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Vol. V. No. 1065.
HONOLULU, H. I., JTRIDAY, NpVEMBER 11, 1898.
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PUBLIC HEALTH -MATTERS
Dr. Rubles of California on Yisit to
Dr. Weddlck Appointed Physician to Halulanl
'-. Hospital Tuberculosis in Kauai
Various OQlclal Reports.
Tho Board of Health met yos
terlny aftorncou. Prcsont: W.
O. Smith, president, Dis. Emo
bou, Wood and Day, David Kelii
pio, T. P. Lausinc and Goo. W.
Smith, morabora; Oh-trles Wilcox,
aocrotary; Dra. Myers, Herbert,
Alvarez, M. D.'a and Monanrrnt,
V. S., and Mr Cutter, superinten
dent Iuoane Asylum, visitors.
Mr. Smith uunounced tho ar
rival of Dr. Ruggles from Saera
monto, appointed by tho State
Board ot Health of California to
investiirato loorosy. Ho had not
mot him although ho wanted to
invito him to this mooting, also to
join tho Board on ltB visit to Mo
lokni on Friday night.
Dr. lVugglea being announced
waB received nod presented to the
mombors. He was nccompaniod
by Dr. Carmtohaol, of tho United
States Marino Hospital Servico.
Tho doctor proaonted his creden
tials as a member and the pre
sident of tho California Board of
Health, and delegated by that
body to investigato and report on
loprosy in Hawaii. President
Smith wolcomod Dr. Ruggloa and
invited him to the Molokai trip,
which ho replied was tho very
thing ho had como for hedidn't
beliovo in inspecting anything
without sooing it.
The monthly roport of Elsa V.
Grubb, Bupenntondont of Hilo
hospital for October showed in
mates first of mouth, 7 admitted,
A. discharged and 2 died, leavi .g 5
Sister M. Bonavonture, superin
tendent of Malulaui hospit .1, Wai
luku, roported for October. 15 in
mates on 1st, 10 admitted, 18 dis
charged and 2 died, leaving 11 at
ond of mouth. .
Mr. Koliipio reported 45,345
Qsh roceived at tho Honolulu
market last weok.
Dr. Monsarrat roportod v217
bullocks slaughtered, of which 21
had fluked liver; 20 calves, 5 of
them fluked; 251 sheep, 50 fluked,
and 1G2 hogs.
Dr. Moosarrat reported on his
visit to Kauai to invostigato tub
erculoid amongst cattle. At the
slaughter housu of W. H. Rice,
Lihoe, he saw two bullocks
slaughtered, quo of which liua
tubercles in the luugs but not to
such mi oxtent ns to warrant con
demnation. Mr. Rico Htntiil that
lto ha 1 thrown away b x caroit-ca
of cattln sbiught.'rod Inst wok,
and Dr. Mousarrat thought prb
nbly sorao of them did not merit
destruction. Dr. Monaan.it re
commended that an inspect jr be
appointed for tho locality, sug
gesting Dr. Watt as tho right man
for the place. At Alex. Mo
Bryde's, Wahiawa, tho enttlo woro
not affected with tubercu'oBis, but
fluked livor was rathor prevalent.
To givo time to look into appro
priations available, tho matter was
deferred for ono weok.
Dr. Hoffmann, who arrived as
physician with tho Galician im
migrants in the H. P. Glado, was
roported by tho oxamining board
as duly liconsod to practise medi
oino in tho islands.
Dr. E. S. Goodhuo tendered his
resignation as physioian to Malu
laui hospital, Wailnku, which "was
nccopted. Dr. Weddick, who had
hoard of Dr. Goodhuo'a intention
to rosign, applied for tho position.
Mr Smith stated that good roports
of Dr. Woddiok's work at Wailu
ku had boon rocoivod, tho Sisters
at tho hospital among others spoak
ing very highly of his services.
Tho application was granted.
