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SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1901).
Summary of the Week's News
Henry H. Williams,
1 THE EVENING BULLETIN': HOVOM'LU. El. 1.,
WITH THE CITY TORNITDRE STORE.
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 848. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., mar Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 819.
Visitors are cordially invited t
call and inspect our gallery of lift
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
1. to date.
At tbo Old Stund
On Fort Streot ::
Arlington Block, Hotol Street
Joseph Fernandez, Prop
I H -.!" Av, .Ja. fftJ w
KEEP THE HEAD COOL and the
feet warm Is the advice given bv all the
doctors In time of epidemics of any kind
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer Is- the best ti
use on the head. It Is refreshing, Invlgor
atlng and stimulating, besides possesslnj.
cooling prorertles contained hi no othe
preparation In the market.
PACHECO'S DANDRUF11 KILLER
Is for sale by all drugelts and at th
Union Barber Shop; Telephone 6q6.
His former Location, corni-r
Fort and Chaplain i.ant.
And Is now prepared to supply ever)
virlrlv nf f!nt nml firem- h Plant.
Sprays, Bouquets, Wedding and Funer.-.l
uesiEns execute a on snort notice.
A large variety of Koses and otl er plan's
FIKKE & CO,
The . . .
Corner Alakea and HalduuwIlaSls.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand.
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
The ever popular Hulnlcr beer la be
coming a household word and "will
you have a gloss of Seattlo," Is more
often beard than anything olse. The
Criterion Baloon bos the beer on tap or
A &t& .
Architect. Contractors and Builders.
"Witt. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store nj Office Flt'lfi.
Pltns anJ Estimates Furnished.
1488 Hotel Steet, near Beretanla.
Q. A. Howard, Jr Rosr.F.Ttui,"
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite j. Model Block, - HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I.
P O, Box 70), Telephone oSg
a., u. KrJRR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Geo W. Peg.
F. W. Beirdslet
P. O. Box ?S
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
bUetcne:. and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OK ALL KINDS.
Duuhu's in Lumber and Goal
A LLEN ROBINSON,
75 and 79KingStrH.
TELEPHONE NO. 31
NOW Is the tliuo to got lav
breakage) fnnn to and v -u
Roofs Put in Oco
By oouipetout wnmn.ui,
For the Plumbing
On tint new liouao that ynu u
about to build or the altenuir 1,
you tiro inti'udina to cuhi.p .v
onr property. Call and so m
tnd jt ftu cBtimiito.
J AS. MOTT, Jr,
I'rnoticftl Tinpraith and Flurube-i
-Imp: nrntnuia streo., i tloors in
f Punchbowl. P.'iniu HU.
Ilntir 7 a. in, to & p. in
JoblnuL; proinpllv Httpnrier! to
w II BARTH
H V,' BASrt-
Honolulu Sheet Metal Worh
Galvanized Iron Skylights and VeutllaiM-.
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Vi"L
Rlchirds Street, bet. Oueen and Mtrchjnl, Hoco.
W InHlngprnmptly eit aq
Klngotreot, nef. ItHlirond Voyox
Plain ber ouil TiusnrUi
All work prompt, mid rArt.j)
ttfl 'lrt tr, 871
It is interesting to watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel street window, where
evidences of his skill are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and other arl
work solicited. KING BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
1 1 A VV V J 5 ;
O H. BERREY. : .Vanautr,
" DKiiiiiiH froHBatwns a ;DPCi-:ily.
Honolulu hmnillB Uncr
Room 10, Sprcckcls Building,
Collection a specialty. Prompt re
nlltances. No fee charged unless .ollec
"Inn I. mnif 1445
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is given to purchase In
Mano. Valley a beau Iful situated prone tv
contaninga'l thenecess ry esentlals lor
a homeste d and where healthful clima e
and picturesque srenery ar In the mlJst
of historic surroundlt gs and all In contict
with IniiiroveJ grounds, planted with
various foreign fiul s as well as supplied '
with fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The acreaee of 45.64 acres in fee simple
and 31.16 acres under long and favorable
Included In the im rovements on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling house furnished with sanitary
and other conveniences; there is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed and
The celebrated' Walakeakua (Water of
the Gods) Falls Is In near proximity, and
tne cool, clear, sp.nkllng water therefrom
flows through the grounds, supplying
ample opporlui.ity foi Increased ir-'gatlon
to the acteage already planted and which
Is capaole of considerable Imj rovement.
