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K J' S K" S P' K Pick Your Lots Bight Away! TTHCID GTTICIC TRACT S2 Fine Lote for sale. -:- FROM KING STREET BACK 3?;ricos .from 500.00 xip. For Particulars, see MRS. . A. GULICK Residence ou Uie Premises. tIENRT H. WILLIiqflS. The Progressive Inderttfer of Honolulu WITH THE. CITY FURNITURE STORE LOVE BUILDING, FORT ST. -- Ein"toaJjaii3ag: a, Specialty fifficE Pfesae, Mais 84. Resilience Phone Waits Si!!. EXTII FINE 1ST of Heavy High Grade Pongee Silks F"OR MEN'S SUITS. for THiiiiBs Grass Linens lu the latest shade:?. New Goods from 75c yd. and up GOO IvDFS STOKE MAOTLA HAYAKA MEXIOAK5 AMEB TOAST POBT miCA AT TJ?15 mum weo co. lib. IbtfiU w rtTj a THE HONOLULU SEPUBnCXN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER iS, 1901. FIVE C " FjodI Paint ! It - I. ZSfT.7i . V; V. ia Feed Co K JO SC J JO JC jC meauuanu Street. . PIGARS Cor. Nuua&u and Merchant St, mh! Hotel St opp. Bethel. P. O. Sox tTf. EYE (CLASSES 3fae fcr a are fitted ta relieve strata and preserve the eye. They St; at the eye, fit the face, fit everywhere; and white tiwy jt Bt. They are more becoming than ill-fitting ready-made glasses, and yet the price is no higher. ?. N. 3IfiFORD, Manufacturing- Optician. Boston Untitling, Fort street. TheTekchamaSpecie Bank LIMITED. Subscribed Capital ....Yen 24,000,000 PafdUp Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 810,000 HEAD OFFICE: YOKOHAMA. INTEREST ALLOWED. The bank huys and receives for collection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts and Letters of Credit, and transacts a general banking business. Branch of Yokohama Specie Bank. New Republic Building, Honolulu, K.T. Clans Sprekels & Co., Bankers. HONOLULU. - - - H.T. San Francisco Agents The Nevada National Bank of San Francisco. DBA W .EXCHANGE ON SAN FRANCISCO The ixovada National Bank of San Francisco. LONDON The Union Bank of London, Ltd. NEW YORK American Exchange National Bank. CHICAGO Merchants' National Bank. PARIS Credit Lyonnab. BERLIN Dresdner Bank. HONGKONG AND YOKOHAMA The Hongkong and Shanghai Bankir z Corporation. NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA -Bank of New Zealand. VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER Bank of British North America. TRANSACT A GENERAL BAHSXNG AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Deposits Received. Loans Made on Approved Security. Commercial and Travelers' Credit Issued. Bills of Exchange Bought and Sold. OOIiTEOTIONS FBOMPTLT AC COUNTED FOB. BISHOP & 00. BANKERS, TRANSACT A GENERAL BANK ING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Commercial and Travelers' Letters o Credit issued, available in all the Principal Cities of the World INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits: SEVEN days notice 2 per cent. (This form will not bear interest unless it remains undisturbed for one month.) Three Months 3 per cent, per annum. Six Months 3J per cent, per annum. Twelve Months 4 per cent, pot annum. BISHOP & CO, savqiGS mm Office at bunking- building on Merchant street. Savings Deposits will be received and interest allowed by this Bank at 4 per cent, per annum. Printed-copies of the Ru es and Regulations may bo obtained on application. BISHOP 8c CO, II. 0. IRVIK S CO., LTD ooo Wa G. Irwla.. President : "Manager TLlaus Sprecketei. First Vice Predsat w: 1C GUard.. Second EL M". Whlteey. Jr...Treas. aad 5ecy OOO Sugar Factors AND V Commission Agents, ooo 1K.VTS FOE. TH1 Oceanie S. Si Oo. Of tM FrMCM CaL MCKH8 fill CQS1I HIKI (Catttimmed fnm Fint Pfs. Tery near. Dr. Sloggstt must have felt this, for he said: The medical advice la this matter is to the effect that the existence of the rock-crusher sear the Insane Asylum Is working a great Injury to the inmates of that institution. The Board knocks that it is an injury, and says so most emphatically,! "The weight of opinion is altogether on the side of having the rock-crusher removed," said Hott-Smith. "If -are can get a special session of the Legislature and have sufficient money appropriated to move the rock- crusher, everything would be all right." said Boyd. "The situation is an embarrassing one." said Mott-Smith. "Even if we were to move the stone-quarry.' said Boyd, "the probabilities are that the Insane Asylum would oe moved in a vear or so." "You can leave your quarry there, as long as you don't run your rock-crusher,"' said Dr. Sloggett. "Will you take care of it?" asked Boyd. "The place can be so looked after that it will not go to ruin," replied Dr. Sloggett. "How much would it cost to move the quarry three-quarters of a mile away7" asked Governor Dole, as the members of the Board and visiting government