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HVnNlNG DUMiKTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., FRIDAY, rnimt'AUY 7 1902
SltttiilloiiK mid Help Wnntctl
WANTED Situation ns salcsmnn,
clerk or freight iloik, have been In
business ten Jemrs, rcfcicncos Ad
dross J. K , Bulletin offlco C002 lw
YOUNG man would like to do book
keeping for two or three small
firms, references. Addioss 1) . Hill
letin olllre. 2060 lw
YOUNG man from California wishes
position as stenographer. It II 1..
ltulletlu olllco. 2'iSSlw
WANTED By a aerman :'-' ears of
age, posit lull as driver of an) kind;
well acminlnteil with ilt and out
rldo dlstrlits. also engineer helper
r nilpr. Address, (it i man. this of
WANTED I'ositlon by joung man ns
coachman or any kind ot work. K.
V. A. C. Ilulletln. S.tjfilw
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Per line, one Insertion 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25e
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This It the cheapest advertising
;ver offered the people of Honolulu.
SPECIAL NOTICE Bonds furnished
to any amount for the man holding
position ns guardian, post office olll
il.il nr nnv oilier position of trust.
Honolulu Investment Co 2jl tt
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
E-press Co. has WHITE SAND FOR
wmkilu- i lopcrty owners to know
that plate glass can be Insured from
any form ol breakage at The Ho
nolulu Investment Co. -031 tf
WANTED 5n0 men to shae for 15c.
Jeffs. 43 King St . five whito bar
bers 011 tf
FOR SALE Choice eggs foi setting
Apply Jim Dodd, beai h phu
FOR SALE Cheap, lurnlitiie lor sev
en room house, with privilege of
renting, leaving city, no reasonable
offer relused Call third house from
Alnpal on Kinau. i0B21w
FOR SALE Kcclliilng rubber tired
go-cart, almost new. Enquire 15iib
Fort St. 2038 lw
FOR SALE Farm of It. aires, with
house, all Impioved and fenced, at
Honokan, Hawaii, $1500. Houto and
lot, Kcwnlo. 50x100, $800. Houso
and lot. King St., 00x120, $3000.
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 ears on King St.. near LI
llliu, "7x200. Houso and lot Mauoa
Valley, 17x200, $1200. One lino gen
tlo driving horse, suitable for any
lady. Inquire S. Decker, with V. V.
Wright, King, cor. South St.
FOR SALE At a bargain, cholco lot
of ferns, palms, crotens and other
plants. Enqulro 1252 Young street,
Wnlklkl of Pllkol. 2039-lw
FOR SmLE ..ubbcrtlred go cart al
most new. Enqulro 15u5 1 ort St.
FOR SALE A medium sized black
celdlnc. sired by Son of Sutnn
shows speed. Apply Jim Dodd.
Ueach Place. 2037-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP 18 year leaso of
newly built cottages and 1 nowly
built stablo (00x50 feet) on Pauoa
road, near bridge, with following In
eluded; 0 lino horses, 1 surrey, 1
new hack, 2 pair single harness, 1
pair double harness, 1 carriage pole,
A bargain at $3500. Inquire of JOS.
FRIAS, Tort Street, opposite Hack
FOR SALE House and lot, desirable
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands lino view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Walanao moun
tains. Houso has 70-foot veranda
and contains following rooms: Don
bio parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pantry, kitchen, bath room
ind water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Ynrd
laid out with fruit trees, some of
m? ?roi,ca,rlnB', ,slzo of '"i1 1C0X
1?n font. Tn hn roIiI on oaav terms,
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms,
Inquire of JOS. FRIAS, Fort Street,
opposlto Hackfeld's. 2031-2w
FOR SALE Horse and phaeton; horso
gentle; good under saddle, phueton
almost new. K C B , Bulletin.
FOR 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress H M Duncan, nt Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a bundle
Apply at this olllco. 2035-tt
TO LET Threo handsomely furnish
ed rooms, new house 1323 Bcre
tanla, cor, Kcoaumoku.
TO LET Furnished front room; nlso
barn with comfortable sleeping
room attached. 430 Lunalllo near
TO LET Furnls.ied room, with or
without board, In a private family
In town. Inquire at Bulletin offlco.
