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- BVEN1NO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. 11. T., TIIUItSDAY, OCT. 21, 1801.
The barkontlne Irmgard, from Flan
I'ranclsco, arrived yesterday after
noon, sixteen days from port of do
jiarture. For scleral days out from
Han Francisco flno winds wcro en
countered and Ave da)s after" leaving
the Irmgard had eovered about halt
the distance to port. Thin fair weath
er wnn succeeded by light and varia
ble winds which continued to port.
The Irmgard brought one passen
ger, Miss Hosclyn Waldron. A large
targo of general merchandise and a
deckload of hogs arrived In good con
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
La Insular of America
DaVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
Trade Mark Registered and owned by
THE POPULAR STORE
ONE SHEET AND
TWO PILLOW CASES
alt In one box, and told at from $2 to $4 per
box. Each It hemstitched and embroidered
and It altogether one of the daintiest novel
tlet we have In the ttore. Remember the
$2 TO $4 A BOX.
I 111 MIL
COMES IN RIGHT
FOR PUBLIC MONEY
Light Business at Board of Health
Death of Japanese Doctor
HE ill jBMflE THE 1Y tii II
All Wool, 60 Inchet wide; very suitable 'for tklrtt
and Jackett for women or tultt of clothing for men.
Merchant talton are cordially Invited to Intpect thete
goodt, at they are very cheap, having been Imported
before, the high duty wat put on. Worth $2.50 per
yard, but told by ut at
$1 PER YARD.
On our center table you'll find a goodly attortment
of choice REMNANTS of COTTON GOODS, which we
are clearing out at greatly Reduced Pricea.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
We have now a large ttock of the
nbovu on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough Ore protection to tbe building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Arc proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information de-Btred.
There were present at the Hoard of
Health meeting yesterday afternoon
I)r. II, C. Sloggctt, president; Attorney
General E. I'. Dole, R. A. Mott-Smtth
and Dr. W. M. Moore, members; Dr.
.!. 8. B. Pratt, executive officer; C. n.
Reynolds, superintendent leper settle
ment; C. Charlock, secretary.
Dr. Prntt reported the appointment
of J. K. Mokumnla as assistant flsh In.
spector for Honolulu, which wns confirmed.
Dr. II. P. Sandow reported by litter
the death of Dr. Hunetaro Mukal. a
Japanese physician at Walmen.
Dr. I,. K. Cofer. I). 8. Marine Hospi
tal Service, reported the plague situa
tion at Hongkong, being three cases
and three deaths for the week ending
September 24 and two cases and twi
deaths for the week ending October
This greatly Improved condition.' f row
last previous report, when ther(Mwni
seventeen fatal cases, caused a mur
mur of satisfaction around the table.
Mr. Mott-Smlth presented the fol
lowing report on the I.lhue hospital
which was adopted:
Honolulu, II. I., Oct. 21, 1001.
Dr. II. C. Sloggett, President of the
Hoard of Health:
Sir: Upon the matter of the Llhue
Hospital which you have referred tu
me, I beg to Inform you, I havo exam
ined the rules and regulations govern
ing the conduct of said hospital, and
find that under the same this Institu
tion is open to tho general public
I'pon this point this hospital falls
within the opinion of the Attorney
General under date of August 1, 1901.
The auditor Informs you under data
of September 1. t901, that "upon th
ai-surunce being given through your
Hoard by certificate ;or otherwise, thai
these Institutions are open to the gen
eral public under such supervision at
the Iloard of Health may"clect to as
sume," he will nudlt and pay vouch
era of the same for expenditures under
different hospital appropriations. The
hospital renders a monthly statement
of Its affairs, the number of cases
treated, and particulars In connection
, therewith. It Is -therefore under such
supervision ns tho Board of Health
I exercises In similar cWa. Tbe present
reports are not in proper rorm.v unoa
The Yale men of Honolulu celebrated
the 200th anniversary of their college
at the Moann hotel last etcnlng. Tin
dining hall wns very nicety decorated
for the occasion. None but w men
were present. It being their wish tn
celebrate by themselves. A. P. Judd of
tho class of '97 presided. Speeches
were made by C. It. Hemcnway, Geo.
