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nVnNINO BUM.I7rW. HONOLULU. II. T.. THURSDAY, APRIL IT. 1H2.
BOARD OF HEALTH
UNPACKING FOR A
This week wo tiro ready with an entire new shipment
of the prettiest goods over displayed In Honolulu. Another big ship
ment has arrived anu Is now ready for Inspection. These goods nro
all new and of tho latest designs, colors, nnd finish.
These are tho latest fabrics,
Wo have them In black, cream nnd
WAIST PATTERN LENGTHS
IN NEW SILKS
Embroidered in Black
They are the very latest
Tatlicr Wendelln. the Catholic pas
tor at Kalaupapa. has burn denounced
b the Hoard of Health, as a result of
the Investigating committee's Inquiries
along with the remoiul of the physician1
and superintendent. At jestcrdny's
f-ntrt 1 1 n h tHfinlliin (tin tltie-ii ,1 n it ittita-iil llii-i'
fIIIUI IIIVlllll till; 1IUUIII Mil W,ll,t lliv
pause, called for the next Item on the
order of business. .
asylum Quarry Again,
The following letter from the Super
intendent of Public WorkB was read: I
"Department of Public Works. Hono
lulu. T. of II.. April 12. 102
'Honolulu, April 4. 1902.
J S. II. Pratt. Kwcutlw Officer.
"Dear Sir- Your fnior at jestcrdaj
I rtul) received and highly appreciated.
"I will take the liberty to answer
jour question as candidly as It was put
to me. In regard to Mies Marie Leur-
mlnutes of Monduj's special meeting 1)r c sloggctt, President Hoard of I"'11- ttno l to S I" Moloknl and
in wiik il (lie luiiuwmg rciiiiiieiuii. niJ
ed b l)r Cnupi r nnd seconded b I. It.
Isenbcrg, was carried-
"Kcsolud. that the harmony ami
Inteiisls of tho l.epcr Settlement will
be promoted bj the lemoinl of father
Wendelln mid that the Itlght Uev. HuN-
tan. Bishop of Panopolls, be reiitKstcil r,on. i,,-icon and becoming staitnant
io icmove mm rorinuitn ami appoint trom wi.i,.i. stt.nch nrloes. thus Jeo-
"Sir. The attention of this depart
ment has been called to the luaanltarj
condition of some of the streets In the
I'lfth District. I. e. west of Nuuanu
sticam, caused by the water from tho
l late nrniv rain siorm loiiccung in
help the Slsteis,
"1st. The Sisters lle In a community
and thej nie best at home by them
sclws alone, this Is wry natural
"2d The Sisters arc guided In their
woik b one heait and ewry member
of the community understands that and
abides h tills mle.
"3d A stranger, no matter how nine
some other pilest to till the incuiicy pnrdlng the health of those usldlng In nor Intentions might be. can not help
Silk striped nnd fancy linen effects. Come and sec them. They nio
balmy In their softness.
Tho first shipment of NEW SHIRT WAISTS nro to hand. They aro
right (o date and this car's vintage.
There Is nn Immense assortment of ALL OVER LACES, EMBROID
ERIES and TUCKINOS in white, cream and black.
Tho largest and most varied assortment of APPLIQUE TRIM
MINOS and LACES ever brought to tho Islands Is ready for our pat
rons. Tho patterns aro exquisite In black, cream ancT white.
Our LADIES NECKWEAR department has been completely restock
ed with alt tho latest. Somo of the new things consist of laco collars,
bolero effects, escurlal collars In black and cream, new neck ruffs, ap
plique laco collars Arabian effects, silk nnd muslin ties In dainty
shades and many other little dainties.
made there bj. Carried
1)1 II C Sloggctt. piesldent; I)r
W L. Moore. I'rcd. 0. Smith, I)r. C. II.
Cooper Paul It. Isenberg, I: A. Mott
Smlth and Attorney (lener.il Dole con
stituted the meeting Dr. Pratt, exceu
tle iilllier. C. Charlock, secretary; C.
II Ti.icy. cit xaultaiy olllcei , C II.
