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l Lines of Trraiei.
Till HVKNINU UUIitiliTINi IIUNOIiUliU, II. I., HAI'UUDAV, AIMIIIj 14, MIOO.
, oceanic Steamship Company
Tho Fino Passenger Steamers of This Lino Will Arrive at aur
Leave This Fort as Horounder.
From. San Franoisoo:
MOANA... .' An11"
i. July 4
In connection with the failing of the above steamers, the Agonta
tie proparod to issuo, to intending paaaengera, coupon through
Mekets by any railroad from Ban tfranoiaco, to all points in the
United (States, ana irom new xors Dy an HToamsmp uno to an
For farther partioalars apply to
Wm. Gf. Irwin & Co., Limited
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Go, 9 Toyo Risen Kalsna
. SlMBWt ol tfet abort coaasanit will call at Honololu ant leave thla port oa 01 about che .
For Japan and China:
twv Apill 4
Nippon Mara May
Anetka Mara May.6
P.klnr J.un 5
Fot ttntcal Information apply to
H. Hackfeld &
Sfaimera of tht abovt lint, runnlnr In connection trim tut UANAUIAN HA I-1 hit. KAILWAT t-U.
Vancouver, B. C. and Sydney. N. S. W.. and calling at Victoria, C. C Honolulu and Brl.bant
it ODB AT
llunua.ejA.ij on or aooui lot
ROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
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asrThrouth ticket. Itiutd from Honolulu lo Canada, Uatttd State, and Europe. For Freight and
Pa.ugt and all (antral Information, apply to
Theo. II. Device & Co., Ltd.. Gen'l Agents.
Lines of Travel.
Wilder SteanisbiD Co, Ltd.
6. 6. Kiriau,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Change In Sailing of
On and otter Tuesday. Nov. i. tue
atoamer KINAU will sail fiom Hono
lulu on Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
nakokal, Lahalna, Maalaea Day, Klhel,
Makena, Kawolhae, Muhukona, Lau
pahochoo nnd Hllo.
Returning will sail from Hllo ou
Fridays at 2 p. m.. for above numod
porU, arriving In Honolulu on Satur-
Passengers and freight will bo taken
for Makena, Mahukona, Kawaihao, Hl
lo, Hakalau, Honomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Lalsalna,
Maalaea Bay, Klhel and Laupuhochoe
6. 8. Claudlne.
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at C p. m.. touching at Lahalna, Ka
hulul, Nahlkur Hana, Hamoa and Kl
pahulu. Maul. Returning, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, onco each
6. S. Lehua,
umtvil MAUI. LANAI.
Sails every Monday for Kaunakakal,
Kamalo, Maunalel, ltaiaupapa, uw
na. Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings,
This company reserves tho right to
make changes In the time of . 1 Wrtura
and arrival of Its steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there-
''consignees must bo at the landing
to receive their freight. This com
pany will not hold Itself responsible
for freight after It has been landed.
Llvo BtocK received only at owner s
trutu mmnanv will not be responsible
for money or valuables of passengers
unless placed In tho care of the pur-
""passengers are requested to purchase
tickets beforo embarking. Those fall
ing to do so will be subject to an ad
ditional charge of twenty-five per cent.
The company will not be liable for
loss of. nor Injury to, nor delay In.
tho delivery of baggago or personal
:... im nnnsencer beyond the
amount of 1100.00. unless the value of
t same lw declared, at or before the
,Bsue of the ticket. i fre.gnt p...,
For San fcnoisco.
. . Aprl it
For San Francisco:
Rio at Janeiro April it
Coptk April it
America Maru May j
Peking May ii
Hongkone Maru May 99
China , Junt 5
Nippon Maru June 11
Co., Ltd., Agents.
aaiaa ptiow aiawu. tii i
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE.
For Victoria and Vancouver (B.C.):
miowera Arm 11
Aorangl May 9
Warrlmoo June 6
Mlowera July 4
Aorangl Aug, 1
Liies of Tm el.
