'"BETHEL STREET WAY
AT NO 116
With the same old sign on the windows, and
A Brand New Stock of....
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you will find 'SiS?
We are handling all n( .
unds or Plate
THE KASH CO., LTD
Question What are Suspenders used.for?
Answer To keep your trousers up.
Dn't yon need a pair for each pair of your
troBWfu? If yo 4 we bare some Just opened thera out.
5 We Keep our eyes
We bay all oar merchandise direct from tbe manufacturers.
OUR. CLOTHING k widely kaown for its ne, fit and wear.
OUU IIAT8 are ef tbe bet material only.
OUU FURNISHING GOODS arc the latest patterns, the most stylish
and tbe tost productions of the world's makings.
We pay Gash and We sell for Gash!
BATH ROBKS, BATH TOWELS, just in. nave a look at our windows,
corner Fort and Hotel streets.
The Kash Co., Ltd.
TWO STORES TWO STOCKS.
P.O. Box 558.
23 and 27 Hotel Street and Corner
M Assorted Shipment
Keduction Sale . . .
Etc-, Etc-, Etc
m Paint and Wall Paper
Any Quantity. j
on the factories!
Mara 96 and Main 376
of Fort and Hotel Streets.
FLAT, HOME and
grTf RUBini AYNlf. . 15
& Ofpesitt SifcpBi!$.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1901.
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BUILT SO AS TO MAKE KNITTING
WITH ROPE STITCH EDGE.
MAKES A COMFORTABLE CHRISTMAS
The Mclnerny Slse .Store
S i. ew
We have Just received per S. S.
"Alameda" a large shipment of
plated ware in the latest patterns,
SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS
And by bark "Santiago" a consignment
Alaska Refrigerators and
These are all well worth looking
at and can be seen at
Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ltd
The Singer Manufacturing Co. for
tho remainder of the month will give
On all machines sold by them for cash.
The largest and most complete
stock that was ever in these Islands.
P. C BTTZSH&E
HART & CO., Ltd.
Elite Ise Cream Mrs.
Finest resort in the city.
BOO A WATER AND ICE CBKAX
Ha le from Pure .Fruit Syrups.
CHOCOLATES AND BOtfaOH"
BOARD Of HEiLTH
EU5 FOOD REPCBT
Milk Supply Better in
Quality Than Ever
SHORETS TELLIH8 STATISTICS
SEVEN SAMPLES FOUND TO BE
BELOW STANDARD MILK
DEALERS IN TROUBLE.
Oliver Reports on Molokal Four
teen Deaths There One Birth
Eight Cases of Chicken
Nothing of any Impjnance derc
oped at yesterday's inecns of tli
Boaid of Health.
Tho Tninnto5 nf tho last meetins
wore read and annroved and then the
secretary read Food Commissioner
Shorey's report for the month Of
"ihis repec in pai:, as
Honolulu, Dee: 2, 1901.
Dr. H. C. Slosgett, President Board'
Sir: I 'iiiinri herewith a report cf
thu work done in my department during
the month Df November, 1901.
The usual milk inspection has been
carried on; and so far as the milk
supply of -Honolulu can be judged by
the samples taken by the inspector, it
has been beter lu quality aunng taa
past month thaa ut any ume auring
the period I have teen in charge of
the work. Not only are there fpw
names on the "black list," but tho
average of samples passed as, up iO
or above standard nas been high.
Samples found to be below standard
gave on analysis the following
1. Tavares 11.1 2.
2. S. Nobriga 11.0 3.0
3. Nakatanl 10.6 18
4. P. Martins 10.6 2.7
5. J. iiattos 10.6 3
6. Private comnlalnt 4.97 1.6
7. Private complaint. 11.1 3.0
Sample made basis of prosecution:
F. Correa 10.75 3.0
Case in district court, F. Correa,
selling adulterated milk, fined ?25.
Cases in circuit court, A. Doak selling
adulterated milk, appeal from
district court of Honolulu. Appeal
Tong Chong Tai, selling decomposed
Bausage; appeal from dlstikt
court of Honolulu. Nolle pros, entered.
A sample of water used by pol maker
in Kalibi valley was examined and
found to give on analysis the following
Total solids .160.000
Free ammonia 0.4-3
Albumoid ammonia 0.520
This water was taken from an open
ditch in a taro patch, and carries in
suspension considerable organic matter,
so that an analysis was hardly
necessary to determine its character, j
which I consider bad.
