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HVEN1NQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, ir. T., SATURDAY, AUGUST 3), 1901.
75 and 71) King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 31.
NOW It tho time to get leaks and
breakages seen to, and )oiir
Roofs Put in Order.
By competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
It aver, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
teed. Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel, White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skj lights and Ventilator
Cnndurtnr plp an! Clutter Work.
jrirttaii Sirtct, bet. Qumh anj M.rchint sonolutu
Jctbb it brctatllr att.ad.4 to.
fol White 41 P.O. Box 270,
Notice to Property Owners.
1 have In my employ FOUR FIRST-
CLASb PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figur- on your work at the
lowest price: My men are Union Men
Cive me a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
fuTltory Stanley King St.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNbY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
W. Austin Whiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Rcom 306, Judd Building
J. M. KANEAKUA,
COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Office Bethel St., Near the Postofflce
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J. G. IIEXIHQUES, PROP.
Morses and Carriages
For Bxcursl ns
To the Volcano or tho Mountains.
An excellent chance is offered for
6EB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S. S Mauna Loa
al Kallua and take passengers overland
to Hookcna. where tho steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any pait of
city by courteous drivers.
Oahu Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUE 3151
HOFFMAN cV MARKH4M.
a New Lot of
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE
F. W. Thrum,
ROOM 400. JiOSTON LOOK
levtclcr unci Wntcluiwilcci,
Engraving on Gold, Silver, Ivory Etc.,
ROOM NO. 3, ELITE BUILDING.
TIL. MAIN (14.
Mi8. II. II. Williams
Art fcmWoIduy and Stamping.
Hull line of Art Materials : :
Art HmbrolJtry Taught : : :
Love Building, Fort Street
i ' Ml 'Jmm i wi iill
ikW STOKACR &
Is not Incurable, as many peoplo sup
poe. Hostctter's Stomach bitters has
never failed to cure tho worst cases.
It cleanses tho sjstcm of all Impuri
ties, enriches the blood, makes strong
nerves and cures lonstlpntlon, indiges
tion, biliousness, 11 er and kidney
troubles. A dose before meals will
prctcnt belching or sourness of the
stomach. Try It. See that Our Private
Revenue Stamp covers the neck of tho
A HEARTY Stomach
Surgeons, physicians and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
K00M7K&-I09, Ofeice, Mais, 8
hoston liimDno RpsiutNce,
Fort Strict. Whiti, .Mi.
HOUHS-ii a.'m. to t. pa :
I TO t P. M ; T TO I P M.
P O FIOXSm. SC'NDAVS Iff P M
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretanla Street.
iOURS-io to i SUNDAY-o to 1 1
7 to 8 Telephone 601
OR. J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERET ANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS J ?"" ' P-m'
I o:)o p.m. to 7:30p.m.
19)1 TIL. Main 146
Dr. F. J. Rayner,
Crown arid Bridge
HO-Rb g TO 4.
204 Boston Block.
Dr. Albert E. Nichols
1154 Alakea Street.
Office Hours 9 to 4
A. C. WALL, D.D.S.
G. E. WALL, D.D.S.
l.oe Building, Tort Street.
HounO to 4. Telephone, 434.
DR. J. ATCHERLEY
M R C S. L R C P.
708 FORT ST., ABOVE KUKUI.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel, Blue 1291.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M R.C.V.S., M.V U.A , I ONUON.
Ol FICL WAIklKI STAHLLS.
HhMDbNCL "TML CALII OkMA,"
lOljm LV1A STRl f.T.
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURGtON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVED to new office, 1140 Ala
kea htrnt, opp Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, U to is, 3 to C:30, 7 to 8; Sun
(!uH, 9 to 11.
It Is nur Uea thai 1 1 a gunl Uea tor you to extr
cNe grtfit c.re in th biii'nte oi jjaie,, and the
i tent I on whicn you be tow upon your
nuT iJaswk r Important at your eve klcM U
(jool ee art not maJv, nor poor rjvi htlrei, by
tli um ot pour glakkei
ll yuu have the poor e t we have tne kqqA gUms
A. IN. SANt-ORD,
BOSTON BlOO , FOKT STUtET
oven may a co
Chinese and Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotel near Nuiunu
TEL WHITB Ql
Lalif sk rt .lvanej Clothing
t.ttnJ drj atni fffilreJ
Ftl euaranieei Lutfctp Ice
foi MTMt 1 tar Kukul, anj
rtttr Orthtum 1 tirattr
I'rkM Cleaning cnt ult. jjci
1669 6m Pjtlng tult $1 1
Rock Crusher Must
Go Says the Board
(Continued from page 1.)
