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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. II. jl, H.VTUROAY, MARCH 24. 1H00.
Henry Ho Williams,
WITH THE CITY FDRHITURE STORE.
1 Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 848. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Rssldsnss 777 Foi't St., mar Vlnsyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 849.
A$6.00. BOOK FOR ONLY $2.90
Manner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
Bl cucUojicula ol
book conjatni manj
Ou what basis tho Executlvo Coun
cil niado tho distribution of appropria
tions for public work among tho Isl
ands has yet to be explained. A re
capitulation of tho appropriation bills
.,'li!',t.!'?"":!.?,?2 presented to tho Council of Stato makes
nudcducatliifchorsca iile problem still moro difficult to
Departments dootcd . .... . . ,
to borne, cattlo solve. When n romparlson Is mado
iSrdc'g" beecu with tho amount of taxes paid tho gen
es r$'nrlurces,Ma eral Bovcrnmcnt by tho various Islands
1,200 vices, ovei it appears mai mo nuouuc-iua iui uuui-
tlonal public work on Islands other
.han Oahu fall far below tho propor
tion of taxes received from theso dis
tricts. Reference to tho report of the Min
ister of rtnanco shows that from tho
arlous taxation districts for tho year
1809 tho following amounts wero re
Summary of the Week's News
WITH TUB BOARD OP HEALTH. STEAMER CLEVELAND DISABLED. ISLAND STEAMERS CROWDED.
Monday, March VJ.
Inspector Fred. Borgor reported on
Sunuuy lortiiucn a sick Hawaiian, Ed.
Hnhookauokano, J. A. Long, 'a house,
aackdilvcr, Voung street. Tho sanl
aiy Inspector hud been told by tho
.'oiks that Dr. Cooper was In attend
incc, nnd the ense one of pneumonia.
Chief Inspector Tow so at onco sunt
.lie Inspector out for confirmation of
the fact of medical attendance, and
ascertained that Dr, Cooper hnd tho
ase In hand. Ho had taken It for Dr.
Wednesday, Mnuli 21,
Tho schooner Eilc, from Seattlo'
bound for Yokohama, that put Into
poit yesterday on account of tho sevcro
IIIulss of tho captain's wife, spoke n
small ont with thieu sailors of the
steamer Cleveland about forty miles
leeward of Maul.
'lhey stated that tho Cleveland had
broken ncr shalt about thrco hundred
nnd twenty miles northwest of Maul
and that they wero making for Knhu-
lul, whero they had loaded n cargo of
.Miner, tho family physician, who was sugar, to telephone for assistance,
out of town. The man died nnd Dr. '1 hey expected to bo ablo to get an
Hoffmalin held an autopsy on tho body. Intor-lslnnd steamer to aid them, If
He also mado a bacteriological cxaml- not they would get the nsststnnco of r.n
nntlon of secretions. At 2 o'clock this Inter-Island schooner as a last resort,
morning ho gave a decision that tho Tho Cleveland left Klhcl last week
causo of death was bubonic plnguo.- with a full cargo of sugar for tho
Tuesday, March 20. Coast It Is not known that she car-
Dr. Wood reported to tho Board of rlcd any passcngcrn
Health, at last session, on tho house In j
which tho latest plaguo victim alcd.
Consul General Haywood was asked
lato this afternoon If tho Iroquois
It Waft A HOW hniinn nml fhn nrnatilnnr ' wmita lis fllanntnhori nn tho AvnadlMnn
of tho Hoard gavo reasons for bollov- Ho replied that ho had been In con
ing it could bo disinfected without bo-'sulfation with Lieut. Pond on tho sub
lug destroyed. Although dying In the (jeet, and their conclusion was that
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Money. Bend for our special lllatrttdrtrogiio,
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MUakOT ul MaaifMtinra. Akron, Ohio.
Oahu $ 4SG.8C1 32
Maul, Molokal, Lanal 155,211 47
Hawaii ." 282.853 18
Kauai and Nllhau 1 13.UC 30
Total $1,008,117 M
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NEW IRON WORKS.
'Some of tho pillars have been erected
for the now buildings of tho Honolulu
Iron Works at Kakaako. Tho last In
stalment of the Iron material for Iho
structures has arrived In tho bark
Catherine. It will tako at least b!x
months to complete the erections. Then
work will have to do aone simultan
eously In both tho old nnd now works,
until tho formldablo task of rcraovlnp
everything to the latter approaches the
final stages. -.
