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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. H. T THURSDAY, TEB. 28, 1901.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The itMners. of this 'Hoe will arrive .and leave thta port as hereunderr
FROM SAN FRANCESCO.
WAniPOSA Mch. 2
.SIERRA Mch. 12
.MARirOSA' ....Mch. 23
BONOMA Apr. t
MARIPOSi Apr. 13
VENTURA .Apr. 23
MARIPOSA .' May 4
SIERRA .......May 18
MARIPOSA May 25
SONOMA aune 4
In -connection with the sailing of the J.bove steamers tbe agenti are pre
pared tc Issue, to intending patenters, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from San Frtnclsco to all polsts In the United States, smi from New
Xork by .any steamship line to all European ports.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLY TO
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.. Limited,
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental ud Orleitil Stemsbip Co, Toji Klsen Ealsba
...... tMM..ftU.vuaaaaiM will call
For Japan and China:
Rloe.Jan.lro March 6
Coptic March t
Aautlu Mini March n
roc (antral lafotBasoa .tplr io
H. Hackfeld &
aVSuaa.r. ol ta. atow llaa. tanalac la couoctlon wltb ta. CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Mtwaaa Vaacouv.r, B. C, and Srdn.y, N. S. W., an4 calllof t Victoria. C. C Honolulu aa. BrLbaa.
"(DUB AT HONOI.Ut.iJ oa or aboat taa latao kalov atalaa rlf i
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA, B. C.
f Brisbane ao4Sytloyt
Warrlmoo. ........ Mir. 16
Mlowera... April i)
Aorangl , May n
Warrlmoo Junt 8
4Tfcroagh Icketi hia4 ttom Honolulu to Caitdi, Ualt4 StaUe aa4 Borope, For Freight ao4
ranifi tii laaioinauioD, appiy 10
Thco. H. Davlee &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,oootcns, to sail early In April
5..S OREGONIAN. 6,000 tons, tosall
. .S AMERICAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, 6,000 tons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 42d Street, South Brooklln, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACK F ELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAiLY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Barber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals arla-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
1)5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. 1 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. & T. A.,
1,47a Omaha, Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Go.
From and After January 1, 18Q9.
(Oatwatlj M. Saa. iall
Paarl Crijr.... l.oi
Boa Mill I.J1
V. C. Bxrrn, Gon'l Faa. Ticket
O. P. Demison. Superintendent.
Wilder's Steamship Company
FOR ISLAND PORTS.
b.neril Manager ol
Tb Vqajtable Life Absuuci SocUV
0 that United BUUi foi the HawalllC
Oni Koehant ntnet. Ho
FOR SaVN FRANCISOO.
MARIPOSA .....Mch. G
SONOMA Mch. 12
MARIPOSA Mch. 27
VENTURA Apr. 2
MA31IPOSA Apr. 17
SIElUtA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA May 8
SONOMA May 14
.MARIPOSA May 29
VENTURA - June 4
OCEANIC & a CO.
KHoaolahi ol lun al art M of tUt OM .
For San Franeltco:
AnarfcaM.ru March t
Cirrof Paktog March 8
GtMk March it
HoocJunf Maru March aj
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNBT AND BRISBANB
For VIcIotU aa4 Vaocoovtr (B.C.):
Ao'vigl. .April 10
Wa moo. , MayS
Mlowcra ... Junt s
Co., Ltd., GenM Agents.
Beer and Wins Dealers.
The Orpheum Bap
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR. BOTTLE
J. K. Mereeberg.
IXrOBTXRS, AMD WU0I.KSAL1
Wine anil Liauor Dealers.
A(.ct. (or to. Bottl.4 Ralol.r Boar ol a.attla
No. 19 NnuAicn Htiuiet
Foit.r Block, Hodolulu, Hawaiian Ulaim.
P. O. Boa ht. Mutual T.laphoao yj.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Comer Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
If a fine drink of anything there
Is In the city Is wanted, the
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a fine reading
room, and a spacious and airy
bir room are just a few
of the attractions.
J. H. McDonough Is the man
ager. His assistants are W.
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis.
If vou call once, yoj will call
No Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Bent 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.
