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Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 21, 1895, Image 3

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EVENING BULLETIN, NOVEMBER 21, 1895.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
INCENIIIAIIIS.U UN Till:
Of .TIOt.OKAI.
ISLAM)
1'Ii)"Il'Iuii llvciiiiiintiiiiti'il I'riini Clil-
cnco Itntvnllnii Sliver neturnetl
l'roiu Yoltoliniim Dr. l'otcr
on Tnltcl Walnnno.
Thoio uns a special meeting of
the Hoard of Health yestortlny
afternoon. I'resont: J . T. Wn
torhouso, prosidout; Drs. Emer
son, Day awl Wood, T. P. Lim
bing and DuvidKoliipio.rnombers;
II. E. Cooper, Minister of Foreign
Aflkird; Charles Wilcox, socrotury
to the Bo.ird.
Dr. Day reported that tlio fnmi
gutiug plant wns not rondy, and
the freight of tho pteamor Mount
Lebanon, he Biiggcstid, should bo
fumigated in n close room.
Executivo officer 0. 13. lloyuolds
was instructed to carry out tho
suggestion.
Tho roports of W. T. Mousnrrat
V. S., on cattlo, etc., wi-ro read.
Livor iluko is still prevalont
among cattlo.
Dr. Potorsou by lettsr nccoptod
charge of Wuianui! in addition to
Ewa.
Superintendent 11. W. Moyor's
usual re-port on tho hoper Sottlo
iront contained soino startling
intelligence Tho house of H. K.
Hitchcock nt Kaluaaha, leased to
E. Thritnble, deputy shcrill', hud
beou maliciously burned. Dr.
Oliver's wife's residence had been
broken into and somo things stolen.
Mr. Meyer complained that tho
policomon of the sottlomont wore
usually away when lyantod, and
their labors seemed to consist
chiefly in drawing their saluries.
A petition from lepers to sub
stitute Harry Tro.idwuy for Mr.
HutchinS'iti ns rosidont superin
tendent was recoived. but as such
petitions are an old stoiy no action
was taken upon it.
Dr. Clmrles D. Center was roc
coannended from Chicago for any
vacant post as Goveruti ont phyot
c an,
The l'rosideut road a memoran
dum from tho Japanese Specie
I3ank, reporting the return ftom
Yokiiiuma by the ste.unor .Mount
Lebanon of S7G0 in Hawaiian sil
ver. It was for the Bo.nd to de
cide if it should be hoi.ed
to dostroy any possible ii -foetion;
it was decided to boil the
filthy lucio.
A letter w.is road from Attoi-ncy-Oei.or.il
V. O. Smith, perma
nent president ex-oilicio of tho
Board, now in Now Zealand. It
r 'Ciitninonilod the issuance of a
circular letter of instillations to
phys'cuins. The Dourd voted to
have such lotter issued.
Mr. Koliipio prosontod a roport
of tho number and dilleront varie
ties of iish that had passed inspec
tion at the (hIi market.
Prior to adjourning the Board
hold a thoit executive session.
m:nii:nci: op a iiii:aciii:ii.
I.llc
Imiirlsoiiiiiciii for ICIllli
Wllu
IIU
Dan villi: (Ind.), November 5.
At 11:30 o'clock today Uov.
William E. tlinshaw, conviotod
of wife murder, was brought into
court to bo soutoncod. Judge
Hadloy asked whothor ho had
anything Li say beforo sentence
was pronounced, and the cunvict
od pioacher replied in a long
speech, in which ho declared
himself innocent. Although tho
jury had found him guilty, ho
bnid ho ohorished no resentment
against them or any man.
In conclusion, ho said: "I do
siro it to go upon tho records of
this court, with my bunds upon
its sicred shrine, my face uplift
ed to hoaven, that thoir vordict is
false. 1 am not guilt'. Beforo I
go to my living burial, I wish to
thank the Court for his kindness
at all times.
"I commond you all to God,
and will nieot you at the judg
ment bar, whore 1 will have an
other trial and pass into happi
ness. 1 go to my living burial,
and as 1 go I saluto you. I am
now ready for what may oomo."
