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Vol. III. No. 549.
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897.
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Telephono 250. P. O. Box 89.
B. L. FINNEY, Manager.
Many people, after a long spell of
''oppressive) heat, suffer from lassl-
tudc, loss of spirits, and a general
"run down" feeling. Theynocd a
courso of Aycr's Sarcnparilla, a
mcdlciuo which has revived and
restored to active llfo and health
thousands of such sufferers. A lady
recently returned to England from
' South Africa writes concerning this
"While in Capo Town tho pasb
summer I suffered greatly from tho
.long-continued heat I was com
;plctely woin out; my blood seemed
to becomo as thin as water, and I
lost nil energy and Interest in llfo.
My friends recommended Aycr's
SarsapariHa, nud a courso of this
wonderful medicino restored my
liealtli nnd spirits. My husband Buf
fered in tho satno way as I did,
though not to such an extent, and
Iio also was greatly benefited from
i tho uso of ""
AVER'S PILLS, MILD BUT EFFECTIVE.
Hollister Drug Co., Ltd.
Bolo Acents for the Republic of Hnwnii.
jA Kl lAGT3
John Comraaucho having leased
from D. MeKmizIo the i)remlnes,
known as the NEW MARK13T RES
TAURANT, next Mills' Grocery
Btore, on Merchant Street, will take
charge and open out with a full sup
ply of eatables. '
tW Ordinary board. 21 tickets for
flT" Game auu roultry at transient
rates. Call and nee me.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1082 King Stroet.
S fc A Qulut, IJomolilso Tlace, when) Trained
( JJ Nurses, Mnsiac?, "Swedish Movcmont,"
' Hatha, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. B. KELLOGG, M.J)
Telephone 039. Superlutondonl.
' tmJts i MiAimtJ ii wiffiL, ,..s-&,' 1 i-
PIAKIN A ItlU'OItT ON HIS Tltll'
A II IIO Alt.
Oiiiiiiiiiil.niin una ItcroiiiinpiKliill.ini.
Miulo lo lln.pltal rril.tenN nil
Hint ItP Siiw on III Trip.
"When Superintendent Ecknrdt
of. th Quuon'd Hospitnlwis away
ou bib vacation hurt year h wait
od n number of hospitals in va
rious citios iu tho United States
for tho purpose of picking up any
now ideas which might be utilized
in the homo institution. Tho re
sult of his observations has been
embodied in n writton report of
some longth to tho Board of
Trustees, which has had it under
consideration for somo time. Tho
report contains much of general
interest and is printed below:
F. A. Soiiaefer, Esq.,
Secretary Queen's Hospital.
Deak Silt: My recent visit to
California and tho East has given
mo somo experience iu hospital
work, and I think it is my duty to
lny boforo you a fow suggestions.
m';c!i, if found practicable, will
cortainly improve nud facilitato
tho service at tho Queou's Hospi
tal. I havo visited tho following hos
pitals iu San Fruncibco: Tho
Gorman, Trench, Luuo, St. Luke's,
Wuldeck, Marino, Receiving and
tho Children's; in Oakland tho
Fabiola and Taylor; in Alamedn,
the Alameda County Infirmary; in
Omaha, tho Presbyterian nnd tho
Croighton Momorial,nud in Balti
more tho Johns Hopkins and tho
City Hospital or 15 hospitals in
Tho hospitals which in my opin
ion can bo compared to tho
Queen's Hospital, as far as tho
woik in a hospital is concerned,
nro tho German, French and Fabi
ola in California, tho Presbyterian
and Creightou in Omaha nud tho
JohiiB Hopkins and City Hospital
iu Baltimore; the otheiB mention
ed aro either freo to all comers or
I find that charges aro about as
follows: For gonoral ward 810 a
wook or S2 a day nnd for private
roomB S20 a wook and upwards,
and patients have- to pay for ouo
full week, whether tlioy remain
ouo or sovgu. days. In tho Ger
man and Fronuh hospitals, a re
duction ismado to members of tho
rospectivo societies nnd thoy aro
charged at tho rato of 88 a week
in tho general wards and S2 a day
in privato rooms. A ohargo of
