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HONOLULU, H. I., FltlDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897.
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THE BOARD OF HEALTH
!l'NTnn AtlTHARITirN WANT
OPIUM PII.I.S AXAMNtl).
Ilr. Klilrcdic.'i Yokohama Itrporl
llrlK" tip !linlira Ilrmliiliif nrra
TnrMoap for Lrproay.
The first regular meotiug of the
Board of Ilutn niece AvMrj-I
was held yesterday afternoon.
Tho UBual reports from tho
slaughterhouse and fish market
and under tho Act to mitigate for
the intervening period wore re
ceived and filed.
Tho report of the treasurer of
Kapiolani Maternity Homo for
the month ending July 31 was ap
proved and tho payment of tho
monthly subsidy ordered.
Tho Board of Medical Examin
ers reported favorably on the ap
plications of Drs. Hubert Wood,
J. W. and Philip Waughop to bo
allowed to practise medicine.
Three protests were received
from the Woodlawn dairy and two
from the Honolulu against the
killing of cows for tuberculosis.
Acting Collector-General Mc
Stocker sent in a package con
taining several varieties of opium
pills with a communication stat
ing that as the customs authori
ties had no longer an analyst at
their disposal lie would have to
rely on the Board of Health to de
termine the quantity of opium in
the pills. In the discussion that
ensued the general opinion was
that the Board liad noth
ing to do with the matter. The
doctors on the Board examined
the specimens of pills ? present
ed. There was only one sample
that came any way near Dr. Wood's
definition of a pill, which was
something weighing less than ten
grains. Home of these bo- called
pills wore flat tablets of the size of
horse beans and it would not take
a very large number of them to
weigh a pound. It was tho opi
nion of tho Board that the law
was boiug evaded by tho importa
tion of pills of such size and quan
tities. Of the samples presented
there were 400 paokages of five
bottles each of one variety alone
and 180 packages of tho others.
President Smith said he would
tako the matter in hand and write
to Mr. McStocker as to his duties
in the premises.
The, secretary was instructed to
write to Dr. Ashmead and thank
him for copies of his pamphlet on
leprosy received by the president.
Dr. Thompson's leave of ab
sence was extended two weeks.
Letters from Deputy Sheriff
Overond of Hamakua regarding
the disposition of 7 lepers await
ing transportation to Molokai
were read and the matter trans
ferred to Executive Officer Rey
nolds. On tho report of Dr. Greenfield
the petition of W. H. Rickard to
bo allowed to treat two leper
girls with some remedies of his
own was denied.
On the petition of tho Board of
Managers of the Ohineso hospital
and leading Ohineso citizens, Dr.
Tong Suoy Ting, a recent arrival
from China, was allowod to treat
patiouts at tho hospital who pre
ferred it according to Chinese
methods. He is not to be allowed
to practise inodicino in the city
and his troatment of hospital
patiouts is to bo uudor tho
supervision And responsibility of
tho regular attondiug physician.
Bills for lighting the quaran
tine station with oloctricity, aggro
gating $1477, wero sont in by
Superintendent Cassidy. Upon
inquiry it was found that Mr.
Cussidy's estimate hud been $805
ami on that basis tho work wrh
ordered. President Smith said
there wii not nnoujh money left
of tho appropriation to pay the
uxcosb of $i over tho estimate
mill mi investigation must bn
mado of tho matter. Considera
tion was therafoto doforred for
Dr. Hubert Wood's request to
bo appointed government physi'
clan at Hrcift was laid over, in
order to find out what tho planta
tions intoruBtod proposed to do in
tho mattor of helping out his
Dr. Olivor was granted two
weeks leavo of absence, Dr. Mon
ritz undertaking to attoud to tho
Liopor bottlemont in the meantime, i
Messrs. Garf and Hancock, two
emors ot tne cnurcn or ijosus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, wore
granted permission to visit tho
Settlement next month.