0 place for their betterment but to &
place which results In their greater
damage. It Is not n hospital now."
Fred C. Smith said he considered it a
ery delicate question. "We should
not embarrass the depirtment of Pub
lie Works. It Is doing good work nnd
work of great value to tho community.
Yet we are the guardians of these un
fortunate patients. We have seen
dents In the roofs over their heads and
hae witnessed operations which would
be undesirable even 'n the neighbor
hood of well persons. As a member of
tho Hoard of Health 1 must say the
rock crusher should stop."
Mr. Auld said- "The blasting at tho
nsvlum Is fearful. Today the blasts
were comparatively light. 1 have often
felt heavj shocks at my home on King
The vote war then taken nnd the
When shown a ropy of the Iloaid of
Health's notice this morning Superin
tendent Dojd said that he had lead It
and that he would make nn reply until
perhaps next Tuesday. He said that
his re would not be nn effort to
overcome or defeat the Hoard of Health
but that It would be n studied effort to
solve a ((iiestlon which embodies many
difficulties nnd demnnds long headed
treatment. He believes there can be a
way out of the unfortunate situation
which will not cripple the department
of Public Works unci which will not
prolong any abuses tho Hoard of
Health mu have discovered. He man
ifested no especial desire to tee his de
pirtment n victor in a deadlock with
another and expressed confidence in
finding a way out of the dilemma that
would Improve the prospect of Insane
charges, without crippling the useful
ness of his own department.
At the meeting of the Hoard of
Health last Wednesday, the new super
intendent of the Insane nslum, Dr.
Malstcr, submitted a letter protesting
against the damaging influence exer
cised by the rock crusher and quarry
blasting In the rear of the asjlum
grounds. The protest led to the ap
polntment of u committee consisting
of the entire Hoard of Health, to In
spect the matters complained or. Su
perintendent Ilojil and his assistant
Murston Campbell, were Invited to
accompany this committee. Accord
ingly esteidn nftcrnnon the entire
bod of men visited the usjlum
grounds. Hlastlng was dune and tho
rock crusher set In motion to show
what must be endured nt the letrent
foi thu insano each day.
Dr. .Malster cscortitl the party
through the grounds and buildings.
Mc.inwhifo workmen were bus In tho
quarrj planting blasts nrd otheis were
steaming up tho crusher. The quarry
Is within nn easy stone's throw of some
of tho InBnne wards and the level of the
blasting point Is about even Willi T"5
roof cones While the workmen were
preparing the blasts, the visitors wero
sliovvn vailous bits of damage that had
been done lo 4he buildings from pre
vious blasting There were several blir
dents in the Iron roof, whero boulders
had bounded down from the near hv
ledge. Around the jnrd there had been
collected numeious small piles of
rocks which had been hurled Into tho
premlccs by the explosion of powder
In the quarry. These rocks varied In
size from an oyster shell to an un
abridged dictionary and as sharpnel In
warfare Impressed one as capable of
satisfactory execution. The asylum at
tendnuts took especial pride In point
ing out one huge boulder, which could
not weigh less than 2500 pounds, which
thej claim came hurtling through tho
tree tojis and landed where It lay. two
rods from one of the wards. The shat
tered windows of one of tho wards bore
testlmon to loud detonations and con
cusslons that have shaken the plate
some time In the past. The gravesti
ilalm made by the doctors was con
cerning the automatic lit 0 escape ap
paratus. When the liver was pulled,
which Is, Intended to throw open nil I
the doors to tells, and give the nlarm,
uot more than halt tho doors respond
ed. Superintendent Malstcr nnd Dr.
I'ratt sa) this la because tho heavy
fttitl we tnatllii.triictlntiH, trctlmflQU
m. Anil un I rHKK
a. n Honvenir A
Pretty Piece of (InM llatr I Ji m Te
cmt Boot: Co Bo38 Ainevllle N Carolina US
Henry H. Williams
THE PROGRESSIVE UNDERTAKER
OF t HONOLULU WITH t THE
'I he very IVest nieth ids
employed In . I me
dead, AlullstOvknf the I. 't
and up-to-date uujeit iking
goods anJ p.ir.i;ihtnmla.
Phone, Main 64
For eating, drlnklc;,n4 cooking.
rtnus, diucious, Kcromocs-
MMR BUM I CO no.
Br.ikr.tC,l 31k. tin..
