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EVEN1NO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II., THURSDAY. OCTOIiER 2, 1902
David Lawrence & Co., Ltd.
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large importation of Pattern Hats, Bon
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BY OFFICER TRACY
On City Cemeteries
Honolulu. Hawaii, Sept. 30. 1902. I Punchbowl roads. It Is about 25 feet
Dr. II. C. Sloggctt, President Hoard of I from i'auoa stream. 'I ne boll U Rood
iii'miu, anu nrni lur uuuui icu ici-i. .muikb uu
Sir: At your request I have Investl- graves nre few and only 74 graves tan
gated the different cemeteries In tho uc counted though three times that
city during the past month and beg number are probably burled theic an
lenvo to report as follows; I the cemetery Is In the churchyard and
Thero nro five cemeteries Inside tho Is very old.
mile limit, namely Kawalahao, CatU-1 The Hook Chu Co. cemetery adjoin
ollc, I'auoa Church, Hook Chu Co.. and the I'auoa church on the mauku side
Yco King Tong. land Is about twice the size, i he same
Outside the mile limit, but Inside the things as regard soil and location and
city limits arc: Maklkl, Nuuanil, Ka- drainage can be said as of r.iuo.i
lacpohakii. Also there are tho Chi-1 church cemetery. It Is not so crowded
nese cemetery In Manna valley, tho nnd the graves are better markul 1
Mnnoa church cemetery, the Diamond counted 91.
Head cemetery nnd the Walklkl church Uotli these cometcrles adjoin tho
cemetery, nlo tho Kal.hl church ccm- school premises nnd the property
etery, tho Kallhl-waena (Catholic cem-'around Is well settled. Thej should
otery, I'uco and Kaumaxflpltl. iboth be closed,
Kawalahao cemetery comprises most j Maklkl cemetery Is located on the
of the block bounded by King street, north corner of Ponsncoln street and
Punchbowl street, Queen street nnd Wilder avenue nnd Is about COO feet
Mission and Kawnlanao lanes. It has square. It was opened in 1ST' by the
llOPn In lisn tho InnirPKt nt ntlV (if lhPirnvarnniMil ntwl nrlvlnntlv ivlnnitA,l nil'
cemeteries and more burials have been j tho hill about 400 feet, later 200 feet j
made there than In any other, though 'were added ns tho general burying
there aro no records to prove tho I ground became overcrowded The low-I
statement, only tho fact that there is
very little room left. It Is Impossi
ble to count tho graves owing to their
having been levelled and till marks
obliterated There aro but S71 graves
In sight nnd according to the evidence
of tho caretaker thero are at least ftvo
er half towards I'ensstoln Btrcet was!
uiviucu imu iuis unit buju as invuio
plots and this portion is nowhere near
full as the lots aro largo and do not
average over three burials to n plot,
except the Japaneso lot which Is as
badly overcrowded as to necessitate
graves obliterated where one Is vlsl- burying In tho passage us. The up
ble. No records have been kept ex-'per half or general burying ground Is
cept for the last two years and tho (till and every space Is used except n
cemetery was a general burying very small plot of tho new portion at
ground for jcars and heme the locn- the back. The Japanese plot known
Hon of graves Is lost except possibly as No. 3 Is badly overcrowded and all
where a living person remembers n the passageway are filled so that onn
grove location. This was shown last hag to walk over graves to go from ono
week when on digging u gruvc two lof- place to tho other,
fins were exposed. The ccmetcr slopes towards Pcnsn-
Tho soil is of good earth down for cola street
Hbout four feet where a strata of black The soil Is about four feet deep cov-
sand Is encountered, below which Is crlng the black sand,
coral. The ground Is practically level The neighborhood Is well settled on
and as far as ascertainable there Is no the mnkal and Walklkl sides of tho
drainage to any source of water or ccmeterj. On the i:a sldo Is Punch
supply. I bow I, nnd on the mnuka side are but
The cemetery Is surrounded on all two houses,
sides by tenement bouses and is In a In the lower or plotted portion aro
congested portion of the city and about 52G burials, 133 of which arc In
should bo closed for that reason alone, 'one lot. In the upper portion of the
The Catholic cemetery, on tho maknl i cemetery aro 2030 burials, COG of which
side of King street, Just Kwa of Mis 'are In ono lot. Totnl 2382. (This is a
Ward's property, "Tho Old Plantation, conservative estimate),
at tho foot of Kaplolanl street, Is about Nuuanu (or O.ilui) cemetery Is locat
S00 feet long on King street by 400 feet cd Just nbovo Judd street on Nuuanu
deep and comprises two portions, tho avenue. Nuuanu avenue divides tho
old and the new. The original cemc-' cemetery. The eastern half is about
tery is tho Ewa half of the present 400 feit equare, the western Is at lpast
cemetery and was opened about 1851. twite as largo The cemetery has been
In the early seventies the Walklkl por- .used as n burying ground for years.
