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TAIN Cr THE ISLAND
Vol. VI 11 Ko. 147(5
12 PACES HOMUUir. H. 1.. SATI'llRAI, ALXhCll 10 IM)0 12 PAGES
1'HU'K f) (V.N'lh
THB MUST POPULAR GAPfAlN FJK BUILDING INSPECTOR
AT THE KAHUlUI CAMP
CIRCUIT COU.ir UAT1EKS
THE MATTER WITH HANA
B f T
SlmersoQ Ones More in first Placa With
a Lead of Nearly 600.
literal Cbaog's In lbs List Tbls Wk and
Some Nw Nimes Added As the
Contest Ntars the Eod.
Board of Health to Have a Man to
Pass on Permits.
New Quarantine Regulation - Report of Ship
ping Committee- Shortage of Cattle
Large Humber Released from Hani
Captain Slmcrson 3698 It was 3:15, or an hour anu a qunrte:
Cameron &oi 'f lu UOUi" "uul " ",u " ' "--
Carkc 1870 lng, when Dr. Wood, president, nrrlv-
Pedersen'.'.'. M12 cd nt Hoard of Health headquarters
Bruhn, ..." 1260 yesterday afternoon. Other members
ncDon.lId 7SO of tho Board present were: Drs. Emcr-
F'reeman 284 son and Day, Messrs. Smith, Hatch uud
" J. Dower 6j
" Samson 49
" Nlcholsen 9
" Welsbarth 9
" Thompson 7
" J. Ulunahetc 8
" Campbell 1
Capt. Simer'on lias taken a big
jump this week after lau week's
slump and has taken th- lea J by
utmost sod votes. It is aim 'St im
possible however to make a forecast
Record Clear for Nearly Two Weeks -Hana's
Sulci Rgulatlons- Result of Attempt to
Evade Rules R.garding Clublng.
OFFICIAL MAUI REPORT
Dr. Wood ilis Cburlog Letters from
Kahulul acd Lahalna.
Rtmoval cf People From Kabulul Infected D!s
tr!ct-Flne Woik 'i! Mr. Baldwin -
Dr. Wtddltk Wants Assistance.
Lowrcy. President Dolo attended tho
mecctlng. Charles Wilcox, secretary,
read the minutes of the previous ses
sion. Dr. Wood submitted a report from
Mr. Couson on tho condition of tho old
Chlnrse theater, which Y. Hlroao had
netitluned for leave to occupy as a
warehouse. Tho recommendation for
causes given was that tho building bo
A report from W. Dlalsdcll denounc
ed tno adjacent locality, filled In with
harbor dredglngs, and Incidentally ad
vised condemnation of tho old Ohineso
nn Wmorsnn mnvnl. Rfwnmlrd bv Air.
Ot the winner on account of blocks smith and resolved that tho petition
for the uso of tho building bo denied.
Tho following new quarantine regu
lation was adopted:
"While a period of quarantine con
tinues no person, without a permit
from the Board of Health, or an agent
of tho same, shall be allowed upon or
In any wharf, vessel or place which has
been put In quarantine whether sucn
ouarantlno has been established to pro
tect such wharf, vessel or place, or
In consequence of Infection therein.
No person shall deliver upon, or ro
of votes whkli are being held back
now to be ca t during the 1 1st wei k.
All sorts ol surprises are In ord r
during that last week and some of
those now near the foot of the list
may yet give the leaders a hard
run for first place
There are three new names on the
list this week, Captain McAllister,
McDonald and Campnell. Capt
McDonald's name ap ears well up
In the list with ?io votes.
, The contest will ClOie at 120 ciock celvo from, a quarantined wharr, ves
sharp Mond ly noDi, April ISt, I sel or place, any goods, parcel or thing,
to order that vote, appearing : In -'- jrF
ml'"' IS "St KS J 'f PET0R- f
V.. .,:".... Dr. Wood desired tho opinions of
in monuav a u.ipci. i. ., ., iinn nr hnvim. n , -,
The prize that will be given to the uuiidig inspector to see that all struc-1 The boys aro pretty well satlstlod
.face 111 mitPCt Itlt flir tilt? llOnOr ! itna mnra rnMffl In nPPnrilntinn With ...I.I. H.tn ,........ olnnn nt.. m-
of being the-most popular of our
Inter-island captains is most appro
priate and one well worth striving
Wnlluku, March 9. Two hundred
nnd sixty Chlneso nnd Japanese who
havo been In quarantine at tho Kahu
lul detention camp slnco the outbreak
or tho plaguo on Maul wcro released
on Monday, March Cth, and tho ma
jority of them have como up to Wnl
luku whero they nro temporarily
housed with friends and relatives.
