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DVENINO DULLBT1N, nONOLtTLO, K. T., THURSDAY. AUOUST 1. 1963.
MONDAY, AUGUST 4th
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excellent lino ot handsome materials, many ot which are displayed In
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Width 3i! Inches.
Price 30c per Yard
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CO Inches wide.
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Dr. W, J. Goodhue Made
NOT TO BE RELAXED
ANOTHER BLAST AGAINST WAIKI-
Kl DUCK RANCHES ADVERSE
REPORT ON PROPOSED
Dr. YV. J. (lonhtie, at present tho
physician nnd surgeon to Ileole plan
tation, Knunl, was appointed as resi
dent phjslclau to the I.cper Settlement,
Moloknl, by the Hoard of Health es
terday. The appointment was derided upon
ot a short executive session held be
fore the regular meeting
President Sloggctt, Immediately at-
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
Dcnson, Smith & Co. presented tho
Board with a quantity ot rat cheese, a
sure killer of the dreaded pest. It
was accepted with thanks.
Keports of sanitary officers, etc.,
were given to the reporters but their
i reading deferred till next meeting.
Suggestions were read from Sheriff
L. A. Andrews regarding the vending
of fish at Illto. Briefly they were:
A market for retail and wholesale
as at present.
Wholesale market exclusively at
All fish to be Inspected and counted
In wholesale market, with recounting
after Inspection on delivery to retail
Wholesaling to mean dealing be
tween fishermen and retailers at Ship
man street market.
Pickling of fish In IIIlo town to be
Fish unsold at 7 p. m. after Inspec
tion may go Into cold storage, nnd flsli
to be sold from cold storage only on or
der for Immediate consumption.
Paj ment of Inspectors by percentage
and hours of Inspection, etc., form the
lest of the proposed rules.
Dr. Held gave his views on the mat
ter and a committee consisting o!
Moore, llott-Smlth and Sloggctt was
appointed to confer with him today.
Pestilence In Orient.
Dr. Cofcr's report on health condl
tlons In the Orient was as follow s: July
18, two cases of cholera at Kauagawu;
July 9, one death from cholera nt
Tokjo; two cases ot cholera at N'aga
saUl, no deaths', July 1G, cholera epl
The newest brew of the old brewery
a social delight. Bottled it the lirtwtry.
FREO MILLER BREWING CO., Mil.iuMt.WI..
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
ter the reading of minutes In open ses-l(lemc , Snnnghat onc new case or
EX. YENTURA AND NEVADAN
Shrimps, I lb. and 2 lb. tins. "Sea Gull" Fresh Grabs
"Snow Flake" Asparagus, Tomatoes, Corn and Salmon.
Lemon and Chocolate Sugar Wafers. Fresh Turnips,
Salinas and Garnets Potatoes. Enchllados, Tamales,
Olives, Russian Sardines, Anchovies, Holland Herrings,
FIRE PROOF SAFES
Theo. H. Davies
OUR STOCK OP
SAFE COMPANY'S SAFES
Is as complete as can be found at
any of the branch Mainland offices.
Our delivered prices In Honolulu
will not exceed the net export prices
charged In San Francisco.
9. On IM Hardware
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ONLY A FEW DAYS
I must close out my stock. No reasonable offer refused. Unheard-of
Bargains In all lines going for Almost Nothing. Romeruber, this record
breaking ealo will only last for a few days longer. Take Advantage of It.
GOO KIM, 1116 Nuuanu Street
P O. Box ns
"xri:jsr&r wo Ojexajt
THE OLDEST CHi. 'BE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
tji.l.r. Is rio. 3 IV. ut Gnu Lln.ix. CbltiiM o4 Jipium Oeoli el All Kills
t'"' Nuuaou ttTHt
sion, stated that the time had arrived
when a peimuncnt appointment of a
resident phslclan nt tho Leper Settle
ment should be made.
