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r.VKNlNQ DULLETIN. HONOLULU. It. T.. THURSDAY1, APRtt. 21. 1902.
BltuottuiiH and Help Wanted
VANTED A man
wonts to bettor himself, out six
) ears' experience In offlco work. Ad .
dress W , this office. 2127 lw I :
WANTED lly young man, clerical.
position ot nny Kind; first class 1st
and rcferiiucK. II. F, this office
WANTED Position In unite h) )oung
man, baudy with t)pe-wrlter Has
maeblue Address 0 II this oftko.
WANTED lly experienced man of 23
occupation as bookkeeper, store
clerk, night watchman, lima or nny
other position; remuneration $G0 up;
first rate Island referent en. Apply
1 0 box 28. 2121 tf
WANTED Uy a younK lady, situation
as stenographer and typewriter, ref
erences. AddreHS II , Ilultetln offlco
Ad In this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion 15o
Per line, two Insertions.... 25o
Per line, one week 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per line, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
tver offered the people of Honolulu.
BOWERS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT. L AGENCY Night
watcbmtn iiiruishcd for buildings,
business property and residences.
Office and Hcsldonte School St.;
P. O Hox 284. Tel. White 3091.
WANTED Pupils. Mine P. Lam
bert, thu fasblounblu French dress
maker from Purls, will opn a
ehool for vuung ladles desirous ot
learning the art, teaching n system
titln'lj her own Parlors, 300 llos
ton Hid 2120 W
WANT our whiskers amputnted? Go
to Jeffs. He shaves for 15c, 5 white
barbers. 43 King St 2011 tf
FOR RENT Furnished rooms tn Miltej
with i llllegc of light housekeeping,
nt tb Islind Hotil, 71 1 Fort St.
Rooms 2Se, r.'jt , 75c 51 per night. I
"O LET You know that P.uheios
Dandruff Killer Is n mat villous
iuUk relief foi Hilling senilis, uno
application allaH the awful lulling
t Union llarbir Shop. I
T3 LET Good room, two beds, with
i.oanl; on tar line, suitable for two
ming men TerniB n asonnble. Ad
i.rt'Mt '., tblK office. 2129 lw
'O LET Coltugo on Punchbowl St.;
"odern Improvements Apply to A.'
O Cuuhn, 2d liousn aboio Mormon
( hnrth. Floor matted. 2120 tin
( OR RENT Wry desirable unfuinlsh-
1 moms lu private house; beiuti ,
rul location; within two minutes'
wulk of postofTiLO. Address llox
'!, I. O. 212511
TvvO COTTAGES on Vlne)aid St. nr.
Nuuanu, six rooms each, patent W.
C. Apply Joaiiulm BflH, Klnnu St
opp. Queen's 1U tal. 2120 tf
FOR RENT Second slur) of brick
building on llerotnnla street, next
to Progress lllock, 15 rooms with
washbasins In each, connected with
seu.er, and wired for electric lights;
suitable Tor lodgings, nt $75 per
ron&th ou two years' lease. Address
. '.ink Hustace, t9 lleietanla St. I
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc-,
Irtyro HulldltiK. lonnerl) o(iipld
by Vlckco's Art Exhibit. Apply to
C. F. Ulshop, at C. Hiowor & Co 's. i
TO LET Houso on Young Street nt
present occupied by W Needhum,
Eq, near McCulIy Tract Has Ihreo
sleeping rooms, bnth. hot nnd cold
Water. Apply i: F. Illshop, nt C
Hrtwcr &. Co ' 2117 tf
TO LET Residence, of J. Cassldy,
evuiiwnii iiiiiiiaui'tj; kuuii uuuilllt;. i
Apply Waterhouso & Podmore Heth
el and King StB. 2103 If
TO LET Now houso on Ucrelnnla
and Artesian Sts ; dining and two :
bedrooms, kitchen nnd bath. Apply
1130 Fort St. 2101 Hn .
to let Furnished ninm nt 144 rier.
etanla St. near Fort, tnblo board tf
deBlred. 2104 1m
TO LET Furnished rooms nt Mrs Weekly edition of the Bulletin 51 a
McConnel'8. Garden lane. 2055 tf year.
