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KVENINQ DULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, JAN. 18, 1006.
The Llllle Ads with the Big Results
Boo PiifO 8, NHW TO-DAY, for New Ads.
HOUSE On Vineyard St
IIOUSB On Beach at Walktkl.
OFFICES In Watty Building.
SVABKHOUSKS On Quoen Street,
nnd Unimproved Proper
Utraici In all rarta of the City.
DISIIOP & CO..
Ucct cattlo for sale at Ka-
liukii Ilanch, Kan, Ha
ul!. 321 2tf
Flno corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two mln
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. P., this office.
Desirable mountain residence. A cot
tage nnd ntnplo grounds desirably
located on Tantalus. Apply to J. O.
Second-hand Smith Premier typewrit'
cr. In good condition, lnqulro 81ns
it Sowing Machine Store, Alakca SL
Pinkham Has Plans
READS REPORT TO BOARD OF HEALTH
At yesterday's meeting of tho Board a Btoam cnelncer and watchman, thus
of Health President Pluklmm submit ! making a total of eighty-two men.
tml n nlfln nlallni, In MnvarnmAnl fl la ..IIm.i.j ,1.1. ...il.k !. n.i.1
-. - ....... .up, w uw. v....i , iw ,o CBkiiiiaLirii ill.- I'ui ic num. auu .
I much more, can lie done by fifteen cm-!
wash houses as follows
To tho Members of the Board of
I call your attention to the Govern
ment laundries and wash houses.
Sections 10C3. 1UC4, 10CC of the Re
vised Laws of the Territory of Hawaii
ftuthorlzo the erection of laundries and
n ash house by tho Department of
ployces In the machinery department
rnd that unquestionably ten laundry
men would be able to do all the balanco
of the work now performed by tho
This Government laundry could bo
used by .anyone ol whatever nationality
In qvantltlcs, sprouted coconnuts from
one to two years old. Apply It. G,
Box 40, I.lliuo. Kauai. SICC-lm
Cheap Homo near Pnrlc, Walklkl.
Address. It 8. K.. Bulletin,
to let. professionalIards
J 1-2 story residence, 121" Matlock nvc.
1 bdr.. dec. wire mi.- lil.x k from 2 PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON.
car lines; good lcalli; $20 p. m.
P. K. R. Strnu. h Walty Illdg., 74 3. EDWARD ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY-
..,, aC0tf SICIAN AND 8URQEON. HOTEL
lung "' STREET. OFFICE HOURS: 8 TO 11
Furnished room, good locality, suitable A .. M.; 3 TO 5 P. M. 7 TO 8 IN EVEN-
for housekeeping or 2 gentlemen, At INQi SUNDAYS, 9 TO 10 A. M
7&J Bcrctanla St. 3270-lw 3.80-3ni
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply DENTIST.
Wont Kwti, Smith 8t., mauka Hotel
3071-tf A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
4 . BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Cteapcit. coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lane, '
3222-tt VETERINARY 8URGEON.
..ly tarnished mosquito proof rooms. k,nORrTR0WATt,?i: blue 3101
Al M Vineyard St. 2728-tf 777 KINQ 8T' TEL' DLUE 3101'
enraltaed rooms at 1223 Emma street LAWYER.
LOS" I ,
On Itopld Transit car between Wal
IM Turn nnd Walkll.l, nn Aloha
Temple fex Kinder return to this
otllco for reward. 3271-tf
Femalo wblto fox terrier, long tall. Re
turn I). II. Kelllua, Tort St. opp. old
Normal School. 3273-2W
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 8TAN
Public Works ond prohibit laundry in tho laundrying of articles for hire.
keeping or washing for hire, except In Estimates and figures do not always
buildings provided by the Government, prove accurato In practlco. I believe,
under tho penalty of a fine of fifty dot however, tho following cstimats aro
lars for each offense. Tho portion of approximately correct nnd disclose tho
Honolulu affected by this act is within financial advantages.
n circuit of threo miles from the June- PRESENT EXPENSE.
lion Of Nmianu nnd King streets. Rental of 35 rooms at $17 each
Section 10C5 Revised Law a stipulates per month $ 593.00
' Such laundries and wash houses when Joy roll of 80 men at S2D tier
irected shall be under tho supervision month 2,320.00
snd control of tho llo.ird of Health." Materials (excluding starch)
From time to time I have personally! estimated 143 00
visited and Inspected most thoroughly I ,
the Government wash houses. Total J3.OC0.O0
Wo havo used all possible authority I
to keep tho rooms In n tmnltnry condl- POSSIBLE EXPENSE IN A
tlon, but the difficulties nro Inherent, i NEW PLANT.
