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TMU BVKNINO IIUU.IHINI HONOLULU, M. t., THUKSUAY. DUGI'MM ft J;, foo.
&. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAR
OAVIS & QEAR I Cnpllnl Stock
Hbrntyi nnd Countellori at LnwjCnplfnl, paid up,
Zmt 4, art, jcJ. JuJJ Hi ilJIne.
'. Pott nnJ Merihsnt St. Honolulu
" CHARLES L rETERSOHi
Lttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
Attorney niitl Counsellor at
oaeo: In the Occidental Hotel,
Wcnar of Klag and Alnkea Streets,
W. C, Aehl. Enoch Johnson,
Attorneys and Counselors
Otr.ce No. 10 West Kins Street.
Chlnsso and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any styls
Framed Pictures for sale.
-....New Mouldings for Frames havt
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
16) TELEPHONE 8Gq
.Ml KCHANT TAILOR
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyelnc and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
fi Hotel St.. Ncnr Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. M.n.tu.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Tmfmtry OBct: Rooea f npfttilrs Sprocktli balll
t Trt yi
- LADIES SKIRTS CLEANO
ClntMnz Cl.in.4. Ih4 nl R.flrt4
SUITS MDF. TO OKDEH
(Fit f turtnlMd (rUnnl Prke.
Fort Stmt.ntir Kukul, and nr Orpheum Thtatcr.
ATPricn Oftnlns ont ulL, fit Dytlng suit I.ja.
r HOP HONG,
taAHmin of AaniCAK. Eroush and
Scotch CLoth on Hand
. lis NuuABtl ttrtit. Hoootutu, Hl.
Ooti m n4 em-cUit at rMitnti
Clolhtt Ct.tncd ao4 R9ilrS
Can satisfy your wants t
if you mention them in its
Set o! 5 maps, $2.00
SO CENTS EAOIT
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
twi, Pins, and an extensive variety
HU FORT STREET.
' JhOiIIq Concrete Company.
n Herewith H. F. Rertleman. Contractor.
LjlOnt St. opposite Wall, Nichols & Co.
DO ALL kinds of Stone and Concrete
Work at CALIFORNIA PRICES,
WE mike a sneclaltv of constructing
. Cerarnt Sldej Walks at very reasonable
pttungSl,, bet. Alapai & Kaplolanl Sts.
IfeVurly furnftfieJ rooms with board.
lUBK board, leltplione H7I Uiue,
HAWAII LAND CO.
W, 0. Athl I'rixlilotit , Mmiki
M. K, NAkiillm Vice 1'roldont
J. Mkliml , , ...Tren.urei
Kiun'Ii Johnn rocieUry
Obo. li, IH'li - Auditor
HOAKl) OK DlllKCTOlWs
J. W. Illplkano,
The above Company will buy, leans,
or Mil lanJj In all part of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also lias bouses In the. City
of Honolulu for rent. I48fl-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
CF We will Bn or UH ileal Estate In
ul parts ol the frronp.
trjr We will Hell Properties on Ueason
3FFICE. 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited t
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameru
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
We MEET the
m x off
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
P. O. Dox ts llland Corrtsponitnc. Sollch.d,
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Have jeraoved from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS WORK GUARANTEEL
Uiilon St. near Hotel iscvi
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
IIOTLL STKCLT ixir lull
Hot find Cold lintlm, UfSctH.
