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' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., THUrtSDAY, OCT. 10, 190L
Phyalcol Director Young.
Physical Director Young of the Y.
M. C. A.-who arrived In tlic Sferra yes
terday will at once take charge of the
work of his department. He Is plan
nlng to make a specialty of Indoor
games. Mr. Young has been out of the
training school for two years and dur
ing that time, has served as director of
the gymnasium at Oroton School, Qro
ton, Mass. The date of the reception
to Mr. Young by the nBsoclatlon has
not been set but It will take place be
fore very long.
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DR. SLOQGETT DEMANDS
The Board of Hca'th Takes Action
By Commitee to Protect
MOPAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY,
14th. 15th. 18th Inste.
Grand preparation! have been going
on for weeki to make thli
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ERY BEAUTY - - -
the finest ever attempted In the Ha
Millinery of every tort that It rich
and beautiful every kind that It most
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the mott fattldlout.
Hordct of charming noveltlet are
being thown In a marvelous profutlon
of styles and shapes, and rich, harmo
This vast collection of Millinery will
be ready for your Inspection on
MONDAY NEXT, 14th IN8T.
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Angle Lamp Co.
Alsen C e m c n t
Qlant Powder Co.
and Roche Harbor
Lime. : :
A LARdE SHIPMENT
Buckets and Tubs
Agate and Tinware
Lamps and Shelf Hardware
Trunks and Dress Suit Cases
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A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
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U. SEKOMOTO, .
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General Alerchandlse. Diy Goods, Grocerien
Japanese Provisions, etc
MAGOON BLOCK,. MEUC11AXT KIRF.ET.
3F . O- BOX 886 OCaix. 210
POR MEN'S SUITS.
Grass Linen '
Iop.IikIIch ut 75c pet ynrtl unci
p, o. Box wj. ' Tit. il
THE OLDEST Cllu E FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Puliti Id Fo Sllki ml Grill Liana. CMmm ml Jipiroo Ooodi ol All tflcJi
President Sloggett Informed the
Hoard of Health, at Its meeting yet'
terday, thnt tho rock crusher at the In
sane Asylum had started up again on;
Tuesday. The operation nf the plant
adjacent to the wards had been con
demned by three successive medical
I-. i r ft r r- tr.1
swi.triiueiiiit:uiB-iir. uuruTi, ui. ow
ters nnd Dr. Matstcr. As guardian ot
tho patients the Hoard ought now to
take decisive action. Ho asked the
meeting to authorize Immediate pro
ceedings for nn Injunction to restrain
tho Superintendent of Public Works
from the blasting and crushing of stone
at the quarry In question. Dr. Slogged
went on to say that tho pretest for
continuing the works jit the place
that the removal of the plant would en
tail nn expense of J 10,000 or $50,000 be
sides depriving tho road bureau of
material better than was elsewhere
available was not based on facts. He
hail ascertained that the removal of
tho machinery would not cost more
than $3000 at the outside. Indeed, tho
retting up of an entirely new plant
somewhere else would not rost more
than n quarter of tho figure given by
Mr, IJoyd. When tenders were Invited
for the plant, one of less than 111,000
was considered too high. Tho presi
dent scouted the Idea that good rnai'
metal could be procured nowhere with
l:i convenient reach but nt this quarry.
Ar to removing the Anylunvlnstead of
the crushing outfit, he said Ruch would
not be adtlsable for a long time to
romc. Answering a question he said
that blasting had not yet been resum
ed, simply because there was enough
stone out to run .m crusher for a few
days. In making these remnrks Dr.
Sloggctt desired It emphasized that he
hnd not tho slightest personal feeling
la the matter. "Wc are nere as the
guardians of these people,' ho conclud
ed, "and I trust the members of tho
Hoard will authorize Immediate pro
ceedings to havo this nutsance'abatcd."
Dr. Cooper thought tho difficulty
with the Department of Public Works
ought to be very easy of adjustment.
fhero should not bo necessity of fric
tion. He believed tho Asylum should
b( removed to a higher location on the
hills. There was an appropriation ol
thiity or forty thousand dollars for
new Asylum buildings.
