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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T., THURSDAY, NOV. M, l0t.
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Now that Thanksgiving Day Is ap- t
preaching, hero are n few items which
ought to Intercut jou:
Full Bleached Table Damask, four handsome patterns to select
from, 70 Inches wide, good value for 75Cj'our price, 45c per yd.
A better grade, 72 inches wide, for 6Uc per yd.
Others at 80c, SI, $1.25, SI.50 and S2.50 per,yd.
Full Bleached, 24x24 Inches, $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25 Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth $300.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3 5, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.25, and $1.75 perdozen.
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KNOW ALL ABOUT
WE ARE GOING TO
Welmealso a goo J assortment of the
Shamrock Brand of Linens
In sets for round, oval, long nnJ sliqrt
square tibles, with full sl7e napkins to
30b Plecea Assorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
regular alue, 1 5c and 20c per yard, to close
at II tor $1.00.
King- Street Proprietors
Must Have Sewer
MATTER OF EXAMINING
Doctor Atcherly for South Kohata
Hospital and Settlement Reports
Interesting Session of
Board of Health.
clan of Wnlmea, Kauai, wrote as fol
"I beg to submit a report of a case
of diphtheria, of n very sevcrp char
acter, occurring' In Kckaka, Kauai. The
patient, a ilaughtcr of the mi gar boiler
emplood in Keknha mill, died on No
vember 17. Despite a most searching
Investigation I was unable to deter
mine or locate the mode of Infection or
contagion. All precautions hne been
taken to prevent a spread of the dis
ease." An Incident relative to documents
belonging to the Hoard of Health loan
ed to the Governor and lost is report
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iTHEO. H. DA VIES Sr'CO., Ltd.
WAR (IP UVES
London, Nov. C Thi total 1 educ
tion of tho Mritlsh field force to the
end of October was .13GT officers and
Of this number S15 oulcers and 10.
089 men were hilled In action, died
subsequently of their wounds, or died
of disease, while 2504 tifllceru and 57,
13fl men wcro Invalided.
Up to the present 13 313 Doers have
liot.il killed, eaptured or bao surren
dered during the present year.
Lord Kitchener's cekiy report of
Uoer lORXcs is as follows:
The captures included 2.111 dries
Sl.rjOO rounds of ammunition, 112 wajf
ons und 1430 cattle.
iiitiiw hnniT limn
mm tiro j?1 m
Ycsterdaj's wcckl) session of the
Hoard of Health was an interesting
one. The meeting was constituted by
Dr. II. C. Hloggctt, president-, K. A.
Mott-Smlth, Dr. W. M. Moore. Attor
ney General E. P. Dote anil Dr. C. U.
Cooper. In attendance were Dr. J. S.
D. Pratt, executive officer; C. Charlock,
secretary, nnd C. II. Itejnolds, super
intendent ot Molokal settlement.
E. G. Keen, plumbing Inspector, ad
dressed the Hoard by letter as fol
lows; "I beg to call the nttentlon ot tho
honorable Hoard of Health to the ne
cessity of requiring more sower con
nections upon the line of the sewer at
the Wniklkl end of King street, parti
cularly that part bejond Pllkol street,
as the odor coming from the manholes
lit this point Is very strong to one pass
ing along the street. This is duo to
two causes, lack of ventilation nnd lack
of amount of sewage, both due to an
Insufficient number ot house connec
tions to houses in this vicinity.
"Our sewers arc designed to be ven
tilated through tho 4-Inch vents run
up on tho outsldo of the various houses
and unless we get this ventilation
there is no way to keep tho smell from
the streets. While the sewers arc pro
vided with automatic flushing tanks
the one nearest to this point Is some
800 feet. This Is beyond a point whera
the bend ot water would be noticeable
In the newer and consequently Is not,
at the point referred to, of very much
benefit In moving any matter that
might lodge there, as It Is designed to
net In conjunction with tho sewage
from tho various houses, which Is lack
ing here, there being only five newer
connections on King street between
Walklkl turn nnd Pllkol street.
