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HAWAIIAN TOBACCO co i -
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
IN A LARGE VARIETY
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited u
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameru
I. to date. .
At the Old Stand
On Fort Stroet ::
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTB.
P. O. Box yji ItUni Corr.lpoiU.nc. Sollclt.4.
FINRE & ASBAHR,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAIN LANE, opposite the
C.ithollc Mission, Fort St,, and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST ClASS WORK GlMRANTEbL
. Uiilon St. near Hotel naj
Set of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . ,
THB . . .
BVBNJNG-. J '
qija-Jitoiafc- jA'"-fji. A.'Jf,ttt,
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. 0. Achl President A Manajjor
M. K, Nnktilna... Vlca Presldom
J. Maknlnat .Troasuror
Enoch Johnson Secretary
Oeo. L. Delhi Auditor
BOAKD OF DIKKCTORS:
J. W. Blplkano.
The above Company will buy, leaao,
or HOll lanjj In rII inrla nt f h naw.ll.n
Island; and also hs house In the City
f Houolulu for rent. 1489-vl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
ll patti of th group.
XW We will Bell Fropertiet on Btuoo
OFFICE. 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 Titlck . .
A NEW LINE JUST RECEIVED.
Gold Filled Spectacle Frames
Just the thing for this climate.
H. G. BIART,
IEWELER, ioio FORT ST.
President Raymond Con
DISCUSSED PRO AND CON
Sanitation of Tenement Houses an Im
portant Matter-Board Will In
spect Disease Breeding
Tlio Ilo&id of Health met vcstcnl.iv
witu President Itnymond In the chair.
After his nboonro uf four weeks ho
wielded the fc.nel with despatch and
with n full attendance of nil of the
members, n large amount of business
wni attended to.
An application was read from Wil
liam 0. Klttel. police otllcer at Lnupn
hoehoe. Ilnwall. for tho position of
fish Inspector at that landliiR. Ho
stntos that Japanese Hshcrmen have
been selling unwholesome flub nt that
place. Ills appointment was recom
mended. Dr. K. S. Ooodhuc of Koloa hosnltal
asked the Hoard to allow nurses' ser
vices and the use of two beds, which.
with the assistance ho ran secure from
tho plantations, will give sufficient
equipment to take charge of all who
may be admitted. The application was
Drs. Malony, Thompson and Waits
hop, government physicians, were
granted requisitions for drugs. These
applications raised tho nutation of the
wisdom of continuing the Bystem of
government physicians. Tho matter
was discussed at length without any
formal action being taken. Thero was
$9,000 appropriated two years ago for
the purpose of providing drugs for gov
ernment physicians. The sum of $3,000
has been used. With this showing. Dr.
Cooper thought It would not be good
policy to make underpaid country doc
tors furnish their own drugs.
President Raymond believed tho In
terests of economy demanded the til.
tlmatc abandonment of the present sys
tem of government physicians. He
snld with the extinction of the govern
ment physician, the plantations would
employ physicians and that, so far as
aiding the Indigent sick, any reputable
physician, worthy tho name, would
not deny medlcnl aid merely because
tho sick person was poor. He further
stated that the present system was, In
fact, a mere subsidy to the plantations
rather than nn aid for tho Indigent.
12. P. Dolo's observation on the sub
ject was that. In his mind, n govern
ment salary should represent govern
12. P. Dole made a verbal report of
his opinion upon recommendation
made by Prof. Shorey to amend certain
laws relating o pure food. In a gen
eral way, ho said he would not assert
that tho existing laws could not bo
Improved, but ho considered tho re
commendations of tho chemist of
doubtful legal expediency. The threo
recommendations were: First, that the
word "delivering" bo added to tho bcc
tlon of tho penal laws making It nn of
fenso to manufneturo or sell adulterat
ed food: second, that the prcsenco of
adulterated food In an establishment,
bo considered prlmao facie evidence;
third, that typo used In printing
printing labels for compounds bo of
certain prescribed size.
Dr. Pratt reported that the January
bill for the burlnl of tiaupers was $117.
