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NATIONAL COMMITTEEMAN HITCHCOCK AND OTHER
XftJBi'BQ83IO!WU5.J VJ-ejTC5JSr(6E-TiGT jM?MS
Tluil I ho ilcli people (if Honolulu
uru lu llic main roHponsdblo for t ho
huso iniinlicr of Initect ncnts ninl mo
Hcpiltoos lit'io wns tho tott (if u lenort
turned In In tho llonnl (if Health yen
tcriluy liy tlio Chief Hanltnry Iimport
nr. Ills report lcaJn In p.ut 113 fol
"Tlio work of locntliiR tlio breeding-
places of inovqiiltoci litis been carried
on ilnrliiB tho month.
"It linn been mirprlslns tlio tinnibcr
of tin cans, xn!o tubs, barrels anil bot
tles which bnvo been found to contain
wiIbkIcih. This tins nut been bo miicli
nnioni; tlio poor unil Ignorant cLifsos
11 h It Ills been 'nnioim tlio rich and
well-educated. If people would only
(alio a llttlo Intercut In the work nnd
spend 11 fow minutes In Feeing If thcro
wc'rojiny tin cans, tubs or barrels con
tulnliiK water nbout, their premises,
uml. If theio were, npsot them), It
would be a prcnt aid fo our, work
"It mlHlit bo well to let peoplo
know thnt If they nro troiihled With
tho day mosn,tilt). If the') will tnl'e
tho time to look uroiind their own
premises or tint of their nolRliboiti,
they will In nluo cases out of ten
locate whero they aro breeding.
"It nnybody Is troubled with mos
quitoes and can not toento tho causa
nt It, If they will notify me 1 will-in-'cstlKato
tlio conditions and seo It
tho source of tinublo cnu bo located
"Tho work has been greatly helped
thrnut;h the courtesy of Wk'i Shcrll!
Henry In lending prisoners to collect
the tins mid lo dn tho oiling, and Uoad
Supenlsor Cummins in furnishing n
inula and wagun.'
NEW RULING TOR SCIENTISTS
"Tile Pinniotlim of I'eitco" Is tho
heading under which 1111 Important
new by-law has Just been promulgat
ed f Hi" I'liht Church of Cluist,
Kilcnllht, lu Huston, tho mother
church of tlio Christian Sclento dc
jiomlinitlon. lly it all int'iubcm lf that church
urn barred from belonging to peace
hoclctlcs, Tho now by-lawv reads ns
"It shall bo tho duty of tho mem
bers of tho mother church and of Its
blanch diuretic (o promote peace on
r.uth and good-will toward men; but
lo do this it Is not needful lo form
oulsldo organizations. Members of
tho mother church shall not hereaft
er betotno members of jicnco societies,
lmt shall promoto tlio welfaio of nil
mankind by demonstrating tho rulus
of dlvluo love." lloslon Tort,
BUHLER- SHINES IN
"Tho Silver King," a melodrama
worth Willie, and oily if llic best and
most absorbing which lias ever been
put 011 any stage, was given an unus
ually cloer production last ovcnlng
by tho I.iiniloy Company, supporting
Itlchnnl lluhlor. nt tho Orpheum
Tho Btory gets lis chief Intel est irom
(lie fact that it Is so Intensely, trulj,
and genuinely human. Tlio play ns
being presented hero has this featuro
augmented by thu great woik of not u
few members of thu company, and tho
consistent support of thu ontlro cast.
It Is hardly necessary to tell tho
story of this piece: beyond that It la
the llfo slory of n man who bclloicil
himself a murderer when ho was In
nocent who escaped tho police, be
came wealthy, and finally turned tho
tnbles on ills enemies, nnd won back
tho bliss of Ids homo llfo.
Illcliard lluhler h ImnieiiBO as Wil
fred ncincj-j UojsiQ.a Mi;HJuj!wn
to Honolulu audiences for. his woik to
call forth lengthy comment. MIrs Vir
ginia Thorntbn shows herself nn net
ress of raro ability. In n rolo which
requites tlio greatest consistency; M.
J. llooloy Is ns good ns or,Iij the
Irish role, borlous this time, ns Daniel
Jtilkos. Hut the man who does tho
great work, who surpasses any char
acter part et produced by this com
pau, Is Chester Stocus as Father
Xmiis delestiiblo but trim to tlio con
In fact, tho bill, with Its lgoroits
action, thrilling situations, and ap
pealing human Interest, would bo hard
to beat for genuine amusement.