Mr. Dole at once moved that the tem
porary commission of Dr. T. T. French
be cancelled and that n permanent com
mission be Issued to Dr V. J. Goodhue
as resident phvslctan at the Leper Set
tlement, lie was seconded by Mr. Iscn
bcrg and carried unanimously.
Dr. II. C. Sloggett, piesldent; Fred
C. Smith. Dr. V. I. Mooro. Attorney
General E. I. Dole, D. P. It. Isenberg
and E. A. Mott-Smlth constituted tho
meeting. There vvero also In attend
ance: Dr. J. S. U. Pratt, executive
omcer; C. Charlock, hsecrctary; J. D.
McVeigh, superintendent Leper Settle
ment; C. H.Trncy, city sanltnry ofiTcor,
and Dr. It. II. Held of IIIlo.
The following report wus received
from the committee on fishery regula
"Your committee appointed at the
last regular meeting of tno Hoard to
confer with Dr. Cofcr of the Marine
Hospital as to the advisability of re
pealing or modifjlng the Hoard's regu
lation prohibiting the taking of flsb
or any products of the sea between
Sheridan street and the reef on the
WalkIM side, and Knliht stream and
the reef on the Cv,a side, Including
Honolulu haibor, beg respectfully to
report that In consideration of tho
spread of cholcin In the Orient gen
orally, the time is most Inopportune
for relaxing theso rules of tho Uorjnl
made In tho Interest of public health
and snfety, and jour commlttco believe
It would be very unwise nt present to
permit taking products of tho sea In
the prohibited area, and they further
more bellevo the public health would
be endangered by so doing,
"Dr. Cofcr fully concurs with your
committee In this opinion."
Mr. Isenberg raised a discussion by
suggesting that the reefs all the way to
Diamond Head should bo included in
the prohibitory regulation. To have
the line drawn nt the tallraco of the
sewer system seemed arbitrary.
This suggestion was deferred for fur
tliclr consideration, vvhllo the report of
committee was adopted.
That Walklkl Nuisance.
Ofllccr Tracy reported In writing on
tho Walklkl nuisance, thus:
"On the matter of tho ditch com
plained of by the residents of the Ala
Moana or Ileach Road I beg leave to re
port as follows:
"The ditch or stream Is about thirty
feet wide and extends from the brldgn
on the Reach road along the Ala Mo
ana for about 2000 feet to John Ena'n
premises. It forms tho lower end of
the I'llnalo stream and Is affected by
tho tide. The nuisance Is a very of
fensive odor which Is most noticeable
nt evening when tho tide Is low.
"After n thorough Investigation I am
satisfied that while the tide may bring
In more or loss vegetable matter which
would bo left at low tide, that the
main causes of tho nuisance are tin)
fourteen duck ranches with their thou
sands of ducks. All tho ponds drain
Into this stream nnd all wnsto and sew
age matter from tho ranches Is allowed
to dlschaige Into tho water and tho
ducks keep the mud nnd filth constant
ly stirred up. Besides this tho ducl
dcstioy all the vegetation in and on
the water and thus do away with na
"In my opinion tho removal of all tho
ducks and ranches would solve the
After some discussion, Mr. Tracy was
directed to see Mr. Enn, Inform him
that tho Board required the removnl
of the nuisance uud report to ncxl
Tho lon3 delayed report on tho ceme
tery at Palama which certain petition
ers desired to establish was received.
It was against the granting of a permit
and wns adopted.
Dr. V, R. Waughop sent In a letter
enclosing a bill from tho Makeo Sugar
Co for the burial of a Japanese labor
er killed by accident, tho amount be
ing ?S. This made the meeting aghast
and after a volley of remarks It was
voted to refer the bill to the Japanese
smallpox and twenty-nine deaths from
that disease; July 13, 215 cites of chol
era in Amoyj July 20, seven cases ol
cholera and five deaths from cholera in
Kobe; July 12. eleven cntts of cholera
and seven deaths at Hongkong, ono
death from smallpox nnd one ncv.
case, sixty-two cases of plague and
fifty-one deaths. Dr. Cofcr further re
ported that desplto the precautions ot
the Japanese health authorities cholera
was snrcadlne In JaiSin. and Honolulu
could not be too en re hi 1 In the matter
of public health and safeguards to
prevent the entrance ot tho disease.
