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THE ISVI'NIKG 1JULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I.. 8 VH.I1AY, MMtHj 7. ""0.
Busy Week With the B
Supreme and Circuit Court jj
Monday, April 2. I Ah Boons ct nl a water controversy,
C. Kapall, administrator of the on- out williuill piejudlce In rotuplulnnnts
tato or liana Uaclo Knpatl, w, dccons-to tiring amended proceedings. Thej
ed, has tiled an Invsntory Bhowliu had forgotten to Bay w.irro the land
property, mostly real estate, valued nt was nnd what was taken. C. V. iVter
$1105. son for plaintiffs; Kobertson Ac Wll-
HobcrUon & Wilder for defendants der for defendants,
fllo both a demurrer nnd n motion to Harry A. Hlgelow, n nntlvo of Mn3.v
dUsolvo Injunction In tha suit of Mini chusotts and 20 years of nge, has been
Ah Me and others ngnlnst Ah floong admitted to tho Hnwalhui bar. Hu
and others for water .Ifihts In Malum comes to Honolulu to tmtor tho law
valley. They allego that neither the ofllco of Kinney, Hallou & McClnuuhan,
land nor the water in question can
located from tho description In tho.
Cblpman Taylor, master of the bmk
Semlnolo, by his attorneys, Humphreys
& Andrews, tiles exceptions to tlio libel
of 8am KurUhlraa agnlnst his vessel
for false Imprisonment. Ho alleges
that no stipulation for costs has ever
been filed, that the libel hIiows on Its
faco Uiat the tort complaint of It Is not
a maritime tort; tlmt tho proceeding,
If cognlublo at all, in admiralty should
be in personam against tho master and
not In rem against tho luuk, and thut
tho matters alleged In the libel aro not
cognUablo by the Circuit Court In the
exerclso of Its admiralty and maritime
Jurisdiction. Judgo Perry will hear the
exceptions tomorrow afternoon.
J. A .Magoon, Kinney, Dallou & Me
Clanohtin nnd F. M. Hatch for defen
dants fllo a notlco of motion to set a
day for hearing, addressed to Geo. 1).
Gear and Geo. A. Davis, attorneys for
plaintiff, In thn equity suit of Sarah A.
Hcrger vs. Chas. W. Douth and Clin.
J. M. Vivas, attorney for plaintiff
In tho assumpsit suit of V. Vascon
celloa vs. James Dodd, Men a motion to
substitute Rebecca A. Dodd and H. W.
Cathcart. executors of ho will of
James Dodd, deceased, ns defendants.
Acting Judge Silllman was hearing
tho Holoknlllkl will contest this morn
ing. Ka-no for proponent; Kaneaktia
All tho evidence has been taken it,
tho suit of Mrs. Gomes for her hus
band's death benefits agilnst the Por
tuguese Ilenoflt Society, and Judge
Perry will hear argument aB soon ns he
Tho Supreme Comt was engaged this
morning In hearing tho W. II. Marshal!
habeas corpus case. Judgo Perry was
sitting with Justices Freir and Whit
ing. Deputy Attorney General 13. l
Dole represents tho Republic, and J.
T. Do Holt tho petition r.
Acting Judge Silllman admitted the
will of Catherine Morgan to probate
and appointed Jas. F. Morgan executor
under $200 bond, his co-executor 1-d-ward
J. Morgan having renounced his
Lcong Kon Hoo. Chinese male, 33,
bronchial consumption, Chinese hospi
tal. Maria Itoso, Hawaiian femalo, lu
months, malnutrition, School street.
Cathcrlno Sullivan, Irish half Hawa
iian, 13, plague, Llllha street.
Joan Ja clntho, Portuguese male, 5C.
phthisis, Kerosene camp hospital.
Eleven Jurors In tho Mcrlcou: t In
surance enso have mado affidavit of
tho good conduct, while the Jury was
sitting, of the twelfth man. Cti'taln J.
