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iAJ.j'V PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, AIVliT18EU. JUL.Y 22. 1893.
BOARD OF HEALTH. RESIGN ATICH 0 LK. T&OU.SEAB IRCM THE ECARD CF iXAlilSlR. REPOT OF PHYSICIAtH ON DIPK TiERIA. Mzcnt-fiion of the Preacher Ques tion for the I.eper Settle ment. .jiAnir.r.i.Y i:k?(ii:ti from ho? 1'ITAI.S. lr. Vaomrooto' Defence-letters from I hjsiclan. and .gent-Hie Ouei tJ:n .f V'li-louie-Thieat Trom tlie Japanese The board of health met yesterday afternoon at 3:03 o'clock. Thero were present Piesident Smith, John Eoa.Dr. Day and J. O. Carter, and Agent C. 13. Iteydolds. Dr. Howard of the government dis pensary was present by request of President Smith. The minntes of tho previous meet iug were read and, after slight amendment, were approved. President Smith stated he had prepared the bond and contract for the furnishing of pai ti to the leper settlement, but it had not yet been Mgned as the surety of Lee Chu had not as yet signed the bond owing to alleged sickness, which might and might not be true. Three letters from Superintendent Meyers were read. He stated the material for tho bath house had ar rived as also a portion of material for the new houses. He commented generally upon the new improve ments ordered und mentioned the fitness of tbe policy being pursued by the board in tho leper treatment by Dr. Goto, together with recom mendations on certain practical points in tho management tbeieof. He explained point in tho bid of the Molokai ranch for supplying ppttlement vith beef and reported against granting per mission to a native to bnild a bouse for a lever woman upon ground bo longing to tho board of health. He stated that under previous adminis trations forty three lepers had been allowed to live on kamaainaa proper ty. This w as not segregation, and he thought it should bo stopped. He suggested that where such persons lived with the kamaainas, or else where not on board of health ground, theirwations f-hould be stopped by the board. Tho board ordered that the bid of Molokai ranch, for furnishing beef at 4c. a pound, dressed, be accepted and Mr. Meyers bo so informed. The suggestion of Mr. Meyers, to stop rations of those living with ka maainas, was also approved and the secretary was ordered to so instruct him. , , , , Tho president stated the .buglish copies of the rules and regulations were printed and the Hawaiiau cop ies would be ready so that all could be forwarded on Monday next. Ho thought the new rules would go far toward settling the points raised above. Mr. Meyers also requested some virus for vaccination. He always inoculated calves on his place, and would soon be able to furnish the board with fresh virus, if so de sired. It was so ordereJ. He also sent tbe board a copy of a proposed notice to be posted at tho leper set tlement under the present law: NOTICE. By order of the board of health, warning is hereby given to all ka- anil rkthpf-4 livinC Oil kuIpanaS IllUill II tl? cu - - n at Kalaupapa, Makanalua and other portions oi me iept?r bciuciucih, vi premises subject to their control, and t iir otfont ion is hf-rebv called to an act "To Facilitate the Segregation of Lepers," to Section l or tins act, as amended and passed by the legislature on the 7th day of December, li)2. And any person persisting in harbor- Illg lepers contrary u una rsectitMi i, as amended, will be dealt with accord n low- it. V Meyer. Agent Board of Health on Molokai. Kalae, Molokai, 5th July, Mr. Carter said the notice was cor rect, and should bo r.nthc: "sed. ncsirM th nnetion, Mr. v!n,-:o. o-j?i! tnnrh c?nmare had been dote under Mr. Toll's' injudicious management. Under proper meth- ods, much good couiu io une. The notice proposed by Mr. Meyers was adopted ana oruereu uoaicu, mntinn nf "Tr C.IXTtPT- Doctors Day and Howard reported two cases of diphtheria, one of which had proved fatal. Strict instructions had been given as to isolation day before yesterday morning, and all necessary precautions had been taken. Dr. Howard stated ho had seen at least 125 cases of diphtheria in Chicago. There the houses were at once placarded and quarantined. Mr. Carter said two cases had formerly been quarantined here. President Smith and Dr. Howard thought such measures should be taken here and guards placed w'ue deemed ?. cesary. Dr. Howard f-aid in Chicago larg red placard v:m p j-t-J co taiii!i-;r tl:e word "DiphtLeria' Iarire hteck .