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HONOLULU STAK BULLETIN, RRtDAY, OCT. 11, 1912. y
TO GUARD AGAINST INFECTION
Iffll'GlilSINfllRAIIPIB
TIDES-SUrr AND MOON
Date
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Oft.
,-Torty-nlne days from South Ameri
can ports via Central America, the
Toyo Risen Kalsha liner Hongkong
Maru, with aNJarge general cargo of
products 6f these countries destined
for Japan; and China rides at anchor
off the harbor of Honolulu awaiting a
thorough fumigation at the hands of
4he ; United States Marine . Hospital
and" Public Health officials.
i)r. tTrotter, in charge of the local
ttatloi visited the Hongkong Maru
Immediately . on arrival ? of the Japan
ese Jirier this morning. Helosf .no
lime' In deciding that the vessel " go
Into Quarantine landing a fumigation
of h,er passenger and crew quarters.
' Tbe vessel comes from' ports along
(he ' Central and South' American
coast where yellow fever and other
InfocObuS diseases prevail.
OThtf local ; staff of Federal medical
officers are not taking any chance of
possible infection of this port through
the introduction of mospitoes.
: . The Hongkong TOaru Is to be
brought into the harbor, and will take
Jt'berth presumably at JHackfeld wharf
tomorrow morning, whj?re seven hun
dred and fifty tons coal will be plac
ed aboard before the vessel Is dis
patched for Japan and China.
The Federal customs officers did
not go aboard the "Japanese liner to
day pending the quarantine.
; The Hongkong Maru lis reported as
bearing a large, numbtr of Asiatic
steerage' passengers' to the Orient.
The" vessel has no cargo Tor dis
charge at this point
fca
American-Hawaiian ' Frfelahter . To
Carry CoaLH, ; ; v ;
; With the charter of'tworiiore big
carriers the Government has added to
its fleet of coal steamerB from Jtbe At
latftle to the"3ilare Island' (CaU Navy
Ycitlyf;Thr latest fixtures include the
steamer Texan or the" Amerlcan-Ha-wallBn
Company's" line and another
strainer of 7000 "tons dead weight
capacity: " For Optdber loading- tne
rTcxaii gets a rats of 17 and for Sen
. tember-October loading the other ves
sel is receiving $5.34. The Texan is
American and the second , carrier of
BritiBh registry. The government fleet
sow en route froni the Atlantic to the
Golden Gate consists of the British
steamer Ockley, from Newport News;
and the British steamers Strathearn,
Etralhdene and Stratblyon from Nor
folfc'.Tbe British steamersln the cpat
feet are already odder charter for ottt-
wkrd loading. , In : this trade ' a greatl
numoer 01 .strain -nners nave come
to this coast to carry lumber to the
Orient arid : Australia, $ the British
colony trade 'drawing most of them '
Sprsckels Charged High Torinkge Tax.
Cfustomsj Collector Frederick S.
Siratton ; has 1 requested JohQ i.
Spreckels to pay a tonnage duty of
$4116 on the Spreckels yacht Venetia,
In accordance with the requirement
that all foreign- htfilt yachta nmst pay
a duty in prop$rf ton to their, tonnage.
Spreckels suggested that it might be
well to wait for the decision of the
United ' States Supreme Court in a
; ctfse" now before it, in which 'the cori
stitutionallty. of the tax is at issue.
Thr matter was; submitted to the Sec
retary of Commerce1 hud' "tbor, who
.will await) the -Court's decision.
.
Schooner Compeer May Be
Tcttl toss, f r ti' ' "; ' V
-Tbev8chooner " Compeer, Captain
winters, is reported ashore at Bristol
Bay. The vessel, which is owned by
Olson Bros., was driven on the beach
at ' Jhe.; salmon canning station July
17 and according to advices the pros
pects df floating her are slim. The
Compeer left San Francisco in April
last and was anchored Ih Bristol Bay
when severe weather came on. The
moorings' parted and the wind and
tide sent the craft on the beach.
