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wK" rubllihe.l icry Day Except Sundnr, HLnLlll Ul 1 Llilll 1 Uil I
SD at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
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SATURDAY.... Sni'TEMIIEll 2!, 1801.
The rfnewptl attacks of Thuriston't
-organ of spun on Judge Humphrey!
teatl like a Lorrln Andrew i affidavit.
Of all tlio holldayn on th Hawaiian
lift lipgntU Day holds a unique and
appropriate position. Other cities
have thlr day ilovutnl to boat race,
yacht race and v.vrloim fornif of c
quatlc sport but feu If any center
their effort with such good effect for
the pleasure of tha general public and
for the ndvanien.ent of rihhI clean
Our Rtgntta Dny program Is fram
rd to give opportunity and cnjtivnicnt
4r ell nlnat.AM fltnl i ftiwtltlnfit WjttfT.
front boatmen, boa. club memb-rs and i
the h.-avr financiers who ran afford '
in 1. ..iif nf vnr.riu liln ifi-rof I.t In '
IUI IIIAIII J J l. HIP Jt'lll U'H' tllVt
n tplrlt that makes for good fallow
ship, health and h;iilnss 11 set
Unit apart one day for tontM a eon
tlnuou". Interest Is lentered In forms
nf exercise particularly conducive to
the upbuilding of the all round man
In our cllmute that tend to tropical
languor. It aiuum the obler heads
lind ("tlr? the young men to more active
participation In healthful recreation.
Tinnl,,vr IkVin unnn.l Ihlf- limiru nf
leisure' In ke-nln tl.emi.ehe. In nliv.l
slcal trim for athletic conti-sts are
ru-ki linn iui iiwiit'tii uiii.-i-io Mi- i
making tu- best possible us- of their
Me Interest In athletic I In better , ' " WKhP- K'nlla and liana
ph)slcal condition, letter splrlu andl1' Kaual.-Oeenral conditions good,
the usual humdrum of bu.lneM life Is1" f"eT- Cholera morbus unusually
less a bunlen. l prevalent. No Influenza. Hecnmnicudg
I' 'attention to water closets nnd pig pen
In the neighborhood ot stagnant wa
ter or slow mining streams. The
. , . , elrnrlnir nut of the debris nnd thus In-
Ttiurrti.il U in K,d.Hr strait, than , rrFnB ,hc curr(.m of ni. of tlll.i0
"lp"?.L"ut:i rJLT'.'i.lHIiitc.l streams has s.cmed to check
'-Wr&U,-U l.r U4IO ..l lltl.in-,. Ul.l. ,11V
Dole administration in tne, bottom of
the pit. He seems to lie digging the pit
deeper that the burial ma lie iom
pl'te. Witness the publication In this
morning's organ of a dlspatoh nearly
tuo jears old dealing with the pur
IKrtod record of Humphreys' record In
The Tucson, Ariz. dNpateh published
this morning was published by the San
J'ranclsco Call previous to Judge Hum
phreys' appointment to the Ixneh. The
W. F. Cooper mentioned U an old
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"T"i:'"i ' .., " . . J ,,. '"?: ::
uravr. When he heard of Humphrejs
candidacy he dragged the mire of ma
llclou spite for nil the muck he could
gather and thin was presented to the
Federal authorities. Hut It failed to
tonvlnce the President or the Attorney
General then; failed an completely nnd
ignomlnlously iia Thurston's equally
malicious attack of the present day.
Cooper mid Humphre.v was n Mar and
a criminal; Tburatnn says Humphreys
Is a liar and a criminal. Thurston and
Cooper are two of a kind, but the facts
of Humphrej' Integrity nr so far
from their ability to fciircessfully as
sail that these two men one from
Arizona the otner fiom Hawaii occupy
much the same position In the public
mind as two snarl) curs baying at tlie
moon. Tbey can't accomplish any
thing except to furnish -rgets for tin
boot Jackh of self-respecting citizens.
