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THE TACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, APRIL 10, 1900.
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A DIVIDEND OK 5 PER CENT IS
Co., Ltd., ami payable at tne oiw.e 01
the company, at 10 West King 6ireei,
W. C. ACHI,
April , HwO.
'j0Ve , ..resented, and bills
Honolulu, March 22d. 1900.
After the 31st inst. all bills hereto
fore due and payable quarterly, will
be payable monthly.
Circumstances and condition navt
for some time dictated the necessity
of this step and In signing this agree
ment, we feel that it Is to tne interest
of the whole community that such a
system of payment should be in-
Cyurl-r"i i !()t n aiiKurated.
vmM'K C')MMI1 ThK r I"'-""' Tnla 8yStem will be strictly adhered
to by the undersigned:
Theo. II. Davles & Co., Ltd., llon-
schlneger Co.. Ltd., H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Ltd., Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., E. O.
Hall & Son, The von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., M. S. Grinbaum & Co., M. W.
McChesncy & Son, W. W. Dlmond &
Co., Ltd., Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.,
Th HolIIster Drug Co., Ltd., Gon
salves & Co., Ltd., James A. Hopper,
Levis & Co., N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
"nv UK ALT H.
en S. M. LUUNK.
.., T!0NS KOlt
."rittCT or IIONOL
i.r, H. i
FVepl W .1'ivMily ;TniU.ul u uie i u Uenry May & Co Ud ( Hart
. ., ..,. fr.m time to time. I p. i t j ti, Arnn..rnn.roa ch
,f t.ii'i.fartory caue in Co., Whitney & Mansh, Ltd., Wall,
interment of the dead
Nichols Co., Ltd., Honolulu Drug Co.,
John Nott, Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
Hobron Drug Co., Ltd., J. Emmelutb
& Co.. D. F. Ehlers & Co., E. W. Jor
dan, Manufacturing Harness Co., Ho
nolulu Iron Works Co., California Feed
Co., Ltd., Inter-Island Steam Navlga
Hrn f'.n Tha Washington franf II
.. . I ,...i l i.r rr I - .
vnte f'"1"'"1 U1" " u ' Co., Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing
. . t,. ih" xummit of the Koolau Co., Union Feed Co., Ltd., Honolulu
i. ....1 i. Klcr V aiOnZ LUC I ivtmiw v-w., m., i mint cuilio w
..jiiBMin-". ,i 1 SuddIt Co.. L. B. Kerr & Co.. Ltd.. M.
.. aft-r October 1st, 1900,
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jB t(i(. follow ins iimii.3 " "'-
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Wants No Traffic
BOARD OF HEALTH REPLY
Combined Sugar Interests Arraign
The Authorities in the Matter
Of "Prophylactic" Passes.
I s.iM mountains
Phillips & Co.. Catton. Neill & Co.,
h th-ii.-t- ,-o'i'hrIy following the Ltd Thoa H0nlnReP Hawaiian Hard-
f th' wiit ri'l;t ot raioio aur ware l-o., a. icotn, w. feacocK
y shore at the east side vt & Co., Ltd., Lovejoy & Co., The Ha-
j tie tr.i n re wailan Gazette Co.. Ltd., C. Brewer &
w-Kinil Hm-I. th'-nce following the
shore in a wtterly direction to fPr & Co Alexander & Baldwin, Wm
iiit of conirut'iicement. O. Irwin & Co., Ltd., Wilder & Co., Ltd.,
'iLU regiil.iti"ti hall not apply to Lewers & Cooke. Allen & Robinson
.. Iniri:il il IISH..1 "I wi"
bofti i'ilject to ( rtmatlon.
C. B. WOOD.
IVsbl.'iH Boanl of Health
Hoa.tl'il'i. Al'ril -tti. rjoo.
Ho'tleM of water privileges, or those
I t . HA.IAAJ
jy!D(( water raies, are nercujr uuuucu
Sit the hours for Irrigation purposes
. ... w L. o m an1 frvm
1 - J 70111 0 l(J O U V. ll'V IV . 4AJ.,
to 8 o'clock p. m.