Auothor "bxocutivo" item was
Prpaidont Smith urged the visit
ing'ddotora and all tho membors
who could got away to join tho ex
pedition to Molokai on Friday
Dr. Woddtok reported tho ro-
Bitlta of wholo salo vacoinations in
Wailuku district. Also, ono caso
of moaBles. Dr. McGottigan ro
ported his inspection of achools
in Hana, Mnui
Dr. E. 0. Rhodes, physician at
Ewa plantation, asked to bo ap
pointed as govornmont physicinn
for Waianao, whioh ho should
visit throo times a week, on condi
tion that tho Waianae Sugar Co.
accept his application to bo its
filantation physician. Laid over
Dr. Duy gavo a roport on tho
smallpox caso landed from tho
Tho Board thon went into exe
cutive session upon matters too
important to bo entrusted to ro
President Dolo recoivod a lotter
addressed "To tho Govornor, Ho
nolulu, Hawaii," from Cyrus
Thompson, Secretary of State of
iSorth Carolina, asking foi an ex
change of Suprome Court Reports.
Tho President tranemittod tho ro
quoat to tho Judiciary Depart
ment, whioh is more than ploasod
to have North Carolina addod to
its oxchango list. It is tho twenty-socond
Stnto thoreon. Chiof
Olork Honry Smith soys: "While
tho executive and merchants havo
been Bonding exhibits to tho
Omaha Exposition, we havo quiet
ly dono our share by advertising
legal knowledgo of the islands all
over the United Statas. "We havo
sont a sot of Hawaiian Roports to
The Kvtralo Controversy.
Humphreya & Gear, attorneys'
for E. Peck & Co. Ltd., are press
ing a motion for injunction against
Mrs. Victoria )Vard, ito restrain
her from filling up a ditch at
Eewalo draining their land. It
is allogod by affidavit that tho res
pondent, by hor agents, is taking
the law into hor own hands, the
ditch in question being tho same
(ib that mentioned in her bill for
injunction, now pending in court,
against C. S. Desky and E. Peck
& Co. Ltd.
The I.ust Car.
Tho last cars of tho King stroot
lino going to Waikiki and Palamn
pass tho Anchor Saloon. Tho
clevorost mixologists in tho city
aro thero nlways to put you up
anything you may desire. Drop
in and take a drop before you take
the car. The celebrated Sonttlo
boor is to he had hero on draught.
A full lino of liquors including the
tamous A. A. df-i-H Aloore Wuiekv
etc., always on hand. Tho most
exacting and raried ili'mands can
bo satisfiod. Tho Anchor Saloon
is here to ploaHi its patrons.
No salo wob mode on 'chango
this morniug and nono reported
from tho street. Oahu offered at
SIG5 withSlfiO bid. For Onlcnln
$88 was asked and S7-1 bid. For
Kahuku SllO was bid and S120
naked. Ewa offered at S235 and
Hawaiian Electrio at S210.
Jerry Reynolds, gonial as over,
is uoro in tno ilouert liowors.
Royal male the food pure,
wholesome and dellclMa.
tVAt BUONO KMIDIR CO., NfW VOW.
NANCE O'NEIL AS MAGDA
Brilliant Audience Greets Her the
First Hlght. '
Star of First Magnitude With Goad Support
McKee Rankin la Old Time
Nanco O'Noil and McKco Ran
kin havo suroly captured tho
theator-going publio of Honolulu.
Tho Hawaiian Opern House has
novor held a largor or moro bril
liant audienco from the social
standpoint than it did last night.
Novor has the curtain gono down
boforo a moro thoroughly gratified
and applauding gathering. It is
true that "Magda"is of acharactor
quito different from what is usu
ally dished up boforo tho Hono
lulu public, and tho pcoplo would
bo pleased anyway with aomo
thinc new. Tho audionco laet
night howovor was largely made
up of ihoso who draw thoir com
parisons from tho mostnotoworthy
examples of dramatic art and
Nanco O'Neil did not sudor by
tho comparisons mado.
"Mncda" is a play that calls for
tho portrayal of tho doopeBt emo
tions that stir a womanly woman's
soul. A bright, full bloodod
young girl loaves a homo whoro
hor vivacious bpmt moots with
storn pareutal condemnation; sho
battles witu tno world, falls, rises
triumphant and returns to battle
with old homo Bontimont that onco
a woman falls she must always rn
main a social outcast.