Monday, Mai eh 10.
Minister Damon mado sorao running
comments in giving tho general llnan
clal statement in his budget fip.-ecn
As our reporter thought tho Mtnistci
was reading everything from manu
script at tho time ho omitted to take
notes nt that stago. An uiu:rviuF
point thus missed among others was
Mr. Damon's explanation of tho extra
ordinary falling off of 100,000 In esti
mated receipts from revenuo stamps.
Tho reason was given as the abolition
of labor contracts unuer American
law, tho stamps on these documents
having hitherto been n luciatlvo
source of rovenue.
Another omission, n mechanical ono,
In tho report of tho opening session of
the Council was that of President
Dolo's name beforo n suggestion made
by hlra regarding tho advlsabUlty of
rules for different readings of tho bills.
Tuesday, Mai eh 20.
Attorney General Cooper was asked
why tho proposed Girls' Industrial
School appropriation, which was lost
In tho shufflo at tho session of 1898,
aa nnt nnnenr In tho cmorgency esti
mates beforo the Council of State. He
replied that no now buildings whatever
had been placed in theso estimates, an
agreement having boon made between
all tho aepariraeuio mm uuu ,.-... -
asked for at this Juncture. A new Jail,
that ho had been anxious to havo built,
was among other necessary bulldlags
that would have to wait for tho new
system ot government.
An affray among Japaneso at Kahu
i... nt.ntnttnn on Saturday resulted In
the killing ot Anumoto and the wound
ing ot Horle. Ono man was captured
by tho "Walalua police, but Horlo got
Out of a totnl of 1,0GS,U7.27 received
from taxes during 1899 moro than ono
half came from Islands other than
Cahu. Tho Island of Hawaii which Is
put down ns tae principal theater of
the operations ot future small farmers
pays more than one-halt as much taxes
as Oahu tho commercial center ot tho
, Act 2 offered for tho consideration of
tho Council of State carries appropria
tions to bo drawn from Current Re
ceipts to tho amount ot $995,353.41
Striking out such Items of this appro:
prlatlon ns come under tho head of
"unpaid bills," also Items coming un
der tho various departments that may
bo considered "national" or territorial
In character, It appears that a total of
$o2G,C50 is divided among the islands
for special public work as follows:
Kauai and Nllhau
In tho marked progress apparent today
and assured for tho future. This Is a
million dollar country. Tho Council
of State should realize, that, whatever
tho limitations of th$ Exccutlvo Coun
cil, the present legislative body Is sup
posed to rlso nbovo the standard of n
municipal board ot aldermen. Prog
ress thronghotu tho group should bo
the watchword of governmental effort.
To assure this progress appropriations
should be granted the other Islands
with a more liberal hand than Is evi
denced by tho Exccutlvo Council's pro
posals. As was suggested by tho Dullctln
whlln tho Executive Council was figur
ing up appropriations In secret, It bo
hooves the Council of State to seo to it
that the outside districts of the Islands
are not forgotten In dealing out funds
for such period ns tho special appro
priations may cover. Now that tho
bills proposed by the Executive havo
been mado public the shortage of mon
ey for tho other Islands Is moro ap
parent. It docs not appear that this
Island and tho city of Honolulu has
been awarded appropriations for any
work not an Immediate necessity. Tho
Indications are rather that having
made the necessary provisions locally
the Council stopped short and began to
jut down with a forceful hand. In
other words th task created by tho
great development of tho Islands from
Hawaii to Nllhau has been half done.
The Executive proceeded manfully till
It reached the border lines ol Oahu
and then lost Its courage.
houso the man had spent most of his
illness' In a small bunding somo dls
tnnco away. John V. Colburn Is owner
ot tho house, which as beforo stated Is
In Young street. After transacting
other business tho Hoard went In a
body to tho place. It decided thcro to
bum the small building and closets,
leaving tho decision on the main cot
tago for today's meeting.
Tho Hoard approved bills ns below,
although Dr. Wood thought too much
was being D.iddlcd on tho plaguo sup
pression funds: l'ala plantation, $187.
