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EVENING. BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, DEC. 6, 1911,
IN HOT REPORT
SCORES 10CAL MEAT MARKETS
'Hint I In' methods nC handling' meat
In some nf the m.irkcts In Honolulu
:uv si menace In Ihc jmlillc health sinil
tli.it tlu"0 uf handling Ilsh nro men
none Is tlu- statement made ti Koail
Commissioner lUuard II. ltlnuchirl
In Ills nnuii.il icport to tho Governor,
illicit lias Just been published A
lnrRi peiccntngo of ptomaine poison
lug among the llnwallnns lie bcllCiiM
I brought nlioat hi ilceumposed finli,
II Is imp uf t ho stimigcU reK)rts that
hja let been published
"Pew of Hip mnrkcls," lio y. ".tliil
tiurkol stalls halo niliiii,itc Icobovo.i
.mil irftiscrnllng riKini mill thine tint
ltnic nricn ill) net maUo proper hio of
'hem Willi lint reu euep Inns tlio
nip.it is hung In ilio open air anil ca-
iyisei1 to files mid ilnst nt a lenitcrn
ll'iio of something llko 8." degiees 1'.
pnd'olten remains tlipic foi two d.ijs
or inuic. It In often not eion placed
In colO stnrnga oior nlgtit. Sample
of men,! which have bcn allow oil to
develop y maggots have shown (he
meat to ho terribly fly blown, t con
sider mimo of tho maikcts of Ilimo
lulil to he a mennre to the public
health, nml measures should be tik
en, If possible to remedy tills evil,
Handling cf Fish.
"The hamulus of fish Is ccn more
carclei.s than th.it of meat. A l.ugo
nor cent of tho rllj's supply Is deep
lea IIMi which Is btouglit In, on .lap
mcro r'unpans, Iced Tho flsli Is oft
en scleral lns old when 1t reaches
the market, bill being v. ell leed It Is
VSnally In good ciinditlon when It Is
taken from tho boats, but foods which
lmo onco been well Iced spoil quick
ly when cxxsed lu n high tcinpcrn
ttue. If the IIkIi were Immediately
placed on Ice and kept there until
rold very llttlii If mi) damage would
result, but that Is not ihat hapiicns.
Instead tho flli Is- placed on warm
tables and exposed to the warm air
until sold, Often tho fish remains
on the t.iblos all day, unsold, when it
Is placed In cold storage over night
and again exposed for sale tho fol
lowing day. It Is not alwas easy to
toll when fish has begun to spoil, and
undoubtedly a gicat deal of partially
decomposed fish reaches tho hnnds of
tho consumer. In my opinion a large
per cent of ptomaine, poisoning among
tho Hiiwnllnns can ho traced to Ini
tially decomposed fish. A regulation
requiring fish tn ho kept on Ico or at
a reduced temperature, in tho fish
flails would largely remedy this evil
nml lie a movo towards a more mod
ern and hjRcnlc condition In our mar
"Proni tho beginning it has been
the endcaior of this office to Improve
tho conditions under which iol, tho
principal food uf Ihc Hawnllans, it
manufactured and told. It was found
Hint flfly-ono pol shops wero manu
facturing this nrtlclo of food, and all
but two wero found In n very umlc
slrablo sanitary cniidlllon. In mnn
cases tho sleeping qmrtcis, eating
and cooking rooms wero lisod for
making and storing pol. In aomo
shops domestic animals wore found
housed In the same room whero lml
was made. '
"Kxamlnatlons of pol showed that
It was n common pr.ictlco to dlluto tho
pot with water1 and then ntlow tho
pol to swell until It had th6 appear
ance of ordinal y pol. Tho solid con
tent of pol was found to vary as much
us 50 per cent.
"Tho nppoar.inco of rlioloi.i In Ho
nolulu, In February, directed public
attention to tho condition of tho pol
i Hops, and It was because of this that
limner leclfdntlnli wna kwlunil . lwl - I
mlttlng only sanitary shops to exist
and establishing n standard for pol.
As a, result wo have now lint twcnl
shops making pol, nil of which nro a
groat Improvement ocr the old onen
In fnct tho shops now operating nro
In n satisfactory condition,
"When It Is ictnembercil Hint pnl 1
nn uncooked fcod It Is seen Hint tho
greatest caro ihould bo taken In pre
paring and handling It, Undoubtedly
pol should bo innilo In such n way us
In prevent as much handling with the
hnnds as possible after tho tnro Is
peeled. Tho machine made pol ha.
inuny ndv&ntagcs In this respect over
hand-pounded pol, and I would urge
Hint In the future permits for mak
ing pol ho granted only whero iiu
chines mo used nnd whero " proper
Herlllzntlon Is provided for."
