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Vol. V. No. 1070.
HONOLULU, H. I., Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1898.
Pkiou 5 Obnts.
PUBLIC HEALTH MATTERS!
Opposition of Board to Making
tery in Punchbowl.
Hsga oa Walklkl Road a Dlfflcult Problera-
Qrstlons or Djath Certificate Brought
Home -Laboratory Is Lent.
Tho Board of Health met on
Wednosdav aPernoou. Present:
W. O. Smith, president; Dr. Emer
son, Dr. Wood, Dr Day, T. F.
Landing mid David Keliipio,mom
bers; Dr. Alvnrt-ss, Dr. Monsnrrat,
Chas Wilcox anil 0. 11. Reynolds,
Dr. Mousarrat reported 27-1 bill
locks, 'Sd calvoa, 181) uog3 and yOo
sheep slauehler.d Inst week Fluke
appear d in 01 bullocks aud 10
Mr. Keliipio roported '15,039
fish received ut the market for out;
Thoro was a discussion oa tho
roport of Georgo Mmeon, ayout
'for Waikiki, especially its rocom
mondntion agaiuet kooping of
hogs within threo miles from tbo
center of town. The oxistiug ra
dius of prohibition is ono mile
from tbo post oHice. A given dis
tance on eithor side of streets and
main ronds waa couHidored. Dr
Emerson spoke of natives keeping
n family pit.', a la Erin, to help
out the larder or tbo rent, in whoso
caso a too rigorous regulatiou
might bo a haulsbip. It was
agreed to bavo tbo panitary com
mittco go ovor Mr. Mausou's terri
tory on Saturday.
Dr. E. O. Rhodes' application
for placo of government physician
at Waiauae was taken up from last
week. Itvwas again dotorred, with
th understanding that Dr Rhodes,
who is xtationed utEivii plantation,
attend Wnianao calls in the raeau
timo. Mr. Roynolds intorposed in the
. proceedings to state the nun of
an old man who bad jurt .iterod
tho office asking for n bur l certi
ficate for his wife. She uad not
had medical attendance, but had
dropped off euddenly after years
of ill health. The applicant prov
ed to bo ono of tho most respecta
ble old residents of Waikiki. A
discussiou aroso tint drifted into
tbo question of coronor's inquo9ts.
Dr. Wood thought tho special
office of ooroner should be created.
Inquest woro too loosoly rogardod
and conducted. As .to doath certi
ficated, it was too much responsi
bility to place on Mr. Reynolds,
the requiring him to ascertain and
rcoor I tho cause of death.
It was decided to certify the ca90
iu hand as death from "uukuowu"
Some minor d taiU from Molo
kai wero given attention. Au ap
p'ii:atiou for 1-avo to import awa
luto th Sottlem -nt wis d-ijie.l
Dr. Wait, it was agteo I, sh mid
be employed, at S2o a month, to
inspect animals for slaulrer at
Prosideut Smith roporloJ ou the
odorlosB excavator matter at Buo
na Vista military hospitil, as pre
viously relatod in th i Bulletin.
Ho also told of improv montmade
in tho matter of comj-ik' at that
placo by blastiug the mekaud
cemonting tho interior if the pit
Resolved, that tho exosutiva
officer bo authorized to procure a
new odorless excavator cart and
team of mulos.
President Smith made gratified
mention of the reorganization of
tho Oahu Omefery As3ooiation,
aud its thorough revision of re
cords with indexes, etc. Ho wjnt
ou to advert to tbo question of
needed cemetery oxteusion. In
fluential persons favored the
Punchbowl crater and would
press thoir advocacy of that sito
Btrongly, but the speaker ou his
part was strenuously opposed to
tho proposition. He did'udt d
siro to do more than mention the
ninlter on this occasion
Thero wad u uuauimous mur
mur of di'psnt from the proposi
tion round tho table, and Dr. Day
desired that the Board should go
on record ngniust such a use of
Dr. Alvarez, on behalf of the
pbyflicians' meeting ou tho typhoid
fevor auostioii, naked for tbo uso
of tho Bonrd.'a laboratory for in
vestigations by tho military physi
cians. Tho request was granted.
An executive session followed.
Mtil"l Nail. Toilny.
Tho gasoline fishing smack Mn
lolo will Bail for Molokai lafo this
afternoon with lumber enough to
put up two more shanties for tho
Japanoso fishormon it is the inten
tion of the owuors of tho vessel to
employ as Gshormou.