Siipt. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu. June 14. 1899. 6255
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the stockholders of the Oahu Railway
& Land Company, held at the rooms
of the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
on February 28, 1900, at 2 p. m., the
following officers and directors were
elected to serve during the ensuing
3. C. Allen President
J. B. Atherton 1st Vice President
W. F. Allen 2d Vice President
W. O. Ashley Secretary
M. P. Robinson Treasurer
Elmer E. Paxton Auditor
J. O. Sptacer Director
H. M. von Holt : Director
, W. M. Graham Director
W. G. AIISLEY,
15499 Sec. O. R. & L. Co.
ASI'KCIAL MEETING OF THE
Ft.jfkaowers ot tne iiaam.
ULEtTRlC CO. will ! held on Frl-
Uy, April 21, !'.. at lt o'clock a. m.,
'or the purixjHe of amending the By-
ui of Kii.l company, at the office or
he Hawaiian Saf & Investment Co.
V. L. HOPPER.
K0NA SUGAR CO.
NOTICE M HRItEHV GIVEN THAT
i meeting of the Directors of the
:) n.imfU company, held March 31,
iLbetwinent No. S of 10 per ent
;U ta juscsHuble itfK'k was called, pay-
".e April I, .
K. W. McCHErfNEY,
March 31, lMO. 551
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.,
held this day. the following officers and
directors were duly elected for tha en
John Ena President
James L. McLean Vie President
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. II. Clapp Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
Directors John Ena, O. N. Wilcox
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith, E. Suhr, A
Dreier, H. M. Von Holt.
C. II. CLAPP,
Honolulu, H. I., March 29, 1900.
A fp?tial meeting of the Board of
health was called yesterday afternoon
to consider an Important communica
tion from the Hilo Board of Health and
a resolution from the representatives
of all the sugar Interests of this island.
The correppondence between the Hilo
and Honolulu health authorities speaks
for itself. The following is the letter
received from the big island:
At a meeting of the agents of the
Board of Health, held yesterday, I was
instructed to write you the following,
concerning tho transportation of
freight and passengers, between Hono
lulu and this port.
eine that Hilo is a clean port, ami
lesiring to keep it po, we the agents of
the Board of Health of Hilo, deem it
necessary to notify the Honolulu JJoani ,
of Health, that as bubonic plague is 1
still in Honolulu, and not In any uen-
nite nart of It. we are in great danger
of having the disease brought to Hilo
by the transportation of passengers and
freight as has been brought during the
last two weeks, and so, to put ourselves
on record, we would state that here
after, until the disease is twenty-one
days out of Honolulu, that no passen
gers will be allowed to land in the Hilo
district, inside of fifteen days' quaran
tine in Honolulu, and that no rreigni
an be landed in Hilo, except that stat
ed in the freight list arranged Tor In
January, that is, sugar machinery,
coin, lime, cement, bags, iron of all
kinds, not In closed boxes.
"ThU district Is In no straits lor
goods, as the people in Honolulu would
make you believe; there are plenty o:
gooda in Hilo for all, and will be, as
ships come here regularly from the
'Tht town and district of Hilo Is w ith
um, and w wish this to be understood.
if this movement of ours Is not allowed
by the Board of Honolulu, for protec
tion to ourselves and community, then
we as a body will act no longer a3 the
agents of the Boaid of Ihaltn.
1 have the honor, etc.
WILLIAM I MOORE.
"?ecietary and Agent of Board of
Presiuent Wood of the Board of
lleu'.ih replied o the foregoing as be
low: V. L. Moore. Secretary of the Hilo
ir: The reguibiions adopted by
the Board of Health have been formu
lated after careful consideration, and
apjily to all ports of Hawaii nei, Hilo
ipt-luded. The agents of the Board ap
pointed in the different districts of the
Inlands were instructed when appoint
r l that they were to act for the Board
of He.tith in carrying out its regula
tions and accepted the appointments
with this understanding. When the
time conies that the agents of the
;;oard refuse to carry out instructions
from this ofliee, the Board can no
loniifr rt cognize such agents as acting
for the Board."
During the discussion following the
reading of the Hilo letter G.-W. Bmith
moved that inasmuch as the Board of
Health had adopted certain regulations
in the matter of travel between this
port and the other Islands, It was the
duty of the Board to enforce those reg
ulations. V. J. Lowrey said that the
instructions of the Board of Health
were supposed to be carried out.