LTiT DEE, Prop.
Hear the Troubles About
Poi, Taro, Flour and
JiORE DISEASE SPOTS
POUND IN KAKAAKO
Bill Adopted Barring Immigrants Af-
jflicted With Leprosy or Con-
sumption Supt. Reynolds
Yesterday's session of the Hoard of
Health was favored with n visit by
the House Health Committee, which la
composed of Representatives F, W
Hcklev, A. Ollnilan, H. .M, Kaalho,
S. II. Ilaahco and J. Ewallko. Thcso
ficnUemcn were interested spectator?
and ivcre courteously Invited by Prel
dent Raymond at different times, to
ask questions or mako remarks as thcr
might choose. Mr. Ileckley spoke of
tho matter of the visit of the members
of tho House to the settlement at Moln
kal anil expressed tho hope that ho
Hoard would allow no obstacles to bo
put In the way of the fullest and freest
Investigation. The committee was as
sured by President Raymond that the
Board would do Its part anil Superin
tendent Reynolds was appointed to
represent tho Hoard on the trip. Mr.
Reynolds said that he would accom
pany the party and do all ho could to
make tbo trip a success.
Tho bill which Attornoy General
Dolo had been asked to draw up with
a view to preventing the landing of Im
migrants affected with contagious dis
eases, was read and adopted. It Is the
same as when first submitted except,
In place of "contagious and Infectious
diseases,' only persons affected with
"leprosy or pulmonary tuberculosis"
are prohibited from coming to the Ha
waiian Islands. Tho bill will be pre
scnted to tho proper committees In the
House and Senate, with the recommen
dation of tho Hoard that It bo mado a
Tho controversy with tho Wilder
Steamship Co. over tho matter of
freights, grows sharper. A letter from
the company was read yesterday, stat
ing that It would not recede from Its
position that the Hoard of Health
should pay usual freight rates on taro.
pol, etc., shipped by It to Molokal, In
addition to tho 1200 per month for
which tho company has contracted to
carry tho settlement supplies.
Tho dispute arose because of the for
mer custom of tho Hoard of Health to
buy taro laid down at Molokal. In
these cases, tho contractor paid rn
freight. Now that the Hoard of Health
Is making consignments of taro Itself,
tho steamship company claims that
the old custom, as to taro, should bo
followed. Tho matter was referred to
a committee, with Instructions to go In
to all tho differences that havo arisen
with tho company. Ono other matter
this committee will settle. Is a claim
for tho loss of seven cattlo shipped on
the Maul. These, Superintendent Rey
nolds claims, were, lost by the nodi
genco and carelessness of tho com
pany's men In landing.
Health Officer Pratt reported that the
taro for the settlement contracted for
from a Chinese, had fallon below the
samples submitted and that nearly 200
bags had been condemned as unlit
for human food. On motion of Mr.
Lowrey, Or. Pratt was Instructed not
to pay for the condemned taro or any
that was unfit for food and to with
hold an amount duo on good taro, ns
damages. The wholo matter of tho ta
rn contracts and tho taro famine, was
then explained by Dr. Pratt for tho
benoflt of tho visiting House commit
ter. A pathetic caso of a wife's dovotlon
came to light at tho meeting. Presi
dent Raymond told of a native woman
who had been anxious to bo examined
as n leper suspect, calling as often as
three times a week. She had discolored
her body In spots with Indigo and fall
ing to deceive, Anally ndmltted she had
been shamming. Sho wrote a letter
to tho Hoard, saying that her husband.
Lul' Hoolapa, was a leper nt Molokal
nml that sho wanted to go to him as a
kokua. Her request was accomapnled
by an apology for past deception.. The
.request was deferred.
Superintendent Reynolds of tho set
tlement at Molokal tendered his resig
nation, to tako effect as soon ns th
Hoard could conveniently secure his
successor. Ho said. In presenting his
resignation. Hint tho complaints frnm
some of tho Inmates nt tho settlement
nml tho charges that had been made
against him had not Influenced him In
tho action. At tho request of Reynolds,
letters from Molokal containing
clmrges, were read. Ho was charged
Willi linvlng said that blight was on the
tarn In Molokal, nml with having re
commended "Whlto Itnso" Hour when
"Golden Gate" was knonn to be bet
ter. Ho was charged further with hav-
' Mil MMI! MM AIIINIis.
yiI4j, or TH DOLLARS.
raVu Mllurir butirwuu-. tur nn,
v,""! iluill HI L. ... tlriulr.l In.
v x y vrniiuitff Hie Kw. Ktuir.