II. Carter. A. Q. M. Robertson and
W. N. Armstrong. Following was tbf
I'lench Pried Potatoes. Cauliflower.
Ileer from the wood.
Fresh Ixibster Salad.
Following was the pmgranr
A. P. Judd, '97, Toastmaster.
I. "The Celebration at Now Hnicn"
C. It. llctncnnay, '97
"Oh, what would jou gle to be tlioro
2. "The Yale Spirit," O. II. Cutter. 'f
"For God, for Country and for Yale.."
'I. "Hawaii's Debt to Yale."
A. O. M.Tlobcrtson. 'M I.. 8.
"Hear, for thy children speak from
the utmost purts of the sea." Kipling.
I "Yale In the Tropics."
W. N. Armstrong, '!
"I know not where the Islands raise
Their fronded palms In air;
I only know where'er you go
A Yale man's surely there." Anon.
Following are the Yale men in Ha
waii: '5.1, Itov. 1 1 Irani Bingham; '.'Ok
W. I). Alexander; T.7. 1). I). Baldwin;
T.8. W. N. Armstrong; KX '02 8., O. N.
Wilcox; 'SB. W. P. Prear; '88. 8.. O. It.
Carter: '88 8.. A, C. Alexander; '89, J,
H. Gait; '90, T. S Itcv. J. M. l.dgnte:
91, I.. A. Dickey; '92. S.. W. A. Bald
win; f3, I.. 8.. A. W. Carter: '9.1, I,. S.
A. O. M. Robertson; '9t, J. P. Cooke;
'91. J. A. Mntthewmnn; '90. S. P.. Da
mon; "97, C. M. Cooke. Jr.; "97. Dr. W.
I). Baldwin; '97. C. R. Hemcnway; '97,
A. P. Judd; "97, Dr. J. II. Judd: '97 h.
8., C. P. Peterson; '97 I.. S., A. A. Wil
der; BX '97 8., C. II. Cooke; '98. A. I).
Baldwin; '98, Hiram Bingham. Jr.:
BX '99 8., P. P. Baldwin: '01, It. P.
Judd; KX '01, A. W. Judd; BX '01 I,.
8., A. R. Ciinhn; '01 I.. 8., William
AFTER SIX HOURS
FINDS NO VERDICT
BLb 1 SBBu UluAllb
imi. i AT THIS I
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 8tn.,
almo HOTBL ST.. opposite Bctnol.
Conclusion of Trial of Kapiolani Est
ate vs. Pe& 4 Co.
Argument of Kapiolani ttstato s.
Peck & Co., ejectment, took place cs
terday afternoon as previously slated.
Tho case wbb given to the Jury by
Judge Gear a little before 5 o'clock. At
fi o'clock, no erdlct having been found,
the Jury wns sent to dinner at tho Ha
wnllan hotel In charge of Bailiff Kills.
The Jurors were Instructed not to dis
cuss the ease with the viands.
At 7 .10 the jury wns again consigned
to Its room and ut 8 enme out to seek
more light on tho law. Foreman Aus
tin requested that the Instructions of
the court us to what constitutes n legal
marriage be repeated. Judge Gear
((implied with the requtst, and then
Austin asked If the same law was In
force tn Hawaii ns in California, Iowa
and New York relative to common luw
marriages. The court replied that It
was not, a marriage certificate and
ceremony Is necessary here, but the
records themsehes need not lie Intro
duced In evidence.
Juror Jones wanted to know that If
In California, when a man deserted his
wife for a number of years, he could
come back and claim his wife again.
1 Judge Gear remarked that the ques
tion had nothing to do with the pret
int caso. The Juror replied that he
was aw are of that, but was curious,'
The court promised to enlighten the
Jurymen nt the conclusion of the case.