Mra. I.W. Rimch JkAtUWi!lBSr
o vears practice, references If desired.
k bids ol Musical Instruinrnts Mined
and Repaired. Olflce with the llauall.ui
Iron Fence and Monument C-,, into 1H0
5. King St., Res. Occidental Hotel.
Tel., osi. H.)in Lincoln Hlock
OnunnAl IJnnltU nfflnrtKO1
OUYLI rtl ntdllll VlllOCI O'HpMlnnK Oil n MM. InrlinUo, tirotdi
EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY
THE REASONS GIVEN
Clash With Oahu Cemetery Association
Powers of Board in Land
Dr. Raymond, president. Attorney
(leuvrnl 1". V. Dole, Dr. I'mcrion, I
J. Lowrey. Dr. Cooiier niul (1. W. Smllli
constituted the Hoard of lltnltli at yon-
llctidH 1'ltl pri'sldent bad
to lie chauges to rcciitiiniiiid
CutOff ti,P niaKliiR of tihUh
would rcnulro tho rcelBtiatl -us of tlu
Dr. Howard, city physician;
Dr. Hurfmann, bacteriologist;
Dra. Jlonsanat and Shaw, veterinary
Kiirgcons and meat Inspectors,
Dr. Myers, Inspector under Act to
There should be two city physicians
and their functions should IncluJo
those now exercised by Dr. Myers. .The
bacteriologist should have nildcd to his
duties the work of n public educator !n
sanitation, The president Intended
making new appointments for the va
rious services affected.
On motion It was voted that th"
president bo supported In nil the
changes of officers made for elllcleney
nnd economy of the health department.
It being understood thnt no reflection
Is passe 1 noon nit.- of t'.e lo imIwiih
nffccto.i. tho changes to tako effect the
first of January.
J. r. Kcrnan was elected ns asklstr.nt
Nnitn U was voted that
for Any liquors reported by Mr.
Lepers Reynolds as having been
sent to peoplo at the leper settlement
be confiscated nnd destroyed. Mr Dob;
made n Joke on the question nf (hi
method of destruction.
The food Inspector was Instructed In
prosecuto certain persons detected In
adulterated food traffic.
Much -ilr- Dole, on the qnes-
Grnveynrd tlon of burial permits In
Tnlk districts other than Ho
nolulu, asked If cases might not nrlcj
where, prompt burial being necessary,
hardship would be caused by compul
sory waiting for certificates.
Dr. Cooper said Nllhau for Instance.
The matter was referred to the At
torney General to draw up n rmo
meeting nil cases.
David Dayton appeared beforo tho
Hoard In behalf of the Oahu Cemetery
Association. Owners of family plots
wanted permission to extend such Into
the alleyways so as to have all their
dead in one place Tho Association
owned considerable land unoccupied. It
was for burial purposes only, accord
Ing to their charter. Thcrcforo It
seemed bard If they could not dlsposo
of the laud. They wanted tho rule pro
hibiting burials within city limits
modified to fit the case. It was their
desire to construct a receiving vault,
which would do nwny with tho necej-
slty of keeping bodies In undertaking
shops. In answer to Dr. Cooper's re
mark that tho difficulty would bo In
giving ono cemetery a privilege not ae
corded to others, ho said this wiib tho
only cemetery Incorporated,
Mr. Smith said a number of peoplo
owned land not occupied In Maklkl
On motion of Dr. Cooper It was de
cided to carry out the regulation as It
"I think you nro milking a mistake,
gentlemen," Mr. Dayton remaiked..
Mr. Lowrey thought a mistake hil
been made In tho regulation as last
amended, where. It gave tho owners of
burial plots tho privilege of burying
their dead therein without any qualifi
cation. It might result lu overcrowd
Itcvlscd Tho Attorney General
Plumbing and Mr, Lowrey weio ira
RuIch motion elected n com
mittee to devise a plan for meeting the
A report of the committee on revl
blon of plumbing legulatloim was tml
mtttcd. Soernl changes wero recom
mended. Some of them ookcd dis
cussion ami when the rending was end
ed a motion wan made by Mr. Lowrev
to adopt tho legulatlons ns nmended,
Dr. Emerson wanted to defer ados
tlon until tho regulations wero In their
hands for closer inspection,
Mr, Dole confessed it was acting In
tho dark with lilm, ns bo was not veil
ed In tho technicalities,
Tho president told of tho care with
which tho revision had been mndo. a
rcpresentatlvo gathering of plumrirs
having been In coiifeieneo with 111'1
committee It wns highly dcslrablo that
tho regulations should go Into I mint
Dr. EmeiHou withdrew his objection
and Hie mot tun to adopt carried with
out illskoiitliig voice.
