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T., THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1001, ' l
TMs Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
am not out to rob the public
but simply to tarn a living In
a Itjlllmate way. My motto
I) "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing buslnew to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3$7l, where I have In stock the
lolterIng goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nlikle plated trimmings;
al wood, zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style".
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
rmd rairble ulfn nlckle plated
W0i Tray, en
Sk.p Slnty, enameled Iron. .
Ho! Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe1, Faucets and Trim
na'rp, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
.MSilnjt Promptly attended to.
Viric aiid Materials Guaran-
lint Trade Is Solicited.
fe lifltt, Jr., Swritar "Plumber,
75 and 79 King St re
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
WTT ii time to get leak
brobgn seen to, and you
Hoofs Put In Ortit
By oounwlent wor'np
SHEET METAL WORKS
V. W. BARTH.
CalMclad'tron Skylights and Ventilator
Ceislucfor Pip and Gutter Work.
SttarA fr, IH. Quten an j Merchant Honolulu.
JdJbh it proaptly atlMdtd to.
Tel. TrTfilft) t P. O. Box 270.
Mix to Property Owners.
tatt In my employ FOUR FIRST
OASS I-LUMBERS from the Coast. I am
n taSy to figure on your work at the
Wwtst price? My men are Union Men.
Ghn-ne a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
ftrritCTrSraolH. King St
It iDd line 'Deafen.
laroaiaaa, and Wholiuii
f ii8 and Lipr Dealers
) Itf BY. BoWd Ralalw Bw cl IMttl.
No. 19 Nouand frroxsT
Amm Mm. Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiuiids
r O. Boil it. Matal Tolpoo lot.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
fornw Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
TIE WEW DEPOT SALOON
OPENS MONDAY NIGHT
BOMB 1 Will handle the new
WDUBTRY Honolulu-made Beer only
A COOL, WHOLESOME DRINK.
ftyan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular ENCORE
BALOON, NUUANU AND HOTEL STS.
Vtere the Beer is on Draught To-day
So Beer to Burn,
But Beer to Beat the Band
lARGE INVOICE OF.
W DRAUGHT AND BOTTLE
11 has'nt come to stay ; it's goln?
last, but there's more com
Ing every month.
L 1. BEE. Prep.
Mnnuluctured from Pure
blu tilled Water
Delivered free to any part ot
city by courteous drivers.
Mi Ice and Electric Co.
cl. BLUE 3151
30FFMAN & MARKHAM.
.(irwnrKPuyslclanb nd Dentists
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
omci, maii, jSs
White, .85 i.
IIOUNS-ii a to i. p.:
lT9 p. i to p, M.
P. O noxfc-t
OR. W. H MAYS
881 Bcretnnla Street,
HOURS-JO to 3 SUNDAY -9 to it
7 to 8 Telephone dot
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS l?-!
TEL. Main u6
1K. C. A. PETERSON
is rt-opti ed his office at . . .
a6 Emma Street
f 0-1 1 A.M.)
')UKSM 2-4 P.At TELEPHONE. 4
T 8 P.M. J
T WALTER HOFFMANN
DKRETANIA STRF.KT (opposite the
Telephone 610. P. O. Box, C01.
Office hours: 8 to .'0 a. m.; 1 to I
m.;T to 8 p. ra.;Sunfaya, 8 to 11 a. m
a7r. rowat, d. v. s."
Dp. F. ?. Royner,
Crown ami Bridge
204 BoHton Block.
DR. ALBERT E. N1CI10L6
1 1 J) Alakea Street, next to Masonic
Iffice Hours 9 to 4
UC. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL. D. D. S.,
Iore Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W. G. Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment "for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.CA.
HOURS-q to 2-a to 4:10-7 to 8.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BIDO. rOIIT STSEET
OVER MAY A CO.
J. T. DE DOLT HAS REMOVED HIS
law offices to room 602, top (0th) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
PtTMSON J. A. MATTHEWMAN
Peterson & Matthewraan,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
i. O. Box ij is KAAHUMANU ST
rtupHoin. Main its
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICE-Bethel St., near the Post Office.
a New Lot of . . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
Royal Hawaiian Hotel
have cliingej hands n4 will be con- '
J .d.J on antlHptlC riant, i i .
