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ANNEX r CAFE
late Chief Steward of the
Committee Appointed To
Look Into T-he
Tho rosletintlnn nf Dr. v n linlil.
Will US 0110 Of tho (llSIIP11K.lJ tlhVHl.
eland to tlio Hoard of Heult'li wns
presented nnd accepted by tlicUioanl
nt Its meeting ycslerdny nfteknoon.
Tho whole mnttcr. oVcn tho nfatter
llf thn rpnlirnnllmi tf n. tlnt,il
nnd tho alleged reasons for his noVju-
itiB. woro rcrerred to n committee
consisting of Dr. Wnrson nnd ilk
Smith. Dr. llaldwln Is now on unir
of tho other IslnmR Tho committee,
consisting of Dr. Wnyson und Krcd.
Snillh, will look Into tho mnnner In
which the dispensary Is being run,
nnd will nlso probably present tho
nnnie of Bomeonu to tnlto tho place
loft vacant by Dr. Ilnldwln, nt tho
A portion of tho Inltcr's letter to
St. V. Hoblnson, President of tho
Hoard of Health. Is given. Dr. Dald
"I will not bo In Honolulu before
November 1 of this vent- to iirnttl
and as the matter Is causing ml verso
ruicism, as jou slate, I herewith on
lose my resignation to tho Hoard, I
lo this with great regret, an thn ills.
pensary practise Is a lino of work
that I especially onjoy, as Is evidenc
ed by tho fact that I. nt ilrst. envo
sevoral months' service nt tho dispen
sary without compensation."
HcKldcntn of Maklkl hold a meeting
Inst night In tho school building nt tho
comer of lleretnnla nnd I'llkol streets
and organized ns tho Knahumanu im
provement Club nnd decided lo Im
prove nnd protect, tho residential sec
(Inn In that neighborhood against the
erection of the Japanese camp. Tho,
olllccrs or tho club are ns follows: C.
I. McCarthy, president; C. W. Ash
ford, vice president; T. V. Lansing,
treasurer und J, I,. McLean, secre
tary. On tho executive committee
with theso are J. II. FlBher, J. M. Oat,
B, V. Hose, T. II. Lucas nud Allan Her
bert.! Before tho meeting adjourned the
following was read and adopted:
"Whereas, In many of tho beautiful
resldenco districts of Honolulu largo
catnus or Cheap lodging-houses nro be
ing established, many of them being
so concluded as to bo public nuisances
and nil of them being unsulted to such
districts and an Injury to property
values; ue it
"Itcsolfod by tho members of tho
Knahumanu Improvement Club, That
tho Representatives In the coming Leg
islaturo bo urged to pass n law pro
viding for the consent of surrounding
property-owners beforo any such lodg-Ing-houso.
camp or hotel shall bo li
censed: also a law to further regulate
such places for bettering their moral
and licnlth conditions, under tho super
vision oi mo uonru or Health; and be
"Hesolved. That tho Doard of Super
visors be asked to pnsB an ordinance
to effectively deal will; said subject."
REED'S ISLAND PROGRESS.
Hllo, Sept. 15. Tho contract has
neon signed ror tne erection of a
Biiperlor resldenco on Reed's Island for
Mr. ueorgo Rlchurdson. From the
plans. It Is evident that the new build
ing will bo an additional ornament to
tho locality, whllo the Internal ar
rangement nnd finish wilt bo on the
most approved principle . Tho ground
plan occupies a space of 76 feot by 04
foot, nnd the building will bo of threo
stories, with roof garden. The base
ment is to ho 7 feot high, tho second
slnry. 11 feet, und tho third story 1!
feet. Tho rooms Include parlor, 24 by
25 feet; dining room. 1,8 by 24 feel
ono bedroom 25 by 25 feet, nnd three
other bedrooms. There will bo a Alio
lnunl in front and on two sides which
will bo 10 feet wido, nnd a section 10
by 10 will bo screened off as a smok
ing room. Tho hallway Is to bo 9 feot
! InchvH wldo, with stairs loading to
tho roof garden, which will measure
IS by 40 feet, Tho windows nro to be
glazed with diamond fl,iuied panes, the
Intel lor will be enamel painted! with
wall-paper In modern style, Tho con
tractor Is MrTErlckson.
I. l' Tupper was drowned In an
ntlpnipt to rescue his C-yeur-old son,
who wns dragged Into tho Snake riv
er 'nnd drowned at Twin Kalis, Idaho)
by a fish caught on n lino.
Tho Association. of American Law
Schools, at Seattle, passed resolutions
favoring n three yenrs" course of
study as necessary to the granting
NEW HOUSE and lot at Walkiki,
near Damp MoKiniey, u rooms; in
sured for $500; lot 60x100. PRICE
REDUCED TO $6001
P. E. R. Strauch
'WAITY BLDG. 74 S, KINO ST,
HONOLULO, T. H. PniDAY,. SEPT. 18,
FLIES ARE CAUSE
OF FEVER CASE!!
