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Voi,. VIII. No. 1425.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUKSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1900.
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MORE VICTIMS ARE CLAIMED
New Plague Cases
Big Hou-eBarnlDf oa Nuuanu Street Health
Board and Citizens Committees Hard at
Work New Barracks.
2:30 p. m. Outside ot tho
two cases todny thoro Is noth
ing new In tho plaguo situa
tion. It Is probable that
Illock 10 will bo destroyed to
morrow morning, but this will
be decided at today's Hoard
of Health meeting.
discs of Wednesday unil Todny.
Following nro the cases of tho plaguo
that dovelopod yesterday afternoon:
Knanohl, malo Hawaiian, aged 10,
employe of Board of Health on odorless
excavator. Stricken with the plaguo
yesterday morning nnd removed to the
pest houso In the afternoon. Kaanohl
was a member ot tho samo gang In
which Iono, tho other odorless excava
tor plaguo patient, was employed. He,
with his fellow laborers, had been In u
special aunrnntlno nlaco In Kakaako
sinco lono was stricken with tho
Kanchoa, malo Hawaiian, ago 21,
member of Co. H, National Guard of
Hawaii. This young man was on duty
lit the corner of Pattahl and River
streets until noon Tuesday. Ho went
homo nnd was takon sick. Yesterday
he was taken to tbo Queen's Hospital,
but was refused admittance by Dr.
Cooper who reported the case to the
"Board of Health. Investigation Bhow
ed a well uovcloped enso of tho plaguo
nnd tho patient was removed to tho
1'aule, male Hawaiian, aged 12. Body
tal;en from ono ot tho houses to tho
rear of KaumakapllI church this morn
ing. This Is ono ot the quickest cases
on iccorcl bo far. Last evening Paulo
was playing Russian War on tho
streets nnd this morning at fi o'clock ho
was dead, plaguo having developed
during tho night. Tho body was Im
mediately cremated and tho buildings
lit tho vicinity will be burned ns soon
Ah Chow, male Chinese, aged iT.
Died at detention camp, koio.senu oil
houso, Knknako, this morning. Tho
case was not veiy well marked but,
upon on autopsy being held, unmistak
. able signs of tho plaguo wore found.
The body was cremated.
Didn't Know About It.
An old whlto man living In the build
ing on Nuuanu street next the Com
mcicinl saloon was with great difficul
ty perbuaded to remove from tho placo
this morning. Ho was told that tho
Hoard of Health would certainly burn
the old houso but ho protested that
thero were no germs on his premises
nnd that ho didn't know whether ho
would bo burned out or not. Thero
was a sudden change of opinion when
the engines arrived on the scene and
keiosene oil was poured about.
In Judicial Atmosphere.
Tho beds used by tho physicians and
other ofllcers of tho Board of Health
have been moved from the old legisla
tive hall to tho pr(vato room of Judge
Stanley on tho upper floor of tho gov
ernment building. Cortnlnly tho men
who hnvo to sleep on theso beds will
enjoy moro peaceful rest now that they
havo been romoved from the vicinity of
tho laboratory into which germs ot tho
I plague are daily carried.
Chief Hunt's Fire CuiMtne.
Chief Hunt was seated quietly In his
llro carriage nt the corner ot Bere
tanla nnd Nuuanu streets this morn
ing watching tho firo on Kukut lano
when Bomo ono called his attention to
tho ton of tho vehicle. A niece of burn
ing wood had fallen thero and, beforo
any ono could get to it, nan uurnca
quite a hole.
At a.mectlng of tho Board ot Health
. yesterday Mr. Colt repotted that
eighty-two Cnlnese, Japanese and Ha
wallans nt his detention camp had un
" derfono tholr quarantine of ten days.
Tho Board decided that theso people
woula havo to remain In quarantlno
ten days without coming In contact
with now arrlvnls. This will keep tho
clghty-two peoplo In until Saturday.
Fire on Nuunnu.
Several cottages along Kukul lano
and thrco largo buildings directly on
Nuuanu street, forming a compact set
tlement wero burned this morning by
order of tho Board ot Health.
Kcroscno oil was distributed about In
liberal quantities nnd Dr. Wood saw
that tho room in which tho Jnpaneso
woman stricken with tho plnguo was
taken from, was given an extra large
doso. Then tho torch was npplled in
ono of the shacks to tho rear and, In n
very short time, this was on fire. Tho
flames caught tho other shanties nnd,
In about an hour's time, nil these hnd
been levelled to tho ground.
