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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, APR. 19, 1811.
We Wb tonnnounco the following new nrrlvnls on the Flttr'a.
which' will bo shoWn an TUKHDAV, April IS:
LINGERIE DRESSES A verj prilty nscorlmrnt, nenlty
t r I m i n t-il mid very reasonable v
" TAILORED SUITS In nnvy, block, grey mid navy trlo nil
of the very latest flow York stylos. , - ,
HOUSE OR MORNINQ DRESSES An extensive line of
these nnicli-cnllrd-for dresses In tlio ery latest cuts, from
H r.o up.
LONG WHITE SERGE COATS.
SKIRTS An exleuslvellno of I'nnnmn Cloth Skirts In nnvy,
black, Inn und grey; white nnd striped serge,' blade and white
vnlla with Kill: drop.
All of the above hnvn been made to our special orilor. An In
spection of these li well worth n Mt to our store.
MAY DELINEATORS ore now on sale.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Street!
Opposite Fire Station
PERSONS IN THE NEWS
MRS. T. J. JONES, Columbue, Ohioi I linve never enjoyed rt
visit v niiicli as this one to llnwnll You reully Invo n l'arndlso
hire. I hnvn but one coinplnlnt thesu terrlblo moxiiultoes mnda
life mWernblo when I llrst arrived, Ijiler I came, across soma
llnruiuny inomiulto talcum ut lletisoil, Biiillli & Co.'s Itexnll Store,
nnd by Its liberal uso I was able to keep the little pests away ntnl
enjoy the beautiful evenhiji outdoors. It Wrti the talcum that
made me decide to come nKaln next winter.
Time to Use Care
vn Ann nn.Dv to bitppi.y you. with mkats that
wim, rtan'I) any Ti:sr-A hoaiuj may put tiwm to.
ni'it i:staiii.ihiimi:nt is i'msaxi.v tiii: oho us vk hum,
ARI3 AWAY I'ltOM contamination you aiii: HAI'R
WMIIN YOU 1IUY I'ltOM
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietor!
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING 8A1.00NB
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
PIANO AND FURNITURE
SPECIALLY CONSTRUCTED WAGONS IN CHARGE OF
- EXPERIENCED MEN
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.,
6 Y SUPERVISORS
KING STREET, NEXT TO YOUNG HOTEL PHONE 1874
The City mid County Supervisor'!
Iiafe taken a fresh grip upon tlio
health mid sanitation problem In Ho
nolulu, List night they appointed I)r .1 T
Whyson, City mid County physician ut
a monthly inluiy of Jinn
Thoy approved of Iho nppolnlmcnt
of I)r. W. U Moore ns nsslstnut City
nml County physician at u 111011111!
snlary of $150.
They favored the appointment of a
trained district nurse whose duties It
will ho to attend to such Indigent
cares as do not require hospital treat
ment, Thoy considered the Increase In the
force of sanitary nnd health Inspec
tors hy the addition of nil members
of the iollce foico, tlio hitler being
made cx-olllcln sanitary Inspectots.
Without nlKiimutfi hut with nbso-
lutu unanimity, the Supervisors tle-
cinro ror n sanitary city and qiroposo
to have it so.
Dr. J. T. Wnysoli, City nnd County
physician, with Dr. W. I Moore, his
nRslsliiut. new appointees by die Hoard
of Supervisors todny hnvu taken over
the duties of olllcc.
Dr. N. II. I'merson, tomiKirary In
chargo of the city health department
pending tlio appointment of a sticces
lor to Dr. Ilrucu V. Mdckull, was In
structed throUKh n icsolullon, to turn
oer that ofllcu to Drs. Wnyson and
Moore, at n meetliiR of Iho Supervisor
and following Iho iippolutmeut'of thu
new city hculth onicem.
The City and Counly Supervisor.!
gathered tlio icIbiih of government
with a much firmer hand last night
and before they adjourned tho muiil
cIpjL. chariot was driven rough shod
over a number of hcrctuforo consid
ered tiiin&Bsahte harrier In the high
way of progress leading to 11 city mini- J
The services of a trained nurse will
bo drawn tiKin hy the city In dealing
with cases that do not require Iho
attendance of the patients ut the hos
pital. Another rather radical move and
one that la believed Is nloiiH (he right
direction will be the appointment of
pollco omrers as ex-ofllcln members
of tho snnllnry corpt to serve ns In
spectors, Supervisor McCIellnti, an nctlvo
member of the mhiltntlon nml health
commltteu was outspoken for n
change of system. Ho argued for a
general shaking tip of dry bones. Mc
Clellnu spoke of the advantages deriv
ed from tho tippolntiuent of two city
A motion mado by Supervisor Km
ger for the appointment of Dr. J. T.
