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HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH
IIKI'OIUN AKI, LMTtH KROJI
tiii: i.r.rr.K Nr.rTi,r,m:nr.
Tlirr .11 nrr I'Atron fur I In- (intvm-
mriil Opium Jiiliit-Mrmhcra r
Ihc llxnrit Ak AIhiiiI MrVtluh,
Tho Board of Health mot yes
terday aftornoon at tho usual
hour, thoso prosont boing W. O.
Smith, presiding; Drs. Emerson,
Day and Wood and D. Eeliipio,
inoinbcrs; Exocutivo officer Rey
nolds, Olork Wilcox and Drs.
Monaarrat and Alvarez.
The minutes of last meeting
were read and approved. ,
Dr. MonBorrat's reports from
tho slaughter houses for the two
weeks ending August 3 were read
A report from Drs. Monsarrat
and Shaw showed results of tu
berculin tests at tho Honolulu
dairy. Of 119 cattle tagged, 98
wero tested and 32 condemned
and slaughtered. The other 21
wero not in fit condition to be
Inspector Keliipio's report
showed 81,091 fish examined in
the past two weeks. In connec
tion with this report President
Smith called attention to some
specimens of pond mullet con
fiscated by the inspector. In
these fish portions of the flesh
tho gills appeared to bo
away, leaviug the bones
Mr. Keliipio said ho had
seen anything like it in
fish before and asked for instruc
tions to detorinino future action.
The Bonn! decided that us the
number brought to the market
wus sin till they should be con
dumned on gonoral principles.
Tho inspector was ordered to
keep a careful watch of tin so fish
nnd report to tho Board if ho
Tho usual reports from Dr.
Myors under the Act to Mitigito
woro received and filed.
Dr. Hugos, government physi
cian at Hanuloi, reported favor
ably on tho potition of Chinese to
establish a cometery ut tiiut place
and on motion it was ordored that
tho petition bo granted upon ro
ceipt of a propor description of
tho land sought to bo set npart.
After reading certain lettors
from the Lopor Settlement,
noticed in another oulumn. the
Board vdocided that A Rent Rey
nolds and Clerk Wilcox should
make unother visit to tho Leper
Settlement, leaving on Saturday
if n steamer could be hud.
1'iotident Smith said tho turn
ing over of tho control of the
Leper Settlement to the agent
and the clork of the Board entail
ed a large amount of extra work
without additional compensation.
All that the Board could do was to
pay their oxpouses on the liips to
the Settlemont for the present,
and when the Legislature-met the
Executive would bring tho matter
before it and an increase of salary
would probably result.
Three protests from dairymon
against the killing of tuberculous
cattle and claiming damages thore
for woro read. It was remarked
that tho damages claimed far ex
ceeded the assessed value of the
cattlo and the Attorney-Goneral
took a note thereof.
Dr. Myers, who is at present in
charge of what Dr. Wood aptly
terms the "Government opium
joint," roportcd threo more Ohin
eso added to tho list of thoso who
aro recuiviug opium ut tho public
Applications for tho position
raado vacant by the Buspousiou of
J. D. MoVeigh woro read from
Captain Tripp and Captain
President Smith askod if it was
tho pleasure of tho Board to act
Dr. Emerson started tho ball
rolling in McVeigh's favor by
stating that ho was not awaro of
any vacancy. Ho thought tho
timo was como whon tho Board
should doterinlno whether Mo
Volgh's position should be do
clarod vacant or not.
Dr. Wood said the Board
was not coi)flult"d about Mc
Veigh's suspension nnd therefore
he did not boo why it should bo
over the nppnintmnut.
President Smith said that tho
qunrnntino station wuh nndor tho
control of tho Executive Ollicor of
the Board; probably the selection
of a man to run it had better bo
loft with him.
Dr. Day said ho wnu chairman
of tho committee on quarantine
and ho would vory much like to
know who was going to be appoint
ed and to havo something to Bay
Just as tho Bulletin scribe
was gotting ready to report what
bid fair to be an interesting de
bate, the Attorney-General an
nounced that further considera
tion of tho matter would be hud
in executive Bessiou.
