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HONOLULU, II. 1., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31. 181)5.
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
unVTiNi: ih;sinis tiianacti:i
AT Yi;STi:itlAYN .TII.DTI.XJ.
Ilr. I.IikIIcv ;'l Pontile l'y n IMijM-
cluu 4ir North nml South
Tbo Bonrd of Health mot nt tlio
usuiil I our yostordny afternoon,
b t no impirtant businosB taino
Fathor Conr.nl i was grantod
permission to Icavo M'lokni sot
tlomont. i-nviiHng his baggago
was fumigated first.
Two additional scons, to bo usod
in connootion with the odorless
excavator, woro ordered purchased.
Tho "no proviously ordered was
reported roudy for use.
A letter was recoived from the
U. S. Quarantine Agent at Angol
Island, stating that the freight
from Sun Francibco to this port
by tbo China bail been properly
fumiguted according to United
In answer to a communication
from Dr. Liudbloy of Koim, tho
Clerk of the Hoard w.is instructed
to notify him to act as govern
ment phybiciun for both North
.iiul South Kona districts, uutil a
physician for the latter was up
pointed. The doctor will draw
pay for both districts as long as
they pro in his charge.
Dr. J. H. ltaytnoiul communi
catid his : ccuptunce of tho posi
tiou of Government physician at
1'icsidont llosmer of O.ihu
Col lego was refused permission to
discontinue the use of boiled
water at that institution.
Tho application of Mrs. S. J.
Hutchinson to go to Maui was ro-
On the representation of Hoallh
Oflicor lteynolds that tho fumi
gating restrictions were boing
ovadid, it was docided to discon
tinue any and all restrictions on
passenger truvol to tbo other isl
ands. in tho mattor of tenanting tho
houses overhanging tho Nuuuiiu
stream, Dr. Emerson roporto I for
tho special committoo and it was
docided to allow tho tonauts to
romain provided the pipes in tho
overhanging parts bo cut oil" and
piopor sanitary armngomouts
Medical Inspector Wuyson re
ported that tho output from the
dredg'-r was harmloss and that
uu danger to tho pubiic honlth
need bo anticipated from that
A ii it Wluit Iln .alil to u Sun l'ran-c-lfeeo
Sonator Honry "Waterhouso was
interviewed by a Call ropirtor
wl i e at tho Occidoutal hotel in
San Francis20, and among oilier
This outbna'c of cholora is
going to bo in tho ond ono of tho
best things that evor happoned to
Honolulu. It will ho tho causo
of our adopting ono of tho grand
est systoms in tho world for koop
ing tho city clean and healthy,
riteps a ro boing taken already in
thut direction. Tho first thing
that, will be dono is tho w.illing
up of tho sides of the stream that
runs by tbo town. Thou all tho
flats will bo fillod up whore there
is stagnant wator. Tho plans for
further work will bo docidod in
"Tho Board of Hoalth could
not havo handled this case hotter
than thoy did. Then they wore
backed up by tho oitizons, who
all cheerfully voluntoorod their
services. Tho board was not a
closo corporation, hut often called
in citizons to advise with thorn,
and everybody worked in harmony."
"Was thoro much talk about
tho proposed restoration of royal
ty witli Princes Kaiulani whun
you woro leaving?" was thou asked.
"For some timo past tho royal
ists, annexationists and every
body elso havo boon a unit poli
tically Tho only question at is
sue nas to get rid of the cholera.
No, there has been no such talk.
1 shoiild have known something
of it had tholo been. I was speak
ing with the President and Min
ister of Foreign Affairs an hour
and a half beforo sailing and
nothing of tho sort was spoken of
up to that time."
iti: iVY-vi:i;ii'r I'ruii.i-'i.s.
Itlllli-r ii lid Slmrlcov ?ln(clic-l lit Hoi
nl Hie :iilmu Athlcllh Oliili.
Tom Sharkoy, whoso admirors
are wont to call him tho ''demon
of tho navy" ond tho "pugilist of
the sea," and big Millor of tho
San Francisco Athletic Club, tiro
matched to give a boxing exhibi
tion with tho sumo sizo of gloves
as usod in Olympic and lloliunco
Athletic Club contests, at Coliuu,
on tho ovoning of December 7.