"I have advised the closing up of
the holes In the manhole covers ut number or nationalities, tho practice
this point temporarily, ns the smelt Jvwih not ojjkerved, and though there
firm!! nc ft, (a ttlkh nfPfiAl la n ntaMrtAA! AT. A . A I.-. . . IIaIImh.. !.& .
wire lilie'iu uiuiisunu iiuuun mviu, u
policemen of that nationality were em
ployed in tho metropolis. Tho incl
dent was elosed when thcofflcer gave
his testimony in broken English as
best he could.
Ah Yok was tried for the stealing of
a gold wntch valued at $45 from a Ja
panese watchmaker. Tho following
jury found him guilty and he was sen
tenced to one car's hard labor: Guy
Livingston, Isaac 11. Harbottlo, Chas.
E. I.ake, Edward Woodward, Chas. Du-
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(arc nnd contains nothing Injurious.
It Is a safo nnd reliable remedy for
stomach complaints nnd has a record
of lUty ears of cure to Its credit.
Many prominent physicians prescribe
and recommend It as a euro for dys
pepsia, Indigestion, flatulency, belch
ing, nervousness nnd Insomnia. Try
It Tho genuine must bnvo our Pri
vate Die Stamp over tho neck of the
STOMACH - BITTERS
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PRICE . .
SENT TO PENITENTIARY
BY JUDGE HUMPHREYS
Polijeofficers Who Cannot Speak
English Hiss Nichols Accuses
Guardian of Malfeasance
Other Court Notes.
Ah Chong, the beginning of whose
trial for robbing Morlta's Jewelry
store was reported yesterday, was
found guilty. He was sentenced to be
Imprisoned at hard labor for tho term
of four jcars.
In the course of the trial Apann, n
Chinese policeman, was on the stand
nnd the questioning was begun through
the Interpreter, when Judge Humph
rey Interrupted the proceeding. Ho
8 ild It was a shame and disgrace to
employ u man on the police loree who
could not speak the English language,
and the practice should be auousned
Immediately, as he would not allow It
In his court. He stated that even In
New York where there was n large
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 10, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
. 14 Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
General Merchandise. D-y Goods, Groceries.
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAQOON BLOCK, MERCHANT '.TREET.
E3 . 0. Box 886 alalia. 211
GRASS LINEN Embroidered Table Covers in All Colors.
HEAVY PONGEE 8UITINQS.
CHINE8E 8ILK CREPE CAPE3 AND SHAWLS.
.FINE GRA8S LINEN8, All Colors.
rAII Kinds of Staple and Fancy EUROPEAN GOOD3. ,
INUUANU STREET, above Hotel.
P O BOX 995 Til. ll.
"TOTXTXTGr XTIT-O C&XAJISr
THE OLDEST CHi. .SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
t)..lrl Id Mot Sltlt. d4 Gri .i Llntos. Chin... aaft Jitn Gooli ol All KIq4
ia-t. Nuu.nn tr-i
coming iuto the street Is a menacCta
the public health."
It was voted to Instruct the city
sanitary officer to notfy the property
owners of the localities In question
that they must connect their premises
with the sewers within thirty days un
der the stated penalty. The motion
was made by the Attorney General,
seconded by Dr. Cooper.
The plumbing inspector reported for
the semi-monthly period ending No
vember IS, that 4G plans nad been filed
nnd tho samo number of permits Is
sued, 1G4 inspections ot plumbing nnd
house sewers Issued, HI final certifi
cates Issued and 27 sewer connections
Dr. Oliver, resident phjslrlan ot the
Molokal settlement, sent In his report
On motion tho secretary was direct
ed to request of Dr. Oliver a more ex
plicit report on fever cases, describing
tho characteristics as affecting lepers
and the clean Inhabitants,
A report of the board of medleal
examiners was favorablevto the grant
Ing of a license to Dr. W. E. Takcta.
