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HONOLULU. H. I.. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1899.
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NORMAL CONDITIONS AGAIN
Business and Travel Are Resumed Once
Hore at 12 O'clock Xoon.
Guards Taken Awaj From the Quirantlned Dis
trict A Marked Change Noted Immedi
ate!! -Feeding Those In Distress.
GROSSLY GRUEL ACTS DONE
SYMPTOMS OF A SICK GIRL
A WATCBER OF THE CROWD
Comments on the Comments' of the
Crowd of Critics.
IN THE SUPREME COURT
BOOKINGS FOR THE COAST
Ocean Liners and Inter-hlatd Stealers
Do Rushing Business..
Col. Ituhlln Hay Reverse Parlous Opinion Rtl-
atWeto Transports -Ships to Arriie
Two Dollars a Day.
Thcro has been a rush on tho steam- '
Serious Assault and Battery Cases in
The; Cause Some Nervousness in the
A Decision Handed Down This
the District Court.
A Child of 4 the Victim In One Instance
Marks of Punishment Carried A Bad
Record Kicking In lh Face.
'ilio quarantlno which has hcen In
forco here since the 12th Inst, on ac-
count of the black plague alarm was
rnlsed at 12 o'ciock noon ..any. In
conscquonco Chinatown overflowed
with elnuness and there was general
satisfaction about town with an Im
mediate revival of buslnss amounting
to one of the greatest buying ana sell
ing rushes of the year. The natives,
' Chinese and Japancso were delighted
to bo once moro at liberty to movo
about as they choose, 'iiio men who
have been on guard were moro than
plnse. to be relieved of their unploas
?nnt and trying duties. Cript. Ashley,
' cnnti Wolior i! Woiwlnn and their
helpers in tho commissary department
hud reached nearly tho end of their
powers of endurance. Thoy had done
nn enormous amount of genulno hard
work In supplying food to tho Isolated
people. lho number' requiring to be
fed steadily Increased fiom tho first
day to the last till yesterday morning
there were upwards of ,200 on tho
rolls. More than half of theso wero
native hawallans, a great many of
whom reside In the tabu district. Tho
quarantine territory was from Knkul
street makal to Queen and from Nuu
nnu street to iiuuanu stream and tho
population of tno blocks Included is
variously estimated nt from 6,000 to
10,000 people Theso pcoplo had been
held within bounds for all tho uays
from tho 12th InBt,, and while to some
i.cgree restless from the first had, so
far ns the majority was concerned, ac
cepted the situation with a resolve to
make the best of It. There wero only
a couple of Instances In which nu
timrltv of lem-csentntlves of tho Board
nf Healtu was challenged. On Mon
day It was necessary to placo under ar
rest a man and a woman. Iho wo
man was intoxicated and tho man In
terfered when it was sought to put her
under control. For tho purposes of
the volunteer forco In tho quarantined
district a small building In tho Ka-
maukaplll church yard had been se
cured ns headquarters and equipped
wnii baths, fumigating room, etc.
Hero Dr. J. 8. D. Pratt wus In supremo
charge, with Geo. Carter as prin
cipal assistant. Hero provisions wore
handled and mall matter received and
diBtrlbutedi On Monday nearly 800
letters wero handled. There was also
a pay office for helpers under salary.
To the volunteers there was sent by
Mrs. Fuller and ouicr ladles lunches.
The vo.untcers wero careful to avoid
any danger of carrying possiblo con
tagion trom the place, using spoclal
c.othlng whllo on their rounds of In
spection, theso rounds including visits
r nil hnhitntlons nnd roll call of tho
occupants, -uo membors of tho Na
' Hrm-ii nimri nf Hawaii who have been
doing guard duty have been under their
tegular oracors, wun juoi. juuch, mu
leglmontal commander," In charge.
At tho Doard of Health offices this
morning Judge Cooper was kept busy
looking into applications for leavo for
steamers to depart for the other Is
lands and with Agent McVeigh In ap
proving bills of lading and permits for
cabin passengers. It was well under
stood that neither Japanese nor Chin
ese freight should bo considered at all
nnd that the utmost care should be
used In every way. Every vessel to be
used has been fumigated.