TO LET Flvo room cottage off Wnl
klkl road between HopkliH nnd
Bishop switch. Immediate posses
sion. Applv I lawn. Tramways of
flee, Punahou. 2004-tf
A RESPECTABLE lady can secuio a
centrally locn'ed room by address
ing K. I. 'his offlco Ilefi'ii'tiios
,o LET Nnwlv furnished looms, sln-
elo or en su lie. Ilrst-clnss tnuio
board, hot and rold water, clectile
1270 Boretanla St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or
without board; electric lights, etc.
727 Lunalllo St. 2060-lwr
TO LET Residence of J CaBSldy,
Walklkl, furnished good bathing;
vacant Jnnuarv 10th. Apply Wnter-
house & Podmorc. Bethel and King,
AiIh. will be limcrtcil PRUD.
WANTED Iminecllatelj. til stilus
bnibu Jiff's. U King St
WANTED Oerman girl to do general
lioiiiehold work and rare for chil
dren. Maij, lliilletln olllec.
LET Furnished rooms at Mrs
M( Cotinel s (larden lane
to LET A good four room cottage.
ltb kitchen bath room and modern
plumbing on slope of Punchbowl,
ooil snrden 'nnd excellent lev of
. 11 v ami ocean. Apply to A II. It
VU irn, 1 111 Miller St , above Punch
TO LET Cottages oft School St. nr.
Nuunmi. $15 nnd $17. On Insane
Aslum road. $12 50 and $6.50. 1
i: 11 Strnuc.li, 32 Campbell block,
310 Fort St. 20311m
TO LET Itoomy bath tub. with cither
hot or cold water nnu all modern
Improvements, 'all nt Silent Bar
bcr Shop. 2019 tf
FOR RENT Largo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms. Fort St House, cor Vine
j aril 205S1W
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
rulto with privilege of light house
keeping. 714 Fort St. 2058 lm
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite large,
rooms, table board If desired
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms rcn3onnbIo. 1930 tf
LOST A black alligator pocketbook
containing $10, papers and receipts,
between Iloretnnia and Nimanii or
Emma or Vineyard. Stamped V J.
Gallagher Inside. Finder return
Ing same to this olllco can Keep
monev 2s lw
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have stock
sufili icntly Insured Honolulu In
vestmtnt Co. represent four of the
stiongcst fire Insurant o companies
FOUND The Canton Marino Insur
ance Office. Ltd., nt Honolulu In
vestment Co 2051-tf
8uraons, Physicians and Dentists.
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
IlEMOVLD to new oince, 1140 Ala
kea Street, opp. Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5-30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to i
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
optica, Mit j.
Hoxtot II A M TO I. PM 1
I TO 5 P. M i J TO t P. M.
SUNDAYS tl-t P
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. WALL, D.D.S.
l-ove Building. Fort 8treot
Hours, 9 to 4. Tclephono Main 320
E. T. DREIBR
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared. - Dealer
in Electric Supplies,
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Bldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
EL W. Quinn,
Patronufie ol Owners, Architects
unci Uulldcrs Hollclteil.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
WHEN THEY WERE MADE.
Rev Dr Samuel Parkes Cadman,
pastor of the Central Congregational
Church, Ciooklyn, tells a story of a
patriotic small boy In his Sunday
school, whom ho calls "Little (IcorgK
Ills teacher had told tho class of tbr
things that Cud had n rated at the be
ginning, nnd then suddenly turned to
the tiny youngster.
' What did flod make on the rouith
dav, (jeiirgle'" Inqulied the tiitui
Now the boy's thoughts weio cen
tried on a now and beautiful flag his
father had Just purchased, so Instead
cif the expected
answer, "Tho sun
moon and stars,'
"Tho Stars and Stripes "
Involuntnrlly tho teacher smiled, and
tho Utile man tried when sho said he
"Well," ho replied. Indignantly, "If
Ho didn't iiial.o 'cm, who did?"
Postage on the Bulletin's special In
dustrlat edition la three cents to all
parts of the) States.
A. G. CORREA Attorney at law; f8
Merchant St., next to postolflco; Tol.
F. M, DROOKS ..itornoy; rooms 9 10,
Sprcckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344,
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kna
liumnnu St ; Tel. :S1 Main.
. M. DAVIDSON Attorney at Law,
lug Kaahumnnu St
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
Ian . Knnhiminmi St
, M. LONG Office
hide : Tel Main 21
KING ST. SHAVING PARLOrlS
King St opposite the You, s build
'i g. thiee harheis In Utcndanco.