KELLETT &. ROBINSON Attorneys
nt Law; Room 11 Magoon bldg ,
'Phone Mnln 153.
F. M. OROOKS--.ttorney; rooms 9-10.
Spreekels bldg.; Tel, Main 344
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa Z
humanu Fit : Tel. ..81 Mala
J M. DAVIDSON Attorney at-I.aw,
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney at
law Kaahumanu St,
Mcdonald & langston Contrnct.
ors and Builders; lloi Union St.
Ada. will be Inserted FREE.
WANTED A nurso girl to tnUe caio
of 3 months ulil baby
'$15Nrat rottnge. G rooms nnd bath:
off Llllha, near School 8t. Apply
r. J Russell, M action Ilhlg. 9s tf
TO LET Roomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water nnu nil modern
Improvements, 'all nt Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
HONOLULU HOTCL rurnlslicd
Rooms, light and nlry. $1 50 to $2.50
t per week, hot nnd told baths, best
hoard In the cltv.
TO LET Nil (Tilly furnished looms nt
1142 Adams lane, back of Kllte. Suit
nble for fnmlllts 212 l-lw
TO LET Mosquito proof rooms, en
suite or single; telephone, etc.
Herotnuln Avo. cor. Keenumoku.
TO LET Cottages oft School St., nr.
Nuuanu, $15 nnd $10. P. i:. R.
Strauch, 32 Campbell Hock, 310
Kort St. 210S-im
FOR RENTIairgo front room for
gentleman or couple. Accommoda
tions fur tight housohciplng If re
quired Its I Xuuauti Ae, Just
above Vineyard 211Ctf.
rOR SALE Chi ap, a 30 room lodging
hoiiM good lonuoti electric lights
nnd bifhh, owner has other busl-
t.ess, inn give (as) terms Address
I O box 232 2129 tf
FOR SALE (iood squuio piano, below
$75 Appl) 777 Fort St. 2127-lw
FOR SALE 1 Lodge R. Shipley pwwer
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 plpo cutter,
nits up to six lnibcs, all new- ma
(lilms now on hand lu Honolulu;
alto one sttam launch. W. II. Pain,
Piinnhou. 2120 tl
FOR SALE Two 3 year-old grado
lime) (own Just called; good milk
i rs and giutle, giving ten to twelve
quarts n day each of rich milk. Ap
pi) to California Feed Co. 2l2Ctf
FOR SALE A good llabtock rubber
Urol runabout, nearly new. (1 II,
Mel'lelhin, l0 Stnugenwald Uldg.
FOR SALE !u aires of valuable' prop
erty nt Pearl City. Improvements,
3 good houses, rke mill, artesian
well. Bearing fruit trees, 5 ncres
suitable for gardening. Halauco un
der cultivation In rice. For particu
lars apply to .1 Armstrong. Pearl
A GRAND OPPORTUNITY A smnll
cash pa)inent and only $15 per
month villi get )ou n nice house nnd
lot on Kunawal road nr. Llllha St.
Few lots lift. Inquire soon. P. 13.
It Strain h, 32 Campbell bH ,310 Fort
St. 2US 2w
FOR SALE Kggs from puro bred
black Mluortns, Northup strains, $3
per setting J ft's, 13 King St.
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress R. M. Duncan, at Dullotln of
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Hack of Elite;
under ni w maniigcmi lit , strictly
first class light, air) mosquito proof
rooms Mis J Duggan
THE LOS ANGELES 1623 Fort SL;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof; terms reasonable. 1930-tf
LOST CirtUUatu No 5J3 for four
f-hnies lu Hie Honolulu Investment
Co, Ltd Return to ufflco ot the
lompnii), .Itulil Hldg 212S-1W
LOST Curf button of Kukul nut with
gold Ktrup Moha' cUn'Uivcd upon
It. Rewind If n.luini'il to this olfltu.