Hcj nobis, superintendent of Leper
Settlement, nnd Miss Mae Weir, sten
ographer, wcie In attendance.
Resolution o, Condolence.
A committee appointed nt the spe
cial meeting leportcd the following
resolution, which was adopt, d;
"Whereas, our faithful secictarj, C.
Charloik. has lately been bercawd of
his only child, Cllffoid i:imer Charlock.
"Now theicfoie. It Is le Milled that
we. the inembeiM of the Hoard of
I "At the ptesent time this depart
ment lacks proper material to macada
mize these streets to grade and Is also
unable to construct gutters to carry
away rain water or such other water
that may be tin own on said streets by
the occupants of stores and buildings
along the same, and further, there Is a
continual cry from the residents of
that locality on account of the dilapi
dated, nnd In some Instances, almost
Impassable condition of the roads In
the district mentioned.
"I therefore desire to sai that this
department is extremely nnxious to re
neie in.- ci.ii.iuioii in inu kiiki iimnci, taiy. and from Mademoiselle M
but not having any location In the Mel- qun.
nny or incse rcquircii improicmenis
to dlstui h occasionally the unity of ac
Hon which Is the stiength of a com
munity. "In consideration of these reasons I
respectfully ask from the honorable
Hoard of Health to reject the offer of
Miss Marie Lcinqiiln to come to assist
the Sisters at .Molokal
" - - (IILSTAN, lllshop of Panopolls
"lllshop Home. Kalaupapa Molokal,
April 11. 1002.
"J S II. Piatt, M. I)., Honolulu.
"Dear Sir I haw rccclwd jour let
ter of the 3d Inst, with the copies ol
letters from H. K Cooper. Acting Oov-
ernor. trom Thus Hjan. Acting Secre-
in rpnii. I ion- rn r.iv runt I ,nnnn
for nunrilii nnrroscs. 1 haw to ask ...i ...m... ,.. ...- .
Health, tender to him and Ms wife our . .sr.nt of sour honorable Hoard v , i '",""",u"" '" "K ;p "
.hn,n ,.,! i,n.fol. mi..-iil.v In -A"." ".. ?' I. "1 . ." . "'-. -.' Made-mol-elie I.eurquln. Should she be
ii auuw my iieqmriiiicnc eu quarr; nui
sluceic and heart-felt sjmpathy In
their great uflllctlon.
"And be It further icmiIwiI, That n
copy of this resolution be spread upon
the minutes of (lie Hoard, nnd also sent
The Molokal Investigation,
After the leading of trio repoits of
the Molokal lnwstlgatlng committer"
as printed In the Bulletin's second cell
lately closed by tho request of jour
Iloaid, In order that material at wry
little cost to tho gowrument could be
secured to relieve the situation M
department fully appreciates the en
dcaiois of the Hoard of Health to pro-
Hon .wstcrday. a motion was made to te t the patients under their treatment
adopt the majorltj leport ami an m mo usjwm. nnu in oruer 10 lenu as
accented she wnillil lip illfl.iniinlntril In
terlal and crush the same at the gov-1 I10t nn(llnR thp ork glle llcglrcs to ()o
ernment quarry Imcdlately above the; , con8llcr u 1)f6t I10t , nccclt ler ,,,
luniiiiv biuiii, u.H'iuuuii u u iu ii vna ttrcsctlt
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
amendment to adopt the mlnmitj re- Distance to jour Hoard 111 c.irrjlng out
pent. Thcie was but little discussion,
the question liming piob.ibly been de
cided ri inn tlie pe lit 1 meeting.
The motion for the majority report,
that recommended the icmoi.il of Dr.
"SISTi:it MAIUANN'i: "
Dr Oeo. P. Andrews, chairman board
tm dlcat examlncts, wrote rcl.itlw to
the application of the Japanese Medi
cal Society for representation on the
board In the first place he considered
tho matter was not under control ol
the board, nnd secondly It would be a
bad precedent to haw examiners ap
pointed on grounds of nationality. Ills
Ideas were approwd, hut the society
had already been Informed that Its
We have just received a Large
Shipment of Choice POLO and
AUSTRALIAN RIDING SADDLES.
