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"WithTwhich. is Incorporated the "Independent,"
VOL. 1. NO. 110.
HONOLULU, H. I, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1895.
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Hotel street, havo got tho largest
andrnost varied assortment, und
a visit to thoir placo of business
is suro to bo profitable to any ouo
.nooding a good clook.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
CITIZENS' SANITARY COiaitlirTEF.
WILL ACT NO MORE.
Tli OoTrnment Will Now Enforce
Its Authority Over (hit Other 11-
audi About the School.
Tho Board of Health mot at tho
UBtial hour yesterday i.ftornoon.
A roport was recoivod from tho
cholera hospital to tho eflbct that
tho services of all tho attendants
oxcept O. J. Wintnoy had boen
dispensed with, and that tho
place was in perfect order and
ready fr instant usu. Jt was
voted to ret tin Mr. Whitney for
tho prosont, while Dr. Myers will
visit tho hospital daily.
Frosident Smith spoke of the
general oleaning up the city hnd
received and tho good work done
by tho Citizens' Sanitary Com
mittee Ho suggested that the
work should bo inspected and,
whoro necessary, completod by
With regard to Bw.i Mr. Smith
said tho peep o were now ready
to obey tho orders of the board
and would accept any froight that
was shipped, there was a scar
city of provisions and lumbor.
Mr. Lansing called attention to
the scarcity of provisions among
tho rice planters who wore do
pendent on Honolulu for supplies.
Uoth Dr. Wood and Tresidont
Smith opposed the indiscriminate
shipment of supplies at present,
but it was finally agreed to allow
actual necessaries to bo shipped
It was voted to open the pohools
noxt Monday, if no now cases of
oholora uppearod befaio that timo.
The question of holding meet
ings of sicietii'B, lodges, oto , was
luid over for tho present.
Presidont Smith" s'tatod that a
number of communications hnd
beon rocoivod by the board from
tho other islands on whioh no ac
tion would be takon until tho
noxt mooting. Ho had prepared
tho following official letter to bo
sont by tho Olaudino to all agents
of the board on tho other islands:
Tho steamer Olaudino sails to
night for Muni uud Hawaii. Part
of her cargo consists of freight
takon from tho town and a part
from the Pacific Mail wharf.
That from tho town consists only
of such articles as were not uvail
ablo on the Pacific Mail wbnif,
and were limited to nou, medical
supplies, kerosono oil and a vory
fow other items. All of thoso
wore takou on boatd under the
most careful precautious that wo
could maintain, and, after they
wore on bouid, tho ship and cargo
was thoroughly fumigatod. After
that sho oamo to the Pacific Mail
wharf and took tho balance of her
cargo, a part of which was takou
from tho V. G. Irwin and a part
from tho cargo of tho Aloha,
which had been discharged on to
the wharf. All of this cargo on
tho Pacific Mail wharf both from
tho Aloha and W. Q. Irwin came
direct from Sin Francisco; was
kept in strict quarantine, and
handled only by oioau men; and
we aro of the opinion that all of
this froight may bo landed at any
port without disinfection or fumi
gation. Tho Olaudino has beon
in quurantiuo for so long a timo,
and such groat care has boen ob
soivod that tho Board of Hoalth
feel it is justified in adopting the
resolution which was passed at a
mooting of tho Board this after
noon, as follows:
"Resolved That tho agouts of
the Board of Hoalth on tho isl
ands of Hawaii, Maui and Kauai
bo inotructed that, until further
order, all freight shipped from
Honolulu by vessels bearing a
hoalth certificate from tho Hon id
of Health may bo landed at any
port without hindrance."
Enclosed you will find an offi
cial statement made by the medi
oal members of tho Board, stating
their opinion and citing author
ities in regard to tho period of in
cubation of cholera, whioh you
will, doubtless, find of interest.
Thoro has beon no cuse of oho
lora hero since Wednesday last,
tho 18th, and over effort hus
boen made in the way of inspec
tion, disinfecting, whitewashing
and cleaning, and wo fool vory
much encouraged in rogard to
Tho conditions havo so ohangod
since tho timo that the former in
structions wore given to the sever
al committees of the Board upon
tho othor islands that wo feel
fully justified in taken tho action
which wo hnvo taking today in ro
gard to tho landing of froight up
on tho othor islands.''
It wns decided to rotain the
guards to tho entrances of tiie
difTorent valloyn for tho prosent.
