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HOSPITAL TRUSTEES MEET
AMI DISCUSS TIIK Al'I'AIHS OF
Itcport ol riiyalclnna anil Vlalllntf
Committee Tlio l're Admlxalon
or Haivnlliui Ncanion
Tho adjourned quarterly uioet
irg of tlio 13oard of Trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital, took place at
10 o'clock this morning, twolvo of
tlio trustees boing present. Kev.
Alex. Mackintosh temporarily
occupied the chair.
Treasurer Paty made r. veibal
statement of tho financial nfi'airs
of the institution for the last
quartor, showing that tho sum of
!rG339,Cy was duo him:
Socrotary Schaofcr rond tho ro
P'trt of tlio visiting physicians
for the quarter ondingSaptombor
30th, as follows:
The nutirbur of nationts a
present in tlio hospital is 7.'3, v.Z:
40 Hawaiian (31 mules, 9
fumalcs) 4Cbincse,9 Japnnosoand
'2il of othor nuti(nalitis, including
'ill paying putionts. Iho number
of admissions during tho quarter
wns 128, v.z: G2 Hivaiians 12
males, 20 fomnlos, G Chinot-o, 19
Jnpnneso and 41 of othor nation
aiities. Th numbor discharged
wao 114, viz: 50 llawuiiiins, .''2
malos, 18 foninlesl 3 (Jliinc.io. 15
l Jupuncso and 41 of othor n-Uiou-
"Tho number of deaths for the !
miter was 111, of whom 8 wore
li iwaiiaus, (1(5 mnleR, 2 females),
Oh'.noso and ol other national
itios. Causes of (loath were:
Apoplexy 2, Carcinoma utori 1,
gonoral dropsy 1, general tubi-r-
cuio9is 1, organic heart disease 1, j
phthisis pulminaria 2, pnounio-1
l, rommeut lever i, shock i
fo lowing operation 1, thrombosis
1, and utorino fibroid tumor 1.1
Of the above one died within I
twelva and ono within fort- ight I
hours of admission. j
'Tho highet number of
putionts in tho institution at any j
ono timo during the quartor wis I
85 and tho lowest 59, uiving a 1
daily average-of 09. Tho nnmb-r nf
prescriptions made up during tlio
.utartor was 4J1 In tho samo
jieriod six major and ten
minor operations wcro per
formed, together with one post
mortem examination. Tho whole
number of patients tronted durii.g
tho quarter was 34(5, as follows:
July lOG, August 130 and Soptom
horllO." Tho above roport ie signed by
Drs Chns. B. Cooper and C. B.
Wood and dated September 3uth
Tho Visiting Committoo made
its roport, stating that tho condi
tion of the hospital as shuwii by
porsonal visits of tho committee
men was excollont.
A lottor from tho Minister of
Interior was road, stating that
tho following had boon appointed
as government trustees of tho
hospital, viz: John II. Paty,. lames
I. Dowsntt, Bruce Cartwright. .1. F.
Ilackfold and Goorgo V. Smith,
their term of office boing four
yours from July 1st. The two
lattor are now uppointees.
Communications were received
from Drs. Clifford Kydor and
Suhrmann, asking to be pluuodoii
tho list of honorary physicians to
tho hospital and on motion the
requests wore granted.
Tho committee appointed at tho
last mooting to investigate tho
mattor of admitting Hawaiian
soamou to tho institution frto of
charge prosontod both a majority
and minority roport, which led to
a long discussion. Tho contro
versy is aB to tho term ''Hawaiian
Soamen." Somo advocnto that on
ly native born llawaiiims nro
ontitled to froo admission undor
a propor definition of that term,
while others maintain that it in
eludes senmon of any nationality
Bailing on vessels carrying tho
Hawaiian ilng. Tho controversy
is nn old ono but it bids fair to bo
finally scttlod this time. Aftor
much discussion tho matter was
again roferrod to tho committoo
to obtain more necessary data and
Mcsssrs. John Ena, J. F. Hack
fold and Gongo W. Smith, wore
appointed a Visiting Cotnmitteo
fur tho presont quarter and at a
few minutos -before noon tho
avi:iit mi: mtisinoi:.
Sme Onlm Hofloctlon on Vuuani'
Mrciini 'anil tlio llHrbor.