C. Cluney. Tho occasion was In pro
ceedings on tho part of tho Noruiilk
Insuninco Co. to attack thn Imparti
ality of the Juror In question.
Tuesday, April 3.
Tho widow of tho Into J. K. Kahoo
knno won her contest of administra
tion of her liusbnnd'ii 03talo. Knneh
Johnson, secietary of tho Hawaiian
Land Co., petitioned an such for letters
of administration, nlleglni; that suld
company was a creditor of th.) estate.
Mrs. Kahookano gavo notice of contest
nnd ut tho hearing jWenlny before
Judge Sllllninu, throw;.) Mr. Ballon,
asked that tho Hnwallnn Trust nnd In
vestment Company bo appointed ad
ministrator. This tho Comt ordered,
tho bond being $5,000. Aelil & John
son for petitioner; Klnnry, D.ilou &
McClnuuhan for contestant.
In tho caso of A. S. Clnliorii. admin
Istrntor of Antonio Fllli.e, etc., vs. W
II. Castlo et al., tho d fiudant Castle
has filed a lengthy Miiwer. Tho gls:
of tho answer Is contnlu"! In tho fol
lowing points: In 1S78 he was ictiiinsd
as attorney for Ana M.irmoiu, widow
of Pillpo, to collect certain funds which
alio nlleged to be duo hor bv Clo;l)i)in
After he hud douo this lmslmtu to llu
best of his ability tho woman had ap
pointed Autono Hosa ns her attorney li
Ills place. Ho had acuiuliigly trans
ferrcd her InvestmcntH to trm.i. At l.r
feront times ho had Ini'n'mcd Cleg
hum that his recourse n ndralnlstrctot
was against Hosa on hi i I'S'urc, ami l,i
had actually brought oii't nnlnst Itu
E.Ts estate to picssrvc Cloghorn
rights. Some of the p-opor- is Mil
hung up In the courts un I'T dllfi'tcn
proceedings. Castle uru'j ihal now lit
should not bo made responsive fur t li
negligence of Cleglioin, and cu'lrf utitn
Hon to tho fact that Rosa'u estate It
able to pay -Its obligation in Ilia milter
Judge Sllllninu has approved tho r.c
counts of K. J. Wllhnlm, uJmiiilstrnto
of tho estate of his docs'id wife, oIm
tho masters report tlwon. Hit Is t(
deliver over tho person.u propcity
consisting of-shnrcs In utricle, to Mb
bey iJlll Smithies, who Is found to b
tho solo heir of deceased. 'I ho ndnitn
Istrntor waived credit for over ?100(
expended In Improvements on tho rca'
estate, also all expense over rocelpti
and commissions due him. At the ttnx
of her death Mrs. Wllhelm owned rea
estate on tho Islands of Oahu aur
Moloknl of the valuo of about $U9(J
and personal property chiefly thlrteer
shares in Oahu Sugar Co. valued n
$1C80. P. h. Weaver appeared for thr
administrator, nnd U. I,. Marx, as guar
dlan ad litem for Frederick Albrr
Pmlth. ndnnted minor don of Mr. ant
tho late Mrs. Wllhelm.
Judgo Slllmnn today dissolved thr
' Injunction nnd sustained the demurrc
of defendants In Mim Ah Leo et al. vs.
with a nign recommenuauon iroin
James Darr Ames, dean of Harviird
law school. Mr. Hlgclow la n I). A. of
Harvard, nnd n Ilachelor of Laws of
that University's law school, where ho
latterly was assistant Instructo-.
Wednesday. April 4.
About sixty men wero present at T.
II. Murray's hall when tho meeting
opened last night which was called to
organize the "Republican Party of Ha
waii." Half a score camo In later.
Clarence L. Crabbo was elected chair
man and Francis J. Berry secretary
The report of a commltco appointed
at a preliminary meeting was present
ed, containing draft of constitution and
nominations of officers. Doth these
particulars wcro somewhat changed by
After tho secretary had read tho re
port with all it carried, a motion was
mado by O. C. Lewis to adopt the con
stitution ns a whole.