Judgo Hadley thon sontenced
Hinshaw to life imprisonment.
Queen
Street
Store
3-rocex;sr IDpt.
EVAPORATED FRUITS: PEACHES, PEAKS, AP
RICOTS, PRUNES, APPLES, Em
ASSORTED CHUTNEYS, HAMS, QUEEN OLIVES,
WiORTON SOUPS:
1IOTC1I POTCH, VEGETABLE, CHICKEN BROTH,
MULLIKATAWNY, OX CHEEK, ETC., ETC.
Tinned Buttor, Top o' Can Bull. v. Whitt ov
Holl Uutter, Potted Meats, Boned Turkoy,
Chicken, Doviled Iti.m, Lunch Tongi o-),
Boneless Flirting. Iloston Baked licaus and
a complete linen of
IBxesolsifSLst Oeieals
Fori
! hi, ! OlOrSf !
ZE3IclId.a;37- G-oods.
Marseilles Quilts, Toilet GUiilts.
-: FLUTTER DUCK :-
Silks And Surahs,
Fancy Colored Silks
-AND-
Drape Silks.
Crepo Grenadines, Bonl Mnltcso Lace,
Valoncienuos Lace. Ladies and Gents
Kimberly Glovos, Ladies Cloths Brown,
Drab and Grey, Ladies Black Hos", Sani
tary Dyo, D. I'. Corsets, R. and G. Corsots,
Equipoiso Waists and Corsets
John T. Waterlioiise
The Revolving Doll Stand
i.v Tin: snow window ,t
SANTA CLAUS,
HEADOUARTERS!
Attrnots old and young nllkc with
its iirmyof I)OM.Sof nil kind-mud
Mcs mid variety of
J3olIs, SiiiKli'ies:.
Tliih is lmt nn indicntiou of tho
completeness in nil lino of Holiday
(loods fur which 'J'nos. (S. Timi'M
has Ik oil nslud in his entering to
tho holiday wnnts of thiseoiimiiui
ity for ncnrly n iiuurtcr of century.
SANTA CLAUS, HEADQUARTERS
urn wr.us' iiuk'k, initT stum.t,
Presents n variety of
Toys Oumcs, lllocks Wayoiw etc., n full if not fuller thnu over, an is
tho collcc ion of Holiday ILoks Hi now mid tity l.indiniM Vrtitiu ('a l.m.l
, lookl-U, Cristnins ,! New Year Cards Urtlei Oo u I c a or
Goods of finest uinke, Cropo Tissuo Papers, IIiKh Class ttioi.orv ,' ,
enables us to confidently clnim tho nttontion, of holiday biiyers thereto.
few fiui-iB iiuiu uiu mmir uiin-ui given enrefu altouti m l,il, ...
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SATURDAYS . . .
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Shoes Up to Dafe--T!CKSCTEsszsa
Trii-R wi'l loio on Pit'irH-s nt 9:1C
n.ui..a d l:. (i.iii . .:::u tlonotalc
nt .1:11 n.tn. mid fii'Jil p..,.
Traill will Ion mi mi iv n 1 1 r, n.m.,
nrriviiig in Ilon-lulu nt A '.M t. in.
at tiii:
HarL-ULfact-u-zers' Sixoe
BIG STORE ON F011T STREET.
Cc's
ROUND TRIP TICKETS:
1st Clncs. $i 7C
'iiidClnss i 25
F. C. Smith,
132-.1m n.-nl P..s. nn 1 T'k ( Acenti
ilaM&caacgrciS!
r. o. B.xdsd.
FOUND
Tei.ki-honk 21 E
.MlTUAI,
THE CHEAPEST l'LACE ON THE ISLANDS TO
Buy New & Second-Hand
FURNITURE.
,IS AT THE..
INTERBATIONflL
IR3N WORKS
KKOXZE 15RASS, .nd IKON
CASTINGS. MACIIINER-E
made and repaired.
ETParticulnr nttLiitinn paid tc
S 1 1 1 1S, 1 5 L A C K S MI T 1 1 1 NO.
