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FOR THE SEASON!
SS PERFUMES gjg:
Roger and Gallet,
FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The Gerraania Life Insurance Co.
Of NEW YORK.
ASSETS 23,723,677. 1 3
Legal Reserve to Policy Holders 20,866,008.00
Surplus to Policy Holders 2,571 ,595 .95
Paid to Policy Holders since i860 38,331,242.67
Claims by death paid to Beneficiary Policy Holders 20,846,623.84
Matured Endowments paid to Policy Holders 5,524,720.07
Life Annuities paid to Policy Holders 327,474.70
Dividends and Surrenders paid to Policy Holders 11,632,424.06
Tlio Gormniilii Ih-iiiui nil tlio latost and tncut liberal forms of Life, Instal
ment, Iiiconio Dividend, Kiidnwmonl or Dond Vollclos.
GEAR, LANSING & CO., General Afients.
EMMETT MAY, Manajjer.
,1029 210 King street, Honolulu.
THE CONNOISSEUR'S oy is
AND HIS JUDGMENT FOR PURITY
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
Telrlion.e 3STo. --
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.,
.... IMPOR TERS AND DEALERS IN....
Groceries, Provisions and Feed
New goods received by overy packet from tlio Stntes and Europe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA PRODUCE BY EVERY STEAMER.
All ordort ful'lifiilly Attended to, and uooda delivered
TO ANY PART OF" THE CITY FREE.
Gonorul Agents for tho Sanitarium Brand, of Health Poods.
tdnud Order Solicited. Satisfaction Guaranteed,
East Corner Fort and King Sts.
A VARIETY OP.
Just Arrived and Por Sale at the
City Furniture Store,
Handsome Vehicles !
On tlio Mnlilcin wo rocolvcd a largo lot o( tlio Lntost Styles
3 In SUKUHYS, PII.UI'OXS and
Honolulu Carriage flanufactory
W. W. WJR.IG
THE HOMESTEAD BELONGING
to the Estate of Geo. CiBeckwIth, con
taining 28.32 acres, sltuateJ at Haiku,
Maul, near the Plantation grounds;
elevation 300 feet, trade winds blow fresh
an ' cool from the sea; a comfortable sub
' 'al house of 7 rooms, 3 dressing rooms,
r -is, kitchen, pantry and office, and
f- 'iral outbuildings all In good repair;
f 't tnd shade trees. Water supply from
c -ni and never falling springs. Good
pi t'ire with ravine and running water.
Clear title from Royal Patents. Tor fur
ther Information Inquire on the prembes
or of F.B.DAMON,
11.26 Bank of Hawaii, Honolulu.
Gosnell's, in all odors m
Without a Rival.
BECAUSE IT APPEALS TO HIS
da errrr pw tasve
P. O. Box 145
LOVE BUILDING, Port St.
KOAD CAKTS, which will ntako
- IIT'., Prop'r.1
FOIIT STUP.CT, AHOVKjIIOTfiL.
The Annuil Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, Ltd., will be held at the office of the
Company, on Tuesday, March 7th, 1800,
at ioo'clock A. M.
Honolulu, Feb. 13th, 1890. 1 uj-tM6
I will not be responsible for any bills
contracted In the name of P. J. Voeller &
Co. without the signature of the manager,
Benito Guerrero, or his attorney in fact.
L. H. DEE,
Attorney In Fact.
Honolulu. Feb. 1. 1800. nai-tw
The Bulletin, 7Se per month.
THE EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. 1., FEBRUARY
Scrofula Affects tho Eyos-Llttlo
Boy Troatod b an Oculist With
out Rollof But Now Ho Is Woll.
"When my llttlo boy was thrco months
old his eyes becamo very boto and ho was
almost blind. I took blm to an oculist
who treated him for six months, and left
him as bad as bo wai at tho beginning.
Finally Hood's Bursftparllln wns recom
mended and I began giving It to him.
