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HONOLULU STAB-BULLETIN, MONDAY,' AUG 5, 1912. '
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As a result of the largest liquor
raid ever made in Hawaii In which
over two thousand gallous of wine
lepresenting a value of $1640 was
confiscated. A. V. Dias will be tried
before Police Judge Monsarrat tomor
low morning on the charge of selling
I'quor without a- license at his home
in Palolo valley.
The haul was made at midnight
Saturday by a squad of detectives and
License Inspector Fennel, who had
made arrangements through an in
former for the purchase of four casks
of wine which were to be carted to
Wahiawa by dray. At the time spec
ified, the informer drove in with the
c!ray and the bargain was sealed.
Ab the $140 price agreed upon
was paid over, the license inspector
with the detectives rushed from the
barn., where they had been in hiding
and seized Dias and his wife before
the money, could be disposed of. Dias,
it Is said, seized a knife and attempt
ed to stab one of the detectives but
was overpowered and released by
The thirty-seven casks confiscated
are part of a shipment brought in by
Dlas some months ago. He was sup
posed to have returned the wine to
the . mainland, but Instead Is alleged
to have been secretly selling it )n Pa-
HERBERT FIGURES IN .
BIT-OF; HISTORICAL FICTION
A. Hurbert of Honolulu, one of the
pioneer notel men of the Hawaiian Is
landsarrived ; in the city . yesterday
and is stopping at the Bellevne. Hur
bert was proprietor of the old Royal
Hawaiian Hotel in 1871, when It was
destroyed by the only cyclone - that
has ever been known to visit "he Is-
landf.S. F. Chronicle. July 28.
The foregoing comes .within a mile
of identifying Allan Herbert; of Ho
nolulu, who left here . to attend the
Democratic ' national . convention - and
afterward go to - Europe, but was
taken ill on the way and retraced his
steps homeward. It is an entirely
new item of local history, that1 the
Koyal Hawaiian Hotel was 1 ever de
stroyed by; a cyclone. No cyclone
fierce enough; Io topple over a. build
ing , like that' , ever visited Honolulu.
A heavy- windstorm; : demolished ti
Honolulu .Theater, - however, ; whiUJy
stood near; me noteu Tne , mairr
building of the : latter is still stand-
Ing, apparently as staunch, as -when it
was erected; y; $ i
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land this ' morning was an Invitation
from the President and Mrs. JTart, re-
qnestlng the presence ofGovernor and
Mrs. .Frear at the white House Aug
ust 1, at l o'clock and at the; lunch
eon to-, be - served" there at 1:30 p. m;
the same day. It was an? invitation
to witness the ceremony of formally
nctlfying Taft if his , nomination by
the . Republican party as presidential
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Senator So Busy Defending
Himself Had Little Time
Left for Committee
(By C. 8. ALBERT.)
Speeta Star-Bulletin Correspondence
WASHINGTON, XX. C, July 19.
The elimination of William Lorimer
from the senate has proven a tem
porary disadvantage to Hawaii, but in
the end will be vastly beneficial. He
was chairman of the Committee . on
Pacific Islands and Porto Rico, which
handles, all matters pertaining to Ha
waii. The trouble was that Mr. Lori
mer spent a major portion of his time
in Chicago, or was busy defending
himself when In this city. It became
almost impossible to secure a quor
um of the committee and all bills in
which the Territory wj interested
became mildewed in pionholes.
As illustrative of this point, the bill
passed by the House, granting a
franchise for Leland S. Conness and
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VILt BE HELP T& HAVAII -WEfflPLEI Wmmqmh
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associates to construct a street rail
road in' South Hilo went to the com
mittee. A quorum could never be se
cured to act on it. The clerk polled
the committee and a favorable report
was based on this countings of noses.
The favorable report was in Mr.
Lorimer's pocket, awaiting presenta-
' Dementia Americana, the phrase
made famous by Attorney Delphin
JDelmas, who used it to characterise
American chivalry in his defense of
tion to the senate, when the verdict Harry Thaw in 1907, was denounced
of exclusion removed him from fur-, by, the Rev. Prank J. Goodsneed ot
ther legislative acts. The report was
turned over to Senator Clapp and
laid before the senate. The house bill
was recommended without amend
ment. While no suggestion has been made
regarding Mr. Lorimer's successor as
the Oakland Presbyterian church in
his sermon on "How to Make a Great
Race," delivered before: ovet, a' thou
sand people assembled at the Bijou
Theater yesterday evening.'