Unfortunately a good many doctors
iefii8o to let well enough alone.
What a man says to his wife goes
If lie is using n telephone.
TALK OF PLANS
teS$SgS Furniture - MmMmm
7&jmmBsisrz. ; flaBiiK:q
XM)mBB3fflBm Make the Ideal Christmas Jmmm- T
flBHBPP Gifts - saBBB -. vzri
WO WHERE can you find a better selection of gifts for your family and
friends. Our three floors are crowded with articles suitable for every,
requirement. Come in and let us show you some of the new things
which will make gifts that will be appreciated. '
LADICC DESKS In JiUiOK.my, Ulrdsiy,., nolilcn Oak and Kuined."IO to JOO.
DESK CHAIRS -All tluMns, In Wood, C.tuu and n.ii; Seats. $3 5U to KO.
MUSIC CADINETS (lolili-n Oak mid .Mabogiiny. Ill to J35.
TOILET TABLES Ridden Oak, lllrdaqo Maple, Aluhogatiy uml Whlto L'n
iiiucl. 118 lo 110.
DKE&SEHS-lioldiii Oak, .Mubogiiny, Clri.isHl.in Wulnut, Illrduejo Mnpla and
White Kumiitl. JIL'.SO to J 07.
CHCVAL MinnOnS (ioldrn (Jiik or .Mahogany riaiues. Jtr, In 80.
FRAMED MIRRORS III White i:iuiiiiel, Ouk Hint .Muhiigany. 1 to 18;.- '
SHAVING MIRRORS Triplicate unit i:Uusloii. XKM to 8S0. '',
SHAVING STANDS-J10 to 12.
SMOKERS' STANDS nd CELLARCTTEO-JI r,0 to 1 20.
r-LOWER STANDS III Kurly i:ngllsli uml ruined Ouk. $10 to 114.
WORK TABLES In lirly UnglUh and Mahogany. tl.CU to j:0.
FOOT-STOOLS In Mabognny, Turned and Uarly UnglUli; riug mid Leather
Uphnlstired. ' fJM to $12.
t ' l
MAGAZINE RACK8 U.uly Uugllsli uud Kuined Ouk. I to.JIS.
TABORETS liood ussortmcut In ull tho llnlihe. tl.'JC to J 8.
HAT RACK8 In (lolidn Ouk uml I'unad. Jt.Du to U0. . ' .
COSTUMERS In Wood und Mctul. J I 00 to 8.'
RED CEDAR CHESTS nd SHIRTWAIST BOXE8-P.7S to (.-3.
MORRIS CHAIRS III (inldrii Oak, Fumed Oik, Mubogaliy and lllriUc) c,
with Velour, Silk I'lindi, Crotnniie, Imitation l.vuther uud Spanish
Leather Cushions. H tu 0 0(.
CHAIRS and ROCKERS Por Library, l.Mug Itooin. l'arlor, Hcccptlon
Itoom, Den mid llnlrooin; In Kolhl MHliog.iny, linltntlnii . MnliDgany,
Golden Oak, ruiiird Oak uml Illnt,ee; In Wood, Cauoiilid llag Keats,
and upholHtcied III Ttlpcstry, Vclouru, Il.ilr Cloth und Leathers. j:,00
' to tK.
ITABLE8 Por Hip Parlor, Lllnary und llpdiooiu; In pury llnleh. l.r0 to
- ' .. ' ' ' ' ""
' FOLDING CARD TABLES-S4 to $1 50. ' -?
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WASTE BASKETS-ln Punitil Ouk.UIurly L'tigllsh uud Miiliuguny. (UO to
-'' 3.75. t ,V-.I '
BOOKCASES In Ouk and Muhosuny. K.1 to (.&.
For the Children
t it ' i, ,ii ;!..
HIGH CHAIR8, ROCKERS, CHILD'S WALKER8, SWINQ8, DE8K8 and
CHAIRS, and DOLL BED3. t j
Buy early and enjoy better service and larger tortmente. .
Article purchased now stored fori ate r, delivery. r t
Articles purchased now stored forlater delivery, v N
Buy early end enjoy bet
ter service and larger
Articles purchased now
stored for later delivery.
