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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU. H. I., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1901.
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CI". PtURX1 JOIIS MATTIItWHA"!
Peterson & Matllicwman,
COUNSLLLOITs AT LAW
P.O. tlo x
i) KAAIIUMAM' ST
GEO. A. DAVIS '
-- GEO. D. GEAH
DAVIS & GEAR
tttarneyi and Councilors at Law
Rooms 302, 203, 102, JudJ Building.
Cor. Fort and Merchant SU.. Honolulu
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney and Counsellor at
Oaae: In the Occidental Hotel,
amier of King and Alakea Streets,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any styls
Framed Pictures for salt.
New Mouldings for Frames hat
King and Alapai streets,
NearHmolulu Stock Yards.
Mfio TELLPIIONE 86q
PO. BoxofSi. Til.o,
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
CS Hotel St., Nctip Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, Mioicm.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temporary Offlct: Rocn f cpatalra Sprack.la balll
lit Tl. ,,
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clethlnt; Ctin,d, Dai aid Repaired
-suits made toorder-
WFlt guaranteed. 9Lotit Pike.
Fort Strwt, ntir Kukul, ini nar Orpheum Theater,
4V Prices: CImMbj one suit. Si; Dye In j: suit $j so.
A FlNI ASiORTMtNT of Ammican, EnautHAND
Scotch CLoth on Hand
Mo. ji Nuutau strttt, Honolulu, H.
C4 work u4 flrit-cUti fll crattMcl
Clethtt Clnd and Ra'f4
Eeal Estate and Insaranca.
LIE'B and FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
Mew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
jEtna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Parflcnlar attaatloa ftTta to pur cbaa. ant uli at
Knallu Sor.r Slock.
Una NafoUatad. laiUn aa Poralfa Block,
408 California St.,
8an Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mem bar ol Hawallao Stock Eicnanf t.
Mclneruy Block, Fort Btroet.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Broke:
Maaber ol the Hooolnla Stock Eacfaaata.
Office Queen stroot, opposite Unioi
T.I.gbfiaa soft TO Ri
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
Mits, Pins, and an extensive variety
404H FORT STflEET.
Toung St,, bet, Alapai & Kaplolanl Sts.
Xcwly furnished rooms with board,
Also table board. Telephone n7 Blue.
V W. THRUM
30 DM NO. 10, HFREGKKU3 BLOCK
F aUtlon Work a Specialty.
Drs, Myers and Sinclair
Succeed Drs. Howard
W. T. MONSARRAT, V. S.,
TAKES DOUBLE DUTIES
Gleam of Hope for Hawaii's Afflicted
People-President Raymond Sug
gests Radical Changes in Dis
posal of Charge, etc.
Dr. Raymond, president; Attorney
General Dole, Dr., Emerson, deo, W.
Smith, Dr. Cooper and K. J. Lowroy
constituted the meeting of the Board of
Health yesterday nfternoon. Dr. Prnt-,
executive officer; Chas. Wilcox, secre
tary, and A. V. Juild and V. M. Brooks,
attorneys for different parties, were In
ni.nn.nl r. Jlyors was np-
of Vacant pointed city physician on
OIII:ch Inside uork. and Dr. Sin
clair on outdoor ork, at $100 n montli
Dr. W. T. Monsarrnt, V. S., was tint
only applicant for the office of meat In
spector -and ctcrlnnrlan. Thero wcro
formerly two Incumbents at (MO nii'l
J123 a month respectively, but there Is
now to he only one at 1200. On motion
Dr. Monsarrat was appointed.
Burying Tno nla,tcr ' burials
of the In city cemeteries camn
Dead up. Mr. Dolo said If thil
rule to hury six feet deep were enforc
ed there would be no fear of one body
belne burled above another. There wa
talk of erratic wording In the amended
resolution to require that all burials In
the city after January 1 should bo un
der special permits. The matter was
laid over till next meeting.
Tho Attorney General read n draf
of burial regulation to apply to out'
Mr. Lowroy observed that the Tearl
City cemetery was not In the district
of Kona. and according to the proposed
regulation permits for burial therein
should bo Issued by tho health agent !n
nwa district. This would he Incou
venlcnt for people In Honolulu burying
their dead there.
The president thought It would bo
well to make a special rule for the
small Islands of Nllhau and Lanai
whero thero were no resident physi
cians. There were responsible men on
those Islands on whom the rcsponsl
blllty of preventing suspicious burials
might bo placed. It was agreed that a
resolution would cover this matter.