Tho buildings In which "suspicious
nsea" have been found will still bo
quarantined. Otherwise It will be
with certain restrictions "as you were
nil along tho line.
BRE'R RABBIT GONB.
Health Board Circles.
Resident of Iwllel Awaiting a Turn or the Ill
nessThe Doctors -Mysterious Death of
a Chloese-Not the Plague.
A pair of quite unusual and very ag
gravating assault and battery cases
took most of tho tlmo of Maglstrato
AY. I cox In tho District Court this
morning. In tho first the defendant
was a rough looking natlvo named Na
lei. It appeared that ho had, on tho
12th Inst, most shamefully and cruelly
beaten a child of four that ho had un
dertaken to raise as his own. It was
brought out that the back of tho little
one was still black and blue from pun
ishment and that there wero all over
tho body nearly marks that had been
Inflicted by blows delivered by tho de
fendant. Nnlel was sentenced to threo
months Imprisonment. Ho Is no
stranger to tho reef. Somo years ago
ho was sent thoro upon conviction for
manslaughter In that, In the Island of
Knual ho had killed a Japancso with
whom no had quarreled over a trifling
matter. Nalcl held tho head of the
Jap under mud and water till death re
sulted. Ho was considered very for
tunate at tho tlmo to get off with a
sentenco for mansalughtcr. Judge
Wilcox says that Nalel Is n mn. lot,
quite, having figured nt various times
ns ono who commits violent deeds and
having been arraigned on tho charge
of Illicit distilling on sovcral occasions,
.ho little child that was In court this
morning has been placed In a comfort
able homo where It wilt bo well treat
ed. Young Lancaster, swarthy hnlf-In-dlnn
sulked ns he listened to some
characteristic remarks from the bench.
Lancaster on Saturday night last as
saulted with lists and feet Fnlrman.
Judgo Wilcox lectured Lancaster for
kicking Falrman In tho faco when tho
latter was down and helpless. Tho
sentenco wns six months on tho reef
and nn appeal to tho circuit court was
noted by Attorney Kaulla, who appear
ed for the prisoner.
Three Japanese entered tho plea of
guilty to tho chargo of violating Board
of Health regulations by breaking
quarantino and wero fined $5 each, a
fourth pleaded not guullty and will
have a trial.
It. Duncan was fined $5 and will pay
tho costs of prosecution In a cruelty
to animals case. The specification was
uso of a harness saddle on the sore
back of an animal.
Tho en so of George Houghtaltng,
charged with selling liquor without n
license was put over till Thursday.
Thinks He Sees the Motives of the Demagogues
Remarks About Condition or Chinatown
-Not So Bad As it Might Be.
"Bubonic plague" Interest today Is
centered In tho illness of Ethel John
son, aged about 15, at tho homo of
her parents In Iwllel, near tho Hono
lulu Soap Works. Tho physicians wero
first called about 7 o'clock last even
ing and nt tho earliest tlmo of their
Investigations somo of them wero nil
but ready to declare "plague." Douu.
Intervened nnd tho caso Is still called
simply suspicious." At tho mtddlo
of tho forenoon Dr. Scnparono, at the
Instance or lit1. Hoffman .visited tho
patient and pronounced her condition
worse, though Improvement had been
siiown cnrlier In tho morning. Tho
enso Is being closely watched. Thoro
arc several so-called "'plague symp
toms," but no definite result or'dlng
nosls has been given out. Dr. I loft -mnn
says Uim if tho girl -dies ho will
fill out n death certificate, that In tho
meantime ho will glvo treatment and
may give his opinion on the nature of
tho Illness. Miss Johnson whs until
two or tnreo wcokh ago n pupil at v-o
High School nnd Is well spoken of by
acquaintances in tho institution, tils
tory of the caso Is being secured. So
far as known theie has been no con
tamlnatlon wltn supposed plague.
There wero tho usual hoax reports
this morning. It wns announced that
n Chinese girl, aged fourteen, had died
In tho upper Btory of a building nt tho
corner of King nnd Kckaullko streets.
In the heart of Chinatown. Investiga
tion developed that death was caused
by a skull fracture sustained In a vio
lent fall last night. This explained nt
onco tho convulsions In tho case. Dr.
C. B. Cooper was called when tho body
of tho girl wns found by Inspector D.
