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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. f., fUTtmmY, MAY 5, 1900.
Baldwin Celery Soda
Head ache, Nervousnessand
SOLS -A. 3-33ET c
PORT AND HOTEL STS.
HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF MEDIUW-FRICED
ON THE ISLANDS :
Wres'tey's Cirbtllc Tottet $o cen's a box
Be: e.i's CirmiPc Toilet 6s cents a b x
Colve t's Cirbol c loilet Gocentsabov.
Roval, In Huii-y, Oatmeal and Gl,cerine 4oc-nts a r-ox
Dili y Qi.e;n, a fine soip 25 cents a box
Bilsi.im Tolu if cents a box, two fur a? cents
In French Toilet Soap, we have Violet de Palnu, Peau D'Espagne, Jockey
C ub, Heliotrope at 60 cents per cox
Honolulu DrugCo., Von HoIkM!10SR..
WHIM &W &&19?K W&EE& ff
Drink par.- water. The famous and sparkling
Toliannis Water, 1
tiMrs rc I'ARIP UATRDC" if..
Is a natura', sparkling and exhlleratlng table water, undefiled, and pos- ft
ses iir ufliarnt medicinal qualities vo make It universally used. Es- Ck
pec al y ivnetiCMi lor suiterers irom
DYSPHPalA, RHEUMAIISM AND SLEEPLESSNESS.
Try a sample dozen or case.
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
it .l vglU2Z'r
Markets and wceis.
MIMOLM MAT GO
108 KING STBEET.
G. J. TfkLVsa, : t Manaoeb
Wholesale and Itntuil
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
' Dried Fruit, Ranch B8,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block. Klnr H'reat.
Have boon saer'flcod that you and I
might, at 'lib deilutiiiiH Lewi.' Own
Cure Ham and Urenkfan Bacon.
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone no. 1 1 1 Fort St
Beer ana Wine Dealers.
IMPORTERS, AND WHOLESALE
ffii aflA Lipr Dealers.
Acwti for Ibi Bottled Rainier Beer ol S.attt..
No. 19 Nuuanu Sthkkt
Fcta Block, Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
P.O. Boa ht. Mutual TeUrtiQ". w-
GONSALVES 6l CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN1
226 QnBBii Rtrpet, Hon'ilnlu, H, 1,
CQiuimaieil Soda Water Co., LI
CorrW Allen" Fort SJiV, Honolulu
uulTn flri ir!
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tYm. G. Irwin & Cc
Wra. O. Irwin, President and Mtt
Claus Sprevkols YtcaPrMKtex
W. U. Qlffard.. Second Vice Prealttar
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treat, an r
Geo. J. Ross Ai
AQItfTR OF TLTB
'OKANfO STEAMSHIP COMPA
op haw witAwnmro PM
BlSWER & Ce., Mb.
Juten trrt, Honolulu H.I
Htwilltn Aetlculturil Coytny, Anifteil S
Coaop.nv. Ooh.U Surar Plant Co . Onontf ft. p.
Co . Hnnomu Sugar Co., Willuka Surii Co.. Mk
Sugar Co , Haieakaia Parth Co . Molokal Raaa.
Planter's Lin. San Fr IKoPackat bat. Bi
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LIST OF OFFICERS
0. M. Cooke, President; Goorge h
RnbortHou, Manager; E. F. BUlib)
Troawuror and Sooretary Cot. W, )
Allen, Audit .r, P. C. Jonex, H. Wtb
hoiiHe, Ofii. R. Carter, 1)1 rnctur
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Buloise Insurance Co.
Union Gas Erglne Co.
Domestic Sewing Mack ne, Btv.
31. iJHILLIP ic CX;
Wholesale Iisportori and Joltera
iaropean and American tirj &?
Ko t and (jnnn t)lrl.
lENERnL COMMISSION MEgi
Oor Po and Onoen Rirt T?r.,i'
T. B. Clapham, Veterinary Surgeon and
Dentltf. Office, Kins Street Stables;
Telephone io8j. Calls, day or night,
promptly answtrtd; specialties, obstetrics
and lameness, 1464-11
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ORPflEUM CAFE
Only White Kelp' Employed
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
Meals at all Hours: a la
carte or Table D'Hote.
The Ocean View Cafe
W. Ottmin ha opend the premises at
the end of the carllne Walklkl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-: LIGHT REFRESHMENTS:
sered at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience for
the comfort -of visitors.)
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best 5c. Cigar
lit do had for the lnonoy.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUK DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
FAMILY - LUNCH
At the old stand
WOAtAN'S EXCHANGE B'LD'G.