This work will require about a
weok moro. Wlibn finished, the
Mnlolo will take a dozen men from
this port. Each will got $2 apioco
a week nud n cent a pound ou the
fish they catch.
The delay in getting to work at
tho Ush has boon commented upon
by many ppoplc but it has been
the plan of Captain Suss to have
everything iu rendiness beforo
Beforo long pumpkins and pa
paias will be planted on Molokai
iand recoutly secured. The fruit
will bousod on the fishing grounds
as it is a well kuown fact that fiah
require a cortain amount, of vego
O. E. Williams, one of the grand
old men of oldtime Honolulu, is
again visiting tbo nconos of his
former activity. Be'oro the pro
sent gonoration earuo ou tho stage
of action, Mr. William w.is one of
tho most useful citizons of Hono
lulu. Ho is ono of tho oldest
votoranB of the volunteer firo de
partment, in which ho served as
chief ougiueor nnd was an honora
ry meinour at disbaudmotu. Tho
bu-dness ho founded is still iu exis
tence and thriving. Mr. Williams,
who has for some time been a re
sident of Sau Francisco, looks re
markably halo and hearty.
Mr. Day's Injury.
Cbarlos T. Day, a traveling
salesman iu the employ of Mnc
farlano & Co. of this city, was
thrown from his borso, by tbo
breaking of a girth, while jour
neying towards Iiohala, Hawaii,
on tho 21st iust., and received a
sovore bruiso of tho left thigh. Dr.
Bond attondod to the injury and
Mr. Day has writton to bis om
ployors that bo hopes to bo ou
ablod to return to Honolulu by tbo
stenroor Kiuau duo tomorrow. A
frouob story, of a moro deplorable
result, which wus curront this
morning U, happily, nntruo.
Tbo mauagomout of (be football
games yesterday was simply out
rageous. There were a whole lot
of people iu the stand and in car
riages who piid good innooy to
He the game. This they did not
do, ou account or. tbo mob whioh
wus uUowd to ougrjvt on tho
lines. This id uut tho firs' time
that this abuse of public patron
age has beon permitted. No
wonder at tbo open disapproval
oxprossod at yestorday's name.
Tho Ook-tla Sugr Plantation
Co. will bold its annual meeting
iu tbo office of W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ltd., on Wednesday, November
30tb, at 11 o'clock a. m. See Now
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and dellcUca
aovAi BAMNo powdi n en., wrw vork.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathedral and
Central Union Church.
Large Assemblies In Both Places Mr. Mackin
tosh on Thanksgiving and Mr. Klncald on
America's New Sphere.
Thoro was a coodly attendance
nt the thanksgiving sorvicn of tbo
Second Congregation of St. An
drew's cathedral hold at 10 o'clock.
Tho music was particularly fine.
Judgo Stanley, 0. W. Booth aud
Sergeant Preston, LJ. S. Eugineors.
sang the solos, liov. Alox. Mack
intosh preached a most nppro
priato sormon from tho text, "Give
us this day our daily bnnd." Ono
cause of local thankfulness speci
fied was peace tho patd year while
desolating war raged without. The
duty of solfdenial for tho benofit
of tboso who had a hard battle for
thoir daljy broad was ompbasizod.
Moderation is festive induluonco
was onjoined, fulness of body be
ing associated with loauuess of
soul. Wrny Taylor, boBidos ably
leading tbo praiso servico on tho
organ, played "Tbo Stnr Sptugled
Baunor" n9 tbo opening voluntary
nud tbo now international hymn,
"Unity," nt tho dismission.
Central Union church, like Fort
street church before it, has always
been tacitly rocoguized as the
shrinoof Thonkngiving Day devo
tions, of tbo native Now England
type, in Honolulu. Horetoforo,
attondanco thero on that day was
like going homo for an hour to
the members of tho Amorican
colony. On this tho first occa
sion that it was tho reality of
spondiug American thanksgiving
nt homo without leaving tho isl
ands oven in mind, thoro was a
Hpluudid turnout of poople as by
spontauoous impulse to signalize
as strongly as poasiuloan ovent
next in bistorio interost to the
raising of tbo flag over the islands.
It was much tho largest thanks
giving congregation over attsein
bled in Honolulu. This wa all
tbo moro significant of Amorican
community enthusiasm, from the
fact that a groat inauy ladios were
attending to tbo sovoral feasts
Riven to United States Boldiors.