Dr. Scaparono looked at tho body of
the girl aud pronounced it Innocent of
plague signs. However an autopsy Is
being held at the morgue this after
noon. Tho room In which tho girl was
found this morning was looked.
Tho final report In this caso given
out this afternoon Is "Death from na
Editor Evening Bulletin: Let ono
who possesses tho psychological In
stinct to the extent of finding peren
nally Interesting tho question of why
pcoplo do tho things that they do nnd
say me thing that they say, have somo
spaco for an effort nt a conclso state
ment at a tlmo when half tho popula
tion Is Itching to write or painfully
desirous to talk.
Cases Argued And Submitted - Case Dis
missed Ejectment Cases-Sale
Is Chinatown filthy? Itclatlvcly It
tnny be. it is so pronounced by visi
tors looking for fllth visitors from
resldenco districts of pcoplo moro fa
vored than tho denizens of Chinatown
visitors flushed with a Httlo brief
authority visitors who do not know
mat one-third of tho population of tho
enrth lives In a moro crowded condi
tion than docs the population of
What if It Is filthy? And It Is not
extraordinary or uncommonly so. Is
It to be called a pampered pest hole
when it has not produced pest? It Is
tho fragmentary messenger or envoy
or dlsclplo or attorney In fact of pest I
mat lodges pest, mo plague uiacK,
bubonic, pneumonic, Is not n creation
of llltli. True, It may bo nurtured or
encouraged by certain unsanitary con
ditions, but It is not originated In the
living room, In tho soil or In tho cesspool.
NEW8 N0TE8 OP MAUI.
The bacteriological bureau Is now
entirely without a menagerie. The big.
lnnnocent-looklng, pink-eyed rabbit
Keeled over in convulsions this morn
ing, for n row minutes It made a nara
light for Its life and then gave up with
twltchlngs and kicking. Ur. Hoffman
said that ho would mako an autopsy
and somo microscopical Investigations
It ho found the time. Several men of
medicine nnd science who saw the
rabbit pass away were certain that it
was a victim of the plague, though it
had withstood tho attack ot tho mi
crobes .or somo days. Several rata
that had boen kept in a cago were dis
posed ot summarily this morning and
no more will ha inoculated for the
present. After tho rush of work is
over, so it Is stated, bacteriological re
search win bo resumed.
The report of the customs collector
general for last month raodo to tho
Vt.-iotor nf Wlnnnco shows that tho to
tal dutiable for November. 1899, Is
$245,174.41; bonded, $16,879.57; free by
treaty. $403,304.15; free by CM 1 Code
$130,189.33; Honolulu, $801,547.40;
lUlo, $75,348.89! Kahulul, $14,033.48;
total Hawaiian Islands, $890,931.83; to
tal eleven months, 1899, $15,945,349.14;
total eleven months, 1898. $9,971,595.-
. a tynn n ftTI fK1! Oft
78; increase tor iay, j,j,ii. j
It was on Dec. 18 in 1893 that Presi
dent Dole, to case tho tension of the
situation here, Inquired officially ot
Minister Willis, tho Intentions of tho
United States Government toward tho
provisional Government. Prominent
citizens also waited on Mr. Willis to
learn what It was intended to do hero
at tho lnstanco ot Mr. Cleveland. The
Corwln was still In port.
On Dec. 18, 1878, occurred tho great
flro on the esplanade, with Its loss ot
$285,700. Very few ot the buildings
destroyed were insured.
Resolution tor tho Boers.
Washington, Dec. 6. Senator Raw
lins of Utah presented a resolution
providing tor a lull Investigation of al
leged polygamous practices in the
United States and whether tho Presi
dent has appointed polygamlsts to
Federal offices. It was referred to the
Mr. Mason, Republican, ot Illinois,
offered a resolution extending tho best
hopes ot the Senato to the Boers In
their contest for liberty.
Free Trade With Possessions.
Washington, Dec. G. Senator
Chandler today Introduced bills an
plying the customs and Internal reve
nue laws ot the United States to the Is
lands ot Cuba and Porto Rico, aftor
January 1, 1900. Goods between tho
Islands and tho United States are to
bo exchanged as between tho States.
Inquiring on Charleston Loss.
