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I taring placeO on tlie market tills
magnlllcent tract of land, divided. Into
a minilier of large liouso lota we moat
corillatly rail the. atteiillnii of Iioiiih
aeekera to II.
Tills Ir let la b-nindod by llaklkl street,
AVilder Avenue antl I'unahoii street, at
au elefullun of alaiut 75 feet, gently
sloping towards tho aca. A flue paho.
rania view ran lie liail from the upper
Tlierw lola ore offered at a very rea
lonable figure. II)- calling fit our olllre
we. ahall I hi pleased pi Rive further In
formation In reiarJ to prlrea ami lernia.
J5UUCK WARING & CO.,
KH Port Street, near Kinf Street.
No charge for iiinkliiR Deeds,
a KMAHT llflV. WHO CAN FEED A
lY Job l'rwi, la antoil In tbo Htab
I ADIK'8 RLACK CAI'K. ItETUHN
1 J to Wabrruoiwe'a, Queen atreet.
1 Kooiiia. Ptlllnir Ilooin.
X. Parlor, .1 Dei Hooiiia, Dining Ilooin,
Hlgbt of way through to Ilere-
tjinli. Rtrit. Hltimtnl on Klnau atreet.
rttable,tc. Rent $.'111 lier month. Inquire of
U. u. UUAlli, 4UU ton nireei.
TEAL ESTATE AND OKNERAL UUHI.
XV neas AgenL Ileal Katate boaght am:
Mild. Houwm llentetl. IOANS NeOOTIATKO.
CoUectlona inado. Hooka posted. Aocounta
e.purtoL Copying neatly done.
All buslneaa entrusted to me will receive
nroinut and careful attention. A share of
the publie patronage respectfully solicited.
Telephone 139. .
GEO. A. TURNER.
SftH Merchant Street.
OtBce formerly occupied by C. T. Oullckv
C. R. McVeigh is making a
business trip to the Coast.
Albert Lucas is aboard the Aus
tralU. and will beou the Coast some
AT TUE ASYLUM.
Another Caae at SlekneM rroui Taro
Another case of cholera was re
ported last night at the Insane
asylum. The name of the victim
is Wheeler and he is supposed to
have drank water from one of the
infected taro patches in. the neigh
borhood of the Asylum. This is
believed to have occurred on Satur
day moraine and the case only de
veloped last night. Wheeler is
matured in age and at .ate
hour last night there were "very
slight chancel of his recovery,
There are now eighty-eight cases,
seventy-six of whom are Hawaiians,
four Americans, two Portuguese,
one Chinese, one Japanee and three
Oo ;to the Women'a Exchange, 111
King street, for borne made poi, cake-,
bread, pies, etc. Also fine Hawaiian
and Portugaeae work, curios, flowers,
pictures and fancy articles.
V, 1'. S. C. K.
At the meeting of the Y. P. S.
C. E held in the Central Union
church yesterday evening. Miss
Grace Richards was elected pres
ident and Miss Ethel Rice record'
ing secretary. The junior branch
elected LyleA. Dickey as president
Rev. Dr. Uirilie was present
throughout the meeting aud made
suggestions which were mucn ap
preciated by those present.
That Tired Feeling
Is a danreroua condition directly due to de.
plated or impure blood. It should not be
allowed to continue, aa in ita debility the sys
tem U especially liable to serious attacka of
Ulneee. llood'a HaraapariUa la the remedy
lor aucu a conuuion, a auo tor luat wea
ness which prevails at the change or aeaaou.
riooa s rnif are purely vegetable, oare--ully.
prepared from the beat Ingredient
Watch this space for
Our AIM is to Please,
Our HOTTO to Excel."
G. D. CHASE,
Ht Drpoall llnllclhiK,
400 1'ort St. Telephone 184
.MIItNIIIKIl IIOI'HR. I'KMHAl.t.Y
I in ami, farlor, illnlnt rnnm and a
l-M ffiiie. Ill-tit i
IMIKMSIIKII lllll'HK It MIM-1K4 FIKIM
l .tel..- linn ami rnrnllnrfi .lit
sant, slew iiisninil,rniii.l i lr, MaMe.
He. lUBiifrlfatMtiirllie Mali lMiilr
nil, In lie anne a months. Ileal Ml, Uon.lclr
tfAUANT I a IT, I'OIINKR IIICIIAIII1H
V ami Uneri, streets. l JU , ft
Will alle li'M tr IS rrs This hillstl.e
Inest tieelraule one 10 lie Hail nrar Hie new
lull Atarerl. Al'lilr ' terms, Mf.
. D. Chat. llanerel Aaent Olncliinsltl
Mt Isal Co.. sella safes fnim Hie fai
lory direct. Hear tills In mlli'l when iiU
rlMlltKK DKKIl'KH ON HKTUNI. Mnill.
I centrally Laaleil, llalil ami air), huh
will lie erranireu in iu tnm.M.
I1IMK ON KINAt' HTHKKT.
riOTTAIIK "N Nl'I'Asr HI UKKT
IJ7JI) per monlli.
U Al'lllM. TWO HOUSES AN1 JAI1I.K
O ,,ii,n.rrl situated Jiist abore Klrctrli
l.llllit nation. Nuiienu Valley, '(mal
l.lenly water, etcellent lUw. I'rlre ftw.
