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Hawaii's Popular Sea Captains!
Register Your Votes for Your Favorite !
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THE MOST POPULAR CAP
TAIN OF THE" ISLAND
Vol. VIII. No. U5G
HONOLULU, H. I., THURSDAY, FEHRUAKY 15. 1U00.
PlilOH 5 OlNTB.
CHANNEL WHARF BUSINESS
NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS
GOOD RECORD CONTINULS MAUI'S FIGHT PROGRESSES
DITCH STAYS DISGRACEFUL
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The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Int Prize Cleveland Bicycle, J70.
The winner of the 1st prize Is it liberty
to choose between mode's 90. 0 nJ 04 ot
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 04 Is
a road racer. wtlght 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light mad wheel, weighing 2 lbs , nnd
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lb.
The blcvcle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. egents
for Cleveland Mcyclcs. (The choice may
be made nrtwecn the corresponding ladlrs'
Models, should the winner of tst prle be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Mn-
The winner of this prlre mav chone
between thee three stvles of mi hlnes:
that with oscllhtliig shuttle an J top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both live drawer machines, or the
"Autnma Ic," with three drawers. This
machine will be lurnWied bv B. Bur
ger sen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Cnmcrn,
AxG, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double SliJIng Front.and Rack and
PI11I. n for f 1C1 sing. This camera may be
ustd with either Plate or Films. The
outfit Includes t Pl.tte Holder, TrlpoJ, 3
Trays. I levelop--, Fixer, Negative Pack,
Graduate, St rring Nod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, n Zonophonc, the l.nt
ctt Imp -ovement on thcGrnnio
phone, with G Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and nmst natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
setectrd I rom tie sunk of the BcrgHfom
Music Co., sole agents for the HavnlUi
The following conditions of the contest
must be oerved :
i. Ail subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three mo ! lis In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subsclp
tlons will be counted In thi contest as
new subscriptions. Each n.iine must be a
bona fide ad I'lon to the subscription ll-ts.
j. bubs.rlptiiins idiimld Ik s nt in a
soon as secured, together with the nnn.e
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should bet.iUen
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the !1n
yvaHun Islnnds is eligible
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Must Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many v.'.es
for the Captain of hlsiholce accotdlngto
tl.e term of Ms subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the s iDscrlptlon, as previously
Subscription Rates: S8.co per year,
f 2.oo for three months; strictly In advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday, March 31,
will be given an elegant ruir of Blnoculats
from the store of H. F. Wuhman. I he
are the nest that can be obtilned and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes hlch appear
each day in the upper right hand orn-r of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at t h is office, new subscri bers.
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
i MONTH 40 VOTES
MUNTriS 150 V Tb
i MONTHS 35 VOTES
t (YEAR 75 ' VO IES
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
6, was as follows. I his list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMhRSON 1230
CAPT. CAMERON - 1100
CAPT. CLARKE 1027
CAPT. PEUhRSEN 444
CAPT. TULLETT 197
CAPT. HRUHN - M7
CAPI. FKEbMAN no
CAPT. NICrtULSEN 0
CAPT. WEISBAR I H Q
CAPT. SAW UN 8
CAPT. THOMPSON 6
Hack Was Saved.
Walluku, Feb. 13. Tho hack of Jno.
do Hcgo In which Ah Sam rode from
tho Japaneso barber shop opposite lao
saloon to Dr. Armltngo'a ofllco last Sat
urday morning, has been ordered to bo
disinfected and will not bo condemned.
Three Hundred GunrilH
Walluku, Feb. 13. Knhulul Is still
under a strict guard, thero being about
800 special guards put on 10 bco that
no ono from Kabulul passes beyond
Chamber of Commerce Appoints Direct
ing Committee of Shipping Houses.
Tender ot Healanl Clubhouse for Quarantine
Purposes Gratefully Ace pit d Proceedings
of Monthly Htellng of the Chamber.
The monthly meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce was called for 2 p. m.
yesterday. Those nttcndlng were: T.
It. Walker, president; James G. Spen
cer, secretary; Henry WnterhoiiBC, II.
Fockc, K. I). Auorbach, W. F. Allen.
J. F. Hackfcld. H. A. Iscnbcrg, V. M.
airfard, John Hnn, C. L. Wluht, J. H.
