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INSPECI10N OF GAMP 22
Japanese Consul Silto Pleasingly Sur
prised at Care of People.
Arrangements for Exercls And Sanitation
Thorough Hospital CoDveDlecccs Facili
ties for Feeding the Multitude.
Mlkl Salto. Consul for Japan, was
conducted on n tour of Inspection of
Camp 22 at tho drill shed today noon.
Ho was uccompanlcd by Attorney Gen
eral II. 13. Cooper, Drs. Myers and Hod
gins, Deputy Attoncy General E. P.
Dole, Interpreter Chester Doyle, who Is
In chargo of tho camp, and representa
tives of tho three afternoon newspa
pers. At tho drill shed tho Consul mounted
tho Btngo nnd addressed his peoplo to
tho following effect: Tho lire that
wiped out Chinatown was not made
purposely by tho Hoard of Health. It
was an accident. Tho necessity of pro
viding shelter for so many of you came
without a moment s notice. I uon t
think any government on earth could
have done so much for you In so short
a time. It gives mo tho most surprised
pleasure to sco tho arrangements mado
for your comfort. Yet you me not to
be kept In this pluco longer than Is ab
solutely necessary. You will havo per
manent homes and employment as
soon as possible. With Mr. Iioylo In
chargo here, you havo prnctlcally ono
of yourselves to attend to your wants.
You need no Interpreter to come be
tween you and tho management. Last
night a Jack of blankets was mention
ed, nnd this morning 1 saw a case of
blankets delivered here. Hut one man
must not uso threo blankets while his
neighbor has none. There must be
a fair division. Here you havo visiting
you with myself Minister Cooper, tho
camp physicians and representatives
of tho newspapers, to see that you arc
receiving good treatment.
WHAT ERVINO 8AID.
Vm. F. Ervlng whose purported state
iients regarding plague patients at the
jQuecn Hotel have been subjects of com'
went, makes the following public state
ment of what he has said and still says:
"At 11:40 a. m. last Sunday I was In the
vlclnitv of the Queen Hotel. There I aw
a green wagon with a red cross painted on
the side backed up to the front door. Just
then two men cime off the stoop, shut the
tailboard of the wagon, mounted with the
driver and came to Vineyard street. As
the wagon pas-ed me in Vineyard street,
believing It to oe the pest wagon, I step
td Into ihe street and a man lying on 'he
flnnr nf the waunn and a woman huJdled
ud In a slf.ine posture This fact I com-
mnnli-.-itej to several m-mbers of the Citi
zen's Sanitary Committee besides many
others, In an endeavor to find out why the
pest wagon should be carrying people
through the streets of the uninfected Uls-
"When called upon bv Mr. Smith Wed
nesday a ternooi and asked whether the
rumor, as published in the morning paper,
was correct. I denied It emphatically, re
peating to him the plain facts, as stated
above, and asserting that I was quite
ready, If necessary, to swear to the sime.
1 am still re;dy to swear to the facts as
stated above. . . .
"The president's statement In the Board
of Health meeting, a rep irted In the same
.irtlrlc . nrnvM conclusively tint the for
going statements are truths and not false
THE VELOCITY ALL RIGHT.
J. W. Broyn, the new owner of the
bark Velocity who arrived In the Ameri
can Maru last wtek, emphatically contra
dicts the lovally republished report from
an Oriental newspaper that the vessel had
been wrecked In Formosa. Three weeks
before Mr. Brown sailed from Yokohama
the firm of Nl s Mulle- at Shanghai had
received word that the Velocity was all
right. Her captain has been drowned, It
" Is true, but this was an Individual accid
ent. He dived off the vessel to recover a
pet dog that had fallen overboard, and
himself sank and was seen no more. The
Velocity had two trips to make from
Amoy to Taiwanfoo, Formosa, where the
captain was lot, and would then go to
Hongkong 10 take a charter for Honolulu.
Jameson Raider Weds.
London, Jan. 16. Captain, the Hon.
C. J. Coyentry, second son of tho Earl
of Coventry, and formerly ono of Dr.