Dr. Wood stated that-the proposi
tion originally came from Hilo to al
low nothing on the Island of Hawaii
the matter of allowing travelers, who
have taken Haflkine's propnylactle
strum, to take train or crosa over the
various quarantine boundaries into the
v.ean diaries of the Is.and. Complaint
h made more partku.any s regards
the infected clothing of travelers, and'
which it is claimed is not preperly
caie.l for after it leaves the fumigating
and bathing establishment, and further'
that persons having "prophylactic"
passes areijullowtd to visit parts of the'
city and to ride in vehicles which have
not been disinfected before crossing
In view of ihe fact that it is now
more than ever nere.---s.-irv that a kv- 1
tematic, reliable and consistent quar-1
antine should be maintained during
the continuance of any cases of plague
in Honolulu, so that by further spread Now Is the time to replenish yoox
of the disease the njain Industry of the kitchen. Here are some of tho pricea
pfiltntrv chill rrt La ofVA.l ..
111us.11 ai i nueu States ports of su
gars coming from this or other Islands,
this committee would respectful! sug
gest that the following methods meet
with due consideration by the Board
of Health, and further that a paid of- j
fidal be appointed to s-ee that they are
systematically and consUuntiy i-ar-i
ried out. 1
Then follow rules and regulations af
fecting thp travel of persons from Ho-I
nolulu to the non-infected districts.
The suggestions are the same In almost
every particular as the rules of the
Board of Health, already In existence.
The following reply, in brief, of Pres
ident Wood to the above explains mat
ters very clearly:
'"In reply to your communication al
low me to state that 1 will be pleased to I reduced In price.
submit your resolution to the Board
Bake Pans, Medium 30 eta.
Bake Pans, Large 59 eta.
Padding Pane 20 cU.
Large Ladles IS cts.
Quart Cups 20 eta.
Dinner Kettle V) eta.
Dish Pans SO eta.
Soup Plates,. .Large 23 eta.
Dinner Platw; Large 20 eta.
Coffee Pots 35 eta.
Tea Pots 35 eta.
Meat Pie Dishes 25 eta.
And a hundred other articles llkewlM
from Honolulu without first going to;of Heauh at its next regular meeting
'0' In th nipinllmp nprmlt m tn uv that
Smith suggested notifying thellne Ioan, na3 issued no 'prophylactic
uoaru or tieaun ai 11110 mat permits poises.' The resolution passed by the
10 bo iu me inner iiaua iiom nuuu- Hoard of Health concerning the proph-
nun nc uui; ui yiactlc was as follows: 'All arsons
Health after careful consideration, and,who shan receive injections of HaZ-
that the Board of Health could not
allow itself to be dictated to by its
Dr. Day thought that if the Board
yielded In this matter it would prob
ably bo soon receiving a communica
tion from Llhue dictating that the
Board allow no passengers for that
place who had not been in quarantine
for sixty days.
Sugar Men Speak.
The representatives of the sugar in
terests on this Island. H. Hackfeld &.
Co., Castle & Cooke, Wm. G. Irwin &
Co., M. S. Grinbaum & Co., and J. M.
Dowsett, submitted the following res
olution to the Board of Health, which
was read by President Wood at the
Our new stock of GURNEY CLEAN-
ABLE REFRIGERATORS, has at Uat
trrived and we have them In all slxea.
kine's prophylactic, shall after an In-1
terval of seven days, be allowed to
leave Honolulu for other localities,
without undergoing preliminary quar
antine.' It was distinctly stated by
myself at the time that all other condi
tions concerning the proposed depar
ture were to remain exactly the tame
as if the quarantine had been perform
ed. The certificate of injection was
never intended as a pass, it read as fol
lows: 'This is to certify that Mr.
has received an injection of Haffklne's
prophylactic. The regulation concern
ing permits has never been rescinded.
No instructions have been given for
the certificates to be used es passes.
I was surprised to learn several uays
ago that these certificates had been ac-
& CO., LIMITED
i 1 t. L3 1 11 as rannro iiia iiiuucuiaivi uw
Resolved, It is the opinion of this 1 learning that such was the case, I gave
immittee which represents all the .imperative orders to the Police Depart-
sugar Interests on the Island of Oahu,
that In view of the complaints emanat
ing from the sanitary committees of
the non-infected districts of this Isl-
ment to instruct the guards to refuse
permission to anyone to pass without
a proiH-r permit, and not to accept a
certificate for a permit. These certm-
and, more systematic, consistent and rates are the personal property of the
reliable precautions should be taken by persons to whom they are Issued ana
the officials of the Board of Health in cannot be taken up by the guarus.
