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EVENING DULT.ETIN, HONOLULU. It. T.. TUESDAY, FED. 5, 1001.
II UBS JH
Of Dr. Raymond, Presi
dent of Board of
ABOUT IWILEI CORRAL
Find That No Hawaiian Women Are
Registered Something About Gov
ernment Dispensary, Insane
The successful candidates of the In
dependent Home Hule party now In
caucus In the city, called on President
ttajmond nt his ofllce yesterday nfter
jioon to ask a number of questions
lilch they wanted answered In order
to be full) prepared when It enme to
the matter of appropriations for the
Heard of Health.
The nucstlotis were asked In Ilawa
ilan and then translated by Wm. Moss
niau. Dr. Hamond nnswered with
readiness mm thing that was asked
him by the Independents.
The following Is a list of the more
Important questions asked with their
"Arc 5 on the president of the Hoard
of Health. Dr. Ilaymond? "Yes."
"How many physicians arc there.
sen Ins under the Hoard of Health'"
"What are the salaries of these phy
sicians?" "They rango from $10 to
J20n. The physician at the leper set
tlement gets $150 per month."
"Who are the agents of the Hoard of
Health on the various Islands?" "Tlny
nro tho sheriffs mill deputy sheriffs,
who serve without pay."
"Is medicine being distributed on the
various Islands?" "Yes."
"Are poor people charged for the ser
Ticts of these gocrnment physicians?"
"If they arc poor they nre not charged
an) thing but If they aro earning com
fortable wages, then a feo Is charged."
Dr. Ilaymond went on to explain the
whole system and stated that the gov
ernment physicians on the Islands had
the same Instructions ns thoso on the
"How many cases of bubonic plaguo
were there during the recent epidem
ic?" "There were 71 eases with 61
Dr. Ilaymond stated that, as he was
not connected with the Hoard of Health
during the plague, he could not give
"How much money was spent dur
ing the plague epidemic?" "That I
rnnnnt tell.. Tho figures arc In the
possession of Dr. Wood and Attorney
'How many licensed prostitutes are
there nt Iwllel?" Dr. 1lnmond replied
that he did not know as this came di
rectly under tho Police Department.
The Hoard of Health had nothing to do
with the licensing of prostltutis.
"Then why Is It that tho Hoard of
Health has appointed n physl' Ian to
exnmlno the prostitutes nt certain
stated tlnus during the week'" lle
eatise the Act to Mitigate distinctly
makes provision for this state of af
fairs." "How many women, by nationalities,
are thero Inthc Iwllel eoirnl?" "There
aro 191 In nil. Of these, ten are
French and 1 American. Tho remain
der aro Japanese."
"Then aro there no Hawaiian wo
men In the corral?" "No.." At thlR ans
wer, tho natives seemed very much de
lighted.. "What Is the salary of the meat In
spector?" "Dr. Monsnrrat gets J200.
Formerly, Dr. Shaw worked with Dr
Monsarrat. These two oltlces have
now been merged Into one."
"What did the former city physician
get for his services?" "Dr. Howard
was paid $175 per month."
"How many physicians are now do
ing the work at the dispensary?"
"Why nro two necessary?" "Hecause
'there Is so much outside work to be
done that one man Is kept busy paying
visits while the other must remain In
"What salary nro these men get
ting?" "A hundred dollars apiece n
"How many lepers aro there at the
Kalaupapa settlement at Molokal?"
"Thero are 0S0 and fiO 'kokuas.' "
Just hero Senator KalnuokahnI
asked If the people nt tho settlement
had hnd all they wanted to eat during
the last few months. President Ray
mond replied that there had been some
troublo with tho pol contract a (short
time ago and that, on this nccount,
there had been a shortage In tho supply
for a little while.. However, every
thing was now In good shnpo again.
"Do you think It will be necessary to
Increase tho next hl-ennlal appropria
tion for the Hoard of Health?" Presi
dent Raymond replied that he hnd
sent In his report to Governor Dole
with his estimates for the next two
years.. He had lessened tho sum ip
proprlated for the present period by n
treat deal but Governor Dole had seen
fit to add on $30 000 ns ho was of tho
opinion thn expenses would bo henvy.