Jameson's raiders, was married this
afternoon at Bt. Petor's church, Eaton
Square, to Mlsa Lilly Whttehouse, of
Newport, R. I. Thero was a fashion
able attendance present.
Fifty men havo been left behind at
Kawalabao to uo mo worn 01 cleaning
nn. Besides these thero are five Chi
nese In tho sick ward In tho house ob
poalte tho church.
The cltlwns who havo been In charge
of the Chlneso In detention at Kawala
bao have a largo amount of food,
clothes and lumber left over that they
do not know what to do with.
KAL1HI TO THE FRONT
Large Meeting of Residents to Organize
An Improvement Leagne.
Specific Objects Are Good Roads And a Local
Fire Brigade Officers And Exicutlte
Committee Are Elected.
Residents of Kalihl to tho number of
about forty held a meeting last night
to effect tho organization of tho Kalihl
Lcaguo for Public Improvements, w.
M. Mlnton as temporary chairman
called tho meeting to ordch
These permanent officers wero elect
ed by tho meeting: President, Wm.
Mutch; secretary, Geo. Fnrr; treasur
er, Abram Fernandez; executlvo com
mittee, T. McCants Stewart (chair
man,) Geo. Farr (secretary,) W. It.
Sims, Dr. Geo. Huddy, K. It. G. Wal
lace, W. M. Mlnton nnd Saml. I.ow
tlcn. Tho objects arc, for tho outset, to
sccuro good roaus in tno settlement
ami a local lire brigade. As to the lat
ter, it Is Btatcd that there Is not even
n lire plug out that way beyond Dow
sett's house. It n building caught tiro
In tho section, It would certainly bo
consumed befoo tho city fire depart
ment could reach tho place.
O. It. f L. Notes.
As boon as possible after the disas
trous lire of Saturday tho 0. 11. ft L.
odered u Illako pump nnd n lot of hose
tor tho piotcctlon of Its property. This
Is considered ono of the best moves tho
company has made for n long time as
thero is constant danger of lire at va
1 lous places along tho road. Tho pump
and hose havo been put on n Bpcclnl
Hat car and this will bo attached to tho
switch engine as soon as possible. Tho
hoso was run Into ono of the ponds
near the 0. It. & L. shops yesterday
and the pump set at work. For n mo
ment peoplo thought a lino of fire de
partment hose had been sent over to
the depot for the protection of tho
place, so great was tho stream thrown.
In the O. R. & L. otllccs and among
the forco of men doing tho work on
the road. Wauikamilo camp Is now
rkr.own as Kobe. This has been found
to simplify matters greatly.
Col. Jones called at tho depot this
forenoon and asked that a train be pro
vided at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning
for tho transportation In town for
fumigation, of threo out of tho four
companies now stationed at Walaka
mllo. It Is calculated that twlco as much
lumber ns It was first considered no
ccssary to put up the buildings at
Waloknmilo, has already been taken
to that placo by tho O. It. & L. Peo
plo In town wonder how It would havo
been had this material been taken out
In regular lumber wngons.
Tho Hoard of Health has tho right of
way over everything on tho road. Even
tho mlltary takes a back seat.
Tho band serenaded tho men at the
depot beforo proceeding to the Wala
MINISTER YOUNG DEMURS.
Decree sustaining demurrer and dis
missing' the plaintiff's bill In W. C.
Achl vs. Kaul has been filed. Robert
son & Wilder file defendant's bill of
costs amounting to Jll.GO.
E. P. Dolo, Deputy Attorney General,
files a demurrer of Alexander Young,
Minister of the Interior, to tno bill for
an Injunction of Hawaiian Tramways
Company, Ltd., tho grounds being:
"I. That tho Court has no jurisdic
tion of tho person of the defendant In
the premises, nor of the subject of tho
action, for tho reason that the same Is
an action against tho Hawaiian Gov
ernment. "II. That tho complainant has no
legal capacity to sue.
"III. That tho complaint does not
atnto facts sufficient to constitute a
cause of action."
Case ot Quon Fat Man.
