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Board of Healili Work
For the Week
Monday, April 9.
Tho Hoard ot Health lnrrte In spe
cial session nt 2 o'clock this afternoon
to consider a letter just received from
Dr. Mooro of Hilo, which declares that
at a meeting held April 2d It wuu ofll
clally declared that Hllo wan ii clean
port and desires to remain so. To this
end the health agents ot Hllo demand
that no more goods bo shipped from
Honolulu to tho port uf Hllo.
Tho district, says tin report, Is In
no straits for goods as pcopls In Hono
lulu Intimate; thero are plenty of
goods In Hllo for all nnd will be, as
ships come thcro regular!) from the
Dr. Mooro closes hid letter to the
Board of Health with iheso words:
"Tho town of Hlla and the district
thereof 1b with us anJ wo wish this to
bo understood; It this movement of
ours Is not allowed by tho Hoard of
Health of Honolulu, for protection to
ourselves and community, then wo, as
a body, will no longer act as ngents uf
the Hoard of Health."
Tho meeting this afternoon will con'
sldcr exclusively tho hllo do
termination and will probably be n
long one. Minister Cooper will prob
ably not bo present as business ends
Tuesday, April 10.
Dr. C. B. Wood, president, Dr. F. It.
Day, Goo. W. Smith and F. J. Iowrey
constituted tho meeting of tho Boaid
of Health yesterday afternoon. Dr. 0.
L. Garvin, medical expcutlvn officer,
Tho president brought up u request
of Japanese merchants for Jeavo to ship
tiakti and sol to tho other Islands. Also
their request to bo allowed to Import
merchandise from .Tupnu. since no
plague had been repoi ted for sixty dayi
In that country.
Air. Lowrcy was opposed to shipping
goods to ports on other islands, whuro
thcro were no facilities for fumigation.
Mr. Smith, among other reasons for
deferring action, mentioned tho pub
lished statement that Surgeon General
Wyman had rccommcndei! that tho
United States take chargo of qua an
tlno In Hawaii.
Dr. Day, on tho Importation question,
said tho physicians In Japan wcro
anxiously waiting to hco whether
plaguo might not break out again with
the coming ot summer.
Mr. Smith moved, Mr. Lowrcy sec
onded nnd It carried uniulmously, that
permission to ship sake nnd sol be re
fused. Tho president reportsd u conversa
tion with Sam. Parker about tho Molo
kal cattle contract. It was decided to
accept Mr. Parker's tender, tho con
tractor having agreed to aid the Board
In trying to get moro favorable carry
ing rates from "Wildcr's Steamship Co.
A letter was received from tho Hllo
health committee by Dr. Moore, secre
tary, remonstrating against tho possi
ble granting of permission of travel to
tho Island of Hawaii from Honolulu be
fore twenty-ono days elapsed slnco tho
appearance of n plaguo caso In any part
of Honolulu. They also stated that
thcro was no lack ot provisions there.
If their wishes wero disregarded the
agents of tho Board forming tlto com
mittee would resign their commissions.
In tho discussion that followed con
sideration wns given to tho principle of
flclf-prcservntlon which might reason
ably bo adopted by any community
Dr. Wood held that, whllo it was
competent for tho Hllo agents or ieo
plo to speak for their own district re
garding tho supply of necessaries, they
had no right to assumo tho representa
tion of olher districts. That wns
whero troublo had arisen before.
It was tho general senso of the meet
ing that tho letter was uncnllcd for.
' being recalled that the Hllo ngents
,ri after duo deliberation, Informed
tho Board that they would carry out
Dr. Wood submitted tho draft ot n
reply, which was adopted and handed
to Dr. Garvin for transmission by tho
Klnau that evening. .
Dr. Herbert entered tho room to ask
permission to drivo to Oahu plantation,
where he was called. Thcro was no
train convenient, and ho would ask to
have his tialn permit changed.
Dr. Wood said tho people down
country wcro very strongly opposed
to having any animals from Honolulu
admitted to their torrltory. They had
so declared themselves at a mecetlng.
On Dr. Herbort volunteering to wash
his horse- In tho Moanalua stream en
tho way down, tho desired permit was
granted and tho doctor went out happy.
A letter was read from Mr. Zumv'alt
regarding a certain lot of sugar in
warehouse) at Knhulul, and tho presi
dent gavo n history of tho matter.
