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aMHHHMHMHHHHMHH I ' 2 TfiU wifflKi,y ihi.o Tkihunk, "im.o, iiawaii, Tuesday, august i, 1905. I . R ' & r. i- . is it. itj.; ' RV ,?, 5M M Jk I )c fiilo vibune. TUKSDAY, - AUGUST i, 1905 F.ntcied attbc Postoflice al IIllo, Ha waii, n second-class matter PUIIMSHKM KVKKV TUKSDAV. J. Castlk Ridgway - Editor I). W. Mausii Husincss Manager. HILO WITHOUT A HOSPITAL. 1 ml ways, and adapt itself to its visors should pass ordinances regit- benuty ntul surroundings, by mniii- luting the drainage of various prop tabling its streets and drives in et ties, the throwing away of t'n While there are a number ol agreeable looking buildings located on upper Waianuenue Street, bear ing the comforting title "Hilo Hospital," while the Territorial Government lias seen fit to set aside a certain portion of the gov ernment domain for hospital pur poses, and keeps those premises in the best of condition; and although the last Legislature saw fit to make an appropriation of $4000 for the support and maintenance of the Hilo Hospital for the now current fiscal year, yet Hilo at the present time is without a place to care for its sick and wounded. Nothing brings the matter closer to home and emphasizes the immediate necessity of the opening of this public institution, than the death recently of Wm. C. Cook, one of Ililo's most loved and respected citizens. Mr. Cook passed away in the hospital, without having re ceived that care and nursing so necessary to one in his week physical condition, except such as was nltordect iy a nan trained Japanese. That such a thing is deplorable is without question, and more deplorable does it appear, when there is not a professional trained nurse obtainable at the present time in this district with its population of 20,000. If there were a serious illness requiring constant trained attention; a malady where an operation might save a life; or an accident requiring the removal of a limb or other use of the sur- such condition as becomes the dig nity ol the second city in siz-: on the Islands. While we were under the Territorial Government it was next to an impossibility to obts in anything along the lines of a ge neral improvement for the big Is land and especially for the city of Hilo. Now that we have our own local Government, with power to appropriate money lor local im provements, let us not delay mat ters that have been needing atten tion for the past dozen years. Aside from Waianuenue street with its paved sidewalks and beautifully macadamized road, there is not an other street in town but presents the appearance of a country road. Every small town throughout the United States ol but a few hundred inhabitants boasts side walk on its resident as well as business stiecis. The necessity of business men and their wives being compelled to walk in the center of the road when go ing to and from their work or social engagements, and the necessity of the tourists ambling through mud puddles when looking at the tropi cal scenery and the tall buildings, does not speak well for the progres siveness of the town. What more deplorable condition of affairs can be found than that portion of Pitman street between Waianuenue and Church streets, on a rainy day? It certainly is hoped that the Supervisors will by ordinance com pel the early building of side walks, and the proper macadamizing of resident streets. cans, and the permitting, in fact, of anything that would tend to the breeding of the mosquito. The Supervisors should also see that the catch basins in the town sewers are thoroughly cleansed and that dur ing dry weather that a supply of kerosene be placed in them. 1 He pools that are formed in the lrjva ledge iu the Wailuku River 'be tween the upper and lower bridges, arc undoubtedly the greatest breed ings places for the mosquito in the vicinity. A coating of oil should be kept on these pools. Hilo is not a large over-crowded city, where it would be difficult to carry out a systematic crusade against the nightly singer and tormentor. Now that there is a possibility of our coming into closer contact with Central American countries, where there is always such a pievalancc of tropical diseases, such as yellow fever and the like, we should exett ourselves to the utmost in our war on the winged