A. S. Humphreys moved to consider
It serlatum. Then tho same mover
carried tho radical point of changing
the namo by substituting tho word
"Club" for "Party."
Mr. Lewis struggled hard against
both proposals, but had practically no
In a recess of ten minutes for sign
ing the constitution, thirty-six names
were appended to tho document. Prob
ably a dozen others signed before and
1 ho officers of tho club elected arc:
Clarence L. Crabbe, president;
1 1. L. Evans, vlco president;
Frnncla J. Horry, secietary;
W. ti. Fisher, treasurer;
T. R. Murray, auditor;
Dick Daly, sergeant-at-arms.
The president will nnnounco tho
executive committee of twenty-ono at
next meeting. This committee has tho
rcmarkablo power of changing and
making laws for tho club.
Mr. Murray after business oxproasee!
n deslro for Bpeecnes.
Mr. Humphreys was llrst call of tho
meeting. Ho was disappointed In the
meeting, as ho expected to meet a good
many Irishmen, consequently n scrap.
Somctlmo ago he had been approached
to Join nn Independent party, but de
clined becnuso ho was a Republican all
wool and a yard wide. In a certain
town for years ouo other nnd hlmselt
were tho only Republicans, nnd regu
larly tho other nominated tho speaker
for Attorney General mid ho nominat
ed him for Congress. In n mouth this
club would have a thousand members.
He took no stock In tho proposition
that tho time was Inopportune. Thcic
was u nigger In tho fence there. It
would have been ntco if they had wnlt
ed for others to organize ahead of
them nnd grab all tho uflices. A gentle
man was coming homo fiom Washing
ton with the project of taking tho en
tiro organization of tho Republicans
Into his ow nhatids.
Will 13. Fisher declared himself a Re
publican and nothing nice. A year ago
ho advocated organization, but was put
down as a mallhlnl. Vet If they had
organized then, Hawaii would not have
had to wait so long for Its territorial
J. M. Vivas, though an old warhorsa
in politics, claimed to bo a mallhlnl us
to American parties. Ho required
tlmo to mnko his affiliation, but when
the cholco was mailo ho w ould Jump In
with both feet.
F. 11. Austin made a few remarks as
a Hawaiian horn citizen.
The meeting adjourned nt 0:10 for
Thursday, 'April 5.
Maria do SHva Pavuo petitions lev
:cttct3 of administration on the eatnti
jf her Into husband, which consists or
i $1,000 policy In tho Ominnia Lite In
Judgo Silllman yesterday ordered tin
.vlll of Aunlo N. HnlokaMki ailmlttci
o piobiitc, nppolntlm; Willio II. Jlido
(nhlki hole executor um!r 3oU Irjiid
Xu-ne for petitioner; Iv.otnl'iui 'fir 1
ckua, contestant, a hrotht r of the tcs
utilx. Tho contest nit" t attorney not
d un appeal to n Juiy.
On tho petition of Mri. Hllza K. Cn?
ldy, Judge Silllman h,-.- (ippcnuu.i
oIm Cnssldy ns gun:"i!n of Mrs. Mur
aitt A. Robertson, widow of thr lau
ius 'Well Robeitson aad plater of pc
Itiuici', anil who Is now at btni'ktnn
'al. The bond Is ti,lM0. A. W. ("fil
er fur petitioner.
An appeal of Angelina Heveilll of
lanaltl, Kauai, from Judgo Stanley's
lecrte admitting to prohrt-) the wti
f her mother. Mrs. Hmiiui Angcllne
Devcrlll has been witiit'.ivwii. The will
.undo decedent's urothcr, Thomas
Mndscy of Wulmca, Hawnll, tolo do-
Iseo nnd executor.
Judgo Silllman siut'iined tho execp
Ions to the libel of th- hark Sonilnole
y Sam Furlshtmn on account of r.l
eged assault anil lal.cj arrest upon
omiilnluant by Chlpmuu Tuylor, nius
cr of tho vessel.
