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EVBNINd BOLLKTm. HONOLPLU. T It.. THURSDAY. NOV. 1, 1&00.
BLACK SILK COATS
A sample line of DLACK SILK COATS and ETONS, which
wero purchased far lielow ttie regular wholesale price hence the
exceptional values to you.
Black .Silk Etons,
rnoM 94.OO up.-
Short Black Silk Coats
from 94.75 UP.
Long Black Silk Coats
FROM 911.50 UP.
30 BEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY w
Bargains In Domestics
Thursday and Friday
will pocltlvely be the last days of this great
ALL OFFERED AT
Big Price Reductions
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Shows Why Hawaii Must
AT KAMEHAMEHA PARK
BOY ORATOR PRODUCES RECORD
SHOWING THAT DEMOCRATS
MADE THE LEPER
Japanese Physician. Is
REPORT ON DAIRIES
NOT ENOUGH INSPECTORS AL.
LOWED BOARD OF HEALTH
TO LOOK AFTER MILK
IN WAY NEEDED
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
, WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
,w"e pack, haul and ihip your
goods and save you money.
Dcaleri in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kine St. Phone Main 58
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
Ii In a splendid position to secure for
Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled. Also island Poul
try of every description.
-TCLEPHONE MAIN 7G.
FORT 8T. OPP. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
We always supply; now wc can
give you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show you our illustrations
HIS CALLING IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY.
J. Q. Axtell&Go. 1048-1058 Alakca
Machine and Wheel, from 2 dollars up, for Hand,
Foot or Machine Power; for any kiod of tools. Anyone using tools can
not afford to be without CARBORUNDUM WHEEL, as It will not draw
temper from any tool. Give It a trial,
GEO. E. LA MONT 80LE AQENT
ROOM 4, WAITY BLDQ.
Tliu new Kamehamcha Pari; on the
corner of Niiuanu avenue uml thn
I'auon road wan Inst night iikci! for
political purposes for tliu first time In
Hk history, tliu Republicans taking ad
Vantage of fills excellent spot (or a
meeting. The audience was unique
In Hint It contained u fur greater per
centage of eiluculed peoplu thuit po
litical meetings generally uu. Many
of the residents of Ntiuatm avemiu
turned out mid listened with Interest
lo the political talks, many ladles talc
ing udvantugu of the Oceanian to gel a
clone view of politics as they lire done.
Furthernioie, the usual crowd of Por
tuguese unit Hawaiian ntlendtit In
large iiumuers, making, ou tliu whole,
one of Hit! wry best nicotines of tliu
campaign. Order wus preserved with
out uu effort, the only exception be
ing In the case of a drunken man. who
arrived from naitH unknown ns i:ila
Long wax speaking. Lougx eloquence
so touched tliu drunken Kcutlcmuu'H
heart that he insisted uu shaking
hands w'lth the speaker then and
theie, but Captain lllpa, whu wan In
terpreting, quickly subdued Ihu bibu
llooth opened IIih tneettiig with a
short Bpeech, lie recommended the
(umlldaey of Kulilo, who, he said, had
done good work, In preference to that
of McClanalian, who watt absolutely
untried, llrown had been tried and
all accusations against him had fallen
to the ground, YV. O. Hmlth'H name
on the Loan Hill meant that fiery
Item of It would be carried out. If lio
had been In tliu .Senate, the S2n.un
r.pproprlutlou for tliu I'auoa road
would never lime been stricken out,
I.tuk McCandless should bu sent back
to the Senate. Ho would find out
why many Items of the Loan Utll hud
i been stricken out.
' I.. I.. McCamlleiri spoke ou tliu
.County law, devoted considerable
tlmo to the good work done by the
Promotion Committee, for which he
recommended the appropriation of
f 1000 a month, and ended with it com
parison of the Itepubtleau principle of
ptolectlou and the Democratic princi
ple of free trade.
"Hawaii in a Hiigar country almost
entirely, you might say," ho contin
ued. "You take tliu protection away
Horn Hawaii, amounting to thirteen
million a year, and where would Ha
waii be? Take our little rlco indus
try here. It Is protected nt the rate
of $- per 100 pounds. You luko nwny
that protection and the rice Holds will
lie lit lo. Von can't glow rice hero with
out that protection. Kor these icasous
we hIioiiIiI send u Republican to Con
gress and not u Democrat, I don't
think thut the Cuban annexation has
much to do with tho mutter. I don't
think we should send n Democrat to
a Republican Congress for tho pur
pose of a lebuke. A Republican can
better represent In a Republican Con
gress that Hawaii does not want Cu
ban annexation than a Dcmociut
Long made a very long speech.
