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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU H.'T.. KRIDAY, OCTOBER 18. 1901.
75 and 70 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. II.
NOW U the time to get leaks and
breakageii seen to, and your
Roofs Put In Order.
Br competent workmen.
The Plumber's Strike
Is over, and I am again prepared
to do Plumbing, Sewering and
Sheet Iron Work as heretofore.
Estimates furnished... Work
manship ana material guaran
Jas. Nott, Jr.,
Store, Bertanla Near Emma St.
Tel., White 3571.
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pips and Gutter Work.
fjkStti Sset, ttt. QuHti nl Mtrch.nl Honolulu.
JoH ro.ltl)r tec.
Ttl. White 41 P. OiBox J70.
Mice to Property Owiers.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBCRS from the Coast. 1 am
ow ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices My men are Union Men.
Civ me a tr al.
C. H. BROWN,
Territory Stables. King St.
C. R. Hemenway
OFFICE 406 JUDD BUILDING.
TEL. 314 MAIN.
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
808 Stangenwald Building
W. Aistii Whiting,
W. J. Robiusoi,
Removed to Room 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. HEXMQUES, PROP.
Horses and Carriages
To the Volcano or tbo Mountains.
An excellent chance Is offered for
SEB THE COUNTRY..
Carriages meet tho S. S. Mauna Loa
mt Kallua and tako passengers overland
'to Hookena, where tho steamer Is met
Manufactured from Pure
Delivered free to any part of
city by ourteous drivers.
Oaho Ice and Electric Co.
cL. BLUH 3151
HOFFMAN Sc MARKHAM.
a New Lot of .
Beaver Lunch Room?
H. J. NOLTE.
Set of 5 mops, $2.00
SO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
tub . . .
Surgeons, Physician and Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Room !oS-ot, on ict, Main, lis.
Boston Buiidino Rsmdikci,
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Love Building, Fort Street
Hours. 9 to 4. Telephone, 434.
Dr. J. Atcherley has removed Ills of
fice, from 70S fort street to 343 King
stri'ct, next to Opera House.
Hours 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Tel. Blue 1261.
Office Tel. White 1371.
Dr. W. H. Jones
M.R.C.V.S., M.V. M.A., ondon.
OFFICE Hotel Stables
RESIDENCE 'The California," Em-
ma street 1916-3ia
Dr. Wm. G. Rogers,
SURQbON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
REMOVEDto new office, 1146 Ala
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Hours. 9 to 12, 3 to 5:30, 7 to 8; Sun
days, 9 to 11.
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MEN BETTER THAN MOTORS
Tho substitution of motor bicycles
for motor tandems. In middle illstancs
or other pared races, cannot be con
sidered as eminently satisfactory.
They are. of course, more or less of a
noelty, but, Judging from experiences
In Boston nnd In New York, the have
caused tiresome waits and delajs, says
tho Boston Herald. The rac-egolng
public Is to h" congratulated In halng
this radical departure made at .he
clote, rather than at tbe opening, of
the season. While the motor bicycle
i.innot be considered u sucievs on large
tracks, they can be utilized 0u ten laps
In Justice to this stjle of paceniak
Ing, It must, however, be admitted that
It Is nt present In Its Infancy, and that
It nu) be dm eloped nnd become as
biitlsfiutory us motor tandem pace.
An argument for the Introduction of
the single motor as it pacemaker on a
large track Is the saving In expense.
Its alue cm the small track Is recog
nized. Muny of the smaller tracks,
notably the one In Mndli-un Sipiaro
Harden, nre not safe for miitrir tan
dems. The motor bicycle bus not as a rule,
pioved as speedy as the tandem. Tbeiu
docs not Mem to b mij greater ele
ment of nifctj In tin- single than thern
Is In tliu double mm him- on a laigu
track. The rldeis have not had good I
success in roiieiwing nujcii- pac" nicy
do not gel the same degiee of assist
ance. Tbe men on the single mollis, on
the occasions when they have been I
used In llilsi lclnlt, have been pad
ded out of all ii-usun. This padding of I
the racing suits of the pacemakers re-1
ducetc the Interest of the spuit. Tho'
picture presented of a man weighing
150 pounds, so padded that be lesem
blcs n small giant, perched upon a sad
dle raised nbuvo the frame of tbe .ma
chine, lb hardl) tbe right thing. It has
Its comical tide.
Tbe trouble with the ljlc)cle motor
Is practically that encountered when
motor tandems were Mist Introduced,
nnd may be obviated with Improve
ments In the machines, now not much
beyond the experimental stage.