I Tho report from the Ealihi re
ceiving station showed that' 23
lepers bad been examined and
ordered sent to Molokai.
President Smith said ho had
granted permission to Dr. Flavey,
who came over on the ship H. F.
Glude .with the German immi
grants, to visit tho lepor sottlo
meut for scioutifio purposes at the
request of tho German consul.
The Board approved tho action
Lettors from Ambrose Hutchin
son and others at tho Molokai
Settlement reported: That tho
skeleton of a man was found in n
cave in Wailoiu Valley. By the
side of it was a pipe, which was
identified by his Bon as that of a
kokua who had been missiug for
a long time. Tho cavo was walled
up with rocks, the skeleton having
been left inside. That Poi, a
leper who for a long timo had
been insane, calling out that tho
Queen was BUro to be restored
and other such 'talk, had disap
peared, and could not be found
and that u bigMnanufaotory of
swipes had been broken up.
Dr. Oliver presented bis quar
terly roport on the general health
of the lopor settlement, showing
25 deaths for the quarter ending
June 30, inclusive of two kokuas
and two non-leprous children.
The petition of Kailua, a leper,
to bo allowed to tako pictures at
tho settlement with a kodak ho
had been presented with, was de
nied and the assistant superinten
dent was expressly cautioned
against allowing anyone to tako
pictures at the settlement without
the permission of tho Board.
President Smith suggested tho
feasibility of trying the virtues of
tho mineral water from tho
famous KuRqtiui springs of Japan
on loprouB patients at tho'Kalihi
station. These waters had been
analysed and could bo imitated
here at little expense. He
thought it was in line with
the policy of tho Board to
try every possiblo remedy for
the diseaBO that a trial should be
made. Ho understood the present
appliances of Mn station wero am
pie for tho purposo and the boIo
expound would bn ihe cost oc the
Dr. Day said that although tho
Board had ordered tho Knlilii sta
tion closed until Dr. Alvarez re
turned, ho was very anxious to
havo thin cure tested at once, as
much valnablo time could bo sav
ed. By the timo Dr. Alvarez re
turned it could be demonstrated
whether the imitation water would
produco the samo effect as tho
genuine. In reply to a question
by tho Attorney-General he said
he was willing to tako charge of the
experiments until the return of Dr.
At this point Presidont Smith
said thero wore several other mat
tors besides McVeigh's suspension
to bo considered in executive ses
sion, dud tho reporters withdrew.
It's ono tiling to tnko an ordor
for a portrait and quite another
to fill it satisfactorily. King Bros'
portraits huve always been known
to give satisfaction and now that
thoy havo reduced their prices bo
lowt an oxtro inducomont iB offor
od. Seo what thoy havo boforo
BEET FARMERS ON TOP
ftcm ut: ro n.r imiii iHic:r from
tiii: muj wt t'Aiuoiii.
ir Itrltrr IVrm. Arc t llltrN llirf
W 111 Ml llrriiiuc
Los Angiitis, July 20. Tho
fact iiltiM.iy hiiK 1)0' ti aumimicod
that thoro is to be u creamery in
Uliino in tho tienr future, and
that the beet growers aro think
ing oT ontoring q'titu oxtonsivi'ly
into tho dairy bimiuoss. It Booms
that buok of this is a story of con
siduniblo interest. YVhou the fac
tory was opened, sovou years ngo,
piedgi'S wero given by Mr. Gird
to the factory that ho would eoo
that 5000 ucros of beeis wore
gruvii on tho rmioli for fivo
years. This is the second year
since the expiration of that con
tract and yet tho factory lus had
almost as strong a hold on the
gro'vrs :ih when thoy wero pl
liged to grow beets, for boot cul
ture was about the only use they
could mako of tlioir lands
Hhviug tho fiimers at their mer
cy, the sugar factory peoplo havo
paid onl sufficient for tho beets
to allow the farmers to exist and
miiKe smuii puymonts on tueir
farms in some casus, while in
others a bare existence wus all
Unit tho farmers could gut by
hard work. Tins ye.tr a largor
aorengo, a greater knowledge
uf the buHin0Bt of bt-ot groniug
and lug1' ctups aro combining to
