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EVENING, BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 1911.
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Retiring President of Board of
Health Makes Full
II A. Mott-Hinllh, retiring president
of tlio Himrd of Health, placed the key
... n t B. . nMl, l.n tU ImAH ll I 111 I lf
d..,l.. the l,t 1.0 .lii tHi,ltlo
when he laid hln annual rcjxirt beforo
the Governor yesterday, tile has cover- Rsspontlbillty of Plantations,
ed the whole ground thoroughly nnd iasj ' The, problem of better nanltntlon
left no doubt us to what lie inennn, for ret.t with tlio people and the health
he has called n spude n npado In a ery . officer, while under Mie Kpeclnl coim.1I
pronounced manner. , lloiuMretiiIciit In the Territory n pc-
t 'Criticism founded on lack of knowl-Jcullar responsibility rests on the Hugiir
edge or arising out of purely personal .plantations. tho plantations employ
contact or bated on rumor," lie holds
h the most ifcstruLtlvo thing to honest
effort. Throughout the report he also!
Khows the gnatcst contempt for what
he calls the 'back-yard sanitarian" It
Is a comprehensive document that
yhould give the new president much
food for reflection and should nlso bo
of great assistance to him
Upeuklng of the danger to llnunll
from passengers of the Immigrant
classes, the report sns: "Add to In
duced Immigration the ordinary steer
age trattlc between Hawaii and Iho
Orient, and the Impending opening of
the Panama Canal, and there Is pre
sented to the health authorities and
poeple of Hawaii n problem of great
e oncer n. Quarantine ofllcer can pot
possibly detect every carrier of UlMease
who steps down the gangplank an ap
parently and. In fact, phylcally healthy
person Attention should be deotcd
therefore to Internal conditions. Ila
i wall's house should be made clean Xo
conditions should bei allowed to exist
which would predispose the spread of
the contagious and communicable dis
eases once Introduced.
Attitude ef the Public.
'Considerable work Imtf been dono
durlhg this year along the lino Indi
cated nboe Appropriations and pow
er have been, however. Inadequate,
while public Interest nnd cooperation
In health matters have been slow ! mora
than that, oftentimes actually antago.'1" "' IlnUUIons of Kauai, us also on
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hlullfi Tlin liiAia uanina ti tifasiiill trrtf
IllfslV j im siavs cviim r f'iviss i
Kenerally Mint the
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Health are Intended for the bencflt'ofr
the Individual whose neighbor nnnojs work, tho Millie nt which lh-s In Its use
him with n rubbish pile, a near-by ,'i'l operation over the entire Territory
privy, or unsightly chicken house. It '""I " uniformity throughout a, tne
Is wife to'sny that fevv.-lf any, actions plantations, tho board has not pnly
have beeo brought during the present tm"" n active Interest prevailing
enr by Individuals under the common nmong plantation managers, but nctlvo
nuisance law, the only proper means of PJirtlclpnthiil j
redresS'fdrafnteicVoTTirrvato mil- No"6ympat'n"y"f'or' Causa,
sances. Recourse Is usually made to. Dealing with sanitation matters, the
the health orilccrs, nnd resentment report later lays down that "When fn
ngnlnst them If they nro powerless to sanitary conditions are a menace to the
nit. This kfnd ot Interest In sanlta- public there should bu hut llttlo sym
tlon, which can not teo over Its back- party for, tho liinilloid or tetlant by
)nrd fence, Is nbsolutely useless, and, whose net and neglect the danger Is
from'n clvlCstnndpofat, dtsheactenlng created" And ngaln Inter, "There Is n
A bnck-yard sanitarian can lisiuilly be growing renllzatI6n In the community
deteced by his Inordinate desire to get that tho public, In Its Interest of self
something for nothing. I protection, has the undoubted right to
Broadsr Viewpoint. Inert Itself In n matter of this sort nnd
'Pome few have taken up the prob- to demand action, drastic nctlon If
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AW2jtr'. The .