J5a
Crew Recruited, Sudors Sails.. N
'Destined for Tacoma, Washington,
there to load' grain for an European
port, the British bark Eudora, squared
ewajr this morning for the open sea.
The Eudora rode at anchor off the
port fof twenty-four hours' pending the
recovery of one or more sailors who
had managed to break away from the
vessel during the stay at this port.
The necessary men to man the ship
were forthcoming late last night and
the Eudora is now on the way to the
Sound in halast.'
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Iwalanl In And Out.
The Interisland steamer, .an arrival
from Hawaii ports this morning is not
destined to make a very long stay at
the port of Honolulu. The vessel re
turned with 25 held cattle and ? everal
packages eundries. The Iwalani is to
le dispatched for Kau ports this after
noon where a full shipment of sugar
awaits the arrlral of the coaster.
sa
Santa Maria Back With Oil.
Oil for the local branch of the 1'nion
Oil Company to the amount of 4M.0hi ;
"barrels besides about eight hundretl j
cases of petroleum has arrixed at Ho
nolulu with the American tanker San
to Maria. "
Captain Winnet reported a iair trip WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANT8
down from the coast. The v.eesel halls Merchant Nn Port
from Port Hartfod, twelve days be
iuu consumed in the trip.
The Santa Maria is expected will be
discharged and be ready for sea by
Sunday. ,
'
Pei sia FromThe Coast NearinjJ Port;
The Pacific Mail liner Persia' from
San Francisco is expected will arrive
ofr the port late this afternoon. Ac
cording to va late wireless received at
the agency of H. Hackfeld & Company
the Persia has eighty first and sixteen
second ' class passengers, proceeding
throttgh to the orient " '
The vessel will remain at Honolulu
over night and presumably sail for
Japan and China ports on. or about
nine o'clock Saturday morning
(Continued from rage 1)
suits of great value, and in securing
100 per cent more data relating to
tuberculosis in Hawaii can- now build
up. a machine of greater efficiency,
through being able to work more di
rectly agaifcst the evil than it for
merly did. .
"The objects of the present cam
paign will be two-fold, said Dr. A.
N. Sinclair, executive officer of the
league, this morning. "Primarily our
greatest desire is to get control of
all the tuberculosis cases in the Ter
ritory and place them under treat1
ment We will seek aid in doing this
In an extended campaign" of publicity.
How much this is needed can be un
derstood wlien it Is realized that sev
eral hundred cases of tuberculosis are
reported yearly throughout the Terri
tory that' the authorities know noth
ing of until the patients die and it
becomes - necessary to gey a death
certificate. ' r - ; " -A
"Secondly oar1 efforts will "be dl
rected against thoke" conditions breed
ing or encouraging tuberculosis. This
work Is of considerable more diffl
cnlty. There are prejudices to over
come, so-called property rights to
come in, conflict with, and other mat
ters, ' all , of i which 5 are 4 capable of
throwing great discouragement in the
way of the workers. We will at
tempt,' through , branches of .the sys
tem at present at 6uK service, to ob-
alleviate congested conditions where
.they eixst by affording plenty of op
''Woiiope to greatly-reduce the
prevalence of tuhefcttlosis -If we can
obtain the control of all "consump
tives, as I said before, for every pa
tient under treatment in a sanitarium
orwrho is being otherwise trained how
to conduct himself , with the least' pos
sible danger to his companions; is
that much danger removed from the
community at large. Medical science
teaches u that it is not impossible to
wipe out; this dreadful disease alto
gether, and it is our ambition and
hope" to place Hawaii in the front
rank of progress in this matter."
WATER MAINS TO BE
LAID: IN KAMI AM
' kalihl will have Its water mains
down Id the near future. This' is the
assurance given out from the Gov
ernor's office this morning, and prop
ertyowners feet that h big step in
the right direction has been taken.
