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ALLEN A K0BDII0H.
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E.lllor Uvenlng' riimetlii-rSlrf-UTlio'
accompanylnit letter written for the
Advertiser was declined Insertion by,
Its editor on the ground that It was
entirely at variance with tho view
held by himself on the question of
vaccination. May t ask tliaf yon pub
lish It In tho Uullotln.
, CHA1U.K3 V. HAHT.
Honolulu. Jan, li, '10.
" Audi Alteram. Partem,
Editor "Adveitlsdr:" In your Issue
or tho 8lh Inpt. tinder tho heading,
"Vrrrlnalloii Problem," joii Bay:
til) to the time ( f, tlift limt
or vaccination (aw mi tho ntatote
li.juks, hut lliu usual fiKlit, nns
ntnrtcd SKalnst It,, nnd an a re
sult It was wiped out and an
other law substituted which
makes It haul for tin; autliurltles
to ii ntect the health of the chil
dren and of ,the, community."
If, Sir, you clCHlrc the public In un
derstand that liu pew law makes it
difficult to piotect tho health of the
children and of the community be
cause of Impedimenta It puts In the
way of vaccinating children, then I
miit;8ny, )our dictum will appear tn
many nt Incredlblo as the "qulciinqtie
vult" of (heoWy. That Inoculating
tho clean, healthy body of a child with
tho excrellons from running sores on
n sick calf, can posHlhly conduce tn
the child's health, or tn that of tho
cooimiinlly Is, again I say It, Incred
ible. Ah to the business of Bitch pro
cess preventing snialxxlut mqsiieak
prci-ently. Solons or not. the mem
Iwrg of the last legislature only did
whnt tho Mother of Parliaments before
them had done, for In 1907'compulsory
vaccination was done away with In
Ureal llritaln. That a majority of
fnedlcal men think such legislation
woreii than foolish, dnei not nlako It
so. numbers l.nxo no Kjieclnl. merit of
themselves, unless they happen to lie
on the side of truth. .Many learned
and thoughtful men, the world over,
loon upon thn. whole story of .Vaccina
tion from tho days when Jonner was
fussing around the diseased teats of
tho Gloucestershire dairy maids' cows,
even to these limes, as an -ejror that
has iroed misleading and disastrous
beyond expression. Let It be reincm
beied that, for eighty years nfter Mun-
ro, M. I).,- Fr 11. S., of Edinburgh, had
called attention to the wrongfulness of
venesection, tho practice of bleeding
continued, and I am old enough to
have seen scores of people depleted
of their life's blood. Also It Is well to
bear In mind that, Inoculation for
smallpox was practiced with the full
approval of tho Medical Profession for
I0O years. It Is now prohibited by
law and its piactlce punished as a
W. Scott Tebb, SI. D., SI. A.. (Can
tab.), a physician, and thd son of a
physician, says. In his exhaustive
worlr '"A Century of Vfccinatlon," p.
403, "In due course of time tho tra
dition of (he dairy mauls of Gloucester
shire will take Its proper place
among tho legends nnd folk-lore of thu
paBt; and If allowed to prophesy, I
cannot help thinking that another gen
eration will look back with' amaze
ment and Incredulity that for 100 jcars
the people of Great Britain should
liavo worshipped at the shrine of a
slrnngu, unreasonable and mischievous
Dr. Charles Crelghton, who for his
pro-eminent irofesslonallsm and
rcholurly abilities wus chosen lo wrlto
tho article on vaccination for En
cyclopedia Ilrltanulca, says, the "antl
vaccinators hate knocked the bottom
out of a grotesque superstition." Fur
ther says this accomplished physician,
"tho history of vaccination from Its
beginning to its present position Is a
refreshing Illustration of tho truth that
medical science is human first and
bclentlflc afterwards." '.
Dr. Miller, an eminent physician of
Pittsburg, writing to Elhert Hubbard
says, "vaccination Is a crime ,
Wo must defeat the effort of tho man
who would make sick an entire com
munity of well people In the fear that
a small portion of It may get sick.
wo must denounco the Idea that a
healthy person Is a menace to any.
body. Wo must see that our chll-
drcn's education Is not predicated on
tno point of a poisoned quill."
It may, Sir, be difficult for laymen
to get at the truth of the pro and con
touching the subject of vaccination,
especially If they have a weakness for
icudlnii oiedlca,! Journals. In verifica
tion of this let me mentloq (hg of
repeated smtoniont of the Immensely
HTt-'lltei' moitallty from amnllmv in
the French army durlnir tho Vrnnnn.
I'russlan war, owing, as whs asserted,
"i .i(t.iii.4i juiiumii, 10 tiitj fac that
iw-ij.uihhi)u wus cunipuisory In the
Gorman army, but not in the French.