Athcrton, F. M. Swanzy, and II. A.
Tho sccretaty lcid Hi.1 minutes of
Inst monthly meeting and special
meeting since, which were approved.
J. M. Dowactt and W. H. Huuo wo.u,
on suspension of tho rules, iinnnlinoiifc
ly elected by n ballot to be cast by tut
Mr. Cirfard profiilod n repot t from
tho special (omml'ioj on tho Channel
rtuarnntlno wharf, comprising the
resolution of the Ex"cutlvo Council,
nlrcady published In tills paper, Mat
ing tho conditions tinker which the
wharf could bo usd by tho Clincibur
of Commerce. Ha 11I30 read n loiter
from C. II. Orny, aowinry of llcnlanl
Yacht and Hoat Club, for tho directory
In reply to n request for tho line of
tho clubhouse for qinfni'tliii purposav
Tho dlicctors nabl that, p-cognizlng
tho liberality with which tho mer
chants of Honolulu ha 1 nlwny patron
ized ncqtiatlc sports, they offered tho
uso of their bulUlni.a to the Chamber
for quarantine purpose, on condition
only that tho prem'ty bo tfstcioil to
tho club In tho same condition as they
were now received.
Mr. Gtffurd, Just bifore tlu- nuollr.g
adjourned, moved, Hecomt'id liy Mr.
Athcrton, that tho letter from tho
Hcnlanl Club directors 'lo referred to
the committee on whurf tnd that the
secretary convey to tho ulreotora tho
cordial thanks of the Clumber. Car
President Walkor, referring to tho
Government's answer, asked why pay
blanks were to be submitted to the
Mr. Glffard replied that the Chamber
was to pay for maintenance of labor,
as tho Government had no appropria
tion for tho purpose. TIim fees would
go to government realizations llko
thos for other public wharves. A vote
of tho Legislature would bo lcqulted
to repay advances made by tho mer
chants for whatever belongtd to gov
Mr. Allen moved, seconded by Mr.
Athcrton and carried, that tho tcport
bo ncccpted with thanks to tho commit
tee for Its cffectlvo services.
Mr. Athcrton asked If tho committee
had Investigated tho probable cost of
guards, Inspectors, etc.
Mr. Glffard replied that they had
only talked over tho stnff likely to bo
required, concluding there should bo :i
gcncrnl superintendent, two dock
clerks and 25 to 30 laborers. Any la
borers sent on tho dock by firms would
be paid by their employers.
President Walker said ho had been
glad to hear the other day that tho
commlttco was willing to contlnuo Its
services with tho addition of perhaps
Mr. Enn sold ho was willing enough,
but his health had been falling lately
(Continued on pago C.)
BOUGH HAWAII STOCKS
While Hon. Arthur Sewnll was in
Honolulu ho mado Investments In local
securities, variously estimated on tho
street from J50.000 to $100,000. Tho
exact amount of his purchases Is not
known oxcept that $30,000 of securities
was handled for him by 0110 concorn.
Tho securities bought Included stock
in Olan, Oahu and Hllo railway bonds.
U Is also said that Mr. Sewall ob
tained options on a considerable block
of securities which ho may handle nt
a Inter day. That a business man ot
Mr. Sewall'B standing should InvcBt in
locnl stocks is ono of tho bright fea
tures of tho local business situation.
Miiny Folxc Rumors.
Walluku, Feb. 13. Falso reports
wore very rlfo yesterday. Thero wcro
unfounded reports of plaguo cases at
Makawao and also nt Labnlnn.
Ono of tho Walluku Inspectors saw
a suspicious enso on his rounds yes
terday and Immediately reported tho
matter to CJhler inspector KcpoiKat.
Dr. Armltago was hurried over to tho
placo and found tho Japaneso woman
suffering from an abscess In her
stomacn. Sho was, howover, only dis
charged from tho Malulanl hospital
that morning, as she hnd nn means of
undergoing nn opo -vtlon. Many of tho
Walrulai ladles were very much ex
cited over this falso report.
The Government Hay Hive Ttum Con
struct By Day Labor.
Strong Desire to Extend Vineyard Street to
Lllliu Street -Would tMe the Nucltus
of a Hew Chinatown.
