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There are few abnormalities of
which loss seoms to be known
than baldness. Medical men in
general neglocllthe subject, and
tho world is full of bald-beaded
barbers. Therefore tho follow
ing extracts from a paper, written
by a physician for physicians,
will bo road with interest at
least by bnldheadod men. It
was rond beforo ' tho Colorado
Medical Society recontly by J. M.
Blaino, MD, whobasdovotcd much
study to the subject. He says:
Alopecia pvonvitura is that
form of baldness which occurs
prior to middlo life, and may bo
oithor idiopathic or symptomatic.
Tho poriod in lifo at which
promaturo baldness occurs is
usually botwoon tho ages of
twenty-five and thirty-fivo. If an
individual can e.ifoly pups this
critical poriod and retain his bair
intact, the chances aio very favor
able for him to pass on to old age
without any appreciable thinning,
or until tbo ago of alopecia seni
lis (or senilo baldness).
Tho individual hairs, as tlioy
fall out. are rep n cod by others of
it finer calibre, which survive for
a timo and thon givo way toothers
still finer, until thero is nothing
left but fino lanugo hairs, and
whon thoy disappear the scalp is
left baro, shining, and atrophied.
Tho causes which lead to idio
pathic alopocia prematura aro pro
disposing and exciting. Accord
ing to Finous, thero uro only two
predisposing causes: Heredity
and disoaso of the scalp,
such as eczema or impetigo.
Among modorn authorities thero
aro many causes assignod. The
principal onos are: The wearing
of stiff and ill-ventilated hats,
cuusing compression of tbo blood
vessels supplying the scalp, tbo
daily habit of applying water to
the scalp, which combines with
tho sobacoous raattor to form an
emulsion, and clogs the bair fol-
liclos, causing atrophy of the I
I can not attach tbo importance
that somo do to tbo habit of wear
ing stiff bats as being a causative
factor, but tho habit of applying
water to the scalp so frequently
should not bo encouraged.
Whother wo boliovo tho theory
of Darwin as to our anthropoid
ancostry or tho account givon by
Mosos, tbo fact remains tlio samo
that naturo provided the original
man witli hair on bis head and
thoio can bo no reason for tho
hair failing soonor than othor
parts of tlio body, except as a ro
Riilt of bad and unnatural hygi
one. Heredity, which is tho predis
posing; cuuso, I regai d as tho re
sult of succeeding gonorations
practicing tho samo had hygiene.
Somo ton or twolvo years ago J
began a sorios of investigations as
to the chief exciting cause of
prematuro baldness, and subso
quo'nt observations and researches
have only sorvod to couth m my
conclusions, mado at that time,
that tho most froquont cause of
premature bulduess was tbo draw
ing away of nouriabmont from tho
sculp by tho froquont use of tlio
razor on tho faco.
Dr. Blaino has a new and strik
ing thoory to account for pre
It ia a fact so woll known as
scarcely to need repetition hero,
that tho froquont ubo of tho razor
stimulates thu growth of tho beard
to its utmost limit, whereas if it
is allowed to grow nnuiolested,
tlio growth becomes lots and less
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY.
each weok, until, at tho end of six
months or year, tbo growth is
practically imporcoptiblo. My
conclusion, therefore, is : That
the constant drain mado on tho
systom to supply this rapid growth
of tho board draws on tho supply
that should go to nourish tho hair
on tho head, nnd, as a result of a
lack of nutrition, tbo hair-glands
atrophy and thon tho scalp be
comos bound down. This theory,
I think, is reasonable, whon wo
considor the relations oxisting bo
twoon tho blood and norvo-stipply
of tbo scalp and face The blood
supply of the scalp and faco is
obtainod from tho external
carotid artory. Tbo facial
artery branches off near tbo
angle of tho jaw, whilo tbo vossol
finally terminates in tho antorior
and-posterior tomporal arteries,
which supply tho region repre
sented by the aponeurosis of the
occipito-frontailis muscle. The
norvo-supply of this mu9clo is ob
tained from the facial norve.
If a countor-irritant, npplied to
ono part of tho body, will roliovo
a pain or an inflammation of an
other part which is in sympathy
with it, it is oortainly not going
too far to beliovo that a constant
counter-irritation kept up on tho
faco will, in time, draw away from
tho scalp a part of its nourish
ment, and the hnir-glands, being
tbo last to receive thoir supply,
are naturally tho first to suffer.