Kuitou Bulletin:- In n late
issuo of tho Star it was stated
that the Superintendent of Public
Works in tho course of hie sound
ings along iNuuanu stream hud
lomm only boh mint, and tlint on
that acoount walls could not bo
constructed proporly, nor othor
improvoiiientrt carried on in n por
uiauout way. jN'otwithstundiiig,
with a mud foundation, a loose
stone wall is being erected, a
most unsightly, and what is worse
a ineroly tompornry Btructnre. It
is n well OHtahlishi'd fact that
running waters confined in nar
row spaces gain in impetuosity
and power, and should thoio hap
pen u wot season with heavy rains
that wall would bo undermined
mid collapse. Tho writor of those
lines asserts with sincerity that
i i;ujjiiuii wi uiiiiiuiiuij- uilliuisill
i is far from his thoughts. His on
j ly desiro is to see work done pro
I perly, and as a taxpayer to seo it
done iconomically and scionti
fic.illy, as all Government work
should bo douo. Tho wall from
King ctroet bridgo to the turn
' should bo built with mortar on a
llllll lUllllUllil'U t.Al.t vt' J" lllllb
foundation two or throo rows of
pilioL' should ho driven. In Sin
Fmncif-cosome of tho laiRes builU
iucs rost on such a foundution and
are thoro to stay, wnust it ism or
der for tho Govornmont to own
a dmlgorfor tho purpose of kocp
inK the harbor clean, all other
Govornmont work should be dono
by contract and bids called for in
it business and logitimato way. In
that manner the work is done bet
tor and cheaper. It roliovos tho
Government of all responsibility,
and. most important, it docsaw.iy
j with that pernicious thing known
ns political jobbery. By tho time
tho improvements contemplated
are completod tho powors that bo
will havo an object lesson in tho
truth of the above romarks. A
writor in the Advertiser states
that dredging has been done in tho
United States for 20o per cube
yard, and that it should bi dono
hero for 30o. Dredging has been
done in the United States for less
than 20c a oubic yard and money
matin on it, and why it should cost
moro hero tho writor cannot soo.
Wages nro no higher, and if it is
all soft mud tho conditions nro
moro favorablo, thero being noith
or shipping nor choppy sas to
intoifero with dredgor or pontoons.
But while- thoro is still timo tho
Govornmont snould pauso oio it
mako a dumping ground of tho
oity. Thoro is no prt cedent for
such a course Ln no part of
tho civilised world would tlio
health authorities -allow sew
age to bo raised from its
slimy bod and spread through
a populous district. Thero is but
ono paper in tho Islands to advo
cate such a course, and somo of
tho ablest and oldost physicians
nro opiiOH'd to it. In conclusion
I would ask tho editor of tho Stir
tocoaso throwing out mean insinu
ations and innuendoes. Thoy aro
unworthy of tho writor and havo
no place in honest discussion. Ho
is in favor of harbor improve
ments. Thoro aro fow that aro
not, and lot mo ussuro him that
in this community thoro is nouo
moro anxious to hoar tho hum of
industry, to seo tho wheels of pro
gross revolvo, tho dredger's along
with tho rest, than
IN THE HIGHER COURTS.
AOIII, Tlin KX-I.AVrVKH,
aijain in tiiodiili:.
John c. I.uno Ilncha Out ol tlio
'Co lit pi Hi lit Aiinlnnl Ilia Father
John C. Lano by his attorney,
AV. A. Kinney, has withdrawn
from the suit to pluco his tathor
under guardianship, so lar as ho
personally is concerned.
Isabella A. Aohi has complain
ed on oath to tho Circuit Court
that William C. Aehi has for sov
on wok8 neglected to pay the ifG
a weok alimony decreed against
him on .luuo 1 of this your- Uo
spoudent is cited to appear tomor
row and show causo why ho
should not be punished for con
tempt in disobeying tho order of
the Court. Ho has filed an an
swer saying that ho continued to
pay the alimony ns loug ns he
could, that ho is disbarred us a
lawyer and is in no way to mako
money, that his property is
double-mortgaged to Bishop t Co.
and tho mortgagos nro foreclosed,
that his bills for provisions aro
unpaid, that his taxos and water
rates aro duo for two yoars,
that ho has a fathor to
support, also an adopted son
at St. Louis College, and in gen
eral that ho is willing to obey tho
ordors of tho honorablo Court,
but is unablo financially to do so;
furthor, that complainant last
month collected "a big nmount of
money," boing the purchnso pneo
of land which was bought by de
fendant in lior niirao, Ho says
the ailmony of six dollars is moio
than he can stand, and requests
that tho Court will foduco it to i
throo dollars n wook.
Judgo Whiting this morning
hoard argument and took undor
consideration tho bill to sot nsido
a raortg-go, brought by C. Bosse,
assignee in bankruptcy of J. A.
All'onso, ogainst Isabel V.
Begointcs and J. A. AHonBO.