- "Who Is tho physician nt tho In
sane asylum und what Is the number of
tho Inmates of tho Institution'" "Dr.
Herbert Is the physician nnd there are
Senator Knlauokalanl nsked that he
be given a copy of the report of the
president of the Hoard of Health In or
der that the Independent members of
the Legislature might hne something
to work on Immediately In their prep
aration of thtS appropriations for the
Hoard of Health. So much time' would
be consumed during the session with
nrlnus reports and bills that the In
dependents 'were getting Into shape n
lot of work before tho sitting of the
Legislature on "the 20th Inst.
Dr. Raymond replied that It would
be an act of discourtesy to the Gov
ernor to whom he hnd handed his re
port but n short time ngo. It had not,
as yet, become public property. He
would have to confer with Mr. Dole be
fore nllowlng n copy of the report to
pass out of his hnnds.
Tho meeting of the Independents
with Dr. Raymond lasted for about
two hours.. When It was finally over.
Senator Kalauokalanl, on behalf of the
Independents, thanked Dr. Raymon J
most heartily for his kindness and
promised that they would do nil In
their power toward caring for the I
health of the people nnd that they
would appropriate nil the money they
considered would be necessary for the
running bxpenses of the Hoard of I
The Independents will visit the
sane nsIum this afternoon. The start
from town will be made at " o'clock.
MARDI GRAB ISOTH8.
The 1477 tlcketR for the Mardl Oras
carnival have already been printed and
after n careful numbering of eacl ,
Mrs. Graham has hnnded them over lo
Mr. Damon, the head of tho finance
committee. Mrs. Hawes has taken 300
to distribute to the members of her
committee. Today, the bill postern and
tickets will be placed In the leading
drug, music nnd hook stores for sale.
Tho tickets are cry elal)orate,havlng
been gotten up In a most nrtlstlc man
ner by Wall. Nichols & Co., ns the con-
trlbutlon of that company to the Mardl I
The Governor directs that notice be giv
en that, In view of the .Memorial Serviced
to be held In Honolulu on FrIJay afternoon,
the 8th Inst., by the British resiJents, In
memory of Her late Majesty Victoria,
Queen of the United Kingdom of Great
Britain and Ireland and Empress of India,
government offices will be closed at twelve
o'clock noon of that dav.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of the Territory
Cipltol, Honolulu, Feb. 5th. tool. 56-lt
Sealed tenders will be received at the
office of the Commissioner of Agriculture
anJ Forestry until Thursday Febiuary 7,
at 12 o'clock noon, for the printing and
binding of the Annual Report o' the Com
missioner for the period ending December
All Information can be obtalnej from
the Commissioner, who does not bind
himself to accept the lowest or any bid.
Commlsslonerof Agriculture and Forestry.
" Name on Every Piece."
FOR SALB BY
LEWIS & CO.,
240! 240! 240!
C. BREWER & CO.Ltd.
Pantheon Shaving Parlor
Tor additional Stripping News seventh piftt.
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Last Quarter of the Moon on the 11th
nt 7: 12 a. m.
The tides nt Kahulul and Hllo occur
about an hour earlier than at Honolu
Tides from tho United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
Hawaiian Standard Time Is 10b, 30m
slower than Greenwich time, being
that of the meridian of 157 30. The
time whistle blows nt 1:30 p. m., which
Is the same ns Greenwich 0b. Om.
I Musters of vessels sailing from this
!,. - ,, ,.- Cnn 1-rnnMaitn will find there
, n branch 6f tho U. S. Ilydrographlc
OfTUo located In the Merchants' Ex
change, where Is maintained for their
ncneflt free of charge, complete set
of charts end directions of tho world.
Latest Information can be obtained re
gjullng lights, dangers to navigation
and all matters of Interest to occin
Weather Uureau, 1'unnhou, February
5. Temperature Morning minimum,
CS; Midday maximum. 7C.
llarometcr nt 9 a. m. 29.50. l'nlllng,
Dew Point C7F.