COKNEK OF
King &. Nuuanu Sts.
I "JT" T '' Honolulu
m&.m L J , II. 1.
I 121-tf
F. E. LYNN,
:s
-w-.-Lwr
o:
31 nr
110 YEN KEE & CO.,
I'ltllllllOI'S
nml ilcalcrA In
UUOCKEUY, fil.ASSWAHE, ETC., ETC
Wntcr l'ipcK, tnld nml rep.ilml,
nml iilumliliiK neatly cxieutcd.
112-
No 41, Nmianii strut.
Orient Planing Mill,
VING PAT & CO.,
COXTItACTOKS AND lll'H.Di:!!-,
Furniture of nil Mnclx made and rejialrcd
lliiildlii!; lioii!"!! mid innkliii; rico mills n spe
t'lullv. 1. O llox VJi, corner Kluniid llctiie,
street. 1421
THE "ARLINGTON"
a i-waniA iioti-:l.
"X". I-rrs-coo, - - - rsj?.
l'or Day .". S 2.00
Per Wools 12.00
Cpoclal Tcntiil- 2atoa I
Tlio Best of Atlcndnuco, tho Host Sittui
tion nml tlio Finest Meals in this City
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Donlors in Lumber und Coul
and IJuildinj; .Matoriuls of nil
kinds.
Quoon Btroot, Honolulu.
Qui-i-n St.
C.'islle cr Cooke
(LlMlTMl)
irardwiuv
and
Commission
Merchant",
Genera!
Merchandise
Agricultural
llllll)IlK'llts
Plantation
Supplies.
Reliction mid paului;eH.
mm
FTNrST LPAL1E UF
Hawaiian Blue Stone
Right
jn
itaaaBBSISS3cIF
In order to be "Jiight
in it," always insist on
getting Seattle lirew
ivy and Mulling Co.'s
J Jeer.
Oi'itoi'ion
Saloon.
Empire Saloon
A Kouornl btoek of Liiiuors. Alou nml
Wines.
ritKsii i:ek always ox muuuut.
OUR PORT AND SHERRY.
(TfA'W 13 I883r
16 'mp y. J
Ify luft cirrfi ft
11 iMiiuir W
11 (. 11
(T0WUHS0w
LVl.t
I'lolll lliC
(''.iniuiis
PDMlon Quar
ries! 'I lie finest Sliiut
III ll.1u.1ll fur
ImlMliiK nml
femm jmr-liii-es
-Cm Id
clilir 111 iiuy
! or h ipe
t s 1111 1 he
traik or iiuh
lu. . ....
1 a Reasons Why
4
it's Best to
uy a (Erescent
fT" I Ins ftmic
Is till' ((.(till .IM
UsimI 111 the I'll
iialuiu rolU'Ke
i.iini vmi iioit
llmllilliiKS
Aent for.l.uiic HroK., S. .
Arthur Harrison, Prop,
i-.i-tf
Are of tho finest mid conio to uh
diiect fiom Kmopc. . .
OUR MCBRAYER WHISKEY
Inijiottod Btrnight from Ix)uirt.
vilfo, Ky.
JAMES OLDS, Prop.
Hawaiian .'. Lime.
A.t Kotail
In Bbls. or In Buckets,
Including container CO ceutH per lmektt.
PACIFIC HARDWAKB CO., Ltd,
(Special terms on luruo lots for sliiiiiiuint.)
HOtf
I. Crescents are leaders
I 2. Crescents arc guaranteed
3. Crescents are strong and durable
4. Crescents are perfect in every detail
5. Crescents are light and easy running
6. Crescent riders are proud of their
wheels
7. Crescent buyers get their money's
worth
8. Crescents are built by skilled work
men
9. Crescents are made by a responsible
concern
10. Crescents are high-grade and up-to-
date
11. Crescents are handsome iu design
and finish
12. Crescent prices are light and suit the
public
Illustrated Cutalnuv rillW tin jn.(,.irin
WESTERN WHEEL WORKS,
CHICAGO.
te&$T$0f&R$t$ifc
NEW YORK.
5L?J
fl.Hackfeld & Co,
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