LOST A Indies' gi.i) lunidtlotli
i ape Hut-el with gia) silU. Reward
lor ii tin Ji to Untie tin office
LOST Many thousands of dollars
thiotigh neglecting to havo stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co. represent four of tho
strongest Arc Insurance, companies.
FOUND Insuranco against tho break
BO of plato glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
I A. COWAN 1186 Union St., opp
pRelfli Cltih. siinnnes, etc
5 J. WALKER Coffeo Hrokcr; room
Spree) els bldg.
"ACIFIC VEHICLE & 8UPPLY CO
-Fine cnrrloges wagons, harness
nnd whips Rerelnnln nenr Fort fit
THI KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
' , lintel fit nnd enr Fort Hotel
Mullntin t ner month.
CIQAR3 AND TOBACCO.
ELKS BUILDING, C16 Miller Street.
CORNS removed without pain by D,
M. Thomson, expert Chiropodist, of
fices nt 11 Garden lane. 2110-lm
CONVEYANCING Charges reason
able. Itoom 10 Mclntyro rjlock.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Her
etanln nnd Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS Dentist,
1154 Alakca St.; offlco hours, 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist, Fort and Hotel
HtB.; Uas administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TANNATT Civil nnd
electrical engineer; oftlcC 1313 Wil
der Ave., Tel. 3141 lllue. Room 4,
MADAME M. LAMBERT, the stylish
French Dressmaker from Paris, has
removed her dressmaking parlors
Horn tlio comer of Vlncjnrd and
lm.elibowl streets to tlio lloston
building, room 30C, whero she will
ho pleased to eco her patrons und
their friends. 2113-lm
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stnmptng; room 2. ite bldg.
MERCHANTS' PARCEL DELIVERY
Uethcl St., opp. Waverlcy blk.j Tel,
(121 Hluo; pkgs. called for and del'd,
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 63 Young
Men s institute, meets every second
nnd fourth Wednesday in tho month.
J. E. GOEAS Dcretanta near Emma
St.; Tel. 2312 Dluc.
S. J. SALTER Successor to Salter &
Wnlty; 712 Tort St, Orpheum blk.j
I'd. 081 nine.
HAZELWOOD MARKET CO. 1281
Tort St , near Kultul Groceries,
Fruits and Tobaccos.
HARNE83 AND 8ADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Main 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposlto Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold water;
flrst-c.nss table board. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 530 Fort SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
UNION HOUSE Mrs. Wheeler, pro
prietor; furnished nnd unfurnish
ed rooms; nlso rooms for light
housekeeping, Uittliu St., aboio Ho
HONOLULU PRIMO OR BOCK
BEER 10c nt the PANTHEON,
TERRITORIAL MES8ENGER SER.
vice union st, nr Hotel.; Tel.
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
'ino latest la millinery, etc.; lloston
bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
MR. JAMES SHERIDAN Piano tuner
and repairer; No. 343 King St. near
Opeia House. Ordt rs at Wall, Nidi
ols Co and at tho Haivallan Hook it
Music Store. Merchant St.
IOLANI QUINTET n. P. Hatfkld.
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaal'a stuillo; Ttl. M. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. I.envo orders Uorg
strom .Music Co.; J. S. Fills, Mgr.
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
Instructor; "Mlgnon," 1024 Dcrota
E. K. KAAI Teacher of string Instru
mcnts;studlo. Lovo bldg.. Fort St.
BYRNE . LIVINGSTONE Rep. Amo
rlcnn Mnnfu. Room 8 Progress blk.;
Tel. Main 131.
DR. SLOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; olflco nt Eyo and Ear Infirm
ary, Alnkea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRED. W. HOOGIN3 Eye. Ear,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakea
St, lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
offlco hours 9 n. m, to 4 p. m.
KATHARINE J. MacKAY, M.D., CM.