A few remained In Kahulul to work
at tho Kahulul landing while others
bavo gone to Makawao and the sur
rounding country. Four more were re
leased Tuesday, nnd thero aro still
about soventy peoplo left In quaran
Tho only outside ones who aro In
Quarantine now nro Bob English anil
his family. Hay Wodchouso, assistant
to A. L. C. Atkinson, telephones up
to Wnlluku this afternoon that every
thing Is lovely In tho camp now, and ho
expects to be out In n week It no mora
cases break out.
Thero has been not a single caso ot
black plaguo slnco tho death of Julia
English on Sunday, February 25th,
which Is nine days ago. "No sus
picious cases at Kahulul today" was
tho report sent up by Dr. Garvin from
Kahulul to bo registered on tho bul
letin board In front of tho Walluku
postofllco this morning.
Glnd to Get Out.
The fourteen ex-guards In quaran
tine at Camp Baldwin In Walluku will
bo released cither today or tomorrow,
and among tho ones whoso happy faces
will be seen on tho Walluku streets to
morrow aro: Deputy Sheriff A. N.
Hayseldcn, Captain of Police O. S.
Goodness, Jim Smith of Klhel, Bob
Peplowskl, J. H. Thomas, J. K. Kahoo-
kele, M. Kauhlne, W. E. Malkal and P.
Judge Perry Disposes of Business Id
Proceeds of William Carson Wrrck Ordered
Paid - Alleged Crimpers Dl cnargtd
The Divorce Calendar.
Refusal of Halls Fnm Other Ports of
Hani and Honolulu.
the sanitary requirements of tho Board moval to Camp Baldwin, but all stnt-
of Health. Tho papers every now and Cl that they would all have died of tha
then noticed tho questionable character plague If they rematned much longer
..... liHllillnnn nl.I .in I fin -- . ., .... 1 1 l..... . .1 .....
for. A pair ol tne linest Dinocui.irs ltimscir had often Jumped out of his willing to be moved to any patt of
carriage to navo a closer iook ai ouuu- Haul rather than stay In that "uoll"
lugs that seemed doubtful. n8 they call It.
President Dolo said that tho Minister Tho houso was about 20x15 feet and
of Interior had consulted him on tho tho boys had to sleep on tno floor and
matter. Mr. Young said that, under cat their meals'ln tho samo plan-,
tho law governing his department. Several of tho boys havo sworn not to
building permits had to bo Issued If volunteer their services again for their
tho ordinary conditions woro compiled oxperlcnco has been anything but a bed
with. But If an Inspector were ap- 0r roses,
pointed, with power to enforco sanitary
requirements, tho Interior Depart- Lost Clothes by Sivlng Tncm.
ment would havo authority to withhold . . . ,,,..- ov
permits. Tho President mentioned Mr- do Mcl,0 tho Portuguese -somo
bulli..ngs that failed to como up guard, who sent up his old clothes to
to the sanitary mark coming under his Walluku to bo saved, ran away from
own cognizance. Ho thought a com-' quarnnlno tho samo day and secreted
potent sanitary building inspector do- hlmBeif in tho lanatana bushes near
frlrablc. I his place at Iao valley for three days
Discussion followed on tho matter In untl ll0 wn8 torceA by starvation to go
general and tuo Question as to whenco ,,own nnd glvo i,lmscif p to Dr. Gar
tho proposed new offlclal's salary would vm. no Is now ,n qlmrantlno again
bejlerlved. ln Kahulul.
ur. woou remaned inai ouuuings , It transpired that somo of tho cloth
Dr. Wood, president of tho Board of
Health, received a budget of corres
pondence from Maul by tho Claudln.
Dr. Garvin, writing from Kahulul
yesterday, tells of progress In erecting
the ratproot fenco of corrugated Iron.