Hatch appeared for plaint'd', and
Thurston for dofendaut. Tho
complaint avers that a certain
mortgage made by All'onso to Mrs.
llegoiutos shortly bofore his
bankruptcy was falso and fraudu
lent. In her answer Mrs. lto
gointes declares thut thomorlgago
was executed in good faith, that
she is a widow unfamiliar with
business, and that tho money she
advanced on tho moitgago consti
tuted her ontiro oarthly posses
sions. Anothorbill to set aside a m rt
gngi, connected with tho samo
bankruptcy, Jlunool Briauco be
ing tho mortgngoo, was argued
and submitted by the samo coun
sel. Brianco makes a similar
answer alleging good faith in tho
tiansaction and ignoraiico of Al
fonso's impending bankruptcy.
Judgo Whiting has siguod an
ordor of dofault in the suit of tho
California Wine Co. against John
Goorgo Lucas, mastor, has boon
iiniiointod to uxamiuo tho ac
counts in tho suit of John F.
Bowler vs. E. C. Mitefailano and
others, in place of G. F. Peterson,
mastor, who rosigned and loft tho
country. This is the old Elolo
An appeal has beon taken by
plaintitls in tho oase of Wong
Le.miL' and others vs. G.
Irwin, tho famoiiB Kailua water
enso, agaiuBt tho decision of
E. P. Aikuo, Curnmissionor of
Private Ways and Wntor Rights
for tho District of Koolaupoko.
Hartwell and O. Brown aro uttor
noys for appellants.
Henry Smith, as Commissioner
of the Suprorao Court of British
Columbia, will take depositions in
tho ?50.000 damages suit of Cran
stoun, as well as that of Mullor,
against tho C. A. S. S. Line.
sa.ihii:i, i.oiiismin iii:ai.
Ulrmhcr nl Sfitrnl Orcaulxntliina mill
a 1 1 lull I V Populnr Yomm Mnn.
Samuel Louisson, ono of the
most aclivo and popular young
men of Honolulu, died about
sovon o'clock this morning. The
cause of death wns inilummatioii
of tho bowels, tho fatal attack
coming as a rolapse from an ill
ness of somo wooks ago. Tho
fathor of tin late Mr. Louisson is
ono of tho sonior membors of tho
firm of M. S. Grinbaum it Co. , San
FranciBCo and Honolulu. Mr. and
Mrs. Louisson nro in San Francisco,
and not expected to return for six
weeks yet. An oldor son, Aura
ham, has been living hero for a
short timo pnst. Samuel Louiasou
was 28 years of age, of sturdy
build, and seomed to havo tho
promise of a long lifo. His uu
timoly death oausos gonoral sor
row. Ho was a momber of Ha
waiian Lodge of Masons.thoMyrtlo
Boat Club and tho Pacific
Tennis Club, all of which display
(lugs at half-mast out of respect to
his memory. "Sam," as ho was
familiarly c tiled, was character
ized by uniform cheerfulness of
demoauor and good nature almost
to a fault. The funeral will tuko
placo 011 Sunday uftornoon at an
hour to bo announced later.
i'aim:ei i'ou a 1. Aitcc aim.
The I'nilllc Trailing Compiiiir Clone
Commercial circles wero in a
flutter of excitement this morning
over tho failuio of tho Pacific
Trading Company, a largo Japan
ese concern which succeeded to
tho business of Itoliau on lower
Fort street a fow months
ago. Tlio firm was supposed
to bo doing a largo business
with the othor islands and had
connections at Hilo. Tho liabi
lities aro said to bo about $18,000
to $20,000 with two prominent
firms ns principil creditors in tho
sums of S30U0 and ?2000 respec
tively. Tho assets of tho firm
huvo not yot boon made public.
uooki'.ii tii i.i:avi:.
liitcniUiii; 1'uanrtiuer) ly tlin ."Iurl
pou mill Allilrnlln.
The following have ongiged pas
sago for San Francisco at tho
office of William G. Irwin it Co.
by tho stoamors Mariposa, leaving
tomorrow, and tho Australia on
Per Mariposa Miss Emily
nulstoad, Miss A Mullius, C F
Por Australia Mrs WC Pinko,
Miss J S Parke, W C Parko, J H
Fishor, wifo and child, Mrs .J F
Brown and two children, Mrs
Sancedo, W N Armstrong and
Miss A Kimball.
There aro no passengers loaving
horo for tho Colonies by tho Ala
meda on tho 27th. as far as known.
All i:iri;niit I'lllicllbowl.
II. F. Wichman displays in one
of his show windows an elegant
punchbowl mado from a calabash.