Letters from Dr. Eldredge of
YaUobamti contained reports of
epidemic disenses in tho Kim of
Kiuiagawa for tho period between
July 16 to August 5. Tho usual
epidemic dysentery had made its
appearance aB usual. Seven cases
of cholera with five deaths were
noted. Dr. Eldredgo said it was
impossible to asoortain tho true
history of these cholera cases but
it would bo advisable to watch out
for that disease in all immigrants
President Smith reminded the
Board that two years ago this
week the first oases of cholora
wero reported here, and that a
similar stato of affairs had pre
vailed in Japan at that time as
notod by Dr. Eldredge now. He
desired to impress on tho Boaid
the necessity of constant watch
fulness against another visitation
of the soource.
Permission was finally .granted
for the establishment of tho Ha
naloi Ohineso cemetery.
A communication extolling tho
virtues of a cortain braud of pine
tar soap as a euro for leprosy met
with more consideration than it
Dr. Alvarez stated that he would
leavo for Boilin on the 3d of Sep
tember. Dr. Howard was authorized to
purchase 100 pounds of bichloride
of mercury, so as to havo a supply
on hand in caso of another
Dr. Day said the time was ap
proaching whon bids for supply
ing the Board with drugs would
have to be called for. The list of
drugs needed rovision. Thero
wero articles on the list never
called for while articles of overy
day use were not on the list at all.
This state of affairs gave drug
gists who wore aware of just what
was wanted to shape their bids
accordingly. The clerk was
ordered to make out a new list
compiled from bills of the last
Agent Reynolds notified the
Board that tho supply of vaccine
tubes was accumulating, by next
month thoro would bo 1000 on
Dr. Hoivard said there would
bo none too much, as vacciuation
in the public schools would com
mence next month, with about
2000 children to be vaccinated.
In this connection the Board
ordered Dr. Howard to Bee that
the usual notices to school teachers
concerning vaccination wero sont
out and tho law complied with in
Dr. Monsarrat was granted
leavo of absence from tho 7th to
the 17th of September, his duties
to bo performed by Dr. Shaw.
Agent Reynolds said that
tenders for beef for the Lopor
Settlement would have to bo nsk
ed for very shortly. Ho would
liko the Hilvortisoment so worded
that in future ho would he able
to got beef for tho Lopor Settle
ment instead of the skin and
bones now furnished.
President Smith said ho was
glad Mr. Reynolds bad mentioned
tho matter again. Ho wished tho
members to know that ho had
heard from sovoral outside sources
of the vory great amount of good
accomplished at the Leper Bottle
mont by the visits of Messrs. Rey
nolds and Wilcox. From all he
could learn thoro was more gen
eral satisfaction and contentod
ness at the settlement than ovor
before. Much of this was un
doubtedly duo to Mr. Reynolds'
close watch ou the beef Bitppliod.
Ho trusted that both officers would
keop on in their good work.
Whon on your way to lunch
drop in at tho "l-'avorito" for a
Imttlo of tho famous Spittle Boer.
All opimircfl use It, '
tJDnLl. ., Im. W.
THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL
VARIOHN OTATTM14 r 1MPOM-
I.iilmr rrutlr III nnd Out or t'oiirl
Urn r Llillur
For some little timo past cor
respondence has boon going on
between Mr. Dillingham, repre
senting tho Onliu Railway .fc
Laud Co,, and tho Gov
ernment, ubout the con
structing of a proposed wharf
ou tho Ewa sido of the harbor.
Thero has been difficulty in ar
riving at on agreemout or a con
clusion rogardiug the matter. Tho
railway company is very anxious
to havo the work expedited, while
tho Executive considers that all
wharves should be uudor govern-
After consideration of tho mat
ter by thn Executive Council this
morning, it was referred to W. E.