officials bent over a large map or tne premises in question, which had been spread out on, the table by Superintendent Boyd. This was a hard thing to say and the subject was dropped as far as cost of removal was concerned. "Every time the whistle blows at the auarry. preparatory to blasting," said Dr. Sloggett. "the patients have to be hustled to a distant part of the grounds; otherwise their lives would be in danger." "Do you think the present Asylum Is large enough to accommodate the insane In Honolulu?" asked Boyd. "I think the present site of the Insane Asylum is an Ideal spot." said Dr. Sloggett "Possibly a larger place would be more desirable, but the present place meets all requirements at the present time. It is not the policy cf the Board to dlgcuss this matter now, however, besides, that is not the proposition which we are discussing." "Can't you look around for some other ideal spot that would do just as well?" asked Superintendent Boyd. "Isn't there anv property belonging to the United States Government or to the Terrltorv which could be secured for the Insane Asylum?" asked Dr. Cooper. "It seems that we are now no further In this matter than we were when we started," said Dr. Sloggett shifting in his chair and evidently preparing for more business-like action. "Suppose we see if the Bishop Estate has an available land," said Governor Dole. Dr. Sloggett who had been fidget-ting for an opening, waited a few moments for the general discussion to slacken a little, then he said: "The rock-crusher is decidedly a nuisance and it is certainly most injurious to the welfare of the Insane of this city. The insane are the wards of this Board and the Board must take some action in the matter. The medical opinion is emphatic. The Board will proceed to take a vote on the matter of the stopping of the rock-crusher." The atmosphere was now commencing to warm up a little. "If you are going to take an arbitrary action, said Boyd, "we shall .certainly con tinue with the operation of the rock- crusher." "Will you assure the Board that, after you have crushed the xock now waiting to be crushed, you will cease operation?" said Dr. Sloggett "Will you stop the operations until some thing has been done in regard to an other site for the rock-crusher? "Under the conditions, and considering that the patients of the Insane Asylum are the wards of the public, are as children who have to be taken care of, and it is in the opinion of the medical profession detrimental to the welfare of these patients, I feel It to be the duty "of every government officer to do everything in his power to prevent am-thing which would do them harm in any way, and as a. government officer I give you my assurance that the operation of shall cease." Dr. Sloggett extended the thanks cf the Board of Health to Superintendent of Public Works-Boyd for his attendance at the meeting and for his action in the matter, also thanking the other government officers for their attendance. "Of course It Is understood." said Superintendent Boyd, "that when the Insane Asylum has been moved, the rock-crusher may continue its operations." Boyd, Campbell and Wright here left the. room. Governor Dole remained to read a communication from the Waimea Hospital, to the effect that Inasmuch as the hospital was a government Institution and was caring for many people at the expense of the government, a little money would not come amiss to enable the InsUtntion to carry on Its work. The Board thanked the Governor for his attendance at the meeting. "Don't mention it" said the Governor, "the is thus enabled to move more ia touch with the Board of Health." The famous rock-crusher-Insane Asylum matter disposed of. the Board proceeded with routine business. Tenders for the supply of paial to the Leper Settlement on Molokal were considered. There were three tenders. That which was accepted was the tender of J. W. Kalua C who will supply pafal for the period ending July 31, 1S01. at the rate of seventy-five cents a bssdle. tab. steamer, to be freshly- ade and delivered in good cosdiUoa and securelr packed In four tags, each bundle to weigh 21 poasds. Jstdge Kaltia represents Tarioss taro o& Maui aad KolokaJ. The Haw&lisaXaTigUs Cowpeoy at " i "t r I a w awarded tfc exmfsvet oC the palai at the Stust& Per the ceit twenty oehs this eaayftsy will take the 911 to It is stipulated that so shipstSKt e tfca paUi is to "be Is than 360 palai wiH fee deUvated at Ka laspaps froa Mast aad JfolokH for sevtiiteea cents per feratdte. A. report tram the Becrd of Examiners was read, to the elect that Dr. F. W. Hodgins hid bees fooad sat's-factory as a medical bb. The Board voted to permit him to practice. A letter from