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THE EVENING BULLETIN: UONOLUfiTT. T. !.. SATURDAY.
Board of Health Work !
p For the Week
Thursday, April 2C.
Tho Ilonnl or tlenltti met yesterday
at 3 p. m. There were present Presl
dent Wood, Mr. l.ovrey, u. W. Smith,
Dr. Kmcrson, Dr. (Inrvln ntul Secretary
Wilcox. Tho mtnutcB of the. previous
meeting wcio rend nnd npprovctl,
Dr. Wood brought up .io question of
raising quarantine mid, upon motion
of Qcorgo W. Smith, It was deduct
"that all quarantine bo rnlscd on Mon
day, April 30th, If no further outbreak
o. plaguo occurs."
It was ordered that hereafter tho
Milpincnt of soy nnd sake bo allowed
nfeer fumigation of the outsldo of the
On motion of Mr. Lowroy nil nuiiunli
were ordered Inspected nt the port of
On motion of Mr. J.uwroy It wis ro
lorded Hint It was tho opinion of tho
Hoard of Health that tho Government
should arrango for tho Inspection of
nnlmals throughout the imtimls, with
upeclal rcfoienco to dairy enttle.
On motion of Dr. Emerson tho opin
ion of tho Hoard of Itenltu was record
ed that tho power to appoint n plumb
Inn inspector luy with the Department
of tho Interior.
Dr. Wood said the hospital for Incur
ables had uskeil that tho Hoard tf
Health become responsible for the pay
of Dr. llowinnn, now attending physi
cian, until tuo permanent hospital was
established. Mr. i.owrcy pointed out
the Council of State had appropriated
$5,000 for temporary expenses. On mo
tion of Dr. ICmcrson it was recorded
thnt the Uoaid did not sec Its way clear
lo assume the responsibility or liabil
ity In tho matter.
Dr. Garvin repotted tho Japanese
Camp No. 1 In Nuuanu valley us aban
doned; camps Nos. 2 nnd 3 na lllthy
and unsanitary. Placed on file.
Dr. I'rntt reported upon tho applica
tion for raising pigs In Nuuanu valley,
that there was danger of Infecting tho
stream near by and dually thd Nuuanu
stream; that tho law had not been I
complied with In construction of build-1
lags and that the location had been so-,
lected upon tho watershed. Ho recom
mended that tho permit bo refused. So
ordered. Thirty days were given to
remove tho pigs now there.
President Wood stated thnt Execu
tive Officer Dr. Garvin called for action
in the caso of the slaughter house nt
Jwllol. Ho made n statement about tho
insanitary condition of tho slaughter
houses and tho necessity for n now lo
cation; and, nn motion of Mr. Smith,
It was ordered "that the premises oc-
nupled by the slaughter house bo con
demned." Dr. Garvin mado a piellmlnary re
port on livery stables recommending
FOUR VALUABLE PRIZES.
1ST PRIZE, CLEVELAND BICYCLE, $70.00.
A Choice is Given Between these Models :
SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 94. ' SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL 92. SPECIFICATIONS OF MODEL No 90.
Wherls. 28 Inch
Spokes, blueJ to Intersection.
Gear, 8o(2ox 7).
Tires, Hi Inch Improved Burwell Racing.
Frame, 22 Inch.
Crank Hanger, ; Inch drop.
Fork Crown, oncplcce drop-forzed.
Bearings Hurw ell Ball, dust proof, oil
(ns through hollow axles.
Sprockets, flanged and detachable.
Chain, vi6 Itch Cleveland hardened
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks. 6',i Inch.
Pedals, Clevel ind Rat Trap.
Handle liar, No. 16, polished leather
Saddle, Wheeler Racing, with L post.
Finish, bl ick enamel and nickel.
Weight, 20 lbs.
Hears, 6 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 2.1,
25 tooth front sprockets.
Cranks i,V inch.
Tires, iji Inch Cleveland single tube
Frame, 24 Inch.
K Warn & MT
thnt tho stalls bo mndo water tight and
have n slant of three nud n half Inches;
that all liquid discharges from animals
bo drained Into cesspool! that all
places where carriage washing Is dimu
must hne cement Moors nnd discharge
Into cesspools or sowcts; thiu all man
ures must be removed once nnu twice
n week us necessary.
I Tho Dxecutlvo oniccr was ordered
to purchase two mules for garbage
cart nnd excavator.
