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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. FERRUARV 27, 1S0D.
IN THE KLONDIKE HEALTH OF HILO.Ex. Australia: ; . X 'f J i'. t 1 1 X. it 31 U tt LINLITHGOWSHIRE Is a long name to come around y- Cape Horn with, but it did not r seem to delay the vessel and , she made a fine run One of the chief objects of her visit here is to deliver to us a big lot of . Hubbuck's Pale Boiled Oil. Habbuck's Raw Linseed Oil, Hubbuck's White Lead, In 25, 50 and 100-lb. Kegs. Hubbuck's White Zinc, Hubbuck's Red Lead, Hubbuck's Lampblack AND DRUMS OF Stockholm Tar. .... These Goods need no booming, Hubbuck's Pro ductions are always all right. - All Sons ol Aries in Me Painting Line to He Had ol E. 0. SALL Col. Whyte's Lecture on Getting Out Gold. Bird's-Eye View of Dawson City- Other Illustrations Placer Minim? Methods. Corulr.ue.I from VKt O-.O c. ... i -pf LIMITED. Fort and King I Corner Streets. $20.00 CASH The fiit lecture of th Y. M. C. A. course given Saturday night was most interesting ami successful. 'A large crowd turned out to bear Col. Albert Wnyte discourse upon ".Mining in the Klondike." -Tho stereopticon nicely and the slides shown were full of interest. Prof. Light foot deserves credit for his. success with the stere opticon. The cornet solo and piano se lections were also very well rendered. Following are some brief extracts from Col. Wihyte's interesting lecture: Placer mining, the uncovering and separating from gravel by wash of water tne nuggets and practices of gold milled by grind of glacier and torrent, is the more enticing and popular kind of mining because it Is that kind In which the poor man may become sud denly enriched. And eo a Utile les han two years ago when the Klondike pvrr brolre out. there was such a mad nioh for gold from all quarters of the globe as is without a parallel in the 'history of the world. The lecturere explained the ori&in of certain name of places, aman; the most interesting of which w-s Dyca. A party cf Indians having arrived a; the coast from eheep camp, a number died. The survivors gave It the imu.in nam Tva. which means to die. Thi has been corrupted to Dyca. The sum mit of the famous Chilcoot paH was then shown, in which so many bravo hearts Hiavo perished. An interesting view was that of Flf- pointed. The instruction. a this of ficial will be to report violatloni of regulations to the Hoard of Health peo ple and unless heed U paid at oar there will be prosecutions of tho who permit nuisances or are respon;t"e for them. one of the local transportation con-1 corns or &oaie Individual should jttart ' a garbage route service. The town should be kept clean at all hazard. Mr. Smith said that he was treated with the utraoM courteny by all with whom he came In eootact. and wa greatly pleased that he had been ab to make the trip. A full report will b worked ' made to the I loan! here by Mr. Smith if m trier t VtA ft4?.l 9 a- ternooa. According to Mr. Smith. H K cuice' ahead ver- nicely. New ridetKe , Latest Style. Rubber Tires, the beauty of the place and Mr. Smith took quite a "shine" to the suburb of Uoeds Island. CANOPY-TOP IBtmn uf- STRICTLY UP-TO-DATE; CUTUNDER In six different styles. With or without Rubber Tires. AND SI 0.00 MONTHLY INSTALLMENT a " Lot at laimuki (ij.coo Square Feet in Each Lot.) . ; . For further information apply to GEAR, LANSING & CO., 210 King street. A S pecialty f i i - Durable, Neat and Easily Kept Clean. -OftfO Call and see the work, at CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP, D. 0. AND M. S. HAflMAN, No. 639 KING STREET, LINCOLN BLOCK. (JUST BEIXW THE ARLINGTON HOTEL.) HAWAIIAN TRADING CO - LIMITED. holesale General Merchandise, Commission Office: No. 6 Love Building, Fort Street. Standard Biscuit Company. (California Packing Company. ALL GOODS WARRANTED PURE. CALIFORNIA CANNERIES COMPANY, LTD. GUTTING PACKING CO. HIGHLAND AND PET EVAPORATED CREAMS. LILLY BRAND COND ENSED MILK. THE T. !(. ARMS BY CO. Columbia River Salmon, Alaska Packers Association. Canned Fruits. Send for quotations for 1899 Pack. CORN. Packed in Maine, Illinois and Iowa. We are prepared to make sales for 1899 pack of corn. COX'S GELATINE. Asparagus. Sacramento and Drying Co. Brands. Export, E2a Grade, Gold Medal, Old Fort, Gold Dust Standard, Royal Red, Tips. AN FhANCISCO ELEGTRIC CO. VITAX DRY BATTERIES, Cheapest and Best in use. ; SHELBY INCANDESCENT LAMPS. I CYCLOPS ICE AND REFRIGERATING MACHINES. v GOLDEN GATE GASOLINE ENGINES. AIDION ANTIFRICTION METAL, saves time and money. FRAZIER'S HARNESS AND HOOF OILS. PARTRIDGE CO. Illuminating and Lubricating Oils and Compounds. 