Chnr.f Molteno, proprietor
E. J. WALKER Coffeo Broker; room
4. Spreckcls bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St., opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD A LANGSTON Contract,
ors and llulldcrs; lloS Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. I
Fine carriages, wagons, harness
nnd whips, llcrctnnln near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
1 ELkS BUILDING, C10 Milter Street,
THE KASH CO.. LTD. Two stores.
23-27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Fort & Hotel.
COLLECTIONS AND MDJUSTMENT.
1 H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.; Com
1 merclnl Law nnd Adjustment Agcn
' cy; rooms 10-10 Magoon bid. i'oi. 328.
DR. ALBERT E.
1154 Alnkea St
; offlco hours, 9 to 4
DR. DERBY Fort nnd Hotel Sts.; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B. HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
lego 92; Masonic Temple; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smlth bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. in.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Bcretanla St.;
offlco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. BEAKBANE Cam engraving and -stamping:
room 2. i. .10 bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY f
llllil Gf n,,M U'nvnrlnv 1,11.- T,1
021 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'cl.
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Baggago express
and drnyago; Tel. White 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; ofilce, 1313 Wil
der Ave ; Tel 3441 Blue.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St, near Kukul tliocerlcs,
Fruits nnd Tobaccos.
GOEAS Bcretanla near Emma
i Tel. 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St., Orphcum bile;
Tel. 081 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Wnlklkl of Emma St.
PADDY AND DADDY.
The tolonel, or "Old Daddy." as he
was usually called, had a habit of
strolling around the cumps at most un-
sensonnblo hours. Sentries had to bo
continually on tho nlort. for nothing
would have given "Old Daddy" gieat-
er satisfaction than to have pcumcnl
on some luckless one who might think
tho midnight bonis suitable ror a .pilot
Paddy Iliannlgan made that mis
taku once There In tho quiet moon
light ho sat, all unconscious ot the
colonel's piesence, his illle laid ng.ilivit
the tent, himself burled In slumber.
Gently the illlo was lilted fiom its
place. But homo good nngel awoko
l'nddy In tlmo to seo tho colonel mak
ing his way to the guaid tent. Buddy
missed his rlflo at once, nnd followed
tho colonel with tho caution of a pial
Outside tho guard tent stood tho
wooden rack wnlch held the rifles of
the guard, and Into It "Old Daddy
placed Paddy 'b rifle, himself entering
tho tent to call tho seigeant In charge.
jnis was runny s opportunity. im
grabbed his rllle, nnd was back at his
post In nn Instant. Tho colonel
brought the sergeant outside and or-
del ed him to count the rifles,
"All correct, sir, said tho Bergcant.
Nothing or tno sort, inero is an
-uu .in..- .i.. .......
'""I ' ' r "', , ... ....
I beg jour pardon, sir, but tno
number Is qulto correct," ugnln leplled
the somewhat amazed Bergcant.
Come with mo como with mo this
liiBtnut, nnd I'll booh let you bee what
"Halt! who goes there?" inng out
clear and sharp fli tho night air Horn
tho now wideawake Paddy.
This wns more than "Old Daddv'
had ever ill earned of. For a moment
ho was paialyzed. Then he march-i'
stmlght up to i Paddv gazed Into I,',
sweetly Innocent face, and, with a
"Well, I'm bloweil, lumen on ins iicmm
"Do jou ever wish ou woro a girl?
asked tho visitor who wns waiting in
tho reception room
Only nt Christmas tlmo," nnswwrccl
tho boy, who was lingering In tho
Why do you wish It, then?"
"Ilecnuso of tho Blockings they
wear," was tho prompt reply. Chi
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. V. McDon
nld. Kort St , opp. Club Stables.
HAHNLaS ANU BALULERY.
IMANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd Kins Sis.; Tol, Main 228. 1. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS 8HOP Fort
I St opp. Club Stnbies; P O box 731,
REI3 A, QUINN King St.. near Fort;
Tel 290 Main.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler nnd
watchmaker; 630 Kort St., Lovo
I bldg , latest In novelties,
I at tho PANTHEON SALOON
St. nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1021 Borctn
.ELLIS' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
I Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alnkea St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, Lovo bldg., Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLOR8
Tho latest in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 2C4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. noxt to Lovo
bldg.; cholcn lino of new millinery,
trlmmlniTR. efe ntrnnt for Tllltlerlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN minting and paper-
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye. Ear, Noso and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alnkea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGIN3 Eyo. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakca
St, lately occupied by Dr. Murray
ofilce hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., C.K1,
-520 Bcretanla Ao.; Tel. llluo 3551.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
1 Bcretanla Ave; Tel, llluo 821.
, JUDD & CO., LTD. Building lots mil
j residences for salo; 307 Stangen-
wald bldg ; Ttl. 223 .inin.
M. G. SILVA Agent for real estate
also to grant mnrrlago licenses;
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Mnln 115.
PRIMO BEER Is good If It Is kept
right. Try It. nt tno PANTHEC
AMY LENNON Stenography
typewriting; 13 Kanhumanu SL
IE. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nil
I uanu. Felt, straw, pnnamn hats
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing; Elks bldg, 010 Miller St.
GROTE &. CRAMER Tailoring and
repairing, Union, near Hotel St.
J. W. A. REDHOUSE Watch nnd
ehronnmetpr maker: 79 Merchant St.
"There, there, there'" exclaimed tlis
,vlfo of tll0 rcaistlc novelist, ns sh
, ,. . ,. . ,,,,, .. ,,
---- ' . .. " """'
pIcKotl up her howling offspring,
"Did muzle's precious llttlo lainh
think she had deserted him?"
Aft,. ,10 ,,,, ,,, hm Bhc tlrn.
cd (o 1Cr Illlllban(, nn(, asUeil:
I "lll.l in tmvn n (,.r,ll,t,. Mm., villi.
Wllllo whllo I was out?
"Oh, no," leplled the author, with n
glad smile. "I vvnR veiy much Inter-
pst0(j j jmi
never befoio niado a
study of how a baby ciles, and I have
secured some Inteiestlng notes. I
have dlscoveied Just how a bnbv cries
when lonely. A tow minutes after ou
went out he began to whine softly to
himself, and to waudvi about as If
looking for some one. Then he let
out a yell. When I spoke to him and
asked him what was the matter ho
(hew down tho coiners of his mouth
and began to cry In earnest. Tho
soundH ll0 mailo woro nl, aratlons of
tll0 ,owoig altogetner devoid of con-
ut ,m,,iiwi f ..rvtn,. i tr. ...
from folr t0 bcCn sharp, balking " clean owing to constant water, er
,mlnil8. ...,. (1.w nui.ic. deenlupon a careful examination It will lie
, ... . .. . .... . ,- .-
ttiti, ,H muti, uimost perfectly round.
uieuiii nnu yen ai tun iop oi nis voici
r,om tlmo t0 t(mo ll0 vare,i tnia per -
lormance uy homing nis bream as if
ciiompk, nnu wnen no uiu. noi only nu
fnro i,,,. nven i... B,in ,. red
,.Anij ,,, BlU tllcro nml took notcSi
'von brute' I'll nnvcr leave our daillm!
with such a cold-blooded man again.
As she said this she gatheied up the
pet of mo household nnd flounced
fiom the loom In a huff
The icilUtlc novelist took n couple
of turns about the room, smiling sottly
o himself In the meantime and then
Mopped heroic a minor ami winked nt
himself In a way that suggested that
,., nr,r ,, ),,, llBll Blmm ,,(.en
elnliii? n tlever little romonclng thnt
would Bavo him from being left In
charge of tho baby In futuio -Chlcagl
.mm imdmr' mm i
I my rfMMMKKBB.(MWKiqiPMBMMi;
mmn wmtemKf smmm
l'lioto by Stein, Milvoukee.
The new jnxtuinster general Is n wealthy buslnesi man of Mllwnukco
.mil has been for xcvciul jemn vice chaliniuh of the Ileptibllcnn national
imunltk'e. He Is c intlve of Mnssiii bluetts nnd Ik fifty eight jenrs of njre.