Clinically, this thoory can, I
think, be demonstrated beyond a
Tho dootor gives somo striking
facts to sustain his thoory:
Idiopathic prematuro baldness
is almost, if nut altogether, un
known among women. The rea
son generally assignod is that
thoir head-pear is lightorand bet
tor ventilated, and they do not
have tho hair clipped so often as
mon, or use so much wator on it.
Tho roal roason for this difTerouce,
1 maintain, is the fact that naturo
did not provide womon with a
board, bonce tbo countor-irrita-tion
of shaving is unnecessary and
the hair of the head is allowed its
normal amount of nourishment.
All savago nations who practice
epilation, or plucking tho board,
through succeeding gonorations
havo curao to be practically a
boardloss raco, and among all
thoso idiopatbio prematuro bald
ness is unknown. Dr. . Holder,
fonnorly physician to tho Crow
Indians, in Montana, in speaking
of tho disoases among Indians,
says: "Baldboads are unknown,
even though syphUitio alopooia
prevails. Peculiarities of hair are
to be noted its absonco on tho
bodies, its scant growth on mou's
facos, its luxuriant growth on
their hoads.1' Tho inhabitants of
the islands of tbo Pacific Ocean
aro practically a beardless raco,
and their heads aro woll coverod.
Tho Chiuoso aro almost beardless,
but nevor bald.
Dr. Blaino points out that tho
races which shave tbo f.ico are
tho mostiifllicti'dwith baldness:
I think it may bo stated ns a
fact, without mueh fenr of con
tradiction, that the Anglo-Saxon
raco is pre-eminently tbo ono
whore buldnoss is most common.
There must hu a leason for all
this, and I boliovo that it is on
account of our devotion to fashion
and a desire to make our facus
handsome at tho expense of our
heads. F do not wish to bo under
stood as saying that hhaving will
produoo b.tldues8 in ovory indi
vidual; 1 am only spoaking of
thoso who havo prodispos-tion to
baldness. Thero aro many whom
naturo has'so abundantly sunpliod
with hair that no amount of
abu3u will lessen its growth.
Again, you must not confound
symptomatic and idiopathic bald
noBS, for many men who do not
shave loso their bair as a rosult of
Ho gives tbo following goneral
directions for tho treatment of
Tf a patient present himself
before tniieb loss of hair has taken
place, 1 iiIwiivh advise him, ns a
( 'oitlinueil nn 'illi ywyc
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DECEMBER 9. 1895.
THE TUG ELEU CAME BACK
AFTKIt tNriti:i( ,omi
Saw no chnoiier,Sniiii:glor or Opium
mul Ilrouctit Only u lll'uiiHt vtl Lot
or Ctiatoiua Olllcnr.
Tho tug Elou with commandor
Macaulay and a lot of soa-sick
customs officers on board dockod
at tbo tug's usual berth, Waikiki
of the Mail wharf.at 4 o'clock this
morning. Some of tho boys who
camo off tirod and sick from their
two days' cruiso complained of
bad accommodations and that thoy
bad to shovol coal during tho
There is littlo doubt that the
strange schooner which tho Elou
was sent after was tho Loni,
mentioned exclusively in Satur
day's Bulletin, as she seoms to
hnyo disappeared from tho Coast
entirely. A San Francisco papor
of November 19th notes tho re
turn to that city of tho rovonuo
outter Perry from a cruiso along
the coast which lasted four days.
Tho object of her cruiso was a
secret, but it was stated that sho
was on the lookout for a northern
scboonor, tlio naturo of wIiobb
business tho Government desires
to learn. Thero can bo no doubt
that it was tho samo echooner
which had sailed from Vaucouvor
under the name of tho Lena a few
days boforo and which tho Los
Angeles and San Diego authorities
bad been warned to look out for.
