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BOARD OP HEALTH
REFUSES TO ALLOW LOR WAL
LAOH TO TREAT LEPERS UNTIL
IS IT SUPPLIED.
The Board of Health onct) again has
"settled" the Wallach matter. That
is, by a very pnsitlve vote the body at
its meeting yesterday afternoon turn
ed down a resolution to let "Dr." Wn
lach experiment on certain lepers
from the Molokal settlement, without
first furnishing evidence that he can
do something beneficial. Nobody out
side of the Board, if Indeed they them
selves do, believes thar the matter 13
any more settled now than it was be
fore they votnj this last time on the
question; in fact from the demonstra
Hon r.na the hairnngue made in the
hallway of tlio Board of Health oiil'.d
lng lifter the meeting had adjourned
by Charlie Notley, the Homo Rulo
leader, it would seem that it had only
"They haven't settled anything,1
said Jack McVeigh, superintendent ot
the Settlement, referring to the Una
after the meeting, "Unless I miss my
guess the thing has only Just nici'I
When the matter came U a vote, af
ter there had been expressions from
all of the members, only Dr. Wayson
and David Kalauokalani. Sr., tlio ouo
Hawaiian m.mber, suppoort It. Dr,
Baldwin, C. R. Hemenway. Ma'k P.
Robinson, anJ F. C. Smitn nil vote
against it, and President Plnkbani
who didn't vote, had sufficiently iKlt
cated his views to show that he sided
with the majority side. 1
The meeting was devoted almost en
tlrely to the consideration of tne W.u
lach affair. As soon as the minutes ot
the previous meeting had been read
President Pinkham's message, as pub
lished in yesterday's Star, was read as
well as tne resolutions passed by the
mass meeting at Aala Park last Sat
urday night, and the petition from Mo
iokai, signed by 527 lepers.
The resolutions of the Aala Park
meeting have been given before in
substance, they are voluminous ana
abound In numerous citations of laws
relative to medicine generally and 01
leprosy in particular, and demand that
Wallach be allowed to treat for six
months a number of patients selected
for the purpose, who have been exam
Ined by a committee of practicing phy
slclans, two' of which to bo appointed
by the Board of Health, two by Wal
lach, and a fifth by the four already
selected, The same committee to pass
upon the "cures" at the end ot the
me iiaiaupapa petition was very
moderate in tone and asked simply
that Wallach be given a chance to try
his alleged remedies on a number 01
such sufferers who might be willing to
submit themselves absolutely to Wal
lach, and relieve the Board of any
responsibility whatever for any conse
quences of the trial.
Pinkham then hiade a short state
rnent ot his trip to Molokal last week
and of his reception there. He sata
that the people of the Settlement were
amenable to reason, which Re mass
of iHawallans outside are not. He
stated that the sufferers at Kalaupapa
had Indignantly repudiated the state
ments that Pinkham would not be safe
in visiting the Settlement, and stated
that during his stay there he had slept
In Superintendent McVeigh's house
without the doors being locked or oth
er precautions taken to guarH himself,
He declared, however, that the Board
should not be Insulted by demands ot
a man like Wallach, that he be given
free rein, without any proof that ho
had ever made any of the cures he
had claimed he had. In other words
the Board was from Missouri and must
ue snown. mKnam stated that no
had just received a sample ot virus by
tne Hands of Dr; Brlnckerhoff, who
had Just returned from the mainland,
wnicn was supposed to havo some
value in curing leprosy. It was the
preparation of two German physicians
whoso experiments have been carried
on In Turkey for a number of years,
The whole result of their experiments
and discoveries, he said, were given in
details in the letters and pamphlets
which had been sent him. There was
no attempt at secrecy, and any honest
man would do as these men have done,
Tne Board has a right to demand of
Wallach some proof, some frankness
on his part.
Mark P. Robinson, who had not had
a chance to speak at the last meeting
because of the sudden adjournment,
said that he would not consent to let
Wallach operate until he could show
some tangible evidence of his ability
to make good his claims, other than
by his mere statements. He as well
us others who followed him, spoke ot
the sympathy he felt for the topers
at the Settlement, but didn't think It
was for their good to let a quack ex
periment on them.
Dayld Kalauokalani, Sr., sppko in
English, in simple but forceful man
ner. He, personally believed in Wal
laces claims, but declared Wat It
would do no harm to let him try for
six months. He presented a resolu
tion embodying these ideas, and asked
for the vote of the Board on them.
Dr. Wayson announced his intention
of seconding the motion, but wanted
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LECTOR ROY CHAMDERLAIN.