A request from the Puna Sugar Co.
to pay ?75, nnd tho Government $7o per
month, cncli, on tho salary of n physl-
'clan to rcsldo In tho Puun district wns
referred to Dr. Onrvln to confer with
Robert ..ycroft. representing tno plan
tntlon. President Wood brought up the mat
ter of delayed bills. Several were ex
amined and approved nnu tho remain
der were disposed of under n motion by
Mr. Smith ordering that nil bills con
tracted prior to April 1st, bo npproved
by tno Hoard of Health through Presi
dent Wood and payment bo authorized.
Dr. Emerson brought up tho question
of transshipment of German nnd Eng
lish freight by tho Alameda nnd on mo
tion of Mr. l.owicy the President ot
the Hoard was authorized to net upon
tho arrival ot tho steamer as clrcuin
Mr. Zumwnldt wns ordered to ho paid
a salary of $75 per montu as sanitary
officer nt Kahulul, Maul.
iho application of Elders Musscr nud
Storey of tho Latter Day Saints, to bo
allowed to visit tho leper settlement,
wns granted nftcr the raising of qunr
Dr. Emeibon uis ordered to go to
Kahulul, dlBposo of tho Government
property In the camps there and settle
with those In charge.
An application of A. M. Mel. Is for a
position wns placed on flic.
ir. Carl Hoffmann wns granted a li
cense to practice medicine.
An application from Mr. Joseph
Morgan for moro pay for work done
during tho phiguo wns laid on tho ta
ble. A claim for the loss of sake for $11.3'j
by a Japanese named Mozakl wns refer
red to the executive otlleer.
J. D. McVeigh wns referred to the
Interior Department for permission to
lent a building nt Knllhl.
Adjourned at t p. m.
Croton Landing, N. V., April 10.
The first blood shed us tho outcome of
the strike nt tho Croton dnm was the
life's blood of Sergeant Itobert Doug
lass of the Eleventh Separato Com
pany of Mount Vernon, who was shot
dead by an unknown assassin while,
ho was relieving guard nt 8:50 o'clock
tonight. The wildest excitement pre
vailed throughout tho enmp as pooh
ns tho news of tho assassination spread
to the different tents nnd the soldiers
are frantic over tho crime.
Friends of Miss Llzzlo McCorrlsto'.i
nud Frank Herbert Foster received by
tho Mauua Loa this morning announce
ments of their marriage In Kamalo,
Molokal, Wednesday, March 21.
announred on another page,
A more complrte description of
Wheels, ?8 Inch.
Spokes, blued to Intersection,
Gear, 76 (9x7).
Tires, 1J1 Incn Improved Burwell de
tachable, Frame. 22 Inch,
Crank Hanger, 2ft Inch drop,
F'-rk Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearines Burwell Ball, dust-proof, oil
ing through hollow axles,
Sprockets, flagged and detachable,
Chain, 3-16 Inch Cleveland hirdened
block and pin, b;veled and pallshed side
Cranks, 6) Inch.
Pedals. Cleveland Rat Trap,
Handle Bar, tn-w reversible No. y,
polish d leather grips,
Saddle, Wheeler Extra,
Gears, 7 and 8 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23, 24,
25 tooth front sprockets,
Cranks, G',i Inch.
'I Ires, i)j inch improved Burwell de
tachable, aiid i)i inch or 1 inch Cleve
land single tube.
Frame, 24 inch,
5- -Si 'f
f A m . k At s JL .
Ill (SKrrrTiTr (l II
f y W-5 A
A iA L rs
The "CLEVELAND" name plate guarantees perfection.
This wheel is fiom the Honolulu Bicycle Co., Agents for Cleveland
Choice may be made between the corresoondinij Ladies' Models,
should the winner of 1st prize be a lady
q $3,000,001) toi a
3 Cable to Honolifu
Washington, April 11 - With little
debate of consequence the Sennte today
passed tho Paclllc ruble bill, a measure'
nppioprlallng $3,ono.Cno for tho con
struction of a cable between San Fran
cisco nnd Honolulu. 1 ho hill wan una
nimously reported by tho Committee on
Naval Affairs, nnd thnt It wns pnsse.l
without serious objection Is regarded
as n compliment to .the committee. The
bill ns reported to tho Sennto is n sub
stitute for tho measure as originally
Introduced by Hale. It carries nn np
proprlntlon of $3,000,000 for the project.