Inn of better sanitation mid liiMlltli con-
illtluii!) from ii broader n ml inoro pub-
He Muhdpoliit. TIichu lmi! upprccluted
Unit iho trivial niinojiincca St tlio buck
nru nro uui smuii iiems in mo larger win ne ovtruorne uy mc nxm or mo
problem, l'rupir driilmiKC, ulr space public to Kelf-protectlon."
and Nontllatlon of buildings, drnlunKO World-Wld. Fmt. i
and KradliiK of low and liisnnltury Speaking of tlio work done In eon
building lotx, teiuinciit building and ncctlon with tbc leproiy cokok, tlio re
crowded nuurtcrii, moist and wetlands, port utatch that tirj iffort It being
nronpr dlltmixnl of .u.rniM.. mire wri.
ter, pure food, proper dlaposul of rub
bl.h and .HirhHBo-the.e, aro tome of
the things that should occupy civic ut-
tuition With these accomplished or
in the process of nccomp.lshmen.
minur nm-wnii-s win oinomiiucuiiy ue
l'P..-od of. It not in whole, nt lt In
laborers who urn for thu most part
housed In plantation camps nnd houses.
If there Is any dlseuse In Hawaii, It
can generally be found "In either or
both of the following center tho poor
er quarters of the city or of the town,
or In tho pi intntlon camps Plantation
enmps usually contain n class of labor
who kndw nothing and tnre less about
proper sanitation and cleanliness. For
merly hut little attention was paid to
their sanitary condition or surround
ings. CnnipM weru built with n num
ber hf small buildings or Ji series, of
narracK iiuuuings wiinin a small space.
Privies, shacks, lean-tos and the like
were nlfowed to accumulate. Pigs,
ducks, chickens hnd horses were tobe
found In the midst of the 'dwellings.
Little or no adetiuato provision was
made for tho disposal of Waste water
and sewerage, riubblsh, tilth and ref
use were generally to be Men on oery
Chang for Bstttr. '
"Within tho past four or fle jenrs,
and particularly within the Inst two
years, manj of theso undesirable' con
dltlons have chunged The sjsteni of
pl intntlon snnltntlon wns begun on tho
lfainaliua coast of Hawaii about eight
een months ago It has now been ex
tended to all tho plantations on Maul
except Klitihulu and Kaeluku, to which
places It will shortly bn extended It
If. being ext tided to Kohala, Kona
Kati and Pun i districts, dp Hawaii, nnd
ZZ mm! After .Wcr.b.ag the .stem In brief, " A -rltorlal
Hoard ot ho snjs further: , , Uensntlonnl divorce, was n departing
' In. Instituting nnd carrying on this
Suit Tlie riimBvte
necessary, The Ulna Is coming,
mill hIiuuM tonic, when tho tccliiiliiill
tic of rlulit of injujnicnt of propert),
duo proctKH of taw, anil pcrxomil liberty.
'""'Ic lo nileMUlei " UHlltlctl nlul HO
cure n. remedy,
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ja 7 ". -d pS
t0 tlc rtort of Dr. Donald II. CurrU.
director In thyrw of the iWrnAp.
iwi Hir-niiiiii.iwi """ win-
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ly claiming world-wide attention"
Knocks the Knacktrs.
In Mulshing off his report, the presl
.1a. t ,..M "At, 1 ,n I.tl.t.lt In ..IIk.
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ipffe.1 to stntn thm rriit,!.,,. f,,n,i. ,i n '
lack of knowlclgo or arising out of
purely personal contnet or his. don ru-
mor Is the most .lestructUo In honest
effort: while on the other hand, faith
In the honesty nnd iffort of those In
charge 'of health matti rs, hard as It
may be to maintain under personal ng
gratntlon, Ir. constructive nnd useful
and of tasting benefit to the people In
ilhlilually nnd.coHectltily In the1 cause
of health and sanitation"
Tho dentil of Francisco Denlz, which
occurred last Friday, takes from theso
Islands one of the many well-knowti
Portuguese who hno done more than
their sharo toward hulldlilg up the
Territory to what It Is.