Dr. Cooper, while moving the adop
tlon ot the report, suggested that, the
board of examiners be Instructed to
conduct examinations In the English
Mr. Dole doubted the expediency of
such strictness. In view ot the large
Dr. Cooper snld If any doctor applied
for license to practice in Germany, he
woqld have to stand his examination
In the language ot tho country. After
somo further discussion, ho moved
that the examiners b'o instructed to
conduct examinations In future
through nn official interpreter. This
Dr. J. Atchcrlcy'B application to ho
appointed government physician for
South Kohalu was granted.
Mr. Mott-Smlth, for the hospital
committee, submitted the draft ot n
letter to be sent to tho board of trus
tees of the Queen's Hospital.
Mr. Dole made remarks explanatory
of tho question that had arisen regard
ing the legality ot tho subsidy granted
by tho Legislature to Kaplolanl Ma
ternity Home. Ho repented in effect
tho advice he had given In writing to
the Auditor of the Territory, namely,
that unless the pajment of the sub
sidy wcro palpably unconstitutional
neither the Auditor nor the Hoard- of
Health should Interfere. Until coruC'
body brought tho matter
Dr. L. E. Cofcr, II, S. Marine HoS'
pltnl Service, conveyed tho cheerful In
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all Inside. Eveybody invited.
Evening Bulletin. 75c per month
BLOCK RUSSIA'S PLAN
FOR MANCHURIAN TREATY
Fierce Dispute That Was Immediate
Cause of Li Hung Chang's
Death Empress Orders
Peking, Nov. 8. A violent dispute
with Paul Lcssar, Russian Minister to
China, over the Manchurlan treaty, ap
pears to have been thte Immediate
cause of the death of Li Hung Chang,
The diplomatic events preceding this
tragic climax have enabled Japan for
a moment to frustrnto the dteslgnst,
Ilussla, A fortnight ngn tho Japanese
Legation secured a icllnblo outltlne ot
the terms of tho treaty nnd thereupon
demanded that the Chinese plenipo
tentiaries officinll) lay before them the
text, basing this demand upon tho al
legation that Jnpancso Interests are
involved in nny change of tho status
Tho Chinese plenipotentiaries re
fused to comply with the demand.
Thereupon the Japanese Government,
from Toklo, communicated with tho
southern VIccrojs und Induced them
to use their Influence with the Empress
Dowager against the treaty. In the
meantime the Empress Dowager In
structed Ll Hung Chang to communi
cate the treaty, after certain modifi
cations, to tho Ministers of the Pow
ers and, If they did not bhject, to sign
Ll Hung Chang visited M. Leisar
and explained to him his Instructions.
The Russian Mlnlstor strongly object
ed to revealing tho text of the treaty to
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
fll Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, 8almn and Halibut.
FOR SALE AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
1 he Booth, Fishmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'C CO., Ltd.
1170 River Street. ,
Bet. Beretanln and Pauahl.
Tel. Blue 041.
P. O. Box 978.
Jabber Tires pat on in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons and
TriCkS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
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THE OLDEST HAWAIIAN DAILY PAPER
A KIONDYK1 fOt ADVCRriSEBS Jtjtjtjtjtjtjtjt
dolt, Jr., Jnmes K. Mcrscbcrg. John M.1 the Ministers of tho other Powcjre. and
Davis, Alex. O. Nicholas, Jonn A. No- a stormy interview ensueo. 1.1 nuns
bl, Geo W. Harrison, James Kahalc- Chang went homo In a violent passion
pu.i and Jonah K. Naklln. nrt bad n hemorrhage, wn.ch the doc-
Evelyn II. Nichols has filed nn nns- tors attribute to the overexertion of a
wcr with several objections to the nc-l weakened sjBtcm.
