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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T, riMDAY
pifljjc pyw""'- Tp-
I)i:C. 13, 1901.
? " STOKE.
FROM CHINA AND JAPAN
Beautiful Silk Crepes in all the new shades,
Sheer Pine Apple Silk, 36 inches wide ; Ladies'
Japanese Silk Shopping Bags ; Hand Embroidered
and Hand Drawn-work, Grass Linen, Table Covers,
Table Centers, Bureau Scarfs, Tray Cloths, Doilies,
Handkerchiefs, Etc., Etc. :::::::
New designs In Hemstitched and Drawn-work Pillow Cases
and Sheets to match, i sheet and 2 pillow covers in a box.
SOnETHINd NEW In fancy, Silk Sofa Cushions, in
Oriental' Effects, which must be seen to be appreciated.
Ribbons ISKEESS Ribbons
We have a good assortment of popular priced handkerchiefs
In plain narrow H.S., fancy scollaped and lace borders.
Also an elegant range of patterns and designs in fine hand
kerchiefs trimmed with Maltese Point Lace and MechlinLaces
Here are the Names
of the little girls In the lead for the Handsome Doll we will
give away December 33rd.
Alma Ferguson, Fort St 36 votes
Violet Atherton, 706 King St 28 "
Pearlie Kekumano, Vineyard St.... 26 "
Ruth C. Soper, LunaliloSt 18 "
Alice Moore, Green St 18 "
Ellen Johnson, Honolulu SoapJWorks, 10 "
EloiseWicnman, Klng& Victoria Sts 10 "
Mabel Kemble, 1909 Punchbowl St.. 8 "
The last day of voting will be Saturday Night at io:co
o'clock, December 21st.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Phot kjr Xim. I'.'t..
M. WALDECK-ROUSSEAU, THE FRENCH PREMIER.
TI10 rreiicli cabinet f which M. l'lcrio Wnlilnl. Koikmmu Is premier 1
noted iih beinc one or the liiiimt lived niluNliIci tu (lie history of the I'rencb
rciiublic. Just now till inliiMry l tliteulcnecl (villi Ktcuiuy tlint'ii.
C. R. REYNOLDS THINKS
SOMETHING IS CK00KED
We have now a largo stock of the
above on hand.
CEMENT ROOFINQ affords U6r
ough Are protection to the building
and la a non-conductor of beat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from tbe roof
can be used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and Are proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any information desired.
1 THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
3willlllllH"lllllltHIH iitiiiiimtiimmiiiiiiiimniiiimi ttf.
A letter from Dr. Hubert Wood of
Walalua nsked If lie had authority to
net In the matter of Chinaman selllnB
floli out of ponds need for the raising
of ducks. This created n little nmuxc-
ment nnd the executive officer was
finally Instructed to .write Dr. Wood
that such matters were hardly within
the jurisdiction of the Hoard or Health.
A letter from Dr. OlUer, resident
physician at the Molokal leper settle
ment, was rend. There had ueen tour
teen deaths at tlx settlement during
the month of December. One was
causd by drowning. The attendance
at the bath houses nnd dispensaries
had been up to the a erase. Tb.cre
hud been eight cases of chicken pox.
making It necessary to closo the
schools for a number of days. Kccr
N I I. .. 1. ,.... .... nnnln PI.A hfMnnt
.hn.( .... nn nf llin Tlml-il nf I "" oiiumii ill. 1111111 . iik ,..,..,....
Health for the transaction of routine.'0 wnl' "ry .m"ch ".k thC r""1
Uslnnaa u-na linlll nRtPrilfl V nf tPPIlfMlll. I l l,,ut ,I,,V i,V 4"l ! VVS a v.
. -. ...... . rnnmnnlr
Matter laid Over Until Later
Dr. Russell Takes Dr.
Blake's Place at
Tong Chong Tal, selling decomposed
Minage; appeal from District Court of
Honolulu. Nollo proseciul entered.