from S25 to S7G is made for all
operations in theso hospitals, and
dressings in surgical caBes are
charged oxtra jn somo hospitals,
ae well as medicines and oxtra
Tho staff usually consists of vis
iting physicians, resident physi
cian, druggist, superintendent and
housekeeper, and somo omploy a
bookkeopor besides. Whore a
training school is connected with
the hospital, a superintendent of
nurses is employed, in othors a
About two thirds of the beds
woro occupied on my visits, ex-
copt in the last threo hospitals,
which wero taxed lo their full
Vory much nttontion is paid to
tho operating rooms; thoy are all
constructed in such a manner that
ceiling, walls and floor can be
Hushed with a hose and iu almost
all hospitals nro located on tho
upper floor with a skylight abovo
the operating table. As wo only
have ono room, in which surgical
dressings of all kinds liavo to bo
done, and as several important
operations have of late years beon
performod hero, it nppoars to bo
very necessnry that tho Queon's
Hospital should havo a iirat-olass
operating room as soon as possi
ble. A great deal of prido is taken in
the steam laundries, in which
ovory piece of clothing of pationts,
as well as shoots, pillowcases,
( jjfli.. .alAaAjtu ,.t l.lA.i'rtj;
towels, etc,, is disinfected boforo
it goes to tho laundry proper.
With ft dynamo largo enotiub to
BUpply tho hospital with electric
light, a Himill steam engine could
drive the machinery necessary for
a good laundry.
1 think that a charge of 825 or
$50 should be mndn in all cases
ulinro a patient comes to tho hos
pital for operations, anil if ho or
wlie is attended by tho hospital
physicians' they should bo allowod
to make a chargo for their aervioes
at Buch operations. Heretofore
privato room patients have paid
only 82.50 a day and have not
only had tho nttontion of tho hos
pital physicians. diessingH and
uso of instruments fieo of charge,
but often also the ontiro timo of
ono of our nurses for a week or
Our elevator could be made
much inoro useful than it is at
present; electricity or perhaps
wator from our big tank could bo
used as motive power and by this
tho climbing of Btairs could bo
dono away with to a creat extent.
Wo aro sadly in need of one or
two moro wards for native men;
this part of tho hospital haB been
so crowded for some time that it
is impossible to keep it aB clean
as hospital wards should be. All
tho iloors need painting, which in
next to impossible to do at pres
I would respectfully recom
1. Thnt a modern opernting
room tie provided.
2. That two wards with 10 or
12 beds oaoh bo added to the main
3. That ono more trained
nnrdo bo added to 'tho present
1. That pal tents be charged for
one full week 7 days, whether
they remain ono" or seven days iu
5. Thatchurges h "fixed of
si.ou a ue.y ior general ward ami
S,j a nay for foreigners m private
rooms; SI a day in general ward
and S2 in private roomc to charit
able sociotics nud 75 cents a day
for Chinese nud Japanese.
(5. That a charge of 825 ln made
for nil operations and u further
chargo of 820 a wook in enses
ihoro ono of our nurses has to bo
iu constant attendanco upon such
7. That the hospital physicians
bo allowed to chargo for their timo
ut such operations, whou patients
uro able to pay.
8. That our olevator bo recou
stiucted so that it can be run by
electricity or hydraulic prcssnto.
I understand that tho Board of
Trustees has under consideration
tho building of a cottage for con
sumptivos; will you allow mo to
point out to you a few essentials
in connection thoiewith ?
It would, in my opinion, bo
ueoo&baiy to havo four a aids and
at loast ouo privato room in such
buildiug, as it would require a
ward each for white male and fo
mulo and ouo each for native
inalo and fomalo pationts nud a
privato room for such cases as can
not be placed in a gonernl ward.
