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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOHTLTJ, T. It, FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1009.
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Leahl Chapter No. 2 Initiation.
"Honolulu Commandcry ln
, Lsl Aloha Chapter No. 3
All visiting member of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend runnings ot local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at
7:30 la 1. O. O. 1 Hall, Port Stroet.
U. It. HKNDltV, Secretary.
DUN. r VICKEIIS, N. Q.
All visiting brotbeis very cordially
0AIIU L0DOE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets (.wry first and third Frl-
lay evening nt 7:30 In IC. ot P. Hall.
orner Pert anil lldrctcnla. Visiting
brother cuidinllj Invited to attend.
. O. DUUIUNQ. C.C.,
JA3. V WHITE, K.It 9.
HONOLULU LODGE G16, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodgu No. 016, 13. I'. O.
iS.wlll meet In their hall on King
near Tort Street eery Friday oven
lug. Uy order of the K. It.:
HENRY O. UASTON.
VM. II. McINEItNV, U. It.
v7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K ofP.
Meets every ind and 1th Siturdny
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot I.
Hall, cor. Fort and nerctanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
W. L. I'RAZEE, C.C..
B. A. JAC013SON, K.R.B.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings ot each month at
7:3C o'clock In K. ot r. Hall, corner
Herctanla and Fort streots.
Vlaltlng Eagles are Invited to nt
tnd W. L. rnAZEE, W., Prest.
II. T. MOORE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meett, every first and third Thurs
dios of eicb month at Knights of
Pythias Hall Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn attend.
A 0 ARLEIGH, Sachem.
A. E MURPHY, C. ot It.
FXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by ths
with their new FRENCH
257 Brretania St. Phone 1491.
The "Best Whiskey on the Markrt.
THOS. F. MoXIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
PHONE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
in a brand new ceven-scatcr. Call up
191 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
REDUCTION GALE fiom Saturday,
Eth, LADIES' HATS from $2.00 up.
1028 HUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUIIE.NG and FAINTING.
Ofike: Honolulu Tainting Co., 221
Kng St , P 0. Box 014.
WING CH0NG CO1
ICING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in J'-rniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION TURNITUBE Made Tc
mu l, a:
W9Bte' "' t -..-. ..i i i - i.
1P1 u, LUNCHES and DRINKS
MBgfo I Ule m03; popular
K,f ' place in tovn.
U;j The Fashion Saloon,
lt Hotel St. near Fort:
Kgfl Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
KKftO. .L. mi i
Wonderful Motion Picture' brink
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathoi.
Two chance each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Fatal Card; The Circus Bay;
The Talc of a Pic;; No More Servants
Wanted; Pinkman the Second Unveil
ing a StatuerThc Sacrifice j Galvanic
Fluid; Fresh-Air 'Fiend.
The best assortment ievtai
shown in the city." STALES' f
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY V
Leave your order for a'box
of Lchnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort BtroeU.
When you get
us to make
Our $25. salt
QEO. A. MARTIN,
Purest Flavor Highest Quality
Guaranteed Absolutely Pure.
A Specialty is made of repairing
J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD.:
KING ST. NEAR'1 BETHEL.
THE FAMILY GROCERS,
TOURING CAR, SU85.
SOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., (LTD.
MERCHANT ST, NEAR ALAKEA.
CONTRACTORS, -BUILDERS,? PATN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS'! and-
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ana
Sashes Bought and Bold.
ma ST.', PALAMA JUNCTION
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attorney'-at-Law for the District
Courts; Notary Publioj Draws
i Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
ceases, wius,eic; Agent to urani
79 MERCHANT 8T.',!
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
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Bulletin Business Offloe Phone 259.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
L0CA1 AND GENERAL
SMT Don't store the passe furniture
in the barn: two bits' worth 'of B'nl
1 e t i n Want Ads. will'seU it for you.
fill VK ,TAHinBa,a '063 "1J
A non was- born to Mn nnd Mrs.
J. S. McCandlcss Is booked to leave
by tho Manchuria.
A. W. T. llottomley Is booked ifdV
the- Mnnchurla, leaving tomorrow.
It you are looking (or any of-your
monds ko to the "Two Jacks'1 and
jou'll flndlhem, f (, v '
Tolfo ifpur carriage tt automobile
to' Hk-vallan Carriage llnnlg. Co , for
up-to-data rspalrs. ' '
Tho retiring Grand Jury referred
to Deputy' Attorney General Sutton
in very complimentary 'terms.