Tho president replied that removal
ot the buildings was not the present
Issue. It was tho rock crusher. "I
do not sec any use In parleying with
Mr. Wright or waiting for Mr. Boyd'l"
return.' Mr. Iloyd said, when tho mat
ter was presented to him, that he did
not believe the blasting and crush ng
were detrimental to tho condition of
Dr. Cooperlsaldi "That is a layman's
opinion. When was tho crusher set up
l)r. Slogictt "LnBt DoccmW. Dr.
Herbert and his partner. Dr. Wnltors,
protested against It."
Mr. Mott-Smlth suggested that It
was purely a matter of professional
opinion and if the physicians con
sidered tho proximity ot tho plant In
jurious to tho patients It ought to bo
Tho president snld that every medi
cal man to whom ho had spoken wan
ugalnst running the rack ernshcr closn
to the Institution.
Mr. Mott-Smlth ndvocatod tho ap
pointment of a committee to prepare
a set of tesoliitlonB embodying tho
opinion of the local medical faculty to
be presented to the fiupirlntcndeirt of
Public Worki. i
Frcsltlrnt Hloggett was willing to do
fcrto the lenient oplnlo.i of tho Hoard.
yet tho plant should bo stopped Im
mediately. Kcplying to a question he
Bald It was not more than llfty yards
fiom the wardn. Ho would accept the
suggestion trade and appoint Mr. Mott
Fiulth. Dr. Moore uml Dr. Cooper as tliu
Dr. Cooper said tho thing might he
stopped in fifteen minutes by Injunc
tion, but ho favored a Icbb abrupt
course to avoid friction,
J The president remarked that the
Department ot Public Works had taken
' no notice of the Hoard's former
rourtcotig communication and had
'.started up the work again without
consulting thn Hoard. Ho then or
dered a speclnl meeting of the Hoard
nt 3 o clock this (Thursday) afternoon
to receive tho report of tho committee.
A meeting of the committee was held
Immediately nfter tho Hoard adjourn
There was a call, while tho dlscumlon
was proceeding, for the communica
tions of lira. Herbert and Wallets on
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Dr. O. J. Augur, of Honolulu, od
dressed n letter to tho Hoard of Health,
which was read at estcrday's meeting,
requesting the prlvllego of privately
treating lepers. Ho asked that one or
moro patients afflicted with Irprojy
might be tukcu under his exclusive
Dr. Pratt, tho executive officer, sub
mitted tho following draft of a reply to
tho applicant, which was adopted:
Dr. Ocorgo J. Augur, Honolulu,
Dear Doctor: The treatment by pri
vate practitioners of lepers Is a source
of danger to the public, as foci ot In
fection nro formed, from which dls
case may bo and probably would be
spread. It Is also contrary to law.
Therefore, your request Is denied, as
are all other requests ot a similar na
ture which the Hoard of Health arc lit
receipt of quite frequently from dif
ferent parts ot tho world
If you bellovc you have remedy of
some attic In' ameliorating the con
dition of those atlllctcd with leprosy,
III' II! II
REPORT FOR SEPTEMBER
Decrease in Amount of Milk Adulter
ation Bogus Maple Syrup
Resists All Chemical
i:. C. Shorey, Kood Commissioner, In
his report for September to Dr. 11. C.
Slogsett, president Hoard of Health.'
gives analyses of seventy samples of
milk up to, or nbmo stnndard
Analyses of samples below standard
were from the following named dairy
men, numbering fourteen: Nakatanl,
two samples: V. Soura, two samples;
I'ujlokn. two samples: H.irgo. Star
Dairy: I.amba. Star Dairy: Medelroj,
Dairymen's Association; Maranho,
Mendonra's; K. Market.; .Inarhln A.