Antiseptic Treatment o Instruments
NEW Mil Mm
HONOLULU MAILS WILL BE
FUMIGATED ON MAINLAND
Board of Health Cosiders Nuisances
and Figures on How to
At the regular meeting of the Board
nf ttontth vptrri1nv nftnrnnnn tho
principal topics of discussion were tho
suppression of nuisances and the scan-l""
nlng of the salary roll to see whoso
wages could best be cut to make tho
legislative appropriation go around,
The appropriations asked for the Mo-
lokal settlement amounted to $02,400.
Tho Legislature granted fGO.720, mnk-
Ing It necessary to cut out .about $90
per month to keep within tho lines.
The list of officers was read from su -
pcrlntcndent down to keeper of the key
to the taro patch gate, but none of Francisco, had been granted by tho .Ma
them seemed to be overpaid, so tho ' rlne Hospital Bureau. On motion of
salaries were left as In the past. A J Attorney acnernl Dole, Dr. Cofer was
snvlng will bo mnde somehow some-. tendered a vote of thanks for his as
where later on. s'.stnnco In this, and his valued co-
The management of tho Insane Asy. orcratlon In all quarantine matters,
lum was settled, after considerable tall: The application of two nymbers of
i. ). W(ih., n. ii r Mni.tri. tho Church of Latter Day Saints to
lesldcnt medlcnl superintendent. He
will draw a salary of $lfi.' per month.
Mr, Klplcy, the present superintendent
will bi- retnlntd at a salary of $110
per month, as assistant. This arrange
ment Is made prsfdblc by dropping ono
I guard and tho matron and the care
; ti licr of tho taro patch. The new an-
peilntemlent hasbeen in Honolulu but
n few months. He grniluutcd from Rush for free trade between the United
Medlcnl College In 1S31 and has had States and Poito Rico after July 23th
extensive hospital experience at next. f Promptly upon Mr. Allen's ar
Omnhn. He has tho highest recom- rival In this country n pioclamntlon
mendatlons both from pcoplo here and , was framed to give eff set to this resu-
on the .Malnlnml. lie win assume uls
new duties August 1.
W. II. Thrum, Mrs. Grau and Mrs.
Phillips were nt tho meeting to regis
ter a decisive kick against the unsani
tary condition of the Hawaiian Soda
Water factory located on Emma Street.
Sanitary Officer Tracy reported that
mnoi ,hn .hin... ,.nvmi,in.! t ,..,
.uuuv v. ... i...nn U..M...vu w ,,VIW(,. , , . .. .
being remedied today.
Illils for furnishing taro to the settle
ment from August 1, to December 31
1001, were sent In by Solomon Kaallhl- The Bulletin. 75 cents per month.
India's Population Fast
Reducing From the Plague
A special cablo to the New York Sun
from London says: I
Letters written from Simla recently'
show that matters have been even
worse than former census figures Indl-
catcd, and that, though tho famine Is
now nearly at an end, tho plague Is al-
most as bad as ever.
The following passages rovcal a state
of affairs which surprises persons who
have thought for some time that all
was well again.
