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Vol. III. No. 573.
E EVENING BULLETIN.
lllshod every day czcopt Snndoy nt
210 King Stroot, Honolulu, H. I.
Month, nnywhoro in tho Ha
wallnn Islands $ 75
: Year. 8 00
? Year, postpaid to America,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Year, postpaid, cthor Foreign
Countries 13 00
Pnyuulo Invnrlnblv In Advanoo.
!olophono 2G6. t P. O. Hoi 89.
B. L FINNEY, Manager.
Many people, after a long spell of
,ipr&33lvo heat, suUoi lioin lassl
idc, loss of Bplrlts, and a general
run down" fooling. They need a
urso of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, n
fedlclno which lias revived and
Stored to activo llfo and health
ousauds of such sufferers. A lady
icutly returned to England from
uth Africa writes coircorning this
""While- in Capo Town tho past
mroer I suffered greatly from tho
lg-contlnucd heat. I was com
tly worn out ; my Mood seemed
become as thin a3 water, and I
t all energy and interest in life,
y friends recommended Aycr's
rs.iparllla, and a courso of this
mlerful medlcino restored my
illli and spirits. My husband suf--ed
In tho samo way as I did,
nigh not to such an extent, anil
also was greatly benefited from
) uso of
ER'S PILLS. MILD BUT EFFECTIVE
ollister Drug Co., Ltd.
le Agents for the Itopublio of Hawaii.
Wo Lnvo just received n lino
of GRASS LINENS ofEX
TREMELY FINE QUAL
ITY nml nro safo in saying
they aro tho fiiieat ovor im
is muoh Huporior to silk in
nppenrnnco nnd thore is no
comparison whatever in tho
wear. Wo have them in
'bile and Dolors
401 Fort Street.
2WcIer aid Watcrimae.
pSST" Having bought out the entire
k of J E. Gnmeft I am prepared
Tiili-li First-class Jewelry at roa
itdunOIu; n Repalriiij a Specialty.
Naflvo Work of all kluds.
iiitect and Superintendent
h. Office: 30u Fort street,
ckela' Block, Room 5.
A .. ' ..... fii.
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M MriiSM J,
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
tiii: 1'iitsr iiovj: maoi: auainmt
QiinrHiiClim .'I utter a ui,d Hip Kxitrrled
Vmlt if the ulilnein llnlCcr to
Iho diitcil Mtntca.
At.tho meeting of the Board of
HpnUli'ycBlerday of tf moon thcro
were pro'peut'Minifittr' Cooper,
Drs. Lmorsou, Day, and Wood.1
nnd T. F. Lansing, member; C. B.
Reynolds, Olms. Wilcox, Drs. Mon
sarrat and Alvarez, ollicials.
Aftor tho rouding of tho min
utes tho repoit of Dr. MonBurrat
froiu tho jilaughlor houbes for tuo
two weeks onding yesterday wore
read and filed. Also Dr. Myers'
report undor tho Act to Mitignto
for the mouth of March, which
showed 3GG examinations.
Fish Inspector Keliipio report
ed the examination of 3G,102 fish
during tho week, of which 10,000
The usual reports and letters
from It. W. Meyer nt tho leper
Bettlemcul wcro received. Autung
tho requests made was ono that n
specialist in eyo diseases bo sent
ovor to examiuo a number of the
leperH who wero suffering from
eye disenses, resulting in partial
Dlinuuees. Tuo board decided to
ask Dr. Olivor to make u report
The usual complaints from a
number of lepers wore received,
nmong thorn one from a fomnlo
who wanted tho board to lay water
Eipes to her homo and furnish
er with two doukoys for hauling
wood. It appearing to tho board
that the woman's houso was be
yond the reach of tho water sup
ply, the superintendent of the
settlemont was dirocted to find
accommodations for her in tho set
Tho application of. Dr. Mc
Conkey for a licenso to practise
medicine was granted on tho ro
commendation of tho Board of
Exaniinors and tho utuul recom
nieudation forwarded to tho Min
ister of tho Intorior. lie will re
Hove Dr. Aiken during tho latter's
visit to the Ooast.