A sample of water used liy a pol
maker In Kallhl was examined and
found to gl.e, on nnalsls, the follow
I'arts per 1
million. ' Corner Merchant and Nuunnu 6tw
Total solids 150.000 1
i.i 1 ni Ami I
v. murine i. ov.wj i
Tree Ammonia 0.420 j
Albuminoid nmmonl.i O.MOi
Nitrates 2.R00 j
Nitrites, trace. Hcciulicd oxygen, fi.oOOi
This water was taken from an open'
ditch In a taro patch, nnd carrier In!
suspension considerable organic mat
ter, so that nn nnlrsls was hardly ne-
eessary to determine Its character,
which I consider bad.
This water, In addition to being used i
for mnklng pol. Is ned for drinking, ,
etc., by a large number of people re-
siding In that district, and while the
fact that these people use It apparent-
ly wlthuut harm, would pro cut Hit
being condemned, tub fact remains
that this water Is exposed to Infection.
both from animals and human habita
tions for a considerable distance nlioo
the point wbeie the sample was taken.
and a stnglo disc of an Infectious dis
ease In the upper part of the alley
would be a menace to a considerable
poll Ion of the community.
Kiev m samples of s.vnip and molas
ses partially reported on befoto weic
examined for tlie presence of bleaching
agents, and such found In one sample
only. "I'cllran Open Kettle Louisiana
Molasses." obtained from Chun Yung,
rishmnrkct, was found to contain nn
undue amount of sulphuilc nclil pres
ent 113 n sulphate. The amount of sul
phuric acid present was 0..I71 per cent
of the weight of tbe molasses.
A sample of Hawaiian salt, on par
tial anal) sis, g.no the follow tut;
Sodium chloride (salt) 95.1
Sulphuric acid 0.09.!
Moisture, dirt snd matter lnolu-
blo In water , 3.1GG
The amount of other salts than com.
mon salt In It will be noted to be eiy
A sample of canned lobster labelled
Star Ilrand l'lcnlc l.unch Lobster,
Portland Parking Co.," obtained from
Wing l.ec, Nuuanu street, was found
to be In bad condition, decomposition
President Sloggett was In the chair, j
rompanled In many rases by dropsy of
n.w. ,... uiVe; Ailnrnnv cl.n- "nous pans oi cue uim wuiic m iu
eral Dole, Dr. W. C-Moore, H. A. Mott , present form, erysipelas was the at
VI ..... .. ' , Ui A nm. i fondant disease. Jaundice was also
OUillll Ullll UlllHll'u w.t.vvi .in...
Tbo first order of business was the.
fond In some cases. The epidemic be-
hurriedly Bim ln Jll,J' ,ast- slnce thnt ,lmc' tl,ero
liiiu i j v vu !)- lUDca turn nui tii".
reailine of the follow Ing
..-lit... Ui.. l.t n T Ttmnnlilo
cUcntV U, seuiemen, "at TP-of D, OH.er was accep, ,
ndmund C. Sborey was read and
adopted and the executive odlccr was
Instructed to look' Into tho Kallhl wa
ter matter and report at the next
"I have to report that the palal
schooner 'has not arrived jet, nnd was
not visible when wo left Ilal.ivva Point
The report, In part, Is as
at daybreak. I find that Saturday nt ,ncctnB,
noon sue was aureuai ul iuu .uuiunui follows
light, wljth a fair wind; Sunday the i ' Honolulu, Dec. 2, 1901
Dr. H. C. Sloggett. President Board of
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 18, 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 Nuuanu.
' GeneralMerchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
i. Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK, MEROIIANT ftTREET.
P.O.Bbx886 aaiTL 2IB
Gff IfIJl1 NUUANU STREET,
JJ IV 1 iTlj) above Hotel.
BIQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8.
Many ne Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and
FmhrolJred Piano Cavers. Silk Handkerchiefs. Etc.
Heavy PongecrSllk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and
Laces of ail kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries.