Dr. Weber of the Li- hue Hcspltal. "on Kanal, was read, to the effect that mosey was seeded. A report accompanied the letter. The matter of money for the hospital was referred to E. A. Mott-Smith. Next came a letter from Dr. Goodhue of Kalna Kanal. who wanted to know if he had a right to charge fees for the exaralnatlTi of restaurants and coffee shops. The Board dee'ded that he could charge fees, as the woA was outside of his regular duties. The report of Dr. Oliver, the presiding physician at the Leper was then read and ordered filed It Is as follows: Kalawao, Oct. S, 190L r Dr. H. C. Stoavett, President Board of Health, Honolulu. Dear Sir: I herewith forward to you my report for the quarter ending September 30th, 1901. There have been 37 deaths of lepers daring? this period and 2 deaths of An epidemic of fever has visited us darins the last two mouths; an ordinary continued and a relapsing fever. Lepers and alike have been at tacked, but in every case, when the subject was a leper the fever has heen accompanied with erysipelas of the head and face, and occasionally of some parts of the body. The fever has generally een mild, but ia some relapsing cases the temperature was high. In alL the number of fever cases was 103, with 5 deaths. There have been four births in the settlement one male and three females, and one child has been sent to Honolulu. Bathinj: has been as usual. Visits to the dispensaries average 3 daily. ' I am. yours truly. RICHARD OLIVER, M. D., Res. Physician Leper Settlement A communication from Dr. Cofer, in charge of the United States quarantine station here, came next Dr. Cofer reported that on September 17, there were ten cases of bubonic plague and ten deaths from that disease In Hongkong. On September 24, there were three cases and three deaths from the same disease. On October 5, one case of Asiatic cholera was reported at Yokohama. The patient died. J. Paakaula had sent a communication to the Board, asking it to approve government warrant for ?150. this amount having been awarded him by the Legislature on account if his services at Kalihi Camp, as druggist during the plague. The Board decided to notify Paakaula that the Board had alreadv taken unfavorable action in the matter. The report of Plumbing Inspector Kean then came before the Board. It was ordered filed and Is as follows: Honolulu, Oct 16, 1901. Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, Executive Officer, Board of Health. Sir: For the period ending October 15th. 1901, I have the honor to report the work of this office as follows: Numler of plans filed, 5G. Number of permits issued, 5G. Npmber of inspections of plumbing and house sewers made, ISO. Number of finals issued, CI. Number of sewer connections made, 20. Verv respectful! v. E. R. KEAN, Inspector of Plumbing and House Sewers. After a few other matters of minor importance had been disposed of in short order the Board adjourned. Thieving Porto Rlcans at Waialua. Deputy Sheriff Cox of Waialua caused the arrest of three Porto Rican3. whom it is claimed succeeded in breaking into the plantation store of the Honolulu Agricultural Company Sunday night, and making away with a number of handkerchiefs, stockings, and other articles of wearing apparel. Four silver watches and about 00 in change were also taken. The bulk of the plunder was found in one of the houses occupied by the Porto Ricans. The trial of the men will come up at Waialua today. Outing of Y. M. C. A. The Junior class of the Y. M. C. A. will go on its regular Saturday outing tomorrow morning This week Mrs. J. B. Castle has offered the use of her at Walklkl, and the outing will take the form of surf-bathing and games In Kapiolani Park. The crowd will leave the Y. M. C. A. building at 9 a. m. and will return to town" shortly after the nocn hour A Word to Travelers. The excitement incident to traveling and change of food and water often brings on diarrhoea, and for this reason no one should leave home with out a bot tie of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ana Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by all drucgists and dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for Hawaii. i The meanest kind of sneak is the man who can pay his debts but won't MiSs Li Mb FasfaiMzMf Drsssiikcr. AP!TlEMTS:iK5 Pitcifetwl Strict, Between lug aad Hotel. Telephone Main. 127. THE EAGLE SALOON XHEO. J. CATAXAUGH, PrcpV. " &WZMQ 3ESS1 " Alwr ok -Cor. PoBchbowl and Halekaaila Sfa Board, $4.50 per week Meals, - - - - 25c Each PEITaTE MM FN UliES. XYXSTTEIXG KXW, CLXAJTaad YSLmZL JiTe popular Fe5taurai;t KMkd Stnvt. Vefc et SasteMe. BEADY-MADE SKIRTS AT LIS TXAJf TXX CCWT OF XATIJtlAXS. Whn we firat