. The ; attitude of the people during
the famous trial, the-publicity given
chairman it seems certain somebody D'y yHow press," and the ie
will be selected who will take mre!lnaaM nimseir were denounced in
Interest in committee work and at
tend more faithfully to the matters of
moment to Hawaii. All the Republi
cans on the committee have assign
ments of more importance, and some
outsider must be designated as chairman.
CAMPAIGN AGAINST FRUIT FLY
H AS MARKED EFFECT, HE SAYS
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Director Giffard Makes Report to Agriculture and Forestry
Board-rlirges Free garbage Collection System a Need
ed to Successfully Combat Pest
The Delmonica, 134 S. Beretania.
Everything new and sanitary.
Kalihi Express Stand, Beretania and
Smith Sts.; Tel. 2696. All kinds of
express and draying. Charges just.
W. M. Giffard, director of the fruit
fly v campaign, is pleased to report to
the commissioners of agriculture and
forestry "that during the past two
months there has been a gradual' but
marked improvement' in the, condition
of infestation throughout the area of
Honolulu. covered by existing regula
tions. - The same may be said, . in a
measure, of portions of outside,-but
adjacent territory. In the latter" in
stance the apparently improved con'
dition may to some extent' be dud to
the few wild ' guava at present in
fruit, although the mountain' apples
in the valleys, which', are 'now' in. sea
son, show very ? little, if any, inf esta
tion-at- all; The Improvement in Ho
nolulu' gardens is undoubtedly due-id
part to a better and more general co
operation on- the part of householders;
who are now taking more : interest in
the work' of the campaign and: partic
ularly i in the . proper f disposition of
theirs fallen fruit V.
Daily Clean Up Needed.
"Very much better results would
be obtained if the whole community
combined in an every-day 'clean up'
and thecity and county; government
uuuiu, in) prevtuiea upon io aaopi me
daily free garbage system throughout
thecity and suburbs, which 1 have
'strenuously advocated: since the be
ginning - of ' .the campaign. Credit
however, should be iven ;the county
supervisors for having cooperated W
our campaign work to the extent that
the Incinerator was again placed in
commission at -the service of the Dub
lie after having been closed, down durt
ing a Jong period. Had it not been
for the ; effective 'destruction of the
large quantities 'of . fruits taken to the
incinerator by the garbage depart
ment, and ; the additional , service ? of
special outside transportation arrang-i
ed for by the board of -agriculture
the outcome of the campaign at this"
time-would have been obviously dif4
Xetent . As It is, there is, as already!
stated, room for much .improvement-
in the garbage transportation system
wy h, however,; can. hardly by reme
dlea- until this is made free to all." -
Spraying Fruit Trees.
Mr. Giffard' states; that since his
previous report a special corps of In-i
spectoro under the immediate supert
vision of Mr. Weinland has continued
spraying with; Mally's arsenate of lead
solution areas of fruit trees in local
gardens He' mentions the day of ap
propriation bills in Washington, sayi
ing it was- expected - they would- have
favorable attention before adjourn
ment of Congress - this month; . and
adds: "In the meantime the depar
ture from Washington of the repre1
sentative (Dr. Back); of the U. S. Bal
reau of Entomology has been indent
nitely postponed. Advices received
by me from the chief of the bureau
state that Dr. Back will leave just as
soon as Congress finally passes , the
appropriation bills referred to."
Mention is made of manv com
plaints regarding a peculiar condition
affecting a very large percentage of
mango fruits ' this season. In' the
earlier parts of the season It was sup
posed that a decay of the fruit on
the trees .was caused by the fly. Ex
periments in the laboratory, however;
bhowed that the fly had nothing to do
with it, nor was the particular form
of rottenness caused by a fungus dis
ease as originally suspected. In every
case "it has been found that the seed
was attacked by the mango weevil.
This diagnosis has been corroborated
by the U. S. experiment station."
Insular conditions of infestation re
main the same, Hilo, Puna and Kau
being the only districts in which the
fruit fly has not been observed. In
spections on the other islands Mr. Gif
fard regrets are not what they should
be, but there are reasonable excuses,
among the principal ones being a lack
of funds and the absence of law mak
ing is legally possible to search the
passenger and his baggage when em
barking on or disembarking from in-
terisland steamers without a search
"Even at this moment," Mr. Giffard
says, "the district of Hilo has prac
tically thrown up its hands and the
inspection work at its main port is
not now being carried out as effi
ciently as it should be because of the
alleged impossibility of controlling
the thoroughfares leading into that
means of either the Kohala belt road
or through one of the Hamakua ports.
