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137 KING STREET.
Wallach And Notley
Are Dealt With
By Board Of Health
J. Lor Wallach, "healer," and
Clinrles K. Notley, politician, were
firmly Bat upon and 'effectually
squelched yesterday afternoon by Iho
Hoard of Health nt.tho meeting held
nt 3 o'clock. By a resolution present
ed by Dr. Wayson and enthusiastically
adopted by the entire Board, tho Art
fnl Dodger wns corallcd. Tho resolu
tion was I ntho following words:
"Resolved, That should J. Lor Wal
lach fall to appear at tho onico of tho
Hoard of Health, and should ho full
to sign tho said certified agreement as
drawn by tho Attorney General, tho
Hoard of Health hereby declares that
nit proposals relating to tho treatment
of lepers by J. Lor Wallach under Sec
tion 1127, Revised Laws of Haw-all,
shall at 4 o'clock p. m., January 27,
190S, be null and void, and that under
no circumstances will further negotia
tions bo entered Into."
It is now up to Wallach to fish or
cut bait. For months ho has been
dodging, crawling behind subterfuges,
wriggling out from under ovcry prom
ise that he has made. Tho above res
olutlon, If lived up to b tho Hoard,
will effectually pin him. And the
members of tho Hoard nil agrco to
Bland by tho resolution. Fred Smith,
who for beeral meetings has refused
to oto on any Wallach matter, said
jostcrday that it tho other members
of the Hoard Intended to stick to their
resolution, ho wnntcd to go on record
as voting for It, also. Tho others all
said that they woula stick.
And jet, Charles K. Notley, poli
tician, when seen after the meeting,
professed to bo gieatly elated at what
had been done. "Wo hao tho Jloard
of Health Just where wo want It, now,"
ho said. "This 14 tho first tlmo we
liavo been nblo to get them down in
black and whlto Bcforo wo hao had
to deal with Plnkham. This tlmo It
Is with tho Hoard.
"Wallach has signed every agree
ment that has been presented to him
Ho has signed four times, nnd now
they want him to sign another."
"Well, will he Mgn this agreement,"
was asked of Notley.
"Yes, Wallach will sign this one,
Notley nnd Wallach wcro the only
Wnllachltcs present at tho meeting
Tho big Homo Ilulor was tho only
merabor of tho Commlttco of Ten who
was on hand. Thcro has been a
marked absenco of enthusiasm ovor
Wallach since tho formation of the
Commlttco of Ten tied up tho various
political parties so nono of them could
liopo (o get nny great advantage over
tho other by using Wallach as cam
Tho Wallach matter was brought up
at tho meeting of tho Board yesterday
by Plnkham himself, who, In his re
port to tho Board made tho following
In notifying, during tho rush of
cholera work December 21st, John C.
Lane, Chairman of tho Commlttco of
Ten concerning tho action of tho
Hoard on tho 20th a clerical error oc
currcd. As soon as I discovered tho
error I notified Chairman I.ano of the
I present copies, original and dtipll
cate, of tho agreement drawn by tho
Attornoy General as provided by sec
tlon Seventeenth of tho "Terms and
Conditions" as passed by tho Board
at Its meeting held November 20th nnd
the amendments adopted December
I suggest the.Board order tho agree
ment to bo compared with tho mln
utes of tho Board In Its presence nnd
that tho secretary bo dlrcctej to cer
tify under tho Beat of tho Hoard to tho
correctness of tho agrcemuut as
1 further suggest the dupllcato cor
tided copy bo sent to John C. Lane,
chairman, and that he bo notified that
J. Lor Wallach Is required to appear
at the office of tho Hoard of Health, at
tome suitably arranged time, to meet
tho convenience of both parties, be
tweon Wednesday, noon, Jnnuary 22nd
and four o'clock p. m., Monday, Jann
ary 27th, and to then nnd thcro sign
suld agreement as provided by section
seventeenth of said "Terms and Con
I tako tho liberty to quoto from a
personal letter written Superintendent
"Of courso I am to bring Mr. Wal
Inch with me.
If you approve, my programme will
bo to Introduco him Informally to tho
commlttco of Seven to tako him In
your buggy with mo to tho Baldwin
Home, where, ho can view the Inmates
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Henry E. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
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cf car line. Will sell one or two
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very best building lots in Manoa.
WATTY LDQ,, 74 3. KINO ST.
assembled tho same at both tho uIbIi
op and Bay View Homes.
