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KVEN1NU BULLETIN, HONOLULU. I! T , THURSDAY, Fnn 13, 1902,
SltunlloiiH iind Help Wnntcd
WANTED Situation ns s-ilcsman,
clerk or freight clerk, have born In
business ten years, references Ail
ilreBB J. K . llullotln olllce, C0C2 lw
YOUNG mail would IIUo to do book-
keeping for two or threes small i
firms; references. Address I), Bul-j
letln office. 20C0 lw
Ads In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion .. 15c
Per line, two Insertions 25c
Per line, one week , . 30c
Per line, two weeks . 400
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the people of Honolulu.
MONEY TO LOAN Wo havo $1200
to loan for three )ears nt 9 per ecnt
Interest. Security wanted is first
mortgage on Improved realdenco
property. Vcldrcss M 1' O box
No. CG9, Honolulu. 2000 3t
SPECIAL NOTICE Honda furnished
to any amount for tlio man holding
position as guardian, postufflco offi
cial or an) other position of tnut.
Honolulu Investment Co 2031 tt
NOTICE TO BUILDERS The Union
Express Co. has WHITE BAND FOR
SALE. 1513 if
WANTED Kerbody to know that
the Canton Marine luxuinnce Co
olllce Is at Honolulu Investment Co
WANTED 5"0 men to shave for 15c
Jeffs, 43 King St, flvo white bar
btrs. 2011 tf
FOR SALE Cheap furniture for set
en loom bouse, in lots to suit pur
(baser, leaving (It), no reasonablo
offer refused Call thlid house Irom
Alapal on Klnau J0G2 tf
FOR SALE 1'nrm of 10 acres, with
house, nil Improved nnd fenced, at
Houoknn, Hawaii, J13U0 Hutuc and
lot, Kcwalo, 50x100. vo House
nnd lot, King St. t,ul.'u, MU00
part mortgage, part cash. Lease
hold, 20 j ears on King S( near 1.1
llha, 77x200. One flue gentle driv
lug horse, suitable for any lad)
$1500 to loan on good urlt) In
qulry S Decker, with W W Wright,
King, (or bouth St
FOR SALE Cheap, fuiultuie for sev
en loom house, with privilege of
.renting leaving dty, no reasonablo
ufttr refused Call thlid houso Irom
Alapal on Klnau OoJ lw
FOR SALE Reclining rubber tired
go tart, almost new. Enquire 151,5
Fort St 2058 lw
FOR SALE At a bargain cholco lot
of ferns, palms, croteus and other
plants Enquire 123J Young street,
Wnlkikl of Pllkol JOoU lw
FOR SmLE it libber tired go cart al
most new. Enquire lit,; Ion St.
20 3S lw
FOR SALE CHEAP 18 )car lease of
newly built cottages and 1 newly
built stable ((,0x50 feet) on Pauoa I
road near bridge with following In
(luded; 0 lino horses, 1 suriey, l
new had;, 2 pair single harness, 1 '
pair douulu harness, 1 carriage pole
A bargain nt $33UO Inquire of JOS.
TRIAS. Fort Street, opposite Hack
fcld's. 2031 2w
FOR SALE House and lot, deslrablo
location on Prospect Street, nnd
commands lino view of ocean from
Diamond Head to Wulanao inoiin
talus Houso has 70 Toot veranda
nnd contains following rooms Dou
ble parlor, dining room, three bed
rooms, pautiy, kitchen bath room
and water closet. Stables and ser
vants' quarters on premises. Yard
laid out with fruit trees, some of
which are bearing Size of lot ICOx
120 feet. To bo sold on easy terms
Inquire of JOS. TRIAS, Fort Street,
opposlto Hnckfeld's 2051 2w
FOR SALE Horse and phneton, horso
gentle, good under saddle, phuetoq
, almost new, K C. B., Bulletin.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
FOR SALE Old papers, 10c a b'indle
Apply at this offito 2035 tf
TO LET Two nlicly turnlnlird rooms
clot.e to Rapid Transit It R power
house The Balnioial Sil oung
St. 20uS lw
TO LET Offico in Boston building,
next to Y. W. C. A looms, suitablo
for dressmaking parlors Apply
loom 408, Boston building.
