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1AIX,Y PACIFIC COMMEKCIAL, ADVERTISER, JUNE 8, 1893.
BYAUTHOEITY TEHDEE3 TOR PAIAI. Orric or toe Eoakd or Heaitii, Ucsolclv, Jane 7, 1S33.J Tenders for Fnpp!jing the Leper Set tlement, Kalawa-j and Kalaapapi, Molo kai with PAIAI in quantities ordered by the Superintendent, to average from 500 to lfiOQ bundles per week, will be receiv ed at this office until 12 o'clock noon, July 12, 1S33. The PAIAI to te d;Iivere I at the K laapapa landing, to weigh twenty-one (21) potindi net, properly wrapped in ki leaves, and to be delivered once a week for a period of two (2) years from tte 20th day of August, 1S93. The contractor most n!e a bond ith approved euretiea in the sum of not less than $IGC0 conditioned for the laltln'a! performance of the contract. Ail bids ehould be marked '-Tea-it-r it-r Faiai." The B-iard does not bind i:a-!f to accept the lowest or any bid. P.y trder cf the Board of Health. WILLI Ail O. SMI: II, 3401-3C HS3 2t President. TENDIE3 FOR BEEF CATTLE. Office op tiis Board of Health, ) UvKuLVLV, Jane 7, 1503. f Tenders ;1I be received at tliis office until WEDNKSDAY, June 28, at 12 o'clock noon, for ttcpilyin tbe Leper Settlement on Molokai with (1) GOOD I; KEF CATTLE, to weigh not less than S-'jQ lba. when dressed, and i2) FAT BEEF CATTLE to be delivered at the Leper Settlement in good condition at an average of 9J heads per month, more or less, for the period of six (C) months from July lt to December 3lst, 1S93. The tender for FAT BEEF CATTLE must be for the price per pound dressed, that for GOOD BEEF CATTLE per head. Hides and tallow to be the pro perty of the Board. Bida should be marked "Tender for Supplying the Leper Settlement wiih Beef." The Board will elect which ren tier to accept, and does not bind itself to accept the-lowest or any bid. By order of the Board cf Health. WILLIAM O. SMITH, 340l-3t 143 J 36 President. TENDERS TOR SUPPLIES. Orncs of the Board of Health, Hoxolcltj, J une 7, 1 S93 ) Sealed Tenders will be received at this office until noon WEDNESDAY, June 14, 1803, for supplying the B jard with the fol lowing articles for the use at the Leper Settlement, Molokai, from July 1st to De cember31st, 1S93. Bids may be made for all or any of the articles, to be delivered as ordered by Agents of the Board, f. o. b. island steamers. All bids must be plainly endorsed "Tt n- IilTILDISO MATERIAL. der for 3!oIokai Leper Settlement Supplies." Rough North weat Lumber, npt 33 11 feet, per M. Tongued and Grooved, Northwest, np to 20 M feet, per M. Redwood Shingles, up to 160 M, per M. Redwood Surfaced, up to 3 M feet, per M. Redwood Battens, s'x3, up to 400 feet, per foot. Kedwocd Fence Posts, up to 2 31, eai.-l.. Voors, 2x6xG, 1, each. SssbeJ, 10x12 and 10x14, per pair. Irn Cut Nails, np to 50 keg (10-1 ha-is), per keg. Hubback's lioi'ed Oil, up to lo0 gallons, per gallon. Turpentine, up to 50 gallons, per gallon. White Lead, Hubbuck's, np to 3 31 pounds, per pound. Cement, up to 100 barrels, per barrel. Lime, up to 1C0 barrel.?, per barrel. Galvanized Iron Pipe, , ?X and 1 inch, per foot. Galvanized Iron Roofing, per pound. Washers and Screws for same, per pound. PE0VI3X0X3 AND SUPPLIES. Rice No. 1, up to 400 sacks. Medium Bread (good quality samples to be furnished), up to COO cases. Eest quality Ficur, sacks, up to 800 sacks. Sugar No. 1, raw, up to 140 bags. Salmon, best red, up to 90 barrels. Erown Soap. 2 pound bars, up to 200 boxes (If 0 pound boxes), per box. Matches, card, up to 250 gross, per gross. Salt, coarse, up to 250 bags, per ton. Kerosene Oil, up to 200 cases, per case. Coal, per ton. Also, tender for supplying the Board of Health for the same period named above, with the following artie'es, to be deliverd at the Board of Health Stables, rear corner of South and Queen streets : Baled Hay, up to 100 bale3. Bran, up to 100 bags. Oats, up to 100 bags. The tender must be for weight deliver ed at the stables. The Board of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid. By order of the Board of Health. WILLIAM O. S3IITH, 3i01-3t 14S3 2t President. ExEcrnvB Building, ) Honolulu, June 5, 1S93.J Notice is hereby given that his Excel lency WILLIAM O. S 31 ITU has been appointed a Commissioner of Crown Lands of the Hawaiian Islands, vice Mr. Theo. C. Porter, resigned. The Board now consists of J. A. King, William O. Smith and C. P. Iaukea. 