Tho Attorney General's report was
Dr. Pratt reported the oacuatlorby
tenants of the Wlnani premises after
notice had been served.
Tenders for tho purchase of hides
from the Leper Settlement were open
edfrom the Metropolitan Meat Co.
at M4 cents and P. F. Porter at 5V4
cents. The latter was accepted.
Asiatic Prlvato Secretary
EjjC Hawcs for Governor
Imports Dole wrote a letter of In
quiry about tho liability of Infection
from eggs packed In soil Imported from
It was stated that tho prohibitive
resolution of plague time against such
Importations had necr been rescind
ed. The president doubted If tho Board
had now the power, under American
laws, to prohibit tho importation of
anything. Ho asked the opinion of tho
Mr. Dole replied that ho had been In
formed that Dr. Carmlchael, chief
medical quarantine officer for tho port,
was surprised to know that such Im
portations had taken place. He would
suggest that the secretary communi
cate with Dr. Carmlchael on tho sub
ject. Asked as to whether tho Board
hart power to destroy articles prejudi
cial to tho public health, the Attorney
General said the power of tho Board
was limited by the necessity of any giv
Vnrlous P. W. Beckley, neprc-
Pctltlonn sentatlve elect to the
Considered Legislature, wanted per-
iLf. ' STOMACH
Manv reocle suffer from constleatlen.
This Invariably produces stomach, liver
and kidney disease. Constipation Is a
danRerous disease. Cure It with Hostet
ttr's Stomach Bitters. There Is nothing
better. It will not shock the sys'ein and
It positively cures, Indigestion, dyspepsia';
biliousness, malaria, fever and ague. Try
It. It may be obtained from any druggist.
See that n Private Revenue Stump
covers the neck of the bottle.
mission to accompany the Board upon
Its next visit to tho Leper Settlement.
A motion to grant the permission .was
modified to make- It Include n commit
tee of the Legislature, na the Board's
next visit would not be due until nftcr
tho Legislature had convened.
A petition of Theo. ltlchnrds to relax
or rescind the sanitary building regu
lations, with respect to detention camp
N'o. 2, pending connection with tho
sewers, was on motion refused.
Dr. Pratt submitted a scries of new
regulations for lodging houses, etc. He
also recommended that the Attorney
General should Issue' special police
commissions, to sanitary Inspectors.
Mr. Dole said the Issuing of special
police commissions was In the hands of
the High Sheriff. Tho recommenda
tions were accordingly changed, and
on motion adopted.
New Ideas President Raymond
of the suggested, as a recotn
President mendatlon to the Legis
lature, that the handling of garbage
should be let to prlvato contractors,
who ho thought could do tho work
moro economically and satisfactorily
than the Government. I'or one thing n
prlvato contractor might realize a
profit on somo of the material having
commercial value which is now de
stroyed. The same thing was suggest
ed with regard to the odorless excavat
ing service. Both services now cost an
aggregate of $4000 a month, less fees
collected for the use of the excavato"
amounting to $900. Of course the coot
would be reduced after tho sewerage
system was In operation.
Dr. Cooper asked If thero were mon
ey available to erect tho building for
tho garhago crematory.
Dr. Pratt answered In tho negative.
Thero was but $2000 left of the appro
priation. Dr. Emerson thought perhaps n con
tractor might be found to take over tho
garbago crematory plant. Otherwise
tho Government should be pushed to
proldo tho money In some way for a
building In which to Install and opei
atc the machinery. So much had been
expended on the crematory It ought
not be allowed to remain uncompleted
nny longer than possible. He moed .1
resolution In line with bis Ideas, but,
at the suggestion of tho Attorney Oen
creal, allowed It to go over one weeU
and havo tho president In tho mean
time confer with tho Governor nnd
mako further Investigations. Adopted.
Reports of various Board officials
were read and tiled. One from Dr. Hon
mann described experiments with hy
podermic Injections of Chulmoogas oil
upon leprous patients nt tho Kallhl re
ceiving station. These had begun on
October 4 last. After clinical details
Intelligible to tho profession the bac
teriologist sums tip with tho following
Hope In somc cases no
for the rising of tho tempo u-
Aftccted turo was at all notice
able. In others not regularly.
"No caso has, during this treatment,
developed any new outbreaks of tho
disease, a fact which would bo of great
Importance If It should be found trm
In prolonged treatment.
"In tubercular cases, especially the
worst looking ones, was a decided Im
"Tho tubercles aro smaller, tho skin
Is not any more so tenso and has re
cuperated Its elasticity.