He brought up tho matter of prohibit
ing burials within the district of Ko-
na, nlul was directed by the Hoard to
Investigate and designate tho places
within said limits, whero burial of tho
dead would be proper.
A resume of affairs at tho Asylum for
tho Insane, prepared bv Dr. Herbert.
superintendent of thnt Institution, was
read by Dr, Pratt and ordered placed
on flic. It was nn exhaustive descrip
tion of tho Institution and gavo In
minutest detail, completo Information
ns to tho number of Inmates, character
of mental trouble, modes of treatment.
general discipline, mid management of
At tho close of the reading of Dr,
Herbert's leport, President Itnymond
stated that ho made a personal Inspec
tion of tho Insano asylum n short tlmo
ago nnd was greatly surprised to find
the Institution In such oxecllent order.
Hq had oxpected to find nbusea but
found every renBon for tho hearty con
gratulations ho gavo to tho superin
tendent. Ho believed It to bo the. duty
of tho Hoard of Health 'to givo Dr.
Herbert Its endorsement.
How over, he was strong In tho bo
lief thnt tho nsylum should bo under
tho management of n resident physi
cian. Ho gavo several reasons for this,
but thought such a change at tho pres-
Ig.tMMfcttste.t.yii, JS.OIA m
A Healthy Stomach
wakes pure hlnnJ. vltmrnnc ,.,...,. ...
b.dy. llostetter's Stomach Hitters
strengthens weak slomachs. An occasional
..... ..,. ,,,v u..s a 'iitivc, I imcil
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, constl-
.MUM. uvsitrsn, oiunusies. Inactive
Iver or kldrevs. malaria fever and aew.
It Will cure will. S, II, nt - !..!., ....
Uevcnuc Stump covers the neck of the
It lias HO HOSTETTER'S
ent tlmo wni Impracticable. It would
be more expensive nnd the necommodn
tlons at thr !:! ulon ale entirely In
idiquate for Un jealdence of a physi
cian. He relic i.iud, even when Midi
change Is made, his doubts ns to (he
patients lecclvlng better care tlinn
thrv do now. He went on to say. that
tho asylum Is ni en to the Inspection of
nil and, while the management of the
Institution hail been criticised, he him
self bellev'ed It above Just criticism.
The report of the City Sanitary om-
cer was as follows: Iliilldlng permits
Issued. 53; building premises examin
ed, 103; Banltnry Inspections. 177; cess
pools Ireated, 12; twelve IS-hour no
tices were served nmong which two
prosecutions wero neeessnry; permits
to keep pigs, .1; certificates for laying
houses. 17; premises found unsanitary.
The sanitation of tenement houses.
says the report. Is ono of the most Im
portant subjects and notices hnin been
distributed nmong tho landlords, call
ing nttentlon to the Important features
of the lodging house laws. The Hoard
Is requested to permit residents In the
Knkanko district to run waste water
Into the cement drnln. Instead of Into
cesspools, which In that vicinity, nl
most Invariably develop Into rtulsnnces.
The report closed with n recommenda
tion thnt tho members of the Hoard
visit In a body tho premises nt the
rnrner of Hnlckaulla and South streets
covered with stagnant water: a spot
near the Sanltnry Steam Laundry, stag
nant water; a spot on Knwnlahno street
near the -Sanitary Steam Laundry's
(nnds, slognnnt water, nnd nnother
spot on Kerosene wnrehouso street.
The Hoard will visit these places on n
day to be fixed by Dr. Pratt.
The report of the plumbing Inspector
for tho month of January showed: In
spections made, 32li; permits filed. 128;
certificates Issued, 93; sewer connec
tions, 20. All Parties, havlne nermln.
slon havo connected with tiie Bcwer,
OVER NIAGARA FALLS.
Niagara Falls, N. Y Jan. 20. John
Wiser nnd John Marsh of this city at
tempted to cross Niagara tiller nlove
the falls today. They lost control of
their boat nnd wero cirri? 1 Into the
rapids. Wiser, who was iinabla to
swim, was swept over tho falls and
drowned. Marsh, nfter a lespcrato
strugglo In tho ley water, was rescued
by persons along tho shore.