Committee From Board
Of Health Report
Myriads of (lies have, according td
the report of u committee appointed
by the Hoard of Health, been respon
sible for tho largo number of typhoid
fever enses that hnve existed among
the Chinese, and Japanese laborers nt
Kahului pldntatlon. The report oi
tho committee Is, In part, ns follows:
Sept. 15, 1908.
To the Members of the Hoard of
Your President, Dr. Wnyson, and
Dr. l'ratt went to Kahuku plantation
to look Into, and If possible to deter
niln the cause of, the prevalence of
nn iruusual number or cases of ty
pholdfevcr In tho laborers' camp,
nenr the mill site and railroad sta
tion. Typholiffevcr has been In evidence
more or less slnco the Knliuku nlnn-
tntlon waaVtarted, but this summer
tho number of cases have increased
nlurhilngly: "htlnclnnllv innonir tlm
Japanese und Chinese laborers of tho
This camp was, unfortunately,
poorly located foHvgood draining; it
being bo low and (Tut. Tim worst
feature about It Is that all sewerage
empties Into u marshy spot, about
1.000 feet awny, where pond lilies
grow luxuriantly. On ,the edge of
this pond, many piggeries, owned by
Chinese nnd Japanese, are located.
Tho myriad of files that were ob
served around and on these lilga, cou
pled with the fact that the plus wero
watered from this polluted marsh, Im
pressed us very forcibly tha't flies
from such n foul spot could readily
become n source of contamination In
connection with foods, etc, in this
camp. In fact, we' consider that tho
number of enses now existing nre due
to the' contamination of foodstuffs
and tho water supply1, the former In
nil probability by flies'.
Tho water supply of this camu Is
obtained from, an artesian well of the
mill site. From an Investigation of
the surroundings we thought there
wns a possibility of the water being
contaminated. Mr. Andrew Adams.
manager of Kahuku plantation, sent
samples of water both' from the mill
well and from t'be.wtll at tho Jap
anese camp to Honolulu for analysis.
A report from Mr. R. A. Duncan.
Food Commissioner and .Analyst,
shows conclusively that the witter
from the mill well Is unfit for dtlnk
JAPAN'S PLAN TO
' GREET OUR FLEET
Toklo, Aug. 18. It was determined
iwuuy mat mo American battleship
fleet shall bo greeted upon arrival at
Yokohama liv thn nuaunilitn,! ,.7a.. r
Japan drawn up In a grand battlo line
oi welcome, it win bo tho tultnlnnt
Ing maneuver of tho Mikado's practlco
In Which nracllenllr nil Ilm lmM-int
ships of Japan will tnko part.
japau is planning to make the re
ception of tho fleet here the most
magnificent event of tho world torn
nnd battleships of the western nation
will bo tho guests of tho ships of Nip
pon. Whllo tho sailors ami Ofllrnm' nrn
tho guests of tho people.
ino spectacle of tho visiting fleet,
being welcomed by tho Japanese, ships
In their best nrrnv. Hhlnlnp nnd ,1a,..
orated In holiday attlro is expected to
uo me greatest nuvaiy msplay over
witnessed In tho Orient, If not In the
The occasion of tho arrival of tho
American mon of wur on October 17th,
following tho completion of the grand
nilinnilVAralliV thn iiiima flnnt ta l.il..
anticipated as tho most Important
i-veiu oi inu year,
Mosquitoes, "tho llttln neskv nrli.
turs." hnva bftml lMvim nttnnllnn Uv
the agents of the Hoard of Health, as
is biiowii uy mo following: report of
the- General Health and Sanitary offi
cer: M. P. Robinson, Esq.. President.-Ter
ritorial Hoard or Health. Hmolu:i.
Herewith Is Hiilimltlwl tnv rnimrt ,r
tllo Work flnmt In tlin mfmnnltn mm.
palgu for tho month of July, 1908:
Cesspools oiled, 437; privy vaults
oiled, 450; holes and low places oiled,
902; swamps oiled, 58; ponds oiled, 4;
catch basins oiled, 459; troughs oiled,
31; receptacles containing wntnr
turned over, 719; loads or tin cans,
bottles, etc., removed to dump, 93 V4;
gallons of oil used, 587,
In tho malorltv of thn rpnstinnlo
privy vaults nnd receptacles contain
ing water, wrigglers woro found.
Thn dnllv rtuinrfs nf thn ItinnnMnru
Bhoy nn improvement In a number of
uiocks aim quiio a iiitlu permanent
work has been accomplished.
Twelve firemen woro In hired hv n
falling wall at a fire which destroyed
tho plant of the Ovorbrook Carnet
Company In Philadelphia, Pa., entail
ing a loss or lUGu.ogo,
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v Commencing, at 9 A. M.
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