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AT KEROSENE WAREHOUSE CAMP
How the Work in Charge oi A. L. C. Atkinson
; and ,1. L. McCombe is Carried On
i Daily Life That Is a lusy One
People Contented Nurses
! and Caretakers.
Wlitn It lfs stated that a number of
llnwnilnns, JnpnucFO or Chinese have
been sent to the Kcroseno WnrchouBO
Detention Camp people of Honolulu
have- but n vague Impression ot what
i In meant. The general Kupposltlon Is
I that the ramp Is a rough placo where
i pooplo nro thrown In to get along as
I best they tn with tho apslstanco ot
j tho men sunt thcro by tho Hoard of
lenlth to do duty. In this, however,
hey nro mistaken, for tho warehouse
amp 1r really a v.cll organized coni
nunlty with a mnu at tho head who
.tnows bow to manage affairs and as
sistants who nro most valuable. In
ludcd among the latter are heads of
differed departments who report dally
tln condition of those parts r-f thel
camp over which they preside.
Wlirii the camp wna first btartod 11 m)
grouuds of tho kerosene warchousa
were In it sad i-tnto Indeed. Watf r was
standing In ditch oft ubout tho placo and
rubbish was plied up all around. A
largo force of wen wns set to work anil
now tho camp Is ahl-a to hold ltn own
with All the othere that have literally
sprung up slnco the M.cond outbreak
of the plague. The only man remain
ing on thu place who wan with tho finit
woikrcs Is J. L. McCornbo who ban
proven himself tho right man In tiio
right ptoeo at all tlmm. Ho Ih on duty
all day long and when emergencies
arise in tho night ho In always ono of
the first to get to work.
A llullotln reporter called tit Uicd
cump yw-tenlay afternoon and wag
shown about by A. L. C. Atkinton who
Ik in full charge, ami J. L. McComb:,
his first atrdstant.
Tho main entrance Ik front tho road
Ciat runs front Queen fetreet to thy cca
jmst tho war.'house ground. To the
lf.ft of this M tho o III co bulldiog from
wlilch nil the ordcra arc iwsued and in
whldi all tho supplies are stored. The
.first room is the dispensary whero Dr.
Bowman, tho camp physician, and Mrs.
Davidson, tho head nurfc, hold forth. J
Tlio next room is the office where all
the books of tho camp nro to to found.
Tbn next is tho storeroom where the
supplies, and tho contributions bent in,
from the outside, are kept. ncyond-U.,,,
this is tho dining room for tho super
intendent and his assistants whllo the
last room Is the culinary department.
where three or four Chinamen, whqj
nro kept In separata quarters, do tliqj
work for tho pcgplp just mentioned.-
On the veranda of this building is aj
largo table on which tho supplies for
the peoplo held in detention arc plac
ed before being cnrrlcd away,
Running along the extremo mauknj
und tho makal side of tho grounds are
two long buildings divided Into bec
tions by tall fences and guarded dur
ing the day nnd night by men placed
there by Marshal Drown. Tho sec
tions aro termed corrals and it is Intol
these thnt the Chinese and Japancso
are placed upon arrival nt the camp.
By this method it Is not nccesbnry to
prolong the quarantine ot the whole
number should a cuto of' tho plague
break out In any one of tho corrals.
The maukn building is utPd for tho
Japanese while tho Chinese nlono are
placed in tho mnknl ono. On the nui
kai sldo of this latter are two other
buildings of the sumo nature but very
much 'shorter. In tho maukn out) of
these are Chinese whllo Huwaliuus aro
held in detention in tho mnktii one.
Eac h of the corrals of thcbe buildings
is kept very clean by tho otcupnnts
tlK-n.selves and each has a closet. Just
her It might be said that, elnco Mr.
Atkinson took hold of affairs nt tho
camp, he had tho dry closet system in
stituted rnd this Is proving most suc
cessful. Tho mnjorlty of tho Hawaiian!! in
detention nro In tho warehouse proper
and tho building on tho makal sldo of
this that was firbt used as n a to re
room. Doth thcbe places nro surround
ed by high hoard fences and tho snmo
system as in tho quartern of tho Chi
nese nnd Japanese, Is carried out.
On tho Ewo sldo of tho warehouse
proper is tho hospital for women. Mrs.