An application from Dr. T. T.
French for auy position uuder
the board was road and filed.
Bidd for supplying beof to tho
leper settlement for tho next six
months woro opened as follows,
the price being for carcasses
weighing not less than 830 pounds
dressed delivered at tho Settle
R. W. Mnyer 4 cents
W. U. Cornwoll. . .'. 4 9-10"
Trustees Parker Ruuch.. 5 "
- On motion tho contract
awarded to R. W. Movor.
Dr. Wood brought up tho mat
tor of tho visit made by tho Board
la&t Si.tutvlay to u proposed now
cemetery sito near Ewa on tho
iuvitation of Dr. Day. lie
moved' that a voto of thanks bo
tonderod to Dr. Day for his
courtesies and nttontion to the
Botird aud that ho bo instructed
to present his bill of expenses to
tuo Lioaru tor payment, the trip
being on ofiioial business.
Minister Cooper said ho re
gretted not being able to bo of
tho party from press of businoss.
no tuongiu tuo motion was emi
nently proper, as it was time to
takp Bomo Bteps in tho eomotory
Incidentally one of tho mombors
remarked that iutormont in tho
Nuuanu coinetory would soon bo
out of tho question, as tho only
now ground available was becom
ing so hnid that blasting was no
cossary in excavating graves.
The motion passed.
Dr. Emerson from tho commit
teo on tho logal measures neces
sary to be adopted in suppressing
tuboroulosis reportod tho follow
ing regulations in accordance with
the uution of tho Board at tho last
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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1897.
KEOUIATIONS OF THE 110AUD
HEALTH IN 11ECIAHI) TO
Section 1. Tho proRonce of
tuberculosis in any animal, tho
flesh of which is likely to be used
as food or from which milk is ob
tained for uso or sale, is hereby
doclnred to be a causo of sickness
and a mnuaco to public health and
Section 2. All persons who
shall hove in their possession any
neat stock shall, whon requested
no to do by an Inspector of tho
Bourd of Health, permit suuli
nnimul to bo exnraiucd ,for tho
purpose of determining whother
or not it is affeotod with tubercu
losis, and allow all necessary ox
porimouts or operations to be
made or performed for such pur
pon. Section 3. A snitablo number
of Inspectors of tho Board of
Health, for tho purposo of exam
ining all noat stock suspcoted of
being infected with tuberculosis,
may bo appointed by tho Presi
dent of the Board when so autho
rized by tho Board.
Section 4. It shall bo tho duty
of suoh Inspectors to oxamino nil
stock suspected of being infected
with tuborculo&is, and to make
such experiments or perform such
operations as may be necessary to
dotet mine whethtu r not tho ani
mal is so infected.
Section 5. All animals which
shall show symptoms of tuber
culosis shall bo coudemned by
such Inspector and destroyed;
and no part of tho cnrcnsH of such
animal shall be uxed for food or
disposed of in any other maunor
likely to oudnugor public health.
Section G. In any case of
doubt tho inspector shall forbid
the further uso or sale of the milk
of said animal, and shall cause it
to bo kept separate from othor
non-infected auimnls; and beforo
condemning such animal, shall
summon for consultation with
him ono pr more or his furlow In'
spectorsand their decision in tho
case shall bo final.
Section 7. Tho sovoral Inspoc
tors of Animals shall keep a
record of all nuimals inspected by
them, and their decision regard
ing tho samo; nnd shall mako
weokly reports of their doiugB to
tlm Board of Health.
Section 8. Said Inspectors of
Animals shall recoivo such pay as
shall be voted by tho Board of
Minister Cooper for tho commit
tee said that during tho week a
thorough examination of tho pro
sout laws bearing on tho subject
had been mado nnd tho conclu
sion arrivod at tWat they did not
give tho Hoard tho desired powers
in tho premises. Tho passage of
niu ttiooiiuious oitereu aim tuoir
proper publication would give tho
Board full control of tho matter.