disseminator of in fection. Let the individual join with the official, and with an unity of purpose and harmony among all, the extermination sught to be com plete. It- does not fall alone upon the Hoard of Health to look after this matter, but the county should also lend its assistance. The best assistance that the county could offer would be the passage of strong ordinances along the lines sug gested, and the rigid enforcement of the same. BY AUTHORITY. PROCLAMATION. OF Stream mid up wild Pill ton paint, the Hieing 350.7 ft. South, 778.2 ft. East co-ordinates of which referred to the ! referred to the "Knloahu" Terr. Survey Knttku Trh. Station are mw ft. North Station; mid 5x)o ft. West, the titled hearing antl I 35. 179 26 minutes 56 seconds 9194.0 distance between tile initial ntul final I fl across the laud ol Iliiknlmi to a point points, being N. 19 17 minutes v. 9409 on me nuum inininmry m uuiioniii.t fl., thence across the lauds ol Kaiwiki anil Haknlauiki (Government), llakaiatt Gov lOn.iui lcnuitv't llilik liiu-lnui (Hakalau Sugar Co.), Kaniaee (I . w,,,n, 'x' ' jjiw arm . rnmetit). Uitiaumn (Kstntu It. 1'. Ilishop), Opea (Government), llouolitna (Mint- IrJcl, Islmiil ol Jla- wnfl. THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY. The experiments that have been carried on upon thp Louisson Plan tation iu Hamakua iu the culture of tobacco, shows that that indus try is capable of being handled Why cut your own throat when you can buy n Gillette Safety Razor nt Holmes' Store for five dollars. geon's knife, Hilo would find itself once again shocked when it realized that it did not have the means to adequately treat such cases. While some of up may have escaped thus far, yet this is a matter that is liable to be brought home, at any moment to any one of our citizens. Moreover the Hospital should be opened before we have anothet death iu our midst, to remind us of the absolute necessity of its being run continuously, whether there be sickness or no sickness prevalent in the vicinity. During the past ten months prior to the 1st of July, the hospital was being run for $250 per month by private physicians, the government being given a cer tain number of free beds. Again private persons have stepped for ward and agreed to run the hospital for the amount of the appropriation as mentioned above, agreeing to maintain the hospital iu good con dition, except as to repairs on fr0m nurturing an industry that ar buildings, keep two trained nurses fords such great promises. Let the on hand, and furnish the govern- j plantations lend their assistance by ment with an average of four free permitting their laborers to embark beds for the indigent and allowing i small farming, and by giving to as many as ten beds at one time. Jthem the use of small plots of land At a meeting of the Hoard of ! for such purposes. The Portuguese Trustees held last Tuesday this! and other Latin races love nothing with advantage to the small farmer. Tobacco is an industry that could well be nurtured by the plantation interests, as it is in no way antago nistic to the sugar interests, and as a matter of fact would prove very beneficial to them, iu maintaining good labor on the big estates. To bacco is a plant that the plantation laborers could grow iu his small garden, provided he should be furn ished with one, and with the assist ance of the plantation his small crop could be sent to the market. The opinion of one of the best authori ties upon tobacco iu the United States, as indicated iu another co lumn in this issue, is to the effect that the Hawaiian tobacco is supe rior to tobaccos of the same grade grown in the United States. If such is the case and the interest in Hawaiian tobacco can be aroused, and a demand for Hawaiian cigars started, why .should we hold back LEGAL NOTICES. III the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Ciiamuhks In Pkoiiath. In the matter of the Estate of Wm. C COOK, of Hilo, Hawaii, (It-ceased . Petition having bccii filed by Elmer E. Richards, praying that Letters Testamen tary be issued to him upon the estate of s.iid deceased; Notice is hcrrby given that Tuesday, the 29th day of August, 1905, at 10 o'clock a, til., be and the same is hereby ap pointed the time of hearing siid petition in the Courtroom of this Court iu South Hilu, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons interested may appear and show cause, it any tncy nave, wny tne prayer of said petition should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, July 29, 1905. Ily the Court: A.S. LnnARONGURNEV. Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Ridoway & RinowAV, Attorneys for Petitioner. 40-3 offer was declined, yet the hospital remains unoccupied and there is an appropriation of $4000 to run it. The Legislature appropriated this better than a small garden, and no thing will make them more content ed with their surroundings and their lot in life, than to be permit- money for a given purpose, yet the ted to work in their green! ittle gar taxpayers are not receiving any 1 den patch after the close of the field benefit from it, nor is the idea of (hours. Tobacco is but one of a the Legislature being carried out. 'number of small-farming crops that It is possible that an appeal in the 'could be used to advantage by the right quarter or by the right parties, plantations in keeping a steady and might lead to the unearthing of faithful retinue of laborers other funds from which THE MOSQUITO. improve ments and additions could be made to the hosnital, The sum of fi.tooo was certainly annronriated for the While some people seem inclined purpose of maintaining a place 0fj to hiuik wiat tlie mosquito is a pest refuge for the ill and afflicted, and I tliat llas come t( stav- aml ,hat il is the citizens of this district nre cer- ultcrh' use,ess ,0 endeavor to do anything with it, yet as a matter of tainly entitled to have this money used in keeping the hospital open, whether it be run by the Trustees or by private individuals. Respon sible private parties have made a reasonable offer, and there appears In the Circuit Court ol the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Havnii. At CiiAMiiiiiis In Pkohatk. Iu the matter of the Guardianship of HENRY OIIUMUKINI, a minor. PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OP ACCOUNTS AND DISCHARGE AND APPOINTMENT OP GUAR DIAN. The Guardian of the above entitled matter having filed his petition, wherein he asks that his accounts be examined and approved, that he be discharged os such Guardian and that a suitable person be appointed to succeed him. It is ordered that Tuesday, the 5th day of September, A. I). 1905, at 10 o'clock a. til,, is the lime set for hearing said pe tition in the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons con cerned may appear ond show cause, if any tliey nave, way tne prayer 01 tlie pe. titiouer should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, July 31st, 1905. Ily the Court: A. S. LHllARON GURNEY, Clerk. Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Cleik Rmr.WAY it Ridowav, Attorneys for Petitioner. 40-4 In the Circuit Court nfilie "mirth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. IN ClIAMIIItKS. In accordance with the provisions of Act 74 of the Session Laws of 1905, of the Territory of Hawaii, notice is hereby given that grand and trial juries for the regular August term of this Circuit Court to he held in Houokaa, Island and Terri tory of Hawaii, beginning August 16, 1905. will be drawn iu the manner ii-quircd by law, in public iu the Court room of the Fourth Circuit Court iu Hilo, Hawaii, at 10 o'clock, 011 the morning of Friday, August 4th, A. 1). 1905. CHARLES P. PARSONS, Judge. Ililo, Hawaii, July 25, 1905. 2wk. Under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by the provisions of Chapter 28 of the Revised Laws of the Territoty of Hawaii, enacted April 25, 1903, nnd amended by Act 65 of the Session Laws of the Legislature of 1905, and of every other power me hereunto enabling, I, A. L. C. ATKINSON, Acting Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, having duly given the notice and held the hearing as in said Acts provided, do hereby approve us 11 Forest Reserve the lands lying between the tSSl Lava Flow hick of Hilo Town nut the Hilo-Hamakua District line, and between 11 line drawn approximately parallel to the coast (having an elevation of about 1750 ft. at the South em! and an elevation of about 2000 ft. at the North end) and a line approximately along the lop of the woods, iu the District of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, more particularly described us follows, viz.: I.OWHR I.1NK. "Ilegiuning at a point on the extreme lower end of the Luttmaia branch of the Lava Flow of 1881, tills point being on the boundary line between the lands -f Puliation 1st mid 2nd, Its co-ordinates referred to the llnlai Survey Reference Station, being 8669 feet South. 