Minister Young wns asked If any
thing was being done about the Kallhi
pumping station and tho postolllcu ex
leuslou tenders for construction. Ho
replied that they thought tho bids in
each case were too high. They were In
vestigating to sco what tho buildings
would cost crccteu by day labor. An
expert was making estimates. The
Minister of the Interior fc.tld further
ho did nut suspect a combination
among tho contractors. At tho same
time tho llcretanln street pumping sta
tion only cost $V,0U0, tho land costing
the remainder of $12,000. That was a
presentable looking building, but thero
was a big difference between Its cost
and tho rnngo of bids for the Kullhl
station from $35,000 to $75,000.
The Minister changed tho subject to
that of tho Vineyard street relief camp,
"Wo are putting n sewer down In
tho street to carry off washing water
for the present, but which will ns soon
ns practicable bo connected with tho
permanent sewcrago system. This Is
part of the work authorized by tho
Council ot Stato for enlarging that
camp, but nt tho same time wo are
making vigorous efforts at arranging
for tho extension of Vineyard street
from Illvcr to I.lllha street. We are
trying to get satisfactory terms with
"Ah to the tuuds wo nre becking how
to squeeze enough out of roads and
bridges, although It will be hard to do
so when tho pro rata of that opproprl
atlon Is but $5,000 a month. I regard
that section as the nucleus ot 11 new
Chinatown. It Is a magnificently heal
thy locality, yet removed out of tho
city proper, and If built un would en
able the Chinese storekeepers and nrtl
sariB to do business within easy reach
of their usual patrons. The extension
01 Vineyard street as proposed would
admit of two considerable rows of
"It Is found that the laving of the
sower prescribed for tho camp can bo
done at tho same rate ns tho contractor
Is receiving for his work, also that it
can bo done without hindering tho
sewerage construction now under way.
"I consider It would bo n fine thing
If we could extend that street, llcsldes
tho good It would do by restoring their
regular employment to tho storekeep
ers, tailors, shoemakers, etc., who nre
to n great extent Incapable, of heavier
work n good deal of presently unem
ployed labor would get occupation In
making the street and building tho
HAWAIIAN BRICK MAKING
Hy the steamer Australia from San
Francisco yesterday thero arrived the
machinery complete for manufactur
ing brick of Hawaiian clay. The mak
ing of the article will begin whenever
tho plant can bo set up, which will bo
dono without nny avoldablo delay. It
Is tho Honolulu Clay Company that Is
starting this new locnl enterprise, tho
partners In It being H. L. Kerr, M. h.
Smith, C. G. Ellison nnd F. It. Llthcr
lnnd. Tho deposits of clay to bo work
ed arc up Nuuanu valley, whero tho
brickyard Is to bo established. In nc
tual substanco tho raw material is de
composed volcanic rock.
At tho ofllco of II. I Kerr & Co., ar
chitects. In Progress block, nro shown
specimens of brick mado on tho Coast
from tho Nuuanu valley deposits men
tioned. Ono article Is pressed brick of
apparently ns fine a texturo as any lm
ported. Another Is vitilfled brick,
This Is harder than Hawaiian stono.
and deemed nn cxccllsnt material for
It Is estimated that tho deposits In
sight nro of sufficient quantity for tho
making of ono hundred million brick.
Probably other deposits can bo found
In tho Islnnds. Tho mado specimens
contradict a statement that has often
been repeated, that thero Is no clay
sultabla for brick making In tho group.
Mr. Hutchinson, tho sculptor who
produced a great deal of work here,
found nn excellent clay nt l'alnma t'or
his modeling purposes. Ho believed It
would mako n flno brick. This clay
experts nsscrtr, however, dees not burn
In view of tho enormous demands
New Honolulu will soon bo making
upon both building and paving mater
ial, tho establishment or tho brlck
mnklng Industry hero nt this Juncturo
seems highly opportune.
fT.H.nllnM l.l nlA.t IT mnn rf
j iiuwuimii bin iiuuui i jcum ui
ngo wns thrown from her buggy in n
runnwny accident near tho receiving
station In Knllhl this forenoon, with
tho result of n broken leg nnd sotnrol
sovcro bruises. Sho was removed to
tho queen's hospital by tho patrol wn-
Ko Hew Cases Discovrnd By Physi
cians This Djy.
