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J. i. SILVA'S
Kauai and the
World s Tress Congress
There soouiij tibc no doubt I'l. t.
some, If not of the tl.'H'ji;.! (. . to
iho World's I'ics-i Coiipi'eK.i, to li"
hold in Honolulu, will come to Ka.iai
if invited. Judo L. A. 1 uckey. pres
ident of the K:iuai Chamber of Ciin
merce, 10. rived the following lev:'
lunci.'i'iiiag iliciu lUis iiim niii;; u .n
the 80 rutary ol the Hawaii m i
lands ijxetuuw; t'omin it ice :
liO.NOI.Li.L, Auk. '''.--i'lie. i'1'1 ;
dent, Kauai ('ham')ei' ni Com : 11 r -.:,
Dear iiir: 1 have to iafoi Hi t.:t
that altiioutj'h every clfei'l inc., I en
niudo Ij urraugo lor ucli sum': .i
anuiiimouauoM.; as would r.i.'ke ii
posKihii; lor u ve ,. el to be. lmvd ui
iii;iko a eoiapi chi'iiive trif. flu-o
oui ail the riaii.!-. of the K'. oap I a!.--,
lira been found to bu ii.ipiisibie.
'i lie muj.ri'iiy ol tile d. icval. v, 11!
arrive' here or the Mat o:iia '
has l;.:c.i n'uj-date i 24 hoars, so in :
'.'111 ft' October. Tll-1 .' la I villi.: ii:
ihe-i m;!:.t; a t;'.:t;ia! t; i i : ,:
here early on I be ill. 1 o
12lll '-'or v.ivihviiul :.lt,'t;!.'ii, tv..m
naid .'.;; i: raid u iim r a: 1 i!av..i i, ; ,
riviiiL, at iii!o in'; .. ,iae e'.a a.
L'aV;:, 1 1 i 1 r on the jii.,bt oi
Llth, Ilia v- -val v:i! iv::ar. al I' . :
ili'ld '.Jn of tin- lath, ii ni .
al i .ouoi'.il'i ln-xf UK rn;: .;. h.ie ; ..
ioa.l:; lior eaii'.o aiid .'.'ill iv.y ; .
San I'ra'aci co o.i s(.l:; dale on : '
irjsdu..-, Unli in ilie in irnii I
'l'ha ol'i'ii in .-es--.on.i .( the a
.".ivss will tii. n co::isii'.nc! tiH'i v..;.
oeeuiiy i:l)o;:t live r.r aix ;.. .. i
'! he niajtii'iiy of tlie (leieJU.te-, w ii
.'eluil. to the mainland on th" S. ...
iMaui, leavinr, here on .Noveiuocr Z,r
and tliere i;;, tiierefore, no rea r
whatever why noiae of vlvin tn. lo.. .!
al'.ould not visit the Garden 1. !ai d.
It I:; cartainly tho v.'isli anil ho;e m
our I'Xe.jutive coainiitieu that iii:s
amy hu (lone. They would of ljui .
niive to so over by in. er inland in.;;;
mil return by liie Lain;: method. J'r.v
main robleia, so tar as I se ; ii,
is one of hotel aeconinioiiatioi'.-. ha.
lliai would bo entirely u; to :.a.'..r
organization tu un'ar..:-,e.
'I'he hysten! Ui'cn which the v.; l i
ons islands luive decided to v.uik is
that the iipiiroj.riaui n of .a.i'ue -,i
aside by the territorial yovenuueai
lor the I'ress t'ongres shall be is
puidetl in ways Unit will be ol dlria t
benefit to tiie territory us a whole.
Voa are. probably aware lb an-
piopijiiou was siuidii.Hl with a i '. 1
er under which v.'e are prohilit ;i
from snenuin.i; one cent of iiie mon
ey in trai'siMH.itioii.
The various islands, tiierefore, in
stead of inal.iiii;' a contribution to
the common pool liuva decided that
they w.!l take, caie of tl: :ir enter
tuinnienU for their island and bear
tile co..t of all Lllfli r.: r.'.n:;em-. -ats.
As the delegates will i,.: here np
l'i oxima lely three weoK.i you will
notice that by far Uie greater ior
lion of the expense will have to be
borne by Ouha. .Veveriheless, lo a
void I'oiifusion we are re..dy to r.yree
to this course.
