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PEARLCITY OBJECTS TO TRAINS.
The Readeats Wast No
With the Capital.
s6 GKK.ULV rCIKCD.
Geard riiJ AtaB;the
Will H Gd of
Metier Hld YefterdaT .nother
thU Moraine No Train.
A veix animated meeting of tha
dUiec5 of Pearl City and TicinitT
was held in Efra court house
morning at 10 o'clock.
There wire oner fifty persons present,
representing different nationalities.
J. A. HassiaiKr of Pearl Citv
acted as president.
The meetinc was called to make
regulations uncer which the cin
zens could act in the cres ch
It was decided sftsr a great deal
of discussion ;o farhid people froru
Honolulu going into Pearl City.
The dtiieus present came to the
conclusion that they did no; care
to haTe any mere trains run through
'Pearl City and decided to allow
the morning train on the railroad
to run through Tuesday morning.
rt"rr.tr;'r Ina n w
and re dn in Honolulu until
netiticn was sccressec to the
xcaru o. nealth skiing tha; a
physician sent u Pearl City to
iuvesticaie into the health of the
It was learned later that
thr rohTsfdan asked for had been
zrauted as in the case of Kaneohe,
r -? t Tt -
io wmcu rases riowsrc weni
Is was deeded to our three r
fccks to kill far lueat. These were
ccczh; frcm Alex. Bowsetu
cnase ct mcre will attended to
-i- as the cecsssities of the case
Ctrc: ud. A census of Pearl City
icnlry w3i be tiken and the
t atrcn witn resrect to the
cciiciticn of the pecpls learned.
These who can. afford it will haTe
iokt; --si iz.e tsoor
wOi hare the same given them free
cf charge. Forbidding retching cf
fish has talc cr the people and it
is hoped the purchase of buikeks
fcr fresi meat will obviate this dif-
ficdtV tO a CTSSt extcCt.
a ert win c ancer .mtziz CI
v- eitEiccs ai 10 a. tozsj. At
in .. " L t; ZJ. thematier
cf aiiGwmz truss to run. will be
. . x.
isec to run trair:1 tnrocgntseptaae
at a n cc rouen miles per beer.
: rocz Testerca a ruarc was
wM fce three
SF .o pgzsot xro
fc ai - K 3 to ete PeKl
Iztd. si the Hoeztiul
C L. Dccre. ci tbe
Star. cec as tbe Chcra I
Si: rxy uight ?.rsr
rccrs. Da, Dxj -, Waul
stcoi hr his becsics to toe last, bul
their ccedcered effbrs could zct
i.u eeeessau rir. aes.
wri a. brsI cocrpeaini fir sereral
drrs, hrrl his ctccitfcc did res
Zrvsezac ia ahect
iiSruAy. h reniirec ai ris
cone cf! after i oeJccx. ad
tber: reucrtai as the Hralth 0c&.
- r esse mtH S Tbe
??r jzz. tack a. brti tsru srd
The ceoeassi can her frocn
iiL JXi u cbrrre ef tbe Star
phcl iii hid jqzzus&j been hi
gkrr ef Wziuz G. S.r?ith,
eciisr c tbe tacr zi thai
srxs SKemsas ef
xzd szTT&i in itst
CZZftZSZT tc wsessl TTZS
si ersrsom: ssii
Xc?si. He r. W,"
t32Z,Z2&S: : m e-
tzzx zzi carnsfc feds
T& daisajei a: ct
tbe 0k5i ?i. Hie srxs ss ex.- -
president of the local Typographi
cal Union. He leaves a mother
and sister in San Diego.
Uonnd far Sun Franclfco.
The barkentines Archer and S.
G. Wilder will both leave for San
Francisco tomorrow afternoon with
passengers; the accommodations of
both vessels will probably be taxed
to their utmost. Mrs. Calhoun,
wife of Captain Calhoun, Jr., and
Miss Eleanor Kern, her sister, will
both leave on tha Archer. Marked
letters will be forwarded on the
Steacis in finorantine.
The five-day quarantine was up
yesterday for the steamers James
Makee and Waialeale ; the Kauai,
Claudine and Likelike will be free
today. The Makee and Kauai will
be free today. The Makee and
Kauai are both loaded with coal ;
the other vessels will have to take
on considerable freight before they
10 PLANTERS TOT BICE,
They ?end an Agent on the
Vjl ArrfYtt Teitcnl; xnd Depart
Again for Kahnlal Clandlse 31mj
Sail Today Dpartur.