This water, in addition to being !
used for making poi, is used for drinking,
etc., by a large number of people,
residing in that district, and
while the fact that these people u e
it apparently w.thout harm, wqjld
prevent its being condemned, the iact
remains that this water is exposed to
infection both from animals and human
habitations for a consldsrab e
distance above the point where the
sample was taken, and a sing.e case
of an Infectious disease in the upper
part of the valley would be a menace
to a considerable number of the community.
Eleven samples of syrup and molasses,
partially reported on before,
were examined for the presence of
bleaching' agents, and such found m
one sample only. "Pelican Open Ket-1
tie Louisiana Molasses," obtained i
from Chun Yung Fisbmarket was
found to contain an undue amount of
sulphuric acid present as a sulphate.
The amount of sulphuric acide present
was 0.274 of the weight cf molasses.
A sample of Hawaiian salt on partial
analysis gave the following figures:
Sodium chloride (salt).... 94.4 p.ct
Sulphuric acid ..... 0.692 p.ct
Moisture, dirt, and matter
Insoluble In water 3.166 p. ct
The amount of other salts than common
salts in it will bo noted very
A sample of canned lobster.
"Star Brand Picnic Lunch Lobster,
Portland Packing Co." obtained
from Wing Lee, Nunann street, was
found to be in bad condition, decomposition
having set In and the surface
of the can corroded. The stock of this ,
brand in this store, SO cans, was condemned
as unfit for food.
One sample each of powdered
and extract of canlharldes
were examined; no adulteration
One sample of granulated 'sugar
examined; no adulteration.
One sample of lard examined;, no
adulteration. One sample of pil's
proprietory) examined; no adulteration.
E. a SHORET.
The above report was" approved and
placed on file.
Dr. Oliver, in a letter to the board
reported satisfactory conditions at
HoIokaL There were fourteen deaths
Sarins the month, Inclcoin the death
br sencosed drowning In xha sea of
one cf the Inmates of. the Baldwin
home and the death of two Infants
rin MrfS Ufa rormrt.
The attendance at the bath houses,
baa been up to- the average.
There were eight cases cf. chicken
pox dcrinff the month, and as three
cases developed in one day it was
thoacht advisable to close the schools
for a tine-
Cit ..,7.... A,..,.,...! .f Wl..
jtuiuui vjvu 0c -
erally the form of a simple continued
fever or an asthmatic form of remit
Bids for dross for the leper settle - '
ment and Insane asylum were
ered. after which the board adjourn-
a4 . maat "! UH n rverrf a i- nr tot
POLICE AND FIRE CALLS.
Apparatus for Gamewsll System is
Now Ready ta Be Installed.
Colonel Coffee, who lately installed
nila, is in the city making arrange-
menis ior me uameaaie mbiaiiauou
of that system of police and fire calls
A foreman and master workman ar-
rived yesterday In the Sierra and Col.
Coffee will hire the rest of his labor
Tho boxes, connections . and other
1 L i
! apparatus come complete irom me
uameweu company and ail tnat is
..j.a r. i t -.11-..; r i.
' "ueu tr me iu&iuuauuu i iue
Sltluno "P ol lnu variuua pans. wort.
win ne siariea eariy next wees.
The central station for the fire end
cf the service will be the Central Station
at the corner of Fort and
streets with the police headquarters
as the terminus of all the
Guests at the Moaaa Hotel during
the past week were: F. L. Chambers, !
Eugene, Ore.; C H Chambers, Chi - 1
, cago; Judge Edlng3, Hawaii; H." E.
Bigelow, Hawaii; B Peyman. Eng
land; Henry Jones. New York; E. N.
Nelson, San Fran.; Mrs. G. H. Nel -
son. San Fran.; L. Jonckhosne, v
France; Mr. and Mrs. "Wather, Sant?'
fcran.; c is. Newton, San Fran.; C.
N. Thomas, San F.an.; C. P. Morse
and wife. City; S. B. Gibbs, San Fran;
Dr. C. B. Coopsr and wife. City; L.
E. Pinkham, City: S. Jr.,
City; F. L. Lowell. City; F. B. An -
gus. City; R, C. A. Peterson. Citv; L.
R. A. Hart, City; Geo. C. Reiter. U. S
S. Wise nsln: J. P. II S A -
R. "W. Shingle, City; T. B. Clarke,
I Thornhill, Eugland; Aithur Peel, Eng-1
land; W. S. Moet. T entsln; G E. Al-
len, Engand; Mr. r.nd Mrs. Barnes,
London; Wm. Blodg t and wife, Bos -
ten; Herman Webstar, Chicago: F.
W. Sutterle and wif, Philadelphia;
F. W. Sutterle, Jr., Philadelphia; John
Hind. Kauai; A. D McBryde, City;
Geo. R. Turnbull and wife, New York;
Edward J. Turnbull, New York; C ara
L. Turnbull. New York; May
Brown. New York; R. C. Dyer.