DRY GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
was abreast of tne settlement, aim
that Is tbe last I can hear of her ex-
.1 mnvin fnunr.u Knhnliil eSter. Slr:-I submit )ierewlth a report of
,i nf ,. ... ttui h,c tun lnu'the worl lono ln mv department dtir
of stale palal dumped here after ba lnB , ,B" 'hc mo"th ?' N,ovcmr- I301-,
s erred out a ration of flour. I think The usual milk Inspection has been
there must be something crooked ,n carried on; and so far as the milk sii.
working of the schooner, for I am told P' ,f "nolnlu can be Judged by tho
,u . i.i. .ill J.iii i.in.i nf i 'samples taken by the Inspector It has
r ;v .t'st'o h?' s?ta J mi, rm ;1,,rlT T pr
:;,'.,. , " V, .,"," '.,, ,, nonth than at any time during tho
n. iZ" J g an1ierlod I hae been In charge of tbl,
Sunday morning. Not mf nr0 lere few Mmn
ur i'raci saiu mui cuu ecuuuntri
Walalua was due at Kahulul on Tburs-
Jay last but that she did not lene
Honolulu until that day. She should
ha?o been up thcro on Saturday night
or Sunday at least.
The agent of the Walalua was pres
ent nt the meeting and, on being asked
If ho placed confidence In the captain
of the schooner, he replied that he had B. N'obrlga 11.0
had no means of finding out, us thts.Kakatanl 10.C
was his first trip. The former captain p. Martins 10.C
had beeni dismissed for cause. He had , j. Mattos 10 0
spoken to Dr. Pratt about tho advlsa-j Private complaint 4.97
blllty of keeping the schooner at Maul .Private complaint 11.1
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
tier Merchant and Nuuanu 8tn. P. O. Box 970.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bantnas
and pineapples, all InslJe. Evcvboily Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
or. tho "black list," but the aeragu
of samples passed as up to or aboo
stamlard has been high.
Sataplcs found to be below standard
gave, on nnalsscs, tbe following
Tnvares 11.1 2.7
uaving sci in ami tnu inner hi r race or
the can corroded. The stock of this
brand In this store, thirty cans, was
condemned as unfit for food.
One snmplo each of powdered can-
tharldcs and extract of cnntharldei
were examined; no adulteration found.
One sample of gianulated sugar ex
amined; no adulteration.
One sample of lard examined: no
One sample, of pills (proprietary) ex.
amliied; no adulteration.
(Signed.) n. C. SIIOItnY,
The report of tho sanitary Inspector
at I lllo, showing C12 Inspections dur
ing Kowmber and a tendency on the
part of Illlo people to live up to the
health regulations of tho Hoard, was
read nnd accepted.
The secretary was Instructed to call
for hlds for tho supply of drugs for tho
Hoard of Health nnd adjournment was
Boys Brigade Dolnfin.
A gathering of ocr two hundred
boys, members of tho various com pan
les of tho llojs' Ilrlgade. met In thn
Y. M. C. A. hall last eenlng to be
pitsent nt an entertainment arranged
especially for them under tho direc
tion of Theodoro Richards, the presi
dent, nnd John Wnldron, the superin
tendent. Thero were vocal selections,
rccltutlons, phslcal drills, gymnastic
practice with rifles and plain talks to
tho bojs on the evening's nroeram.
.Major WlUon was In command of the
boys who came from Kapnlama, Ka
kaako. Punchbowl. Kauluwela and Ka.
the Lights ! !
Why contlnuo to uso kcroseno
lamps and other poor Illuminators
when at a small coBt we will In
stall a perfect light In your home?
Thero never was a light that
gave tho satisfaction of tho Incan
descenta soft, brilliant and
steady light, always ready for
uso; no dirt, Bmoko or smell.
Call and have a talk with us
about lights, or ring ui up Tel.
Main 390. We will glvo you an
estimate on all costs.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Alokea.
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Pish fl
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal, Mutton,
I Q Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
FOR 8ALB AT
The Metropolitan Market, King St., Tel. 4$.