Arrangements wcro mado that morn
ing for removing nbout three-fourts
of tho population Into detention tamp,
Cottages for whtto families would
bo ready In two or three days. Mr.
Baldwin gave, assurances that tho
"plantations would buy tho cottages at
reasonable prices, ntter tho Coven.
ntcnt was dono wlih them, .or laborers'
All traffic through the town had been
'the general health was good und
thero wcro no cases of sickness in camp
or town. J
Tho steamer Cleveland was loading
nt Klhel. Tho loading of tho Centen
nial was carried out in a satisfactory
manner. But for tho splendid coopera
tion of II. P. Baldwin, tho doctor
writes, matters would movo very slow
ly at times.
A meeting of tho Maul Sanitary
Committee at Kahulul yesterday morn
ing approved of tho resolutions of the
Board of Health and expressed untor-
mtnatlon to carry out to the best of
tho commlttoo8 .iblllty. For th.a pur
pose an executive committee, was t.p-
polntcd consisting of 11. P. Baldwin,
W. J. Lowrlo and C. B. Wells.
It was left to Dr. Garvin whether Mr.
Wadsworth be allowed to cany any
thing out ot Kahulul.
Mr. Wells communicates u request
I from Dr. Wcddlck to temporarily ap
point Dr. Wlnslow of Klhel as Govern
ment physlclcu for Walluku. aj Dr.
Wcddlck has nu tlmo to attend to out
From Lahalnn on tho 7th Dr. Wood
Is Informed that thero had lcn no
deaths and no suspicious cases there
since February 25.
Oscar Lewis and F. Turk, charged
with violating tho llccnso laws relat
ing to shipping of seamen, were grant
ed a nollo prosequi by Judge Perry on
motion of E. P. Dole, Deputy Attorney
General. Charles Crclghton for de
fendants. Annlo Lackland hnu been granted a
divorce from W. O. Lackland on tho
ground of failure to support. W. It.
Castle and P. L. Weaver for llbcllant.
T. McCants Stewart has been substi
tuted for A. G. Correa as counsel for
llbcllant In tno Sarah Al vs. Henry S.
Swlttton divorce suit.
Judgo Perry has ordered tho pay
ment to Paul Neumann, proctor for
petitioner, of $149.23, net proceeds of
the Bale of tho wrecked bark William
Carson, nlso of $30 costs of court and
his proctor's fee.
Anna W. Mlkaclo has been appoint
ed guardian of tho persons and cstato
of her four minor children. J. M.
Monsarrnt for petitioner.
Record ot Judgment has been filed
for $300 and $9...j Interest nnd costs In
J. M. Vivas vs. A. Splllncr. Lcfcndant
has lately resigned from the captaincy
of the mounted poflco on account ot
David Dayton, commissioner, has
filed ills account of sale of Die Dowsctt
minors estate with a petition for con
firmation. Tho amount received, ns
previously reported, was $75,000.
RATHER A REBUFF.
that can be obtained in Honolulu
will be his reward. They are fur
nished ny H F. Wlchman, which is
a guarantee of thtir excellence and
may be seen at any time on dis
play in his store.
The friends of the various con
testants should keep well in mind
the opportunity to pl.ice their favor
ites in the lead by bringing in new
subscrib rs to the Bulletin. At
tached to ea:h receipt given to new
subscribers is a coupon entitling the
hold .-r to cast a bloc of votes Ur
the Most Popular Captain. 'I he
number of vote is determined by
the length of the subscription, as
I Month 40 Votes
i Months 150 Votes wouItl bo crowded together, set upon ,ng no 8ent ,, t0 nla hous0 t0 uo 8avca
3 inunuu ... tho ground and havo cesspools placed i1Pinnlr(,,i . t w. Thomas nnd nonutv
? Ws r:"1" near them, all as betoro, unless somo- sherlft Hnyscldcn who now mourn
I Year '50 Votes ono were nppolntcu with authority to tho loss of soveral pairs of pants bo-
prevent tneso insanitary
Million Lost by Fire.