Also POLO STICKS and BALLS.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
HARDWARE AND SADDLERY DEPARTMENT.
Oilier and Superintendent Hej nobis,
It was icitcd to leave the tilling of
the resident phjslcl.in's place to
this laudable desire, should the Hoard
see their way clear to grant the per
mission asked, ewrythlng possible will
be done to r.crrv out anv suscestlon
- ' ill. Ill I. II . U.J Ulill IIIIUI
uini jour iioaru may mauc in crucr i ' pioposltlon could not be entertained
piewnt any bad effects to the patients. i)r. ACXi Koch of Ilrookljn. N. Y.
or Injuij to them or any damage to the conwjed In a letter the Infor.-ntlon
pioperty of the asylum. tilat ,, truatwoithj friend of his bellev-
"In conclusion I desire to expicss the , ed he could cure leprosy. He would
committee consisting of Dia Sloggctt. hope that your Hoard may find It pos- come to the leper colony In Hawaii. II
Moore, Cooper und Pratt
.1. I). McVeigh was nominated for
supcilntcuilcnt. As an application had
been on file, bIiuo the resignation of
Mr. Reynolds was recclwd last jenr.
Horn C. II. Wilson, u ballot was taken
iisiilting In thu unanimous choice of
Ml. McVeigh It was decided he should
take olllcp the first of May.
Mr. Dole said the charges wcie read
two weeks ago In the presence of Mr
Hejiiolds The siipeilntendent went
with the committee to Molokal They
were nil entertained by him nt th.i
guest house Mr. Itcjnohls r.ewr had i
single wold to say about hlc ease, not
withstanding he knew the effoits niaile
slide to grant the permission as nboie pioilslon were made for the support of
requested, the same to extend owr a Ills family while ho was absent from
period of not mote than six months. I home, and try his remedies on tho
"Very respectfully. i ground. Like the writer, the dlscnv.
"JAS II. HOYD. crer of the cut c was a Heidelberg grad-
"Superintendent of Public Works." uate.
Piesldent Sloggctt could see no' Mr. Dole, on n suggestion by Dr
e hange In the reasons that had prompt. I' that no appropriation for such u
ed the former action of the Hoard.
Hook could be proctned elscwheie, nt
n cost of not more than $3000. He had
a letter on the subject fiom a local en
Dr Moore held It to be the Bnme old
question. Hither the lock ci usher bad
to go or the asjlum.
Mr. Mott-Smlth said thej had pasted
PER S. S. "ALAMEDA"
New Line Golf Shirts
very latest In the market.
SILK AND CRAPE SHIRTS. PONGEE
Iff 11 SILK F0R SUITS direct from ,hB M6"'1
g' DIG LINE OF KIMONAS. - -
liolilnnon lllbck, Hotel Street.
General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries
Japanese Provisions, etc ;...
' lilirnnCR u.lu ntnllnlilev until n imilv
MiniiM not be made on that ground.
"If we weie full of inonej." snld the
I Attorney Renernl, "we could not send
for the man without knowing some
thing dcllnitc about his remedies."
I On motion of Dr. Cooper It was lot
cd to icplj that It the remedies weic
furnished and found not deleterious in
nature experiments would be made
with them, the Hoard preserilug strict
(onllileiue ,i to their composnion mid
mannei of using them.
Dr. Pratt explained the need for a
reilscd edition of the Hoaid of Health
Regulations, nnd the matter was re-
feu ed to the appropriate staudln?
nilnKt hlin It cttiiik the sneaker
that Mr Itei nobis' conduct was the "" "10 'l"'""! before and fixed it In
,i.n,w twiiii.. ,,ini m n ff,,i.il,.ni.in. dcllnlte shape. He lullewd material
Yet thej coiibl not do imj thing clsj ''"11'1 1" l'K'curcd clwwlieic. Thej
than ask for his letlrement, liut ought ""R'11 " aau - "'l "" "'
not to let him rctlio without mi -- I,oari1 ""1'1 'lo cwr thing in Its
mrsslnn of ..kteem for him ns u gentle- l"'"''1' t( ",l't lllm- ''' ll '' K
, I back on their former action. They
..I I.I .. I. . .1 I.I. .!- CI I "
Dr. Cooper moied that n lotc ol " " iukciiht wmi cue nupe.-. lammlttFC.
thanks to Mr. Itej nobis he lee ended, intendent of Public Works. He did net I)r t'ofer's leport to tho Hoard.
