CITY O17 MONO KONO. It I. -(III. of tli. Mini Vnliaalllilul Vpol. au h- lltnl... In tplte of nil the precautions that have been taken, the perfect sanitation sanita-tion of tho city, tho flno natural drainage, drain-age, tho cleanliness of tho streets, Hong Kong, sai tho Iloston Tran-tenpt, Tran-tenpt, Is one of tho moit unhenllhfill epota on tho globo With Ha tropical heat, tho lofty peaks that half encircle It catch the clouds that the rapid evaporation evap-oration create, the floods of rain pouring pour-ing down In streaming torrents Tho houses lack light, although thoy nro built as well aa they could be, with perforated ceilings, through which tho air circulates, admitted from openings pierced In tho outer walls, the floors are brilliantly waxed, carpets owing to tho great dampness being dlnpente.1 with. The great dltTiculty Is to secure light and proper ventilation, the streets are very nirrow, nnd the tow-erlng tow-erlng walls of buildings opposlto oh-ttruct oh-ttruct tho light In front, whllo nt the rear the courtt or terraces crowdd with foliage cast a hoavy shado from that direction In tho gardens while Plants flourish luxuriantly, there Is no grata, but tho ground Is green with moss, Just nt It grows In damp, shady placet In cooler climates Tho heat and tho great humidity are destructive destruc-tive to health, and It la doubtful It there Is a tingle normal liver In th.) wholo of Hong Kong I'ngllah women who come out with cnmploxlont of cream ana rotes grow thin and aal low; tho iloug Kong complexion It a Uartllng graylth green, and tho old resident hat, with lilt pallor, dark blulth circles under tho eyes. Tho least exertion Inrludei enhauitlng per-aplratlon, per-aplratlon, and people become, gaunt and thin.