Tho figures glvon and repeated, ltd
""""l. '" wonq over, wtnq 33,409
deaths In tb French, whliu the (Jer
many anny'lost only at.t t Tha Urlt
Jsh National Alltt-Yccuatloif tUaguq
Investigated tho mutter and kfcowd
It toi be without foundation mid un.
true. Within tho last few yenri. the
"'""' rr lumen 1110 niri ,iorv nn.l
wail called down hy the. Secretary of
'i' " "" i"" h ," '""t, lJ,lcn uy auempi io evaoe roivacci
lea'rl.itmo there was a coijipiils- Y 1 rtaflop at the elated peilod Is made a
unfiilnallnn Inn fill llirt aitititlo1 rnr(nii .tvnH u t t. i .
Tho Malil timi-ttnl .A.IliersOll llOlllllll Rltrh nntlintllu In
knowlodged the story had boon proven
unti ue, and reuieitmi i,. r,uUan,.,. ,..
ts columns! um tho damago had
been done, and tho lay press vlicor
(.mly agiiln fcr,,Q(l tll0 lllll)1Jc wUh
llio figures, nnd itgaluat, the- folly '.of
fwlllnB to ro-vacolnatui' - ' ,
And now, Mr. Editor, what can be
inl.l of Ibis? In 1606. at the Jubilee
dinner of the Incorporated Society of,
Medical Omoere or Heniui,, oi .nR
land, Baron Taknkl, of Japan, stated
that there were no antUacclnv
tlonlsts In Japan. Every child was
vaccinated before It was six months
old, ie-vacclnat,ed when It entered
school at six years, again re-vacclnated
nt fourteen yearn tyhen golpR to tho
mldd'e school, .and the men were re-
aL'Clnatcd before enterliiR the army,
while a rurthcr re-vacclliatlon was en
forced If an outbroak of smallpox oc
curled." (Sop "Lancet"190ll, p. 1441).
Tolerably thorough, f think ou wll
admit. The vaeclnatlou I done from
lymph, from calves ony, and, which. U
procured from vacclno establishments
owjied and controlled by the govern-
liicuti Any attempt to evade ro-vaccl
serious onense ami is treated as a
grave dereliction against the public
health, and ycl. Sir. Editor, last year,
the year 1908. Japan suffered from a
serious outbreak of smallpox, with IS,
067 caBPB and 5,837 deaths! The
figures. Sir, are not fniicirul as were
thoie glvin nl tho time of U10 Franco
Prussian war. but wero forwarded, on
request of Its Secretary, o the Na
tlnnnl Anti-Vaccination League of
Great Britain, In April of this year,
by Mr, S, Ktibota, Director of the San
itary Bureau, Department for Home
Affairs, Toklo. Well may tho words of
Dr.,Chatles Crelslilonlie repeated. vU;
that tho "antl-vacclnators havo knock
ed tho bottom out of a grotesque su
perstition." In an editorial of "Tho Lancet" of
August 1st, J908. nro these " words:
"The philosophy of Heraclltus as sum
med up in tho woll-Unown generaliza
tion "ull things are. In a stuto of flux,'
cart be applied at nlmost any season
with singular appropriateness to. modi,
clito as a science. Tho orthodox In
medicine, both ns regards theory and
practice. Is ever changing, since, the
discoveries revealed by research and
confirmed by experience, when Incor
porated Into the general scheme,
necessitate the modification of vlewn
previously hold, the adoption of new
methods, and tho relinquishing of old
ones. By such means only can medi
cine advance as n scienco nnd nchlovo
ft truly rational basis."
Allow me, 8lr, to conclude with a
few words of Alexander SI. Boss, SI.
D., F. II. S. "I oppose," he says, "be
cause forty ,yearK of practice havo con
vinced mo that vaccination doeH not
afford the least protection or mitiga
tion from smnllim, and because I be
lieve, that lta pretext Is bad In logic,
wicked In morals, and futile in prac
tice." CHAHLES F. HABT.
Honolulu, December 15, 1909.
REAL ESTATE TRAN8A0TI0N8.
Entered for Record Jan. 10, 1910,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:39 d. m.
Ton r Sung Wal Co to Trs of Est of
BernlcejP Bishop ....,.,...., Sur L
von Hamm-Youug Co. Ltd to Caesar
II Jardln , Hel
von Hamm-Young Co Ltd to E II
E H Lewis to von Hamm-Youug Co
'-! ." CM
Est of James Campbell by Trs to
Kaplolanl Estate Ltd Pnr net
Kaplolanl Estate Ltd to Archibald S
Cleghorn , . , d
Kahuawal (w) to Ah Wal da
J K Slakuakano and wf to Manuel .r
Tavares ,., jj
.Manuel j Tnvnrcs and wf to Sinn
utl Branco m
Cecil Brown Tr to John J Alborts..D
J P Kenloha (k) to Vanlllmlll ikt . n
Oahtt Collego by Trs to Mrs Eliza-
oetn ai uumore-. n
Cecil Brown Tr to Edward Genet ,.D
tntered for Record Jan. 11, 1910,
Henry Watorhouso Tr Co Ltd to
Gcnevlovo Dowsett Hoi
Elinor A W Langton ot al by Comr
,t0 J Garden Com Sale
Ylm Syak Yu.ig to Ylm OI BS
S0CD2DADE PORTHaUEZA DE ST.
