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CONDITIONS IN THE FISHMARKFJS
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I raid It fu U.o Star-Bulletln. It
ainst he so.
Hut one rift appeared in the lut a'
the meeting of the board of supervis
ors last night. It came, wid. ned for
a time and then disappeared in the
pet feet harmony of au unanimous
vote. by whi'h the board' dec i Jed to
buy a steam roller. While it lasted' i'
promised to cause a lot of discord in
the sweet tones of the usual board
gathering, but after Mr. Wolter had
said his say and Mr. Petrie had told
the board that now that the road com
m it tee had done its part the board
could go ahead and do what it pleas
ed; after three of the members of the
board had voted kanalua the measure
passed and the ship of state sailed
out on untroubled waters.
But if the board managed to escaoe
ructions there seems to be trouble
aplenty storing up for the gentle folk
who do business in the local fish mar
kets. Doctor Wayson appeared on the
warpath against them in a letter to
the board last night. The doctor sug
gested that the board of health and
the board of supervisors pay a visit to
the unsavory locality and see for
themselves what the conditions there
really are. To this Mr. Wolter of the
health and sanitation committee lent
his enthusiastic support, declaring
that the market is filthy and a con
stant menace to the lives and stom
achs of the good people of Honolulu.
W. C. Achi submitted a map of a
tract of land near the Queen's hospital
which he wishes to sell the city as a
site for a hospital. The presentation
of the map brought on a discussion in
which it was generally admitted that
the. hospital was needed and that the
legislative committee of the supervis
ors should ascertain what can be done
in the way of territorial aid.
Mr, Wolter declared that the city's
bill for care of the sick is increasing
by leaps and bounds, and that other
counties are acquiring the habit of
shipping their sick here for treatment
at the expense of this ciry. He declar
ed that the city must he rat-proofed
and cleaned uu.
Supervisor Ix heco withdrew his
ordinance intr;.h: ed at a previous
meeting, repealing the new 'plumbing
t.rdinai.ce. Me said he had been mis
taken as to th sentiment of the
ioard in the matter and that there
was no use continuing a fight against
Petrie inuuired of the deputy city
attorney as to the powers of the road
committee in ordering the building of
ridewalks. When informed, he re
marked that some would be ordered
in under the ordinances very shortly.
Supervisor Petrie . taking up the
ouesfion of the framinc of a bill pro
viding for a frontage tax to be pre
sented to the legislature, asked Dep
uty City Attorney Milverton if the
city attorney's office could not draft
Mich a measure, inasmuch as it would
be in the interest of the city.
Milverton replied that such a thing
was no part of the city attorney's
duties, and Petrie thereon asked for
a written opinion as to the power of
the supervisors to hire an attorney to
draw this and such other bills in the
interest of the city as might be sug
gested. It appears that the legislative com
mittee of the supervisors met with the
senators and representatives-elect as
to securing the passage of bills de
sired, and it was suggested by the
latter that the city attorney draw up
the bills as desired by the supervisors
and the senators and representatives
from Oahu would do their best to get
them through. Milverton last night
gave an off-hand opinion that the city
can hire outside legal aid if it decides
this is necessary, and it is probable
that this action will be taken and that
the attorney so engaged with the leg
islative crrrri(toe will see to the
framing of the bills and their presentation.
FRANZ MOHNLAR'S SENSATION OF TWO CONTINENTS
PANAMA CANAL PICTURES TO FLASK
ON OPERA HOUSE SCREEN TONIGHT
Beautiful pictures of the Isthmus of
Panama and the great canal which
Uncle Sam is building down there are
to flash on the canvas screen at the
Hawaiian Opera House night, when
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kemp give their
final lecture here, before starting in
serious work of gathering material
and pictures of Hawaii for a lecture
they are planning to give on the main
land. Tickets for tonight's lecture;
are on sale at the rooms of the pro
motion committee, and from all ac
counts are going fast.
To those who have seen the other
lectures given by Mr. Kemp it is un
necessary to tell of the wonders of
the colored slides and the moving pic
tures he has made for his lectures.
They are life itself, stolen by the
camera and imprisoned on the glass
of the slide by thie master of his
craft. Nothing like them has ever
been seen in Honolulu. In no sense of
the word are they "magic lantern
slides." Rather they are paintings,
the coloring of which raises them into
the realm of "real art.
Every one has been interested for
years in the great canal, the most stu
pendous engineering undertaking of
the age, yet few have had or will have
an opportunity to see for themselves
what are the ''difficulties, what the
euccess in overcoming them, the en
gineers of the government under Col.
Goethals are dally facing and subdu
ing. Here on his slides, Mr. Kemp
tells the whole story of a fight won
against superhuman odds, of disease
beaten back, of the forces of nature
made to help in the work of defeat
ing themselves,? of the coming triumph
of American brain and brawn. If the
building of the Panama canal is an
epic of the twentieth century, then
the slides of Mr. Kemp are fitting il
lustrations of the . poem, written in
steel and dirt.
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HEN AND RELIGION WORK TO
GO TO SHOPS AND FACTORIES
At the final meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Men and Re
ligion Campaign it was voted to turn
the Community Extension work over
to the Y. M. C. A. The association is
organizing a special committee and
plans are being made to hold meetings.
in all of the shops and factories of the
city as well as the outlying districts.
When the Men and Religion teams
started out for the series of campaigns
last year they had only five messages.
After a month in the field the teams,
by unanimous vote, added a sixth
message in community extension. It
made an instant appeal to practical
men and large results were seen in
Community extension work was first
begun in 189S by the Y. M. C. A. in
Cleveland. In that year they held
weekly meetings in twelve sliops.
These meetings were so successful
that the following year the Associa
tions ail over the country held simi
lar ones. From this beginning the
work has become one of the import
ant features of the Y. M. C. A. campaign.
Last year was the largest in the
history of the work. In the states
286 different associations renorted
meetings held in 929 shops and fac
tories with a total attendance of one
million and a half. Detroit held the
largest of meetings with Los Angeles
The large growth of the work has
! been due to the Dlan of organization
that the association has followed.
Each shop organized is turned over
to one man generally a layman who
assumes full charge of all details of
the work. He is assisted by a speaker
and a man in charge of the music.
The work has proved to be the kind
of work that the average business
man is interested in and finds he
The Y. M. C. A. committee in
charge are making plans large enough
to cover the entire local field. Lloyd
R. Killiam, who is giving consider
able time to this work, reports that
noon meetings will be started in sev
eral places during the next week and
that a Gospel Team will be organized
to hold its first meeting at Kalihi on
A section of the great Amur railroad I for use about the time of the Panama- Jftoto-EagrtTlfig of klfettt ffrai
of Russia will be soon opened for tram? Ptciflc celebration. The road .will , tai be aeeortd froa ti 8UrEUa
The entire construction will be 'ready I coit $400,000,000. Pfcete-EarniTlag Flaat
Prof. The. B. Stiim&a,
M. S Ph. D.
The weil-known research
Cueimst of Steveus ln.mti;ut.
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ands of times has, indeed, a remarkable significance.
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ful suggestion to nerve sufferers everywhere.
It mc::r.; thr.t t!u:c who are fc!inth a depres
sion z?A douh: t!:Lt accompany an impoverished
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