--iters. The board ordure 1 that im-mi-in Hornium uln-ro diphtheria w hhonhl be properly placirdd by t executive o!lic-r, fuch placards remain up until crdere 1 down I a n i ti '. V tLn proper authority. The following letter was re from Father Wendelin: ad Kalaui'Aim, Molokai, July 13, lb'j3. j To the President and Honorable I Members of the Board of Health, j Gentlemen: In the accounts given . in the Hawaiian uazette oi me lltliofJuly, that if, of the board of health's meeting on July lt, J found one item to which I call your atten tion: '.Letters from Superintendent Meyer making tho following recom mendations were approved: that adults at the homes who are able to care for themselves be removed to other quarters, ami their rooms be given to children." If the report is correct I cannot be lieve that the honorable board have considered the injustice, the cruelty ami the immorality of the resolution, especially when applied to young girls and women. Trusting that the honorable board of health will reconsider the matter with a different conclusion, I remain most respectfully yours, Fat i i e n We n i eli n. It was ordered the secretary bo in structed to inform Father Wendelin that tho order referred to applied to tho boys' homo especially and that full instructions had been sent Mr. Meyers. A letter was read from Assistant Superintendent Ambrose Hutchinson referring to arrests for adultery at the settlement. Ho cited a special case whero complaint had been made to tho board. Ho also stated the leper band boys had received the cloth bought with tho Advertiser fund and that the same had been handed over to tbe tailors of the set tlement. The following letter from llev. O. P. Emerson was read: Board of Hawaiian Evangelical Association. Honolulu, H. I., July 20, lWtt. To the Hon. V. O. Smith, president of the board of health. Dear Sir: The Rev. S. K. Kamaka hiki, late pastor at Olowalu, Maui, having received a call from the asso ciated churches of Kalaupapa and Ka lawao, at tbe leper settlement, and tbe Hawaiian board having voted to send him there and support him in that work, I would respectfully re quest the approval by the board of health of this action, and that a per mit le sent for him and his wife and bis aged mother to enter that Held, and that while in it the usual rations and lodgings be granted him and his family as pastor of these leper churches. Believe me, my dear sir, Yours faithfully, O. P. Emerson, Sec. Hawaiian board. President Smith asked what the custom had been. Mr. Carter thought tbe board should not support the family and relatives of tho applicant. He did not. think it WAS risht. TVTr. Kna said there were two or three preachers now thero; he did not think there was need for mere. Mr. Carter thought he should bo allowed to co on the same terms as Father Wendelin. Sorrfitnrv Wilcox cited a case wbpro a native preacher had been granted rations, also his wife who mi t 1 -1 accompanied mm. xno uoaru uo cided this had been done without authority. Action on iho matter was aeierreu onfl thft resident was ordered to confer further with Mr. Emerson. Dnrinn- the discussion mention a of the stroni? feelinjr be tween members of different denom inations at the settlement, which was deplored. The Question ot tne issue oi rations was brought up. It was shown by reports that such had been issued in excess of authority. Mr. Tell had done this. Mr. Carter said the question of rations was one that would have to be handled without gloves soon. The matter went over to the next meeting. The following resignation of Dr. G. Trousseau was read: Julv 1803. Hon. W. O. Smith, President of the Board of Health: Dear Sin For reasons explained tr vnn in i orivnte letter of same date. I beg to tender to you my resignation as a member or tne examining uoaru if ipnor. find bone that vou will have my substitute appointed before