Sheriff Jarrett called bn Actios At
torney General Whitney and Acting
Governor Mott-Smltli this' morning.
Tho A. M. Diets Jewolry 'Co, has
moved Into Its new Quarters In the
Woman's Exchange on Hotel street,
Spend New Year's at Royal Annex.
HaVe your typewriters ana machine
repaired at Will. Nichols Co, Ltd,
Fort and Morchant streets. Tele
phone 16. ,
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic"
You will bo 'surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Food Co , agents. "
Members ot the Hawaiian Engineer
ing Association can pay their duos to
tho financial socretary at Evonlng
Dullotln any day between 12 and 1.
Mrs. Alexander Held, mother ot Mrs.
W. O. Chalmers, Is expected to arrho
today on the Makura for an extended
lslt with her daughter.
A Chinese, cmployo ot ono ot the
lice plantations at Pan an was foun
dead this morning. Deputy Short.'
Lieutenant Commander Hanford E.
Moses, U. 8. N., llghthouso' Inspector
for this district, will lenvo this even
lug on thu Claudlne for Kahulul.
Hobo is lincstlKntlnR tho matter.
Tho local collections for the Italian
relief fund have so far amounted to
17,423, of which 16,800 has already
been cabled by Consul Scbacfcr.
A. B. Arleigh & Coy Ltd., are-1 es
tablished in their new Quarters on
Hotel street, between Fort and Bish
op streets, and are readv for business.
.uibb uura snmii, wna lias uccn vis
iting with her sister, Mrs. C, P. Morso.
for several months, returns to her
homo In San Francisco by the Man
Tho offices nboo the Hawaiian
Trust Co. on Fort street are being re
fitted preparatory to use by C. M.
Cooko as tho headquarters of C. if,
Reis & Quihn are 'now located 'at
the Young Hotel Auto Sftutd-Phone
199-Short runs SOo"' tnd 1.00-By
the hour $5.00 Special rate' for
shopping anfltallingr s
John Lua was this morning commit
ted to the Circuit Court this morning
In tho Police Court'on a 'charge or lar
ceny In tho first degree. Ho was'u'o
fended by T. M.'Hnrrison. '
W, KrankB was 'arrested for Investi
gation (his foronoon. Ho Is suspected
of haing picked up a purso containing
money, nnd to hnvo kept it. Franks
Is cmplojcd atFort Bhaftor
Col. Spalding, the Countess Sennl,
Kufus Bpaldlrig'and other Kaual folk,
nrrlvcd Iri town recently and will leave
for thd -mainland "on the Manchuria.
Tho Countess will return to Italy.
This cvcnlng'al 7:30 o'clock, Dr.-K.
Haldn.'praflli'ent'oMtie Japanese Charw
Ity Ifosliftal) wlll'be entertained at a
dlhncr'to bo given In his honor at the
Shlnrlif tel club, on Vlncjard street
une rntlchbowl lot Was sold at auc
tion last week: to Henry D. L. Meyer.
an employe of th'e Rapid Transit, for
(lie'sunirof JS8C. Tho lot Is sltuatod
just 'off 'Luto street near tUo Queen's
Oyster "oaves at Royal Annex.
The case uf Jaelntha MlgUcI, a PoV
tugu6so woman charged with selling
liquor without a license,' was thl
morning n61lo' pros'sed In tho Police
Court "at tho retinoid of tho license
Thcrd Is naT prettier blaco of amuse
mont In town tHan tho Gem Theatre
on Hotel street. The ladles ronjoy- It
because no smoking Is 'allowed.' The
very latest films aro shawnand charlge
twice a weok. 'A great" racd horse
film Is on this week.
Dlcyclo Officer Howoll last night' ar
restod thfeo Ja'panose at" Mollllll. Ho
heard sdmo shots nnd found a, number
of Japancso ' quarreling. It appears,
however, thaV tho shots 'were fired at
dogs' by n Chinoso duck rancher In tho
Mclnlty, and the defendants will prob,
ably bo discharged.
Hbtll Judo' Lindsay nnd Clerk
John Marcalllno'nre expected to t
turn on tho Siberia, and'tlie'wdrk of
all' the Circuit 'Courts wll) then be
renewed.' Lindsay Is making atrlp
to his wife's homeln the East, whllo
Marcalllno has been In California the
greater partof his Vacation.
5 THE-BTEAMEn'Maul Is lying along
cldo tho Inter-Island wharf, loading
cargo. ' "
A Host Excellent Assortment of
W. W. Ahana Go.',
fl2 S. KING ST. PtTONT- KOR
THE BEST "FITTER8" IH I0WK.