Must li anltl,
.1,1 AlMtKS KAI.illI VAI.I.KY.H'ITAHI.K
.1.1 fur pastnrsita ami taro, plrntr mater.
ItimrK ANII MIT ON rilltT -irlttXT.
but Increaie In lalua. Price ( Inn.
Accident Policies In tin l'frl In-
aurannComHtnuf New York. CMJ.CUaM
lleneralAaeutllanallau Islands, are put
aa aood an Investment as Ileal hstute.
1T0U8K AMI U)T ON miwI'KOT
It street, lot lias a f rontaue of ISO feet.
Water oil preuiUes, I'rlre Itww.
nuiuiiNa urr counkii pknmcoi.a
li .ml Klnun itree a. IMVtlxtM. Will
rut up 10 rood advantage, limine and Htalile
on premises. Hood ualer tuplilr.
HOUHK ANO un ON MAIIA7.INK
atrcet? Ilouaenew. Iit M X. SCO. Uood
water aupplr. Price $ WIO.
Pearl City Lots,
and tenua on a
1 will irlve lou lirieea
any lot lul'earK.'ltrortlie
l.iuurt nuiuiiNo urrs. cohnkiih
V llreen, llackftld and Kiienrer lreet.
near realdenre of Mr. Hackfeld. Ut ariuled
and fenceii, p'entc aoll and Kater. Mew !
isurnlllcent and rannot be cut olt. Tlieae M
are iinquestlonablv tlie montdeBlrable liullil
log lota In Honolulu.
imv llllir.lltsrl UlT ON PIIKOI
treet. iionoalti. l.unallto Home. Front-
aae of IM feel on 1'ilkol atrtt. rrlte e,imi.
Teriui. half cath, bntanre on morlaaae.
W() HUll.DINO LOTH ON LIIKAI.IMI
tiu.t. irru.le.1 Mini fenrfll. Tlil-Mlt lilts
are betneen Alupat and Kaolalaiil Mrteta.
Plenty aoll, gooa waier anppn.
Several other Demlrsble Pieces of Property
A Government OIHelal Talks Frankly uf
Ways and Sleaue.
'It is going to cost a pretty
penuy if it's done," said a Govern
ment official last evening. , He re
ferred to the proposed street along
the Waikiki bank of Nuuauustre.nn
from King street to Vineyard.
'Property claims already m, as I
understand it, foot up $05000, with
more to come. This cannot be re
duced more than thirty per cent
and then there will be proceedings
in pourt. The matter of expense is
becoming a really serious consider
ation. After paying for all this
property the walls come in, and
they are not eoiuff to be a present.
It will be well to take up tne
scheme suggested in Tim Star
lately. If the wall for the Waikiki
side of the proposed conduit is
placed in mid stream and the other
wail on laud owned uy tne Gov
ernment, there will be a great sav
ing even if some excavation is re
quired for the new channel. If
confined as proposed, the stream
should make a new road for itself
between St. Louis college and King
street. In any event the stream
should be deepened to ten feet up to
Smith street. This would allow a
free play of fresh sea, water each
day and it might prove the cheap
est and an entirely, safe and sound
solution of all our difficulties in
connection with the troublesome
Keep Well Clothed.
In order to ward off disease, one
requires to have a souud mind in
a sound body. But in order to at
tain this desirable end, 'it will be
necessary to keep tne body well
clothed. By calling at Kerr's, one
may get his pick of the fine lot ol
towels, serges and worsteds ever
imported into this country. A
single yard at "wholesale" pricer.
By the S. S. Australia which left
yesterday for San Francisco, the
following unusually large mail was
taken from the post othce: 12,304
letters and 4933 papers. It is said
to be the biggest mail ever des
patched at one time from the post
You can put 'up tne
fruits, uncooked, by using Antifermen
tine, and in alx months they will be aa
natural in appearance ana i&sto as wnen
Provisions for Walanaa.
A train was run to Waianae to-
day with provisions for the people
at that place. It is said that bags
of rice were selling at if 15 aud if 16
as soon as tue quarantine was
raised yesterday the Waianae peo
pie ordered .provisions aud a train
to carry them to Waianae.
THAT JOYFUL r-KEUNO.
With tlie exhilarating Benae of ronewwl
health and strength and Internal clean
1 1 ness, which follows the use of Syrup ol
Figs, is unknown to the few who have
not prog r eased beyond tne old time med
icines and the cheap substituted Bonie-
t lines offered but never accepted by the
ii 1 - . ,
BUling of Bargains.
'! a-ji.laas i M.l!t.
r).M t A Ml an Ml.
Watch Ihe aliorr wlnitovr t Tlie
TenHl of I'mlilon
The tloint ofllialtli will mtrt
Jlils flrlli()Oii at j o'clock.
I The tc ul Uovtftimcnt Jot on
I the mplanailc lui betu iolontcl.
Two mounted nalrolnirii have
liecn illachirKcd for ttnbecomlug
Two rottueiicae liov were fined
cncli Tor niitllciotia Injury In the
District Court today.
Tomorrow inornltit! at ten o'clock
totttaii will sell nn Invoice of new
furniture nt the store, 410 Hotel
It U (relieved the jltirlckbhnwa
.vhlch n Jntianesc hul proposes to
Introduce here are aboard the Klo
The young ladies and gentlemen
who will attend the new bitrli
school are particularly anxious for
tlie opeiilnn day,
A number of prominent Govern
ment officials this luomliiir levlew-
ed tlie site of the proposed stream
walls and c.irtli lillui.
