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" ' , , EVRN1NO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 11.' T.', WBDNE8DAY,c0Ct7i6. lSOlF' .. '.t-JL.. , '& b T 'ijVi
THROUGH A SANDBANK.
In Bitting tlio Curtis out of the slip
at the railroad wharf yesterday It was
necessary to haul her. over the sand
bank that has formed there. Bhc was
hauled hack quite n distance In ths
slip and then when she was straighten
ed an ay the Fearless started out at
full speed and pulled the big ship safe
ly through the bank.
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General Merchandise. Di-y Goods, Groceries
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
fluciija 12 cases. llecnmmciiilnllonB
"None except the watching of-tbo
s hoo's nml that I am attending to
V. r. MiConkoy, Makawao, Maul.
House visits 11, ofllco 10, medical casei I at TH'-
21, prescriptions 27, successful vaccln-
atlnns US, unsuccessful 16. Hchools In- HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
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HISTORIC CATAFALQUE IN THE CAPITOL ROTUNDA AT
'lino cMMliiliiut'. on wlm Ii rested tin- t-usket coiitulnliii: tin- mortal rcmalin
cf the late Wlllliitu MeKluley. wan the one ll'il ilurlliB the olivequlex of tin
two former ni.irlyreil preKlileiiU, Lincoln mid liarllelil. After the recent Ijliip
In ttiite of the natlon'H dead ehlvftnlii thin cloomy rcll'- of three nntloii.i
triigeflleM win iikmIii hlrni'ii away tirthe bnncment of the capltol.
Health of Territory
AS REPORTED BY
There In n (urlotiK fcaturo In the re- ln. Tho sanitary condition of the oik-
portH of government phlelans for trlct Is, so far as plantation Is con-
Septemher. It consists In the fact tuat cerncd, fairly Road, Itlco planters J
snino districts reprcRented In .very du- been visited and have promised to
bloiiB vanltnry ronditlon hnvo but littlo clean up. Home have dono so ami ca
sIckncsM, while other district wbcru tabllshcd dralnngc. Health In good
tho eondltluns, are said to be Kond or over whole dlstilct. Tyiihobl feter 1
fairly so exhibit n great deal of lllnesti cises, remittent 3. syphilitic 1, leprous
unumg the people. The followlni; 1, later doubtful may be tubercular,
nummary of tho otllclal medical report No dlrease prevalent. Two cases In-
for last month ban been compiled from fluenza. Pipes have been laid for
the tabulation prepared In the BonrJ school at writing. Havo been nu
of Health office: cliariKcs In Jail nlthoiiRii tliu two colli that seems not to bu typhoid nml yet
11, K. Sandow, Walmen, Kauai, are occupied by the varying crlmlnali presents few malarial symptoms, 12
House visits B, office 22, medical casci of the district, and wnter for Hushing eases. No prevalent disease. Three
tary conditions fair. Pneumonia & or
C cases. Whooping tonsil, Influenza
ami dntcry prevalent. Influenza
about 20 casts, djsentcry about 13
eases Itccommeuilatlons will be fccut '
It. J. MrRfttlRnn, liana. Maul.
House visits 30, ouIcp CO. medical cased
60, surgical 12, prescriptions 105, sue-
icsstul acclnatlorih 207, unsuccessful
S. schools Inspected C, health certifi
cates 120, denied 5. Tuberculosis In
creasing. The gcnernl health of lha
ercater'part of the district Is poor, ai
usual during September of every year
long dry spell with consilient suf
fering from want of pure wnter for
ilrtnL-lni. vn1i(.i.v nln lo n H rl lillf wt n
......nM.h, ....o...6, t.t., ,n a. ......v.. ... . ;
the cause. Malarial fever 8 eases.' A 1
... . ,.-. ...,.,. n . . ivl
iijtrnicry prevaieni wuri u ciihcb. a
pure and abundant water supply would,
I am sure, Improve the health and snnl-
tary conditions of the greater part of j
tho district "
11. I), Ilond. North Kohala, Hawaii.-
House vlslls II, olllce 10, medical cases
S'j, prescriptions fill, successful vaccl l
nations SI, unsuccessful 3, schools In
spected .", health certificates l9. Sani
tary conditions good. Malarial fever
lease. Dysentery 2 cases. Norecom-'
4 (South Kohala, Hawnll. l'hyslclan'i
name and all are blank. This Is wucra
the llullctln lately reported, from n I
resident, n large amount of slcknesi
with no doctor to nttend tue sufTcrcro.
The Informant said there was an ap
propriation for a government phyM
elan,) J, Molouy. North Knna and South
Kona, Hawaii. House visits 30, ID:
office 13, 70; medical cases 20. 38; stir
deal 12. 3; prescriptions OS, C7. Tu
berculosis not Increasing In cither dis
trict. Sanltnry and general health
conditions arc urly good. "I know ol
nothing 1 can suggest. The districts
are scattered and the climatic condi
tions of the best."
