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NOTICE TO HOLDERS
Of Llconsos Issued by tho Interior
The attention of parties holding Licenses
issued by the Interior Department is called
to Section '2 ol Chapter '2$ ot tho t.aw s of
1800, which rends ns follow:
"Section 2. If any person or person
holding n License from tho Interior De
partment shall close- out, transfer or ns-dgn
tho business for which said llceno Is held,
during tho term for 'which the same was
issued, thoy shall within thirty dnya from
the dato of such closing out, transfer or
assignment, notify tho Minister of tho In
terior of such fact In writing and return
said Iilconso to tho Interior OIllco for can
cellation under a penalty of $100 upon
complaint to any l'ollco or District Jus
tice." The requirements of this Section will
hereafter be strictly unforced.
OIIAS. T. GUMCIC,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ofuee, Oct. 14, 180.'.
B4S 3t-41 St
By virtue of authority given by an Act
of tho Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tho Infection ot Cholera in
tho Hawaiian Islands, approved on thcTth
day of Septembor, 1802, and upon the re
commendation of tho Board of Health, I
do hereby declare all Torts of Entry in this
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
notice. E. C. M AGFA ULAN K,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, 1802. K5S-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thoe
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to the drouth and the Miaicit
of water in the Government ltescrvoirs
tho Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
O. K. Spknckr,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. f, 180.'.
Mr. EDWAKD KUAPUHI has this dnj
beu appointed an Agent to Grant Mai
rlage Licenses for the District of Hanalcl,
Island of Kauai.
CHAS. T. GUUC'K,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oillce, Oct. 13, 1892. 547-Ut
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
FRIDAY, OCT. 11, 1892
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
There aro two bills relating to the
Honolulu Firo Department ponding
in the Legislature. One of them is to
havo all orders for apparatus, sup
plies, etc., approved by tho Board
of Representatives, instead of being
issued at tho exclusive discretion of
the Chief Engineer. This is a mea
sure already adopted by tho Board,
but requiring an act of tho Legisla
ture to give it legality. The other
bill is to abolish tho ollico of Firo
Marshal, and pass his duties over to
the Chief Engineer. This is a mea
sure of economy, as tho Chief En
gineer is to get but $75 a month for
this part of his work, while tho
salary of tho Firo Marshal is $175 a
month. Tho duties aro chiefly to
look aftor tho steam fire engines, to
inspoct stovepipes in uso, and to
pass upon building plans as to their
conformity with tho firo sections of.
the building law. It is expected
that each engine company's engineer
will look aftor his own engine, under
tho supervision of tho Chief En
gineer. Building plans will bo loft
with the Superintendent of Public
Works. Tho Chief Engineer be
lieves he can take caro of tho btovo
pipos by spoudiug two days a week
in their inspection. This measure
was discussed at tho Board some
timo ago, where it was viowed with
divided opinions. Some members do
not think tho ollico of Firo Marshal
can bo abolished without impairing
tho efficiency of tho Dopnrtmont.
Siuco tho publication of an article
in this paper tho other day, on the
subject of precautions against cho
lera, a review of a book by Dr. G.
Daromborg, Paris, treating of tho
prevention of tho diseaso, has come
undor our observation in tho Now
York Nation. Tho nuthor maintains
that the cholera causo, ouco depo
sited in tho soil, may lio dormant
but vital to renew its activit' aftor a
term of years. This is a strong
reason why nothing should bo loft
undone to prevent tho diseaso get
ting any hold in Hawaiian territory.
Dr. Daromborg says that tho oxist
ing Parisian epidoniio has no rela
tion to tho present Russian and
North Gorman disease, whose im
mediate connection with India may
bo traced by a chain of well-defined
links. Tho roviowor of tho Nation
gives tho following information ro
garding tho cholera bacillus:
Although not accepted by soino
excellent Indian authorities, wo may
assume with tho writer that tho
comma bacillus of Koch holds a
causal rotation to epidoniio cholera.