ISZS lljriwiil.fiiiiliirl tu tlirru.
' turn!. iMftrt)i!,.Mlpl
TT"" orlutloti.tnriilibii. Iliiix
"-? Ill ult lnv.tlab!
"Raakl.iy. 1" rlrlno lull Inrnriiuitkili iih.IImI.IIiiiiiihII
fctflrfnrN'!ptCt'.KtuHiiiftiiilli!iailit. I Mllormlilre.,
MiQIUie Tlllil c,
....! nimi, US lUIUiCS,
ins said that rice was becoming a pup
tflnr substitute at the settlement for
bread and pol.
Superintendent Reynolds denied
theso charges seriatim, and said they
emanated from a dissatisfied one-tenth
whltli was Influenced by Ambrose
At The request of the president and
members of the Hoard, Mr. Reynold)
agreed to allow tho resignation to be
tabled until after tho Investigation
had been made by the House commit
tee. Tho Hlshop of Panopolls wrote a let
ter to the Hoard asking permission for
Rev. Father P. J. Julllotto to reside
permanently at the settlement In place
of Rev. Father Thomas, whom It Is
desired to have stationed nt another
district on Molokal. Tho request wa
Dr. Erwln, tho government physi
cian nt Lapahoehne. had on file nn ob
jection to the appointment of a fish In
spector at that place. The Hoard was
guided by It nnd made no appointment,
The merchants on Queen street nnd
lower Fort filed a vigorous remon
strance against the foul odors that
have emanated from the storm sewers.
In the construction of tho Queen street
storm drain, It seems that nn old sew
er was topped which carried restaurant
slops. This was ordered recmbodlcd
Dr. Raymond who had been on a tour
of Inspection down Kakaako way, mado
n report on unsanitary spots. The fol
lowing resolutions were passed relative
to tho matter.
"Resolved. That all that piece or
parcel of land situate in tho District
of Honolulu, Inland of Oahu, Ivlng on
tho Kwn sldo of tho street known as
Kcroseno Warehouse street, being the
second lot mnknl of Queen street,
owned or controlled by Mr. Knmakn,
Is Insnnltary. a source of filth nnd
cause of slekness, unfit for human
habitation, nnd n danger to tho public
"Resolved, That the said premises
must h forthwith vacated, until
such time ns they nre rendered fit
for human habitation without endan
gering the public health.
"Resolved. That tho City Sanltnry
Officer of tho Hoard be nnd he hereby
Is authorized, empowered nnd directed
to servo notice upon tho said Kamaka,
his sen nuts nnd ngents, nnd upon nny
and n.. persons having control of or
occupying snld premises to put tho
said premises In n condition fit for
humnn habitation, without endanger
ing tho public health, or to vacate the
same within forty-eight hours.
"Resolved, That upon failure to com
ply with said notice tho City Sanitary
Otneor of tho Hoard with such nsslst
nnco ns mny bo necessary Is hereby
authorized, empowered and directed
to cause said promises not put In con
union ir lor niirunn naimntlon as
nforosnld or not vncnted by those In
control or In occupancy thereof, to be
vacated, using only so much force as
may bo necessary for that purpose
nnd doing no Injury to any property
not required In tho enforcement of
Bar Association to
At a meeting of tho Hawaiian liar
Association yesterday afternoon, a
memorial was adopted to bo sent to
President McKinley through Delegnto
Wilcox, asking for a second Judge for
the First Judicial Circuit. It prays
for as early an appointment as tbo
President can make. The condition of
business In the courts, owing to the
long vacancy In the second Judgeship,
Is crowded to a hopeless degree. The
memorialists also ask that the salary
of the Circuit Judges be mado not less
than 14.000 per year. Any salary less
than this Is regarded by tbe members
of tho bar as too small to attract com
petent men to the bench.