Foi further Information apply to J. II
Boyd, Inter or Department.
Honolulu, March 28, njoo. J4g2-tf
kAd other Rings, Watches, Braoc
lets, ins, and an extensive variety
t it velry,
Ei.. g, iii.A in.
M inufacturing Jewellei,
A$6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A cTnj!c!o jilctori
al ciiCHlortulH ol
book aintaloe diriij
lilibttto unlitiow u os
to liorw-e, cattle
diecp and iwlue; alec
ii.ro, Including thl
1,300 pacti, over
ahtolnttly the finest
aad nott valtublt
world. It alao con.
talni 17 ipecUl col
ored ilatea. If you
detlro Uil book, tend
ua our ipccial otter
price, $2.o, and we
will furnard tbe book
to you. U It li not
aaUifactoiT, return It
and we will exchange
Itener. Bend for our epeciai Illustrated ratalbpie,
luotluc tbe lowest price on books. ntZI. We
MaaTC you money. Addrcuallordenio ,
THE WERNER COMPANY,
MstiWs 4 KuifKHnre. Akron, OhU,
I TU Wuetf Cemfxny It IbefetifStr nllttle.-Ftlile, '
il or rcrana vniit
Tho community at largo has appre
ciated the absolute farco the oHlclal or
jan has made of the publication of tho
bills Incurred under tho appropriation
for suppression of tho bubonic plaguo. ,
Tho remarkable freedom with wltlrh
money was spent was well known to
.ho business community. Under tho
julso of a fair minded statement tho
organ has simply given tho public facts
.hoy nlrcady knew, taking occash n
to point out from time to time that
some Individual ngnliiHt whom tho or
san has somo petty splto has bought
goods at n business Iiouho In which
ho tins a personal Interest. .
Tho majority of tho bills, whlskej
bills, clfe.ir bills and cocktail shakcra
Included, have appeared as "OKcil" by
George 11. Carter, also the bills for
food which evidenced that tho Chincsu
woro fed llko mandarins on birds' ursts
nests, bamboo sprouts and other deli
cacies which tho organ has often an
nounced vrero not necessary to tho
cxistenco of tho Asiatics. While Mr.
Carter was doubtless a largo purchaser
of these goods It is n well known fact
that he did not do all tho sn.uanderiiiK
of funds and care has been taken tn
mnko tho announcement that Mr. Car
ter's O. K. does not necessarily Indi
cate that he wna tho purchasing ngeni.
Tho interest of the public Is not in
what responsibility for expenditure
tho authorities arc wlllini; to accept.
It is tho original bills which show tin
facts of the situation nnd tho business
capacity of tho purchasing agents that
are desired. A fair statement has not
been mado and cannot bo made until
th? original bills are given to the pub
lic showing by whom the purchase
wero mado and at what prices. The Fi
nnaco Commlttoo having nearly com
puted Its work and voiced Its willing
ness to turn theso original bills over
to tho public, tho people will await
.cith Interest to what purpose tho offi
cial orgnn will devoto Its columns of
Wednesday, April IS.
Mr. Mott-Smlth, Minister of Foreign
AUairs, at tho Executive Council ses
sion this morning, read letters from tho
consuls for Portugal, China and Japan
In regard to losses caused by persona
on account of burnings by tho Hoard
of Health in plague suppression. An
other letter from the Japaucso conr.ul
had refcrenco to tho regulations of tho
Hoard of Health prohibiting tho ship
ment of Japancso merchandise par
ticularly food stuffs, to the other Isl
ands. A repot t drafted by the President
wns adopted ns that of tho Executive
Council, to be transmitted to tho Coun
cil of State In reply to tho resolution
introduced by C. Ilolto In regard to tho
Couit of Claims.