TOWN AND''' '
Cdunty Attorney Cathcart
Tho Supremo Court this morning
handed down n ri clslon In tho case of
II. O. Mlddledltch, trusteo In bank
liiptcy v. John W Cathcart, nnd wife,
nnd Percy M. Pond. The dcclslon'of
the majority of tho Court was mHorsi!
to Cathcart and his appeal was dls
mlMCd, but Circuit Judga Iloblnson,
' sat on the bench In placo of Jus
tice llallou, rendered a dissenting npln
lort." TfiA syllabus nf tho Court's deci
Appeals notice within flvo das In
cases of Interlocutory orders: An ap
peal allowed from nn order overruling
a demurrer must be tiken by filing no
tlco of It within five dajg after tho
Circuit Judgo Iloblnson's dlstcntlng
opinion rends ns follows:
I respectfully dissent In my Judg
ment tho time within which notlco'of
appeal fhny bo ghen nnd within which
Mich Appeal may be perfected by filing
bond and payment nf costs, In caso of
appcnl from n decrco overruling n do
ruurror or from nn interlocutory Judg
ment, order or decrco, upon nllownnco
of such nppcal b) a circuit Judge, as
provided by section I8S9, P.. L , runs
from tho date nf tho order allowing'
i uch appeal' and not from tho date of
lh'o Judgment, order or decree from
which the apral Is desired. Any othor
vfow1 must, necessarily, limit, ns to
time nt least, tho exercise of tho ills
cretlon vested by the legislature In tho
circuit Judge' In tho matter of tho al
lowance of such 'an appeal, nnd nbrldgd
the time of tho 'appellant nlthln which
to glvo notice 'of and perfect such np
EXPENSES OF LAND
Commissioner Pratt Has
Land Commissioner PrAtl hnn nnt
during tho past period, tho sum of
l,3iii out or hlo incidental expense ap
propriation of $60d. This means that
he will havo'onlv h lit tin nvnr'tnn m
carry 'nlm through until tho now ap
propriations aro passed. Coiikuiuci...
ly thoro will bo a deficiency.
nut Pratt has kept tho expenses of
bis offlco rlghf'dowti as 'close as they
p6aslbly could bo 'kept. Ills total
travelling expenses for tho period, In
cludlng'hlB trip to Washington nnd ro'
f llrii.hAvn nmniinfji'il V,,l., ITnqno
Appraretments havo cost him a small
loriuno, nnout szooo, whllo the advor
llslnghns amounted to nnnrnlmtnli-
$3000. The-KapwappralHoment alonu
tost in-iiio neighborhood Of 1500.
-His trlp'around the 'Islands with
Reclamation Exnert Noweli t una
and tho running expenses of tho land
vmco navo amountoI'to 'about JIB00.
ON HERMAIDEN RUN
H. Hackold & Co, Hawaiian 'agents
for tho Toyo Kteon Kalsha, ard In ro
eclpt of a 'cablegram from Yokohama
innounclng that tho now twlri screw
steamer Chlvo Mnru nnlloii frnm n.,,,u
pestetday for this 'port on her maiden
The Chljo is slated to arrive here on
January 10, but this being herflrrt
trip. It Is thought not linllknh- that oho
may make a special Bpurt and try til
maku tho run In olght days. Tho rec
ord between hero and San 1'rancluco
i held by the Tcnyo Marti, sister ship
to the Chljo, and tho cjptuln of tho
now vessel may try and wrest tho Ten
yo's laurels frorn her.
The Chljo brings 1100 tons of gon
erul freight for Honolulu
MF"For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
HE label on a
Gluett shirt stands
for the best mnte-
rials, the most careful
workmanshiD. the most
, accurate patterns, color-
jast ia dhcs ana tnat ex-'
elusive control of the
patterns which means s6
much to the man kwIio
strives to escape the
ordinary in his attire
$1,50 and more.
CLVBTT, mnODT h COUTAHY, Mr, N.T.
Mttw of Arrow Collars
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: SHOPPING NEWS
Sheriff Jarrett Is calling In all l
lice commissions, badges and kcjs Is
tued under tho County of Oahu.
Alplno Milk Is a pure, rich milk that
ghes everything a better flavor nnd Is
tqnally useful In tho kitchen and nt
table. Ask jour grocer for It.