D. L. Marx, I'. II. McClanahan and
Goorgo A. Davis wcro appointed a
committee to purchaso H. M. Mutt
Smith's oil painting of tho into Chief
Justice Judd to bo hung In tbe court
A. F. Judd, A. L. C. Atkinson and
Frank K. Thompson wcro elected mem
bers of the Uar Association.
Hotel Band Concert.
The band will play the following se
lections nt a concert on tho grounds of
tbo Hawaiian hotel 'this evening, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock:
Overture Light Cavalry (by re
Cornet Solo Lizzie Polka ...Hurtman
Mr. Charles Krcuter.
Selection Ucllsarlo Donizetti
Songs (by request)
(a) Kaplllua (b) Wlanucnue.
Miss J. Kclllaa.
(c) Aloha no Wau (d) Moanl kc
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection Tho Fortune Teller ....
Waltz Golden Shower ....Waldtoufel
Mazurka The Czarina (by request)
March The Creolo Queen Hall
The Stnr Spangled Hanuer.
I'very Day Affords Now Proofs of the
peculiar effects of PAIN-KILLKR. la
cases whero n dlbordered condition of
the stomach, liver and bowels Is com
bined with great debility, nervous
weakness, nnd Intense melancholy, Us
effects are most beneficial nnd wonder
ful. It should be kept by ctcry family.
Avoid substitutes, there Is but ono
I'uln-Klller, Perry Davis. Price 25c nnd
. i .
Flue Job Prlntlni at the Bulletin
Ifc w STOMACH
A Healtby Stomach
makes pure blood, vigorous nerves-a strong
bodv. Hostetter's Stnm.ich lllttr
strengthens weak stomachs. An occasional
nose will Keep the bow els active. Taken
regularly, It will cure Indigestion, consti
pation, dyspepsia, biliousness, Inactive
liver or Kidneys, malaria fever and ague.
It will cure you. See that a Prlvnte
Revenue Htninp covers the neck of the
It has no Jjostetter's
Will be received at the office of the Sup
erlntendant of Public Works till 12 o'clock
noon of FrIJay, Ma-ch 1st, for p'umblng
and sewer connection at the Police Station.
Plans and specifications at the office of
Asst. Supt. of Public Works.
The Supt. of Public Works does not
bind himself to accep the lowest or any
J. A. McCANDLESS,
Supt. Public Works.
February 251I1, 1901. i77Sat
Notice to Corporations.
The attention of officers of corporations
Is called to Section 2024 of the Civil Laws
of 1S97, relating to the Annual Returns of
corporations, and also to the notice pub
lished from this office under date of De
cember 5, toco, requiring that exhibits be
filed on or before January 31, 1001, and all
corporations who have not complied with
said notification are requested to give the
matter immediate attention, and tile the
Annual Statement required at this office.
THEO. F. LANSING,
Treasuier Territory of Hawaii.
February 2j, 1001. I774-U
IF YOU WANT
NEWS OF THE WEEK
in the Territory of Hawaii,
you will subscribe for the
During the SESSION OP THE
LEGISLATURE, complete re
ports will be published by
the EVENING BULLETIN.
The Honolulu .
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PAPER. REPRESENTS THE HEST
ELEMENT AMONG THE JAPANESE
Proprietor, Dr. T. Mltamura.
Editor Y. Klmura.
P. O. Hnx 842. Tel.. White t;z
THE HAWAII HERALD.
PUBLISHED IN HlLO.
Is a pretty
jood paper for
$2.50 per an
who use its o
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The Pioneer Japanese Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SHIMPO,',
th. only dally Japan.t. piper puHlahei
In Ui. Unitary ol Hawaii . . , . .
Y. SOGA. Editor.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor
tST Editorial and Printing Office, near
King bridge King street. P O Bnxcc.
THIS PAPER rs'VaU?:
tiling cncy, 6t anl o,, Mtrchanli Lxthant., San
Franeltco, California, wb.r.contracu lor alvtrtlilnt
can t. maJ. for It.
