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Engrosser - and - Illuminator
Pacific Hardware) Co.
ics of lie Day.
Honolulu has as many machin
ists considering tho population as
any place w o know of and
thoy'ra good machinists too, mon
who can tako a steel rod and with
tho assistance o'f n lathe fashion it
into parts for tho most intricate
machinery for an ongino. To do
this, of course, requires a know
lodge of tools as Troll as the hand
ling of them.
In our storo room ono depart
ment contains tho most complete
assortment of machinists, tools iu
tho city. Look ut thorn and you
will find they are all of first
quality (the prico will give you
the impression that they aro
thirds) every ono of them hbining
like nn African's heol. Tho as
sortmont couBists of hammers al
sizes and shapes from tho cute
little one used by the jowollers to
tho hoavy ono which tho boiler
maker uses in riveting the stool
plates togother. T'.ien wo have
tho Ilundy Pips Wrench, u new
derico without a fault. This tool
will be found a convenient one evon
in the house where none of tho
ooonpants ure machinists. Hand
vises for machinists can be hud
of us in overy size manufactured,
so can Pipe Vises and Cold
Chisels. We have every thing
UBod by metal workers in thoir
Then wo havo a slook of car
penters wood working tools
second to none in tho city first
only in quality. You cannot
call for u tool uaed by a carponter
that wo do not havo in stock.
Another thing you may be inter
ested in is an axo that will hold
its edge a new thing in axes and
Bomothing overy one n-ods ubout
Bird cages havo beon mention
ed in another paper; just bore wo
will soy that tho stock wo carry
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Fort & Kinir Streets.
city drayQe c-
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Stand adjoining H. Hnckfeld &
Co., Fort Btreet. General Cart
ing and Drayago Biisiuiss dono.
RESTORED TO HEALTH
nir Tint vtr. or
Mm. M. A. Cummin, of VarravlllB,
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"About a jear ago, I had a aevcro attack
of Influenia, which left mo very weak, with
out energy, appetite, or Interest In life. Ob
taining Uttle or no relief from doctors, or
from tho many remedies recommended to mo,
I finally tried Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and from
Uiat time, I began to gain health and struDgth.
t continued the treatment until fully recov
ered, and now hayo very great pleasure In
telling my friends of tho merits of Ayer's Sap
aparllla, and the happy results of Its uso. I
consider It the best blood-purlfler known."
Has curod othors, will euro you.
Udo by Dr. J. O. Ajer 4 Co., LoweIl.Mti.,U.8A
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Solo Agents tor tho Republics of Hawaii.
is Mmo. Yale's iufallible euro of Freckles.
Tim and Sunburn It is tho only remedy
over compounded that will reraovo freckles
completely nud surely.
Tho fuiror and moro dtllrnto the skin,
the more likely it is to rccklo and tho
worso it will look ofter it ifl freckled.
Thousnudaof women, otliArwiHii beautiful,
are disfigured by Hichm uiibigbtly, brown
blotohoA. Nothiog will hide them. They
are a source of misery, but they enn bo cured.
La Freckhi in the dtatu-wrrmt to freckles.
Tho irormrntiun of La Frock la Is ouo of
Mine. YoIo'h groutest ftoliiovoinonts.
There are many Imitations, some of them
very duugerouB nud hurtful to the skin;
none of thotn realty offectivo. For safety
and certaiuty, insist always on getting the
gonuino aud original Ln Freckla.
Frico SI ut drugstores, or by mail.
MME. M. YALE. Ueulth and Beauty
Specialist, 140 SUto St., Chicago. Beauty
Quide. mailed free,
HOBltON DRUG CO.,
Do not forgot that Merinos
and Cashmeres, all wool, will bo
sold at 25 conts a yard nt tho
Templti of Fashion's elearnuco sale
!3noak thiovos nro at work in
town and it is no longer safe to
leave canary birds, rooking
chairs, etc., on verandahs. Com
plaint is also mudo that clioico
flowers and plants aro stolen
from gardens bodily.
"290'' is tho number most fre
quently callod ovor the telindiono
wiros. It rings up tho United
Oahmacie Company's stand, whoro
Superior Hacks with safo and
courteous driven;, aro always to
bo found. A coropleto livery
outfit, including buggies and wng
gonottos, furnished at tho short
WITH THE BOAT CREWS.
HIKE OF -rilOI IVKIIR I'ltACTIC-
i.Nti i.Asr Muirr.
! All Animated ftceno on (lie Water-
The Ilenlanln Waut an Of
Training for the first annual
regatta of tho Hawaiian Bowing
Association may bo said to havo
actually commenced last ovouing,
ub from this time to tho day of
tho races tliero will bo no let up
in the daily spins on tho water
nor in the constant caro and in
struction of tho throe coaches.