All employes of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without; de
livering a shipment receipt therefor In
the form prescribed by the Company,
and 'which may be seen by shippers
upon application to the pursers of the
Shippers are notified that if freight
is shipped without such receplt tt will
be solely at the risk of the ahlpper.
C. 1 WIGHT. President
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. T. K. CLARKE, Port Bupt
"The Overland Route"
Is Thirteen Hoars Quicker Than via
Any Otber Route.
''The Overland Limited"
Runs Everyday In the 'Year Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
B.rber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Drawing Room Palace Sleepers etc.
No Change of Cars.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
35 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A
1472 Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1R99,
STATIONS. Dally Dally
(Outward) at. Sun. Dally ai.Sua. Dally Dally
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Honolulu t:io 9:15 11:05 WS "
Ptarl City.... S.oj g:.t 11:40 3:47 1:50
Ewe Mill :) 10.0S ia:oo 4:0s 0:10
Watanat 10:50 .... 4:41 ....
Walalua 11:55 .... 5:40 ,,,,
Cabuku ,,. it:ta .,,, 6;i ....
(Inward) ea Sun. Dally Dally Dally
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M
Kanaka: 5:55 .oj
Walalua 6:10 ,,,, .:;o
Watanat t:io .,,, 3:55
BwaMIII , j:jo :s 1:05 4:3.
Peel I City 6.15 8.03 1130 4:31
.Honolulu... 6.50 t: toj 5:.e
F. C. Smith, Genf Pass. A Ticket
WATER MUST BE FILTERLD
Dr. Wood's Forceful Statement
the Couccil ol Su.te.
Typhoid Ftvir M.klig lluilwiy - Filiratlon tbt
Duly Sine Silc Guam Ldit 1'tr-
Ctntage ol Ddtbs
Dr. Wood spolto before tho Council of
State lust Tuesday uftcruooit upon thu
question or lunation. Anions otnei
things ho nal (I that ho had given tins
nuiBtlon considerable thought. Ho lie
lleved thcro was but ono way lo lis
pursued, If tho Government wns to
furnish tno city with water, on 1 Miat
was to filter it before delivery to tho
people, it tho water was to bo immpril
that would meet the view of tlio Uoam
of Health. Ho could not answer tho
mechanical questions no to economy
nnd supply, that wan for nu Piigluucr
to deride; but ho was convlncc.l that
Burfaco water should not bo used. Val
ley water was good and nrtertiun wntT
was bad, as a general thing, fioin the
Thcro had been no statistics kept
hero and It had been Impossible to
trace tho locality of tho law per cent
of typhoid fever cases In tho hospitals.
Ho had mado n map, howovor, which
proved that most typhoid fever deaths
had come from cesspools nnd other tilth
localities in Chinatown nnd did not
coma through tho drinking watsr. He
Instanced tho typhoid cases In the
camps where nrteslan water Lad been
used. A year ago the physicians nt
a public meeting had declare 1 thcro
was no typhoid fever here, except oc
casional cases on tho plantations. His
opinion was that tho physicians hud
not recognized tho sltua'.lon at that
time. Recently the pest house post
mortems had Bhown that typhoid killed
In the early stages without even being
suspected. Many of tho deaths re
ported under various names, especially
fever, had been discussed In tho Board
of Health and the Agent of the Board
had been ordered to placo "unknown"
against every death whero ho wns not
nusolutcly certain of tho cause. It had
been objected, In tho Board, that tills
would raise a howl well, tho howl
cunio In the newspapers tud had tlouo
In an ordlnury Amcrican'-clty there
wero 25 deaths per 100,000 a .year from
typhoid fever. In Honolulu' It wits 2f0
per 100,000 and the figured wero not far
out of the way, as tho statistics would
flhpw. "Hawaiian fever" was' u erm
manufactured by tho Japan eio physi
cians who failed, when questioned, to
explain what It meant, but used It
In bo many of their cases'. Tho bulk
of theso cases ho believed' ahould bo
marked down as typhoid iever. In
the Japaneso hospitals the bulk of tho
cases reported wero from1 "Hawaiian
fever;" tho small .minority wro
Ho was certain that although Nuu
anu valley water had not yet been the
cause of typhoid It would bo In the near
future. Polluted water V,M tho cause
the world over. The only reason Nuu
anu water was still safo wan becauso
typhoid bad not. been, hero long enough
and pollution had not reached the
source. Tho city needed both tho ar
tesian and valley water, but oven ar
tesian water must have a clean sou re.
