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Vol. V. No. 1074.
HONOLULU, H. L, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1898.
PltlOK 5 OI3XT8.
THE DOCTORS ON TYPHOID
Conference of Locil Medical Men Over
Typ'aold Fever Almost Unknown In Honolulu
for Twenty Years-Introduced by Hill- ?
tiry-Coinniltt"e of Investigation.
Tlioro wns a meeting of phvi
oians in tin1 (lining room of tlin
Piiuo Clul) Inst uight, . take
into c msidprntion an editorial on
Honolulu in the Medical Record.
Tho nrtiolp uiMkoa thi stale com
pnrison of tin Aigenu stable, rpp
rojeuta Hawaii an a hotbed of dis
ease, ami, iu a gouonl way, witc
itH nutnor down as kuowiug a
croat deal about nothing in the
Dr. McGrew was elected chair
man, and Dr Alvarez secretary
Others preeent were Drs. Au
dreys, EmerBon, Day, Ilerbert.
Coopor, Mvm, Wool. Howard,
Burgess, Rnymoud, Hoffmann.
Nob ott and (Jarvin, nl.-o Gen. W.
Smith, member of the Board of
Dr. Raymond stated the double
object of the me-iiug. It was dS
aired to hear thj experience of
local phyHioiHtirt with typhoid
fovor, and to have a committee
appoiuted to investigate typhoid
fever as found to exist hero and
Dr. Day read tho obnoxious ar
ticle in the Medical Record.
One after auother of tho doctors
arose, giving their pxporineos
rnugiug fr on many years to n few
months in Honolulu. Tbute was
gouural aureomeuton those points:
Typtioiu tover cases nave ueeu
very rnro iu Honolulu for many
years. It has not been epidemic
aiuco twenty yours ugo. These is
typhoid fevor in tho military hos
pitals hero now, but it was brought
hero by the Manila expeditionary
and Honolulu garrison ml tiers.
Malarial fovor somotimB osunios
a typo in these islaudn .vhicu is
liable to bo mistakon f-r typhoiJ.
Dr. Alvarez related a warning
example happening at Maidstono,
England, somo yours ago, a fear
ful epidemic arising from the hop
pickers' cum p. Ho urged that tho
physicians should combino to pre
vent contamination of our water
supply. Part of bis experience was
in the typhoid epidemic at Kahu
ku plantation a fow yoars
ago, when there was dis
graceful overcrowding against
his protest. Su married couples
of Japanese laborors were packed
in a ro m 12 by 14 feet. ,
Dr. Herbert said tho history of
military campaigns everywhere
was marked with malarial fovor,
"Ju jgle fover" it was sometimes
called. Intestinal hamorrhngos
and laceratiouB wero not certaiuly
indicative of typhoid fever.
Dr. Hoffmann, who lately nrnv-
ed from Germany, was positive of
tho existonco of typhud in the
military hospitals hore. He de
scribed tho evidences us appear
ing in post mortom examinations
ho had conducted. His microsco
pical investigations Laviug not
beon completed, he wis unablo as
yet to mako a thorouy i ret ort.
Dr Day produood a n'emont
of fevor cases from IJ rd of
Health records, allowing tuat out
of 97 since Jauuiry 1 ttii year CO
wore designated typhoid fever.
Dr. Cooper explained tho cases
ropor'od from tho Queen's hospit
al. S-venteen wero JaDanose who
arrived iu bad condition from
Oalm plantation. A number of
tho Manila transports also left
some very sick men nt tho hospit
al, anmeof whom died.
Drs Raymond, WooJ and Myers
had privately treatod soldiers, whb
camo to them with high fever, but
tho cise yielded to treatment for
Dr. Garvin, who is now attached
to tho military hospital, said there
was typhoid fever ainnug tho pa
tionts witnout a doubt, but thfiro
wore many casco of malarial fever
that linked like tvphoM, so thai
ho often delayed diagnosis a weo"k.
Ho would call some cases "perni
cious malarial lover, wmcu no
had soon opidomio in California.
There was amplo room for careful
examination, and they ought to
havo somo good laboratory work
right at onco. He had novor trent
ou a caso of typhoid fevor in Ho
nolulu boforo his connection with
tho military hospital.
It camo out in the comparing of
uoto8 at the mooting that the
cause of 'death is frequently in
serted iu certificates to tho Hoard
of Health without (ho knowledge
of tho physicians in at'ondauce.