tlon was purchased nnd presented to
The soil of the front half of the ccm-
The soil Is good and firm and dry
for at least six feet down There Is no
drnlnage to any stream or source ol
etery Is good for nbout four feet but water supply,
beneath this Is n strata of black sand The cemetery has been divided Into
four feet deep. The rear quarter of lots and sold In this manner and onse
tho grounds Is decidedly unlit for uso quently the giound Is not nearly all
as the water level Is struck at a depth 'used I counted 368 In tho eastern por
of three nnd one half feet and henco tlon and 844 in the other. Total, 1212.
burials have been mado at that depth 'The graves In tho majority of cases
which Is two and a half feet short of nre marked and easily recognized. The
the lequlrcd depth. The water drains cemetery Is not more than half full. If
Into tho open ponds behind In which It Is that.
the natives still fish to a limited ex-' As for tesldences. they surround the
tent. IIclow theso ponds nro fifteen pinco but arc fow in number nnd all
or twenty houses occupied by laborers have arge grounds surrounding them,
nnd their families; on the Hwa sldo aro yCe King Totig Association cemetery
quite a few more and across tho street g situated on the north slnpo ot
from tho cemetery are residences. Punchbowl between the Punchbowl
Tho Hwa half of tho icmetery Is bad- drive and Pauoa stream. It Is reach
ly crowded and It is doubtful If a grave ed by a lane leading off Punchbowl
could bo dug und not Hnd a coffln. Tho street near the Pauoa bridge. It has
new portion Is also pretty well filled been In uso for yenrs but the wholo
nnd very little space Is left I upper portion contains but llftoen or
Tho Mission has practically ceased twenty graves. Tho soil Is good and
burying In this plate, there being but flrm for at least six feet down with a
two or -three u month as against flvo rock bottom hence there-Is small like
times thnt number previously, most of Uhood of seepage to the stream which
the bodies now beli.g taken to Pearl 3 at least 75 feet from the nearest In-
Tho samo dllrlcultv In rountlni; Ti,i.n nr rai,tnpna nn aIUian
jgraves Is experienced ns at Kawalahao 'Bjc or above but below Is tho Portu-
for the people do not put permanent gucso settlement about S00 feet away,
murks on tho grnves and In a few year j Tho cemetery Is not full nnd owing to
tho wood rots away nnd no sign Is the custom of removing tho bones and
left. 1 counted 110 graves In tho old tending them to China there Is no dan
portion and 355 In the new. Total, 771. ge- of tho place filling up for years to
in quite a few cases the bodies nro come,
buried In tho same grave on top of ono Tho Mnnoa cemetery (Chinese) is slt-
nnother owing to tho wishes of the dc- unfed ut the end of tho lower Mnnoa
ceased. This prnctlco nnturully neces- roa on the enst side of Manoa valley.