The only remedy Is tho construction 5 employees In uiachlno dc-
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
Jet brooch, leaf shaped,
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
itc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub-'-hlna
S3 a load
Best black sand from S3 to
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
King, Maunakea St ; P. O. box 820.
Telephone Main 39G.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uemura dyes (any color) and cleans
ciotnes; repairs mcjcics nnu iur
nishes employees. 20 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 537 Boretanla St. .
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Offlco,
cor. I'ensacola and Bcrctanla. I
Umbrellas rtcalred and brass polish
ing. Takata, 1284 Fort St.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
tc manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Mrs. Hodgson. Teacher of Piano, or
gan .nutoharp and Blnglng. Over 20
years' experience In England, New
Zealand and FIJI. Quick progress
with thorough training. Well-marked
time, correct fingering and sym
pathetic expression, carefully taught.
Rcsldcnco with Mrs. Ganzei, corner
Fort and Vineyard strcotB.
Mr. Jas, Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to tho piano warorooms
of h. E. Thayer & Co., 158 Hotel St..
opposite Ysung Hotel. All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Flno Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
Go and see Wong Kau for lock, gun
smith nnd general repairing. Nun
aim betw. Merchant and King Sts,
MONEY TO LEND.
On jewelry and merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn 5o Hotel and Ifnlon.
hlim Jnu Priming at The Bulletin
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St.
cor nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shoo. 1111 Fort St.
apmmnnnm m wn mm mmmmg
1 Fresh Meats 1
Z Fresh meats required for your daily use, ;
C You will find at YEE HOP'S in profuse. 3
The old saying is, the best is cheapest; ;3
We have the cheapest, best and freshest. S
Call on us and get your money's worth, 3
Then with the wise you will have a berth. j
E C. Q. YEE HOP & Co. 3
MEAT MARKET -;
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Weekly Bulletin $1 Pep Year
ond equipment of a now building, plan
ncd on totally different lines than tho
The Legislature of 1905 provided for
At the request of several officials I
have mado a study of tho situation and
subject and now present my sugges
tions to you with tho request, should
they meet with your approval, copies
to forwarded to tho Superintendent of
Public Works nnd the Board of Super
visors of the County of Oahu for their
ltJs well to hear In mind that wo
live In a tropical cllmato whero fre
quent changes of clothing aro neces
sary for comfort and health and that
laundrying Is a most perplexing Item
)! cxpenso In most households.
Since tho Oovornment has deemed It
ucccbsary and wise to control laundry
ing It would seem proper nnd within
Us functions, that It should require tho
latest, most sanitary and economical
-levlccs nnd methods to bo employed
In the future.
THE BUILDINGS RECOMMENDED.
Tho sketch herewith presented was
detailed by tho courtesy of tho Von
Hamm-Young Co., Ltd., from a ground
plan submitted by myself. Tho build
ing Is designed to bo1 entirely of con
rrcto with an Iron roof, tho only wood
to be used to be tho roof trusses, win
dow and door frames and doors.
It contains a boiler and englno room,
20x30 feet, and one great machine
and sorting room, 187 foot long by 30
to 50 feet vt Ide. All corners are to be
rounded, so there will bo no chance for
dirt to lodge. Tho floor is to bo of con
vrcto laid with expanded metal. Drain,
igo will bo perfect. All surfaces are
lo be highly finished.
THE MACHINERY RECOMMENDED.
Ono 1U0 horsepower boiler and one
10 horsepower englno with necessary
Fifteen washing machines of various
Ono starch cooker.