"In all nerve cases tho treatment
was less noticeable, except that evety
person claimed to havo felt 'life' (as
they themselves termed It) In the
"Tho least effect was found on the
eruptions of the skin without tubercles,
only that, as stated above, an outbreak
of new eruptions has not been ob
served, "Tho tlmo elapsed since the begin
ning of this treatment at Kallhl receiv
ing station Is too short to allow any
thing elso than to express a hope to
prevent, by this treatment, a further
spreading of the disease and a regain
ing of the normal shape of the parts
which havo been disfigured by tho tu
bercles.' Good Tne president raado a
Inspection statement rclatlvo to re-
Service ports of sanitary Inspcc-
I MAGIC : headaches
II WAFERS 5; dressing.
'HU'WWtf.WtffA t r-nu oil dnwg-1-
K LARGE VARIETY OF BEDROOM SETS a
Parlor Rockers, Baby Carraiges, etc.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 840. NIGHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Fort St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and NIfiht Call. 849.
For catlng',drlnklng',a&d cooking,
runt, Dtuciocs, xctritiocs-
y. tVOUT HWUH
k mow bmh & co tm
Y Bfc.r'. CkecUt (UIWMlHri), tt Us MkM,
Q OnwaSwM4CknoUU.UIb.uln. Q
X ronaAta avLtAMnaaaooiaa. x
9, Walton Bakor&Oo. Ltd. 9,
Dorcketter. Mitt., U. S. A. X
tors, of changes In districts and careful
selection of men for the work, which
had resulted In placing the service on a
satisfactory footing. His action wa3
on motion approved.
On the plumbing Inspector's rcpoit
the president stated that Mr. Edwards,
the sanitary engineer, had Informed
him thero would shortly be thirty sew
erage connections made In Chinatown.
Dr. Spinoza's authority to sign .1
death certificate was referred to tho
executive officer for Investigation.
On a petition of Inmates of Kallhl
experiment station to havo Dr. Hoff
mann continue his new treatment. It
was voted that the doctor be so author
ized. Adjourned at 5:03.
FOR SATURDAY SADNESS
Dclegato Wilcox Is reported to have
Bcented a Job at Washington In the mat
ter of a site for a Federal building at
Honolulu. He mustn't waste his na
sal faculty on such flno work. Bcforo
any Job cf that kind could get to bo
very rank, the Board of Health heie
would catch the smell strong enough
to have the site condemned.
If we are going to have more volun
teer mllltta companies let them he tr
tlllery, nnd give them n monopoly of
keeping up a racket throughout all our
holidays. If we must have nolso to
mako us properly glad, let It bo scien
tifically produced, and with the prob
ability of a reduced casualty list.
Wo should not have been Impatient
for Improvement In mulo cars, tele
phones and electric lights. Tho cor
porations controlling these utilities
probably wanted to reserve a small
modicum of the glory of progress for
the twentieth century, Their consider
ation for the decrepit nineteenth cen
tury, with Its tremendous burden of
that sort of thing, is worthy of pathctt:
To get rid of the blues, redden th
countenance with useful exertion.
Pacific commerce expansion and
Honolulu harbor contraction are cor
relative facts, but the expansion aids,,
either get away with the contraction
or elso run away from It to more capa
cious havens. These can bo had for
the requisite expenditure and not much
less convenient of access than Hono
lulu. A word to the wise was In for
mer centuries considered sufficient.
Modern sanitation ought to bo tho
cheapest boon government can bestpw
upon a people, and when that condition
Is attained there should go with it this
other that violation of sanitary law
should be the dearest offense, next to
felony, that any of tho people might
No more beneficent policy could be
carried out by the majority In the first
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii, than the finishing up better than
It has been begun tho entire list of
public Improvements already planned.
A systematic tleadset for this end
would achieve- It and leavo tlmo to
spare for, setting on foot various new
schemes for the good of tho people.
H. WILLIAMS, Manager.
and Rattan Chairs, : ? M
Divans, Couches, etc.
Irchltects, Contractors and Bnlldert.
fobbing : Promptly : Attended ; To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Bite
Slort an! Odea Flttlot.
Plana and Eatlnataa FurnTshai.