It is, therefore, quite naturah to sup
pose that in ;a very Bhort time; the
Trult fly"' will ' be found ? throughout
Hilo and it will then only be a mat
ter of a few months before' It passes
through Puna- into- the Kau districts
: Mr. -Giffard argues that' the .only
thoroughly "effective Inspection would
be one' conducted' by Federal officers
under U. S.-laws. "For; reasons pre
viously explained," he says' later, "it
has i become - necessary to modify, the
existing- regulations of quarantine on
certain- fruits and vegetables which
it may be necessary to transport from
one Infested island or district' to an
other." The Governor has been , re
quested to amend. the. three' regula
tions on the subject, rand the matter j
is' now delayed owing to Ihe desire
of the administration to embody the
three into one. - ?
Silvestrl on Way. , '
The" latest information from Dr.
Silvestrl . is ; that he is now well: on
his way, to the section' of Africa
where he hopes to meet with a meas
ure of success; . in his.; search . for aA
effective parasite on the Medlterra1
nean;1 fruit ; flyahd cotton boll worm.
Airangements ,xere,made' 'through
Governor:; Frear ' and the State De
partments at .Washington so that Dr.
Silvestrl might receive : credentials
from and the backing; of the several
European nations -in control' of sec
tions of ' the African continent where
no uncertain terms by the divine.
who used the incident as an introduc
tion to his argument that In the de
velopment of a great many and of a
great race, environment' played a
stronger part than heredity. j
"As far as the meaning of the
phrase Dementia' Americana goes,; it
is all right," declared, the preacher,
"meaning the' chivalry or the Ameri
can citizen, which! leads him i to' pro
tect the good name of his- household
and' his children from vice," but In
this instance1 it ? was all wrong.-, ,
"Dementia 'Americana, "in the in-"
stance where it was used by the fa
mous San Francisco' attorney, meant
lack of parental training, contempt of
school discipline, .and, violation' of all
moral and physical laws. It was used
to excuse the crime of a degenerate,
a moral pervert, and the female with
whom he was mixed up. ' . , ?
"It was aided by, the filthiness- of
the yellow press, .a misdirected' pub
lic' sentiment, and money against de
cency. - It : cost -thousands of ; dollars
to get the first disagreement, of . the
Jury and as a crying example of the
influence - of.- a mansP thousands
against right and. justice" said Dr.
Goodspeed. . "
Tht preacher" then V introduced the
question s as to whether Thaw's : de
generacy, was due to heredity or en
vironment, and said , that, if -he' were
to be asked the question whether the
making' of a character was -due' to
surroundings ahd; training or,- was
transmitted ; fromt the blood of. ances
tors' her would have to answer In the
ainrmativei in.1 both instances 'T--H-'
v The v preacher i took up the subject
of eugenitsthe' sfciericd of birth and
of race progress thrbughr progressive
conditions and declared that the mak
ing" ofrgreaf men sufch as' Luther,
Knox. Calvin . Washington ; Michael
Aneelo and Raphael; necessitated the
taking up of the ' making of manhood !
as- our chief business-, and concern .
showing the new
arid dmon them
The VP O O L E1'
model is one 6the
hest styles ever
presented. For the
Business man wtio
has the desire for
is, to our mind, a? '
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
JUDGE ORDERS ' GIRL -
.TAKEN' FROM UQTHER
.As a re8ultof 'charged ma!de br res
Sdenta of the' Kapahulu . district ; that
a seven-year-old child .was forced, to
t'ane'e without' her; clothes l and' be ah
accessory to ; variousl : revolting : acts ;
cerformed by her elder sister before
thri ftThlnrer Ik liable to meet with ! ft crowd Of drunken' soldiers and sail-
difflculties of one kind or another un- orsj Judges Whitney; of the Juvenile
less armed with the proper official ' Court, . has ordered the mother to ap
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ther obtained it for at gbod: and lawful
consideration, a condition which the
Sugar Trust denies. The Sugar Trust
owns $5,100,000 worth of stock iri the
New Jersey Company, an x if the
courts pancel Havemeyef s ' stock' the
trust will come in control. '
SAN FRANCISCO, July 30 E. F.
Huttoh & Co.'s wire carried the fol
lowing yesterday. !
Horace Havemeyer says formation
of Welch, Havemeyer & Fairchild.