Iu a well-arranged and beauti
fully rendered musical eorvico,
there was nothing more impros
sive than the hearty congregation
al singing. The hymns for tho
people woro: "O God, beneath
thy guiding hand," celebrating
tho arrival of the Pilgrim Fatl ors:
"Battlo Hymn of tho Ropublic,"
and "Amorici." Tbo choir sang
thonutbom, "Blessed bo tho namo
of tho Lord;" tbo ohorus to Prof.
J. W. Yarndloy'a baiitono solo in
"Viva l'Amorica," and a response
to tho thanksgiving prnvor
"Thou O God fio Life and Light."
Rev. 0. M. Hyde, D. D., uttered
tho invocation aftor tho doxology
was sung at tho opening. Rev. J.
Leadingham conducted tbo rs
ponsive scripture reading. Rnv.
G. L. Pearson road the seripturn
lesson, and pronounced t ie bene
diction nt tho oloso. lv Ti D
Garuiu ofTerod the thnnk-g vitig
prayer. Those .oleigvmoci and
Rev. W. M. Kiuoaid, pronci'r of
the day. woro seated u i the Jat
form. Rev. Drs. Biugnam and
Bishop woro Boated iu the o,.uio
A summary of Mr. Kincuid's
sermon is ciowded out and will
m m m
Knystino Pythian, published at
Altooup,Pa., and devoted to tbo iu
torosts ot tho order, publishes in
its November issue a hnndsomo
half-tono engraving of Johannes
F. Eckardt, Deputy Suprorao
Chancellor of this city. In tho
Pythian Advocate; published iu
Minneapolis, Chancellor Eckardt
contributes an interesting latter
concerning .tho order in thoso
Rayrnoud B. Durvis, ngod 18,
dinl at the military hospital ou
the 22nd iust., of typhoid fovor.
It is r .u,rod that there are two
places vacant in tho Forty Club.
Gill UNION NOTKS.
Oitbu College anil Tuwn Trxma In u
Uante nt Mnklkl.
Tho football garao betweon tho
Oahu College and Town teams on
thoMnkiki baseball grounds yestor
dny wbb not what was expected by
tboso who weut out to get au apo
tito for Thanksgiving dinnor.
Good football gamos have been
seen in Honolulu, but Saturday's
contest was not an instance of tho
kind. Tho game was a scries of
fumbles aud off-side plays. The
collego boys undoubtedly did tho
beBt playing anil Bliowod tho Town
boys n fow things, but evou they
did not do anything roinarkablo.
There was not a single brilliant
play during tho whole iumo, not
even a docout run.
Iu the first half, Puuahoii
scored a gol aud kick, making 0
points. That was tho beginning
nnd tho end in the matter of scor-
mg. Tho iutorval to tbo end of
tho gamo was spont mostly iu tbo
middlo of tbo field.
The sum of SUO wn9 taken in nt
the nato in twonty-fivo and ton
cont admissions. Tho attondanco
wrb tbou about a thousand.
Goo. R. Carter as refereo nnd
Hiram Biuclinm Jr. ns umnire
did their parts well. Their word
was law on the held, ns a college
man from California found wlion
Mr. Carter carried ono of his own
orders into effect.
Manager Babbitt of tho Puna
hou toatu, u non takinc tho place
of Groenwoll in tho Hocoud half.
"gave away" ovory plav niado by
bis men, immediately the ball was
snapped back. He would cry out
tho namo of each playor ns tho
ball was given him. This may
have prevented Punahou from
getting anotbor touchdown.
Becker nud Montaguo, bluo
jackets from tho U.SS. Benning
ton, did extremely good work for
Greonwoll of tho Puuahou team
was stuunod in tbo first half aud
had to bo taken out of tho gamo.
David Kupihen of tbe Town team
got winded and Johnson of tbo
Punnhous was rotirod.
Tho absenco of polico officers
was fell . It was hard work for
Mr. Carter to act as roforeo aud
special officer at tho samo timo.
Tho baud did good work in tho
grand stand. A Thanksgiving
gamo, without tbo band, oven
though it be evor bo good, would
Tho New Yorkers were not tho
only body of happy mortals yes
terday. Honolulu newsboys bad
turkey also. Through tho good
uess of heart of tbo management
of the Hawaiian Stnr.the stomachs
of a horde of youthful humanity
woro made glad and full to over
flowing for tho timo boiuc. The
dinner took place, at Lovo's
Bakory at ono o'clock.