Nance O'Neil has mado no mis
take in tho soleotion of hor art. A
beautiful physic.! typo of woman,
she carries easily and attractively
the part of tho woman of tho
world who know that all is not
gold that glittors and all that is
painted black by social custom is
oot irretrievably bad. From her
first ontrancoupon the stacein tho
second act, Nanoo O'Neil held and
swayed tho audionce, intorestod in
hor light conversational moods
about tho homo and onthused in
tho strong omotioual parts that aro
tho most trying toats of dramatic
art. Sho is a completo actress in
every part from tho modulation of
tho voico to tho norvouB twist of
McKee Rankin in tho first net
fell a bit short of anticipations.
This doesn't indicato anything
derrogatory when an actor comes
to Honolulu with a thirty-yoar re
putation. Ari the piece progreseed
howovor and tho play was really
on the audienco was charmed bo-
yond a thought of whotbor Ran
kin had ever seen the footlights
Tho suppoi Mckoo Rankin haB
gathered about his star may bo
classed as good. Goitrudo Fostor
was tho bright little, somewhat
omotional,innocont sister for which
her part calls, Mrs MoVioknr tho
wholesome and matronly mother,
and Ricca Allen the ovor interest
ed sistor. As tho pastor Heibert
Carr had a difficult pa't uhich
was intorpretod vrry p operly
Leslie Morosoo would take moro
kindly to a juvonilo pait thau ns
tho lieutenant ready to (in hi an
unole's battles. Georgo Trimble
as tho councillor is a littlo wuuk
in tho villianous r olo. Messrs.
Woavor and Tuther and Miss Mc-
Vickar had minor placos in tho
caste tuat woro well corned out.
From start to finish tho first
night was namod a succos by tho
most critical ana tho anticipated
oxcollenco of tho McKeo Rankin
season is assured.
Now File the American Plug.
Tacoma rWash1. Nrwnmlinrl.
Tho Amorican flag displaced
the British onsign on tho Pacific
btoamsuip liner Victoria today.
Tho Kickapoo Indian Medicine
Co. is doing a big business in re
lieving Bufforino at AVninlnn. Tim
genial Bon Bruns still romains in
FILLING EDUCATION BOARD
Former Oahu Professor Appointed and
Stat Offered Another.
Mrs. Klnnej.'s Son Obtains Position Salary
or Mrs. Cartwrlght Raised New
Tho Minister and Comrciis
sionors of Publio Instruction held
a meeting yostorday afternoon.
Presont: Miniptor (Cooper and
Commissioners Alexander, Jordan
and von Holt.
Minister Cooper announced tho
appointment of J. Q. Wood as a
Commissioner, and JJthatlS3Iret
Henry N. Caatlo had under con
sidoration tho offor of appointraont
to a remaining vacancy. Both
Mr. Wood and Mrs. Castle wero
formerly professors of Oahu Col
It was proposod, tho Minmor
stated, to build new sohoolhnusoa
at Waiakea in Hilo, Puula in
Puna, Kookoa, Kauhakalna and
llaraakuapoko in Makawao dia
trict. Also, tho plan of tho Uoro
tania stroot school should bo
changed from ton to twolvo rooms.
xno juimstor Buommea an
amended schomo for conduoting
tno rsormni ecuooi, wmen naa
boon nrcnared bv its principal.
Prof. Edgnr Wood. Mr.Yon Holt
moved its approval with this
clausoinsorted: "Toaohors whodo
siro to improvo themselves may, on
application to and approval by tho
Dopnrtmont, bo enrolled in a
Bubatituto clasa." So ordered.
A letter, from ,T. H. Gibson,
traveling "ormal instructor, was
road for information.
Mrs. Kinney, language teaohei
in the Higrfechool, nppliod by
lotter for a position for her son.
Agreed, that ho bo offorod tho
prinoipalship of a sohool to bo
built at Knapoha, Haraakua, at.a
salary of $000 a year from tho
opening of tho school.
Mrs. Jordan thought tho rofubd
of an increase of salary to Miss
Cartwright, assistant in High
school, nt lost meeting was with
out duo consideration. Tho mat
ter was roconBi'derod nnd Miss
Carlwright's salary placo at $000 a
yoar from Sopt. 1.
Mrs. Jordan called attention to
tho fact that Friday was tho only
school day betwoon Thanksgiving
anu xnuopenaenco days, botu legal
holidays, and it was rcsolvod that
tho Government schools bo closed
from Thuraday, 24th, to Monday,
28th, both days inclusive.