New York. Feb. 28. Tho greatest flro
Nnwnrk N J over exnai lenctd swont ""j"""""' V, .. . . i. L i"wk. r. t;ox, uy vinuo ot mo nu-
M,rnnoh tl'reTldrycoods district ? tno B"1 ,lmculty nBa,ln8t wn'ch thorlty vested In him as ono of tho
.th"Bh5.E?!"LU"l !. . J ... Uto Board had to contend, recently, volunrcr Bantnrv Inspectors of th
ADD ANOTHER CLEAR DAY
1:50 This Is tho eighth
clear day without a caso ot
plaguo being reported. Tho
physicians look hopeful but
past oxperlcnco prevents them
from being sanguine.
No declaration of diagnosis
has yet been macio In the enso
of H. M. Levy. Ono of tho rab
bits inoculated from him died
yesterday. This morning Mr.
Levy's tempcraturo was re
duced, but Dr. Wood said this
was to bo expected In tho
morning. At this hour his
tempcraturo is 102 and pulso
126. Tho report from the hos
pital says there is very little
change in his condition, but
perhaps ho Is n little better.
When tho thrco cases of tho Doard
ot Health against J. A. Magoon wcro
called In the pollco court today, tho
prosecution asked for a contlnuanco
until Tuesday on account ot tho Ill
ness of A. G. M. Hobcrtson, attorney
for tho Board. His physicians re
fused to allow him to leave his bed
Mr. Magoon opposed tho continu
ance. Ho was ready to defend the
capes and wanted an Immcdlato trial.
Judgo Wilcox's temperature rose at
tho lmportunacy of tho defendant. Ho
reminded Mr. Magoon that as an at
torney In other cases his requests for
continuances wcro nabltual nnd Inter
minable. Professional courtesy If
nothing else should dictate compli
ance with a request for contlnuanco
on behalf of a brother attorney who
was confined by Illness. Tho cases
would go over to Tuesday.
The J -illclnl RrlleT.
Tho legal fraternity Is pleased with
tho appointment ot a temporary Cir
cuit Court Judge. What surprises
them Is that any agitation was neces
sary to make tho Executlvo act. At
torneys and suitors hnvo not only to
bear tho Inconveniences anu losses of
tne law's delays from tho congestion ot
tho dockets, but clients upbraid their
attorneys for not putting their causes
i..rough tho mill as If tho attorneys
were to blnme. It Is hoped that, with
no appointment of Mr. Sllllman to
Agents of Bond ot Health In D strict Want
Recognition As Iodt-psndint Ikdy
Wnat Tne; Hare Done.
Tho district of liana, Island of Maul,
Is distressed with sovcro panic about
the plague. Postmasters at other
places on the Island havo reported to
tho Postmaster General that liana has
refused to receive, any mall from them.
Many bags of mall from Honolulu havo
been re tinned to tho general post olllco
hero from Kahulul, whose postmaster
was advised by telcphuuo from Mr.
Omsted, tbo acting postmaster at liana,
that It would uo useless to forward tho
mail, as It would be refused. '1 wo bags
for Kcanac, In liana district, havo
come back to Honolulu. Mails from
Kahulul, Lahalna, Wnlluku and way
olllces havo been Incontinently re
jected by tho sclf-qunrautlncd district.
Honolulu malls refined dato as
far back as Februaiy 11. Tno Maul
News Is unable to ssrvo Its subscribers
In n comprehensive report from tho
liana committee, dated at that place
on tho Cth, there Is no mention of re
fusal ot the malls.
A meeting had been held ot tho
agents of tho Board In that district,
viz.: Dr. II. J. McGcttlgau, K. S. GJer
drum and F. Wlttrock. It was called
to consider tho guarding ot places In
tho district. Ofllclnl recognition was
desired for tho committee ns tho Hana
Tho meeting ratified the acts nlready
done, viz.: Tho establishment ot sta
tionary guards on nil the roads at
cither end of tho district and other
Important points Inside, tho district,
to prevent tho Influx of peoplo or
goods from tho Infected sldu ot Maul.
'J, Placing ot patrol guards between
tho principal points to prevent Indis
criminate traveling and congregation
of Indivldauls. 3, Restriction of all
travel without passes, which, It Is stat
ed, causes no hardship as responsible
persons are appointed at every settle
ment to Issue passes. 4, Inspection ot
nil freight entering tho district by sea.
5, Thorougn sanitation oi all camps,
dwellings, stables, etc. Tho commit
tco has charge of this and works with
out pay. C, House to houso Inspection.