Tho bill provides for n cable from
San Francisco to Honolulu, tho woik lo
bo dono under tho supervision of the
Nnvy Department, which has made sur
veys nnd determined tho practicability
of the route. Tho Navy Department
may use any of its ships thnt can be
adapted to the task of laying tho ca
ble, nnd If It needs other ships It may
charter them. In addition to this, It
provides that tho Secretary of the
Navy, In his discretion If he finds It not
nrnntlpnliln t Inv tlin t.nliln liv tlin fnri'n '
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ot his own department, may contract,
unuer Hpeeincations nnu iiuc nuvcriise-
nient, for the constiuctlon, laying nnd
equipment of tho cable. All materials
and appurtenances shall be of special
Section 5 provides thnt the enble,
wires nud other Instruments, materials,
appliances nnd appurtenances neicssniy
In tho work of laying the cab!? shall
be of American manufacture, provided
tho same can lie pioeurcd nt n cost not
exceeding 12 per cent above whnt tho
same can be procured for In foreign
Halo explained that the bill provid
ed for the building of the cable from
San Francisco to Honolulu. This, he
said, would he In the nature of nn ex
periment, and upon tho result of It
would depend In n measure the future
course of the Government. It might bo
deemed deslrnhlo In the light ot ex
periment to start tho Philippine cable
from somo point like Seattle and pro
ceed to Japan by tho northern route.
Pettus moved to strike out section 5
of tho hill. "Why," ho Inquired, "should
the Government consent to bo taxed on
its own business for tho henellt of cer
tain manufacturers? It's an absurdity.
Even If you do rob tho people by your
taxes you ought not to rob the Govern
ment." Tillman, of South Caiollna, as n
member of tho Naval Committee, do
fended tho hill, in tho report ot which
all tho Democratic members of the
committee had joined. While ho was
not, ho said, n protectionist or In favor
of subsidies, ho regarded tho provision
In bectlon 5 of this bill In tho Interest
of the people, ns It would bo u "sort of
nursing bottle" to tho industries inter
ested. Ho deemed it a deslrnhlo ex-
the Bulletin ofTeis to the person; who sh ill hive succeeded
each of these is Riven below xa--4--g--
Wheels. 28 Inches
Spokes nickeled blued to intersection,
Gear, 77 (22x8); with gear-case 19x7,
Tlrrs, Hi Inch Improved Burwell Detach
able, Frame, 22 inch,
r?nk hanger, 2ft Inch drop,
Fork Crown, one piece drop forged,
Bearing. Burwell dust-proof, oiling
through hollow pxlfs,
Sprockets, flanged and detachable,
Chain,. 3-1 6 inch Cleveand ha'd'ned
block and pin, beveled and polished side
Cranks. 6J4' Inch,
Pedals, Cleveland rat-tr.in,
Handle bar, new reversible No. g, po
lished leather grips,
Saddle, FI11M1, black enamel nnd nickel,
Gears 7, 8. or 9 tooth rear; 21, 22, 23,
24. 25 tootli front sprockets.
Cranks 6'i Inch, and 7 Inch,
Tires iji Inch Improved Burwell De
tachable and Vi onjf Inch Cleveland
Frame, 24 inch,
Pedals, Cleveland Rubber,
perlmetit In Government ownership
nnd control, nnd expressed thn opinion
that It might provo n good thing for
"Up to this Onto," said Poltus, "Ala
Da m a will not nrccpt your bribe. I
hne fceen ono grout Stnto near mine
accept tho mtgnr hottlo nud I don't like
Tillman disclaimed any effort to
brlbo either Senator Pottus or tliu Stnto
of Alabama, but bo was nnxlous to In
ertnso tho nlrugglltig iron nnd steel In
dus tiles of Alabama, and ho hoped to
sco tho day when a Government nrmor
plato factory would ho locat'-d In Ala
bama. "Alabama Is not stiuggllng nt nil,"
retorted Pottus, with spirit. "Alaba
ma Is master ot tho situation both as to
iron and co.ll. Dut tho great grand
children ot Iho Senator (Tillman) will
bo hero In Iho Scnato before any part
ot the nrmor plates aro manufactured
In Alabama. This thing is wrong nnd
the Senator knows it."
Pottus' nmendment was defeated, 11
to 38, nud tho bill pasicl without ill
Wednesday, April id.
I'nder the authortzatlo'i ot tho
Pioulcti.nr 'rif llin Itiillr.il IaIpm. with
refcienco to tho Increase In the custom
t.. ..--. m-. ,i. .,......m e
UUUHU IIUJ I'USt U1I1CU, IIIU LUUIllMI UL
state having passed tho icfieiwiry o-
nronrlntmns. the Executivs Council le
Bolved today to approve ot tho issu
ance ot v.urant8 by the Auditor Gen
eral as follows:
Postal Uureau Salaij of C'L'rks,
$10,200; Pay of Po3tmasters, $15,020;
Pay ot Mall Carriers, $29,000.