CO for sending tho steamer Lehua to
Honolulu with report of plaguo at Ka
hulul; scow nnd wharf for shipping
garbage to sea. $1337: thrco bills from
as many Illlo doctors for post mortem
In Mrs. Serrao's body, only ono allow
Dr. Wood ngalmbrought up tho mat
ter ot killing rats. It looked as If
they wero tho causo of new cases of
tho plague. To Dr. Emerson's sugges
tion ot sending mongooses nttcr tho
rats tho president replied that thcro
might bo danger of tho mongoosos
cntchlng and carrying Infection. Ho
thought It would be worth whllo to
employ a professional rat-catcher, oven
' If ilinV finfl In daIiiI n,nw fr.n ai.nl. n
m ...VJ ...... tf 0W.U M.,J AU DUVII 4
functionary. No decision was readied.
Wednesday, Mareh -1
At tho meeting of tho Doard of
Health yesterday it was decided to at
tach a fee of $2 for every Injection of
the prophylactic mado. It was also
decided to havo every person examined
beforo departing for the other Islands.
And If they arc foun dnot to lmvo had
J taken the prophylactic injection, to
oe rciusca passage.
Dr. Wood also mado mention of the
fact that In a number of disinfected
houses that he had visited, tho cloth
ing had been mined and he also fur
ther advised that tho Doard get n list
of damaged articles and to replace
them to the extent they should seo fit.
I MS -
London, March 8. At tho sale today
of tho lato Duke of Westminster's
string of raco horses at KIngsclcrc,
England, Flying Fox, tho winner In
1899 of tho Derby, tho Two Thousand
tho station steamer would not bo or
dercd out "It would bo like looking
for a nccdlo In n haystack,' 'said Mr.
Haywood. "Ucsldcs, tho men In tho
boat may havo been Jesting tho captain
that spoko them. Just as Uko as not
they aro deserters from tho Cleveland.
Friday, March 23.
Jns. D. Cnstle of Alexander & Bald
win, Ltd., left for Maul In the steamer
Mlkahala yesterday nfternoon on a
mission connected with the disabled
steamship Cle eland. If ho found on
arrival that tho steamer Claudlnc had
not nlrcady been dispatched to sea In
search of tho Cleveland. Mr. Castle
was empowered to send that steamer
ot Wllder's licet on such nn expedition.
It will Ikcly Involve hundreds of miles
ot cruising by tho Claudlne. as the
Clovelnnd was reported by tho boat's
crew to have broken down 320 miles
northwest ot Maul.
As a matter ot fact tho material ! Guineas, the Ecllpso stakes and tho
progress ot this country has advanced
so far beyond tho limit ot public work,
that thcro can bo no sectional or local
strlfo over tho necessity tor largo
Doncastcr St. Lcgcr, was purchased by
iuinond Dlano for 37,500 guineas.
Diane w tho Bon of tho founder of
MontO Carlo nil brnthor.ln.1nw nf
1 Roland Ilonaparte. tils comnetitor in
Thus Oahu gets about 80 per cent ot
ho now work to bo done under govern
ment direction. Tho Island of Hawaii
a awarded a llttlo over 17 per cent,
Muul and Molokal less than 3 per cent,
Caual, Lannl and Nllhau, practically
Turning to the appropriations mado
'rom tho Loan Fund, it appears that ot
ho total $831,991.20, thcro Is $691,000
that may bo classed as devoted to ob
jects from which special local benellt
Is derived. Tho division Is mado along
tho following lines:
Hawaii :.. Sio.ooo
ncy. Other good prices wero 2,ot,i
guineas for Uoou Luck and 5,000 for
Goblet; Manchuria, 4,300 guineas; Ca
Iucley, 7,900 guineas.
t 41n Kt.l.nn, .. T.'.l.tl..
expenditures throughout th .jnMi '"""','nJ S , fi? wns n raan
-i ....-on ti i,.i ,i iiit nnmc? a'Pen. wh? w.n.8..V.1&,,ng for nn
imuu u..u .."..".., ..wUU.u.u .... 'American, prooauiy wiiuam u. 'vhlt-
aro not mo oniy iioriiuiu ui inu inl
ands that requlro a llueral expendi
ture ot public funds. Maul. Kauai,
Molokal, and even Lanal demand -ori-
These Islands havo risen from their
parallel to the small country ourg, in
to a center of great commercial and in
dustrial activity. This is a million
dollar ceuntry. Tho duty of the gov
ernment, tho Executive and legislative
power, Is to keep pace with tho spirit
of tho tlmo as expressed in private en
terprise. Many difficulties will bo en
countered. Tho ability and good Judg
ment of public men will bo gauged by
tho manner in which they rise to tho
occasion and surmount the difficulties.