Washington, Dec. 6. Admiral Wat
son today cabled tho Navy Depart
ment that tho court ot lnqury to In
vestigate the loss ot tho cruiser Char
leston convened yesterday at Cnvlte.
Ho added that all tho Charleston's
people wero presont.
Wounded Are Returning.
London, Dec. C The first batch ot
wounded soldiers from South "Africa,
numbering 133 men, arrived In tho
Thames today on the British transport
Sumatra, which left Table Bay about
Latest From Ladysmlth.
London. Dec. C A dispatch from
Ladysmltb, dated Monday, November
' Have plenty.of food, water ond am
Walluku, ,Dec. 1C Tho U. S. Sur
veyshlp Pathfinder arrived nt Lahalna
last Tuesdny nftcrnooon and early
next morning sho left for Kahulul
where sho is now anchored.
Tho December term of tho Second
Circuit court adjourned slno dlo yes
terday. Many cases woro continued
until next Juuo term, 1900. Judgo Per
ry, Deputy Attorney General J. W.
Cathcart, Stenographer Case, and In
terpreter Sheldon will all return today
per Klnau. Attornoy Crelghton will
also return to town.
Dr. Armltago ot Walluku and Dr.
Dcnlgar of Lanal nro at present at
tending to MrenJr. Davison of La
halna, who Is very HI.
Rov. Lono, until rieently acting pas
tor ot the Kaumakaplli church, has re
considered his decision and has re
fused to accept the call ot the congre
gation of the Kaahumanu (native')'
cnurcn at wauuKu.
Attorney Kaneakua will not return
to Honolulu on account of the plague,
but will spend a few days at Mr. S.
Ah Nil's Kula home.
In 1895 It was proven that tho chol
era camo from tho Orient.
Tho foreign sources of various small
pox epidemics wero well established.
It is said and so far accopted that
such plaguo as wo havo had hero In
1899 comes In merchandise from Japan
In 1895 tho first case of cholera was
reported from Iwllel, u suburb rcmoto
from Chinatown. Tkero wero few
cases found In Chinatown proper. Tho
greatest number from n single local
ity wero from a big native houso In
Walplllpllo, makal of the l'aluma ter
minus of the Tnim line.
In 1899 thcro have been officially re
corded two deaths by plague. Ono
caso was found In Nuuanu street but
not In Chinatown proper nnd tho other
In Queen street, makal of tho Opera
House nnd rcrrnto trom Chinatown.
Now, In tho nnmo ot Just h Httlo bit
ot common sense, In tho name ot tho
dear spirit ot half fairness, In tho name
of an nppeal for conduct and action nnd
Judgment with forgctfulness ot petty
projudlco and tho most selfish nnd
meanest self-interest nnd in tho nnmo
of a wnrrantcd demand for criticism,
not Irrational and captious and self
seeking, why all this lino and cry
about Chinatown? Where, I nsk, Is
there n single peg on which to hang a
section of n line of tho unmeaning, un
reasoning, miscellaneous, scatter-gun
comment nnd general condemnation of
tho Health Board?
In tho Supremo Court this morning
tho cases of Republic vs Lo Sheo, Hen
ry Smltn vs Hnmakua Mill Co., nnd
Ottman vs Minister of tho Interior,
wero argued and submltteu. In the
case of Hawaii Land Co. vs Ncttlo L.
Scott the nppeal was dismissed on ac
count of failure of appcallant to flic the
bonds necessary. Tho caso of W. L.
Stanley, First Judgo vs Barennbn, an
estate matter, Is being argued this af
ternoon. Tho Supreme Court has handed down
n decision In tho caso of John D.
Paris vs John Grclg administrator of
tho estate of Antonio Fernandez.
Tho Judgment of tho Circuit Court
Is reversed nnd o bill dismissed. The
caso grew out of a proposed sale of
cnttlo belonging to Fernandez.
A. A. Wilder. Esq., participated In
tho decision with Justices Frear nnd
Polly Bird has sued S. M. Kauakanul
nnd several others. She claims an In
terest In ccrinla lands In Mnklkl Val
Henry Smith has begun nn nctlon In
ejectment against Noa nnd Kapunala.