Thoy simply howl. That sail.
Thurston's continued story on Hum
phreys still evades th( pith ot the
whole affair; the real milk In the co
coanut. It Is meiely a repetition of
' the old yarn that Humphrejs Is a liar,
a continuation ot the same old mall
flous mNrcpresentatlon, the same
struggle to cover the Ignominious de
feat The people know full well what
Thurston Is trying to do and they
laugh at bis impotent wrau.
. Thurston has searched the dictionary
for names to tall Humphreys. Ho
hasn't found an thing that suits him.
He hasn't found n fact or suggestion
of a fact competent to tonvlnce the
public or the Department of Justice
that IfumphrejH is other than nn
honest man and nn honest Judge. Every
chnrge. he nun bioiiR., every affidavit
he has secured from his willing assas
sins of character ha been promptly,
easily In f.ict, punctured by no greater
effort thau a calm statement of tho
facts in thu case.
What the public would be really In
terested In at this time Is un explana
tion from Thurston of wbero he ex
perts the Dole-Thurston ring to get
off wlun this scrimmage Is ended.
A. R.CAMP HIRE.
The mi in herb of the local post of tho
fi. A, It. have decided to have their
tegular annual ramp fire at tho homo
of Mrs. J. N. Wright, Independence
park. It was one of the last requests
of Comrade John Wright that tho an
nual gatherings bo held at his late
home. J. T, Copeland, It. J. Greene,
W. I Eaton, 5. Dletz nnd Prof. Cook-)
will have charge of all the arrange
ments. Judge Kstee and other promi
nent men will be. asked to speak.
Movch fop Money.
A motion presented by flco, A. Davis
attorney fur John II, Cummngs, l
pending In the Circuit Court for nn
order to Cecil Hrown, administrator ol
the estate of W, H. Cuminlngs, tie
coased, to pay tho said t'limmlngg, or
his attorney ?r00, or one-ninth of tin
cash on bund, nlso to appear and be
examined under oath as to tlin fundi
he may have payable to John II. Cum
tolngs. ii ,
The Bulletin, 76 cent pr month.
SUMMARY REPORTS OF
Sanitary Conditions Generally Good
and Not Much Prevalent
Dr. J. 8. It. Pratt, the rxeeiitlve nfll
cer of the Hoard of Health, ban tabu
lated the reports of government phyl
clans for Augti't and hung the form
up In the Health office for ready refer
nce. This plan w 111 bo continued
each month In connection with the
regulation for the xuldancc of th'i
phvulclan adopted by the Hoard of
There Ik to be found In the following
unininrj of the August loports much
Interesting matter n lathe to the
health and xanltary condition existing
throughout t.'e Territory!
II. r Sainton. WnlmiM. Knual. Uen
ral litnllli for the month lias eon
llnueit I'Meptlounll) lire. No fever.
No dlrcane tinnmially prevalent. Three
or four mites of iponiille dysentery ox
n lather mini tpc. No lrcommenda-
j 'on t make for the Imp mement of
""' """ "" ' '""" tnuiuuus m
dlMrltt. lloute visits 7 and ofllre
20. Medical eas's I", surgical 3, pre
scriptions filled ::., health leitlllcatex
grunted .".. Tulit'i miosis not Increasing.
E. S. (looilhne. Koloit and Mime. Ka
uai. Sanitary ttmdltliins all good.
(Hiieral health tunilltloiiK unusually
good. Tjphnld fever, 1.". tases. Kol
lli'iilnr tonsillitis 7 cane and gonor
rheal ophthalmia, diseases unusually
prevalent. Influenza H, dysentery (
rases. No recommendation to make.