Mr. Denlz was born In Kimlgnl In
1852, nnd nt the nge of thirty concluded
to throw his fortune with the Hawai
ian Islands, ami upon arriving here set
tled on Hnwnll, taking up eniploj incut
with the Kohala plantation. Helng of
n thrifty nature he soon wns nble to
purchase lands In that locality nnd
started In business for himself. In the
end accumulating n good-slied fortune.
Among the relnthes of the deceased
nro Mrs. I". Denlz; John, Francisco,
Ilenjamln nnd Louts Denlz, sons; Jtnry
nnd Constance Denlz, daughters.
Henr) Clnrk. who about a year ago
llgured In a police court-scandal which
Involved his making restitution of n
certain sum of money, nnd who after
passenger In the Matson Navigation
liner Wllhelmlna Oils morning. t
It Is understood that Clark will at
tempt to curve out n future on the
mainland, It will bo remembered that
In nn application for divorce from
Clnrk, the widow of the lata August
Dreler claimed that Clark refused to
orkraud Mated that ho. married, her
simply for her money. A few bosom
friends pf the erstwhile Hawaiian Ileal)
IlummePwere nn hand to bid him bet
ter luck In greener fields.
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(Centlnutd from Paga 1)
Utnblen $1,024 r0, fifth dlBtrlct Blnlilo
$410 GO, sundries, l GUS.ll, einert? n
fund 1 1.192 26.
"nsldcrablo ninoiiht f buslnc-m .it
7.. lXrom Iho In-
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s,ll I -li l3VII ( Ml l nv- IIIIVI-I-1I
and Stcuin Navigation Coinjiniij ro
gnrdlng certain repairs to n Ktiirm
sower noiir tlio Intcr-Islainl cnl
wharf, to their town city anil coutt)
attorney for opinion.
Tc niiiiottnced Hint no new work
mmU ',0 nttetnptoil on c t Rlreeln
for "10 mo.n."! "f AtiBimt ilosplto tlio
I'rotcta which have been rasculiiu
"" "' Aiayors omco ironi iraio an'
long suffcrliiK taxpayers. Tliej lieird
In vain an nppe.il from Bniicivliiiir
.Murray that a reconsideration of tho
hew building ordlnanco bo made In
oidcr that sonic mollification might
follow In coitiln provisions whl-li
hnvo to do with compctlliiR bulliliu
owners to fit their utriictuios with
flrepiuof shutters mnilo solely of mo
tnl. Uinl Young Ceimpnti) were' In
tho field to furnish a wooden sliuller
rovciPd wljli tin, which ns tlio out;
In nice stands Is prohibited.
They wore ninttscd nt tho verbal,
tilting of lances between Chili mini
I.ou who sat on tlio mn j orally raised
dins, am! Supervisor Murrii)
"You talk loo much " sn.i ioi Low,
"and It's nil hot nlr."
"Sit down nnd bo rtoiI," mlvUcil
Arnold, turning to Murray.
"What's It In cut. Hint nu shoiiM
nttetnpt to leach mo nniincrs." lis
eiilred Murray with rising teuSor.i-
' I m entitled to spfrik, nnd ou cm
hot shut mc off," insisted Murin
"You'll get all consideration duo
mi) gentleman," was tho parting shot
Tlio nlr had become bd r'largel
Hint Secretary HlVPiiburiJi nw.ilte-d
tho lost exiiloslon before, nlti'liiptlit
to relight his Li Kubigerlo I'erfeeto
so gcnoitiiisly supplied b) tlio Majoi,
The board learned through Cite
and County Attorney John Oitlieiit
thut there would soon hi u "lump
coming'' of his cmptnvccii. Deputies
Mllvcrton and Urovvn wro expictel
back on Saturday. Hiir i.iko uoiill
return nt later date.