Au action In ejectment has been
brought by C. K. C. Rooko against
Knthren Singer nnil On Yin. Tho de
fendants have nnswered tho complaint
nnd deny tho claim.
Judgo Perry tlils'inornlng confirmed
the sale of tho property of the cstnto
ot the lato A. G. SUva and ordered tho
executor to glvp deeds to the purchas
ers. Tho demurrer to tho amended bill
of complaint in the Kamalo Sugar caso
was argued nnd submitted before
Judge Stanley this morning.
Tho caso In ejectment of A. S. Mn
haulii vs Kohnlemoku and Knmala Is
being heard by Judgo Stanley this afternoon.
ship offices during tho past few days or,
pcoplo anxious to return to Ban
With tho exception of two cabins,
tho Australia has already a full list,
while many tickets have been sold to
cabin pnssengcrs Jot tho Gaelic. Tho
stcerngo and second class applicants
for both steamers aro numerous and
there will be moro departures of that
class at this season of tho year than
over before. 1 he plaguo scare readily
accounts for the rush, but now that
tho quarantine Is raised many may
change their minus before tho day ot
Now Hint tho quarantine Is raised.
Col. Rulilln said today that ho would
probably send by tho Gaelic ii recom
mendation that transports bo sent to
Mnnlla by way of Honolulu as usual.
Thcro are only threo expected hero
from Snn Francisco during tho next
thirty unyB. Tho stock transport Flint
shire Is now on her way, whllo tho.
Sheridan nnd Grant may nrrlvo somo
tlmo during tho coming month.
It mny bo that tho officials of tho
transport service at San Francisco will
concludo not to send tho transports
by this route, In which caso Honolulu
has seen tho last ot tho volunteers for
somo tlmo to come.
Tho next transport to nrrlvo from
Manila will bo tho Athenian which will
como hero to tao what stock was left
by tho Centennial.
If tho Board ofHcalth was capablo
In 1895, It Is moro capable, moro effec
tive, better equipped, stronger and
more efficient in 1899. Does anyono
say, would there be basis for tho alle
gation, Is tho intimation mado that it
has deteriorated gone backward, bo
como less vigorous, vigilant, Indus
A Crew In.Muttny.
Tho crew of the British ship Enrol
from iNOWcnstle and hero about six
weeks, refused duty to a man this
morning. They claimed that they wero
being taken to sea with an insufficient
supply of fresh food. They wero per
mitted to appeal to officials and it was
found that they had been provided tor
as required by law. Capt. Evans was
called and tho men having assumed a
tnrcatenlng attitude, they wero placed
in irons. A dozen natives recruited by
Shipping Master Lewis wero taken
aboard and sails woro bent and tho
snip taken to sea, the natives" return
ing In Bhoro boats. Tho captain of tho
Errol said ho anticipated no difficulty
in, getting them back to duty in duo
time. Tho crew Is a new ono, having
shipped hero. Tho old crow deserted
almost to a man and most of tho de
serters aro on tho way to Manila In
Tonight tho biggest society event in
tho way of theatrical amusement over
known in Honolulu will bo glvon at
the Opera Houso, when Mrs. Annls
Montague Turner will appear as Mar
guerite In Faust with tho Boston
Lyric Opera Company. Every effort Is
being mado by tho management of the
company to glvo a presentation wormy
of tho occasion, another big featuro
will bo tho appearance of tho ontlro
Hawaiian Ban- In tho fourth act.
There is no doubt but the theater will
be crowded to us utmost capacity.
If Chinatown was cleaned In 1895
and it was only cleaned then with the
rest o. tho city, it Is clean now. For
it has been looked after ever since.
Thcro has been . "discovered" there
lately a few overfull cesspools ot as
sertive odor. This is bad in its way
but, again, wJiat of it? The odor does
not kill. It did not breed cholera. It
did not breed black plague It did not
breed email pox. Were tho wholo ot
Honolulu a reeking stench ot a cess
pool, with the incident animal life, It
could not produce originate a single
case of plague, cholera or small pox,
Tho diseases to bo here must be
brought hero from elsewhere. These
Chinatown overflowing cesspools aro
bad, I repeat, but tho magnltudo of
this appearance as well as the size or
import or threat ot each and every
other phase of the Idly called unsani
tary condition has been vastly, need
lessly and harmfully exaggerated.