The scboonor evidently sailod
for thoso islands diroct and
of course would not bo
seen by tho U. S. revenue cut
tor. From information received by
tho Bulletin on Saturday ovou
ing it may bo stated without fear
of contradiction that whon the
Boboonor readies thoBO islands
she will bo known as tbo Hen
rietta and that tho amount of
opium sho has on board very
closely approximates ono ton, or
very noariy 20,000 pounds, which
will make a vory nico haul for the
Custom House pooplo when they
Tho sohoonor bus probably ar
rived, depositod her valuablo
cargo in somo safo and securo
spot and wijl roappoar on the
Pacific Coast in tbo same trim and
andor tbo same name as whon she
left Vancouver. What sho did or
where she wont in tho moantimo
will not bo of as much intorest to
Uncle Sam as to Collootor Castle.
Doputy Collector General Mc
Stocker, in answer lo a Bulletin
reporter, stated that tho tug bad
gone out to catch ulna, and had
returnod with ono specimen of
that fish on board.
A privato letter rocoived from
Kauai states that a strnnuo
schooner was seen coasting around
at sovoral points, and tliut the
tugboat was soon in search of tho
stranger. Tho question is sug
gested why the officials of Kauai
couldn't do anything to catoh a
smuggling craft uucii cruisin
about that island.
Lml Nlnlil'a i:urt In, nuke.
Two shocks of earthquake last
night made many pooplo jump out
of bod in a hurry. Tlio firfrt took
placo at 11:05 p. m. nnd was
liardiy porcoptible. Tho bocond
and heavier one occurred at 11:10
and lasted about fifteen seconds.
It was more in tlio naturo of a
continuous tremor than the usual
oscillating motion. It was sovero
enough to awaken most of those
who woro asloop and to oauso con
siderably rattling among crockery.
Many docks woro stopped nnd
light Articles knocked ovor, hut no
other damacii is roportod. The
shocks woro felt all ovor tho isl
and, but appear to havo boon
heaviest in the lower part of the
rotiici: counr m:ws
lit form era
The first business transacted by
Judgi I'urry this morning was the
disposition of tho casos of eight
drunks who apparently folt thn
neod of a "bracer" after tbo
offocts of thoir Saturday night's
dohauch. Six of them woro natives,
one I'uvUignoso nnd onowhito man.
Tlioy all got off with tho usual
fino of $2 and costs.
Alico Nakca and William Mnnn,
two truants, pleaded guilty and
sontenco wna susponded on pro
mise of bottor behavior.
Tlio libol chargo against Okiti
whioh has been banging fire for
several weoks was called up today
and a nolle pros, onterod. W. S.
Edings was engaged to nssist tho
prosecution and S. K. Kano for
Police Oflicor Cordos and his
informers mot with another
Watorloo today in the caso of
Keawo, arrested for soiling swipos
on Novembor 22d. Tbo testimony
showed that Cordos put up his
usual job of furnishing raonoy to
his informers to purchaso liquor
of parties whom bo suspected.
This time ho gavo Kiki and Mai
ola twonty-fivo cents nnd a tin
can to purchaso swipes. Tho in
formers sworo that they obtainod
the stuff at Keawo's liotiso in tin
neighborhood at Engine House
No. 5, whilo Cordes was in wait
ing at tho g-ito to rocoivo it as
usunl. Whon the cm was brought
out all hands took . drink and a
small portion of the stuff was bot
tled up nnd analysed. This timo
Cordos had taken tho precaution
to socuro a warrant of arrost in
odvanoo of tbo commission of the
crime, which is ono of tho many
quoor proceedings of which that
officer seems capable of. For tho
defense Kouwe donied positively
that he had made or sold the
liquor or that ho was in tho habit
of doing so. He sworo that ho
was at homo with his wlfo and
child, having boen sick for two
weoks previous to bis arrest.
Judgn Porry evidently believed
ho was tolling tho truth for he
found him not guilty of the
chnrgo to tbo intonso chagrin of
the arresting officer.
AT TIIK CIHOVH.
Hnudreda of Children Turned Away
on Saturday Afternoon.
Long beforo 3 o'clock on Satur
day afternoon every seat in tbo
circus tent was occupied by
childron of all sizos and ages with
a fair sprinkling of parents and
guardians. And they enjoyed
themsolvos to their hbarts' contont.