Rowell, as tho government en
gineer, and O. H. Kluegnl, tho
company's engineer, who together
with Mr. Dillingham will seek to
formulate a mutually acceptablo
Roads iu the Hilo and Eoua
districts on Hawaii are receiviug
particular attention in councils of
Applications for letters of de
nization in considerable number
havo been before tho Executive
lately ?omo of them from profes
sional men but a good muuy from
men who desiro to tako up homo
Recently thero have been sovoral
applications for liquor licenses
for various districts on the other
islands'. Tho Executive Council
has deoided not' to increase the
number of such licenses at pre
'sent. Tho Ministers are of opinion
that sorno of tho conditions, of tho
firesent law regulating tho salo of
iquor should be amended or a new
law enacted. Therefore, tho ses
sion of tho Legislature being so
near at hand, it is doemed bettor
not to inoreaso the number of
The Attorney General is sub
mitting to tho Minister of Foreign
Affairs a report on tho recent
difficulty betweonChinese laborers
on Laupahoohoe plantation and
their overseers, m which the
Ohineso have ou. investigation
been found to be in tho wrong.
E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney
General, has gouo to Kauai to
prepare tho criminal cases for tho
term of tho Circuit Court which
is to open at Nawiiiwili next Wed
nesday. Among the important
cases to bo tried is that of Mr.
Wolters, of tho Lihuo plantation,
charged with manslaughter in the
shunting of a Chiueuo laborer.
Also the caso against 15 Ohineso
laborers, who havo boon awaiting
trial iu Oahu jail for riot in con
nection with tho troublo wherein
the Chinaman was shot.
Juror Alleged Uudl'r Hie Hall
TrcwMiii I.oiik Trial 4'lonlni;.
In tho case of D. K. Bakor ot al.
vs. Mrs. T. B. Lyons et al., where
in a verdict was returned for tho
defendant, D. K. Baker makes
affidavit that, since the trial, he
has learnod that H. P. Paulo, ono
of tho jurors, is the same man
who was convicted of treason by
court martial in 1895, uudor tho
name of "Paulo Ilokii," and that
H. P. Paulo or Paulo Hokii was
not restored to his civil rights.
David Dayton, executor aud
truBteo of tho estato of John Mo
Colgan, deceased, has filod his
second minimi account, showing
rocoipts 81882.03, payments
$15811.28, balance 21)2.75.
The Boyd-Gnndall brcuoh of
promiso cauo is going to tho jury
this uftornoon of the fifth day on
Thn Rvtniny HulUtin, 75 cents
1 per wonth.
.&&-atA$faiLui -J.....J' a- .-.-..y;-
MURDERER HAILI DEAD
co.mirrrKn nuiciiik whkn ai'-
TUIli: WAS CKKTAIN.
Ilirrlir Cnrlrr Wrllo llurrlrd I'nr-
tlnilnr uT llln 1'llr.llll mill
llcnlli Ail OrHctr I' ml rtl .
By the steamer .lames Makoo,
from Kapaa yesterday, meagro par
ticulars of the death of Haili, who
some months ago murdered a
woman he was living with and
has since boon hiding in the
mountains, wore received. They
camo in a letter from Sheriff
Carter to Deputy Marshal Hitch
cock, which was written just be
fore the steamer sailed.
In 'his letter Sheriff Carter
writes that whilo in Hanalei last
week he heard of tho theft of a
rice bird gun and some rice up
the iiauuiwai river, following
this up, at night a light was soon
up on tho pali above there, which
fact was reported to me by Depu
ty Sheriff C. K. Haae, of Hana
lei. On the 24th inBt. I ordered
him to arm his men and go up as
near as possible that night and at
break of day surround the place,
which he did. The story I get
from him this morning is that aB
the circle drow closer thero was a
report of a gun. They laid low
for a few minutes thinking that
Haili had firod at one of thoir
party. Then ono of tho party
crawled closer and found Haiti
lying in his camp dead with his
toe still in tho trigger guard of
his gnu. Ho immediately left to
notify mo. Deputy Sheriff Coney
being already in Kealia on busi
ness and eleven miles on the way I
telephoned him to go on over.
Will report the facts more fully
later. Deputy Haae has been in
defatigable in his search for this
man and has shown good sense
URTIAMD roil AKBITHATION.
European flniiufrlra Clnlin flio Nir
'1'arllV VIoIhIvn rrutlc.