Tho lceroy, toward tho end of last
year, estimated that tho total mortality
through tho famine of 1899-1900 would
amount to about 750,000. It Is almost
'crtaln that this computation will
prove fnr too low. Many experts are
of the opinion that at least doublo that
number died, directly or Indirectly,
Tho census figures for Marwar nlono Ocn. Rurnett and tho military authorl
are significant enough. Hero we find a ties, tho cases In tho cantonment only
decreaso of 000,000 souls. It Is not un- numbered 210, with 143 deaths, out of a
likely that the northern portions of population of upward of 30,000. Tho
Uombay may show n decreaso of a native soldiers, who mix freely In the
round million, most of which must Ul bazaars, wcie Inoculaated. Only ono
directly duo to tho terribly severe case occurred among them, and that
jniuiiiu ui mm year, in mo ccnuai
p. vinces, tne majority of the dlstrlc'.s
so far show heavy decreases. Thus
juuuuipore uisinci is tw.uuu to me lua,
Narslngpur 53,000, Seonl 44,000, and
During tho last ten years the central
provinces have bad at least live years
of cither acute scarcity or downright
famine, and a decreaso In the mini
populations was, therefore, to somo
exjent Inevitable. In tho northwi-st
provinces, which have been moro fa-
vorcd In the matter of good seasons,
things aro somewhat better; but ocn
here tho tendency Is, on tho whole, to-
ward a decrease. Mlrznimr district ,
shons a decrease of 7S.000, Ghazlpur
ono of 110,000, Benares 38,000, Benare.i
City 10.000 and so on. The Important
town and provincial capital of Allaha-
bad shows an Increase of only 330 per-
bons In ten years. Klbewheio In India
wo find Bangalore, one of tbu principal
cantonments in the south, exhibiting
u uvcrvuBB ui no jess n.iin -a per cent,
ns compared with 1891. In this cobu
plaguo is held to account for tho dollcl
Perhaps at no time ilnce Its first up
peumiKo in Bombay, In tho autumn of
1890, hns tho plague been more serious
In Indln than at tho picsent moment,
If one hears less about It this sh simply
because everybody hns got so used to
its continued presence, which Is taken
very much as a mutter of course. In
Bombay city tho peoplo have grown
absolutely callous. There Is no longer
a scuro, no longer a precipitate (light
10 me country uistncis. ino uiseuso
has established Its right to a uerma-.
nent residence In the Western capital,
and this right has been tacitly con-
ceded by tho Inhabitants. Nothing
could bo more marked than the post-
tlve Indltlcrenco of the natives ot tumult and bloodshed. The dlslnfiec
Bombay to tho ravages of the pestl- Hon of houses Is regarded as wholesale
lence. Tho lower orders, profiting uy defilement: the segregation of tho sick
tho policy of lalssez falre, which tho ns a possible preliminary to their mur
authorities, for political motives, felt dcr,
compelled to adopt last year, havo a Sir Anthony McDonnell, tho Lleuten.
ceased either to take the most clo- nnt-Goprnor, has JuBt visited tho
mentary precautions themselves or to place, and hns spoken to the peoplo on
allow other people to do this for them, tho necessity of ndoptlng such precau
Tho more enlightened nutlvo .citizens tlong as tho vacation of houses, dlsln
not only mnko no nttempt to combat fectlon and inoculation. After him
tho Ignorant prejudices nnd bigoted thero got up n retired Judgp, an Intel,
opinions of their humbler fellows, but Hrert grtlrmai, well acquainted with
positively encourago them In their
passive resistance to tho simplest sani
Yet In Poona cantonment, not much
moie than a hundred miles away, ex
cellent rcsultB havo been obtained by
ndoptlng precautions. Last year, when
another outbreak seemed Imminent,
the military authorities did what they
kawab of Kalawa. No action'was tak
Tho members of tho Hoard were In
clined to liellove the following letter
from tho Wilder Ste,nmslllp Company,
was Inspired by the fact that tho Legis
lature voted money for n Hoard of
Health boat. The letter reads!
It Is the unvnrtnblo rule of this
rompany to charge each for passage.
An exception hits been made In fawir
of the government as piymcnl of'pas
rago orders have always been met
promptly heretofore. Now that same
are paid by warrants we cannot accept
these orders hereafter end all fares will
be cash excepting on lepers from Ho
nolulu to the settlement.
Wc are paying out largo amounts to
tho government for wharfage, etc.,
pnd If passage orders will bo accepted
by the government In lieu of cash wc
nro nultc willing to .-ontlniie to'accept
ns h?.7;tof"f' . ..
WILDER STEAMSHIP CO.
Sanitary Officer Tracy reported on
tho drainage system In use ut the Vic-
torla Hospital. The Hoard ordered
' that the hospital connect with the
sower at once.
A letter from Dr. S. E. Cofer, tho
' quarantine officer, Informed the Hoard
'that the request that all malls directed
to Honolulu be disinfected In San
visit tho settlement was refused.
