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12 PAGES HONOLULU. H. I.. SATURDAY, AIMUL 11 li(IO 12 PA(IES
PllIOK B ('MNTrt.
SANITARY PLUMBING RULLb
Engineer Edwards W.I1 Hake Draft for
Board 0 Health.
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ErerjtblDg Being FaiOrtble QliaraQtlDe Will Be
Ralad Htjdaj Danger of Plague
Tho Hoard of Health camo to order at
3:25 yesterday afternoon, before which
It had not a quorum. Present: Dr.
Wood, president; Attornay General
Cooper, Geo. W. Smith and P. .1. Low
rcy. Alex. Young, Minister ot tho In
terior, and a deputation o( master
plumbers were In attendanco; nlso Dr
C. L .Garvin, medical cxoiutWo officer,
nnd Mr. Duval, professional rit cticch
CharlcB Wilcox, secretary," rend tho
minutes of several previous mcectlngs,
which wcro approved.
Dr. Garvin, In answer to Mr. Smith,
aald tho laboratory Blnku l.nc teen
strongly, disinfected beforo the i lumb
ora began work on them.
Dr. Wood mentioned tho presence of
Mr. Young, by whom he nad been In
formed that delay In Inaugurating tho
aowcrugc system could only lo pre
vented by having houao connections
dono In time.
Mr. Young Btatcd that tho muster
plumbers were prepared to go to work
right away, having a good deal of ma
terial on hand. Andrew Drawn, Super
intendent or Water Works, had pro
cured copies of tho San Francisco
plumbing regulations. Theso might ho
adopted by the Board now and 'ho
Legislature, probably meeting within a
year, could confirm them with or with
out amendments as seemed desiiablo.
Mr. Cooper had read tho regulations
and found In them much that was be
yond tho provlnco of tho Board. MI
that could be dono JuBt now was to sou
that plumbing was done In n proper
manner under tho supervision of Mr. I
Edwards, the sanitary engineer of the
(ireau of Public Works.
Mr. Lawrey was aware that Mr. Ed-
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Mr. Smith moved,- seconded by Mr.
Cooper, to request Mr. lidwards to
draw up regulations. The motion wna
about to be put, when
Mr. Emmelcuth's Views.
Mr. Emmeluth desired to bo heard.
Tho matter of plumbing logulatlons
had been so often deferred, he pin
cecded to Bay, that unless Mr. Ed--warda
was In a position to wrlto tip 1
proper set of regulations between now
and tho outgoing of tho .iteamer Aus
tralia, tho plumbers could hardly torno
up to the requirements of connecting
up with the sewerage such as Mr.
Young contemplates. Tho San Fran
cisco regulations wcro no utrlctcr than
thoso of other well-regulated cities
having systems of sewerage. Tho
piumocrs ueaireu 10 uuvu oumu u.n'n-a-
Hiou irum II1U UUVUlUlIIVllb uo l .1.U
sanitary plumbing requirements. There
was a difference of opinion us between
Intercepting traps and nack venting
wbovo tho roofs. Whllo the San 1-inn-clsco
regulations required trap.!, ho be
lieved all tho plumbers In Honolulu
wore against them. Othor tcch.ilcai
divergencies of opinion were mention
ed by tho speaker. His plea was to
have regulations to govern ordc.s for
material required to be lmpottod.
Mr. Smith considered theio techni
cal details of differing theories on'y
made delay more desirable, nnd ho
would hold to his motion.' Another
steamer would follow tho AuMrulln
within ten days, nnd Mr. IM'v.uda
would probably be able to draft regu
lations In tlmo to havo orders for ma
terial required thereby go forward by
that steamer. .
Sold tor S2800.
Tho bark Sebastian, Dac'i wn 1 wild at
public auction at 12 noon lodny at
Brewer's wharf to II. It .Mnir.ulnnn
for tho sura of $2800. Tin) first hid was
$1,000. W. A. Ilcnshall hid up to $2.
750 nnd then stopped. Mr. .Marfar
lano was prepared to hid $",0(I0 It ne
cessary. It has not yot boon deter
mined what shall bo done with tho
bark. Captain Hansen nnd th crow
wll remain aboard until Monday. AH
hands agrco that Mr. Macfnilan.i has
got a good barealu. Tho sale wiib con
ducted by Will 6". FUh'ir, nmtloneiT.
Certificates ot Burial.