Tho sourco of artesian water could he-
como polluted, but not ho readily us
that of surface water. Ho hero read
statistics from a standard work on ni
tration and continuing, taid In Mih
stancc: Here wo must tiso water from both
sources deep well and rcsorvolr and
all miiBt bo frco from pollution. Oply
flltrntlon wilt keep this water frco from
tho excrements of man nnd anlmnlb.
Ono man with tho typhoid rover will
poison 1,000 people with tho disease.
Ho asked this Councilors to examine
tho source of tho present supply and
they would at onco rcallzo the danger.
Cholera and plaguo kill more quickly
than typhoid In most cases, but the
latter fever Ib Just as dangcrou nnd
much inoro insidious.
A Councilor had said ho would lather
havo bad water than no water. Under
this and similar theories ho believed
that within three years there would ho
an epidemic of typhoid In Honolulu;
there certainly would be If the Nuuauu
water was not llltered. Ho then com
pared tho construction of reservoirs
hero with those built In Hongkong,
where they used from ono to llvo filter
beds, us necessity required, before the
supply reservoir was reached. He
hero commented upon tho chemical
uiiulysls of Honolulu water and stated
that in his opinion tho bacteriological
test was the safest, as far as tho pub
lic health was concerned.
CHILDREN'S WORST FOE.
Children show symptoms of dlscasr
quicker than grown people, and art
accordingly easy to treat for all trou
blcs. Tho worst foes of children nr
worms, hut their presence- can bo read
Uy detected nnd speedily removed
When n child becomes restless li
sleep, picks at its noso, grinds It
teeth, has an Irregular npetlto, Is nor
yously Irritable, and has bad breath, li
Is a victim of worms' work. Thoio !
Just ono way to treat worms that U
to kill them. Don't wasto tlmo on nnj
other treatment, and don't wnstt
money on any other mcdlclno, foi
KIckapoo Indhui Worm Killer Is tin
safest,, surest, promptest and most per
mancnt relief from worms. Hobroi
Drug Co., agents for KIckapoo Indlai
Tho Ellto Barber Sho; ha3 openo
their Now Parlors nt the Occldcnta
Hotel and are ready for business.
PROTECT OUR HOMES
IMIlor llV'tilrig llulMln In cmr
Imitii! tt rcbrtiniy 21th tlieiti n,irniH .1
roiiiiiiiinlrntiou from "Ni w Honolulu,"
pi'tififtHcdly In behalf of lh iPion.ri
live ImiiiovuuoilH ptopoHid for Ho
xrasarjs'Tlie - General - Electric - Company
1 claims nto an "abomination." .1 I i
common icndczvuiiH for the criminal
cIushch," "tho trllnito that decency 1
pays to vice." Tills Is honest nnd '
truthful ho far. It Is true of thn
"criminal classes." tho world t ver,
fiom Immemorial, that they "tied;
darkniFis rather than light becaus"
their deeds nro evil."
It Is nlso true th.it "d'vnicy" in tho
preservation of the purity of tho Inno
cent, has always instinctively pounht
to keep tho hideous, slimy serpent of
crime beyond the sight nn.l beyond tho
rench of all who need pinteitltm. Hut
It Is not true that "every llli-rnl nnd
Intelligent man recognizes tho f.iet that
prostitution Is n ncrcs.iry evil.'' it
may ho trno that "such evil will exist
in nplto of prohibitory laws." hut this
docs not prove that prostitution Is a
"ncccssaiy" evil, aiurd"" exists In
spite of tho most stringent laws nnd
sovcro penalties against murder.
