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flHE EVENING BULLETIN: HOKOLTJLTJ, H. 1., OCTOBER 27,
Directions (or Assistance to Victims of
Victims of Ordinary Electrical Shock Restored as
Easily as the Apparently Drowned
Rules and Examples.
Thoodoro Hoffmann, manager
of tbo Hawaiian Eloctrio Com
pany, while giving a Bulletin
roportor a lift in his buggy, wan
drawn into conversation about tho
recant electrical tragedy. In re
ply to a remark that bis lines
seemed to bo all right, Mr. Hoff
mann, pointed to tho substantial
instalment of poles and conduc
tors along the strode with satis
faction. Mr. Hoffmann drove the repor
ter to tho company's works and
there showed him a framed poster
containing a set of rules for re
suscitation from eloctrio shook.
This was issued as a supplement to
tho iMectricai World sorao yeatB
ago, and distributed to oloctrio
stations. Mr. Hoffmann hung
his copy over tho desk whero the
employes of tho works sign thoir
timo cards, also taking pnina to
direct tbo attontion of tho men to
tho documont. Tho postor is ro
printed in full below excepting
for throo largo cuts illustrating
the rules. Thoy should bo mast
ered by ovorybody who reads them,
as tuoreiBno saying whon.with the
increasing use or oloctncity, thoy
may not bo tho means of saving
life in Honolulu.
Among a host of cases which
might bo oited of tho restoration
of subjects of olectrio shook, tho
following singlo ono is suthcionl
for tho present. It hapnoned
more than throo years ago and
was duly rocorded in tho Eleotrical
World. Frank Grover. foreman
of tho Rochester, N. Y., Gas and
Electric Company, whilo standing
noar a 3000 volt altomator, sud
denly gavo a loud ory and fell to
tho ground. Several men in tho
powor honso ran to his assistance,
and found him unconscious and
apparently doad. Fortunately,
the monacor of tho company had
'posted in tho station oopies of tbo
instructions or ut. uooiot tno
samo that Air. Hoffmann has
posted up in tho Hawaiian Eloc
trio Company's works. Sovoral of
tno omployes, wno had familiar
ized thomselves with tho details,
immodiatoly proceeded to apply
tho method, a dootor not arriving
until a half-hour later. Aftor
laboring for throo quartors of an
hour signs of returning life were
noticed, aftor which rospiration
returned slowly. Tho manipula
tions wore kopt up an hour, at the
ond of which timo tho patient was
sufficiently recovered to bo remov
ed to bis borne.
The next day Mr. Grovor was
vory woakfrom his torriblo ex
perience, his body was soro and
his heart weak, but on tho sue
cooding day ho was ablo to movo
about outdoors. Ho could not toll
how tho accident happened. When
bo roturned to consciousness bo
did not havo the slightest idea
what had happoned, and was in
tensely surprised when thoy told
him that ho had boon subjoot to a
shock from 2899 volts.
Piuctioal Suggestions ron Re
suscitation FltOJI ArPAUENT
Death from Accidental
(HyAugustln H. Qoolet, M. D.)
Tho urgont necessity for prompt
and persistent oflorts at resuscita
tion of victims of accidental shocks
by elootrioity is very well empha
sized by tho successful results in
tho few instances recorded. In
order that tho task may not be
undertakon in a half-hearted
manner, it must bo appreciated
that accidontal shocks sofdom ro
suit in absoluto death unless the
victim is loft unaided for too long
a timo, or offorts at rosuscitatiori
are susponded too early.
In tho majority of instances tho
shock is only sufficient to suspend
animation temporarily, owing to
tho momentary and unporfoot
oontaot of tho conductors, oud
oIbo on account of tho indifforout
parts of tho body submitted to tho
mfluonco of tho ourront. It must
he appreciated also that tho body
under the conditions of accidental
shocks soldom receives the full
force of tbo ourrent in the circuit,
but on)y a shunt current, whioh
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mny reP.rP89nt n vori' indignifichm
When on accident of this nature
oocuts, the followii g rules bIicM
bi promptly adapted and rxeutid
with duo care ami deliberation:
1. Removo the body at once
from tho circuit by breaking con
tact with tho conductors. This
may 00 accomplished by using a
dry stick of wood, which is a non
conductor, to roll tho body ovor to
ono eido.or to brush asido a wire,
if that is convoying tho current.
When a stick is not at hand, any
dry pieco of clothing may bo utili
zed to protect tho hand in seizing
tho body of tho victim, unless rub
bor gloves aro convenient. If tho
body is in contact with tho earth,
tho coat-tails of tho victim, or
any looso or dotached pieco of
clothing, may bo seized with im
punity to draw it away from tho
conductor. When this has been
accomplished, observo Rule 2.