The steamer Hawaii, Captain
FitrKrald, arrived from Hawaii
yesterday afternoon and according
to orders came to anchor outside.
C. L. Wight went out and ordered
the vessel to Kahului for a fresh
supply of coal. She will return to
Puuloa, this island, and load rice
for plantations on Hawaii. Her
departure from the place mentioned
is subject to further orders.
The vessel was not chartered by
the planters, but Captain Fitzgerald
was requested to return with a
cargo cf rice. A. Cockburn, agent
for Theo. H. Davies i Co. at Hilo,
was sent on the Tessel to make
arrangements for purchasing it. He
uHi Hz. "Wight that the Hilo
people wanted the steamer to pro
ceed, to iauai :or the rice, but Mr.
Wight was doubtful if the steamer
would be allowed a landing for
such a purpose j her coal supply
would run short, causing a serious
predicament for a steamer. Finally
it was decided to send her to Kahului,
as above mentioned.
Captain ritrgerald stated yesterday
that opinion was almost evenly
dhided en the question of whether
or not steamers would be allowed a
landing. Ii seemed to him that
people who had interests at stake
were in favor of allowing freight
and passengers to be landed.
The Hawaii left Paauhau on
Senear being forced away by
stcrmy weather. Sbs tried to run
in at MahnknriS, but could not for
the same reason.
It could not be learned positively
last night if any island steamers
weeld leave port during the day
it u uuceiitccd that tee ireignt
th t.. " Ir" a jvl n?r;
If it should be decided to
sod its latter vessel she wfll stop
ai ports en Maui and then proceed
Cap&.in Cimpbell could not
slate anything positive regarding
tbe rrorements cf the inter-island
i"2WS ?S03f JAPAN.
Tctchama reruns thai ccrire a
chofera in a
tna attaiiea 2fSi, ard tilIsd5X
A Tapar seal fshirg cempany
has beer crgssiKd bjTciyo capital
ins to ecxv&& wish fcreigs sealers
ci"rbe ecaszs ci Japa-
The Ifrrriifr c Frharce tsued cs
xbcBixi ci Japxr: to add 1G
ii'filSiX t to its eapttal.
mccey viilfce raid in tflfffi tczzts.
Tbe fcearrtg cf an ipn
bj Jchs Tixxzz Ecsfc, eclczzd
s!2: ci tbe TJ. S. S. xciiscwn,
air,?-,-; a cjhcs. ci Hbn TJ. S.
sc! at 2tgijaii, c a ebsz&i ci
rzs rted JicMse Eimd
U7.t3s 'Kvzpsi, fcts eccclcd?d it
tb IT. E Lgttict th raas
fcKT3T to eocfoKMst fcr
Ihrs jess ad red ?I-
Ad2Sii5rci5 railiriy aarsitit
in Jipsz. A traic
4DJ Jznz&i tc&GVir irts of
HzzvUfii. i&raz&z. Eee? yr'? Hiro
Ife3 cf th trccjs were
iOSed fajti iipi. TbK&5is t
? ririrg fet tb -war- Tee
riHwsyKae ty Eeie aid Hirsr
eai rs rxziSri. tb -i- i&d
as Lt tioe 2. raga.aMi
& the trsfa ci" tb J
t jzo tbe tea. '
I PI IPIIT PI 1 1 1 II n firr 111 PlOrO
. hfl ro Mlh rr in .o.r.V
Six Additional Cases Rcpotted.at
rOVK MOKE DEATHS KKCOKDKD.
Bunt of Ilralth Vci.
el From San Franclico May lie Sent
to Other ItlamU to Unload Landing
Frelcht at Other IIand l'oltcp Duty.
Cases reported yesterday...
Previously reported . ..
Deaths previously reported........... 45
Deaths to midnight-.... 4
Six cholera cases were reported up
to sundown yesterday; no cases were
recorded irora that time up to a late
hour last night. A native named
at the hospital last night
about S:30 o'clock, making the fourth
death for the day.
SITUATION TO SUNDOWN.
There were six cases of cholera up to
sunset yesterday five natives and one
Japanese. Of the natives two were
from Waipilopilo, Kapalama, making
respectively the twelfth and thirteenth
cases from the same place. It
will be remembered the house in
which these persons lived before
the disease has been burned.