8uprrlor New Zrnlmul mutton, lamb
ii ml rabbits iiil to bo hid from tho
Metropolitan Meat Co. Telephone 45
ineso armcu irom Ainirnim on ire
Tho Hcrilngllall Mnnl.i safo Is not
only tho most cnnunlrnt safe to haVe
In tho office, but also tho safest to trust
with jour monej', deeds, nnd valuable
papers. Thco. II. Davlcs &. Co, hard
The "Cambridge" Is n new shoo that
will meet the needs of every man who
does n great deal nf walking nnd has
particularly rcnslllVo feet. It Is a
good looking, eenslblo shoo. Price, $5
ut tho Manufacturers' Shoo Co , Ltd.
MARINES MUST "HIKE"'
When Major Long reaches hero on
Friday next, ho will find the local ma
rlne garrison In tho best uf condition
Not only Is tho cjnip Itself In fine trim,
but tho men nre very fit nnd will be
nblo to glvu the now comers a fow
pointers on condition.
Captain Kay hus been teaching his
men'tho noblo art of 'hiking," nnd not
rno or them would feel tho Slightest
hcsltntion at going against President
Itoosov ell's slxij-mllo walk proposi
tion. This morning, before 11 o'clock,
half tho compiny inarched down along
Ihe wntorfront. their captain nt their
head, travel stained nrid dustj', and
i bowing tho offetts of many miles of
(Continued from P?ra J
have lather a better position than
tho Republicans, liaslns their bcllor
on the following section of tho Mu
"Section 138. Uvoiy officer who
rhall approve, nllow, or pay nny de
mand on tho Treasury not authorized
by law, ordinance, or this charter,
thall bo llablo to tho City nnd Coun
ty Individually and on his ofllclnl
bond for tho amount of the domnnd
to lllegnlly uppruved, allowed, or
"You will see," said ono of tho
Icadors thin morning, "that the Dem
ocrats nro risking nothing. If thoy
nio found by the rouits to be 'right,
woll and good: nnd If they nro found
to be In the wrong, they have no fin
ancial responsibilities On the other
unud, tho Republicans nre spending
money right along, and if thoy are
found to havo been doing so without
warrant by law, oich nf them Is per
sonally responslbln for tho amount,
which will run into thousands ot dol
lars." LEILEHUA WILL BE
(Continued from Pare 1)
n powerful pump has been Installed lit
caso It should bo needed, tedta so far
bnvn fun) le hod ground for tho bcllof
iln nn ample vnluino of water can bo
united through gravltj-.
Tbo carpenters havo been working
ut top speed tha past fow days com
pleting the work on stnbles and cor
lals. Nearly 600 heat! of horses aro
coming on tho Virginian and, In mldl
tlon, thoro will bo tho nmbnlanco
mules nnd other stopk belonging to
ihe regimental quartermaster's depart
w? ' ii iii r
WE SAVE EYES
I dy removing the first slight eye trou-
bles that grow to bigger ones.
isLsssgrii-:issfctlssssssssPim IW.n.'Xi -t-X.W-J u.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, January 7.
SAN rnANCI&CO Arrlvtd Jnn. 7:
Ilk. Atinlo Johnson, from llllo.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Jan 7'
B. -. Chljo Mnru, for llon'rittlii.
The Q M. coal pile Is being trans
ferred from Its present site on lower
Iirt street to barges In thclinrbor. A
barge was moored nt tho Nnvnl wharf j
tills 'morning nnd the work ot trans
ferring tho coal begun. Tho transfer,
was necessitated by tho fire which
has broken out In the pile.
Efforts have been mndo lo cxtln-
f,ulsh tho fire without moving tho
pile, but tho smouldering blnzo his
proven stubborn, nnd not even n thor
ough soaking with water pumped by
means of n fire cnglno out of tho bny
has sufficed to stay tho progress ot
A dozen or moro carts wcro put nt
work this morning, nnd tho transfer
is being mndo ns rapidly ns is pos
sible. BI I
WHERE SUGAR 19 PRODUCED
(Continued from Page 1)
itr Industry Is very iulurting and It
Is possible for Hawaii to gain tunny
valtnblo suggestions from tho experi
ence of that AilMrallnn State. Tho
practical result has been to turn tlis
Front Btigir cctito Into a largo number
i f farms from fifty to eighty acres ull
luttlvAlcd by the white owners
Tho Ojiconsland pchemo is ono of
central mills. Tha laud Is cultivated
by the farmer; who sell Ihclr ciop li
(ho sugar mills or manufacturles as
ihcj nre called In Queensland. Soma
nt thoro mllln mo operated bj tha
Government nnd somo by the private
Tho sugar Dills of Quccniland pay
i tax of nbotit twenty dollars per ton
of sugar tint h mamifRcturul. Tho
.ov eminent In turn p.ijs back tn thu
farmer, or cane growei, a bonus of
ibout fifteen dolhrx er ton for ciho
that is exclusively cu'th.ited by whtlu
labor. Theru Is n scheme of district
Ing tho various sections based on u
general avcrago of production under
varjlng conditions of land and cllmatr
Tho result Is that tho bonus of tho1
government to each producer avcrdgea
In the vicinity of n dollar and n lnl!