It has been learned conclusively that
Quon Fat Man found at the corner ot
Wyllle and LUIha streets last night
was taken to the home of Ah Tal on
the winding road above Llllha sereet at
about 9 o'clock yesterday morning.
Previous to that re baa oeen in ine
McLean block on Nuuanu near Hotel
atroet with hla family. When it waa
found that the man was dying he was
spirited out the back way by his
friends, driven through Fowler's yard
and taken to Ah Tal's. For this rea
son a guard was placed about Fowler's
yard last night.
It turns out that people from these
houses on Nuuanu street In the Infect
ed district have been going back and
forth out the back way though Fow
ler's yard at will.
Quon Fat Man was an employo In
the Pantheon saloon but ha not been
on duty since tho very beginning of
his sickness. Ho was 111 Monday, but
no signs ot tho plaguo were found at
TWO VICTIMS OF PLAGUE
Chinaman From Mm Street And
New Cases Todaj Fowler's Yard Quar
antined for Obvious Reasons Move
ments of the military.
2 p. m. Tho record today
shows two deaths from tho
cases. Tho first was Quon
Fat Man, mnle Chinese, aged
35, found at tho corner of Wy
llle and Nuuanu streets nt
about 7 o'clock last evening,
where ho had been left by a
countryman. Tho victim was
removed to tho suspect hos
pital nt Knkaako where he
died nt 2 o'clock this morning.
Tho second was tho case of 11
Hawallnu woman, Emily Dis
llng by iinmo, aged -12, who
died at her homo In Knlmukl
ncur tho new road to KaplolanI
park at about 8:30 o'clock this
morning. Doth bodies wero
removed to tho morgue this
mornlngwhcre autopsies show
ed unmlstnkablo signs ot the
plaguo In both cases. As soon
n3 possible, they wein removed
to Mnultola and cremated.
Chhc of Emily Billing.
Tha enso ot Emily Dialing, tho Ha
waiian woman who died at Kaimukl
this morning, was reported by Sub-In
spector Richardson of District 35 last
evening. Dr. Augur was tho first to
appear on tho scene and Dr. Garvaln
went out later. Thero did not appear
to ho Biimclcnt causo to warrant a
diagnosis of plague but a guard was
placed over the house. Tho husband Is
a carpenter in the employ ot tho Hoard
ot Health at Walakumtlo. He nnd his
two children havo been placed In de
tention and the house Is to be-burned
as hooii as possible.
With tho Jupnncsc.
Tho Japanese at tho drill shed camp
had a regular series ot wrestling
matches annd tug of war conUms iudt
night and prizes amounting In all to
$25, were distributed to tho winners.
This was nil brought about through tho
efforts of Chester Doylo.
Yesterday afternoon about 4:30
o'clock, a Japanese flag loaned by Con
sul Mlkl Salto, was hoisted on an Im
provised flag polo nt about tho center
of tho enmp. As this was going up tho
Jnpancso cheered vociferously.
A guard outsldo tho camp gnto was
removed yesterday on account of In
solence to Bomo Chinese Indies.
Just Recognized Chinatown.
A naval ofllccr who was looking nt
tho ruins of Chinatown this morning
remarked as follows: "This Is tho first
tlmo since my stay hero that I havo
recognized this district. When I was
hero In 1878 thero were very few Chi
nese and Japanese In the locality. I
remember well seeing tho natives In
their little settlements along makal ot
the ruins of Kaumakaplll, making their
koa seed baskets and living nn Ideal
existence. When, upon my arrival
here, 1 saw the shacks of Chinatown,
the place appeared strange to me."
No Fires Today.
There wero no fires at all today. Tho
firemen nro enjoying a well oarned rest
Tho remainder ot tho condemned
buildings In Aala havo been vacated
and, as there havo been no plaguo cases
In any of these, thero is no hurry about
An af'enoon paper of yesterday had
a report of tho destruction of all. tho
condemned buildings In Aala, Includ
ing the Chlneso theaters when, as 11
matter of fact, only nlno cottages In
tho locality known as Leleo, wero
All the remaining Chlneso In Kawai-
nhao, some 750 In all, wero taken out
to tho camp In Walakamllo in an O. R.