lloiinl'H '"' '"""wl'iK "Pinion
l.ciinl of Hi ci Attorney General
I'owcch Wus read:
"Chuplor Mi of tho IVnnl l.uws uf
IK'J7 provides ilmtl 'Tin board shall
ilmic Kfintnl tli r(, (imsliilit nit
earn nf (hi. iivtlitlf health,
May mnhr siiefc rMRMIn tt line'
nnlMhfm. Mnttvm f Kith Atxl immmw
'ttf dlrlttliM WlthHI ItH" MMipPTllrf HI
Itln l)f the lil
mi btwirtl any
if ln-'iBty fi
H)f tram!. R It hlll
' for the nubile nIMIi
niitl unfit' Hr-tlo(i i,i In in V lnbi
ivi nf Hi tvnnl I . if lt"7 author-
If Hie nlmtrmrtit of inilssbfes nnd
iirmliln Hip twwnrv linicnlure
fur the Improvement of land dehtfl
nti to the nubile h'ntlh, niilhnrltn tho
abatement of nnlnnres or this rinss,
nnd prolde tho proceduro for doing
"Tho regulations of tho board if
henlth bnp tho forrn n, law. provided
they do not conflict with tho consti
tution or laws of the United Htntes. r
with nnv law of the Territory; nnd
prnlded, further, that they nre neees.
tary, reasonable, limited to the pur
poses for which the board wns creat
ed, nnd equal In their operation with
out distinction of race, class or condi
tion. As long ns the Hoard keeps
strictly within Its sphere, which Is tho
snfe-gunrdlng nf the public health, It
can do whatever the exigencies of tho
case demand: nnd In time of pestl
tenee. Its authority bAromes well-nigh
omnipotent It has the power, nt any
time, upon complying with lnw nnd Its
own regulations, to summarily abate
anv pnblle nuisance serlouslv endnn
goring the public health. Where Im
mediate netlon Is necessary, It does
not have to wnlt the slow proees of
courts, 'the public safety Is the mi-
On the other hnml, tho law re
quires theso great powers to ho exor
cised with n conscientious regard for
tho rights of Ino.vliliinls. ns well i.R
tho snfety of the community. Any 'n
terfereneo with trade, nny burden up
on prlvnto propertv. nny oxpenso or
Inconvenience to Individuals, not nee
essarv to the snfe-gtinrdlng nf tho pnb
lle health, Is to bo scrupulously avoid
ed. "The lnw, however, recognizes that
matters of sanitation nro often ques
tions of opinion, which must be decid
ed offhnnd. nnd does not hold tho
board or Its members responsible for
mistakes of Judgment If thev exer
cise good common senso nnd bonest
lr do tho bcrt tbev enn with such light
ns they enn get."
Tho president gave his views ns to
procedure, according to tho opinion
of the Atttorney General, so ns to en
forrc all the sanitary regulations of tho
Hoard. Notices should bo sered on
property owners whenever require!
that the regulations would bo cnrrlf.1
out. Tho Attorney General's opinion
should be posted In condemned loer
Itrnnd Tn" Attorney General
Gouge spoke of n large number
Chinese 0f Intcllgent Chinamen
naming Goo Kim as a typo of them
who wero ns desirous as anyono that a
new Chinatown should not be permit
ted to arise equally deleterious to tho
public health as the one lately destroy
ed by fire.
A. V. Judd appeared as attornoy for
Mr. Wlnnm, who had furnished him
with an order from Dr. Pratt, tho
cxecutlvo officer, to remove people from
certain premises forthwith. On Mr.
Wlnam's behalf ho had been urging
tho public works department to have
tho land filled up to sanitary require
ments. About three weeks ago he had
been Informed of the breakdown of the
dredgo nnd tho exhaustion of fund.