the said board meets again. Yours respectfully, O. Trousseau. Prpident Smith also real tho nrivate letter accompanying the re signation, and it was discussed at some length. On motion, tho president was an tborized to HI 1 the vacancy caused by Dr. Trnr.RReau's resignation. Tho following reply of Dr. S. Ya- mamoto to certain charges previously made against max was reaa: Hilo, July i, 1S03. To His Excellency, V. O. Smith, Attorney-General of the Provis ional government and President of the Board of Health. Gentlemen: Your favor of June 2C.Jt inclosing communication from Charles Moore making very serious charges against me as a physician, was received last mail, and in answer I beg leave to say that the charges made are slanderous in the extreme and entirely without foundation, ami I hope your honorable body will call upon one or all of my professional brothers in this vicinity to investi gate my actions in this matter and. if not upheld by them, I will cheerfully submit to any action your honorable bodv ruav conclude upon. If" Mr. "Charles Moore has any case against me, it is his right and privi lege to demand satisfaction through a court of justice, and I assure your honorable bodv that should he neglect to do so, I shall deem it my duty to proceed against him for libel, in the manner provided by law. I have no "hesitation in saying that Mr. Charles Moore would never have contemplat ed this move except upon the advice of a party whose interests would be naturally ndvaiu-ed by my withdrawal irom tin i r.o-ti-e f medicine in Hilo. Iii.-!m-. hrrt-v.'itu a communication from Mr. Go "late, in naer of the O.Hi!tu-a Su ir Co., in who-e employ 1 have In en :or Mi;ne time. Am I al.o t iH-l" ,! herewith find a -t tenie!it from I) tor Frances Wet mure, who wa a consultant of mine iu the cr.-e in ('jetion. I have the iwiior to bo, Your obedient servant, Dr. S. Yamamoto. I. S. Mr. Goodale's letter to your honorable body will be sent under another cover. S. Y. The following certificate from Dr. Vet:::;r. was also read: Pepcekeo, July 5, lSy3. This certifies that I was called in consultation with Dr. Yamamoto by Charles Moore, of Hilo jail, on June !, 1S!.3. Judging from the appearauce of the child, it must have been dead from twenty four to thirty-six hours before the Japanese doctor was called. I have reason to believe, from the statements of Dr. Yamamoto, and others, that Charles Moore refused him a consultation in tho case of his wife until it was too iate. Fkances M. Wetmore, M. D. After discussion, the secretary was ordered to inform Dr. Yamamoto that the reply was satisfactory. The letter from Mr. Goodale was not received. A letter from Dr. Laidlaw was laid over. A letter from Dr. Manritz regarding the keeping of records at tho leper settlement was read. He also asked to be informed gs to the rules govern ing the examination for lepers in tho Honolulu schools, urdereu meu ; fuller information to bo sent later. Dr. Howard asked for instructions a3 to his duties at tho Honolulu dis pensary. The general rules did not apply here. Ho asked so that ho would not. through ignorance, ne glect any of his duties. It was decided that all the poor should be treated both at tho dispen- m 1 sary or at their places or auoue. Dr. Howard exolained a dimcuity met with in largo cities that caused tho authorities to require patients to present certificates from an officer befero treatment. Tho president read the report of Inspector Jones on slaughtering. The report showed a decrease in Huke disease in the cattle slaughtered for the past two weeks. The president read the Quarterly report of the Koloa, Kauai hospital, which is summarized as ionows: Number in hospital since April 1st, S Hawaiian?, 2; foreigners, G. Dis charged,,; died, 1, of beriberi, in tho hospital on Juno 30th, 2. Ex penses for the quarter, S110.33; pay ing patients, 'S; balance to be paid by the board of health, S52.33. The folio .vi oir is the quarterly re port of the Wailuku hospital: Number in hospital since March 31sJ, 02 Hawaiians, 32; foreigners. oU. .Discharged, oj; aiea, o. xn hospital on June 30th, 15. Expenses for the nnarter. S1G70.5G: received