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A Time for Everything.
With the rush of Holiday Tradeover, we have
more time to devote to your eyes; and beg to
remind you that our facilities for eye work has
With the most approved testing apparatuses,
combined with a perfect knowledge of eye
troubles, we claim to correct eye strain com
pletely by prescribing proper glasses where
such are needed.
Where glasses are not needed we cheerfully
EOARD'S BURNING PuLiCf
President Wood Responds to Citizens
Radical Policy Not Dipatttd From Committee
Has Hade Mistakes-Statements of Fact
Made of Hotel Stables.
tell you so.
Optician and Jeweler.
when ho left the pilot's office, upon
the last night upon which he worked.
Ho was next heard of about five days
later at the house on Llllha btrtet,
where he was found In nn ndvanced
Btage of plague. Ho had been In the
house only two days. It was proven
to the satisfaction of the Uoard by cW
dence gathered by Mr. A. V. Carter,
flint tlltrltiff flip fitlim tfiroo ilntci lin
had Uecl snul .slept In n room In the
minding occupied 'uy the al)oe im-n-tloncd
Chinese livery stable, nnd had
used n privy In common with tho other
persons In tho samo and adjoining
premises. As far us could bo learned,
ho had kept close to his room In con
trast tn Ills llnll.nl linliltn nml tint In.
ferenco wns rcasonahlo that he was
sick In tho premises for two or thtec
The Uoard has not tlennotiil fimii
tho "radical policy heretofore Inaugur
ated" In condemning and destroying
premises found, upon reasonable evi
dence, after Investigation, tn !m Inflat
ed by plague. In tho lnstanco under
discussion tho only announcement yet
nmilo that tho Hotel stables Is "not to
bo burned" occurred In tho headlines
of the morning paper, and for this tho
Board respectfully declines responsi
bility. Very respectfully ours,
C. U. WOOD.
President Board of Health.
Agents, Brois and ioDDers.
Real Estate and Insurance.
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-FOR SALE AT THE-
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEMPLE.
Corner Hotel and Alakea Streets.
A' Splendid Oonsignuioiit of Surreys, Pbtctons,
Buggies, Road Oarts, and Harness.
Speoially Selected for Local Requirements.
Honolulu Carriage ilanufactory
"W. "W. WRI&HT, Prop'r.
V FORT STREET, ABOVE HOTEL.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, and Wbolbsalb
ffli oil Liquor Dealers.
Araata lor tha Bottlad Ralatar BMr of saattla.
No. 19 Nuuanu STRUCT
Foit.r Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiakd.
P. O. Boa i it. Mutual Talapbona lot.
JL.JbI-C and FiRW
AGENTS FOR ..
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WHOLESALE GROCERS AM)
2afi Qnewn wtrnnr, Hnnnlnln, o,
Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Dogs
REMEDIES MADBYj51rTOTTIE & SONS,
Veterinary Surgeons of Worldwlde Fame, will
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Black Oils for Sprains. Gall Salve for Sore Necks, White Oils for Swollen Glands,
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H. F. BERTELMAN'S
nttle Kv Salve for Sore Eves.
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C. W. MACFARLAP,
Aent for the Hqwal in Ulandi.
CARRIAGE, WAGON AND TRUCK
To rear of old stand. Entrance on Klne
street. Orde.-i left at either shop, or office,
at Jas. Nott's Jtore, Kin? street, will
celve promp' attention. 1451-tf
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular titration (Inn to purcbata ao4 aala ol
Hawaiian Sugar Stock.
Lout Nagotlataa'. Eaitara an! Foralfn Stock
403 California St.,
6an Francisco, Cal.
Epiog, Piling, Trimming and laifadng
Fine Horsehoine a Specialty.
Agency Rubber Tire Wheel Company.
y HAWAIIAN CARR1AGB MANUFACTURING CO.
Jf Queen Strut war Eort. 1 ir
Consult WANTS in To-day's Bulieiinj&g.
Is the foretaste of the whole day. Spol.
that and we probably spoil all."
Be su'e the coffee Is good, and thatjMt
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 2,10. 1 1 1 Fort St '
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate flgen,
Searcher ol Titles . . .