John Anderson, Hawaiian male, 22,
typhoid fovcr, Wnlklkl jir end of sa
Kuholcmai, Hawaiian nrnly, r gun
sieno, Oahu prison.
Theresa Hose, German famuli-, H,
tumor, Penhallow House.
Tow Dowman, Hrltlnh iiimId. 05,
pneumonia, Drill Bhcd camp.
CORSETS 60 CENTS,
Wear a nice SUMMEIl COIIHET and
you will be always cheerful and com
fortablo In all your movcimmtH. Iwn
knml, Hotel sret.
Details of Japanese
Labur Strike on Maui
Wnlluku, April lO.-riiursda:',
AprlJ nbQut 120Q JnpnnM0 M 10
Pioneer mill, Lahalna, and Olo.vnlu
plantatlonr refused to work and s'nro
then the number has been augmented
by a number or Kaanapaii Jupancsc,
Altogether It Is said about 1500 Ja
pancso arc on strike,
'the present tioublo aroso from .1 cano
tried beforo Magistrate Kahn.'.iio oi
Lahalna last week. A Japan '?o was
prosecuted for assault with a deaaly
weapon upon tlio, person t Mr. Sod
gwltz( a sub luna on tho Pioneer plan
tation. Geo. lions and J. Riohaidson
aided tho prosecution, whllo Senator A.
N. Kepolkal nnd S. M. Kanukal defend
ed the Japanese. The trial judge lountt
defendant guilty and sentenced him to
pay a fine ot $50.
During that evening tho Japanese
conspired fgr a strlko and on the next
day they were joined by tno oiowam
laborers, who have an alleged grudge
against tho planatlon for not getting
their pay promptly nt thQ end of each
month, but havo been forced to watt
until about the 16th of eajh month.
Ibis was not satisfactory to tho :ntn,
hence tho strike.
As Magistrnto Kahaulello of Iahnlnu
had used his best endeavor? to make
the Japancso go back to wotk until
tho arrival of ono of their rcprescntn-
1 tlvcs from Honolulu beforo sWiom tlioy
I might explain their grievances, he felt
himself disqualified from hearing n
case brought by a Japancso against
the Olowalu plantation, oo second
Magistrate Kalclkau of Walluku went
over on Tucsdny, April 10th to hear
A telephone message from Lahalna
at 6 p. m. reports that the case was
still pending and that about 300 Jap
uncso were hanging around tho court .
houso yard leisurely, without nrme.
Sheriff Baldwin and a posse of about
ten pollco from Walluku nro now In,
DISCUSS MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS.
Invitations havo been ije.it out to n
special meeting of the Young Men's Re
search Club to be held next Friday
be the advisability of orga.mln,c a
Young Men's Municipal Club and If M.
Ivlsable tho most desirable method of
nctlon. There will do two twelve min
ute addresses. E. M. U iyd will speak
on "Municipal Leagues its Independent
Parties,"-and-T. McCants Stewart will
give a talk on "Municipal Leagues as
Aids to Party Organm i'!nn." It la
anticipated that Mr. StowarC'i iidtlress
will be particularly IntPrcstins .vo
ho was an actlvo wo !: . with Scth I. jw
In tho Greater N-r. Yont camjiiilgn
Mr. KintS'B Birthday.
Walluku, April 10. Jas. L. Kins,
father ot Deputy Sheriff W. II. King of
Makawno, Mis. Thos. Cummlngs, who
of head luna ot Walkapu plantation,
celebiated Mr. Klng'H 78th birthday
last Saturday. During ths evening a
luau wus served at tlio WailiKit homo
of na g(m y
11. lung, to wuicu a large
number ot Mr. King's grandchildren
and friends were present. Dm lnr; that
afternoon Mr. King wertt out target
snooting with his son Willlo, and al
though ho has not handled a rifle for
two years he scored 32 nt 200 yards.
Hannls Was Acquitted.
Walluku, April 10. Tho guaid
liana Hoard of Health, Vm. H.-mnls,
charged with manslaughter in that his ,
dog was Bupiiosed to havo chowed up I
uumeiclfuiiy a Chlpaman ly tho aumo
ot Aklona on March 2 tho v an died
twenty-ono days later from the ertcctu
of tho dog hues was tiled licfoiu ,
Magistrate Robertson In the Wntluka
court houso on Wednesday, April 4.
bherlff Haldwln prosecuted for tho
government, whllo Messrs. lions &
Coko defended Hnnnls, who was dis
charged by tho trial Judgo for lack ot
tho man's dying declaration.