Commissioners Havo Prelim
inary Discussion With
'i McctlnRH preliminary ito decision
upon plans for tho Hawaii exhibit to
tho Panama-I'aclflc oNpotltlon woro
held ycntordny by tho Territorial ot
pohlllon commlsaion oh I.wcUj ns tho
chairmen of nix mili-cominlttcw.
At tho nieclliiK or the commission,
Chilli man vood and Commlsiloncr
John HiibIich of Oaliit, U. N.' SI Wll
Kami of Maul and C. K. Wrkhti-of
Hawaii vuio prcsont. Tho most Im
portant IhltiR dono wa4 the derision
lo ask cmiRi-poH for n federal appro
prlatlon, riunwlhly of ,tQU,000, and
Dclesato KiOnnintiaole will 'ho nsked
to find out tho attitude of congress on
Tho commlmion toll! also usk Gov
ernor Frcir to Insert In IiIh c ill 'for n
rpcclal IcKlblatho Hcaslnn a provision
lor 11(1,111)0 for preliminary expensou
of tho commission, nn It la now totally
without fluids , .
Tho commission will offer prizes
for the most attractive iIcrIkiib for Its
exposltloii builillnR. Ono thousand
dnllnrs will prolmbly (tlio'thoi first
prize. Architect Applogurth of Sin
l'ranclsro has nlready submitted n dc
?l(m which will ho exhibited hero lat
Yesterday afternoon six chairmen
of mib-commlttccs mot In the cham
her of nomtiierra riMituq nnil tnlknd
"ocr prelllnliniles. They were Sitv
ciinlciiitent Pope, of the education
committee, Dr. K. V. Wilcox or tho
agriculture committee, W. T. Ilrlgham
of tho ethnological committee. It. 8,
llosmcr of tho forestry committor.
Joicph Uncle or the botanlcnl commit
tee, nnd W. II. Stockman, of the cllm
otology committee. A number of siiS'
Rcsuons along miNoiis lines wore
made but so Mr nothing cm be do
elded niton. Chairman Wood nnd
Commissioners Williams, Hughes nml
wiiRht wcio present.
lnform.il discussion cstcrdny
luoiuiht out tho comment that the ex
hibit nt Ihc Alaskn-YuUon-Pnc'flc ex
position nt Scatllo rather ir.er-empln"
Hl7ed (hu eiliicitlonnl side, and Ha
waii's climatic and sccnle attractions'
and uilvnnce. In methods of IIvIiir will
probably be emphasized nt San Kran-
A doctor's llrst nucstlon when con
sulted by n pntlent Is, "Arc our lioweln
reBiilur7" Ho know's that 98 of 111
lip'i Is nttended with Inactlio bowels
nnd torpid liver, nnd that this condi
tion must lio removed KPiilly and tlior
nimlily beforo beiiltli can lie restored.
Itexnll Orderlies are n posit he, pleas-
unt, snd Kufe rrmeUyfor constipation
nnd bowel tllnordcrs In Rcner.il. Wo
afo so certain of tbclr Krcnt ciiralliD
lue that wc promlvs to return tlio
purchaser's money In every enso when 'A
they fall to nroduce entire satisfaction.
''nexnll Orderlies are eaten llkecandy,
they act quietly, and nld In 'producing
n soothing: strengthening, hcnllmt ln
'fliicncc on tho entire Intestlnnl tract.
Thy dipnoi purRC, gripe, muse nntisea,
rlitulenee, exeessho looseness, diar
rhoea, or other niinoylng etteet. They
are ixieriill) gtwd for children, weak
perKons, or old folks. Three slses, 10c ,
25c, nnd fiOc'. 'Bold only at our store
Tho Rexsll Store. Ilensoni Smith &
Clean furnished rooms near carbarn
SM' lintel Ht- ' --.6l00-St
ROSA & CO.
Bottltd In Bond
JULES PERCHARDB & FIL8"
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
Wa D.llvtr to Any Part of th City
f acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREET
You'll And theyw U ood ftl
"It the FasliipiT
Hotel nr. Fort D.-E. DtTiti, Froi
Xt)l IALX AT All, IAX
- - Telephone 2131
Agents For -INGLEN00K
PhonS2026. P. 0. Box 488
THE DOCTOR'S W.ESTJ0N
.Much SlrkncM Due to lloncl Dis
opkici: or Tin: hoard op
Honolulu, Hawaii. Dec. C. lull.