Davidson is kept busy at this place
constantly nnd tho patients aro getting
tho very beat of enro. On tho lower
door of this building Is a kitchen where
Mrs. Weaver and a Chlncsa cook do all'
tho cooking for tho hospital, ,
Tho fever and' suspect wards aro at
tho extremo makal Kwn corner. Sine
tho establishment ot tho camp there J
has been but llttlo use for thcso. The
placo whero all the fumigation Is car-
rltnl on Is a shed lnauka of tho ware
Ono thing on tho grounds deserves
lpcclnl mention the closets, bath and
vashing roonw on the oxtremo Wnlklkl
ddo of tho grounds. The matter from
.ho closotH falls directly Into n Hume
.vlth running water from tho pump at
tho plac where tho men nro at work
on the Bower. This llumo runs the
whole length ot tho clot-et building and
tho "atcr from II falls Into a lower
flinno that, running parallel with It,
slopes toward tho beach nnd carries
out' Into tho sea all the filth that might
otherwise collect. Hoth water closets
and bath Iioubch are divided, one half
being for tho men nnd tho other half
for tho women.
'I lie kltclicns on the mnknl side of
tho ground should not be, forgotten.
Thoro Is just ono largo slicd.dh Ided In
to three sections used for this purpose:1
Tho Chinese have tho Kwa end, tho
.Tnrnuesc the middle nnd tho Hnwn
Hans the'VValklkl end. Cooks from tho
ranks at tho people In detention nro
employee to do the work.. The. food
hi served to the people in thu oorrnls
bo that thcro Is absolutely no Inter
mingling of tho different elements
'j. lie c;ioio camp m Jig&tcu .ty arc
Inmps und everything is as comfort
able an .possible. The pooplo aro per
fectly contented, getting as they do tho
very boat of treatment and tho very
best of fowl.
At tho present time there aro 1,03 1
ptoplo in tho camp, tho proportions bc-
IiK as foUnws: S37 Hnwaiians, 323
Chinese and 191 Japanese. Tills, of
cum tie, doet not Include the 4ii Jnpnu-
cho who were kept at the camp until
ycitcrday afternoon because they hnd
noplace to ga Thcso people hao been
tnUji to tho .poor houso m tho corner
of Queen ami Punchbowl streets.
1'Wowlng Is n list of tho people at
tho hiad of affairs at tho detention
camp: A. L. C. Atkinson, superin
tendent: .1. L. McCombc, 11 rut assist-
anfj JamcH Mersberg, clerk and com
missary; George Smithies, clerk, work
ing In conjunction with Mr. Mersberg;
J Captain Tennant, In clmrgo of the day
wntph of guards; A. V. Nceley, In
of , nglt WB,ch of gmnB.
Dr. Dowman, physician in chnrgc; Mrs.
Davidson, head nurse; Mrs. Weaver,
In charge of the cooking for the sick;
Mm. Willis, In charge of tho sewing;
Mrs. Mary Green Wilcox, In charge of
tho bathing of tho children; Miss
in,c,lcock , cllnrg0 of tll0 rIothnB
department; Miss Sexton, assisting
.Mm. Davidson In tho hospital for tho
women; W. II. Ilnrrub, chief of tho
cleaning department with general su
pervision over tho yard and bath
houses; Tom Maloney, in charge of the
warehouse; Chang Tim, commissary
for tho Chinese; Mlamoto, commissary
for tho Japancso; Joo I.unhlwa, com
mlssary for the Hawallans.
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God's dearest earthly gift to man.
What a happy sight; tho healthy, ro
bust vigorous, rollicking, always tho
wmo baby. What a sad sight; tho
puny, liltto and palo, restless, crying
baby. Nino out ot ten times tho chl d
Is troubled with worms. It shows it
in convulsions, spasms, colic. And ten
times out of ten KIcknpoo Indian
Worm Killer will drive out the
pesky llfo-cating worms. It is ua
tuic's romedy nnd as tho healthy
child Is tho natural child, it must
mako tho sickly child healthy. Tho
Indians living closo to nature, dis
covered tho remedy. For conturlcs
they used it to mako their babies
rugged, powerful, fearless. What it
has dono for tho chl'd ot tho forest
it will do for tho child of tho civiliz
ed cure. Thnt Is what It has boon
doing for years. You can got it of
your druggist for 25 conts. Bo fill re
nin! get tho genuine. Tho child's life
Is too precious to triflo with worth
less substitutes. Hobron Drug Co.,
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The last cars of tho King street llnr
s'olng to Wnlkikl and l'aliiuin pass tht
Michor Saloon. Thu cleverest mixolu
lata In tho city are theie a ways tc
nit you up anything you may dcslrn
Drop In ami tnko a drop before you
ako tho car. The celebrated Scattli
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'till lino ot liquors, Including the fa
rnous Jesso Moore Whiskey, etc., nl-
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jnoo, Kiinuer mock iicer on iirnugnt
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PURSUIT OF AGUINALDO
Hardships Endured by the
Up IlcifiMs Filipinos Thought Wtre Im
pngnable - How Gen. Pilar Was Killtd
Lived en the Country.