-520 Ilerctanla Ayo.; Tel. DIuo 3551.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye Ear Noso
and Throat, lllfl Alakea St
ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
nnd Tinsmiths All kinds of sani
tary work, Sower connections a
specialty. Charges to suit tho
tliueB. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN I'nlntlng nnd paper
linnflnc Territory Stnhlcs, King St
P. E. R. STRAUCH Real Estate
handled to bOBt advantage, houses
lentcd, loans negotiated; money In
vested on best securities. 32 Camp
bell Ulock, 310 Fort street.
JUDD 4 CO., LTD. Hulldlng lots and
resiliences ror snlo; 307 Stangcn
wnld bldg,; Tel. 223 Main.
Whereas, We, tlio white lepers at the
Settlement on Motoknl, presuming from
long experience, that we know better
w,hat the difficulties of the physician
in this place nre, nnd the. character o(
the people he has to dm! with, than
any committee whoever they may be,
who oulj come Into the Settlement for
a few hours, are of the opinion that
the general chargoB made by the coni
mlttee of the Hoard of Health, against
the resident physician, Dr. Richard
Oliver, arc unwarranted, nnd,
Whercd;1, the Hoard of Health has
retained Dr Oliver as resident physi
cian for the last ten vcars, they would
have neglected their duty in this mat
ter were not Dr Oliver what we think
him to be, the phjslclnn uest suited to
this peculiar place and people. And,
fiirthirmore. the Hoird of Health It
self would have been largely to blame,
If the charges preferred by said com
mittee against Dr Oilier were correct.
Therefore, be It resolved. That wo
sincerely regret the decision ot the
(ommlttee that Dr. Oliver should be
asked to resign. And If their decision
Is endorsed by the Hoard of Health,
we earnestly hope that the Hoaid In
selecting his successor, will secure as
good a man, and as able a phvslclan.
Also, be It further resolved. That n
(Op) of these resolutions be sent to
Dr, Oilier, one copy to each of tlio
newspapers in Honolulu, both English
Kal-.tipapa. Per Order
April IS, 1902. WW! CI.AIIK. Sec
Revolted. That It Is the lonvtttlnn
of this mass meeting that the cause
of the death of Plllpo Mlklla, a mau
who was unlawfully cast and kept In
Jail, nnd who died on iu count of neglect
would not have been known to hlj
fellow sufferers, had not the resident
ph)slclan. Dr. R Oliver cnlled the
Attention of the superintendent of tho
Settlement to the bad state the man
was In; and the doctor'B request to have
the man removed to tho Hay View
Home, was denied until It was too late;
and the man died a horrible death.
Therefore, we lepers seize the oppor
tunity offered by this mass meeting, to
express our appreciation of the inde
pendence of Dr. R. Oliver In the ful
fillment of his duty In this case, where
by he exposed himself to the Ill-will of
the superintendent of the. Settlement,
nnd revenge of tho Hoard of Health.
And be It further said, that for ten
years In constant attendance upon us,
wo have had no complaints to mnko tu
the Hoard of Health against him nnd
that he Is our friend, and we have con
fldencf In him.
Resolved, further. That one riinv nt
mis resolution lie sint to I)i
nnd one opy to each of the newspapers I
in Honolulu Ijoth Kngllsh nnd Huwn-'
nun, aiso io tnc Mnul and Hllo pipers',
I. K. MIA.
Kalaupapa, April 18, 1902 Committee
PRAYER FROM liONO ULU
Senator Patterson of Colorado present
Ml on April 8 n petition from 319 Am
erican citizens of Honolulu pra.vlng for
the exclusion of Chinese and Jap-in-csn
laborers from the t'nlted states
and all Its possessions The pi tltlon
wns referred to the Committee on Pa
Professor Here, joung ladles
uus.-rvo i navo a touarco plnnt.
One of the Iidles-Ah, how very In
teresting, professor! Pray, how long
will It be before the cigars nre ripe'
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate,
also to grant marriage licenses1
58 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 116.
E. MORIKUCHI 1 Hotel St.. nr. Nu
uanu. Felt, straw, pauama hats
STENOGRAPHY nnd typowrltlngnent-
ly nnu accurately dono at Hawaiian
Hotel by .Miss Noble.
