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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, JULY 19, tiyw.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
:: THE BEST
COR. PORT AND
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
It Ui strongest and moit strvlceArtt cement mc1t nj will rcrmlt tht admtxturt cf 1 larger amount cf tana
or (five I, with Itst lost of strength, than anv other tranl.lt Is therefore the most economical
"ALSEN" has NO EQUAL In COLCM, FINENESS and AND CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER BUSHEL, (measuring about 10 PER CENT MORE CEMENT TO A BARREL than uther
Hands, which very materially REDUCES Its cost as compared w!ti other cements) ft is therefore, an ECONO
MICAL cement toust and SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
Tcnslla Strength In Pounds Per Squirt Inch Made at Royal Testing Station. Berlin, i&fte)-go.
NEAT Cement One rart Cement
Three Parts Sand
After 9 da i. After t8 da s. After 7 da . After t8 days.
ALSEN 7'i 84) J&6U tfi'l
DYCKERHOFF 6i ilH 148 sfc
PREMIUMS: World's Fair, Chicago, 189 Adelaide Jutllee Int. Ex'n 1887. Centernlal Inf. Ex'n
meiDoume, less, new ateaiana do. 9. ex n. iwneain.
CAPACITY AND SALES.-1 he output c.f the "ALS
that of anv manufactory of Portland Cement tn Eurore.
The yearly sales of Atsen'i Ptrtland Cement in the United States Is greater than that of anv cthtr brand.
The following lest madi In actual work by Lol. D C. Houston, Corps of Englreers, V S. A., at the
mi wall around Governor's Island, New York Harbor, has neertecn equaled ty any other cement, Ills
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH One Day. U rounds: Seen Das. 600 pounds.
Thirty Days, 818 pounds. For Sidewalks it gives tht best color and ihe most endurable wearing surface.
Testimonials from most eminent engineers, architects and contractors endorsing the high grade
tfuaiity 01 AL3CH lumunej on application 10
lOaeo. H. 3Da,TTies tSc Co.. X-td.
I Special for
One Week ftny mm 1
I SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT 1
25c. per Bottle 1
I $2.50 per Dozen K
I HONOLULU DRUG GO.,
"We "Wartcli. 'TsTlxile "3Tovl Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AQENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property. Best City references tarnished. Detective
and confidential work of all sorts." -- ;;
Office Room 4 Model Block
J J J J J J J J & J f f? tr t?
; Call for
:; MARIE 6R1ZARD & ROGER
i Famous French Brandies
"' Recognized as the Beet.
W. C. Peacock
1 PHONE 4
r K" K" " K" o k vmrtf ? iff if
Irchttects, Contractors and Builders
Jobbing : Promptly : Attended : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Slot. and Office Fitting.
Plan. anJ Estimate rurnUhad.
1488 Hotel Street, near Barracks.
0. A.NOWAID. J. ROST.f",TAI.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
all. 7. Mod.l Block, . HONOLULU, OAHU, H.I
P. O, Got 701. T.l.phoo. od,
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
Ota W. Pact
P. W. Btardilaa
P. O. Boa Tie
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. 1.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Qaesn tret. Honolulu
H. P. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rear of old stand, Entrance on Kt.ig
tract, Order left at either shop, or office,
t John Nntt's .tore. King street, will Te
ceivt pruinp .mention. MSi'U
EN ' U
factories Is, at Ihe present tlrre, larger than
P. O. BOX 284.
I? Wlf t? t? t?f?t?l? I? i?''- If
& Co.. Ltd.
if if a" if tf if t?& ft? if tri? iff jo .
Hotels and Restanrants.
THE ORPHEUH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
ttSTMEALS AT ALL HOURS: A la
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
Tu be had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and Grocers,
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Frult.iRanch Bggs,
Butter. Cheese. &c.
J. R. MILLS
Llucolu Bloek, King street.
for dinner giving and for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
stantly LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 210, tit t-ort M
LAWYERS IN GREAT FORGE
Several Private Interests Represented
Before the Board of Health.
Tbt Territorial Stabtes - Killbl Hog Ranch
Claim or Chinese Dr. Mini's Case
The drat meeting of the Hoard of
Health nt ItH new licnliiiiirter, In the
Kapualwa building, was held yesterday
afternoon, Present: Dr. C. 11. Wood,
president; Attorney Oenernl E. 1. Dole,
Dr. N. 11. Kmcrson, Dr. C. II. Cooper,
P. J. Lowrcy nnd K. C. Winston, mem
bers; Dr. C. 1.. Onrvln, mcdlcnl execu
tive officer; Dr. J. 8. II. Pratt, sanitary
building Inspector; Chns. Wilcox, sec
retary, nnd Mr. Avery, stenographer,
together with several attorneys for par
ties having hiislncss with the Hoard.