2. Turn tho body upon tho
back, loosen tho collar and cloth
ing about the neck, roll up a coat
and place it under a shoulders, so
as to throw tho bead back, and
then mako efforts to entablish arti
ficial respiration (In other words,
mako him breathe), just as would
bo done in caso of drowning. To
accomplish this kneel at tho sub
ject's boad, feeing him, and Boiz
ing both arias draw tbem foroibly
to thoir full length ovor tho bond,
so as to bring thorn almost togeth
er above it, and hold them there
for two or throo seconds only.
(This is to expand tbochest and
favor tho entrance of air into the
lungs.) Then carry tho arras
down to tho sides and front of tbo
ohost, firmly compressing tho chest
walls, and expel tho air from tho
lungs. Repeat this maneuvor at
least sixteon times per minuto.
Those efforts should bo continued
unremittingly for at least an hour,
or until natural respiration is es
tablished. 3. At tho samo timo that this
is being dono, someone should
urasp tho tongue of tho subject
with a handkerchief or piece of
cloth to prevent it slipping, and
draw it forcibly out whon tho
arms aro oxtonded above tbo bond,
and allow it to recede whon tho
chest is compressed. This manou
vor should likowiso bo repoated at
least sixtoon times por minute.
This serves tho double purposo of
treomg tno tnroat so as to pormit
air to ontor tno rungs, ana also by
exciting a roflox irritation from
forcible contact of tho undor pnrl
of tbo tongun against tbo lower
teoth, frequently stimulates an in
voluntary effort at respiration. If
tho teeth aro clonchod and the
mouth cannot bo opened roadilyjfl
with a stick, a pieco of wood, ori
the handle of a pockot knifo.
Whilo this is boingdono, a pby
sioian should bo summoned, who,
upon his arrival, can best put into
prnctiso iiulcs l and 6 in addition
to tbo foregoing, should it bo no
I 4. Foraiblo strotohing of tho
sphinctor musclo controlling the
lower bowol oxcitos powerful re
iiox irritation ana stimulates a
gasp inspiration, froiuontl
when otlnr measures havo failed
For this purposo theeubjectBhould
bo turned on tho side, the middlo
and index fingers inserted into tho
rootum, and tbo musclo suddonly
ond forcibly drawn backward to-
ward tho spina. Or, if it is (losira!
bio to continue efforts at artificial
respiration at tho samo timo, tbo
knoes should be drawn up and thp
thumb inserted for tho samo pur
poso, tho Bubjeot moauwhilo re
taining tho position on tho back.
C. Oxygon gas, whioh may bo
readily obtained at a drug store, if
tho accident ocours in n city or
largo town, is a poworful stimulant
to tbo heart if it can bo mado to
enter tho lungs. A cono may bo
improvised from a pioco of stiff
paper and attached to tbo tube
loading from tho tank and placed
ovor tho mouth and nose whilo
tbo gas is turnod on during tho
offorts at artificial respiration.
it is both useless aud unwise to
attempt to administer stimulants
to tbo victim in tho usual mannor
by pouring it down his throat,
tbcreforo this should not bo at
tempted. If You AVlah to ll Well
You must fortify your system
ncainBt tho attaoks of disoaso.
Your blood must bo kopt puro,
your Btomaoh anddlgostivoorgous
in ordor, your appotito good,
flood's Sarsaparilla is tho modi
oiuo to build you up, purify and
onrioh your blood and give
you strongth. It creates an appo
titn and gives digestive powor.
Hood's Fills aro tbo favorite
family cathartic, ousy to operate,
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w 'fnr,? gaum
Mow to Iiidiilcn In It tct'l yrJolMfrlit?!
Tho loogtu of timo ono should remain
In tho water depend, first, upon tho
temporaturo of tho water, and, second,
upon tho condition of tho Individual,
says tho Now York Voice If tho water
is qulto cold and the Individual feeble,
a dip lasting not mora than ono or two
minutes will bo mifllclont to produoo
tho maximum of bonoflt A longor stay
would provo ozhausting and Injurious.