Wuymin recoUed a sjieedy second nnd
passed by n unanimous vote.
Next came a letter from DrJ Wny
Mn us City und Couiity physician,
asking that ho be given tho servlccx '
of '1111 assistant. Murray passed the
buck to Mayor J. J, Kent. Some lit
tle hesitation upon the part of Ills
Honor, and 11 brief consultation of
city ordinances, resulted In Kern's
agieclng to tho appointment of Dr.
,V. U M0010 ns assistant City and
Hy ieolutlcm tlio monthly salaries
of both City and County physician
VaKOu and his iissUtatit Dr. Mootc
were placed at Sl&D each.
Willi nn Increase of II fly dollars n
month over Iho sum paid Dr. Mnc
kail, thu board llguro thu' Iho muni
cipality will Hill he the gainer In tlio
MrC'lellun touched upon this phase
of the matter Inst night -by staling
that tho city would now have tlio
services of two men. lie outlined
the plan of "doing away with a Jarge
amount of expense of maintaining pa
tients at tho Queen's Hospital liy tlio
employment of it trained nurse whoso
duties it would be to look after such
enhes as hardly demand hospital treat
ment. It Is said that the hospital bill
for the City and County hat been
Increasing by leaps and bounds with
in the past few mouths. Dy the em
plojment of a tiurso, that salary will
ho Bttvcd to the City nnd County
ninny times according )o Iho calcu
lations of the city fathers,
Murray Is n strong ndvocato of Im
pressing the services of tlio city po
lice as sanitary Inspectors and ec
nllleio inemhcis uf tlio sanitation and
health staff. The contention Is raised
that In times of need, (sillce olllcors
arc drawn for scrvlco us Inspectors
In many mainland cities. Through
co-opeiallou with the regular corps
of sanitary Inspectors, tho nsslntunce
of the police Is belloved would great
ly Increase tho elllclcncy of tlio dully
house to hoitso Inspection.
The Civil War pension list was nt-
Incl't'il by. 'ruiiMIn MacVengh, Hecro-
tary of the Treasury, In uu address at
the opening session of the llftdentli an
nual meeting of tho American Acad
emy of I'olltkitl nnd Koclul Kclenee In
Philadelphia when he advocated u chll
ser leu pension for government em
plojea. t g ( 1
J'resldent Tnft tentatively accepted
nn Invitation to nddress the tenth bi
ennial convention of the Ilrothrhnod of
Railway Trainmen at Harrlsburg, I'll.,
Sunday, May 14, .
Finally Cured by Lydia G. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Krlc, I'n. "I suffered for Hvo years
from fetnalo troubles and nt Inst was
almost helpless. I
weiii, 10 inreo doc.
tors ntid they did
mo no good, so my
sister advised mo to
try Lydia K. I'lnk.
when I had taken
only two bottles 1
could see u blir
change, so I took
six bottles and I am
now stroni? and well
ngaln. I don't know how to express
my thanks for tho good It lias done mu
nnd I hope all sutrering women will
glvo Lydia E. l'itikham's Wgetablo
Compound a trial. It wns worth Its
welRlit in gold." Mrs. .1. V. Undlich,
H. P. D. No. 7, Erio, l'a.
Lydia E. l'lnkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
herbs, contains no narcotic or harm,
fill drugs, and to-day holds the record
for tho largest number of actual cures
of femalo diseases wo know of, and
thousands of voluntary testimonials
are on Me in the l'lnkhnm laboratory
At Lynn, Mass., from women who have
been cured from almost every form of
female complaints, such as itulamma
lion, ulceration, displacements, llbrold
tumors, irregularities, JhtIihIIc pains,
backache, indigestion and nervous
prostration, livery suffering woman
qwes it to herself to give Lj ilia E. I'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you want special mlvlco write
Mrs.IMiikliiiin, I,ynti,3IiiNs., for it.
It in free and ulwnjs helpful.