Inter-Island Telegraph Co.,
AN AKflSMKNT Ot' 10 I'KIl CUNT
tte alible Ktock of this com
PMjrJevUM this day, Is now due and
IMMEDIATELY AT THE VICTORIA
Hospital for Incurable (Kerosene
CHEST Or DRAWERS (second
24 WINDOW SHADES (olive green).
36 WHITE MUSLIN HALF WIN
DOW SASH CURTAINS, each 1 yard
4 HALF MOSQUITO SCREENS, for
1 SCREEN DOOR.
A FEW LAYINO HENS. 60S
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
meeting of the stockholders of the Wal-
I 111'. T 11 il P VH'y t-" - f llwlv V
WiJieatth.. office of Jas. F. Morgan, anae Co.. Ltd., held this day. the fol-
- 11 unci, iionoiuni.
'M. Infr-!slani Telegraph Co., Ltd.
.OTlrjj m HinuniY GIVEN THAT
tenth a..-i-s.,ni.ut. of ton (10) per
"on tU (;i;,:r,ii toe-It of the Hono
Mlupii Tr.iwit t Iind Company,
an,! payable to J. II.
!'r' Ttv''ir r, at 411 Fort street
v a.r.o. I .,';, fm the jd day
l;ir. Ti1(, gharM ,pon Whicn
j i?yn;,w m;,y remain unpaid ar
, tvr.n said date, will be
' "lr"'l J'.lr.ci-.f.-r.t..
J. A. OILMAN.
' f-iry M. U. T. & L. Co.
A; "i! 2 1, 1000.
lowing officers and directors were duly
elected for the ensuing year:
G. N. Wilcox Pre3ldent
R. McKlbbln Vice President
J. M. Dowsett Sec. & Treas.
11. Holmes AuJitor
Directors G. N. Wilcox, R. McKlb
bin, J. M. Dowsett.
J. M. DOWSETT,
Honolulu. April 1, 1300. 5511
Wing Wo Sing & Co.,
46 Liliha St , near King.
CEREMONIES AT THE FUNERAL OF ROBERT HOAPILI BAKER.
-1- i --.l i-cJP- -
Croctery, Glass, Lamps, HoiseTm
Sole Agents for
JEWEL STOVE3 for Coal or Wm.
NEW BLUB FLAME WI0ELES3
GURNET CLEAN ABLE REFRIG
The best at the lowest
...Price at HOOF&
The funeral of Rob rt Hoapili Haker, which took place Sunday afternoon at Mililani Hall, was
marked by solemn and Impressive ceremonies. One of the very last of a Royal Hawaiian line, the dead
man was laid to rest with every token of respect and grief. About his bier while the body lay in state
for two hours gathered the people who love the legends of a fast-dying race. Tears that were shed for
the parsing away of a noble descendant of mighty chiefs were dropped with a thought for the glory
that had gone forever. Women were not wanting to lay the wreath of sad and loving regard upon the
coffin, and men who had known Robert Hoapili Haker in life mourned him dead with a sincerity ap
parent In word and demeanor.
Of the four young ladies who
were examining our stock of
Kindly call again, as the de
sired style can now be had.
Mr?. W. C. Wilder yesterday afternoon.
She talked on London and Its points
Dr. Mitamura Talks on the Bubonic 1 of interest, and gave graphic descrip
tions of some of the omciais ana cere-
In speaking the allegations In the
San Francisco Call concerning the ex
istence of plague in Honolulu being
mon-.es peculiar to Britain's capital.
Not After Kamalo.
It is denied by Mr. Geo. Robertson
Made a Mistake.
Macuamara, a burly sailor, filled to
the brim with bad whiskey went to the
Police Station yesterday to ball out a
friend. Ills method of proceeding was
not according to Hoyle and in about
two seconds be had declared his Intcn-
'"VioMor In C. Brewer
w-: le hdd at the offices
';'''y l,i Honolulu on Friday,
i' 10 a. m.