Tho meeting requests tho payment
of a portion of i-o expenses for Feb
ruary amounting to SC00. .. asks for
tho appointment of Hugh Howell as
an additional agent ot tho Board.
It Is stated that tho committee. hB
no Intention or dcslro ot acting In op
position to tho Board ot Health, but
on account ot tho Isolation of tho dis
trict It Is dcslrnbio to havo tho power
of Independent action.
cuuuiuuiia ,l, riihor th nira
irom ueing recrcateu in nonoiuiu. The wlfo of do Mello concealed tho
Ordinary Inspectors could not stop tho ciothes sent up by her husband In their
uujecuunuuio iiruccBwa. nu ivii-iii-u trunk. Mr. Cox. by vlrtuo of tho ail-
Case of Fever.
Vnnh Ttlrnni Tlnwnllnn wnq tnkpn
n .... .... ., ..., . . .nu UiJUllllIilllll Ul iUI. OIIIIU1UI1 it
y , from South Street to tho pest hospital goi-vo on tho bench durlntr Jndcn Rtnn
i . . . ... r . . --- - - ..-
yesteruay evening, no nan lever, out ley's disability, two Juries may be st
ur. uouniuiiii uiu noi regnru mu cuso to work o ntho term calendar next
lust nlcht destroying a scoio or uioro f" l,oari , nm ' t0 contend, recently, vohintccr sanltnry Inspectors of tht,
IruUdlS!' dThoTos"hs estimated at trir'ZllZfZA 'L?!& Sf!
over $1,000,000. nlaced In good sanitary condition.
Dr. Emerson moved, It was seconded
and resolved, that a city sanltnry en-
Four flremcu wcro burled under a
wall that fell with a tcrrlflle crash.
Captain Walter Harrison and Fireman b appointed, with a salary In
Brown weioakcn out unconscious nnd accordanco wth tho usual appioprlrt-
structlcn by lite ot tho contents of tint
entire trunk which Included somo
clothes belonging to Mrs. do Mello.
Mr. dc Mello cannot now understand
suspicious. It was not considered sus
picious oven this afternoon.
Frank Metcnlf Dies.
Yesterday's Bulletin announced tho
For ChtncHc Hospital.
George Cnstlo this morning hnndod
to Mr. Chang Chnu ot D. O. Hall &
Son, $100, Intended ns a donation to
tho Chinese hospital ot this city. This
money will bo duly turned over to the
officers of tho hospital.
Further donations that any person
may dcslro to make for tho relief of the
sick nt this hospital will bo gladly re
ceived by Mr. Chang Chau.
may bo fatally Injured. Tho other two
firemen woro severely Injuied.
Local Monthly Mngnz'ne.
A tltlo page lu manuscript has been
received which reads: "April 7, 1900.
Tho Honolulu Monthly. 'In God Wo
Trust.' For Ship and Shop, Olllco and
Home. Anno M. Prcscott, Editor.
Prlco $2 per annum, slnglo copies 25
cents. Office, lied House, Beretanla
near Emma." Tho Bulletin wishes tho
enterprising lady making this venturo
Capt. Klltjiord to Resign.
Walluku, March 9. Captain Klltgard
of tho steamer Cloveland will resign
from bis command as soon as ho gets
to San Francisco. Ho will go up to
Capo Nomo to tako charge of a steve
doring business. Tho Cleveland will
come back to Kahulul In charge of
DONT PAS8 our OPERA Q LASSES
(or the World. They're made by Lo
Kalra. "NuSuld." ILF. WICHMAN.
tlons, whose duty shall bo to pasi
upon applications for building permits
and perform such othpr services aj the
Board may direct, and until tho emer
gency appropriation bill become law
that 1.1.. salary Miall lo paid out ot the
emergency appropriation of the Board
Could Not Be Found.