I wish no speeches or band playing,
that can be done later If desired
Then comcR the selecting of tho
Tho selecting of tho twelve patients
lies solely with tho Committee of Sev
en, Superintendent McVeigh, Dr. Oood
huu and Mr. Wallach
Plnkham stated, In reference to tho
nbovo memorandum, that ho hail told
John Lano of tho error He suggested
that the original minutes on tho sub
ject bo compared with the agreement
drawn up by tho Attorney General.
On motion of Mark Robinson this com
parison wus made, and Iho error was
found to bo as stated b Plnkhnm
Wayson at onco mocd thnt a certi
fied copy of the agreement he sent to
Lano and that Wallach bo required
to appear at tho office of the President
of the Boaid of Health and sign tho
Wallach, who looked ns If ho might
Just haro emerged from tho laboratory
where he had dropped all tho chem
icals In tho place on himself, limned
latloly bobbed up nnd naked to bo al
lowed to Bay a fow words.
"Not unless the Board votes to hear
jou, Mr. Wallach," said Pltikhairl.
There was no motion by nny ono to
hear tho "healer," but JVnllach still
persisted In talking.
"Wallach, you sit down," snapped
Plnkham, bringing his clenched fin
down on tho table with a thunlp.
Wallach subsided for tho moment,
nnd Notley got up to try his luck. It
wasn't his lucky day. Nobody wanted
to hear him, either, and he was so In
formed. Wayson remarked that tho
tlmo for discussion had paused. Not
Icy persisted In talking, and Plnkham
again said tlf.it he was out of order
nnd could not bo heard without a vote
to that effect by the Board. Wayson
then Introduced tho resolution as
above, and It was Immediately sec
onded passed, despite the excited pn
tests of Wallach and Nolle), who In
slsted upon being heard on the mo
tion. They subsided again temporal
Ily, only to bob up again. Notley once
mora Insisted on talking, and went
ahead. Wayson remarked that the
resolution Just adopted by tho Board
precluded further discussion of the
matter. Notley talked on, demanding
that Plnkham read his correspondence
with John Lnuo. He was again told
that the Board did not caro to hear
"I have tho floor," ho declared. Ac
cording to the rulos of parliamentary
"This Is not a public meeting; It Is
a meeting of the Hoard of Health," In
"If wo can't get along without these
Interruptions, I think wo'd better go
Into oxecutho session," said Wnjson
"Sit down, please, Mr. Notley,"
tald Plnkham. ".Mr. Wayson has tho
And Notley Blowly subsided Into Mb
After a fow minor matters had been
disposed of, tho Board went Into ex
ecutive session, and Notley and his
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Urgent And Immediate
Need For Additional
' Burying Places
Cemeteries nnd the Immediate and
pressing need for more of them, wns
tho principal subject treated of by
President Plnkhnm yesterday In his
report to the Hoard of Health. In ad
dition to Plnkhnm's report, a leng
thy and exhaustive report on tho sub
ject by Chief Sanitary Oinccr Vcn
liulscn was rend, dealing with tho
need for more cemetorlos nnd his In
vestigations looking toward tho find
ing of locations sultablo and avail
able for them.
Plnkham stated that tho tlmo hail
now come when something must bo
done in tho matter nnd nt onco. Tho
present burlng places nro nil full,
ho said, and there Is room for only
a few more bodies.
No action wns taken In tho mat
ter, Dr. Wioson stating that ho
thought thcro should bo a full nnd
complctu discussion of tho subject bc
foro anything was done. Ho moved,
therefore, that a special meeting of
tho Hoard he held to deal with tho
matter. This motion enrricd. Way
sou moved that In tho meantime bur
ials of Indigent dead nnd Japanese bo
allowed to continue at I.ochvlew cem
etery, Pearl City, where Vcnhulzcn
hud reported that there Is still room
available. This motion nUo tarried.
Plnkham s preliminary statement
concerning tho cemetery mutter was
Tuesday, January 21, 1008.
To tho Members of tho Hoard of
I tako tho liberty of ugaln bringing
before ou Iho subject of cemeteries
with tho liopo somo tangible results
may promptly follow.
Unquestionably Honolulu needs u
largo cemetery that can properly ac
commodate all nationalities ami All ro
liglons. A cemetery that can bo laid
out nnd kopt in condition, by provl
slons for perpetual caro, correspond
Ing lo standards prevailing mi tho
mainland. Another essential is thnt
such a cemetery may bo reached at
oi dlnary street car fares.