1 mm!m Gas and Gasoline ENGINES FOR iiioi lit Use THE UNION GAS ENGINE COMPANY. BmLT9 and builders of tho "Union" Gas, Gasolin and Oil Engines, Launchu, -: Pumps, Air Compressors and Hoists. : OFFICE: 309 HOWARD STREET. SAN FRANCISCO! The Illlo Tribune gives thU account of Mr. Smith's visit: W. O. Smith, president of the Hoard of Health, calletl a mooting of the phy sicians and health officers of Hl'o on Thursday evening to discuss the san itary needs of th town and the meth ods "Cf meeting them. There were present beside Mr. Smith. Sheriff An drews. J. A. Scott and 11. I. It ild win. together with Doctor Uu. Will iams, Tracy, Grace and KLc and rep resentatives of the press. Mr. Smith had spent th day in lox- lng over the town and Mi'mrl with Sheriff Andrews, and had obtained a preuy fair idea of the kind of ranitary work needed. cntilred rJrt with reference to the Waiolarr.n ponds nenr the Hackfcld lumber yard. Dr. ltttssrl replied that they were In the' highest bgree a menace to pu!l!c !tra!;h. an I n fruitful cause of malaria. wl;h which in fact nearly every resident lV;wcn Waiakea bridge, the Volcano road. Front and Church streets wrre afXiict ed. The other physicians present agreed substantially with this state ment. Discussion as to the b4t method CATullAGE AND nAnriEss nzposiTonY. Fort Street. - - - Above Club Stables- Ho feld Lt: ..v. " ' Nous theories and much dirferer.ee of which was shown on the shore was a opinion. It was suggested by Mr. fair typo of all the timber along the' Smith that a main canal touting to Vul-nn m-ntt inw n ci If lnr In tmr!l I Ward . V. (VUUf fy " " " " - - r ..l 1 1 .. , t.lfOI xorcsw or iuu-4i. -u uu w" uuw "m,r I portion of the Wafer, and th. rest of of the stream. llMC ponds could be Midi In. This A bird's eye view of famous Da wson method has been followed su.vcj fully Waiakea with branch canals opening Into it would draw off a large City was shown, taken at a time when there were not more than a dozen log houses in the town, and the greater number of 3000 people were living in tents. Col. Whyto told a sad story of two brovhera who worked for months in the struggle for wealth. At last fortune smiled. They were rich men. iJut they had no sooner returned to Dawson City than the dread typhoid was upon them and death came soon to both The largest cariboo ever killed in those regions. The Cariboo go scuth in spring to the coast in droves of thousands, returning to the interior In winter. One dressed weighs from 300 to 400 pounds and its flesh is Juicy and tender with a flavor resembling that of deer. Many views of claims on the famous Bonanza creek - were shown and Col. Whyte told many interesting incidents of jthe great struggle. How men about to give up became wealthy In a day and how men did give up only to see their claims turn out fabulously rich when it was too late. He delineated tho sufferings, the hardships endured, and tho vice and the valor of tne men. In conclusion he said: "Tho time hast not yet come for writing the history of the mad, reck less rush to t.e Klondike. Nor can it until his winter's snows give up their treasures,, their disappointments and their dead. It will bo a story where the noblest human virtues touch el bows with the vltost Qiuman vices. H will be a story in which tragedy pre dominates and which has cost more life and brought more sorrow to Am erican homes than the war with Spain." Hand Concert. This is the program Capt. Merger has arranged for the Government band con cert at Emma Square this evening at 7:30: PART I. Overture Ten Girls and No Hus band Suppe Dance Fandango (new) Key loft Selection Bohemian Girl (by re quest) Balfe (a) Halelanl. Oi hoi ha (MPoli Pumehana. Malu i ka Ao The Misses Kellaa and Alepai. PART II. Cornet Solo The Surf .. Steinhauser Mr. Charles Kreuter. Fantasia Musical Review ... Riviere Waltz Waikiki Beach Berger March The Charlatan Sousa The Star Spangled Banner. Water at Kihci. L A. Thurston, who is quite heavily interested in the new Kihel plantation, returned on Saturday from a visit to the Maul estate of the company. De velopment of the water Is progressing in a most satisfactory manner. The second large pump is at work, yet the greatest difficulty is encountered In keeping the shaft or