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EVENINO DULtETIN, HONOMILU, H. T., SATURDAY. DEC. 7. 1901.
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A better grade, 72 Inches wide, for 60c per yd.
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Full Bleached, 24x24 Inches $1.75 per dozen.
A Leader, 25x25. Inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth S3 00.
Extra Qualities, 25x25 inches, $3, $3. 50, $4, $4.50
and $5 per dozen
Fringed Napkins, 75c, $1.35, and $1.75 per dozen.
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We have also a good assortment of the
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In sets for round, oval, long and short
square tnbles, with full size napkins to
300 Pieces Assorted
Dimities,Lawns and Batistes
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TO REMOVE SLAUGHTER
HOUSES FROM IWILEI
The Protocols Arranged Yesterday at
a Special Meeting of
the Board of
At a special meeting ot the Board ol
Health yesterday afternoon, the con
sent of the Metropolitan Meat Com
pany to rernovo Its slaughter works
from Iwllel was received. There was
discussion of maps and makeshifts not
a little, but the conclusion was cor
dial between tho Board and the Trust.
Cecil Brown and Ed. Ingham rcpre
scnted the corporation.
K. F, Porter, the pork butcher, made
strong protest against having to move
his establishment on the ground that
It was cleanly and In nowise a menace
to public health. At first he snld ha
would oppose tho edict ot the Board by
President Sloggctt, at the opening ol
the conference, made a statement, ol
the necessity for stopping thfc slaugh
tering business at Iwllel.
Mr. Brown spoke of tho difficulty ol
obtaining a site at Kalihl, where It
was proposed to move. If they were
allowed to dump offal Into the stream
at Kalihl, like other slaughter houses.
they could get a place. He was asked
If they had really tried to secure a
"Yes. we have tried," was the reply.
"We were out there yesterday, bul
property Is held at about $10,000 a foot
out there," Mr. Brown went on with
an Iroulcal smile; "ships arc going to
come up there, you know, and tho wa
terfront Is very valuable.
"If we can get tills fish pond," con
tlnued Mr. Brown with reference to a
map. "we will move within three
Dr. Pratt stated, on the authority
of Surveyor Wall, that there would ba
no trouble. In obtaining a right of way
from the United States authorities for
a drainage pipe across the army reservation.
Mr. Brown, further discussing tho
practicability of a drainage routo past
the fish pond, suggested draining Into
the river direct the same as tho other
Dr. Sloggett did not think It advisa
ble to run Into the river.
Dr. Pratt said there was very little
slaughtering done at the existing abat'
Mr. Brown said two bullocks a day
were killed there, and Dr. W. T. Mon
sarrat, the meut Inspector, added that
tho record for tho last month was J8
Dr. Sloggett was positive tho regain
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Then thero was a talk about the
drainage line. Dr. Pratt said It might
be above ground It the pipe was tight
Jointed, also that the length would In
ubout 1800 feet.
Mr. Brown also mentioned the mat
ter of water supply, saying If It were to
bo artesian there would not be suffi
cient head, to which Dr. Pratt replied
that they might use a gasoline engine
to obtain the required force.
"If we get you that right of way,!'
Dr. Sloggett nsked, "how long will It
take you to move!"
"It will take at least 90 days," ans
wered Mr. Brown. Arrangements Tiad
to be made with the railway and con
sultation held with contractors. In
answer to n remark from the president,
Mr, Brown sold they fully recognized
tbe Importance of the matter. To a
suggestion by Dr. Moore about an
earlier removal of the hides house, the
Metropolitan's representative declared
that the hides was the only portion of
their business that was paying today.
"Can we have a guarantee." conclud
ed Mr. Brown, "that we do not have to
Attorney General Dole answered that
If the new establishment should ever
become a menaco to the public health
It would have to be removed.
Dr. Pratt anticipated no early pros
pect of such a necessity, with the fer
tlllzer works on one side, the army
reservation on the other and the river
In front. Nobody could approach the
site within at least S00 feet.