An application of Saul W. Mehcu'a
of Annhola, Knual, for a commission
ns notary public, wns referred to the
Minister of Public Instruction to as
certain tbo necessity for auc appolnt-
Action wns deferred on a report from
Dr. J. It. Shaw, Government veterinary
surgeon, upon tho report of Dr. John
Waughop In regard to tho condition of
cattle on Kauai and that of Dr. II. 1).
Elliot regarding mules at Olna.
I.l Chu of tho Oahu Lumber Co.
mado a liberal offer to tho Government,
which was referred to tho Minister of
tbo Interior. Ho agrees to blast the
roadway from tho end of Ileietanla
street extension to connect with IvItitS
street at I.cleo at his own expense; tbo
work to bo under the supervision of
tho road supervisor of Honolulu, oper
ations to begin at onco and continue
until the road Is finished. 'I lie only
condition is that tho matcilal Is to be
hauled away by tho government carts
as fast as excavated.
Wednesday, April IS.
Tho report of tho commissioners of
public lands was Issued today by .1. V.
Drown, Commissioner and Agent. The
icpoit coveis tho general survey work
for tho period nnd gives full details
of tho Ulna hinds and "Huuatter"
claims with other hales and leases
throughout tho Islands. Receipts and
expenditures aio given in full. Tho
available! lands show there aio liu.OOU
acres in tho coffee belt where tho sur
veys are completed, nnd 10,000 acres a,
from one to threu thousand feel eleva
tion, not yet suivoyed. There aio also
tho following unsurvoyed lauds: Sec
ond clnss agricultural, 20,000 acies;
pastoral lands of various guide b, loO,
000 acres; high forest and agricultural
land, ir.0,000 acres.
Thursday, April 19.
Dr. Walter Maxwell has ie3:gned tho
position of director of tho Kxporlmen
tal Station of tho Hawaiian Planters'
Association, which ho has held for
about llvo years. Tho Queeuul.ttid Go
crnment Is so pleased with tho report
Dr. Maxwell mado lately on tho
Queensland sugar industry, nftcr In
vestigation on tho ground, that It has
Invited him to icturu permanently nnd
estnbllsh experimental btatlons in the
colony. Ho has accepted tho jlfer.
TRASK At Kaknnko. Honolulu, 1:30
p. m. Sunday, April l', 190o, I.ucy
Trnsk. need 12 year, daughter of
MAUNALEI PLANTATION UOO.MS
Monday, April 16.
A. V. Gear of Gear, Laailng &. Co
returned In the steamer Klnau from his
visit to Maunalel plantation. On being
nsKcti by a uuiletln reporter this morn
ing nbotit what ho found, Mr. Gear
"Kvcrythlng at Maunalel Is In ex
cellcnt condition. Tho cano is looklnp
fine. There arc 200 acres planted, nnd
COO actes plowed and ready for plant
Ing. Tho camps are In tho best condi
tion of any I have seen. It is expected
to start up tho pumps In i week or so
They have a capacity of fl.oilO.OOO gal
Ions every 21 hours. Ditches and
flumes arc all ready for supplying new
land with water.
"Yes, I visited Klhci, spending halt
a day there. Kverythlng Is In first rate
condition there also. 1 went through
tho cano Holds to camp 3, where they
are sinking their shaft, and went down
the shaft, which Is 12x13 feet and ha
now reached n depth of 239 feel. They
will put It down 300 feet ami have a
pumping plant at the bottom, which is
calculated to ralso water with less fric
tion than would a pump at th? surface.
Tho water In tho shaft Is much bctlei
than what they arc pumping now from
tho McCnndless wells, although that Is
very line water. Mr. Poguo has done
excellent work, considering tho dlul
culty ho has hnd to contend with, in
getting things Into shape at Klhci."
Monday, April Hi.
