and cause tho burning
or their houses. Such people made a
point of being nblo to glvo assurances
of all being well when tho sub-Inspec
tors came round. A paid Inspector
coming at odd times would bo more
likely to detect any deception.
Mr. Hutchlns held that It was peo
ple's self-interest to see that.no plague
lurked about their premises which
might bring Arc to them. Ho repeated
his argument for reducing Inspection
in somo places for the sako of better
Inspection where It was moro needed.
Mr. Thurston, replying to Mr! Bal
lentyne, snld he understood that, If
tho meeting decided on suspension of
tho work, tho machinery would still be
avallablo for Its resumption If tho ne
A. J. Campbell moved an amend
ment to have the Inspection continue
"for at least two weeks." Carried.
Tho resolution as amended was
adopted and then the meeting adjourn
ed. Buy your carrlago material from tbe
Pacific Vehicle and Supply Co.
Notice Is hereby given that upon Thurs
day, March 8th, A. D. tyoo, nt 10 o'clock
a. m. a iury duly drawn and subpoenaed
"In re Extention and Opening of Pauahl
Street from Nuuanu Street to Fort Street,"
will meet at the office of the Marshal, in
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and thence ad
journ to the site of the proposed roadway,
there to inspect and examine such locall'y
and ascertain all facts as may have a
bearing on the matter.
All persons In any way whatsoever
concerned In the above mentioned 'mprove
ment are therefore notlfird to be present t
such time anJ place, tnere to be heard by
the jury In relation to the proposed Im
provement. A. M. UKUWPi,
Marshal, Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, March 1, 1000. 47Q't
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby notlDcd
that the hours for Irrigation purposes
nro from 0 to 8 o'clock n. m. and from
4to 0 o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNO,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Juno 14, 1899.
WOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOOm
Plantation Work a Mpoolatty.
112 HOTRL BTMMT.
KAPA, OAHBASHES, LE1S, NA
TTVE OATS, HULA SKIRTS. NIITJA1
VUTS, FANS, 8BEI.LH HKKDS, Eto
nOMKMADE POI, constant! ,- onhana
Telephone 768' !.
Agents, Bruits and Jetton.
rV.G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Co., at Bk
Baldwin Locomotlro Works M
Phlladelnhla. Ptnn ft a a
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Na
Cano 8hrcdder),New York, 0,
11. umanai tc uo a unemlcal
Alex. Cross & Bans, hlvti
tlllzers for Cane and CoCm.
Reed's Steam Pipe Cnvflrlnt,
ALSO OFFER FOR BALM
Parafflno Paint Co's P. A B.
ana Papers; Lucol and
Oils, raw and hnll1
Indurlne (a cold water
white nnd rnlnnt
Filter Press Cloths, CememL
and Bricks .
CASTLE & COOKR,
The, Ew Pltniiii.il Co.
Thi Kohtl Sugar Cr
TJw Walamei Sumi III! Co. r
Tht Kolot AgrlcuTtuiil Co.
rht Fulton Iron Workl, Si. Looll, ...
Tb Go. F, Blilrt Stem Pum.i.
Weiton e Centrifugal,.
15 ew EJK,niml"ii"iicCo.olit
Ii ? F" I". Co. of Hirttor ; Coaa.
Tlit AllUntt Aiiunnet Co. ol looiio.
Agents for the California and
m. G. irwin & Co.
Win. O. Irwin, President and
iiaua spreckcls Vice!
v. in. Girrard.. Second Vice
II. M. Whltnoy. Jr. Treaa. ni
Geo. J. Ross AaMUav
Commission Agen s
latum of tbs
KJIANIO STEAH8HIP COMPAQ
OF BAN FRANfllHflO. OAU
BREWER if 06., M).,
Qumo ut, Honolulu H.t.
Company, Ooktla Sur Plnt Co, OnoaM Bm
Co., Hnnotnu Suer Ci., WilluWu Sural Co.. Miii
VllBO fJh 1I.I..1..I 1.. - ftflT a T
Planter 1 Line Sn It i.icoPicWt C kt. Br vw
tt Co. Lint ol Uosn Packets
LIST OF OFFICERS
O. M. Cooke, Ptesldont; Oeorra H
Robertson. Mumnr' V v. nT.iu
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W.
niiou, nuuu r, 1. j, judoi, tt. waiar
house, Geo. R. Carter. Dlronn
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance O.
The B Woke Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine. Etc.
M. PHILLIPS & CO..
Wholtsalo Importers and Jobbers t,.
laropean and American Dry goo
Fo t and qooen Btrasts.
H. HAOKPELD & 00.,L
iENERAL COMMISSION A6EMI
Qr Fort nod Qqaan BtwMs Hoaalala
donoluiu Iron Works Co
Improves, and modern SUGAR IfJk
CHINERY )f every capacity mat 4.
scrlptlon made to order. Dollar tail
and RIVETED PIPES for natts)
purposes a specialty. Partlnmr attt.
tlon paid to JOB VT3RK .a-d repairs
executed at shortest noUea.
trtnaral Manager of
n Uqu'UbU Life Assnranca Sonify
(if U rjalted States for the Havana
Onioai Merchant street. Hon