Ministor Goopor announced his
intention of going to Hawnii next
Tuesday and remaining over one
trip of tho Kinau.
Koldlere Puy I'inei.
Macdonnld and Riloy, two U. S.
soldiers, withdrew their nppoals
for nstMultiug a police ofilcor, and
their fines of S20 and costs oaoh
Twit; Mtvt Amr vuuiii aiuvikuiOi
another hoy in bluo, pleaded
guilty to tho ohargo of "disorderly
person," and Judgo l'orry sus
pended sentence at tho request of
ITKMS OK IS'n:ni2JT TO IIIOYOLK
Rubber l very scarce onj KeaJlly jivanclnc In
price uicycie tires ntu tube, also Larmjre tires
are likely tu advance In price, 50 cents a PAIR ad
vance already on some tires. biO AUVANCE
The )o Inch wheel will not take the place of the 8
as advertised by some manufacturer In 90, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estimated of
from to to per cent "The Cycle Age" says It Is
a passlnc fad, like the 19 Inch front wheel of a few
j ears ago, and the very Tow head of this ear. Pro
portionate strength nas to be followed out to Insure
renapiiuy wnicn gains ana Keeps uie popular favor.
Bicycles will bedocorated. and appearance In 'on
sluded even by those makers who have held back
from using transfers striping, etc , the demand Is
for decoration and Dikes will be ornamented to sull
the taste of the purchasers
DAILCYS HONOLULU CYCLERV. 1) King
street has good second hand wheels at Si j, with new
ures sw 111 ij new uicycies 9)0 ot mojei me
Reliable btormer Wheels '98 model at $40 guaranteed
I year, i.1 ana w ures.
Repairs of all kinds.
$1 per month keeps your like cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
FOREIGN OFFICE TROPHY
The Handsome Prize Won by Company
G of the National Gnard.
I Shortly Be Exhibited Together With Mar
lin Trophy, and Gold Medal for
Best Individual Score.
By tho Mariposa tho Minister
of Foroign Affairs rocoived tho
trophy for rifle shooting put up
by tno i'oroipn Uluco and won by
Co. G of the N. G. H., the uativo
Hawaiian company. It has boon
handed ovor to the winnors and
will bo exhibited shortly at the
Pacific Hardwnro Company's
Tho trophy is a shield of silver
mounted on oak, and was mado by
Sbriovo & Co., San' Francieco
Upon tho silver work a spread
oaale ombrnces a disc containing
the Hawaiian coat of-arms, with
"Ropublicof Hawaii" in bluo at
top and tho national motto " Ua
Mau ka Ea o ka Ainu i ka Pono "
in yellow at tho bottom. The
year of the company's organ
ization in Roman capitals,
" MDCCOXCIV," dono in black
onamol, is prominont across tho
face, and " 1898," the year of win
ning tho trophy, in largo relief
fimiros is divided between both
sides bolow , tho national
arms device. At tho bottom
of tho shiold two soldiers etand at
"port arms" in front of a Btand of
arms, two canuons pointing to
either eido, aud six Hawaiian
flags on staffs draping tho symbols
of war. At tho widest part on
either side iB a battloax, its handle
passing through a quiverful of
arrows. "Hi. tf. 11. appears at
tho top in bold rohef, and a scroll
held in tho oagle'fl mouth flutters
down amongst tho emblems at the
sides. A Ianrol wreath forms tho
border of tho silver shield, which
leavos a goodly margin on tho oak
backing also of suiold form. Tno
greatost length is 13 inoboa and
breadth 11 inches. Insignia,
flags nnd soldiors aro enameled in
natural colors, tho other omblomo
in oxidized rolief, whilo the field
fa polished to mirror brightness.
With tho Foroign Offico trophy
will be exhibited tho Marliu
trophy, a beautiful magazino riflo
in a haudsomo caso. This haB
niso bcou won by tho natiyo
marksmen of Co G. There will
also, probably, bo shown tho gold
medal won by ijictit. this Rose
for the highest individual scoru in
winniitg tho Foroign Offico
trophy. It it a beautiful srticlo
Neat invitation cards containing
tho program havo been issued by
Aloha Branch, Thoosophical So
cioty, for an ontortainmout next
Thursday evening at 7:30 in Fos
ter mill, JNuuanu street and l-oun-dry
lauo, to commemorate tho
3rd nnnivoraary of the founda
tion of Uio society in Now York.