Robertson & Wlldir for plaintiff In
Olcghorn vs. Cnstlo movo to pet n day
'or hearing tho demurrer of Maiy
Drown, ono of tho defenrtnnts. .
In making nn order upprovlng the
accounts of F. J. Wllholm, ns adminis
trator cf his deceased wife's estate,
ludgo Silllman dcn'es tho claim of
Frederlcw Albert Smith, fin adopted
child, for a portion ot tho estate. The
articles of adoption did not declare
tho child to bo an fcolr of deceased.
Mrs. U1II Smithies, wlfo of Archibald
Smithies, daughter, is declared In the
iilcr solo heir subject to u life Intcr-
st of the surviving liuslirnd in one-
bird of tho Income of tho real i state,
Judge Silllman had thn Million watci
ontroxctsy of Lum Ah Leo's vs. Ah
Soong'H hul heforo hli.t ngnln. Th.
Court goes nt to took nt tho premise"
8. FiiriiBlilma, former steward of the
bark Seminole, has brnught still
against Captain C. Taylor of that ves
sel. Plaintiff claims $5,009 ilamnges.
alleged to have rcsultud to him fiom
Injury done to his person, reputation,
character and feelings In that the de
fendant did on Mnrch M, 1000, wilful
ly nnd maliciously assault nnd bent
him nnd did then in.l there wilfully,
maliciously nnd unlawfully cause him
to bo wrongly ImprUoned nnd re
atrnlned of his liberty. Mngoon and
Long for plaintiff.
Tho libel has been removed from the
Scmlnnlo on nccount of the action ot
Judgo SUllmnn who throw out the hill
libeling tho ship. It wna his decision
that tho matter should have been per
sonal. As n result nf this, the action
against Captain Tavlor U brought.
Friday, April 0.
Judgo Silllman opposed tho accounts
of J. M. Dowsett, administrator of tho
estate of tho late J. I. Dowsett, and or
dered' his discharge on filing the re
ceipts of distribution. Henry Smith,
master, was allowed a feo of $250 for
his report. Tho administrator filed a
supplemental nccount, showing a bnl
ance of $4980.43 to bo distributed.
Tho Supremo Court denied tho mo
tion of Makee Sugar Co., plaintiff, to
dismiss tho appeal ot Tuck Chew, de
fendant, and continued tho caso till
next term. Kinne, Ilallou & Mc-
Clnnnhan for plaintiff; P. Neumann
nnd J. T. Do Dolt for defendnnt.
Justices Frcar nnd Whiting, without
tho third Boat tilled, heard tho appeal of
defendant from the decree of Judge
Wilder of tho Fourth Circuit In John
G. Jones vs. Francisco do Limn and
Adolph HuBsmnnn. A peculiarity In
the caso Is the fact that tho rccoul nf
evidence In tho court below Is lost.
Tho suit was n libel In equity to set
aside a deed.
In his declaration plaintiff sot forth
tho following statements: Judgment
for $S0C.3l was cntorcd In lavor of
Jones against dc Lima for debt on Jan
uary 7. On January 1C do Lima by deed
conveyed land at Kaauhulu to Huss
mann, his son-in-law, for $730, which
was Inadequate, the land being worth
nt least $1200.
Separate answers were mado by the
defendants. They nlleged that de Lime
mortgaged tho land in question tr,
HuFSinnnn as far back ns May 13, 189S,
nlso denied that tho consideration for
Its conveyance was Inadequate.
Judgo Wilder found thnt tho mort
gago was cancelled when not In default
and having ten yenra to run before ma
turity. Ho adjudged tho deed of con
veyance fraudulent, and ordered It set
aside nnd declared null nnd void.
Carl Smith and J. W. Cathcart for
plaintiffs; A. S. Humphreys for defen
dants. Monday, April 2.
