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Vol. X"V1II No 3545
HONOLULU. TKItKITORI OP HAWAII. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. IMHJ
City's Health Endangered Unless Money Comes
WORK 1ST Sit
Board of Health Is Left
Without Funds For
Owing to tho failure of tho legisla
ture to pruvldu u suitable uniount of
money for carrying on tho work of tho
Hoard of Health almost all of the most
Important work of the Hoard must
coast' on December 1 unless assistance
li. received from private sources. Tlila
Information has been conveyed to Sec
retary Oilman of tlio Shippers' Wharf
Committee In on appeal from President
I'liiklium of the Hoard of Health for
t unci with which to carry on the work
The letter was brought to the utten
Hon of the Uoanl of Health at lip meet
ing held his nfternnnn.
The following report explains Itself.
To the Members of the Hoard of Health:
Tho quarterly report lecently re
ceived from the health authorities of
the Philippine Inlands (Uncloses un ex
perience this year with plague utmost
Identical with' our own and occurring
ut about the mime date.
Infected lata wero discovered befoul
Ibis dispute nttiickrd any human b
The following letter to tho Shippers'
Wburf Committee reviews the situation
uml I bellcvo It due to the public und
the Hoard of Health that It be made
Honolulu, Hawaii. Nov. IS. 1900.
J. A. Oilman, K30., Sett clary, Honolulu
Shippers' Wharf Conimltteeliono-
lulu. T. II. " '
..Dear Sir: The Hoard of Health since
the nth of 'April. iSOO. has bad to con
sider whether It can be compelled to
' protect the public health, during the ex
istence of virulent rontaglous disease,
threatening to' become epidemic, when
the Territorial Legislature deliberate
ly and knowingly failed to provide ade
quate npptoprlatlons to tnict such ex
igencies. The Hoard decided that it was obliged
to piotect the public health until IU
means were exhausted. Its means are
Tho Issue Is now a clear one, to-wlt:
Is. tho Hoard to abandon the full care
of public health because of lack of fore
sight by tho Legislature or Is It to seek
Disinfection und combating plaguu
hax cost 7.1S'J.:i2. The appropriation
iisslKiied was $3000. The balance (!.-
18D.32) was expended from transferring
the follow lug assignments:
Medicines, etc. SOI. til
Cost Him $875.30 To Be
Badly Defeated For
E. H. MeClanahan filed his accouul
of election expenses yesterday, or rath
er had It filed by onn of his clerks, af
ter ho had left for tho Coast on the
The cntlro account Is as follows:
Nomination fee i 23 C3
Subscription and support of
newspaper, the "Leader" .... 2.1 (it)
personal expense Incurred dur- (
Ing tour of Island of Kauai,
Including hack hire, steamer
fare, service of Interpreter,
board and lodging 219 CO
Wireless to Palmer Woods .... 2 8a
Personal expenses during tour
of Hawaii, .Maul nnd Molokat,
Including hack hire, steamer
fare, service of Interpreter,
Jjoard nnd lodging 411 4U
Use of gasoline launch from
Kallua 20 On
Wireless from T. J. llyan and
publication of affidavits, etc.. 20 45
Campaign buttons zf ou
Printing of circulars, postage, ;
etc 100 00
Interpreter servlco on Oahti .... 20 00
Sundry Item of board and lodg
ing during tour of Oahti .... 6 00
I .ess huluiiro on bund Decem
Of the $7,189.32 expended, J1.U5.S4
went for permanent apparatus, 11.044.21
fur disinfectants and fuel and $2,635.4.1
for wages of guards and dlslufectors,
nulunco In sundry disinfection outside
of Oahti and sundry expense.
Tho Shlp'icrs' Wharf Committee, was
organized and the tonnage tux voIiiih
tartly Imposed for public purposes,
primarily "public health" that trade
und commerce might not surfer fiom
' Total 1875 39
ThA Rnpn4jii nt I If U Kulwi .nn.