Tho Myrtles have placed thoir
destinies in tho able hands of
Goorgo Carter, tho Loilanis in
that of L. do L. Wurd, whilo S.
E. P. Taylor looks aftor tho Hca
lunis. Yiaitora to oithcr of tho boat
houses botwoon 5 and G p. m.
betweon now and tho first of Sep
tember will bo rewarded by get
ting a good look at tho per
sonnel of tho various crews
and a good chance to ob
serve the mode of rowing and so
forth of the various crows. Last
evening thoro wore nino crews
from tho various clubs on tho
water, of whom the Honlanis had
two four-oared and two six-oared
shells, tho Myrtles two fours and
UUU OJA UUU bllU JJCliUUID UTU lUUiO I
out. The crows were made up as I
follows, and unless some unlor
seon accident ocours those men
tioned below will be found in the
samo placos on tho 21st of Sep
Senior Crew. O Soronson,
stroke; David Orozior, Ituby Dex
ter and Smith, bow.
Junioi Crow. Ohas Crane,
Henry Gilos, Willio Thrum and
Sonior Crow. Chris Holt,
shoko; LdoL Ward, J D Holt
and Eddio Holt, bow.
Junior Crew. OhriB Willis,
stroko; Big Dick, Prince David
und Joo Conradt.
Senior Crpw.S E P Taylor,
stroko, O E Wiilliu, E H Parker
and Willie Chamborlain, bow.
Junior Crew. C D Walker, H
E Walker, Geo O Boss and It W
For tho Bix-oareil unrgo races
in tho Froshmen Class tho crows
have not yet beon selected in
eithor club, but ns there are many
aspirants in all throe for positions
a good raco is already assured.
Freshmen are those who havo
nover rowed in a raco, and os
both the Myrtles and Healanis
had doublo crews out lust night
this raco will doubtless prove one
of tho features of tho regatta.
Tho main intoroat in boating
cirolos, however, seems to centor
in the sonior crows. Of these,
as far as could be judged from laBt
night's rowing, the Leilanis havo
tho largoBt and moBt poworful
orow und tho Myrtlo's tho most
exporionced oarsmon. ThoHoa
lani crew has a combination of
both, and with tho addition of a
largo amount of grit and unbound
ed faith in thoir coach expect to
make a good showing in the final
The Juniors are nil rowing well,
and nt presont it would bo a hard
muttor to pick out tho winnor.
Tho Healanis have a very good
opinion of their crow and if tho
latter loses it will probably bo
from over-confidenco ongondored
by tho faith placed in thoir abili
ties by thoir own club.
Tho only contOBtant for tho
proposed single sculling raoo is
James Spoucor, but ho will not
go into training unloss ho is ns
surod of competitors from tho
othor clubs. It is to bo hopod
these will Boon bo heard from.
Iu last night's trial spins tho
Soniors of tho Myrtles rowed a
stoady, unchanging Btroko of 30
to the minute, which in ono spin
was increased to 32. Tho Loi
lanis started out nt tho rato of 32
ond nf tor wards increased to 34.
Tho Healanis regular stroko on
trials spins is 32 and on spurts 3G
und upwards, tho orow having
pulled as high as 44 strokos to tho
minute on ouo occasion for n
On Soptombor 1st tho racing
orows, as finally selectod, will
move down to I'earl City and gv
into retirement for active training.
Tho Myrtles havo secured thoir
old quartors at Magoon's place,
the Loilanis will occupy quarters
with J. L. Colburn, whilo the
Healanis havo taken ono of tho
Waterhouso oottagos, containing
six furnished rooms with kitoheu
and necessary convenioncos.
luo evening military organ
having takon up tho champion
ship of tho Leilanis as well ns
that of Col. McLoan, and tho
morning papor that of tho Myr
tles, it was suggosted last night
to a Bulletin representative
that this paper bo dubbed the of
ficial organ of tho Hoalnnis. Tho
mattor has boon roferrod to the
sporting editor and spocial war
18 IT CHOLERA OR NOT?
DO A1II OP IIEAIril WILL
TAKE MO CIIAftCES.
SimplclouH Cno Reported Outxldo of
lunrniitliio Tlio Hoard Taken
Nothing was said in tho Bul
letin yesterday about the cholera
alarm of Saturday and Sunday
from tho Quarantino Station, bo
causo it was authoritatively stated
to havo been a false alarm and
therefore inexpedient to havo
given it publicity. Two Ohiueso
immigrants had died at quaran
tine. It was at first reported that
thoir malady was Asiatic cholora,
but tho physicians on investiga
tion prononncod it to have been
This morning David Koliipio, n
mombor of tiio Hoard of Health,
telephoned from the Fishmarkot
that there was a rumor onrront at
that placo of two cases of cholera
having been discovered at Iwilci.