Dr. Day told of a Chineso doctor's
pprtifyiug to tho death of a caso
ho had never eoeu. Tho whole
story is told olsowhore, as put in
typo for yestorday's paper but
The following committco was
appointed to investigate the
typhoid fevor conditions, also to
look into tho mattor of protection
of the water supply from infec
tion: Drs. Herbert, Andrews,
Alvarez, Howard, Myers, Coopor
Dr. Alvarez complained that
tho medical fraternity was not
i onsulted, as a rule, iu masters of
importance to the public honlth.
It was tho seuso of tho meeting,
expressed by many speaker, that
the medical corps of the military
ought tobo onlisted in the investi
gation. Old I'uililoiieil Mines Plea.
Tho New England Bakory &
Candy Co. is raakiug up a big lot
of old fashioned mince pies with
lots of Hennossy's best brandy
for those who liko them iu this
stylo. It also makes up a fow for
those who prefor thorn plain. Its
pieB aro made by experienced
whito bakors. tho every best of
material b-ung only used. They
aro clean and wholesome tho samo
ns your inotuor used to raaice.
Telephone 74 will ttko your order
ai onco anu ptoveut uiBnppoiui
raeut. Tho bakery is also making
the lined bread in tho city and
will tell you all about it in a few
davs too busy now: can't sparo
Went Down li Ilnud.
Among those who wont down
the road Suuday wore Mrs. Stur
geou of Karaehamoha nnd a num
ber of lady teacbois from Oahu
Collpgo who wont down to Moku
leia for a littlo outing.
Mr. Traphngen, tho architect,
was another passenger. While nt
Waialua ho raado some calcula
tions as to tho proposed hotel at
Manager Dillingh im was in tho
On Another Crnlse.
Captain Taussig of tho U. 8. S.
Bennington has u.cided to go on
another cruise, this time to tho
Island of Hawaii. Tho start will
not bo mado until after tho Coast
miil of Djcombor 7 and about two
weeks will be BDent doiuc? tho bit?
island. Quito a littlo whilo will bo
spent iu Hilo. Tho Bennington
will bo back on or about the 22nd
of December, in timo for Christ
MHile Heart Nariit.
Dr. Winslow, who, for several
weeks, assisted at the Government
dispoDsary and then returned to
Camp MoEinley, has beeu mado
head mmo at tho new hospital at
Bueua Viftu, Nuuanu. Ho is iu
the performancoof his dutios there
Royal makes tho food pure.
wbolciuoie and dellclMi.
ftOVAt MMM POWOf R CO.. hfw VOM.
TWO NEW CORPORATIONS
One for Brewing and Other to Handle
Storage Projected With Brewery
aort Officers of Both
Articles of incorporation of tho
Honolulu Browing and Malting
Company, Limited, havo beon fil
ed in tho Interior office. Tlio in
corporators are A. Hocking, E.
Coit Hobron, Louis Schweitzer
and F. L. Dortch, all residents of
Honolulu, and M. Schweitzer; mi
resident of California. Tho prin
cipal office of the corporation is to
be at Honolulu.
Tho objects for which the incor
poration is formed, besides tho
holding of property, aro thoso:
"To manufacture, make .ud
brew ale, brer and milt liquors
and the samo to soil and dispose
of, and to do and perform any and
all acts necessary and iucidout
"To constrnct, equip nud main
tain n cold storago and tho samo
to operato in all of its brauohos,
aud therein to receivo for storage
and storo every description of
goods and merchandise usually
The capital stock is to bo two
hundred thousand dollars divided
into two thousand shares of ooo
hundred dollars each.
Tho corporation is to continue
in existence for fifty yoars from
tho dato of its incorporation.
Otlicors of record uro: A.
Hocking, president and troasuror;
and E. Coit Hobron, secretary.
Capital aid in amounts to
820,000, divided between tho in
corporators as named above, 400
CHARLES UllEWEB ESTATE.
Articles of incorporation of tho
Charles Brewer Estate, Limited,
havo also been filed by Joseph
Brower of Milton, Maas., aud
Goorgo H. Robortson, George R
Carter, Alfred W. Cartor and Ar
thnr O. Lovekin, each of Hono
lulu. Tho principal office is at
Tno purposes of tho corporation
are in oner, to uanuio tlio r in
propeity of tho estato of the Into
Tno oapital stock is one hundred
and fifty thousand dollars divided
into fifteen hundred shares of tho
par valuo of one hundred dollars
eaoh, with the privilege of exten
sion to' fivo hundred thousand dol
lars. Officers f r tho first year are:
Geo H Robertson, president;
Alfred "W Carter, vice prosidont;
Goo R Carter, treasurer; Arthur O
Lovekin, secretary and auditor.
