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!" 's?w!iffMlm'' IM VJJ- t - , . ,,, ,,. EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TIUIRSDAY, FEU. 6, 1902, V J JL a- jfoefe' '77 NpulaR STORE.. why we advertise Our space in the newspapers Is used to gho to tlio public all tho latest news regarding new arrivals in stock, now styles and to otter from time to time special inducements. all this week wo nro busy as bees stocktaking but busy as no are at any time, wo aro never so much bo but what wo havo tlmo to extend tho most nttcntivo and courteous treatment to our customers. watch this & space Wo aro getting our goods arranged and aro going to make some extraordi nary offers. Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd, FORT STREET. WHY THROW $40 AWAY by paying $100 for a typewriter when you can get an up to date strictly high grado machine The Wellington Visible Writer for $60. This machine Is a revolution in typewriters. Ono of many endorsements given tho Wellington Typewriter Is as follows "Wo make the statement positively that they aro absolutely tho best, ex celling all others in simplicity, dura bility and accuracy. Wo aro using 75 of them In our Philadelphia and Now York stores. They hao our unquali fied endorsement. "(Signed) JOHN WANAMAKEU." Wo have Just received a shipment of theso typewriters and will bo pleased to gho full particulars regarding same. Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd . PER S. S. "ALAMEDA" New Line Golf Shirts very latest In the market. SILK AND GRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE SILK FOR SUITS, direct from the Orient, BIG LINE OF KIMONAS, - - U. SEKOMOTO, Robinson Block. Hotel Street. S. SHIMAMOTO General Merchandise! Dry Goods, Groceries. Japanese Provisions, etc MAQOON BLOCK, MEROIIANT STREET. JP . O- Box 886 ILvdZain. M GOO KIM, NUUANU STREET, above Hotel. DIQ HOLIDAY 8TOCK OF TOY8. Many new Stayles Table Covers, Embroidered both of Grass Linen and Bilk. Embroidered Piano Covers, Silk Handkerchiefs, Etc. Heavy Pongee Silk and White Silks, Victoria Lawn, India Lawn and Lacet of all kinds. New stock of Swiss Embroideries. DRY OOOD8 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. P O Bos MI. T(l. il. vxnxrcsr "wo oiklajxt THE OLDEST CHi. 'cSE FIRM IN HONOLULU. Dlri to Flo Silks an 4 Grata Llnini, ChtotM ao4 Japa ott Good! of All Kills a io-4 it Nuuanu strati The Bulletin, 75cts. per monfii NUT B11J0F IE DK. COOPER CALLS HALT UPON JAPANESE DOCTORS Kindergartners Nominate Medical In spectorNew Wing for Malu lani Hospital Trial of Leprosy Cure. I'alat was (lie first dish on the bill of faro at the regular ilict of the Uonnl of Health jesterday afternoon. John W. Knlua, contractor, forwarded n propo sition that tho Hoard pa for a con signment of palal dellercd at the Set tlement, of which mention was made two weeks ago, and he and his asso ciates would pa the freight. This was regarded as decltlcdl) cool, In view of tho fact that Superintendent Reynolds had given the conti.ictors timely notice not to deliver that lot of the Hawaiian start of life It was vot ed to notify Mr. Kaulua that If the palal was not removed within ten d)s It would he cast Into the ocenn There were present President. I)r II. C. SlogBCtt, i: A Mott-Smlth. Dr W. XI Moore, Attorne) General U 1. Dole. Krcd C. Smith nnd Dr. C. II Cooper. Officers In attendance wero Dr. J. 8 II I'ratt, C. U Itfjnolds, C. Charlock and C II Trnc) Petitions and Letters. Aheona serit In a long petition for a permit to open n colteo shop at the Settlement. It was denlul after a statement hy Superintendent Reynolds There were two places at Knlaupapt and one of the same kind at Kalawao alread). J. L. Ilcnolt made application for the position of sanitary Inspector at Kahu- lul, Maul, offering his services at CO n month It was referred to Uxccutlvo Onlcer I'ratt. Dr. J. Holland, gocrnment ph)sl- clan for Puna, sent in a bill for a postmortem examination. On motion of Dr. Cooper It was referred to tho Attorney General's department as hav ing Incurred the bill.