TO LET Seven room cottage at 777
Fort St, near Vlnejard. Enquire at
Honolulu Hotel 2000 lw
TO LET Three handsomely furnish
ed looms, now home. 1325 Hero
tanla, cor Keeaiimoxu.
TO LET Furnished front loom, also
barn -villi comfortable sleeping
rooj attached 130 Ltinalilo near
Pensneola 201,1 lw
TO LET rurnlsucd room, with or
without board. In a pnvato family
In town Iuqulie at Bulletin offico
TO LET Five loom eottnirp ntt Wnl
klkl road between Hopkins and
Bishop switch Immedlato posses
sion. Appl) Hawn. Trnmwnvs or i
lice, Fuuahou 2H0I tr
A RESPECTABLE lady can Becuro a
centrally located room by addisss
lug K. L., this olllce. noferctic-3
exehanred, 2s lw
iO LET Nowly furnished rooniB, sin
glo or en suite, first-class table,
board, hot and cold wntor olectiic
lights, etc. 1270 Boretnnla St.
TO LET Furnished room, with or I purpogea a specialty. Particular atten
wlthout hoard; electric lights, otc. Hon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
727 Lunalllo St. 20C0 lw executed ut chortest notlco.
i iuli wanted.
Ads. will be Inserted PRHE.
WANTED Immediately, first class
barber Jeffs 43 King St.
WANTED German girl to do general
household work and earo for chll
dren Mnry, llullotln olllce.
TO LET Kcsldcnco of J. Cassldy,
Wnlklkt, furnished good bathing,
vacant Jaminry 10th. Apply Water-
bouso At Pod more, llclhcl and King.
TO LET Furnished rooms at Sirs
McConnrls, (larden lane 2055 tf
TO LET A good four room cottage,
with kitchen, bath room and modern
plumbing, on slopo of Punchbowl,
good garden and excellent lew of
It) nnd ocean Apply to A H. 11
Vie Ira, 1111 Miller St., aboo Punch
TO let cottages on school St. nr.
Nutianu, Ju and $17. On Insano
Asjluni road, $12 50 nnd $C50. P.
E. 11. Strauch, 32 Campbell block,
31C Fort St 2051-lm
TO LET lloomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water ami all modern
Improvements. lall at Silent Bar
ber Shop 2019 tf
FOR RENT I-nrgo furnished room,
with use of kitchen, also other
rooms Fort St Home, cor Vine
nrd 205S lw
FOR RENT Furnished rooms, en
suite with ptlvllego of light house
keeping. 714 Fort St 2038-lm
ROOM AND BOARD.
NEWLY furnished suite, large, nlry
rooms, tamo board If desired 144
Ileretanla St. Is2w
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Tort St.;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonablo 1930 tf
LOST A wallet with 10 shares of N,
S 0 W stock in name of I J.
Peterman and other papers. Ho
turn to Club Stables. Reward.
LOST On road around Diamond Head
blown leatlur purse marked TO,
nnd containing keys, etc Reward
If icturned to llullotln olllco.
LOST A black alligator pockctbool;
containing $10. papers nnd receipts,
between Ileretanla and Nutianu or
i:mma or Vino) aril. Stamped V. J
(lallagbcr Inside. Finder return
lug same to this olllco enn keep
monc). 2s lw
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to havo Block
sufficiently Insured Honolulu In
vestment Co leprescnt four of tho
strongest fire Insuranco companies.
FOUND Imperial blocle on Kins St
Sundn) night Owner can have
same by proving property nnd p. y
Ing cost of ndvirtlBlng Inqulie it
thin olllre 20(7 tt
FOUND Insuinnce ngalnst the ln -k
ago of plate glass at The Ikmolulil
Investment Co 2031 tf
Surgeons, Physicians and Dentists.