Then Austin wanted to know If the.
Jury should take Into consideration the
evidence, In the Cummins case. In
which, he said, witnesses testified posi
tively as to tho marriage.
The court said that the Jury was to
Judgo the evidence, and the Jurymen
were sent to their room again.
At 11 o'clock the July wns sent to the
Hawaiian Hotel to spend the night.
ALAKBA ST., NBAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containinc coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InsiJe. Everybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
fl Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry. Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., TeL 45.
The Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market, Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
WEALTH OF All IN
Two Income tax cases were heard by
the Tax Appeal Iloard last night.. That
of Ah In occupied nearly the entire
evening. He confessed to an Income
during the yenr of some 136,000. hut
Offset this by payments of dents, mort-
dcii Indebtedness, so thnt the rent In.
the receipt of tne same propeMXtrauerome admitted wns 1223. His hooks
out, I recommend that tne aucuwcoaJ
assured upon the two points raised
by him, and the vouchers be slgncl
and sent In, Yours truly, ,
E. A. MOTT-8MITH.
The petition of the Hawaiian Engi
neering and Electrical Company to
erect their building with a trifle less
air space than was allowed under tho
regulation, was granted. This action
Is not to be a precedent In future
cases, and was only taken upon a show
ing that all sanitary rules had been
An Invitation was received from
Secretary II. II. linker, of the Michigan
Hoard of Health, for a representation
of the board In Honolulu to attend a
health convention to be held at Ann
Arbor In November. The secretary
was Instructed to answer the letter,
and state that, owing to the Impossi
bility of any member attending. It was
necebsnry to decline the Invitation.
, Wc would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
1 lintel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries.
II LAST KEWIIIO SEWER
large holdings in plantation,
mercantile and other concerns all of
which seemed to havo been quit
profitable. He was questioned rather
closely as to the offsets, and the ex
amination was finally continued until
today, witnesses hnilug been sub
poenned for (but time.
The nppeal of 8. Ozakl was also dis
cussed nt some length, and neither the
attorney for the got eminent nor the,
court appeared tn be satisfied with tho
return made by him, or his explana
tion of it. On some of tne explana
tions claimed there was a difference ol
opinion between the members of ths
court, but the matter will be finally
settled tonight. It Is not Improbable
that a 10 per cent Increase will be mnda
by tbe court upon the figures submit'
ted by the appellant.
The court has nenrly completed It
labors, as there are but four mora
cases to be heard.
CHINESE GIVES $12,000
J1ADH GOOD USE OF HIS TIME.
Thomas V. LaMson. tbe owner of
the Independence, though a very busy
man, is alwa)s willing to be Inter
viewed and seemingly without being
loncerned over the lost of time In
volved. A New York Times reporter,
who lately made a trip to Uoston to
Interview Mr. I.awson during tho re
cent controversy with tho Now York
Yacht Club, tells a story which would
seem to show thnt the Iobb of time to
the copper magnate Is more apparent
Tho Interview had been rather
lengthy, nnd Mr. Law son had occupied
himself by passing the ticker tape
through his fingers nnd giving an oc
casional order to his secretary or sign
ing a paper or two. At tbe conclusion
of the Interview, the reporter express
ed a regret nt havlug occupied so much,
of Mr. Law sou's time.
"Don't mention It." said the owner
of the Independence. "I hne made
$20,000 on the New York Htock Kx
change while I have been talking to
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DY
Take laxative Ilrnmo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it
falls to cure. fc. W. Orovo's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
New York, Oct. S. Piesldent I,ow (it
Columbia College, In his annual rcpnit
to the trustees of the college, maker
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you aie undecided, wc
will help you. That Is in our tine and
the I'lllCE IS IHOHT. at the EVEN
THE 6ERI1M LIFE InSORARCE 00V1HI
OF NEW YORK.