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The little but ever active genu stood
a pretty slim chance in running the
gauntlet of the galaxy of Pederal,
Territorial and other medical olllcers
who carefully guarded the means of
Ingress to tlio Oceanic ster ,hlp Si
erra prior to the sailing of that
steamer for San Francisco this illum
It came, as neur.Oielng a germless
departure us the combined regula
tions of thu port could make it.
Tlio ttnie-honnred and fragrant
floral lei a as even tabooed. The flow
er sellers wore mournful faces and
bore depleted purses as they hoered
about the Oceanic wharf, wlille being
denied tho privilege of disposing of
lels, which have made steamship de
partures at Honolulu famous tho
The de-odorired nnd apparently
germless paper lei of commerce wns
alone allowed to ndorn the person of
thti traveler. These were to be seen
In isolated instances only.
The combined melody from tho Ha
waiian mid the Marine Corps band
fulled In 11 measure to dispel tho great
gobs of gloom that pervaded u des
The littest quaratitlno regulation
pertaining to thu examination of hand
Imggagu and steamer trunks was the
means of a fcllght delay In the casting
off of the Sierra's Hues.
As the Intending passengers to tho
number of one hundred and eight at
tempted to board tlit vessel ut the
gangway they were met by Federal
quarantine olllcers who tooktup their
puss'ports or health lertlllcutes, while
olllcors from the Sierra made a hur
ried examination of tho uukkubh' iu
search for bottled water, liquids of
uny description or fresh fruits.
In light of the experience this
morning It is said that mi earlier visit
will bo paid coast-bound vessels by
tlio medical stun" III future, thereby
obviating any delay In the dispatch
of (he ship.
The Slerru curried llfteen steerage
passengers. Her cargo Included about
i'MlO tuns, of which I COO toils was
made up of sugar while the balance
comprised shipments of pineapples',
bununas, coffee, rke and sundries.
A large mall for tlio mainland was
fonvnided by tin) esscl.
Ijivender nnd rose perfumes nro snhl
tn be fatal to mlcruhcH,
I Cure Com
II I Stomach
1 1 DnA..In..
II I Cures the
Kidneys, fW I
Mikes New. tiled
'H. vjife AS j(!f,4 8.j.(ifa"t
THIS is our
in pleasing the
is due to our
sortment of ex
Styles and Fab
rics. . We only
ask you to
come in and
then make com
from $20.00 to
WILL DRIVE SLOWLY.
(Special Bui I tin Ccrrmpondrnce.)
IIILO, April 17. Chus. Wenlhcr
bee(the bookkeeper of the Olun plan
tation, will hereafter drhe. his auto
mobile nt a snail's puce when he
passes the Junction of the Olau und
tlio l'ahon road at Nino Miles. Thorn
seems to bo u hoodoo ut ,that place
for Weutherhee, for, wlille lie has nev
er had any (rouble elsewhere, he lias
nuw hud two accidents on the cry
same spot, and, as a matter (if fact,
lie, has been powerless to prevent
them In both cases. .
Unn.n lnnll,B ...w.i lVni. , 1. .. t.i w,.n
UU.llfl IllUllllin llhU IICUlllUilIT 1,1,1
Into a Portuguese at this place, and
Inst Wednesday ut about 8 o'clock
In the evening his cur collided with n
Japanese on u bicyelo outside the ery
sumo house. Weatheruee and the
Jupauesu were going In tho same di
rection, the automobile In the lead.
Kor some reason Weatherbeo decided
to turn back, and the JuimnesH kept
on going, the result being a collision
Tho Japanese was not badly hurl, n
cut on one urin ubd sumo abrasions
being all ho suffered, nnd the win el
was not badly damnged cither
An Kasturn syndicate has bought up
iicnn turn...... ,i,llij ,,f nutulu .,,. mif-
dalenu Hay In Ixiwer California, pay-
Pork and Beans
Unequaled in quality nnd, although costing tha Packer, tlio
Wholesaler and the Retailer moro,
They Cost the Consumer the Same as
Others Not So Good
Your Grocer Hi Them Accept No Substitute
Manila Bats "awtrinS?f Seas
Silks and Drawn Work
And at All the Hotel
Mttle Myrtle Hud tli' town pet, cut
her teeth on eel tilled checks durln'
th' panic Th' only wny t' entertain
it actor Is t' talk t' him tiboul him-bell
Just received by "Wilhelniiua" a Shiiinieut of Fresh
There is no butter churned more delicious than the
"PURITAN" and we are selling it at
Henry May & Co.,
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