"mlM? vlHlt" ,0- om', '" Prwrlptlona
siicfessful vneclnntltins t nnd un-
f",'.cc"l,f"1 ' Nn inr" '" tubercu-
materially the progress of typhoid on
the Kealla plantation. House Units
1 1, oBlce .17, medical cases 19, surgical
2, prescriptions 17, health lertlllcates
granted 2. TuburculoiU not IncreaH
Inc. C. A. Peterson, acting Inside city
phjslcian. Honolulu. Ofllie Ultn :.9,
me.ll.ai cases 17i, surgical 4.1. piewrlp
A. N. Sinclair, outside city ploslclnn
Honolulu. House visits m
C. A. Dat, Evmi, Oahu. Sanitary
Hlid health conditions good comlderlng
ie timeorjenr. .o fever nor unusu-
"" P-vlont diseases and no lnfl,.eC-
zn. No recommendations. House
visits iS, office 10, medical cases X, stir
glcal 2, prescriptions 2.'., health certi
ficate granted 1, Tuberculosis not In
creasing. K. Hoffman, acting. Wnlnnne. Oalui.
District very healthy. Surgical cases
prevalent. No deaths In August.
Neither fevtr. Influenza nor unusually
prevalent disease. No m-ommenda-tlons.
House visit 6, ofllce 3S, medi
cal cases , surgical 11, prescriptions
14, No Increase of tuberculosis.
Unbelt Wood, Walalua, Oahu. Sani
tary and health mndltlon good. Two
mild canes typhoid, one of lemlttent
mnlaila. No pievalent disease. In
fluenza ;i and dysentery 4 cases. Iln..
minuends water for Jail ami school
nids. Iliiii-iti vlsltr. JR. medical cubes
li, uuigluil 11, prescriptions :i. post
moitems i. Tuberculosis Increasing,
II, I.. Inslow, Koolnuloa, Oahu
Ciimlltlona good. Tvphotd fevtr 3
inuiu' lnl...Hillt... ...... ,,.... m . .
k.e,0, itt-iiii,,i'i,i nun ifiiii.iciii ievcr
10. No disease pievalent. Inlluenza
12 and dvsentcry 3 cases. No recom
mendations. Douce visits 20, ofllce 31,
medical uises 40, surgical 3, prescrip
tions 2.". Tuberculosis not Increasing.
A. Mourlt7, Leeward Moloknl. Con
ditions good. Typhoid 1 case, malarial
3 cases, gnstrlc and simple fever I
cases. No prevalent dlsinse nor In
flumzu. No Immediate suggestions.
House visits 6.1, ofllie l,medlcnl inseii
90, surgical 4, prescriptions 110. Til
berculosls not Inert using.
C. Davison, Lnhalnn, .Maul. Condi
tions good. Simple eiintluueil fever 7
cases, all trivial, lasting four or Ihe
days. No dl.vase prevalent nor In
fluenza. Cannot think of any leiom
liiendadnus. Since the bubonic plague
scare the town has been kept In good
military iiiiulltlou. At that time many
nouses were condemmd and now
houses built on theli sites. House
visits 19, olllie. 59, medical cases 2S,
surgical 8, piescilptloiiB C", health cor
tlfluitcK lo teachers ii. No Increase of
.1. Weddlck, Wallukii, Muni. (lent nil
health good, sanitary londltloutt below
par. No fever nor pievalent iJUease.
Djsenterj I (use with lecovery. Sunt
taiy Insptitor ubbolutely uccctsary.
Kahiilul will soon he In u wtn-sit ctm
(lltliin than the former town. Cli
nt se and Japanese .puller In Wal
lukii reipilrv supervision. linuso
Visits ::, ofllce 20, inedUnl cases 2J,
precrlpt!ons 23. I'ost morlem J, Tu
lierculosls not Increasing.
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFFICE LANE.
H. II. Dlnegir, Klhel and Kiila. Maul
Conditions vtry fair. Mularlal fev
12 cases and unusually prcvulent. Dy
scntery 12 casi's. No recoinmcnda-'
Hon. IIoiie visits 47. ofllie 61, medi
cal iaCA 39, surgical t, prescriptions
50 suciestful v (urinations 7. I'ost I
mortem 1. Tuberculosis not Increas
ing. W. K MiConkey, Makawno. Inul. -j
1'nlr tondltloii. I'lieumonln frver o
rases, suspected malarial fever ubout 9
ru-es. Have- had rather an umuttnt
number of case of amoebic dysentery.