- Sister M. Honavcntura preferred n request for the nddltlon of a wing to the Malulanl hospital, Walluku. it was voted to grant the request. Odlccrs of the Kindergarten Asso ciation wrote asking that Dr Mar) Harry be commissioned as medical ex aminer for kindergartens, the assocla tlon to p.ij her salarj and expenses Tho Hoard gave Its consent nccom panled with Its thanks the oxamluer to be under the supervision of the Hoard After some discussion, how ever, it was decljled to lay tho matter on the table ono week, so that a confer ence might he had with the doctnl named. Japanese Doctors. Dr. Cooper, on the favorablo report of tho medical examiners on the appli cations of three Japanese doctors for license to practice, suggested that Dr. Andrew b, chairman of the board of ex aminers, be interviewed regarding tho nature of the examination, qualifica tion of Interpreter, etc. They were rushing in Japanese doctors a little too fast. The names of the candidate! ore; Drs. Ynmlzo Kakumura, gradu ate of First High College of Chlbi on Nov. 23, 1892; K Sugnja, graduate ol Chlha medical college on March 2. 18S8, nnd S Kobajusehl, graduate bv license of board of examiners at ToMc on Nov. 15, 1900, Finally, Dr Cooper moved that the report be laid on the table, accepting an amendment by the Attorne) Gen eral to have It tabled for one week This was carried Dr Cooper then moved and it was carried that Dr Mooro In the meantime Investigate the matter. An Innocent Practice. Ilatlilng In Nuuanu stream was Kbrought up for discussion The presl dent's nttention had been called to tlm matter The Attorney General thought It would he going too far to prohibit tin bathing of bo)s in the stream. It was recorded as the sense of the meeting that no action should bo taken, unless It were shown that tho practice was prejudicial to the public health. Iwllel Physically Unclean. President Sloggctt mado some re marks on Iwllel. sa)lng he ngrettrd that Judge Gear had not charged tin Grand Jury relative to the phvslc.il, oh well as to the moral, unclcanllness of the locallt) With regard to the slaugh ter houses, Mr, Waller had Informed him that tho contract for new build ings at Kallhl would ho let within a few ilaja Therefore the order for ru moval of that establishment ought to be suspended as tho compati) was cvl dentl) acting In good faith Relative to the waBhhouses at Iwllel, ho direct ed the reading of a icport b) H G Keen, Inspector of plumbing and house sewers, prepared after an Inspection ol tho premises hy that officer 1 he re port was handed over to tho press ta ble for publication. A cop) hud been furnished to the Superintendent of Public Works, who had promised hi) earliest attention to Its rccornmendu. tions The report appeals else w hero In this paper.. Reports of Officers Pr I. K. Cofer, lT 3 Marine Hospl tal Service, reported by letter ono case of bubonic phguo with one death at Hongkong for the two weeks endlna Janttar) Reports for tho month of January were read, from the plumbing Inspec tor, the food commissioner tho city sanitary oflkcr and tho suultui) In spectors Alleged Leprosy Cure. Dr Cooper when the written order of business had been despatch- d ask ed If there was nil) thing doing wltU relation to the tua tuu plant as u lemo dy for leprosj Tho president said n tepoit of Dr. Camp and Hoffmann was filed with the Hoard two years ago to the eltuct that expel Iments with the claimed cure .it Kallhl hud )lelded but negatlvo results Di Piatt stated that Di Oliver medical supcilnteiideiit at Moiokul, had HaSTETTEHV 1 ill u RESULTS OF MILK INSPECTION LAST MONTH Poi Also Investigated Preservatives in Cream From Ahuimanu , Food Commissioner's I Report. STOMACH &ITTES This wonderful medicine hns never been equalled as a stomach strength cner and health builder It is tho only one to take when your s)stem Is weak and run down and you Buffer from dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation, flatulency, sour stomach or headache. Try It. It will surely do ou good He sure to get tho genuine with our Pri vate Die Stamp