London; R bert MTston .ml w1f,
Tondon: Chas. Thrum. S S. Doric;
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Brown. City;
Mrs. Suman J. Stone, Cits'; Mr. and
Mrs. Leo M.. Mver. Auckland; Miss
Russell. London; Mr. and Mrs. Stev
enson London; Mr. L. P. Bsdgood,
Los Angeles: A. F Estabrook,
n; W. J. Hoyt. Manchestar, N. H.
To Get Rid of a Troublesome Corn,
First soak it in warm water to soften
it. then nare it down as close as
I siMe without drawing the blood autl
plv Chamberlain's Iniu Balm twice
daily; rubbing vicorously for live mm
utes at each application A corn
should be worn for a few days, tr pro-
teft it from the shoe. As a general
liniment for sprains, bruises, lameness
and rhpurratism, Fain Balm is uneqnalod.
I-or sale by a'l rniiists anil dealer.
nrnon miv . agent lor Hawaii.
you hava We can
broken repair it.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
No. 64 Hotel, opp. New England Bak
eir. and Hotel street, opp.
Suiti Made to Order in the Latest
Styles. Perfect Fjt Guaranteed
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired
Furniture Work a Specialty.
All Orders Promptly Executed.
SING LEE TAI
C King Street Honolulu, H. i.
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J. CAVANAUGH, Prop'r.
Always on. tap
Cor. Punchbowl and St?
On Draught or la oiXlw. 1
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;f TO MENTION!
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jjj jp Q v A I ways i
t Ensure 4
ri Conviction n
But It Is our strict advertising Tt
tl rule to print only what we can
j". i aad vitt dcc In a day or s0 wa
k;- shall have oar large Christmas
?l shipment opened np and ready
yj for your Inspection.
."T y k In Ifie i a!
I Meanwhile H H i
Drop in and see some of our
CREAM AND GOLD IRON tf J
CARVED MAHOGANY ROCK-
1',' ERS. a
HANDSOME OAK DRESSERS.
;i BRIC-A-BRAC. 1
ij x a
Jf. ft AND
'.. Don't go out the store without J 1
seeing our wiltun kuus.
Great bargains; these last
Cor. King and Bslhel Streits.
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Don't Forget Your Friends
There is no reason why you
should do so when Xmas is so
close by. You can buy Brace
lets, Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets,
Rings, Pearl Handled Carvers,
Watches, Clocks and Enameled
Metropolitan fUS&atCo., Ltd
IOS KING STREET.
G J. WALLER, - Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
Phone Wliite 911
For Some GENUINE HIRE'S
Allkindd of drinks delivered to all
parts or the city upon tho recoip: of
Soda Water Works
127 Miller Street.
Is now in full running order.
Delivered to Any Part of tho City.
JDOJPr POEGET OTJB,
Fresh Meat Market
c. a. YEE HOP & CO.
Corner Berstaala and Alalcea.
Phose Blce 2511.
Nuuanu Street. Back o f Club Stables
fine Bcih House.
Fine Barber House.
Fino Imported Cigars.
Fine Boot Polish Stan
hum Cheng Go.
Manufacturers of All Kinds of
Larse Importers of
Flour, Groceries. Fruit and Vegetables.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
120 KING STREET.
P. O. Box 972. Phone. White 301.
HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR SPOON3.
NEW HAT PINS.
RINGS, Etc, Etc,
Thomas Lindsay t
530 FORT ST.
2 Of I
A large assortment of
OFFICE AND POCKET
The latest Novlty
Dinner and Acccptanco
Mable. Todd and Bard f
Gold Peas. f
Parker's Fountain Pons, and
A Most Complete line of '
AT THE I
Hawaiian fiews Co.;
DO HOT BE DECEIVED !
Drink no substitute for
the pure Juice cf the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the j.
Soda Wafer Works Co , Ltd.
Sole Agts. for the Territory of HawaiL
601 Fort St, Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island orders solicited.
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Fort Employment Agency
(JAPANESE AND CHINESE.)
King Street, : : : Cor. Alakea St.
Cooks. "Walters, Serranta, Housu
Boys, Garden Boys, Stable Boys, supplied
at a moment's notice.
Contractors requiring men can obtain
them through us.
THE ALOHA SALOON
DOITX BY THE I BOX X3TOBBS
For a Good, Tasty Schooner
riEMME BROS., PrajtrJefers.
ICE .. ICE
Delivered to all parts of
Phone 3161 Bluo
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