Stealing, prompted by the natural do
slro of possession, exists in spite of
laws nnd penalties ngitnst till' crime.
Shall wo arguo irom theso facts that
such crimes and crlm'nnls nro 'neces
sary" evils, nnd forthwith proceed to
license, and regulate th"ft and murder
for tho purpose of mlttiratliK thesj
crimes? If not, why not?
Tho crimes of theft and murder
might as well be licensed aR that of
prostitution. What true mother nnd
father would not prefer to seo their
daughter shot to death, riddled with
bullets, or cut Into pieces, rather than
to sec her living tho life of a prosti
tute! It this life Is so tcrrlblo for your
daughter, nnd mine--so tcrrlblo that
wo cannot even endure tho thought of
a possibility of "our dniigbtcni and our
wives coming into social contact with
tho woman prostitute, wlutt shall we
say In extenuation of tho crlmo of him
who deliberately provides and plans
for thu protection of prostitution?
Tho nbnndoncd prostitute, nnd the
"seml-respectablo trulls" are women.
They nro daughters of parents to whom
their virtue should havo been as preci
ous as Is tho virtue of your daughter to
you. If somo woman has been so un
fortunate as to have tho lovo and pio
toctlon of parents, that your daughter
possesses In you, her very destitu
tion should so much tho moro appeal
to tho pity and protection of every
manly man. No man can lay claim to
a true and honest chivalry towards
woman, who will glvo consent to any
measuro that contributes to her degra
dation. A man worthy of being trust
ed and respected by woman is tho only
ono who despises with all tho strength
of his bouI such lying sophistry as that
our sons must of necessity mako de
graded outcasto of whom of your
daughters, that, forsooth, my daughter
may escape? A sophistry worthy only
of tho "father of lies" from whom It
emanated. Look at tho picture a man
defending the prostitution of an unpro
tected woman In order to make secure
tho vlruto of tho wife and daughter of
his home! Honorable, valiant, cour
It Is not and can not bo necessary
that such terrlblo sacrifices Bhould bo
mado by authority of tho government.
of the faculties given by God for tho
establishment and maintenance of the
family nnd home, to tho establishment
and maintenance of tho Indulgence ot
beastly lust. If tho government docs
establish, engago In and protect such
Institutions It has no right to deal, be
partial to nnd discriminate In favor of
tho man, nnd against tho woman. If
tho women who thus pollute them
selves are to bo enrolled and examined
by officers of tho government, every
man who pollutes himself with them
ihould bo required to register his name
tnd submit to a physical examination
y tho samo authority. This require
ment Is absolutely necessary for his
protection as well ns that of the "un
fortunate sisterhood." Moreover, If the
;overnment Is to "rcgulnto" and "II
cense" this tcrrlblo evil in tho Interests
of our homes It should by all means oc
"tipy for tho purposo tho widest and
lightest streets, giving all tho publicity
oosslblo to tho good accomplished.
We can hardly conceive ot such a thin?
is an enlightened, civilized government
ingnglng In a business that must needs
hide away from decent gaze or that It
in any degrco reprehensible. Any
business upon which our government
jlaccs Is seal of protection, much
more, any business from which oui
rovcrnment receives a rovenuo should
itand above reproach, from every as
pect. Our laws should stand for trutl
tnd righteousness, for tho protectlor
ind rights of all. Not only Bhouli'
jvcrv man bo secured by tho regula
Ions of tho law, against the possibility!
)f Infectious disease from his predeccs-y
ior, hut Justlco demands that tho law
egulatlng and licensing this terrlbl'
'rafllc In tho Interests of tho home
ihould renulro thnt tho man In whos-
)chalf tho "licensing of prostitution li f
lecmed a necessity," should bo rclcgat
d to tho samo social piano as tho "un
ortunato sisterhood." May that gooi
ciuio speedily come.
Win. twenty years exp
ience, King Bros, claim firs'
lace as picture Cramers. Yoi
vill always be satisfied if yoi
uve this sort of work properl'
ione. Enough said. KINC
3ROS.. 110 Hotel street.