Hotel Street, near Btmcki
H. L. KERR fe CO.,
Architects and Builders
v Rooat ii-it
:: PROGRESS BLOCK
Ota. W. Pat
P. W. Baardilaa
P. O. Bat Tit
BBARD8LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
1 Short Notice. 1441
OP ALL KINDS,
Dealers in Lumbor and Goal
Queen utreftt. Honolnln
l. F. BERTELMAN'S
't rtar of old stand, Entranca on King
ttt. Or'srt left at either shop, or offict,
t -'ol'.n NottV (tare, Kin street, will rr
'v promt:' ntlo'lno. mi-tf
Plumbers, Etc. '
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE HO. 31.
MOW Is the time to get leaks an
Breakage, wen to, ana
Roof 8 Put In Ord6
By competent woTtaao"',
W. H. DAtTM H W. IATI.
Honolnln Sbeet Metal Works
Gilvinlnd Iron Skylights and Yntlltttr.
Conductor Pip and Gutttr Work.
RlcbtJi Strati, bat. Qaaaa ant Mttckaat. ).
rJoitai proaptly attao4t4 to.-
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 8TG
Notice to Property Owners and Builders
' Mi to notify the Property Owners
and Buil-ers In general, that I am now
open for business In the Territory Stables
B'.r.'n, King St.. and am ready to give
ttgurss on an Kinas or piumoing ana sew
;ra?t work. A complete line alwas car
tied In s'.xk.
C. H. BROWN.
fiisplione Main 4S, Sanitary Plumber,
P. O. Box8n.
355 King St.
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superlntendlnt.
Electro-Hydraulic Power Transmission
REPORTS AND EOTIMATEB
FURNISHED. , . .
With Catton-Nell Co., Queen street. .
Offloa next to Pot.caoe. ltH
JAMES T. TAYLOR,
106 Jndd Block. Tal. 811.
Honolulu Iron Works Co
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
CHINERY ot every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repair
executed at shortest notice.
Wa. i. Iswi
liana eckelis m
HONOLULl B. I
Son franclieo Agenli The Nevada
National Bank of San Francisco.
San Francisco The Nevada Nations
Bank of San Francisco. . '
London The Union Bank of London
Nbw York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Bkrun Dreadner Bank,
HONKONO AND YOKOHAMA Honktng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nw Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Yancodtrr Bank o
British North America.
Trmact i Bnenl Batiu ulEicluieBuiMi
IMpoliU Recalred. Loant mad on At-
B roved Security. Commercial and TrtyeJtrl
redltt Iiinad. Bull of Exchange bowhl
OomoTioits Promttlt acooprtid To.
Transact ti General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Latters of Credit issuod, avail
ablo in all the principal cities
Interest allowed aftor July
1,1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notico 2 per cent., (this
form will not hoar interest
mil 088 it remains undis
turbed for ono month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months i.
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS. DEC. 11, 1811, 1111,117.1
Hone loaned on approved securttn,
A Savings Bank Xor monthly depoalta.
Houses built on the monthly Install,
Twentieth tserl ., of Stock la an
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Prat,
dent; 8. B. Rose, Vice President; a .
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secratarr.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, B. .
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Heara
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. .
Gray. W. L. Howard.
A. V. QEAJt.
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:101:10 x. m.
ItCSCP at GO.
...v Savings Deposits will bt
received and lnterett allowed by this
Bank at fonr and one-half per cent;
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may bo obtained on application,
Offloa at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP tt CO.
Tge fokjohaina Specie Bu
Subacrlbc4 Capital Yen .4,000,000
Paid Up Capital Ytn iI,ooo.om
Rastrvai Funl Ytn 1,1)0,000
Ht4 Oflct, Yokohama.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letter, ot Credit, and transact
a general banking business. .
Oa Ua4 Dtaotlt w 11 Bootta, iw Mat 1. a.
Cnia4DaB0ilt lot 6 , lit "
Oa FIsti Dtpoatt tor 1 aitt. 1
Branch of tht Yokohama Specla Bank,
get Republic Bnllim, ill llm El, Bonln
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
'Subscribers are furnished with from
five to six lists per week, giving an ac
curate record ot deeds, mortgages,
leases, releases, powers of attornr
etc., etc., which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 Pah
A. V. GBAR.
lafA Building, Honolulm.
ttdnaral Manage ot
Tht) lqpjUble Lift Assarinet Sociiiy
Ol tha United States tot tb. Hawaii
Oimi MtKihant atratt Her
M. PHILLIPS & 00.,
Wholaul Importers and Jobbats
fnropaan and American Dry to
go and Qneen Btieiti.
H. HAOKPELD k OO..LW
IENEHAL COMMISSION ABEITI,
Oar. Kor and Otieon Rr "r
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin