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EVENINQ. BULLETIN, HONOLULli. ,T. H., MONDAYrAPft. 17, 1911.
Sr.urioN 1. All revenues, derived from time to lime .from
the coljectiqn of tho nchool tiix .levied itndgr llio provisions of
Section 1200 of tlio Revised Laws of Ilnwaii, stmll Ihj deemed
to Im- mid aro hereby npiroir!atcl for llic payment of tlio sal
aries of teachers, supervisors and principals us determined by
Hit? salary schedule, nnd for tho'support mid maintenance o tlio
public schools within tlio county or city nnd county whore such
tuxes hip collected for. tlio objects nnd in llic uinnuer desigmit
eil in the teliool budget nppioved by tlio Legislature, which nro
herebv iniido the lirpt charge mjioii sueli, revenues.
1 . . ' !J
Surrjox .'. Out of tlio revenues; derived from time to timo
from the lavs on real property nnd personal proorly, there
shall bo deemed to be mid is hereby npproprinted, such mi
tiinoiiut us shall be necessary to provide suliicioiit ndditinn.il
funds to meet the rcqiiiicuientK of the aggregate of the salaries
of teachers, supervisors and principals ns (i.ed by said a-hedulo
and of said, school budget, which are hereby "made the first
charge upon tjuch revenues, In order to determine the amounts
to bo added under this Section, the Superintendent of Public
Instruction .shall notify tlio Treasurer, in writing, not later
than September, 1 iu each year, of the totnl number of teacher,
supervisors mid principals engaged for the ensuing year and tlio
aggregate of tho salaries to Ik? pnid them under the salary
StCTiox 0. The .Treasurer of the Territory shall, from
timo to time as may bo necessary, pay over to the Treasurer of
the several counties, and the Treasurer of the City and CViinly
tut several counties, and tlio Treasurer of the City and ('oiuil
of Honolulu, as the cumi may be, tho aniountssipproved. by tl
.legislature for tho items of Ui6 '"Special Fund" of the bmlg
' for "AW Uuildings (school houses, cottage and outbuil
nigs)" mid for "Jtepiiint 'and tiiaititcnance of Inlilllings and
grounds and new grounds." Such amounts' shall constitute
and be held as special funds in the treasuries of the said several
counties nnd the City nnd County of Honolulu nnd shall lie ex
pended by their respective Hoards of Supervisors only for tlio
purposes approved' by tho Legislature. JTow buildings shall bo
erected iu accordance with plans and specifications' approved by
the Department of Public Instruction, only as to size, arrange
ment, dimensions, lighting of rooms mid sanitary conveniences.
The other items constituting tbo school budget shall Ik? expend
ed from time to time on vouchers approved oy the Superinten
dent of Public Instruction.
Smjtio.v 7. Pending the preparation of the school budget,
as in this Act required and for tho next ensuing biennial period,
tho school budget shall, for all purposes, be the following:
Salary of Supcrintendeiil
Salary of Inspector of Schools'
Salaries of Ollico Foice and. General Expenses ...... '2:i,20(
& Salary of Secre'tary ,....$ 3,000
Salary of Ajssistifh'tf Clerk' lind Hook1- - .' '
keeper'. .'. ..:..'. .' ', . !J,(J00 ' ' "
Salary of '2 stenographer's,'. ...;,...'.. '-IJSOo' ' ' 'I
Salary of 1 iii'c-scn'ger . . 1. ....'. I .' . : .'.' Il,200"-""1- ""
General expenses' nml Suliimer 'Schools 'MU,M0M'' u '
I. 1 111' I. .. ' ' '..I 'l M'll.'
Traveling Expenses, Insiector
School Supplies '.
Equipment mid material
General school supplies
School books for bale
Special Salaries t j 1!),200
Matron Girls' Industrial School 2,-100
Three hoiiso mothers at $50.00 a-month !J,H00
Siipcrinleiident Hoys' Industrial School :i,(i()0
Thieo night Watchmen . . t . .i '1,1100
.., ' ' . - . ,
Maintenance Special Schools ,r9,800
I.ahainaliiiia .'...'. '. 20,00ft
Territorial Normal School , 1,801)
Hoys' Industrial 'School .' :..:.'. -25,000
Girls' Industrial School 12,000
ilicpnir and mainleuaiico of buildings and
grounds, Inlwr on repair work, material,
maintenance. and janitor service, of
Schools of Hawaii $ 10,000
" " ilaui " 18,000
, " " Oahii ..., ;I5,000
" " Knuni dO.OQO $10:1,000
Furniture and lj.turesv 1.1,127
! Total of General and Special Fund -. , , . $2."5,127
, Si.otiox- 8, iVotlijng in this Act contained shall bo so eon
; Mined ns to impair the obligation of the Territory to provide
( for tho payment of any Iwnds or tho interest thereon, or for tho
I creation of sinking funds.
Sixthly II. All other laws mid parts of laws aro hereby
amended or replaced in so far as necessary to conform herewith.
.Si.rno.wlO. This Act shall take effect on and after tho first
day of July, A. 1). 101 U t ; ,
Appioved this l.'lth day of Apiil, A. 1). 1011.
WALTER F. FEEAR,
Governor of, tho Territory of Hawuii.
it times nnil nittlmilil-
1, 1011 JUNFao! lUlii;
.. i. '
. A" ' '' .i Rim
of 'Schools' 1,500
.'. . 10,000
To Amend Si.ctio.v 1 or Act 12 or tiik Skssiox Iawm or
lOOH, lti:i.ATIXU lo PlIllMC l.OANH.
lie 1 Enackilby the Lajishlurc of the Territory of Hawaii:
Skction 1. Section 1 of Act 12 of the Session Lawsof lOOIt
is hereby amended so as to read as follows:
"Section 1. The Treasurer of the Territory is hereby auth
orized and eniKiwercd, with the approval of the; Governor; to
issue from time to lime lionds of tha.Territory of Hnwiuij with
interest coupons attached thereto, to nnntiionnt not exccttling
Seven .Million Five Hundred Thousand Jbllurs, tho principal
nnd interest to bo paid in Gold Coin of the United. States of
America, or its equivalent, at its present standard of weight
and fineness, in the manner, upon the terms, and for the pur
poses in this Act stated." n , -, . ..
Skctio.v 2. This Act shall lake effect upon, its approval.
'Approved this llth day of April,,A. D.-ltlll.' 4sSJir.i .
, l,t ! if. 1 ..I A Am n ..
WALTER F. FREAR,
1 ' , Governor of tho Territory of -Hawaii.
To Pkoi-kot axi Saikouakii tiii: Lntkiikkts or Nkwi.y'Ak
jiiV'ki) Immkiiia.vt.s Into this Ti:iiiiitorV.
lh tl Enacted by the Lqijislaturc of the Territoryof IMvati:
1 Suction 1. To-aid in preventing newly arrived immigrants
into this Territory from being misled by false and inichicvoiis
repic-entatioiis of emigrant agents seeking to withdraw such
immigrant from tho Territory, thereby discouraging tho t'f
fort.s of the Territory and, its citizens, made at great expense,
to introduce desirable population; llio hiring for employment
out of this Territory of miy immigrant coming into this Tor
litory, or tho inducing, abetting anil enticing of such iinniigranjt
to leave the Territory by any licensed emigrant, agent is hereby
forbidden for tho period of thirty days following tlio date o'f
tho arrival of such immigrant into the Territory, except 'with
the content and approval of the Hoard of Immigration, or any
legal successor in powers and duties tr;(ueli Hoard.
Sixvnox 2. It shall lie the duty of tiro Territorial Hoard, of
Immigration, or any legal successor iu powers mid duties to
""jb Ron rd, to keep an accurate record open o public inspir-,
lion, of all Immigrants subject to llio provisions ..of, this (ct, '
showing among other things the date of tliu.rriviij bf.siichim
migrant into this Territory.
Skctio.v ft. Any one violating the provisions of this Act
shall be, deemed guilty of 1; misdiuiieanor, and lifKin conviction
thull( forfeit Ins livcnsc npd ' snltject (o.a fine wjl to CM.ced.
One rhousnnd Dollars, or imprisonment for not nijjre than si,,
iiioiU-Iis, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
'Si.OTiQX.-l. This' Act shall take effect on the dale of its ap-
Apiroved this 1 1th day of April, A. 1). 1011. ,
y Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
(Continued from Poe 1)
Is nnrkliiR, Million t resiiril to his im
tloAnllty, la nliatocr lluo of worlc tlmt
ha boot! nftnlpnprl tf. tiln. li l.n lni.A
in jtlio ..,..,... Cannery. Ho must
.iiiiihij Ku ,10 worK wnciimr worK
RtartK rnrly or lhtn. Mo must not ro-
fl!8() fir "nimftttn In nnv mmiiwiP itflitilui.
pvdr. any kind of work usalKiicd to
..in i. mi muni worK on MiiiHiiiyH and
nil hollilayg. Tlio work must bo com.
plcted lioforo ho or any uno of tho par
tics of tho second part cnu lenvo, An
oxcubo ennnot bo mndo bqeuueo thoso
nRKliriirtl tn Jltinllini ll.in . ....!.
Hnfllllll fllllfnnrlln .. lain. cl...l.l I
'uiixviio no cnninKorouH nnn quit work
ffll.ln.W tn It.lu nM.an ... .. .1-1
"H J " .llio IIKM -t-iritilll. I. 1IUUUC-
jiuii in luiy i-eniB is io do mnilo inr
ood Is to bo pnnldoil for iu Bulllclcnt
qunntltlcK by tho foreman. Tho bill
,w. iuro m io ng L.iunoRO. Jvo unrciiH-
nnntlln d.mnnH f.iw fnn,t t n l.n .M.
r-- " - .". iuuu id in uu .II1II1I-.
Thoro Khali bo no discussion, what-
uvcr, biiouiu moro Do only two meals
per day: 9 A. At. and V P. At. l.'nch
Demon In tn Im nnM FmtTV tttnnn
pou.AHS wanes In advance, which
amount I. to bo handed over In full
upon tho parties or tho second part no
Inn aboard, or prior thereto nt tho on.
(Inn n ll. ..... ... ... M.. . ..'
nun ... .im iiui.jr in mo nrm part mo
bulance of tho total amount nf wskcs
Cmnllie tn Milt SOVnrill M.llna nf .....
accond part as nlmll appear after tholr
luoiiuciitii mgiiaiurcs nereto la to bo
paid as per nccount five las nftor tho
return of tho parties of tho second
part to San Fiunclsco. Those guilty
of euro lug or having In their pou.es
Rlon firearms or liquor of any kind will
bri Rilhfort tn n Onn nf cr. nA tr.nnn
shall be tlio fine for flRlitliiK.' All uu.
jiirum.-uii cases ot lawmy slinll bo ad
Jiiotod ncQonlliiK to tho rules of tho
Amnrlpnn f.nmnntiv nnrlfllitl.. tn .!.
,""'"" -'... '... j w . .ma. 1 1... .f DIIVII
5ios. All money duo to tho foreman,
fltlll --. All nflllHH.,..J n ..H A l It
nun iiiuut-j nii.niiLUii inr 1HIII inz, HIIUII
bo deducted from wanes, and uflor nil
deductions balanco of wurps will bg
paid In full. In case tlio cannery Is
deftroyi'd by flro from any cau, nnd
Ulso In chhii tbo parllcB of tbo scpnd
pirt mo nrdored In work In other can
ner by the foreman, no Increase of
pay shall bo demanded, but tho order
of tho foreman shall bo obocd.
.,!' . flil
Section fi. Sr.ld partlcn of tho bcc,
onil part shall bo Informed by said par
ty of the first part (or tholr agents) nt
least three duys beforehand of tho
timo of tho biiIIIiib of the vessel. Snld
second parties and each of thrin shall
report aboard ship at least one (1)
hour lu-foro the timo of tbo kallliiK
Should tnld second parties or nny of
them fall so tn report us Inst iiforesnld,
but shall report within said hour, ho
shall pay to Bald first parly tho sum of
J10,0. Iu tho event that said second
parties, or nny of them, fall to report
nt ull before tha said sailing, each of
said fcccond parties shall then bo llnblo
lo said party of tho first 'pftrtMn"tho
sum of J.-O.no, which shall be as liqui
dated ilaiiuiKCH, and shall bo dlVe. pay
nbla and unpaid fortliwllh, and snld
ecoml party hereby authnrlzes said
llrst party to collect tho said amount
which Is then duo or wlilcji may there
after become duo lo said party of'tho
second part from any sourio. and here
by makes assignment of sold anmunt
for salippurposo to said party of tho
llrst part, '
This Instrument Is drawn up. lo bo
proof, and no departure from those
stipulations Is to ho allowed Timo of
tho essence. V
t. ' (
"" ny. y. , .
AllTIIUIt IU7TTS, plantation over
seer from l'uunene, Is huio im u sliort
J. It. m:i.Si;n, father nf J J Ilol
scr, will leave on tho Sierra for tho
B. K. DISIIOP and V O. SMITH re
turned Saturday on tho Alnuna Kca
from business trips to Illlo,
AIH. AND MRS. C. I) IltNltl-iR,
who recently arrived from San Fran
cisco, expect to return on tho Slorra,
UKV J. W Y'AO.MA.N. of tho Moth
nilst Mission, who arrived from Ha
waii Saturday on tho Manna Kca, had
a narrow escape from death at W'al
moii In a runaway accident Ho ws
badly bruised and had to rout III bed
for several days.
Racing lioat fur sale, pilr-oar b.ilge
Cost 2M; will slII for 150 Inquire
Alurlno Itulhvuy. J'jOt-St
HIT IN ENGLAND
To tho English sportsman Sam
Uuigfonl has bceomo one of tho sov
en wonders of tho modern world, says
llio lindon correspondent of tho
Chronicle Ills (mining quarters at
Wcinhly, a llttlo suburban town .i few
miles nnithwest of Inindon, Is the
Mecca for all tho light rnns In tll.i
part ut the world Thfro Ham, wltli a
Miillo on his dark features that makes
him look as harmless as a now-born
babe, Inlls tllcin alt what ho will do
to "Mlsloli" Johnson when they meet
Hound about Atctnbljr U-mgford has
somo splendid roads for his outdoor
work. Ills training party, which is a
good sized one, including Hob Arm
strong, "I'orky" Klynn ot Iloston,
Ceorgo Ilyers nnd Professor Davis,
has taken possession of n quiet Kng
lisb Inn called tho Norfolk Arms, on
the outskirts of tho town nnd from
there n start Is made ecry morning
The Iloston fighter loies tho cards
nlnl spenils a cnuplo of hours every
day playing solltnlrc.
Just before dinner Is soned Sum
entertains tlio training cniiip and nny
early lsltorB that have dropped In to
somo of bis lagtlmo piano playing,
And how ho does light that instrument
to a' finish' Ho can make It talk In
scleral different languages, ho snys.
As a matter of fact ho Is a really
cleicr ploycr. but when bo Is at tho
piano ho seems to Imagine Hint ho Is
In tbo ring and Is Intent upon making
every blow n knockout Tho whole
building shakes ns ho rains blows
upon tho dofcnsoless keyboard.
Then Sam breaks Into song. To bo
sure, tho operatic stago hasn't lost
anything In Intngford, but bo Is not
afraid to let bis volco go, and his
thumping piano serves to drown,
many of tho defects of his voice.
American Pie for I.augfonl.
At 1 o'clock dinner is announced.
Oh, my, what n dinner! No llngllsh
fare for Smu and his party." Airs.
Sampson, the wlfo of tlio proprietor
of (ho little Inn, has learned to cook
pies and buckwheat cakes nnd corn
bread, and many other tilings cal
culated to tickle the stomach nnd
gladden the heart of all exiled Amer
ican. I don't believe Sam would stay
a ihlnutQ in this country If he couldn't
have bis American food.
An hour Inter tho men sto In tho
gymnasium. Sam throws tlio mcdl
clno ball wltfi Dyers nnd Armstrong.
Th(m ho Indulges In shadow boxing
and exercises of tho nrinn nnd laxly,
followed by rope skipping. Finally
Sam dons the gloves nnd I rouble
begins. Armstrong Is tbo llrst to get
his dose. Tho latter towers aboio
the' "Iloston Tar Ilnby" ns tho Klllcl
tower soirs above IMrls. Ilut thoro
Is no ilnujiug this lit (to giant killer.
He1 hooks and swings nnd (ipiiercuts
nnd Jabs and "loops tho loop," and
Armstrong grunts and grimaces as
theVblows como homo to roost. Aftci
n round with Armstrong, Sam takes
on Ilyers, who Is shorter nnd faster.
Hilt, speedy ns bo Is, Snin makes him
lmstlo nil tho way, and has him per
spiring nnd breathing hard nt tho
finish. Whllo Ilyers nnd Armstrong
reft and talk It oor, I'rofcssor Davis,
nn Knglish mitt pusher with tlio clev
erness of "Kid" AlcCoy, tries to keep
tho black out of rungo through three
minutes of boxing, Sam ropeuts. this
progrumnio twice, and (lieu, as u
wnd-up, tnkes on n collide of the fast
lightweights In tin! camp for ouo
Popular llllli Diiglhh Sports.
The day's work completed. Ham
gets u good rub down, followed by
n cup of tea and somo biscuits. All
tho while bo Is being watched by a
crowd of Kngllsh sports. Titles aro
wcH sprinkled around tro gymnUslum
nnd Ham Iihh become quite chummy
with tho holders of many of the
proudest n.imos In (Ircnt Itrltaln.
They clasp his great right paw and
slap him familiarly on his shining
back, If Iho old system still pre
vailed In Kngland whereby somo
nnblo lord took u lighter under his
patronage, paid his expenses and'
backed him in his matches, this llt
tlo "chocolate drop" from Iloston,
V. '8. A., would bo Inundated with
One of the visitors Is Kngcno Corrl,
tho famous i:ugllsh referee, who of
ficiated In tho match between Iaing
ford nnd Ijing. A few yenrs ago tho
Idea of n rcfereo visiting tlio train
ing camp of a tighter would hnvo rats
ed1 a storm of protost in Knglnnd.
Ho was not expected to soe tho men
beforn thny stepped ImVi tho ring.
It 'Was rather foolishly folt by thoso
In control of boxing that If It wore
known that u roforco paid a visit to
thd lighters, a general suspicion of
crookedness would nrlso.
ltovolallo.ii o Ilrltl.
Another visitor Mho duy I was nt
the camp was Jimmy Ilrltt himself.
Ife'snt next to me In a cornor of tho
gymnnslum. Wo tnlked ubout Ijing.
ford and this Is what tho e-llght-weight
champion thinks nf hjin:
"Ijingford has boon n revelation to
mo In tho Inst month I biiw him light
sovernl times before, hut I noior
sized him up as tho marvel I now
belldvo him to bp in my opinion,
h,eWs one of the most wonderful box
ers Hint eer ll im! Take his match
Willi Ling I watehml hllu closely
In that short light Lingford did ev
erything that u flghtcr can do used
ovory kind of a bloiV known to tho
(Continued from Page 1)
fill manner. Willi the sumo razor
that he used In killing tho woman,
KnulRiinkil then cut his nnn throat,
dying by Hie side of the woman.
According In thoso who claim tn
know the facts of tho murder, Jen
Ioiihj wiib the cause nf Iho trouble
Cnplnlii llakcr who visited llio
plnco this morning shortly nftor the
message was received at llio police
station slated that he found tbo wo
man liltig on the floor of tho room,
utmost ( ul .In pieces At Hint time
Knulnn iku was holering between
life an I ilen'li Ho had Bhishe I
himself wuli the razor ami was Just
gasping when the imllce got there As
soon im iho wagon arrived he wan
conicied tn tho Queen's l"'dtnl.
whero ha died soon nftcrwnrds.
ITirjr tills morning, joung Haiinpl,
wb'i was pissing olnng the street,
saw Kuulnnak'i Icanlnir nut Iho win
dow, apparently looking for somo one
lo come tn bis aid. llnnnpi rushed
back to bis house and informed his
people The neighbors came broke
open tho door and on entering the
room, they saw Iho woman lying on
the floor dead Tho body of Iho wo
man was taken down tho morgue
where Deputj Shcrlit lloso and Police
Surgeon llmersou conducted a post
SENDS HIS FAREWELL
MESSAGES TO FAMILY
"Dcnr Folks I nm going to kill
mi self, as after all thebc ears suf
fering' I nm tired, wenk and despon
dent and I am going tn find a place
to rest which I will be better off; no
doubt nnd nut of mlRcry nnd Buffer
ing I forglvo nil and hojio tho same
"Forglvo ino for this act; but t pray
It's for the better."
"Dear Iolkn- My last words nro
that I am tired of life oicr sickness
Hint I nm going to end nil; so good
! e forever. I hope J oil nro both well
and don't worrj over'mo. I nm better
Tho nboio two letters were wrlltcn
by Chns A lliishncll, who committed
suicide this miflnliig shooting himself
with n pistol und dying )nstaiVli.