I'rank l'oor, purser of lhc steam
er I.lkclikc, is mixed up with the
Hoard of Health regulations by
leglccliug to get a permit to move.
The second cholera bulletin was
sent from the I'oreign Office yes
terday to all agents of this Govern
ment in other countries.
Hcv. T. I). Garvin's new church
cannot be completed till the win
dows arrive from the Coast per
sailing vessel now on the way.
An liieorporatlan-l'ahlle Meeting Work
Tlie l'ree Kindergarten and
Children's Aid Association has re
ceived a charter of incorporation,
so as to have a legal title to the
control of invested funds and other
property. The Association will
hold a public meeting tomorrow
morning in the Y. M. C. A. ball at
10: to o clock for tlie election ot om
cers aud committees. All members
of the Association are requested to
be present, and all others interest
ed in Kindergarten work are cordi
ally' invited to attend.
The Association has five Kinder
gartens in operation. The Chinese
Kindergarten, the first ever opened,
is in the basement of the Chinese
Church, The Portuguese Kinder
garten, has its own building on
Miller street. The Hawaiian, tne
Japanese, the Foreign, have their
rooms 111 Queen liiuma Han, which
is also the headquarters of the As
sociation, the Teachers' Training
Class, and the Woman's Kinder
garten Club. The! Kindergartens
will open at the same time as tue
U. ft. Sanitary Inspector.
Dr. C. C. Ryder, who has recent
entered on practice here, aud
who served as a volunteer through
the epidemic, has been appointed
sanitary inspector of the United
btates marine hospital service tor
this port. Consul Mills made the
selection aud the latter aud the doc
tor bad a big day's work with the
Australia yesterday. Dr. Ryder
will also act as medical examiner
for the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium
WAS A -CnARAfJTKR.
The Insane Asylum Inmate Taken to tha
The second insane asylum in
mate adjudged to have cholera
gives his name as William Henry
Harrison Hiram Wheeler. He is
quite a character, just crazy enough
to be at times interesting and gen
erally obstinate. With others he
has been 111 strict quarantine since
last Saturday. Un one occasion
before, he assaulted an attendant
who tried to stop him from drink'
ing hydrant water. For this he
was locked in a chair till he sur
rendered. Wheeler was re-writing
the Bible. He said the accepted
edition was full of mistakes. Be'
sides this he had constructed
model of a warship to demolish the
navies of the world. Wheeler
claimed to be the son of George
Washington . The patient has been
very contrary at the hospital. He
refused to ' swallow medicine,
Though aged, the man had quite a
It is a strange thing that this
man, who is rewriting the Bible
cannot write at all. He makes the
printed characters and likely never
bad great familiarity even with
No Dnlns from burns and acalda where
Headings' iiussia naive isuaea. Aiiurug'
gists. 23 cents. IIOLL13THR Dnuu Com
The Chinese residents celebrated
yesterday the fifteenth day of the
eighth month of the moon, in the
twenty-first year of the reign of
Itmperor Kwong Su. Thecelebra
tiou during the day was quiet, but
as soon as the moon arose in the
evening fire-crackers and bombs
were exploded and a general good
time was had. More especially
was this towards Waikiki, where
bombs were fired up to nearly mid
night. The merchants gave din
ners at which invited guests were
On Friday. October 4th
At 10 o'clock a. ui.,
At the Stare. No. 410 Hotel atreet. one
door west of Nuuanu "street, I will aell
at public auction, an invoice or r urni.
ture just received ex "Aloha" from
San Francisco, comprising
BLACK WALMUT BEDROOM SUITS
Ash Uedrooni Suit, Black
Walnut Bedsteads, , , ,
Bureaus and Washstands,
Upholstered Parlor Seta,
' Marble Top Tables, Cham,
LARGE PLATE GLASS MIRRO
Folding Beds, Uattraases,
Etc., Etc, Etc., Eto.
floods on view all day THURSDAY,
James' F. Morgan
lit 1,0 IS Ul'UN AIIAINJ
Will, hlt'Mtr! At I. tlllTllim
Hirlnlir tp.NT I hull miimiii I It
a Maal aad Hawaii lis. dine
A7ieW, That the S. 8. CUudine
lie allowed to proceed aud discharge
her ftclght it any port of the Island
of I In wall without further fumiga
tion, and that any Vcaicl from the
xrtol Honolulu having n clean bill
of health (from the Hoard of Health)
be permitted to land her freight at
any port on this Maud without
The foregoing was unanimously
adopted at a meeting of the Hawaii
Health Hoard on September 26th.
Sheriff Hitchcock was in the
chair. In letters to W. O. Smith
the Hawaii people only urge that
the utmost care be taken and that
the matter of allowing travel be
considered in all its bearings. Mr.
Smith was more than pleased with
this news from Hilo. He intimat
ed this morning that the way to a
clearance was now opening up and
that there would be great caution
as to both passengers and freight.
There will probably continue to be
quarantine Tor passengers.
Tint Star's advices per Kilauca
Hon are even more encourging than
the above and are as follows:
The Hilo quarantine was raised
on Saturday evening last, Septem
ber 28, after arrival of Ktlauea
Hon. A soecial nieetintr of the
Committee of Safety was held. It
was even voted to permit Kilauea's
crew members ashore on necessary
work, but not to' mingle every
where. A verv large number of passen
gers may be expected in Honolulu
by the returning Claudlne. She
should reach her home port Satur
day morning or afternoon.
