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e'VENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1006.
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CORNER FORT AND BERETAN.IA 8TREET8.
EXCHANGE TO MOVE
TO BUSINESS CENTER
THE SMALL DEDT WILL 800N DE
WIPED OUT ANNUAL MEET
ING LAST NIGHT NEW.
The annual meeting of the Builders'
and Traders' Exchange was held last
evening In the Elite building rooms.
New officers aro: W. W. Harris, pres
ident: Stanley Stephenson, first vice
president; James Nott Jr., second vlco
president; E. O, Keen, secretary and
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W. W. HARRIS,
THE NEW PRESIDENT.
treasurer; directors: U E. Plnkham,
John Kmmeltith, A D. Scroggy, A.
Humours, O. F. Hush, E. It. Hath,
Thomas Sharp, A. dartlcy and A. F.
Retiring President John Kmmeluth
opened the annual meeting. The sec
retary reported that the Exchange was
not very much In dobt and It Is ex
pected that this will soon bo wlpe.l
out. Mr. Emmcluth called on Direct
or Clark to escort tho new president
to tho chair. Mr. Emmeluth hoped
tho new administration would enjoy
success. Mr, Harris declared that
with tho help of his brother officers
ho hoped to put tho Exchange on a
fcounil basis. On motion of Sharp It
was decided to appoint a commltteo to
rovlso tho by-laws, President Harris
will announce this commltteo later.
! It was Mr. Harris' Idea that the Ex
1 phnneo should movo to auarters near
1 cr the heart of the business section,
Ion tho ground floor somewhere. In
this way a convenient meeting placo
The Punnhoti-Maktkl Improvement
Club was organized last evening at a
meeting of residents from the district
bounded by Wilder avenue. Punahou
street, Hastings street, and Maklkl
ttrect. Tho meeting was held In tho
club house, corner of Kceaumoku and
Wilder avenue, among those present
being J. T. Crawley, L. C. Abies, Thos.
QUI, Norman Watklns, W. H. TJrom
ley, Harry Wooten, J. Little. J. A.
Thompson, O. E. Hugg, J. A. Lyon,
John Guild, A. D. Arlelgh, W. T. Paty
and Mr. Harris.
W. R. Farrlngton was chosen as,
chairman and It was decided to put
the time In on general assemblies to
discuss tho needs of the district rather
than devote laborious effort to fram
ing details of by-laws and outlining du
ties of officers. It was toted on mo
tion of Mr. Crawley that a committee
of five be appointed to look over the
district and present to a future meet
ing the needs for Improvement, this
commutes also to nci as an enrollment
committee to make a personal cam ass
of the property-owners of tho section.
fThU committee, with David Houghs as
nn advisory member, ana tho chair
man of the club, consists of J. T Craw
ley, F. S, Dodge, John Guild, Norman
Watklns and L. C. Abies,
In the general discussion the neces
sity for better telephone poles, oil for
the streets, taking down fences and
Dlantln'g trees was brought up. L. C.
Abies gavo a short talk on "Wilder
'Avenue and the Cow Pest."
The meeting adjourned to meet at
tho same place tbo evening of Kebru
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At the fruit and venetable stand may always be found alt fruits
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orrico In tho heart of tho business dis
trict, open all tho time, would become
a convenient and attractlvo meeting
The matter of tho passngo of build
ing ordinances by tho Supervisors was
mentioned by Mr. Emmeluth, but no
fiction was taken. Mr. Clark thought
tbo Exchange should take soma action
relative to tho eight-hour law, not as
labor agitators, but to stand by a law
wiioe.o passage tney had secured. Han
rls asked where tho law was being via.
latcd. Mr. Nott said he had heard
that tho men on tho Nuuanu reservoir
wcro working nine hours a day, Tho
President asked if the men were not
paid by the hour. If they were, there
was no way to reach tho matter. Nott
thought perhaps they wore.
Vlco President Stephenson In a fow
remarks declared It as his uetermlnn
tlon to do all In his power to assist In
tho revivification of tho Exchange All
members present olced simitar seutl
PEACOCK IN BRIEF
MAKES ANNUAL REPORT
PATIENTS TREATED AND RESULT.
INCURABLES REFU8ED ADMIS
SION INTERESTING REC
ORD OF CASES.
Regulations for the betterment of
conditions In Honolulu recently passed
by the Territorial Hoard of Health are
being distributed about town, Tho
order covers the garbage law as well J
expectoration In public places, Tim
notice, printed on cardboard. Is as fol
HOARD OF HEALTH.
No garbage or offonrhc liquid oi
matter shall be thrown or deposited In
any highway, street, lane or public
placo within the Territory of Hawaii,
No garbage or oficnnUc liquid or
matter shall be kept upon any prom
lses except in covered containers ol
not less than 12 cubic feet capacity and
$hall be removed from said premises or
uisposcu oi wunin not luss man one
week, unless otherwise ordered dlspnscit
of by the Hoard of Health or its dulj
No person shall expectorate upon nn;
public plate, sidewalk, street crossing
or upon tho floor of any street car or
railway car, or any other public ion
ante, or of any public building or an
building common to the use of the pub
lie. Street gutters are excepted.
SPITT1NO SPREADS DISEASE.