The other day the executive com
mittee of the Republican county cen
tral committee held a conference with
the Governor, concerning the laying:
of mains in the Kaiulani tract, Ka
lihl, and this morning's announce
ment from the executive shows that
the conference has home the right
kind of fruit Work" will be started
immediately and rushed to comple
tion. "
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Five indictments, four of which are
brought against two men, were' re
turned "by the Territorial grand Jury
In its partial report to Circuit Judge
H. E. Cooper this morning. Two true
bills are returned against Hee Park,
a Chinaman arrested some time ago
and accused of assaulting ' girls less
than twelve years of age. Two true
bills also are found against' "Samuel
Kahl, held oh a charge of burglary in
the second degree. The other in
dictment names Tarn Ha and -accuses
him of assault and battery with a
weapon. All three prisoners will be
arraigned before Judge Cooper Mon
day morning- at 9 o'clock.
Coyne Furniture Co., have just re
ceived an assortment of the famous
Hongkong Furniture that is so popu
lar with the smart set of the Army.
The Peacock style of chairs and ott
nians are the swellest seen here. An
inspection most invariably means a
sale.
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Wind 6 a, m velocity 2, direction
N. E.; 8 a. m., velocity 1, direction N.;
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'The Republican campaign for both! The regular meeting of the Anti-Sa-Terri
tory and county will open with loon league was held yesterday after
ttrhat promises to be a banner mass . . .... v- t r a kuA
meeting at Aala park tomorrow noon in hal1' Y C' btti,d-
night. There is a long list of speak ;in5 at which several matters of bnsi
ers, each of whom will deliver a ness were taken UD and reports read,
rapid fire address on the vital issue The temperance situation with regard
of the campaign, and its relation to to the pol'tical campaign-was also d is
Honolulu and Hawaii. Twenty mln-1jcusse1-
utes is the longest time allowed any, In maIdnS his report of the work of
speaker, Kuhio being allotted that!tne ,caSue George W. Paty said:
time to talk to his constituents. Most! "The ordinance that the fish mar.
of the Bpeeches, though, are one-min-! kets should be screened has been put
uate snapshots, which will give the!into effect and we n" fee that the
crowd plenty of talent and not to0,f!sn and meat are not contaminated
many words i Dy tne es and other insects. But it
A special 'in viution is extended to,has also been most too much screened,
the ladies to come and heir all about certain Parts of it there are rooms
it.- and a score of handsome ushers w"ere Df.pi c. come ia ttDa "n
observed by the masses, and bring
their liquor and buy a few cakes to
go with it, and drink their bottles of
"square face"' as iflt"e're water. This
will see that there are seats for women;-which
are-: at -times -more im
portant! than votes for women.-'-; 6orii
'. 'ATI t ti di fifinfi'Tflin
iwd plcturea of -as handsome a bunccftalnly
of candidates as were ever gathered ! yj!??'?
iui i iic ucuciu ueincu uuui iuc sate
of a few cakes is not right " I was in
Anttoiinhietits:tiiade ti the Boara
of Health thls' toornln indicate that
plans for a; renewed and ? vitalitexl
anti-tuberculosis' campalgfl have been
matured and that work- along1 the
lines set 1' out - commenced several
Weeks" ago;; The ; AntiTdberchlosis
League is to direct the machinery, as
It has beeri-flolng, and the- board It
self and the - private- philanthropic in
stitutions which have become? -Indispensable,
such as the Palama Settle
ment; will figure largely. ; v . - ' i s
During , the past year, according to
statements by the directors, the anti
tuberculosis league rhar obtained re-
HF CHARGES
(Continued from Pafe 1)