The Capitol and Polite teams will
pUy the first game of bnsebull on the
I Maklki recreation grounds tomorrow
i afternoon, beginning ut 1 3d o'clock.
The second game, which will be be
I tueen tbo E. 0. Hall ami Custom
I House teams, will play as soon as tbo
Qrst game has been finished.
It Requires Nerve to stand the stinln
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion of the body. These,
pains ale quickly stopped by the use
of PEIIHY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
The relief Is Immediate, and lasting. Do
not suffer n moment longer but Ube tho
Pain-Killer as dltcUcd. Aold substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-KIUor, Per
ry Davis". Price 25c. and 30c.
Health Board Victorious
When It looked most llkoi
going Into the courts for settlement,
the Asylum stone crusher dispute came
suddenly to a peaceful end. It did
this through a graceful surrender of
the Issue's by the Superintendent of
Public Works, although ne had the
Governor backing his resistance to the
Board of Health's demand up to th
Governor Dole, Superintendent of
Public Works J. II. Boyd and Treasur
er W. 11. Wright met the Board of
Health by appointment yesterday af
ternoon. Dr. Sloggett, president, opened the ,
proceedings with the following re-.
w n tLn
aentlemen:-Tho Superintendent of
.Mi, w,w h,.vin nn.m.H n, h..
Public Works having notified me that
Governor Dole and himself were desir
ous of meeting our Board tq discuss
the matter of the "rock crasher," in
accordance with your Instructions I
Informed Superintendent Boyd that
this Board would be pleased to meet
Governor Dole nnd himself at our regu
lar weekly session to be held this af.
ternoon. So I will now ask the Gov
ernor as senior official of tbe govern
ment, to give us his lews as our Board
has already plainly stated Its view
and made the request to the Superln-
tendent of Public Vorks that the rock'
crusher and blasting oneratlons car-'
.(..I ah ..!,.. tlw. na.1..i ,nul
,reads,.aDt oTeo u7h"ai
Injury and distress to tbe Insane uncloj
Governor Dole suggested that a com-1
promise might be made, saying: I
"I look at the matter In this light,
Mr. President. By the location of the
rock crusher upon Its present site, the
product of road material is greatly In
creased, nt u much lessened expense.!
There is great amount of road building
being done In that neighborhood, and
l the rrwV rrnuhor lo r.mr.w.1 l u,,m
other location. It will greatly Increase
the expense of widening these roads,
I nm In hopes that the trouble ot tho
nsylum may bo lessened, without going
t.t ihn avtunin nt .nmntlna llin nMi.lin
tn nn,H.pn t.nlli.- .1.1.1, ,,,.! I, ,.t
great expense and which Is almost lm- IceUed from these physicians. Dr. Wal-
,.,ihi. .t ti.u n...i nm. i.no.,u'ter nl,i thnt Hip -p mnnv rl,
h.. ciirnin..n l al.nr, nt fn'nrtu
"It Is my Impression that the asy-
mm lutlentH an. not o much Intiireit
as iieople think by these noises, and
the prejudice, against the c-rushcr Is
due chiefly to the blasting. 1 was at
the asylum during the operation of tbe
crusher, and I failed to find that tho
patients noticed the noise to any great
r , -
extent, or were In any way affected by
It. This lcw Is strengthened by ru-
poits I haw recehed from Dr. Walters
and Dr. Herbert, formerly tn charge
of the asylum, and neither of whom
were able to say that any Injury had
been caused the Inmates by the Joca-'
tlon of the quarry, their position being
that the crusher was theoretically ob
jectionable. The blasting in the first
stage of th education of the quarries
there, was so close to the usylum as to
be serious, and the- occasional dis
charge of stone into the usylum
grounds wuh something uot to by toler
ated. The men hue been working
away from the buildings quite gradu
ally, and am uow some distance away.
If the methods of blasting wen- modi
fied, I am of the opinion that Injury
rieini that cause would be considerably
lessened. By using deep blasting, thus
diminishing Urn nurfuce concussion, the
tiouble might be remedied to a great sound of a hammer Is forbidden. The
extent. 1 was In hopes that by a re- locution of the rock crusher at present
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Mine, ltcglui lteuglfo. who Is soon to marry M, Eugene Thlebaut, recently
counecled lth Hit- I'll nidi emlinssy In Washington, Is the daughter of James
L. Bnilinur, a wealthy citizen of Washington, Her first husband, who died
kcmt.iI years ngn, n the cllplniii'itlc rt'iircsentntlvo In Washington of the
Colombian gim-rmuc-ut. M, 'llilelniut Is now first secretary of tho Fiencb
embassy In llerue, Sult.ciland, but Is soon expected to return to Wusblngtou.
adjuntment of the works, the noises i
could be very much diminished.