Walluku, April 10. Tho quartoily
llolko Kula Sabatl or Sunday school or
Makawno district took place 111 tho
Foreig uchurch nt l'ala on Sunday,
Apill 8. Thero weio nearly two hun
dred pupils and parents prc3cur. The
following schools took part. Huelo,
llamakuanoko, Keokea, Kuln nnd l'ala.
'llio Maunaolu semlnaiy ilns did not
hnvo a class this tlmo. Tho collection
was nearly $90.
TO CUIUS A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Bromo Qulnlno Tabletr,
All drugglstu rofuud tho money 11 It
fails to cuio. E. W. Grove's slgnatuio
Is on each box. 25 cents.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
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I DV AND NIGHT CUSSES
ROOMI II. II, ui rtOir 9 A, M F, M,
ll()Uk-l TUO 9 CM
BRITISH TROOPS CAPTUBED
Roberts Reports Loss and Death
of Boer General,
fin Compiules Forced to Surrender
Dead General Was Cbltf Staff
Boers Forcing ite Figbtlrg.
Loudon, April C The War Of
flco at about 4 a. m. posted a des
patch from Lord Roberts announc
ing Lord Mcthuen's capturo ot
fifty-four Hocrs and tho killing ot
General Vlllebols Marcull, tho
chief of staff ot the Doer army.
A tew minutes later n second
telegram was bulletined reporting
tho loss ot five companies of Brit
Both dispatches wcro Issued In time
to be printed In tho last editions ot nil
tho evening papers.
' Tho lost companies are probnhly part
ot tho force guarding the railroad from
Bethany, thirty miles south ot Uloem-
I The Boers are evidently operating in
force near the railroad ami thctc Is a
possibility ot the line being interrupted
tor a brief period nt any time.
In the death of General Yllllbols
Marcull tho Boers lose their best in
structed soldier in continental methods
As Jho late General JoubDrt'a chief of
staff his brain devised the Boer doings
against General Buller'a advance nt
Lndysmith. Ho was tho most notablo
of all soldiers of fortune serving the
As the captured British soldiers were
In a position to. defend themselcs tor
nearly twenty-tour hours and wcte
then forced to surrender, the fighting
must have been severe.
Tho Boers were In force yesterday 60
miles south of BloemfouMn. They
had a brush with the Britl3h patrols.
Advices from Springfont in, dated
G p. m., April 6th, announces the Boers
havo been hlghted west ot tho rail
way. It la officially announced- that tho
British companies in tho oor ambush
near Sannas Post, total up 4K0, includ
ing 174 missing.
Roberts Lost Five Companies.
London, April C. Lord Roberts re
ports that five companies of British
troops havo been captured by tho
Boers near Bethany.
London, April 6, i:03 p. m. Tho fol
lowing Is tho text ot f.orl Roberts' dis
patch to the Wur Otllco nnnounclng tho
capture of five companies of his troops:
"Blocmfontcln, Thursday. April 5.
Another unfortunate occurrence has
tnken place, resulting, I tear, in tho
capturo or a party o: Infantry consist
ing ot thrco companies of tho Ruynl
Irish Fuslleers and twi companies of
Ninth Regiment of Mounted Infantry
near Rcddcrsburg, a llttlo nstward of
Bethany railroad station, with a lew
miles of this plao.
"They were snrruumled by a rtrongur
forco of tho diittinv with four or Ilv
guns. The detachment held out tiom
beforo noon on April 3d. until 9 n. m.
on April tth, anil then npp.irently sur
rendered, for It Is reports I that tuo
flirlng ceased at th.it time.
"Imcdlntcly after I hcaid tho noub,
during tho iiftcvnoon or April 3d, I or
dered Gntncro to piuce.)J from Spring
fonteln, his pieseut headiiiartein, to
Reddcrsburg. will: till poHKllib spn-d,
and I '1lBpn'lid tho Cameion Hlh
landers tliemv to Bethany.
"Ho nrrlved at Hcddoiflmrg nt 10: In
without minus I mi. but
could get no news or tin missing men
"There can ho no doubt tho wholo
party has been made prihonijin."
Rumored Mctliucn Victory.
Lotulon, April 6. A minor was cur
rent this afternoon thai Lord Mcthurr.
has gained a victory over tlio Iioeis,
but tho War Olllcu was unable to eon
lloci' Lender Killed.
