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THE HAWAIIAN ST R, I-'RII) V. Ji l -X mi.
I Jk ii iiMiafti
SOMEWHAT ABOVE ESTIMATES! FROM PESTS:
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IJIdB for coiiHtruutloiiK tho I'miloa certs n week by the First Infantry Unuur tlio honilliiK, Hxior;)ng Crop
rond, to I'onrl Harbor uttvnl station,' band, offered by (loncrnl Macomb, bo Nostroyoid Iflxportattnn n, Well ns
woro rend at tho mooting of tho board Ktvon at ThumtiB Square nnd Anla Importation of I'ostB Should He i'rohlb-
of supervisors Inst night nml referred
to tlio engineer and tlio road com
mlttee. They wore as follows:
Honolulu Construction and Drnylng
John II. U0 Fries, $i!i!,970.
Ab the engineer had estimated
around $20,000, the amount of tlio '
flnnrnnrlntlrm. If la nnllkplv tlinf n'
I'nrU. It eel, tlio San MaiicUco tlhronlclc
On motion or Low, $200 wiib voted f June 17 has tlio editorial' printed
for curbing Alapal Htreet pluzn nli-1 below. An amusing story about a
removing the poles therefrom, which scene created In tho l'alnco Hotel
the mover thought was all that tho wnon tllu chliiniinkg escaped from
board could at present grant tho Kl- tllelr owner Mrs. Hockley, come In
lolinna Art League by wny of parking lnst previous mall and was reprinted
that space. .. 1,1 11,0 s,ar- T1'c Chronicle says:
I f I l 1 1 1 1 e 1 1. t 1 IP flrlmlKHlMtl nf n crltoet nf n Innnl
matter of $3000 will prevent the workl i""i ' " - ' "
t tha i,nnr,r nm, I trie llgbtB requested n leave of ab- llotcl tut she Intended to Introduce
Murray Introduced a resolution to mce f three months for S. C. fftlb- onr California chipmunk Into her
appropriate $12,000, divided In equal .bard who had served as lamp repairer "nwnllnn homo Is not likely to In-
portions for repairs to Uerotanla machinist for thirteen years, U,"D1, u " oi acr woicome
avenue, to Kalakaua avenue and to working overtime and nights without ,icr return.
King street between Nuuanu street 'extra pay, and whoso health now do "Tll 1IaWHan Territorial Govern
and Moanalua. manded a change of air. The re- mem 1,tl9 01,0 r ,he "10st effective
Murray also Introduced a resolution quest was referred to tho ways nnW quarantine bureaus In the world to
to appropriate $11,000 for the com-' means committee. prevent the admittance of pests, eith-
pletlon of an armory building. The road committee reported that Gr '"an""11'1"" or entomological. The
t' ,.,ui i,,i i, i..ut...i m PI'la of Hawaii are largely artificial,
Another resolution that passed first a proposition had been subnil'.ted to
requiring Intensive cultivation and ex-
reading, like those Just mentioned,' n rimi. nhnlrmnn of tho health com
as to appropriate $800 for the Pur-;niUtoo ot tho lncrchants- association, C08slve, ..its and vege-
chase of Belgian blocks to Improve; ihnt ,,, MK. nMll ,,, ,.,,, ,llr. tab.es have been nearly ruined by the
tno roau turougu Aioanaiua, as rec
ommended In a letter from the engi
neer. Estimates for road work in Hono
lulu district for July amounting to
$SGC0 were submitted by the road
committee. Most of the money is for
iipkeep of tho department oince, sta
bles, quarries, etc.
Queen Street Improvement.
Engineer L. M. Whitehouso submit
ted estimates for repairing and pav-
nlsh the necessary pipes and labor
to lay them, if tho assoclati .n would
do the necessary excavation, to reme
dy an unsatisfactory condition of iaml
On the recommendation of the en
gineer, tho cleric was directed to call
for tenders for curbing (ho central
park on Kalakaua avenue.
Superintendent IJallentyns of tho
Rapid Transit Co. explained by let-
Ing Queen street over Nuuanu stream, ter that the companv's delay in deal
replacing joists and plmklng nnd pav- Ing with the paving matter was duo
ing the street area. For tho types
of paving mentioned respectively the
figures are as follows: creosoted
wooden blocks, $oS10; bitulithlc 2-ln.
finish on a 2-ln. bitulithlc lower
course, $5181; oliia block, $510C.
Chairman Dwigbt of tho road com
mittee, after the table had been clear
ed of business and tho mayor bad
made tho usual call on visiting clti
zens who might wish
importation of Japanese pesffl, nnd
sugnr cane has been seriously threat
ened by others thnt have been finally
conquered at the cost of thousands of
I "Hawaii haB never forgotten that
mosquitoes were originally imported
in the fresh-wnter butts of the whalers,
t and nothing of a foreign nature gete
into that Territory without the most
painstaking scrutiny. It Is a small
bug, indeed, that can squeeze through.