Inspectors could be appointed, and
tlio work of oxnmiuiug cattle pro
ceeded with undor cortaiu regula
tions to bo hereafter adopted.
Tho regulations were thou rend
sootion by section aud passed witli,
a slight amendment requiring
woekly reports to bo mado to the
Hoard instead of monthly ones.
Minislor Cooper then niesonted
a long communication from Goo
Kim, tho Chiuoso Consul, on bo
hnlf of the Chiueso ollicials aud
heads of tho Cliineso societies.
Tho letter iecited that tho new
Chinese Minioter to tho United
States was expootod on
tho Gaelic on April 3d; that
he aud his suite had
chartorod tho ontiro passenger ac
commodation of tho vosboI; that
tho Minister's program included a
stay of -la hours at this port dur
ing winch ho would pay his res
pects to tho Hawaiian Government
and confer with tho Chiuoso ollio
ials horoon matters concoming tho
welfare of tho Chinese colouy. iu
Hawaii; thnt iu view of published
reports concerning the quarantine
declared against vobboIs from
Yokohama ho desired to know if
tho Minister would bo allowed to
land under nny conditions and if
not whother a committeo of fivo or
six leading Ohinoso would bo al
lowed to visit the Minister at tho
wharf or on board for tho pur
posot of conferring with thoir dis
tinguished countryman. If tho
lattor courso was docided on, tho
committeo selectod would be pre
pared to submit to whatover
quarantine regulations wore de
In tho discussion which follow
ed it appeared that no dofinito in
formation could bo obtained as to
what precautions tho Gaelic would
ndopt in calling nt Yokohama nnd
other Japanese infected ports. If
it appeared that she had no com
munication' with tho shore or did
uot call Miorn at all, tho Board
seemed tpjlio in favor of allowing
the Min&or and bis retinuo to
laud, providing the vessel "had a
cleau bill of health. Thore seem
ed to bo no objection whatover to
granting the second request, but
it was finally decided to await tho
arrival of tho vessel aud call a
flpocial meeting to act on tho port
pliyfiicinu'8 roport. Jt geemed
to bo tho dosire of the
Board to give tho Minister
evory facility to land if it can bo
dono without violating tho exist
A loiter from Dr. Herbert, en
dorsed by Dr. Howard, as to tho
necessity of a Chineao being sup-
Slied with opium for tho fow dnyB
o has yot to Hvo, was road.
Dr. Day. objected to tho timo of
the Board being taknn up with
petitions for using opium. If
any physician found it was no
cenbtiry for his patient to havo
opium to savo or prolong lifo it
was his duty to give it to him at
ouco without waiting to nsk tho
permission of the Board. Physi
ciatiB had, tho right to proscribo
opium, either by smoking or
otherwise, tho samo us any other
mediciuo. Ho hoped this would
bo tho last of tho opium applica
tions, aud tho Board evidently
agreed with him, for tho matter
ended right thore.
Tho Board thon wont into oxo
culivo session to conbidor sovoral
matters to be bronght up by Min
'?fontai r.npi-r Rruelll,
J. B. Frasier of Prof. Bristol'
business stuff, has arranged with
Minister Cooper a mouster benefit
performance for tho lepors of Mo
lokai, to bo hold in Bristol's Pavi
lion next Monday night. Tho
Governmout band will bo in at
teudanco. Sovoral special foaturos
will bo introduced, nnd somo now
tricks will bo dono by tho Profes
sor's clover animal actors. This
will positively bo the last ap
poaranco of Bristol's horsos in
Honolulu, as thoy leavo on tho
Mariposa on Thursdily for Aus
tralia. Tho prices will remaiu
tho same, 25 and 50 cts., and re
presentatives of tho press havo
boon invited by Prot. Bristol to
count tho houso so that tho Gov
ernment will know just what tho
Tliu I'l J'liic Jorduiia,
The organization consists of
Mario and Mnrlo, export horizon
tal bar porformors; tho three Olif
aus, monstrosity impersonators
nud comedians; John J. Burke,
ouo of tho jolliest of original
comedians, who is assisted in a
sketch by Graco Forest, who is
gifted with beauty of face and
form; Petrio and Aleco; Virginia
Aragon, high wire performor, nnd
tho Jordan Family, who provo by
thoir wonderful mid-air loaps,
hunts aud somersaults fiom trup
ozo to trapezo high aliovo the aud
itorium, that thoir title "Flying
Jordans" is rightly duo them.