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 for Death Claims, I24.j7j.460.65
For Matured Policies 7,07,608.27
Dividends and Surrenders I),6oQi'34-7
Manager for Hawaiian Islands.
THE ORIENTAL LIFE INSURANCE GO., LTD.
J. P. McCOY, President, ;
CAPITAL STOCK $500,000.00. '
Tho only Insurance company In the world Issuing policies In bota,tk.
ENCJI.I81I nnd CHINESE languages.
Policies contain all modern advantages of the endowment and otkw
forma Issued by the leading American companies.
Governed by the safest Insurance systems. Tbe pioneer rslnntn Iritrl
can company. ,
TEL. MAIN 78.
HOME OFFICE, 301-302 8tnqtnwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
Weekly Bulletin, $1.00 per year
Vincent & Ilelser. contractors, will
begin work on the Kewnlo sower ex
tension next Monday. This part of the
first dhlslon of the city Bystcm wai
(t(''ned for lack of funds. Now thi zift of SlOO.nOO anonymously madel
Department of Public WorkH hns bo- gome time ago to the university for the
rowed nbout $25,000 for the work, establishment of a department of Chi-
which Is of great importance owing to urse language, llteiutuie. lellglon i.ml
special mention of a girt of tl'.'.OM I
from "Dean l.ting" to he added tn the'
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT -.MEET.
& . O- Box 886 !LeiirL. 210
FOR MEN'S SUITS.
for Indict nt 76c pep ynrtl nnd
the chronically Insanitary condition of
This system Is to connect with the
main sewer on South and Queen streets
draining from there Into the pumping
station at Kakaako. Moro than a thou
sand people will be benefited. It will
drain the entire districts and along
the following streets: Hustace avenue,
I Queen, Ward, Walmunu, Kawalahao,
' Lannwal, Magoon, Kerosene, Cook, and
jnlong the Ileneh road.
it win require about six montns
for tho completion of the sewer, as th
work will not bo pushed, owing to the
fact that but a limited amount of mon
ey is nvallable each month. Probably
twenty or thirty men will bo given em
ployment during that time.
Ten-Inch and plght-lnch pipes are tr.
be used In tlm construction, and 100(1
feet will be required.
"Dean I.ung," the lepoit says Is a
Chinese. It Is probable, tho report
adds. 'that (M Is the fht gift on '.(Mord
from a Chinese to university of
President Low says that the donor of
the 1100,000 has been led to tho belief
Hint an American university would bo
tho best agency through which to
spread n thorough knowledge of China
among the people of the United States.
p O. Box js Til. i
wiixrcsr wo ouhcajlxt
THE OLDEST CH.. v-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Ultft la Ra Silk aod Orait Llneni. ChtetK and JiptntM (Joodi of All Klnai
" io-itt Nuuanu trt
The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
.lutlgment for Murray
Judgment wbb found for plaintiff for
52 and costs In tho caso of T. II. Mur
ray vs. 11. P, White, by Judge Ocnr
yestorduy. This was n suit for bill for
carrlago repairs, the defendant putting
In a counter claim. The court holds:
"Defendant had not satisfied tho court
that hn has a counter claim against
plaintiff. Ho cannot now set up such
clnlm with success where It Is shown
that he did not make the claim prior tn
tbe suit being brought."
TUaca tnhn innrafiiiia lt a
class of phatopraphic woik
WISS CAROLINE fUSKINS
are cordially invited to inspect
specimens of her skill in her
rec-piion roim at the rear of
Art Stnie and
120 Hotel St
A remark imputed to Victor Hugo In
reply to a joung man who asked him
If It was dllllcult to wrlto poetry
both witty and true, but It Is moro
witty than trtio. ".My dear sir," thn
poet Is said to havo replied, "It Is either
easy or Impossible."
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wHfw ils.il Wm)A iPHU u i$ si years ln wood beforc boUlinS' H
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KB Wi''mrJ$m Ah ideal appetizer.
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