He had been n couitcous und faithful sec the necessity of moling the asjlum ron, the st.amer China's bill of health,
officer of the Hoaid for twentj jeais now It would bo easier to mow the. Klpll thl, ruiionluR pestllenco figures-
The moier agreed with the mlnmlty io- rocK eiusner. Hongkong, c hob ra 15 cases and 12
port In considering that a reprimand Mr. Dole made a motion to lay the deaths, smallpox 8 cases and (! deaths:
was sufficient In the enso of the supei- matter on tho tuble one week and Invite ' plague 1 ease and one death. Shanghai.
intendent. Tho matter of cumplalnt , Mr. Hoyd to a friendly discussion of smallpox 2 eases Nagasaki, plaguo 1
was In the hands of another depart- the matter nt next meeting. Carried
ment inthei than those of the superln- Various Sanitary Matters,
tendent. Dr Cooper thought the pen-1 ,. Cl,opiri Mr, senberg and Mr
ally Imposed upon Ml Reynolds was s , MH,cni ,omnilttee on n
imposition to erect diluklng fouulaliie
In Honolulu, reported against tho de
sired permission. They Ihiiught it
time enough when San Pranclsco and
other cities should haw approwd the
Mr, Isenbeig seconded the motion,
which niirlei! uuunlmoiiHlj.
Speak-i foi Himself,
Ml. Itej nobis being leuillly gr.inti'd
,i rcqucbt to say a few wends, icmarked conveniences In question.
that while It was gratifying to haw n
lote of thanks, still It made cine reel
lather bed. alter 21 jcats of scribe,
to go out of his position unilei a cloud
He did not desire to alter tho dctei
nilnatlnn of the Hoard bi cause It was
lather a relief to be cleat of the dilll-
MAOOON BLOCK, MERCHANT TREET.
TWO WEEKS MORE OF BIG SALE
At the store of Qoo Kim, 11 1G Nuuanu street. Tho finest of Orient
al silks and linens, consisting of dress good3 and cmbroldeicd handker
chiefs 32 Inches square and tablo covers 36 nnd 41 Inches square Ladles
and gentlemen's furnUhlng goods and underwear-, duck suits, bath robes;
remnants of grass linen, llgurcd silks and other goods.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
r u Bos m il. ii
THE OLDEST CH.. XSU FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Uiur lo Flo, SIU tnl Crtu Ltmoi CWmif it! Jiptnn, Cool, el All Kli4i
to-i Wuuinu ttrtal
GEO, A, MARTIN, Tailor, Boston Building.
A report was presented on ponds nnd
duck ranches at Kalln and that neigh
borhood, finding them eierj thing that
wiiB bail from a suultnrj point of ilvv.
The repoit was adopted, action t In.
taken under udvlee of the Attorney
Dr. Wcddlck reported on Kahulut
Piatt coutlimlng t lie particulars. ThU
case. I Kim the Dorics Mil or Health
dated March -.'j. Hongkong, cholera 2d
cases and II deaths, smallpox S eases
and G deaths, plague 1 earn nnd 1 death.
.Shanghai smallpox 3 eases and 0
deaths Nug.it.akl. no cases smallpox
Kobe and Yokohama, no smallpox
cult and nlten unpleasant duties Willi
. .... I ... ,l. ....u.,.n (h !,. twil.l ..1
.ck. . .. .. """""'"'" "jsiiantua pievloutly
said he had neier Interfered with tho , ,,, ,,,, ,,
.... ...Ii... ... il... ..... ....., '"" "..... lUIIIH mi mi
... . . '. ,..... ... ..'..i..1 matter and that of condemned premises waj In Chill pioiliiee. Sli Ernest Sa
In Nnuunu Btreet. Honolulu, we ic after 'tow. tho Hritlsh Minister here. Is,
i home eemieisatlon deferred till next i,nUil., ......nilniine. in i.enm n lnru..