The names of subscribers of
suarcs, all tolly paid up, aro:
Edward M Brewer, 400; Eliza
Brewer, 400; Joseph Browor, 8'JG;
Charles, Arthur H, Martha D,
and Robert E B.ewer, 75 onch;
Goo H Robort-on, G R O irtp-, A
C Lovekin nud Alfred V Curler, 1
A deod of convoynncp i append
ed, iu consideration ot the HlHro
issued to them, from tue Urowor
heirs m tbo corporation, f tlir r til
potato in Honolulu compri-n.u the
blocks n'nd premises ly i. i Ivinu
aud Fort aud Hotel streets ! lo-ig
ing to the estate of tho lateCiiaileH
One of tho long shelter sheds
which had stood over a feast table,
facing the front stops of the Exo
cutivo building, fell without any
warning -at about 10 o'olook this
morning and came very near bury
ing several laborers, whb wero on
ly ten or twenty feet distant, bo
noalh the wrock. One L'prtuguese
was pi oi I rStffd by blow from oue
of the cqcoanut brancbos forming
tlin roof, and it was at first thought
h was severely injured. Fright
vu, howovijr, found to bo tho
main cause of his fainting fit.
CoinJiniiilatious to W. O.
wator on rouudiug off his
910.000 IIAMAUK SUIT.
Mntlrrs in Probittr Vertllct In i:jPcl-
ment New Jury Trial.
A. jnry is boing drawn boforo
Judgo Stanley for tho $50,000
nun oi iu (ie o uonveia ei ai vs.
Wailuku Sugar Co. Creighton,
Kepoikai aud Correa oppoar for
plaintiffs, and Kinney, Ballou Sc
McClanahau for defuudant.
William Hooper, administrator
nf tlio estate of Obarles Hooper,
deceased, files his Mist and tinal
account, with receipts of $2738 3G
and paymonts of $2016 45. Bo
iides roul estate given in a former
inventory, thoro is i)ersonal prop
erty of $3844 55 in the estate.
J. M. Monsarrat has qualified
as guardian of tho J. I. Dowsett
minors, in a $3500 bond with AI.
D. Monsarrat as euretyi
Lau Lam Chin by his sttorneys,
Lylo A. Dickoy nud A. S. Hum
phreys, has discontinued his suit
in equity against H. A. Hcen.
Agnos Joues nnd others failed
to couvinco n mixed jury of their
titlo to roul estato in King streot,
Honolulu, claimed against Hoopu
loa aud others.
F. F. Porter vs. Hawaiian Pork
aud Packing Co., assumpsit, is on
for new trial boforo Judge Perry
aud by this foroin jury, found
satisfactory aftor eight jurors bad
been rejected: E E Millor, Jas
B Gorman. Gen McNichol, F H
Foster, J V Robortsou, D W Mc
Nicoll.13 R Campboll.WW Harris,
A O Davis, Jas Mclnornv, M
Phillips and D B Smith. Davis
and Unrnphroya for plaintiff;
Magoon nud Stllimnu for defen
dant. This F'irtnOon'i Arrest.
Four do-tortors, from tho Oahu
plantation, two Ohiuamou aud two
Japanese, were caught aboard tho
Manna Loa this morniug by
Jim Kupihe and othors. They wero
in 'tho act of getting away for
Puni is at the polico station for
investigation. Ho is supposed to
havo purloinod a wheel bolongiug
M. G. Freitas was arrostod this
forenoon on the charge of using
Tai Wo rofuseu to movo his
laundering establishment to tho
suburbs of the city and is in jail
charged with violating Bord of
A. Gumerson will bo sontto the.
insane Asylum irom tue polico
station this afternoon. He haB
been in tho Queen's hoipital for a
long time. Gumorsou is an
Englishman, G9 yoars of ago.
Tho indications are that bo has
Thanktflvlnir nt Arlington.
According to their invariable
practise, Mr. and Mrs.Krouso will
pprvo a Thanksgiving dinner at
tho Arlington hotel ou Wednes
day ovoning. Thero will bo space
for pooplo from tho outside as well
as the regular guests nf tho hotel.