W. C. PEACOCK i: CO, LTD.
FAMILY TRADE
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TJAS. H. LOVI)
The estimated value of the Terri
torial" landings structures onlyis
'ins.OOa'to' $200,000; the Territorial
funds invested during the oresenf
biennial period in- government land
ings approximate $56,80, and the cost
of. maintenance and repair for the
iame period has been $19,500. The
revenue from the government land"
ings on all these islands, which, as
already .stated are outside Oahu, is
nothing.- ;- -'.-: ;
ikt nine private landingsno' charges'
are' micdo to cyjnslgriees r at" -eleven
practidally "-nd buslriess is'ilone" otrt
side'5 that of the1 WfierB -of ; tmf lahd-Inics.-
ndi;tft twelve ? private landings
charges5' aje'tnade to xonngnees on
frelglifcd al-three' whereheral
freights' are15' hahdlfe w and chargfesi
made-rhe-lkndings show a loss toJ
thte'' dwfrers. " These test' three menV
tioned1!ire vat WaJniha, :i Kulculhae'le
orCrf'-TJ 1 vtlr:l J,:i liit!
At seveih' df these11 lanfllngii-f relght
is 'handled' 4 by ' cable ; 'froth 'fthlpfi HtA
shdfe at five a tonsrderaMe hAtil-on
latrff is1 Invbivedt twtv :ilA4 total
chhrgescoMe'cteor ahuf to'tJractlcal-!
ly nothing'; iTufd' atVhe; 'the lMhulut-
wharfr the charges are under the con
trol of the harbor colhmissiotiers, Who
sire planning to take this over by
purchase.
This deal, by the way, is held up at
present by a clause in the proposed
contract drawn by the commission,
which provides that the present own
ers the Kahului Railway, shall not
build another wharf and enter into
competition with the present pier in
case it is bought by the Territory.
This, the commissioners say, is ab
solutely necessary, as the railway
controls more than ninety percent of
all the freight passing to and fro
over the wharf, and should the rail-
waV sell the present wharf and then
erect another, giving the new one
all Its business, it would leave the
Territorly "holding the bag."
It is proposed that after the pur
chase of the present Claud ine wharf
at Kahului by the Territory, a new
bulkhead wharf shall be constructed
there; for the use of deep sea going
vessels, with the Claudine wharf left
for Inter-Island trade.
But little freight arrived or was tak
er, away in the anadian-Australian
liner Zealandia that passed through
hcnolulu yesterday from Vancouver
to Sydney by the way or regular ports
of call.
together under one ton" will be flash
ed" orftH screen. The rally will open
8 7:30 sharp. -
-Following is the list of speakers in
thtf ofuer In 'Which- they will be heard;
together with the musical interpola
tions .;.-!
fit W hitigle opens meeting and
presided. - r - - -'. .
; Chajf.--.Achi, Music, Sam Parker,
Geb.v8mithles. Jas. Bicknelll X. W.
Chtjatt David Kalauokalani,-- Jr.,
Capt: -Parker (Waipa) ' Chas;' Coster.
rMusicMCwh1tf, 0e6. -P. Rehtdii, J.
M. ' Dowsiett, AS8s - Kaleiapu, AV-D.
Cas,trd,-E.-'F.iParis:-I)avld K. NdUey.
Carlos -"A Long, - Andrew Cox, C. G.
Bartlett; O. N. Arnold;' Johii 3. Enos.
Mtisltf, S.' Lu 4 Desha," t. in- Cooke,
J. H; Boytf, A. Q. Marcellraoi-J. K.
Mamanoulu, Norman watklns. i - " -1
f llysic; Jiklge 'Davis, Chas. Kanekoa,
U. Hi Jone's, 8.- K.vMah66; Henry VI
erra, Ed KFernandeT, A. L. Castle,
Musio; (AJoha Oe). ,
the market a month or so ago and sat
at a table. In an inner room adjoin
ing were frrar Hawaiians sitting round
a table, two men and two women. In
the center of the table' sat a bottle of
gin. V Thesf -Hawaiians would' takeia
drink' around, eat a : few cakes,-, and
then drinkrTtgaln. T have had it re
ported to me as a very common hap
pening 'for, Hawaiians to get jlntoxi
cated in these places .
CORPORATION NOTICE'S.
NOTICE.
JUR Y IS TOLU
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Having been regularly nominated by
the Republican District and County
Convention for the office of Represen
tative, Fifth District, I respectfully so
licit the support of the voters in the
comiiig election: A ;
EDWIN K. FERNANDEZ. .