Forewarned as to tho habits of that
miorobo. wo may forearm ourselves
against its ofTeols. It U pretty cer
tain that it withstands all natural
cold; that boiling (in water) will de
stroy it; that it multiplies in ordi
nary drinking water with variable
rapidity; that it survives, at least
for a tune, in tho soil; that, wot or
dry, it may cling to any article it
touches, preserving a prolonged
vitality, thus making clothing, food,
tho dubt of tho house or of tho street,
as well as unclean hands or utensils,
mediums of infection. Just how
long it may survive when dried bj'
tho forces of nature is yet undeter
mined. Hoforoneo is made to Dr. Daroin-
botg's strenuous advocacy of tho
theory of tho prolonged vitality of
tho bacteria in tho earth, "so that,
when brought to tho surface by
turning up tho soil or by capillarity,
and mingled with tho dust, thoy,
like tho bacilli of tubercle, aro ready
to convoy their special poison. From
this ho insists that "howago-irrigation
farms which havo received choleraic
discharges not disinfected aro con
stant menaces to tho public health,
and that tho groat farm of Gcnno
villiors is responsible for much of
tho special diseaso of Paris." Tho
following paragraph Iroiu tho ro
viow in question may convoy a hint
to our health authoritios. If our
quarantine of steamers can bo made
any simpler and quicker without
taking from its olFoclivoness it would
gratify everybody directly and in
But what is of more immediate)
popular interest is tho avoidance of
tho diseaso when it is at hand. Land
quarantine on a largo scalo has no
value, and only creates a false sense
of security. Quarantine by sea that
does not involve comploto disinfec
tion, is useless as to the country to
be protected and destructive to tho
voyagers. A quarantine ol observa
tion with comploto disinfection of
vessel, passengers, and freight, in
volves short time and moderate ox
ponso and is suiliciout. Tho station
at tho mouth of tho Mississippi is
cited as a typical example of intelli
gent prevention. Except as to tho
arrangements for observing suspec
ted passengers, it has always been
supposed that tho facilities for dis
infection at Now York wore adequate
to prevent tho ontrauco of an opi
It is declared that tho cholera
germ cannot withstand 212 degrees
F., nor live in an acid medium, nor
survive certain other germicides, tho
most important of which is corrosivo
sublimate. Tho reviewer says:
It has now been determined by
oxact experiment that vory slightly
acidulated fluids kill tho comma
bacillus, and tho froquont immunity
woll loci persons ol fruuu uifrofi
Hon appears to rest upon tho natural
acidity of the gastric secretion. Cer
tainly, as heroin advised, tho habitual
u'-o of about six grains of citric acid
to a pint of water, as an ordinary
drink in the jiresenco of cholera, not
onljr destroyes stray bacilli in tho
water itself, but fortifies tho stomach
against attack in that direction.
Wherever groups of people work
together, tho management should
supply thorn with this cheap and
pleasant beverage A very dilute
mineral acid has the same good
All this is vory important and
should bo preserved for guidanco in
tho event of a visitation of tho dis
ease. Tho roviowor continues:
Two popular fallacies aro disposed
of here. Alcohol, tho broken staff
upon which so many lean in danger,
predisposes tho stomach to tho re
ception of tho bacilli. Opium,
sought for tho relief of pain, is not
disengaged through tho inflamed
kidneys, and hastens tho end. Boil
ed water drunk soon after boiling is
safe, but if exposed it may serve to
nourish germs accidentally intro
duced. One can never bo sure of ice.
Porcelain filters daily and scrupu
lously brushed with acidulated water
may bo dopondod upon. All others
either become clogged or do not de
tain the poison. Alum, whose abili
ty to clarify muddy (alluvial) water
lias long been known, is horo an
nounced as a germicide also. It is
claimed that throo grains agitated
through a quart of water will not
only leave it clear at tho end of
twenty-four hours, but also free from
In conclusion Dr. Daromborg's
work is thus torsoly summed up:
But to bo clean, to bo clean, to bo
clean, is tho burden of tho book.
CleaiiBo tho mouth, the nose, tho
skin, and above all, tho hands, and
uso for this purpose as woll as for
drinking only disinfected wntor.