Depot Office, Bhertilau street, near
Towu Ofllue, Kort Htreet, oppoiiite
Delivered twice Uauy to any pirt ot
Hack titund No. i4
Bay I do you know where I can get
good carriage? Sural At the Hawa
llan Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hot
and Richards streets. Tel. II. Note
mg but first class carriages and si
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WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
BOARD AFTER IWILE1
Disposition of lha Qinrantlne Wharf
Will Not Be Changed.
Large Anntrot of important Work Dine at
Special Heeling-hurprtllcg Force of
the Board's Regulations.
The Board of Health met In special
session nt 2:15 p. m. yesterday. Tlicro
wcro present President Wood, Dr.
Emerson, Messrs. Lowicy nnd Smith,
Dr Garvin, Sanitary Engineer Edwards
and, Secretary Wilcox.
Collector General Stackablo was
present lit tho request of Dr. Garvlu
to express his views about the future
disposition or tho quarantine wharf.
At the suggestion of Dr. Wood, ho said
that he thought the congested state or
commcrco made It very desirable that
tho wharf should bo used for discharg
ing general freight, as It would greatly
relievo the situation, nnd It would not
bo a great length of tlmo until thr.
wharf passed under the control of thu
Federal Government nnyway. A roaii
could easily bo constructed to the
wharf bo ns to make Its use Immedi
Dr. Wood stated that it was very de
cidedly his opinion, and he bcllovcd
that of the members, that tho Hoard of
Health would need the wharf, It not
for the protection of tho lnter-islaud
trade, then for protection against tho
freight nnd rats of Infected ports; It
was a fact that every foreign nnrt ship
ping here, except San Francisco, was
at present Infected. He had consulted
with Capt. .Merry of tho U. S. Station
that morning and ho agreed with tho
views and position of tho Hoard ot
Health. The Hoard, continued Dr.
Wood, had got Infected rats nshoro
onco by not having a qtmrantlno wharf
avnllnblc and they did not proposo to
take any moro chances. They wero
not yet sure wo wcro free from the
plague and tho wharf might be needed
again for local purposes; but, If not, it
would still bo tho policy of tho Boaul
to hold It for protection ns long as pos
sible and tho United States authorities
would continue Its uso for n similar
purpose. In conclusion Dr. Wood said,
and tho members of tho Hoard agreed
with him, that they wcro not ns yet
ready to grant permission for Its use
Mr. Stackablo brought out In his re
marks that ho was not disposed to
criticise tho Hoard In any of Its acts,
but wished to place beforo them tho
Tho Collector then brr , up tho
question ot authority for and appoint
ment ot guards on quarantine island.
Mr. McVeigh, who acted under tho
Board ot Health, had resigned, and, as
the Cbtncso landed must bo detained,
J. K. Brown, U. S. Agent, thought
some arrangement should bo mado to
send other guards tlicro under com
missions issued through tho Custom
Dr. Wood stated there was no objec
tion to the plan and thougnt It was
tho easiest way out of tho difficulty.
Typewritten copies of proposed sani
tary rules wcro presented, which hail
been placed In tho hands of members
earlier in tho day.
Geo. W. Smith said tho rules ns they
stood ho thought were legislative In
scopo In part nnd were, therefore, be
yond tho province ot tho Board. On
his motion they wero referred to tho
Attorney General to dccldo whether or
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TEL. BLACK 141.
macs- at -all hours
not the Hoard of Health had power to
pass them as they stoou.
Minister Cooper being absent, Depu
ty Attorney General Dolo was sent for
nnd said that ho was not prepared upon
a casual reading to glvo a legal opin
ion, but his present opinion was that
If the Hoard of Health passed tho regu
lations they would exceed their author
ity; ho did not think even tho Legis
lature could pass nil the proposed regu
lations and mako them stick. His snap
opinion wns, without looking up au
thorities, that tho whole matter wab
ono for the Legislature to decide.
Dr. Wood stated that Dr. Gar In had
again called his attention to tho un
sanitary condition of the pond at Iwi
lcl, which had already been condemned
by tho Hoard The Minister ot Interior
howucr, was tailing no steps on ac
count of lack ot funds. Ho considered
tho place most dangerous. Tho wholo
district was unsanitary nnd they wero
now building quarters for tho Japan
eso prostitutes tight over tho water.
Some steps should bo taken by tho
Hontd in tho near future. If It was not
Ilxcd by tho Interior Department tho
Hoard of Health wuuld bo forced to
enforco tho regulation and prohl'ilt
human beings from living in the dis
trict. Dr. Ganln said that the Chinaman
who held the lease from tho Hlchop
Estate was willing to spend several
thousand dollars to mako tho place
sanitary, provided the estate would ox
tend his lease.
On motion it was decided that the
attention of tho Minister of the Interior
bo again called to tho Iwilcl pond with
the recommendation that ho dec that
the present unsanitary conditions arc
remedied as soon ns possible.