Humidity nt 9 n, m. 81 per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Feb-
Weather stormy; wind SI;.
Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Stmr Mauna Lo.t. Slmerson, from Mtiul
and Hawaii ports.
Monday, Feb 4.
Stmr Mlkahala, Peder.on, for Malta-
Stmr James Makee, Tullett. for Kapaa.
Schr KavvalUni.Moscs, for Koolau ports.
Tuesday. Feb. 5
Am bkt KliMtat, Culter, for Pott Town
send In balast.
TO SAIL TOMORROW.
Stmr Klnau, Freeman, for Hllo and way
ports at 8 am.
Stmr Claudlne, Parker, for Maul ports
at 8 a m.
Stmr V G Hall, Thompson, for Kauai
potts at 8 a m.
Stmr Lehua, Benmtt, for Molokal ports
at 8 a in.
Gas schr Surprise, Nystrom, for Kauai
ports at 8 a 111.
From Kcr.a anJ Kau ports, per stmr
Mauin l.m, Jn 5-Ur H leu Kit), A .Mc
Kllh.ft,C Lrhliiesand wlfe.CjptGllWhlt
nev.Capt I K Clark. G ACIaRett, JMon
sirratt, Mrs S K Kahojlll, GWalaunnd
son, Miss. E Harper, S K Pear.i, Miss J
Haill, J Gasper. M R Fretis, Miss Julia
Jce. C P Heard. W K Azblll. M F Chap-
mail. Or Moreno, M K Pedro, i Ife and
dauRhter, A N Kepoikal, H Lyman. II Hay
elden, wife anJ child, Jno Richardson,
Geo Richardson, .Miss M Rlclnrdson, T
Clark, JlriH F Hayseldtn arid wife, and
The blR steimer American fmm Seattle
Is expected here MturJ.iy or Sunday.
The Callfornlan will sill for Hllo to
morrow afternoon with 6750 tons sugar.
The schooner Queen 50 days from I'.v
1 coma has arrived at Kallu.t v. Ith 100,000
1 feet of lumDet lor H. Hackteld cV Co.
I The Mauiu Lna broueht 1470 sacks H.
(. t-o.-s sugar I -. urewer iY so. ana
2776 hags DlamonJ H. sugar to W. G. Ir
w in cV Co.
Rooked top Klnau,
For Hllo and way ports, per stmr Klnau,
Feb 0 Miss Mav l.onan. .Miss S Mills. A
V Van V.ilkenberg.ind wife, J DGongar
and wife, ur urace and wile, Miss uraci,
Mrs Clarke. J . Spencer and wife, J
Llcitlg, SLIchtlg. MrsRallen, A Weill.
J G Pratt, PIP Waterhous-, 1 1 lisUevy,
J M Lvdcate. Miss M Cimobell. .Mrs C
W Hadgson. S E RoJgeos, T S Warden,
Mrs C 11 Kinney, .Mrs U W Paly, W M
Mixer, Atlss I Richardson. D Dorwood,
Jesse Hawes and wife, P MurrJny. EW
Ulckerm in, h A von Amln, C F Solo
mull, A s L Keaohl, C J Wiiles, Ben
BrunvH W White and wife.
Booked fop Claudlne.
The following pisstngers are booked to
leave In the Claudlne this alternoon for
Maul ports: H P Baldwin aid wife, Jno
W Ranklns. P M Cook. Ed Hughes. Jas
T Taylor, J J McDwatd. J E haymond,
AUomes. M I uomes t-atl Jensen, 1 b
Richardson, Miss M B Summonds, Mrs G
A Hansen, Dang Yang.
Mauna Lou's Report.
Honokaa has 1500 bags sugar and Ku
kulhaele 6000. H. A. Co. and A. H.
cleaned out. Verv rough weather along
Hamakua cna t and lots of lain. H. A.