C. II, nrecnflcld, Homakun, Hawaii
House visits 1, olllce 3, medical easel
3, prescriptions f, schools Inspected C,
health certificates granted !32. Dys
entery conjunctivitis prevalent with ii
cases. No recommendations.
Archer Irwin, North Hllo, Hawaii,
House visits. Venice 17, medical easel
15, surgical prescriptions 17, school!
Inspected 3, health certificates granted
171. Tuberculosis not Increasing
Sanitary conditions fair. Typhoid fe
ver 3 cases; a slight remittent fever.
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eases of slight attack of grip or in
lluenzn. One ease of severe dvstentcry
" If you don't want wliiley lo get the best ef you, you must get
the bet of hikcy."
"I do hdy, but when a fcltow'i only got a nfcLcl he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, ynt..
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
sllltls 1 cases, gonorrhoea with geque
tao 15 cases. Dysentery none. Mild
influenza, bronchial form, three cases.
I'. It. Waughop, Kcalla and liana
lei, Knitul. House visits Gt, ollleo 30,
medical cases 4G, surgical 8, prescrip
tions 50, successful varclnatlons 11, un
successful 18) schools Inspected
health certificates glanced C5G, denied
.1. Tuberculosis Increasing. Sanitary
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The Bulletin, 75cts. per month
24, surgical 3, prescriptions 30, school with tbu conseiiient drnlnage Is a up
Inspected 13, health certificates granted ccsslty,
457. Tuberculosis not Increasing. ji. R. Wlnslnw, Koolauloa and Koo- j resulting fatally nnd a few mild cases.
Nothing new to report, at present. No latipoko, Oahu. House visits 7, ofllco "I would call attention to tho necessity
fever. As a direct result from cold 12, medical casts 7, surgical 1, pro-1 of passing regulations whereby the la
nights slnco beginning of September' neerlptlons 20, successful vaccinations borers on plantations and the inhnbl
there has been prevalence of colds, ic, schools Inspected 5, henlth icrtin tants of small Ullages would bo sup-
mo re or leks severe, lending In quite a eates granted 200. Tuberrulosls not piled with water uncontnmlnntcd -by
few Instances to bronchitis and croup- Increasing. Sanitary conditions good, washings from houses and einnps along
mis pneumonia. However no deaths Malarial fever 3 eases, puerperal srptl- tho henchea of water courses. I am ,
testified in nny instance. ro inuuenzn eaemla 1 ease, no prcwtlcnt uiscasc. nrmiy convinccu tnai rovers aiong mis .
No lecommcndntlonn. nor dysentery or Inlliiinza. "I would sldo or llio Island can be prevented by n
H. S. Coodhue, Kolon and Llhuo, Ka- suggest that somo respoiiHllile person good water supply." i
ual. House visits 10, office 80 medical be appointed to Inspect and condemn H, II. Ueld, Hllo, Hawaii. House ,
rasea 99, surgical 5, prescriptions 100, all diseased cattle and stock In the ills- visits 32. ofllco 50, medical cases 33,
successful vaccinations 45, schools in- trlcts. HuKo Is nt present extremely surgicni &, prescriptions J, succcssm!
specteil 5, health certificates granted prevalent nnd I nm under the. Impres- vaccinations 18, unsuccessful 4. schools ,
571. denied 2. Tuberculosis pot in- clon that cases ot tuberculosis will bi Inspected 2. health certificates granted',
creasing. Sanitary conditions good found existing In some cattle on the 113. Tuberculosis not Increasing. Snnl-
General health moderately good. Thcru Koolauloa sldo of theso districts." tary conditions Improved. Typhoid .
hnve been several cases of diarrhoea A. Mourltz. leeward Molnknl. House feer 1 case, malarial 2 cases. Dyscn-
nmnng tho Japanese, four cases of visits 60, offlec 101, medical cases 151 terv prevalent with 14 cases. No recom-
pneumonia with one denth, night casci prescriptions 98, scoots Icspected r, datlons.