Berlin, August 14. Acting
upon the advice of Baron von
Thiolmann, the formor Gorman
Embassador at Washington, who
has just been appointed Privy
Councillor and the representative
of the Imperial Chancellor in all
the financial affairs of the empire,
the German Government is en
tering into negotiations with the
Governments of tho other coun
tries injured by tho new Unitod
States tariff, especially France and
Belgium, for tho purpose of ef
fecting an agreement to demand
the submission of all disputed
points to a court of arbitration.
In Germany's case thn disputed
points are mainly the allegod vio
lation of existing treaties and tho
paying back to tho Unitod States
Treasury of the export premiums
paid by Germany.
'IIAMIK OF TIME.
Nallliiir IIhIi-n or tho CaiiaiUno-Analrii.
AVashington, D. 0., Aug. 14.
James E. White, Superiutendent
of the Railway Mail Service, re
ports that futuro suiliugs of tho
stoaraors from Vanconvor, B. C,
with mails for Australia, Hawaii,
etc., will occur as follows: Sep
tember 8 and 20, October 18,
November 15 and Docomber 13,
1897, and January 10, Fobruary 7
and March 7, 181)8.
Inquiry at tho office of Theo. II.
Davios fc Co., tho local ngonts,
confirms tho correctness of tho
A number of school nm'iuns
loft for thoir respootivo schools by
tho stemiior Mauim Lou. Tho
Misses Iviinimur, (lurnoy and
Homer woro among thorn. Misses
Kainmor iindfiurney go to Kai
lua school. Miss Horner takes a
school ou Maui.
jl,,,; -fM 1 1 j' j '.-
EXHIBITING OUR COFFEE
rmi.oiiNuiT tki' TAKr.x pnu
IIAWlll.tN UAFI'. A'l OMtllA.
Mr. Mrlll. I. 1'nrrhninlr.t !S ru ! (?
Hill rkr .ilonr).
A. M. Mi'llif was forehanded
with his scheme ,u Hiwaiiun
Cafo" at tho Transmi-tsissippi Expo
sition. Ho stated tho course ho
had takon to a BuM.rrriN reportor
"When 1 was iu the Unitod
States last wintor," ho said, "1
heard of this contemplated exhi
bition, and ou my way back I
stopped at Omaha. Tho leading
promoters there had no informa
tion rendy, but promised to send
it to mo when prepared.
"I applied thus oarly for space
because I did not want to come in
second to anyone. You soe a
Chicago firm, Flashman fc Co., to
advertise its yeast powder, buys
up the rights for tho whole re
freshment business at these expo
sitions, so that all tho rostauranta
on the grounds are under its con
trol thoso conducted by foreign
ers as well as by Americans. So
anybody wanting to open a res
taurant, or place for any refresh
ments, has to apply to that con
cern. "On that account I made in
quiry particularly at Omaha, and
was told that uo application for
euoh exclusive rights, by Flash
man t Co., had yet been made,
and that I should have the first
refusal of tho concession 1 de
sired, so that I should not havo
to apply to the other party.
"Our coffee is not known in the
Eastern markets, but where it is
known no better is wanted only
it needs advertising.
"I obtained $15j(J00 in subscrip
tions for a similar enterprise for
the Chicago exposition, but the
political troubles hore put an end
to the scheme. It would have re
quired a muoh larger amount to
make it a success.
"The Ceylon government had
an establishment of their own at
Chicago and gave thoir coffee
away free. Iu tho application
that I have forwarded, mentioned
in your paper yesterday, it was
loft opou either to givo the coffco
away or to sell it, ao that either
the government or a privato or
ganization can take hold of it.
"The expenses will be pretty
heavy. One dollar a foot is charg
ed for floor space, and 50 cent a
for wall space. My application
suggests a building 75 by 50 feet
ground plan, and single or doublo
story as may be decided. It is
left to tho exposition authoritioe
to Bay whether they or wo erect
v.u. DBiiuy una uecu timijuwnr
ed to receipt for Dr. Cliiiord B.
HlgriKt nooottWorld's Fair;
Gold Medal, Midwinter,?-an-.
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