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aivE US A CALL
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SANITARY REGULATIONS Or
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
FOR ALL VILLAGES AND
POPULOUS LOCALITIES IN
THE TERRITORY OF II A
WAIt OUTSIDE OF THE
SANITARY DISTRICT OF
The following lobulations shall np
ly to. and bo enforced In nil vlllngw
ml populous localities in tbo Terri
tory or Hawaii outside of the bam-
nry District of Honolulu.
REGARDING BUILDINGS AND
Sec. (1) Where tbe space be
tiveon buudnifrs is less than liftccn
foot tbe water from tbo roofs of tbe
imildUips $bnll be conducted in water
ight leaders and made to discharge
into suitable drains leading onto
street or alley gutters and if any
wildings is so situated tbat tbi
ivater from tbe roofs of said building
vill run under tbe building and not
h-ain off tbo same rule sbnll apply.
I'bls regulation shall not apply to
wildings where tbe amount ot water
!iebi7od from tbe roofs will not be
lolrlmental to tbe public health or
Sec. (2) No building, flush with a
strert or streets bounding the lot on
which il is to stand, shall hereafter
jo erected within live feet of any
ither boundary line of said lot, un
less the nature and location of such
juildinir and tbe purposes for which
it is to be constructed and adapted.
lo not require said vacant space for
Jie preservation of public health and
nublic sanitation. There shah be
oar air space of ton feet between
nil buildings, except sucn as are
Hush with a street or streets boun
ding the lot on which they stand,
unless the nature and location of such
buildings and the purposes for which
they - are to be constructed and
adapted, do not require said vacant
spaco for the pre&ervation of the
;ub1!c health and public sanitation
rhi' word "buildings" in this para
graph snail bo construed to mear
and include sheds, lean-tos, privies
outhouses and all other structures of
LIGHT AND VENTILATION OF
Sec. (3) Each and every room in
tended for use for human habitation
shall be provided with at least eight
square feet of window area having
unobstructed access into tlio open
air for each 100 square foot of lloor
space in said room; and at least one.
half of said window space shall bo
mo able and available for ventilation
AIR SPACE UNDER BUILDINGS
. S"c. (t) Ewry building shall
have on an avoraye at least twenty
mchet, of clear sr5ace for the circula
tion of air botween the floor timber
and the ground, and shall have suf
ficient opening for ventilation in the
outer walls .to admit a free circula
tion of air, but, in caso this air spaco
cannot bo secured without reaching
"ground water lovel" then there
shall be no air space, but the floor
shall be of concrete or masonry.
YARDS, AREAS, COURTS ETC
Sec. (5) Yards, areas, courts, al
leyways and other open spaco with
in or between buildings, where water
is used for washing of any kind,, shall
b? propei-ly graded and cemented, or
paved so as to be water pro o f, and
drahicd into 'trapped drains proper
ly connected with sower or cesspool
whero practicable or drained away
50 feet from any dwelling and no per
hiauent wooden floor or grating shall
bo maintained over tlio same-.-
"WATER TIGHT FLOORS.
Sec. (6) All houses structures
room's cr parts .thereof, in which
water is used, or intended to bo us
ed, in such quantity as to' render tbo
floor or floors thereof constantly
damp, shall havo such floor or floors
made absolutely water-proof, with
proper drainage into trapped lead
ers conveying the water away into
cesspool or sower whore practicable
or draiudd away 50 feet from any
dwelling; and the water proofing of
all such floors shall be done in a man
ner satisfactory to the Board of
' Sep. (7) No building or structur
flU be used as a rosidenco or place
at human habitation or abode which
is slhmtcd upon land whoro thoracis
tnmllug wntcr wilhm eighteen
Inches of the tufdco of the ground;
nor shall miy bullolng or structure
bo o used that Is placed on land
tmt h been tnnde by filling In with
IniiKonum and Insanitary rcfUHe or
irnrbngc or any substance dangerous
to the public health.
REGARDING PRIVY VAULTS
Sec. (K) No privy vault, sink or
osKjmol shall hereafter bo located
,ir constructed witinu liny foot of
any si roam, lil;o, pond, won ov
spring of walor, nor within two feet
of the line of any lot; nor shall It be
made more tlinn eighteen or loss than
six foot deep, or placed In such n
position that It Is not easily acces
sible for emptying and cleaning.
Sec. (tl) When nccessnty for the
preservation of the public health
the nidus and bottom of any privy-
vault, sink or cesspool, shall bo made
either wholly or In part water light,
so as to prevent any saturation of
the ground about the said vault, sink
or cesspool, anu snail oe provided
with suitable ventilating arrange
hoc. (Ki) io structure or cover
hall bo put upon or over any privy.
vault, sink or cesspool, until it has
boon inspected by the proper agent of
the Board of Health and approved
as meeting the requirements of these
emulations and of public health.