Inc., has no speciaj significance, arid
that It has been 'organized' merely to
near before hintlwith the' child this
afternoon and s show-.cause". 7 why j it
should not be taken from her.
v According to , Judge V Whitney, 'the
'ccts charged1 to haVe occurred at t the
house were perpetrated i in the ab
sence of the mother who is a widow,
and is. forced tbv bet away at; work
during the day. The elder sister,
who? is vrell khown to the: police; 'isr
oVer eighteen years of age and - is de
clared by neighbors to. have, forced
the child' into connivance Trith her.
For; the; past few weeks persons' re-riding-near
the house.: which : is ;iit
the district lying between Kapiolahl
Park' and ,kaimuki haver been - ahle
to Bee what was going on in the house
as no' attempt at concealment was
made by the inmater arid' complaints
were made to Miss Rose, Davison of
the Humane Society, the probation of
ficers and' Judge Whitney himself!
These complaints resulted, in Judge
Wkltriey ordering a squad of detec
tives, together with one of the court
probation officers to take the child
operate cane sugar plantations in the
PhUippines and in Hawaiir The firm snway from the place laslf , Saturday
charter is rather broad, but there Is ( afternoon: She was brought to the
no plan abroad either to enter refln- judge's office and a short while after
ing business or comome witn Ar- .tne ntother and sister arnvea at me
buckle. H. p. Havemeyer estate owns
important holdings-' in- Cuban, Ameri
can and Cape Cruz sugar companies.
SHOW PROSPEROUS YEAR
That the last year has been a pros
perous one for the citizens of Oahu
generally is indicated by the figures
now being compiled in the tax asses
sor's office preliminary to sending out
notices to tax delinquents. While
definite figures are not available, As
sessor Wilder says he believes there
will be fewer delinquents than last
year, which was an exceptional per
iod in the small number of delin
quents. Generally the delinquents are the
small property holders, the laborers
and builders of small homes. An In
creasingly large number of small cot
tages has been constructed in the
last twelve months on this island, yet
the" number of those who have failed
to pay up within the prescribed time
is less than before.
Notices to delinquents will be sent
out withni the next few days, and
those failing to pay Heed wmill later
lie summoned into court as defend
ants in tax suits.
V- THE RAINS' CAUSE THE', GtUSSTO G ROW AND Till":
; FEED; MAKES v THE FATv vf OUR U FILV ?S FRO 11 A Z ' . J
TION. NOT. MET BY : THE DROUGHT. COME IN AND THY
HEILORON 4 LOUIS
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women's garmtnt cleaning 8atifetion-guaranted.
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Prof. Bairos, who for several weeks
has been displaying the tuberculosis
exhibit on Kauai and delivering lect-uies-
on the subject, was expected to
ffir and nrotfested against the
child's being taken away without no
tice. Judge Whitney then consented
to allow the child to return- home
with its mother on condition that
both mother and child- appeaf before
him this afternoon..
N0RGAARD TELLS OF
Veterinarian Norgaard, in his re
lorts for June and July, has consid
erable to say on the dog quarantine.
In June there arrived ten dogs, twoj
beine transients belonging to theatri
cal shows. Twenty-two dogs were' in
quarantine, practically filling Up the
station. Another man was needed to
help the animal quarantine station
keeper, as besides the canines there
were more than a hundred large ani
mals there. The dogs quarantined at
Schofield Darracks had been visited
regularly once a week and all ap
peared to be doing well. Under the
subhead of rabies. Dr. Norgaard says
in his July report:
"A totai of 191 ownerless and stray
dogs have been caught and destroyed
in the gas chamber in the jail yard.
"From reports received from the
health authorities of California and
Oregon, it appears that rabies is'
spreading steadily and the Board's ac
tion in enforcing a strict quarantine
against all dogs coming from or
through infected countries would
.iherofer seem fully justified."
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return to Honolulu today having com-j
pleted his tour of the island. He prob-f i Photo-EnjjraTlnfir of highest irrade
district from Hamakua, where the ably will leave for Maui with the ex- j ean be secured from the Star-Bulletin
pest has already been admitted bytubit next Friday. l'hoto-EngraTing Plant. .
SPRECKELS HEIRS WILL BATTLE HERE,
DISAPPEARING SEARCHLIGHT FOR OAHU, . '
HAWAII ON "MOOSE" RbLL-CA"L'C: ; :' :'
QUEEN GIVES VASES TO ARMY CHAPEL, .
TERRITORY WINS WAILUKU TAXATI0M FIGHT,
CHINESE MOTHER HELD FOR MURDER, 1 ;
LIQUOR MEN WANT LAWS UNCHANGED, ;
GOV. WILSON ON COMMISSION GOVERNMENT ;
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