Millor will train for this contest
with n niembor of tho San Fran
cisco Athletic Club, who is
matched to box a representative
of tho Olympic Club on tho loth
mst. bharkoy has heretofore re
fused to meet boxers who ho
thought wero a littlo bit danger
ous to tackle.
Millor is comparatively an ama
teur boxer, but pugilists who aro
considered good judges of a
boxer's ability contend that Miller
will whip Sharkoy in quick order.
The San Francisco Athletic Club
champion will weigh 105 pounds,
and bo is considered quite clover
by his friends.
Sharkey has loft tho navy, his
timo on tho Philadelphia having
expired; and will heroafter devote
his whole timo to the practice of
1IIR1I SCHOOL li:iICATION.
Illlllliler III Aiiiiniinc-liiK (ho 'I lino Inr
This morning's Advertiser al
most gave tho faculty of tho High
school nervous prostration. It
invited ovorybody and his aunt to
attend tho dedicatory exorcises at
tho High School this aftornoon,
while the school authorities had
lixed 3 o'clock tomoirow Friday)
aftornoon as tho time. Thero is
nothing going on at the school this
afternoon oxcopting tbo clocks.
Tomorrow afternoon President
Dole of tho Jlopublio, President
Alexander of the Board of Educa
tion and Inspector Atkinson will
deliver addiessos. Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham will odor a poem, and
a hymn composed by Philip Dodgo
will ho sung to music arranged by
Mis. Tucker. At tho conclusion
of tho exorcises tho visitors will
bo invited to inspect tho building
and gardens. Patrons of tho
school and all who tako an inter
est in tho causo of education aro
invited to uttond tho oxercises.
KIMiai I'.S CONCDIIT.
Wlllll tllO llllllll Will l'lll J' lit TlMIIIIIIH
M, 1 1 11 I'll 'loillulll.
Tho, HawaiiaM band plays at
Thomas Sqtiaro this ovoning with
tho following programmo:
I. Overture "Anthony nml Cleopatia"
S. Marvh "C'ouip.111) A, N ( II'1
II. Guwille "The llohennllern" 'Ihlelo
4. .Miillej "llvrlln Popular Mimic"
5. Miilley "On Ilruailnuy" llejcr
(1. Tuo IlawHllmi Mclmlled:
i "Alii Wela!"
b "Alolui Oe!"
7 WultJS "Tho Tj rolcnn" Zeller
S. Miitvli L'uilt'l- the Double Kaulo"
Original bicyclo rhymo will bo
found on the last pngo.
IN THE SUPREME COURT,
HAWAIIAN Miller. "WINp. AN 1M
Anil n Nrw Trliil l OrilrrcdTlio
IIumhIIiiii I. Ion I.nw Ciinitrui'il
In the celobrated assumpsit case
of Allen it ltobiusoti s. F. II.
ltedward and'Hawuiian Lodge of
Fioe & Accoptod Masons, tho Su
prome Court, constituted by Jus
tices Biokerton nnd Froar nnd AV.
It. Castle, has rondored an opinion
and judgment against dtfeudunt
Hedward, butus aguinst the lodgo
a now trial is ordered.
Tho opinion was written by
Justice Froar and concurred in by
tho others. It construes tho pres
ent lion law and will therefore ho
of much interest to contractors
and mechanics. Tho judgmont
was for over ifo'200 against
tho lodgo, which judgmont is now
upset, except as against tho do
fondant liodwnrd who, ha? noth
The decision had to bo sont to
Washington to recoive Mr. Cnstlo's
Tho syllabus roads us follows:
Findings of fact by tho trial
court, jury waived, liko the find
ings of a jury, cannot bo set aside
if thero is sufliciont evidonco to
Payments mado under a build
ing contract by the ownor to a
materialman upou the order of
tho contractor, may by ngrooinont
botweon the contruotor and ma
terialman, and in tho absenco of
nny othor ugroomont with tho
owner, ho applied first to cash
advanced by tho materialman for
labor, ami then to mutoiiula fur
nished. Tho lion provided by statuto in
favor of a subcontractor or ma
terialman is not limited to the
amount payable uiulor tho origin
al contract to the principal con
tractor. An abandonment of tho work
by tho contractor after payment
iu full for tho proportion of work
then dono, is not a bar to tho on
forcomont of a lien for mutoriuls
furnished by a subcontractor bo
foro tho abandonment.