The president showed the plan of n
building at Kawalahao Intended for a
livery stable. Its dimensions nrc luGx
221 feet. A permit has been refused
until the, proprietors agreed to certain
Mr. Ilallou appeared for tho Territor
ial Stables Co., applying for the permit
in iiucstlon. He said It would cost
$1000 or (2000 to alter the plan so ns to
have four roofs. Tho lodgings were
separated from the stnbles by 90 feet.
In nnswer to tho president's question
aa to whether he would be wilting to
have stables built up against his resi
lience lot, he said that was the milk Ir
tho cocoanut. Nobody wanted stnbles
next their homes, yet It was beyond the
provlnco of the Hoard to make tho pro
hibition. The whole trouble, here was
that tho lot adjoined Kawalahao semi
nary. Mr. Howard, architect, was aim
Dr. Kmcrson asked how Mr. Haiku,
would take It to have his own reslden e
approached by stables covering their
whole ground premises.
Mr. Ilallou said something about tli
rights of proprietors In cities to ut.'izu
all their ground.
Dr. Uarvln asked tho attorney If he
was aware that a fight. was going -jn In
New York to forbid the building i.poi,
more thun 70 per cent of the grouti'i
Mr. Ilallou How Is It getting tilon.,"
Dr. Emerson moved that the ohcr
tlons of tho military building Insp'o: 1
In this ense be sustained.
Mr. Dole supported tho motion
chiefly with regard to the rule of Ave
feet of air space between building and
boundary of lot.
Mr. Ilallou interrupted n discussion
of suggestions to require an air space
of five feet Dr. Kmerson favored ten
feet between stables and carriage,
house divisions by saying that, it the
Hoard was going beyond tho rule of
boundary air space. It might as well
refuse the permit and let them go.
They declined to consider the cutting
up of tho buildings.
Mr. Lowrcy moved an amendme.H,
which Dr. Kmcrson accepted: "That
the building penult applied for by the
Territorial Stables Co. bo allowed, pro
vided live feet of air space it kept be
tweeu the boundary Hues of that por
tion of the structure or stiuctuies in
which stalls 111c situated."
Dr. Garvin, being asked for-his
opinion, spoke of the dllllculty of dis
posing of tho liquid manure of stables,
with Its strong chargo of ammonia.
Mr. Howard described the concrete
floors anil thorough drainage planned
tor the building.
The motion carried.
Tho president reported the resolu
tion already published, framed by a
special committee, which permitted re
building In the burnt district. This
had been submitted to a majority of tho
Hoard, who had approved It subject to
formal ratification nt this meeting. The
resolution was now put and adopted.
A resolution waa proposed by tho
president to movent further pollution
of the soil, by compelling the construc
tion of Impervious cesspools, In tho dis
trict bounded by a line 200 feet fivvn of
I.lllha stlect, from the sea to School,
thenco to the summit of Punchbowl
nnd by Alapal street to the sea.
Mr. Winston regarded the proposi
tion ns utterly Impossible. There was
no way of Impounding the refuse wa
ter of households before the sewer sys
tem was established.
The resolution was laid on the table.
J. M. Monsarrat appeared to ask for
a permit to a farmer In Kulllil to keep
hogs, which had been refused by Dr.
Garvin on account of pollution of a
ttrcum. Tho applicant was prepared to
comply with sanitary conditions. There
was no complaint of neighbors.
Dr. Garvin thought It Improbable
that the nulsanro could be overcome.
In wet weather the wash from the pen
would be as bad as that from tho
manure put about banana trees.
Tho permit was refused, tho appli
cant to have 90 days to dispose of his
stock. Ho has 40 or 50 hogs.
II, It. Hitchcock appeared as attor
ney for certain Chinese claiming pay
for work done at Drill Shed detention
lmn c " llaV afaaTI ,TVrT i T
4Ci.UAlJJ - ONCE
camp. They were not quarantined In
mates but employed on the outside. In
ferred lo tho executive otllccr with
power to approve the bill If found cor
rect. A request from the Superintendent
of Public Works was read, requesting
tho uso of tho Anla warehouse for the
Itoyal school On motion of Dr
Emerson, eoronded by Mr. Winston, the
request was granted, nnd tho executive
ottlccr Instructed to hasten tho empty
ing of the warehouse.