over the neck of the bottle HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS written for n supply of the tua tua lca es It was voted to direct Dr Oliver to make a thorough test of the remedy upon five or six selected patients. Thomnn Square Music, The band will play the follow Ins se lections at a concert In Thomas Sqtiiic this evening, beginning nt 7 CO o'clock: PART I. Overture Juanltn Suppo Kntre Act Monto Crlto Kotiar Grand Selection Martha .... Flotovv Fongs (a) Ko I.en (b) Mlllhnl Pua. Miss I. Kclliaa. (c) Ka Inuwal. (d) Kiiwlllwlll Iho Au. Mrs. N, Alapal. PART II. Cornet Solo First Love .... Nctiman Charles Kreuter Selection Utile of Hohemla .. Hnglandcr Waltz 1001 Nights . Strauss March I.iko I.ehiia Ilerger The Star 8panglel Hanner. & F C Shore) Food Commissioner, 111 Jnnuar), found 71 samples of milk up to or above standard nnd 13 below stnndnrd The purve)ors of the un Ink) diaughts arc the following M Souza Dalr) men's Association two samples, C l.amba nnd Perrls I Star dalr) ono sample each, Fujloka I two samples, M Abrou, two samples I Murtlns two samples, Kawamoto 8 Nobtlgn and Mnkatnnl one sample inch Regarding the deficient article the Commissioner sa)s ' In nil of these samples the denslt) was normal or nhove and the ndulter ntlon seems to have In en either an Intentional removal of n portion of the cream or a bringing about of the snmo result b) rnn lessness In deliver) de tlverlng fiom the top of a fresh can without shaking leaving milk poorer In hutter fat at the bottom. In tho samples from Nohrlgn nnd Martins there was probably nil addition of n small quantity of water. Removal of a portion of the cream and tho nihil tlon of n small quantity of water leaves the density or lactometer read lug normal Results of partial annl)ses of 23 samples of poi arc given, on which tho Commissioner pioceeds to sn) "In no ense was any Hour or other March than that of iaro found, and nu examination of the; nsh In each case did not reveal the presence of any mineral adulterant. "It will be noted there Is consider able variation In the amount of water present; tho limits being 80 to Sfi In samples from restaurants, nnd 73 to 81 In samples from poi shops. "Further examinations of poi sum pies to determine Its food value as compared with other staples, and also a study of tho ferments present nro under wny "A number of complaints and Inqul lies have been made regarding th presence of n preservntlvo In Ahul maim cream and I wish to stnte that. I hnvt on two occasions reported the matter to former Hoards of Health In the past both formalin nnd preservn line thoracic acid) have been used rninple taken during tho month was found to he preserved with the latter Annl)scs have also been made for the Departments of Public Woiks ami grleulture. HAVE YOU LIGHT ENOUGH ? This qtiesllon presents Itself often to the niorlmnt nnd ulso he vis tlon, Aro they sat'sPv oi) ' the new arc lamps now being Installed by us reecho tho hearty endorsement of every ono who uses them nnd we have recommenda tions from tho most piotuincut busi ness men The Post of this light Is much lower than that of the Incandescent Ono lamp giving flvo times tho amount of light for tho same money They aro steady, brilliant of great penctrntlni; power anil bum eighty hours with ono trimming. HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. KINO STRBET, NEAR ALAKEA. SMITH PREMIER TYPEWRITERS Still in the Lead Always in the Lead, HIGHEST AWARD AT PARIS EXPOSITION HIGHESTAWARDATBUFFALO EXPOSITION It's tlmo to turn over a new leaf If )ou have never used the Smith Premier Superior in construction ntid efficiency. Send or call for catalogue. , C. W. MACFARLANE, SOLE AGENT. MACHINES SOLD, RENTED AND REPAIRED. Tel. Main 311. PostoMlcc Box 57 C II Trae). Clt) Snnitnr) Olllccr, leports for January Ilullding applications received 2, approved, 33, disapproved, .0, of pre vious mouths upproved, 10, with drawn, 1 held 1, held b) Survey De- partment. 