Uureau ot Customs Salary one En
try Cleric and Uookkcepcr, $3000; ono
Statistical Clerk, $2400; oiu i'ilot, $!,
1 600; Pay ot Assistants, Waiuliotisos,
r.ii.u; (jusiouis inspectors, Honolulu,
$700S; Guards, Honolulu, $27,500: Pilot
I loa Is Payroll, $5,000; Assistant Guards
all ports, $2,000; Salary Collector, La
halna, $600; Collector, liana. $000;
Guards mid Inspectors, l,nlinlna, Ka
hulul and Haun, Maui, $0,000;- loliee
tor, Molokal, $000; Guards and Inspec
tors, Molokal, $000, and Hllo, Honolpu.
Mahukon.i and Knllua, Hawaii, $0,000;
Collector, Walinea and Koioa, Kauai
$200; Gu aids nud Inspectors,- Kauai,
$2,100; two Assistant Harbor Masters,
Honolulu, $0,000; Inspector Chlntso
and Japanese Immigration, $3,000; Chi
nese and .Tapanoso Interpreters, $t,0S0.
Berlin, April 17. A special to the
Lokal Anzolgcr which gives meager
details regarding tho loss near Mlne
croy of tho yacht of Count Itudolpli
Festctlcs with nil on board save tho
owner and two servants, says that
among tho victims was tho Countess,
wiio prior to her marriage was Miss
Haggln ot Now York city.
Walldki Inn. Pleasant rooms, hno
bathing, excellent table and service.
Dinner and supper parties desiring
our wagonette can havo It sont to any
address by telephoning to tho Inn.
Henry N, Almy, manager.
for the Best
Singer . ewing
Machine ' 60.
Tho winner of the second prue
may choose any one of these three
styles of machines :
S1NCER NUMBER if.
(OSC LLATING SHUTTLE )
Is .-in e sllv operated. Ilcht ranninc.
nols'less, sulfating shuttle, lock-stitch
miclnre.su table for all crades of famllv
sewing an for light manufacturing pur
poses. It I as tmely adjusted ana positive
mech nlc.il movements, a short self-set
ting Neei e, Independent Thread-Controllers
am' Stitch Regulators a combi
nation 'vl cli secures i he highest rate of
speed rv, yet attained.
SINGER NUABER 27.
Is a light-running, quiet easily operat
ed, self-thre-dlng lock-stitch machine,
adnptctl to an varieties ot lamiiy sewing.
Among its latest Improvements are the
simple btitch-ReguIator, evrnly-baianced
Tension, Automatic Babbin-Wlnder, sim
ple Shuttle and short self-setting Needle.
SINGER NUMBER 24.
(AUTOMATIC CHAIN-SI ITCH.)
Is u simple, silent, swilt and easv run
ning single-thread machine, Intended, for
an Kinds 01 ugiu sewing in me Home.
One of Its many attractions consists In
always being ready for use when the
needle is threaded.
Number 15 and 24 as above are with
top covers. '
Number 27 comes with the Cabinet
This table Is the litet result of the
cabinet-maker's .vt, In the Ingenuity of irs
arrangement nnd thoroughness of work
inanshlp. The machine can be folded
down below the table against a bent-wood
shield that fully protects the dress of the
operator and the floor from all dropping of
oil, lint, etc. The machine Is thus
thoroughly protected from dust when nol
in use. and the closed table can lie utilized
fo' cthe" pu'posei The hlngeJ extensln-i
leaf that covers the machine when down
Is folded back when It Is raised, thus
making a table-top measuring 50 Inches in
length by 18 indies in width, and nffoid
lug ample room for the work,
From BIsRGERSKN, Sole Agent frr
Singer Sewing Machine for the Hawaiian
wpi lcftifi. iini InsnMiirs
LIJh'JhJ and l-t'll-tfi
agents for ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. &f BoroN.
tna Fire Insurance Co?pam
.nd other Rings, Watches, Brace-
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
tf J velry, .
EI. 3. BIAKT,
t-tkV cOPT STPKET
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
17 Wo win Bay or le.dttl Ealatcli
dl parts of tho group.
ET We will Sell Properties on Heasot'
OFFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Posts, $5 ouch.
Property In town.
HOUSES TO LKr,
P. E. R. STKATJOH,
Real Estate Broker
Financial Agjnt unj Collector.
No. 0 lU-tliel St., near P. O.
in securing the largest number
Premo Sr. Camera
with outfit $40.00i
The Premo Sr. represents the highest
tyre of hand camera. It Is made from
selected mahogany covered with fine black
leather. The appearance when open Is
jxfrm ly handsome, the finely finished
mahogany bed, and lacquered metal work
being hi perfect contrast with the black
The Premo Sr. has Double Swing Bade,
Double Sliding Front and Rack and Pin
Ion for focusing, the working parts of which
are entirely within the case and when
closed Is merelv a neat leaiher-coveied Dox.