To cry "wo can't do It" when Btrug
gllng with an nrduous task Is not tho
part that public servants are supposod
London, March 8. In tho Houso ot
Commons tomorrow tlr Edward Sas
soon Llmcral-Unlonlst member for Hy
thn, will ask whether the Government
has acquiesced in tho matter of con
cessions nbout to bo granted to tho
Eastern Telegraph Company by Aus
tralia, which ho claims aro in tho opin
ion ot Canada likely to lead to tho
abandonment of tho Pacific cable
scheme. It not, Sir Edward will fur
ther ask It tno government is endeav
oring to Induco Australia to renounce
tho intention of infringing
ot tho Pacific cablo scheme.
Tho nppcaranco of nn item in tho
now appropriation bill providing carts
for ory earth closets has started moro
or less discussion ns to tho best ways
and menus of dealing with tho closets
having no outlets In the sowers, and at
the samo. tlmo wiping out tho old cess
Contractor John G. North appeared
beforo tho Hoard ot Health recently
nnd gavo a lengthy explanation of a
new system of closets that nas been
used In tho military camps at tho Pre
sidio with marked success. The sys
tem was devised by an army officer
henco may bo used without interfer
ence of patents or anything of tho
kind. Mr. North's lntorcst in the mat
ter is that if tho system meets the
approval ot tho Doard, ho will havo
an opportunity to bid on tho contract
for seeping tho closots in proper con
dition. This new closet Is a slmplo affair.
It consists of a small cast Iron tank
which Is partially filled with water,
with which Is mixed a solution ot
lime. At tho bottom ot tho tank Is a
plpo leading outsldo for connection
with nn excavator. Tho lime solution
has been found to bo a complcto de
odorizer. Each day tho closet Is
pumped out, cleaned with water, and
again clean water and lime solution
Is put in the containers.
According to Mr. North's statement
this closet system Is the most sanitary
scheme that has yet been devised. The
dry earth system was used at tho Pre
sidio with Indifferent eucccss, and ac
complished comparatively llttlo to-
-Tils staying typhoid fever among tho
i J'm" iM soon ns 'no "rao c'osc' was
lnstaiicu, tu. AVcr wng very promnt-
, vu,..,uv..m, -w - .08l 0f maintain
Thursday, March 22.
Albert Jaeger died at his homo in
King street, opposite Walklkl turn, nt
Oiflft n'nlrtAlr 4 111 a fnrntinAti HHii nnlian
Again is evidenced a strong tendency dcath wft8 consumpt,on wlth com.
plications. Although declining in
health for many ydars, he kept on his
feet practically till the last tow days
to cut down heavily on tho other lsl
nnds. Oahu geta two-thirds tho wholo
amount. Hawaii nnd Maul dlvldo the
Ab has been previously stated by tho
Bulletin, tho council ot State is not
wan anted in cutting down tho appro
priations mado for this Island. Tho
greater portion ot the funds aro to bo
devoted to the completion ot sanitary
measures, which cannot bo, must not
bo alighted. On the other hand it
should not bo forgotten that there are
other districts than Honolulu in tho
Hawaiian Islands whero prlvato enter
prise and commercial development,
which will eventually make full raturn
through Increased taxes, will be seri
ously checked by a parsimonious poli
cy that falls to grasp tho situation
with a masterful hand and falls to ap
preciate that all tno islands are sharing
mg mo system was -naratlvelv
small. Tho remarkably good!"
tho 30.000 volunteers last quartered ..
tho Presidio wnllo en route to tne
Philippines Is largely credited to this
new system. Mr. North quotes as au
thority tho quartermaster's depart
ment nt San Francisco and asks that
tho Doard tako nono ot bis statements
without confirmation from an official
It Is estimated that tho expenso of
Installing tho system and tho contract
onng to inuuco Australia to renounce . kccDlnB the c08ets clean will bo
mo intention oi infringing mo terms . ,h- thn nrfipnf nnnmnrlntlnna
for excavators and tho dry cartu sys
Mr. Jaeger was a native of Fricdon-
berg, Germany, and G4 years of ago in
February last. Ho arrived in tho Ha
waiian Islands about 35 years ago, and
was with bis undo, tho late Judge
Wldemann, in planting operations on
tho island ot Kauai. Removing to
Honolulu wlta the Judge a long tlmo
ago ho took an office with him in Ka
ahumamu street, where Mr. Jaeger was
one ot the pioneer Insurance agents of
this city, at his death being the oldest
survivor of that business here.