A suspicious ;n33 wi3 ri'poi'tod by
ono J. P Krdman, this niornlni.', r.s ucsperato conciuion ot Frank Motcnlt.
being nt tlio homo if Jnhn Harvey ;m Ho died at 5 p. m at tho houso of his
Schrol lane off Llllh.i strpet. Dr. Joba sister, Mrs. Helen Rowland. Mr. Mnt
wrth stir to liworV.u'.o l-'i wn& Oil- calf was born in Manoa valley forty-six
able to find the iiar.x o'uiy tno'Iii t'io years ago. Ho received his Mulshing
what rlcht Mr Cox hnd in burnlm: ' "rlrhbnrh'.od .vho lnd ccn licanl of education In California. Ho was ,
WJi"LI ? '.,.. T.- n ' uurnl,ll , School Juno (ii-. f .i Jim Harvy. sarcher of records by profession. At
Tho samo an" w.u rcporii-d two tho tlmo of his denth ho was editor of
weeks ago by tl:o Aimj raity :;i m Mho Hawaiian weekly, Kn Laliul Ha
vestigatfd by D.-. PV)n:j!i who r.lsi wall. Tho funeral will bo held from
failed to find tho iioii"). Mr llpvnal.is tho rcsldenco of Mrs. Helen Rowland,
Is Inclined to look upon th-i repm t in a C83 Berotnnln street, nt 3 p. m. today,
fake nirl wo lid Ilka to know wiiv J, . Services nt Knwaihao church. All
P. Erdmau Is.
(Continued on pago 8.)
Another Town Captured.
Sterks prult, x'eb. 28. Boer reports
say that tho British, under General
Brabant, havo occupied Jamestown,
Capo Colony. .
Washington, Fob. 27. Senator Clark
of Wyoming yesterday Introduced a
bill for tho admission of Arizona as a
Artist 6tott Dead.
London, Feb. 28. William Stott, tho
artist, Is dead.
property worth over $30.
No Wnlluku Quarantine.
liana, Klhel and Lahalnn districts
nro still continuing their strict quaran
tine against tho rest of Maul. Wnlluku
is tho only plnco that has never de
clared quarantlno, and even now It Id
tho dumping piaco for the treo labor
ers from Japan who cannot find com
fortable resting places at any of tho
outside districts. Somo of tho prop
erty owners even now wish they had
many moro shanties ot the Market
street typo to accommodate these now
comers. It Is fortunate for Walluku
that thero wcro not moro ot such shau-
Possible Walluku Case.
Wnlluku, Men.- 9, 3 p. H.. A Jap
anese lately from Huclo, was found by
Dr. Armltogo In A. Enos & Co.'s store,
Wnlluku, today. Tho doctor sent tho
Japanese, down to Kahulul for further
examination by Dr. Garvin. Dr. Arml
tugo believes It to bo a suspicion!
THE HAiPY RELEASE.
A lot of peoplo aro leaving this af
ternoon for tho other Island who have
been detained hero from ono to two
months and over, viz.:
For Maul, per steamer Maul Mrs.
friends nro Invited to attend.
A big houso expected tonlghtT Thero
will bo ono ot tho regular old tlmo
houses at tho Orpheum this evening.
Saturday night the houso Is generally
pretty well Alloa up nnd the "thrco
nlehts a week" lnlunnllnn nhnnli!
Aiilbeg for Lahalna: J. S. Smithies for crowd It tonight. Tho program this
Mahukona; Frank Foster nnd Mr. week has caught uo nonular fancy
Lorcnget for Kaunnkal: Messrs. I completely and It undoubtedly descrv
Kluegel nnd Rocha for Hllo; Messrs. lng of patronage. T ucro Is not an un
Mana nnd Nahamoto, Mr. and Mrs. interesting moment In tho wholo oven
Blacklo fr Maalaea Bay. I (,. Wli wnl0 Bomo of tho lwia8 nre
For Kauai, per steamer W. O. Hall-'exceedingly ludrtcous.
A. D. Hills, O. S. Williams, Henry I ,
Blake and OiO. U. Currh No hat ns good as Iwakaral's hat.
By the same suamii.-a will leave the for tho samo money. Iwakaml Hat De-
ftcnoui icacnji-F -. u. wiBiinru ana 10 partment, Hotel street.
inuies wno nave uecn Keeping quar-
Are hard to find,
Know where to
antlno at Inpojor Genn-ul
Bond a ri'ilusnc.i.
The Evening Bulletin, 7 cents per
COME TO THE
And you will not go further. From the
j cheapest to the beit can be found there.
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-j.... fa..,l,iff,hWjltiJ v.-r -! jf Oji3ift ,liHifdiUiem;-ntry