Dvsentciy 20 cnr. No recommenda
tions. -House v Islt 10, ofllce S, medlc-lt I
casts Id, siirdrnl 2, prescription 35,
critlftiate to teacher 8. I'ost inor-i
lenis 2. No Ineiease nf tuberculosis'. I
II. .1. Mctlelllg'in, llann, .Maul. The'
sanitary nnd health conditions nre I
poor, due I think to unusual dry weath
er, climatic conditions nnd failure of.
the faro i nip whlili leifves the Iluwu-J
Huns without their customary food, I
nnd after they have substituted other'
Articles of dirt their systems are in
Mich n weakened condition n to pre-1
rent a favorable soil for the lodgment,
nnd development of any germ which I
may bo about. Malarial fever of ic-,
mtttrnt tjpes in cases, t'nusunlly pit
valeiit, d.vsentery, diarrhoea nnd bron
chitis In Infants. Dj scntery, 20 cases.
Hf-commends: 1 Warnings to thei
general public along lines rectptly1
adopted by the Hoard of Health In re
gard to the conimuntcablllty of the dlf
feient toiilnglous diseases tnmmoii It)
I the countiy. 2 Tructs or small
pamphlets In the Hawaiian language In
simple terms, liiipiesslug on them the
fact Hunt cleanliness nnd a well nom
Ishe.l body (ktpt so by avoiding it
cesses In alcohol, etc.) distinctly ills
couingrs the uverage germ or bnclllus,
r. Some menus of Interesting the ml-1
tive Hawaiian women In learning!
somi thing nasonable In rtgard to in-'
fan! feeding and rare. House visits 37, (
ofllce s5, iiiedlial tasts 0.1, surgical 10,
Drescrlitlniise I'.'S, health certificates 2, '
I'ost niortems 2. Tuberculosis Increas
ing. H. I). Ilond. Noilh Kohala. Haw-all.
Conditions gwid. No fever, prevalent
disease. Inlliienr-i. tljseiiter nor re
commendations. House visits li. office
4ft. medical casts 39, surgical 4. prc-
rlptl.ins 17. Tubeiriiloili) not In
.1. Molony. North Kona, Hawaii. '
Conditions gtKid. No fever. Influenza,
djsentery nor pievalent dlseac. Ko-
li a Is an unusually healthy district, en I
tlrely free from feier or djsfntcry of'
nnj sort. Along the several beaches I,
find n few easts of tiibercultetls, many
of tin in the result of hen .111). I know
nf iinthlng I inn suggest, for tbn ills-'
trl.t Is seatttii.l anil elluuilt condi
tions of the best. Utilise visits 37,1
office ll. niediiiil 23, surgical II. pre-1
strlptloiiH 72. health certificates 12. No'
Increase of tiiluiciilosls, j
I soutu lMinn. ai.n ur. Molony. ,
House visit 21. ofllie 40, medical iasoj
22, surgical G, prcsirlptlon CO. health!
rertlllintes 12. Other replies the Sams'
n for Ntuth Koua.
Archer I r win, North 1 1 Do. Hawaii. I
Sanitary condition good. Dry weather
not accompanied l.y fewis us wc have
had befoie. The appcarante. of the
I'ortu Klcans has Inert asej ilic death
rate, but the decent food and treatment
the) iccclve from the pliint.lt Ions is
making n marked Improvement In their
general condition. Kcmlftent fever
nnd ii eases mild t)phold. Scarlet fe
ver ,1 cases nlrtndy reported and nuar
antlno lifted. No other sickness. Houm
visits 15, office 20, medical rase 20,
prescription 73, health certificate 1,
No Increase of tuberculosis.