& L. train this forenoon. The families
were taken to tho depot In drays and
other conveyances, whllo tho single
men walked along under guard later
on. As soon as Kawalabao was emp
tied Prof. Ingalls with his corps ot as
sistants began tho work ot thoroughly
disinfecting the grounds and tho
church and putting tho wholo placo In
an good shape as possible.
Fell In the Street.
Yesterday afternoon a Japanese fell
down near the corner of King street
and the Walklkl road. The Board of
Health was telephoned to at once and
Dr. Joba hastened to tho scene. There
we're no plague symptoms. The man
was very ill and bad attempted to find
shelter at the homes of some of his
countryman In Walklkl. Finding them
unwilling to take him In be started
back into town and was so overcome
by tho exertion that ho fell at the place
mentioned. Ot course, rumorologlsta
at once began to spread tho report of
A large number of dogs from Cnlna
town have been roaming about tiie
city since the fire of Saturday. The
majority of these are without tags and
arc being gathered In by tho police.
Among these nre a lot of flno animals
such ns Gordon Betters, hounds and
water spaniels. More than a dozen
wero taken out to the pound this morn
ing. Conflicting Wishes.
Tho men at the head of affairs In tho
Water Works Department are wish
ing with nil their might for rain to
fill tho reservoirs and relievo the pres
ent snortngo or water whllo tho nhysl
clnns who, doing work nt the various
camps aio hoping thut thero will bo no
rain and that hot weather win come
In place of the present chill days.
Much Appreciated Contribution.
Tho ladles of tho Japancso Ladles'
Relief Society of which Mrs. Imanlshl
Is tho trensurer, aie very grateful to C,
S. Desky Tor a contribution of $30
hnnded In this morning. A letter of
thanks lias already been sent to tho
Two Doh In i House.
Two dogs havo been lu Keo Chung's
building nt tho corner of Hotel and
Smith streets slnto tho fire of Satur
day. Tho occupants of tho placo lu
their hurry to lock up nnd get out, left
tho poor nnlmnls Inside. Thcso men
nre now In Kalihl. An effort will bo
made to get tho dogs out today.
Death at Ktikmiko Camp.
Fuzltu, malo Japanese, aged 35, died
at tho kcroscno waruhouso detention
camp this morning. As me ucath was
a sudden ono tho body was removed io
the mogue where a post mortem show
ed beri-bcrl ns tho causo of death.
Co. II Ordered Out.
Co. II encamped on tho grounds of
tho Executive building lins been or
dered out to Walakamllo. By tomor
row thero will probably bo but ono
company on duty In town, all tho peo
plo from Knwalnhuo having been n
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
Announcements Once a Week How to
Yote umeron Still In the Lead.
Votes in The Most Popular Cap
tain Contest are coming in steadily.
The resu'ts of the weeks voting
will be announced each Saturday
the votes being counted every Fri
day evening. As the contest pro
gresses and the strite grows keener
the announcement may be made
more frequently. The prize is one
well worth winning, it being a pair
nf the finest binoculars that can be
obtained in Honolulu. They may
be seen at any time in Wichman's
In addition to the votes which ap
pear eacn day in the upper riiht
hand corner of the first page, which
are to be filled out and deposited at
this office, new subcribers are en
titled to cast votes as follows.
1 mo nil 40 votes
3 months 150 "
6 months 350 "
1 year 750 "
Cut out your vote each day,
fill in the name of your choice for
the most popular captain and place
them in the ballot-box in the Bul
letin Office. Every vote will count
at the end for the contest is sure to
be a close one. This is a case where
you should vote early and vote
The standing of the various Cap
tains in the contest up to Jan. 20
is announced below. The changes
in this list will be made weekly .
Capt. Cameron 335
Freeman . . .
Pedereon . .
The two-year-old daughter ot Carl
Willing, tho former gardener at the
government nursery,, died at about 7
o'clock this mornng. Causo ot death
TJ FACILITATE BUSINESS
Active Measures Needed to Save Mer
chants From Heavy Loss.