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NEW TORPEDO FLEET
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Will jitSBBKKBEL a M-l MS i
A maBmmmssmms AM9if$mmmm?
Ltrv TsJWCHT-tUAER WER,.TAWSt55.RAJ T YSiJjOCCtttd
. "All novelists nnd those who shapoj
I the world's news should stand to-?
nrRthpr." Airs. Cllvn r.ir. "Tbprp'wiis
IlKNO, N'cv., June 15. Declaring nothing In my trip to ItawlilduJ
that the newspapermen of tho West whlcn merited the publicity it re-"
havo no regards for the tenner feci- cch cJ- Tru;' Mr- 1,!'tl!r nnd Bomo "t"
lt.gs of a woman and that they send "' 'rlenils took me through thoj
out stories that arc unlit to print, 1unnco htiU nni1 gmbllng houses, but,
Elinor aijn. who3o recent visit, to ' wllnt wo 8aw Jl11 nt "legrado us. That
tho tenderloin of Itawhldc gained , Bce'"i W"H tho same ns In many largoT
her moro notoriety, "roasts" tho1110''' though moio animated. Andl
Journalists of this Stato in a letter tho wagers wo laid were nothing.-
to n Reno Intcrv lower. She saja
their tendencies are to uso tho "nas
ty" occurrences In their reports.
So .shocked was Mrs. Olyn at tho
tendencies of newspapermen of Ne
vada that she used six pages to ex
press herself. Admitting that what
was said was true, Mrs. Olyn only
complained of tho unethical policy of
Women do Unit sort of thing at Mon
Georgo X. Illitx, manager of the Co-,
lumbiiB (O.) office of tho Jeffcry Man-J
iifnctudtig' company, rorclbly seized
Ills tl-jear-old daughter, Clcraldlno, over
whom ho has been contesting with
her grandfather, Robert E. Wilson, ns"1
she camo out of church at Kenosb.O
FRS3J5; "H T3ECKLOCX
5DV0CT.' WCS "cwo
WASIIINflTON, 1). C, Juno 27. A
I'.iclflc tin petit) licet, to bo in com
mand, nt Coiiiiiinndor William A. (3111
of tho Solace, tho torpedo Mipply
hh1p of tho Fleet, has boon organized
on tlio Pacific Coast fioni tho various!
torpedo vessels theic. It is to bn dl
cldod Into three flotillas, mado Up arf
Klist Tho Whipple. Triixtun, Hop
kins', and Mull.
Scctind IMul Jones, Perry, Tre
ble, and Stewart.
Third Lawrence, Ktirragut, fiolds
boraugh, Hownn, Vox, nnd Dais.
Temporarily tho Karragut Is as
signed to the second ilotllla until tho
Paul Joucs Is tomuilssluncd.
Scivlan dubs' or tho United Stales,
liiimliotlnH' 2fio, bnvo rallied lo tho
ilcfout-o of tlueo countrymen Recused
of the muidnr of Hairy Miller, city
maislinl ot Kent, Wash., ou tlie night
of April 11.
RESPECT SHOWN NEW
Tho llttlo mark of respect which Is
always given to n new president of
tho Hoard of Health was shown to
Mnrk P. ltoblnson yesterday afternoon
at tho close of tho meeting when It
was voted unanimously by tho mem
bers to extend to him nil of tho pow
ers that had bcU held under commis
sion of tho Hoard by his predecessors.
Mr. Robinson answered, after thank
ing tho Hoard, that ho hoped mid be
lieved thu members would work In ns
porfect nccprd with him ns they hnd
Willi tlio former presidents.
A fow minor mntters camo up for
notice Just before the closing ot tho
meotlng. llahor Mlire, milk and
tlnlry Inspector, asked tho boaid for
n two mouths' vacation Ullli pay, and
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat also nsked for
two months' vacation, being ordered
away for his health. Inspector Mhro
stated In his request that ho had
served tho board for nine yuars. with
out vacation. Hotli icqucsts wcro
Twenly-ono cases of typhoid fovor
wefo reported nt Olaa by tho Govern
ment physician thoro, who stated that
tho dlseasa had been traced to certain
contaminated food. The plantation
people were giving all necessary ns
slstuncj:, nnd lie thought that it would
not bo long beforo tho epidemic would
bo stamped out.