Sec. (11) Any privy-vault, sink
or cesspool, already constructed
which has become a nuisance, or in
anv way dangerous to. life or detri
mental to health, shall bo removed,
re constructed, or altered to meet
the requirements of these regulations
and of public health, as directed by
the Board of Health or its Agent.
Sec. (12) The Board-of Health or
its Agent may causo tlio emptying
or disinfecting of any privy-vaults,
sink or cesspool that is dangerous to
the public health, at the cxpenso of
tbo owner or occupant of the
premises after 48 hour notice and
failure to comply therewith.
Sec. (13) No privy-vault or cess.
pool shall be excavated or maintain
ed within ten feo.t of any dwelling
bouse or inhabited building or cook
ing-houso or placo where cooking is
bee. (14) All waste, soil, sewer
or drain pipes shall bp of cast iron
lead or vitrified clay. If of iron or
lead the joints shall be caulked witl
molten lead; if of vitrified clay, they
shall have tight cement joints all
joints to be smooth in the inside
open drains may bo of water tight
Sec. (li) All cesspools or privy
.vaults when abandoned ana tlio use
thereof discontinued shall be at once
disinfected and filled with earth
saud, ashes, or other clean material,
In no case shall material dangerous
to the public health bo used in fill
ing such privy-vault or cesspool.
SANITARY REGULATIONS FOR
i See. (1G) The floor of the stalls
shall bo made water tight and may
bo made of the following materials
Tongue and grooved planks, cement
asphaltum or broken (coral) rock to
the depth of six inches covered with
clay well tamped.
Sec. (17) All stalls shall bo con
structed with a slant of at least
three and one half inches from front
Sec. (18) The yater tight floor
ing of the stalls may'be covered with
suitable material, provided such ma
terial shall not bo allowed to bocomo
saturated with animal discharges
and remain until insanitary.
Sec. (19) Liquid discharges from
animals shall bo conducted into
drain or ditch to a, pesspooj or sower
where practicable and, said drain or
ditch shall be flushed and kept clean
Sec. (20) All manure from stables
shall bo removed at least ono in
Sec. (31) These regulations shall
apply to livery, hack, bus, tramcar
truck, express, dairy and all other
stables whero five of moro' horses or
mules are kept.
Sec. (22) No garbage, stable ma
nuvc, night soil or animal or vegcta
Dio roiuse oi any uaturo wincn is
dangerous to the public heulth shal
bo used for grading purposes, or' for
filling up any houso lot or other
Sec. (23) Any person violating
any of tbo foregoing regulations
shtfll bo punished as providedby
law. . ,
Kahulul harbor Is filling with ves
sels rapidly, the being six now at
anchor, with others expected soon.
The steering gear of tlio Talulah
bocamo disarranged yesterday morn
ing, disnblig "her temporarily, and
cables have boon laid from tbo
wharves at Kahulul to the vessels
in tho harbor, so that the wbrk of
ocolving and dispatching freight
will not bo delayed.
Wur.CK or Kit.AtjKA iiou.
Under instructions from the under
writers trnnsmittfed through Presi
dent wight, of tho wilder's S. S. Co.,
the wreck of the Steamer Kilauca
nou and her gear, etc., woro sold
at sheriffs sale on tho bench at
nllo last Saturday. The hull of tho
tcnm6r was sold to tho Mntson
lino for $100, and her engines.
ropes, etc., woro sold afterward for
n sum even larger than that. There
woro few bidders, and valuable rones
and hawsers wont for a song, in
effort is boing made to right the
steamer and investigate the nature
ot tho damage done, when this is
learned sho will bo repaired and
pulled out Into deep water. It is
understood the company hnd the
steamer Insured for nbsut $20,000,
and that it had boon nrranged to
transfer the policies from companies
for which nackfold it Co. a'ro agents
to thoso of w. G. Id win Co., the
day after tho wreck occurred.
what Nkw Lixi; will Do.
when the lino of steamers between
New York and lin.wnii is established,
says tlio iiilo norald, tho nilo mer
chant may buy his goods in Now
York and land them here for less
money than he now pays for goods
bought in San Francisco, and it is
probable that it will not take longer
to get goods that way from the
Atlantic seaboard than it does now
from Chicago. The. new line will
.bring Hawaii in as close touch with
tbo eastern merchants as it now is
with thoso on tho Pacific Coast. Tho
benefits to bo derived from this closer
connection cannot bo estimated in
dollars: herotoforo the Islands have
had only the iufluonco of the resi
dents of tho Pacific Coast States
uecause iney wore ,tlie persons
directly nonemcd by trade relations.
when tho merchants began dealing
direct with the manufacturers, and
many ot tuo orders sent out arc large
enough ip po considered factors or
ders, tho east will bo as keen after
the trade as tho West, and tho in
fluence of tho monicd manufacturers
will bo given , for Hawaii's benefit
Closer competition in soIHul' iroods
on the Mainland will bring down tho
prices lor the consumer.
Am. Ulan. QulcUsli-ji, rpm Tumrna.