Chinese Child at Hagoonville Worse-South
Stmt Tenement House Burned
Specimen From Walalua.
2 p. m.1 No cases today. A
specimen taken from tho body
of a person who dl'd In Wala
lua last night under what Dr.
Hubert Wood of that place
considered rather suspicious
circumstances, wns tT.t up on
the morning train. Secretary
Wilcox received tho package
and placed It in the laboratory
of the Hoard of .Health office
for Dr. Hoffman to enmlue
but up to this nour ho has not
mado his appeal mice. It will
not be until Into this oftcrnoou
that tho icsult of tne examina
tion will be known.
I.clchaua, male Hawaiian, aged 29,
tuberculosis piilmonluin, Kewalo, Feb.
Manocl P. Sllva, male Portuguese,
aged three months, congenital syphilis,
Klnnu nnd Alnpnl streets, Feb. 13.
K. Mnrniiiikn, male Japanese, aged
21), dtnnhocn, Japanese theater, Feb.
Leong Choti, male Chinese, aged 40,
consumption, Chinese hospital, Feb.
I. Ilia Kcakahaumln, female Hawa
iian, aged 5 das, tetanus. Punchbowl
street, Feb. II.
liana Kclllkucwn, female Hawaiian,
aged 1,i mouths, dysentery, Knulii
wela, Feb. 1 1.
Ah Nl or (Juong Hoe, male Chinese,
uged 51;, pneumonia, Chinese, hospital,
Feb. 1 1.
Maluklu, female Hawaiian, aged CO,
rheumatism, kerosene warehouse de
tention camp, Feb. 11.
Helena Nohokau, female Hawaiian,
nged 20, nephritis, post mortem, Ka
llhi valley, Feb. 14.
King Street Opened.
At n meeting of tho Hoard of Health
yesterday afternoon tho report of Prof.
Ingalls on King nnd Nuuanu Btrects In
Chinatown wns read. Ho stated that
au far as his work as dislnfcctor nnd
tumlgntor was concerned, there was no
reason why King, Nuuanu nnd Hotel
strcts should not he opened today.
However, there was still work to be
dono by another department. A bad
water closet on tho Wnlklkl side of
Nuuanu street was mentioned. Other
Insanitary places on Nuuanu street
were mentioned. Tho only objection
Prof. Ingalls offered to the opening up
of Hotel was tho fnct that n lot of
burnt matting, etc., was to bo found
Kwn ot Nuuanu on that thoroughfare.
In accordance with tho report of
Prof. Ingalls It was voted that King
street bo opmed to public trafllc. At
12 o'clock last night, tho guards on
this thoroughtnro were removed.
Dltttrlbutc Potton Snturday.
At a meeting of the Citizens' Sani
tary Committee yesterday It was una
nimously voted as tho senso ot the
meeting, first, that In order to thor
oughly distribute tho poison nnd Issue
Instructions by circular, the beginning
of tho distribution tako placo 011 Sat'
urdny, February 17, and that tho pot
son bo continued to bo put out there
after each night for one weok; second,
that employers of Inspectors nnd sub
Inspectors bo requested to allow them
to tako all tho necessary tlrno on Sat
urday next for tho distribution and
placing of poison.
Weaver Block Burned.
Tho Weaver block nnd outhouses
wero burned thin forenoon, tho whole
flro department being In attendance.
Tho flro was started In tho wing on
South street from which the plague
stricken Japaneso was taken.
not long before this part wns gone.
Then camo tho longer wing on Knwala
hao lane. Hy 12 o'clock tho whole
building hnd been levelled to tho
ground. Tho flro commissioners hope
that this 1h tho last flro In connection
with tho plague.
Chinese CI lid Worse.
Tho Chinese child at Magoonvlllo Is
much worso today. This morning tho
tempcraturo wob 101. Tho doctors do
not know whether tho caso Is plaguo
or not. Howover, n strict guard Is
being kept about tho placo until some
thing dcflnlto can bo arrived at.
Frelrht Agent Morton
II. C. Morton, formerly Custom
liouso ganger, Is now freight ngent of
tho Hoard of Health with headquar
ters In the general office.
Mn 1 1 For Hllo.