Just boforo this message was re
ceived Dr. Murray, who is associ
ated with Dr. Brodio, callod at
tho Health office and shortly loft
for Iwiloi with Dr. Wood, of tho
Dr. Murray roported that tho
second case in question seemed
liko Asiatic cholora to him, and
ho had soon snsos of the diBonse
before. The first cmbo nt Iwiloi, out
sido of tho Quarantine Station,
was that of a nativo woman nam
ed Ken Pukuua, who died on the
18th inst. (Sunday), and waB
buried in tho Catholic cometery
on King street. She hnd beon at
tended by Dr. Murray. A luau
was hold yostorday at tho house
whore these cases aroso, and if it
is any contagious form of cholora
thoro is no saying how fur tho
raaludy may bo spread by this
This foronoon Presidont Smith
and Senior Captain Parkor with a
posse of officers placed tho infect
ed houso under quarantino. It in
siluatod in a lane boyond Oahu
Prison, noar tho premisos of Mr.
Sinco tho foregoing was writ
ton a mooting of tho Board of
Honlth has been convened,
IIOAlll) OF IIEILTH.
A special mooting of tho Board
of Health was hold this afternoon,
nt whioli F M Hatch, Minister of
Foroign Affairs, and J A King, Min
ister of tho Intorior, wero presont
togothor with W O Smith, presi
dent, T F Lansing, Drs Day, Em
orsou, Wood, Myors, Murray,
Wayson. Howard and Herbert.
Besides Charles Wilcox, secretary,
Mr Marks, the Cabinet stenogra
phor, and representatives of tho
Bulletin, Star and Indooendent
woro on hand to catch tho record.
O B Reynolds, executive oflicor,
President Smith, whilo tho
arrival of Dr. Wood was awaited,
submitted the question of having
tho proceedings of tho mooting
published in the newspapers.
Mr. Lansing was against nuy
publioity that would occasion
The presidont said that if it
was decided to be expodient, nsa
precautionary measure, to provent
the departure of paseongers for
tho other islands by this after
noon's stoamors, the public mind
would be concerned about tho
muttor just us much as if full de
tails were published. Ho sug
gested that after the meeting it
might bo decided to allow a gen
eral statement of facts to ho pub
lished. Tho suggestion of the president
seomod to have goneral assent.
itr. Murray oy request gave a
statement of tho first and fatal
caso. Ho had reported the sus
picious symptoms to his partner,
Dr. iJrouio, but, having heard" ol
nothing of the kind in town, they
did not doom it proper to alarm
tho town. When, however, he
was called to tho second case, in
an adjoining house, yesterday, it -was
agreod between Dr. Drodio
and himself tbnt tho B6ard of
Health should be notified. In
answor to tho Presidont, tho doc
tor said ho hnd soon oases of
cholera in Paris, although ho bad
not worked with any.
Presidont Smith made a state
ment of all tho ovonts in tho mat
tor. Ono of tho facts givon was
that tho woman who died bad
visited the Quarantine Island on
Dr. Day described the fatal caso
of a sick man landed from tho
steamor Belgio, and tho cases of
other immigrants sinco taken sick
in quarantino. An oldorly man
was seemingly recovering, when
he suddenly collupsod and was
soon dead. Ono of tho two fatal
cases cortainly did not hIiow
symptoms of cholora. Othors
who had takon ill did not roach
any clangorous siago nor evinco
alarming symptoms. Tho Belgio
had brought clean bills of health
from both Hongkong and Yoko
hama. Throo Chinese died on tho
passago, reported as two from
hoart disease and ono from pnou
monia. Officer McVeigh at quar
antine, howevor, had ascertained
from immigrants that those who
diod had manifested symptoms of
intestinal trouble. Tho only sus
picious doath at quarantine was
that of ono who was buriod bo
foro the symptoms wero roported.
It was reassuring to know that
the remaining pationts wore be
coming convaloRcont, and that
the socond caso in charge
ot ur. JMurrny was also
seemingly on tho way to recovery.
It was a suspicious fact, however,
that tho woman who died had
beon hunting crabs on Quaran
tino Island with anothor woman.
Oflicor Itoynolds remarkod that
conclusions could not bo mndo
from the visit of tho women until
it wa8 known what part of tho isl
and they woro on.
Dr. Herbort thought the most
stringent mcaauros should bo tak-
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