The Booth, Flshmarket, Telephone 379.
Central Market. Nuuanu St., Telephone 104.
and having her ply back and forth Sample made basis of prosecution
...11. . .1.- I... . .Amln In1., r. A- nn
P, O. If)l 995
THE OLDEST CHi. v-SE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
D.aatt la Flu Silks uf Gnu IIiidi.
Cblo.M ud Jip.ui. QooJi ol All Kills.
WELL WORDED WANTS IN
I THE BULLETIN I
without the necessity of coming to
Tho matter was not discussed any
further by tbo Hoard, President Slog
gett deeming It best to await develop
letter from Kldcr W. II, Waddants
of the Mormon church asked permis
sion for Ulder A. II. llelllbton to Uslt
tho leper settlement oil behalf of tliu
mcmbcis of his church ln tbe Islands,
to remain for any length of time to
he specified by tho Hoard. Dr. Moore
objected to the precedent of allowing
icpresentatUcs of various religious be
liefs to go to Molokal for shoit terms.
President Sloggett said others bad
gone to Molokal and no favoritism
should be shown. Mr. Dole agreed In
this and permission was finally grant
ed, tho specified tlmo being three
weeks. Tho olijeit of the lslt of Wild
dants Is tho dedication of a church.
On tho recommendation of tho
Hoard of Hxamlners, Y. Nagal, a Ja
panese, was granted a license to prac
tice medicine In the Islands,
A communication from Dr. C. It.
Dlake. another from I)r. nusscl and a
third from Manager McStocker of Olun
plantation, all pertaining to the post of
gocrnment physician nt Olaa, wpro
read. Dr. Wake stated that, owing
to the ehnnge In tho plans of the Rod
erick Dim and her consequent sailing
four weeks earlier than expected, lm
had been forced to close up his busi
ness promptly nnd sail on the esbel.
Ho had asked Dr. Mussel to take his
place temporarily pending action on
the part of tho Hoard of Health.
Tho letter from Dr. Husscl asked
for Instructions regaidlng the dispen
sation of medicine. He aUo stated that
some vaccine be sent to him at once
-Mr. McStocker's letter asked for tho
appointment of Dr. Hacs In tho place
of Dr, Hlako.
The Hp.ud finally passed a motion
amending the action already taken and
authorizing Dr, Itussel to begin his du
ties December 1 Instead of Jiinuaiy 1.
Tho bending forth of instiuctlons was
left to Dr. 1'ratt.
F. Correa 10.75 30
Case In District Court:
P. Correa, selling adulterated milk,
Cases In Circuit Court:
A. Doak, selling adulterated milk,
appeal from District Court of Honolulu.
Eery Day Affords New Proofs of the
peculiar effects of PAl.N'-KII.I.nil. In
cusch whero a disordered condition of
cno siomacii, llvir nnd bowels Is com
iiuieu wan great debility, nervous
wc.ikucb8, nnd Intense melancholy. Us
effects are most beneficial nnd wonder
ful. It should be kept by every family.
Avoid substitutes thero Is but one
Pnln-KIIIcr, Perry Davis". Prico I5c nnd
OAHU CARRIAGE MF'G CO., Ltd.
1178 River Street.
Bet. Beretunla and Pauahl.
Tel. Blue 541.
P. O. Box 9T8.
Rubber Tires pot 01 in Satis
Fine Carriages, Wagons ui
TmckS. Repair Work a
All orders promptly attenJcJ to.
Only competent help employed.
Oct your periodicals bound nt tho
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Weekly Bulletin. $1.00 per year
when you insist on Setting Cyrus Noble Whiskey.
Leave experimenting to others. Buygoods
that you know are right.
For seventy years we have been trying to pro
duce the best ' possible article for thejeast
possible price.r "
The public know it favorably
II holds the good trade." "
II costs no more than other good whiskey
It is pure and old.
It is distilled from the best sdededjjrain..
It is six years in wood.
It wins on merit atone.'
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