No difficulty was experienced by
the Kilauca Hou in landing Chin
ese laborers or freight on Hawaii
Hilo people praise and congratu
late the Honolulu Hoard of Health
on their gtand work in stamping
out the plague.
At Wholesale I'rlre..
Why pay 50 per cent, profit to
the middleman? When you can
obtain a single yard or article from
I,. 11. Kerr at strictly wholesale
IB NKKH I1III1ITIKS.
Comment of "An Old Hallor" on Home
Editor Stak: I saw by yester
day's Advtrtistr that the "philo-
huckster" bogey had got loose
again, and am very sorry that it
happens so, for if this industry
booms periodically as heretofore, it
will soon take its place in the front
rank with the saw dust, green
goods and cheque swindles and
frighten the usual number of old
ladles in breeches aud become
standard article in the news market.
The whole thing reminds me of
an altercation I once witnessed be
tweeu two rogues (which collected
a crowd) and gave their confreres
in rascality, an opportunity to mix
with, and pick the pockets of the
I saw by the papers also that
some of our Solons deem thefeucing
in of the Nuuauu stream (or the
fencing out of the disease) a ncces
sary measure. I would say, l'enee
it in by all means and hang the ex
pense. We want to be famous, and as
we have no ancient history to speak
of let us go thundering down the
ages as people who were quite as
wise as our old country kinsmen
the men of Mevagizzy in Cornwall
who advertised their intelligence by
covering their town with fishing
nets to keep a former cholera
epidemic out. The measure may
have been effective of good, and the
tuibuster story may have some
foundation in fact, as Tub Stak
neatly suggests, but both items
look mouldy and belief in them
seems rather odd to an
PUAMIIKit Of C05IMKKCK.
That Bodr 1'etlilone For Mitigation
An important meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce was held
this morning. I'resideut V. A.
Sch'aefer was in the chair. V. M.
Swanzy acted as secretary in the
absence of J. H. Atberton. There
was ,a good attendance of promi
nent business men.
President Schaefer stated the
meeting was the outgrowth of in
formal talk among gentlemen .who
believed that the strict embargo 011
traffic was no longer warranted. It
was plain that the epidemic-had
ceased and that any sickness now
was merely local, not'dangerous to
others and not sufficient pretext for
suppression of I rathe.
Resolutions were presented by
Mr. Swanzy aud seconded by Mr,
Una. The petition is in effect a re
presentation to the Board of Health
of the changed condition with rela
tion to the public health, and a
mention of the hardship to mer
chants. It is requested that there
be permitted the shipment of all
American and lturopean goods
from Honolulu, as well as Hawaii
The petition will be taken up at
the jioard ot tiealtli meeting tin
afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Geo. H. Fairchild, Kufus Spald
ing and the number of other Kauai
people who have been "on the
island," celebrated the ending of
quarantine last night. They set off
fireworks and had a general good
Committed aad Hailed.
George Houghtaillng was com
mitted to the Circuit Court for
trial by Judge Perry today on the
charge of perjury. Houghtaillug
was fined for selling liquor
without a license recently and
fined (100. During the pro
gress of the trial the de
fendant testified that two others
men mentioned were not In the
room. Witnesses for the prosecu
tion swore they had seen them
however. Hence the arrest and
trial for perjury. The bond was
fixed at 1,000. Bondsmen were
easily secured and Houghtaillng is
again at liberty.
1III USDAV nt Tonrm t mimMr
IIIIIMI AttAI' tWIII AN I1IMTI.II
11.11 1. It al I'l l.l.
II Has l'an.e,l SUnr He. II.. Ilia Ilia
f'nntraet In Hie Hanils of In. pee
J. A. I.ow, who has given splell
did service for the cause of Mtulla
tlou in I'dlamn and rCnllhi, is now
finishing up his labor by disposing
of Waipilopito spring nnd stream.
This waterway became contami
nated soon nflcr the appearance of
cholera. Its Hwa bank for n dis
tance of a couple of miles was lined
with homes of natives. These pco
people had wells 011 the edge of the
stream, visited nnd used pools aud
ponds along the course and had
outhouses and pig pens near the
wells and the streams. One bouse
contributed thirteen cases of chol
era to the hospital and the disease
made itself manifest from thcspriiig
to the sea. Quite a number of the
houses were burned, S, M. Damon
Is providing new homes lor these
people, who in the meantime have
been housed by the (iovcrmncut
After the houses were disposed
of the wells were filled nnd the
other nuisances abated, The spring
and stream alone remained, Mr,
I.ow, who had managed all the
operations, was requested to care
lor the creek and its soutcc. lie
first provided system water for all
the people. Now the stream is be
ing filled and the water of the spring
will be pitied beyond a point where
people will reach it. This work will
be completed in a couple of days
now. It includes a summit for
about four acres of half-grown rice
one of Ah In s holdings. It is
hoped to make d partial saving of
the crop. Quite a iorce ol natives
has been engaged in this work and
they have labored most faithfully.
The sight of thousands offish and
shrimp was so aggravating to the
men that Mr. I.oiv, simply to lie on
the safe side used a few gallons of
disinfecting fluid left over from
cleaning day. The death of the
water dcnizenssurnrisedand fright
ened the laborers.
