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nVlININO nULI.OTIN,' HONOLULU, T. H.. THUR8DAY, FEU. 8190C.
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Kt- The Little Ads with Ihe Big Results
IKf. See Pno 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Add.
Hk SPECIAL NOTICES. FOR SALE.
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EM-,'" HOUSE On Vineyard St
f3Ek ' nODBB On Beach at Walktkl.
1JJB& OFFICES In Walty Building.
f, FOR SALE.
epBI tmproTCd and Unimproved Proper-
Sr9? Uontei In alt rarts of the City.
jm' i bishop & co.,
K Merchant Street.
2 xb i
.';, TO LET.
Furnished room, good locality, suitable
for housckecplnB or 2 gentlometi. At
7S3 Bcrctanla St. 3270-lw
Cottages In Chrlstly Lano. Apply
Wong Kwal, Smith St., roauka Hotel
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court. Adams lane.
rwly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
At 84 Vineyard St. 2728-tt
Screened room, good locality, $7.00. Art.
dress J. Bulletin. 32-ivj
Burnished rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnelL 2563
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
nWl,.D.a"V!,"Bm .fr'orelli. repaired and bras, polish
according to distance hauled. Coral
rocks for stable, roads and side
walks; firewood. Third door below
Kins. Mattnakea St: P. O. box 820.
"-" "";, ;. "" V , V
Tcler-hone Main 39G.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Fort St
DYEING AND CLEANING.
Uamura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nishes employees. 620 King St
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. S37 Bcretanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
kikl. General Employment Offlco,
i cor. Pcnsacola and Berctanla.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Muslo Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union drill.
Oo and see Wong Kau for lock, gun'
smith and general repairing. Nuu
.anu betw. Merchant and' King Sts,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
has moved to the piano warerooms
of L. E. Thayer & Co.. IBS Hotel St.,
oppoalto Young Hotel, All orders
for tuning promptly attended to.
Piano taunht In 6 months by expert
onccd teacher: $3 month (8 lessons) ;
special nttentlou to adult beginners.
Address Music, this offlco. 3230 tf
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
that suits everyone's taste Is the one
eerved by the
OPP. POLICE 8TATION.
18 MAKINQ A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP STREET.
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complcto summary of
tho news of the day. For SI a year.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
retc, manufactured by tho Bullotln Pub-'
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
Beef cattle for sale at Ka
huku Ilanch, Kau, 11a
ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
surrounded by river; good bathing;
Gr. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car lino. Bargain. Apply
to P. Ii. U. Btrauch, Ileal Estate, 7
b. King St., Walty Bldg. 3290-tt
Kino corner lot in Makikl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental, trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this office.
Pure PI j mouth Itoik eggs, and young
rhltkens one month old. Apply
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
Cheap Homo near Park, Walklkl,
Address 11. S. K Bulletin.
flooj gentlo milch cow.
On Rapid Transit car between Wal
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha
Templo fc. Finder return to this
office for reward. 3271-tf
Small bay horse, branded .N.; whlto
spot on forehead and 1 whlto hind
foot. Howard If returned to L. Todd,
311 Peck Avenue. 3293-lw
Position In n storo bv a vounc JaDanetf
i who lias hail experience and speaks
English well. Address P. 0. Box
Position as clerk In storo by
lady with experience.
An experienced shoo salesman. In
qulru Manufacturers' Shoo Co., Fort
slice t. 3300 tf
il "s. TBKaia, i:s iori au
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
EDWARO ARMITAQE, M. D., PHY
SICIAN AND SURQEON. HOTEL
.STREET. OFFICE HOUR8: 8 TO 11
A. M.J 3 TO 5 P, M.J 7 TO BIN EVEN-
inu, sunuATB, v iu lu A. iyi. ..
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101.
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 602 STAN
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR.
L. DE L. WARD,
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR,
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise. The J
Carlo Pawn Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds of
painting. All work guaranteed.
Enos Bros., Union abovo Hotel St
Fine Fire Wood
o FOR 8ALE o
I now have the ties of the Pacific
Heights Railroad, originally for sale by
Lord & Belser. These ties will make
A. C. MONTGOMERY
YARD, corner QUEEN & MILILANI.
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
Fi PAST OJUNt.1
At the meeting of the Board o(
Health yesterday the sanitary condi
tion of the city for the past Hires
months was reported on as follows:
During the month of October bW
complaints of nuisances were reported
Kortjtwo recommendations for hotel,
restaurant and lodglng-houso llcensea
were Issued and 1703 ptfeons can bo
lawfully lodged In the buildings. One
recommendation, held over from a pre
loii8 month, was granted and 199 per
sons can be lawfully lodged In th
building. Six recommendations are
still held over.