London, April C Tho War Ollleo han
received the following dispatch fiom
Lord Roberts, dated Hloemfontciii,
"Mctliucn telegruiihs from Iloslmf, In
tho Ornngo 1'ieo Slain llttlo inuili
east of Klmbcrloy, us follows' "Sur
rounded General VlllboU Mnrcull and
u body of Boo '8 tod-iy, iiomt esraped,
Vlllebols nnd 7 Hoerfc killed, S wound
ed, CO pilaoners.
"Our losses woim. KlllivJ Cupt.ilrn
lloylo nnd Wllllamu, liolh of VeoniMii
ry, nnd two nwn of YiMiimury, Wound,
ud About scvb'i men
"Tho iittuc ulniitni) four hours. Tho
corps behaved viiry well. Our finii'
was composed of Yutunpii'v nnd the
Klmbcrlcy mount d corps, utid the
fourth buttery of nrillrv."
Mnrcull was cl.lof of start of tho Hut
army. Ho was llfly yinr old mid is
said to havo ouen rcipoiislbl for inriuy
It. It tilt Getting Fretful.
London, Apill 0. Tho Urltlbli Wur
Oinco this morum,-; (libelous iioiljnig
and correspondent! at Roberts head
quarters have not bei-n heard from for
two days or mor .
The lapse f time has not icndeied
tho military nIiuiiIIiiu in the Grai.go
Free State less secure.
Tina is tlio twenty-fomth dny Hlnco
Roberts' arrival at Hlo.'mfontelu, nnd
the absenco Is beginning to make tho
British public rather fietful. Two con
jectures arc favorite. One li tint tho
silence covers an Important British at
tack, tho presumption being that Rob
erta Is already in the iKd. Tnn other
Is that tho enforod inactivity Is on
account of the lack of draught and
saddlo animals, and rm:s". continue for
somo days, and thorcfoiu nothing Is
Tho situation to far .18 London corn.
Is as it was two days ego. Uocis in
unknown numbers are hoveling aiouud
Bloemtontcln out ot rangd 01 the Brit
This queer telegram comes from
KImberlcy: "April 5. Since the de
parture of tho main body of troops,
Lleut.-Col. Chalmer remains In com
mand of garrison here."
The departure ot any considerable
Metuucn was last repqrted nt KImber
lcy ten days ago, and tne supposition Is
that ho has advanced with his main
force from Klmbcrlay and gone to the
relict of Mnreklng.
Kltcltncr'a Men Surrendered.
London, April 6. TJjj Capetown cor
respondent ot tho 3tntidaid gives de
tail;, hitherto obscure, ot tho surrender
ot a squadron or KltclRMier'ri Horse,
the day ot tno relief ot Klmboiloy.
Tho squadrpn had boon left to guard
ffl . .. . , r , , " " u ' 'endant was really not to blamo for
f , nan.C,C. f ? VVt bcs,e!j ,lml;n' ,r'' , selling adulterated eolfee Tho whole
troopers found them wives besieged tor M,e houlI0 ,rom whlch ha b01 ht hH
tour days by a body f.400 Boers. 1... i..,.in. t... ,i... . i ... ,.,.. 1
DlJrc.d iMbholn irrio wall, of ho'tho boxcs "Compound" and the Tartu-
farm house and mado 1 d-Mnita itnnrt SUeS0 80,d tho Coffc0 OUt of ll, pa(k'
rarmuouso anu maao a OMpcrato stand .. W.ilniit nnttini? mi nnv inin.u
tor three days. "They rought gallantly
and without food, but on tilt fourth
day they caught a goat, which they de
voured. Thero was not a blndo of
grass on the veldt, and their hoists
died of starvation.
On the touith day Coiirrul Deuot
sent a messenger calling on them to
surrender within a fcwlnlnutes. Tho
scltuatlon was hopelcM'. The Hocrs had
two 12-pounders with them, and tho
squadron was In tho lax-, stage of ex
Seeing thnt theio wns no
relict, they agreed among,
chance of relief, they agreed
themselves to surreu.ler
Murder at llilo.j
In Hllo Monday ovening last Gus
Schwarz wbb stabbed mid killed by
Arthur Meyncrs, aged 19, during tho
progress of a quarrel duiliu which!
harsh words wero ussd by both.
Tho tragedy took placo In tho Hllo
Stables. Schwaiz had been out exor
cising tho race horrfo Antldoto. Upon
returning he found tho horse's stall oc
cupied. A hnnd cloned tho place nnd
tho horso wns put lr.. Just then Mey
ners camo out and was soon In n nuai-
rci with schwarz who struck
sallant In the face. Meyuera
knife nnd, swinging It around, cut
Schwarz In tho neck, Hovering tho
Jugular vein. Tho unfortunate man
died in about flvo minutes. Meyncrs
gavo himself up a little Inter on.