"In view of the experience of Aus
tralia with rabbits, and California with
ground .-squirrels -and chipmunks, it is
not likely that Hawaii would welcome
the latter or any person who thought-
If you intend traveling this summer don't
tail to see our travel comforts. We can
show you a very fine line of the goods at
very reasonable prices
to tho absence of a quorum of Iho
Manager C. H. lielilni of tha Club
Stables asked for permission to erect attempted t0 ,ntrod-uce them.
a lence ten luei uoiii iub uuiu uu
Pauahl street. Tho matter was re
ferred to tho road committee.
An invitation from Norman Court
enay for tho mayor's auto to enter
"It is not at all unreasonable to
assume, that, if those four chipmunks
had entered Hawaii, they might have
cost tho Territory a round million
apiece. But the chipmunks, pernaps.
"The Store for Good Clothes"
ELK'S BLDG. KING STREET
to bo heard. tlle Follrlu o Jul l'arado vaa ac" having .some prevision of their Hawai-;
i list of roads needing attention cel)teU- Ian reception, proceeded to gnaw tbeir
with estimated cost of work In each Tenders for burial of. indigent deai way th,.OUBh thc cage, and three es-
case. Ho urged that It was time were opened and referred to tho cnl,e(1 whUe onc wna knIoii. ,
the board did something on tho roads health committee. H. H. Williams ,.t fa tho (lll(y Qf every stat0 anU
mentioned, and asked that the vari- uId was 18-70 for Loch v,ew and Territory to prohibit the exportation,'
ous Items bo referred to tho ways H2.75 for Kalaepohaku cemetery, and ag we, ag (he iimortatIoix of such
M: E. Sllva $20.70 tor so long as L.ocn
and means committee.
Chairman Low ot tho ways and View cemetery is open.
peats. Provisions for preventing ira-j
norts will bo nromnted by self-interest,
means committee replied sarcastically j Bids for material and supplies for a great deai m0ro could bo nc
that tho road chairman could not the road, police and flro department conlpisiieii by harmony of action re
havo been reading the papers, or ho were opened, and it was voted tley garQnK eXports. California would be
would know that every ono of the be tabulated by the clerk and tho th1 nrBt . enforce n nuarantlno'
propositions he had mentioned "had contracts awarded to tho lowest bid- nnst a Hawaiian pest, and it doubt-
wc ders respectively. lGf gbould be. but if it would assume
A. P. Taylor, under tho mayor's tne rght to prohibit the exportation ot
been published in the papers."
then made a statement of his own of
road matters on record awaiting at- ugual ,uvitation to citizens to speak.
tention, a rew or wnicn ne specine... remlndea the oartl of the ong.con.
the wholo Involving an expenditure
of $u02,Sr2, and said some ot them
wore more important than those
Dwigbt had talked about
tinucd delay in Manoa road work. Ho
was consoled with the information
that it was "on tho list" of the road
in Hawaii it might
reasonably expect assistance in render
ing the prohibitions of mutual benefit."
The other members listened to tho committee.
ineffective dialogue with smiles on' An ordinance passed first reading
their faces, but as neither of tho t0 establish curb and sidewalk lines
chairmen had anything definite to and grades, as submitted by tho en
propose nobody else had anything to gineer, for Bethel betweon King and
say. Hotel streets.
School Matters. Eleven hackmen petitioned for a
Superintendent Pope's letter on the new hackstand on Kekaullke street
need ot school accommodations and between Hotel and King, and facing
Mrs. Overend's letter about the over- King street. Tho petition was rc
crowded state of Walpahu school, ferred to the pollco .committee,
which were quoted In yesterday's The board adjourned till 12:15 p. m.
Star, wcro read and referred to tho Saturday. .
ways and means committee. 4 .
Low Introduced resolutions to ap- BUY TICKETS TODAY,
propiiato $1800 for the removal of a There will be no change of program
two-roomed schoolhouse from tho old arranged by tho Maul people, for tho
Pohukalna school site to ICakaako entertainment of tho public on th-j
and of a three-roomed schoolhouse Fourth of July. Everything as y'jti
from the same place to Kallhlwacna, nod will be carried out though there
and $500 to remove the schoolhouse may be some added races to thoj1;
at Kahuku away from dangerous pros- now on tho card. That being sett'ed
imlty to the railroad track. the most interesting fact In tho cole-
Other Matters. bration Is tho offer of tho Inter-Island
A committee of five members of tho company to take passengers on the
Hawaiian band presented a petition round trip for eight dollars. Berths
for an Increased salary schedule, giv- are being selected every day an.l
ing every member a raise but reduc- rapidly going; the present is tho time
ing tho ralso for tho assistant band- to got down your name and pay your
master from that offered In tho pend- money.