An agreement of tho contractor
to give sufficient evidonco that
tho premises aro froe from liens
and to indemnify tho owner for
paymmts mado in discharging
lions, (loos not estop a material
man from enforcing a lieu.
An assignment to tho mutnria'
man by tho contractor of all
moneys puynblo under tho con
tract, accopted by tho owner
'subject to all tho conditions of
tho contract," doos not estop tho
materialman onforcing a lion.
A materialman is not ontitlod
to a lieu for material which,
though furnished to a contractor
for a building, novor was
incorporated in the building, but
was dolivorod at tho contractor's
shop and h him disposed of for
his own benefit.
Tho notice for a lion for mato
riul furnished by a subcontractor
should show tho nature of the ma
terial for which the lien iscluimod.
Justice Bickortui couours iu
tho decision as follows: "Whilu
fully concurring in the rosult ar
rived at iu tho forogoing opinion,
which 1 feel compollod to do un
der our statuto and tho authori
ties cited, yet 1 fool strongly that
our statuto should bo so
amended ns to snocificallv
limit tho liability of owners
of buildings undor liens filed by
mechanics and mutorialmun, this
having been dono in many of tho
United States and bVing a mattor
which should bo controlled by
ui:Ki:rANiA ti:nm ci.ni
rrojjrani for Sutonliii r,nliii:" lit'
Irrtnltiiiirnl. Following is tho full progiam
f ir tho entertainment of tho l'oro
tauia Tennis Club to bo gioo nt
Y. M. C. A. hall on Saturday tven- ,
ing next. It has been arranged
by Wray Taylor, which is sulb
citnt guarantee of its excellence.
1. lntermoz.o "Sunset" ..Matt
Piano, Miss AtkiiiBon; Violin,
B. L. Marx; Flute, E. Kopke;
Collo, Wray Taylor; Bass, C.
2. Eomance from "Fillo du Eogi-
3. Chorus "Ivo uoo mui la
Y. U. lnstittito.
1. Piano Solo "Pas des Am
.Miss Molly Atkinson.
5. Song "It Must 15oSo"..Abt
Mrs. vV. A. Kinney.
G. Trio" Air d'Egliso do
Piano. Mrs. J. T. Lewis; Violin,
Jos. ltusen; Organ, "Wray Tay
lor. 7. Song "When Thou Art
Mijs Ktilumaiiu Ward.
8. Violin Sulo "Eiegie".. Ernst
9. Song" Lovely Spring"
U. F. Wiehman.
10. Quartetto " Manhattan
Mandolins, V. H. Coney and
Arthur Along; Guitars, T. K.
Honnossoy, L. do L. Ward.
11. Violin Solo " Spring
Song " Mendelssohn
12. Chorus" Hui Au i ka
Y. H. Institute.
An Koiliirlm,- I'nlirlc of .Tlaminry
In Hi-Hint the Sou.
People of Napoopoo.on the Koim
coast, Hawaii, are filled with gra
titudo to Minister J. A. King and
Public Works Suporintoudont
W. E. Itowoll for tho new landing
that has heou completed at that
placo. It was planned for an en
during work, and that seoms to
havo boon accomplished. Alex.