SURGEON AND SPECIALIST.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Exclusively
RE.MOVLD to now offico, 1140 Ala
Ma Street, opp Hawaiian Hotel.
Hours, 9 to 12, 3 to 5.30, 7 to 8, Sun
da)s, II to j..
Dr. Archibald fl. Sinclair.
TCIX "HONES i
Ouncs, Mm tSj
HOUR"! II A M TO I. P M I
. 1 TO J V, M . 7 TO I r. M.
BOX Sol SUhOArS It tP M
A. 0. WALL, D.D.S.
0. E. V7ALL, D.D.S.
Love Building, Tort Street
Hours 9 to 4. Tolcphono Mnln 320
B. T. DRE15R
Contracting and Consulting Electrical
Engineer. - Plans, Specifications
and Estimates Prepared, - Dealer
in Electric Supplies,
OFFICE Room 8, Magoon Dldg.
TEL. BLUE 281.
B. W. Ouinn,
I'atponnfio of Otvncrx, At-cliltcctu
unci tiulldcrs Kollcttccl.
1168 Union St, Phona, Main 394
iionolnla Iron Works.
Improved and modern SUOAH MA
CHINKHY of over)- capacity and de
scription mads to ordor. Boiler work
nd ItrVETED PIPES for Irrigation
BUSINESS DIRECTORY "
F. M. DROOKS ..ttornoy, rooms 9 10,
Spreckels bldg , Tel Mnln 341.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
htimnnu St ; Tel 181 Main.
J M. DAVIDSON Attorney nt-Law,
109 Knahumaiiu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney nt
law Knnhumanu St.
. M. LONG Offices 333 Campbell
bldg . Tel Main 278.
KING ST. SHAVING PARLOrlS
King St opposlto the You..,'; build
ing, three barbers In attendance
Chnncs Moltcno, proprietor
E. J. WALKER Coffco Broker; room
4, Spreckels bldg.
C. A. COWAN 1180 Union St. opp.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
MCDONALD & LANQSTON Contract
ors nnd Builders; llo8 Union St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE &. SUPPLY CO.
Flno carriages, wagons, harness
and whips; Ileretanla near Fort St.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO.
ELtxS BUILDING, CIO Milter Street,
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores.
23 27 Hotel St. nnd cor. Tort & Hotel
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. G. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr.J Com
mcrclal Law and Adjustment Agon
cy, rooniB 10-10 Magoon bid 1'ci. 328. i
DR. ALBERT E. NICH-.S Dentist;
1154 Alakca St , offico hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts ; gas
administered, painless extracting.
DR. C. B.
HIGH Phlla. Dental Col
Mnsonlc Tcmplo; Tel. 318.
DR. G. W. RAYMOND Room 3. Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. T. MOTONAGA 40 Bcre'tnnla SL;
offico hours 8 a m. to 4 p. m.
W. BEAKBANE Cam engraving nnd
stnmplng; room 2, i. .to bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCEL DELIVERY
Ilclhel St . opp Wavcrley blk.; Tel.
021 Blue; pkgB called for nnd dcl'd
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Raggngo express
and dra)ngo; Tel. Whlto 921.
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil and
dectrlenl engineer office, 1313 Wil
der Ave , Tel 3441 Blue
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Fort St , near Kiikul C.rocorlos,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
GOEAS Berctnnla nenr Emma
Tel 2312 Blue.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Wnlty- 712 Fort St, Orphcum blk.:
Tel 081 Blue.
F AVEIROS Groceries;
Walklkl of Emma St
Send thf LJfUlv Hlt!nn .f h llnl. '
letln to your friends. Only $1 a year. '
KISSING THE BADY.
The jioet has told ns how
tlllnpq tyn wrnni, liv "n jlrl tn ,l..nt.