8YDNLV QUA KAN I' I MI AGUIST.
The Government U going to Invo a
quarantine agent at Sydney, Austiallu,
to keep It Informed of uuy contngloual
diseases in thnt country. A commis
sion in blank goes down In tho Warrl
moo to bo filled wlt'i the nnmo of n
snltahlo pcrbou by the Hawaliim Con
C.-A. 8, 8, Warrlmoo.
The C.-A. S. S. Warrlmoo, Phillips
c iinmander, arriveJ In port and anchored
of the Pacific Mall wharf at abo it 11:15
o'clo.lt this forfiionii. Purser Hellinilre
Kindly furnMied the Bulletin wltji the!
V.rcoiner. II. C , at 1:55 p. in,, 6 April
md Victoria at 11:15 p.m. same date.
After cleirlng Cape flattery, strong N.
W. b'tee with rough sea was encounter
ed, uhlcli moderated on morning of 8ih
l.iit during fame night liureaseJ to a inuJ.
eiale gile with high MUiliedy sea. Wind
NfereJ ti S, V, onflth with high iea,
v eather co itlmieJ Wilf ferous until mow
iig of 11. When light N.B. Winds ret
hi with fine weatlura d were car l-J to
rival in Monoliili.ut 10:45 J, 111 14 Apll,!do,48cMtessinoleJmrits, 10 w.ises caned
"''',i 1 ' u ' Mlowrr.1 .it 7ijo a, in, meits, 45 lihl, plclded mtals. 10 pgs
11 Arrll. nil well
7 P. 111. 14 ll April passed 4 nujifd
schooner "Hipert Lewers" strerlng S, V,
bea'lng N, $9 i, frum Makainm dls
Kiloliana Art League
Prepares fur Exb bitlon
Tho spring exhibition of tho aIIo
hana Art League will open un May
22d In tho league's rooms In Progress
block. Tho members first view rooep
tlon will be held on Monday evening,
May 21st, nnd exhibitor's "vara.a day "
will be upon May 19th. Work of ex
hibitors for exhibition will be received
by tho Jury of selection on and after
the 9th of May.
Mr. n. Ilnu'nrit lltlrlwonlr B'.lil this
morning that owing
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tmUIUlIlU UlilL UW1I1IT L(l .Hfl lll.lUlin. I
which had interfered considerably
with tho work of members for tev -
oral months, the by-law providing lhat
no work shall be twice cxhibl'eJ 'ins
been suspended for this exhibition, but
will hereafter bo in force.
The Jury of selection tor tho coming
exhibit will he: I). Howard Hitchcock.
chairman, Harold Mott-Siulth, Mlrs
Anna Parke. Mrs. II. Kelley and Mrs. 1
W. M. Graham.
LODGE OPPOSES STATEHOOD
The Washington Post of Man It 27
says: At a meeting ot tho Hous'i Ci m
mlttce on Territories yesterday Chair
man Knox read a letter Irom Senator
Lodge, stating that If he had been pres
ent when the Hawaiian bill passed th
Setmto he would not have consented to
tho adoption of the clause for a delo
Bato In Congress or making Hawaii
eligible for Statehood. He urged Mr.
Knox to lay the matter beforo tho
House Committee on Territories, and,
XffiS"--to s,r,ko out thos two " 1
There was somo discussion In the
committee over tho letter, hut finally,
by a unanimous vote. It was decided
not to molest cither ot the clauses re
ferred to In Senator Lodge's letter
Slmoas, a Portuguese, appeared In
the Police Court this forenoon 011 tho
cbargo of selling adulu-ruted role.
When brought up Deuio tho Judgo,
Marshnl Brown explained that the do-
ages without putting on any labels,
The people of the wholesale houso ad
mitted having been In tho fault. A
nolle prosequi was entered and defen
dant discharged. J. If. Vivas appeared
Wong Chow vs. the New Zealand In
surance Co., assumpsit. Yeo Wo Chun
& Co. vs. tho Trans-Atlantic Flro In -
suranco uo., L,tu., assumpsit, una cu
Wf Pltnn X. fn va (k. Tltiltit.-llrn-
Wo Chan & Co., vs. tho Haniburg-Hre-
men Fire Insurance Co., tissiimpsll,
havo Just been pluced on lll. The niits
nro all the outcome of tho flio ot Jan
John D. Paris vs. J. Alfred Mngoon,
administrator of tho estate of Antono
Fernandez, assumpsit, has Just been
placed on file. Pl.ttutliT alleges a breach
of contract relating to supply ot eattlo
trom tho Fernandez rai'ch In North
Tn night at 1 1 o'clnck the fourteenth
day with ut a cac of plague will tnJ. Or.