of beriberi controlled by proper mcdl health lerttflcntcn granted lCrt. Tuber- P- 1L Illakc, Olaa, Hawaii. Housn
cation and diet, and one ensef lm- culosls not Increasing. Snnltnry condl- visits 7, ofllrc 12. medical canes 5, stir
pctlgo cuntaclosa Typhoid fever 14 tlons good. Continued malarial '1 Rlcal 1. prescriptions 15, schools In
cases, no deaths. Acute follicular ton- rase, simple fevers 5 cases. Neither spected 2, health certificates granted
ircvalent dtscnte, dysentery or In- 23. Tuberculosis not Increasing. Sanl-
fluenza nor recommendations. tnry conditions have. Improved since
C. Davison, Lahnlnn, Maul. Housn last report Dysentery 1 enso. No fur-
visits 35, ofllco CI, medical cases 29, tber recommendation,
surgical 10. prescriptions 72, success- J. Holland, l'una. Hawaii. House
till vaccinations 25, unsuccessful 3, visits 31, ofllre It, medical cases H,
schools Inspected 0. Tuberculosis not surgical 4, prescriptions 28. success-
Increasing. Tho (tcpcral health Is good ul vaccinations 41. unsuccessful 2,
but the sanitary conditions are far schools Inspected 4, lic.iha certificate
from satisfactory, in Inspecting ths granted KM, denied 2, Tuberculosis
densely crowded Jupaneso quarters, 1 not Increasing.. Sanitary conditions,
conditions good. In the nulli. One cnn find they are over-crowded; the water Rod. Malar'al fever 2 cites. Dysen-
septic fever. Muscular rheumatism closets, in splto of thu strenuous of- tcry and Influenza each 3 cases. "Tho,
prevalent. No dysentery nor Influenza forts of tho deputy slier I It, always of- drinking wafer at tho Kulnpnnn Bchnol t
Itecominend attention to sluggish nnd tensive. Tho water supply, maknl, should bo Improwd. It Is about the!
choked-up drains. montly derived from contaminated, color of Bhcrry wine. The roof being
C. A. Peterson, acting Inutile cltj brackish wells polluted by surfacn covered with shingles, the water Is lm-1
physician, Honolulu. Office visits 293. drttlnarf. Simple continued fever 8 crcirnnlrd with vegetab'e matter. This
I medical cases 189, surgical 47, prcscrlp- cases. No prevalent disease nor dys- ha existed for many months nnd does
tlons 221, health certificate!) grunted, entery or Influenza. "If the Hoard not Improve by ago of roof."
41, of Health will send me a few barrels L, S. Thompson, Kail, Hawaii.
I A. N. Sinclair, outside city physician, of llmo I believe I can, by moral sun- Houso visits 22, office 10, medical case
, Honolulu. House vlsltn 08, medical slon, and by force If necessary, Improve 31, surgical t, proscriptions 47,iBchool
(cases 42, surgical fl, successful vace. tho condition of certain offensive and Inspected 4, henlth certificates granted
. nations 133, schools Inspected 20, dangerous outhouses. i 299. Tuberculosis not increasing. Sanl-
! health certificates granted 1478, denied J. Weddlck, YVulluku, Maul. House 'Ty conditions good. Ono enso each
10. i visits 3, office 30, medical eases 33, typhoid and lung fever. Six cases
C, A. Davis, Ewa, Oahu. House prescriptions. .13, successful vaccina- dysentery, all Porto Rlcans. No rcc-
'visits 19. olllce C4, medical cases 70, tlons 130, schools Inspected 7, health commendations,
surgical 7, prescriptions '(2, schools in- certificates granted B3fi. Tuberrulosi"
spected 2. health certificates granted not Increasing. Sanitary conditions nf
231, post mortem 1. Tuberculosis not certain parts below par. General
Increasing. Sanitary conditions vcrj health good. "No," In rnch case If
' good. Three caaes malarial foverc them la fever, prevalent disease, dvs-
No dlseaso prevalent. Diarrhoea 8 or entery or Influenza. "Jn accordance ..
A ........ KT.. ...,nMi.H.l.llfi.a . Willi InHf Nlnllnna Iw.nli.n.l f I-, . '"C
IV C.tBin. ill rvlui,iii(i.!iuiiiiio. , "' DiiiH.PKiio ,,k.i,,vi4, 1 IIHrllll
T, McMillan, Walnnac, Oahu. House visiting severnl plarcs round Wolluku
visits 12, ofllco 23, medical cares !, beginning on Octobor 1. 1901."
surgical 7, prescriptions 25, success- II. II. Dlncnar, Klhel and Kua. Maul,
ful vaccinations 10, school Inspected Houso vlslfs-Cl; ofllco 49, medical
2, health certificates grunted 90. Til- mb 103. Btirglcal 8, prescriptions CI,
berculusls not Increasing. Health successful vacclnatlonr GS, unsuccess
conditions fairly good. , No fttvpr ful 5, schools Inspected 4, health cor
prevalent disease, dysentery or In- tlflcntes granted 2, Tuberculosis not
fluenza, nor any recommendations. j Increasing. Sanitary conditions are
Hubert Vood, Wnlalua, Oahu. 'very good. Thcro has been nnd Ptlll
House visits 78, ofllco 83. medical case Is nn cpldonilo of parotltin nmnncr the
4, surgical 8, prescriptions 1G, school school children of tho district Main
Inspected 3, health ccrtiucates granted r'al fevers nbout 30 cises. Malarial
, 167, withheld 2. , Tuberculosis Incrcas- fever nnd parotitis prevalent. In-
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