A letter was read from II. C. Austin,
auditor, regarding Dr. Howard's claim
of extra pay for extra services. Itcfer
rcd to Attorney General for report as
to whether tho auditors position Is
1'. J. Hcrry, nttorney, appeared on
behalf of Dr. N'oblltt, whoso license to
practice medicine had been revoked,
nt the Instance of the Hoard, for con
duct unbecoming the profession. Tho
nttorney nrcucd for a reconsideration
of the Hoard's action. He claimed that
Dr. Nobtltt's partnership with Mr. Kcr-
don of the Quaker Medicine Co. had not
been Justly construed by the Hoard.
Tho president gave a history of tho
case and asked Dr. N'oblltt If It was
correct. Tho crucial point was that
the doctor had been the partner of a
Dr. N'oblltt corroborated tho state
ment In the main, hut stated some dif
ferences from his recollection.
Mr. Ilerry asked If the president
would be guilty of unprofessional con-
t'uet If he employed n solicitor.
Dr. Wood answered that, to use plain
language. Dr. N'oblltt had been tho
stool pigeon of a quack.
Mr. Hcrry made n reference to an nl-
legcd transaction of Dr. Garvin with
Mr. Kertlnn, which Dr. Oarvln warmly
resented. Ho said he could produce n
witness under oath to prove Hint ho
compelled Mr. Kenton to refund $20 to
one of bis patients.
Dr. Kmcrson, following a suggestion
of Mr. Dole that after all this lapse of
time Dr. N'oblltt should lie reinstated,
stated his belief that the doctor, In his
own conscience, knew that ho did
wrong In countenancing Mr. Kenton's
Mr. Herry contended that Dr. N'ob
lltt acted under authority of n law
made for the protection of patients.
He was present to see that their conn
dence was not abused.
Mr. Dole stated that n case was
pending In the courts ugalnst Dr. N'ob
lltt for practicing medicine without 11
license. Krom whnt he had learned of
tho case the doctor's conduct appeared
to have been gentlemanly,
Mr. Winston made u motion to rc
voko the former uctlon of the Hoard.
Mr. Lowrey suggested that n Judicial
decision on tho caso would help the
Dr. Cooper held that the conduct of
Dr. N'oblltt prostituted tho profession,
and tho offense could not bo condoned.
Mr. Herry, correcting a further re
mark by Mr. Dole, said tho defense In
the caso In question was that, having
been refused n license to practice, Dr.
N'oblltt was not guilty of the offense
Dr. Kinerson would' be willing to ti
Instato Dr. N'oblltt If he showed nn;
contrition. Dr. Wood stated that Dr. N'oblltt
oHense wim In shielding a quack fii.m
tins law's punishment.
Mr. Lowrey thought that the wtak
point on the part of the Hoard was that
It failed to prosecuto thu ilo.-trr for
practicing without a license.
Dr. Wood replied that such action
belonged to tho police.
Mr. Lowrcy retorted that the lliord
should see, In such a matter, that the
law was enforced.
After some further indefinite tall:,
the matter was laid on the table fa.' one
Dr. J. S. McDonald was recommend
ed, on report cf tho examining ecmui'i
tee, to tho Treasurer for a llcsnu tu
Dr. Wnuguop. Inspector of me-it nt
I.lhiie, was granted a vacation ot t,
Dr .Schwalllo resigned the poi'linc
of Government physician ut Han.iki,
and Dr. T. T. Krciich appilcii fnr the
, osltlon nnd got It.
Dr. Gun In reported that dp' I I.
S. N'. Co. 's steamer Mlkahala. with i
rapacity of 52 cabin passoiriu' was
available for tho semi-annual vhut tu
tho Moluk-'l settlement.
Dr. Wood desired that ns m.i.iy mem
bers of tho Hoard as posslbh idiauld
go. Tho steamer would leave here at 9
p. m. Friday evening. Aiiiui. utit
aldo applicants he woul I favor (lrst of
nil relatives. of denlzsns 01 tho .Settle
ment. Local and visiting mimlvn of
tho press were always tikei on these
trips, but he stipulated to all that no
sensational description:! of tho people
wero permissible. Nelthr ri Ir
responsible photogrnphcrs ever allowed
to tuko pictures there. T'ofixrluuil
photographers hid at thr.'.i been itu:
permission to do so undc restrictions.
Dr. Garvin reported at luv:-i'l,in
into tho fatal epidemic n I'alolo val
ley. Sample of th" wntir lwJ l.ern
taken, but riu coiu.lni.br. had Urn
TOUNO TEN01R COS
aW STOMACH &
A Healthy Stomach
m.lke nun hlrtnd. vtfrfimii. nr.c 4
strong body. Hostttter's Stomach Hitters
Strpnpthpna wpal? atnmfirh. An . rt-iclnnil
dose will keep the bowels active. Taken
reguiariy, win cure indiRestlon, consti
pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
liver, or kidneys, malaria, fever and ague.