This tragedy occnrjcd this morulas:
ut Ills homo on Spsnccr Streot. No
ono heard (he reports of tho shoot
log; but by accident some ono went
there nttcrwards and found that he
was dead. Tho mntter was reported
Iliuhnell has been working recently
for the Itapld Transit Comnuny, us n
conductor. Ho was well liked ly bis
According to tbo police lliishncll
has been i victim f consumption for
sOmo lime. Tho' deceased hlniRolf lib
been n victim of consumption for
somo time. Tho doccaiod himself
has not been well of late, and on many
occasions, be expressed hls.ilcslro lo
take a "long Journey'' nllhr.nl,
lloshuoll leaves u family to mourn
bis loss. Ono of bis Mothers Is In
Iho employ of Iho Mctinpolltun Meat
Companv, a well known enthusiastic
baseball player. Tho funeral of tbo
deceased will be held, it Is said, some
timo tomorrow Tlio timo Is not yet
In excuso for tho rnsli act
tho deceased uroto a number of short
loiters, which nro self explanatory
They aro now In tho poscsslon of tho
police. In ono of tho letters, ho ask
ed his peoplo to return tho conduc
tor's cap to the manager nf the Ho
nolulu Itapld Transit Company, whero
ho was omplnjcd Ono other Idler
directs Hint bis suits und walch be
given lo his brother Georgo. All nt
tho letters go to show concluslvel
that ho had Intended tn-taku his life,
thus beginning his "long Journey"
ho had spoken nboiii for some time.
tmdoii Iu tn hain n ball
whero-8000 can dnnco.
Smnll brains nro rcsionslblo for
many swelled heads.
.. ... ',, , y .. t. 6 ... .5 i !. .J j w
game, mndo uso of rlngcrnft and head
work, and ho did It ull absolutely
according In 'tho books." As n fight
er he was perfect, flawless. Ho Is u
wonderful man, and when I glvo it
to a negro you can make up your
mind that lie deserves It. If they
over meet ho will glvo Johnson tho
right of Ills life Ml ml ou, 1 don't
say he will lick Johnson, If I wero
a bolting man I would hnvo to have
two wagers on tho fight ono that It
wouldn't go twenty rounds nnd tbo
other Hint Johnson would win, And I
am not at nil Hiiro that I would cash
In tho Inst If I won tbo llrst. Ijiug
ford basn harder, moro dangerous
blow with cither hand than Johnson;
but, ot course, tho odds of height,
reach and weight poBscscd by tho
Intter would bo enormous. In my
opinion I-angford Is absolutely sin
ce ro In his desire In meet tho bigger
man. It would be u grund light."
I.umrforil After Johnsim.
Hero Is what laingford himself snld
to mo about a light with Johnson:
"It's ull a question of monoy, boy.
I'll fight him any plnco on enrth If a
big enough purse Is offered. Thero's
n lot of talk about holding tho fight
here, but up to this inlnuto I haven't
seen uny evidence Hint there Ib
enough money In England for' the pur
pose 1 think If wo light It will bo In
Iho United Stutcs.
"Just a moment, boy. When you urn
comparing my light with Ijmg and
"Mlstnh" Johnson's light with the
same Individual lomembor what I
tell you. I'd hnvo finished the 'cham
pion nf Australia' In the second
inuud If the glnos hadn't boon stuff
ed with rnbblt's fur. Homo ono
wanted to make a lea party nut of
thut match Instead of u light."
A now case nf cholera wns found
yesterday, making the fourth slne tho
reappearance of tho disease In Hono
lulu, the Victim being Kninabn, n load
laborer living in the Kup.ilnmu ills- .