Keep your sidewalks and gutters
Take pride In tho appearance of Ho
Each day pick tip the papers, &c., Is '
front of your store or residence '
Keep sldewulks and gutters dean b)
sweeping them often.
Put the rubbish and sweepings lu
containers as specified I
Tho annual report of J. K Eckardt
superintendent of tho Queen's Hospl
tal. contains tho following
The number of patients In the hospi
tal on January'lst was 47; admitted
during tho year, CO!; total number of
patients treated, 653, as against Gal In
1904, 783 In 1903, 752 In 1902 and 817
The number of deaths, 42 In a totnl
of C53 patients, gives a percentage of
C.41 per cent., as against 7.8 per cent
In 1904, G.14 per cent. In 1903, 6.12 pet
cent. In 1902 and 8.44 per cent. In 1901.
The diseases treated were as fol'
lows: Fevers, 27; rheumatism, 22;
beriberi, 3; syphilis, 25; ulcers, cyst
and tumors, 71; diseases of the eye,
ear and nose, 17; of the nervous sys
tem, 34; of tho circulatory system, 13:
of tho absorbent system, 30; of tbt
respiratory system 37; of tho digest
Ivo system, 83, of tho cutaneous sys
tern, 15; of tho urinary and generative
system. 98; of tho organs of locomo
tlon, 17; of the cellular tissues, 7; In
Juries and accidents, 135; poisonings,
3. Total, 653.
Of this number there wero natives'
of Hawaii, 171; of the U. S. A., 146;
Porto Ittco. 60; Germany, 43; Portugal
40; Japan, 24; China, 22; Korea, 21,
Norway, 18; England, 16: 8wcden, 12;
Ireland, 8; Scotland, 7; France, 7; Am
tralla, 5; Russia, 5; Argentine, 4; Bel
glum, 4; Denmark, 4; Italy, 4; Spain,
4; Wost Indies, 4; Austria, 2; Canada,
2; Holland. 2; Phlllpplno Islands. 2;
India. Guam. Peru. Panama. British
Guiana, Martinique, St, Helena and
Nova Scotia, each 1.
Sixty-two cases were refused admis
sion; of tbcio 24 wcro sufforlng from
pulmonary tuberculosis and 9 from
other Incurable diseases; while 29
wero not proper hospital cases; 52
patients, after received treatment, left
tho hospital and 10 refused to remain,
although urged to do so; 3 emergency
cases wcro found to bo dead on nrrlv-
at; 8 cases wcro sent to tho Homo for
Incurables, and 1 to tbo Insane Asy
Of tho 653 patients trcnted, 330 wcro
Tho number of patients In the hospl,
tnl on December 31, 1905, was 56, viz.:
15 Ilawaltans, 2 Chlncso, 2 Jnpanesc,
2 Porto Rlcans. 3 Koreans nud 32 of
other nationalities, 25 paying.
Pacific Hcbckah Ixidgo No. 1 O. O,
F. officers wero Installed by tho fol
lowing grand officers last night:
D, I). G. S I)r. Rodgcrs; Grand War,
den. Sis. Hermlno Gchrlng, P. N. Q.;
Qrnnd Treasurer, Sis. M. limns, P. N.
().; Grand Secretary. Sis. Annlo drib
hie, P. N. 0.; Grand I. G Sis. Roso
l.nmlo, P. N. G.; Grand Marshal, Sis.
Jennie Jacobson, P. N. G.
Tho officers Installed were N. G.,
gls. Florence Lee; V. O.. Sis. a.
Oilrlen; Treasurer, Sis. Elean Clark,
P. N. G.; Secretary, 81s. Jcnnlu Jncoh
son, P. N. G.; P. N. G., 81s. Lilly
Dunn; Chaplain, Sis. Annie Grlbblo,
P. N. O.; Warden. Sis. Mnrlon Wright;
Conductor. 81s. Klslo Ualley; Insldo
aunrdlan. Sis. Elizabeth Dulot; Out
side. Guardian, lira Chas, Simpson
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DUlslon of tho Supremo Court jester-,., '0 . , g v 0 gg r.my Winter;
1fc A iIa, lntn ! nh,lA,1 t llifi Anon " . .
day a ilcilslon was rendered In tho caso
of Harry Mnrcus, convicted on a
charge of coercing Hyman Spelnbaum
to enter Into a written agreement with
the II Marcus Shirt Company not to
bciome n member of any labor organ
ization as a condition of securing em
ployment with that concern. Tho Judg
ment of conviction was reversed and
the defendant was'ordcrod discharged.
Tho court holds that tho section of
the Penal Code which forbids tho mak
ing of contracts of the kind described,
declaring such act a misdemeanor, Is
"You say Srlhblcr got J50.000 for
ust ono Joke? How was that?" "Ho
told Miss tlottaplle he locd her for her
self alone." Judge.
L, S. V. O., Sis Elva Evans.
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A brief has been filed by tho plain
tllf In tho W C. Peacock vs. A. Garvlo
rase. It Is shown that tho annual meet
Ing was adjourned In order to wait for
the completion of certain reports. A,
W. T llottomley is roasted for nt
tempting to "import an additional and
non-kindred reason, but consolation is
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After further dissecting Dottoniley's
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that the adjourned meeting called by
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meeting was adjourned, namely the
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president was Invalid because certain
proxies wero Illegally voteu lor mm.
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