Uldate for the. Hdosa from the. Fourth
District wern' ' ' .f
Nohilriattontfca Av.V.y,. ,-..., 125 00
rersonai expenses. , 20 ou
Printing and advertising ........ 6 60
PLANTERS MAY BUILD A
CENTRAL DISTILLERY AND
RUN THEIR OWN STEAMER
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Olio of tho most Important moves which has ever been brought before tho Planters' Associa
tion was proposed today by J. A. Scott of llllo and met with approval from all tho members pres
ent. This is a plan to Incorporate tho Association and start a cential distillery whero all the plan
tations which own stock In tbb company shall tako their molasses lo ha distilled Into alcohol and
Not only was this suggested but K. D. Tenney also spoko of o'.hcr matters which could be tak
en up In tho same way and which would bo a great saving to the planters. The one which he men
tioned In particular was tho buying of sacks for sugar. At present each plantation buys Its own
sacks In the open market, but, as stated by Mr. Tenney, if the corporation spoken of should be.
formed they would be ablo to buy all tho sacks under ono contract and make a great saving.
J. T. Molr stated that he was very much In favor of the Idea and thought that It should bo car
ried out. lie did not believe In stopping with the purchase of sacks for the sugar but wished to
go ahead on a cooperative scheme and have tho ono company, which would bo managed by the
Planters' Association, buy all the supplies which are needed for tho plantations and In this way
savo the profits of the middlemen.
Tho law which will allow denatui allied alcohol to be distilled under a lower revenue tax than
methyl alcohol will go Into effect on January 1 and Mr. Scott slated that he thought that Imme
diate steps should bo taken to start the building of the distillery for tho Hawaiian Islands at
J. N. 8. Williams was present at tho meeting and wns able to glvu full Information to tho mem
bers in regard to the cost of a plant and its pperntlon. Ho statu, that 238,Ollin would be needed
for tho erection of tho plant Itself.
The enormous scope to whlili Mr. Scott's suggestion may bo carried Is shown by tho Immediate
decision which was reached, that, in case tho plan should bo carried out, the company would have
to have its own steamer, and again by Mr. Molr'a suggestion that other supplies should be bought
In tho same way.
Tnlnl f.i Rrt
X JC X J H. M .H. X HI If 31 XlfU KI it
wire.it uied epidemics.
Tllft mp-lnnroii fnr llftlnfnf.tl.n nml
ptonnllnou rlonmail lm.Mllvatu n-
cssary 10 stamp out epiuemic uiscate
uim jiruvvut recurrence ana inoso en-
iiircpii nnvn nppn miiri. Eirmrani in,
thorough than those employed by tbq
rvuerui uuvernmcut IU I, una.
'rtiA urnrk trt NTni-nmtini- Ull. ...un
prises: Disinfected and thoroughly
iieuiieci ;,iuu uiniuiugs nnii outiiouaes;
uiHinrwpinfi nn.i innnmnhiw . .n.,..i
3731 rnnlllfl. tllelnfn.-te.l nn.l tti.irn.x.ltli
cleansed. 577 stores; disinfected and
inoronifii v pinniikn.i r.n vnitits
In older to carry on Its regular wor.V
the lloinl of ITpnllh rnnlili-iu KST, on ...
month, rrom December 1st, to April
i st, a period or four months.
If Its special work of cleaning and
disinfection is lo be carried on up to
tho present efficiency $300 per month
additional will bo required, or totals oi
$3300 or $4500.
This jicrlod of four months will glvo
tho Legislature an opportunity to de
termine whether public health shall or
shall not bo adequately piovided for,
und to appropriate for the deficiency
existing between December 1st, 1906,
and June 30th, 1907.
Without private assistance "qualr-j
nntlne, fumigation, disinfection, dis
pensary, medical and vaccination worlt
mid medicines for the indigent" will
cease December 1st, 1906.
I beg to remain,
(Signed) u E. PINKHAM.
. President. Hoard of Health.
F. A, Schaefer called tho meeting to
order, whereupon Forester ltalph llos
mer read it report ou Forestry.
He said that the table of existing for
est reserves was but a poor Index of the
situation. He predicted that probably
flvo new forest reserves would be added
during the year.
Hotmer recommended that forest
langers bo provided for as they were
needed to prevent trespass by Irre
sponsible persons, prevent fires, repair
fences, kee.n up trails, etc. Ho urged
that the association back up tho Hoard
of Forestry in its action to secure leg
islation to secure a forest ranger ser
vice. Hosmcr spoke of forest planting by
private owners, stating that almost
overy plantation contained, wasto land,
wVlch could be used for forest, from
wnlch wood for railroad lies, fuel,
bridges, etc., could bo obtained. Sev
eral plantations hail during the past
year uvqucci incmseives or advice and
help from the Forestry Department and
it was hoped that nioro would do so.