PIJEU TRADU FOR'lORTO RICO
Washington, July 1C Secrttsry Hay
has received by mall nti official report
from Governor Allen of Porto Rico,
Inclosing the rcsolutlrns adopted by
the Porto Rlcan Legislature providing
The ever poptitar Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you tiave a glrss bt Seattle," li more
' often heard than anything else. Th.
Criterion Saloon haa t)ie beer on Up r
could to encourage tho people to sub
mit to Inoculation. In a few months
upward of 14,000 persons, out of a pop
ulation of some 35,000, had undergone
tho operation. The results were almost
Immediately apparent, and triumphant
ly vindicate the merits of tho plague
prophylactic. In Poona city, which
adjoins tho cantonment, plague was
raging furiously. There the accepted
policy of the day. a policy forced on
Lord Curzon by tho blind fnnataclsm of
1 the people of India, held full swuy. In
n short time, there were upward of 5,-
000 plague Var.s, with 4,311 deaths out
of a population of not 'much more than
100,000. Tho cantonment, as stated, ad
Joins the city. Communication be
tween the two Is ns Incessant as be
tween Fleet street and tho Strand; yet.
thanks in tim nrmmiinng ndrni.i i.v
proved mild, the patient recovering.
Calcutta has never shaken off the
plague, but somehow o: other It does
not seem n very favorable placo for tho
spread of the epidemic. Elsewhere In
Bengal, however, the outlook Is moro
disquieting, l'atnn, Monghyr, Gya and
other towns and districts aro now abso-
utcly In tho grip of tho pestilence. The
mortality in theso places has for weeks
past been of an alarming character,
The plague Is spreading. From Patna
It has crossed tho Ganges Into the
planting districts of llchar. Thenco It
has gone to Bnllla, n somewhat fanatic-
nl place In tho northwest provinces,
Pram n.illln iim ninum, hn. ioti
spread to Benares. It could hardly have
taken a moro fateful course. Bonares
Is tho snered city of the Hindoos.
Thither Hock, from every part of India,
hbmlreds of ilioiiminfls nf ilovnin
both sexes and of every ago, eager to
worshln at tho snered shrines nnrt
l-uthe In tho holy flanges. Thus frbm
uennres Infection Is carried to ovcry
poitlon, however remote, of India. An
outbreak of plague In such a center is,
therefore, ono of the most serious
ealamatles which has so fnr occurred
In the history of that pestllenco In
India. It Is rendered moro serious by
tho character of the population. All
that Is most bigoted, most fanatical,
opposed to British rulo and the sprend
of Western sclenco nnd civilization is
concentrated at Benares. Thero are to
bo found In hundreds the fakirs, Jorgls,
snnysls and other mendicants, nnd us-
cetlcs, the majority of whom are the
inner enemies of our rule In India,
There the llamo nf rnllirlmiu rwvm-
burns at Its brightest. To attempt In
such a place to check the pestilence by
ordinary nnd common-sense measures
of sanitation would mean an Immediate
tip. pi lib Meet of tho peoplo. llo do
claol tt . they would novo neither
ho if.o vn .Hon nor Inoculation, though
tb i fi'illgl.tencd amongst them
might perhaps nllow disinfection, With
prejudices such ns theso to contend
,wlth, It may bo Imagined how great aro
tho difficulties of the local authorities
,In dealing with the plague.
jLACOt!rkkCkM-. Wfc, IKV
IfenS Sprocketed u
Nun rrancitco AgenU Tit Nli'v.
NATlOHAf. BAKU or 8A FltAKOIJKI
tAM Framoisoo -The Nevada Natlot
Bank of San Francisco.
f,otno; The Union Bank of Londi
Ikw York American Exchange c
CHIOAoo Merchants Natlontl Ban)
Pams Credit Lyonaals.
Hktilw IJrcsdnsr Bank.
Honkono and YOKOHAMA Honk rn
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nt!W 7.KALAND AND ACBinAXJA Bfc
if Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vamcouvmb Banl
British North America.
rusact i Beneral Mm ui Eictmi buim
DcpoUto ReceUed. Loam ratde on Av
roved Secnrltr. OomuereUl and Traveler'
Jradlts Issued. Bill of Srcbsnge bong
!ot.r.aoTioiis Pkomptt.t Aoonwrrip
Transact n General Banking
mid Kxcliiuigc DiHincM.