JOHN H. SOPER
Stock aid B01H Brihr
116 Merchant Strtot.
S. M. llnlloit. Kan.. Secretin v nillipna'
Snnitary Cominlttoc. Sir: Your
valuablo communication of February
22d, citing reasons why In tho opinion
of the Citizens Sanitary Committee
the Hotel stables should bo burned
forthwith, has been recched. In reply,
allow mo to express tho Hoard's grati
fication upon the nssurnnco that "tho
Citizens' Sanitary Committee does not
nssume to dictate to tho iinnril nt
Health ns to What Its rnnrnn nt nnllr.n
shall be In Individual matters coming
The argument 01 the Citizens' Saril
tary Committeo appears to bo that In
previous cases tho Hoard has condemn
ed and promptly destroyed property
suspected of Infection hv nlnpno M-itn.
out any direct proof of Infection, nnd
ims in autiuion destroyed neighboring
property because of Its proximity to
tho suspected localltv. nml tlmt thla
course has prevailed repeatedly nnd
become n settled nollcv of tim nnnr.i
and that thercforo no variation from
this policy should be allowed. Fur
ther, it Is nrgued, that In the case of
the Hotel stables the evidence of in
fection Is moro conclusho than In
many previous cases, some of which
aro cited as examples.
In reply, nllow mo to state tlmt the
Hoard has In no lnstanco ordered tho
destruction of property without first
making a careful Btircy of tho premi
ses and weighing all tho evidence
which could bo obtained ns to Infec
tion. In n great majority of tho cases
tho ovldenco lias shown tlmt nt least
ono person has been sick upon tho
premises for several -ays; that ho
Blent UPOn thn nrnmlana tlmf finr...
furnishing, clothing, soil and cesspools
had becomo soiled through discharge.
In many cases tho person was found
dend or dvlnir unnn dm nrnmiam fo,.
or tho cases occurred In a general dis
trict known to bo Infected. Whcro ad
joining premises wcro Included In tho
condemnation nrnroniiinira it .. .,
alone becauso of proximity to an ln-
iwiuu iimce, out niso because of lntl
mato connection through Iloorlng, par
ty Walls, Continuous roofs. Imrk vnnln
piles of rubbish nnd old lumber, ad
Joining cesspools, common conditions
of filth nnd intlmato association of
Kcferrlng to the four Instances cited,
as examples, nllow me to correct sev
1. Thero were only three cases of
nlnCUO in nml nrilnpnnl r !. ill
building In Block 10, on Nuuanu
street, but the Board considered this
sumclent ground for condemning tho
entire block containing sixty buildings
as 'being Infected with plaguo, nnd It
Tho Board has traced tolllock 10, di
rectly nnd indirectly, eight or ten cases
of plaguo. The mree cases referred to
above were all found dead on tho prem
ises. Block 10 was, as proven by tho
reports of nil tho Inspectors who
went through It. ono of tho most in
sanitary in tho city, and tho closo
crowding of tho buildings and sheds,
cesspools, privies, stables nnd kitchens,
together with tho Intimate connection
of nil, through rotten flooring on tho
ground nnd dark, narrow passages,
mado tho task nf ...ainro.in ......
portion except a few brick buildings,
ui miy umer means man flro, utterly
hopeless. In this seething mass of
filth wero living between 1,200 and
2,000 human belncs.
2. "L. Ahlo'a store, on Nuunnu
sireei and unapialn lano. was
demned nnd burned. Tho reason wai
that It was across tho street from thf
Ahi premises, and two doors rnauku
of a building previously destroyed and
In which thero had been a plaguo case."
Ahlo'a store was "across tho street"
from Block 10, Just described, and two
doors from u linilnn In urtilMi r. ,..
was found nn hour beforo denth from
plague, after, no ono knows, how many
days' Illness, nnd no ono can find out,
after how much contamlnntlon or mil
In tho nelchhnrhnnrl Tlita wna . t.A
u ...... ...u ..mo uub lilVI
first, but tho second, enso to occur in
mis uiocic or nouses.
subsequent history has shown that
had tho Board been omnipotent in Its
wisdom, it wouid havo destroyed tho
wholo of tho block, No. 19, nt that
3. "Ono caso In the block cast of
KaumaKapiu church, bounded by Bor-
cianin. Nuuanu nml K'la-ni .,...,....
caused tho condemnation and destruc
tion of every building therein, al
though some of them wcro upwnrtU of
600 feet awny."
Tho locality abovo described was In
Block 15. tho blnrlr wlilM. f,.. ...i....i
moro cases of plaguo thnn any othr
iu uio quarantined district somo sev
enteen, I bellevo, in all. It was also
'across tho street" from Block in nmi
a perfect exodus of people with their
personal effects had occurred from
Blocks 9, 10 and 11 into this Block 15.
4. "A nntlvo died of plaguo In build
ing on Llllha street, near Kuaklnl
street There wns no posltlvo evidence;
but it was bollevpil liv tlm nnii i.n.
several days prior thereto and boforo
ho was sick, ho had slept for two or
threo nights In a building at tho cor
ner of Llllha and Kim? sfmnto r,.
tho Strcncth of this thn linnnfU nt tho
doubt was given in favor of destruc
tion, not only of this building, but a
largo Chinese stablo adjacent theroto
and several nthnr Imlldlnixi In tlm anmn
yard, hut Somo distance removed from
kill, a boatboy, was not feeling well .Ttitpboo r , P O. Boiw.