Besides this thoro should bo a
closet, bathroom, nurses' room
and linen closot, aud it would re
quire two extra nurses, ouo for
clay and ono for night duty. Tho
rules nnd regulations of tho hos
pital at present provide for visit
ing hours daily from 11 a. m. to
1 p. in.; ns many peoplo can not
come until after 5 p. m., I res
pectfully ask that tho hours bo
changed to "fiom 1 to 7 p. m."
and that the visits of children bo
prohibited, excopt by special per
mibsion. Much nnnoyanco to patients is
caused ovory Sunday and Holy
day, by roligious services hold in
the hospital, and, as wo have a
chapel which can bo usod for such
purposes, I think that chairs or
benches might bo provided for
said chapel and that all Borvicos
should bo held thorn horeaftor.
In visiting tho hospitals men
tioned herein, as well as insano
asylums, almshouses and orphan
ages, I havo boen treated with tho
utmost courtesy and considera
tion, and I am indebted to tho
porsoi.al frioiulshin of ninny phv-
oioiann for vnluablo information.
iv -ta j? i- -A
Trusting that tho nbovo may
meot with tho approval of tho
Board of Trustoos.
I urn, defir sir, vory rospeotfnlly,
Johannes F. Eokaudt,
Superintendent Queen's Hospitnl.
t'Ml'HI NT us l'l. tM'I.SU.
II l C'lllKlx-il I1 nil i:x-.llln!t.i-f
MovrKEAi.. Quebec , February
15. O. O. Colby, ex-Canadian
Cabim t Aliuutor, who has re
lurnuu from uu extrusive trip
through the United States, says
that Un dofocttvencss of the
United Slates' untiniml bank bys
tom is responsible for much of
tho depression that bus beon
noticeable of late. Tho system
doos not meet present require
ments, tho banks being precluded
from gjviug the upcecinry accom
modations to move crops, etc.,
hence the many failures that have
been exploited. Tho silver agita
tion waH an outcome of the lack of
banking facilities adequato to tho
needs of tho country.
He says ho has information that
President - elect McKinley has
given carto blaueho to a Chicago
banker to prepare a scheme which,
if aceoptnblo, will bo worked out
by tho Secretary of the Treasury
and submitted to Congress. Ho
believes that the Cnuadiau system
of bauiis, MitU !u.nL Cuiit! and
branches in different contern of
tho country aud powor to issue
currency guaranteed by tho Gov
ernment, will, to a certaiu oxtont,
'iii5: Asiatic: MiUAinio.v
CliiiMxe l Olllcrrt In tho I'lillril
Advices from Yokohama ara to
tho oitect that tho following
changes heve been made in tho
peibojiijol of thii-nuit. oompiisiug
tho United States Anintio squad
ron: Lieutenant Lucion Young of tho
Detroit relieves Liuutounnt E. J.
Dorn of the Boston, and Lieuten
ant Dorn relieves Lioutouaut S.
W. B. Diohl of the Machias, who
goes to tho Detroit.
From the Bostou lo tho Mono
cacy, F. B. Hodges nnd T. S. Wil
son; Yorktown to tho Dotroit, 0.
M. Knoepor; Yorktown to tho
Machias, V. Nelson; Detroit to tho
Boston, John Gibson aud Henry
A. Pear8ou; Dotoit to tho Mono
caoy, D. F. Hutchinson; MuuhiiiB
to the Dotroit, James O. Gillmoro
nnd Ensign Pollock; Monocney to
the Yorktown, S. Morgan; Mono
cacy to the Detroit, O. B. Brittain;
Boton to tho Yoiktown, Dr. J. E.
All Orilliiiinrn Mill lie rmornlily Ho
IiiirK'il ( Hit SiiprrvlKorn.
Those supervisors who beloug
to tho hospital committee of tho
Board of Supervisors have decid
ed to recommend to tho board to
morrow afternoon tho adoption of
what is known as tho nuti-expect
oration ordinance, siiya-li Iato San
Francisco Call. This provides a,
penalty for expectorating upon
tho sidewalks or on tho iloors of
public buildings. Tho ordinanco
ns roforied to tho committee con-,
tuined a provision against expect
orating in tho streetcars. This
provision waB stricken out by tho
committee. Tho maximum ponal
ty for oxpectorating on sidewalks
nud in public buildings will bo
$25, if tho ordinanco is finally
adoptou. A similar ordinance is
now iu forco at Sacramento.
