Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 03, 1901, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
i:vt.NrN(t titit.t.i:TtN. iionom:i.i 11 t TiirifiiAY oct iw.
I'rniii-h Murphy h. by rrnuiil( glv
mi till- following nillhorlintlnii In Ibu
I'm Ik l Murphy Cluli
To the Officer iiml Member uf I'rnn
flu Murphy Club Nn. 1:
.My Dear Druthers iiml Hlstcrs It
give mo pleasure tit nulhnrlre the uso
uf my tintnr In gopol tempcrnnto nn
tondtirted h) our association (hid
bless jiiii nil
The Bulletin, 75 cent rr month.
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
fan 66T T-,,1,, -P A--m-,99
La Insular of America
WlficlP i Trade Mark Registered unci owned by DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY.
.. niiiinmimmiminiMiiiimuunmi ianimuiiiuimmimmiiiiiimmiiiiffliiffl:raitmifflrotian3nmiimit3BtHti;i:iBiremmmmniraiti t
An enviable reputation for tbo
Sachs Dry floods Company. Hon
est goods play n large pnrt In our
mire-CBS. 13very week something
new crops np to nttrnrt ynn. Ionlc
nt tills week's offerings:
Portiere Prices Reduced
$12.50 Bagdad Portlerei. ...$10.00
8.50 Bagdad Portlerei.... 6.50
6.50 Bagdad Portieres.... 5.50
5 75 Bagdad Portlerei . . 4.75
Thirty Inches wide ami of excel
lent finality; In fact, or a much
better quality than Jon would ex
pect to Kit for twice the price.
15 Yards for $1.00.
Cotton Covert Cloth
Is all "the. rage now for laidles'
Skirts. Wo nre showing It In all
colors. Onr's are sure to plcaso
Cheviots for Men's
We have Just iccelved a shipment
of Htilpeil anil checked cheviots
which nie eiy suitable for work
InKmcn's shlits. The price Is very
nmnll. Only 15c per yard.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Agents for Sterling
Angle Lamp Co.
Alsen C c m e n t
Olant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : :
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Motel Street, nctir Nuunnu.
General Merchandise, Dry Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
& . O- Box 886
1116 Nuuanu St.
Come unci Hee the PpIcch.
P, o. Bos ws. Tit. il.
T7l7-I3TC3r OTO CHAN
THE OLDEST CHi. SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Pttltri la Flo Sllki i Grtii Ltneni, ChlntM tod JipnM Goods of All Klolt
it-tit Nuuinu itfl
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
A LARQE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
aISLiri. 2!fi !
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE OF
DRY and FANCY GOODS
Beginning Hnturclny, Sept. Sit.
GoocIh hoIiI rce-nrelleHH of cost.
CONCESSION TO PLUMBERS
IN THE REGULATIONS OF AUSTIN AND BANCROFT
Pond at Makiki Condemned Dr. No Action Yet on New Place of Meet
Starr Passes Examination to ing Austin Sends Letter
Fumigation of Mails at to Secretary
The rain ilhl not pievent the holding
of the weekly meeting of the llo.inl of
Health yesterday afternoon. There
wcie present: Dr. II. C Sloggett.
preside nt; 13. A. Mott-Smlth. Dr. V M
Moore and Dr. C. II. Cooper. Officers
In nttenilnnco were I3xecutlve Officer
I)r J. S. II. Pratt. Secrctniy Charlock
and Stenographer 111m Mae Weir
The first matter presented was the
eiucstlon of the plumbing regulation
inscilblng extra heavy piping for
standing pipes In all houses more than
one story high.
President Sloggett stntid the iae,
expressing the belief Hint the require
ment was more exacting than ncics
sur. Inspector Keen was called In and
Rave his views. An amendment to the
regulations was submitted, whlih
i banged tlu rule for using ixtra heavy
pipe to i)iille',ngs of more I linn four
smiles In height.
Dr. Cooper mocd, Mr. Mott-Smlth
seconded and. after general discussion,
It was rcsoUed that the amendment bt
Superintendent Reynolds wrote
from Knlnupapa Informing the Hoard
that the taro planters had Jumped the
pilce of pnlal from SO lents to 7."i cents
It was voted, on motion of Mr Mott
Smlth, to advertise for tcmlcrs for
pnlal and award the contract under
tbo supervision of Superintendent Ilry.
A woman nt the settlement sent i
long letter of complaint about the man
ner of carting meat from the slaughter
house to the Dlshop Home. also nliou
the management of that Institution
It was referred to Superintendent Itcj
nntds. I)r Piatt rcpoitcd the resignation
of Dr. Winston as goernment phsl
clou at Kiihukii, Oihu, An applica
tion for the position was received from
Dr. W. II. Dcas. Dr. Pratt suggested
that the doctor's headn,uarteis should
be nearer the middle of the district
It was voted that Dr. Dcas In ap
pointed gov eminent physician for the
district of Kooliiupoko.