They have been extremely care
less in Waipilopilo. Only yester
day a cesspool above and within
ten feet of the spring was uncover,
cd. It was attached to a pig pen,
Nearly every native in the neigh
borhood owns both pigs aud chick
ens. Most of the residents are
ready and willing to assist in the
cleaning. There was but one not
able rsfusal. A man, prominent
several years ago, bad a lot of fine
upholstered furniture stored 111 a
cottage, while with his entire fam
ily he lived outdoors. 1 Ins person
said the Government could act it
self if it objected to his mode of
living. I he action was taken.
In a couple of days all possibility
of further contagion from the strctin
will be gone. Waipilopilo spring
must have been a trifle "off" from
the carlv years. The name means
fouled, impure or dirty water.
Temple of l'a.lilon.
The Temple of p'asbion clearance
sale is now in progress and notwith
standing tho so called hard times,
the store is thronged witli people
every day. The goods are disposed
of at very low prices. The special
ties for I-riday and baturday will be
merinoes, cashmeres and all wool
challics reduced lrom 50 and 75
cents to 25 cents a yard. At this
low price the goods will not remain
ycry long on the shelves.
It ypu u-nnt to buy, aell or exchange
stampif, go to John T, Hrmvn, Arlington
Block, Hotel atreet. Note change of
CO VST IIAC1M1.
e Au.trellan Marllug Machine The
President A. H. Spreckels has
announced that the starting at the
new Ingleside track will be done by
Gray's Australian starting machine.
One of the machines was recently
Imported from the antipodes, where
they are now in general vogue, and
give marked sattslactinn. the ma
chine consists of two bauds of
strong webbing, each baud about
four incites in width, made fast at
both ends to a frame, which slides
upward and away from the horses
at an angle ot about 45 degrees.
As soon as all the horses are Un
ed up, facing the webbing, the
starter pulls a lever, which releases
the triggers, sends the webbing Hy
ing swiftly and noiselessly upward
and outward, aud the horses are off
in a line.
'We Intend to introduce all the
latest improvements in racing," said
Mr. Spreckels. "The timing will
be done by electricity. The auto
malic indicator will also be Intro
duced by the Pacific Jockey Club,
as well as the result indicator. In
fact, all oi the latest Inventions will
The automatic indicator is placed
above the timer's stand and displays
the time made to every quarter
directly the horses pass the pole.
Highest Honors World's Pair,
Oold Medal-Mldwlnter Fair.
MOST PERFECT MADE.
K pure Gripe Crejm of Tartar Powder, Free
from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant.
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clubs and tue Homes, ur. 1'ricr. a cream
Halting Powder holds Its supremacy.
40 Yea? the Standard.
LEWIS. &-CD,, Igents, Hoi H.
Mil. SI THO AM) DOCIOIIS.
IN rilAM Mill s M AI nil AITKNIl
Ai iiniMi.t him Kill:! k.
Talk tmllie Haelllili-HM allowing Harms
Viliertli Hl.ea.e Is Heaillr
Mnlee of India,
A dozen doctors from all parts of
the State were met together in San
l'rancisco recently discussing the
comma bacillus and his relations.
Mayor Sutio was present and he
happened to mention the name of
l'etteukofer, the great German
specialist on epidemic diseases.
Hut," said Dr. Morse, "l'ettcn-
kofer does not believe in the germ
theory of the propagation of cholera.
He believes rather that it is of mi-
asmic origin something in the sub
soil." "That is true," said Dr. I.aiitc of
Sacramento. "l'etteukofer went
so far in support ot his theory as to
swallow some third cultures of the
cholera bacillus. He did have an
attack of diarrhoea in consequence,
and some ol the doctors said it was
cholera, but in a mild form."
All present, however, were con
verts of the Koch theory of the
Dr. Lovelace, the health officer
of the city, remarked: "Cholera Is
au absolutely preventive disease.
If the right precautious are taken,
there is no danger."
.Dr. Winslow Anderson has seen
a good deal of the comma bacillus
in its native wild.
"What do you do with a cholera
patient, doctor? was asked of him
"Ilury him, mostly," said Dr.
Anderson. "I have seen men taken
sick, continued the doctor, "on
the streets of Madras and they were
dead in an hour.
"No bacillus? Oh, yes, I know
l'etteukofer says that there is no
cholera bacillus. He banks on the
fact that he once swallowed some
of the cultures by way of experi
ment. 1 liat proves nothing. The
acids of the stomach of a healthy
man will destroy the germ. I
might perhaps swallow the germs
with perfect safety. That would
not prove anything. Hut if the
germs once get past the stomach it
is a had business.
"Why, if cholera germs might
not be swallowed in some cases with
impunity the whole of India would
be depopulated in a short tunc.
"The streams, the rivers, the
pools, the ponds in that country are
all impregnated with cholera cerms
It is risking death to taste any of it
without boiling. Yet I have seen
the natives bathe in a pool and
then, when they were through they
would brush away tlie green scum,
fill a bucket with the water in
which they had washed themselves
and take it Home to drink."
I.lue nt C.ir.et..