Kulilo was received with applause.
and Immediately plunged Into u speech
In Hawaiian, telling how .McClanalian
would not he allowed tu spout his ora
tory nd libitum ill Congress, hut would
bu limited by tliu fuel that hu would
not bu able to speak without tliu per
mission of the speuker.
Other speakers were A. M. lliown,
1 1). Kalauoknlanl Jr., Pied. Waterhousc,
Kalco, W. V. Harris. A. V. dear, A.
ilJ. Custru, S. C. Dwlght and W. T.
I Tliu Republican meeting at tliu cor
nier of School and I.lllha streets was
nt tended by u fairly big crowd, I
though not ns largo us tho ono at tliu
llrst Republican meeting held there.
Tor this circumstance tliu meeting ut
Kuuifhumcliu I'ark was, how over, I
llernarcl Kelekolio, the Hoy Oiator, I
added u new feature to the old cam
pulgn stunts by introducing the Con-1
gic-sslouul Itecoids showing tho ucc
Hon which made Hawaiian an olllelal I
languugo heio for ten years, which
was the mensum. he said, which had
( aimed Kulilo to be inclined of at
tempting to disfranchise the Kuwait
uus. Kelekolio uImi pioduced tliu tec!
crds showing that the leper bill hud
In en introduced In tliu Legislature by
W. A. Kinney and that C W. Ashrord
and 1.. A. Thurston hud voted for It.
The refusal of the Hoard of Medical
Examiners to admit Dr. 'lEtitsuml to
practice wns the most Interesting sub
ject brought up before the Hoard of
Health yesterday. The case Is unique
on account of the way lu which tliu ex
amination was conducted. The Japan
ese doctor Insisted that he be examined
In his own language and his way of
conducting the mutter was allowed
tinder protest, Hu nclcited bis own In
terpreter, who translated the questions
to him und the niuwcis were In I inn
translated to the Hoard by u Japanese
doctor. The result of the examination
was so unsatisfactory to the lion id
that Dr. Tsutsuml'c application was re.
The report of (he Food Commission
was unusually IntcrcMlug us it showed
n strong effort which Is being made tu
bring, tho dairies of this city .up to 4
higher standard. In speaking of thM
President Plnkham Mated thai he
thought it a most Important matter
ii nd that he had proposed a plan to the
legislature whereby a dairy Inspection
should bo appointed and the ufllcn made
self-supporting by the feo system but
that nothing had been done lu the mat
ter. Hu said that with the limited force
of Inspectors al his sen Ire It was Im
possible to devote as much time to the
dairies us was really 'necessary.
The I'ood Comniwlsslotier's report In
U E. PInkiinni. i:i., president, Hoard
of Health, Honolulu.
Sir: I herewith Submit my report
for tliu month of September, l'JOO,
Milk samples exnmlued CI. Uelow
ituuduril 2. rtampleg below standard
gave on mialysls the following figure:
M. A brew: Hutlrr fat, 3.4; total sol
Ids, 11.1. M. I'achero, butter fat. 3.2;
total solids, "J.".
M. I'achero, whose milk contained at
least 20 per cent of added water, was
convicted and fined fjlr, In the Dlstilct
Court for selling adulterated milk.
The following food was condemned
and destroyed as unfit for food- flu
boxes smoked herring. 4 boxes crack
crs (200 lbs.), CO packages miscellan
A number of sample are on hand for
analysis, but on account of Inspection
work on dairies, only a beginning on
these unalysc-i has been made.
A number of complaints have been
lecelved reste-cllng sickness caused by
drinking milk Oisen have been dis
tributed nil out town and fur a few
days, around the 10th of September,
wete very serious. Since thai outbreak
a number of ciees have hern reported
to me, but iiot hi ns great number as
al llrst. Whether thou casus bae re.
Milted from drinking Infected milk U
but deflnltel) known, uu a number of
similar cases have occurred wlieie no
evidence uf milk having been used wus
obtained. Where milk has been used
and sickness ,culted, on investigation
I found that all tho milk, was pioduced
by u single dilry. This dairy was In
spected by Chief Huultary Olllcer Dr.