.... ii . I .. , , V V, ' l" """"T or tne nencnts or a pro
or a klBs too long The Indon Hos- tectlvc tariff, writes Sercno E Pavne.
pltal ent.rs an emphatic piotest, in the International Monthly. Wo In.
against the kissing of and by children, ported nenrly nil of them from Sv.it
When In aims they are kissed, and zerland Since watches were a luxury
when they go to school tho training inmosed n ilntv nl in nr ,i ,i
anchs io mem, nnd leaclB to endless
"."".- i " iiospi a
i..Ti.b. T1,010'1 ' " c children aro
biougbt up to kiss whatever they lovo
-a miicl) eonvciitlona mono of ex-
P,2 nm "'i'' "." ,l"'5' V, Va.Ch ,,U'r
,, ii ,r I"' tc,n'Mn? '" r.",i,r"
,,Ll f i nltlnate embrace Inrec
,n ?i., ' """," '"" 'lM;m " 3
J,? 1 1 ,' . i T 8ay tlm,t,.a, m?,,h
I should not kiss her own child. Her
baby Is part or herself, and wo jup
Z "um!"!l',t m ""?Ul '" IU U.?W
Ikes with It. a though even a mother
"" 0"' !" ''l ".at her cohh.
and sore throats are distinctly catch-
ng But for strangers to kiss a baby
' I'lj"' of nbomlnablo linportlnenco
The whole business ought lo bo put n
..!!.,, , , , ,
The very antithesis or sail tniy de
,ency"and "an unrorg.vab.e sanitary
r' ,,." ?...h',,,T..,?I,,i"' ,',,tl,c:r !,pl,l,"U
"'"" n iiuniuiui iiijniea cu euu cuh
Honolulu Investment Co
Ileal Estate and
A. V. Gear President
Henry Smith Vice President
Emmett May Secretary
J. H. Fisher Treasurer
J. D. Holt )
W. G. Ashley JAudltors
T. E. Wall )
PROPERTY BOUGHT AND SOLD;
LIFE, FIRE, MARINE AND PLATE
CITY SHOEING SHOP J. W. McDon
t nld, Fort St., opp Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts , Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
8t , opp, Club Stabies, P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN
Tel 290 Main
King St., near Fort;
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg jeweler nnd
wntchmakcr, 530 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg ; latest In novelties.
nt tho PANTHEON SALOON.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SER
VICE Union SL nr. Hotel.; Tel.
ANNI8 MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon, 1024 Beretn
ELLI3' HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB
Music furnished; Metropolo Ho
tel, room 12, Alakca St.
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
ments; studio, l,ovo bldg. Fort St.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel 204 Main.
MRS. HANNA rort St., next to Lovo
bldg ; choice lino of new millinery,
trimmings, etc., agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN i aiming nnd paper
hnnglng. Territory Stnblcs. King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear. Noso and
Thoat, offico nt E)o nnd Ear Infirm
ary, Alakca St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HODGINS Eve. Car.
Noso nnd Throat only; office Alakca
St., lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
offico hours 9 a m to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM,
-520 Ileretanla Ave , Tel Blue 3351.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
ileretanla Ave . Tel niuo 821.
JUDD S. CO., LTD. Building lots nnJ
rosldeims for snle; 307 Stangen
vvald bldg. Tel 223 Main.
M. G. SILVA Agent for renl cstato
also to grnnt mnrrlago licenses;
58 M-rchnnt St; Tel Main 115.
PRIMO DEER is good If It Is kept
right. Try It.
,it tno I'ANTHEC
AMY LENNOH Stenography and
typewriting; 13 Knnhiimami SL
E. MORIKUCHI A Hotel St.. nr Nil
unnu Felt straw panama hnts
ALBERT DERNDT Tnllorlnc and re
pairing. Elks bldg, 010 Miller St.
GROTE A CRAMER Tnllorlng nnd
repairing, Fnlon ne-ir Hotel St
I A nw?Turitrw- ,-.-.-
chronometer mnVor- 71 Merchant Rt,
HOW ONE INDUSTRY GREW.
The watch Industry well Illustrate
-ii .- ..... . ..