In less than thrco weeks ho was ablo
to go Into tho sun without covering
his eyes, and today his cyos aro perfectly
well, and his cars and noso, which wero
badly affected, aro also well. Hood's
Sarsaparllla has certainly dono wonders
for my boy." Mns. James II. Painter,
Amador, California. Remember
Is the One
Purifier. All dniKBlsH. $l,stx for 35. Get Hood's,
w i nm are tho only pills to take
1100(1 S PUIS with Hood's bar aparllU.
Hotels and Restaurants.
Half Way Between Honolulu
and the Great Scenic
Accommodations for Man and Beast I
In the Most Picturesque
Spot in Nuuanti Valley....
LIGHT WINES AND BEER
Served, excepting Sundays.
A, F, FRANCA Proprietor,
Beaver - Lunch
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
Hie Best Lunch in Town
Tea azid Coffee
AT ALL HOCUS.
rilK FINEST BKAND3 OP
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWATB ON HANP.
Kooms and cottages
BY TIIE MONTH
Por day, $1; por woek, Si and ?J ;
1X3 r moiun, iu tosio.
MEALS : .por day 7fi coutsj por wook,
FINE SUA BATHING AND MOUNTAIN
A HEALTHFUL SPOT CLOSU TO THE SEA
I All Train to an trom Honolulu tf
r S .op il the Hotel 1 'W
Albert Toogood, Proprietor.
AunouncoH to tho publlo tint ho Is now
opon for oiiRiigomonta to tnko rli.irgo of
Uanquots, Vails, Dlnnors and Oardon
Parties, Socials, etc.
Address caro Union KxprOHi Company
And Ice Cream Parlors.
E. POPt'LTiTON. M'o'n.
Thin Is n modorii up-to-date Amorlcau
HoHtaurant mid llikory. Jlxeollont
MouLs for 25 cents.
No. 620 FORT STREET.
Excelsior Dining Saloon
333 NUUANU ST.,
NKAlt HOTEL ST.
CHAS. LIND, Prop'r.
I'lrfit-clflRa Ulnal. Illlllltr ilin miTtnrvla.
Ion of u whlto man, nerved from r u. in.
lOO p. in. .MKAl.i M WlWiy-HVK UtS.
t'osioiilco lkix 112.
A rlrht-claNS ItciHort In oerv rosnoct.
Tho lioht 2o tout moiil to bo had.
1015 OHRAM 15 CJ:NT3 A PLATE.
LOOK HOP it CO.,
1008 liorotanla and l'ort stroots.
Homo mot Eos
CARE FOR CONSUMPTIVES
Conference to Consider the Matter of
Hospital for Them.
Position of Queen's Hospital Defined Physi
cians of One Mind as to Desirabili
ty of Provision.
Immediately nf ter yestordny con
feronco on tho cemetery question,
Presidont Dolo opened n con
ferouco on tbo question oE n hos
pital for consumptives. Sonntor
Honry Waterhouse, Dr. Mynrs,
Dr. Cooper, Dr. Alvnrez, Dr.
Herbert nnd Dr. Taylor outorod
Presidont Dolo wont on to
stnlo tho subject of conference.
II o quoted from Board of Health
statistics to show little if nny in-
croaso in tho prevalonco of con
sumption. Last year showed n
docided incroaso which might bo
attributed to tho spring floods.
Thore was nu existing degree of
provnlnnco, howovor, which tlo
mnnded publio attention. It was
very desirable, in his view, that
tbo Quoou's Hospital should tnko
charge of wlmtovcr schomo might
bo devised for taking caro of con
sumptives. Dr. Wood, houao surgeon of tho
Queen's Hospital, upon a nmnrk
mado by the Attorney Gonoral,
said it was important that they
should start with a correct under
standing of tho situation. The
starling of n. hospital for con
Bumptivos had novo; boon con
sidered by tho truntoes of tho
Queen's UoBpitnl. Ho had urged
on tho trustoes tho establishing of
a consumptive ward in tho hospi
tal, which was a different thing
from a genornl hospitnl for con
sumptives. Dr. Wood did not
credit the satistics whon they
represented that thero had not
been nu increaao of consumption.