tunnel in such condition that the men may work in the drifts. W. F. Pogue, the manager, is showing commendable and effective energy in preparing for the planting of cane. on certain mars-h lands near Honolulu. The sewerage of Front utrcet also came in for discussion. There 4s $IOo available for sewcrag? purposes and though this cannot ho expected to go very far. It can either be applied to fur nish a complete system for a portion of Front street, which will be connected with the Walanuenue street sewer, or can le used to furnish a more or less complete surface drainage for th whole of Front street. Mr. Smith referred to tbc gubage so generally found In the rear of business nnd dwelling houses, and this not alone among the Portuguese and Aslatlrs. but in the nelghliorhood of those supposed to know better. He Is Incline ! to think that efforts on the part of Hiloites which would result in the removal of such garbage would have a better efleci on public health than even the drain age of the Walolama pond or the building of the Front street sewerage. Dr. Uusel wanted to discuss the Portuguese worm, but Mr. Smith re fused to consider the animal. He said subsequently that the trouble with Hlio people generally was that they had worms, which accounted for a good deal of thetr "kicking. The matter of widening and extend ing Front ami Shlpman streets, leading to the new fish market, was mentioned, for the reason that otherwise the new market would not be extensively pat ronized and consequently the present fish stand nuisance would be continued on Front street. Mr. Smith said this should certainly be done, and If a peti tion were sent to the Minister o the Interior, for a "portion of the appro priation passed by the last legislature for ssreet widening and extension, it would probably bo granted. op Complete Assortment of Dry Goods, Fiench, German, Enplish and American. A FINE SELECTION OF Dress Goods, Zephyrs, Etc., In tho Latest Styles, Tailors' Goods, A Full Assortment. Silcf la, Sleeve Lir.ir.gf, Stiff LIntn, Italian Clolb, Mo!ctfcir.s Mtitciu, Strgr, Katnruirr.!, Ktc. Clothing, Underwear, Shawls, A LARGE VARIETY OF SADDLES. , AND SADDLE MAKERS' TRIMMKGS. cna Ecira Groceries, uk M hh m Kiaii . . SHIP CHANDLERY. . . . AGENTS FOR ANHAUSER-BUSCH BREWING ASS'N. . ARMOUR PACKING COMPANY. CALUMET BAKING POWDER. The Silent Barber Shop When in need of a good, clean share by expert, artists, tilth sharp tooU. visit, the SILENT 11 A Illicit SHOP. Our instruments ar thorourhlr d!s- nnfeeted beforo using by an ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION Ladies' Eoot-Black Stand In rear of shop. Ixjvejoy sells the famous old Jee Moore AA Whiskey a pure and whole some stimulant. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ. Propr. Arlington Iltock. Hotel Street. nun carriage lire. CO.. Ill 121 Qzfrta fittttt JARRIACn AND WACOM UU1LDZ2J lUDDCR TITIC3 AND R0LLC3 DKARiNO AXLCa Oalumet 5i lading - i Fonder K1LS0I & CHITEE0DS5, fioit LSeeaite XlavaXlaa XaUsCx 111 Qtrc& OlTML BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS. Fort SL. Opp, "Wilder & Co II. J. NO LTD. rrop. First-Class Lunches Served With Tea, CoSe, Sod Waur, Glsctr Aid or 2111k. Opa Iron 3 a, a. U!l 10 p. gl Saokert KeQBtilut a Specialty. M. W. MXHESWEY & SONS. fftCi-tt! Green tzi Dalen ta Loltrr uJ SS FT Ages: Honolulu Foap Wcrlt Coa pasy, Honolulu. anl Tannery. tlDtr ?r. Cait iu.td toujrrt. Membra Stock mnd Bond n&chaaga. Cr BDUARDPOLUTZacOIIPAIlJ COMMISSION D110K2U13 AND DEALERS IN INVEST MENT SECUIUTlEi ranlcclar attention clrra to hasa acl raU ct Havallaa Stock. Loin NVtlaieJ. Eaitera an I Tor t !rn Stocks anl Don ,1a 153 California Su Baa rrandaco. OaX FOIt THE HOLIDAYS. New In: porta ilea of SILK COOD3. In tit p'et, EZL2Z HANDicnnciiiEm. silk kixawtxl DECORATED FLOWER rOTfl. KCTS rORCELAIN CUF3 AND SAUCE23. TEA AND DINNER FETS. CARVED IVORY. RATTAN CHAIRS, CAKVTD SANDALWOOD BOX EX THESE COOD3 ARE THE HAND301-. EST IN ALL HONOLULU. WING WO CHAN & CO. ri0-:i2 Nunxna StroL UXCLE SAM RESTAURANT. rORT STREET. NEXT TO CLUD Scahtc s. Opn from S a. ta. U11 12 p. a. Wo terto lLo teV23 etnt tnalj In the dir. Try thes. SinjHlcfcts WHh Coffee. 20c. LOOK WO SING & CO. acrt Lwn. r, J. Un;. C SC. CU LEVERS & COOKE fsrertera an J Dealers In Laahef aaA Cni:41nc MatcrlaU. OSct. 411 Ftort St. Broker and Agent, OFFICE: 15 Kaahumanti Street. POST OFFICP. COX 30! Honolulu, H. 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