It will cure vou. Stfth.1t aPRIVATK
REVENUE STAMP covers the neck of
It Huh No HOSTETTER'S
Superior STOI1ACH HITTERS
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capita Stock - - $100,000.
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. C, Achl President A Manage)
M. K. XttkulUB...... Vlco Prealdont
J. Makalnat .Troasuror
Knoch .Inlimon KecieUtry
Goo. L. Desb Auditor
HOAHD OK DIHKCTOUS:
J. W. Illplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lands In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also has bouaei In the City
ofHouolulu forwent. 1489-yl
Visitors are cordially Invited t
.all and inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameh
I. to date.
At tbo Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
A FEW VERY DESIRABLE BUILD
1NGLOTS on Niuanu Avenut.at NIc
lopa, Nuuanu Valloj for saU. Apply ti
J. M. JV'NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, trchant street
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will liny or LeltBeal Estate 11
11 puts of the group.
XW We will Soli Properties on Beoi
OFFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titles . .
P. B. 11. STRAUOH,
Real Estate Broker
KlnancWl Agent and Collector
No. 0 Bethel St., neur P. O.
it Tuitphnti a3
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers nro furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving nn ac
curate record of deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attorney,
etc., etc., which lire placed on record.
8uiJscuiPT!0N puici:, 12.00 pi:h
A. V. GBAR.
Judd Uulldlug, Honolulu.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W. G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Ilcflncry Co., of San
Haldwin Locomotive Works, ot
Philadelphia, Penn.. U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N". Ohlandt & Coa Chemical Kertlll.
Alex, Cross & Sons, high grade Ker
(Hirers for Cane and Coffee.
Heed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OKKKIl KOIt 8ALC
Parafllno Paint Co. 'a P. & D. PalnU
nnd Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, raw nnd boiled.
Indurine (n cold-water paint), U
whlto nnd colors.
Kilter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime
CASTLE & COOKE
Tb. Kwa Planting Co.
To. Walalua Airkultraal Co., LI,:
Tba Kohala Su.ar Co
To. Walan.a Su.r f till Co.
Tb. Koloa Atrlcuituial Co,
Tbo Fulton Iron Wotki, SI. loala. Mo.
Tb. Standard Oil Co.
Tbo Co. F, Blab. St.aa Posit.
Tb. Nw Enrland Lit. loioraocoCo, ol lot n
J5 .? F"! '" Co- Hanfor., Hon
Too Alllanco Atiuranco Cn of Lonloa.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Slirerkpla Vl.n Ipnat.i.
W. M. Olffard ..Second Vice President
11. .vi. wnuncy jr. .... Treas. nnd 8ec
Geo. J. Iloss Auditor
Aonrta of tbi
ilJEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPACT
OF HAN FHANOISOO. (JAJ.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mad, no, Eta
BlEWEl C0., LTD.,
Qun ttrtfi. Honolulu U.I
Hawaiian Atrlculroral Company. Aaarlcaa lata.
Co.. Honomu Surar Co.. W.lluku s,t. r. a
.wVmjt WUh.. uigii .iani lnowtn, !
Sutar Co . Hal.ikala Rarcti Co.. Molokal H.a.bi
Pl.nur a Llna San Ft liuoPichl baa. Ir war
It Co.'o Llna ot Boawn Facktt.
LLST OK OKKICKKS
O. M. Cooke, Prenidont; Ueorfo H,
Koliortwiii, Manager; K. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secrotaryj Col. W. I
Allon, Audit ir; P. O. Jonos, H. Water,
lioune, Geo. It. Cartor, Dlroctora.
tjneral Manager of
Tb Rqujuble Life Assat&nce Sociitf
Of tb United HUtes for the Uawaluu
Orruwt M.rohant streat. Hon
M. PHILLIPS CQ.,
Wholecale Importeri tad Jobbers
foroptui and American D7 loo
Fotand Queen BtreaU.
H. HAOKPELD k CO., L
1GNEBAL COMMISSION ABEITI
flor. Vort and Qneen Htreeta Iloflol"'-
The World Reoister
Keep the Casli while you are busy.
Try ono o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Haw'D.IroD Fence and MonameDtal Co
141 Klnir Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
EI. GK BIAET,
'" "ORT STWBFT
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
I FlKST CUSS WORK GUArtANTfil-C
Union M, near Holei 1504