Mr. Brown suggested the practica
bility of having a reservation set apart
within which all slaughtering of ani
mals for Honolulu's meat supply
should be done.
Dr. Sloggctt replied he did not think
it practicable. The president and,
other members, as appeared from an
interview casually nem witn mem ty
the Bulletin reporter after Ihe meet
ing, seemed to take the suggestion as
Implying a willingness of the Metro
politan Meat Company to take chargo
of all the slaughtering. In other words
they scented a hankering for monop
Mr. Brown's parting remark In this
connection evidently excited suspicion
In another quarter. "We want to do
something for tho pig men." he said
Mr. Porter retorted, "The pig men
can look out for themselves," and
stepping forward uttered a vigorous
protest against having his establish
ment Included In the order ot removal
of shambles from Iwllel.
"Ever since the plague epidemic,"
said Mr. Porter, "I have kept my place
clean. Wlvn I was charged 175 for
whitewashing, 1 bought a spraying
machine. The tide ebbs and flows un
der tho whole building. I defy any
man to find a rat In my building. Tho
fact Hint tho grain sacks have not been
disturbed proves that there arc no rats
Answering Dr. Moore he denied th
prevalence of bad odors about his
place. President Sloggett din not
'hlnk the tide was strohg enough there
to wash anything nway, and Mr. Por
ter concluded, "I don't know wliero
you can rind a cleaner place on tue
Dr. Sloggett at this juncture observ
cd: "We have gained the consent of
tho meat company to move, and 1
think while wo are about It we had
better get rid of all the slaughter
houses. Buildings aro going up In
there all tho time." Here he read the
notices of removal from a former
Board of Health, under Dr. Wood's
presidency, addressed separately to the
Metropolitan Meat Co., tho Wagner
Stock Yards and the pork butchers.
Mr. Dolo wanted to know how many
members ot the Board had visited Mr.
Porter's place and was Informed that
Dr. Moore, Executive. Officer Pratt and
President Sloggctt had been there, also
It was believed Mr. Mott-Smlth. Dr,
Mooro alleged ho saw a rat In the
vicinity, but Mr. Porter did not be
Ilcvo it was on his premises, wliero
Rough on lints was always strewed
Dr. Sloggett nsked If the matter of
hogs might not rest until the arrange
ments with the United States authori
ties were concluded. Answering Mr.
Porter's Inquiry If tho Board" would
give a guarantee against another re
moval, the president said It could not
Mr. Dolo was averse to putting any
body to Inconvenience or expense with
out being sure of good public grounds
for nctlon. Ilcforo he voted on tho
question ho wanted to bo very careful
thnt they wero suro they were right.
Mr. Porter told of what had been
done In San Kranclsco, wliero tho porR
butchers refused to move until they
were given .1 place with a guarantee ol
permanence. When o Attorney Gen
eral again said a guarantee was Im
possible, Mr. Potter spolto of the hard
ship It would be to spend f 1000 In re
moval to Kalihl and, perhaps In about
n year, have someone, complain that
tho establishment was a nuisance and
compel It removal again.
Mr. Brown renewed his suggestion"
that ono reservation for all butchers
might bo made. When the Metropoli
tan Meat Company bought Its present
property. It was with the understand
ing that n time would come when they
should have to remove on account of
tho extension of the rcsldeuco district.
Ho was not afraid that tho same con
dition would bo repeated at Kalihl
for thirty years. In answer to a re
mark that tho slaughter houses had
been at Iwllel for forty years, Mr.
Brown snld It was not so long a period
as that. Still It was mnny years. Pre-
vlously they had been on tho Ward
beach premises. As he roso to leave
tlio room with Mr. Ingham, ho as
sured the president that estimates for
the new works would bo got ready
Dr. Sloggctt remarked, after tho
meat men had left, that tho notice of
removal had been given eighteen
months ago, yet not a thine had been
done until now lu obedience to tho or
der. No nejlon was taken on tho matter
of hog slaughtering, Tho members In
formally discussed tho wash houses at
Iwllel and agreed that certain Improve
ments would have to bo made, Includ
ing cement floors and general cleansing.
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