"There Is a reasonable probability
that the asylum may be removed to
some other location. I am In favor o!
a change of location for the aS)lum,
ns the number of patients will Increase
with the Increase In population, and
the grounds should be larger to be
come of more use and benefit to the In
mates. It would be a great help to
the Insane, If the grounds were large,
enough to give room for recreation,
and for a variety of employment to
those equal to It, thus Interesting
them and assisting to a possible
The demand for stone Is rapidly In-
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'Transit lines are extended In th di
rection and the road widened, th
quarry will be ery much needed, I
am hopeful that a compromise may be
effected, which for the time being will
be satisfactory to all parties." '
"Do I understand ou to sa), asked
Dr. Sloggett, "that you do not consider
me rocK crusner injurious to patients7 '
"I should say, not at present, re- acoustics of the room, combined with
sponded Oovernor Dole, "though psr-'tbc rattle of vehicles outside prevent
haps theoretlcaly It Is." I lng much of the Informal parts of th
Mr. Mott-Smlth said tbe Hoard would
be glad to rerehe the Governor's
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"Have iou seen Ihe letters written
to the Board by some of the phjsl-
clans, Drs. Malster, Herbert and Wal-
ters?" asked Dr. Slogett, who there-'
upon read extracts from the letters
relatUe to the effect of noises upon1
the patients of the asylum.
"I hate." responded the Governor,1 P,a,lenJ' faying In answer to a qucs
hut th- rn,t. romnii, ihnt thax, .in n." 'hat It was half a mile away.
snv nnv Inliirv wan nntlcenhln. ,.p tViat '
the number of cures was diminished
b the proxlmlt of the crusher. I
hae several letters from Drs. Herbert
and Walters, or rather answers to som?
nilPStlnnU I liulrt-d thpHI." fp TlnlA tlion
' read from Ihe reannnspo he hurt re.'
iwhlch mlirht hnie hpen Imnraipitt that
the blasting was most Injurious, hut In
no cases hud nnv marked dcvelnnmenta
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folloned. Dr. Herbert had written
that he hud nu idea the situation
would be so serious when the plant
ns ArBt erected, but that he had seen
large rocks thrown about the grounds,
' Since Ihen the patients had become
.used to It, and'some of them appeared
to like the noises. Dr. Herbert also
stated that the present quarters of ths
asjlum were too small, and It should
j he given a larger area, ns It would
surely be needed with an increase In
Dr. Sloggett quoted Dr. Herbert
and Dr. Walters against themseltes In
reply to the (iiermr.
Mr. Mott-Smlth stated the Board's
position to be that the opinion ot tbe
medical men should tie accepted as
final. "The question of the removal of
the asylum Is not before us now, and
we cannot take that up before the ap
propriation Is aallalile. The opinion
o fthe physicians Is more than theory,
and should be given due consideration.
The opinion of Dr. Mays, who has had
seven years' experience In caring for
the Insane, Is especially strong. He
soys that In some asylums, even the
Is n source of embarrassment to the
Board of Health, nnd we want the so
lution of the problem."
Mr. Boyd 1 suppose the sound of
repairing at the asylum would be In1
Jurlous to the patients?
Mr. Mott-Smlth I suppose, so. The
blasts would be that much more harm
Mr. Boyd You people look only on
the one side of the question.
Dr. Cooper renewed the request for
a statement of the nature of tbe corn-
promise already suggested,
Maps of the site of the crusher were
re-.then spread out before the Board and
earnestly discussed,, without getting
any nearer to a settlement.
Oovernor Dole asked the rclntlvo
cost of getting rock from the asylum
crusher and from other quarries. Mr,
Boyd replied that rock could be token
out of the aslum quarry at CO cents a
load, while the cost of transportation
from the next nearest quarry was f?
The final skirmish ran something
like tne following report, the bad
conversation from being heard dls
tlnctly at the press table:
J? ."-What would be tho
" " . ' renting ,nu r0CK
Mr. Boyd-lt I, not a matter of r.
uv-ug u. out to wnere it can lc re
moved. It Is the best quarry we ban
ot for road material. Where we are
Quarrying now belongs to the Bishop
Mr. Dole I think we gave some land
i0 tUB Bishop Estate for It.