FRESH RAINIER BEER on diatighl
10c at the PANTHEON.
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring nnd re
pairing. hlkB bldg, 61G Miller St.
G. DIET2 Wntchmaker nnd Jowclcr.
10CC Hotel St. I
a. W. A. REDHOU8E Wntch nnd
chronometer maker: 79 Merchant St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA.
8UGAR ESTATES, MAGNIFICENT
SCENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVE8,
8HIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER ilg fiom Pioneer Stables. Elo
gant turnouts, Tclepbono No. 120.
LAHAINA STORE Lumber, Whole
sale, Liquors, Meichaudlse. C. II.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physician
nnu Biiigeon, lamalna. Maul
G. H. DUNN Express and drayago;
Agt Wlldtrnnd Inter-Ulund.Tcl 113
8TOP nt Pioneer Hotel Excellent ac
commodations. O Frccland. Mgr.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public, Convey,
nnees, Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Offlco Government bldg
HOT BOX DEVELOPED
UNCLE SAM WILL NOT CLEANSE HONOLULU
"Matter of the Hock Crusher " was
next Item to reading of the minutes ou
the order of business for the Hoard ol
Health meeting )csterday afternoon.
It becatno an Interesting Item apart
from its Intrinsic merits before It was
done with The conference Invited
with las H l!o)d. Superintendent of
Public Works, closed with the red
lights turned upon a word) duel be
tween Mr Ho)d nnd Mr Mott-Smlth.
Dr. II C Sloggett, president, Dr C.
U. Cooper, Paul It. lsenberg. Dr W. M
Moore H A. Mott-Smlth and Fred C.
Smith constituted the quorum Dr.
Pratt, executive officer. C Charlock,
secretary. C II. Tracy, clt) sanltnry
officer, and Mies Mae W'clr stenogra
pher, were In attendance.
As Mr Uo)d'B letter, which brought
nbout the conference, stated that the
temporary utilization of the crushing
plant near tho Insane As)lum was de
sired to provide material for Improving
the streets on that side of the town,
Incidentally enhancing sanitary con
ditions, the following report of tho
city sanitary officer was read
"No Crying Need."
"In regard to the sanltnr) condition
of the streets nwa of Nuuanu stream 1
leg leave to report as follows,
"King street bc)ond Llllha street
has been properly macadamized and Is
in good condition. From Llllha street
to tho Nuuanu stream It Is uneven but
is nil right, except nt the Junction ot
tho Prison road where a pond of mud
gathers after every rain, and owing to
tho heavy traffic nt this point. Is any
thing hut plensant driving All tho
street sweepings at this place ot course
are thrown into the mud and not clean
ed up, with the result that sanitary
conditions are not as the) should bo.
Proper macadamizing would do away
With this trouble to a great extent es
pecially as the grade of the gutter on
the mauka side Is tn the wrong direc
tion. "The Prison nnd Iwllel roads are as
good as an) road which Is not maca
damized In other words, when wet
mud holes nnd ruts are hound to bs
found. They are not Insanitary.
"Ilerttanla street likewise from King
btrect Junction to Nuuanu stream Is as
good a street as can he expected where
there Is no top dressing It drains
well and there nre no Insanltar) places
"Aala line Is rather flat but there Is
no water standing on It after n rain,
and while proper macadamizing would
help its appearance nnd smoothness It
would not materially niter Its f.mltar)
"Kukul street. Hwa of the stream. Is
In a deplorable state, not due so much
to the fault of the street as to an auwnl
which has broken Its banks and, sought
another outlet with the result that the
piece of street Is Impassable at pres
ent. Its appeurancc Is a great deal
win w than Its sanitary condition
"Vlne)ard street In heat) w eat hoi Is
six Inches deep In mud but there arc
no low places In It. All water runs off.
Of course when the stieet I so muddy
It Is dlflliult for tho garbage and exca-
vatnr carts to do as thorough work
b should be done, and a good road
would help matters, yet In Itself the
street Is In nowlso a men.ue to tho
licnltu ot the Inhabitants of the lclu
lt. "Llllha street Is In a chaotic state,
duo to the work once begun not hav
ing been finished All the street drains
well, and the stieet Is not a nuisance
exetpt that It Is hard on the vehicles
und those In them.