Sua.. . Chorol.t. Bnir..t.l.t, t 8 lb. Mk...
Cltrmu Sw.t Chorol.t.. 141. ...
ro. t.kl r Li.MNa ..octal.
Walter Bakor A Oo. Ltd.
Dorcneiter, Mail, U. S. A.
vibration from blasting has shaken tha
buildings out of plumu and that car
penters nrc busy all the time making
the doors Qt.
The Object Lesson.
The blasts were riany; the rock
-rusher was In motion. A car of stone
was run Into the mill and dumper. The
noise was like a small avalanche. Tho
surface blasts were touched oft and
startling reports run,? out. The deep
blast was fired. There was a rumble,
a shaking of the earth, puffs of smoke
and nil subsided. A shower of small
illng bits of rock the size of peas or
hnzte nuts came clattering through the
foliage of the tries under which the
visiting committee stood. Tho mem
bers of the Hoard of Health looked
gravely at each other end shook their
heads. The representatives of the
Tubllc Works department exchanged
glances, which signified "that's noth
ing." The Insane patients who throng
ed the 5 nrd pa)ed less attention to
the commotion than they paid to tho
crowd of visitors as they walked
through the grounds. The biggest
blast did not create as much confusion
us did Dr. Sloggett and the rock crush
er was not as dlsionccrting to the un
fortunates as was Messrs. Campbell
The Conference Session.
When the noise had died down and
each officer had come from behind
his sheltering tiee. Dr. Sloggett called
a conference between tho members of
the department of Public Works and
the Hoard of Health. 'I he meeting was
on the lanni of the superlntcnilint's
office and was wntchel through the
trcis by Insane patients of eH) na
tionality. The lompan) on the lan.il
attracted moie attention fioni the
darkened minds than the whining of
the crusher on the maukaslde of tho
The grave problem was dlsrusscd In
formally by all present. The picdlca
ment In which the Public Works de
partment finds itself was listened to
with Impatience b) th medical men
present. F. C. Smith branched out In
to a consideration of the matter from
an Impartial standpoint. He said that
there were two sides to tho question,
He was reminded b) President Sloggett
that it was the Hoard of Health's busi
ness to consider nothing but the wel
fare of the patients. The plans of the
Department of Public Works do not
enter Into the subject nt all. Dr. Slog
gett took a poll of the Hoard s opinion
which was that the enterprise of cur
ing Insane people nnd of crushing rock
should not be carried on In the samo
lot. This view was not nttacked by
cither Mr. Bci)d or Mr. Campbell. They
each admitted tho torrectness of the
position taken by the Hoard of Health
but were not In a liutry to comedo
that the rock crusher should be moved
at once or tlint its operations should
"Well. Mr. Hoyd." said Dr. Sloggett,
")ou teitainly will admit that It was a
grave mistake to loiate the ci usher at
"That nin) be so replied Hoyd. "but
that Is just where )ou doctors have tho
advantage over us. You can buiy )our
mistakes; while we must reitlfy ours
Supt. Boyd Talks.
"The Hoard of Health has been
aware," said Mr. Ho)d, "of the progress
of the building of this crusher and
opening of this quarr) sinio last No
vember. Why Is It that a protest wns
not made In duo time?"
Dr. Sloggitt replied that the sllcnco
referred to was the silence of an old
nnd 1148 Port St., Love Building
Residence 1115 Tori St., below Vineyard. Phone and Nlp.ht Call, White 3811.
Hoard of Health. Mr, llo)d said noth
ing of the location of the quarry being
the work of his predecessor.
Mr. Hu)d asked for facts from the
record to show that deaths or cases
of sickness had been more numerous
since the quarry was opened. Dr. Pratt
replied that theto was not n medical
man in the lty who would not Bay that
quarry operations were grently Injur
ious to the condition of Insane pa
tients. "We would like to hear from jou
fully," sild President Sloggett to Mr.
Hoyd. "We would like to know It )ou
havo a solution for the puzzle."
"The only wa) 1 seo out of It," re
plied the superintendent, Is to remove
the Insane aslum to a more suitable
This vva the- real signal for tho de
parture of the Hoard of Health to Its
offices wheje the ultimatum was pre
pared and lAaiied.
In fuither explanation of his terse
remark Mr. iiojd said: ''As a mntter
of tact, the Insane asylum grounds are
too valuable to be kept for tho purpose
to which tht-y are now put. 'I he build
ings are In a run down condition nnd
to repair them is a waste of money.