Forty suitably nrinngcd sorting ta
VIus, each 4 x 10 feel, and to be of high
ly finished concrete placed on galvan
ized Iron ptpu frames.
Trucks, wash bags, ftc, &c.
WASHINH IN CANVAS BAG.
Each table is to bo assigned to an In
dividual lnuiidryman, or laundry, for
the necessary time per week. To tho
table, as now to tho wash house, he Is
to bring tho articles to bo washed. It
Is now. the custom to mark or tag each
article and to sort lu some degree lie
toro delivering to the Government
It is proposed that all articles shall
bo properly graded by tho Individual
laundrymen under the oversight of In
rpeclors that each grade belonging to
each laundryman shall bo placed In a
etrong, coarso mesh canvas bag or
bags; that each bag shall bo number
ed; that a receipt shall bo given for
each bag when delivered to the wash
ing machines or attendants; that ac
cording to the operation necessary tho
bags shall bo. delivered to the washing
machines nsslgned to that paitlcular
When tho washing Is completed tho
hugs nro to bo transferred to tho ex
tractors and tho articles dried therein.
When dried tho bags nro to bo return
ed to the piopcr sorting table from
whence they camo, and tho receipt tak
en up. This method is lu dally use, Is
practical and efficient, avoids all de
tail or responsibility for slnglo arti
cles, and, amplified as suggested abovo
renders the establishment of a govern
ment .uptodato cleansing plant possi
ble, dcslrublo and economical.
Collects bis articles from his cus
tomers, marks or tags thorn, sorts them
at his placo of business or as Indicated
nbove, transfers them to the Govern
ment wash houso, delivers and re
ceives the articles In bags, when wash
ed and received ho examines them on
tho sorting table, and Is there provid
ed with fixed faculties for perfecting
tho cleansing of any spots needing spo-
pnrtment, pay roll per mo.) 915.00
10 laundrymen nt sorting ta
bles, average 30 each per
Fuel, water and materials.... 475.00
As to what division of this saving
should bo made I think It Is not In
cumbent on me to suggest, nor to Indi
cate how far the system could be ex
Tho cost of the machinery Installed
end ready to be operated would, on a
liberal estimate, bo (Including new
steam and power plant). I12.9C9.99.
Tho cost of tho building would UO
less than the appropriation mado by
the Legislature, Session of 1905, for
new Government waBh houses.
Probably a conference between tho
Department of Public Works and tho
Board of County Supervisors of Oahu
would lead to somo practical arrange
ment for funds, should tho abovo out
lined scheme meet with their approval.
Tho Board of Health Is Interested
only from a sanitary and health point
Tho planB wero thoroughly approved
by tho Board.
Another Kona war, In which Mrs.
Atcherly also plays a leading part, was
discussed at the meeting of the Board
of Health yesterday. President Pink
ham reported on tho matter as fol
I present herewith a petition of Da
vid Alawa and others requesting a
change of Government Physician In
the district of Kona.
As Mr. Alawa mentions tho name of
Iho physician they dcslro substituted
the petition Is open to suspicion.
The troubles In Kona are of too re
cent a date and within your memory
so I need not enlarge on them.
The authority of the Board and Its
present representative In Kona should
in my opinion be upheld.
The petition stated tho following
grievances: Goodhue charged the
poor too high fees: ho arrested too
many leper suspcctB, and his treat
ments wero not satisfactory. They
stated that the poor had had to form
n club through which they obtained
cheaper treatment by Dr. Atcherly
They asked that Dr. Atcherly bo suu
ftltoted for Dr. Goodhue. Tho petition
was signed by 240 persons.
Dr. Goodbuo wrote refuting nil tho
charges. He stated that tho petition
had been signed by 240 persons, Includ
ing the names of many women and
children. Tho petition had been circu
lated by Mrs. Atcherly nnd many sig
natures on it had not been placed there
by the bearers of these names.
On motion by Wayson, tho petition
was tabled, the vote being unanimous.
President Pinkham In bis report
rubmlttcd this plan:
It occurs from time to tlmo persons
aro examined by Government physi
cians In the various districts In refer
ence to their being afflicted with tho
disease leprosy and are-found non-sus.
Heretofore no record has been kept
of such cases. I request tho Board to
authorize Its President to furnish
forms similar to that presented here
with and to require Government phy
sicians to transmit their findings to
the Board so tho samo persons may bo
freo from successive examinations,
should tho attention of Its officers bo
called again to tho samo person, unless
there should nppear special grounds
Of Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the
Great Woman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.
No other femalo medicine. In the world has received such widespread and
No other mediclno lias such a record of cures of femalo troubles or such
hosts of grateful friends as haH
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. '
It will entirely euro the worst forms of Femalo Complaints, nil Ovarian
Troubles, Inflammation and Ulceration. Falling and Displacement of tho
Womb, and consequent Spinal Weakness, and Is peculiarly adapted to tho
Change of Life.
It has cured more coses of Rackacho and tcueorrhrca than any other rem
edy tho world has ever known. It Is almost Infallible In such coses. It
iltnHoIves and expels tumors from Uio Uterus In an early atago of de
ity quickly yield to It. Womb troubles, causing pain, weight and backache, In
Irreirular. Sunnrcsscd or Painful Menstruation. Wcnkness of tho Stomach.
Indigestion, Bloating, Flooding, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debit.
htantly relieved nnd permanently cured by its use. Under nil circumstances It
invigorates the femalo svstem, nnd Is ns harmless as water.
it quickly removes that llcnrlng-down Feeling, extreme, lassitude, "don't
care" ami " want-to-bo-lcft-olono" feeling, excitability, Irritability, nervous
ness. Dizziness, Falntncss, sleeplessness, llatulcncy, melancholy or tho " blues"
and headache. These are sure Indications of Femalo Weakness, or some de
rangement of tho Uterus, which this medicine always cures. Kidney Complaints
aud Backache, of either sex, the Vegetable Compound nlways cures
Those women who refuse to nccept anything elso nro reworded a hundred
thousand times, for they get what Uicy want a cure. Sold by Druggists
everywhere. Refuse all substitutes.
Annual reports of Central Union
church for 1905 were read lost even
ing. The estimate for running the
church this year had been figured at
(12,074. An appeal was made for more
Dr. Klncatd said the end of the year
found the church unimpaired In Its
ability to do good. Tho pastor dwelt
ipon tho lack of support, financially, of
many people. In tho church.
On January 1, 1905, there were 997
members. There wero 88 new mem
bers, making a grand total on January
I, 190C. of 1085.
W. O. Atwater, treasurer, reported
receipts amounting to $7501.38 and ex
penditures of $7477.08.
Johnathan Shaw, treasurer of the
Trustees, reported receipts amounting
to $11,653.75 and expenditures about
On motion of P. C. Jones, tho esti
mates of $12,674 for current expenses
(or tho trustees for 1906, was accepted.
Rev. Mr. Turner reported on Bible
and Sunday schools. The largest at
tendance on a single Sunday was 500,
Mrs. Scudder presented tho report of
the Woman'B Board of Missions. Tho
society collected $2,189.83 and disbursed
$1769.51, outside of special collections
inteii ror the Armenians and the run
dlta Ramabat fund.
The Hernial! Benevolent Society held
Its annual meeting esterday afternoon
at the oflk.es of II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
The following directors were elected to
(serve for 1900; F. A. Schatfer, presi
dent, Wm. I'fotenhauvr, vice president
and trustee; B, von Damm, treasurer;
John i. Eekhardt, secietary; H. J,
Nolle, auditor. Rev, W. Felmy was
appointed delegate to tho Associated
INCOME DURINO 1905.
Balance from 1904 x 310.21
Donation, Mrs. W. a. Irwin .. 500.00
Donation, Mr. Banning 225.00
Contributions, sundry dona
tions and Income from var
ious sources ,2,018.01
The following report of the Superin
tendent of tho Insano ABylum for tho
quarter ending December 31bI, was
read at tho Board of Health meeting
Sept. 30, 1905, number of patients. 175
Died Males 3
Net Increaso 9 9
Dec. 31st, 1905, number of patients. 181
On the favorable report of the Board
of Medical Examiners Drs. Martin
O'NcIl nnd Joseph U Howard wero giv
en licenses to practice.