Tho S. S. KalulanI, Parker master,
, . ni., v. I r .
sans ror uukuiu, rapuaiuu, repecaeo,
Honomu. nnd Pnpalkou nt G p. m. Sat-
urday next, taking mall for Hllo.
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for tho World. They -0 made by Le
Malro. "Nuff said." A. T WICHMAN
Infected Buildings Burned And Quar
Senator Kepolkal Lradtr of the Inspectors-Incidents
of the Fire Man; Wanderers
From Kabulul to Be Brought Back.
Walluku, Maul, Feb. 13. At this
writing tho plaguo scaro haB almost
subsided In Walluku. Slnco the seven
deaths nlrcady reported no raoro cases
have been discovered.
The fifty or Blxty sanitary Inspectors
In Walluku nro still making liouso to
hoitbo visitations twlco a day. nnd In
tho evenings they nil mako their re
ports to Chief Inspector A. N. Kepol
kal. The Inspectors nro doing a good
work for the community nnd what
ever unhcalthful spots they discern
they order Immediate destruction by
flro. Lots of Chinese and Japanese ref
ugees from Knhulul, even tiny footed
Chinese ladles, tho wives of rich Kn
hulul merchants have been found In
dlfTcrcnt parts of Wnlluku being har
bored by their rcspectlvo friends nnd
nil hao been returned to the Knhulul
detention camp located In the grand
stand nt tho Knhulul race track.
IIUUNINU INFECTED UI.OCKS.
At 12 o'clock noon yesterday the
smnil frame building near tho rail
road depot In which tho llrst ense, Nlng
You, died, was burned. As this house
wns distant from other buildings In the
locality the volunteer firemen did not
experience much difficulty.
Three hours later, at 3 o'clock sharp
yesterday afternoon, the big block of
Japanese and Chinese stores at Kabu
lul, bounded by the Custom House
building 1111 tlio Pain side, and by W.
J. ll.U'ii saloon and the blacksmith
shop on the extreme Knhulul side,
were burned down. Tho Knhulul jail
being nil of wood wns also destroyed
and today nothing remains of tho cn
Iro block Bave tho Custom Houso
During tho morning a committee
with Mr. Klrkland at the head, np
oralsed tho stores nnd tho goods thnt
wero In tho places ordered condemned
by Dr. Wood, president of the Hoard
af Health. All the Inmates, Chinese
ind Japanese of both sexes nnd the
'hlldren were not permitted to take
awny nny of their belongings. All
wero subjected to n fumigation bath
before they were removed to the de
NKW CLOTHES FOR ALL.
Hy order of tho Hoard of Health, nil
nic men, women nnd children of both
nationalities wcro supplied with new
Mats, shoes and clothing procured from
he II. C. & b. Co.'s Knhulul store. It
was u sight to sco the peoplo under
tuurantlnu appear In apparel of vari
When all wcro carefully removed to
the detention camp, camo tho order to
apply tho torch to tho condemned
Somo of tho stores In the burned
block contained as much as $2,000
worth ot goods. It Is supposed thnt
one of tho rich Chinese storekeepers
In tho condemned block lost 40 pound
tins of opium valued nt JSSO.
SHOOTINO THE HATS.
While tho flro was raging at Its
highest, tho guards around tho block
wero furnished with guns and revol
vers with which to shoot down rats
(Continued on page S.)
Thanks to the Guard.
Col. J. W. Jones,
Commanding 1st Rcgt,, N. G. II.
Sir: I have to Inform you that I
have this day received a communica
tion from tho Acting President of tho
Hoard of Health to the effect that at n
miuitlni' nt tlm Tlnfird nf TlnfilH, lintri .
ou tho 13th Inst., tho following rcsolu
"Rtsolvcd, That tho Hoard of Health
convey through tho Minister of For
eign Affairs to tho Colonel, ofllcora and
men of tho N. O. II. Its appreciation ot
tho efficient servlco rendered by them
during tho past few weekB. I hnvo tho
honor to bo, sir,
"Your obedient sorvant,
"E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
"Minister of Foreign Affairs."
Honolulu, Fob. IS, 1900.
Fort Street Runnwny.