"School street Is all right. A llttlo
woik on the samo would Improve It
"To sum up In a few words, there
nie two plutes which need attention
from u sanitary standpoint, King street
at the Junction of tho Prison road and
the piece of Kukul street Fwa of Nun
uiiu stream It is ndmltttd that Im
proving the condition of the stieets
bl"'t J'Ml ".'" "T1
lot buth work at the present time
When the foregoing report hud been l
Iwmhl'beMiad8'!1 "m t l
w.uld be glad to hear Mr lioj.l upon
"" BUUJea f "" '"tcr letelieel tu
tlie prei Ions meeting.
Mr. Boyd's Statement
Mr Uo)d said ho was leluctaut tc
speak because he considered that the
Hiiaul had mado up Its mind The re
palling of the roads lu the section lu
question wns very desirable as a matter
of Justice to tho residents of the Fifth
representative district The only
quiiny convenient for obtaining mn
terlul was that ono near tho Insane
Ahjlum. lu asking for permission to
opi'iato that quarry for four mouths,
he wns sure ho appreciated the desire
of the Hoard of Health to piotect the
Innmtes of tho asylum The matter
of getting load material economical!)
wns an Important ono to the Depart
ment of Public Works In view of the
depleted state of the trtasuu It was
not mil) a mallei of good roads ns his
Utter hud stated, but the grading and
elite hlng Incidental thereto would bo
eoiiiliulie to improved sanltaiy condi
tions. Ail) icgulatlons for the opem
lion of the crusher to minimize Ha
objectionable consequent eg eleshtd tu
be Impugn! by tho liemid would be oh
h'tve'il b) the department If the
Hoiin! could make no tonrcsslons ho
would only have to nbldo by tho elecl.
slim He saw by tho papers that the
pitsldtnt had Ren Informed by n com.
P lent engineer that mateiiai fop tin
pm pose could bo obtained elsewhere
Ihuii at the As)lum quarry for $3000
also that there was an available qunrrj
haeli of tho Mausoleum. Mr Uoyd gavo
flguies to shun that tho cost of haul
ing from other quarries would put the
expense much aboio that ot material
from the Asjlutn quarry.
Mr. Mott-Smlth Replies.
Mr. Mott-Smlth recalled tho former
decision of the Hoard and said he did
not see why they should reopen that
question. However, he wanted this
(onferenro so that they might explain
the matter to the Superintendent ot
public wonts, wnat tno wnoio uoani
had ngrced upon wns that either one or
the other ot the Institutions must go
It had been stated that it would cost
from $3000 to $5000 to rcmovo the
crusher. Could the Asylum be remoiej
for anything like the same sum? Ha
understood that quarries could be ob
tained from the Ulshop Estate conveni
ent for the purpose desired. There was
no room for discussion as to allowing
the operation of the rock crusher nt the
As)lum. There were other considera
tions than those of money. What was
to be considered was whether material
could be obtained elsewhere. Ho want
ed to see both road and sanitary con
ditions improved but not at such a
sacrifice. He did not believe they could
reconsider their action taken under
those conditions previously described.
Mr. lioyd answering questions ex
plained that the objection to the quar
ry suggested as available from the
Ulshop Estate was that the department
could not reach It by the Asylum road.
The material would have tn be carted
around by the Houghtnlllng road,
costing two or three times as much ns
by the other road. Mr. Mott-Smlth
here mentioned that Governor Dole
and himself had discovered a quarry on
tho Walklkl side of the hill which was
easy of access to the section where tho
work was needed on the roads. To this
Mr. Uoyd replied that It was strange
that the Governor should not have said
a word about that discovery when ho
(Mr. Uoyd) had laid the whole difficul
ty before the exccutlvo council. In
answer to Mr Mott-Smlth nnd tho
president, he stated that It would not
cost $1000 to remove the crusher.