aa& our bow to the Honolulu public. Jsat two years sso this month, scarcely a ready-made siirt was worn feere. Yet we do ci3!!?153 T that la these two years we hate sold of skirts. Why J Because ecoaeisiea! women have foaad oat that to have their simple everyday waa skias aide by high-priced dressmakers is rank craavajaacc Factories can bay materials aray undr what jes woald pay. aad cattisraad sewing by machinery redacts cost to a saiBissnsn. Bat ka't aaSe the mistake of thinking that tlwse garaeno are wanuns: in style and nt. The original from whkh they are copied are Ead??' men tailors aad are always ia the latest fashlea. . Think of a wen made, perfectly washable skirt for 33 crats. It is scarcely more than what the thread and triauaiass would cost yen. Yet that . amoc? other bargain is what you will find in our skirt offenses on the center table tha week. If yon are oae of those women wfeo are skeptical about the possibility of getting a ready-made skirt that win look well on you, come in and be converted. uSte 105 RORT STREET. HART & CO. THE ELITE IGE CREAK PIRLIRS Fine Chocolates and Confection Ice Cream and Ices "'Water. F. H. Redward Contractor and Builder 42 Punchbowl Street. Telephone BLUE 1701. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Merchant Tailor TWO STORES. No. 64 Hotel, opp. New England Bak ery, and Hotel street opp. Hoffman Saloon. Suits Made to Order In the tates Styles. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. Clothing Cleaned, Dyed and Repaireo Ladies' Underwear SMUTS and CHEMISES Made toOrlerand Kept In Stock DRESSMAKING! Good Fit Guaranteed. Best Workmanship. Lowest Prices. L . SUN, NTJTJANU earPattahtSt. AVENUE Furniture Work a Specialty. AH Orders Promptly Executed. SING LEE TAI CARPENTER CONTRACTOR PAINTER . . . 548 King Street Honolulu, H. I. J, W, A. Redhouse Watch and Chronometer Maker. Plain and complicated watch work a specialty. Campbell Block Merchant Street Opposite Republican Office. J. M. VIVAS, RfiD HOTKEY PUBIilC. Poat Office Tane. Eonolaln. Tel. Xaln 115. P. O. Box 244. John R. Bergstrom Tuner and Eepairer of P"".jios and Organs with Bergstrom Music Co. SihIbIi, T. 8. T&Iffksee Mali 321. IT. 1ft. SHOT PHOTOGBAPBXB. FiKjf Fitrc, teiir likfwisi. Cor. Xanana sad Xukui SU. Telephoae White 301. : Jobbisg Promptly Attendee OSCAR SELLERS PLUMBING. 0ce aad Shop: Beretaaia. Near Alajpal Street Paayiag Station. SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY. S. K AEI & CO. Alakea street, near Rfcmrket Do all kinds of plomhlsg aad jebblsg. Stifctio CaM at the afeof er rise a by Those. oW No. k ifiia 132. ' BANAKDS it CO. CIRCUS OF VARIETIES JUST ARRIVED BT S. S. SONOMA. Located opposite Hawaiian HvteL SSMMENGIr. MONDAY, OCTOBER 14TH Comprising Lady and Geatktaaa Equestrians, Trapeze Artistes, AcroWta. Gymnasts. Contortionists, Perferatlac Dos3, Horses, Pontes, Moakrs, etr. Also, our three funny CIowm 2vtMV, Francois and Dummy. Rutdeat Brass Band and Rin? Orchestra. Also mz Star Musical Sketch Artists. Per farther paritculars see bUI prograais. Prices Dress Circle SI. 00 Family Circle 75 Gallery K) Children half price. Circus office for booking opposite Ha waiian Hotel. Business Manager: FRANK BEVBRLHX. WHY? Is It that the Singer Sowing Machines stand first throughout the world "today? Because they are th vory boat They bear the hall mark of Time th best judge of anything. If you wish to exchange an obsolete machine, we will take It as part payment on a new "SIngar." If damaged, send to us; our repair work guaranteed. Large stock of new machines on hand. Xnnnger. Masonic Temple I Hew Lot of Good Tools ! & SON'S SAWS, FILES DISSTON Fray's Ratchet Birch Bros'. Chisels and Gouges, Clark's Expansion Bits, Bus eel, Jennings, Auger k Co.'s Bits, Bailey's Iron Planes, Stanley Rules and Levels, Steel Squares, Coo's Monkey-wrenches, Engineers', Machinists', Blacksmiths', Carpenters' and Plumbers' Toole, Steel and Metallic Measuring Tapes, Surveyors Chains, Morrill's Saw Sets, Bench Stops and Cutting Pliers, Grindstones and Fixtures, Washita Oil Stones and Razor Stones, Screw Drivers, Kail Pullers, Nail Sets, Coppering Punches, Hunt's Axes and Hatchets, Butchers Cleavers and Steels, Drills, Chucks, Steel Letters and Figures, Post-hole Diggeretc The above articles must be sol. at the lowest Market Prices by the Hawaiian HariwareCo. Ltd HOXOLULr, H. I. irt Eiplorot Igency (JAPANESE AND CHINESE.) Kino Street : : : Cor. Alakea St Cooks, Walters, Servants, House Boys. Garden Boys, Stable Boys, supplied at a moment's notice. Contractors requiring men can obtain them through us. THE ALOHA SALOON TKHSX Br THEIHOX HTORKS. For a Gaerf, Taty Schooner OF 3BID3EI. HEMIC H.1S, PrtrWKt.