1 think therefore, that it you have
any plans in view for eir ii lainini;"
any of I ho UV.egaie.s lo lie: i'ress
(loiiKrcs.', your best plan v. auld ho
to figure uion soiae cx;ieditina or
entertaiium lit to fit in bet we. -a suy
ihe ;!rd of October and the 1st of
November which should ni.ii.e it pos
sible tor delegates lo come by cither
of two boals.
Wo shall have a very !i -;:vy pro
gram for them h.re but. arc fi.nn in::
on leaving delegates al leisi two
days of leisure in which to attend
to their correspondence and o fol
low their own inelinaliou. e ie
lieve that one of the fa all. -j "i our
ho:-pHalily has been th.it, our :;uesi;.
inner get a moment to ;n; sic .elves.
Voa may roht ns.-urei, I'l.e wc will
eo operato with you fro. a this end
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII
PREPARING FOR BUSY YEAR
Registration for the 14th annual
session of the University of Hawaii
is progressing steadily and It is now
certain that thero will be na even
greater increase in tho number of
students than has occurred in any
previous year. Already over 70 per
mits have been issued to matriculate
as' candidates for degrees. The fresh
men class last year numbered 77.;
the pereeediiiK year it was 52, and
tho total number of regular students
lllfi; in 1018-19 it was 40, and the
total number of regular students US.
From present indications this year's
freshman class will ran well over
100, and the total number of regular
students close to 250.
Of the 73 permits already issued,
the majority have gone to. students
from Honolulu schools, 20 are from
l'unuhou, 30 from McKinley, G from
Mills, and two each from lolani and
the Honolulu Military Academy.
Eight have already entered from the
Ililo high school and at (least tea
more are expected. Two are from
Maui. Several are entering fioin
mainland schools, as f.ir removed
us Washington, 1). C Indiana and
A somewhat larger nuinU'r than
usual are transferrins from otlfr
colleges and universities: Tufn, Vahv
Stanford, University of California.
Stanford, University of Washington,
Maiji university all being represent
ed. Registration days are Monday and
Tuesday, September 12 and 13. All
persons desiring to enter at ih.it
time either as regular or as special
students, should make application at
once. Members of th committee
on entrance may be found at tii
university every morning, or applica
tion blanks will be forwarded on
in every possible way. V.'e are ,
taiuly very desirous thai a., "a
delegate.; as pos.-ibie ihali h.e.e
real joy of viaitin;; ynar !.!.
hind i. nd int; uie h u ; (
prc'ivss and (levelopi'.i :! ryi: ji:
As soon as I receive i I ' di s nl i
you a list of the .!(... . that j
: lc -it'll you (!' are o i.iv'i :sv .pe
dal members you will be ; hie to do
so. 1 do liie thii.U !'.: (;.. t 1 ne nt
AaOiinolille Club, which Is placing
prai lb ally all of its cars with driv
is at ;mr service.
I shad b-: extreiiudy glad lo give
yea any information In my power
and lo ha of every possible assist
a'K" to you.
Yours very truly,
L. W. VIS-NORTON,
Executive Secret:' ry.
KAUAI MILCH COWS
(V If. Sueeey, entomologist for
h" Hawaiian' Sugar l'laiiters Associ
ation, was one of the members of
i In: I niversily o Hawaii extension
'. ;ro ap t'r.t gave lectures on Kauai
;i'in;( linee l.ionihs ago. While ho
was on this Island ho saw a nam-
ar if bullies on dairy cows. In the
r. lo'viie; ariiele in tho Planters'
;l void, he tells of tho control of
Whil.: on the Island of Kauai, May
to T, i:i21, 1 saw cows with war
oi. s oi tie Ir backs, in darlen on two
Hii' -rent sui'ar idaiitnl ions. .In one
of dairies only a very few were
ei)..ered bat in another dairy sov
.e ii -if the cows were infested with
v. .'ride.--. One cow had halt a, doz
en oi' ihem.