Following is tho program:
Introductory lum.irkn...Mr. W.It. Sims
Vocal Song-Vnlloy. Gounod
LcLtmu--MyhtarloH of Sound and Music
Mr. A. Murijiios.
Vocal 8ong-Witltlii Millard
I'atwr on Karinit Mr, A. Sliarno
l'aior Mrs. Mi'Hlck
Minister I" Visit llnsva,
Ministor King sont his saddlo
horao down to Puualun, Hawaii,
in the Manna Lna today. Tho
Ministor of tho Iutorinr will leavo
with Mr. Howell, Suporintondont
or 1'ublio Works, for a tour of in
spection of roads, oto., on Hawaii
by tho Kinau next Tuesday. Af tor
looking in nt Hilo they will be
conveyed round to Punaluu ond
thenco rido up tho coast to Kailua.
Thoy will return to town in tho
following trip of tho Mnuna Lon.
Minister Cooper will nlso go to
Hawaii on Tuesday, remaining
over ono trip of tho Kiuau, to at
tend to Bohoolhouso construction
GEORGE MOORE ACQUITTED
Ialunction Issued in Matter of Million
of Wafalua Stock.
Clean Sweep of Criminal Calendar-Coon Bonis
men Get Five Days to Answer
Other Court Notes.
J. H. Sopor and E. S. Valori.
tiuo yestorday nft Tnoon sued out
writs of injunction against B. F.
Dillingham and the Waialua
Agricultural Cotnpnny, to rostrnin
thorn from apportioning certain
shares of stock in that corpora
tion, other than to tho persons
subscribing for said Bhnres
through tho agency of complain
ants. Potilionora nlso olnim their
commission on tho enlo of ono
million dollar' worth of tho
shares amounting to 850,000.
Judgo Stauloy issued tho usual
interlocutory injunction, which
holds until the casea aro hoard
on tho merits.
J. M. McOhcsnoy has qualified
in a S500 bond as assigneo of Ezra
Popploton, bankrupt. Deputy
Marshal Chillingworth has re
turned tho order to doliver assets
to tho naaigneo, endorsed with tho
tatcment that ho had no assets
of tho bankrupt in his possession
Honry Smith by his attorney,
Lylo A. Dickey, has filed his ex
ception to Judgo Stanley's de
cision adverse Ho his suit of eject
ment against the Haraakua Mill
GoorgeMoore, charged with lar
cony, was' found "not guilty" by a
foroign jafy." The defendant had
Sut on no evidence. Davis for
ofendant. Mooro is thi mau who
was charpod witli stealing jewelry
trom tho houso of Mrs. Mousarrnt.
Knmai and Hiknlea, assault and
battery, were found not guilty by
a native jury.
All criminal casea remaining on
tho calondar this morning wero
disposed of, by continuauco, nollo
Judgo Perry grantod defendants
fivd days moro to answer in tho
suit ou bond of W. J.' Coon, do
faulted on appeal for opium in
posaoBBion. E. P. Dolo for tho
Govornmont; Davis for defen
dants. Whfii uu Ar Trlril,
Without extra exertion, dull and
list'ese, your blood is failing to
supply to your muscles and other
organs tho vitalizing and strength
giving properties they requiro.
Hood's- Sarsapnrillu cureB that
tirod fofling by enriching ami
purifying the blood. It will givo
you onergy 'd vigor.
Hood'n P '11a aro oasy to tako,
easy to opornt. Cure indigestion,
biliousnoss. ii '5c.
Akau charged w '" ns.'ue threat-
uuiuy lUgUgllt!0 Wt " "" "MisuiuK
discharged. KawnK l wn9 nu,ul' 5
and cost3 for cruolt v animals.
Ah Tai waa fined 100 for 1'nving
opium in poBseBBiou. A UG- Kulba
charged with intending tc ' commit,
u uuuubu nau ma caso co '""""u
till tomorrow. Tho sixty ro
Gallioians aro still on trial."
Highest Honors World's Falrl
Gold Alctlnl, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure drape Cream of Tartar Powder.
40 YEAPS T:. STAND ARIX'