Co. started grinolngon Jan. 30th. Fine
wrathet along K.111 coast throughout trip
with plenty of rain.
Blowing hard with plenty of rain on
Kona coast.Very rough weather and blow
ing a gale with heavy seas and high swell
Two officers haNo been out nil day
nfter C. I-amba, tho driver for tho
Star Dairy, who Is wanted In tho case
of A. II. Doak, charged with selling
adulterated milk. It will bo remem
bered that tho police ran up against
this same kind of thing when they wero
looking for Doak himself.
Mr. IMelvin, who has charge
of the photograph department
at K'NG BROS., is authorized
by Miss Haskins to fill any
duplicate ordeis which may be
called fiir durintr her absence.
Fine Job Printing at
lsVG"'''. in fin ttlumn mil u inutttd a
wm M tfntt 4 Itnt ont intttlton; if mpiIi fur
inittlianii to ttntt em tw, 40 etnli tiro uttkt,
mi 60 ttntt on nontb. 7il 11 lb thimt'tit Jw
fffif ir ofirU tbl peopl n Hotolulu.
CTFNOfjRAPIIEH Will, SPARC TIME DURING
sJ business hnurs deslirs to attrnJ Id anotn'
fnm' coriponJiu t 1J per mtntti AJiirss K.
II., Ilullrlin iifjiu '?ll-'l
OARCiAINS IS JtAVLI lY-scil can KJt lhm at
s-r M. I LLi.A, tos noiei si.
anJ enameling dons
MOTICE TO til ILtiCRS Hie Union Ep Co
1 s nai white ;.wu ik - c
AN EXPERT DOOK-KKPfR W.lllkrtoJ
rs r ks to keep ivcnmRs, rr,"
A et of boots lomlla up fo enoon-
AJfrtss " K.M." Hill offlcs Itlt-il
UANTED-WATCIIES lo repair by eeler cf
W yeais xperlent. 0. DlbtZ, an Nuuanu St
UANTED A first-eliis b.iber
' leno. Alerchint Si . neir Frl.
Apply C. Mot
isaiw WANTED TO REN House of 6 or rooms
(tenlial) wouM buy fumnure "1 K," Dullelln
OTFICE CLrks. Tvpenters, tuna ani Plin'alton
WANTED POSIT OSS TOR OOOD RELIABLE
FEMALE Help, any nationality, While Hilp a spec
YOUNU MAN. stenographer ani tvrewrlter,
once. AJJress "A N." Hiillttln Office.
tJANrFD-EVr.HAVINO ND ENAMELINO
f LUCAS Hotel St,
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Oysters servei n Ihe shell only Try his
fanous Ham tni Egg Sandwiches anJ Coffee Cor
Nuuanu and II lie" streets. WM LUCAS, Proprietor
ID PAPERS TO EXCIMNCF. for clean Cot-
ton Rags Arrptv at Bulletin Office n(V)-lf
COR Rf NT PurnlsheJ room lth or ultf out boail
1 lo rlvale family Arply lgl Iterelanla SI. ?t-tf
COR RENT A collage slxni, corner Kawahhao
ana -oo sneell. Aptly no Ion, Ulslup Uank
DKOPERTY AT WAtAlUA TOR LEASE-Four
lots at Wlatu.i, lust opposite Wala.ua Hotel, too
isit, are onerr j lor lease s'ngiv or as a n-ie, lor
particulars apply to Mrs. E. Kekaanlau Pratt, iei
run.hpoel at. isss-i mo
FOR HbNT 1 rooms for light hmise-ke-plng
pet month At hsine Asylum Roai. V. S'r,
COR RENT--everalnew6 ropmcoltagesal Insane
Asylum ros 1 jio per montii, lannystraucn.
COR RENT rurnUheJ rooms for c.ntlrmen. In
1 o,ulre at No. 4! Norfi Vlneyara st , near Nuuanu
HOUSES TO LET anJ Furniture lor sale In all
rarls of the c IV ATKINSON. A aeoon DM.