Since then tho railroad company ha I
promised to do the filling without much
further delay. Mr. Wlnum only wanted
Tho president said the condition of
tho ground was such that It was a
menace to public health to allow peo
plo to live upon It.
Mr. Judd suggested that a personal
conference between Mr, Wlnnm nnd tho
cxecutlvo officer might result In a sat
isfactory understanding. It was left nt
It was voted to commission as agents
of tho Board a list of new deputy sher
iffs. Abide A letter was read from
by the the Honolulu Plum-
Rulca !nB Co., relative to a con
cession made by tho former plumbing
Inspector, asking that the work In
question bo approved as It was neces
sary to have the Job finished.
Tho president said the concession
was contrary to regulations.
Tho Attorney General said, If the ac
tion of tho inspector was Illegal, It was
not binding on tho Board.
Tho president could not seo how they
could allow the regulations to bo bro
ken, and on motion the request wns
It wns decided to refer the mntter of
a meat Inspector at I.lhue to Sheriff
Metlila'.cd Tho president brougnt
KpIrltH up the question of tho
Question 4alo of methylated
spirits. Several deaths had occurred
from ovcr-lndulgenco In tho article.
Mr. Smith explained that the law was
the samo as that of several leading na
tions, which did not treat methylated
spirits as poison. They bad to bo tak
en In largo quantities to prorttico leth
al effects, StlU. as In France measure s
wero being taken to put abslntho In
tho clnsB of poisons, and ns methylnted
spirits weio liable to bo nbused by
nborlglnnl people, ho suggested that n
committee should bo nppolnted to ilrn.v
up recommendations on the matter to
Reports wero read from Malulanl
hospital nnd Kaplolanl Maternity
Thco, Richards wroto about the land
on whlrb detention camp No, 2 was
situated, ho desiring on behalf of the
owners to mako sure of tho sanitary
status of tho property. Referred to tho
Adjourned at 6 20.
WH'imi'iiiiiif,T "3 to corf y
i4 MAGIC gr-Ewny t0
HEADACHE:; euro f houcl'
I WAFERS ; uoho
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Ilr)nn') New I'jipef
Unrolii, Net. Dee. It -Win .1 llrr
mi re nut the fnlliiMlng Inter", lew tr
' I hno for cernl years had In "oti
Iwnplatlon the establishment nt a
weekly newspaper nnd this seems nn
iippmiutin time for undertaking it. In-1
tending lo deMite my life In the study,
nnd discussion uf public qiirstlons, 1 1
Iiavo taken this method because It will
best arrompllsh the purpose which I
hnvo In view, Through a paper I will
be nble to keep In touch with social,
economic and political problems, The
paper will at the same time, If sue.
rcssful, provide an Income sufficient
for my pecuniary needs and this kind
of work will allow me more time with
my family than I have been nble to
enjoy for several years pasL
"I expect to lecture occasionally, es
pecially In college towns, where I can
speak to students, but my principal
work will be done with tho pen, or pr-
haps I should say, with the pencil.
The paper will be called the 'Com'
moner' nnd will defend the principle
Bet forth In the communications as city
platform.. I shall be publisher and edi
tor nnd Lincoln will be the place of
Run Prnnctnco Storm,
San Kranclsco, Dec. 15. Not for
many years has San Kranclsco been cut
off from telegraphic communication
with the rest of the world, ns on yes
terday, when a sixty mile nn hour wind
raged for a few minutes. The wind
storm wns accompanied by thunder
nnd lightning and torrents of rnln nnd
though It lasted but n short time. It
left telegraph and telephone wires In
n sadly demoralized condition. Tor the
first time on record, llgh'tulng caused
damage In San Kranclsco. A big steel
gas tank was struck by n bolt, the gn
lu the tank caught fire nnd tho struc
ture collnpscd. The loss to the gas
company will be nbout $5000. A few
flimsy houses wero blown down, but
no one In this city was hurt. At Sa
linas. Mrs. King was blown from tho
top of n windmill and was killed. Oak
land, Berkeley and Alameda also suf
fered from the wind.