Keep tlio body warm and well
nourished. Cut short the prelimi
nary painless diarrhcea. Bo always
scrupulously clean, and for tho sake
of others disinfect all omitted fluids,
For its manner and inspiration tho
book itself should be consulted, and
its immodinto translation into Eng
lish would bo to tho popular good.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living noar hero, foil against a rod
hot stovo and was fearfully buruod.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho burn wassosovoro as to
scar tho child for lifo. I sold tho
lad a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Halm, which, aftor greasing tho sore,
sho applied. It soon removed all
tho firo and eased tho pain, and in
ton days tho boy was woll, no trace
of tho scar remaining, J. D, Mc
Laren, Koysport, Clinton county, 111.
For sale by all dealers. Bonsou,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
a-UIfi WKHKJ.Y JIULLETIN 28 COL
. uiims uf Interesting KeudlnK Matter,
Islands, $4; mailed to foreign countries, $5.
k Young Woman Beaten and
Strangled to Death.
The Brother-ln-Lavi and Ills Wife
Arrested for the Crime.
News came by tho steamer W. G.
Hall from windward ports this after
noon of tho suspicious ending of a
young girl, sistor-in-law of J. Costa,
of Kcauhou, Hawaii.
On Monday evening of last week
tho young woman was in tho best of
health and on Tuesday morning sho
was found dead. Sheriff Hitchcock
and Dr. Williams wore sent for
and arrived on tho stoanior
Kiuau. Dr. Lindloyof Koauhou is at
present on a visit to Honolulu. Tho
doctor examined tho girl and found
ovidonco of strangulation.
Tho matter is baintr investigated
by the bherill, and tho ovidonco
points suspiciously toward J. Costa
as tho perpetrator of tho dastardly
deed. When the stoanior W. G.
Hall loft yesterday tho investigation
was still going on.
On tho night tho steamer left on
her last previous trip, tho Costiis had
a row and Sophia, tho sister-in-law,
was found dead next morning.
Costa called a Spaniard named
Pisano and Sam Hall, and told them
ho wanted a coffin made and a hole
dug. Ho told them that Sophia was
dead, and attributed her death to a
certain female ailment, and said sho
must bo buried right away.
When tho bhorilt arrived ho hold
an inquest. Tho jurj' gave a verdict
that tho causo of death was "bruises."
Tho woman's body was in a torriblo
Tho day tho death was discovered
Costa and his wife went down to
Honry Weeks' place. He was arrest
ed thoro and taken to Kailua lock
up. The woman was not takon, as
she said sho was not ablo to travel.
Dr. Williams had tho body disin
terred and hold an autopsy on it.
Ho declared tho causo of death was
strangulation. Tho lungs wore in a
congested state, and the head and
face woro like a jell', as if from a
It was supposed at last accounts
that Mrs. Costa would bo arrested
without further delay.
A Good. Tiling to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy Kansas) Chief.
Some years ago wo woro vor- much
subject to sovore spells of cholera
morbus; and now when wo feel any
of tho symptoms that usually pro
coed that ailment, such as sickness
at the stomach, diarrhoea, etc., wo
become scary. Wo havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy tho vory thing to
straighten one out in such cases, and
always keep it about. Wo aro not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
a good thing to keep handy in tho
house. For sale by all dealors.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
In the Toils Again.
A well-known bad character named
Ano Keomakaui was arrested yostor
day on a warrant sworn out by
Fanny Saho, charging hor with tho
larceny of a boar's tusk broastpin,
valued at S18, on October 1st. Ano's
trial was to have takon placo this
morning in tho Police Court, but at
defendant's request tho case was sot
for Wednesday next. This is not
tho first timo this j'oung woman has
boon undor arrost for theft, as not
long ago sho was tried for stealing
money belonging to Mrs. Baker, and
acquitted on account of blunders in
tho ovidonco of a Chiuoso servant.
An Ejectment Suit.