10 The application held by this ofllce violates the air spaeu regulation The Chinaman wishes to build his lot full of sleeping rooms. kitchens and closets nnd build a eesB- pool underneath. Ho is changing bis plans. Cesspools located during tho month, h Hiilldlngs altered or moved bo as to conform to the sanitary rc-giilatlons of the Hoard of Health, 7. Hxamliiatlons before', during nnd at completion of piocess or building Ufl Inspections othei than of new buildings, 389. Certificates for lodging house res taurant or hotel licenses applied for during the month fit) Or theso ii were Issue" d nnd t held "oi sanitary work to be completed Certitteates Is Btied on applications previous to Jail nary, 1. Previous application permits still held 8 Number of ndults which can by law be lodged In these build tngs licensed --'15. Two foimal complaints have been registered and the nuisances have been abated. Seven 48 hour notices have been served during the month This is tho smallest number for some time but those upon whom the) wero served wero unusuall) obstinate1, for threo of them were arrested Two of the threo llxed up their places and wero let off by pa) Ing tho costs, the third man is still working to pftt his placo Into sanitary shape before his cush comes up on February 2. Illght notices orderllig the recipient' to connect his premises to the sewer I within thlit) days hnvt been served Two builders without permits havo I been notified to obtain tho same and I have done so Tho persons without permits aro usually those who do not Know that It requires a permit to build or move any building except thoso buildings outside the mile ilml' would cost It sb than $1000 The mile limit line is uppiotlmntcly Pens.iculu street on the ens Judd hill on the north, nnd Insane Asylum mad on the west. Two special reports havo been made to the Hoard during the month. Reports of Inspectors. James I) Gorman, for Distilct No 1 Work oidered, G5!. finished, 188, old oiders finished, 41, total Inspec tlons, 1104 A O Hitchcock for District No 2 -Work oidered 115. finished, CO, old orileis finished, 9J, totul inspections, SOU. N P Jacobs for District No 3 Work ordered, 4Jfi, finished, 80, old ordrrs'flnlshed, 83, total Inspections, 101.1. 1) P Lawrence for District No 4 Work ordered 828, finished, 372, old orders finished, 8, total Inspections, 1233 ' T. W Carroll for District No 6 Work ordered. 710. finished, 8S1, old ordeis finished 40, total Inspections 1127 In ndtfitlon to the foregoing six houses are oidered vacated, pending sanitary arrangement I W Francis for DiBtrlct No fi Work' oidered. 122, finished, 338, old unlets finished, 15, total Inspections 15t,9 Plumbing and Sewers. i: O Keen, Inspector of Plumbing nnd House Sewers leports for Jauu nr Plans filed, 103. permits Issued 101, Inspections ninth 2h8 , final t tr uncates Issued 8U sewei connections mnde IG. i Postage on the Bulletin's special In duitrlal edition Is three cents to all parts of the States. New York Hotels Wrecked by Dynamite BIG SHIRT WAIST SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, ALL WAISTS MARKED BELOW COST. CALL AND EXAMINE THEM, A. A. MONTANA, Lending DrcHHimihlnfV House ami Millinery Pnrlors. Arlington Mock, Hotel Ht. II. Pi DAVISON, Munnfcr. New York, Jan, 27 Halt n ton of d)namlte four times the amoiin the law- allowed Btored In n shed on the 8Ubvvuy in front of Murray Hill Hotel today exploded, killing six people end more or less serlousl) wounding two hundred The .Murray Hill Hotel was witched, the Grand Union and Manhattan 1 1 j ttls were damaged and the (irund Cm tral station lost Its window uud Its thicks, the Manhattan i:p and Kur In Ilrmar), the Hospital for Clippies u.d the (Irand Central Palate were .ill shaken, and people were Injured in I them and In near!) ever) private house olllte building and store for blocks around '1 he terrlflv force of the volcano that was let loose was felt nil over the clt) , In the Imemdlute vielnlt) cars vveie blown off the tracks, and an elevated truln nt tho (Irund Central Station was lifted bodily, Imt fell true and w.i'. not derulled. 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