34C0 3t 14S3-U Wanted. PLAIN SEWING BY Mrs. W. E. J- Hernck, 3 doors below Fort Street School. - 3363-1 m B'OAKD OF HEALTH REPORT OF IKSPECIOR DAVID DAYTON. An Eccentric Penitent From Australia. Kontlur Cn!ni elimination of leper. Kti. The hoard of health met yesterday afternoon at 3 P. sr., with President V. O. Smitb iu the chair. There were present W. O. Smith, John Ena, Dr. Andrews, J. T. Water house, jr., Dr. Day, C. B. Reynolds, agent, and David Dayton, inspector. The minutes of the previous meet ing were read and adopted. President Smith read the following interesting report from Inspector Dayton, just returned from the leper settlement: TO IIOXORAELE W. O. SMITH, PRES IDENT of the Board of Health. Sir : In obedience to instructions, Dr. Goto and I sailed for the leper set tlement, Molokai, iu the steamer Mo kolii on the 13th ult., and arrived there on the 15th ult. I called on Sis ter Mariana, at the Bishop Home, then went to Kalawao. On the 19th ult. I was at the hospi tal the most of the day, as I was anx ious for the hospital to be in condition to receive Dr. Goto's patients. On the 20th ult. I was at the hospi tal during the forenoon to see how the work was getting aloug, then went to the Boys' Home at Kalawao and had a talk with Mr. Dutton and the Sis ters. They are very anxious to have the home put in a better condition so that it will be more convenient for them to do their work. Sister Mariana wishes the buildings moved to the mauka side cf the road athat there will not be so much run ning about. I think they can be moved and put in order for less than SoOO. Then it would be necessary to build a new cook house like the one at the Bishop Home, and more build ings would have to be erected for pa tients, for the Home is full now, there being 91 persons there. The Baldwin buildings are occupied by thirty or more boys and the build ings are neat and clean. Hon. H. P. Baldwin donated $137.18, and he is willing to donate S3,9t2.82 more to make tbe home what it should be. Buildings for lepers should be about 20x30 feet, then they could be kept in better condition aud. the old buildings should be cut in two, for the smell iu them now is something terrible. On the 22nd ult. we tried the boiler at the hospitals and took the water for the baths from the blow off-pipe at the bottom of the boiler, and fed in the top of the boiler and we found that the water boiled on the surface where it was only warm at the bot tom of the boiler, so on the 23rd ult. we changed the pipes and fed in two blow-oU'pipes at the bottom of the boil er and tapped the boiler a little above the lower try -cock and we had boiling water in 20 minutes, while the water was only warm at the bottom of the boiler, cow it is impossible to draw the watfcr out of the boiler and burn the tubes in the boiler, and it is a sav ing of coal for there is suffie.ent hot water above the pipes that leads to the baths, to heat the water for the baths at noon without firing up, and in the afternoon very litde fire will be required. I think that it will require about one-half of a bag of coal per d y for the boiler to heat the water for the baths there. On the 24th ult., Dr. Goto examined 137 persons for treatment at the hos pital and he selected 29 or 30 persons, and tbe next day these that he selected for treatment were notified to come to the hospital to remain there. On the 25th ult. I went to the Bishop home and consulted with Sis ter Mariana and others in regard to a heater for the baths there, to assist the heater from the range; and also for an extension to the bathhouse, so the patieuts would have more room to cool off in after having their bath. I think a new bath house should be built there, but owing to the expense I thought the old one would do if it waj extended, say 20 feet, so I sent the requisition to the board for the pipe for the heater and lumber for the extension of the bath house. I am informed that the watersupply at the home is insufficient, and that sometimes they have no water for baths, hence the necessity for a heat er, for if the bath tub was filled in the night the water could be hot from the heater. On the 27th ult. about twenty of the patients took their first bath at the hospital and everything worked satis factory. On the 29th ult. I visited the Bishop home, then I visited most of the ka maaina houses along the foot of the pali, and in the afternoon I attended the funeral of