P. I). Corsets, a full line of
sizes in all qualities, tv reduced
prices, at N. S. Sachs. 520 Koft
idlng of the Useful Life of I'rlm
Another of the old aliis has
passed away. Princess Poomaikc
lani, sister of Queen Dowager Ka
pioUni, died at her home In Kali hi
valley shortly before 6 o'clock yes
terday evening, The deceased was
taken off suddenly, as she was in
good health and spirits up to a few
minutes ot her death, she was
sitting in a chair when she felt pains
m tier cuest. hue was lilted into
bed, where she died. A telephone
message to the Hoard of Health of
fice brought out Dr. Wayson, but
when he arrived it was too late.
Poomaikelani was about fifty-uine
years ol age at the time ol her
death, For over ten years she has
been suffering with paralysis in the
right leg. Notwithstanding her crip
pled condition sue was about con
siderable and she attended services
at the St. Andrew's cathedral until
a few years ago when she became
worse. Recently she was confined
to her home, being deprived of the
use of her limbs. She was a pious
woman and was well liked by all
who knew her. Deceased was un
assuming, being generally seen in
her own carriage with a single
horse driving out to Waikiki. The
body was removed to the residence
of her sister at Honuakaha last
1 he funeral took place from the
residence of Queen Dowager at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon, the following
to the grave being large. Iiishop
Willis performed the ceremonies.
Deceased was at one time repres
entative of the crown on the Island
of Hawaii, On account of her for
mer prominence in governmental
affairs the authorities tendered the
use of the baud and of an escort of
honor of police. These were ac
cepted. A TKiimiii.i: WF.A1-0N.
Frlghirul Kirectltenesa of the New
The new Maxim gun, according
to latest reports, Is one of the most
terrible weapons known to man.
In appearance It is a mere toy,
weighing only twenty, five pounds.
It can fire 600 shots a miuute, so
that it every man ot a regiment was
supplied with It, 36,000,000 shots
could be fired an hour, each bullet
being capable of piercing forty
inches of oak.
If even a small percentage of the
bullets did their work deadly work,
war on a large scale would be im
possible and armies would cease to
meet, ho long -us tue trigger is ueid
back the gun will fire automatically
as long as ammunition is supplied.
When the trigger is released the
firing ceases. 1 lie gun can be un
limbered and fired within fifty-eight
seconds ol the word ot command,
It will prove of especial value iu
a mountainous country, where a
few well placed guns could wipe
out au army, it is no exaggeration
to say that 100 men armed with the
gun could mow down 10,000 cava!
rymen with ease. liach bullet
would pierce tbe bodies of six men
and its muzzle can be moved like
the end of a garden hose.
:am, Ai.OtVn tub
A !: HI' tllll lMMl elctullia
t tlllMIMl t ttilllltfe.
I twills ee.l lie Ah ll-a l eaiiei-hi,i
laaea Ilea AtlllfS-Haw a aeller
The V. S. H. Olympla Is still off
The Klnau It on the marine tall
way being cleaned.
a :,V Schooner llcrllc Miner,
lumber laden, off Koko Head.
The James Makcc towed the
ship John Mcl.cod to sea yesterday.
These arc wonderfully beautiful
nights on the bay but there arc no
boating parties afloat.
The number of shark in the har
bor is Increasing and they will be
plentiful till the steamers come in
The Kilauca Hou brought fifty
head of cattle from Hawaii. The
Waialcalc is expected to bring
The Ke Au Hou will be pretty
well loaded when she goes down
this evening to Kauai. She will
have a heavy freight andjpasscnger
The departure of the Australia
was witnessed by a large crowd of
people. She took a heavy passen
ger list. 1 he band played just oil
The steamer I.ikelike received
freight Irom the Inter-Island wharf
today. She will leave for Hawaii
this evening ami will laice ircigiit ,
aim a nuiuucr Ol passengers now 111
The steamer W. G. Hall will ,
leave on her usual route at 3
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. She
will receive irclgut up to 4 o c ock ,
Ilila nftornnnll. Mis f.vlp U'ill lie
n lifissrMiaer liv hor fnr Kona.
A sailor of the ship John Mcl.cod .
escaped from irons ycsletday mom-'
ing, dropped over the side, swam
ashore and is still in Honolulu, !
with his vessel many miles at sea.
The man was being punished for :
insubordination. The captain said 1
he was glad the man was gone.
From Kntial lier stm rCenuhoii. Oct
2-JIIss II Il.irti-la, A Itlce, nn.t 4 on
From Hawnli nnd Maul, tier elmr
W U Hall. Oct 2-0 II llnvoi.lrn. Mrs
flrau, Mrs Wray Taylor, Mrs Kesaler,
Misa Carrie llowland, Mlaa Ward, Miss
Jaegei, and 1) 011 deck.
From Hawaii and Maui ner almr 1
Kilauea Hou, Oct 3 S deck iiaaaenser
TllUllKUAV, Oct 3
Hou, Weir, from
Hawaii and Mnul.
TjlunsiiAV. Oct 3
Stnir Mkellke. Weisbarth. for Kalm-
lui, liana, Hniuoa and mid Kiptiliuhi,
at h p 111,
Htmr K An Hon, Thomimnn, for
Nawiliwili, Kulon, Kleele, Makeweli,
waiiiiea, llouokua nnd Ilaiminaulu. at
6 p 111.
VF.SSFI.H I.KAVINO TIMIOHKIIW.
Stnir V (1 Hall. Slmerson.
Maui and Huwnli. at 3 ,mi.
