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SANITARY REGULATIONS OP
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
FOR ALL VILLAGES AND
POPULOUS LOCALITIES TN
THE' TERRITORY OF HA
WAII OUTSIDE OF THE
SANITARY DISTRICT OF
The following regulations shall ap
ply to, and be enforced in all villages
and populous localities in the Terri
tory of Hawaii outsido of the Sani
tary District of Honolulu.
REGARDING BUILDINGS AND
Sec. (1) Where the space be
tween buildings is less than fifteen
feet tho water from the roofs of the
buildings shall be conducted in water
tight leaders and made to discharge
into suitable drains leading onto
street or alley gutters and if any
buildings is so situated that the
water from the roofs of said building
will run under the building and not
drain off tho saino rule shall apply.
This regulation shall not apply to
buildings where tho amount ot water
discharged from the roofs will not bo
detrimental to tho public health or
AIR SPACE BETWEEN BUILD
Sec. (2) No building, flush with a
street or streets bounding the lot on
which it is to stand, shall hereafter
bo erected within five feet of any
other boundary line of said lot, un
less the nature and location of such
building and the purposes for which
it is to bo constructed and adapted,
do not require said vacant space for
the preservation of public health and
public sanitation. There shall be a
clear air space of ten feet between
all buildings, except such as are
flush with a street or streets boun
ding the lot on which thoy stand,
unless tho nature and location of such
buildings and the purposes for which
they arc to be constructed and
adapted, do not require said vacant
spaco for the preservation of the
public health and public sanitation.
Tho word "buildings" in this para
graph shall bo construed to mean
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 tho open
air for each 100 square fcot of floor
space in said room; and at least one
half of said window space shall bo
movable and available for ventilation.
AIR SPACE UNDER BUILDINGS.
Sec. (4) Every building shall
have on an average at least twenty
inches of clear space for the circula
tion of air between tho floor timbers
and the ground, and shall have suf
ficient openings for ventilation in the
outer walls to admit a free circula
tion of air; but, in case this air spaco
cannot bo secured without reaching
''ground water level" then there
shall bo no air spaco, but tho lloor
shall be of concrete or masonry.
YARDS, AREAS, COURTS ETC,
Sec. (5) Yards, areas, courts, al
leyways and other open space with
in or between buildiugs.'whoro water
Is used for washing of any kind, shall
be properly graded and cemented, or
paved so as to bo water proof, and
drained into trapped drains proper
ly connected with sower or cesspool
where practicable or drained away
50 feet from any dwelling and no per
manont wooden floor or grating shall
bo maintained over the same.
WATER TIGHT FLOORS.
Sec. (G) All houses structures
rooms or parts thereof, In which
water is used, or intended to bo us
ed, in such quantity as to render tho
floor or floors thereof constantly
damp, shall have such floor or floors,
mado absolutely water-proof, with
proper drainage into trapped load
ors conveying the wator away Into
cesspool or sower whore practicable
or drained away 50 foec from any
dwolling; and tho wator proofing of
all such floors shall bo done in a man.
ner satisfactory to tho Board of
Sec. (7) No building or structure
shall bo used as a residonco or place
of human habitation or nbodo which
is situated upon land whero there is
standing water within eighteen
Inches of tho surfaco of tho ground;
nor shall any building or structure
be so used thnt is placed on laud
that has been made by filling in with
dangerous and insanitary refuse or
garbage or any substance dangerous
to tho public health.
REGARDING PRIVY VAULTS
Sec. (8) No privy vault, sink or
cesspool shall hereafter bo located
or constructed within lift v feet of
any stream, lako, pond, well or
spring of water, nor within two feet
of the line of any lot: nor shall it be
mndcthoro than eighteen or less than
six feet deep, or placed m sucn a
position that it is not easily acces-
nble for emptying and cleaning.
Sec. (0) When nccessarv for the
preservation of the public health
the sides and bottom of any privy-
anlt, sink or cosspool, shall be made
either wholly or in part .water Unlit.
so as to prevent any saturation of
the ground about the said vault, sink
or cosspool, and shall bo provided
with suitable ventilating arrange
Sec. (10) No structure or cover
shall be put upon or over any privy-
vault, sink or cesspool, until it has
been inspected by the proper agent of
the Board of Health and approved
as meeting the requirements of these
regulations and of public health.
Sec. (11) Any privy-vault, sink
or cesspool, already constructed
wincn nas become a nuisance, or m
any way dangerous to life or detri
mental to health, shall bo removed,
re-constructed, or altered to meet
tho requirements of these regulations
and of public health, as directed by
the Board of Health or its Agent.
Sec. (12) Tho Board of Health or
its Agent may cause tho cmptyiug
or disinfecting of any privy-vaults,
sink or cesspool that is dangerous to
tho public health, at the oxpeuso of
tho owner or occupant of the
premises after 43 hour notice and
failure to comply therewith.
Sec. (13) No privy-vault or cess
pool shall be excavated or maintain
ed within ten feet of any dwelling
house or inhabited building or cooking-house
or place where cooking is
Sec. (14) All waste, toil, sewer
or drain pipes shall be of cast iron,
lead or vitrified clay. If of iron or
lead the joints shall be caulked with
molten lead; if of vitrified clav, thev
shall havo tight cement joints all
joints to be smooth in the inside
open drains may bo of water tight
Sec. (15) All cesspools or nrivv
vaults when abandoned and the nsn
thereof discontinued shall be at onco
disinfected and tilled with earth,
sand, ashes, or other clean material
In no case shall material danercrous
to the public health be used in fill
mg such privy-vault or cesspool.