It is lined insido with silver and
has a rim and baso ot the same
niotul. Around tho widest part
of tho bowl is an ornamental sil
ver bund, containing inonogrnms
and tho word "Waianao." It is
intended to bo sent to Gormuny
as a wedding i)roaont and is a
boautiful specimon of tho silver
i:tei)U'lirre Wo (Jo
Wo tlnil aomn one who h;i.- ln.cn eurad by
llood'a Saraaparllla, and people 011 all hnnda
are prnlitln:; thin Krcnt medicine for uhat It
luei tione lor incni aim iuiir minus iithiru
In time Hood's S-s.ipurllla prevcul ecrloim
illiie4 by kicplni; the blood pure ami all the
orMi In a healthy condition. It U the great
Hood's I'ii.i." Ucodih tha favorit cathar
tic with every one who trim thmi. "'c
pel box. 10'J. Ul-tf
j KEPT A DISORDERLY HOUSE;
C1IAIIIS l'Olt a
Ami Wna I'lueil One Hundred Ilollnr.
Therefor- 'fiulllr of .TlnlnLilitr
2 n .Viilxiinrc
Thoro woro only two
tho District Court this morning...
tho first boing that of Jock Kane,
churgod with maintaining a com
inon nuisiinco in tho shape oft,
ferocious dog. John Fronch tes
tified that he had boen bittoi-.
by tho dog on October 4th, whifc
Louis Adlor aleo testified tu
oeing omen by tho sime dotr.
dofondant tostifiod ir. hire.
ju uuiiuii lugutnor with tour
of his frionds, but Judgo Perrv
found him guilty all the samo.
Sontouco was suspended, u will
likoly bo tho oarthly career of thrj
o.TllSc'cond case w9 th"t of
Lha Choug, who osteneiblr con
ducts un establishment for the
mending of old chairs on
Kawuiahao lano, near tho ke
roseno warehouse, but in real
ity rents rooms ut 35 cents
w c "J llirPse8 of prostitution.
. S. Edings appeared for th do
fenso. Tho prosecution had r
caso on Cha Cliong. however, as it
produced four witnBse8 who testi
fied to using the houss for im
moral purposes, paying 25 cents
for ront of the room. Judge Per
ry found the defendant guilty and
fined him $100 and costs. Olficor
Knpaa is ontitlod to tho arodit
of breaking up this "joint."
Tho conspiracy caso sgainst Ah
On and Quan Chan, for putting
up an opium job on a fol ow-countrv-mnn,
was finished yester
day aftornoon in Judge Perry's
court. Tho dofondants woro both,
found guilty and sontenced to six
months imprisonment and fines of
35 and costs. Pending nppcuS.
thoir bonds wero pluct.d ot sfoGti
each. No testimony was offered
by tho defense.
tnt n ... r 1 11 ...
IIIIo .Shipping Smi'i,
Sailed Oot. 13th, from Hilo.
b.irk Santiago, Captain Johnson,
for ban Francisco in ballast, with.
he following passengers: Mr:
j Lowis, J Wilson, Mrs J Wil
son, Miss Una Wilson, D Wilson.
on, flliss Una Wilson, D Wilson
II Marlin and Goo H Doacon
.1 It Murhu and Goo H Doacon.
Arrived at Hilo, Oct. 13th, briy
'onsuolo. 17 days from San Frhn-
a cargo of gonerub
in the pound ar--
Tho oxcessively warm wo.ttheff
has cro.itod a run on cooling
drinks of all kinds.
That is a close finish nhown it .
Alox. Chisholm's advortiBomont.
It is nothing to tho fiue finish In
puts on his work.
Ordwny ,fc Portor make spocini
annonncomont today of an elegant
lino of portieres and tablo covets
at juices suitable to arfy purses.,
Tho failure of the Pacific.
Trading Company with liabilitu-a
of iippnuohing $20,000 and nomi
nal assets has been the talk of the
tf'ron U. S. Journal uiltillctne.)
f rnf. W.II.lVeke .who mAet a tpeflally ol EplVry,
lia w ithnut doubt treated and c 11 rid more cai.n tha.
tuy Ih Inn I'hytlcUn ; Ma eui ecu U lcidf hiup. Vt
bin c In ard of eae of 80) eatt'iLiudlu); cured bytUu
I iiiila k Ith a lnrc Umlo ot hi abrolatccnre, f rv'a lb
dri'ra. WeailvlManjronowlhlni(aciiTtoadrtiif, .
l"rof. W. II. 1'UEKK, l 1)., 4 CUi PW, Nw Vork.
. -I W y
TniC PA DPP 1 kept on flic t E..X
11110 rArJJil PAKE'S Adverthrtff
Airencv. M and GA Mcrcbsnli ETrlin.. v.i;
Franckeo, California, where contralto ta-t
eriiin vuu ou maue ior 11.
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