Thcj , hearkened tli another appeal
coming from O. P. Soaros, ropres.'m
Ing tho Aiiwiiollimt Impruvnntvt
r...tl. nullt... Hull n fi.u , I v I. il iin.,
Lo t,cnt Into tbir, district and remove)
the giiivvth or'wiie'iIa;fiiinil,ultiiH ,ni
9CICUIH. llBjllJI LIF IIIU iw.ll ei,llllllll-
They granted n two vvcijks' Vaca-i
tlon to N. P. Jncobsou, who Is an eiu
plojeo with the i;.lrba.'o itep.irliiietil.
They learned throuch V (r (lanlt
lliat the JKno uMiioblle5"CifilunJvl
was In the mirke( wllfi n ear hiiltablp
for uso In the local flro dep.irtnu ntj
puu eiiae me coiieoill wuuiu uieuMr
enter the lists as u bidder foi muni
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Federal gbvernint'iit soifices that Uiiri
tie Sam had a lock crusher that was
briinil'new hut which wliiIiI bo plac
ed on thcpiinrkct to the highest bid
der. Thoi city may attend fin 'salo
In an Interested e.i.:ic lt.
They granted penult In II. H.
Drown to vend milk provide,! tint ho
compiled wllh existing liwa ipgiril
They were much lnt(rotei In a
coininimlc itlon teielved fioin Charles
Merrill, who surprised thu b mnl by
the Information that Icod fish weie'
oMiily sold from a giddy painted wa;
on on Maklkl slrcpts. Tho snln of
fish in this maimer Is understiHiil pro
lilhlteil by territorial as well us muni
cipal ordinances and tho tip wax piss
ed on to the pullco rommltteo. It's
up to Murray ns clulrnnn to round
up tho fish peddler.
ucforo adjourning to next Mnn lav
evening the city fathers approved of
the bond Hied by Hon! Overseer Tra
vis of l;va district.
Tho memliLrs indulged In nearly
one hour of nniluated discussion mcfr
Iho proKsed widening of Hold Btreet.l
A meeting of tho heallli ami snhl-!
tatlon commitlen has been called for
Thursday, at which time tho now
Hcieeu ordlnanco will eomo up for1
discussion, In that It applies to tho
protection of foods other than fUh
PRESIDENT WILL HELP
OUT BOARD OF HEALTH
The reading of' Prcsldont Mott
Smlth'a annual tnnrt nnd bis list
words to tho muiibTS of tho board
of health wns pradlrally all that wns
done nt tho ineetlni; of the board of
During tho day the presl lent was
presented with a fine loving cup by
tho members of tlio staff. "It ti;ok
ino bj surprise," ho said, "and Rfinl
(i lump Into my lluoit, It mado Jack
McVeigh feel Jiad lo glvo It lo me
.Miii inauo mo leei worse
'Sm-aklng to tne members of tlio
board Mott-Smllh said that tho rca
sou ho wns resigning was that thero
was too much work to do In bolh
departments, and ho did not feel justi
fied in drawing tho two snnrles and
fooling that ho cnuhl not caver tho
work. As Secrotnrv of tho Tcrrltorj
lie would lie a freo Hnco nnd would
bo nblo to help them In many llttlo
wavs. in this connection no nmiron
them that ho would do whit cvor lie
could for them
I to U making nil his arrangomontE
ro that oieo thing would be toady for
Iho new man.
Tho Club Slalili'B, Lid, which is tho
plaintiff In the suit against II. I lor-
I don, with It, McWajnu. us guiilsliei,
In connection with boiiio transactions
over horses, lllul a petition jesterday
'asking for u Jury trial,
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f (.j r Mti r.u 'iJder jjrrLm.u: - .
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