Then It wns that Ameilcan
enterprise took tho matter up A far-
t0ry was built, a few foreign vvntdi-
makers were Imported ns teachers,
nn.l the bovs fiom tho neighboring
fnrms n'"1 vlll!"";B "l t loam
the notorious and delicate handlciaft
,,r watchmaking The American bo)s
'cr" nnlok to learn, and as often hap
'ons' ""'" '"'t satisfied until thoy
)vllow nl010 n,J011t ,10 gul)cct ,,,
' TI,U1 fnllowo'' "" Wfnr 'fn"'"" "'
musce and the ovei present desire to
0!liplov thp 1)lnl ,', taK
Oradually the thought was woiked out,
,. , llrn u developed delicate m
,thlnery with muscles of Iron nnd
nerves or steel, enpablo of making tho
flno mechanism of tho witch. Tho
,,,ni,i ....., .in.. .,...
ronman hand a'nd moved wth
"ternal pre. Islon that It seemed almost
Imbued with human thought The re
sult was that the delicate parts of a
watch wore produced, with each part
fitting every other pnrt. and when
theso weie nssembled together they
formed n better watch than the hand
of man had over before fashioned Tho
machines multiplied The pileo of! can be made from palal and taio Hour
watches went down almost to n song lespeiliw ly, I beg to submit th fo.
The new witch found Its way linj lowing flguits.
the house or tho Anieilenn Iniiuei and The palal examined was one bundli
art snn It eiosscd the sea oven to',,, 2, Ilom,6 flom a kll Bh1MWi f,dm
S:;l,hcr,"...,",,,.,::..t' r '.-e. etti-mc.,i n,
the American tourist will seo placros
In the windows 'Ameilcan watclie l
sold lie.o' and If ho Inteiviows ihc
rhopl eeper nnd can disguise his in
tloinllt), ho will learn fiom him tint
the "Ameilcan watch Is the best In tho
"Terrible Terr)" McOnvern, tho em
inent elevator of tho btago, has decid
ed to abandon tho contract, nlthough
ho had boosted tho hi a no to such u
height that the footlights wcro solving
as fly Illuminator
"Young Corbett," of Denver, Is con
sidering nn offer fiom a dramatic firm
to appeal In a stage setting of llur
ton's "Anttuni) of Melancholy" Ilnl-
1 il HNS
Proposition of Kinder
REPORT ON THE MERITS
OF FOMIIAKING MATERIAL
Japanese Doctors Pass Muster Pig
pens Id Pauoa Paiai Carry
ing Experiment Various
At jesterdnj's meeting of the Board
of Health the first matter for consider
ation was the examination of sihool
children. Mrs. Harriet Castle Cole
man appeared on behalf of the propo
sition read at the previous meeting,
from the Free Kindergarten and Chil
dren's Aid Association.
Members of the Board present were
Dr. II. C Sloggett. president, Attorney
General 13. I'. Dole, Ficd. C. Smith. E.
A. Mott-Smlth, l)r C. B. Cooper and
Dr. V. M. .Moore, w Ith J. S. II. Pratt,
executive omcer, c, Charlock, sei re-
tary, and C II. Tiac), cltj sanltai)
officer, In attendance.
Mis Coleman being nsked to addiess
the meeting said there was little to add
to the written proposition. It wai Im
portant to have n medical examiner
for the girl pupils of the pchools who
would be able to travel all over th
Islands. The Association was willing
to make tl experiment nnd pay for
Mr. Dole thought It would Lo right to
accept the kind offer of the Associa
tion, provided It were shown lo lm
In answer to Dr Sloggctt's Inqulrj
If there was nny particular huirv .Mis.
Coleman bald Dr. Mary Barr) w.u
talking nbout going away.
The difficulty transpiring In the ills
illusion was that the tegitlatlons re
qulied government phjslclans to ex
amine all scholars within six weeks
nftrr the opening of tho sihool )evr.
To set tho Association's appointee to
work Immediate!) would Involve the
Inconvenience and posstbl) aimu)ame
of a second examination this jcar.
It was dei tiled to take a fortnight for
further consideration, Mis Coleman
accepting nn Invitation to appear again
at that pet led.