T nnnm fnltrnt sL Inimoil ' flirP.1 flklm-
thc Hoard would suggest your sending ' '
mrougn uic supcnmcnueni oi im. p- ...vitlioimli there are more names In
er Settlement surnclent quantity of ,la ll8t fmn ,, month tll0 umoant
the remedy to Dr. Over, the physic an of ndllllern,0 waller." the Com
In chnrgo at tho Settlement, requesting m)Ioner ., ..exr(,,,t where samples
him to try the same, and to report to nl(J b,MCl, (o hp MmmnX l0 iuinlter.i
you. and also to the Hoard ns to thn on g ,l(, nll(mlon of nntcr.
success or failure of your remedy. Scvcn FamI)U, of MS, ,)thcr tmn
The Iloard of Health believes that cnnntt, wcloexnmnC,l. In none of tboni
Dr. Oliver would bo pleased to under- WM tlM fmn(, Mce89 ,lf lntatuli
take the experiment for you. although ,. g,arch , fl)rmi ,,, nnrt
lt rests with himself as to whether, he b f tM ohlulned'from the Metro
will do It or not. nnd also providing , .,, ,, ttP illllllilrir
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Merchant and INuunnu StM
itlao HOTEL. ST., opponlte Bethel.
ALAKCA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all insiJe. Everybody invited.
that the lepers themselves nrc not liu
willing. The Hoard moreover make It a rule.
to decllno to Incur any expense In tei
Ing any of tho so-called leprosy cures
which aro constantly being brought be
fore them. Yours ery truly,
ii. c si-oaoi:TT.
cd, the coloring being harmless. A
German sausago obtained from Sam
Yuen, rishmarket. nnd labelled "Met-
twurst Aecht Bnslislsrhp" was also
found to contain n hnrmlrsi color.
"A lot of sausnge of thn samo brand
ns tho last was found exposed for sale
1... Tri...- Mt.i.t.- Tnt Poiinlil nlrrpf.
President Hoard of Health. ,()t MnR , nn n,I,rnncc,l BtaKe of
decomposition tho dealer was prosecut
"Ten samples of srup nnd tnol.irse4
"Many time sugar syrups contain
objectionable Ingredients used for thn
niKnn.n nf lilnmilt Iti tm mill I tutu a ail Til
"'"? irtT"?.0,'?' Pl Hl be further examln.d for such
Dr. Cooper remarked, upon hearing
the application nnd, that It was the
duty of any medical man or sclentlfll
Investigator, when ho thought ho had
discovered a euro for leprosy to give
It to tno medical world.
President Sloggctt observed thnt
Evening Bulletin, 75c per month
Metropolitan Meat Co.,
Fresh Meats and Fish (p
by Every Steamer
From the Coast that has Cold Storage.
Choice Beef, Veal. Mutton,
tyX Lamb and Pork always
Also Poultry, Salmon and Halibut.
ment of lepers here, which he
nounced ns most reprehensible
Ono sample of coffee on lompallnt of
a private party was examined nnd no
"A sample of Jnpnucso medicine sent
by Dr. A. Irwin of North Hlln wns ex-
ReMervnMotiH Soon to"c Oprncil.
Washington, Oct, 1. The Interior
Department Is lapldly completing
plans for the opening of ihe Kort Hall nmlncd nnd nothing Injurious found.
(Idaho) Indian rescnatlon. The date I bcllce Dr. Irwin was not sure that
for tho opening has not yet been-fixed, this wns the medicine which caused the
but It la expected thnt the reservation, drath of a Japanese In that district,
which contnlns 400,000 acres, will bo and I think it oulto Impofcslldo thnt it
thrown open to settlement within a
few weeks. Tho Qnlnauft reservation
In Washington, comprising 300,000
acres, probably will bo thrown open to
settlement next spring. Commission
er Hermann of tho General Uind Omen
could have produced the effect noted
"One sample of Vnnllla extract was
examined nnd found to he genuine.
"Twenty-eight pol shops (manufai
turlng), about all doing business In
Honolulu at present wcro visited. No
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said today that It was probable that the eldence of any adulterant being used
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Stanford University. Sept. SO. Cle
ment O. Copelnnd. nssoclute professor I
of elcetrlcnl engineering and acting '
head of the department during the
absence of I'tofessor A. W. Smith, has
resigned his rhalr to engage In nctUc
work as superintendent for the Kdlson
Kloctrlenl Company 01 l.os Angclcy.
His duties will commencu at once.
m . -
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"District Couit. Toug Cbong Tal,
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"Circuit Court. A. Itlchnrd Jr., sell
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