Piatt. Inspectors Myhro und mysulf and
iv number of Insanitary conditions
toiind, which are being ulialod.
Wo have ut pieseiil no Inspection of
dairies, or ut best only u casual one.
On consultation with Dr. Piatt, during
your absence, Mr. My lire, who Is fa
miliar with the dairies of Honolulu,
was placed under my orders for dairy1
Inspection purposes, and it serious at
tempt was undo to compel dulry meu
to keep their places reasonably clean
'I ho work Is .tinted unci I icqucut. It
possible. Hint It may be continued.
Your I'ood Commissioner Is always
ifcclvlug complaints ubout milk curd-
Another Big Sale
Of Grocery Items
THE SALE WE INAUGURATED LAST MONTH WAS SO LIBERAL.
LY PATRONIZED, AND SO MANY CUSTOMERS HAVE REQUESTED AN
OTHER, THAT WE WILL MAKE EVEN BETTER OFFERINGS THAN
WITH SUCH PniCE3 WE EXPECT THE GOODS TO GO QUICKLY,
SO WE CANNOT SAY HOW LONG THE SALE WILL LAST IN ANY
EVENT, IT WILL CLOSE POSITIVELY SATURDAY, NOV. 10.
Jf0- NOTE EACH ITEM CAREFULLY.
UNDERWOODS ORIGINAL BORDEN'S
Reg. price $100
THERE'S NONE BETTER
THAN BORDEN'S ,
12 lb. tins
1-1 lb. tins
MOCK TURTLE SOUP
Delicate of flavor and deli
cious. Very fine for a quick
Crosse and Blackwell's
Regular 35c GLASS JARS
SPECIAL ,..... ?.QC
NOT SOLD TO OTHER GROCERS; -mr
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Hug or beating. This Is duo to outside
contamination and such milk Is always
considered Impure or at least abnormal,
lied milk (dun to specific bacterial In
fection) and slimy or ropy milk has
also occuned In Honolulu. These con
ditions can be prevented by cleanliness.
About twenty milk dealers have sig
nified their Intention to make their
ualrle.1 sanitary; some others will have
to bo condemned as location and build
ings are unsuitable for the purpose.
1 n. A. DUNCAN.
I"ood Commissioner and Analyst.
The appointment of Dr. Herbert an a
member pro tcm of the board of ex
nmlnlng physlctuns from Oct. 2S w.ib
David Kauhl was granted permission
to be admitted to the settlement as a
kokim to his wife.
President Plnkham reported that the
usual electioneering permits for the
tcttlement bad been granted.
ill) D M UND.
16 FOil IB
LIGHT WITHOUT HEAT
That's lncnndecnt electric UifHt. INo
heat, no odor, no dirt, no dunjfor of fir.
Alwuyanufe, reliable and convenient.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Tel. Main 390
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
....... ..... .......... ..... i Arlmr
fAiniinu, rsren nnnuinu r- I Arlwir
P. E. R.Strauch
$4000. An Active or Bllent Partner
Wanted In a welt established legiti
mate Iliislnuss In Honolulu, either
lady or gentleman. Large Profits.
No Hlsks. Partner wanted to in
crease Hiislnesi, Parly can buy
cue half Interest nt Cost Price, Only
Luna fide buyers considered. Kxcep
tloual opportunity for Right Parly.
HOUSES FOR SALE.
OP IIIICAD, CAKED, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVI1RY DAY AT TUB
PCnrEUTlUN HOME BAKERY
Charges reasonable, .i,i
1335 Nuuinu St., below Honolulu Hotti -j-j, ,, i.mh, piunt
! i' Jijugo Tree
HAVE YOU A 8EWINQ MACHINE? Address ....
Wt buy, tel'l, exchange and repair i '''" ''"!'" ,'!r1''" ;
tewing machines and parte. 1 he '1 te s 1 rleuds
' I Address
r.riAMl? A flPBNCCH SCWINQ MA. "" 'I'-""
llie Itoynl HcIiooI'h program for I
nr ay exercises will be is folic ws: wooo.For on)y ,2750 2 8lo
iir Day Hmtg llr liiiduA ,ttB lKau Ht. W..I1 liitUhc
Harden Red llccc Mug firm A ,y ,0 )Pr (oll ,.,,, ,,,
ress . ... Judge H II. Dole ' ii,.1.1,ui1.