Ex Kilauea Hou, from Hawaii and
Maul allot! ska auirar. AO hea l cattle. M
VKXSHl.S IN TOUT.
U S H Deiiiiington, Thomas, Mare Island
(Coatera not included In tills list.)
Ilk J U Ulade. Htetre. Bremen.
Hebr Transit, JorKenfum. H K
Ilktll Amelia, Ward, Kureka, O
llrlg W (1 Irwin, William., H V
Am skip H 1' IllUlieoek, dates
Ilk Matilda, nwetiMon, t ort iowunciki
liar C I) llryant, Jacolmen, Ijiysnii 1st
llan'n bk Andrew Welch, l)rew,HK
FiriKKIN VFNSKI.S KM'KCTF.H
Br bark City of Ailouilde, Newcastle
Ilktne riauter, Dow, 1'ort (laint.lo
Ilk AtnbajMadoi lackimnville
Bk Amy Turner. New York
Ship Marie Hackfeld, Liverpool
tier sh II Hackfeld, New York
Bark Albert, UrillUM, H F
Br bk Allien flroe Liverpool
tier l,k 1 (J l'lluger, Bremen
Bktn H N Castle, Hubbard, H F
Bk H C Allen, Thom,oll, H F
Ger bark Paul Isentierg, Liverjiool
AT NEUIIIIIOIUNO I'OKTS.
Bk It I' Itltbet, Morrison, H F
A general court martial with
Captain Good as President and
Lieutenants L,udcwig and Schaeffer
as members has held the trial of
Private Duschalsky, The latter
made a racket on the waterfront
last week, then was troublesome at
the garrison. The finding and ver
dict of the court will not be pub
lishcd lor some days yet.
Kttntei antl Hull tn the Jutllclnry
Hi. II. Mug.
The widow of the late V. H.
Harper, of Koloa, Islaiul of Kauai,
has petitioned Judge Cooper that
Clarence W. Ash ford, administra
tor, be summoned by due process
of law to Ahow cause why he should
not be removed for failure to file an
inventory of all the estate of said
If. II. llayselden. surviving
trustee of the Hayseldeit estate has
filed his annual account, showinir
a balance on hand of $4,566.30.
Win. CowausuesT. II. Patterson
and Ida C. Patterson for $625 for
bill of wages as manager of grocery
liucti acji lit Juue.
Tell you ntiAt I llkn tat-
Ijoujr about ki. In June,
'Bout tit tlnitf tit bcrrUs tneUl
On lit loe ihjumi lifirritoun
Like to jet irlt uut autl tvt
And not work at uoihlinf eta,
Ortbanl'd w tie re I'd ruUitr be
Needn't tVncti It la tor lue)
Jen the whale ky oterliraii
And tlie u bub alrtU uniltrnf atb
Kurt u' a.'., a man can breathe
Like he ort ami kind u ha
Elbow room to kecrlewlr
Sprawl out lenuthwara on the grana
Whrre tbe ahaddtr'e thttk ami aoTt
Aa the kHvcra ou the 1kx1
Moil.tr Aire lu the b.fi
Alius when they'e com.any.
March ain't not h In newj
April' altogether too
waah for ine, and Hay-1 J
'Hoiuloate lu prumUee-
Little hfuU o amuhlne and
Green around tlie tluitwrland
A ftw bliMMOtna and a few
Urap ealecp, and It turn In
'fore fU) light and mo atf'lol
llutwhvn JunetMiroe! ClWr mjr throat
With wild honey! (tenet, mj hair
In the dew and hold iny cuall
Whoop out loud and throw mj hatl
June wanta me. and I'm to I1rr(
Hree4 them !iaddn any Wre.
I'd git down and waller there
And obleetfed to jrou at that!
Wfcinea WLHcowb HIUj.
The Mlowlnif fit ma have met
eliainlUc on the Deeanle wharf fr
shipment to the other islands
CHEESE, BUTTER, Cte.
V.X Al etiui.M
llnim atel Una llaleln. "almnn
in tli; Until r,. M I . ails) I, X. I.
CliiM'an, Unions, 1'otMne
!!, DAYIES & CO., LIMITED
CROCERIE8 AND PROVISIONS.
LEWIS & GO.
Have a full line of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS
on the Oceanic Wharf for sale.
The goods wilt be left thetc until
' I'.x. Al'ttKAl IA.
The follow, ing iruud aroon thelK-eanir
uhnrfi llux H hole Com, ImtJ'CretUil
Corn, llama ami ll.icon, rai (linned
Salmon 4'-iin! Tin", oi'ea Table
I'ruila, rrnlea Onions, irate liurlmnk
PolntiM, bundle. Codfish, culpa fall,
l',i. Mm Eit.
'-neks " l!ccMor" Flour.
'4-eni'kB " A " I'lour.
Hags Island Hugar.
HENRY MAY . CO.,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
jjaCFAUIjAXK .V CO., Ltd.
iir.vr.ssr.v Hit xiiv 111. r
o. I. 8. AM. llOliltllO.N WIIIHKKY
M H,i 10 .aclairuaanJ a pmall
,101 01 ..III.US1,II-I1L e II 1M Mi'llB)
ill ((uartfl nnd Pints.
H. W, McCHESNEY & SONS,
Ex S. 8. Australia.