Alex. Cornio. On the 30th ult. the thirty patients selected by Dr. Goto for treatment were all at the hosp tal, so the treat ment was .regularly commenced there. There is sufficient room at the hos pital for ten or twelve more patients. On the 31st ult. I was at the hospi tal and everything was working satis factory, and all the buildings and sleeping apartments are in a splendid condition. On the 1st inst. Dr. Goto and I went to the hospital, then to the Bishop home and other parts of the settlement. On the 2nd inst. I left the settlement per steamer Mokolii, via way ports, and Dr. Goto went via the pali and gained the steamer at Kaunakakai, aud we arrived in Honolulu on the 3d inst., at 2 a.m. The following number of persons are being treated by Dr. Goto at the set tlement, viz.: At the Bishop home 42 " " hospital so Outside patients.. .. iq Total 9 1 If Dr. Goto's patients are to be ex amined by other physicians it should be done now. Something should be done in regard to kokuas marrying lepers. One ease in point is where a man named went as kokua to his wife, and they took their son, a small boy, with them, and the woman died, and the man and his son continued to live in the settlement, though not lepers, and now the ton Is married to a leper. So now he has a claim to continue to live in the settlement and draw his vifr.s ration. The mothers of children born in the settlement, as I am informed is en titled to draw one half of a ration for the cliild; then after the child quits nursing, the child is entitled to a full ration, so it i an inducement to have children and keep them at the settle ment in order to obtain tue extra ra tion. From the best information I could obtain, there are about sixty non leper children at the settlement, and they re increasing continually. It appears to me that it is a crime to allow the children to remain there and become a charge on the board, and permitting- some of them to be come lepers. The visitors at the kamaaina houaes are Increasing, and the road up the pali is about as convenient for the lepers to go up and their friends to come down to the kamaaina houses as the Nuaanu pali road is for persons to go to Koolau. I see no way to stop the traffic up and down the pali so long as the kule anas are owned by the kamaainas. At present, it Is segregation in name only and not in fact. In the settlement it Is looked on as a farce. Trusting that the above report will be satisfactory, I am, Sir, Your obedient servant, David Daytox, Agent on Leprosy. In answer to a question by President Smith, Mr. Dayton said that Dr. Goto intended to remain in Honolulu for the next three weeks. In answer to inquiries concerning those left in charge of the treatment during the doctor's absence, Mr. Dayton stated the treatment was of a routine nature. Te doctor had left a supply of medicine at the Bishop home, and had also furnished persons receiving treatment outside with some medicine, otherwise it wa3 all under the charge of one man appointed for that purpose. The report wa3 accepted and placed on file. The suggestion as to moving the boys' home and making other needed improvements was discussed and fin ally referred to Superintendent Mey ers to report on cost, site, etc. The houses will probably be "moved across the road aud a new cook house erected mauka. Dr. Day brought up the question of examinations ot lepers by foreign phy sicians and Dr. Goto. Dr. Andrews spoke of the import ance of such examinations and sug gested that a record of the name, age and condition of the patient should be taken. The board ordered that a book, as per sample prepared and presented by the board, be ordered priuted, and the matter be referred to Agent Meyers to be carried out. An examination and record of the. entire leper settle ment is to be made- as soon as possi ble. A letter was read from Mr. Meyers, recommending the purchase of pipe and suggesting that hereafter any regulatiou of the board of health re ferring to the government schools be forwarded to the board of education for promulgation, to avoid future clashing between teachers and phy sicians. A letter from Sister Mariana was read, asking certain improvements In the Bishop home. Agent Dayton said both homes were greatly crowded. The president brought up the mat ter of the site of the North Pacific Phosphate and Fertilizing Co., and asked for the report. The report rec ommended the