I ' -n-'- r - - .-.ri"
SIGN MANCHJJRI4N TREATY
Piklut, Apill S. The Mnnehurlnn
, cnmi ntlon wns signed today. Tho rat
libation will take place thrco months
'I he llusslaiiH iiiulcitnkn to rctoni
the .Neuihunng and Hliau Hal Kwriii
Halhoad to tho Chinese when llni
Ilrithdi relinquish control of tho mil
with pel hups the exception of getting
FOR THE HOME
there Is no other light so convenient and satisfactory as Iho Incan
descent electric lamp. NO DISAGREEABLE ODORS! NO SMOKE
OR DIRT. Alwnys ready for use wltn n soft, steady and brilliant light.
Let us give jolt figures on wiring jour house, nnd If you desire wo
can furnish jou with the new " H Y LO" LAMP, o o o o o o o
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd
King Street. Telephone J0O
All sizes In quartor-sawcd oak and beautifully finished.
Largo stock of
Extension Dining Tables.
Axminster and Smyrna Rugs.
Tapestry and Chenille Portieres.
Poldlng chairs to let for any occasion, and tho very best uphols
tering done. Klegant lino of furnliuro In all departments.
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD.
Plslicr Block, opp. Love Hid., Port Street.
i C. J. DAY & CO.GROCERIESi
NecelH No Crenm
o Needs No Sugar
I 122 KINO STREET
o next to Bulletin Olflce
I PHONE MAIN 119
THE TRANSCENDENT ARC LIGHT
roo c. p.
Consumes nothing but ordinary Kerosene
Oil. Tho best light known to science nnd
the cheapest. Haw recclwil tho Highest
Awards nt tho Pan American Exposition.
Suitable for Metro and halls, and are In tiso
In good many of our prominent stores
throughout the city, such ns Wall. Nichols
Co.. Honolulu Drug Co.. Holllster Drug Co.,
Mclnerny Shoe Stole Klltei Ice Cream Par
lors. Hawaiian Hotel nnd otners too numer
ous to mention. We also Tiaio tho snme
Are Lamp to burn, 12 hours, which Is suit
aide for lamps to bo placed In jards as a
piiitectlou against night prowlers. Our
lamps are In use throughout all tho planta
tions Tor further particulars Inquire of
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO. 0. W. Macfarlane, M'gr
J. De Turk's Table Wines
justly known to be the CHOICEST
CALIFORNIA PRODUCT. A largo
supply uf the different inrletles Just
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
SOLE AGENTS AND GENERAL DISTRIBUTORS
THE HAWAIIAN TERRITORY.
help to nolle on the mads.
he had regarded as eonllned to looking.
I preponderance of Hritlsh ndmlnlstra-
n ft 11 . tlm Lnnttni i mi .1 1 1 Tsin f I n il irnM
....il .ii. O.IHIIM., ,.,,,...,..... ...... ... ,. .. .. .,... n
rral .nrnfoil of the people If he had I ' "n" ft e'ttor'froIU tlon .ont.ol In the latte. railway alte.
been notltlttl by Dr. 0 Her that B,aUKlltcr , lntu tlu! mltltt It Is handed owr to the Chinese.
.. '." '" " .. ..',. ." i. '.", , uf Kalthl sticam.
The llllo sanitary olllcer reported on T0 UPUKATH CHINESE MILLS.
iiamiiEC to drain uy me sioim. nib
iiiieo or care he should haw attended
to the case. A well man mlgh' hnvo
many changes tako place In his phj st
eal condition in a month's time, and
when he went to see that man ho was
sitting on the edge of his mattics
and, apart fiom his udianeed stage ot
leprosj. tlit r did not Mem to bo any
thing particular the matter with him
The premises he Dimpled were clean
and sweet Whllo he bcimed to bo ir.
pi efched, It must be remembeieil be
w is a icij fnr gone leper. Mr. Rey
nolds bi He led lie (oubl get a bundled
lepeiH up tlieie at all) lime who lo.ik"d
worte than this man did. The super
intendent did not know all the bgal
lights of prisoners They were expect
Hawaiian Engineering and Construction Co.