Developing a Breeze.
"Mr. Mott-Smlth has Just said." pro
ceeded Mr Uoyd, "that he and the
Ooieinor had selected a suitable placo
for the crusher. If this had been told
tue there would have been no occasion
for my letter that has led to this con
ference. I sec no use In prolonging
the discussion If there Is a location se
cured. I shall only have to await the
return ot the Gov crnor. May I ask how
far awny from the Asylum may thu
crusher be allowed to operate?"
president Sloggett nnd Mr. Mott
Smlth ngrced that a quarter of a mllo
would be right, the latter stating that
the site he had spoken of being to lee
ward of the Asylum was all tho safer.
Mr. Uoyd asktd If the honorable
number of the Hoard would conduct
the Superintendent of Public Works
to tho place selected by the Governor
nnd himself This caused a hearty
laugh, seemingly on Mr Mott-Smlth,
also elicited n motion from Dr Cooper
that Mr. Mott-Smlth be appointed a
commlttte of one to show Mr Uovd
the location for the crusher.
Mr .Mott-Smlth said he did not pro
pose to Interfere with the business of
the Superintendent of Public Works,
who was paid for attending to such
matters us that under discussion. He
had already Indicated the location.
The Storm Bursts.
.Mr llnjU lose to his feet, a)lng.
"The Supeilntendent of Public Woiks
feels perfectly able to attend to his
own business hut when the Honorabln
Mr. Mott-Smlth tahl that ho und the
tlovernoi had found n suitable site for
the stone crusher. I merely asked as a
aiattei of inurtis) If .Mr, .Mott-Smlth
would show mo the place. If tho Hon
oiable Mi. Mott-Smlth Is not paid for
being a member of the Hoard of
Health, he Is nt liberty to resign the
&- 7k W up hV hat 7.TZC
'. "''" "' the gatewa, througl
position- Having thus spoken. Mr.
nt 1 lirmifx-lt
Ithit inillltux tl I. mi i, 111. !. . . .
- itl ank You Ki erne, ,,; ,1
n ll8 af,0tnD ,, ril ,",.
nets hud been read that .Mr. lsenberg
naked If nothing more was to be dune
nbout the rock crusher.
Dr. Sloggett did not seo what more
could bo done.
Dr, Cooper thought the Superinten
dent of Public Works si""-'-1 bo ma
half way If Mr. Mott-Smlth had dis
covered a location for tho ei usher he
ought to throw more light on the sub
ject. Mr Mott-Smlth considered It would
be a matter of Impropriety for him to
go and point out to the Superintendent
of Public Works the plato und say,
"Tlicro'B tho spot for you to put your
ur Sloggett thought Mi
Smith's point wns well taken.
Dr Cooper said It was n matter of
courtesy from ono derailment to an
other. -Mr. Mott-Smlth thought they might
leave the matter open and In the mean
time help the Supcilntenileut of Pub
He Works In nny way possible It was
ncturillllclv VdtCll. rill mntl,,,, ,. M
Ibeiibeig secnndeil b) Di Mooro thai
the letter of the Superintendent of p, ,. I
ne vvoikH bo laid on tho tnblo for fur
Typical Chinatown Picture.
The city sanitary officer submitted a
report on the condition ot tho premises
of Hlng Chong, on Nuuanu street. Just
above Vineyard street, with references
to a plan enclosed, He described n
two-story store building with ono
large room on the second floor. Its
ground floor wns within six Inches of
tho surfaco of the ground nnd when tin)
lloor wns toin up pools ot water weru
standing under It The owner was
given orders to raise the building two
feet and flit these holes Instead, ho
dug down nbout eight Inches and wns
laying a new floor vvbtn stopped b) tlio
Inspector. Tho building Itself Is old
and rotten and all the underpinning
has rotted away and tho ceilings nre
low nnd the rear rooms aie poorly ven
tilated. The ground under the bultilliuj
Is stilt damp and will remain so becauso
the surface drainage from tho next
three premises nbave tends toward this
building. The building should bo torn
Four other buildings weic usee! as
kitchens, bathrooms and sleeping
rooms. They nro all within six inces
ot the ground and have low ceilings
nnd small dark wtntlows. nnd tho con
dition of the rags and paper on the
walls Is filthy Resides this, these build
ings shut off almost entirely the light
and circulation of tilr from tho rooms
of the first floor of another building
Indicated. They should also bo torn
That building In the shade Is practi
cally on tho ground and thero Is no
chance for circulation ot air under
neath as the siding extends down Into
the ground. The musty odor duo to the
dampness under the building combin
ed with paper black with dirt nnd age
Is sufficient to condemn the building.