company be allowed to erect works for the manufacture of artificial fertilizers and acids at Holo loa. Adopted. The committee of physicians said they were not ready to report on the act to mitigate, and asked for more time. Granted. An application was read from John Tremayue, of Australia, for a position at the leper settlement. Mr. Tremayne stated that he wished to do penance by serving the rest of his life at Molo kai doing good. He had 100 which he would donate to the lepers and would pay his own passage to Molo kai if they would grant ii3 request. The secretary was ordered to inform Sir. Tremayne that while his donation would be acceptable to the lepers at auy time, it was not deemed advisable to grant his request. Applications from Dcs. Emerson and Peterson were received for posi tions as physicians to the government dispensaries. Ordered placed on file. The application of Dr. Wm. L. Moore of Hilo for a license to prac tice was granted. Referred to the Minister of the Interior. A petition was received from Hon. Hoapili praying that his daughter, M. K. Hoapili, sent to the receiving station as a suspect, be released that she may be treated by Dr Goto for one or more months. The matter wa3 referred to await the examination to take place at Kalihi next Tuesday. Mr. Hoapili to r e so notified. A letter was read from Dr. Allen of liana, Maui, stating that la grippe was epidemic in that district. The secretary stated he had sent medicines to Dr. Allen as per requisition en closed. A letter from Dr. Victor Capron stated that about 30 per cent, of the school children of Kau needed vac cination. Dr. Day said the vaccine farm would soon be ready to furnish lymph for vaccination purposes. Dr. L. S. Thompson of North Hilo reported by letter that cases of typhoid fever had been discovered there and one case had proved fatal. It was ordered that Dr. Andrews reply for the board, giving Dr. Thomp son such instructions as he asked and empowering him to call in Dr. Willi ams of Hilo in case the disease spread. Tenders for supplies needed by the board of health were amended and ordered published. Dr. Thompson's previous suggestion as to death certificates went over to the next meeting. The question of planting trees at the settlement from seeds to bj furnished by the board was favorably com mented upon. At 4:4-5 the board adjourned. For L ease. TIIOSK DESIHABLE PRE mises opposite the Makiki re- Charles Creibton. The grounds are spacious, and well shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. The Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. For further particular" apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Marv S. Levev. 33oS-tf ' Ledgers with patent backs at the Gazette office. cod's Cures Dyspepsia and Indigestion lira. A". Fislcs San Francisco. Th9 combination. o excellent stOTnacTi tonic3 In Hood's Sarsapariila, is such that, with proper attention to diet, indigestion and even the worst cases cf dyspepsia are cured by this medicine. Kead this: ' Ilavlns for several years been creatly troubled witli Indigestion, and taring ieen Hood's Sarsapariila advertised, X concluded to Sarsapariila fir It a trial. To ray happiness and great satis faction I found it to be the only remedy for tnls complaint-" Mrs. N. Fiske. 423 Geary Street, San Francisco, CaL Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and Sciently, cn the liver and bowels. 25c HOBRON, NKWMAN & CO., 333G Wholesale Agents. ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA -:- HOUSE ! L. J. Levev, Lessee. GRAND ENTERTAINMENT I Mr. Levey has the honor to announce to the Ladies and Gentlemen of Hono lulu that he has made a spe- cial engagement with Pruffe'sor B. Kucliwaldy To appear at the Opera LIcuse SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 10th In Modern Witchcarft, InJian Jugalery, Optical Illusions, Wizard Violin, Egyptian Swings. A treat whic'a lias never surpassed in Hoso!u!u. 23rFor particulars, f-ee Trogramme. ..Xy" ISUAL PRICES! SJZOT B ix Plan for Reserved Seats open at L. J. Ivey's on Wednesday. 