Slllol Mlk!l NIIUhIII
E. W. Jordan's big silk reduc-
duction Bale has provon a winner
this weok and no wondor. Tho
Japauoso Bilks aro going as low rb
lUo. a yaru, colored bukb nnu
moires aro reduced 75 por cont.,
and tho black and colored satins
that formorly sold at 81 aro now
offered nt 25o. Saturday, Maroh G,
is positively tho last day that you
cap securo theso oxtrnordiuary
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH
ANonini imm'i.smo.v o. ri iti:it-1
CII'I.CISIH AMI UAIUlr.N.
Dr. liny lilvou 1'nll I'nucr In tlir J
Cnc of JniMiiiPkn Itnurniilliio
At yesterday's mooting of tho
Board of Health the usual reports
of Dr. Monsarrat and Inspector
Keliipio wore received, read und
The petition of Dr. Thompson
of Kohula was granted. Tho
doctor wants four moutliB loavo
of nbsenco and permission to
loavo Dr. Archer Irwin iu his
President Cooper reported that
ho had examined the law relating
to condemnation of live stock nud
was in doubt whether it convoyed
sufficient authority to order the
destruction of tuberculous cattle.
Tho raattor would bo givou fur
Ihor consideration by the com
mitteo. Dr. Wood reported thnt in con
junction with Dr. Day ho had
prepared statistics of the death
.no from consumption iu Hono
lulu for tho past ton years. No
increase was shown but the death
rate was steady, tho victims being
principally HuwaiiaiiB aud Abia
tics. Dr. Wood made an extended
statemont on the offoriH uinde
in othor countries to stamp out
tuberculosis iu cattle. He also
staled that both Dr. Day nnd him
self had arrived at tho conclusion
that it was tho immediate duty
tho Board oE Health to take pi o
per measured to eradicate the
tliseiisu here. If thq law was w
sufiicieut to authorize tho examin
ation and coi'domuntiou of tubor
culous cattlo thon stops should bo
taken ut once to change tho lnw.
Dr. Day reported tho cbbo of
Gorman measles nt tho qunruutino
station ou Mondny; also that a
second caso had been found just
beforo tho Board convened. Iu
nnswor to a question by Presulout
Cooper tho Port Physician replied
thnt tho Customs' investigation as
to tho regularity of tho ontranco
of tho immigrants to this country
ucod not bo deferred. Thoro was
110 need of those carrying ou tho
investigation coming iu diroct con
tact with the immigrants.
Tho Boaid accepted an invita
tion to tho opening of tho Ohiueso
A.VMK III SAM' CO Til .
Will Lecture on 'riieowiipuy In All
' Hit) Lnrice C'lll-.
Mrs. Annio Besant will arrivo
in Now York oarly in March.
Sho will remain in tho United
States for six mouths' and will
visit all tho larger citios during
hor stay, The lectures sho will
deliver will bo an exposition of
thoosophy, and sho will also rolato
somo of her experiences in her
journey thiongh India, whence
sho is now returning.
Mrs. Boanut's visit is made on
tho invitation of tho Theosophical
Society, Amoricau section, and it
is announced that it will not, as
has boon orroneoiiBly stated, havo
any connection with tho collogo
for tho study of tho anciont myB
torios that is to bo shortly estab
lished in California uudor tho
cuidanco of Mrs. Cathorino A.
Tingley and hor supporters.
Tlit Illb (Mil Sale.
Tim Tomplo of Fashion oponod
thoir big Ribbon S&lo this morn
ing and if tho crowd of ladies thnt
attended today is any criterion tho
snle will prove an immense suc
cess. High class ribbons nro
selling as low ns Co., and goods
that wero formorly $1 aro now
marked 25o. Tho salo will con
tinue tomorrow nnd Snturdny
... ..iJMaiiEiiuVij.. .1. ;oIBaK!h.JXl.ata A A -JM WM
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
Tiinn: ih.umh.vs ov ihk uii.
wav ciAit.MMit:i: O.M-.