It was not long beforo a long build
ing connecting tho back part ot tho
premises with tho three largo build
ings facing on Nuuanu street was on
firo. Tho Blight breczo from tho north
cast fanned tho flames to good pur
tioso nnd the lnttcr were soon on flro.
It was at that time tho flro laddies
had to uso their heads and handlo tho
lines of hoso with rapidity In order to
protect tho frnmo buildings surround
ing tho fie nnd thoso on tho other side.
At nbout noon tho wholo placo was
burned to tho' alley on tho mnuka, the
Commerclnl saloon on the makal, tho
Orpheum on tho Wnlklkl and Nuuanu
street on tho Ewn side.
AT VAIAKAMILO CAMP
What Is Being Done Under G.
Scene of Great Activity Laborers Hurrying
Back and Forth Trains With Loads of
Lumber Detail of Camp.
TRAMWAYS CALLED DOWN
Ordered to Suspend Tracklaying Pend
ing Results ot Litigation.
Twenty Thousand Dollars for Relieving Plague
Sufferers Hlto to Have Its Htw Govern
ment Building Right Away.
Atiout Eorcijjn Bottoms.
After this no foreign vessels In the
stream will bo allowed to discharge,
cither In tho stream or ashore without
n special permit from tho Collector
General of tho port.
Telegrapn Outside Hawaii
Population of Infected District.
Tho taking ot the census In the in
fected district was finished last ovon
Ing by Dr. Pratt and tho following ro
turns noted: Block 1, 834; 2, 893; 3
and 4, 363; 5 nnd 6, 548; 7. 2G7; 8 and 9,
117; 10, las; Jii siu; " "" ouJ "
and 14. 70; a 15. C17; b 15, 1.547; 18 nnd
17, 310; 18, 19 and 20, 379; 21, 23 nnd
25, CO. Total, 7,012.
Violating Health Regulations.
Kamalu (w) nnd Amala and Kealo
ha, two boat boys, wero nrrestcd today
and fined ?10 nnd costs In tho Police
Court on the chnrge ot violating Doard
u Health regulations. Kamalu waa
taken nboard tho Holono last evonlng
by tbo two boat boys. Sho waa dis
covered aboard this morning and hor
Immediate nrrest was caused.
The Electrical World and Engineer
bays of tho now American wireless
Articles of Incorporation havo been
filed with tho Secretary of Stato .it
Trenton, N. J., for n corporation with
an authorized capital ot $10,000,000.
This company Is to bo known as the
Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company
of America. Ono-half of tho author
ized capital is preferred slock, with 8
per cent non-cumulntlvo dividend.
Arrangements havo already been
mado for tho purchaso of tho Marronl
patents and tho ncqulrlng of rights to
operate In all tho American possessions
and In Cuba. Tho company Is em
powered to opcrnto over land ami rca.
The Incorporators are tJugiicimo jui.r
conl, Loudon; Isaac L. Hlee, August
Belmont nnd Clement A. Griscom, Now
York, nnd Robert Goodbody, Pntcrson,
Mr. Isaac I, nice, who Is to ho presi
dent of tho now company, states that
tho factories and headquarters will bo
established In New York. "Wo shnll
bo in nctlvo operation Just n soon ns It
Is possible to And suitable qnnrters and
build tho machinery. Special attcu
tlon will bo given to tho mnnufacturo
of wireless Instruments with which to
cnuln ships that they may communl
cato nt sea. Thero will bo largo or
ders for establishing communication
between points whero It Is not prac
ticable to maintain cables. Wo ex
pect to equip tho signal and life-saving
stations along tho coast with tho wlic
lcss system, thnt they may warn ap
proaching vessels In tlmo of fog or
storm. Tho uses to which tho wireless
system may bo put nro nlmost unlimit
ed. Thero Is nn lramenso fleld beforo
us, nnd tho system Is ns yet In Its In
fancy. Wo shall havo no Interest In
tho contract that was recently mndo
to connect flvo of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands by wireless telegraphy. That was
entered Into beforo our company was
fully organized. Wo shall control all
other rights, however, as well as In
nil the American possessions and
August Belmont is to bo treasurer ot
tho comnany. and Mr. inco is now taic
lng nctlvo steps to organlzo his forces
tor tho development or, me company.