3399 -td MORTGAGEE'S Foreclosure Sale of Chattels ! BY VIRTUE OF A CHATTEL mortgage, executed by James Nott, Jr., to Alfred A. Doiron, dated March 8, A. D. 182, and recorded in the Registry of Deeds, in Honolulu, book 131, page 464, and following, and upon . which de fault has been made, to wit: non pay- mentot interest, i wm expose ior saie and sell for cash, at public auction (un less sooner disposed of at private sale as hereinunder provided), on MONDAY, the lilth day of June, A. D. 1S93, at 12 o'clock noon, at corner of Alakea and King Streets, in said Honolulu, the pro perty mortgaged, consisting f 1 Bay Horse, 1 Buck kin Mare, branded ace clut3 on hip and L. R. L. under mane; 1 Wason, 1 Brake, 2 Hand Carts, 2 Sad dles. 2 Sets Harness, and also, all Tools and Stock in trade, comprising or be longing to the plumbing business ot the moftgazor heretofore conducted at said corner of King and Alakea streets, and now being and situate at sail place of business, also, a Life Insurance Policy on the life of the mortgagor, to wit : num ber 391,491 for $1,000 in the Equitable Aerurance Society, dated June 4th, A.D. 1883. The undersigned is authorized under said mortgage to dispose of the aforesaid property at private sale and will do eo if he receives an advantageous offer therefor, prior to the date of said auction A complete schedule of the property and further terms of sale and other par ticulars can be obtained of W. A. Kin ney, attorney for the undersigned, No. 318 Fort street, Honolulu, or at the public auction aforesaid. ALFKED A DOIRON. Honolulu, May 16th, A. D. Ib93. 33S1-3W Marshal's Sale. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF Exf cation, issued out of the District Court, on the 24th day of April. A. D. 1893, against D. M. Crowley, defendant, in favor of C. On, plaintiff, for the sum of $117.90, 1 have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the Station Hou?e, in the District of Honolulu, Island of Oahu. at 12 o'clock of FRIDAY, the 23d day of June, A. D. 1S93, to the highest bidder, all the right, title and interest of the said D. M. Crowley, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judge ment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List ot property for sale: 1 Sewing Machine, 1 Picture. 2 Stands, 1 Case for Magic Lantern, 1 Box slides. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal. Honolulu, May 25th, 1893. 3390-30 1 Situation Wanted. JAPFNE5E COOK WHO HAS best references wants situation in private family. Addres3 "S. M.," this olSce. 3400-3t For Sale. A FEW MASTIFF PUPS for sale. Enquire of P. R. ISENBERG. 3395-lw 1 432-2 w Waialae. Daily Advertiser 50c per month. hm Onfid am Mnxo OFFICIAL DIKECT0I1Y i Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Exficcnva Cocscn.. S. 8. iUib?, President cf the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Isl ands, and Minister of Foreign Af fairs. J. A. King, Minister ot the Interior. S. M. Damon, M.-".$ter of Finance. W. O. Smith, A'i;j!ney-General. Advis.y Coorcn.. W.C. Wilder. Vice-President of the Pro visional Go i-rcaent cf the Hawaiian Islands. C. Bolte, John Emmehi.-h. j Cecil Brown, E. D. Tenner, j John Nctt, W. F. Allen, F. W. McChesney, Henry Waterboys, James F. Morgan, A. Young, Ed.Suhr F. M. Hatch. Jos. P. Mendonca. SCPREMK COCBT. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First A&socifete Justice. Hon. W. F. xrear, Second AsaccUte Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred Wundenberg, Deputy Cl-rk Geo. Lucas, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Crsccrr Judges. Ftat Circuit: $; Oabu. Second Circuit : A. N. Kepoikai . Third and Fourth Circuit: S. 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President, His Excellency J. A. King. Members of the Board of Immigration : Hon J. B. Atherton, Jas. E. Castle, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, James G. Spencer, Mark P. Robinson. Secretary, Wray Taylor. Board of Health. Office in grounds of Court House Build ing, corner of Mililani and Queen streets. Members Dr. Day, Dr. Miner, Dr. Andrews, J. O. Carter, J. T. Water house, Jr., John Ena, and Attorney General Smith. President Hon. W. O. Smith. Secretary Chas. Wilcox. Executive Officer C. B. Reynolds. Agent on Leprosy David Dayton. Inspector and Manasrer of Garbage Ser vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. G. Trousseau. Dispensary, Dr. H. McGrew. Leper Settlement, Dr. R. K. Oliver. Board of Education. Court House Building, King street. President, Hon. C. R. Bishop. Secretary, W. James Smith. Inspector of Schools, A. T. Atkinson. District Cocrt. Police Station Building, Merchant street. William Foster, Magistrate. James Thompson, Clerk. 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