Thero was an understanding with Dr.
Carmlchncl, U. S. M. II. 8., on tho mat
ter, of which probably Mr. Zumwalt
was not ownro.
Tho president read n letter with
resolution enclosed from all tho agents
ot sugar plantations on this Island,
giving tho Board "Holl Columbia" for
alleged dereliction ot duty in the mat
ter of travel on this Island, and offer
ing suggestions for reforming its prac
tices nnd methods. Dr. Wood stated
that, In tho nbsenco of a Board meet
ing, ho had answered tho letter on Sat
urday afternoon, nnd now submitted
his answer. Ho referred sarcastically,
In reading tho sugar men's letter, to
their invention of tho trm "prophy
lactic passes." His action was on mo
A letter -was read from II. P. Bald
win, of tho Knhulul sanitary commit
tee, announcing that, as thirty-seven
days had elapsed stneo n caso ot plague
appeared thero, tho pott of Kahulul
had been declared open. At tho samo
tlmo none of tho preventive regula
tions would bo relaxed. Tho letter
gavo Eomo particulars of what tho
committer) was doing,
Mr. Smith stated that J P. Cooke of
Alexander He Baldwin hnd naked him to
present tho matter of a fumigating
plant for Maul. It was voted to In
struct tho Maul commltlLO how to
transfotm portnblo forges Into fumlga
tois. A report from Dr. Hoffmann was
read, giving tho results of experiments
with plaguo bacilli on Japanese food
stuffs. Dr. Nichols asked permission to send
four mules from Wright's pasture to
Wuhlawn, which was granted subject
to the prescribed conditions.
Dr. Pratt, sanitary building Inspec
tor, reported his Inspection of the old
Chlntso theater, which ho found In
bad condition. He described altera
tions required to mako It permissible
for n warehouse. Accepted .
John Hind, agent ot tho Board nt
Kohala, reported satisfactory work of
Inspection by O. P. Tulloch, nt an ex
pense, of $75. Tho bill was ordered
paid when presented on n proper
Alexander & Baldwin nsked for ner-
I mission to ship Manila cigars to Kahu
lul. Cigars havo been allowed shp
ment from bonded warehouse, but not
from private stores. As permission to
ono firm, however exceptional tho rea
sons presented, would chnngo tho rule,
tho application was laid on the table.
Tho president read n report from
Dr. Hoffmann on recovered 'plaguo pa
tients, to the effect that nil, excepting
tho latest ono In hospital, wcro frco
from the communlcablo after effects of
tho disease. It was decided to grant
them their liberty on n cert i lie;' to from
Another report from Or. Hoffmann
was n bacteriological one on soils from
tho "burnt district Bacteria wero
found, but none ot plague. Tho report
proved that tho ground was not steri
lized. Tho same doctor also reported
on cultures of plague bacilli tried on
Jnpnncso foodstuffs. Tho result showed
they would not live In articles pre
served In ncldulatcd liquids. Their
llfu was retained In dry articles, on
which experiments wcro not conclu
Dr. Wood's comment on this report
wns that disinfection was only requir
ed of tho outsldo of packages uf arti
cles that proved lmmuno ngnlnct cul
tures. An application for scrum from Kwa
had to bo refused, as tho Board's sup
ply Is low. It was told tho messenger
that If it wns for lntendlni passengers
to tho Mainland, Dr. Carnilchnel would
attend to tho treatment of the appli
An application for certain fuvois, In
cluding opium for habitual usern, was
received from Chlneso nt tho Knllhl
detention camp. Dr. Garvin told of his
refusing opium nt tho Punchbowl camp,
referring tho nppllcnnts to the city
physician. This course wns taken with
tho present request, nnd till the other
matters wcro referred to the Kxeoutlve
A request for an additional nurho at
Mnlulanl hospital nt Wnlluku was
Mr. Smith moved, seconded by Dr.
Day, that all tho furniture, medicines,
etc., nt Kal I hi camp dispensary bo re
moved to tho now government dispen
sary In Miller street. Carried.
M. IV. McChcsney & Sons requested
permission to ship flour apd grain from
their warehouse to tho other islands
nftof subjection to hot air fumigation.
They did not consider it fnlr to be
submitted to disadvantageous competi
tion with other firms engaged in ship
ping business who transferred similar
merchandise from ships to island
bteuuierB. Dr. Wood sold this was tho
question nlrendy often threshed out.