Just how much Mr. Mnrconl is to get
for his system hero Is not known, but
It Is authoritatively stated that In Eng
land after rofuslng 10,000 from tho
Government ho got 17,000 from tho
Engllsn company nnd iou.ouo in m
shares which nfterwnrds roso In valuo
A special dispatch from London
says: wireless tciegrnpny, Aiarcqnra
system, has linauy ueon inirouuceu
Into tho navy ns n branch study. Tho
old hulk Hector, lying nt Porlmouth,
has been fitted out ns a school ot In
struction, nnd signalmen from her will
bo attached to tho battleship Canopus,
which goes to tho Mcdlterraneon In De
comber, taking Marconi instrument
as part of hor regular equipment. Sho
will bo tho first British ship to do this.
Undoubtedly tho busiest spot In town
Just now Is at Walaknmllo where, un-.
(icr tho able superintendence ot Cbas.
U. Wilson, buildings for tho people of
tho Infected district and all tho neces
sary appointments for tho samo aro bo
Ing rushed along with a rapidity that
Is, to say tho least, astonishing. A re
porter of tho Bulletin called at the
placo early this morning Just ns the
men were starting In with tho day's
work and was shown about by Mr. Wil
son nnd ono ot his assistants.
Before tho work of tho carpenters
wnB started It was necessary to cut
down hundreds of trees from tho rail
road track to tho sea, opening up n
sparo ample for all tho operations nnd
discovering tho beautiful scenery about
tho place. ,
Tho work on tho buildings was then
started nnd this morning tho floors of
tho last of these, near the sea, wero
Facing Diamond Head Is tho first lot
of houses a row of nlno divided off
Into sections of three. Between theso
sections Is a driveway fifty feet In
width while ench of tho three houses ot
the section are separated by twenty
racing In tho opposite direction nnd
separated by n spaco "of 62 feet Is an
other row of nlno buildings divided In
tho samo manner nlrcady described.
Through tho mlddlo of this dividing
spaco Is to run tho box flume (now In
process of construction,) over which
will bo built the water closets and
Running through tho center of tho
spaces between tho houses of each sec
tion nnd going ns far as tho Hume, vlll
bo erected wooden fences so that, there
may be no communication between tho
peoplo of each section or those ot tho
illlierent sections. Thus, should it bo
necessary, a quarantlno within n quar
antlno may bo maintained.
Ench building Is 105 feet long nnd Is
divided Into threo sections of four
rooms each, separated by a flvo-foot
nlleyway. Each room has n door open
ing into this nlleyway. Ono window
nplcco for the front rooms opens on the
veranda that 'runs. tho wholo length of
tho oulldlng, while tho windows of the
back rooms opcn'intoitho spaco divid
ing tho two rooms. Several ot theso
buildings have already been completed
nnd nro now ready for occupancy.
They nro built of rough lumber nnd
roofed with corrugated Iron but nro
comfortablo and cool. Each will ac
commodate ninety-six people. On this
basis tho twelve will bo able to take
care of nearly two thousand.
It Is expected that tho 10x12 numo
will bo completed In n short time.
Along tho short distance from tho
tnnks to tho deep water this will havo n
fall of about fourteen feet. Tho thrco
redwood tanks wero taken out today.
Theso aro to bo at tho mauka end of
the buildings. Into theso tho cnglno
near tho shore will pump tho water
from tho sea for tho continual Hushing
out ot tho flumo. Tho sections of Iron
pipe from tho euglno to tho tanks havo
already been placed In position ready
to bo Joined together.
A two-Inch pipo for a supply of fresh
water has been laid from tho King
street main to tho railroad track and
from there to tho buildings tho neces
sary sections havo been placed ready
to no put together.
Tho food for tho peoplo who aro to
occupy theso buildings will be dellver-
from driveways along tno ironi oi
TO HOUSE THE HOMELESS
The Committee ot Business Men Make
An Acceptable Report.
ALL ABOARD FOR OLAA
Several Locations Adopted Tor Villages to Receive
the Dependent People From Quarantine
-Work Promptly Started.
At tho meeting of tho Executive
Council this morning It waB voted to
request from tho Council of Statu an
appropriation of $15,000 for tho acquisi
tion or lands and tho construction
thereon of dwellings for tho peoplo
rendered homeless by efforts at sup
pressing tho plague.