Ono of Nelpcr'8 oxprcss wagons wns
qulto badly smashed outsldo Spreckol'H
bank this forenoon. It seems that Nlo
fer left his sovcn-yenr-old son In
charge ot his wagon up town. Tho
horso becamo unmanageable and ran
down Fort street, bumping Into tho
sidewalk outsldo tho placo mentioned
Thft tmv urn. nnt onrlmtalir l,ittt li.i. liu
. ....u w Uv....u.., ..... ,., ,.,. ,.v n-i.t,t in tl, -ww. vlr
sustained a number of Injuries. Net- ' ' ;,,, ,t is i,S?.,ir.,rrf
, per and his son wcro both taken to H19 hXl nmlr nhri fnr rVirt ..
I police station, the former being ask- now premier place lor reiLtv
ed for nn explanation of his conduct! rne Manufacturers'
in allowing such a small boy to hold , ,
( his horse. J OllOe CO
Kr. Desky Speaks His Hind Upon -clared
Bat Unabated Nulsaccft.
Kewalo Ditch Needs Cleaning and Deepenlrg
Results ot Neglect- Its Present Condition t
Danger to Residents cl District.
C. S. Desky, on being struck fur
news this morning, promptly replied to
a Bulletin reporter:
"Yes, tnko out your notebook, and
I'll give you a column If you llko to
"Hint Kewalo ditch that the Citi
zens' Sanitary Committee has con
demned, Instead of being cleaned out
as ordered by the Hoard of Health, In
getting filthier and filthier every day.
When I had to do with It. whenever It
got filled up I always cleaned It out.
"Kewalo does not ulone mean thr
Kewalo tract, but nil tho country Wnl
klkl or Smith btrcet to Knlla. Some
parts of Keiiulo district aro perfectly
"Thnt Government nltch must lie
lowered to keep the wholo district
clean. When Hustaco's artesian wcIIb
are Hushed tho ditch overflows. At
present the ditch Is stopped near Its
mouth with Ihc sewerage works. Por
tuguese residents of tho district have
their house drains discharging Into the
ditch, which nre therefore backed up
with foul matter whenever the ditch is
"Where the ditch passes through
Magoonvlllc It Is nil choked up nnd
grown over with bulrushes. The ditch
Is Government property, and you may
quote mo as saying that It '8 n dlsgraco
to the Government.
"When tho ditch Is cleaned up. the
water level sinks a foot nnd a half. So
I say It ought to be lowered, or deep
ened, nnd then no water would stand Id
the district that It drains."
A Kullhl Cnmp Problem.
Somo 210 peoplo flnubvd their quar
antine nt the Kullhl detention ramp,
this morning. When n canvass ot
these people was mado It was found
that but llfty nad accommodations out
side tho camp. Therefore, thero Ik
nothing to do but to allow tho remain
der to live at tho camp until they lo
cate thcniBclvcs outside. On Sunday
morning 1,000 people will have finish
ed tho quarantine and thero Is no doubt
whntover that tho majority of these
will bo thrown hack upon tho cnmp n
they nre no better circumstanced than
tho peoplo whose period of quarantine
was finished today.
Tho very nrst lot freed from cnmp
wns on Tuesday morning. Of these
thero wero nine.
Miss Mncdonnld nnd Mlhs Robert
son will finish their quaruntlno nn
About Opening of Stores.
A person Interested nskr-d tho follow
ing question this morning: "Would
It not bo well for the convenience of
"ho ladles who have household matters
fo supervise, if business should now be
opened at 9 a. m. nnd close at 4 p. m.
Instead of the present plan? Tho In
spectors finish their rounds long be
fore 9 o'clock and ladloB who have buy
ing down town to do llko to do It In
tho cool of tho day. Dy 10 o'clock It Is
very warm and. besides that, this hour
makes It too Into for the ladled to get
luncheon In tlmo."
Dr. Bootc Volunteer.
Wnlluku, Feb. 13. Dr. U. W. nootc
has rendered very good Bcrvlco to tho
Uoard of Health slnco last Saturday, ho
having volunteered his services that
morning to Sheriff Baldwin. Ho has
been on guard nt Kabulul over slnco.
WEDDING STAT'ONtSRY. Engraved
- 1 A j 2 j- PGCSIVStl
the very thing
to gladden the
hearts of the
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