Tt. II. Held. Hllo, Hawaii. Condi
tions fair. Malarial fever 2 cases. Dy-
scntfi') prevalent with 10 cases. Hous
visits 2S, office tl, medical cases 21,
Mughal 8. prescriptions 34, health
certificates 2. Tuberculosis not In
C. It. Illalce, Clan. Hawaii. -Scailet
fever at Eleven Miles, otherwise tho
geneial health go.l. tlood recovery ot
scarht fever In child Haven )ears old,
pioper sanitary and qv'irantlne meal,
ures emplo)ed In enso. l))sentt"-y -J
cakes cuied. 1 would lecommeul ii
geneinl i ('novation or cleaning- up of
the Japani sit stores and lodging houses
Situated at Nine and Eeleven Mill a,
olcnno road, under the police au
thority of the district. House visits 1,
ofllce 10. medical cases 5. sm glcal 3,
prescriptions 12, successful vaccina'
tlon I. No cases of tuberculosis.
J. Holland, 1'iiiia, Hawaii.-flood
conditions. D).entery prevalent with
2.1 cases. Influenza 2 eases. No fever.
House visits 3,1, unite. 10. medical
tasts Hi, surgical 2, prescriptions 2k
iiusiiiiesbful vuct lnations 3. No Is
CI ease of tllbeiculnsls.
L. S. Ihnmpson, Knit. Hawaii.
Condition gootl. No fi-vor. Anneinlii
pievalent among the I'artti titans and
a tough itseinlillng pertusls but not a
true type. D,vsentt-r) 8 lases mostly
among I'orto Hlciuis. llous visits 30.
office 42, medical cases 31, surgical 10,
prescriptions .11, suctessful vaccina
tions' 4 and iiiisuccesHfiit 2. No in
(lease of tuber. iiIokIs.
GOOD MAUI BASEBALL
Wallukii, Sept. 21 One of the heft
tjumi'b mi far pl.ijetl on Maul this iea
Kon wiih plued ut Well Park Inst Sat
urday, h) the I'ollee vs. M. A. A. Club,
nnd leaulted lu n victory for the for
mer team by n hroru of X to S, The
Toliee butted well und by hiiui'lilnv'
Ihtdr Kond etilhirH took the n.ime
uuu) fiom their opponents.
Tho pluvent were ns follows:
TOUCH. M. A. A.
l'Mtard Corn v. ell
ltOA(trnn Pal.i in In
Set ond Ilase.
W'nlhina , lloote
EVENING HUI.Mj.TIK, HOKOLULU.il. T PATUHDAY,
fc NEW IMPORTATION
BRADLEV and HUBBARD
Top hi.Ic lij' the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Thes eikIs vms ordered from advance
sheets of the catalog- of the above manu
ficturcrs, and are the litest In dKlyn.ind
Call enly an J make your election.
In aJJItlon to 'he ioooo fc-t of Garden
How lately rcelvd. the EmllvF. Whit
ney" broiuht its lo.coo ft. mere, maklnc
TWENTY THOUSAND l-KBT.
We have all gJf, and our prices ara
lower than ever tJoted In this nurket.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Shipment of Good Young
BroUen to harness, just receive.! via the
"OLYMPIC," for s.ile at the lowest lisures.
G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Ktrect, bctuccn I-ort and Alahcii
Chas. F. derrick Carriage Company, Ltd.
MERCHANT ST, NuU Ooor to Htancnal1 Kullcilng.
I.liilit Cuiiopy Top ColuinliiiK Murrey.
Popular carriages at popular prices are what the people want.
We have got them. The above is one of the latest. : :
IQTk i No
1h to he
U17 I ut UH.U t-H
Aliiken k I reel, oeluv Merclinnt.
'Phone Main 358. P, O. Box 834.