IW1LH WASH HOUSES
Following Is the report of Plumbing
Inspector Keen on tho Government
wash houses at Iwllel, which was
crowded out of the Bulletin yesterday
Honolulu, H T January 29, 1902. I
Dr. II. C Sloggett, President Board of
Sir'. Pursuant to jour Instructions
for a report upon the sanltnry condi
tion of the wash houses at Iwllel, af'er
a careful examination of the same I
beg leave to submit the following
As jou arc well awaie, these ujnh
houses lonslst of two 2-stoiy wooden
htructures each about 350 feet long b
IS feet square, the lower Moors us,ed lm
washing clothes, the upper floors i -,-d
for sleeping moms bj the vmlous Chi
In the lower rooms 1 find a cempet
floor running the whole length of tha
building with a gutter some 0 Intlie
deep bj 10 Inches wide upon one ski-
to carry off the wash water: the bal
ance of the floor, sonic eight feet wide
Is of wood, raided about one foot above
the cement floor
I have examined the wood of thlj
floor and find It In fairly good coali
tion, hut the Joists, sleepers and the
l.nnr.1. n. Iho -Mr., nf ll.o lmllrilna
particularly that side that the ccnieut
floor Is upon, as also the partitions be
tween the various rooms for a dlsUao
of some five feet up, are all lotted lu
some cafes ate entirely gone, paitlci
iarly where they come In contact wif.
the wet cement floor.
I have also examined the variou.'
tubs nnd tables used In washing, .iui'
find the same In a highly insanit.it
condition, j condition that cannot be
remedied too soon, as theie Is haidlv
A wholo tub or table In ntij of these
rooms, the are so lotted that In iuj::
cases onlj the outer shell Is left; tl.e
tubs and tables are never dry. I wUh
partluilarl to call jour attention tc
the condition of these tubs and table
for lu my Judgment, theieln Ilea ..
source of great danger.
The gutter In the cement floor re
ferred to Is full of filth, which seeing cc
have been there for a long period. Up- '
on Inquliy I find that the only flushing
this gutter gets Is the throwing of
dirty water upon the floor, which U
surrosed to clean It out, but which
owing to the small quantity throw l
upon the flo::' at any one Umc, signal
ly falU to do its duty.
The upstairs of the various 18 bj lj
divisions are used for sleeping pur
poses, and 1 found In one loom ai
many us twelve sleeplm; places, thess
rooms have vcr Utile light nnd leji
ventilation 1 find also upon the wal
Kikl bide of this building about 30 feet
fiom one of them a lllthy stream ol
water supposed to be affected by tide
filled with all sorts of filth fiom til
cans to dead dogB. j
As a summary of the conditions a
the now exist, I need hardl.v point out
to jou that I Unci them highly Insai.l- '
tary, and they cannot be lomeiHe'
too soon when It Is remembeied that
the soiled clothes of most ot tho In
habitants of this city go there to l,
cleuned, for while the wood work ir
these liotibes appears on the surface ti.
t r , 1 n..Al. n ... .. ...-., . .. nn.l. ..
r loiiiiu iu oucii u diwii; ui luitLuncnn iimi
It looks as If It was about to collapse,
l8nd while the tables and tubs look
clean on the suiface. the) aie a mas
f corrunt on and rottenness
The buildings being in such n state,
it Is quite difficult to say Just what
would be the least espensive method
to puisne to be rid ot the above con
ditions. A radlcul rieasure and one
that In the cud u ill bo the wisest.
Is the removal of thee hoiucs eiitlrc-
lepluilng them with houses of uue
btoiy In height the sides a
tl(mi, tQ i,D corrugated Iron
,() ,10 u)att(, ftlth ablna,tllm
of wood, the bides nnd partitions to
be raise I from tha ground Bay threu
inchib which would do away with all
wood woik that could become contami
nated by dirty water fiom soiled
lotheb and the iron could be washed i
down with clean hot watci, but owing
Get your orders In for the special
Industrial edition. The second edition
s now ready for distribution. Price
to the state of public funds, this mcth-
od may he out oi me qucsnon; uui u
seems to me the least that can be done
First, remove nil wood work of
description fiom the floor, by cuttlni
aw a the outside walls up to the sleep
eis, and resting thee and tho wooden
uprights upon stone or concrete foun
dations, cover the wood work upon
the sides of the building for a distance
of say five feet up w Ith either felt w Ith
at coating of asphaltum applied hot,
or covering them with galvanized lioi
Second, lemove all wooden parti
tions In the lower floors, and Instead of
wood (If there mint be partitions),
hnve them of corrugated Iron, raised
up three lrehes fiom the floor.