A icqtilbtlou will bo presented by
the Executive to the Council ot State
this, afternoon for $20,000 to pay tho
expenses of tho Court of Claim"). Of
this amount $13,000 will bo for pay ot
Commissioner and subordinate oill
cers, nnd $5,000 for pay of counsel by
tho Attorney Gencrui's department, all
according to this schedule.
Five Commissioners, 510 a day each;
t It ton Inspcctnis, $5 :i day each; one
Janitor nnd Messenger, $10 a month.
Counsel for Attorney General, $.",00 rc
tnlulug fee nnd $7 for ueh cnao ad
judicated. The Minister of the Iiuerlor was au
thorized by the Executive Cotiujil trt
awnrd the contract for laying the K-wer
pipe to Vincent & Helv e at their .en
der of $111,500,112. This is $33,S00.uS
lower than tho highest bid, by Victor
Hoffman, nnd $21,993.02 higher than
the lowest bid, by Schmidt & Dlakf,
who asked for ten months to complcto
the woik. It Is the matter of titan thut
aitscil the disci lmlnalloii. Tho Cabi
net hnd received n struni; letter fiom
the Hoard of Health, urging tho utmost
expedition in having the sewerage
completed. There aro r,'ime, however,
who assert that tho pumping mnclilu
ry will be far behind tho plpo laylt.t,
The Council decided to nsk tho Coun
:I1 of Stnto foi $2f00 ,'or tiirther main
tenance of rcllif rnmpi No. 1 nnd 2.
Henry Korhc'a petition for nncais of
salaiy for custom houso scrvlco was
clcgntcd to the LngU'uturc.
The petition of iOO or 900 Japnnesj
for rimlsslcn of peisutiul taxes, on ni'
ount of their reduce 1 circumstances
'hrnugli sanitary flics, was, under nn
iplnloii of the Attorney General, do
Idcd to he Impobslble ':f gi anting on
mount (f th? pi i scut !.iw on tho sub
lect und the hu It of pow.ir of tho Coun-
II ot State to nimml tin" law.
Wulncf dny, April -I.
The Cumuli of State (.oni'alttro lo
whli h was lefeirtd tho appropriation
for the Court of Clninw In their icpoit
fo the CouiKil will critlciso tho np-
ointments made by President Hole
ind will ipcominrml a mwrlnl cuttlm;
down of the amount asked for In tho
bill. It Is understood tlwv will reeom -
menu appropriating for ci, tinsel for tins
government the lump sum of S2500 In-
stead of a retaining feo Jt ?J0U and an
additional feo of $7 for each
use as dctei mined upon by the Kee-t-Mvc.
The commlttco believes there will
bo nt least 2,000 rases which would
bring tho cost ut fees up to $11,001).
They will recommend a reduction lu
tho pay to each member of the Court
from ?$10 n day to $! n flay, and u re
duced scale of payment for stenogra
phers, clerks, janitors, etc.
Monday, April 2.
Tho Oahu Railway & Land Company
today gnvo a contract to Cotton Broth
ers & Co., contractors for United
States harbor works now In progress,
to construct a wharf on tho company's
property. Tho wharf Is to bo 400 feet
long by CO feet wide.
Thanks to tho careful nnd broad
minded consideration given Act 4,
.linking nppropilntloun from tho Loan
Fund, by tho Commlttco un Intel lor
Department, tho prospects for nggres
slvo public work throughout the Isl
ands aro particularly brilliant. With
Minister Young conducting his nftlcc on
tho principle thnt IcgUlutUo appropri
ation indicates that the work shall be
carried to completion as promptly ns
possible tho pcoplo have good reason
to anticipate a period of progress In the
construction of roads, bridges, wharves,
water works, etc., thut will bo In keep
ing with tho Bplrlt and necessities of
tho time. Tho reasons which led tno
Executive Council to tall to recognize
tho demands of tho outside districts
It Is not necessary to discuss. Tho
Council ot Stato committee has gone
over tho situation nnd evolved u bill
that will meet tho approval ot tho tax
payers nt all districts.