W.G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Iteflnerr Co., al fe.
Baldwin Locomotive Works
Philadelphia, Penn., O.&A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nattai
Cano Shredder),Ncw York, O. .
n. uuianui n uo s litiemlpAl Ft
Alex. Cross & Sons, high gnu
tlllzors for Cano and CoCm.
need's Steam Plpo CovAiing.
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I'aramno Paint Co's P. ft B.
ana papers; Lucol and
Olid, raw nnd hnltnit
Indurlne (a cold water Mlatt.
white and colors. -
Filter Press Cloths, Cement U
and Bricks. "
CASTLE & COOKB,
TJ Ew PlioMt4 Co.
R Wt".lui A" 'nL'"fl Co.. M.
Tbo Wlme Sut till Co.
Tj Koto. Agrkultuul Co,
Tht Fulton Iron Work. St. Lottlt. H.
Tht Standard Oil Co. '
T. G10. F. BI.V. St.aa Pubb.
J '!. Enel.na LIJo Iniuranu Co, o n
U !? F"! ,n- Co- Hartforo Cm!.
Tin Alliance Aliunnc. Co, ol Londoa.
W. C. ACHI & CO.,
Brokers & Dealers
tW We will Bn or Uf. iUtl testate Id
ill puts of the group.
W We will Bell Properties on Betson
3FFICE. 10 West King Street
Real Estate Broker.
Agents for the California and Oritnti
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co,
Wm. O. IrWln. PrAlMnnl ana
w. m. uiirara.. second Vie
H. M. Whitney, Jr..... Treu. oad
ueo. j. hobs i
223 MERCHANT ST.
Twelve Chinese Granite
con. Poeta, $S each.
Property in towo.
HOUSES TO LKT.
Aanrra of tbm
KJ1ANI0 STEAMSHIP COMPAJfT
OP BAN FRAWOTHOO. OA1V.
brewer 5 ca, im
yuaan ilraat, llonolulu. H.f(
Hawaiian Arrlculrural Company, Aawfcaa Bin
Company. OoEala Sujar Plant Co' Onom Siiar
Co.. Honomu Sugar Co . Willoka rfuf ai Co . MaC
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OHAS. J. PALK,
STOCK ANDBOND BROKER
Merabor Honolulu Stock Eioliange.
Room 801, Judd Building.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
0CTIONKEK AND HTOCK BKOKUI
Mo. 43 Qnocn BUeit.
Expert Appraisement of Ileal
tptwte nnd FtirnltnrH
Stock and Bond Broker
Member ol Hawaiian Slock Eichanga.
MaTnernv Ulnok, Fort Mtreet.
g"" V,,.",i."l"' warm Co , Mo
Plantar a Llna San It .,KoPacht
Co. 1 Llna ol Boa jn Packata
LIST OF OFFIOERS
O. M. Hnnlrn. Pm.lrlani. n-
Robertnon, Managers E. F. H
rreanurer and Seoretarvi Ool. w.
Allen, Audit .r; P. O. Jones, H. Watar.
""! "w. n. taner, uirectora. I
M. PHILLIPS & OOT"
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers 0
farope&n and American Dry 6001
go t and Queen Btieets.
b. HACKFELD k CO., Lid
iCNEBAL COMMISSION ABEIfl.
Qor Knrt and Qnewn Htroata HonoUiv
P. E. R. STUaUUH,
Real Estate Broker
VlnanoKl Agini -nd Collector.
Lincoln' Blo"V. 630 King street
114! Tltj,hoti 041
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broker
Master ol tha Honolulu Stock Eicnaaft,
Office Queen street, opposite Union
Talapbona o6 PP. Boa i.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Imnrove.. jml mmlnrn arrnaD ma.
CHINERY If every rnnnnlK ana l
scrlptljn mado to ordor. Boiler worH
and RIVETED PIPES fn- tr ..m.Z
purposes a specialty. Particular attaa.
Hon paid to JOB V "JRh ,a-d repairs
executed at shortest notice
51 W. THRUM
ROOM NO. 10, 8PRECKKM
Plantation Work a Hpecialty.
JAS. F. MORO AN,
Real Estate ami Stock Broker
tuners 1 Manager of
n lqa't-bla Life Assurance Sociaty
0 tha rjnited BUtes for Uie Hswatut
Or-' Mwhaat straat Hn-
113 HOTBT. fTBKlT.
KAPA. PAT.AMA-.U wsi tmo wa
T1VB HATS, HTLA SKIRTS, NIIHaTJ
ROMKMAnF. vat ,n...iJ.Vrr?
Telephone 760' lus
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