Commercial ntil Travelers'
Letters of Credit L-ntcd, available
in all tho priiicijul cities of tlie
Interest allowed after July 1,
1SHS, on fixed deposits 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (phi, form will
not hear intcrost utile1 it remains
undisturbed for one month), 3
months 3 per cent.. ? months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building an
VUSETB, DIC. 11. HII, HJ,tTl..
Hone loaned on approvtd acearlt
A Savings Dtnk (cr monthly deposit
Houses built on the monthly lusts,'
Twentieth Bert of Stock la
OFFICERS T. r. Lansing, Pm1
lent; S. D. Rose, Vice President; O. T
Tray, Treasurer; A. V. Oear, Becrstan
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, a. I
Hose. A. V. Oear, A. W. Keech, Ilau
italth, J. L. McLean, J, D. Holt, a '
Jray, W. L. Howard.
A- V. OKA
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Offlre Hours: 12:0 1:10 p. m
Having Deposits will Y
received and Intorsff allowed by thi
Bank at four and ons-hal par oeni
per annum, ,
Printed coplos of the Rniea and Ref
ulatlons may be obtained on appllcstloi
Office at bank building on Msrchai
(p VokjohBrna Specie Bio
Paid Up Capital
V.A I. MA M.
H..1 OftiM ViKihaaia.
The Bank buys aaj receive tor eol
lection Bills of Extfunie. Issue Draft,
and Letters of Ctvdtt. and transact
general banking business.
Oi Find Dapo.lt lac i. axttt. a M m p. ,
Ob Fli.d D.po.lt lo, 0 xo, jH '
Ob Fliai Dapotlt lot j a ,
Blanch ot th. Yokihisa Sp.cl. Bank,
'ft RCDHtollt BOllulM. lllllllSUOlO'
HART & CO.,
HIE ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Fresh Invoices of HuYLERS
CHOCOLATES per the
314 FORT 8T
Has the Bst Assortment nf
PACIFIC ISLAND CURIOS
in the Clfr.
FRPSII HOME-MALE POI ON TUES
DAYS ANO FRIDAYS.
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM 400. BQSTOiV LOOK.
TEL. MAIN H.
Mrs. H. H. Williams
Art Embroidery anl Stamping.
Full line of Art Materials : : ;
Art Embroldeiy'Taujht : : :
Love Hullillnt. Fort Street
Kino .Tol) l'riutiri"; at tlte Bul
AWi roliers w u
ALEXANDER & BALDWINS
H, P. BALDWIN President
J. 11. CASTLE 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER. ...2nd Vice Pres
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secty. and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS FOR '
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company, f
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
The Califofila md Orieatal S. 3. a,
W.G. Irwin &6g.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Hal d win Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. S. A.
Newell, Universal Mill Co. (National
Carle Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt Co.'s Chcmlwl Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Tapers; Lticol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water point), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & (MB.
AGENTS TOR i
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis. Mo.
The Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F, Blake Steam Pumps,
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and FIRE
Hbw England Mutual Life In
surance GO. CF BObTON.
tna Fire Insurance Cohpant
tVm. G. Irwin & Ct
Wm. O. Irwin., President and Manager
Qlaus Spreckels Vice President
W. H. IQffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and' Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THF
i-UIANIO STEAMSHIP UOMPurt
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
BREWER m.t liVb.
Queen Street, Honolulu. T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., American
Sugar Co.. (Joknla Snimr Plnnl C.n.
Onomea Suira. 2o.. ffnnnmu Sm... Cn
Walluku Sugar Co., Mnkea Sugar Co.!
llaieakala Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Planters' Line of Sap Francisco,
Packet; Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke. President: Clenrtr
Robertson. Manaeer: R F. ninhnn
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Alien, Auauor; v. u. Jones, H. wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Director.
TiiBVon Hamm-YoncE Co. Ltd
QUEEN 8T., HONQLULI .
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Dalolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Subscribers td tho iBULLETTN
not receiving thtir papers promptly
will confer a favor bv nntifvinw
Bmineae Office; TJipkcno 26.
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