Who does not remoniber tho ira
prossions of tbo first circus bo or
sho over attondod? It is ono of
the fow oarly ones that remain in
doliblo through afte lifor. And
with most of tho children who
woro prosout last Saturday it wss
thoir first circus. And every
thing pleased them and was u
source of wonder ns it wuh to thoir
futbor and mothers years ugo.
Fully fiftoon mlnutos boforo tho
timo announced for tho matiuoe
to commonce ovory neat wns occu
piod and mon had to be stationed
outside to inform late comers that
thoy could not possibly got in.
And bosides this many ponple
kept thoir children away knowing
that tho circus would bo crowded.
In view of tho many obildran who
wore disappointed on Saturday it
has been suggested that Mr.
Wirth give an oxtra matinee on
The big tout was again crowded
to its utmost at tho ovoning per
formance and tbo program seemed
to pleaso evoryone, judging from
tho froquont applauso. Ono of
tho Bonnington's boys more than
got tbo worth 'of his money, bo
Bides with tho help of tho down
troating tho nudionco to an act not
down on tho program. Nigel
Jaokson won tbo nriza for the best
amateur rider and will probably
Boon essay somo baro-back feats.
Tho i I'lforiuanco wan up to lis
usual excellence and will bn to
pouted t night at 8.
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llnnk Auiilnat tliaClbaoii "
Volnoy V. Ashford, by his at
torneys, Paul Noumann and
Charlos Creighton, has filed an
answer of general denial to tho
complaint of Almira M. Kahanu
nui, and given notico that for
part of his defense he will rely on
tho statuto of frands.
Defendants in tho suit of
Bishop's Bank against tho Gibson
Estate, by thoir solicitor, Paul
Neumann, mako answor ndmitting
all tbo allegations oxcopt ono
sotting forth that thero is immi
nent danger that tlio livo stock
will bo sold or removed without
accounting therefor. This is
specifically denied, and tho attor
r.oy for plaintiffs, W. A. Kinnoy,
stipulates that this auswor shall
bo doomed Sufficient without iia
boing signed by the defendants,
also waives verification of tlm
answer by defendants.
Cocil Brown, guardiau of W.
C. Line, has potitinned for loave
to sell roal estate of the ward. It
is tho rico lands at Koolauloa
which Mr. I.ano agroed to sell to
Senator Hoekiugof Maui for $10,
000. Among tho reasonsgivon for
the sale of tho land, it is said that
the ward desires to havo his son,
James C. Lano. troated by u spo
oialist in San Francisco, for the
euro of injuries roceived from a
violont blow on the head about a
Tho oxeoutors of tho will of O.
O. Borger havo filed their account
with a petition for discharge. Bo
coipts nro $47,252 2'J and pay
luents $47,310.72. The trial bul
unce of testator's books shows a
oredit to profit und loss account of
Judgo Magoon ordered a de
fault entered against Chu Sam of
Kailua, under proceedings for
bankruptcy brought by Thoo. H.
Davios&Co., and tho hearing was
continued until tomorrow.
F. A. Sohaofor, guardian of the
minor children of Hnrmnnn Tin I.
stoin, decoasod, has filed bis final
Hccount, showing receipts of
$980.42 and paymontH of $381,
leaving a balance of $599.42.
Cril.1E.SE LIQUOR SL'OF.
Llcenao llnderLlmltatlonaN'o Urlukj
An application from the firm of
Wing Wo Chan Company for li
conso to start a liquor retail storo
has boon dooidod by tho Govern
ment in favor of tho applicant.
Tho liconse has beon issued to tho
personal namo of T. Kat Poo,
but, although tho saloon licenso
feo of ono thousand dollars is
paid, tlio storo to bo opened under
it will not bo a saloon. Condi
tions aro inserted in tho license
that no sale of loss than a
bottle or more than a gallon of
liquor can bo mado, and only tbo
Chinese liquor known as Hamshu,
or rico wine, is tube kept for salo.
This colestial bovorage is not kept
by rotail liquors, othorwiso, it is
learned, tho Govemmont would
not have granted this spocial
liconso. As, also, this ono makos
tho limit in numbor the Govern
ment has set on rotail liquor
licenses, thorn in I it lid nrnlmlillitu
of any moro Rtloons boing started
m nonoiuiu lor a wiiuo.
Two ChincBo giunqlers wero
fir.od $10 and costs and threo
othois lot iff.