Bltatcs somo being burled at u less The soil Is good nnd clear an while tho
depth thun six feet. A case In point cemetery Is on a hillside and sloping
Is where a burial of a child was made towards the stream yet nil Interments
at n depth of not over four feet In tho are at a sufficient dlstnnco from the
satno grave as one of Its ancestors, water that no seepage lould not reach
about two weeks ago. . It. The ccmcteiy is largo and Is only
Pnuoa clinch cometery Is very small, about ono-quniter full. Theio Is no set
being ubout 125 feet square It Is sit- tlement anywhere close to tho placa
untcd on the Pauoa road about 800 feet and only two or threo houses In, tho
mnuka of the Junction of Pauoa and neighborhood.
p. O. Bos o-jj.
the oldest chi. se firm in honolulu,
Oulwi Is Fit, S Iki Ocim Llnim. Cttiut u4 J,u, 0,,l, tl All Kills
9 NlBtlO tUUt
A water ditch runs through the land
and all burials should be forbidden
within at least GO feet of tho same.
A thrifty Chinaman Is cultivating a
part of the cemetery and raising pine
apples between the graves.
The Mollllll and Walklkl cemeteries
In the church lots I did not Investigate.
Kataepohaku cemetery Is situated
above the Insane Asylum. The place
has been used for jears but theio Is
nn nbundnnco of unused ground. The
soil Is rather rocky but Is covered with
plenty of good earth. There arc no
people living anywhere neur the cemc
ter 1 he only objection to the cemetery Is
that nt the base of the hill are several
springs which mny be polluted by seep
age from the cemetery.
Puco cemetery nt Pnlamn above Ka
mchamcha schools on the Houghtall
lug load Is an old native bur)lng
ground nnd the only way to locate
graves In the old portion Is to llnd
sunken spots, Tho cemetery Is badly
crowded In the old portion through
which the School street extension will
gi) The new portion has been fenced
on and divided up Into lots nnd evi
dently only eighty or ninety Inter
ments have been mndc In It. It Is
about 200 feet square. The soil Is good
red dirt for about four feet nnd cov
ers a strata of black sand. The ceme
tery Is nearly Hat and slopes slightly
toward a dry ditch or gully.
There are no residences on either
side or mnuka of It and only a few be
low It so that It Is practical!) Isolated.
Kaumakaplll Church Cemetcr) Il
situated in the church lot directly be
hind the new lire station, at Palama,
on the lane Just Hwa of the Reform
Tho lot Is only about 25 feet by 123
feet In size and according to the care
taker Is prett) well full, though almost
all graves are levelled.
'lhc (urination Is of coral rock with
n covering of two feet of loose earth.
It Is about ten feet above water level
and within three bundled feet of n
The locality Is thleklj populated on
three sides und tho Reformatory
School Is on tho other.
Kallhl-waena Catholic Cemetery Is
loeuted on tho Kaincliameha IV. road I
In the church premises. It Is about
225 feet by 125 feet In size and lies
between the church nnd the street.
The soil Is red dirt with small rock
down for ten or twelve feet ut least.
There Is no dralnngc toward any
stream or pond.
The locality Is fairly well settled.
The cemetery Is about half-used.
Kahonohelemano Cemetery Is In the
Protestant Church lot on the Kanicba
mclia IV. road nbovo the Catholic
Church about 300 feet. There have
been only about twenty burials In this
place, and thero are room for at least
two hundred more.
Soil and drainage aro the same as nt
tho Catholic cemetery.
Muemno church cemetery Is located
on Wylllo street I did not Investi
gate It closely though tne soil and gen
eral location aro good.
rollowlng arc tho number of Inter
ments In each cemetery from October
1. 1901 to October 1, 1902: Maklkl, 1M.
Catholic, King street, 45; Munoa (Chi
nese), 22, Puco, (Palama), 29, Walklkl
church, 7, Mollllll church, 0; Kawala
hao, 89; Catholic (Kallhl-waena). 27;
Yco King Tong (Pauoa), 91, lluno
Iielemuno, 10; Macmno church, 17;
Nuuanu or Oabu, 03; Kaaepoliaku, 79,
Pnuoa church, 31; Kaiiuinkiipll, fi, Ma
noa church, 8, Itespcctfuy.
C II. TIIACY,
City Sanitary Olllccr.
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New York. Sept 21. Miss ngbert
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member of tha Signal Union, aroused
n storm of Indignation today at the
nineteenth annual convention of the
Woman's Christian Temperanie I'nlon
of King's county. She declared that
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Low and District Attorney Jerome
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