per ton of sugar.
Tho former does well nnd Is gsneral'
ly contented, 'lho firms may be on
land owned In fco slmplo or lease I
cither from tho 'government or n tor
porntlou. Tho urea rims from flftj ti
eighty nciis and us a rule ono famllj
is nblo to handle this amount of acre
age, during the harvest season ono or
two additional hclpo.. ..i.iy ho em
plnjed or Bovernl farmcrii may com
blno and help each other.
Tho government sumls toady tn
htlp tho fnimer flninc'lallj It will,
for Instance advance him money" to
build his homo. Tho Interest chatgo Ii
four per cent and tho terms or piymcnc
very easj Tho protection of tha gov
ernment la its lien on tho sugar crop
Prlvato corporations also UsslSl thv
small planter wllh iidvnnccs, ulthuugh
charging a higher ruto of Interest.
Tho Bum paid out each jcari to
tho planted amounts to nbotit three
millions or dollnra. Mr. Desplaco stntca
that tho system lias taken somo tlmo
to work out but It Is now n success
Mnny of tho largo coriioratlons nro cut
ling up Ibtlr lauds nnd Belling tlienf
en easy terms to planters under favor
nblo grinding contracts.
In comparlns conditions In tho
Islands, Mr. Dosplnre BuyB that ho
thinks tho cultivation of tho local sug
ar lands under such conditions would
bring good results Ho knows enough
cf tho Btrugglo Queensland liaB hail to
realize that changes cannot bo brought
i.bout nt onco, but tho cultivation of
tmall nreaB Is quite practical In his
intimation, and tho returns fn Biign
Miould bo ns good,
Tho farmers who aro engaged In tho
Mil woik of Queensland nro nf nil
nationalities and races oxcept the Or
iental and tho black man. The Italians
mo found In fairly lnrge'iiumbsrH but
they ns n rule prefer tho mines Euro
peans of all nationalities havo taken
up tho farms end lh6y havo made a
success of it.
HAWAII MAY 300N
(Continued from Paje 1)
muiiiler, It would bo possllno for many
mattciB of Impnrtnnco to bo bottled
right hero, wero this a department
All 'court martini findings must bo
approval by tho department command
cr beforo they nro forwarded to Wash.
Ington, With a gnrrlson of several
thousand men. It la pointed out that
thoro must bo n good many trials. To
submit nil or tho flndlngu to Sim Fran
cisco, whurd thty would bo pawed Up
tn'by an officer who could not bo thor
oughly In touch with tho cases, would
bo both tioiiblesomo nnd Impractic
able, It Is claimed
THR INTnn ISLAND steamer No
au Is being overhauled nt tho Inter
Thursday, January 7.
C.-A. S. 8. Aorangl, Phillips, lor Van
couver, G p. 111.
U. S. A. T. Dlx, Ankers, for Seattle,
C.-A. 8. 8. Makurn, dlbb, for Col
miles, S p. in.
Stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for La
hnlni and llllo, 5 p. m.
Slmr. Klnnn, Gregory, from Kami
I ortu, a. m,
Per P. M. 8. 8 Manchuria, for Sail
I'nntlsco, Jnn. 8, or 9. Q. J. Wnrren,
Miss Crnco Power, Mies Ada Dwjcr,
MIps Helen Lowell, Mra. Armstrong,
Mrs Alter, Miss Lottlo Alter, MIsJ
Iklcnc Ilnjmond, Miss Klnrciicu Hus-bj-.
Miss Pearl L'ngell, McssrB. 1'rnl
Meek, Jos. Smiley, J. K. Webber, Ar
nil Campbell, Dig. Shakespeare, Mr.