A icport was received from Dr
Mooip (onrnrred In by Dr Cooper, on
tl.c le ommrndatlou fioni tho board of
medl-al examiners for licenses to three
Japanese doctors MCKcntccl nt the me-
I v lous meeting It leads as follows.
am of the opinion that the hoard
of medical examiners Is using its befit
efforts to prevent the admission of un
qualified men to pinctlec medlrli.e In
"I also believe that tbej are serious
1) crippled In rcitalu cases, In having
lo cmplo) nn Interpreter.
I also' advise the Boaid of Kealtl
I and coincide with them In their recom
mendations as to applicants to pia t. e
I medicine In this Teirltorj "
It came out In eonversatioi. that
there were fiom fifty to peventv-flv
Japanese phvslclnns holding licenses
to practice In tho Territoi) Since
June 22. 1901 eleven Japanese and nine
white doctors had been licensed The
repoit wns adopted
Dol n Japanese hog miser In Pauoa
vnlle) tent In a pathetic letter iclatlva
to restrictions officer Trac) wanted to
place on his Industry.
Mr Tracy made a statement to the
effect that the petitioner kept hlj
place In more sanitary condition than
others In the same neighborhood Hn
hni bees trjlnc to cccurc the remov il
of pigpens from tho env lions of the
clt) The permits were conditioned on
having the keeping of hogs discontinu
ed nt ten d.i)s' notice.
Mi Dole icgarded the question as
nanowed down to whethr Dol pljt
1.1 mil was dangeious to tho public
health, Ml, Tine) was nil awfull)
good officer and he would like to sup
purt him as fin as the law allowed
President Sloggett did not want ai.v
dlsuimliintlon liable to bilng a Hoot
of lawsuits fiom hog raltcia.
Dis Mooic and Sloggett weie ap
pointed a committee to Investigate the
matter mid report, also to look luta
the keeping of Iiosb along the Wolklkl
beach icmd near Sheridan street Mr
Tiac) had mentioned the growth cf
the Indiihtr) nt the latter plaeo us call
ing far the Board's attention.
Material for Pol.
The following report on the iei,ie
the tnei its of palal and taro Hour fa;
making pol was received fiom E C
Shoic). Food Commissioner.
In compliance with )our icqucst for
a icport on the amount of pol which
',n" '!"",' 1"xa.,;"l,t',1 ,""'""''1 wmnlci I
f"1"1'1'1'1 ,, the malcls '""1 IMcUnra,
me In the market 1 lie
palal was In gooj condition nnJ uu
variation was found In the funi;,b s f
'1 ho molbtuie nnd solid content of tin,
samples weie found to he:
Peiccir IV cc i
Palal ,2 SI j7 10
Taro Horn . . I.'js ; 7
I'cd us found In the mnit," v iricn
fion mcilttuie 80 per cent an i mjII.I
.1 pei cent to moisture M, pe nt ir
solids 14 per cent It Is evident Hint
p-ovlded pol of the same moiiiui. ji,
tent Is made in each case, It m.ics no
difccicucc lu the ulutlw nn.uums of
pal.il and tnro flour requlr-i. lo make
the enmo amount of pot, whpthcr pol
of high or low moisture, content H
Taking pol of average molittiro con
tent viz. moisture 83 per ent and
solids 17 per cent, wo hnvo llio follow
1 lb palal will make 2 18 lbs. pol
21 lbs palal will make ...45.78 lbs. pol
1 lb. taro flour wilt make . 5.10 lbs. pol
And from this It follows that to mako
the same amount of the samo kind of
pol ns can be mado from 21 pounds of
palal requires 8.87 pounds taro flour.
Fatal in bundles of 21 pounds each
costs at the Settlement 92 cents per
bundle, so that other tilings being
equal taro flour to bo on an equality
with palal In cost would have to bo
furnished at 10.3 cents per pound.
The report wns ordered accepted nnd
placed on file.