They are not adequate either In size or
equipment. The town Is growing out
this wuy and this tract of land would
readily sell for enough money to erect
a modern, well equipped hospital for
the Insane. The present conflict of In
terest between the two departments
Is unfortunate and it ought to be solv
ed In a wa) that will be for the better
ment of each. It Is unfortunate that
the hospital has not been moved before
this to j. place where It could be man
aged more economically and give room
for the improvements which the
growth of the town demands In the
vicinity of the present as)lum.
"The Legislature appioprlated J HO.'
000 for Improvements In the 0th dls
trict in which tho as) him and this
quarry and crusher are located. If the
crusher 1.1 stopped these contemplated
Improvements must stop.
"We have developed elaborate plans
for the Cth district. You will notice
that King stieet Is the; only highway
between a big outl) Ing district and
the central part of the city. It tor any
reason King street Is made Impassable,
no other way is open. Therefore we
ihnvc planned an extension of School
'street to Palama. The dirt and refuse
rock from the asvlum quarry would
make the building of this road a very
cheap matter, it Is also our policy to
extend Vlno)ard. Material would come
from the same source. There Is no
other source from which material can
be obtained at a cost w filch will not
prohibit the Improvements. We had
planned an extension of Judd street,
connecting w ith the as) hi in road. This
would give an outlet for the convey'
mice of road material 'o upper Xiiuanu
nnd vlclult). Hut the Hoard of Health
vetoed the extension of Judd street.
because the traffic by the nsUum would
be detrimental to the patients. The
projeit has therefore been abandoned.
When tho public comes to think about
it, It will see that the present location
of tho Insane asvlum makes a very
serious obstacle In tho way of the
development and extension of that sec
tion of the city. When I said the way
to solve the puzzle Is to move the hos
pital. I d! I not saj It for the purpose
of suggesting a way In which to come
out victor over the Iloaid of Health. I
said it heciuse It would be better for
the public In ever) way."
Marston Campbell Talks.
1 lie asiUtaut superintendent of pub
'lie works who has been tne active en'
glneer on the spot In tl'e matter of In
augurating the piesent s.vsiem of rock
quarries and crushers for the city made
some important statements w hlch bear
uu the problem. He said "Theas)lum
quuriy is the best one within reaih of
the ilty. Wheieas It formerly cost
UMO per load to put roik on King
stieet. It can be done from this plant
nt a tost of 53 cents per load. To move
now would not onl) mean a big ex-
i pensc In moving but ever) load of rod;
fiom any other available site would
add Its mite of increased expense to
the cost of Honolulu streets. The
.quarry ground was acquired from the
Hltdiop Kstate and Is woith hundreds
of thousai.d of dollars because It Is
I Inexhaustible and Is favorabl) located.
"Those bioken windows and the
dents in the roofs ot the nsjliim
buildings were caused by Inxperlenced
men when bhsting was diet commenc
ed last Februar). No accidents have
happened lately nnd I believe we now
( hae men In chaige who know their
business thorough!). As the work pro
ceeds, the blasting will be farther awa)
from the buildings and 1 do not think
there will be any moru tause to com
plain on ncco.int of fl)lng locks"
Remember there l no other
MK. WILLIAMS connected
with this establishment ; so
make no more mistakes.
Agents, Biokert and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CA8TLK 1st Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER. . . .2nd Vice Pre.
J. V. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
uim. it. UAiuuu Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company,
Nnhlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Tie California id Oriental S. S. n.
W.G. Irwin &6f
Western 8ugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phlla-
delphla, Pa., U, S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertll-
Izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Patau and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white )
and colors. J
Filter Press Cloths, Cement. Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE
HOIS O JL.UT-.U.
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Tho Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St, Louis. Mo.
Tho Standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
the New England Lite Insurance Co.
The4 Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFK and FIRE
Sew England Mutual lifb In
surance Co. of Boston,
tna Fire Insurance Compart
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manager ,
Claus Spreckels Vlco President
W. M. Giffard.. Second Mco President
H. M. Wnitney, Jr....Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AOENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H. 1
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co, Onomen Sugar Co,
Honomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co ,
Makve Sugar Co , Haleakala Ranch Co ,
Tho Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Uerwer & Co.'s Line of
Boston Packets. .
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke. President! tlenm
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop,
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P, C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors. "
QUEEN ST., - HONOLULF .
Tho Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Dalolso Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
SuluMiribeni to tlio BULLETIN
not receiving thtir papers promptly
will confer a favor by notifying tU
uiuiiiCMj uiucfl; TtJipbene 250.