Swanston, ono of tho contractors
who erected tho new market iu
Honolulu, was foreman of tho
work. It consists of a breakwater
and molo built of stono. Whero
.1 .ii ...n :.. ii.n l.:i. i
i iiiu ni-u oruu iu tun iuiu in" uiui,
niaiiiug it iiiniciiii iu wuik uuuih
iii rough woathor.a broak wator of
comont masonry eight feet
hign iind five foot wide was cun
stricted, running out 00 or 70
foot. Bohind this a mole of brok
oti rock was built for a bie.ulth of
oO fout. In tho loe of this solid
structuro thoro is ample room for
two boats tn lio at once, whilo re
ceiving or discharging pabsongors
and freight. It is tho bast wharf
on tho Kona coast. Work wns
startod on July 2 and comploled
on October 20. Tho shippers of
the locality aro olated over hav
ing such a substantial lauding,
and it also must bo regarded by
tho steamer people as a great
Ciiineso mechanics aro making
alterations in tho Y M C A gym
nasium. It is said no whito con
tractors woro asked to figure on
tho job. Japanese laborers arc
doing tho work in alterations on
the stoio fronts of .Tamos Camp
boll's block on FortStreot. Theso
facts form tho loading topic
among whito mochanics today.
They aro asking how long it will
ho until thoy havo to sell out and
leave tho country with their
Thirty-ano oflendors fared
Judgo Perry at tho oponing of
Court this morning.
WHO WILL BE THE WINNER
oi- rm: lit i.i.irnsvs iiicyixi: vo
11ml l I tu- (lucMlon TJinl Niim Ast
llr (In- IMI.1I,. .-mini In -11,1k
Tiio Bur.urriN bicycle contest
has caught tho public fancy to
the exclusion of almost every
other topic. Jt is discussed in .
tailor shops and on buck stands,,
in lawyor's ollices and Chinese '
restaurants, in newspaper oilices-'
and in courts of justice. At
Nulto's rostaurant at noon lodav
oveiyhody was talking about it
and the chances of the various
candidates woro weighed pro and
Four hundred and three votes
were found in the box at noon to
day, which places the total with
in easy reach of tho 2000 mark,
and six additional votes nero re
jected as too old. U. E. Walker
lias incroas-cil his load very slight
ly over ltuby D-xtor as a result of
today's count, whilo H. A. Giles
keeps a closo third. Tho friends
of Miss Phenio King havo been
doing good work for her sinco
yosterday and sho now has a total
of 130 voles. If thoy do as well
for hor tomorrow hIio niny givu
Giles a closo rub for third posi
tion. It is understood that tho
many friends of this popular
young lady uro going to make a
determined eilbrt to put her name
at the head of tho list.
For tho most popular bicyclo
tho Cleveland is still in tho lead
with Bambler socnond nnd the
Tnbuuo gradually catching"up to
II K Walkir C;u
It Dexter ..,
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Mid PIh-iiIi. K'l.i.. Tu..
jatilia Speiu-er. ..".!."!!!"."'.". i,d
(ien Adkiih ' " -i
It (i l.M'ilrlN iji
MIm 11 OI.ni " V
Allen Wnlki-r :ai .
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CIi-m la ml ijic
Kali on y
AtiUOWI. I'KO.ll A VtO.II tl.IIATi:it
Editoii Bulletin: I wish to
tako somo exceptions to tho lettor
published iu your issuo of yester
day, signed C. A. 1). Mr. D.
mtikoa many misstatements. In
tho first place tho contestants in
your bicyclo contest aro not play
ing any "hog game" ns Mr. I),
vulgaily puts it, but aro makiug,
an honest effort to acquire a stock
of wheels, for most of them arc
intending to open stoios and soil
tho pr .es thoy win.
V ith their winning ways, in
dustry, porsevereuuee, porsoual
magnetism, nut ,,hogism," they
cuii iu a year or so, git quite u,
stovo full if tho papors keep the
oontosts going. Theso poor youtg
moil only have five or six wheols
each, and, goodness knows, thoy
Women havo no businoss liding
bikos- It is thoir duty to stay at
homo and mend the torn clothing
of male riders and nurso their
brothers and husbands and
noighbors who got hurt in colli
sions. Let tho boys go nhoad and
win, and biiow the girls undor.
Tho trial of Lo Shai on the,
chaigo of binding tho feet of Lo
! Ken, l.Vyottr-old Chineso girl,is
going on in ma ronco Jeurt