Thore undoubtedly had been nn
increnae, nnd 1899 would probab
ly show n greator increase. Tho
other dny ho had met with tho
first caso of ship joint disease, nnd
tuberculosis of bones and joints
was cortaiuly becoming moro fre
quent. Dr. Cooper, tho bouse physi
cian was not in favor of n con
sumptive ward connected with tho
Quoou's Hospital. IE thero could
not bo n general consumptive hos
pital established outside, ho would
bo willing to havo such a ward
but ns far isolated ns possible
from tho othor buildings. Ho
was strongly in favor of having n
fonornl hospital for consumptives,
t should bo ns far out of town aB
ptacticablo. Dr. Wood interpo
lated, in nnBwer to tho Attornoy
Goneral, tin explanation to the
effect that tho danger of infection
with consumption was much
greator to sick thnn to well peo
ple Dr. Coopor, continuing,
euuorsou misstatement, tolling of
two patients recently disobnrged
nftor having pneumonia, ono of
whom had sinco developed tubor
culous indications. Iu nuBwer to
n question, ho said incurable hos
pitals wero becoming common in
largo oitios abrond.
Dr. Herbert rolntcd information
from England about tho preval
unco of tuberculosis in dairy
cattle, nnd tho movomont thero for
having tho milk sterilized. In
sanitariums aud hospitals caro
was taken to provont infection,
nml thero would bo less daugor
from n consumptive hospital in
the middle of tho town than from
lolling infected porsons wander
about the streets. Ho wns strong
ly iu favor of having n hospital
for incurables established, but it
should be started on n smnll scnlo.
livory caro shquld be tnkon to pro
vont nttraoting patiouts from
abroad to such nu institution.
This was not a favorable climato
for consumptivgs, nnywny, as it
soomod to hnston development of
Dr. Howard, govern moot city
puysitiinn, gnyo rensons lrom uis
roennt praotico for being vory
much in fnvor of having a con
sura ptivo hospital. Ausworing
the President, ho said ono to ac
commodate fifty patients would bo
n right becinninc. Dr. Horbtrt
being nsked, ngreod with this
Dr. Myors Envorod a speoml
hospital. It should bo at a irood-
Dr. Taylor thought public
opinion iu California should bo
disabused oE tho improsBion that
Hawaii wnB a cood couutrv for
Dr. Garvin considered that a
diseaso that caused ubout ouo
scventh oi tho deaths iu the hu
man rnco demanded somo csppcml
measures for taking enro of thoso
affected with it. Ho earnestly
supported tho proposition for hav
ing a consumptive hospital, ana it
should bo built by tho town.
Dr. Emorson thought thero was
ns much reason for segregating
consumption ns loprosy. Tho Iiob
pitnl should bo out of tho dusty
town, iu tho clear air of tho coun
try, It was timo somothiug were
dono, as tho growth of tho city
was ceasing to bo arithmetical
and becoming geometrical.
Dr. Alvaroz ngroed with pro
vious speakors nnd spoko of tho
daugor from indiscriminate ex
pectoration. The proposed notion
should bo followed up with an anti-spitting
law. Ho spoke of tho
carelessness in households con
taining cases of consumption. A
criisi.tlo against tuberculosis iu
cows was less necessary than ono
against tho sntno thing iu human
boiuga. In conclusion Dr. Alvn-
rez urged tunt tlio proposed uos
pital should bo froo to the poor of
nil nntionnlities nud supported by
the public taxes.
Mr. Schaofor explained that tho
Quoen's hospital trustoes had not
started a consumptive ward for
tho very reasons that had beou so
go'uerally expressed nt this moot
ing. It was feared that suoh n
wnrd would bo overflowed with in
curables from ouLsido the couutry.
Tho Attorney General hoped
that the published reports of this
conEorcnco would have tho effect
of wnrning the public that tho
Boeds of consumption wero ns
much to bo avoided ns tho seeds of
On n motion in that regard, tho
President nppointed this comtnit
teo of three, with powor to incroaso
their nnmbor to five, to report on
tho Bubjoct: Dr. Wood, Dr. Her
bert and Geo. W. Smith. This
closed tho proceeding.
GKNKIIAL M:VS MTKS.