24,934 feet West, the boundaiy runs by the true meridian: 1. N. i 41 minutes E. 4555 ft. cros sing tile various sub-divisions ol the laud of Punaho.i 2nd to a point on the bound ary line of Punahoa 2nd with the laud of Piihonua (Government), the co-ordinates of the said point referred to the Halai Survey Reference Station, being 4432 ft. South', 24,809 ft. West; thence crossing the land of Piihonua; 2. N. 21 32 minute? E. 4247 ft. to junction of the Hookelekele Stream with 11 branch from the North, the co ordinalis referred to the Halai Survey Reference Station, being 480 ft. South, 23,250 ft. W.J thence following up the middlcnf said branch which forms the present South boundary of the Hawaii Mill Com pany's Plantation to the Southwest angle of the same, the di-ect bearing and dis tance to said point being 3. N. 62 9 minutes. W. 6165 ft., the co-ordinates referred to the Halai Survey Reference Station, being 2400 ft. North, 28.700 ft. West, thence across the lands of Piihonua ond Wuiou (Government) 4. N. 2747 minutes E. 8538 ft. to a point iu the Awehi Stream, the co-ordinates referred to the Halai Survey Refer ence Station, being 9950 ft. North, 24,720 ft. West, thence down the middle of the Awehi, also called the Waiiiu Stream, to the junction of same with the Aale Stream, the direct bearing and distance being 5. S. 59 08 minutes E. 5964 ft., the coordinates referred to the Halai Survey Reference Station, being 6890 ft. North, 19,600 ft. West, thence across the lauds of Pitco (Hilo Sugar Co.), Kululati and Alac (Estate II. Pauahi Ilishop). 6. N. 4 36 minutes E. 6515 ft. to the Southwest angle of Kaiwiki Homestead, Lot No. 40, at the junction of the Maili and Pahoa Streams, the co-ordinates re ferred to the Halai butvev Reference Station, being 13,405 fl. Noith. 19,075 ft. West, thence following up the middle of the .Maili Stream and gulley forming the South boundaiy of the Kaiwiki Home stead Tract, the direct bearing and dis tance being 7. N. SI 10 minutes W. 18,130 ft. to tile Southwest angle of Kaiwiki Home stead, Lot No. 73, the co-ordinates refer red to the Halai Survey Reference Station, being 16.189 ft. North, 37,001 ft. West, thence along West boundary of Kaiwiki Hotlicstead, Lot No. 73 8. N. 5 58 minutes 2168 ft. to North west angle of Kaiwiki Homestead, Lot No. 73 at a point on the South Pali of the Houolii Stream called Waikee the co-ordinates referred to the Huhii Surwy Reference Station, being 18,345 ft. North, 37,226 ft. West thence along North lint: of Kaiwiki Homestead Tract to the Northeast angle of Kaiwiki Homestead Lot No. 51, the direct hearing and dis tance being 9. s. 4 02 minutes 15. 15,100 it. to said Nottheist angle the co-ordinates be ing refined to" the Halai Survey Refer ence Station being 16,768 ft. North, 22,125 ft. West, thence across the laud of Kikala (Estate II. P. Ilishop). 10. N. 18 38 minutes E. 986 ft. to junction of the Houolii and the Poliaku- p.ui Streams, tlienco across tlie laud 01 Faukaa (Ultomea Migar Company) II. N. 1 10 minutes 30 seconds 3145 ft. to a point 011 tlie boundary line be Iweeu P.ntkau mid Pahoehoe (Estate II. P. Ilishop), thence across the laud of r.iuoehoe 12. okalanlj ami Naiiuc (Hokalati Sugar Co.) 16. N. 22" 14 minutes W. 22,301 It. tome South atii'le of the Kahtiku Homestead Lot No. 16 the co-ordinates referred to the Ptiuohai Survey Reference Station being 13,710 fl. South, 1884 ft. West, thence ucross the land of Pilta (Govern ment) 17. N. 58 19 minutes W. 1519 ft. to a point iu the Waikatimalu Stream the co-ordinates referred to the Puuohai Sur (LilltiokalauD, the co-ordinates beinu' North 9032.3 ft., East 7188.8 ft. referred to the "Katoaloa" Terr. Survey Station; 36. 114 oq minutes 02 seconds 8695.7 fl across the land of Homdiina to Norlli veil angle of same, at 11 K0.1 Tree blazed (old mark) re-itmrked L A standing 011 the north hank of the Naulii gully, about 50 fl. East or uiakai of the llouuwal'Kcanakolu trail where it leaves lite gully, the co-ordinates being North , .... , J , ...