VHR PAOIF ; COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, DECEMBER, 31, li'JS.
THE BANK OF HAWAII
LI M IT ED
Incorporated undtr the laws of the
Capital Subscribed 5400,000
Capital Paid up 1200.000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
CHAS. M. COOKE, President
3. B. ATHERTON, Vice President
CL H. COOKE Cashier
3. C. ATHERTON, Secretary
CJBNRY WATERHOUSE. TOM MAY,
T. W. M ACFAR LAN E, E. D.
TENNEY, J. A. McCANDLESS.
Exchange drawn oa Well3, Fargo &
Coa Bank in San Francisco and New
York and their correspondents
throughout the vorld.
Oriental Correspondents: The Hong
Ifcong and Shanghai Ranking Corpora
tion. The Chartered Rank of India, Aus
tralia and China.
Attention given to general banking
Safe deposit boxes rented by month
OTLAUS SPRKCKELS. WM. O. IRWIN.
GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.,
HONOLULU - - - II. I.
WAN FRANCiSCO AGENTS THR NE
VADA BANK OF SAN FRANCISCO.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
SAN FRANCISCO The Nevada Bank of
fcONDON-The Union Bank of London,
WEW YORK American Exchanre Na
niICAGO Merchants' National Bank.
frAIUS Comptolr National d'Jscompte
OKRLIN Drepdner Bank.
HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA Honjr
konr and Shanghai Banking Corpora
tion. STEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
Bank of New Zealand.
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank
of British North' America,
irmcio GenerQiBanRino SExcnonoe Business
Deposits Received. Loans made on Ap
proved Security. Commercial and Trav
Xrs' Credits Issued. Bills of Exchange
iBoufht and Sold.
BOIiLECTIONS PROMPTLY ACCOUNT
BISHOP & CO.
On October 1st, 1898, and continuing
Ba.tR further notice, Savings Deposits
will be received and interest allowed
ity this Bank at four and one-half per
nt per annum. The terms, rules and
r3lations of the Hawaiian Postal Sav
Im&n Bank will be adopted as far as it
la practicable to apply them, and the
Caah Reserve of ?50,000 as required
eader the Postal Act will be main
tained. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on the 1st of
Detober on application.
bishop & CO.
Honolulu, September 7, 1898. 5019
ESTABLISHED IN 1858.
BISHOP & CO.
TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING
AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. '
Commercial and Travelers' Letters of
Credit issued, available In all the
Principal Cities of the World.
INTEREST allowed after July 1st,
iZ98, on fixed deposits: 3 months 3 per
tent; 6 months per cent; 12 months
4 per cent
THE YOKOHAMA SPECIE BANK
Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000
3ld Ud CaDital Yen 10.500,000
ZUaerve Fund Yen 6,960,000
HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA.
BRANCHES AND AGENCIES:
Xohe, London, Lyons, New York,
San Francisco, Bhangnai,
Bombay, Hong Kong.
On Fixed Deposit for 12 months 4 p. c.
On Fixed Deposit for 6 months p. c.
On Fixed Deposit for 3 months 3 p. c
TNTEREST ALLOWED BY THE
HEAD OFFICE AT YOKOHAMA.
On Current Deposit 5 per cent p. a.
On Fixed Deposit for 12 months, 7p.c
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues
Drafts and Letters of Credit on the
above Branches and Agencies and
transacts General Banking Business.
Yokohama SDecle Bank:
r1w Republic Bldg., : Honolulu, H. I.
KEI HIN BANK, LTD.
transact General Banking and Ex
irein nFFIf.R - - - TOKYO. JAPAN.
Ti fcl" f W wm I
Nraw exchange on
X FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
e Hawaiian Gazette
For Sale Any Kind of!
Island Stocks. ;
Buys and sells outright
City and Suburban Real Es-j
P. 0. BOX NO. 104. !
We have Fxcured the service of
the famous horse shoer and prize
v winner of San Francisco.
ZJCT Give Him a Trial.
He is to he found at
J. A. Morgan's,
In T. Murray's Carriage Shop.
M m i
From the following PURE-BRED I
Fowls of the choicest strains at my
Punahou Poultry Yards, viz: Bull
Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, "White
Leghorns, Black Minorcas, Andalusi-
an, Barred Plymouth Rocks, Wyaa
dottes and English S. G. Dorklngi,
Pekin Ducks and Bronze Turkeys.
Prices furnished upon application.
Favors from the other Islands will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
A few choice Fowls for sale.
WALTER C. WEEDON,
314 Fort St., Honolulu.
J, R. Shaw, D.V.S.
Office and Innrmary, - - 863 King St.
Modern and Hmnaue Treatment.