"Voted, That It Is tho sense of tht
executive Council that tho application
of the Uow Wong Progressive Associa
tion for a charter bo not granted."
So endeth the long contest that hac
disturbed the Chlncso community To
several moons, tho foregoing pnssag
being from the minutes of this morn
ing's session of tho Executive Coun
cil. The netlon of tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs was approved, In writing to the
Consul General In Sydney Instructing
him to post Hawaiian quarantine lnwa
It was voted "that tho application
of Miss Mary E. Low for a commission
ns Notary Public for tho First Judiclnl
Ciicult be granted if sho passes a satis
factory examination before the Attor
ney General, or that sho be granted a
commission ns Agent to Tako Acknow
ledgements, provided Mr. J. A. Mngoou
will resign as Notary Public."
Minister Young read a letter fiom
Dr. J. S. II. Pratt to Dr. C. L. Garvin,
executive officer of tho Hoard of
Health, In regard to the unsanitary
condition of the pol shops in Honolulu,
and It was voted that an Hem be insert
ed In the appropriation bill, now be
fore tho Council of State, to carry out
the provisions of Section 933 of the
Minister Damon was authorised to
transfer $50,000 from current cash tc
loan fund cash under the law of lStH.
Tho application of the Hawaiian
Electric Company for an nmend'iient to
Its charter wns granted.
Thursday April 19.
The articles (if Incorporation of the
Robert (Irelve Publishing Co.. Ltd..
weie lilril with the Minister of tho In
terior today. The company is organ
ized for n period of fifty yeais to entry
on a grneral printing and publishing
business, with a capital stock of i'io.
000, divided Into 12.r0 shares of the par
value nf $20 each. Tho company re
serves tho privilege of Ini'i easing the
capital stock not to exceed $100,000.
There have In en 9!i0 share's of Btock
subscribed, upon which ocr 10 per
cent has already been paid In, us fol
lows; A. S. Humphoys, 200; A. S.
Humphpreys. trustee, 200; .1. A. Mc
Cnndless, 7fi; W. A. Henshnll. an; Geo.
W. Smith. ::,; J. A. Kennedy, 103; J
II. Fisher. 100; J. II. Fisher, tru.Uee.
100; Fred Harrison, 25; A. (. M. Rob
ertson, 2,r.; J. D. McVeigh. L'S; .1. L. Mc
Lean. Tho ofllcent eif thu new corporation
signing the nflldavtt are: A. S. Humph
reys, president; Geei. W. Smith, secre
tary; J. H. Wither, treasurer.
Monday, Apiil 10.
Rev. William A. Gnrdnrr, who was
,iastor of tho Christian ehuieti In Hono
lulu all last year, died at Walsonvllle,
Cal., Apt II !, agetl 61 years. Although
ho came here from San Francisco In
poor health, he did not spare himself
in his ministry. Ho was :ieil only be
loved by his own people but had won
tho highest esteem of other religious
-toclctlcu in Honolulu. Like his Im
mediate predecessor, Mr. Monroe, he
was a Union veteran of Uio war of the
rebellion. A memorial service In mem
ory of Mr. Gardner will bo held at the
Chtlstlau church next Sunday even
lug. AXTlJDA'l'KS CIVILIZATION,
llufore civilized man hnd heard en
dre'itme'd of It, Klckttpoo Indian Op
was healing tho wounds, relieving urn!
curing tho aches and pains of tho Red
Man. Hcforo clvl'lzcd man had heard
of It, It kept tho natives In perfect
health. And Blnco civilized man has
known It, tho category ofcur cs has
become voluminous. No other modi
clno has mado such cures; becauso
Klckapoo Indian Oil Is nature's rcruo
dy, and nature stands back of It. Your
druggist has it, or can get It. Insist
on getting tho genulno Klckapoo In
dian Oil. Hobron Drug Co., agents for
Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
Walklkl Inn. Pleasant rooms, tine
bathing, excellent tablo and service.