- .-....... . .....,, ..w.... vey Kelerence htulion neing 12,912 j 12,590 4 ft.. West 745.5 ft., referred to the hoiiiii. 3177 it. west, uieiice up uie . Kaloalaa" Terr. Survey Station; Waikiuitnalu Stream which forms the East boundary of the Maulu.i Gehr Set tlement Association Tract to tlie South east angle of Lot No. 67 of said Tract, the direct bearing and distance being 37. 183' 19 minutes 4580 ft. along V est or niauka line of Pihu (Territory of Iiiwnli) bordering Humuula (Territory of Hawaii) to Northwest angle of Piha, at a point, on the IIopuwat-Hcanakolu 10. n. 07 50 mimucH w. 111.200 ii. ui tiail where it leaves the brush ami enters ordinatcs rclerred ., 0,,LM, flt C0Vered with black sand, in aforesaid point, the Co to tlie l'uliolial survey Kelerence station being 16,761 ft. South, 12,687 ft. West, thence along top of Gehr Settlement Association Lots No 67, 68, 69 and 70 19. N. 34- 55 minutes w. 2233 it. to Southwest angle of Lot No. 70 the co-o.-diiiutcs referred to tlie Puuohai Survey Reference Stutlou being 14,931 fl. South, 13,965 ft. West, thence along the boundary of Maiiluauui (Mrs. Robert sou) 20. N. 37 37 minutes E. 585 ft- to n natural divide or fork in the Pohakupuka Stream called Kepaniwai the co-ordinates referred to tlie Puuolni Survey Reference Station being 10,306 It. South, 10,403 fl. West, thence along the bound ary of Manilla and Gehr Settlement Association Lois 21. N. 2" 20 minutes W. 3962 ft. to a point ill the Mukalliloa Stream 150 ft. above the Ilauwanauana Falls, the co ordinates referred to the Puuohai Survey Reference Station being 6347 ft. South, 10,564 ft. West, thence across Maulua 22. N. 29 14 minutes W. 4632 ft. to a point on boundary of Mauluanui and Wcloka (Government), this point being distant 700 ft. and bearing South 39' 16 minutes West (Trae) from an Oh hi Tree marked tlie middle ol wlucli lias been erected a large mound of stones, called Kuhuwui, tne co-ordinates ol the aforesaid North west allele of Piha being South 7867.3 ft., East 10,415,5 ft. relerred to the "Puukolrpa Terr. Survey Station; 38. 169' 23 minutes 6308 ft. uloug West or niauka line of Mauluanui (Mrs. Sara Robertson) bordering the laud of Humuula to Northwest angle of Maulua Nui at a Koa tree L A AL fact it has been demonstrated ""l'o WllOlll It Jljiy CoilCCl'll. many places 111 uie ijniieu otates that they can 'be exterminated and it was demonstrated iu Honolulu that systematic attention by the I .. 1 r -r ,., , , . no reason why it should not be ' Joar(l 01 "en" wouiu materially niwntixl Al nnv rati. Inl lis- lini'i. decrease tllClll. our hospital open. The undersigned has, this day, been appointed and has qualified as Adminis trator of the Estate of Kawai Kuikuhi, deceased, All persons having any ne at edge of old water ditch, the co-ordinates referred to the Puuohai Survey Ref erence Station being 2306 ft. South, 12,826 ft. West, thence ucross the lands of Wcloka, Keaalau ami Kapehu (Gov ernment) 23. N. 64 35 minutes W. 3371 ft. to Southeast angle of Latipahoehoe Home stead, Lot No. 39, the co-ordinates refer red to the Papaloa Survey Reference Station being 10,155 ft- South, 24S0 fl. West, thence along South Hue of Lati pahoehoe Homestead Tract 24. N. 6i 25 minutes W. 11.631 ft. to Southwest allele of Latipahoehoe Home stead, Lot No. 7, the co ordinatcs referred to the lvipaloa Survey Kelerence Station being 4413 ft. South, 13,019 ft. West, thence acioss the lauds of Puiialaca, Kiilau and Laupalioehoc 1st and 2nd (Government) 25. N. 58" 00 minutes W. 5097 ft. to a point on the boundary of Waiputialei (S. Parker), the co-ordinates referred to the Papalo.t Survey Reference Station, being 1712 ft. South, 17,335 ft. West, thence across the laud of Waiputialei. 26. N. 86 16 minutes W. 1997 ft. to the Southeast angle of Section 13 Kahoo uliuua, the co-ordinates referred to the Papaloa Survey Reference Station being 1552 it. houtli, 19,331 It, West, tliencc across top of Section 13 Kahooaliuua to point in middle of Mauimia gulch on boundary of Humuula 27. N. 46" 24 minutes W. 1786 ft. to tlie Southwest angle of Section 13, thence down middle of the Mauitina gulch and boundary of Huuumla (Government) 28. N. 27" 25 minutes E. 2986 ft. lo a point iu tlie Mauiana gulch, the co ordinates referretl to the Humuula Sur vey Reference Station, being 8777 ft, South, 2470 ft. West, thence across the lands of Humuula ami Ookala. 