I (Iradu II
. .Receiving (Irade A,
Itev A. Mackintosh
III tirade U
.11 tirade It
Mr. It l.uw
II (Iradu II
Itotul Hi'hool (ihorur WAITY UI.DQ.
TELEPIIONR MAIN 94, ! Trint I'IiiiiIIiik IJuili llooiiw
03 M, KINn (JT. I', O, UOX 019. 1 Jlldjllllg lice pluillcd lu.l isir
12700. :i lied r. 1 sent Uit ur. '.oo.
tiioo. n r. Piiuniii 7S x ir.o.
12250. 7 r. King nr. I'nwnn, 00 x 250,
200. M x Ida I jits, Pciiinul, Cash
74 8, KINO 8T-
The Hoard of Agriculture und Kor- I
cstry, ut HB meeting held yesterday af
ternoon, passed resolutions which, If
carried out. will add 18,000 acres of
forest land lo tho forest reserves of tl.n
Territory. The lands so affected urc
3I.S2.'. acres In the District of liana,
Island or Maul, lying on tho custom
ulopu of Mt. Haleakala and 3743 acres
of government land cm Oahii. District
of Wajunae. on the western slope of tliu
Walaiuio mountains. Tliu resolutions
adopted provide thai tho lands ou Maul
shall bu known as tliu liana Forest
Ileserve. unci thoso In tho Walunnn Die
trlcl ns tho Laulualei 1'urest Iteservu.
Mr. (llfTaul made u report on fire
lighting, stating Ilia management of
the Kuncnlio ranch would pay a third
of the expenses of putting out u recent
lire in thut section, providing tho Wnl-
uuiiiulo plantation und tliu Maunuwlll
plantation would each pay a third. Mr
Ilolloway reported that Ihu County Cluli
would pay tho expense of fighting the
file occasioned by the clearing1 off of
the club grounds.
11. P. Wilder und Ralph Hosmer were
appointed u committee to decide upon
the best exhibit for the bureau to make
ut tho annual exhibition of the Hawaii
Poultry Association In December.
Vacancies In the list of lire wardens
weru filled as follows, subject to the
acceptance of tliu men named:
James Miinru, us district forester and
lire warden for tliu west half of tho
Island of .Molokiil, vlcu U. C. Miimo,
W. K. fi.inborn, district llru warden
tor Hiilrlea, Kauai, except Walnlhu
C. W. Hudson, district fire wurden
for Wiilnlha valley.
Charles II. Halley, lire warden for
tho district from Pulolo Valley to Ma
liapuu Point, Oaliu,
Alexander Craw, superliitemlent of
llnlomology, presented his report show
ing thut 13,551 packages of fresh fruit
und vegetables had been examined,
tumlgateil and passed,
Miidume Nordic a will slug lu Hono
lulu somii time during Ihu month of
June, P.i07, W. D, Adams has made
the 1l11.1l urrjngeiueuts with Madame
Nordlca's iiianuger and if the I oral pub
lic will meet tliu guarantee that Is usked
for she will favor us
'I'lui T t-llnrliil VtiikkiHltriii- Kurvli-n.
Mr. Peter inaiiiiKir. lias full charge of
tliu sent. All perton wishing In bcsik
seats for this limit mllst limy do so 111 1
Pin 11 by phuillllK lbs Mesnepger tier V lie,
Main 301. I
M Fins Job Printing at tin Bui-1
MAIN 7 J
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that It PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and GIN
GER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
Q. 8. LEITHEAD
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by staining them with
The Crecnote will make - 3gfjBf' 'HffE
., 11- " - - 1 I 3
the woodwork imiiemous
to decay or to injury by insects, and the soft, velvety coloring!
will give a beauty that can bo got In no other way. They
are made with tho best pig
ments and puro linseed oil,
and the colon are guaranteed
to bo fast. They are tho
original shinglu stains, and
tho only bona fldo Creoaote,
rM lic. at QlihCov., L.I.
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SAMUm. CABOT, Sole Manufacturer, - IIOSTON, MASS.
u 1 1 """t-iwwwiw"" li 1 immvm
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
h moved hit rttldtnce from tht cor.
ner of DERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 Kln St. near Richnrds
New 'Phone Number-BLUE I0IJ
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