Casks Hnnia, Itoxes U.-icoti, Hacks Cod
Fish, Hacks Ilieiida, Hacks Mackerel,
Hacks Skipjacks, ,' , llbl. Halt I'illi, Cases
Hnlnion, Crutea Onions, lloxes (irt'cn
Api'Iea, Dried Green lVoa (neiv crop),
, llbl. Wit l'urk, Canes llopa, j and 'a,
ia llbl. Salmon (now pack), Sucks I'ltik
lieana (new crop). Sacks Kiyo lleaus
(new crop), A. A, Itolliil O.ita, Cute!
Milk, Cuoes Deviled Ham, Hox Drinl
rrunes(tiew packKlaaea I. a. I,. t licim
.Table Krulta, llaga Kino Middlings,
I l"K t'atenl r.xcellcnl Hour.
I ft W. McCHESNEY & SONS.
FLOUR AND BRAN.
i:.v Ml vi:iia.
and Bran. . . .
HAY AND CHAIN
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
ltolled lliirlev, Wheat, l'.ran, Oats
Hay end Tip To,
Flour in quantities
ill I IV
I ,Tho following' firms have goods on
tho quarantine wharf, ox schooner
Aloha anil brig .W. (1. Irwin. Tlie
goods can bo shtp)nil to tho other
inlands without iiernilts:
HAY AND FEED.
Uniin 1 Fnd .Company.
Whole Uarlcy, Hay, Oats,
Middlings. I'lour. Corn and
FLOUR AND FEED.
CODFISH, ROLLED BARLEY, BRAN
MIDDLINGS, C. &. C. FLOUR
on Quarantine Wharf.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,, LIMITED
No. 1 Island Sugar
on Quarantine Wharf.
H. DAVIES & CO., LIMITED,
CASTLE & COOKE.
' - 1- -. f
Ilave tho fi'HowiDKOnodif on thuV.tcinc
Ilia. I tli.irf ro.uly lur ini'i.iji
Vacuoline Engine Oil,
600 W CYLINDER OIL,
BROWN LAUNDRY SOAP,
Settled with a Fortune.
The following letter is taken from
a late San l'rancisco Examintr anil
A Hitll.rarlory hetlltniriil.
Ban Fiunci-co, 8t-ite iiiUt ill. ImiY
(1KO. II, TVbON, Kmj, (it'iu'rnl ArciiI
Herman American Insurance, txni.
puny, ri C alifornia aliect, I'll)-,
Dear Bih: With pleasurn as Hell aa
tlltllka hs b.'it to aiktiouleduu there!
clpt uf j our clu ck for ei t nty llioasaml
uouarsif ,u,iaij, payuieni in run on ) our
lxilick's cuttrlnK our mill undstureut
Se.itin, llutr.UiMl, Count)', Col.
Tlie prompt uiiiient us well as the
manner oi aclllemt'iit makes it u iiIciiMiut
duty for us pi rvcommeinl ihe tlKBVUN
AMEIIICAN ISM'liANCK COMIUM' JSlW
Yohk to all pmiierly i ners kIk) take
out insurance inul ile.Ito eultil security
as well aa prouit atitleiueut. .
Youra truly, '
TIIK l'AlMHO I.UJIlli:U CO.. 1
l'er V, B. llAiiK, Vice Pre.
WILDER & CO,,
Agtntt for Ihe Jawaiijii JihnJi,
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Durinir inv nlneiioe from the Islands,
my wife, 1i'Isa M, Drk. bolda full
l'.iwvr of Attorney nml will act in all
liiniiiieaa iiintlera for me.
I. II. IIKK.
Honolulu, Sept. Si.lMll. 771-1 w
Notice to the Public.
Tho KuliKvription List of the Ha
ailan IMIef Mocletr is now nnrn t
I lie olllre of the Unltiti Feed C.imtMiny.
Sulieriplinns fur nny amount will lie
UI.UKUI. 11 t .MKCIIII.II,
F. W 3l.UTAM.ANF.,
Tflbjtf Hubaiription Cmuuiltlee.
Notice to Shippers.
I Al I." nn
liv Iho ateaiiier "V, O.
IIaiI. ' lire riiiueetei to niako all ahiiM
iiieuls for K1111, previous to tlie enilinir
No freiicht will lw received after 8
o'clock a. 111, on sailing dtir.
W. II. Mcl.EAN,
Secretary, I. I. H. N. Co.
Honolulu, AllKUSl 31st, lf'.l").
Oilices, en suite or sini'leon the
ground lloor of the prcmincfl formerly
occupied by the Dally Itulletlu Company
on Merchant street, sli tho laro hafl
on tho eecotul floor of tho same biiild
hitf. Apply nt tho office ol
WJf. CI. 1KWINACO. Lu.
Chloralum as a
is without a
HKNSON, SMITH & CO.
you often wish you hail
a Boila fountain at home.
This ilcsiro can be
overcome . by taking
homo a bottle of
Xlio addition of n
small quantity to a glass
of water makes a deli
cious drink. It is supe
, rior to grapo juice does
not havo that "sickish
tasto , but possessing
all U10 fiuo flavor that
only good fruit can im
part. Try a bottle.
Quart bottles 60e.
HOBRON DRUG 00.
11.1 va lie al K,V.
Agrncv. A and rA Mmhanfe rxchatir. fan
jrancuiv. tat.. wi.rn t-onuaiie lor aair
tUiugxan be m 1 (or It.