On Record for Re-Foresting
I'llinlly Itosmer called attention to
the fact that the fores try work was in
tensely practical as it conserved water
shed and did other Important things.
MAUI! IN NIW 1M
' is founded upon be-
comingness to the Individual, and as
long as a man's clothes are well cut
and of good quality, they can be laid
to be In style. Extremes are always
dangerous and do not express style.
Style does not mean one thing to
the man with means and another thing
to the man with limited purse.
If you are figuring on a new stylish
suit, let us show you one of these
which bear the famous label of
Alfred Benjamin & Co.
TEL, M.IN 36,
GOflriVH POUT AND HOTKU 8TB,
However, money was needed to carry
on the work, and the assistance of all
Its Influential frfcnds was needed by
the Forestry Division to secure the
funds to carry out the work.
The following resoltlon was then
"Kesolved. That the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association hereby expresses
its hearty approval of the policy of set
ting apart forest reserves. Inaugurated
and now being prosecuted by the Ter
"That It Is tho opinion of this Asso
ciation that said policy should bo sup
plemented; "(I) Hy providing rangers to guard
and protect such reserves from fire,
trespassers and depredation;
"(2) Uy tho Initiation of systematic
reforesting of such portions of said re
serves as are not now covered with
"That wo hereby petition tho legisla
ture of tho Territory to make adequate
appropriations ror the purposes afore
said." Explanation Wanted
Smith said ho understood that when
private land was set aside for forest
reserves, such land could still bo used
lor some purposes, as long as they were
not Inconsistent with the forestry work.
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For Instance. If n plantation gave over
a piece of land for a reserve, could It
later on plant rubber 4t,.JL lor in
stance, and cut down some o? tnefor
est trees to make room for tho rubber?
Smith said that some plantations wero
afraid of setting aside lands for forest
reserves as they thought they might
lose control of them absolutely.
Hosmer answered by reading the
agrocment made between the govern
ment and the Haiku Sugar Co., where
by tho plantation reserved the right
to mako economic use or the lanu, cut
Icnco posts, etc.
Smith said that ho had had some.
thing to do with this, and there had
been considerable difficulty.
Hosmer said that In this. case It had
been umlei.t.;.. t . , rubber, Manila
hemp and other such plai.U which
needed forest cover, could be planted
on the laud by the plantation.
Smith said the difficulty was to de
termine what would bo the proper eco
nomic use of tho land. s , -f
Hosmcr replied that tho establish
ment of outing houso sites In llmlteu
numbers, as was done In the Wnlanao
reserve, and tho planting of other
plants, was allowed.
Smith said that he knew of many
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Graft Charge Made
By County Officers
Wireless Special to Iliilletlnl
HILO. Hawaii. Nov. 21,-Tho County Treasurer has notified the
County Auditor lo tho effect that ho Is In possession of rellabb)
evldenco of fraud In tho labor pay roll of South llllo district.
Tho Treasurer says he has the names of four laborer who,
while they were working on private property wero given County
warrants. Tho Auditor has, in consequence, declined to approve of
these warrants. Tho whole matter will he laid Ix-foro tin) Oram)
Jury when Its meets next Monday.
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Decembers Be Citizens
(Afociattd 1V Bptelal Cabltl (At$oc'tlt& J'rtf Special Cabltf
8AN FRANCISCO, CaU Nov. 21. I MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 21.
Abe Ruef and Mayor 8chmllx will b ,The Federation of Labor demands rec-
arraigned on December 3. Duffy has ognltlon of -the Porto Ricans as cltl-
been placed under arrest. Izens of the United States. The con-
Iventlan bt cabled President Roose-
BORN ,, welt to Investigate labor conditions
PUJJAHELK In this city, Aylett lane, there.
to Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. Punahelu, a
Carries Coal To Coast
And Back Because
Of Mistake -
Mistaken signals caused tho S. S.