of patients, 33S 25; received for coffins and burials, balance to oe paid by tho board of health, 1300 31. A notition from an old native woman from Niihau to be allowed to go to Molokai as a kokua was re ferred to Mr. Meyers. Agent C. 15. Reynolds presented a list of 40 lepers at the receiving sta tion at K alibi ready for shipment to Molokai. Thn FCfrefarv stated he had in formed Mr. Meyers that more lepers would be sent soon. After snrao discussion the board ordered all tho lcper3 to be sent to Kalaupapa by tho steamer Hawaii, which would sail direct for that port cu nest Monday morning. A letter containing a certincate or character for Dr. Armitage was re ceived from Dr. Campbell of Kauai. Accepted and tiled. Letters from Dr. Allen of Hana, Mani. and from Dr. Smith of Koloa, Kauai, reporting the decrease of la grippe, wtre read and nied. A letter from ShorilT Williams of Hawaii, regarding tho refusal of Dr. Greenfield to attend calls of the police as government physician, was read. President Smith said he had writ ten to Sheriff Williams that the gov ernment physician should answer such calls when not detained by critical cases, and would write to the same effect to Dr. Greenfield. Agent C. 15. lleynolds said he wished to bring tho matter of wash houses before the board. There wero not accommodations on the government property. This was partly caused by eight of the houses being made unlit for use by a late lire. Tho Chinese had taken advan tage of this and were without per mission building wash houses where ever thev pleased and in violation of th law. He did not feel, however. that under the circumstances he was intified in enforcincr the law as it might work hardship and injustice to sour?. Lit-ly Japanese had been makintr application under the law to nl lowed to build wah houses. This ho had been obliged to refuse, although he did not feel lustined in arresting Chiueso who had violated it. Tho Japanese had applied to their consul, who had demanded the same privileges and had threatened to interfere, if they were not granted. It was suggested that perhaps when tho Japanese consul saw fit to brim? the matter to the notice of the government it would be time to act Tho president stated that tho gov eminent does not wish new wash houses started, but that under the circumstance?, and until the govern ment was rondy to act further in tho matter of new accommodations, which lie hop?d would be soon, it would be as well not to make arrests under tho law. Th1? board adjourned at 4:13 p. m. For Sale. SlTItVKVOR'S OUTFIT. CAN 1 . be seen ut C. I i RE WEI! & CO'.S, Di.'vl-lm Qnren Street. Tho Daily Advertiser is deliver- cd by carriers for 50cent3 a month. Ring up Telephones b. ltow is the tire a to subscribe. OK F CI A j WlMvTOnY Provisional Government of r7i? 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Members of the Board of Immigration: Hon. J. B. Atherton, Jas. B. Castle, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, James G. Spencer, Mark P. Robinson. Secretary, Wray Taylor. Board of Health. Office in crounds 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 Manager of Garbage Ser vice L. L. La Pierre. Inspector G. W. C. Jones. Port Physician, Dr. G. Trousseau. Dispensary, Dr. H. McGrew. Leier Settlement, Dr. K. 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 Court. Police Station Building, Merchant street. William Foster, Magistrate. James Thompson, Clerk. 37nu rtrtiscmcuts. DAI NIPPON ! Japiiu'tf l'i;.cy uk St ire. Mrs. J. P. P. ColTaco b?2 to announce that she will oiea U.e ubve Stor-J ON MONDAY, JULY 17 Hotel tjlivet, Next door to the Pduoe Ice Cre-im Par lors, and will otfer lor ta!e Embroidered Gowns Bed Covers, Handkerchiefs, Shawl?, Scarfs, Sashe. Custiion?, IKi!i'.H Jiud Sciecns Fancy Silk. ;:nl CoU.u Kimonos! VEKY l-'INTK. WII.lv, Hand-painled ar.d Embroidered; Paraso's, Photo-frames, Card (i.ey, Carved Wo 3d and lUsnbo? screen Tray?, Porcelain Ware Etc., Etc., Ktc , Etc. H. I TOMAN, PORT STltliKT. Having noio the much desired spacefor the proper display of my splendid stock of FIXE GOODS, and late additions thereto, it is a pleasure to see you in and show