Somo eight months ngo thinking
real cstato had declined to a point
where private holdings of land might
bo had for a cemetery slto nt a cobi
within public reason I began personal
Investigations nnd directed Chief San
Itnry Officer Tracy and his successor
Mr. Venhiilzcn, to Inspect certain sltee
and seek for others.
Tho government hns neither in Ho
nolulu nor vicinity nn adequate area
of land suitable for a cemetery.
Sovcrnl sites bnu been mentioned
thnt are unavailable oven If public ap
proval could bo secured, . Punchbowl
Is now n Federal lleservatlon and tho
th'rty-elght and one-half acres on tho
low or slopes of Tantalus, In tho rear
of tho Luualllo Homo cannot bo alien
atcd roni that Home.
Thcro Is a need for Immcdlata ro
ller In providing loom for tho burial
of the Indigent, nnd' prison dead; nnd
also for certain classes of Japanese,
all heretofore accommodated In the
Directly In tho rear of Mnklkl Cem
etery and bounded by an extension of
Wilder Avenue, mniikn street line, lo
tho gulch below Punchbowl nnd fol
lowing the contour of tho gulch until
It neatly Joins the innuka lino of the
cemetery Is a knoll containing pon
elbly two acres of government laud
unliable for burial purposes. Tho land
Is useful for no other purpose. Tho
Hoard ran properly recommend this
land bo added to tho Mnklkl Cemetery
and thus relluvo tho situation until n
larger cemetery can bo established
Hero I may as vvoll stato tho Hoard
has never In any lustanco failed In Its
duty townid tho helpless poor, decent
burials with tho aid of tho High Slier
Iff, thu Count nnd benevolent socio,
ties having been lirovlded. .,
There being two comctorles on Ka-
mehnmeha fourth Hoad and the vicin
ity and accessible fiom tho street car
lino I imido and dliectcd special In
veutigntlou to be made In that local
Ity. While considerable loud might
5oc to $2.00
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Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KINO ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
bo had excavations nnd valuations
proved thnt section unavailable.
Wo again turned to tho Gear, Lans
ing slto on the slopes of Diamond
Head. This Is directly below the Unit
ed Slates batteries. Mr. Vcnhulzcn
tins In his report qulto exhaustively
reviewed this site.
From n letter slnco received from
tho manager of tho Honolulu Itapld
Transit & hand Co., and submitted,
this location Is at present unavailable.
I have personally Investigated both
Mnnoa and Palolo vallcjs. They pro
tent no possible sites.
1 am much impressed with tho avail
ability and suitability of certain lands
llng mauka of tho Wnlalao road, at
Mollllll. In this tract tho government
owns eleven acres, tho Hlshop Kstato
has over ono hundred acres and one
or two other owners such areas that -
it would seem possible to secure n
cemetery situ largo enough for tbo re
quirements of nn Indefinitely long
time, ono that could be beautified and
enred for, nnd In addition bo roached
at tho lowest street car fares.
Wo havo had no opportunity to
make special soundings.
Tho Pearl City Ccinotery Is very
fairly reported upon by Mr. Venhiilzen,
whoso report on cemeteries Is proscnt
id and whoso work I commend to tho
Hoard for appreciation.
I hopo the Hoard of Health will not
tcaso to urge a settlement of tho ceni
etorv question for It Is n question that
must be settled and no tlmo Is as fnv
urablo as tho present.
In view of Mr. tVenhulzcn'B report I
need not extend my review of tho situation.
I lferovvlth hand a petition of
Messrs. CnBtlo nnd Wltnlngton, attor
neys, for the establishment of n small
ccinotery for Japanese nnd located ma
kal of the Mollllll Church.
V M. Weo was granted permis
sion to eiert and operate n laundry
on Kukul lano near Nmiunii, provid
ing ho compiles with tho sanitary ic
qulrcments. Dr. V. 11. Colvlllo nnd Dr. C 1
fliaiib, having passed tho medical ex
amination, wcro recommended for li
censes to piactlco medicine.
Plnkhnm reported that tho new
buildings of tho Receiving Station
would probably bo finished and ready
for uso by Keb. 3.
SilK Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
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Sixteen children are trampled lo
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C. W. French, head of Puclu Steel
company, Is arrested at San Joso on
charge of folony embezzlement
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