Tho sum of $5,000 Is to bo requested
at tho samo time for tho temporary
mnlntcnnnco ot tho samo people. It
was decided to convene tho Council of
Stnto nt 3 o'clock this afternoon for
tho presentment of theso recommenda
tions. Under Act 03 of tho Laws of 1S9S, tho
Minister of tho interior wns authorized
to expend tho appropriation of $12,000
for a new custom house nnd postoluco
building nt IIIIo.
Tho Council advised tho Minister of
tho Interior by resolution to notify tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company that It
must immediately ccaso tho laying of
Its second track on King street until
tho litigation now beforo the courts Is
The Railroad Thus Far Will Be Com
pleted In February.
Material for the Workshops at
Ground Engines on the Way Puna En
tension Will Proceed Immediately.
BATTLE OF THE RAILS
The Hawaiian Tramways Co. Will Staid
Upon Its Claimed Rights.
New Phase of Controversy The Rapid Transit
Company Proposes tcBrook No Further
Interference With Its Irons.
TROUBLE ON W. G. HALL.
Thero waa-troublo on tho W. G. Hall
yesterday afternoon. It ia understood
that tho mate wanted tho natlvo sail
ors to work on tho water tanks until
after 13 o'clock noon. Tho natives
kicked, saying they wanted their lunch
at 12 as usual. Tbo mato told them
they could go ashoro it they didn't
want to work. This 18 Just what they
wanted and, taking a boat thoy came
ashoro. Luckily they did not land. A
lot of talking was done and tho men
finally consented to back nboard. Tho
wharf superintendent was sent out nnd
tho situation wns relieved.
ench row. Absolutely no communica
tion from tho rear will bo allowed.
Tho electric light wires nro being
nut un todny nnd lights will bo In
shortly. In fnct, all parts of tho work
aro being rushed along together so that
when tho detention camp is compictcu
It will bo completed In is entirety with
no unit of tho work left lagging be
hind.' In fact tho work Is going on
with such rapidity that n mnn watch
ing tho operations this morning said:
"This reminds mo ot n sausago nfa
chlne. You nut tho lumber in at ono
end nnd It comes out In tho shnpo of a
houso ot tho qthcr end In n very short
What has greatly facilitated tho dis
patch in tho matter ot building tho
camp is tho spur of tho railroad run
ning to within n tow feet of tho build
ings. This was started Monday night
by Superintendent Denlson of tho O. K.
& L with n gang of thirty Japanese and
wns completed tho next day. Not a
cent waa charged for this work.
Trains nro continually running back
nnd forth with materials and now It
has beon decided to take tho laborers to
and from work on tho cars.
In a day or so all of twelvo buildings
will bo started nt n placo nearer tho
sea nnd on tho samo plan as thoso described.
Hon. Paul Neumann, attorney for
tho Hnwailnn Tramways Co., when
seen this afternoon had not yet receiv
ed tho prescribed notification from tho
Government. When told of Its tenor
"Then they had better order tho
court to give Its decision."
Ho wns asked If ho considered tho
Government hnd no power to order tho
company to ceaso tracklaying.
"Of course not," Mr. Neumann re
plied. "So long ns wo comply with tho
law tho Government has no right to In
terfere. Wo nro ready to comply with
nny icnsonnblo request wo havo no
quarrel with tho Government but
shall not allow our lawful rights to bo
set aside. You do not And tho public
much Inconvenienced by our opera
"No, wo shnll not stop tho work now
being done. It Is our intention to con
tlnuo laying track until wo connect
with our switch, so that wo may bo
ablo to utlllzo tho extent of street for
As to tho power ot tho Government's
ordering tho additional track laid on
tho opposlto side of tho street from
whero it is bolng laid, Mr. Neumann
being questioned mado answer simply
that they would not shift tho location
of tho second track.
C. G. Ballcntyno, manager of tho Ho
nolulu Rapid Transit Co., wns asked
what his peoplo were going to do, since
tho Government hnd compiled with
their request to order n suspension ot
tho other concern's operations.
"Wo do not proposo to allow nny
more ot our track to bo pulled up,"
wns the answer.
"You will placo day and night
guards along tho lino?"
"Shotguns or clubs?"
"Well, wo shall ndopt whatever
means may bo necessary to protect our
property. It is not contemplated,
though, to havo any breach ot tho
peace. Still, wo havo tho men ready."
On this point, however, Mr. Ballen-
tyne said ho should consult their at
tornoy, Mr. Thurston, beforo deciding
on tho courso to take.