A native jury has boon engaged,
the ontiro any, in listening to tho
testimony in tho ojectmont buit in
which K. K. Goorgo is plaintiff, and
Mrs. II. Holt is defendant. Tho con
troversy is relative to tho ownership
of cortain lands, situated noar Hor
Dowagor Majesty's residence, on the
corner of Queen and Punchbowl
streots, and about an aero and a half
in sizo, Tho caso was still on at -1
o'clock. Mr. A. Rosa roprosonts tho
defendant, and Mr. Iimtwell tho
plaiutul, m tho case.
A Dood or not a Deod.
Tho case of alleged forgery in
connection with a deed of land pur
ported to havo boon transferred by
His lato Majesty Kalakaua, for tho
sum of $5000, and iu which Queen
Dowager Kapiolani is the plaintiff
and S. W. Maholona defendant, oc
cupied tho attention of Judgo Dolo
in chambors nearly all of to-day.
Tho testimony of Mr. F. W. Macfar
lano,as an export in chirography,was
takon. Mr. F. M. Hatch appears for
tho Queen Dowagor and Mr. O. W.
Ashford for Maholona. Tho caso is
A Gambler's Fato.
Naaioono, tho cho fa gambler who
made tho assault on Cnpt. L. Touis
sant of tho police force sometime
sinco, and who received a gontonco
of sixly days in the Folico Court,
from which ho appealed, was
brought up this morning for bon
teuce in the Supreme Court ami re
ceived a hontonco of sis months' im
prisonment and a line of $100,
"I'll stay another week," ho wrote,
He liuif the letter In Ills coat
Anil murmured, "If yon do or not
On tills juckiot."-A'. Y, Hecorder.
Tho Cottago of Mr, Schwabach Is In
vaded by a Japanese.
Last Sunday night nbout 9 o'clock,,
whilo Otto Graf, a servant of Mr.
Schwnbach, was sitting on tho veran
da of that gentleman's cot (ago on
tho Hotel grounds, ho noticed a tall,
slim Japanoso suspiciously watching
tho house. Finally tho .lapaneso
got on a gasoline tank, lying down
flatly on top of it. Mr. English,
manager of tho Hotel, walking up
Richards street noticed tho man.
Ho did not intorfero with him but
got tho key to tho cottago lately oc
cupied by Admiral Brown, and en
tered it. Opening the blinds ho
watched for nbout half an hour.
Mr. Schwnbach, who was out riding,
returned about this lime, and Graf
took tho horso off to the stable. Mr.
Schwabach entered his cottago and
sat in tho parlor, whon ho was dis
turbed by a noise in tho rear.
Ho saw a Japanese start to run
and gavo chaso. ..Mr. JMiglisu enino
along at this timo from tho opposito
direction. Tho Jap, in order to got
past, struck Mr. English, but was
attacked by Mr. Schwabach, who
knocked him down. Ho got up
quickly and ran toward Alakoa
street. Otto Graf was at this timo
coming back and saw tho Jap. Ho
mauo an nuompi. to cnicn mm out
saw tho glittor of something which
he thought was a khifo in tho Jap's
hand. Ho allowed him to pass. But
on seoing tho other two following,
Otto turned around and joined in
tho pursuit. Ho followod tho fugi-
tivo down through .Hotel street to
Adam's lane, through to Garden
lane and up to tho lano loading to
tho Chinese Y. M. C. A., whore tho
follow disappeared. Otto, during
tho pursuit, cried "Polieol police!
Haul in!" but no help camo to him.
With regard to a local in this
morning's Advertiser, hoadod "A
Surprised Count." Mr. Schwabach
wishes to state that tho only thing
which surprised him was tho phan
tasia of that paper's reporter.
Young Husband You aro devel
oping into an excellent housekeeper.
Wo havo not had half tho usual ox
ponses in tho last three weeks. How
in tho world did you manage it?
Young Wife I had tho things
charged. Texas Sifting.
The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is the
Sheriff of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the Couutv Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral years in my family and for my
" own use, and found it does me
"more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general hpndnclie
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
" at the pit of the stomach, and
' ' sourness, when food seemed to rise
' ' up in my throat and mouth. When
" I feel this coining on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great iemedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodhury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
By Lewis J. Levey.