In going over the commit tea's rcpoit
pilntcd exclusively by tho Iltillotln, It
appeals that the following increase
has been mado for each Item named.
Honolulu Harbor $100,0on
Hllo Wlinrf 20,000
Hllo Sowers 44,000
Hllo Post Ofllco 8,003
Hllo Streets 15,000
Hllo Homestead Roads 10,000
Knumnna and Olaa Rondu .... 25,000
South Kona Ronda 17.000
North Kona Roads 12,000
North Kohala Roads 1 ,500
Homaktia Roads 18,000
North Hllo Road-, 10,000
Walluku Drldge 10,000
Hana Roads 20,000
Mnknwao Roads 6,000
Kauai Roads 15,000
Hllo Water Works 12,000
Walluku Water Works 4.000
Lahalnn Water Works 10,000
Knunl Water Works S00
Decrease Puna road Item
Net lucrenso for othor Isl
Nuuanu Water System 90,000
Pumping Plnnt nnd Plpo .... 50,0;i)
Additional Water Pipe 70,000
Decrease Honolulu Tug .... CO.OOO
Net Increase for Oahu ....$153,000
Total lucrenso urged for com
mlttco for nil islands ... $.v),300
To this total Increase of $509,300 for
public work on nil tho islands may bo
ndded $23,000 for tho hospital for In
curables which should bo considered
ns ii general territorial Item, making
tho total Increase to tho appropriations
from tho Loan Fund TL..1 1,300.
It is apparent from this statement
thnt tho committee has followed the
wiso prlnclplo thnt what Is woith do
ing Is worth doing well. Thin old
story ot making appropriations known
to bo Insufllclent to cirry public work
to completion should bo relegated to
the wustcbaskct along with tho numer
ous mistakes ot the public works de
partment, ot which tin least said the
Thero is not n slnglo Increased Item
of expenditure reported by tho eoni
mittea that the Council of State ton
nfford to stilko out. Hawaii starts in
on Its new career with u bonded Imlcbt
cdness of less than a million dollars.
In view of tho deniimU made by th"
development of tho Island i the addi
tion of another million will not burden
tho taxpayers; It is in fact tho best In
vestment tho people can mnko.
Fndny, March C.
Thero was tho very satisfactory at
tendance of thirty ladles at tho moot
ing of tilQ Dlieetors of tho Frco Kin
dergarten and Children's Aid Associa
tion this morning.
Dirtcicnt reports show the various
ktndcrgaitcus opening up very well af
ter quniantluo und 11 ro dlsni range
monts. Many of them have had to opn
within tho relief cnnips. Outsldo of
tut so tho P.ilamn school shows the
largo attendance cf CO, and the Portu
gueso Hehool ubout tho same number.
The ladles expressed their gratltudi.
to the Tiimtees of tho Queen's Hos
pital for the veiy gcneious tt. atnicni
rocclw'd all theko yeais whllo occupy
ing titiceu Emma hall.
Miss Margaret Hopper irslgucd the
ofllco of HJiretaiy, and Mis. A. IJ.
Wood was elected In her place,
The Ways nnd Means committee had
an (nrotiiRKlnt; leport on tho Castle
Home fur Children. They had received
very Kcncrnus supnoit from tho com -
inanity. Theio aie three chlldicn now
In tho Institution, nnd n number of up-
' pllrnuts for admission. Tho meeting
passed on n set of regulations for tho
Wi'dne-day, April 4.
Tho coroner's Innuaat In ro tho
death of Peial, Hnwnliin, was held at
tho police station last evening. Tho
verdict tendered was to the effect that
tho said Poal came to ills death from n
knife wound Inflicted by Charles
Downing. Tho preliminary hearing of
tho case Is set for Thuisday uext.
Thur.iday, April 5.
Tho former sergoant-at-arms of the
Sonato went up to tho ofllco of thn
Chief Justice- In tho government build
ing this forenoon nnd removed there
from the sign that '.ins ,n long marked
tho entrance. This was dono prepara
tory of tho occupancy of the ofllco by
the Court of Claims.