L F. BISHOP,
:" '' 1. .;.ril 1D00. SJll
4 ofn'f WAKTKKLY MEET-
h.-j .nI "n Ff'p'' Co.. Ltd., will
b'5!.!irir A.. 1, ''rapany'9 offlcP. JuJ(1
''t 11 no..'. T.h'ir-"!'y. the 12th Inst.,
' ' a. m.
':i F. R. VI DA.
Furniture For Sale.
If you Intend to have any work done
In our line call and ee us and get our! plague to exit here
We wish to Inform onr patrons that
we will not be deterred from pushing
forward as rapidly as possible the con
struction of our electric railway and
other Improvements upon Pacific
Heights by reason of a suit recently
begun against former owners.
The development end sale of Pacific
Heights lots will go on unrestrained,
and parties seeking choice residence
locations will find this a perfect prop
erty with sn absolutely perfect title.
BRUCE, WARINO A CO.
. . .. . . 11 13 UlUICU UJ .! " - . - , ... 1,11 1
scouted oy two wen Known Japanese rr., ha Hon or pulling uown me ounuing uuu
physicians representing the Japanese that the American Sugar Company nas , deBtroylng ta occupants. Ho got his
government and an emigration society, any Intention of buying the Kamalo Su- I coat oft gaVe nj3 trousers a twist, spat
Dr. Mitamura denies that any such men Pnr Comnanv nlantation. The visit of on his hands and with a roar like a
ar"hen:- . . . ....! the special committee consisting of ! lion made for Jim Kuplhea who was
medical men from San Francisco, Drs. Messrs. George R. Robertson, A. b. and Jjjg up anJ tfae tWQ men got
nnil ha hpliV
ihom h.ivp eTnreseil it as their opinion ! vestieatinz the reported shortage of
that there Is no plague here. These water on the American Sugar Com
gentlemen have been invited to present j pany's property. No information as to
their ideas before the Japanese Medical 1 the committee's Endings has as et
Association. This association supports j been given out. i
the Board of Health in believing the' 1
1 Carmichael Consents. I
1 All who desire to go to tho Coast in
It does not pay to buy fur
niture that falls apart before
one season's use Is over.
We hare ROCKERS that
will stand for years, and they
are the ones yon should take.
They are the most serviceable
manufactured and are
Old furniture looks like a
bright May Day after leaving
our repair shop.
Hayeda, are in Honolulu I G. N. Wilcox, James Wakefield and A. ! togethr. In about one minute and Xif-1
ts that one if not both of J F. Judd, Jr., was for the purpo.-e of In-' teen g0rOnds the belligerent eallor was
a meek as a lamb. He was gently lel
in a ff-ll and locked up. His
friend was not bailed out as Macua
mara had troubles enough of his own.
The opium smokers yet remaining In
Kalihl camp ere In a bad way.
, , i the steerage on the next Australia can Thejr rPgular supply ot the drus has
A Chinaman attending a centrifugal . Dr CannIchacl ha3 glven his l)Ccn &topped and BO nave their rations,
machine at the Walmanalo sugar mill,, thty in'ondln? trav- . ,1 . .v nnito irir
V W 1 1 lit, JMUHUVV . V . c VCl llJPy 1 llUg IU I 11 V V 41.1 l'f UVwftt. V w
eiers take the prophylactic not later McVeigh's general eviction notice to
as tho Australia take effect today, uerore camaiowu
was burneu tney were uoueu uuuci mo
n. t . . V...
..... -1 . niianice nT a unmese society, uut iuai.
. . 1 I 1,1 iiavs must tMJDSt; nun iuv iuiiv- -r - . .
it iui ii vii. 1 . . .
tion, wrore aepanure.
while attempting to adjust a belt lat
Saturday forenoon. wa3 caught and
tm.i . ihofi An tnniiest waa than this afternoon.
held and a verdict of accidental death j is booked to sail on the 17th and seven
Miss Krout's Lecture.
Miss Mary Krout gave her third
drawing-room lecture at the home of
UU?JI- V v " " " -
support Is now denied the poor fellows.
Judpe Sllllman heard a section of
the William Carson damage case at
Chambers yesterday afternoon.
Only the highest grade of RED RUB
BER is used In the Stamps made by
the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.
KING AND BETHEL
5$5$J. HOPP & C0.l5,