Col. James A. Sexton Com
mnuder in-chiof of the (5. A. 1.
diod in Washington lob. 5.
Tho stenmer Connomnugh has
been cbnrtored to carry supplies
Tho President bus sentenced
Commissary Goneral Eagan to six
years susponsion from duty.
Tho collier Noro will bo used us
tho Pacific Cablo ship iu placo of
Tho Judiciary Coramitteo of tho
Houso has decided that Gen.
Whooler nnd others cannot hold
their sent iu Congress whilo mem
bers of tho army.
Tho Nnvnl Committee of tho
Houso has approved tho construc
tion of twelvo now warships.
Genornl Count von Caprivi
former chancellor of the Germnn
Empire is dead.
"lieclulty Mir Cuntlnir.
Tho doublo bill nt tho Orphonm
last night drown good crowd. 'Tho
bill will bo repoatcd tonight. Tho
specialties woro now aud pleas
ing. Jim Post will return on tho
Moaua with tbo finest specialty
show ever seon on the islands and
Manager King has several sur
prises in Btoro for tho patrons of
Honolulu's popular placo of
The Lait Cur.
The last cars of tho King street
lino going to Wnikiki and Pnlama
pass tho Anchor Saloon. The
olovorost mixologists in tho city
aro thero nlways to put you up
anything you may dosiro. Drop
in aud tako n drop before you take
tho cnr. The celebrated Seattle
beer is to bo had horo on draught.
A full lino of liquors including tho
famous A. A. Jesso Moore Whisky
etc, always on baud. Tho most
oxaoting and variod demands can
bo satisfied. Tho Anchor Saloon
is hero to ploaso its patrons.
Mr. F. O. Holbig, n prominent
druggist of Lyuohburg, Vn., says:
"Ouo of our citizens was cured of
rheumatism of two years stand
ing, by ono bottle of ChBiuborlain's
Pain Balm. This liuimout is
famous for its euros of rhoumn
tisra; thousands have boon do
lighted with tho prompt rolioE
which it affords. For snlo by all
dualors. Bouson, Smith & Co,,
No shop-worn goods on the coun
ters of merchants who advertise in
Real Estate and Insurance. 11
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AGENTS FOU ..
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
tna Fire Insurance Company
Brucs Waring & Co.
Lands for Sale.
Money to Loan on Mortgages.
Wb are agents for
Svea Fire Insurance Co. of Gothenburg
American Fire Insurance Co. of Phila.
Room t n 8. Telephone MS.
Real Estate Broker.
209J MERCHANT ST.
rem s vn:.
Tueho ClihiogO Umnlto Hitching
l'rojKirty In town.
HOUS155 TO liirr.
W. C. ACHI & CO,,
Brokers & Dealers
CtT Wo will Uny or Hell Ilea) Estate In
ill pints of tho grnnp.
I3T We will Soil l'roptrtioa on Keiwou.
OFFICE, 10 West King Street
OFFIOK, G32 FORT STI1EET.
LOUIS K. A'GREW
OITICli No. 15 Kiiiiliuiiianu Mreot,
Honolulu, rorinurly A. Itns.i'nolUco.
Unltod Stutu-j Custom Houso llrokoni
AtvoiintiintH, St.iruliorH of Title's und
Oonoml lUisuichs AonLs.
Tololliuno B'20 1021
JAS. 1'. MOHQAX,
MemNri ol Honolulu Stock Cchinc,
P.O. Box 51M.
Oonural MuaaRor of
rbe Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United States for the Hawaiian
Ort'owi Merchant strml. Iloiiolalni
JAS. F. xMORGAN,
0OT1ONKER AND STOCK BR0K2R
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraiaemout of Real
flUato und Furniturb
A. .T. OAMPUELL,
Stock and Uoml Broker.
Member ot the Honolulu Stock Cichtoce.
Ollco Qucon Htroot, opposite Unlou
PTelepllone 506. p.O Box jj. 1044
DONNELLY & ROSS,
Expert Accountants and J
Searchers of Titles.
Cobtom House BnoKEns.
lloom No. 5 KpreoUolH Uulkling,
Honolulu, II. I.
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