Turkey with cranberry sauce will
be tho prico do resistance, nnd en
trees nnd dessert will bo of the
choicest. Yot only the regular
price will bo charged. The Ar
l'lu'on special dinners have al
w -y- boon a gront success, and
this one will be no exception.
It t ok only thruo small para
graph on dilToront days in tho
Bulletin to procure an elegant
uow turnstile at tbo northeast en
trance of Thomas square.
1TKMS OF INTKHKST TO WOYCLK
Rubbrr Is very scarce snd sttijilv alvanclnz In
price. Illcycles llrrs anJ tubes, alio Carrlirc tires
are HKiy iu tuvance in price jo cenis a i-aik aj
vance already on some tires, NO ADVANCB
The 30 inch wheel will not take the place of the S
as aJvflllvtJ by some manufacturer In 99. canvass
of various makers has resulted In an esilnrxeJ of
from j to 10 pet; cent. "The Cycle Ate" says It Is
a passing fad, like the jo Inch front whel of a few
years ax, and the very low heal of this year. Pro
portionate strength has to be followed out to Insure
reliability which calm and keeps the popular favor.
Illcycles will be docorated, and appearance In 'oo.
studed even by those makers who have held back
from uslne transfers striping-, etc.. the demand Is
for decuration and Hikes will be ornamented ti suit
the taste of the purchasers,
BAILEYS HONOLULU CYCICRY, 11 Kin
street has eond second hand wheels at fij, with new
tires $jo tu $j, NLW Illcycles )o'ot model The
KCliacie aiormer wneeis 9a moaei aio guarantee.
1 year, AI and W tires,
Repairs ot all kinds.
It per month keeps your Bike cleaned, oiled and
punctures repaired a popular feature at
231 King Street.
HIS THIRTY -FIFTH YEAR
of Geo. G. Btckley as
Hawaiian Who Is a Hard Toller Began
Before the Mast on a Whaler Ills
Among tho native Hawaiian
who havo started from the foot of
tho ladder iu business nud risen
step by step persistently to tho
top, Geo. C. B'ckley of tho Wild
er Steamship Co. stands out pro
miuentlv. Tomorrow ho will
completo his thirty-fifth year an a
soafaring man, n lifo which ho
lias lolloweu (rom a boy.
It was on Novembor 23 iu the
year 1803 that ho went before the
mast on tho whaling bnrk Catho
rino and sailed away for Arctic
waters after tho sperm whnle
Shortly after this, ho and the
whole crow met with a vory excit-
ipg adventure Tho Catherine
was captured by tho Confederate
privateer Uuonanuoau in tue is or
mg sea nud uurnou. Tbo crew
was transferred to the Richmond,
n ship living 'ho Hawnitnn ilas
and ownod by "Wilcox & Richards
For two yenrs Mr. Beckloy
served on whalers nnd in
18G5, returned to Honolulu to
work on tho Kilanoa. There
ho romainod for six months
aud then, roturned to tho whaling
business, shipping on the Monti
cello of New London, whoso ngont
in Honolulu Was C. A. Williams
F.S.Pratt was thou socrotary iu
. In 1870, Mr. Beckloy having
saved up quite a littlo sum of mouey,
loturncd to Honolulu nud again
wont on tho Uld liilauea, tin
timo as froight olork.
That was really the- beginuing
of his career with tno WiMer
Stenmship Compony. From that
timo until now, ho has occupied
many positions. Now ho is pursor
ot tbo largest steamer in the
Wilder company, is a direc
tor in the company and
has (ho fortuno of being one of
tho larcost stockholders.
During his whnling enroer of
seven years Mr. Beckloy was on
the Catherine, Richmond, Monti-
cello, Kohala, Eaglo and Arctic,
all whalers that touohod hero.
Captain Phillips commanded
tho Cntherino, Monticollo
and Eaglo and Captain Tripp tb
Kohala and Arctic whilo Beokloj
was on tboso vossols.
NEW YORKERS FOR HILO.
Yostorday Col. Bnrbor dictated
an order to Major Sagup. com
mandor .of the two companies of
tho Now York Volunteers now
stationed in Hilo. This was for
warded by tho steamer Kinau this
In tho order.Col. Barber ex
breesos it as his opinion that Hilo
is cortaiuly a fit place for garri
soning soldiers. He tolls Mnjor
Saguo to look into tho matter of
uniting tho companies now iu
Hilo under cover aud of provid
ing tho snmo kind of shelter for
the romaiuina two compnnies of
tho First Battalion.