Mrs, McConkey wrote Hint her hus
band, who has been laid aside with
pneumonia, would bo able to resumo
bis duties as government physician
for Makawao In two weeks.
E. S. Holmes, sanitary Inspector for
Hllo, rendered his report for January
Sixty-six oiders had been given nnd
the same number obeyed. There had
been 501 Inspections. The report was
Sister M. Bonavcnture, supcrlnten
dent of Malulanl hospital, Wallukti.
made her report for January. There
were 4 patients, classified as follows:
Hawaiian, 1; European, 21; Chinese,
1, Japanese. 20; other, 1. Non-paying,
S. ward pa)lng, IS; prlvnto pa)lng, 2;
plantation cases, 10 Receipts, Includ
ing December balance amounted to
$107 43, and expenses to $10120, leav
ing a balance of $1 25 In hand. Out-
side of the foregoing S221 was received
from the Board of Health to pay tho
Sisters and servants.
Cognizance was taken of tho wreck
of the schooner Wnlalua. lately th
Molokat palal packet, nnd It was agreed
to allow Young Brothers who have a
steam launch over there now, to mako
nn experimental trip carr)lng palnl to
the Settlement this week.
Washington, Jan. 23 The Senate
Committee on tho Judiciary today or
deied a favorablo report on a Joint
resolution proposing an amendment to
the Constitution giving Congress pow
er to fix the succession to the Presi
denc) In case of the death or disability
of that officer. The amendment rends.
Article XVI In all cases not pro
vided for by Aitlele II , clause 5, of the
Constitution, where thcio Is no poi
son entitled to discharge the duties ot
the office of President, tho same shall
devolve upon the Vice PresldcnL Tho
Congress ma) l Ian provide for tho
case where there Is no peison entitled
to hold the offlcc of President or Vlco
President, declaring what officer shall
then net as President, nnd such omcer
shall net according!) until tho disabili
ty shnll be lemovcd or a President
shall be elected.
A law was enacted after tho death of
Vice President Hendricks In 1880 au
thorizing the Secretar) of State, upon
tho death or disability of both the
President nnd Vice President, to as
sume tho Presidential duties until
' their successois were elected, tho suc-
I cession to go to other members of tho
Cabinet In order In case of disability
of the senior member. The Secretnry
of Agriculture was not then a member
cf the Cabinet and wns not named In
tho si.crcsslon Since the law was pass
ed there has arisen giave doubt of the
I power of Congress to, under the Con
stitution, legislate on the subject.
i Mail) eminent law) era and authorities
en the Constitution contend that that
, instrument gives Congress no author-
It) to fW the succession and that the
passage of the ait was an assumption
by Cougicus of power which It does not
loasess To set nt lest nny doubt nn
to the legalit) of the succession, It In
proposed to pass the joint resolution
for ratification by the States, adding to
the Constitution the aitlclo conferring
that power on Congicg9
Senator Hoar, chairman of the Judl
clary Committee who wns the author
of the law of 1S80, Is also sponsor for
the joint resolution reported todn),
New Vork Sun
ODE TO BELINDA.
Oh the anguish In ni) brain
Almost dilvlng mo insane;
Oh, the wheels that start to turning In
n.) f.oiel) toi tilled head,
Like tho Inquisition wheels;
And ni) teason shakes and lecls
When Belinda stmts to puirtlcc, houif
hcfoie I m out of be!!
Up and down tho mlnoi scale
In a wild cluomatle gale.
Till I grit ir.) teeth and shudder, ai I
wUli I might he dead!
Oh. there's something doing there
And I tear
When Belinda stirts to prictlct bonis
before I'm out of bed!
One of us must suielv die
And no doubt It will he I'
Tor no mortal can withstand
awful horror overhead
'Tw III be sad to dlo 1 know
But I'm quite icslgned to go
When Belinda starts to practising be
fore 1 m out of bed'
New Orleans Times-Demoeiat
Mis. Ooodsoh' Why Johnny nro
v mi Just going home now ? Youi moth
ers been looking for )Ou all after
noon Johnn.v Yej'm. I know
Mis (loodboli Just think how wor
lled she must be
Johnnv Oh she's near thev end of
her woirvlu lm Jest beglnnln' mine
Phlladelph i Press
1 ' I
RULES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR
Aerial Circuits for Electric Light,
Power or Railway, Telephone or
Telegraph Circuits on Publlo
Roadways and Highways.