Thlid. have the gutter In the cement
floor which i mis the length of each
"use cI?aneQ out thoroughly, nt least
ouce a ilav. for the filth that accumu
lates there Is also a source of great
danger, for It Is the dirt from dlrtj
Fourth, remove such of the tubs and
tables which, after an Inspection, jou
And unfit for use. substituting new
j ,, ., ., ,
J"1"1; a" l"vse "lus uul" ul" a" "v"
. houl1d1 be Palmei1 lusldc "llh EOme
Fifth, raise all tubs and tables from
the floors and stand them upon con
crete, or bilcks might answer, tho bot
toms of the tubs should not come In
contact with the wet floor This, too,
' would give ventilation and stsv de-
( a j .
I Sixth, piohiblt any one fiom uslii
the uppei flooi-i foi sleeping purposes,
1 or if this Is not piactlcable. limit the
number foi each loom to throe persons
And flnall.v . but not the least by any
means, have the so called stream of
water on the Walklkl side of these
buildings cleaned and th cmass ot dlit
of eveiv decilptlon around and In
these buildings cleaned up and carted
away to the gaibage pile to be burned.
The cost of the last abovo sttggestej
Improvement will not exceed $1300
1 deslie alio to call jour attention to
the j aid between the two wash houses,
an open space, some 350 feet long by
130 feet wide. This yatd Is used for
drying clothes, and Is covered heis
and theie with lotten boauls to pro
tect the grond fiom the dilpplngs from
the wet elo'.;...s. 'I ncso boaids, iii
well as t:-s ground, ato never diy and
,,erve no good purpose, for the ground
liudci them Is also wet. I need liurdlj
i.tv that thoe wet buaids and giottli'l
aie j soune of great danger to the
public health, and should bo removed
at onee For this jaid I should lecom
mend a iove-!ns of say three Inches of
macadam, with a coating jf ono and
cme-hnlf Inches of bitumen well rolled.
Stalled to a stone gutter six Indies
wide In the ceutet to inn tho entlic
length of the aid, said gutter to be
laid In cemeut, or If the public fundi
will uot penult, In lieu of till j. the
aul should at least be macadamized,
having a grade to the gutter above ic
feireil to ThN gutter would carrv off
a n i drlpplngss fiom clothes to the sea
Jtid It would be also serviceable lu c.ir
f'S off the wutei after rain, whereas
such watei now lies In puddles to be
,l,f,t,l,t,il,i thn ini. , ,l,n .. I,,r I,
- r j .m;0 wi m ot,, m,,,,,
does not at all times strike the giound
It being shaded by the clothe which
ate hung up to dtv eveiy day.
' An nppiovdnute cost of the rbnve
.will be foi bituminous tock, 22 tenia
per 6quaio foot, macadam, 0 wnts per
Tho above susgested Impruvenients
seem to me to be Imperatl' e. 1 Leg
leave to aj that nothing li'ieln Is In
tended as a letleitlou on au.vone, as I
am well auiue that It Is next lo bn-
possible tu nuke this lm of Ablatio
keep their suiioundliigs clean; but .if
ter these piemlses aie put In snap.) r.inl
cleaned up both Inside an'! outside
btieuUQiij efioit, should he male lo
kn tliPltl , in in m In nun ,icn no I,.
il.ieis. nem.,1 vMllance Is llu, i.,l,e of
oaf etj ,
i:. o ki:i:n.
Agent Boa'd of Pllnlth
The weekly edition of the Evenlno
Bulletin Is the largest ana best nub -
llshed In the Territory. Sixteen and
SANTOS DUMONT MAKES
ANOTHER GOOD RECORD
Shows His Balloon to Be Fully Un
der Control Steered in
Any Direction With
New York, Jan. 28 A cable to tho
World from Monte Carlo says: Santos
Duniont uiailo two trips out over tho
water In his newest dirigible balloon
todny going far out to sea on his sec
ond trip, nnd eclipsing nil of his for
mer achievements. In the great crowd
that saw the experiments todny, nnd
who warmly congratulated the aeno
naut when ho landed, were the Km
rress F.ugcnle and Archdukes Ferdi
nand nnd Otto of Austria. The weath
er conditions were porfect.