HOW HE GOT EVEN
HIGH ART PLUMBING
sssssssssssssssssHHVL) i fl tiiiiiiiiiiiHI
BATH'S PLUMDINO ESTABLISHME NT.
Interior View; Located at 165 King Sireet, opposite Young Building.
"I wanted the influence of tho Con'
grcssman from my district In a cer
tain matter, ' said a Michigan man ns
ne was story-telling at a Detroit hotel
tho other uvenlng, "so I hied roc down
to Washington to have an Interview.
He was boarding at a private houso
and had a room off tho parlor. I wns
asked to sit down and wait while a
colored man took In my card, and as
tho aoor was left ajar heard tho Con
gressman say as ho looked at my
" 'Illank? Hlank? I think I know him.
Is ho in liquor, James?'
" 'I don't think so, sir.'
"'Docs ho look shabby?'
"'Well, )ou may call It shabby.'
"'Seems to be hard up. does ho?'
"'I think ho does, sir.'
"'Yes; ho Is probably hero to strike
mo for at least $10. James, did ou
tell him that I was In?"
"'No, sir; I told htm I'd sco If ou
"'No, sir; I told him I'd see If ou
"'That's right. You may return to
him nnd say that ou aru sorry to an
nounco the fact that I left for Dostnn
" 'And won't bo baik for teu days.'
"And meanwhile our advlco to
htm Is to drop In and seo ono of tho
other Representatives from my
"I wub duly turned down nnd out,"
laughed the victim, "but I got oven
next day when I encountered tho gen
tleman on tho street. Ho tried tn
dodgo me, but I walked up and slap
ped him on tho back and said:
" 'Hello, old boy! I had a llttlo mat
ter that would hnvo put $15,000 iasb
Into your pocket, but not finding you at
homo yesterday I turned It over to
"'Tho ou did' gasped my dear
old friend, as he turned all sorts of
colors, and wo hnvo been as strangers
slnco that day. '
Patrick Eagan, ex-Unltort States
Minister to Chill, tells the following
story lllustrntlvo of tho lack of sense
ot humiir which characterized tho lait
Charles Stewart l'arnell: "I'arncll,
though tho greatest leader of tho Irish
race, was In many respects much like
an Englishman It took him a long
time to sco a Joke. I remember well
when tho Old Land Leaguo was first
organized In tho Imperial Hotel In
Dunlin. Andrew J. Kettlo, a well
known Irishman, presided. After the
business had been transacted I rosa
and moved that Mr. Kettlo leavo thH
chair and that Mr. Parnell tako win
second chair, 'Now, Mr, Cnalrman,' I
said, 'I movo a vote of thanks to air
Kettlo for tho admirable manner In
which he directed this meeting.' l'ar
nell put the motion, and In doing so
said: 'Gentlemen, I need not say, tn
putting this motion, that tho name of
Kettle has been a household word In
Ireland for many years,' Tho hurst of
laughter which greeted Pamela's
break stopped him. Ho looked around
confusedly, nnd said, sotto voco, to
me. 'Egnh, what In thunder nru thes
people laughing nt'?"
New Yoik. July 1C The Marconi
Telegraph Co. of America has begun
action against tho Do Forest 8) stem lo
establish Its priority In America of tho
essential parts of the 6) stem. A rep
resentative of the firm of E. Rollins
Morse & Ilro., which financed (he Mar
coni Co., state that no combination
of wireless sBtems will be effected.
They claim that certain persons usln;
wireless telegraphy have infringed
upon the undisputed patents ot tho
Marconi Co., and It Is the Intention ot
that company to protect Its exclusive,
rights under the Marconi patents,
which It controls In tho United States,
Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii and tto
Bctts, netts, Slicmctd & Dctts or No.