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DraRe, rccolved 11 letter by the China's
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Washington, stating that Mr. Drake's
name had been strongly endorsed for
the position ot Collector at Honolulu,
to succeed Roy C. Chamberlain, Col
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dent stated had been placed on file to
bo referred to the President upon his
return from his hunting trip in Loui
siana. Former Collector Chamberlain has
been given a'position as special agent
In the Department of Commerce and
Labor, and at the time of writing had
left on official duties for the West.
President Roosevelt returned to
Washington a day or two ago, and it
Is expected that the appointment to fill
the office of Collector for this district
will be made very shortly. All indica
tions seem to point to Drake as the
most likely man for the Job, and Ire is
hopeful of hearing of his appointment
at any time now.
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WILMINGTON, Oct. C Captain By
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was badly injured on Saturday during
a game with the Orange team, of this
city. The captain was thrown during
the game and one of the Orange play
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DROWNS TWO BOYS.
NEWTON, Mass., October 4. Hook,
ed by ten-year-old Clifton Davis in
Crystal lake Tuesday night, a big pic
kerel dragged the boy and his compa
nion, eight-year-old James Lane, into
the water and held them under water
till they were drowned. When their
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wound around them with the fish still
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to hear from other members on the
F. C. Smith said he would lifee to
give Wallach a show, if he coulft show
some sort of proof of what he claimed
to have done. He denounced him in
strong terms, however as a fnker.
C. R. Hemenway characterized Wal
lach as "a liar, or something worse."
He told how he had made statements
of facts when taking out naturaliza
tion papers, which afterwards he had
entirely contradicted under oath while
In court, in a case In which ho was
plaintiff. Ho wouldn t have anything
to do with Wallach, and would feel
that he had betrayed the trust implied
by his position if ho consented to let
him treat any of the Territory's wards.
ur. liaidwin again reiterated his
statements ot last week, that It would
be a bad precedent to establish, that
Wallach was not a practicing nhysl-
clan, and that regular practitioners
should not be Insulted by being asked
to recognize him. He looked upon the
lepers at Molokal much in the same
light that he did upon private patients,
wiiom he most assuredly would not al
low to Insist on his consulting with a
man like Wallach, with regard to
treatment, nor would he use quack
remedies at request of patients. It
they didn't have confidence in him ho
would quit, and they could get anoth
Dr. Wayson made a strong argument
in support of Wallach's being given
Hie chance he asks for. He stated that
In had had considerable to do with'
lepers and was sorry to say that ho
had never been able to euro the dis
ease. Ho does not believe In Wallach
for a minute, but Is looking to the
easiest and quickest way of getting
rid of him. "It will bo a darned sight
easier and quicker way of proving him
a fraud than by opposing him," was
Wayson's conclusion. Regarding the
demand made by clher membsrs that
Wallach be required to show proof ot
what he claimed to have done, Wayson
stated that this might be hard to do ii
any case. He believed that leprosy la
sometimes self curing, the same as
tuberculosis is known to be. He mlgnt
claim to have cured a case of consump
tion, and it would be difficult to prove
that he had or had not. In leprosy
there are a number of diseases which
In some respects resemble the dread
malady, and would be exceedingly
hard to show that any person now
well, had or had not had It.
Regarding the matter of professional
ethics, which seems to be the stum
bling block to Dr. Baldwin, and other
practitioners, Dr. Wayson stated that
ho thought he had had about as much
experience with that sort of thing as
the next physician, and reminded Dr.
Baldwin that there are legalized medi
cal quacks as well as other kinds.
There was more talk by Pinkham
and all the others along the same gen
eral lines of their first arguments,
when Dr. Wnyson finally called 'for a
vote, and the question was quickly set
tled once more, In so far as the Board
has ability to settle it.
AMID THE LUMBER
STAND TOGETHER NEXT ELECTION," SAYS LEADER WHO HAS
WALLACH REPEATS STORIES OF CURES HE WON'T PRODUCE
nviuntxvu ur HUME RULE
SNAKE KAULIA" AND ALL
"Pinkham has lied lo those poor un
fortunate lepers at Kalaupapa. He
has broken faith with him. He went
to Kalaupapa and promised them that
he would send Wallach to them, and
he comes back here and goes back on
his word. Pinkham has lied. He i
not a fit man to be president of the
Board of Health anu, gentlemen. 1
venture to say that never ngain will it
be safe for Pinkham to attempt to
land at Kalaupapa.
"Walt till the unfortunates at the
Leper Settlement hear how Pinkham
has thrown them down, how he has
lied to Them, how he has played them
false. What kind of man do you sup
pose they will think this president ot
the Board of Health"?