At 10 30 o'clock the gates of the acr
dromc swung open nnd the airship ap
peared Santos Dumont mounted tho
car and, the ropes being disengaged,
the ship rose about twenty feet Then
the motor was set working, and, mov
ing upward slowly at first, but ever
growing swifter, tho ship sailed out
over the bay with the guide rope trail
ing In tho sea. After a time the ship's
speed was curbed and It poised abovj
ward. Tho aeronaut had stopped her
to adjust tho balance and arrange tho
trailing rope, and this done, tho motor
was put In action again, and off went
the nlr ship nt a rattling pace. The
jacht Varuna nnd n Government
launch followed In Its wake.
Describing n circle. Santos Dumont
headed for home, nnd, nfter having
been In the nlr for fifteen minutes,
alighted safely at the starting point,
where an enthusiastic crowd awaited
Still better was the second trip,
made after luncheon. This time San
tos Dumont went right out to sen and
performed Innumerable evolutions,
showing his complete control over tho
mschlne rlslnc. descending, turning,
stopping and darting nhead Again
every movement was carried out with
astounding case. Then he turned In
land onco more, soaring over tho Ca
sino nnd castle nnd finally alighting,
after nn nbsence of about half an hour,
to receive the renewed congratulation
of the spectators. The tilals were l'
every respect a magnificent success,
and Santos Dumont Is greatly pleased.
Ho will continue his trial trips dally,
so ns to thoroughly test the all ship
before undertaking the Corslcan Jour
ney. FIGHT AGAINST CUBA
Washington, oJan. 28. The Cuban
reciprocity hearings were lesumed to-i
day beforo the Ways and Means Com!
niltteo of the House with delegations'
representing the beet sugar Industry ot
Colorado and a number of Cubans,
representing the planters of the Island,
K. 51. Carey of Colorado spoke of the
development of the beet sugar Indus
try of Colorado and Its bright pros
pects. If not endangered by Cuban con-
. natn..n .. 1.1. I. l.n ....I .. l.t
irsi-iuus, Miiiiu lie it&ae-iieu, nuiiiu 1 1
i dotind to the great ndvantago of the
Amerlinn Sugar Refining Company.
Tho piesenl movement, hu said, was
ontv another chapter In the Inevitable
conflict between the domestic sugar
pioducers of this country und the rn
flnlng company, the lattci seeking to
crush the former.
Representative Hopkins of Illlnoh
said Carey's assertion ot. Injury to the
beet sugar was only nn assumption,
and ho expressed the belief that a re-,
ductton could bo made of a certain per
centage without destroying the beet
sugar Industry. .
Representative Dulzell and Represen
tative Grosvenor took part in the dis
cussion, stating that tno Injury to tho
domestic producers had been shown by
Caiey nnd other witnesses. Grosvenor
lemaiked that any one could see this
lesult who could put two and two to
gether I". B. Xlachado, head oT the delega-,
tlon of Cuban planters, und a number
of other Islandeis presented the cause
of the Cubans, declaring that conces
sions were necessary to preserve tho
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tnko Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money If It
falls to cure. K. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
"Nlagaia Tho Scene of Prlluii3
Feats" is the title of an article In file
February Cosmopolitan which tellj the
stoty of the many who have year after
j ear gone to Niagara seeking notoriety
or death. From the earliest elavs
Nlagaia has been the Mecca of those
i i,0 valued their lives lightly, and the
i story of Sam Patch. Illnndln r,-in
I n .. . .. . . .. '
speiieruia, tho Jealous Ballenls nt'
tempt lo cut the cablo on which his ri
val was pel form Ing over the teething
Whirlpool Haplds, Peter Nlssen's ill
fated "Fool-Killer," and Captuln
Webb's last swim, Is carried down tu
Mis. Tnjlor, tho only survivor 9f a
trip over the great Tails.
Bulletin. 7Bn ner month.
Sealed enders will bo received bv
the Superintendent of Public Works
until 1 p in. of Monday. March 31st.
' i?"?' f.!' fj" "nB tlio Hawaiian Gov-
v. mkiuiii cum iiuj. x-ipw, opeciui Liisi-
Lead, Hjdrants, and
Specifications on fllo In offlio
Supeilntondont of Public Works
Tho Superintendent of Public
Woil.s reserves tho llEht to relect nnv
P1' n" u1Jb'
1 JAMI-.S II. BOYD
Sunerlntcnucnt of Public Works.
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