In connection with tho sugges
tion to discontinue tho daily in
fpotion of houses,. P. B. Mc
Stocker road tho following reso
lution whioh was passed at a moot
ing of tho Citizens' Sinitary Com
mitteo yosterday afternoon and
ropoited exclusively in tho Bul
"Resolved, Thut in tho opinion
of tho Citizens' Sanitary Com
tnittoo tho necessity for tho fur
ther ocnitinuanco of tho service of
the committee and of tho volun
teer inspectors acting in conjunc
tion with them, no longor exists,
and the committee asks to bo
rolieved from furthor responsi
bilities; and bo it
"Resolvod, That wo rocommond
to the Board of Health that.'uutil
such tirao as tho Board may
direct, a coipa of paid iithpeolors
bo employed by tho Board to con
tinue a daily inspection of tho
city, and that tho appended list
of names bo forwarded to tho
Board as persons oligiblo for such
After agrooiug that tho com
mittee's inspectors should con
tinue the work until tho paid in
spectors woro appointed, tho reso
lution of tho committee was
adoptod together with a voto of
thanks to its members.
Tho appointment of puid in
spectors was loft to President
Smith, ono to besoleotod for oaoh
Considerable d scussion took
place on tho matter of allowing
residents of tho other islands to
return homo, but tho board ad
journed without coming to uny
JTIsdo IIlui U'liltiivuiili.
Sub-inspector Geo W. It. King
had an xporienco with a Chine o
on Monday which tho latter will
not soon forget. The Coloatiul
wns rofractory and would not
whitowush his promises. Mr.
King took him by tho shoulders
and banged his head against the
wall until it was very soro. The
Chinese then whitewashed his
promises bo.iutifnlly, and Mr
King utilized his services for tho
list of tho day by making him
carry buckets of slaoked liino
around tho neighborhood.
IlaiuoiN ol (Meanlnc Day.
Thoo. P. Severin, secretary to
tho Sinitary Conimittoo, was
asked if ho was glued to tho high
stool beneath the telephone on
Monday. For several hours he was
constantly engiged in receiving
and transmitting mossngos.culliug
for drays, putty, white solution,
bluo solution and, ocoasiouully,
the police. The following list of
ofiioialBwns pioked up in tho office
by a reporter: Rowoll, boss; John
Bon, clerk; Sovorin, telophono boy;
Gere, dolivory clerk; Potter, orruud
boy; Niepor, general hoodoo.
FROM QUARANTINE WHARF.
THE INTERESTS 131 ART OF
GKOROE WASHINGTON SMITH.
How the Horn Heed vol San rran
clico Vc)l-Ilewctt In Evi
dence. Monday, So, t. 6
Nothing happenod of my note;
tho same old routino.
Tuesday, St pt. 17.
In tho af tern' on the sc onor
Aloha telephoned; toned in by
Elon. When opposito tho Mail
wharf Orabbo sang o it, "Hoy,
bring that ship in hero." Capt.
Dabol says, "By whoso orders?''
Orabbe s lys, "Ha -k fo'd's. ' Roy
noldssays, "My ordus from tho
Board of Health nre to put her in
tl o stream. " Ful'or says, "1 take
no ordi n from anybody hut tho
Board of Hoalth just now."
Crabbo siys: "You havo got to
como to tho doek I've g. t my
orders to that effect." They
start) d to anolior her in tho
stream, when Reynolds caruo
back with fresh orders and order
ed hor to tho dock. Thou they
lnnded two passengers, and un
loaded 22 head horses. jGrahbe
then ordered tho Captain out in
tho stroam again, time 5:30 p m.
Captain Dabol says: "I havo
run a vessel hero u good many
trips and never w.ts ordored
around that way before, and it is
impossible fov mo to co out now.
Fuller is gone; my men aro oil
duty for tho day." Ciuhbo says,
'Til ask Sanders." Sanders was
intn-viowod und finding thoro was
powder aboard allowed tho Aloha
to ho whero she was.
In tho evening things woro en
livened by b trains from tho littlo
Gorman band and singing by tho
only native g'oe club. Crabbo
and Robertson wroto out tho
fro'ght books till 12 p. m. As tho
Aloha was allowed to lio at tho
dock, tho Custom House took
chnige undor tho supervision of
Jimmy Kelly, Inspector of Cus
toms. Now his sleeping is knock
ed in the hoad and we can do it
lor him. Com. Howett is still
walking around dispensing knowl
edge on cholera and Howett alias
Lord Salisbury, Disraeli, Lord
Nolson, eto Lntor ho will ap
pear undor tho head of a full
Hedged Lord Hig'i Admiral. Our
old Iriend Hewott is also a walk
ing medicine oticst. Ho has a
box of pills iu ouch pocket and a
room full of rats. Smith says:
"Boys, don't eat any beans. They
wilt maKo you uuoasy in tho
stomach and Crabbo will think
you aro getting tho diarrlum and
fill you full ol medicine."