It wus simply n question of removing
all restrictions. Foodstuffs particularly
attracted rats. Tho application was
An application to ship ten In origin
al packages, from tho samo firm, was
likewise laid on tho table.
O. A. McDonald was granted permis
sion to send u horse to Wahnnnalo on
complying with conditions.
Dr. Pratt reported n vllo condition ot
certain premises nt Iwllcl, in tho neigh
borhood of whero plague appeared, and
It wns voted to glvo tho owners and
lebsees forty-eight hours' notice to put
tho places in good sanitary condition.
An application from Chinese, mer
chants for remission of duties on ilco
shipped hero for rcrllcf or tho destitute
wns referred to tho Government.
Dr. Wood stated that ho learned, on
board the U. 8. transpoit Grant, that
thero wns no plaguo at San Francisco
when that ship left. Also, ho remark
ed with plcasuio that tho day was
Monday, and no plaguo had been re
ported In Honolulu for'nlna days,
Adjourned nt 4;4T.
Following is a summary of tho letter
ot tho agents of tho Bontd of Health
nt Hllo to tho Board and tho Mould's
Tho Hllo agents of tho Hoard, ns wns
stated In yesterday's Bulletin, wioto a
dictatorial lottcr to tho Board. They
prescribed a fifteen days' quarantlno
In Honolulu until tho plaguo was
twenty-ono days out of tho capital, and
dictated that no freight could bo land
on In Hllo except that slMcd In the
freight list ni ranged for In January.
The letter concluded by caving:
"The town ami district of Hllo is
with us, and wo wish this to bo under
stood, If this movement ot ura is not
allowed by tho Board of Honolulu, for
protection to ourselves aud community,
than wo ns n body will act no longer as
tho ngents of the Hoard of Htolth."
Whllo membors of tho Hoard wcro
making remarks on tho letter nt yester
day's meeting, President Wood draftol
tho following reply, which wns ndopt
cd: "W. L. Mooic, Secretary uf the Hllo
Sir: Tho regulations adopted by
tho Board of Health havo been formu
lated after careful consideration, nnd
npply to all parts of Hnwall net, Hllo
Included. The agents of tho Board ap
pointed In the different diatticts of the
Islands were instructed when appoint
ed that they wero to act for tl o Board
of Health In carrying ou: llu regula
tions nnd ncccptcd the appointments
,i.n una nii.KiHiunniiig. iicn tho
tlmo comes that (he .iimiis uf in
boald iiiuso to cany oiu nutiu Huns
f l oin this ofllco. the iloi. 1 , ,, i j
lunger iccofiiilrt such agents us n. unj
for the Uonitl."
In the Poilt-o Court yesterday morn
Ing tliu following cass wnu u 3 I
of: Francisco Mitil.o ihi1i ,,
mals, $: nnd costs, Jas. U Mally an 1
Urccubug, affiay, ?5 md nut,-, 1I103
McGuIro, vagrancy, CO iliy- .la no
.Smith, Bame chaige, four months, Vir
gin Medclros, malicious injury, m i
pros'd; II. F. hudwig, .idlnj wltho'it
a light, nollo pros'd; Johr. Firms,
malicious Injury, nollo pros'd; -f
cases of drunkenness, usual line.
Wednesday, April 11
Not the slightest Imprest-Ion has
been made upun tho position ot the ,
Bxccutlvo Counvil by tho bombard
ment of tho Council of State. The
Exccutlvo will, at nil events, n Its
flag this afternoon from tho summit uf
the same kopjo an was assailed by the
StaadtholdctH yesterday afternoon, it
Is not n Hag of doflanco and, nggrca
slon, however, but an ensign In-Ucallng
simply that tho garrison Is holding the
works nnd has no Idea that it can bo
dislodged by tho besiegers.
Minister Mott-Sraith talked , freely
this morning of the, Government's po
sition In tho controversy. Speaking of
tho attitude of tho Council of State,
the Minister of Foreign Affairs said:
"Are they satisfied with tho Cotut
of Claims that President McKtnley has
formed? If they are not, 'then tho
Executive Council cannot go beyond
whnt Prcbident McKlnley ban ordered.