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TENDER8 FOR BCEF CATTLE.
Healed lenders endorsed "TKNDnilH
POIt IinilP CATTI.ir will be recoiled
at the ofllee of the Hourd of Health,
milll 12 -o'lloclcnoon,' Monday,, Decem
ber 18, 1911, for supplying tho Leper
Settlement, Molokal, with beef caltto
for the period of six months from Jan
uary 1, lDi:, to June 30, 1912, under 1"
the follow Inc conditions, namely:
1. The bidder must orfer to furnish
fat beef tattle lo weigh not, less than
nr,0 iHtunilH net when dressed. In lots
iiicriiKlng iihoiit CO head per 'month.
more or les, ns may be specified by
the Superintendent of the Icpcr Set
tlement, dclliered at Ibo taper Heltlc
iiient, Molokal. I'or further Informa
tion apply at the olllce of tho Hoard of
2. Hides, tnllow nnd offal to lie tho
property of tho Hoard of Health.
3. Uneh bid must lie for the prlca
per pound live weight, with an nlter
untlie offer of u prleo per head.
4. Tho successful bidder must agren
that all cattle arc offered for ilclhcry
subject to the rlwht of the Superin
tendent of tho Leper .Settlement to re
ject nny or nil unlit for uhc, In vihlcli
cient other initio must be forthwith
furnished to make up the required
nuhiber nnd thoo rejected fortbiilth
removed at the expense of the bidder.
All bids must bo submitted In ac
cordance with, and subject to, the pro
visions nnd requirements of Act C:
Session 1-nwH 1909.
Tenders must lio accompanied by n
cerlltled check tqunl In amount to r,i
ht cent of Ibo tender on the basis of
60 head per month, or 60 head per
month weighing net, when dressed, 3D0
Till: HOARD. OF HKAI.TIL
C By Its President,
' J. 8", H. PRATT.
5100 Dec. 5, 6, 7,'8,.'ll, 12, 13, 14, IB.
OPPICK OP T1IK HOARD OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. W 1911.
TENDER8 FOR PAtAI, LEPER
Sealed teftders endorsed "TIINDHRH
Port PAIAI. hKPRR SKTTI-KMHNT,"
wjll bo retched nt tho olllce of the
Hoard of Health, until 12 o'clock noon,
Monday, December 18, 1911, for supply
ing the l.eper Settlement, Molok'ul, with
pnlal during the period of six months
from Januury 1, 1912, to June 30, 1912,
under Ihc following conditions, name
ly! Tenders lo bo for Ibo prlca per bun
dle of ihiIiI weighing twcnty-IUo (25)
pounds net Tho pnlal to bo freshly
inailo and securely packed In tl leaiei
and delivered In good condition at the
Leper Settlement, Molokal.
Tenders tn bo based on Ibo supply
of 900 to 1900 pulul per month to bo .
dclliered us ordered by tho .Huperln- -
tendent and tho supply lo begin with
the first week of January, 1912.-
Por further Information upply at Ilia
ollleo of tho Hoard of Health, Hono
lulu. Tho Hoard rcseries the right to pur
cIiiiko tarn from Walkolu'Vnllcy.
Tenders must bo accompanied by u
certified check equal In uinount to 5
per cent, of tho tender on the basis of
1200 pulul per month.
All bids must be suhmltted In ac
cordance with, nnd be subject to, tho
provisions and requirements of Act 62,
Session Ijiwm of 1909. 'V.-
TIIH HOAIID OP IHTALTH.
Hy Its President,
J. 8. H. PRATT.
5100 Dec 5. 6, 7, 8, , 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
OPPICU OP TIIK BOARD OP
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 5,. 1911.
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
Sealed Renders endorsed ''TENDERS
FOR PURCHASK OP IIIDHS," for the
purchase of hides belonging to the
Hoard of Health, for the rloil of six
months from January 1, 1912, to Juno
30, 1912, n III bo received at tlio office
of tho Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock
noon, Deirmber 18, 1911.
Tenders must be for the prleo per
pound for hides dclliered on tho wharf
at Honolulu, on welRhts approved by
on agent (if the. Hoard or Health.
I'liymentH required In U, 8. Kold coin
Immediately after delhery. v I
The Hourd dooH not bind Itself to
accept the highest or nny bid.
THH IIOAHD OP HHALTH.
II) Us President,
J. S B PrtATT.
6100-Dcc. 5, 6, T.'fl&Jfr l?.. U. IB.
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