There were 47 Inspections of graves
In the King street Catholic cemetery
one box was exposed at three feet, also
one In Knwalahao cemetery There
was one disinterment
Thirty permits to Keep pigs and two
to keen ducks were Issued.
One prosecution was had In the Dis
trict Court'of a Japanese for common
nuisance. He pleaded guilty and sen
tence was suspended for one month.
A visit was mado to Walmanalo
plantation with Dr. J. T. Wnyseon to
inspect tho vanltary conditions of the
camps and a crbat report was mad
During the month of November tlili
teen complaints were reported and all
Six recommendations for hotel, res
taurant and lodclng-house
'wore Issued, and 327
liersons can be
lawfully lodged In the buildings. Two
tccommcndatlons Held over from iir-
lous months were Issued and 00 per
tons en u be lawfully lodged In tuf
buildings. Four recommendations from
Jircv Ions months arc still held over
until the places am put In sanitary
condition and G2 for this month an
held for the same reason.
Tbcra were 50 Inspections of graven
The cofllns exposed wcro: Pauon
church cemetery, 1; Kawalahao, i'.
Catholic, King street, 1.
Mnctccn permits to keep pigs and 3
to keep ducks wero Issued.
There were three prosecutions In tuu
District Court. Two Japanese pleaded
entity and sentence was suspended ten
days. The work was done and sen
tence was further suspended for twcha
months. The Japane; who had sen
tence suspended for one month, In Oc
tober, did not do the work and was
fined (25 and costs. The work littf
clnce been finish.
Flc deaths were Investigated and
post mortems ordered In four of them.
Testimony was given at one coroner'
A trip was mado to Ilccla, Oahu, an4
t post mortem made.
During the month of December ser
in complaints were lncst!gntcd and
I'ho recommendations for hotel, res
taurant and lodging-house Ikcnsri
wcro Issued and 12S persons can ba
lawfully lodged In the buildings. Sixty
recommendations held over from pre
vious months were Issued and G7GG per
sons can bo lawfully lodged In the
buildings. Six are still held over from
previous months on account of sani
There were C8 Inspections of graves
made, one of them being a disinter
ment No coffins were exposed.
Seven permits to keep ulgs wcro is
Two deaths wcro Investigated ami
Cine post mortem ordered.
Two trips were made to the camps
it tho new Nuuanu reservoir to in
vestigate the sanitary conditions.
Three trips wcro made to Walpabti on
sanitary matters. Other special work
bas been done In the three months and
verbal reports made to you. Respect
fully submitted, J. 8. B. PRATT,
Chief Sanitary Officer.
At the meeting of the Board of
Health held jetterday afternoon only
loutlne bushiest! was transacted. The
Atchcrley trouble was Informally dis
cussed, some of tho members expres
sing the Idea of having tho whole mat
Ur Investigated. Dr. Wayson brought
up the matte of an official trip of the
Uoard to the Settlement It was agreed
that when this was made no friends or
rclatUcs of the Inmates would be taken
along, as hag ortcn been done hereto
fore, as at present thero arc ample ac
commodatlons for such visitors, who
are at liberty to visit their friends ut
Dr. Hnrvey Leo Ross was recom
mended for a licence to practice.
Food Commissioner Duncan reported
that ho examined GU samples of mill;
and 10 of food In December, finding one
ramplo of milk and threo humpies ot
food adulterated, Tho bud milk came
Irom A. Fernandez, In no less than
seven cases of his milk examinations
Mr. Duncan reports "analysis not com
plete, sample sour."
Five samples of canned corn were
examined, no adulteration being de
tected In any of the samples.
"One sample vanilla extract; no
"Onu sample tomato preparation; no
Inspection of all the soda water
works In Honolulu was made during , from the waters of Diamond Head,
te month. In a number of cases I A meeting of the active central com
have required the manufacturers to mlttco occurs next Wednesday at 8
change their methods of roanufactuiu.'p. m nt tho offlco of J. J. Egan, Fort
une 101 or iuu pacxages food was
A.British -jxplorcr recently returned
from Abyssinia says that ho was for
four months In a region hltlnrto un
1 nowti to whlto men. Along the tribu
taries of tbe Blue Nile ho found a
mining population engaged In wash
ing gold. Ho reports that there Is an
enormous quantity of gold In this ro
tten. In which thousands of natives
f"For Rent" cards on 'sale at
the Bulletin office,
QIFFARD IS APPOINIED
TANTALUS FIRE WARD N
NO FIRE MAY BE STARTED WITH
OUT HIS PERMISSION EWA
FOREST RE8ERVE SET
TLED. The Board of Agriculture and For
estry held a meeting at the King street
headquarters yesterday afternoon. As
far as the Commissioners of Agrlcul
lure and Forestry arc concerned the
proposed Ewa foreBt reserve was set
tled. The report of the Superintendent
of Forestry In the matter was read
and the following resolution was car
ried: Resolved, That all of those certain
lands In the Ewa basin, on the Island
of Oahu, bounded on the southwest by
approximately the lower edge of the
existing forest, on the northeast by the
crest of tho Koolau mountains, on tho
fast by und Inrludlng the land, of Hn
lawa, district of En a, and on the weel
by and Including the land of Wahlawa
In the district of Walalua, as recom
mended by tho Committee on Forestry,
on February G, 190R, based upon the
report of tho Superintendent of I'oi-
cstry, dated January 10. 1900, as moru
'particularly appears by and on a map
and description now on tile In the of
flco of this board, and mado a part
I I'crcor, bo approved as a forest reserve
to be called the "Ewa Forest Reserve,
Resolved. That the board rccommcndi
l,to tho (iovcrnor tbnt the government
lauiiH wmi I n me boundaries oi me saw
munosed Ewa Forest Reserve be set
apart by him, after the hearing required
by law, as compartments of the raid
RcpoUcd, Further, That the board
recommends to the Governor thnt alt
tho land within the said described
boundaries be approved by him to be
set apart as a forest reserve, subject
to all private rights and titles, and that
all owners of public lands lying within
said boundaries be requested to co-operate
with the Board of Agriculture and
Forestry In reserving all of said lands
for forestry purposes, In accordance
with the terms of Chapter 28 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii.