29. N. 61 35 minutes W. 4661 ft. to a pool at foot of Falls iu the Kuuula gulch called Paeoopu, slid point forming the Southwest angle ot the laud ol (Jokala and 011 the boundary between tlie Hilo nun uie nani.iKua wisincis, uie eu-ouuii-ates referred to tlie Humiiulu Survey Reference Station being 6559 ft. South, 6507 ft. West, thence up along said boundary between the Hilo and Hama kua Districts to an X cut in the rock ledge near the middle of the Kauhi gulch at the old Keanakolu-Waimea trail crossing, the said uulcli al this point be ing tlie boundary of the Hilo and Hama kua Districts, the co-ordinates of tlie said point being North 13,204.9 fl., East 3301.4 ft , referred to the "Puukalepa" Terr. Survey Station. urritK I.INK. 30. llegiuiiing again al the initial point tlie boundary runs in a general westerly direction up ami along the northern edge of the various lava Hows to the point described iu lid. Cert. No. 53, Piihonua, as Mawae, the mark being a large monument of stones erected 011 surrounded by a mound of stones, a little East of the Hotiuwal-Keanakolu trail, and at bend of the same into the Kaiaikl gully, the coordinates being South 1765.3 it., East 9271.5 ft. referred to the "Puu kalepa" Terr. Survey Station. 39. 172 02 minutes 12 seconds 4125 ft. along West or niauka boundary of Laupahoehoe (Territory of Hawaii) .bordering the land of Humuula, to the Northwest angle of Laupahoehoe at the crossing of the Hopuwai-Kcauakotu trail, over tlie "Keahuaai" or "Douglas Pits" gully, the co-ordinates being North 2320.0 It.. East 3700.0 ft. referred to the "Puu kalepa" Terr. Survey Station. 40. 229 55 minutes 4638 ft. along the North boundary of Laupahoehoe border ing Humuula to a mound or stones by a Koa tree marked "POLOKA" at West brink or edge of a pool of water called "Kulatiahakol," this forming the South wi st angle of the land of Waipunalel (Samuel Parker), the co-ordinates being North 5306.4 ft., East 12.248 6 ft., refer red to the "Pun Kalepa" Terr. Survey Station. 41. 163 03 minutes 03 seconds 4502.0 ft. along West or uiatiku Hue of Wai punalel bordering Humuula to Northwest angle of Waiputialei at a point in the middle between three Koa trees marked H, X and W respectively, re-marked L A the top of bank of the main Aa lava N. I'lo minutes 30 seconds 3605 channel of the 1855 Lava Flow, situated a Utile above tne benu 01 me trail over distant 1241 ft., bearing 2S2 00 minutes from the post set as 11 Survey Reference Station 011 the top of the Lahohinu Puu, the co-ordinates being North 9613.4 ft., East 10,936.0 ft. referred to the "Puu Kulcpa" Terr. Survey Statiou; 42. 142 57 minutes 45 seconds 4374.0 ' ft. across the laud of Humuula to an X cut in the rock ledge near the middle of the Kaula gulch al the old "Keanakolu Waimea" trail crossing, tlie said gulch at this point, being the boundary of the Hilo and Hamakua Districts, the co ordinates of the said point being North 13,204.9 ft.. East 3301.4 ft. relerred to the "Puu Kalepa" Terr. Survey Station. Total area 110,000 acres, more or less." And I do hereby set apart as a Forest Reserve those portions of the Govern ment lands known as the Ahupuaa of Hoiiomu ami the I'apaalou Forest sectiou (embracing the Government lauds be tween Maulua and Waiputialei), lying within the said metes and bounds. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here unto set my hand and caused Shai, the seal of the Territory of Iiawaii to be affixed. Done at the Executive Iluilding, in Hono. lulu, this 24th day of July, A. D. 1905. A. L. C. ATKINSON. At a meeting of the hoard of Health, held June 30th, 1905, the following reso lution was regularly adopted and made a part of the rules and regulations of tlie Hoard of Health of the Territory of Ha waii; viz: KitSoi.VKD, That iu any district where a dentil has occurred, or u pati'Mit is found to be suffering from any iiiulignant con tagious or infectious disease, the Board of Health, or its agents, shall have the right to summarily proceed to said dis trict and cause all buildings, within a radious of not more than one mile from the place said death occurred, or said pa tient was found, wiiicb they shall judge ft. lo a point iu tlie middle of lite Pahoe hoe stream tlie co-ordinates referred to ,, "r,LnrVLX'.,btr;,,,nrr,,! "ossiiig the Aa channel, ami about .700 thence 'to ami' across lite land of Pniwi-' " S(,ul1' of thc '"trance of the trail into kou (Ottomea Sugar Co.). 