Brigantmo W. G. Irwin came
alongside tho dock about 9 a. m.,
unloaded 12mulos and two horses,
and somo carboys aoid on deck.
Capt. Williams bays thoy hud a
fiuo run down. Boys aro woik
ing on fioight fiom tho Aloha
and running considerably on Li
keliko wharf for city orders.
Thurston has his otgio oyu on
ovorything going on, looking for
dopo. Don't think lio has scon
mi tiling suspicious looking as
yet. Childs is also keeping his
woathor eyo open for anything
tint might turn up.
Tho labor contracts of tho
( hineso who oame here undor
biioh by the S. S. Rio do Juneir
aro being acknowledged at tho
quarantine station today. The
laborers will ba shipped to thoir
destinat ons by tho Btojmers Wai
alealo and Miluuea Htm tomorrow.
Chinese who camo undor nix
months' residence rormi's will be
dischaigol fnm t o BVion tomorrow.
NEW INSPECTORS AT WORfC
JtlAHSIIAIj IIROWH INSTRUCTS
THEM AIIOUT THEIR DUTIM.
Thcr Hnc A trendy Commenced the
Contluunttou or the Work ofthc
Tho twenty-one inspectors np
poiuted by tho Board j)f Hoaltb,
to contiuuo tho work of tho Sani
tary Committeo mot in tho Dis
trict Court room at 12:30 this
aftornoon to rcceivo nocessary in
structions from Marshal Brown.
That official told tho mon they
would each bo furnished in the
morning with books containing,
the nnmo, ago, sex anil roid
onco of each porson in their sev
eral districts, whom thoy aio ox
poctod to soo or inquiro about a&
of ton as possible. Tho Marshal
statod it would bo impossible for
inspectors to visit oaoh house
dai y, bat t ioy must commence at
ono end f the distriot and go over
itsystematieally without reguid to
tho timo itt'O?, and whon onco
coitiploted to coinmonco over
ngain. Insptctrs aro to roport
daily betwoon i and o at tho mar
shal's office uny casos of sickness
or any premises in an unsanitary
state, on blanks which aro being
propared for tho purpose Tho
Marshal fiuthor statod that tho
work was in a largo manner dis
cretionary and would roquiro the
exeroiso of sound judgmont. In
tho cuso of Chinese and natives ho
thought tho inspection should bo
daily and with othore semi-weekly
or weokly as the inspootor thought
best. In tho largor districts tho
inspectors will bo furnished with
After unsworingnnmorous ques
tions propounded by vnrious in
spoctois, tho Marshal sent them
off' to commetico thoir work at
once. They woro also informed
that it would bo their duty to re
port any proinisos noeding to bo
whitewushed,so that tho paid gang
should be sent to attend to it.
Tho i'lep'ctors' horns for duty
will bo horn 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.,
although thoy aro expected to
ropoit at any hour of tho day or
night anything coining to thoir
iiuuuu unit ruipiii'tJB prompt nt-
A olork of tho Board of Hoalth
will bo stt tionod in tho Marshal's
Office, who will look aflor the re
port of tho iuspootors.
Following aro tho names of
thoso appointed, tho figures rep
lOHonting the districts:
1 E Dovauscholle.
2 II orhe.
3 David Kahanlciio.
4 E Silvu.
(j S A Gunst.
7 Geo Galbrtiith.
8 U Napoleon.
9 Geo Smithies.
10 Thomas Cummins.
11 ChiiB Lucas.
13 -S K Mtsos.
14 -H Nisson. '
lG-UStniley. ' -. 1
17 - J McQuean.
18-J Brauu. f
19 J KoHlahakui.
20-Ed Wot dward.
21 W L Drummond.
Vol. IX. of Roports of Do
otsions of the Supromo Court hasi
beon roceivtd It. includes tho
years 1893 ond 1894. In ap
pend'ces aio found decisions of
individual Justices not appoaledL
from, tho Constitution, aud fullt
roports of momoritl exercises for
tho Into Charles L. Carter, andi
Henry N. Castle.
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