counts ns rendered by Jonathan Sbaw.l While theso things were happening
her guardian. ln Peking tho southern Vlccros sent
Sho objects first to "the Balo of two to tho Empress Dowager a memorial
shnrei Hononm ut 1I15.70 on Nov. 13 against the treaty. On receiving It sho
1897," und alleges that "said shares telegraphed to Ll Hung Chang coun
weio knowingly, deceitfully and flctl- termandlng the order to sign. This In-
tlously transferred from Iho namo of sirucuon camo nner 1.1 nung e;nnng
Jonathan Shaw ns,gnardlan, to Jona- had becomo unconscious. When M
than Shaw personally, and he con- Lessar endeavored to have Ll, Hung
verted the proceeds therefrom to his Chung's seal nlDxed tq tho treaty, Chou
uwn use, fraudulently and in violation P. Provincial Treasurer, had arrived
of his duties as guardian." Petitioner '"" Pno-tlng-fu and hud token charge
alleges that on July 30, 1898, a dividend " cnl temporary successor
of 45 per tent, equal to 190 on two " "' "
shares, was declared and on April 16.
1690, a dividend 01 b per ceni ana in
Rheumatism has been cured In a
May, 1899, a further dividend of 5 per multitude of cases during the past b x-y
rent It Is further alleueo that Juno 1 fears by PAIN-MLLUK. This potent I
. ii i. ? 5 i. . .,ii ii? ' remedy rubbed vigorously In nnd
1899, the capital stock of said Honomu nroum, ,nc 8ufrcrnB narl8i w, rcnovc
Sugar Company was Increased one and ll stiffness, reduco the swelling, nnd
one-half times, and that said Jonathan kin all pain. Tho most stubborn cases
Shaw received threo new shares on her lcld to this treatment when persevere I
account. Purthcr dividends were' do- In. Avoid substitutes, thero Is but ono
elared amounting In all to S120, nnd on Paln-KIUer, Perry Davis1. ISc nnrf COc.
July 3, 1S99, the shurcs were sold for i
S2S, making the total amount Jona
than Shaw has received S94S Interest
on that amount Is asked fro'm July 3,
1899, tu Nov. IS, 1901, or a total ot
I1079.C5, leaving a balance of S 330 55,
,hlch petitioner asks to bo added to
tho amount due tier. '
Objection Is made to items of $70 05
and tCL'.'Jl as commissions on the
ground that Shaw Is not entitled to
such payment, on account of having
wrongfully converted a portion of the
property to his own use. Objection Is
mado to tho claim of $150 for commis
sions, that amount having been dis
allowed by Judgo Perry, because said
guardlun had been remiss In tho dis
charge of his duties. Objection Is mado
to an Item ot $50 for attorney's fee to
II, D. Mead, as tho expense was un
necessarily Incurred to resist the appli
cation of petitioner requiring said
guardian to turn over to petitioner tb"
piopcrty In his hands.
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WELL WORDED WANTS IN
formation that thero had been no cases I A nlollon waa "ca yesieraay in ins
of plaguo In Hongkong for twenty',"0 ,f Kaplolanl Estate vs. Char.es
davs nrlor to tho denarture of tin I - "" U01""K "'' a "" ur "-
steamer Doric, and that thero bad been
no cases at Ilrlsbano, Queensland,
since October 3,
Tho repoit of the I.lhue, Kauai, hos
pital by Henry C. Watt, superinten
dent, for October showed a total of
or less, eleven for two weeks or less,
threo for ono month or less, lly na
tionalities thero were 4 Hawallans, G
Japanese and 8 others. Four wero ward
paying and It plantation cases, theso
being tho corresponding numbers, re
spectively, of surgical and 'medical
cases. Receipts wero $108.45 and ex
Dr. B. r. Sandow, government pbjsl-
Ing bo fixed.
A discontinuance has been filed In
the case of of Geo. It. Carter vs. L. C,
Abies et al, ,. i
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