TO LET SeftM House, will turnlshel roims with
piarJ. Young M , near I'llkol. iTlS-lmo
LIOUSE TO RENT on the corner of MaklVI anJ
WIMer Aienues Apply on premises issi'im
TO RENT rurrrtiheJ room. Car Jen Lane. Enquire
of Mrs McConnel, off Union street, No. 0 GarJen
FO ALE Pure I'lymorlh rock Roos'ers for sale
from gooJ slxk Arply T. C. VI LS, I'ahala,
FOR SALE-llsJroom Set ani Kl'chm Table, al
most new, Sss. Apply Ihls olfice, " S G " s-lf
REMDENCE PKOPERTY FOR SALI3
Location the test, In Nuusnu Valley, comer of
JuJi anJ Llllha streets Iheb Suhr premises, con-sls-'ne
of about four seres of lanj coverei with t'eau
tllul lawn, trees ana rlants A soasrlenalJresUence;
tw cot aires: complete tarn aJ servants' quarters,
all l.t lirsl clrssconjitlon lor liirllKr psnlctiltrs
aprl-1.. HAWAIIAN TRUST & INVEST
MINT CO.. I.I I). Trlecnone. 181 400 I ,.rl
S west. iTst-lt
FOR .ALI On Emma street, s r'omcnttajre, fur
nlsliel comp'ete, sanitary plumUnir Ihrouirhout.
For particulars apply o i.has. h Moore, UMiin 6,
Macoon lllock, Alakra an! Merchsnl Sts itsi-tl
HOl'SP & LOT. rlithi In town, only file.
Hurrette, w K'lnt St.
HOUSE S: I OT, Witcox trad. nw hotie. lot Cox
iso, rnty Istooo, terms eas. I H llirnette, w
COR SAI E OR I FAL- A Jclllnt! hns col
' taceanilol cer.trallv lota'ei. whhln five Minks
ol the p t ofti.e lotr-xill sutlsble ft r Doitors or
lienlM-, lla ani jAillhu. 'ir f..r a business I ci
lioj Rent lie per month Apply to GLAR I'N
A SPAN of IhoroilplibreJ bay hors-s. 6 anJ eirs
cars oij also a lirst-.l.ss Stultbakrr surrey
anjsct ol single anJ J, uble ham ss Art. v In If
M Malt-Smit ., ro m n,, JuJi "sill ng iri9-tw
A large upwrUht Wm.
oj a new. Can be
seen at Mrs
s cheat., eooj a new.
Wheelers, jn v-ineyarl St
FOU SALC-Chclce Trull Trrei .mm I lntl.li con
tUtlng cf l'r.Kt.e, I'vars I'lurot, sArrtci.,
ArplM jipanrtf lrklmnions MuNrric, Ftc, of
klnJ (ri(tn bv Hot I J i fr nttt jnj moM I ketv to
fruit In tlil rt.mite AJJresi Urun O Claik, mm
aijtrr Clark r.iim WaHtwj f)jiu itftw
JHIan, Arr'y S V. JORDAN.
OH VEAR LMH Ctiinaton, rental nly $to a
-y moninlJI Hur.vtte. v)K.ng St.
HOU E AND TWO LOTS - K-ilulanl Tract, only
Ii.i -o. H HurneMe, )9 Klnj St
FOR SALT-On. it li a'-4 anJ 6 horvf pnwer
MILT & riS& KFUOVLNI' OIL ENGIMS. (new.
Inquire cf J CWMCLtTH. m King St.
FOR SAI.P-A Uw Importd mllcli cows
J. M. VIVAS.
FOR SaLC Cheap, i family marc, harnet ani an
open tuggy. Apply to
3j6 Merchant St.
THE btt t cent clear In town It the
to be had atlh Mvrtlt Clear Slora next to Or-
rhum All kln4 of Manila cigars a specialty
FOR SALE $100, Ftitniture of wcme4 cottiee
near town, with privilege of renting cttaee.
WILLIAM SAVIDGE 8c CO.,
ft 6 Merchant St.
PR SLE X4000 Leatehold on Queen tet.
near Honolulu (run Works. 14 years to run.