Mafllu, MIsh I). P Smith, Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. L l.ovtHj, child nnd tiurre, Col
Fpnldlng, Itufus P. Spalding, Morgan
Adams, Miss K. Ilchr, Mrs J Scunl
tiiul maid, H. Kroger, W. J. Lent niut
wife, J 8. McCnndtcss, Mr. and Mrs.
llnry Holmes, Mrs. Duck, Wm. Krese,
Hiss l"nsp. Leon HnnlgHbcrgcr, Mrs.
tilt 0. W Harrison. Miss Mubol Th iy
or, W, S. Shaw, Mrs. Speit Mr. Aug.
Drclci, Mrs. U T. Ilreler and child.
Mrs. A, Clark, (loo II. Gilo nnd wife,
W I). Wnhlforth, Miss Anna Wohl
forth, A. K, Tlerinn and wife, Mrs I..
Tlcrinn, Miss" O Ii Bleele. I J. Lea
ther nnd wife, C. II. Kith and wife, II.
A. Pr.itt, vvlfo nnd two children, C. L.
Ileuter nud wife, J, C. Montgomery, K.
M. Lnndlcj and wife, .Mrs K, C. John
sen, J, Ilodglns and wlfo, MIsa P. Q
Ar-lclgh, l'lojd II KmmoiiB, Tong
Phong. Miss M r Plojd, Miss M 1)
Puniilng, Miss Davison, T II. Johnson
ind wlfo. A. W T Ilottomlej-, II. A.
Ilccd, L. Van Liak, l P. Llving3tou
Per stmr. Claudlne, Dennett, for
Maul nnd Hawaii ports, S p. m., Jnn.
8 M. S. Qrlnbaiim nnd wife. W. G.
Hall, V. It. llorton, 8. 11. Mocs, Tong
Chnn, L. It. Parker, C. J, Sliucnlng,
A V. Peters.
Tho following Is n report on medical
examinations In tho various schools
turned In lo Superintendent Halibut,
At Mollllll school there were founrleci
cases of trachoma.
Knllhluka Trachoma, lj conjunct lv
illi, i; vncclnnttons, 13; certificates re
Normal Trarhnm'i, fi; conjunctiv
itis, 18; vaccinations, ill, Itch, 10;
ccitifWates refuted, 131, gt.iutilited
Manna Trnchomn, 1; conjunctivitis,
I; scabies, 4; vaccinations, 20; ceillf
'catos lefithcl, 21.
JInllllll Tiaclinma, II; conjunctiv
itis 19; vncclnntlotu, 33; certificates
rrfurcil, TS, culargid ghtids, 1
Wnllupo Trachoma, G; conjunctiv
itis, G; pcablcs, 1; vucclnntlons, 1, c i
(ideates refuted, 7
WulMkl Trachoniu, 9; conjunctiv
itis, 4f vucluatlons, 20; certificates ie
Pnuoa Trachoma, I; conjunctivitis,
5; rcabliB, 2; vaccinations, 33; cerllf
IcatPB irfuscd, I1!, glands, 1
I'orty of tho 09 cii-es or conjutu My
itis cuus at Kaah muiu uchool icoud
NEW SPARK GAP MAY
BE USEDAT KAHUKU
Conimciclal wlitlobs eeivlco with
tho I'nclfie CoaBt will bo established
leforo long, If (ho cNpurlmcnlH vvhkh
(Icnsrnl Mmngcr J. A. Halch uf tho
Wireless Company Is now making,
prove successful. Last month tho op
tr.itor nt Knhukti Point wna In cam
munlcatloii with thu Pacific Co ist
twuntj eight dnjs out nf tlilltj one
Ilulch Is now can j lug on con us
pondence with n mainland firm rilatlvo
lo n now model revolving spark gap.
This gives n high frequency speak
which mikes It possible to ion
through atmospheric or static iIIb
cunigcs. The spark Btcured with tho lovnlv
ing gap will glvo n snund tn a tele
phone receiver, not iintlko a nosmilto
buzzing. It Is claimed,
This high pitched buzzing biiiui 1 will
travel through statics that n low fie
rjunncy Bj)ark will not,
Moro experiments will bo cariiid on
nlong this line, and Hatch feels sure
that they will result In biltiglng thu
tlmo when n general commercial ser
vice can bo maintained between hero
and tho Coast, decidedly closor It
maj bo that a now model of aerial will
alfco bo tested ut Kahtiku In connection
with tho proposed thango of equip
ment. Sea Wrens, $tOO
18-foot Motor launch with 4-Cyole
Motor, $175, Complete.
'HE CHARLES D. WALKERS, BOAT
AND MACHINE WORKS
King St. opposite South St. t
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