Am. Sclir. John p. Tulhiiit, lloOlnnil, from
Am. Solir. llonolx), OImjii, from Newcastle.
Am. Sclir. II. C. Wrlffht, KleUoli, from S. I
S. S. Hcleuc, McAllister, from lltlo.
Am. KClir. Holier! It. Iliml, lleltltiKeii, from
. Am. Sclir. Compeer, Luricu, from ltort Tou
Am. Sclir. Stanley. Sctiiualtx, from S. V.
Jan. 1.1. Am. Sclir. Itulwrt It. Hind, from Ta
.Tan. 16. S. S. Muul, Saouii, from llaoohdu.
Jim. IT. S S. Iluluuv, MoAllMw, Irem Ilono
lulu, with 13U Jfottroos nud I'orto ItlrauM.
Jan. IS. Am. Scji. Coinpoer, Lanu, 43 day
from Torto Townvjud, lumber.
Juu. IS. Am. Sch. Stanley, Schmaltz. IB
dayn from Sau 1'rnucWoo, irtrobar.dlso.
Jan. IB. Am. Slilii A. J. Fuller, MoDdnnot,
for tho Sound In bultnst.
Jan. IT. S. S. Helono, McAllister, for lllto.
Juu. 19. S. S. Maul, Saolis, for Honolulu ot r
Jau. 19. Am. mnu quclttlei, lor the Sound.
Am. Str. Charles XcKon, from Honolulu witli
Sp Charmer, from Tacoma; coal.
Sp Challenger, from Tacoma; coal.
Sch Honolulu, from Novcatlo,
Honolulu Postoiiicc Time Tnhlc.
DATE NAME FItOM
Jan. 1. Gacllo , Orient
" 7. Mariposa , Cokiuloi
" 8. Alameda Sau 1'muuUco
" 10. Ilongkout' Maru Orlnnl
"10. oraul Colonltw
" IS. Pcklue S.iu l"ranolio
" 18. China OrUut
" 19. MIowcra , Victoria
" 0. Dnrlo ...,Orlnt
" 3. Zcalandla San Franolneo
" 'J3. Gaelic San I'VauciMO
" 23. Sierra , Cloales
" SM. Sonoma ,..vSan l'ranclsw)
"31, IJoct'lioos Maru San rrancUco
Jan. 1. Gaolio San KraaeUoo
" 8. Alameda...., ..colonies
"10. HongUong Maru 8&n FraneUco
"10. Aoranut Victoria
" 15. Poking ; Orienl
" 18. ohlua .. SuvKranoUco
" 19. Wlowera , uaJoaies
-" 30. Dorio Sw l"ranelua
"28. Gaelic , Orient
"in. zanianaiQ ..San I'mnoitto
)' 20. Slcrfu..., , San rruftoWw
" 29. SQnoma, TTjTtrntww.
; "31. Hougtocg Matii ...Oiil'
Bailey's- Honolulu. Cyclery . Co.,
$25, $40, $50
Cushion Frames? (fS0.
The Milwnukcte Patent Puncture Proof Tires. Sole Agoncy"
mid only place "whoro the guarantee on these tires can bo filled is ut:
alley's Honolulu Cyclery, Ltd.'
For tine Morgan & Vlr ig:hi Mac 1 Tires. ,
Exclusive Agents for
Morchant Stvct'l, between
Flic Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undor the" Laws of
tho Ropublic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
Clms. M. Cooko I'rcjidoai
1. C. Jonca Vico-l'resldont
C. II. CcUo Cashier
V. C. Athorton. . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Waterlioust4,
Torn May, P. V. Macfarhuio, E. D.
Tonny, J. A. McCandloss.
Solicits tho Account of Finns, Cor
loratlons, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business conuoctod with liankin
(intrusted to it. Soil nnd 1'iirclmiw
Foreign Exchanyo, Issue Lottor of
Ordinary and Tornv Dejmlts ro
coived and Intoit,t alloyrwl in ao
cordanre with rules find cowlitionk
printed in pus Iwoks, wntiw of
which may be Imd on aprtHcfttim.
Judd BuUdiuif. Fort St.,LIooolulu
Pacific Cycle I Mfe Co.
lOf( Straot, Konolulu
Sl'ESLWf ami IYER JOXNSiN
DELERS IN Allliloaa nrUtft
OF THE FAMOUS
Browed by Uio Anheuser-Busch Browing.',
Association, St. Louis.
" EMILY F. WHITNEY
" GARDINER CITY " by
the Territory of Hawaii
toPR RftnclKA SZ
-J ALL PRSCBS
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Port and Alakea Stveots.
S0I;E AGXTS ron
Kickipoo liiiliaii SAQWA
YVUi M KILLER..
IIEALY &, BIGELOW,
Main oflloc and
Cor. Chapel a ad llatnilxon
r.ow lluvon, Caun.
Foi Mtilct by all"
Tiieo II. l)a is &
Osnarol VVtc In cancfti
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