DInucr and supper parties desiring
our wagonette can have It sent to any
address by telephoning to tho Inn. J to Vineyard rtrcet near the Queen ho
Henry N. Almy, manager. ' ttL
SANITARY REGULATIONS OF TUB
BOARD OF HEALTH.
At a meeting of the Hoard nf Hcal'h
held the ISth day of April, 1100, the
following amendments anl addition
wero made to the Sanitary Regulations
of tho Hoard of Health adopted Janu
ary 26, 1900, viz.:
Section 6 was amended by addiuc
.ho words "floor or tloors in tho ground
wider tho" thereto, so thtt said section
shall read as follows:
"Section C All houses, structure,
ooms or parts thereof, In which water
s used or Intended to be used, .n such
I quantity as to render the lion; or tloors
or the ground under the lloor or flcis
thereof damp, Bhall have utnh floor or
lloors made absolutely watsr-pioof,
with proper drainage Into trapped
leaders conveying the water away In
to cesspool or sewer; Mid the water
proofing of nil such floors shall r.o elone
lu a manner satisfactory to the Hoard
Section S was amended by adding
die words "unless the sides and bot
om nro cemented and made watcr
.Ight," so that said section shall read
"Section S No privy vault, sink or
esspool In Honolulu shall hereafter be
ocatcd or constructed within fifty feet
if any stream, lake, pond, well or
Muing of water, unless tho sides and
bottom nro cemented and made wntcr
Ight. nor within two feet of tho line
of any lot; nor uha.i It bo made more
.ban eighteen or less than six feet deep
or placed In such n position that It Is
not easily accessible for emptying and
Section 19 wns amended by adding
the words "sinks and bath tubs" nftcr
"urinals" and the following sentence
to said section: "Wasto water from
sinks, bath tubs, places where wash
ing Is done or water closets shall not
bo allowed to discharge Into jny
stream, lake, pond or ditch," so that
said section shall read:
"Section 19 All connections to cess
pools or privy vaults shall bo made
with cast Iron, lead or vitrified eowcr
plpc. All urnlals, sinks and bath tubs
shall be connected to cesspools, vaults
or sower by trapped wasto pipes. Waste
water from sinks, bath tubs, places
where washing Is done or wator closots
shall not be allowed to dlscnarge into
any stream, lake, pond or ditch."
And tho following regulation regard
ing the manufacture of pol tn thu city
of Honolulu be added nnd made sec
tion 30 of tho Sanitary Regulations of
the Hoard, viz.:
"Section 30 Each and overy build
ing where pol Is manufactured by man
ual labor shall be laid with cement
floors, with gutters leading Into
trap drain connected with a cesspool or
tho sower system when completed."
Dated, April 18th, 1900, nnd publish
ed by ortlei of tho Hoard of Health.
C. II. WOOD.
NOTICI: TO HACKMEN.
Notice li hereby given that fiom and
after September 30, 19:0, Rule No. 7 of
"Regulations for Carriages and Rates of
Fare, ' designating the stands set apart
for licensed Carriages In Honolulu, will
be abolished, and there ifter no Stands fir
hacks will be a lowed upon any oftl.e
Siiesti of this Citv.
.ViulsUr nf the Interior.
Interior Office, March 28, itjco.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying wnter rates, nro hereby notified
that tho hours for Irrigation purposos
iro from C to 8 o'clock n. m, und frotn
Ho (i o'clock p. m.
Superintendent Water Works.
Approved by A. YOUNG,
Mlnlste-r nf Interior.
Honolulu, J".no 14, lhus
Office of the Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, H. I., A 1 I 14, 1900.
Report of cases of plague In Honolulu to
week ending April 14, 1900:
Cases. D !h.
Previously reported 71 f,e
Vcek end'ng Anr 7, iqoo,
Nationality American 1,
Japanese 1, Irish 1.
Total number cases to date. .71 (n
In the hospital this date 1
C. B. REYNOLDS,
Executive Officer, Huirdeit Health.
Georgo Haffncr, Jowelor. has moved