SANITARY REGULATIONS FOE
Sec. (1C) Tho floor of tho stalls
shall be made ater tight and may
bo mado of tho following materials
Tongue and grooved ulanks. cement
asphaltum or broken (coral) rock to
the depth of six inches covered with
clay well tamped.
Sec. (17) All stalls shall be con
structed with a slant of at least
three and one half inches from front
Sec. (18) Tho water tight floor
ing of the stalls may be covered with
suitablo material, provided such ma
terial shall not bo allowed to become
saturated with animal discharges
and remain until insanitary.
Sec. (19) Liquid discharges from
animals shall be conducted into a
drain or ditch to a Cesspool or sower
where practicable and said drain or
ditch shall bo flushed and kept clean,
Sec. (20) All manure from stables
shall bo removed at least ono in
Sec. (21) Theso regulations shall
apply to livery, hack, bus, tramcar,
truck, expross, dairy and all other
stables where five or more horses or
mules aro kept.
Sec. (22) No garbage, stable ma
nuro, night soil or animal or vegeta
ble refuse of any naturo, which is
dangorous to tho public health shall
bo used for grading purposes, or for
filling up any houso lot or other
tract of land land.
Sec. (23) Any porson violating
any of tho foregoing regulations
shall bo punished as provided by
San Francisco, Fob. 23. One man
ot the many who went down with the
Rio did not caro to live. That mnn
was Captain William Ward. After
the ship struck ho did all In his pow
er to savo his passengers, but all
who saw him in those last fateful
moments agreo that he mado no
effort to save himself. Second Officer
Coghlan saw htm shortly before the
Rio plunged beneath tho waters.
At thai, time Ward was making for
his stateroom. A women, Mi h. Kale
West, believes that she was the last
person who saw him. Her story
is that he stepped Into his stateroom
and closed the door. A moment
later tho ship went down. This Is
positively denied by several other
survivors, who say that Ward was
amidships assisting passengers to
The Chronicle says: At noon
Thursday the Rio do Janeiro, then
2 days overdue, dropped anchor four
miles outside the Heads and waited
for the dense fog to lift and givo her
a fair run into harbor. Toward
evening there was a slight clearing
of the sky and tho vessel steamed
in close to Poiut Lobos, where she
anchored again because of tho thick
cuing weather. All night she lay
while her bell tolled a warning to
otljer vessels that might be working
their way toward tho Ooldcn (.talc
At 4 o'clock yesterday morning the
for lifted and the stars and the bright
lights on the headlands gave promise
of a quick run to harbor. At 4:30
the anchor was raised and the big
vessel steamed slowly against the
strong tide, passing Point Lobos
Land's End and tho Mile RociC on up
toward Fort Point, when, as sud
denly as it had lifted, tho fog came
down and wrapped sea, sky and land
in an impenetrable veil.
At 5:25 as she was drifting almost
aimlessly, the steamer struck with
her starboard bow on hidden rocks
then slowly settled back and slid olT
into deep wator, which closed over
her topmost point, and now lies so
well hidden that notwithstanding the
search continued all day by hundred
of boats her location remains ono of
the mysteries of tho Gate, as does
the exact place whero she met her
Tho Sonoma of tho Oceanic lino
now holds tho record between San
Frau'cisco' and Sydney, Now South
Wales. She mado tho run m nine
teen days and fifteen hours. This
is a day and a half better than the
Mariposa on her last voyage. The
time includes all stops. She averages
370 knots per day.
Tho United States first-class bat
tleship Kentucky, which arrived in
Cavitc recently, after an eventful
trip from Now York, winch port
sue left on the 2(itff of October, en
countered a very severe storm while
in midocean, and showed her sea
going qualities to the best of ad van
tage; as oue officer expressed it,
"She is as steady as a church."
The gasoline schoonor Surprise
which went on the reef recently at
Koloa, Kauai, during a sovere kona
storm, is now a hopeless wreck.
The Kahului Railroad Co. made a
vor.nr d for itself last Monday, having
loaded 10,000 bags (lrfOO tons) of
sugar on board tho American m one
dav. The vessel lay over a mile from
tho wharf, and tho sea was choppy
Vessels in PoptKahului
Am. Schr. Compeer, Larsen, from
Port Townsend, lumber.
Am. Ship Charmer, John Slater,
from Ladysmith, B. C. coal.
Am. Schr. Ottilio Fjord, Bosch
from Eureka, lumber.
Am. Bark Edward May, Hanson
from Honolulu, ballast.
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen
from S. F. merchandise.
Am. Schr. Serena Thayer, Nielsen
Am. Schr. Dora Bluhm, Seymour
from S. F. merchandise.
Am. Schr. Mary Dodge, Olsen,
from Tacoma, lumber.
Am. Schr. Lyman D. Foster
Killman, from Now Castle, coal.
March G. S. S. Claudino, Parker
March 3. Am. Schr. Lyman D
Foster, Killman, from New Castle
March 2. S. S. Ainorican, McDoiv
aid, from Honolulu.
March 0. S. S. American, McDon
aid, for Hilo to load sugar. Will
March 9. S. S, Claudinc, Parker
Bailey's Honolulu Gyefery Gq
$25, $40, $50
Cushion Frames. $60.
1900 Chain less
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The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS & UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Chas. M. Cooko President
P. C. Jones Vico-Presldont
C. H. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhousc,
Tom May, F. W. Macfarlanc, E. D.
Tcnny, J. A. McCandless.
Solicits tho Accounts of fc irms.Cor
poratlons, Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
all business connected with banking
entrusted to it. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issue Letters of
Ordinnry and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo nau on application.
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