Writing under date ot Deumber 1 j
tho Manila concspondent of tl.p A
soclated Pi ess says: i
The correspondent with March'-
battallan putsulng Agulnaldo throne''
the mountains which Spanish uildl-r ,
and writers have said weio Impassabl (
to whllo men sends from Ilontoc U
following account of tho fight of I)t
comber 2d, wherein General (iivfjili.
Pilar wns killed: The entire i.iau
of Match's battalion of the Thirl
thlid Infantry from Condon to C
vautcs Iihf b-eft n retnark.ibl xpli'
With foil i depleted companies am'
Cunningham's handful of ecoutu th
rommniid left Young's hradqunrteis nt
Candou on tho afternoon of November
mih, March having received Informa
tion on his jqurpey tip.tliq coast which
led to the belief thnt Agulnaldo hnd
li-ft thi'-rttiRt road nt Candon for the
iiiiiuntuliir. liiHtrnd of going farther
north, ns'ltad beeii'supiiObed. This In
foinuitliin ,was confirmed by General
Young, cho remained at Candon with
one troop of the Third Cavalry, t.cnj
two other troops to occupy Santlagc
and thMi ordered March's battalion
Into the 'mountains after Agulnaldo.
Tho men had only 140 touuds of am
munition, no rations And had to live
on the owmtry.
The four companion -were command
ed by Captains Jcnklnsou nnd Davles
and LloiVunnnts Tompkins nnd White..
After two days of hard climbing tho
command reached a jmlnt two miles
beyond thu village of Llngnl, whero the
light occurred. There was a snake
llko trull leading up the precipitous
mountain sMo, and half wny up tho in
surgents had constructed tl cliches,
from which they could pour a deadly
lire down upon the troops advancing
up the lower reaches of the trull or
in tho vnlley below. t'uniiliighum's
scouts wltii Davles' company were In
advance nndwerp llred upon ilrHt, Jen
klusoii's company went to their sup
port, und nfter exchanging shots these
troops waited In tho shelter of n hill.
Tho enemy continued their lire, mid
Jenkluson ordered a charge around
n bend in tho trail. Captain Cunning
ham nnd Lieutenant McClelland led the
charge, nnd as the men rushed around
the bend they enmo In full view of the
Insurgents 200 yards above, who open
ed a well directed lire from trenches
nnd from behind rocks and trees.
Halt a dozen of Jcnklnson's men fell
killed or wounded within n few feet of
each other, somo men hit In several
places. Their comrades dragged them
behind shelter, nnd March, with tho
remainder of the battalion coming up,
tho troops sought what shelter they
could, whllo March sent twelvo sharp
shooters to tho top of a knoll on the
opposlto bldo of thu vnlley overlook
ing tho trenches. Thcso men made the
ascent of tho knoll under henvy lire,
but when they reached the top their
well directed Bhots soon had tho effect
ot making the Insurgents careful not
to cxposo themselves. March then di
rected Tompkins' compnny to execute
a Hank movement by climbing the sldo
of a hill by dragging themselves up
with tho aid of bushes and bunches of
grass, nnd, reaching tho rocks abovo,
found several Insurgents thero who
fired upon them, but were soon put to
Tompkins then occupied a position
overlooking tho cntiro rebel forco and
took them completely by surprise, ns
they evidently novor supposed that tho
Americans could climb nn almost ver
tical hill nnd flank them out ot their
position. Tho company on tho hill nnd
tho sharpshooters on tho knoll poured
In n murderous lire, nnd nt tho same
tlmo March, with thrco companies bo
low, charged up tho hill, shooting nnd
yelling. Tho Insurgents broko from
behind the rocks nnd trenches and
every other position nnd fled up tho
trail nud Into tho thick underbrush,
nnd tho tight was over.
Their forco was not lnrgp, probably
not over 200, but only twenty-six pass
ed In retreat over tho trail through
Angngul to Cervantes. Tho remainder
wero killed or wounded or escaped
Into the brush. Pllnr's body was found
In tho rond, whero his men had been
compelled to abandon It. Tho bodies ot
six others, including a llcutcnnnt, wero
found, but this was only n small pro
portion of their loss, for n number
weio seen to fall from tho rocks nnd
mountain sldo Into nn Inaccessible
iibyss below, nnd bloody trails led In
every direction showing when'
dead and wounded bad Iimm anl
to the brush. Th tn :ln-'.' 1
two men killed and nlnu wouiuic-.
Part of tho battle was fought in tho
clouds, as a heavy mist settled over tho
mountains concealing tho trail. Tho
two American dead were burled whoro
they fell, and tho remainder of tho col
umn moved on In search of tho hiding
place of the Filipino rcfugco President.
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