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
BoIIci'mukci'H : : uiu! : : Electricians.
KISDOiN IKON WOBKS,
ENGINEERS AND GUILDERS.
Tiih Duty Pumping Machinery,
Helnr Boilers, Plain Tubu'ar Boilers, Corliss Engines, Cane Cars,
Vac mm Pans, and all machinery for the complete equipment of Sugar Alllli.
Office: Progress Block,
PORT AND BHRCTANIA STREETS, - - HONOLULU. M. H.
Fulton Engineering and Shipbuilding Works.
FULTON IKON WOKKS,
ENGINEERS AND BUILDERS OF
High Duty Pumping Engines,
Corliss Marine and Mill EnRlnes, Marine anp Stationery Boilers.
Estimates fum shed for all classes ot machinery, and for the equipment of compltrtt
Representative In the Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE ! Fort street, between Merchant and KlneMreets. ttf
Merchants and Commission Agents.
Carrj r Complete Line of Hardware, Crockery. Saddlery, &c. Paint
Oils and White Lead.
GENERAL PLANTATION SUPPLIES.
Agents for Clorlphos & Dick's Balata Bcltlag.
T' This Belting Is acknowledged by several e' he most expert engineers o
Islands to be the best, most durable, and least expensive.
Also Agents for Kelinefer Bros. GRAY AGATE WARE, of which a fs
A good selection of IRON BEDSTEADS, MATTING, LINOLEUM, lk:
MOWERS, GARDEN HOSE AND FITTINGS.
Lime, Cement, Fire Clay and Fire Brick..
Guitar, Mandolin, Zither,
"During my absence atOmr-fes
Mr. Ames, of Wall, Nichols Co.,
will have charge of my pupils.
E3 a "va. 1 -E3 g: x 37-,
16 Beretanla Street,
- Will rwelve a limited number of pupils.
Vtusic furnished for concerts, afternoon or
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER-
Vocal Studio, "Mlgnon," 720 Beretanla
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of .itar, Mandolin, Zither:
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left caro of Wall, Nlohola
Oo.,t.ndat Sergstrorn MnaloCo.'aJ 1Z6.
After March 26
PRINTING CO., LTD.,
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor. Fort and (ton Sts.
FIlE JOB ppTlNty
.At Reasonable Prices.
Hack Stand No. 82
Sayl do you know where I can get
ood carriage? Sure! At the Haws
tan Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hote
nd Richards streets. Tel. tl. NoU
ng but first class carriages and i
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
lentlsc. Office, Klrc Street Stables:
elephone to8). Calls, day or nlirht,
romptly answered; specialties, obstetrics
nd lameness. M&ftf
TELEPHONE NO. 8L)
NOW Is the time to set
breakage seen to, awl
Roofs Put In
By competent wots
H. T. SHAW & OO.
Old Firo Tower, Union Street.
We figuro on nothing but tho'baw.
of work and material, testing all work,
thuN insuring you agalnstall sower gma.
Estimates carefully given.
Jobbing promptly nttnmlnd to.
For the Plumbing
On that new boueo that yon are
about to bnild or the alterations
yon are intending to make oa
your property. Call and see dm
and get an estimate.
JAS. NOTT, Jr.
Practical Tinsmith and Flnmbei.
Rliop: Beretanla street, 4 tloorseaae
of Punchbowl. Phone 844.
Hour. 7 a. in. to 5 p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
. H. Bakth,
Honolulu Sbeet Metal fiiii
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator-,
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Wo.
Richard. Street, bet. Queen ao4 Merchant.
'JobMnr promptly attBft4 lu.
King street, no. Railroad Depot,
Plumber and Tinsnrtk
All work prompUy and carefuiry "
attended In. Ttlf
A FEW VERY PESIRABLB BUILD,
INGLOTS on Ni-tnu Avenue.at NleJ
lopa, Nuuanu Valley for sale. Apply te
J. M. WHSARRAT,
CartwrlEht Block, erchant atreetj
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