I'l.'.l cmv.i had lately (four to
en: lis previously) been import
in Iho mainland, and no doubt
'-.ere iaiesic'l with tho warbles be-ii-
C:ey were shipped. Different
'!. v. ho hav" ha 1 more or less to
do 'ih eati'e: for some years said
ilu.1 ' hay had never found any of
ha . a rides in cattle raised on Ka
a. . ileucc ll an he inferred that
:n: fly h.s not become established
her.-, ihou.;,'u it may have had op-
porii'.ni' e:s to do so fiom cattle taat
v. re already infested when import
ed. No doubt this has occurred many
times similarly to the present in
; :. '.net's. m
As the warble maggots may ' be
resent in lin.ir host for several
v ' . - a or a few months without de
veloping sufficiently to bo noticeable
it is easily possible that infested
iiiv..; coul'J be brought in without
it being known till later on, when
iae m.Kp.ol .t hud developed enough
:o produce the lumps and ulcers on
lira ..Uiiiials' backs.
ibis pest is a large fly, somewhat
..letiii to the bot-lly of the horse.
Like it. the adult fly lays its eggs
on the hairs of tho host animal, us
ually on the shoulders, front, legs
near the heel, or other parts where
;!:ey wi'l be licked by the animal
and thus gain i nt ranee by way of
me i-aoirh. The young maggots bore
(hrcu;;ii the wail of the .gullet, and
gradually work their way through
the tissues up the back, where t'uey
finally grow ami produce noticeable
swellings, which finally become ul
cats and make perforations through
the skin, from which the large, full
grow n inaggols emerge and fall to
the ground. Tiny bury themselves
in tile gri mud for pupation, and after
lliree lo six weeks issue as adult
In the temperate climate of the
1'niied Slates t'ne eggs are usually
laid in early .summer. The larva is
will developed when the egg is laid,
and when the cuttle lick themselves
th.' young larvae are removed from
the eggs and taken into the mouth.
They are armed with many minute
pines, which permit them to ad:
i.eie to and penetrate the walls of
th" esophagus. For several months
I le y wonder slowly in the tissues of
lb" host, eventually late in winter
reeling a point beneath the skin
in the region of the back. The growth
has been slow a)) to this time but
no '. it beeoines more rapid, and soon
ere formed liie strongly spinet! grubs
which nccirpy the swellings or ulcers
o conspicuous on the backs of in
i 'sled cai'le. They become full
blown in ihe sprint; months and Is
sue from l lie; perforations or open
ings of ihe ulcers to pupate in tho
around. This occurs most aband-
n in tin- Central States in July and
A . t u :. 1 :.!:.! are then laid for the
u . :t generation there being bat one
ca a. i iiion per year.
if th'-se flies" should become estah
lisued in the dairies and cattle ran-
l Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
!.. n' ilie Hawaiian islands, their
breeding might net be so seasonal,
: -a! po; ih!y there would be more
;',an cue brood each year. licrhaps
1 1: ir life cycle might be shortened
tiiat the deie,;.
2ii per cent discount on Suii
Hats, Caps, and Shoes, at Van I.e.'
'have their I ran ;poi t.e a n a; id be
jtween Honolulu i nd your p al-. I
i happen to brow I', a! liny s.v being
! oil, red a ticket lo th'e :a.,,i.laud
! wi'l. h vivi a-a ! Ii' ir i ; a a - - e a . I i. n ; a!
! I. ol i 1 cha! I'es for (i ha a a I . : ' v aii.
While on accounl ol Ira- Ink of
t ra urporhitinii i In --' .V ion in !:'
Kauai. 1 (io nol .-( w h "
be cMiecled to pay il . 1
. ver, thru, if it is po
! to provide automobile U;
' for al y deleg.,r a who
( . oia.--1, .a r. it v. ould be ;
ly gracef. il ibia;; to do
add to Ihe pd.-a.-ir.v el lii
' oiiuilii!-' trau.- eon.it ion i
land, w .11. I uud. r.-tuii'h i.e looae-.l
alter almost entirely by the Honolulu
and it might be toy would develop
without respect to sca
the housefly and horn-
' l ly
auses a great deal of
in the slates. At many
i.cking houses tlu val-
: , . id
: . a i .
loss of call!
of th" b.'.f
. .. . f the hides is greatly reduced,
,!i n oa.-ihird. and the meat is also
. il. d ill the regions occupied by
ill - v.ai-'.les; thus many thousands of
! s!! .iv. loss occurs. They are very
d I' teroas to dairy cows when pros
'I in re is no definite records of
th-... fli.s lnivini? become establish
ed in the Hawaiian islands. None of
lb" insect collodions have specimens
of Ilie flies collected here.
(Continued on l'ago Fight)
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