, THE PACIFIC MILL COMPANT
has succeeded to the planing mill business
of the Enterprise Mill Co., Ltd., Alakea
and Rlfll.1ftl4 .iri-t- nnH .en-z-tfnll., -aM.
cits the patrenage of all former customers
ui me lauer mm company.
I7i6tf W. H.G.ARNEMANN.
Stockholders are hereby notified that thi
Foufth Assessment of $ per cent or two and
one-half dollars per share on the Capital
S!CK,.0 THE INTER ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payabls
July 1st, at the office of the undersigned,
III Fort street. J.H.FISHER.
ctg. Treas. Inter Island Telegraph Co.
Honolulu, June t. loco. i;;o
Adjourned Annual Meeting.
The adjourned annual meeting of the
KAHUKU PLANTATION CO. wllfbe held
on Saturday, March 2, at to a. m., In the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce for
the purpose of amending the by-laws, etc.
W. R. CASTLE, JR.,
The regular annual meeting of the sto.k
holders cf the INTEIMSLAND STEAM
NAVIGATION CO., LTD., Will be helJ at
the office of the company, Queen street, on
Tuesday, March 12, 1001, at 10 o'clock
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. Feb. 2;. loor. 177-Hd.
At thr Annlllt rl4lnrr nt ttial cAMt 1.
ers of WALL NICHOLS CO., LTD., held
rcpruary 19111, 1001, me following orncers
were duly elected to serve for the ensuing
F. E. Nichols President
Jas. F. Morgan Vice-President
A. V. Gear Secretary
T. E. Wall Treasurer
T. F. Lansing Auditor
The ahnvp nffirr .rtnttftif tl,- tlir.t
A. V. GEAR.
Tenders lor Feed.
Sealed Tenders will be received at the
olice of the TLRRITORY STAIILLS CO..
ltd., until 12 o'clock noon, March 1st.
for supplying the Comoanv with fred for
three months from that date, as follows :
20 ton (more or less) feed oats, per ton.
20 ton fmore or less) wheat bar. Inrre
bale, per ton.
5 ton, (more or less) rolled barley, per
3 ton (more or less) coarse bran, per ton.
These requirements are for one month.
Large and U bales actual weight.
We do not blnj ourselves to accept the
lowest or any bid.
TERRITORY STABLES CO., LTD.
Estate of August Kraft, Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Notice la hrtty given by theunJnlgni iJtnln
1 1 tutor with tht will annxrj of the ab-ne namti
eitJtt. to the creJltort of an J all pertont hating
clalmi attain,, the aalJ citate. to rtrttnt their claini
tfulje au'hrnikaieJanJ Kith prof" voucher. If my
exltt, (even If the claim It wcurei by murtfage upon
real esta c) to him. el her at his retUence or place ol
bntlneii. or t P. U Weaver, his attorney at Hono
lulu, within U mrntru from the date of thin notice,
or triiy thill be forever barrel.
Honolulu, January it, icki,
W. L HOWARD,
iTTo4t'Fb tt.8 T.14 Aimlnlktntir
C. BREWER & CO.. Ltd.
Luau and Fair
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Kapiolani Maternity Home Annex
March IB. 1001.
To be held on the grounds of the
KAPIOLANI MATERNITY HOME.
Beginning at 12 o'clock, noon.
GENERAL ADMISSION it.oo.
CHILDREN UNDER 12, 50CLNTS
All kinds of Carriage Trimming
done cheaper than at any other
VINEYARD ST. NEAR RIVER ST.
Mrs, Annis Montague Turner,
Vocal Studio, " Mlgnon "
720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114. i627-tf
B. K. KAAI,
Teacher of ' ,itar, Mandolin, Zither
Ukulelej and Taro Patch.
Orders to be loft care of Wall, Nieholi
Q, a'ratrnm Mnff O.I '. me
M. PHILLIPS & 00..
Wholesale Importers and Jobburi
Inropean and American D7 ioa
to t and Qneen Btreeti.
a. HAOKPELD A 00., Lh
iENEral commission mm
'or. Fort and Queen Simla Ec-mlm
1 .fiidiifA) mlifaaaMWmlibfejte'.-JW .