iiiHuru tho farmers an uncommon
ly huccep&fiil houuoii. They now
propose to tako advantage of it
and put themsulvns in a position
where they will not be ut the
mercy of the sugir mou horo
pter. Wliilo full comos and brings
with it the timo for reuowinp the
annual contracts with the sugar
compuny the funnels will havo a
largo amount of money distribul
od among thorn and a creamery
will bo in operation. Tho farm
ers will then demand a considera
ble udvanco in tho prico of beets,
and failing to secure the price
demanded, they will sow largo
bodies of moist land, ou whioh
tho boets are now grown, to alfalfa
and uso tlioir funds to purchase
cattle. Tho fact tint tho land
company is not tied down to the
sugar company and that the
farmers aie all froe from allianco
witli the company at the ond of
oaab seasnti makes it possible for
toe farmers to act for their own
welfare wliilo tho land company,
having all tho pulp from tho fac
tory, is offering tho farmers this
excollont cuttlo food for almost
Hoiotoforo, as 1ms boea pointed
out, tho farmers felt obliged to
oarry on beot growing, but the
tables Boom to huvo been turned,
and if, os thoy declare they will,
tho farmors should carry out tlioir
idea of turning the Chino rar oh
into a great alfulfa field in oise
of the refusal of hotter piices for
beets next year, the faotnry will
como protty near boing at thoir
moioy and bo obliged to yield up
lO lllOm HOIUUllllUg 1IKU U I'll
portion o ttio immonso profits
which ore now going into the
Ito Will Protcnt.
Now York, N. Y., July 2C
Tho Herald's Paris special says:
Figaro will tomorrow publish an
inspired articlo saying that Mar
quis Ito is now iu Paris to pro
test to European courts against
Hawaii's annexation. Ho will
inform Europe- that Japan is
ready to rosist with all her
strength to tho last.
If you coutomplalo ordoring a
portrait enlargement wo invito
your attontiou to tho suporior
work wo oiTor and would ask a
comparison of prices aud work
manship boforo placing your
ordor. King Bros., Hotol streot.
ITEMS OF THE EXECUTIVE
'KTIFI'ATH URAMTr.ll TO Ht.XKn-TV-NIX
ItritMrr r H. N. C'liln-Wr iim Uic
ltllitlil-ltinrntlim rn mul
At the mooting of tho Commis
sioners of Education this' aftor
noon tho report of the cxnniino,
tiou of teachers will bo presented.
Out of 120 candidates 70 certifi
cates aro granted 19 first, 30
second nnd 27 third classes.
As a Bulletin man was having
a chat with Jos. Marsden, Com
missioner of Agriculture, this
afternoon a Japanese entered the
office with a box containing acacia
treo branches spangled with
the cottony cushiony scale. They
cumo from mauka Nuuunu. Mr.
Marsden said this blight was al
ways present in placos on this isl
and, but ho had thus far been
ublo to keop it from spreading
anew by hunting up ladybird
bugs to attack it.
Ho had just sent up a colony
of tho useful soldiery to Kaawa-
loa in Kealakekna bay, Hawaii,
where the pest has just been re
ported, and would Bend a rein
forcement firBt opportunity. Two
years ago tho scale appoared at
Waimoa, Hawaii, but au oxpedi
tion of bugs routed it within throe
or four months. It also struok
Kukuihaele, and was there effec
tually suppressed by tho same
agency. llio scalo uau been
similarly cleaned out at Kahuku
on this island.
Mr, Maredon had been inter
rupted on this occasion while
typewriting directionB.to tho La
haiualuua eominary- people re
garding the proper cultivation of
young seedlings for reforesting
the uplands of that classic locali
ty. Tho Commissioner has learn
ed by experionoo the necessity of
insisting upon all who got plants
iu any considerable quantity from
the publis nursory that his direc
tions must bo implicitly obeyed.
Thoso who knew it all havo only
met failure, with wasto of good
plants, while those amenable to
instruction havo had cotnploto
satisfaction in treo culture
Nothiug will be known definite
ly as to whether the Btnamsbip
China has been given a Hawaiian
provisional or any other registry
by Consul Genoral Wilder at San
Francisco until that uoblo ship
arrives at Honolulu the 12th inst.