M(3 i,KJ0o'J!iiju. ElSISjaJSJaj'SiiS 5EJ3A. li
i Board of flcalili Woik
For the Week
ttm uHfflHEijsrtPjr EsraraisjaraiBJ naait i
Friday, Mnich fi.
At a meeting of tho board of Health
yesterday afternoon thero wcro pres
ent the following: President Wood,
Dr. Dny, F. J. Lowrcy, Oijo. W Smith
F. M. Hatch, Dr. Emerson nnd Execu
tive Olllccr Garvin.
The meat supply for tho leper fictile
ment wnB brought up for discussion
An effort will be made to use entitled or
preserved meats In tho phu-o of fush
meat at tho settlement. The matter
was left In the hands of tho cxccutlvo
Dr. Wood rend a communication
from Dr. Hoffmann stating thn. the
death ot Frank Peroutka, suicide, was
In no way due to tho plague.
A. V. Gear of tho Council or State
was present nt tho meeting nnd, In re
lation to tho matter of a purchasing
agent for tho Hoard ot Health, stated
that tho committee hiving the matter
In hand had consulted with Dr. Wood
nnd F. M. Hatch nnd that tho question
hnd then been referred to W. F. Allen.
The Council had discussed the mat
ter but had arrived nt no conclusion.
The opinion of tho Hoard of Health
was nwalted. Mr. Gear recommended
some good business mnn for thn posi
tion. Dr. Wood read a communication
from tho Minister of tho Interior stat
ing thnt tho action ot tho Executive
Council was favorable to allowing the
Inmates of tho drill shed camp to re
main In their present quarters till May
Petitions wcro then read from tho
Hawnllans nnd Japanese, nt tho Kallhi
detention camp asking to bo allowed
to remain there. To send them nwny
would bo to render them homeless.
Uoth petitions wero referred to the
Next enmo the reading of tho follow
ing letter from tho ilnanco committee
of tho Hoard of Health:
"I beg to report, on behalf of your
Flnnnco Commlttco, that five, payrolls,
dated January 31st, 1900, amounting lo
$3,47 1.S5, appear to havo been paid by
warrants 1(10. lfil nnd 170. dated Feb
ruary Cth, 1900, without having hvtn
previously submitted to this committer
for audit. Tho cnnimltUo believes
these payrolls to bo rorriwt, but con
siders It important to mention to you
this Informality, which affords nn In
stance of the difficulty ntteudliig tho
efforts of thn committee to Hy hfioro
tho Hoard accurate statements of thoi.
expenditure In the mupiitIou f th
bubonic plague, nnd to frmiiq loi lieu
estimates ot probable reqiittoiueii i.'
Tho request of W. ('. I'ea.-ock & f'u
to make shipments of Ameiic.in bottlr t
beer packed In Honolulu to th' other
districts of tho Island, was granted.
Dr. Emerson, chairman of tho com
mittee ot tho Hoard on public morgue
reported that tho jonitulUeo recom
mended that tho Executive Council bo
requested to nsk tha Council of Stnt
to appropriate $5,000 for tho purpose
of erecting and maintaining u morgut .
The Hoard concluded to nsk for f lrt,i-ii
Tho commltteo's report was accepted.
After the Introduction ot the follow
ing resolution by F. M. Hutch nnd tho
adoption of thn same, tho Bo.ud ad
journed: Resolved, That In tho opinion of the
Hoard of Health, tho Hoard having
visited nnd Inspected tho premises, till
that tract of land situated south of
Oahu prison between tho two roads
through iwilcl nnd Kahololo.i, com
monly covered by water and forming
a pond, Is deleterious to thn public
health In conscqucneo of b'ing Im
properly drained, und that said pond
constitutes n nuisance, nnd Is a source
ot filth and cnuso of sickness. And
that tho Hoard of Health vecouuncniiu
that said pond bo filled to the grndo of
said roads, nnd that this resolution In
icpoitcd to the Minister ol the interim.