Both the horizontal and vertical swings
are at tne center ot tne plate, and may be
quickly adjusted by means of a spring
lever, workug In a series of notches In a
bras plate at the side.
The Premo Sr. It fitted with two tripod
plates, nnd has a panel at the back focus
Inu on th? ground c'ass when deirrd. A
reversible View I-lnuer Is attached to the
bed for imriirht or horizontal pictures.
The Lens Is the Victor Rapid Rectilinear
possessing great power, and constructed
especi'illv for Hand Cam-ra work. It
m iy be removed from the shutter and the-
Victor Wide Angle smstituted, as the
cells of both ensrs are hterchaneeab e.
The N w Victor Shutter, Model of 1899,
with IrU Dlirliracm anj Pneumatic UtlcjMv It luin.
IkheJ ullli the I'rnnu Sr anj (ormj prominent pail
ol the outfit. It work tvlwt'tn the kim' wlthuit
noUsor Jar, anj may.btf aJukte for time exposures
ai won n lor rapia inuamancuui worK,
The urounJ tt , vprlnjf aclualej, anj rrceJt
ti allow Invnllon (( ImlJer. Cilax I'laiei Cut anj
Id.il Himt, may all tvuwJ, tha holJcrt Itlng Inter.
ClunKral'le. ll"i Roll HolJtr It the lali-
pattern, arrangtj Inr UkM I'rur' ir CatiilJe Kull,
it film, anJ It ran, Wierctori . luaJeJ In Jay.
Ililht. The klie ol the I'remo Sr. when
clutej Ikimly (,mliT Indie, hulujlnir, tpact tm
three hulJeri, or Null lloUer, anj It weli;li hut aJ
rounJ The oulht IncluJei 1 I'lale MulJer.
?'rlpoJ, Tray' Developer, liter, Nficallve Kitk,
Jraluale, iirlnw !' i I nie'n,
I'rom I.R MUNYON PHOTO SUP
PLY CO, Sole Agent,
HENRY ST. OOAR.
Members Stock and Bond far
COMMISSION HHOKEIIS I
AND UHAI.KKS IN 1
INVESTMENT SECURITIES j-
Prtlccli Mttnllon Riven tafutclxM tr.ixli A
Lotnt Negotiated, Enters tcl f deign Sl?fl'
403 Cnllfoi-nln St.,
6nn HrnnclRCO. Cl,
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate AgenY
Searcher of Titles . . .
W. THRUM '
ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKEI.S BLOCK r
Plantation Work a Upocislty. ,
OHAS. J. TALK,
Membor Ilonolnlu Stock Exohange.
Room 301, - Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
OOTIONKKK AND STOCK BROKXB
Mo. S Qacen Street.
Expert Appraieemont of Beal
ptato and KnrntttirH
JOHN H. SOPER
!W aid Bond Grater
116 Merchant Stxtot.
Stock and Bond Broker
Meotwr ot lUwillin Stock EchD(.
Molnerliy Blook, Fort Btreet.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker. J
Mtater of tb Honolulu Slock Eicntif. -,
Office Queen street, opposite Unl
Tl;hooi sot P.O. Bo jjj.
of subscribers before Julv i 1st
J ' '
Six Records $30.
The zonophone, or Im
provement on thegrsmophone
with snrinc motor, the finest
talking machine in existence
Outfit includes the new
Exhibition" sound box. horn.
and 200 needles.
Among improvements over
the earlier types the zono
phone is side-wind, can be
wound while running, has
metal sound and horn-supporting
arm with all metal
parts finely nickel-plated.
No thumb screw or nut is us
ed to hold record disk in
place. It also has an ornamen
tal polished oak cabinet.
This machine is suitable for
all purposes, for the family
and for the exhibitor.
From BERGSTROM MUSIC
CO , Sole Agents.
The conditions of tills contest appear
In the announcement on the first page. Any
person In the Hawaiian Islmds Is eligible
to co-npete for these prizes With the
great number of competitors who will take
a I vantage of this opportunity to securo one
of these elegant prizes with comparatively
ilight effort, It will evidently be Impossl
le lor all to succ-ed, In recognition of
his lad, and that the efforts o all may be
rewarded, the Bulletin will give to all who
lull have compet'd for these prlies, and
vho are nit among the fortunate first four
in the llt, some prize. The value of the
trlze In each case will be dete'rmlntd by
ii inniit f the subscriptions mI It by
each one during the contest,