6364-tf
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Address all Communications "t Heaolila Star-Bnlletla, LtA, ITnsliU" T U1
nmwm
second llentehaats tb eommahd com
panies tat either of thes organiza
tions. ,
The officer who completes . the com
pauy i commanders' list In the First is
CapUln Campbell King, -while Captain
Charles S. Lincoln Is coming-to the
Second. They will arrtye on the No
vember transport,. - ' . . -
Ordnance' Sergeaht Lednldas. rtcr
saul has been ordered to Scbofield
Barracks where he will Join the post
non-com staff. had just been pro
moted out of the 25th Infantry, a color
ed regiment
Army orders received' here show
jthat two Infantry captains have1 been
ordered to their ' regiments at Scho-
fleld Barracks; from the" Army War
College and - this L means that for the
first time in-many years every .com
pany iri the First Infantry will he ta l: Mrs. Wni. Cromley charged with a
cbmmanded hv a captain! wTiile all but I statutory dffense wasTtfS66scifl a fine
one of the Second will be In the same cf thirty dollars' by Police Magistrate
stfcte. There is no'more cnance- for - Lanarch this morning.' :
. D. P. Kamauoha, attorney and for
mer surveyor of Napoopoo, Hawaii,
was the sole wftnegs-xamined durin
today's court session far the trial of
John Gomes - Henriques, accused of
murder in the first degree. "
, v-Kamauoha was one of seven or eight
eye-witnesses who 'were not actively
interested in the affray between the
Japanese and- the Henriques family, in
which Aoyama was killed at South
Kona on the evening of November 14,
1911 and shortly after the affair, at
the behest of Deputy County Attorney
W; H. Hean, Kamauoha drew a map
of the grounds,- showing the relative
position of the different persons when
the shooting1 occurred.
This map was produced this morn
ing; and for the first time the jury was
given a detailed narrative of the strug
gle: After his general story of the
battle he was questioned closely con
cerning" every detafl and every minute
item of interest in the case was re
lated: i mm
, A -Japanese named Uchi was placed
tnderafrest: by Superintendent Vielra
othe street' sweeping forces today
chat-fed rlth having dumped refuse
from tf Hbtel1 street building into the
h'ghway. The defendant was found
gcilty archargetr-aad-and contributed
fottf dollars' td' the city and - county
coffers.'1. -. -"-;:v ,--.c
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-Rachel Frttdenberg, charged with
ifisatiltL;ahdi'bStterf came up for hear
ing'1' at1 pbllde ourt this morning.
Rachel decided .to enter a plea of not
guilty aTiddeTnahdedi-jur3r trial. The
cafeehas "been committed to the cir
cuit -court' --
iflOcaPte''iluer' Olcrrffrto arrive
at Honolulu next jMonday morning will
bring the next ntalrfrom the mainland:
tOST.
Cheque for $7.50 payable to cash.
Signed E. E. Hartmann. Please re
turn to Bergstrom Music Co.
5364-2t
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PAYMENT OF WATER RATES
UNDER METER.
Miss Eleanore Peregrin, the nurse
who attended Walter Duryea, the New
York clubman, during twelve years of
k . W e AAA.
As provided by Act 112. Session
Laws of 1909, all persons holding wa
ter privileges under meter are hereby
notiDed that meter rates are due and
payable at the office of the Honolulu
Water Works, Capitol Building, on the
first days of January. April, July and
October of each year.
All meter rates remaining unpaid
witnin fifteen (15) clays thereafter,
shall become deliuquent and shall be
subject to an additional charge of ten
(10) per cent
Failure to pay such rates within
thirty (30) days after the same be
came delinquent, the water shall bj
subject to immediate shut-off without
further notice.
J. M. LITTLE,
Superintendent of Honolulu Water
Works.
Approved :
MARSTON CAMPBELL,
Snpef intendent of Public Works.
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