Geo. W: Smith read ic law relating
to tho power ot tho Hoard of Health
to control tho location ot slaughter
houses. Ho said I1.0 called attention to
the law becauso one ot the pcrsuub in
terested had stated that, "he would Ilko
to see tho Hoard of Health or any one
clso disturb him."
It was ordered that tho question of
slaughter houses be taken up upon re
ceipt of tho report or the Executive
A letter was read from tho United
Chinese Society stating the Chlntso of
tho Inlands wcro badly in need of mer
chandise and asked tnat tho Hoard of
Health would guarantee tho steamship
companies that they could land such
freight here, otherwise they would not
After discussion Dr. Wood stated
that such n guarantee by the Board
was entirely out ot the question nnd
tho letter wns referred to him to ans
wer. A petition was received from rest-
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dents on Green street calling tho at
tention of tho Hoard to tho unsanitary
condition or tho 1,011m y yuiu ot M.
Phillips, which is alleged to bo n nui
sance and a mennco to tho health of
tho neighborhood. Tho matter was
referred to the Sanitary Inspector nnd
Execittlvo OfJlccr for Investigation.
Dr. Emerson nwed the Sanitary In
spector nnd Executive Omccr bo re
quested to report oftlclally on the sani
tary condition cf tho Iwilcl wash
houses so that action could be nt once
taken, after tho Government and pri
vate owners wcro notified. So ordered.
Tho Hoard adjourned nt 3:35 p. m.
JAPAN WOULD STOP THE.M.
Washington, April 2j Jn'nrma'Ion has
reached Waslvrgton to the eff.-ct ih it the
J ipanese Government Itself. -nd without
asv iltlng a rrquret 'rum the Unltrd States,
Is abo 1 1 j t ike s'eps to resvlct tne Imml
KM' Inn of Japanese woo.lcs to the United
It Is asserted tint Hie figures relative to
this Immigration h.ive bo-n nugiiilied.and
tnat as a inattrr o, tact mere are now not
more than 15,0 onrt6,oo Up ne-e within
the limits of ihe Unlttd SUes ntjts'de or
Hawaii. ItlssjU that such emlgritlon
as ha lately o;rurred has r sul'ed entirely
from the competition of the two greit im
m'gr.itlon so.ietle; thit the laborers have
been practlcallv b-oight lure urder the
dsluslon tint there were lint ild opportuni
ties for work a' gre t wag s The J ipan
ese Government is Interested In p-ot cilnu
its people Irom the h.rds lp resulting
Irom su.li Im.ioslllo.H. and Ih it Is the'tci
son It In'rn ".taallsh restrictions upon
the outward flow.
It is MM, n.rtever, tint the Govern
ment would neverc mtemp'ate with eq jan
Imltv le.Uitlnn by the United - btdtes
directed CA.IJslvely .igalnst Mpanei; Im
migration; for, tluugh perie tly will ngto
jolJe bv the icsulls 0' any legist in on
the subject of Immigration tnat affe ts all
out-lde n.itl ns mike, di-uiml ntlon
against Japanee W'tild certimiv have
most dlsistroiseffe ts upin the larg and
grwing trjde l-eUV'rn the United S'utes
and Jap n. I he position of the Jipa lese
iiovernmeiit upon that point is tlut tht
Jipanrse immlg'ant Is not for a moment
to be classed with the Oilne e coolie.
NATURE'S PROVISION FOR MAN.
When Naturo designed man sho
provided ample things for his preser
vation. Man was Intended to llvo and
bo healthy on vcgotatlon; that was
tho natural way. Tho only way to bo
healthy or to regain lost health la
by using nature's remedy and great
blood purifier Klckapoo Indian Sag
wa. This is tho great Indian reme
dy, taken direct from naturo's unerr
ing laboratory. It Is mado of simple
herbs, roots and barks, and always
acts naturally. It searches out the
disease; fluds tho cause of It; slays
It, nnd restores tho body to a normal
ly hcalthly condition. It your liver Is
sluggish, drowsy, or Inactlvo; It your
hoart docsu't pump right, palpitate,
thumps, sometimes vigorously; and
sometimes faintly; If your bowels are.
Inactlvo, or overactive; If your stom
ach falls you; If your kidneys fall to
act naturally; thcro Is stll help for
you If you will take Klckapoo In
dian Sagwa. You must act quickly.
Dlscaso is progressive; you must stop
It at onco. Klckapoo Indian Sagwa
will do it. Hobron Drug Co., agents
for the Klckapoo Indian Remedies.
The Planter brought 22 mules and 4
horses, while the Mauna Ala brought
20 mules. David Crowley accompanied
tho latter consignment
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