Dr. Fred, It. Starr, on the report of
the board of medical examiners, wo
recommenlded for a license to prnctlri
A letter to Postmaster Oat from thJ
Railway Mall Sen ho agent at Sail
Francisco was reported, whlih com
plained of dctajlng of malln by fumiga
tion. The Postmaster wrote to Presi
dent Sloggett, asking him to write to.
Dr. Cofer. U. S. Marine. Hospital Ser
vice, und request thn hut named to
wrllo to Washington for nuthorltj to
discontinue the fumigation of malls for
Honolulu as being no longer necessary
Thn picsldent compiled with the post
master's request, and his action w.ii
The Pacific Transfer Co' petitioned to
hn allow ed to deposit stable manure on
thn old garbage dump at Kakaako.
Nothing but a refusal was possible, as
the Hoard had abandoned the dump nt
the lequest of the Hlshop I3state, owner
of the land.
A deleterious pond near the Maklkl
(Ire station was condemned upon it
resolution moed by Mr. Mott-Smlth.
seconded by Dr. Cooper. The owner
or owners will receive the usual notice
to abate the nutsame,
Dr Pratt reported on the sanitary
conditions of Wnlalua district, which
lie found good on a peisomil lalt. Ho
pralstc! the exertions of Dr Herbert
Wood for a decided lmpioement ef -
ffcted since last ear.
If you nro tlrul of treatments that tall, I wiiut jou to study inv
plan, nnd when Sou tci how- icuslhlo It Is, iiimii and ti It Call and
seo thu new McLaughlin Ilel', and let mu explain how 1 cuie It ou
can, or, if not, vvrlto for thu free book, telling about Varicocele
Dr. M. G. McLaughlin, SK:i:
Willi MM ill
HALL USED BY COURTESY
A meeting of dlrtctors of KranrU
Murpfi) Club No 1 was held hist night
for the purpose of discussing tUi.inc-j.il
nutters. The question of leasing tliu
lull was brought up for discission. It
was learned that A V. dear had hern
seen ubuiit the lease ami had statin!
that the hall bud been leased to Frank
llu Austin and W. I). Ilaniiofl In their
own names for one year, with an op
tion of four icars more.
Under such circumstances hn could
not cousldcr nny proposition for th
lease of the hall by the club or anyone
else unless the lessors should tako
somo action looking toward ilio can
cellation of the present lense The fol
lowing letter from Frankllu Austin,
explains the present situation
Mr Noes. Sei'y frauds Murph) Clult
Dear Sir: Pursuant to Instruction!
from the board of trustees of the I'. M
T C. A., I beg to Inform jou that wo
have notified A. V. Clear nnd the Ha
waiian I31cctrlc Lighting Co: that tin
association will no longer lie responsi
ble for the rent and lights for I'rancU
Murphy ball nftcr October 1st. Th
trades peopl.i who have been In till
habit of furnishing the hall hue also
been notified that pursuant to resolu
tion passed nt the request of jour
board of directors, on the Tth Inst., giv
ing your rlnb complete autonomy that
the association will not be responsible!
for an bills contracted by Club N'a
I since September 1.
I am also Instructed to transmit to
you u copy of a resolution passed nt
ivcn date, together wltn an Inventory
of nil the portable property at the
Francis Murphy hall, owned by the as
sociation, whlih gives Club No 1 tin
undisputed rlgh to use the same until
called for for other purposes. All
other propel ty In the hall Is owned by
A. V Clear and jou are nt liberty to
make any, arrangements with him for
Its use that you may seo (It.
The action taken today by the trus
tees clears the way for Club No. 1 to
mnko a permanent lease In Its own
right with A. V. flear for the hall for
four ears, and upon your request In
writing the trustees will doubtless paa.1
a resolution appropriating to Club No.
I the amount expended In permanent
fixtures, such as plumbing, ele-clil.1
wiring nnd fixtures, staging, etc.
On behalf of the association anil my
self I beg to convey, through nu to
Chili No, 1 our sincere congratulations
upon Its decision to assume the respon
sibilities of full autonomy and I feel
certain that many friends will bo rais
ed up to assist the dub, nnd further, I
beg to nssure the club of my person il
Interest In Its welfare nnd m willing
ness to assist It to tbo extent of my
ublllty consistent with my duty la
other i tubs organized under our char
ter, I am, dear sir,
Most respectfully jours,
ritANKI.IN II. AUSTIN,
President F. M '1 C A
Kept. 21. 1901
ttcsolved, That the furniture and
other property owned by the I'ranch
Murphy Temperance Cluh Association
nnd now In Francis Murphy hull, In the
Wuvcrloy block. Honolulu, an Inven
tory of wblcli Is hereby appended, bl
tendeied to Francis Murphy Club No. 1
for their use until such time as It be
required by the assoc latlon for othei
W D. DANCHOFT.