Mr. Ballentyno was saying that the
Tramways peoplo had no Intention ot
operating n doublo track on King
street, but merely wanted to shut out
tho Rapid TrnnBlt from tho use ot that
thoroughfare, when ho strode awny to
meet Mr. Thurston then coming down
Tho adjourned conference of repre
sentatives of tho Hawaiian Planters'
Association, tho Honolulu Chamber of
Comma co nn.! tlia lliualiar Medical
Association "AlHi Ihe Executive Coun
cil was held vcatorday nftcrnoon.
Ther- wero piesunt: President Dole,
Minister Cooper, W. P. Allen, P. A.
Schaefcr, T. J. King, Dr. Raymond, P.
W. McChcrnoy, W. M. Glffard, J. P.
Hackfold, R. P. Iiugc, W. W. Hall, J.
U. Athcrton. A. . Gear, P. M. Swanzy,
J. P. Cooke, C. L. Wight nnd T. R.
Mr. Allen, us chnlrmnu ot tho gen
eral committee appointed tho previous
day, called on Mr. Gear as secretary to
read tho report ot tho committee. This
comprised the reports of two sub-committees
Tho report of tho speclnl committee
ot nlno (9) appointed by President
Dolo on motion ot L. A. Thurston to
ascertain through tho Japanese and
Chinese Consuls the wishes nnd desires
of the Chlneso nnd Jnpnncse nt present
In quarantlno ns to their prospects ot
finding homes nnd being able to tnko
enro of themselves otter rcleaso from
quarantine, nnd to look up locations
for temporary camps for tha shelter
nnd food of said people.
Tno committee resolved Itself into
two sub-committees. Tho committee
to Interview tho Jnpaneso and Chlneso
Consuls consisted of Messis. I M.
Swnnzy, W. M. Glffard, and P. W. Mc
Chesney, and u committee to provide
for tho location for temporary camps
consisting of Messrs. J. P. Cooke, C. L.
Wight, 13. P. Bishop, T. J. King W. P.
Allen nnd A. V. Gear.
The committee appointed to Inter
view tho Japanese and Chlneso Consult;
ascertained tho following facts:
Tlicio nro eighty people In quaran
tlno to bo released Jnuum 10th or
1 1 tli, 100 to lo relcaseO January 18th.
Out ot the 380, 130 aro Chinese, 'i0 ni
3apnncso, about 30 r,ro tuute.s, and tl.o
remainder various' i.atlotinlltlfM. Of
tho 130 Chinese, 83 taln that they ha.'o
places to go to and nro nolo to look af
ter themselves, nnd -17, consisting
chiefly of clerks, shopkeepers, etc.,
doubt whero to go, nnd must lie taken
caro of. Of tho eighty who nro to bo
Amongst nil tho dolorous talk of Ho
nolulu's unfortunnte situation, a cheer
ful note wns heard on tho street re
garding the prospects of nn early open
ing of tho Puna and Hllo railroad. Pur
particulars tho rpi.t,rtcr went to Mr.
Paxton, nt Mr. Dillingham's offices In
the J u ild block.
"Tho grading Is now very nearly
completed to tho Olan mill site," Mr.
Paxton begnn by saying.
"Material for tho complete equip
ment of car nnd mnclilno shops nnd
foundry has arrived at Hllo and Is be
ing unloaded at tho dock Just finished
by the company on Wnlakeii stream.
"Wo havo two large engines on tho
way, ono to arrlvo shortly, and expect
to havo tho road completed to Olan by
tno middle or end of February. As soon
ns wo get tho Olna part completed wo
shnll Immediately begin tho extension
to Puna. We only wloh we had tho
line to Olaa completed, when wo should
bo carrying tho largo quantity of
freight now being transported by
mules to Olna plantation.
"It Is comparatively an Inexpensive
railroad to build, having no costly
bridges or culverts. Tho old contro
versy has bee nndjustcd with tho Hllo
and Koliala railroad company, whorcby
tho Hllo railroad company obtains nn
nuiplo nmount of wnter frontage for
the accommodation of Its freight.
"In tlmo wc may run a lino to tho
Volcano. What -wo nro after In tho
meantlmo is freight traffic. Wo havo
forty-year contracts with tho planta
tions of Olan and Punn, so that al
though wo havo no oxcluslvo franchise
nobody elso can get a pound of planta
IMPOSITION ON PATRON 8.