11711 Klver Street. Itet. Iteretiinin it ml I'atiiilil.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All or,lers prompt! attended to,
Only competeiu help cmployeJ.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Hlue H4I. l. O. liok 078.
SEPT. 21, 1001.
wiill puncr for the IciikI money
luiil onl.v ill ItHAL'tS. OotxlK
pupcniiKeu hi un nre inttl loouh rintiy
liotiivlit mill ,vtiu ciinmit do he Iter.
For Window Shades,
Linoleums or Wall
Hangings go to : ' :
MF'G CO., Ltd.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND iN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. 1
uppoHtte the R. R. depot.
OV DHAUC.IIT AND IN HOTTLH.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
lis steadily growing In fnvnr among
I peoplo who approelato good thing",
and Is rapidly heetimlng the favoiltt-
jSoda Water Works Co., Ltd
Sol" Agts. for the Territory of Hawaii.
OIHee anil Works. tl Kort ami Al
Telephone No. 71 Main.
j Soda W'atT, etc.. delivered fret- to
lull pints of thu clt). Island orders tu
Opening Announcement I
All OrderM Pnimptly l"lllcd.
HENRY BT. GOAR.
Mcinhcr-M Ktock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention riven to nur.
cbace and aale ot Hawaiian 8ugar
Eastern cut: Foreign Stocks and
403 Cullfornln t
Hon FrnnclKco, Ciil.
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
We will Buy or Bell Real Eitatc In
all parts of the group.
Wo will Sell Properties on Reason
3FFICE. 10 West King Strefi
To Let or Lease
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Deretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT 6TREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND B0.1D BROKER
REAL ESTATB AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
John R. Bergstrom,
Bergstrom Music Company
Iff 314 PORT 8T
Hub the Host Assortnifnt ot
PACIFIC ISLAND CUKI03
In tlio City.
FItKdH HOME-MADK POI ON TUES
DAYS ANn S'llIDAYS.
Razors Honed and Set
Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop.
I-OR 3 CIJNT8.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
V. HOrr-IANN. J. F. MIIEY
Hoffman & Riley
. O. Don tte
1 O. Box 778
Geo. W. Page.
F. W, Ucardslee.
ApchltcctK nnd Builder.
OOlce, rtoorr.s 2-4, Arlington Annei,
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches end Correct Kstlmates fur
nished on Short Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attendod to.
M. R. BBRTBLMAN'8
8 - Movnn
To rear of old stand. Kntrnnco on
Klnu street Orders left at cither chop
or offlco at John Notl'g store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Lewis & Co.
Owing to the consolidation
of t' e best B :ult Co's In
Amer.ca, we can cfl'er to the
public the follow lug choice
nnhej of blcult :
Breners Cecelian Tea
" French Wafers
Fill Line of
Give Us a Sample Order.
Waialua Beach Hotel
CIIA8. DAVID, Mnnngcr
Nov Open for ItuHlneHM.
Flnetvt of Accoiniiiodatlon.
Finest of Hiithlrm. i i t
He Sure to Get Off nt I i
till Wnluluu KtMtlon
RATEK-$U.rsO per duy t
Kpeclnl RnteH by Week op
Month, i I i i i i i i
For further Information address :
HALHIWA P. o.
HOI Kl. STKEET,
When You Want a-Rig
IIINtl Ul' TUB
LIVERY BOARDING and
518 FORT 8TREET
Stnlilu 'I'liom',, j on Mnln.
Ilntl; Stitiul, 'I'honrs :il(i nuil 72
J. J. 8ULLIVAN.
Drays for Freight
Our representative meets all Incom
ing, steamers from tho Coast, anil w
chock baspage on all outsoing steam
ers. White aud Black Saod For Sale
Offlco with Kvcnliis Uulletln, 210
King street, Tel. SO.
'. W. LARSEN, Wf'l
Thu Evening IlulUtlu, 75 cents' per
&W,v ' i -'h ikK v-4NjftLN&t-.
lirfjiiAirttf ' iLiijA