President Dole reported to tho Cnbl
nit this morning tho receipt ot n tc
port by the local medical faculty t n
water llltiatlon which had been adopt
ed by tho Hoard of Health.
A letter was read lioni Dr. Wood
legal ding tho condition ot cattle t;n
Kauai, mid ot mules nt Olaa planta
tion, Hawaii, particulars In Inr fur
nished In eiiclusuics fiom Dr. Waa
hop and Dr. Eliot lcspectlvely. 'Hi
communications were lcftiicii to tiii
Government vcteiliuiry buiqcuu lo.
examination and icpoit.
A communication fiom tho Wilde
Steamship Co. gavo a list of irip'' mini'
j by the Lchun to Molokal, Lautii nnd
Maul under tho subsidy, anl tho mut
ter of pa.st bills for the scmmu wis I it
to the diiK.utIon of tho Min.sur of llu
W. 1. Hall wan grant -d have to
(Imngc the location of hu liquor saloon
from Kiihulul to Wniluku. An appll
t at luu of Luvejuy A: L'o. to maUa th'
jiioic, under their liquor deal
I llcti.se, was kit to tho Judgment of the
Minister of tho Interior.
I Mr. Young rend a communication
from Vliuent &. llclsar offeili",', nndei
ceitaln conditions, 10 construct Ihe
house lateral scweis from tho piopeny
lino to connect with iho hmi.ie plumb'
lng. Tho Minister stated tl.ut hi wnii
confer with the plumbcis on the mat
ter. It was left to his dls2)(itlo:i by tho
Hxecutlvo, tlio proposition being ap
proved. Attorney Georgo A. Davis of tho
Court of Claims called in at this ofTleu
today nnd In tho cour3tf of n couverba
tlon, nui do the statement, that ho had
already sent In his resignation m order
thnt tho government might not bo em
barrassed. "You see, It Is UiIj wuy,"
said Mr. Davis. "I havo been appointed
as a member of tho Court of Claims
nnd If tho government wants mo still
to act In such n capacity, I am right
thero. However, should the govern
ment feel In any way embarrassed by
my membership, they may act on my
resignation at onco."
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The BULLHTIN offers to tin- per
ons who, between February ist nnd
luty 31st, shall send in the largest
tumber of new subscribers, the fo!
owing prizes :
it Prize Cleveland Kicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
0 cliooje between mode's go, qt and 04 of
he loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 Is
1 roau racer, w eight 20 pounds. Model 93
4 a light road whrel, weighing 2 lbs ,and
4odel 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
he blcvcle to be selected from the stock
.f the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. sgents
'or Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
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Models, should the winner of 1st prize b
tnd Prize, Singer 8ewin Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
wtween these thrre stvles of machines:
:hatwlth oscillating shuttle and top cover,
:nat with vlbtatlng shuttle and cabinet
op, both five-drawer machines, or the
Automa-lc," with three drawers. This
nachlne will be furnished by B. Bcr
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8rd Prize, Prcmo Senior Camera,
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The Premo, Sr., has Double' Swing
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Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
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Ith Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is -the loudest and most natural
'alklng machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrjtetrom
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The following conditions of the contest
nust be observed :
t. All subset Iptlons must be prepaid at
east three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
lons will be counted In this contest as
tew subscriptions. Each name must be a
iona fide addition to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent In ns
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.he subscriber. Great care should betaken
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During the continuation of the contest
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Friday, April C.
Thero Is no phiKiio at Makao, In tho
District of Koolau, on tho other side
of the island. A report was received nt
tho Hoard of Health otflco from Dr.
Carter of Makao lato yesterday after
noon to tho effect that two suspicious
eases had mado their nppearanco nt
that place. Arrangemcnta for a spe
cial train wero mado immediately nnd
Hxectttlvo Officer Oarvln nnd Dr.
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"Wo did not find n single suspicious
symptom nnd Immediately authorized
the removal ot tho Kuard holding thr
phicp in ijuarantlno.
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