A stutemout first appearing iu tho
Bulletin among local papers,
to tho offect that the China had
beon provisionally placed under
tho Hawaiian instoad of the
British flag, has doubt caBt upon
it by inconsistent roports mado at
difforont times by tho Hawaiian
Consul General at San Fran
cisco. If Mr. Wilder haB con
summated tho act it has been con
trary to tho express instructions
of tho Hawaiian Government,
whioh aro that no Hawaiian ro
giBtry shall bo conferred on a
foreign vessel without reference
to this Government.
Tho Board of Health in execu
tive session yostorday dealt with a
cortain troublesomo matter of do
tail at tho Kalihi experimental
station for lepers. A decisive
edict was made in the matter.
Regarding tho suspension of J.
D. McVeigh from tho position of
agent in charge of quarantine, it
would appear that no deoision
was reached. Information from
different Bourcos would indicate a
locking of horns by different
luemborB of tho Board ou tho eub
joct. W. A. Kinnoy, tho returned
spocial annexation commissioner
from Washington, was closeted
with the Exocutivo Council for
somo timo. civiuc the President
and MiniBtors hiB view of tho pro
gress made by tho causo in tho
United States and tho prospects
of glorious fruition iu Docembor.
NOTED VISITORS COMING
mum vnttr.u statls si:titits
CO.tllMI TO IIO.NOMIMI.
Are 0lmlblr llmiiul lur ('Mil mitl
Jnpnti lit liitcllnti- Orleiilttl
iirrciirj nml Ititnklnrs-
Sonntors Cm n w of I'tib, l'"t
tigrew of Routn .'DaKoti and
DnliiU1? of Id.tho nmToxiectodMto"
en route to Chi nil and Japan. It
is not Known whether thoy will
stop over on tho wiy or watt until
their roturn to sec tho sights of
It was given out in Welling
ton on July 23, tho night of tlioir
departure, that the ostensible ob
ject of thoir trip wus to uinko
a careful investigation of the
monetary situation iu both coun
tries as nfl'ectod by tho free uso
of silver, vitb tho idoa of gaining
information for uso in tho debates
on'currenoy nuittorn in the next
AU three of these Sonntora will
undoubtedly stop ovor iu Hono
lulu long enough to inform them
selves of conditions hore relative
to the annexation question. Sena
tors Uanuon and Dubois are pro
nounced advocates of annexation
while Senator Pettigrew is op
posed to it tooth aud toenail. It
is said, however, that ho is tho
only man in South Dakota who
holds similar views. It will be
hard if his travelling companions
do not wiu him over to annexa
tion ou tho trip. If not ho will
havo to bo turned over to the ten
der mercies of United States Min
ister Sewall, who is reported' to
havo said, "Let mo havo any
Senator or Congressman in Ho
nolulu for just six hours aud I will
mako an annexationist of him.'-'
'- Jf .
Katie I'liliinm n Fanchoii,"
"Fauchon the Cricket," is a
dramatization of Georgo Sands'
charming novel, Petito Fadet La,
and has probably beon playod
throughout the United States inuro
and with bettor results than any
other ploy over written. Tho
strong heart interest holds an nu
dionce spell bound. Who can
witness tho sorrows of tho poor,
despised Cricket and not feel for
hor. The comedy too is rich and
pure, and Ratio Putnam is at her
best. She sings and chirps and
dances to her shadow, introduces
the pretty Maypolo dance, and an
evening of intenso onjoymont iB
promised all who attend the Upo
ra Houso tonight.
f Whon yoa havo a portrait on
larged seo that you got your
monoy'a worth. Kiug Bros, havo
reduced pricos to 95.00, SG.50,
$7.50 and $10.00 for work that
they guaranteo to bo firstclass.
Thoy invito comparison. .
Higlicst Honors World's Pf.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A rmrti Gnne Oronm of Taitnr l'iwder.
Froe from Ammonin, Alum or nuy otlmr
uclnltor.mt. Jn alt tho great IiotoU. the
leading Clubs and the homos, Dr. Prit-
Cream linking Fowilcr holds its suprui.icy,
40 Years the Standard,
LEWIS & CO,
Aqents, Honolulu, 11. X.