.Srrvle" of M 11 in 111 n 11 li.r PuMIciIIihi ,
IIitJsIciii In Circuit Confi
M'Hl-rrn CJooilnle'n i;.,tnlc.
William W. Goodale petitions
for letters of udmiuistintion 011
tho estate of his Into father, War
leu Goodaln, which is valued at
8U100. Tho heirs aro threo sous
and two daughters.
Judge Perry has rendered judg
ment for tho defendant in tho
debt caso of Pelaui, trustee, vs.
iurs. linuui I'aeie, administratrix.
Ho finds that plaintiff wns
treasurer of nu Ewa mouoy lend
ing partnership, but nu unincor
porated company caunot suo by
tiustees. All the members of tho
partnership would havo to join as
plaintiffs. Johnson for plaintiff;.
Kane aud Kahookauo for defend
ant. The Supremo Court has render
ed an opinion on tho case of
James J. Byrne vs. John Allen,
Henry Allen, Henry Rhodes, W.
H. Lambert, A. Peek, B. F.
Dillingham and tho Ouhu Rail
way and Laud Company. Chief
Justice Judd writes tho prevailing
opinion, in wiiicli JiiBtico Whiting
concurs with limitations not
affecting tho result. The cleciniou
is that tho appeal of tho plaintiff
is sustained aud tho caubo is utut
back to tho Circuit Judge for
further proceedings. Judge Per
ry of tho Circuit Court, who sat
iu place of Justice Frcnr, disqun
lified.renderfl a dissenting opinion.
Tho plaintiff by u croditor'3 bill
Bought in equity to have propeity
of the principal defendant, led,
situated within this Republic aud
within jurisdiction of courts of
equity of this Republic, nttached
and applied to the satisfaction of
a judgment for 8812 and costs,
horetoforo obtained in tho First
Circuit Court of this Republic, by
tho plaintiff ugaiuBt tho defendant
Feek. No service of summons has
beon modo on Feek, as he is not
within tho Republic. Tho plaintiff
moved in tho Circuit Court for nu
order of publication of summons
for the purpose of obtaining eer
vico thoroby on Fook, claiming
authority therefor by our statutes.
This tho Jlnlgo declined nnd tho
Tho Chief Juslico holds that,
in the circumstnucos ubovo re
lated, it is not obsontial that per
sonal service bo mudo upon the
debtor, tho fixing of Iub personal
liability not being tho object of
tho bill. "In such a caso," ho
says, '-Section 1230 of tho Civil
Code is sufticiout authority for
service to bo made upon tho ab
sent dofoudaut by publication or
otherwise as tho court shall
Magoou it Edings for plaintiff;
Lylo A. Dickey und J. Q. Wood
for O. R. & L. Co.
The llnnalluu Cable.
The Wnsllinctnn pnrrtm.-milniW
of the Call says: "Tho Hawaiian
uiiuiu uiii ib uniuioring ior re
cognition, but not with any pros-
POOt of Passim nt thlH Ronninn.
Tho friondB of this moasuro waut
tho faonote to recognize tho im
portanco of tho schema nnd nvn
it moral support by passiug tho
bill. This, thoy say, will induce
the Hawaiian (inmrnmnnt in v.
tend tho concossions already
grauted to a privato company and
which will expiro boforo Congross
can again havo timo to consider
the proposed cable scheme"
Chas. R. Bishop has givon tho
Trustees of tho Queon's Hospital
a lease of tho lot on tho coruor of
Uorotania and Punchbowl Btreots
for tho term of 99 vonrB. Tim W
pxtendB from Berotauia street to
tho prcsont lino of tho hospital pro-
pony, xno Trustees will have it
beautified with grnss and shrub
bery and made a Dortion nf thf
hospital grounds at onco.
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