KOOMS 508, 509, 510 STANGENWALD BUILDING.
P. O. BOX 834. TEL. MAIN 7f
All classes ot Engineering Work solicited; Examinations, Surveys and IU
trU made for any class ot Waterworks, Steam and Electric ConitrucUomj
Plans and Specifications and Estimates Prepared, and Construction Bupetii
ended. In nil branches of Engineering Work; Contracts solicited for Rail"
oail , Electric and Steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, Found.
Inns, Plors, Wharves, etc.
Special attention given to Examinations, Valuations, and Report a!
'ropertles for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEO, M. AM. Boa 0. B.,
Engineer and Manajer.
W. R. CASTLE JR.. Secretary and Treasurer.
London. Apill 10. Cabling from To
klo the cmiespondent of tho Times
report of work showed 020 Inspection
Iartfi,t fnnmil jalilKkff Qtwi1mu PAtllit
for Match was lead and accepted It B"8 a JPa' l'tllt nwncU Ya
Blurted a talk on lead sloppeis In soda '!" Zenjlin Is going lo Wooehung
water bottles Mr Slmrey wus sent for Chlnn, to tako ovei four cotton spin
to shun a spei linen of the bottle ho nlng mills belonging to tho Vlccioy,
mentioned, but lie was not In his olllce. Chang Chi Tung, which cost S.OO'M
Mr Uenberg wished thej could get
lid of tnc host of .liipuucfcc boda wniei
liurwjnrg hi littered tliinugh the toiin,
lit which I)i Hb'Khott obscned, "V1111
would tune u big (onliu 1."
fin llif. 1 niiill.ii nt tlui fnllnulni let-
lug the judge down nwiy day lo trj ! tcrs f.om lllshop Oulstan and SUtir,0" f,,r ""' tal,lln' "ll '"' Pre.i llo.
the pilbinii'i Still ho was getting as Marlunno, tho application of Millie. I '
good attention as he i oubl reielio unj-j l.curquln for engagement us nuise to
wlieie elbc Mi Ki'inulds loncluded liy tin) bpeis was ordcicd lo be refened to
hiylns he did f'd haul at being retlied Ailing Gowrnor Cooper, so that ho
uinli'i 11 1 loud uf iPUHiiie. but supposed might coniey a declination of tho of
It 1 oubl not he helped. fcr made thiough the Pcderal (loiern-
The pieslibut ufti-i n momenta! ment.
tuels X.enjlio agrees to preiilde 1 "'"
nfiO jen, ball for woiklng capital and
half to liquidate thu debt of the spin
nlng mills In a (let man capitalist I In
will hand the profits of tho business to
Chans Chi Tung lifter deducting Inter
GomcB & McTlghe, the liquor deal
ers, dellwr orders to tiny part of tho
city flee. Tel Main 110.
HART & CO.,
ME ELITE ICE CREAM PARLORS
Finn Ice Creams and Water lot.
Chocolate and Confections.
The Finest Resort In the City.
Try our ''Elite" Oyster Cocktails.
Send the weekly edition of the Qui.
tetln to your friends. Only $1 a year,
New Mnp of Oahu.
ORpl'f J Irum Govrrnmtnt Surv(yl an4 Chtrtt,
Mr nf SuiiAr I'lantttlnnr Railways, anj Other
XdliHt Source, the map is 8; inches,
with arllitlr colarlnei anj neat mountlnef. mate
Inir a very uiaful at well at ornamental wall map
tub phich of th map is lis do. Copies cai
h ottalpd from
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aa"ord served tud guests
hnvo full iluw of the sea
from tho dining room. . .
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Real Estate Agents,
Wo also muko n specialty ot enlarging
OITIco, cor. South and King Streets. I
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