The nvcrage velocity of the wind
during the storm was forty-five miles
nn hour, though for one minute It
Jumped to sixty miles.
Storm at Astoria.
ABtorln, Or., Dec. 17. A violent
storm nnd wind occurred Here Saturday
night nnd Sunday. The wind at the
mouth of the river at one tlmo attained
n velocity of nlncty-flvo miles per hour.
As far ns learned there was no dam
age to shipping.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAT.
rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. E. W. Orove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
The Boning Bulletin,
76 cents per
Fine Job Printing at
or more patterns of China
and lapanese Mattings, just
opened up, and we cordially
Invite Inspection of our line
of new an beautiful goods.
saved are dollars earned, and
comparison of goods and
prices will convince you of
the truth of our assertion
that we can give you
Roods for little money.
LEWERS & COOKE,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
and Office Furniture
In stock, or ordered from
(jtfnersl Utniger ot
.'! HquUable Life Assurance 8ooib
(if the United BUtes lot tb Bswklls.
Oman Mfihtnt stiMt. Hoe
M. PHILLIPS k 00
WbolMsla Importers and Jobbtn
;oropetn ind American Drj toei
Vo t and Qoetn HtiMti
mm commission milt,
Uit.Votl and UaMO HlrW Hoatit
Rf and Vint DMltrs.
iMroaTHMt, AMD WMOLMIAtl
! Wild mil Limor Dialers.
AtMK (M Ik. R.HIM KtltlM Imi t IWItlt
No. in Nucahu tmsrr
r tlMI. Homuiu, Hawahas Iiusdi.
P, O B.i i,, M.M.I Tl K.
GtONSALVES Ae CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE OROOEBB AM)
MS Qnaen treat, Honolnln, H 1
"onxolidated Soila Water Co., L'f
"orntr Allti A Fort Sti., Honolulu
(Late JIM DODDS.)
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Has just received a large consign
In First-class Order.
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band.
LARGE INVOICE OF.
IN DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
It has'nt come to stay ; it's going
fast, but there's more com
ing every month.
L. H. DEE, Prop.
BOARDING AND LIVER!
Riga sent to any part o! tht
Oity. HACKS -AT-ALL -HOURi'
Walklkl Road, Walklk .
TEL. BLACK 141.
When Yon W&qt&ig
TUNO UP THE. ..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stable's, : : :
,.118 FOBT BTRKJn
Stable 'Phone, 477
Hacck Stand 'Phone SIB and 71 1.
O. H, BEUJKA.
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
I In Quantities to Suit....
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
Dumo Carts furnished bv the da
on Hour's Notice,
H. R HITCHCOCK
Merchant St., In M; D. Monsarrat's otnee.
0111a, Algeroba and Fine Flreiooc
Out and bplit (ready for theBtove),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHIT ANP BL10E BAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pari
11 Qn.n Htrwl
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incoming
steamers from the Coast nd we check
baggage on all outgoing steamers.
Wblle and Black Sand For Salr
Office with Evening Bulletin, aio King
street. Tel. 86.
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pers promptly will confer a
favor bv notifying tbe rliush
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Nor wants that little long."
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If you want anything,
how In the world do you expect people to
know about It If you maintain
Try the Bulletin Want Columns, and If
the reading public hav'e what you want
you'll be sure to get It.
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If they were not, whenever you
happened to have a want, all you
would hive to "do would be to
work up a "think" or two and
- people would rush to you like bits
of metal to a magnet. As It Is,
though, the easiest, quickest and
cheapest thine you can do, Is to
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Do you WANT a Bicycle.?
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Do you WANT a Husband 7
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Do you WANT'a'Servant?
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40 cents two weeks, and 60 cents one
month. This Isdhe cheapest advertis
ing ever offered to the people of Honolulu.
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