Wnartes Crowded- Continuation Will Be Ac
companlid by Serious Results Recom
mendations ol a Merchant.
Kdltor Evening Bulletin: Honolulu,
ns hat) been recently pointed out In
various Issues of tho public press, Is n
placo ot uncommon resource and unnnl
mlty in times of public calamity, and
Its people combine for tho common
good with enthusiasm nnd prompti
tude elsewhere unexcelled, rarely
equalled. Nevertheless our city, of
which we aro Justly proud, Is a com
munity ot polyglot population and
conglomerate Interests. Our commer
cial and agricultural prospects were
never better than at tho tlmo the pres
ent unfortunate visitation caino upon
us. We were called from the height ot
prosperity nnd the summit ot success,
both commercially nnd financially, to
tnl;o up the gauntlet In defense of tho
public health, and It cannot bo fluid
that wo wero found wanting.
Throughout, up to date, wo havo
stood straight up facing nnd fighting
tho most dreadful form of pestilence
known to tho human family, nnd It
cannot oe said that a man has faltered.
Tho fight has been, howover, restricted
to tho attempt to conlino the enemy,
within nuc bound, a quite proper and ,
correct method of procedure.
Hut thero arc further considerations, '
nnd, whilst secondary In Importance,
thcso aro matters not to he overlooked,
and bear the snmo relation to tho gen
cinl result ns does tho commissary de
partment to the nrmy In tho field.
That tho commeclnl Interests of tho
community nro suffering out of nil pro
portion to tho extent of tho disease,
Is believed by many conservative resi
dents and merchants. Tho congestion
of freight in tho port Is absolutely un
pcccdentcd, and there should bo Im
mediate means taken to relieve It. If It
Is considered desirable to avert cntas
trophc In financial and commercial
Tho Board of Health Is composed of
men who have as regards their Integ
rity and honesty of purpose, the ab
solute confidence of the public. This
Ib not questioned, but tho Board to
whom ws owo much, Is composed al
most exclusively ot professional men
who cannot bo expected to fully ap-
prcclato tho exigencies ot diversified .
Industry and trade.
Thus it has como to pass that several
thousand tons of freight nro piled up
uii uiu wuurvcB, wiuiuui i'iuih-i oiui-
ugo or protection; unrestricted ship
ments to the other Islands havo been
properly stopped, but some goods have
at the same tlmo, been permitted to go
forward, against which there aro grave
reasons for suspicion nnd criticism,
tho consequence will bo tnnt many ot
our hcrctotoro responsible merchants
and Importers, will beforo long find
themselves In a serious predicament.
Their outlet has been stopped, and
with it their Income. One immediate
relief tho Government can certainly
provide First to furnish an emer
gency storage warehouse for tho due .
care and safo keeping of tho freight
now piled up on tho wharves.
Second To assist and facilitate the
erection of some common storehouse
In a vicinity considered safe and unin
fected where incoming vessels can dis
charge their cargoes and from which
shipments mny be made to the other
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41 DUIIlUllllUK Alt tUI. UIIOVUVU B MWW
soon undertaken, it takes no prophet
to foretell tho most serious financial
crisis in mercantile centers In this
community that has yet occurred. The
situation is critical and should be re
lieved by Judicious and Immediate
Joint action ot tho Government and
To those who havo any interest" in'
tho future mercantile portion of tho I
community, It Is becoming evident that'
steps must soon bo taken for the for-i
nation of a Board or Trade or Mer
chants' Association In this city, a body
which by virtue of lta aggregate rep
cscntation will command duo attention
to its special needs nnd Interests.
Steamer Nllhau' Report.
The steamer Nllbau camo In from
Koloa this morning. Purser Reynolds
reports as follows: "Continued rough
weather on Kauai. Manager Wolters
of Hanamaulu reported 15,000 bags ot
sugar at that place. It will be neces
sary to shut down tho mill it some ot
this is not removed in tho near lu
tue. The schooner Robert Lowers was
sighted on the morning of January 23
and the Nllhau went out from Koloa to
tow her to an anchorage at that place,
putting 2,264 bags ot sugar Into her
later on and removing bales of sugar
bags from her hold to the landing."