Following is a resume of cases up to
Kexeko, Japanese, resident of
"Kakaako; taken sick in the morning,
reported at 6:10 a. m. and died at 10:15
Mart Puaaiona, resident of
taken sick in the morning
and reported at 7 a. m.; early stage;
twelfth case from same place.
Kxohaliku (w), resident of
taken sick in the morning and
reported at 7 a. m.; early stage; thirteenth
case from same place.
Kuhauni, resident of Kalis; taken
sick at 4:30 and reported at 5 p. m.
Makanui, resident of Puunui;
taken sick early in the day and reported
at 5 p. m.
Solomona, resident of Puunui;
taken sick early in the dav and re
ported at 5 p. m.; early stage.
DEATHS EEPOBTED YESTERDAY.
Besides the death of the Japanese,
two deaths of patients from the previous
Lutka (w), resident of Kalia, died
at 11:55 a. m.
Lum Kau, resident of Panchbowl
street, died at 2iS) a. m.
At the regular 3 o'clock meeting of
the Board of Health yesterday afternoon
there were present President
Smith, Ministers King, Damon and
Hatch; Vrf. .Emerson, Day, Wood, J
aowara ; .tier. j. jr. rsirnie, froressor
Alexander, Colonel McLean; Mera.
Athertoa, Ena, Spalding, Lansingj
Keliipio, J. T. Waterhoose, Scott,
Armstrong, Hackfeld, Giffard,
McCandless, Soper. Dillingham,
J. 2C. Wight, D. L. aone, James
Boyd, Focke, Brown and McCandleia.
President smith outlined the pro
gress of the disease. Taere had not
been as.manycas in the past twenty-four
hours. Beferred to a poi supper
which Mr. Dodge, Mre. Carrol and the
Chinese servant participated in last
Thursday night- Becky Panee bad
not eaten any of the squid which tbe
others had partaken of. The three
whu did eat cf the fish wete taken
violently ill and died. Bcky Panee
was still alive and improving.
President Smith abo stated that the
Japanese and Chinese doctors who
had beta invited to the cholera hospital,
had at last come to the conclusion
that the epidemic now in Honolulu
was cholera. Previously tbay had
refQHd to concur In tbe decision of
the majority cf while doctors in the
Tbe matter of lifting the quarantine
from certain places previously infected
with cholera was brought before
the Board. President Smith named
7cmI places from which he thought
the quarantine abottld be lifted.
The matter of burning two bouses
wsj retorted to the Board. Dried
fiih, squid and other KMpidoos articles
bad been confiscated. A record
had been kept.
Dr. Howard was despatched to Ka
awhe to retnrn XrAxj. The people In
that place were not tiefc but wanted a
rhjiidin to tell them to, caid
With rwpect to burnioz houses and
article. Minister Damon
wfcfatd to know IX toe owner or their
were praent at the
time inleiea were eonitexud or
It wwM be nary to
haTe thm present tor tbe porpow; of
President Smith was given authority
to a?lBt m amenta of the Board, Dr.
C- T. ExJen, J. Mandes, E. O.
Whit, J.LCTortert,aol Geo.
It w TotEd to place fa on the llt
xp7rt art W,
Ptstdct smith aid it bad Utn
iBgxitd to bira that tiie Clacdice
altowed to 9 to Ullo Taetday with
aJ xcaiL Ttvs exact
rxild tr eziaiod to th
St what rettrptfoo thy would
It thJ?fct a g4 Jfcio:; to feaTe
tte wtfcostrrAJoba go dirtet to fflto
-d the Aodtw Welch to RahsJoL
) People on Hawaii anu Maul could thus
Sbesmnpneu wiuiout tno least danger
. of Infection.
I'rcsuiPtu smim mougni tuo matter
of frelcht had better be postponed until
more could be learned.
John Ena fnid tho Pahala and
Hutchluson tilautatlous had signified
"their perfect willingness to have
freight landed for their uso but the
people in Hilo had fo controlled
things that nothing could be
done. The peoplo iu Kau were
about starving. Mr. Ena could not
see why the people of Hilo should bo
allowed to dictate to tho Kau district.