At the Iluwiillau.
Tho Government band will givo
a concort at tho Hawaiian hotol
this ovening, commencing at 7:30,
nt which tho following selections
will bo rendered:
Marcli-El CapiUn , Souta
Overture William Tell Uutslui
Iuturmiizzo Husslau Krauko
Belcctlon Nabucco Vertll
Cornet Solo Old Folks At Home... Ueriurd
Mr. diaries Krcuter. .
Funtaila Tmiimtilklur .... LumliTO
Uell Solo: Mr. Hurry Ingtinm,
Waltz-Jolly Fellows VolUUeilt
March- My IlarMown (Jul Jolnibou
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
i;imii:mi: couur adotin a uiu
ouit tornr iiKciMioM.
Appenl I rum 'I'nxatlon ol 'oIh .
Attorney on tho Appclliita
Tho total judgment given plain
till iu Piipiilani vs. Houghtniling
and McCarthy, garnishee, was
S720 with interest from dates
whon installments becamo duo.
In the controversy of two rival
boards of directors of tho Portu-
gueso tougar Mill Co., tho Su
premo Court by Justico Whiting
bus rendered uu opinion, which
holds that no officers woro legally
elected, as a meeting was
called for olootion ou a different
day from that fixed in tho bylaws.
Tho appoal of the defendants
against tho ordor of tho Circuit
Judge at Hilo, ordering a now
olnction, is not sustained, and tho
oaso is remanded to tho Circuit
Judge for further proceedings.
Errors iuthe pleadingB uio indic
ated by the Supremo Court, but,
as injury to iuuocout stockholders
might onsuo from delay iu
formulating uow pleadings, tho
Court would not dismiss tho
case. Somo points raised, such
as a question of legality of the is
sue of stock to certain porsous,
wore not considered bocauso un
necessary. G. F. Littlo for Cnna
iro and others; W. S. Wise for
Sorrao and othors".
Iu the caso of C. H. Robo vs.
YoBhimura and others, ejectment,
tho Supremo- Court in a unani
mous opinion adopts the decision
in favor of tho plaintiff by the
Circuit Court. It was not deemoa
necessary to cousider the plain
tiff's claim cf adverse possession,
as the caso Jb decided on the fol
lowing finding of law: "A Laud
Commission Award to L. waB
dated prior to a Land Commission
Award to K. covering in part
tho samo land; but (ho survey ou
whioh K.'s award was mado was
dated prior to the survey on
whioh L.'s award was made.
Hold: tho oarliur award, not tho
earlier eurvoy, determined tho
titlo to tho land." A. G. M.
Robertson for plaintiff; W. R.
Castlo and E. Johnson for de
fendants. Judgo Perry was nu
thor of the decision thus adopted
for the body of Hawaiian law.
Judge Carter in W. Manuka vs.
A. Rosa ordered that the sum of
$3059,07 paid by defendant into
court bo paid out to plaintiff
without nwaiting a decree. The
caso ia thus concluded. A. S.
Huniphroyn for plaintiff; Thnrs
'lon fe Stanley for defendant.
Upon Jntlgo Porry's ruling to
allow defendant's bill of costs, in
Weedon vrf. Watorhouso, except
jug $2.50 for drawing nud enter
ing judgmont, exceptions woro
noted by plaintiff, who had ob
jocted to attorneys' foes of 8135.30.
The bill as allowed and appealed
from amounts to Slli.80. Kin
ney it Ballon for plaintiff; W. A.
Uenohall for defendant.
Tho Supremo Court is sittiug
again today, and has heard sovor
al casos thus fur. John T. Do
Bolt of tho Bar is sitting this af
ternoon iu placo of Chief Justico
Judd, nbsout. Spooner vs. Rico
is the case uow ou.