Secretary F M. T C .
No action was taken townid procur
ing the hall which, at the present time
'U being used by courtesy of I'innkllii
Aiihtln und W. D Ilaucinft
Takes the Life out of a Man.
Have You Got It?
Newly otery man has Vuilrncpf"
moio or less Tim eWdcnen of It In
u swelling of the elns, a drugging
sensation when standing, a pain In the
hack, extreme nirousuesu, nnd u gen
ernl exhnustloii of thn tiro and vitality
which Is the portion of outh Them
nro thousnnds of "half-men," niailo so
Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Belt
1 Cures Vnrlcoeele, The ")i, Mcl.aiisli
Hn mi thod " used in treating this in.il
aily, allows no chance of failure It
cannot fnll lii tliousnnd say It eur
ed them. So will jou Act today, us
each day this disease Is snpplni, the
xery blood out of )our body
I guniaiiten a euro If I t.u I nil
cine I don't nsk r.tij onu to take
(lmnc.es on my Invention It doom t
cost ou nnthlng If I lull
Htyvv ful afltr
f ft. A
lVA . null tii?
Hrcw cry. IT B7
FRIO MILLER WW
BRESH CO.. BW
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
BETTER AMERICAN COTTON
Washington Sept 2 Sccretarv
Wilton of the Agricultural Depa't
incut Is eei ncthe In promoting tlvi
welfaie of the American fanner. Th i
(lepiitment is now- pawner partieulir
attention to experiments to prodiuo
cotton of the quality of the Ktoptlan
article by hybridizing It seems that
the Cnlted States, while It expor's
quantities of cotton each car, has l'l
purehaso about foity million pnuiicU
of Kgptlan cotton The I3g)ptinn cot
ton ts necessary for some kinds of
cotton cloth, nnd consequently It costs
the I'nited States six millions nt
dollars a ear to get It becretar'
Wilson feels confident that expel-
incuts which are being made by I)-.
Webei under the ilhectlnn of Dr
iflalloway of the Iluieau of Plant In
clustl) wilt be successful
I Tim Agricultural Dcpartim nt Is uls-i
making a close study of soil coiidl
,tlons and plant growth In almost nil
ol tne States The depaitnient H
mapping the most Important soils S'l
ns to teach the people what each soil
will most profitably produce. I3xplor
is emplo)ed by the department ur.i
Introducing from all parts of the globe
egetuhles glasses, trees and uowuis
which nre to be distributed in locali
ties which most resemble the condition
of the plficeti from which these expel t
ments, and Hint agriculture can im
made far more profitable
1'nder the piesent Secretnry the ef
fort Is making to he practical and thu
Information obtained Is of the great
est possible aluc to the fanners. It
teaches them scientific farming, nnd
ns the farmers come more ami more
to understand the character and Im
portaneu of the Information made pub
lic hy the department, their conditions
will ImprcvH'. and farming will become-,
Il Is hoped, less hard, with the results
more eeitniii ami satlsfactoiy
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
Ml diugglsts refund the money if it
tails to cure I. W. Orme's signature
is on each box, "5 cents.
TS.tfA7,:vJ;J;wi);i JSilfe 4L&
the best in c f ' .-rmf'M
I seventy years 5 1(1 Kfff
i Cyrus B"T MfSim
i Noble llv"W
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTO.t Sole Agents
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO-CO., Ltd.,
Corner .Merchant find Nuunnu StM
iilwo HOTHL tT., opposite Bethel.
ALAKBA ST., NBAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Bciutlful garden scene containinc
and pineapples, all Insi.le. hve-vboclv iiuited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Also Poultry, Salmon and
FOR SALE AT
THE GERMIM LIFE
OF NEW OHK
Paid to Policy Holders since ihfio for Death Claims, Jn, 373, 4(9.6$
For .MaturrJ Policies 7,507,638.27
DivlJcnJs and Surrenders 13,699,134.37
B M ETT M A Y,
Manager for Hawaiian Island;. JUDD BUILDING.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, PrcKltlcnt,
CAPITAL STOCK $500tOOO.OO.
The only Insurance company In the woild Issuing policies in both th
ENGLISH nnd CHINKSIC languages.
Policies contain alt modern nchantnges of the endowment and otbor
forms issued hy the lending Amcrlca-i companies.
Coverned by the safest insurance) s J stems. The pioneer Chlneso-Amert
TEL. MAIN 75.
HOME OFFICE. 301-302 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
Lamb and Pork always
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 45.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St.. Telephone 104.
,1 il. iitl I nan liTli lp