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EVENING BULLETIN, MAY 28,189G.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH
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LOK'aI-HKl'OKT IN I'l'.HNO.V
DUciidkIoiim Itlailr KerrlBcrntcd Meat
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YOU HAD . '.".
Tho '"regular meeting of tho
Bonn! o Health took placo yos
tordny afternoon, all tho niombers
and officers being present except
'Dr. Wood and tho Attorney Gen
eral. Tho usual reports from tho
slaughterhouse nml uudor tho Act
to Mitigato wero rccoived nnd
Tho ronding of a lettor fiotn
Dr. Miiwvoll to tho Metropolitan
Meat Company, concerning his
examination of tho refrigoratiug
room at the icoworks brought up
a discussion. In his letter Dr.
Maxwell Btated thoro was nothing
in tho room which could givo off
any odor to the moat except tho
tarred paper in tho wall. Tho
odor porcoptiblo in tho .meat was
vory slight and tho matter com
municated was not injurious to
DrJDaysaid ho had investigated
tho complaints made and thought
the troublo came from tho tarred
uaner. This could easilv be
remedied by a coat of shellac or
some other impervious varnish.
Member Drown Baid, ho had
made a personal investigation and
thought tho tarred paper was tho
cause of tho odor coinplainodsof.'
Dr. Alvarez said in his opinion
tho tarred paper had nothing to
do with it. Mo had investigated
tho matter at tho request ot Mr.
Hoffman and had arrived at tho
conclusion that tho odor was duo
to bacilli in tho baudust. He
suggested that the sawdust be
burned and tho room disinfected
with steam. Ho found nothing
to injurious public health.
Member Brown suggested that
if that was thecaBo tho remedying
of tho troublo v. as a matter that
concerned ouly the Meat Com
pany and the Ico Works, and tho
Tho Special Committee of tho
House of Representatives which
visited tho Lopor Settlement last
.weekmado their appearance at
this juncture, and Hep. Hanuna
presented the following results of
iuu tuimiiuigB UJUL yuupiu lit
tne settlement aud conversed with
them. 'Certain things wore learn
ed especially from Makakoa and
Kamauu, who wero leaders of the
lepers, the gist of which is as fol
lows: 1. That a homo for non-leprous
molo children bo oroctqd at the
settlement, similar to tho Kapio
lani Homo for girls.
2. That tho letters of lepers be
allowed to go freo of postage
0. That friends and relatives ot
tho lepers bo allowed to visit the
settlement onco a year.
4. That, thoro bo a landing at
5! "That postal monoy orders he
paid at Kalaupapa and not at Mr.
Meyer's place. The present sys
tem resulted in delay in recoipt of
0. 'J,1ha,t a ration q food and, an
allowance of clpthing bo allowed
tho children of theisettlemout.
7. That tho comoterios bo
. That empty bags, and .other
containers bo furnished tho lepers
freo of charge.
9. That a tea and coffee houso
bo opened at Kalawao.
10. That a shed bo erected
alongside, tho storehouse in order
to shelter people from the weather,
wmio receiving tneir rations.
11. That tho lepers, bo furnished
with Dr. Goto'a remedies and a
bng of c,oal apiece.
12. Thka,bdth houso bo oroot
ed at Kalaupapa, justns at Kala
wnx., 13. That tho resident superin
tendent nnd his assistant bo ro
moved from oflice.
14. That rations bo distributed
in a moro equal manner. It is
complained that rjeoplo taking
flour do not get tho full allowance
to tho cost of 50 cents. Other
things' should bo given, such as
sugar or baking powder, to make
up tho quantity
15. ' rJLMt tlio Board of Health
commence to cultivate tho, land,
and that taro bd planted in places
where such could bo raised.
If you need nny moro of those
that wo offered you during our salo for
''"Vo have gono through our reserve stock and found just twenty piece's no more,'no less and to
close these out wo will placo theso TW J5IS3 TY PIECES on Sfll at
3- This offer cannot be duplicated by any ono in town, so you had better hurry.