SplenJU Warthoua Location,
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, & CU
to6 Merchant street.
A special meetlnR of the stockholders of
the WOOLUAWN FRUIT CO, LTD, Will
be held at the office of W. G. Irwin Si
Co., Ltd., on Wednesday, February 6,
I ooi, at 3 p. m , to take Into consideration
the resignation of the present officers of
the company and ructi other business as
may be broueht up for consideration.
Uy orer of the P oldent,
Honolulu, Feb. 2, loot. 1 7 sG-1 1
Election of Officers.
Notice Is hereby given that the follow
ing board of officers were elected to serve
at the aniiutl meeting ot the HAMOA
PLANTATION CO, held on February
W. F. Allen President
H. P. Baldwin.... vIce-Presldent
G. H. Hoberlson Treasurer
E. F. Bishop Secretary
P. C. Jones Director
The above compose the Board of Di
rectors. Auditor: T Rlcharl Roblnsoi.
Dated Honolulu. Februrv 4. 1001.
.- .. i..rf.nr.
The ever popular Rainier beer Is bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," Ib mora
often heard than anything else. Tho
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap cr
ii FIRST TO
The "ZEALANDIA" brought us a shipment of
LADIES AND GENTS
B. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.,
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Jas. F. Morgan
1 05 Queen Stress
I offer for sale at the residence of MR.
C. STERLING, on the Corner of
Pensacola St. and Wilder Ave.
Prooertv has a frontace of loo feet on
Pensacola street, 265 on Wilder and Thurs
ton avenues, and 260 on dividing line.
DWELLING HOUSE contains veran
da room, spacious v.. an Jas, duubl: par
lors, 2 large bedrooms, large bathtoom
wltn porcelain tub, etc., dining room, kit
FINE LARGE HOT HOUSE, stalls for
4 horses, carriage house, setvants' quarters
GROUNDS nicely plantei and com
mand a gooj view.
TERMS and further Information at my
office, 65 Queen street.
Jaw, F. Morgan,
FOR 1901 !
Jhe Hawaiian News Co.
Ltd., have on exhibition
their stock of OFFICE AND
POCKET DIARIES. Call early
and make your selection.
NEWS CO., LTD.,
HOUSE WITH LO I. 60 ft. by 2co
Jt.s House contains six rooms,
' lanai, bath-room, clothes closets,
and china closet. Built entirely of
Nor'west and almost new,
HOUSE LIKu THE FIRST, with
lot 60 ft. by f20 ft.
LOTS WITnOUT HOUSES.
High ground, t'xcellentnelghbor
hood. Near botli new and old car
lines. Large trees.
Inquire of C BOL'IE,
10 Merchant Street, or of
1740-lf Pensacola Street.
Constantly on Hand.
Metropolitan Meat Go
Keeps Constantly on Hand.
MILLER & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton
Pork and Veal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. Wi
are Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FISH Salmon. Halibut. Trout. Stureecn
Sole, Smelt. Shid, Carp. Rock Cod, Sea
Hass, t-rawlisli, urabs, btc.
POULTRY AND GAME Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SAtOKLD MEATS Hams, Bacon. Saus
ages, fresli everv day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also Sweet Bread, Brains.
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
BUTTER, Eggs, Cheese, Pickles, Chow
chow, Siuer Kraut. Applts, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shell or cans.
large or small, In
Hardly a thing that you could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone bin 219.
While putting new fixtures in
your batlwoom, at least
Design nnd prices on appli
Lewers & Cooke,
STOCK and BOND BROKERS
LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS
Careful Attention given to
ArD MERCHANT STS
DON'T BUY YOUR FURNITURE ON
THE INSTALLMENT PLAN, "
HUT GALL AT THE,,
AND SAVE 25"0
IT WILL PAY YOU TO
BUY TOR CASH.
New Goods Received by Every Vessel
l.X L. Furniture Store
. BEUETANIA ST., NEAR FORT.
P. O. BOX 535. S. W. LCDFRLR,