The report of the Dlviilon of For
estry from January 17 to date was read
and filed, It reviewed the recent burn
ing over of ten acres od Tantalus. W
M, award thought there were too many
Arcs near Honolulu. No one had been
prosecuted for violation of the law for
bidding carelessness In setting out
llrcs. Senator Dickey's fire should
have been watched nt first. There had
been gross carelessness, The s'pcakei
had warned Senator Dickey's man
about fires, but tho man only heeded
the warning until he was out of sight
U A. Thurston thought Mr, Dickey gull.
ty of exceedingly represenslble con
duct Mr. (Jlflard was appointed Tan
talus lire warden and It was decided
that no Are should be allowed In the
Tantalus heights without the wardcu'a
written permission, for a period of
Entomologist Craw reported on the
importation or fruits and plants.
C. S. llollovvay read a letter from
coffco vanilla, banana pineapple, sisal
and citrus planters, asking the coopera
tlon of the Board In securing for tbu
Islands the services of a Federal plant
pathologist and physiologist. The plant
era were the victims of terriblo loss,?
through the ravages of Insects and fun
It was decided that the President and
Assistant Entomologist Kolinsky for
ward a letter to the Secretary of Agri
culture endorsing the application ot
the planters for a scientific investigator
to study the insect pests ot the Torri
Dr. Norgaard, Territorial Veterlna
rlan, had found a large number ol
cases of glanders In the city and on all
the islands and had reason to suspect
mat there were other cases not yet In
quarantine. In such a case It would be
necessary to appoint an assistant vet
erinarian. An assistant will bl
A. W. Carter thought this was a casa
wheret ho planters should come to the
assistance of the board,
Mr. nlffard believed that the planters
would give all necessary assistance.
The. K&pahulu Improvement Club
was organized last night at J. J, Egan'H
offlco with tho following offlccis: P.
M. Pond, president: It B, Reedy, -vice-president;
I,, it Medelros, secretary;
W. Woltcrs, treasurer.
Tlieso and tho following eonstltuto
tho executive board: M. T, .Marshall
Jr., A. It lllndt. J. J. Egan. C. S." Mar
tin, W. R. Riley, W. M. Bush and S, P.
Tbnio wore 2S property-owners of
Special committees aro ns follows:
mcmbertlilp and finance; roads and
sidewalks; sanitation (Including light
and hydrants); forestry (Including
trees, fencing and unoccupied lots).
It was decided to co-operato with
tho Kalmukl Improvement Club.
Special objects of attention consid
ered wre tho expending of the appro
priation for tho Improving of Campbell
nvonuo and the protection of property
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
conclso and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75d pc month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI Pr year.
Magnetic compasses are to bo sup
nlled In future to all British and native
cavalry regiments In India at tho rate
I of four a squadron.
ntuvLO a rmiunL
Editor Evening Bulletin: The en
closed Is a transcript from the publica
tion "Medical Missions in India."
Much had been expected from tho
experiments of Captain (Dr.) Host of
Rangoon by means of his discovery or
tho serum "Lcprolln." Ho had devot'
ed ears to study and practical effort
to cure and prevent the disease lep
rosy. Tho -few cases of claimed cure,
like all coming under extended obser
vation, prove In Dr. Host's expertenco
to be simply tho temporary arrest ot
the progress of tho disease, which oft
en occurs without treatment.
Our wards at the Settlement have
bad Dr. Host's cpcrlment under obser
vation with hopeful expectation.
This failure gives the coming exper
imental hospital ot the United States
at the Settlement a greater signifi
cance, and our people a greater Incen
tive to aid the Government In tho ef
fort to solve tho mystery ot tho dis
ease, Its euro and extermination.
L. E. PINKHAM,
President, Board of Health.
Feb. G, '00.
The following from Medical Mission!
In India for October. 1905, will be read
with great Interest In Hawaii. Our peo
ple will sympathize sincerely with Cap
tain Host In, what to htm, must be u
keen disappointment, .and It Is not reu
toimblu to think the last has been heard
of this rcmarkablo production.
"Tho Kasnull Report on Captain
Itost'tc I.cprolln Is a great disappoint
ment It Is evident that Captain Host
was mistaken in believing that he had
succeeded In cultivating the lepra ba
cillus, but that docs not necessarily
Imply that his serum (Was of no vnluo
in the treatment of leprosy. It Is dif
ficult to understand, too, why leprolin
did not give rise to a great many other
diseases, for according to Lieutenant-
Colonel Scmple, tho director ot the
Pasteur Institute at Kasaull, the sam
ples tested by him gavo a plentiful
growth of bacteria (not leprosy) loo
numerous even to attempt a classltlcn
tlon of them, but including baclllur
pyocaencus, yellow sarclnao, and sta.
phylococcl. Yet leprolin was Injected
thousands of times and we have not
heard ot Its doing harm In any case,
beyond causing a temporary rise In
temperature. The director himself sug
gests that the benefits said to have been
obtained by the use of leprolin may
have been due to the filtered toxins
from tho contaminated media used In
Its preparation. If so, we would vc - ryi
much like to know what those toxins
are which have so, marked an Inllu
encu on leprosy. Another fart to ho
borne In mind Is that Captain Runt'.
treatment Included the free use of com-f-
mon salt, both Internally and as. an
Inunction, along with tho, serum,. Ww
should now see It good results enn bo
obtained by the uso ot the (alt alone.
For our own part we refuso to bctlero.
that wo have heard the last of leprolin,
and meanwhile we sincerely sympath
ize with Captain Host In his disappoint
ment, which Is shared by all who are
Interested In .tho welfare of lepers."
, There was a meeting of those con
trolling the I.eahl Home (for Incura
bles) at Kalmukl yesterday afternoon
at the offices of T. 11. Davies & Co.
Officers tor tho year were elected as
follows: President, Alexander Young;
first vlco president, W. O. Smith; sec
ond vlco president, C. II. Atberton;
treasurer, Allen W. T, Bottomley; sec
retary, T. Cllve Davies; auditor, J. P,
The Income for tho year amounted
to 312,825.77; expenditures wero $11,
783.7J, leaving a balance of S1.012. Tho
Home has cared for an average ot
thlrty-lhrco patients a month. Twenty-
seven were tree patients and six pay
ing, or partly paying. Tho Income act
ually belonging to tho year 1905 was
sufficient for the care ot only twenty
six patients per month. Tho differ
ence was made up from the amount re
ceived from paying patients, and tho
balance of tbe subsidy duo by tho gov
ernment for the previous year. Tho
estimated income for 190C will be S10,
070, enabling the Home to tako care of
twenty-seven free patients per month,
Tho value of the endowment and
equipment: Is JU'J.Ml.i'J. Thero aru
forty-four beds, of which from thirty-
llireo to thirty-six aro In constant uso.
Accommodations could bo extended to
sixty-two beds, If tho necessary funds
Dr. A. N. Sinclair, physician In
charge, says lu bis report: "I wish to
state that tho Home has dono Its ut
most to allovlato tho diseases for
which It was Instituted, Occasionally
it lias been necessary to delay admis
sion to deserving cases on account of
tho limited finances, but utmost every
case has been eventually received Into
tho hospital after a wait of but a few
"I would recommend, If the flnancos
will at all permit of It, the erection ot
a pavilion for tho more efficient ad
ministration of out-door treatment, or
open-air tieatmcnt of tubercular pa
tients. Such a pavilion would need to
bo from thirty to forty feet square,
with open sides, but with some meann
of closing It In bad weather. The root
should bo ot glass, so as not to Inter
cept sunlight, but with shades to cut
Pff the sun It desired. This would
make the Home equal to any sanita
rium In the world, considering tbu
number of patients treated."
Per stmr. Claudlne, from Kahulul.
II. P. Baldwin. W. Q. Hall, C. A. Doylu,
Jno. Potter, MIbs O. Cooke, F. A. Wlch
ett, F. A. Hays, Mrs. D. II. Davis, Mrs,
W. Von Beggeen, A. C. Carter, C. A.
Vickcry, Mrs. M. Blbcrt and It Saldn
From Lahalna: Bishop J. W, Hamil
ton, Mrs. Hamilton, Rev, J. V. Wad
man and Master S. Kekuewn.
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