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Cotton Crepes, 14 yards, from 35c up I J )f JfC vKi f I soz!s 'saoI00 W 'dn 0 m0Ji sIAVUlIS WS
A J? I I $
yry ' $ v' -
Iwakami, Robinson Block,
HOTEL STREET. '
1G. That thn lnnnr bo allowed
to form musses and Inal an ablo
bodied man bo appointed to bo at
tho bond of each of theso for tho
purposo of propnring food for tho
Bop. Illinium, continuing, said
that tho coinmittco had discusHed
tho matter and decided to present
tho following recommendations to
1. That a bnth Iumho bo erect
ed at Knlnupnpa. lJrobnbly a
tliousand dollars would bo enough
for tho orection of tho houso.
2. That enough food stuff out
side of flour ho T?rn out as
rations to uiako itp'tho CO cents'
worth dealt out tn white roon at
'). Thntu homo fur non luprous
boys bn em t
i. That some tnonty or moro
plnc bo established for mosses.
5. Thnt a nlii'd or pvF bo erect
ed niMDgbidn the storehouse w'horo
rations aro ifirtiio-l.
After n pnT"' '-""ssion on
tho points brought out in tho re
port, which was participated in by
nearly nil thoso present, the Board
went into executive potion nt 5:15
la Thnt "o.
Like everything olso beer can
bo madb in variuuts us. Some
brewers aro constantly figurine
on how cheap they can brow. Of
course they hpII thoir product at a
very low figure, but is it puro?
Is it healthy? Soalllo beer is
browed fiom tho vory best hops
that aro grown. A visit to the
Criterion Saloon where this
beverage is on tap will convince
Postal cards in chock-book
form aro to bo introduced in
Franco. Eaoh card has a stub on
which tho sender can make a
memorandum of tho message, and
he can have tho carl nnd ufnh
stamped nt tho postolHco so that
mu uuiiuBiJuuuujiuu cuii uo VOri-
A. J. Dorby, D.D.S., Dontal
oflice Cottigo No. 100, Alakoa
3troot, tolpphono No. G15 Oflice
hours 9 A m. to 4 P.M.
"Call papa, I want to say good
night" and "I'll take care of you"
aro tho titlos of two very pleasing
pictures in King Bros.' . ow win
dow. Go to tho "Washington Feed Co.
for fresh hay, grain and feed.
No. 51, Fort street. Telephone
422. P. O. Box 4G3. Prompt
Tho most popular beor in Ho
nolulu. bucIi in tho vpvdiVt on all
sides when it to como to Seattle
Beer on tnp and in bottles nt the
Mechanics' nmo, corner Hotol
and JNuuunu streets, lodging by
day, woek or month. Terms: 25
and 50 contB por night' $1, and
$1 25 por week.
Sterling, tho painter, is pro
pared to quoto prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and comont. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho
nolulu. City Curringo Co., J. S. And.
rndo, manager. It you want a
hack with good horso and enro
ful drivor ring up Telophono 118,
oorner of Fort nnd Merchnnt
streets". Hack at all hours.
In olden times barley was used
as a moat perfect strength givor.
Tho vory best barley made into
tho vory best malt is' used by tho
Soattlo Browing Co. in thoir
famous Soattlo beer, on tap at the
Honolulu's warm climato iB
conducive of thirst to a greater
degree than that of a colder zono.
.Tho average business man lodes
also, to a degree, tho amount or
energy and nervous forco common
onough in tho bracing air of
American cities. Theso two phases
of our olimate make it moro
necessary than elsewhere to stim
ulate tho system with an invigor
'ant. No rrioro healthful or purer
stimulus, or 'ono nloro delightful
to tho palate, can bo found, than
Pabst Milwaukee beor. It is a
doliciouB drink nn,d is constantly
on draught at tho Cosmopolitan,
Pacific1 and tljo Royal.
nvi alUnfferlng with TlirJt, Lung or Wafting Dlhcawj
etvuiatu uurm,crGni, AMOnii. or ncrvoni iwdii.
ttr, tui.. will u (trail umpto bottki of 1)11. OOR.
IJIN'8 blI0(X)tjAJi! KMUlSlDN lot trial Call t
loroo. liniLisTca Iirng in,, Honolulu, u. I,
Vileea u 1'aUtabl u Mlai or Uomj-.
SubHorlba fc r, he Evknio Bul
letin, 75 oonts per month.
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