Goods and Tailor Goods.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1898,
And continuing to the
END OF THE YEAR,
All goods will be sold regardless of
a bona fide CLEARANCE
210 Nuuann St., above Hotel.
Of a good, clean shave by
expert artist?, with pharp
tool?, visit the Silent Barber
Shop. Yon can't do better
an v where in town.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP.
JOE FERNANDEZ, Propr.
Arlington Block, Hotel St.
k FEW BARGAINS.
House Lot on Kaili Street, at Kalihl,
House and lot at
House and lot on Young street, 73x
Lot at Kamoiliili, about Vz acre.
Lot on Prospect street, 75x125.
Three Lota opposite Makee Island,
next to Macdonald's.
Four Lots Kapahulu Tract.
M. K. KE0H0KAL0LE
and L. K. M'GREW.
15 Kaahumanu Street.
MlM Soao Her Ms Co..
Esplanade, Cor. Allen and Port Sta.
HOLLISTER & CO.. - - AGRNT3.
BIG GLEAN GITY
A Woman's View of Sanitation
in New Yort
reservation of the health
w , .
Magnitude of a Public Work-Ad-
dress of Mrs. John h. judge.
Million in Tenements.
At a nuv-ting of the f:x-iviv f
iitic-a Study, says the New York Sun,
at Genealogical Hall, 22J West Fifty
eighth street, Mrs. T. St. John Gaffaey
presided, and introduced the speaker
of the day, Mrs. John H. .Judge, who
ivad a paper on the Health Depart
ment. j "The grandest word in our lan
j guage," said Mrs. Judge, "is our word
j health. We may gain riches, but with
out healih we have nothing; it is the
golden treasure, once lost, seldom re
covered. The health of the nation is
the health of the individual, and there
fore we have come in this country to
a. realization that each community
must have its Board of Health to reg
ulate and keep sound the body of the
individual. The definition of health
which appeals to me as most satisfac
tory is that it is soundness of the
body; a normal bodily condition. Good
health is change; bad health is mo
noionv." Thp'snkof nt i-Bt,,i
owe the foundation of the Health De
partment, and stated that in this coun
try attention was directed to the mat
ter of public health in 1S50 by a print
ed report, written by Samuel Shattuck
of .Massachusetts, a layman, in -which
was set forth details about health and
sanitary conditions and pleading for
the concerted efforts of State Boards
She spoke at length of the Sanitary
Commission, which operated during
the civil war and which was founded
by a small body of New York women
in Cooper Union. Mrs. Judge con
tinued: "When I reflect that in Greater New
York we have 3, 200,000 persons, of
whom about 1,200,000 are native born,
900.000 Germans, 850,000 Irish, 200,000
English and Scotch, 170,000 Russians.
Poles and Austrians, mostly Hebrews,
the question of how to keep them clean
staggers me. But not so our Board of
Health, for through its perfectly or
ganized plans these people are kept in
check and their general health better
than in their native countries. The
health of New York is better than that
of any other city in the world. The
most important feature in this city's
growth affecting the Health Depart
ment is the tenement house. There,
at this time, live 1,000,000 'people" who
require and receive careful supervision.
The new conditions arising are met as
they come up. Not many years hence
the people will bless this generation
for the thoughtfulness expressed
through our Health Boards.
"The next immediate and great re
form should be in keeping our rivers
and streams free from pollution which
is constantly pouring into them. The
smallest stream in the country place is
looked upon as a natural sewer and our
country gentlemen have an elaborate
system of pipes and valves in their
homes on th hill slopes, directed into
a drain which is laid to the nearest
stream, and so on until the metropolis
is met, and there at the foot of every
few streets is a vent for delivering in
to the waters which surround our city
the sewerage of our houses. The
cities on the Hudson do as we do. Still
we consume the ice which is .harvested
in winter from this body of polluted
water. Look at New York, cur water-
encircled city. The circles should be
as pure as they were hundreds of
years ago and not the band of dirty,
dark, polluted liquid such as we see
now. Look at the Harlem river. It is
a huge sewer, and when the flats are
bare -at low tide what a sight is pre-
sented and what a warning givon us
i The turning of this river into a ship
! eanal to be deepened and maue a fast-
flowing body of water will help but not
cure. The problem of burning all must
be solved at once. The first cost
i should not prevent us from doing this
j at once.
"Our Health Department cannot ac
complish its great work alone. Every
citizen must put forth his and her in
dividual effort to obey the sanitary
laws of life and of the board. We must
keep our authorities posted on what
we know is for the general good. We
must look to it that our own household
is in a sanitary condition. The Health
Department of this city owes more to
the Woman's Health Protective Asso
ciation than to any other organization
or body, and it is proud to acknowledge
that indebtedness, and when its mem
bers appear before that body they re-
; ceive the closest attention and their
j views are acted upon."