TO-MORROW, Oct. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Salesroom, I will sell at Public
Short Length Cussinieros and Tweeds,
Pictures and Frame.
Jewelry & Watches
1 Double Door Hall's Fireproof
Safe, over 5 feet high.
By Jiib, F. Morgan,
' AUCTrON" SALE OF
Regan Vapor Launch !
On THURSDAY, Oct. 20th,
AT 12 O'OI.OOK NOON,
At iny Salesroom, Ouecn Street, I will sell
at Public Auction
1 REGAN VAPOR LAUNCH
good order, wltn uuslilons
I'ittlmrs. The vessol Is
and all Eittlniif
A I und nearly new,
Tho lioat can he seen at any time
nrevious to side. For further particulars
By Jas. F. Morgan
Wines fi Liquors
By order of Mkniis. II. HACKKHLI) &
CO. I wilt poll ot I'ulillo Auction,
nt my Salesroom,
AT It O'OI.OOK A,
A'-orlnient of Wines nnd Liquors,
IRISH fi SCOTCH WHISKIES,
PORT & SHERRY WINES,
CLAKKT ,t RHIN'EWINE,
MINERAL WATERS, Etc., Etc.
Also n Consignment of
Which will he sold.
closed out nt this Snlc.
Mares & Colts !
On SATURDAY, Oct. 15th,
AT 12 O'OI.OOK NOON,
At .1. I. Dowsett's Stahles, Queen street, 1
will sell nt Public Auction
20 Head of Mares & Colts
Somo Broken to Harness. Also,
1 Sorrel Mare
Broken to Harness,
1 LARGE BAY CARRIAGE HOUSE.
1 CARRIAGE HORSE,
1 CONCORD 2-SEAT WAGON,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Oct. 19tli,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tlio ltciclonco of S. W. MlDmiUIl,
Esq., Fort street, I will sell at
Tho : Entire : Household : Furniture,
Comprising in part
1 SQUARE PIANO,
Largo Center and Sofa Hugs,
.'Might Chandeliers, Lamp,
Wicker Rockers, Easy Chairs,
U. W. Upholstered Lounges,
1 HAXDriOMK OAKVEI)
B. V7. BEDROOM SET,
Spring and Hair Mattres-.es,
Single and Double Bedsteads,
Child's Crib & Mattresses,
1). W. Oillce Table,
B. V. Wardrobe,
Oak Sideboard, Dining Table
1 NKW OAK UKKUlOEUATOlt,
1 New Empress Stove & Utensils
Ferns & Falnas,
, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Premises onon for inspection
Tuesday, Oct. 18th, from U a. m. till a i-.
AUCTION SALE OF
Hy order of Mr. E. B. Tonnoy, Executor,
mid William O, Smith, Esq., Administra
tor with Will Annexed ol the Estate of
Parker N. MaUeo, deceased, I will sell at
On MONDAY, Oct. 24th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Honolulu,
Fifty-eight and One-half Shares
of the Stock of the Wai-
hee Sugar Co,
Of the Par Value of $1000 per Share.
-. THUMB OASHI
W For further particulars Inquire of
E. i. Tommy, or W. 6. Smith.
Honolulu, Oct, 10, 18!L'.
J. W. GUNST, M. D.
Has removed to J)r. Foote's premises and
ollico, corner of Punchbowl and Uere-
taiila streets, during his abnouce.
Temple of Fashion
GREAT EXCITEMENT FOR
Til Entire Stoolc of
Laces, Ribbons, Gloves,
Ladies' Jackets, Blouses,
5 In Fact Everything in- the Fancy Goods Line
will De on Sale THIS WEEK.
Prices Out In Half ! No Reserve !
BST LADIES DO NOT
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Block, Sort Street.
M. A D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
PREPARE for CHOLERA
BENSON, SMITH & OO.
Copperas, Chloride of Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanifas,
Bromo-Ckloralum, Carbolic Acid,
ETO, ETC, ETO., ETC.
113 & 115 Fort St., - - - Honolulu, H. I.
MISS THE CHANCE ! -8
Temple of Faslaioxi.