They appear to bo going on tho as
sumption that It was a mere board of
npprals-cru that was contemplated,
whose Judgments on claim:- would
havo to bo paid by appropriations nf
the Council of State. Thin view can
not be borne out by tho correspond
ence. "Pn-sldent Dole wrote to President
McKlnley on January 21, four days af
ter tho great lire, saying, after giving
a statement of facts which you do not
want to repeat:
"'It nas been deemed ndvisablo by
tho Exccuttvo Council that immediate
measures bo taken for providing the
machinery nnd funds for Investigating,
fixing and paying tho damages caused
by tho nctlon of tho Board of Health In
destroying buildings ana goods. The
following resolution was passed by tlint
"'Voted, That President Dolo
wrlto to President MoKlnley by tho
outgoing steamer requesting him
to provide a Court of Claims of flvo
persons to adjudicate all claims
connected with tho recent burnings
ordered by tho Board of Health or
Incident thereto, and that' this
Government bo authorized to
spend up N $500,000 for tho pny
ment of these claims when adjudi
cated.' "'If you shall-consider thls'nctloti
favorably It will bo desirable that mich
Court bo authorized to adjudlcnto such
claims finally and bo, given exclusive
Jurisdiction in tho matter' -
"In reply to this letter the following
telegram was received:
" 'Washington, D. C, Feb. '9, 3900
President Sanford U. Dole, .Honolulu.
Tho Presineut approves you appoint
ing flvtj persons to tako evldcnco of
losses caused by tho burning of China
town in Honolulu and to mako awards
or judgments on such losses to bo paid
out of appropriation niado by tho Ha
waiian Council of Stat in conformity
with Hawaiian laws.
"And this letter from Secretary Hay
confirms tho telegram."
Tho loiter is dated Washington, Feb
ruary 17, and simply confirms, nnd re
peats tho text of tho telegram.
"I consider Mr. Jones thoroughly
patriotic," tho Minister continued,
"and caincbtly desirous of having noth
ing but tho right tlon. Still, his nn-
sltlun is inconsistent. Yesterday he
said that all the losses should bo paid,
and in tho next breath declared that
if tho legality of tho Board of Health's
nctlon wcro questioned ho would havo
nothing to do with tho matter. Thcsa
sentiments I hold to bo utterly Incon
sistent with each other.
"If tho Hoard of Health committed
no Illegal act thcro Is no legal claim
ngaliint tho Government. Hemcmber,
though, that tho Executive- has as
sumed no position that would bar
claimants from seeking compensation
through other channels thnn tho
Court of Claims.
"Tho Idea of paying all claims Is un
tenable It would fchako tho credit of
the roiuitry to Its center. Tho Japan
ese mo actually claiming $100 npleco
for 1 very Japuneso servant from the
burn- district. They have told two of
my own servants to put in claims for
Mr. Mott-Sralth Bpoko of tho diffi
culty, tho Impossibility Indeed, ot ac
curately valuing tho losses of lease
holders. Thero was n possibility tbnt
tho loss upon a leaso, from being shut
out of Its benefits between tho burning
nnd tho rebuilding, would bo moro
than compensated in tho betterments
nrlslng from the changes of conditions
caused by tho fire.
It is interesiing 1o watch
the artist at work in King Bros.'
Hotel street window, where
evidences of his skill are al
ways in view. Special orders
for menu cards and oiher art
work solicited. KINti BROS.,
110 Hotel street.
Mr. Charles L. Wight, president of
Wlldor's Steamship Company, is ac
cepting congratulations today upon his
engagement of marrlago with MIs
Llta Wilder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John K. Wilder.
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lnl Antonyms, lexicon Jl foreign phra-cs, "dic
tionary of aborcvlatlora, colored plan, etc.,
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lTh Wcrotf Cttar-ny I theraiiMy illt l J-Kdiw .
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containing all thenecosjry esentlals for
ahomesteidand where healthful clima'e
and picturesque scenery ar: In the midst
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with ImproveJ ground, planted with
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The acrcaj-e of 45.64 acres In fee simple
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The celebrated Wahkeakua (Water of
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F01 further Information apply to J. H.
Boyd, Interior Department.
Honolulu, March 2S, 1000. 402-tf
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Notice is hereby given that the
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before that date.
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ijoi-wi Yacht and Boat Builder.
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Dining my nbsenco 'rom tlip Hawa
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