Biirentaur to pass by Honolulu and go
JWo Tq Iro
Deposit your surplus Jew
elry, table silver and docu
ments in our safe deposit
They will be safe from fire
You can have access to
them when you want them,
A box costs only 50c a
to Vancouver without stopping to land
her cargo about eight weeks' ago. To
day the steamship returned from tho
Sound and will remain here about u
couple of days until she discharges the
GOO tons of coal which she has for this
placo and which she brought alt the
way from Newcastle, took on up to
Vancouver and Victoria and has now
brought back to Honolulu.
The Uucentaur arrived oft this port
ou October 1, expecting Xo receive ord
ers to coino In and discbarge her cargo.
Hut she was signaled from Diamond
Head to go on up to the Coast. Al
though tho order was considered a
strange on, Captain E. D. Jenkins
obeyed It. Now It appears that thero
was a mistake somewhere, although no
ono appears to know who was respons
ible for it. Hut COO tons of coal colli
signed to tho Inter-Island Company
have been wandering back and forth
over the Pacific for several weekB seek
ing an owner,
Fierce gales and heavy seas marked
the first four days of the Ducentaur's
leturn voyago from Vancouver. Had
weather commenced as soon as tho
steamship left Kamana light, and dur
ing Friday, Saturday and Snnday the
vessel was buncted by a steady galo. On
Monday the wind was not nulto so
etiong, but was still rather violent and
was accompanied by a heavy sea. After
Monjla? fine weather wns experienced.
On Sunday a steamship, probably tho
Mlowera, waB sighted, only her mast
head lights showing.
After discharging hero tho Uucentaur
will proceed to tho Colonies, stopping
lit Suva, Her fiuther movements are
not certain, but sba may return with a
cargo of coal,
pv- BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Porto Rican Burglars
Get Five Years'
J, Hamon and W. Pacheco. the two
Porto ltlcans from Ewa who weie
found guilty of burglary In the first
(Continued on Page 4.1
Special enru on tho Itapld Transit
lines will be l:i readiness at tho Opera
Houro tomoriow night after the per
Iqrmnnce of '.Mrs. Wlggs or tho Cab
bage Patch should the pcrfrrmaneo
not he ov i utll it later hour than
usual. Thc.e will also be a later train
on the O. It. & 1.. line than usual should
patrons Unit It necessary, and in such
case the conductor may ho notltled
ISvcrylhlng Is In readiness lor u suc
Yes, I got Just tbo shoo I wanted at
about one-hair tho usual cost, new btjle
too. Dctter make your selection early
fur they are going fast. A sale adver
tised by Kerr's store on AIjIicu street
Is always dependable.
Chemist Shorey of the United States
Experiment Station has resigned.
O real llrltalu has more doctors, pro
lortlonately speaking, than any other
couutry In Europe. To every 100.000
persons Oreat Hrltaln has 150 medical
men, Germany 48, Switzerland 42, and
J. Hopp & Co.,
1053-1059-1085 BISHOP ST.
DRYDOCK8 ARE BURNED
TOULON, France, Nov. 21 The
drydocks here have burned. The loss
.mounts up Into millions.
OPERA SINGER IN COURT
I NEW YORK, N. Y., Nov. 21. Cafu-
i'so, the famous singer, appeared in tho
Police Court today on a charge of in
suiting women In tho Central Park,
j.He denied the allegations. T
, RAILROAD WRECK KILLS 25-'
I MOBILE, Ala., Nov, 21. In a colli,
slon of the Mobile & Ohio trains 25
persons were injured.
ROCHESTER, N. Y Nov. 21. 'a
building of the kodak manufacturing
works collapse,' today. Three were
Killed and a dozen Injured.
MORE GRAFTERS INDICTED
San Francisco, Nov. 20. Supcrvfsot
Nicholas bus been Indicted for bribery
and Duffy, n hanger-on of the board,
Vort HI, UopoIuI'i
Made by machinery and delivered
rlobt at your door In thoroughly
If you -will put your
vuluublui In our matm
you will bo a frwe from
Jewelry cure aa If you
hud them In) the Bank
Truait Company l-td.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal Nov. 20.
SUGAR; 96 degree Centrifugals, 382
cents. BEETS: 88 analysis, 8s. Sd.
. i i
jejr-Fnr Sale" card at Bulletin.
that must be satisfied when buy
ing footwear. The Text by which
we guide our efforts Is QUALITY.
Result: A growing host of satis
fied customers. Better Join them.
Try our No. 351 Rickshaw Last.
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