Federal officials nio trjlng to rtm
down n gang In Southern California
that has bcon sjstcmntlcally smug
gling in Chlneso coolies from Moxtco.
TREMENDOUS BLAST WAS
SET OFF AT BETHLEHEM
SCHENKCTADV, N. Y., Juno 13.
Tho Cnllanan Improvement Company
fired one of the largest dynamite car
tridges that has ever been set oft In
this part of the country 'at Its quarry
in South Ilotlilchcm. Five thousand
llvo hundred pounds ot dynnmlto
wcro used and tho charge removed
nbout 35,000 tons of stono.
Twelve holes wcro drilled In tho
face of tho cliff, catli sixty feet In
depth and llvo Indies In diameter.
Tlio dynamite was placed in theso
Moles and was fired by electricity
from nil points nt the samo time, re
moving tho immense mass of stonb. A
feature of the blast was that scarcely
any of the lock How Into tho nlr, but
tho great uuibs was forced about 100
feet from tho faeo ot tlio cliff that
was loft standing.
Tho rock that did bender was
thrown, not ns it usually Is, In front
ot thostiphcavcl, but into the nlr
bomo distance and onto tho remain
ing part ot tho cliff. Tho forco of
tho explosion inailo tho rock bend
out. bow shape, .for sonic minutes be
foro sufficient yilr was loleased to
cause tho upheaval of tho stone.
"Say, Mike," queried Plodding
Pete, who was looking at tho plcco'
ot a Sunday school paper that had '
come with a hand-out, "wot docs It
mean 'liorft belli' between do dovil
nn' do deep sen?" '
"It's do samo as bcln' told t' tnko
cr choice) between gnln t' work nn'
tukln' "n bath," explained Meander-'
Ing Mike. j
A dispatch from Hovnl reports thut
u bchoolmlsticss, ordeied by follow
(evolutionists (ti kill tlio Cmr on bin
Mt thero, committed sulcldo rathtr
than obey tho order.
ryaEI3LEi",V MAIHAI The Irvdiajx Kid,
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TAKE A LITTLE TRIP
WILL CONTAIN INFORMATION .
OF REAL VALUE TO HAWAII
: QUESTLAND :
Queitland is tlie chief
Province in BULLETIN
Its population is tran
sient. The people are looking
for things they want or
need. When they find them
they hurry back home per
haps to make another trip
the next day.
There's but one best route
to QUESTLAND the BUL
LETIN want-ad. route. The
cost 'is trifling. You can
usually make a trip, trans
act your business and get
back home in a day.
Sometimes your errand
takes a little longer. But
there are few people who
ever make' unprofitable ex
cursions to QUESTLAND. It
is the country of opportun
ity of chances, of luck.
One meets people who are
both offering and socking
things alert people, illus
trating and practicing the
law of OIVE and TAKE.
BULLETIN WANT AD.
Ttlh tuillUN will De a source
I pride to our local people, and will
show our visitors that Honolulu is in the
front rank in producing a modern paper.
Among many interesting features in'
its 36 pages we note the following:
WHAT HAWAII OFFUUS YOUNG MUX,'
liy Skckiitaky Mott-Smitii.
WHAT HAWAII OF FEUS EUROPEAN
By J. P. Cookk. 1
WHAT HAWAII OFFERS THE FA IlMEIi, ,
By Jakkii 0. Smith.
WHAT HAWAII OFFERS THE INVESTOR,
liy A. X. Campjikll. .
HAWAII AND THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF,
liy E. E. Paxto.y.
1I7.IZ' SHIP SURSIDY MEANS, TO AMERICA,
lly A. Lkwis, Jit.
HAWAII'S PINEAPPniC IXIHTSTRV,
liy L. G. Kki.i.ouo.
SPORTS IN IhiWAII FIGURES OF PROGRESS
PEARL IIAIUIOR ILLUSTRATED.
UTTERANCES AND DOCUMENTS THAT MARK
FAR-SIGHTED STATESMANSHIP OF AM
ERICANS IN ESTARLISHING fl HOLD' ON
PEARL 11 A It HOI!.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
Forms for the FLEETEDITION
-will close at 12 o'olook Saturday,
July 11. The speoial attention of
patrons is directed to the great
care we are giving the artistio dis
play of every Ad.
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