The President In his report spoko on
the subject of disinfection as follows-
By considerable scheming we have
been enabled to provide a mounted
Btcam and power plant for spraying so
lutions for tho purpose of disinfection,
The pump is capalilo of supplying four
lines of hose.
It Is proposed to spray all places,
such as In our Judgment might harboi
certain germs of certain diseases, and.
In bo far as tho means of the Board al
low, remove any possibility of a recur
rence of contagious disease.
The public, should It note this ma
chine being hauled through the streets,
may rent assured it is no Indication
that there are cases of disease.
RESTORER AT 'FRISCO
The Society dqes not only support
Germans. A large number of United
States citizens of German descent wero
aided during the past year.
Thero Is a cash balance of $55.45 and
a deposit with Hackfald & Co. ot
rial nttpntlnn? hn ran Rtarch nrtlolPH
at tho table, It he so desires; he then $404.17,
removes ins wasu, oh now, to ma piace
ot business for Ironing and suitable de
livery to his customers,
FINANCES AND ECONOMY.
There aro now rented at tho old
Government wash houses thirty-five
looms at a rental of $17 each
Thero aro employed eighty men as The steamer W. G. Hall sailed yester
washormen at $7 per woek each (a day afternoon at 5 o'clock for Kauai Pshe took eight days to como from Hono-
low at ij). 'i no uoveriiuicnt employs J'oris. I lulu, Call,
Per O, & O. S. 8. Coptic. Jan. 17. for
the Orient. H. P. Butler, Walter Uns
een. Frank Vlda. M. Easan. Hans B.
Not since the Btenmer Sllvertown was
In this port with the cnble sho laid be
tween hero and Honolulu has thero
been In theso waters a vcsrel bo Inter-
citing' us tho British cable Btenmer He
itorer, which arrived yesterday from
Honolulu, says the Call. Tho Silver
tpwn las cables. Tho Restorer keeps
them In order,
The Restorer Is.equlpped with ft mill-'
tltudo of mysterious looking electrical
devices, and all of her officers and many
members' of her crew are practical en
gineers, with an extensive working ac
quaintance with the habits of the sub
marine table. The Restorer Is equip-
..cl with grappling machinery of great
..ov.-cr for hoisting the cable from Its
cccsn led In the event of a break or
tcr mlihan to tho great steel rope.
She has been on duty In tho vicinity
of Guam, but since April 24 until nine
uays ago she has been at Honolulu.
She has come here Bays Captain
Lorane, ner commander, to bo dry-
docked and to undergo an extensive
overhauling. She Is In need of general
repairs and local firms will be given
an opportunity to bid on the work. Tho
officers of the Restorer are prepared to
entertain friends on board, and during
tno vessels stay here on days to bo
named later. Tho public will be Invit
ed to inspect tho wonders of this well
equipped adjunct to all-ovcr-the-world
The Restorer carries twelve officers,
seven petty o racers and a crew of sev
enty-three men. She Is capable, when
clean, ot making seventeen lenots, but
Are You Aware Of The Fact
that electric Incandescent lights hardly heat the room the slightest
degree and much of an evening's enjoyment at home depends on this
Ever sit next to a kerosene lamp and try to enjoy a good book?
For the man who reads and for all others who care for comfort
In the home as well as convenience, reason points to the Incandes
cent electric light.
Hawaiian Electric Co, LtcL
Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
NOW WE'RE OFF ? Jj&C
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frtshstt tl
ISLAND MEAT8. Also, Garden Produce of ail kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ns, Turkeys, Sucking Pigs, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRST!
CLA83 MARKET It called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manaeer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. ' FORT 8T.. OPP. LOVE BLD
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Waler
A INew Man In Every Bottle.
I-OR 8ALH hVEHYWIIERn
McFARLAINE 5b Co., Sole Agents.
We have just received new supplies of
"Ushers 0. V. 6." Scotch Whesky
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt G Peacock & Co., Ltd,