Tho men wero nearly half war across
tho river when their boat was caught
In floating Ice. Tho two mn floated
down tho river sldo by ld Marsh
was C00 feet from the Bhoro and Wlsi r
wns nt least twenty feet further nwny.
At Willow Island soveral men formed
a lino and with the aid of n long polo
succeeded In getting near enough to
Marsh to rescue him. Wise" clung to
the Ice until ho was tossed oh Into tho
water and drifted over the brink.
LITTLH BVA 18 MARItlED.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 20. I.lttlo Kva
in married. She has been goln.; to
heaven nightly nt tho Denver'Theater.
for tho last week In n blnzo of som"
what Inappropriate red ftre, but last
night she fell out with tho mamger,
stern-hearted Simon I.egreo ni,d re
fused to make tho trip. I.egreo deHdcd
that In this Undo Tom's Cabin Cjtn-'
pnny this I.lttlo Eva was n luxury tbnt
could be dispensed with. So Mttljj
I2vn, whoso real namo is MndemoUce
Klleen Mario do' Pedrorona of San
frunelseo, manled the head violinist,'
who figured In tho cake walk, which ls
part of tho up-to-dato Undo Tom
snow. -1110 violinist i uan 11, Nwing
KanS. Ho Will tnltO lllHT
lo to Now York .11,1 Simon I.egreo'
lmvc to find nnot'her Utile ljva.
Tho weekly edition of tho livening
Bulletin gives a completo summary of
tho news of tho day.
'k&,' ..v.Ai.a.vAii Ifcu.-V
Corner Morchnnt nnd Nuunnu St., "'
Office 'Phone, 390
SaVe YOUr Wife Many Steps by Installing
A House Telephone from
You will never
part with It.
install two 'phones complete tinder a guarantee at a price well
you cannot nffonl to be without them. '
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
There teheaJlh indicated fcj
t JHIIIIIW KJLt
Witfv & Stornach'trotible
..Yl. -'," "i -iuiiu.
. t I V'4&At)laniirYI.
115 an loeai ronic.aacJ .
Beverage It aids digestion.
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The Angle LAmp
ALSO CAimA G00II STOCK OF HAIIGIHG...
' STAND AMD IIAIID LAMPS.
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m ' m t -wJ
immvm vi Mis? S-
"If jou don't waut whiskey to get the best of you, you mult set
the best of whiskey,"
" 1 do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock &
MOHCJAN, C. BROWN, P. IIUSTACI:, C. II. ATIILRTON.
PfetlJenl Vkepre.IJ.nl Smrtry AuJIlor
Firewood, Stove, Steam and Blacksmith Coal,
Also White and Black Sand.
WllOI.EKALI! AM) PPTAII .
- rnunvn ,..,..-..- cr.r.,..
uIho HOTEL ST., opposite Buthel.
Works 'Phone, 389.
Upstairs to Kitchen,
House to Servants' Quarters,
House to Stable, Etc.
Another Large Shipment
of Angle Lamps.
"THE ANGLE LAMP"
THAT NCVEK TAILS
ft frTH jlftini tncrcJIMe that
any Urp coulJ I gooJ enouch lo
lak- tic r' "1 f lectf kllv on r n
termv ( iich U the r l'h the
ANGLE MMI, A uf I fit UUlUl
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Urrp. anj rrrcinrr them with this
Uwp. n"t itrfity rrcaj It cot
i bout cnftt-Mh at muchtamafn
t iln rot U no ot'ffct to hhv p
pW) tut, biJt biinir Infinitely
cheaper. H l mrrf brilliant inJ
mrtrerclljMe Inthf larpafn It l a
rtrlation toerrynre Mho nwvlt,
afJ lrrply Jemntrte thit tht
nld-lahlnnJ lamp vat a barbir
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never irtikr, rrcll or p iny
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eaIK tra ar4 It the IJI
llithtlr m ery -tardpoint V
carry ttt-e Urrp from f 1 Roup.
T. II. Dawes & Co., Lid.
W. II. IIOOGS,
Trri. anj .VUnicrr
CO., Ltd., Q-'enSt
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