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morning u va uie cumui'ii
"I pnysicians that alter the tiitcnlh day
... nAAl. .1.1 t ..t ..- kU .
tneirrsentenld ntlc was over. 'Itknot
pr t'ubltf," said Or. J .b, " under present
f.ivonhie couJltlms, tut another ep'de
mlc will appeir after this limit. Wc are
In mu h better sanitary con J tlon now
than thoje cities where recurrence of epIJe
mlc I lalmpieiit."
Shut at the Prince.
Trusseh. Ap-ll 5 -Jem Hint's! Slpldo,
tht HelRl.111 yoitlt who ntlempteJ the
II c of the Prince of Wale vtsterJ iv, was
not sub.iillt-.d to any further cx.imlintlon
toJiy. Ills attituJe Is objrc'ej and he
appears very tl'ed, having I ad little lep.
He continues not to eprv regret at his
ciime, hut has repejttdly requested per
in stloti 111 see his iiutlnr. No Intel view
h'tweMi tlicm, ho,vevr, will he allowed
The Warrlmoo brought the following
cargo from Vancouver for this poi's 140
pligs ma Jiinery, 6 pkg$ drapery, a hbls
beer, C75 casl(sbotl, J)ter,5 casks heer
lonle, 170 boes bolt, beer, jo cases rye
wliMiy, 40c.ic ScoLli whUUvi Hplfgs
m'JUe, 1 j cases hosiery, tx luiiniscod
fish, 8 rises froen salmon, w casts filei,
ic ulnrs hiit'i-r. un f.is l.ir.l. I (I -r.ilic
THE WATERMAN JDEAl FOUN
TAIN PEN, All ie, Mil sliBped, , F,
HOlbB SEWER CUNNECI'ION
N) Govermeat lQierreret.es It It Cm
Ai Expert from San Fuocl'co (or N w 0.11:5 of
StDiUrj Plumbing liispcur Pw.r (A
Board ot tUiib.
At InA nnnfiirpiipn vniturdnv thu
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Plumbcis gac icncwed assuiuiuci to
l,le Minister of the Interior of their
earnestness In grappling, with tbelr
I,art of tno sewerage pro'jlem. 't her
toIU "lm r t,le material they had on
(hand, and of their desire lo order ira-
mediately whatever llttlnss might be
"Quired to comply with reiiiiatioriH.
Andrew Brown. Superintendent of V.'a-
lcr woras, nau procured tno mw Fran
Cisco regulations, nnd the .dumber
wanteiuto have these, or a modlllcatlon
ot them, adopted by the Uoa.d of
Health beforo the- sailing of the Aus
tralia. Minister Young, talking n a Bulletin
reporter after the meeting, cxpitwcJ
a strong determination to have the
house connections with :ho howc-b
done In time, "if tho resident pi. inb
era cannot do it, the Govornm -nt w'll
have to tako bold," the Minister said.
"It is very much against my notions lor
the Government to Intercfere with prl
vato business, but this Is a vital mat
ter to tho community. I 10,10 that tho
local plumbers will be able to handle
the house connections witht.ut auiikt-
With regard to tho obioctloii Uit
the Board ot Health could not raako
permanent regulations, Minister Yodnc
evinced impatience In his ojmiuont.
He had no doubt whatever that th
Hoard was possessed ot power to tee
that connections with the .ewers were
made In accordance with ihu latest
available sanitary science.
Minister Young was equally empha
tic In putting down anothor Idea that
had gained some currency. There
has never been nny Intent rjn ot ap
pointing any Honolulu nlumbe at
sanitary plumbing Inspector. I am
going to send to San Friuclvo tor tt
thorough expert. The plumbers have
one ot themselves qualiled to till tho
P0l- Ves, even If any or Ihna, M
.1.11, i.tm.nt . . ,.1,. ,1 .. .
told me that they do cot consider any
think himself fit to tako tho ofllie.
master plumber here, under present
prospects of the trade, can do bettor
for himself by sticking to his shop."
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