Twenty-six years ago Mr. Jaegor
married Miss Annlo Robinson, a daugh
ter of the late James Robinson and ala
tor ot Mark P. Robinson, tho well-
known merchant, capitalist and man of
public affairs. With his wife he leaves
four sons and one daughter Henry,
tho eldest and doing for himself as a
contractor on Maui; James, employou
In Allen & Robinson's office; Allen,
Dr. Halg Drown, tho former head
master of Charterhouse, writing ot tho
schooldays ot Colonel Dadon-Powoll,
says: "I notlco that tho nnmo Is in
variably mispronounced. Tho 'a' in
Dadcn Is generally given tho sound ot
'ah,' but It should havo tho usual sound
ot 'a,' as in 'Uathlng Towel,' which was
his nickname among tho boys at
San Fianclsco, March 12. Tho Chi
naman who died In Dupont street, San
Francisco, has been pronounced a gen
uine plageu caso by the San Francisco
Doard ot Health. No quarantine how
ever, Is maintained against tho dis
Tuesday, March . 20.
Manager C. G. Uallentyne leaves in
tho Australia for the Coast to buy ma
terial tor tho Honolulu Rapid Transit
and Land Company. Ho will bo absent
six or eight weeks, his purchases will
comprlso poles, tics and building lum
ber, Seattle being tho market
BROWN In this city, March 18, 1900,
Foster Oilman, infant son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. F. Drown.
E. J. Phelps, ex-Mlnlster to Eng
land, is dead.
The Kentucky fight has assumed a
new phase by Secretary ot Stato Pow
ers being captured and thrown into Jail
by Taylor's men.
tem. By means of the lime closet, tho
cesspools throughout tho city outsldo
tho sower limits could be done away
Thursday, March 22.
S. M. Damon, banker and Minister
ot Flnanco, has donated $1,000 to tho
hospital for Incurables. He makes tho
condition that It bo called "Tho Vic
Tho committee assuming responsi
bility for the running expenses of tho
hospital is composed of President Dolo,
Bishop Willis, Portuguese Consul Can
avarro, Geo. R. Carter and Alatau T.
Atkinson. This committee has pro
nosed tho following names for direc
tors: Bishop Willis, president; A. L. C.
Atkinson, secretary; S. E. Damon,
treasurer; President Dolo and Father
Tho Board ot Health has granted
tho uso of a two-story building at the
Kerosene camp for tho hospital. Un
der tho superintendence of Dr. Bow
man, in connection with the quaran
tine detention sirvlco, the building was
fully equipped as a hospital.
At tho Board of Health meeting
Thursday, G. W. Smith ottered a reso
lution "that all restrictions respecting
the shipment ot merchandise except
from Astatic ports, bo rescinded on end
after the 26th of March, 1900." The
resolution was referred to the Bhlpplng
Committee for further consideration.
Wednesday, March 21.
Now that tho Health regulations
hae opened the way for business with
the other Islands, there Is a general
rush for shipments that far exceeds tho
capacity of Btcnmshlp companies to
care for. The waterfront has assumed
Its old tlmo crow'ded appearance and
.oday many merchants arc fuming on
Account of their inability to despatch
ihclr ordcis for tho other Islands.
Yesterday no less than a dozen
truck loads of freight were refused
by the steamship companies and tho
goods were carried back to the stores
from which they came. This means
probably that n second fumigation will
be ntcissaty and all tho work will havo
to bo dono over again. Ono express
company started out on an order from
a local houso at G o'clock In tho morn
ing. ,Tho man remained on the front
till 2 In tho afternoon and was finally
foiccd to return with part of his load
to the merchant who sent out the
goods. Tho merchant not only had
to pny tho full express charges for
this time but stands n good chnnco of
having to go to tho same expenso a
On tho other hand somo of tho mer
chants havo not appreciated the neces
sities ot the situation nnd guards havo
been forced to turn back small pack
ages, which under tho regulations aro
required to bo fumigated for twelve
Managers of tho steamship compan
ies seen this morning stated to the Dul
lctln that they are doing their best to
tciomniodatc all comers. It Is merely
i question of tho capacity of their
steamers. Thrso will be sent oft as
rapidly as posslblo and return for moro
ns fast ob steam will carry them.