Ir Byd &ked If the blasting In
tbc Mutch quarry was Injurious to ihe
ur- S'Oggt did not think It would
? nl"f'" ' "" distance, but added
"at certalnlj where the government
'M blading now It was Injurious, and
,n ""JJ rn4e ,wo W,0D'S4 dii not tnakc
JIr- Boyd Where the land Is made
u" f ;""''" of ,ro:k " s na,llr,a' ' 'f;
Pl't that people wanting roc k should
l;Slc tl- auarry. The goternniect has
Pmlislon from tbe Bishop Estate to
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Would the Board of Health Interfere
with blanlng for that purpose
Dr. Sloggett thought there would bo
no trouble oter transient operation's at
such a distance.
Mr. Boyd When the rock crusher
'a so1" ".",! 8nou,1'1 ,'''1 l)rs' Hcr
bert and Walters should hae raised
Dr. Slosgett The doctors did not
then knov the full nature of the oper
ations contemplated. That was a cliff'
ent Board of Health ana.. Tbe
opinion cf the medical men of this
Board and a majority of the medical
men of this town Is that the woiks are
highly Injurious to Mie patients. Wt
dvlse you that they are Injurious.
Mr. Boyd We move the plant away
In two yeart hence It Is found nd Us
able to remove the Asylum?
Dr.. Sloggett You may keep tho
crusher there pro Ideel oil do not work
Mr. ilot-Smlth made a remark about
finding in ldeal spot for the Asylum,
and Mr Boyd asked If the Board might
'not look around for such a situation.
Dr. Cooper said an nsjlum site
should e n'aln ten or fifteen acres. Mr.
Dolo bating icmarked the probability
of an Ineri-ase of putl'nts. Dr. Cooper
said, "C rtalnly, the population Is In
creasing xll the time."
Mr noie I will advise with Mr.
Boyd to If we cannot find a place
r tho retnNiii of this crusher. We do
not wan o keep It there.
Dr. fal iggrtt, Ciin Mr. Ilo.ul say he
can Men ' u ia. clear to stop ih oper
ations' Mr. -it il We ennnnt stop road
Dr SlWgett We must then endea
vor to "lie the crusbii stomied.
Mfnsm Dole nnd )od both spoke
of tner' King a quantity of material
blasfe-c rlih ought to be winked up,
, while Pijitt said the road super
visor ,aU irjPheutiil the quuntlt as
I enougn to Scee-p the crusher going three
. or fun Ujt.
Dr 'Liggett propose d to take a lotu
of the D.,. id on the question of taking
step to e tne crusher stopped at
Mi On d at this Junctuio said bo
j did nut icHii! to stop the ciushei un
til the uucerfnl on hand was seemed.
Dr hi ggrtt Will jou, after )ou
have net up the rock ready for
crushing itoji the- opuatlons?
I Mr B jd fndei the elicumstumes
land 'een-g foi the health of those
people -i wiping tilnt ti1(1y Ifc,iura
qjilet, ii they uie like ehlldien I
feel It h -he duty of eeiy government
official to puent anthlng that would
do them harm. Therefoie. whtn th
I materia uow out Is worked up the
i crusher t'l be stopped I give jou this
assurnne (Pauso.) This must be
understand howeier, that when the
f,..pii. .vmui jh remoteii i nopi- jou
will gle ii pe-ruilshjnn to resume oper
A vop -f thunks wus passed to the
(lover or the Siineilniemleni or n.ii,.
i He Wor1-.- nil tho Trensiiier feu their
uicenuaoif .Mr. fjoid, bowing his
adieu relinked. "I bone thee ulllnii
i aide of six mouths."
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the first club organized to play it was
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a pound of wltyo for u pound of oats.
At least half of the usual feed of grain
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Wm. G. Irwin. .President nnd Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Girrard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Wnttnoy, Jr. . . .Trcas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
CommlsHlon Agents .
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
C. BREWER & CO., LTD.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T, II.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomca Sugar Co..
Honomu Sugar Co., Wallaku Sugar Co.,
Mnkeo Cogar Co., Halcukala Ranch Co.,
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco,
Packet; Chas. Bcrwer efc Co.'a Lino of
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C, M. Cooke, Prtsldent; George
Robertson, Manager; E. P. Bishop,
Treasurer nnd Secretary; Col. W. E."
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLUU .
The Lancashire Insuranco Co.
Tho Balolso Insuranco Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc. '
- Bruce Cartwright
General Manncor of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of the United StatcB for the Ha
0fflce, : Merchant St. : Honolulu.
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