TROUBLE WITH SAILORS.
It Is a well known fact that, but for
tho prldo entertained by niosi English
noblemen for their dcor parks, nany
oatntpH would of lata havo found their
way Into the market. J
Tho captains ot tho Poseidon nnd
Becchdnlo havo mado complaint to tho
Marshal that two young men, recently
arrived In this city have been persuad
ing a number of tholr sailors to leave
their ships for tho purpose ot going to
another vessel now In port. All kinds
of promises wore mado and tho men
wore spirited away. Theso fellows
havo been nrrested for desprtlon and
penal summonses aro now out tor tho
men who, It Is alleged, have been mak
ing all tho trouble.
Tho Evening Bulletin, 7C cents per
A citizen expressed the opinion to
a Bulletin reporter that thero ought to
bo greater precautions taken with
guards ot Infected placos. Whllo ho
was talking another citizen enmo along
and declared thnt ho had seen guards
"buzzing" with peoplo of both sexes
upon their beats. Both theso citizens
and n third ono agree that tho guards
should bo under tho strict surveillance,
ot ofllcers ot squads, who should bo
responsible for them at every moment
whllo on duty, and whoso ccrtlllcato of
their disinfection when relieved should
bo requisite to pass them Into unin
Citizen No. 1 feared that unless tho
most stringent measures of safety were
adopted, wo should still havo desultory
cases of plaguo nt tho end ot six
months nnd no money In tho treasury.
Ono ot tho group produced n memor
andum of tho plaguo at Oporto, Portu
gal, showing that In about nvo months
ending December 8, thero wero only 98
fatal out ot 280 cases. Ablo physicians
from various countries, however, hnd
congregated thero especially to combat
as well as study tho pestilence, anil
they hnd tho benefit of nn nmplo sup
ply of scrum.
Lyrics LiiHt NlfJIitH.
A crowded houso gave ear to tho
operas Cavallerla Rustlcann and Trial
by Jury nt tho Orpheum Inst evening.
In tho former tho orchestral music
forms ono of tho features of tho opera.
Between tho first nnd second parts tho
Intermezzo wns played on tho violin by
Paul Egry, accompanied by tho orches
tra, calling forth n welt merited encoro.
The opera Itself was well rendered and
enthusiastically received. Miss Nclllo
Androws ns Snntuzza put in somo ef
fective work, her prayer with chorus
accompaniment being encored. Miss
Maudo Leekloy as Lola, A. L. Pnrmley
as Turridor and tho balanco ot tho cast
was ably filled. Trial by Jury Is a
humorous sketch by Gilbert nnd Sul
livan. Tonight theso operas will bo
repeated, tomorrow Olivette.
A business man living .it Wniklkl
complains of tho crowding ot tha la
borers of tho Hawaiian Tramways Co.
Into tho cars nt flvo o'clock overy even
ing. With their clothing dirty from
tho soli of tho street these laborers,
getting freo pnssago withal, nro al
lowed to squeezo tho regulnr passen
gers. Tho complnlner considers thin
liberty taken by tho company as Im
pudent enough In the cao of gentle
men patronizing tho cars, but to havo
ladles subjected to such treatment ho
regards ns nothing short of Infamous.
Tho Noenu camo In from Hnmakua
this forenoon bringing tho news that
Hllo had established a tcn-dny quaran
tlno on nil stenmers from Honolulu for
Hawaii. Tho Klnnu will bo tho first
to como under these regulations nnd
tho four business men who went from
hero Tuesday after a quarantlno of
seven days nt Wnlklkl will find them
selves In nil kinds ot plllkiu. Hllo docs
not Intend to run tho risk or the plaguo
OFF TO THE WRECK.
Tho Walalenle was taken off the
marine rallwny yesterday and Is now
nt the Intcr-lsland wlmrf. If nil goes
well she will be dispatched to tho
scene, of the wreck of tho Kllohana to
morrow for tho purposo of getting tho
machinery and other parts of tho
Miss Hall Calno, sister of tho novel
ist, Is playing Polly Lovo In "Tho
Christian" In England.
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CASE OF MEASLES.
A caso ot tho measles aboard tho
Bchoonor Robert Lowers wns reported
nt tho Board ot Health ofllco by Dr.
Cnrmlchael this forenoon. Dr. Garvin
was sent out to Investigate.
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Williams' Photo Parlors,
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