Monday, March 19.
W. R. Castlo will soon erect a stablo
and camp on his ML Tantalus lot.
Lyie A. Dickey has been appointed
Second District Mnglstrato of Honolu
lu. Col. J. W. Jones resumed duty as
chief court reporter this morning after
a Bovcro Illness.
Karl II. llcline, for tho last eight
years tlmo keeper nt Ewa plantation,
leaves in tho Australia for an extended
trip to Europe.
W. A. Dowcu nnd family aro In
tending to leave for their old homo In
Ohio next August. Mrs. Dowcn and the
children will remain away tor a t:ar.
Fred Booth ot New York, who was
here with tho First New York Regi
ment, has returned to the Islands to
accc'pt a position as luna on Ewa plan
tation. Word comes from Kauai that W. II.
Rico Jr. has not accepted tho position
of deputy sheriff tendered by tbo gov
ernment. It Is said Mr. Rice prefers
a position In tho tax assessors depart
Well boring on tho Island of nllhau
Is progressing rapidly. L. E. l'inkham
has a force of six men engaged on tho
ill st experimental well. This has been
Bunk 250 feet and tho bottom ot tho
solid rock has not been rcaihcd.
Mr. Ulacklc, who was for u lime with
the Fowler Plow Co. Is back In his old
position on McUryde plantation. Tho
plantation has four new sets of steam
plows, the railroad Is nearly complet
ed and a iocomotlvo Is expected next
Mutlrydo plantation Is reported to
havo had considerable trouble with
Japanese laborers ot late. The full
pulleu luiee ot tho district on ono or
two occasions wub called out to quell
difficulties. Tho ringleaders aro now
in Jail and everything is quiet.
Deputy Sheriff Aimstcd of Kauai
mado a trip to tbo island ot Nllhau
last week to Investigate tho destruc
tion by flro ot houses on the island,
lie found no cluo but apprehended
'nven lepers. It Is said no physician
" attn,t Mm lalntirl fr.t aatf.ral vnftra
hat bccnc,cT?t. I'8tCI,'ie',B ft
Grand Court. AnciaR.d.c.1?Satef totho
tors, which will meet In SSL?' I'0C8
on May 8. Ho Intends leavlngSJ'f
iteamcr of April 17. Mr. Petors'w.,
:ho founder oi Court Caruocs In Hono
.ulu. Homer E. Vincent, who was a hos
pital nurso at Camp Jones, wns arrest
jd for stealing tools, revolve: s and a
mandolin from tho N. G. H. barracks.
Ho gave away Vincent, who was camp
steward, as an accomplice and both
men are In custody. Vincent was ar
rested on board tho Forthbank whore
ho had shipped as n sailor.
Tuesday, March JO.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pomroy have
tno sympathy of their mnny friend In
the death of their son, aged two years
and live months.
Goo Kim Fill, Chlncso Vlco Consul,
hb given relief to soventy-thrco it ii.s
countrymen out ot tho $500 lately put
in his hands by an anonymous philan
thropist,. Wednesday, March -1.
Notices havo been served on all
property owners along tho new pro
posed extension ot Mllllanl street, be
tween Queen and Halckaulla streets.
The Kerosene hospital will be main
tained for the present to shelter in
curables, maintenance being by private
subscription. Bishop and Mrs. Willis
have a leading part in the movement
Armstrong Smith has come out of
quarantine after his services as head
nurse at tho pest hospital. He will re
sume duty as principal of Ksuulanl
school whenever tho Board ot Educa
tion decides to reopen it
Polynesian Encampment No. 1, L O.
o. F Inducted .the following officers
last night: J. D. McVeigh. C. P.; O.
W. R. King. S. V.; F. W. Wood, H.
P.; O. Charlock, G. W.; L. L.,1.
Plorre, Scribe; L. W. Hough, Treasur
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