1 the Halealoha opening the co-ordinates 13. N. 2 29 minutes E. 6615 ft. to a heiug South 40,908 ft., East 6350.0 ft. re point in the Alakahi Stream inat king the f j , u ..AB,lweIll.. Survcy Refer West angle uf the l.ind of Puiimoi (Ono- .. ' , , , , una Sugar Co.), this point being distant ' - station, thence by true .tzemuths 1064 ft., bearing South 86" 43 minutes E. 31- 105 42 minutes 40,300 It. across (True) from tut X cut iu the rock at the ! the land of Piihonua (Territory of Ha Waiemi Falls the co-ordinates referred w,iii)toa point oil the South boundary i . .. ..... 1.. .. . .1 . ,.. :l r 11 ..1 , L-......f. v .1... to tne KtUIKU nurvov Keien-uce million line 01 1-nihiiu lumiuu-.i miK.u n-u.j, 1111: . nnltiirv hnUditu mwl nrnnpr. 1...1.... .. n,, ri v,..ii. mK r, ;.. ' i-n.ntdiiii.i,.. i.im.ii' Knuiii 3.10 f,. u;nst i all such Insanitary uuiidiugs ami proper- thence across the laiids of Alakahi! 1 17,273-2 ft. lefernd lo the "Aahuwela" ties bhall be vacated immediately, and no the lava, where it leaves the Pahoehoe t "e Inlecicd, or in an insanitary coiuil- tion, and a menace to the public health, to be thoroughly disinfected, by fumiga tion or other means, and all persons re siding or working in any such buildings, ami all personal properly therein, to be thoroughly disinfected, to tlie satisfaction of the Hoard of Health, or its agents, be fore either persous or property shall be removed therefrom; and, that thereafter There was a time ' Mokiioucki and Kaluilii (Oiiomea Sugar Co.) 14. North 4491 fl. to a point 011 tlie Inmudary of Kaalii and Ono tnea (Ouotnea Sugar Co.) the co ordinates referred to the Kauku Sur vey Kelerence Station being 0780 It. person shall be allowed to live or work I therein, or to store any goods therein, Territory Survey Station. 12. 2i.s 55 minutes 36 seconds 3436.7 r. t... 1 1 ..f 11.. ..I ....:... on tiiT S'outh lanmdaT of Pa'parkou" "" "' --" "ve bce "laCel1 '" (Oiiouu-a Sugar Co.), the co-ordinates a sauiuiry couiiiuou. being North 74- ft., East 19,289 ft. relerred to the "Atinuweiu" lerr. survey SIDE WALKS. counts ugainst the said Estate are hereby j u01,ti,. ,08-; ft. West, thence across the Statiou nnllflHrl tluit lllpv innsl tiri-kl'lll thl'SMMH, 1 I.imiI of nnollli.ri. I X. I?S" Ol UlinUteS .1 1 Seconds .170I.O when Hilo was comparatively free ' together with satisfactory vouchers, I 5- N. 14 23 miiiute.s W. 3251 ft. to Ift. across the laml of Popaikou ton point from inosquitos as compared to Honolulu, but now the reverse .state of affairs is the case. Hilo The Tkiiiune has always main-'has never been so pestered with the taiued that this City should raise 1 little pest as it has been during the its head above primeval methods past year. The Hoard of Super- ...t.i.i., ..i .ii,u fr,., tii,. i,1i,lii,.r..r- 1":'"1 of tlie laud of Kawaiuui Govern- on tlie South boundary of Mukulmiiulott within six inontlis from the dateVJ.ereof, 1 lUL,lt) Uic co.lirlimCB tvTvtKA t0 tlle (Onon.eu Sugar Co.), the co-ordinates ' Kauku Silt vey Reference Station, 3632 It. ' being Noun 5933-3 "m Hast 19,135.0 It. 1 relerred tq tne "Aaiiuweia" rerr. survey Station. 34. 168 01 minutes 55 beconds4783 ft. across the laud of Makaliaualoa 11 point 011 the South boundary of Hakalau otherwise they will be burred. (Signed) KINI KUIKAHI, Administrator. (Signed) Cam, S. Smith, (Signed) Chas. Williams, Attorneys for Administrator. Ililo, Huwaii, July 18, 1905. 39-4 South. 1893 It. West, thence across the laud of Makaliaualoa (Pepeckeo Sugar Co.) to and along the upper limits of the Hoiiomu Homestead Lots as shown 011 Government Survey Registered Map No. 1 2296 lo the South Pali of Jvokkolc nui (Hukulau Sugar Co., the co-ordinates I L. E. PINKHAM, President Hoard of Health. Attest: C. CHARLOCK, Secretary Hand of Health. I heieby sanction and approve Ilia fore going resolution. A. L. C. ATKINSON, Acting Governor ol Hawaii. Office of the Hoard of Health, Houolulu, T. H., July 5U1, 1905, 38-3 vi 9 u i , ) ? it f s. 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