Tho salo of 12 shares ot Ewa at
$237 J was niado on ohango this
morning. A salo of 15 shares of
Oiikala at 98 was roportod from tbo
ntioet Aftor tbo sale of Ewn this
morning 250 was nskod nnd S2U7J
bid. For Oahu assessable S70 was
hid and $71 asked.
The civil govorumout clans at
tho Y. M. 0. A. whioh was post-"
poued on account of tho non
arrival of text bookB, will meet
this evening at 7!i0.
IT10MS OK INTKHK3T TO HICYCr.K
Rubber It very scarce and slo.n Jlly a Jvancinc In
price lllcycles ilrei an tubes, also Carriage tires
are likely ton.hani.-e In price. 50 cents a PAIR ai
vanco already on some tires. NO ADVANCE
WITH US. ,
The 30 Inch wheel will rot take the place of the 3
as ajveitlsej by some manufacturer In 99, canvass
of various makers has resulted In an estlmateJ of
from ) to 10 per cent, "Hie Cycle Ace" says it Is
a passlnir fJ. like the 10 Inch front wheel of a lew
BAILEY'S BIKE BITS,
years acn, and the very low head oMhls ear. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which gains and keeps the popular favor,
Ulcycleswill be docorated, and appearance In V).
studed even by those makers who have held back
from uslnir transfrrs strlpln?, etc., the demand Is
for decoration and Hikes will be ornamented to suit
the taste of the purchasers.
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCLEKY. .) Klnrr
street has good second hand wheels at $15. with new
tires Jao to $i, Nl.W Ulcycles $10 '97 model. The
Reliable Stormer Wheels 'oS model at fta guaranteed
1 year, M and W tires,
Repairs of all kinds.
Si per month keeps your Hike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
THEY WANT TO ARBITRATE
This is the Latest Proposition Submitted
Because the Protocol Said Nothing of the Philip
pinesAmericans Take Four
Days to Reply.
Paris, Nov. 10. The Spanish
Commissiouors at tho joint sps-
siou tins nttornoon presented a
long argument iu nnswer to tbo
Amorican nrcumont, which was
submitted Inst week by mutual
consent. Tho memorandum of
today was handed to the Ameri
cans without boing rend and the
meeting adjourned t Saturday
next. Tho Spanish communica
tion will bo translated this even
ing, nnd its contouts will bo dis
cussed by tho United States Com
missioners at their usual daily
Tho Spaniards, in thoir com
munication, today ro-aflirm tho
position which tboy assumed
against tho discussion hero of
Spain's Philippine sovereignty.
They insist that tho words "shall
dotermino tho control, disposition
nnd govornmont of tbo Philip
pines' iu tho nrticlo of the peaco
Protocol, do not warrant any
roforonco to Spnin's withdrawal
from tho Philippines, oxcopt on
bor own terms, nnd, theroforo, the
Spaniards proposo arbitration ou
tho construction to bo placed on
tho words,- "tho control, dispnsi
tion and governmout."
THi: "TIMIM ' OPINION.
Londou.Nov. 17. Tho "Times,"
commenting editorially this morn
tng upon tho bpauiflli suggestion
ot arbitration regarding tho Phil
ippines, refers to it as "obviously
furtilo and absurd. The Spanish
Cabinet," sayB tho "Times," "has
no roal attoution of breaking off
tho negotiations. It is only pro-
Iodoiuk them m ordor to familiar
ize tbo public mind in Spain with
tbo inovitablo concessions. Cer
tainly thoro is no need for the
United States to sond a fleet to
Spain, as thoy could easily en
force submission without that
Spain would bo foolish to sulk,
and thus Ioso the money oompen
Bation America is now willing to
H. McKechnio, ouo of tho most
widely known nrtistio paintors in
California, has oponed a shop hero
aud is doing a ruehing business.
Mr. McKechnio comes from Oak
land. Whilo thero ho docornted
many of the palatial residoucos in
that obnrming city of charming
homos. His shop is located on
Merchant street next to tho Police
Station. Hero Mr. McKecbnie
has on exhibition sovoral panels
showiug his doft workns ngrainer.