The Hall could go on Tuesday with
Sheriff Hitchcock rtboard. Perhaps
a landing could be effected. The Hall
bad been virtually in quarantine
Dr. Wood aald the matter of freight
not being allowed to be landed on the
other islands was not a matter for the
Board to consider. It came rather
within the jurisdiction of the police
department The Board had decided
to send freight away from this port
after the necessary precautions. It
was the clean freight so far as the
Board was concerned. That was the
end of it.
President Smith was in favor of re
ducing to minimum the danger of
cholera infection on the other islands.
The quarantine should be as strict as
Mr. Lange asked about shipment of
guns, powder, percussion caps, rice
bags and other articles to Ewa.
President Smith did not think It
was safe to fumigate powder.
Dr. Day said there vas no danger
from bags after thorough fumigation.
The motion to put rice bags on the
list of export articles was carried.
The twenty-one districts into which
the city bad been divided by the Central
Committee were read by President
Smith. The regulation was adopted.
Another regulation of the Central
Committee to the effect that no person
in the city of Honolulu shall
change his place of abode wtibout per-mission
of the Board of Health, was
Minister Damon offered tho suggestion
that the sub-agents of the Central
Committee be made agents of the
Board of Heaitii. Mney could carry
out their work more effectively.
B. F. Dillingham thought the indiscriminate
coming and going of persons
living in the valleys should be
stopped. Sab-agents had taken a lit
tie authority and stopped some of the
Chinese already. It was a matter of
great danger to have persons from the
valleys visiting the city without any
special motive. Some of these might
go to Infected districts, partake of
food there and carry infection Into
their valley homes. A list of actual
working persons of the valleys should
be taken and permits granted to these
Col. Soper asked why some of the
lumber at tha old fish market hat'
been burned and some was left near
the new fish market. Hail heard that
the lumber was to be sold. It seemed
to him that the orders of the Board of
Health had not been strictly carried
out. If a part f the lumber was
burned the whole should be destroyed.
A motion to use the schooner Hawaiian!
wi a scow to take rice to the
steamer Hawaii for the other islands
was carried and tbe Board adjourned.
CHOLERA IN JAPAN.
The Japan Mail print the following
interview with Dr. Eldrldee on the
subject of cholera in Japan -
Ud to June 14th there have been
15S2 cases in Japan itself, representing
tbe invasion of at least a
undred different localities, and yet,
with the exception of certain of tbe
military posts at which tbe Imported
cases were first received, and where it
bas been most successfully handled
and restricted, tbe disease bas. in
every instance, been stamped ou
with tbe occurrence of the tint half,
dozen cases. Considering that thous
andsof troops and cooliea are now re
turning to their homes, that the land
quarantine of cholera is, for many
reasons, most difficult, and that It ii
generally Ineffective, and that infection
of the most malignant type may
be carried by one suffering from what
is apparently a slight indisposition,
the work accomplished ibis year by
the Japanese in controlling and limiting
the spread of cholera is not only
marvelous, but, I think, unprecedented.
So far aa I know, there is no record
of such successful sanitation to it
is in tbe work of the English tanltary
authorities, in Vf1; but In thU case
the points of outbreak were very few,
and the machinery for control, though
no more perfect, theoretically, than
that cf tbe Japanese, ha been tbe
growth of a century, and has tbe advantage
of an almost unlimited sup
ply of thoroughly educated and ex
penenceo men as its instrument.
Remember that, until a few years,
tbe introduction of even afclngfecase
of cholera practically ensured a widespread
epidemic, that the ranltary
system of Japan dates from 177 only,
and that its officers bave bad to be
educated and trained ab Initio; that,
a? a matter of fact, tbe government
baa had, to far, during the pressnt
emergency, no alvice or a&eUUnce
wbaterer from foreign expert, and
tbe tuceeti of tbe Japa&ne in this
great battle araintt disease and death
ean be appreciated at Its true valu
Whether, with tbe setUr.? in of the
hot weather, and the even wider
cf the Alva by the still
returning member of tbe
forces, the present fcuperb mult
can be continued, remain to be Mn ,
but whether complete control of tli
peelileoee be, or le cot, within tbe
power r,t tbsauthoritie, tbe management
of the situation up to datl an
achievement an para 1111 la tbe history
Capitis Gslw?.y will fcaTe for the
eoe ot tbft Vi!car t&. In & In
dey, to make eo iteinarion ll
5 the owner of tbe wreck now-