In tho construction of aerial circuits
for tho abovo purposes, the following
rules and requirements must bo ob
served on and after this date:
1. Application must bo mado on
proper blanks to tho Superintendent of
Public Works for permission to erect.
2. Uso of poles Is limited to tho pur
pose for which they nro erected.
3. Polos erected within town or city
limits, other than those for electric
railway purposes must not bo less than
forty feet In length nnd twelve Inches
In diameter at butt.
4. Space between poles must not ex
ceed 100 feet.
5. Poles subjected to special strains
must bo properly guyed or braced.
Quy lines are not to be secured to
0. Poles must bo stamped with own
er's name and numbered.
7. Private signal lines must not bo
placed on poles for public service with
8. Where curb lines are established,
poles nro to bo placed Inside of and
tnngont to the curb line.
1. Must bo chamfered.
2. For high potential lines should bo
dipped In oil.
3. When carrying more than two
lines must be braced with galvanized
4". Must bo secured with galvanized
Iron bolts; not lag screws.
5. Whore lines of dead-ended doublo
cross arms must be used.
1. Main conductors for electric light
or power on roads and highways must
not be less than No. G, B. & S.
2. Service wires on roads and high
wa)R must not be less than No 0, B.
& S.; In private grounds, not less than
No. 8, B. & S . nnd rubber covered,
3. Electric light nnd power lines
must bo kept clear of foliage. Supply
companies arc responsible for lines on
roads and hlghwa)s, and owners on
4 The lower limit of wires on roads
nnd hlghwn)s Is that of tho electric
railway trolley wire, twent) ono feet
abovo tho level of tho track.
5. Where wires for various purposes
nro run on tho samo poles, or lines
crosB, tho following order will bo kept,
beginning with tho highest:
(a) Signal wires.
(b) Tolcphono and telegraph.
(c) High potential alternating cur
(d) Arc light.
(o) Low potential alternating cur
lent. (f) Direct current, constnnt potcu
C. Telephono nnd similar wires must
be protected by dead Insulated guard
lions or vvlies from possibility of con
tact with other conducting wires.
Must not ho placed on samo cross arm
with electric light or power wires, and
when placed on tho samo poles with
such wlrqs tho distance between tho
lnsldo pins on each cross arm must not
bo less than twenty-six Inches.
7. Wires crossing flat roofs must
clear samo by at least seven feet.
Wires crossing pitched roofs must
clear rldgo over which they paBs, or
to which they are attached by at least
8. Service wires must bo run as
nearly as possible In horizontal lines
from poles to point of attachment to
!). All joints In all wires must bo
1. All Insulators for high potential
circuits must bo of glass and tiiple
2. Insulators for other electric light
nnd powor circuits must bo glass and
3. Servlco wires for electric light or
powoi, whore secured to the outside ot
buildings, must bo carried on doublo
petticoat, glass Insulators.
Tho term "high potential" covers
any anient between 550 volts and
JAMES H BOYD.
Department of Public Works Hono
lulu, February 10, 1902 20fiS at
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
Notlco Is hereby clvcn that tho ani
mals described below have been Im
pounded In tuo Government Pound ut
Maklkl, Kona. Island of Oahu. and
unless tho pound fees and damages
nro sooner satisfied will be sold ut
the dato hereafter named according to
Feb. 10, 10021 Hay Horse, bianded
similar to u on tho right hind leg.
whlto stroko on forehead, also on
tho hack, right bind leg white, others
Tho nhnvn ntrnveil nnln.nla n nt i.
bold on Satuiela), .Mar. 1, lliuj 12 noon,
If not called for beforn tb, .into mm,.
20" -3t Pound Master.
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