Tho enraplos displayed are black
walnut, mahogany, maple aud
oak. The work is so perfectly
done that n novice could not dis
tingniah the samples from the na
tural wood. Mr. MoKochnie has
tho contract for painting and do
corating tbo Judd building. Sec
Now Todny in tho livo Bulletin,
llrlll.U TrmlH In Culm.
London, Nov. 10. Tho For
eign Ullico today, replying to n
memorinl from tho Birmingham
Chamber of Commorco, nskiug it
stops had boon taken to induce
tho United States not to impose
protective duties in Cubn, pro
mised that evory effort would bo
mado to necuro protection for
fir rut Dans I'oilnil.
Patrolman Fnnouf made a good
enpturo thin forouoou in tho shepo
of a vorv largo Great Dano dog
whioh may turn out to bo tho ouo
supposed to have beon taken off
ou ono of tho transports. Captain
Parker ordorod tho animal put bo
low until olnimod.
Wall, Nichols Co, grand holi
day display bpgins tomorrow
morning. It will bo the finest
display of goods yot mado by ths
Jnimneac De.polli-il In IIiiiima unit llftfli
vny Mny.lile I'roivlxr Kol'eil.
Two daring robberies nro re
ported among the Japaueeo, but
tho victims have not laid com
plaints with tbo police.
In ono caso, a .lapanesa was ao-
e Mil ted in his house at Moiliili
and bound, when his assailants
weut through his effects and stolo
Tho othor case was that of a
Japanese hackmau held up on tho
highway iu Nuiiauu valley, aud
his pocket omptied of 627.
Whilo a residen' of Honolulu
was driving iu from Waikiki a
fow evenings ago a man, who had
evidently been lying iu wait for
bolntod travelers, tried to spring
into tho carriage. The driver
whipped up his horse iu the nick
of timo.to make the highwayman
Tho robbery of Mr. Nolte'o
Jnpaueso servants, ns reported in
Wednesday's Bulletin, is sup
posed to bavo been dono by their
Up to tho timo of going to press
this nttornoon, tho following had
booked to sail ou tho O. S. S.
Australia for Sau Francisco,
Tuesday: Miss M L Clancy ,Miss
Bates, Miss MoVicker, Mrs Mc
Quarry, Mrs Weaver, Mies Allen,
Miss Foster, L J Rczzomiui, F
Pacheco, J Q Wood, M Etuoiy, J
E Vawler Jr, C II Mason, H
Stanley, Geo Carter, E W Fuller,
Mrs 0 H Hitchcock, Mastor F L
Davis, Mrs L R Wight and child,
T Tutbor Robins. Geo Trimble, L
Morosco, 0 M White aud wife, A
Hooks, Dr B S Nicholas, P C
Snyder, Mr Curtis, Mr S'.ockwell,
McKoo Raukiu, J Griffin, Miss
Nance O'Noil aud wifo, Alox Mc
Leuuan, Mrs H P Milliken, Mia
MoVicker aud daughter, M Mc
Yicker, Hoi bort Carr, U B Gehr,
Dr 0 A Rupgles, Mrs Ruggles
and daughtor, Misa F Shormau,
Miss Deuibon, F L Goulou and
Klnilnr.. tit IJi'y. In lllue.
Mrs. H. M. Djw usshted by
Mis. W. 0. King, Mrs. S. Mc
Keague, Mrs. L. E. Atwater, Mis
Seal aud other ladies, gave a fine
Thanksgiving dinner to tho con
valescents nt tbu hospital on tho
slopes of Punchbowl yestorday
afternoon. Some sixty boys sut
down to tho sumptuous ropust.
Threo of tbo follows wore unable
to rise from their bods and were
fed there by tho kind ladies whose'
work was very much appreciated.
Four nativo musicians under the
londersbip of Mr. Kauepuu, clerk
iu tho Marshal's office, furnished
music duriug tho progress of the
tJoiil P Allrr.
ThoUuitcd States Govornmont
coal pile outnide tho shed, near the
fitthumrkot, was discovered afire
this morning. Thero aro 10,000
tons iu the pilo. Tho coal iu close
proximity to tho fire is being cart
fd away so as to moro freoly ad
In this issue under Now Today
appears tho card of Dr. Walter
Hoffman. Dr. Hoffman i a credit
o his proftissiou. Ue in a gradu-
ato of Heidelberg, Berlin and
Jeua tho greatest medical schooU
in the world.
Highest Honors World's Fair
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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