Tho Mauna Ala and Santiago dis
charged their live stock on the Oceanic
wharf yesterday and then resumed
their places In tho stream.
INTfihUR OFFICE BUSINESS
Engages the Attention of the Extendi!
Conncll This Horning.
0. R. & L. Co. Must Await Federal ActlOB ll
Get Land -Water Pipes fcTflllo Railroad
Davits Dllo Warehouse.
Interior Department buslneeH
monoplllzcd a protracted meeting 9t
the Executive Council this morning.
With regard to an application ot the
Oahu Railway and Land Company for
allowances of land nt Walanac, Mnkua
and Nanakull, It was voted that the
Minister of the Interior Inform the
company Hint, under present ndvlccs
from Washington, the Government linn
no present authority to mnko the
grants nsked for.
The Hllo Railroad and Land Com
pany was granted Its request for wa
ter pipes belonging to the Government,
I to lay between Hllo nnd Wnlakca. the
company to furnish tho Immediate
! funds for tho purpose Tho Executive
can offer no guarantee for the reim
bursement of tho funds so used, but
will Insert nn Item in tho npproprla-
' tlon bill covering the amount The
pipes are to bo laid under tho super
vision nnd to the satisfaction nt the
Superintendent of Public Works.
I Attorney General Cooper reported on
the application of T. H. Davles ft Co.,
Ltd., for permission to erect n tcm-
I porary building for itorngo on Its
leasehold at Hllo. Hi finds that the
' corporation obtnlncd tin. leases of two
lots, dated May IS, 1897, conditioned
that within four years it erect on each
, lot n fireproof building of brick, stone
or metal In good wor'iinanllko manner,
the buildings to cost not lest than M2,
C00. Tho Attorney General advises
that tho Minister of the Interior lius net
control over tho leaseholds until tho
expiration of the four years allowed
for erecting such buildings. Therefore,
the corporation mny In the meantime
erect upon the land such buildings tw
it chooses, provided only that the
buildings are not a nuisance.
Regarding a communication from the
Board of Health asking directions for
locating a new government dispensary,
It wns voted that the Minister nt the
Interior reply to tho Board that upo
the plans for a government dls pen
nary being submitted they will be held
for presentation to the Legislature.
JURY FOR FEBRUARY TBRM.
Following aro the Jury list for tho
Fcb t f th F1 t Judlctal
Hawaiian S. Ahlo, Geo. C. Allen,
Sara. K. Ahl, Wm. Chung Hoon, H. N.
Crabbo, John Crowell, Geo. Cypher, O.
B. Dwlpht, Knwal George, I. II. Hak
nolo, L. K. Halualanl, II. K. Hanunn,
John D. Holt, Jr.. J. S. Hiillmnkn .1. U.
loscpa, Wm. Knupa, S. W. Kaluahint,
Alex. Kahoalll, Kaholoiio, (J. i: K.
Kamoa, H. Kolomoku, John Leal,
Alanl Malta, J. W. Mnhelona, Hale
mnno Meek, L. II. Miranda, Geo. Moau,
T. Mokulehuna, Jos. Morris, J. Naku
lna, D. L. Nnone, Alex. Nicholas, J.
Nohunohu, M. Puuhl, A. J. Smithies,
Foreign B. Cnrtwrlght, C. L. Clem
ent, J. C. Cluney, J. P. Cooke, H. Cos
ta, A. Coyne, L. H. Dee, W. L. Disney,
Wm. Fetter, O. A. Fogarty, C. M. V.
Foster, Robt. B. French, II. Gallagher,
II. A. GIIcb, W. L. Grieve. W. W. Hall,
W. L. Howard, Sam Johnson, Sam Ku-
bey, Sam Lcderer, r'. M. Lewis, Chan.
B u km, b m. Marshall'.
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H. Nott, John Ouderklrk, II .C. Patxlg,
J. S. B. Pratt, C. B. Ripley, N. 8. Sachs,
D. F. Thrum, O. J. Waller, S. O. Wil
der, F. W. Wood.
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