Ing appropriation bill. Altogether tho 1
Increases amount to $117.50 a month. No doubt there aro wives who drive
The petition wns referred to tho their husbands to drink, and there aro
ways and means committee. other husbands who would like to have
it was agreed that the two con-' such wives,.
bis arms were beginning to increase
"What is it?" ho ejaculated, ex
tending ills damaged members to
ward a Hawaiian who was taking a
sun bath on tho beach. Tho latter
sat up and inspected Christie and Tils
r. iitt.,1. i. t. i . .ii '
IKIIIUB. JIUli: 11U lUllliUhUU, I Ul-
tugee man-of-war sting. Pretty soon
Malihlnl Christie turned pale. "Who
pau?" he faltered. "Me pau or sting
His informant, not deigning to re
ply, waved him away with a solemn
air of linallty, whereon Mr. Christio
broke all dressing records In his
hasto to get to a Medico. Ere ho
reached ono, however, the swelling
had gone down. "It was the sting
that was pau," said Christie this
morning. "I was certainly glad to
find it so, but hereafter handsome is
as handsome does with the creatures
of these inland" 'Tj Jfj
rTy ry fly iff y rr y g y i
Change of Acts
2 Budd and Clare
Mixed up In an adventure in which
a creature of the deep so? played a
prominent part, Roy Christie, manag
er of tlio Honolulu Drug Co . Is no
longer Interested in tho Mora or fauna
ot Hawaii or the waters pert-Jlnlng to
While bathing at Walkikl two (Hys
ago, Mr. Christio sighted what ho
deemed to bo a rare and beautiful
sea flower floating on the waves. "I
saw it first!" ho shouted as hc plung
ed into tho breakers and using his
famous "Sacramento crawl" stroke
struck out for tho prize. Reaching it he
laid ruthless hands upon the creation
ot the deep and straightway took
them off again, using words which
may be found in the United States
pharmacopoeia but which were cer
tainly not laudatory In character.
"Stung!" ho cried, "Stung to death!"
as ho mado for the shore, scamper
ing over the coral on his hands and
On reaching the beach, his hands
were so swollen that they Ki'O'tly
resembled a pair of boiled bams and
July 0. Scotch vs. Colonla's.
Ju'y 3. Hawaiian Gun Club
weekly shoot, Kakaako trapi.
I. Meeting at Kaplolanl
i. Maul meeting.
3-4. Hllo meeting.
IS. Schotield Barracks'
Juno 20. Johnny McCarthy
vs. Jack Cordell, 15 rounds,
Athletic park, ?,:?,0 p. m.
Juno yo P. A. C. vs. Asahis;
Stnrs vs. Hawalis; Whites vs.
C. A. U.; Asahis vs. Athletics.
Juno 20. Henlani Yacht and
,luy l.'i. Y. M. C. A. tourna
1 Emerson and Baldwin
EMPIRE THEATRE i
Beginning Saturday Evening, June 29th
HEN WISE, KATIE MILTON I
and a 1
Brand New Colored Vaudeville Company
Of Comedians Singers and General
F.VPrvfll In CT Npw' Nowl! NIH Fvon tka Mnflnn
3 Chinese Quartette
4 Dancing Downelly's
5 Dottie Harris
6 New Pictures
10c, 20c, 30c.
It is a fortunate thing for tho aver
age in: u that his actions aro less than
one-half ns fierce as his thoughts
Watch Saturday's Daily Papers
N. B. Rats Return the ship will not sink.
P. O. Box 761
188 Merchant 8t., near Alakea
Honolulu, T. H.
wul v you money. Call and aet
on In operation.
ACETYLENE LIQHT A AGENCY
Hnataca aranue, off South Kt
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Reliable Watchmen Purnlahed.
Faona 1011. p. O. Box 114
City Headquarters. Club Stables.
GEO. S. IKEDA
1264 Fort St.,
rr BartleuJari. paesenKara or freight,
Fred L. Waldron, Ltd-
816 Fort Street
Consolidated Soda Water
Is Absolutely Pure
of Tobacco Pipes and othei Smokers' Supplies.
Large Stock of the Favorite Brands,
properly seasoned, offered by the box at
wholesale rates. Cigars from the lowest
to the highest prices. Also an assortment
Special Attention given to Orders for the Country.
Li fcl El TP ()
No. 33 N. King Street
P. O. Box 1 034
Honolulu, T. H.