ANTONIO BENEFIC1XNTE DE
Notice Is hereby given that the
above-named society, nt Its annual
meeting, held In Honolulu on the
4th of December ultimo, elected the
following officers for the year 1910,
Bald, officers having assumed the re
sponsibility of office on the 10th In
M. C. Pacheco President
Julio P. nego Vice-President
Louis n. Medelros Secretary
Manuej R, Blsho, ...... .Treasurer
Board ! Directors.
11. Pcrvlrn, chairman t A. P. C.
Cwrea; seoretary; John I." Sllvelra,
Crlno Almeida, Manuel S. Falas.
.Board of Auditors.
Jose Castuno, Ernesto F. Agular
and Antonio L Perelra. v
, LOUIS It. MEDEinOS,
. Honolulu, January 1, 191,0.
1 ,-.i- NOTICE
Notice Is hereby given ,that Mr,
W. F. Wilson, whose jottce Is In the
building on Fort street lately occu
pied by this company. Is authorized
to receive, all bills, payable to , JtU
tompany, nnd that he Is tho only
audition to the duly appointed trees-
urer ot the company.
wm. a. mwiN & ce ltd.
Ily Its Second Vice President,
i, W. SI. OIFFAUD.
Honolulu, January 3d, 1910. -
K'-THE CinCOIT COURT OF THE
Flf,st Circuit, Territory" of Hawaii.
At Chambers. In Probate. In the
matter of the Estate ot C. Wlnam,
deceased, Tho petition of Clilng
Tant Shee, executrix ot the last will
and testament of C. wlnam, dei
ceased, praying for an order ot sale
ot certain real estate belonging to
the estate oft said decedent, to-wlt:
First A uortlonot R. P. (Orant)
3388, to Henry F." Poor, sltuato at
Kalta, Walklkl, Honolulu, having a
frontage of '380 feet on Kapahulu.
road, and containing on area ot 2.44 ,
acres, mate. or less.
iUcond Lots 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14,
16, 1$' 17, 18. J9 and 20 In block
3-A of the Kapahulu Tract.
Third Lots 22 and 23 In block ft
of the Kapahulu Tract.
Fourth Lots 3 and 4 In block
4-1) of the Kapahulu Tract.
Fifth Lots 10, 11, 12, 12, 17, 18 '
and 19 In block 7-11 of the Kapahulu
Sixth Lots 17 and 18 In block
10-A ot the Kapahulu Tract, and
setting forth certain legal reasons
why such real estate should be sold,
That the personal property ot tho
estate of said decedent Is Insufficient
to pay the debts of said decedent.
It Is hereby, ordered that the heirs
and next ot kin of Bald C. Wlnam
and all persons Interested In the
said estate, appear before this court
on Tuesday, the 25th day of Janu
ary, A. D. 1910. nt 10 o'clock a. m.,
at the court room ot this court, In
Honolulu, then arid there to show
cause why un order Bhoitld not be
granted for the sale of such estate. -
Dated ot Honolulu, December 22,
By tho Court:
' J. A. THOMPSON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit.
11. W. nilECKONS and
WADE WAIUIEN THAYEH,
Attorneys for Executrix.
4498 Dec. 22, 29, Jan.-6, 12
IN THE cinntiiT rnnn-p nf wm
First Judicial Circuit. Territory ot
Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate,
In tho matter nf thn Rutnla nl il.a
Slarle Lucas, deceased. Notice to
Creditors. N'oIIpr li hornl.u r,l..n
jtliat the last will and testament ot
rieroe Mane Lucas, late of the city
ceased, has been admitted to pro-
uuie oy me auove court and letters
testamentary granted to 'tho under
signed, Emma Josephine Lucas, the
executrix named In the said will.
All creditors of the deceased or of
us estate are nereny notified to pre
sent their claims, duly authenticat
ed; and with the proper vouchers. It
i.ny exist, leven thomrh thn in
claims may be secured Jby mortgage
uuuu rui estate, to Holmes, Stanley
& Olson. nttornevn tnr ni.i l.-n......
Josephine Lucas, executrix, at their
Office at No. RAH K'nnlmmnn.. .!.. "
..uuu.uiu,- wiinin six 16) months
from the date hereof (which, Is tha
date of the nrst iinl.llrntl.,., i ti..
iltlABlB .iiai s Ak
notice); otherwise such claims, tr
uiij, sunn ue torever barred.
And all nersons InHnhtA.i n ua
said, estate are hereby notified to.
make payment tn thi, i,i uw..
Stanlev & niunn nt th9 i...' .
Dated at Honolulu v n n. L
bcr 22, 1909.' '
ESIMA JOSEPHINE LUCAS,
4498 Dnc. 22, 29, Jan. G, 12, 19 ' .
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