"Mister PIngham, you have not only
thrown down Wallach; you have not
only lied to Wallach you have thrown
down the Hawaiian people, you have
Hed to the Hawallans. You havo lied
to those poor, unfortunate lepers of
whom my dear brother Is one. Gen
uemen 01 tne uoard ot Health, my
dear brother Is becoming blind from
the disease and tho Board of Health
refuses him the privilege to be cured
How I must suffer, you can Imagine,
when I see here in Honolulu cures of
leprosy that Wallach has effected and
there Is no chance for my brother to
get the benefit of this wonderful rem
edy. He has been tnere twenty years,
he and six others who were inoculat
ed with leprosy by vaccination and the
cries of the seven of them, unjustly
afflicted, come to us from the Island
of Molokal, calling for a chance to try
this cure and the Board of Health, tor
political reasons, blind to the justice
of our cause and Indifferent to the wel
fare of the Hawallans for whom they
now clearly show they have no love,
stand as enemies to the lepers, refus
ing them the right to be cured since
they cannot themselves cure them.
"Hawallans, wo must stand together
as a unit In this great fight. We must
stand together at the next election to
work to take away this law of segre
gation so that we can give these poor
Hawallans the opportunity to be cur
ed, for they will never havo the cnance
to be cured while the Board of Health
holds the whtp hand, It is now a fight
to the bitter end between the Hawaii
an people and the uoard of Health,
with this man Pinkham at tho head,
this man who has gone back on
word so shamefully. They are the
people who are responsible for taking
this matter into politics. Why, wha
do they ask? They will not let Wal
lach have a trial until they are pre
sented with a cure anil as soon as we
present them with a man who has been
cured, what do you suppose they woufd
do? Would they believe? No! They
would go poking around with their ex
aminations for bacilli and inject tho
bacilli of leprosy. The Board has
shown that Us object is to hurt the
Hawaiian people, they want to cut out
tnolr votes; they wnnt to put the Ha
wallnns on Molokal so they cannot
vote." Cha. ics K. Notley.
This -was after tne Board of Health,
yesterday afternoon, had met and vot
ed against Wallach being given a trial
wjth his medicine supposed to cuTro
leprosy, until ho gives evidence In sup
port of his claims. C. K. Notley, leader
ot tho Home Rule party, manager ot a
Hawaiian paper and brother ot ono ot
the subjects at the Leper Settlement,
raised his voice in the corridor outside
tho Board room, brought his hands To
gether with emphasis, marched up and
down and waved his arms and launch
ed at the head of President of the
Board of Health Pinkham the accusa
tion that he had deliberately lied to
the lepers, that he had broken faltn
with them In promising them that
Wallach should be given a chance, and
then coming back to Honolulu and
throwing them down. Pinkham sev
eral times passed through the hallway
and once or twice attempted to mildly
state that Notley was not saying what
was correc-, but Notley, Hacked by
some dozen sympathizers, among
whom was one who says he has been
a leper, but has been cured, did not
give Pinkham a chance to be heard.
Half a dozen representatives of the
pross wore on hand and Notley, turn
ing to n representative of one pa
per declared that the reporter hlmsolt
had told, him that that paper was
lighting against tho Hawallans tnd
Wallach. "Your papor by Its
own mouthpiece to me personally
has admitted that It Is fighting the Ha
wallans and Wallach," said Notley.
"You Ho!" said tho reporter.
Notley repeated his assortlon and
tho roporter repeated the statement
that Notley lied.
Several times Notley addressed the
tow Hawallans in the corridor In their
PRESIDENT OUTDOES "KILL THE
native language, telllnc them it was
uow war between tho Hawallans and'
tho Board of Health and they respond
ed with some subdued enthusiasm.
Whon Notley and Wallach, who had
remained quiet, walked away from the
Doard of Health building, Superin
tendent J. D. McVoigh ot the Leper
Settlement remarked that This was not
the end ot the matter, but that it
was the beginning of further trouble,
and the Board of Health -had erred
grievously in not, for tho sake ot the
sincere demands of the Hawaiian peo-
pie, allowing Wallach an opportunity
to try his cures, no matter If he was a
Notley, in his impromptu indictment
of Pinkham, spoke a good word for
Dr. Wayson and KalaunUnl.mi wim
had favored being given a trial.
Notley hold forth all the way from :
tho Board ot Health meeting down-l
town, announcing that it was war bo- j
tween the Board of Health and the
Hawaiian. iHn nvhllilfoH I
. w.aw.vwu IUUU ITUU1U
he said Tiad Tiad leprosy and had been
cured, on the corner ot King and Fort
streets, and reiterated his denounce
ment of Pinkham and the Board of
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