If this can bo dono, Col. Bar
ber states that he will send these
two companies to Hilo at tbo ear
Tho statement mado by the
Bulletin yostorday in rogard to
tho indefinite remaining nf tho
two companies of New, Yorkors in
Hilo is corroborated by this action
on tho part of Col, Barber.
After the KeUv Coat.
A party of young fellows com
posed of Paymaster Du Bois, Eui
signs Billmor aud Winehip of tl o
U. S. S. Bennington nnd Messre."
G. P. "Wilder, 0. H. W. Norton
and Leslie Scott roturned from
Nannkuli gulch Sunday after
having spent an exciting time
with thn festive gnats of tha
Tho pnrty secured Bixtcen
hoti:l tiia.nksuivi.no uim:ii,
Introduction t n Nnteil Cliff In -niilulu
On Wednesday evening, the evo
of Thanksgiving Day, a thanks
giving dinner will bo given at tbo
Hawaiian hotel. The occasion is
incidoutnlly intended as au intro
duction ot tho people of Honolulu
to tho cuisine of thn new chef of
tho hotel. This functionary, Jules
tinnier, is ongiunllv from New
York, where ho served in borne
famous hotels nnd rcstnurnuU
such ns Delmonico's, the Metropo
litnn, Grand Union and Saratoga
aftor which ho was chief culiu
nry genius iu snvornl of the load
ing hotels of Charleston and Sav
ui mill in tlio South. Mons. Unr
lor came out to tho Pacific Coast
with Warron Lolend to open the
I'nlaco hotel, where he held tho
position of chef for oh-ven yenrs
at n silary of S400 a month. Lat
lerly ho filled the samo position nt
iho Hotel del Monte, Monterey.
His engagement by E. C. Macfar
Inno for the Hawaiinn hotel i
pnrt of the policy of "expansion"
adopter! by that gentlemnu when
ever ho enmo into feo simple
ownership of this famous old hos
telry. Tho improvements nlrendy
accomplished havo greatly in
creased both tho accommodations
and tho comforts of tho hotel, and
trouble or expense will not be
spared to still further promote its
metropolitan character. Mons.
Harder takes full charge of tho
culinary department and fining
A crowdod house greeted "Oliv
er l wist," played liv the Mciveo
llankiu Co. Stturdnv night. Nnnco
O'Neil ns "Nnnev S-kes." MeKee
Itnnkin ns "Hill Slk " and H-r-bert
Crtrr as "FHgin" gave sjjleu
dtd reteseutatiouH of tloir res
pective parts, so far ns makeup
ami acting went. Peoplf could not
ni'ike out most of the limo, bow
ovor, what anyone pxcopt Nunco
O'Noil wob saying. Frank Robins
was go id as " i he Aitfal D ulcer."
Tho flies were badly handled.
bile seem s wore i'ti g enacted.
bu'ldings wore beb ling up ni.d
UiMvn, nud swaying like Nob Hill
in nn earthquake It mado ono
have vwrtign. The murder of Nan
cy was groat actiug, but tho audi
ence would have been sated with
fir less realism. All things artistic
may bo lawful, bu'. uot nil are ex
pedientor fit to bo exhibited be
forcthe nverago itudieueo.
To llatvull on Uualnrea.
W. A. Wall, tho mrvpyor, wout
to Holualua, Koun, Hawaii, iu the
Mannn Loa this morning for the
purpose of looking over the GO 0
acres there belonging to tho "Ho
lualoa Hui" nnd of prupniing a
report .on theaamo.
It is well known that this land
has been in n hopulees t imp Id for a
long whilo just ns the Moloat
plains near Kapan, Kauai, and Mr.
Wall'a work will bo to find tho
boundaries of ench mau's laud so
that some kiud of a settlement
may bo affected.
Out f-r lliei Duy.
Tho U. S, S. Bennington batta
lion in C'lmiiiniid of Ensign B.il
mer, came nlior.' fi-r drill this
morniug nnd wont out in the .di
rection of Waihiki for; the d iy,
taking their lunut eon wit a thm
in their linvprnaek"
Highest Honors World's Fall
dold Medal, Midwinter Fair
K Pure Ornp Cream of Tnrtar PaVdei
10 YEAPS TT" STANDARD.
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