It should be raised clear from the
ground and all the matting and paper
removed and tho rooms disinfected and
cleaned before an) one should be al'
lowed to inhabit the same.
Another of the fabrics Is used as a
blacksmith shop and the floor Is like
wise close to the ground. The floor
should be removed entirely, and tho
part of the building occupied b) tho
family of the balcksmlth should bo
torn down or raised clear off thn
ground. A certain kitchen Is sanitary
and sumclentl) far from other build
ings. The cesspool Is practically n new one,
und on top of It are patent water closets
of approved pattern mid a good cement
wash lloor alongside.
Two places Indicated are covered pas
sagewa)s and should bo laised and
tho sides torn out because now the
sunlight never reaches them. (.
Two board platforms are elescrlhcJ
as being Hat on the giounel and under
neath which dlit of all kinds Is allow
ed to accumulate. The) should bo re
moved altogether, Mi, Tracy recom
mends Mr. Hlng Chong appealed In person
and In good English told the Uojii!
that tho buildings were not Intended
to btund long. All he wanted to get
out of them were Intciest on the Invest
ment, taxes and water intes. His ap
peal was effective to the extent of pro
curing a vote to allow the matter to
leposo upon the table foi two weeks
and thus give Mr. Hlng Chong time to
stt hU congeries of Oriental architec
ture In sanltnr) older.
Seeking a Specialist.
The follow Ing self-explanatoi)
icr was icud and appioved by
"Honolulu, H T., April 19, 1902.
"The Surgeon General, V. S. Marine
Hospital Service, Washington. D. C.
"Sir. Thiotigh U. S. Quirantlno
Offiter In Honolulu, T H, 1 have tho
honor to lequest, as an aid to our In
vestigations Into tho natholocv an, I
bacteriology of leprosy, tho detail of a
medical olllcei of the Mailno Hospital
Servlco for duty nt the Leper Settle
ment, at Molokal." Wo have funds
available for tho emp!o)ment of n nhv.
Mclan to treat the diseases tominun to
any community, but wo uio unable to
employ a bacteriologist for the oilglnal
research which Is not only so badly
needed for tho udianccment of science
In general but which we Lellove the
Molokal Settlement uffoids especial
"It has occuntd to me that perhaps
you could mako tills detail both In con
nection with the National Lepiosy
Commission, and as an aid purely nnd
simply to a Hoard of Health asking
for assistance In Important work.
"The Uoard of Health Is picpaied to
piovldo a five-room house and lutlons
to any officer that might be detailed by
)oti to this dut).
"I have tho honor to he. Sir,
"Very respectfully yours,
"If. C SLOtiOIHT, M. I).,
"President Iloaul of Health."
More Help Needed.
Sloggett took oeeaslon to to-
mark that ho hoped und believed tho
Stivlto would detail a man for special
worn. -1 no question of thu appoint
ment of a pcimanent medical Bupeiln-
lenuent would come 1111 when 111010 an-
plltntlons wcro letelicd There wns
""'.V "?rk thn" ono I''ialtlmi roiihl
,, ' nerfolm Tllor Bll0l"'l be two men
then' Ho often thought Hint iiw.,.,
should also be two or three diesseu
jes and dispensers to mako up their
medicines he absented to a remark.
The) weie doing tho bebt they could,
however until tho next I.eglsl-iturn
met until when they should only havo
to cut their coat attoidliig to tho
Before the meeting adjoin ned. the
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