A ftluuater Ntenmrr.
Tho Whito Star Steamship Co.
announces the intention of build
ing a stoamor 701 feet in length,
or 25 foot lougor than tho Groat
Eastern, aud it is predicted that a
stoamor 1000 feet long will soon
bo afloat. On such a ship it would
bo possible to construct lawn ten
nis courts, bicycle tracks and nil
tho HccessorioB of a summer ro
sort. Ouco on board, a man might
cross tho ocean without evor kuow
ing ho had loft bis hotol. Th
by W. S. Lnco
nnothor week today.
FlUOJS 5 CJCNT8.
MAY CO TO WASHINGTON
A. KINNEY AS A NfttI!."
i:)cctPiI tn Leave on tin- An
trIU Jlext WctliiPMlay Wlml i
! In the Wind How? .
It , has been intimatod to tho
BtLLETlN that it is moro than
likely that W. A. Kinney will go
to Washington on tho Australia
next Wednesday on a special
mission for tho Hawaiian Govern
mout. Indeed, it is ovon said that
Mr. Kinney has been asked if ho
would accept such a mission nnd
has mado tho roply that ho would.
Minister King was seon by a
reporter concerning tho above. '
He said he had no knowledge of
what had beeu dono by the Presi
dent, today. Tho Biibjttct of soud-
ing Mr. Kinney to Washington
had beeu brought up Bomo weeks
ago whon there appeared to bo n "
necessity for if, but that necessity
had not materialized at that timo.
If anyouo was wauted to go to
Washington ho felt sure
thnt Mr. Kinney would bo
tho man, but as ut present advised
he thought tho decision to sond
him on tho Australia had not yet
beon reached. Tho Presidout
might havo asked Mr. Kinney to
g'6 conditionally, but ho wus uot
aware that tho sending of a Com
missiouer had boon Bottled.
Prcsidont Dolo was Beeu nud
"Yes. Mr. Kiunoy is going to
Washington as a commissioner ill
tho interest of annexation."
Tho President in further con
versation expressed tho opinion
that the prospects of annexation
A ret frmli.
Tho largest crowd seen in a
drygoods sloro for a long timo "
gathered today at tho opouing of
tho closing out Balo at tho Teinplo
of Fashion. It was not a half- .
hour rush either, but has lasted
all day.A groat mauy people wont
aimply to look ou but when thoy
saw tho prices at which drygoods
wero going thoy bought till thoir
money ran out and had the rest
charged. Tho crush was so groat
nt times that Mr. Silva was com
pelled to open his roar entrance
and let purchasers out that way, '
thoy being unublo to roach tho
front door with their mauy bun
dles. It was a good-natured crowd,
how6ver, and many exclamations '
of dolifht were hoard, a tho
dorks brought downbaigniu after
bargain u gouuiuo reduction, of
25 per cout on tho actual coat. It
ia estimated that ovor 1000 ladies
attoudod tho enlo today, and as
many moro went away, unablo to
got iusido tho door, but if just ns
largo a crowd nttonded for two
weeks without stopping, it would
hardlv make a brnnlc in Um Inr.m
aim maguiliceut stock
i - ... . v 'i tw
on iur. auva's shelves.
good 'bargains can bo
mouth us now.
I'ollce Court fitnn.
Four Chiueso charged with
ooiiBpirncy aud two with opium
in possession had thoir cases set
for trial on April 0.
Virginia P. Castro wnB fined
810 and S3.-1U costs for nssaultiug
a iemaio ueiguuor or. ner own
Sang Hop pleaded guilty to bo
intr a crosu cheat, bontencn hud.
Xamashigi, yard man at tho
Sailors' Homo, ncousml lv Snnr.
iuteudeut Bluxomo of stealing n
pair of blankets belonging to thnt
institution, was triod unit acquit
ted. Fivo Chinese gamblors woro
fined $10 each.
Soto, a Jnpancso, forfeitod $(!
rather than unBwor a, ohargo of
drunkonness. Olias. Nelson was
fined S3 nud costs for tho sumo'