120 Uroadway, attorney for the Mar
coni Co., state that they arc In posses
sion of a vast amount of technical and
scientific matter bearing on wireless
transmission and arc certain that tho
Marconi sjstcm will legally stand
against all others, nono of the three
foreign s stems having been patented
In this country.
Lieut. Hodglns. the United States
Government expert, who recently re
turned from Europe, whero he has bceu
examining the merits of tho various
8 stems, brought with him apparatus
of the two German systems Tho
Uraun-Slcmens-Hnlskc and the Slaby
Aio and that of tho French, tho I)u
tretet PopofT. All three of theso sys
tems, It Is claimed, infringe on tho
pitents held by the Marconi Co. In
America, nnd should any of them bo
put In operation here, whether by tho
Government or prlvato Individuals,
Immediate action will bo taken to en
join their use.
NEW PAPER THAT STRETCHES.
Cannjoharle. N. Y July i. In
state Senator James Arkcll, who for
several months bus been seriously III
at his homo here. Is slightly Improved,
but his condition still causes grave
Mr. Arkcll, though very 111, Is dally
consulted regarding paper patent nnd
paper-making machinery. Ills latest
Invention, on which thrco patents have
Just been Issued, Is a paper that re
sembles a Panama hat In Its weave and
Is called cotton finish. It Is clastic in
every direction. The so-called stretch
ablo paper, patented by Mr. Arkcll ami
used for lining sugar barrels, Is clastic
only ono way and now the discovery
has been mudo of producing a paper
stretchablu from left to right and up
and down. This Is regarded as his
greatest trluniph.hls crowning achieve
ment on the lino to which his best
thought and effort have, been given ult
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
"Mon ami," said tho Marquis do
Crolslc the other day, "tho hotel keep
er's llfd Is an unhappy ono. If he does
not look to tho lenst llttlo detail the
whole thing goes what ou call It
Ah, yes on tho blink.
"Here Is example of what I say:
When I bad tho Logcrot thero was
onto a dinner thero at which Chitm
coy Depew was n guest. I told the
chef to put In tho menu some dish in
honor of him, nnd I forgot to look nt
the menu before It went to tho print
er, "What do J on think that Imbecile ot
a chef had done? There "
And tho marquis produced an old
menu enrd, on which among tho
"toupes," appeared tho following:
"Puree do Mnrrons a la Dopow,"
New York Times.
This uptodnto plumbing shop Is the result of n very rapidly Increasing
business and v.ns made necessary on account of tho cramped quarters for
merly occupied on Richards street. To mako a display of the large and
fine stock ot sanitary plumbing materials the new shop was opened.
A full line of tho world famed Douglas Closets Is carried, which aro pro
vided with cither high or low tanks and aro as near
noiseless In their operation ns closets. can bo made. They aro constructed
mi tho syphon principle, which makes a strong suction that thoroughly
washes tho bowl, Theso closets aro scld under n written guarantee, and ars
also guaranteed against leakage, no chargo being made tor repairs.
People today aro paving much attention to sanitation and sanitary
plumbing Is one ot the requisites In every modern residence, 'iho BATH
8H0P is the leader In sanitary plumbing and J ears of experience and a
largo force of capablo workmen enables Mr. Hath to do work equal If not
superior to any other shop In tho Islands.
A lino of rolled-rim enameled Path Tubs are on hand, as well as open
lavatories. Theso aro highly Sanltar; Goods, and the connections aro nick
el, making them artistic In appearance.
One of tho latest Improved Wash Trays may be seen on exhibition.
Theso goods aro nil connected with the city water mains and may be seen.
In full operation nt tho storo. The public aro Invited to call and make in
spection ot theso goods.
Mr. Bath will call and give figures on work at any time. He also give
all work Intrusted to him his persiaa supervision.
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Caso Is made, of stamped sheet copper
and, besides being weatherproof, Is
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