the arrangement of the different lines, as compared to my ol& and cramp ed quarters; it is simply paradise. My stock of staple and new Goods will from now on, be found com plete, and any suggestion in the way of netu fads tvlll be eagerly attended to. As a starter on neiu Goods, my very fine line of Leather Purses and Card Case combinations are well worth your attention. Leathers in all the delicate colors of dress materials, mounted in fine sterling silver in intricate designs as well as the plain; they must be awreciated by those who have al ways been obliged to send aivay for these qoods. Carrying n this line the products of the leading makers of tine Leathers in the United States, it is possible for me to offer you a choice assortment from the comparatively inexpensive to that which takes dollars to buy. The Gcnilcmaris full dress Card Case, seems bo be the correct thing from the way they caught on just j larae enouqh to fit the proper pock- et. Another little thing on which ' sales arc rapidly increasing, the dainty little individual flutter Svrcadcr in sterling silver and plate, probably the bent and most useful little concict ever thought oj in connection with the table service. Remaining on the table throughout the meal, they entirely take the place of the desert knife for sjread- ing butter, certainly more dainty and giving the other instrument a chance to be used for what it was intended. To those of refined tastes and a sense of the fitting, very little need be said in their favor. It will not be long before every tabic in Honolulu tv ill be sujyplicd with these very necessary little articles. H.F.WICHMAiN NEW GOODS Received by late Steamers. COTTON Gil t Of New Patterns ; also, GENT'S READY-MADE Crape Shirts and Suils! Of First-clasi style. Silk Handkerchief ami Necktie, Handsome Vases of Japanese Art, -tc. EXTRA CHOICE Pan Fired Japini Tea FOR FAMILY USE. Sold at very reasonable prices for t he trade as well a3 retail. ITOHAN, Importer of Japanese Goods 20G Fort St., near Custom House. Yamatoya, Yokohama, Japan, Cotton Crape Manufacturer an ! Shirt Maker. Sole azent, ITOHAN, 200 Fort Street, Honolulu. .o-tf For Sale. iry in good coniuion; price 100. Inquire of H. M. WHITNEY, 4f Merchant. Street. Lost. T THE CORNER OF FORT AND . King Streets, a pair of lady's Gloves and a Turquoise Shell Heart Giove Buttoner. Finder please leave at Ad kertiser office. 343 3t y rs x. THE -:- LATEST -:- NOVELTIES AT THE FAMOUS SlO'.li; ()',' B. F. EI1LERS v'v CO., 500 and 511 - - - Fort Street. Liulies' ami Children's .lackfls aul Caps. Irish Point, Antique and Madras Curtains. Chenillo Portieres with friuges from SG.aOa pair upwards. Smyrna Rugs in all sizes from $2 upwards. Knotted Swiss. Silkaline and Dimity in great variety. Cashmere Sublimes at -0 cents a yard; one of tho hand somest wash material this season, entirely new and for the price has no equal. White Lawn in plain, striped and checked. Dressmaking Under the Management of 31 iv. Kenner Special Bargains tor -AT- isr s. 520 Fort Street KID GLOVES! FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS Undressed Mosquctairo Kid Gloves, tun shades, all sizes, for 85 cents a pair. Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and groy, every pair war ranted for 1.120 a pair. Dressed and Uundressd Mosquctairo Kid Gloves, tan, black and grey, every pair warranted for 1.1)0 a pair. Evening Kid Gloves, extra long, light dolicato shades, for $2 a pair. "White Kid Gloves, 5 and 0 buttons our regular $2 Gloves for 1.00 u pair. 5gTThese prices arc positively for this week only. Golden Rule Bazaar ! SOMXO M it icleiixi2: Wo have sold all our $3.50 Machines and nu.v come with this pretty little machine. 12 complete with cover. And don't forget we keep the King and Star of all Machines, and that's tho "DOMESTIC." FACTORY PRICES. o Having- Placed Our Orders for Large Lines Goods Shortly to Arrive, we Must Make Kooin for Same. o We Oiler Some Startling Harains in Staple Stationery as follow: o GOOD QUALITY PKNCILS rubVr tipped, at l. eonU a loz m ; n t fiz VK-Nl-TIAN LINEN Tablets, 15 cents. 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