! Mrs. Judge concluded with the fol-
j lowing tribute to Col. Waring:
j "The Health Protective Association
has had close contact with the Street
Cleaning Department, a close ally to
j the Health Department, and there we
Sir 50 j met the greatest of men, who has late
j ly laid down his life in his efforts to
i tell us how to preserve our health and
: life. We have all read Ins wonderful
j reports on the systems of the world to
j better the cleanliness of our cities and
marvelled at his keen conception of
conditions and his mastery of them.
New York City owes more to the late
Col. Waring for its health and wealth,
it? brightness and comfort, than to any
other person: and this society will not
i let this day pass without its word in
his honorable memory."
Mrs. Judge's reference to Col. War
ing was greeted with applause.
Possibilities of Use of Fibre for
In an article :i - Toijlo FlW-r In
dustries of the United Scales," in Ap
pix'iuii's Popular Scu-ru-e Monthly iNu-veaiht-r).
C. R. Dodge- tells us that the
i.'o.f of the pineapple contains a ry
line silky ii Ik r that may L utilized in
the manufacture of texiie fabrics. He
says: "A pineapple plant matures but
one apple m a season, and after the
harvest of fruit the old 1-avts are of
no further use to the plant, and may
be removed. The leaves have the
same structural system as the agaves
that is. they are composed of a cel
lular ma.-3 mrough which the fibers
extend, and when the epidermis and
pulpy matter are eliminated the resi
due is a ;oft. silk-like filament, th-e
value of which has long been recog
nized. Only fifty pounds of this fiber
can be obtained from a ton of leaves,
but .as the product would doubtless
command double the price of Sisal
hemp, its production would Ue profit
able. How to secure this fiber cheaply
is the problem. The Sisal hemp ma
chines are too rough in action for so
fine a fiber, and, at the rate of ten
leaves to the pound, working up a ton
of the material would mean the handl
ing of over twenty thousand leaves
to secure perhaps three dollars' worth
of the commercial product. Were the
fiber utilized in the arts, however, and
its place established, it would com
pete in a measure with flax as a spin
ning fiber, for its filaments are divisi
ble to the thousandth of an inch.
The substance has already been utiliz
ed to a slight extent in Eastern coun
tries (being hind-prepared) in the
manufacture of costly, filmy, cobweb
like fabrics that will almost float in
It is folly to suffer from that hor
rible plague of the night, itching
piles. Doan's Ointment cures, quick
ly and permanently. At. any chemist's.
Latest in Correspondence. .
A citizen and son who are in the
dire pilikia of having the directress of
the household on the Coast and who
hate above all other things to write
lcrters. have hit ution a hannv scheme.
The new plan is perhaps a trifle" ex
pensive, but it is a change and a re
lief. Gramophone records are pur
chaspd bv the dozen and records made.
The cylinders are then shipped to the
Coast and the conversations may be
secured without delay, as the lady was
m advance supplied with a machine.
Father and son are so enthusiastic
over their happy thought that they are
writing dascriptions of it to all their
friends in the States.
A NEWSY ITEM.
An Incident From Canton "Which "Will
When a man has lived in Canton, O.,
for nearly half a century, only leaving
that city on a business or pleasure trip,
during that time, except four years
that he followed "Old Glory" in the
late unpleasantness: when he strolled
around the city when it contained less
hundreds of population than it now
does thousands; when his reputation
for honesty and veracity are unques
tioned, it is not asking too much of
Canton people to believe what he says.
Such a man is John Rittersbaugh, of
No. 5S Lawrence Avenue, painter, dec
orator and respected citizen of Canton.
Read what he said to our representa
tive: "I enlisted in the Nineteenth
regiment, Co. A, Ohio Volunteers, and
served in it during the Civil War for
four years and three months. Since
then I have been troubled with kidney
complaint, the hardships and expos
ure endured no doubt being the cause
of it. My back has ached so severely
that I have had to give up everything
and go home, no matter how much
work I had on my hands. When
stooping over I could hardly straight
en up, with catches in the small of the
back or kidneys that were so sharp
that they caused me to sink down.
And accompanying this there was a
distressing and annoying urinary
weakness. I have taken medicines for
it of various kinds, but without any
lasting benefit. At last I tried Doan's
Backache Kidney Pills. What I had
heard and read induced me to use
them. Now I can say to myself, and
have the proof for it, all the old
symptoms have passed away, and I am
feeling first class, and gaining weight,
and my appetite is better than it has
been for years." Just such emphatic
endorsement can be had right here at
Drop into the nearest drug store and
see what the druggist's customers re
port to him.
Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are
sold for 50 cents per box, or 6 boxes
for $2.50, by all dealers, or will be for
warded by mail to any address on re
ceipt of price by the Hollister Drug
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, agents for the
The attention of those who wish to
carry away with them souvenirs of
Is called to my manufacturing depart
ment. Jewelry of all kinds made to
404 K FORT ST
HUSTACE & CO.,
Wood and Cos
White and Black Sand
Which we will sell at tho rery lowwt
Telephone No. 414.
Calumet (i 1. fi I
unncoiTc fchS 1
Fever is Raging;,
PEOPLE GOING MAD in their haste
to get in their orders for iron fences
to replace the old wooden ones that
have done service for so many years.
Call and see samples of something en
tirely new, and place your orders
early if you want to be "in tne sulci.-
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING IRON,
Fountains, Chairs, Settees, Vases,
Hitching Posts, Stairs, Railings, Fire
Escapes, etc., etc.
MAGNIFICENT DESIGNS IN MON
UMENTS, TOMBSTONES, Statuary,
etc. Italian, Georgia and Vermont
Marble and Topaz Granite, Hawaiian
Blue Stone and Marble.
Estimates given on all kinds of
Grading, Stone Work and Terracing.
Curbing and Cement Sidewalks. Cem
etery work of all kinds. Letter cut
ting in Brass, Iron or Stone. Stencil
making a specialty.
THE HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE
AND MONUMENTAL CO.
H. E. Hendrick, Manager.
Telephone 502. 315 Fort St.
GOLD, SILYER AND PLATED WARE
in the Latest Designs
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
All Goods Guaranteed as Represented.
M. R. COUNTER.
507 Fort St.
THE CLUB STABLES
. (Limited) ... .
C BELLINA, Manager.
Fort St., near Hotel. Telephone 477.
PROMPT SERVICE, STYLISH TURN
OUTS, SAFE DRIVERS.
We are especially equipped to cater
to your trade. Fair dealing and good
service ia what -we depend on to get it.
Dr. Rowat is always in attendance
at the Stables.
Club Stables Hack Stand
Cor. Union and Hotel Sts.
(Old Bell Tower.)
CAREFUL AND WELL INFORM
FIRST CLASS CARRIAGES.
HACKS AT ALL HOURS.
Orders for Surreys, Wagonettes,
Single or Double Teams at a moment's
HACKS Nos. 45, C5, TO, 77, 97, 125
C. BELLINA, Mgr.
Tel. 319. Stables Tel. 477.
German Hop Beer
FOR TABLE USE.
Deliverved to any j art of the
city for -fl.00 y(?r dozen quarts.
Leave vour order at
Yee Hop Sing,
King Street - - - - Near Alakea.
Or Dewey Restaurant, Fort Street.
D. H. Fyfe. C. W. Adamson.
FYFE & ADAMSON.
214 SIXTH ST., SAN FRANCISCO,
Dealers in all descriptions of Cali
Salesmen for Island Fruits and Pro
PURCHASING AGENTS, ETC.
Cash advances made on consignment.
All business entrusted to U9 will re
ceive prompt attention.
AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE.
Offer for Sale:
Cube and Granulated.
PARAF1XE PAINT CO.'S
Lucol Raw and Roiled.
Linseed Raw and Roiled.
Water-proof cold-water Taint. In
side and outside; in white and
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grada
Scotch fertilizers, adapted for su
gar cane and coffee.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s chemical fertil
izers and finely ground Bona
STEAM PIPE COVERING,
Reed's patent elastic sectional pipe
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS,
Linen and Jute.
CEMENT, LIME & BRICKS.
WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
ALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS,
Thiladelphia, Fenn., U. S. A.
EWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO..
(Manf. "National Cane Shredder").
New York, U. S. A.
N. OHLANDT & CO.,
San Francisco, Cal.
IISDON IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE
San Francisco, Cal.
A Model Plant Is not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dispensing
witn small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One gener
ator can fivnish power to your Pump,
Centrifugals, Elevators, Plows, Rail
ways and Hoists; also, furnish light
and power for a radius of from 15 to
Electric Power being used, saves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one engine to
00k after in your mill.
Where water power 13 available it
costs nothing to generate Electric
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COM
PANY Is now ready to furnish Electric
Plants and Generators of all descrip-
tlo at short notice, and alm hn
hand a large stock of Wire, Chande-
iers and Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt at
tention, and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants; also, at
tention is given to House and Marine
THEO. HOFFMAN, Manager.
Are for sale by our
agents : ; :
Hobron Drug Co.,
Fort and King Streets.
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