trlct. Ilo was removed to tho Knllhl
quarantine hospital Saturday after
noon ns n suspect and succumbed to
tho disease yeslordii morning
. Considerable difficulty lias boon en
countered by Dr.. Currle in tracing
down tlio ciisos because nf tho decep
tion nnd ntloiupls to mislead prac
ticed by thoso llawalhins having a
knowledge nf tlio enses
As stilted In the lliillclln H.ilur
d.ij, Dr Currle, tho Federal bacter
iologist, bus gathered n muss of cir
cumstantial evidence pointing tn pol
ns the source of Infection nnd Ills
memorandum on the now epidemic,
rend at Saturday nfternoon's meeting
of the Hoard of Health wni as fol
lows "In the present outbreak, Nn I
was taken In u shack nrar tho lloenl
of Health building lie bought pol
from 1.00 I long Kee, South street
Tills shop got Its taro supply finm
(in Kon In .Manoa The person who
was sick on Friday night on llmmue
street got pol from a llon'tnnl.i ave
nue shop, tho Kong lliuig Wn shop,
which furnished pol for tbo ensoa I,
-', .1, 4 and In Hie llrst nmhi !-, llio
tarn coming from .Manna. Tho third
ease In tho present outbreak bought
his pol up to about eleven days ngont
Alolliill. lately ho bought from tne
factory In Knllhl, but ho was a guard
for tho Hoard ot Health and it Is stat
ed that ho went In tn lomllir.nl uiso
No 2, nml caught the sickness, nnd
Is therefore only n contact cue Tho
numbers omitted In tho nboie (lacing
nro contacts of other ruses und did
not ncceSsnrly partake of put The
last suspect nn King street got his pol
from n friend nn King street' Tho
friend snld he got It in Killhl, but
this case has not jet been trace t out.
Cnso No, 7 has not been Imoitlg.itod
Can Handle Slluiitloii.
There Is plenty or locnl ability lo
handle Hie health situation. In llio
opinion of Dr Currle, without ca'llug
on tho t'nlted Stntos authorities to
take formal charge In (Ills connec
tion be states:
"If tho present epidemic reaches u
stngo wlicro tho presence of nur scr
vlco In control would bo necessary,
we would step in. In Just tha samo
way as we did In Ban Francisco nur
Governor would cable Hie President,
who might either detail, tho public
health nnd marine hospital sorilco to
step In and take control of the aitn-
atlou nr ho might detail the army to
do the cleaning There Is nn deter
mining that. I'm prclty sure you
would hnvo to furnish onr own
"We would 'bo nomlmiliy under tho
direction of tlio local Hoard of
Health, but In reality wo would cn
opcrato with It, confining nur alten
llon to Jiist tho subject uf tho epi
demic ami doing nothing tlso except
work upon that.
"Federal control would nieicly
mean tlio guaraiilio nf the elllclency
of the man ut the head It would not
take over tho regular work r the
Hoard of Health, and that Hoard
would bnio to meet our expenses and
would depend nn tho Territorial l.eg- .
Islaturo In Just the same way for its
oxlstcnco und subsistence as It doc-i
"On the other hand. If wo had n
very bad outbreak nf dlscuso hero. It
Is possible that tho uiiiiy would cloi.li
up tho place for llic. protection of It
self It would not (dean up Hie other
Islands, nnd It is doubtful If It would
permanently keep control or tho local
situation, stopping nut morel tn let '
the disused Hoard resumo duties inn
shlerably backset by tho hlatua. ""
"I think Iho community should hold
on lo the situation as long ns It ran.
There is enough Intelligence In It,
barring a cortnln clement among tlio
HawallaiiH, with their" Ignorance, to '
bo ubio tn rim things ns they should
bo inn" "
At tho Oahii penitentiary yesterday
forenoon mi unusually Intiri sting ner
vice was held III commemoration of
Kaster Day Tim Inmates wire groatb
hehofltcil by thoso who Hint there tn
rhctr them up with good songs anil
Tho servlri'H wire held under the u
pei vision of Frank, Cooke, assisted by
John M Martin
Mrs O C Kwiiln helped nmko Hi"
service Interesting by her singing; Mrs I
T F Sedgwick nUo rendered n sclec- t
Hon which wop the applause of the uu-
dloncc; Mrs Graham adilrososil Iho nu
illonco In her usual Interesting manner,
whllo Mr. Ornhnm gnio o short talk.
Attn-, 'tin) son loo tho Inmaliw wi r
given nn Kaster D.iv dinner, which was
furnished bj High Sheriff Henry
Mary Wlnkelman on the Coast. t'
The American barkentliio Alary
Wlnkelman which brought a'full ship
ment of liimtiei and piling 'for Pesrl
Harbor has ar tiled at tho Sound aft
er a twenty tour day vojngo rrom
Tho Alnlsou Navigation steamer
RntcrprUe with n lurgo general car
go lor the Inland nf Hawaii, Is report
ed us having sailed from San Fran
cisco on last Saturday t '
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA
It Is suggested Hint eczema suffer
ers iisl; Honolulu Drug Co. of this city
lihaf report thoj- nro gelling from
the patients who have used tho oil of
wlutergreen liquid compound, D. D.
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