A person who is stronger may endure
tho samo toinpcraturfl for flvo or ten
minutes without disadvantage butfow
persona would caro to remain in water
at 70 degrees for longer than tho timo
named and f coblo porsons may bo injur
ed by more than a hasty dip beneath
Fifteen to 20 minutes is as long as
most persons can remain in tho water
with benefit, except porhapa on tho
very warmest days, when tho tempora
turo of tho water approaches mora near
ly that of tho body. Tho sensations ex
perienced upon coming from tho water
aro a very excellent guide to tho dura
tion of tho bath. A feeling of well be
ing, buoyancy and increased vigca is on
Indication that tho bath has been bene
ficial. A sensation of malaise, languor
or henduche, prolonged shivering and
weakness aro ovidenco that tho bath
has been too greatly prolonged. Neglect
to regulate tho bath according to tho
temperature of tho water, tho tompera-
turo of tho air and tho patient's condi
tion deprives a largo number of people
of tho benefits thoy might othonviso do-
rivo from sea bathing.
Wo may also mention Incidentally
that thoso persons who resort to sea
bathing for tho benefit of health aro not
likely to derivo very much benefit there
from without at tho samo timo correct
ing erroneous habits of diot, dross and
other unhygienic practicos which may
bo, moro than any other cause, respon
sible for tho diseased conditions from
which thoy suffer.
How to Mako ItaTulnn Cream.
For rico Bavarian cream, scald throo
cups of milk in a doublo boilor, add a
generous quarter of a tablespoonful of
salt and ono-fourth of a cup of rice,
wollwashod. Cook until tho rico is ten
der, but unbroken. Soak ono-fourth of a
box of gelatin in a llttlocold -water and
thon molt by sotting tho dish over hot
water. Strain tho gelatin into tho rice,
using a pioco of cheesecloth for-tho pur
pose Add half a cup of sugar and cool.
In tbo moantimo beat ono cup of thick
cream nntll stiff. Flavor tho rico with
vanilla and fold into it tho beaten
cream. Turn the mixture into a mold,
chilled, and servo when thoroughly
chilled, with orango or lemon jolly or
with preserved fruit
lion- to Make XJrar rata.
Ono wholo liver, ono pound butter,
one-half teaspoouful onion juico, om
pound fresh mushrooms, ono small car
truflles, salt aud pepper to tasto. Boi
tho liver until tender, pick it to piece
and toko out all tho fiber. Stow tin
jf mushrooms until tondcr. Holt tho but
tcr. Put all tho ingredients together ii
n chopping bowl, add tho Etutsonlug
and chop very fluo. Prows carefully inti
well buttered molds and let cool. To b
eaten with salad or for lat supper par
ties. It also makes dollclotu filling foi
sandwiches. One-half the quantlt)
makes 0110 largo mold.
Haw to Krrp Qrmpen Fmh.
Tho first requisite is that tho fruit be
in perfect condition. If tho grapor
bought in tho market aro to bo nsod,
thoy should bo as fresh as possible whon
rocolvcd. Romnvo anyimporfoct onos
with a sharp pair of scissors, pnt a lay
er of cotton hi a pasteboard box, thon a
layer of grapes, tho bunches not touch
ing each othor, another layer of cotton,
and so on until tho box is full, with a
layer of cotton on top. Tho cotton
should bo tucko-t down at thosidosaftor
each layer. Put on tho cover, tio socuro
ly nud put away in a cool, dry place
A good cellar docs vory wolL
How to Cook FUU IlolU.
To each half teacupful of coolrod fish
(any kind) ndd a teacupful of mashed
potatoes, butter sizo of a marblo, a sus
picion of maco, a dash of poppor, ono'
eighth of a teaspoonful of salt, unloss
tno llsh and potatoes havo been pro
vionsly well seasoned in cooking. Work
to a pasto with ono beaten ogg. Form
iuto rolls throo lnchos long with square
ends, flour well ond fry in doop fat to a
golden color. Sorvo on a dolly, with a
lemon and parsloy garnish.
now to Make Vures of Dean.
Soak ono-half pint of small white
beans overnight, drain, pnt into a
saucepan and covor with cold water.
Boll slowly for six hours. As water
ovaporntes, add hot water. About an
hour before timo to servo, add small
pieco of Kilt pork or hum trimming, a
littlo thyino aud sweet marjoram and a
half dozen cloves. When dono, romove
pork and rub through slove Thin with
iv littlo hot milk aud servo with crou
tons. now to SoReii Cabbage.
Rcmombor that cabbago, greens and
savoys to bo good must bo cooked in
plouty of boiling wator, with a table
spoonful of salt to overy half gallon.
Boil them with the lid olf tho pan and
very fast, constantly pressing thorn down
uuder tho water. If tho wator is very
hard, add a very small lump of soda to
ft largo potxni of wator. Tho stalks,
When thick, should always bo split In
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