The Boys "Duft Up."
Geo. It. Carter, who was onco him
self nctlng auditor general, has at
tho present tlmo a slight grievance
against that office. On Saturday last
and on Monday of this week Mr. Carter
and others In charge ot work In China
town went Into their pockets nnd pro
duced money for tho pay of help. They
have had bourn and hours of grief In
gcttln glnto shape satisfactory to tho
auditor general the resultant accounts.
Finally It wus agreed to waive somo
certain pencil entries mado In Emer
gency. In tho mcniitlmo Mr. Carter
lmil about decided to go to tho Cham
ber of Commerce for tho money. Many
of tho volunteer Inspectors havo from
tlmo to time, besides giving their ser
vices provided money for which thero
wns Immcdlnto demand In tho pur
chase of various supplies.
On Quarantine Island.
Board of Health Agent McVeigh and
others acquainted with Quarantlno
Island aro astonished that It should bo
designated an unclean place. What
ever debris originates on the placo Is
placed wbcro It can be carlrcd oft by
the tldo or Is burned. Tho Islanu has
always been considered a healthy
place. It has many times for weeks
had a largo population, but never any
sickness except such as taken from
ships or the town.
Grand Army Reunion.
Chicago, Dec. C. The National
Council of the Grand Army of tho Re-'
public decided today Hint tin next re
union will bo hold during Uio last week
of August, 1900, li Chicago
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye, Bat,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrh
Tho Evening Bulletin, 75 cents per
Those passengers who have undergone
a week's quarantine on board of the va
rious Island steamers anchored at the
mouth of the harbor, and who have paid
two dollars a day for that pleasure will
probably consider their trouble and expense
lost, now that the quarantine has been
raised and any one who wishes to depart
can board any of the steamers, after ob
taining a certificate from a physician antla
permit from Hie Boaid of Health.
There are two sides to the storv, how
ever. If the quarantine had not been rais
ed, on account of fresh cases of the plague
appearing, they would have reaped the
benefit of their foresight and deparced to
day without fall while those who had not
taken the ame precantlon would have re- ,
malned on shore. , , , .
The following steamers anchoreJ either
In Hie stream or at the mouth of Hie har
bor wilt d-part this afternoon on their
usual routes: niaunn uoa, w. vj. nan,
Mikahaln, Noeau, Nilliau, Claudlne, He
lene, Leliua, Kinau and Maui.
Mr. M. B. Curtis mado his first ap
pearanco at tho Orpheum last night as
"Levlnsky tho pawnbroker" In "Mul
berry Bend;" Miss Blna Curtis taking
tho role of Gvonno Joubert, a French
actress. The scene ot the play Is the
Interior ot a pawnshop of which Levin-
sky Is proprietor. The sheriff having
received Instructions to foreclose Le
vlnsky, concocts a plan by which
through the medium of kerosene and
matches tho tenant and his financial
troubles wll Islmultaneously disap
pear. In the Interval numerous Im
pecunious customers tread a well beat
en track to the money lender's counter.
While Mr. Curtis' ability as an actor
Is not at present In question, tho piece
Itself Is devoid of merit and affords a
poor setting for any actor ot preten
sions. WEDDINO STATIONERY, Engraved
H. F. WIOHMAN.
Tho Evonlng Bulletin, 75 cents per
President' Dole Is profoundly Im
pressive In his role of patriarch, but
zounds, how slow, deliberate, oven
halting, s ho. Mr. C. is given scope to
let his ambitions tor a record cavort
to a hurricane pace, and Is duly die
credited by tho newspaper of his enc
my, Mr. T.
Mr. J. shines as a commander In ac
tive scrvlco und does well. Dr. R. gets
the center ot the stage. Dr. A. stabs
viciously at nls lato employers. Mr,
C. and others glvo a sturdy poko to
tho absent Air. I), or mo u. Estate Dr,
W. shows real strength as docs his
colleague, Dr, -. Dr. E. theorizes to
his heart's content. There Is much
more for this chapter.
A CROWD WATCHER.
Honolulu. H. I., Dec. 18. 1899. -
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GOVS
For Salo by ManufacHircrt' Shoe Co., Fart St.. 9(fn if the ?m ttt