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VENtNG BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T, H., WEDNESDAY. JULY 7, lllftO
jjj Hawaiian Third Deflrec.
WHonolulu Commjndery Red
Oceanic Third Derjree.
All visiting members of tho
Order are cordially Invited lo
attend meetings of local lodges
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. P.
Woctfl every Monday evening M
1:10 In I. O. O ' Hall, Tort Street.
i:. It. 1IKNDIIY, Sccietary.
; r. u. wickc. :i. o.
Air visiting brothers my cordially
OAHU LODOE, I?o. 1. K. oi S
Meet every first ud third Fri
4a ovuulng at 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner l'ort and Hereunto. Vlaltiuc
orothert- cordially Invited to attend.
1'. II. NUC.I3NT, 0. C.
11. U03LINK. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Upoolulu Lodge No. C1C. II. P. O.
Blkt. meets In their hull, on King
Street, near Fort, every Fiiday evci.
lop. Visiting llrothera are loidlully
lnvji',1 to attend.
E A. DOUTIUTT, 12. II.
il. C. 13ASTOX, Sec'y.
Bid m CINLEY LODGE No.8, K.oIP.
JI..I and 4th Saturday
u clock In K. of t
am' ileret.inln Visit-
uidlully Invited to nl-
(, Haft eur.
t "v Ing bruin-
K M MalltKW. C. C.
B. A JACOBS13N. K. It. 3.
EONOLULU AERIE MO, F. 0. E.
M"eetB on the 2nd and 4th WW
tiESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock I'J K of I. il.dl. corner
Beretnula aud Tort streets.
Visiting Kaglet aro invited to it.
V. M. McCOY, V.. Prest.
II. T M 003113. Secy.
CAWAIIAU TRIBE Ko. 1, 1. 0. P.. M.
Sleets every flrst nnd third Thura
rja of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to Mttend.
GEO. SANDI311SON', Sachem.
n. v. todd, c. of n.
Can be made to last
longer and keep mire
coircct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by n
wan who thoroughly
Come and sec us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
I&. A. Guust & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
'WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD,,
Fort and Ktuchant bis,
C. Q YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
rjjy BULLETIN ADS PAY -J
We nrc in line with the
best assortment of
In the market All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Jut nsk for the kind you
Lchnhatdt's Candi.s always
King- and Fort Sts.
im iimi ii iu
MRS. ROSENBERG. Y0DNQ HOTEL
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Orders taken tor all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone. 387.
NEW SUMMER MILLINERY
MISS POWERS' MILLINERY
Boston Baildintr, Fort St.
The smallest, most powerful Fire
Extinguisher on the market. Just
the thing for automobiles. C. W.
Macfarlaue, AuL, Masonic Bid?.
This nnd all the latest peri
odicals arc to be found at
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Made up any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Will do it
TO TOURISTS !
Yci can intrust to us the most
delicate ?arment. All hand work.
J. Abadie, Prop,
White Skirt Clearance
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid,
WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS.
Complete rep'air equipment just
received from the factory.
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO,, LTD.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union.
TAPAS. BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel nenr Fort. ...
LOCAL ANU GENERAL
Ten good auto hacks. 'Phone 6.
Tako your carrlago or automobile
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., tot
MIku Altnlo K. Wheeler daughter of
llio famous (Ion. "Joe" Wheeler, Ista
passenger on the Mongolia.
According to a wireless message
Just received, the Hllonlan will ar
rive nt 4 o'clock this afternoon.
Among the departing passengers this
morning for the States In tliu Alnmeda
were MIhs 12. Dayton nnd Miss I. Day
ton of this city.
Peoplo going to the mainland for
Ihclr vacation should tako Hawaiian
preserves to tholr friends. See Mrs.
Kcarns about It.'
Tho Anchor Baleon Is now under
management of Monty Montgomery.
Joe Merwln still remains as sky pilot.
Call nnd r.oo them.
Kmhassador O'Urien and Consul Gen
eral Donhy Were the guests of Govern
or Freur this morning In n very pleas
nut automobile tour of the city. The
Oovernor spent hoMT.il pleasant hoiitrt
with his distinguished guests.
The Oahu Daseball league will
hold n meeting on Thursday evening
at 7:30 o'clock In tho Heal Kstate
Kxcliangc ofllce on King street. Mat
ters of general Interest will be ills
cusscd and a full attendance of mem
bers Is requested.
In tho hurry and excitement last
night attending upon the unloading of
tho Mongolia's cargo for Honolulu, one
of the HtoU'dores slipped and broke his
leg. He wns rushed to the Queen's
Hospital, whero he Is being treated,
llotpltal authorities refused to gltu
his n nine out this morning, and It could
not be learned from his fellow work
men. l.iini Re,, has filed a'sult for dl
None ngalnst her spoifse, Ah Kwal,
In the (Urrult Court. The couple
wero married June 28. l08. In Ho
nolulu nnd have two children. The
wife claims she was deserted In May
of latt year, nnd asks the Court to
give her u legal beparatlun and the
custody of the joungest child.
Oovernor Krear this morning aji
proved the transfer of two lots on
Young street near tho Agricultural
j College from tho Department of Public
i.aiius to I no iJeparuneni m riiuuc in
structlon, which wero exclinnged foi
land on King street, which was held b;
Cecil Drown under aderso possession,
then transferred to tho Territory. The
title now having been cleaicd, makes
the transfer legal,
Deputy U. 8. Marshal limns left on
the Mongolia with I.o Cheong alias
John Kllua, who lsto be deKirted to
the Friendly Islands bv tho Depart
ment of Commcrco and l.ihor, Cheoug
will bo turned oxer to llio oiptaln of
the Manchuria nt 9:in l-'iuiclsco,
and a receipt taken for hN body, lie
will he kept In the detention cage on
board tho steamships until turned over
to the proper authorities
It is Chief Clerk Malheson now. If
you please. Smiling with tliu dignity
of bis new official position. Mr. Mnlh-
exon gi eel ed llio scribes from llio press
this morning nt Ills desk III tho execu
tivo otllce. While ho has not bi.iken In
yet lo tlie requirements of tho work at
chief elerk to- Sccrctniy MottniUh.
also tliu same lo Ihu Qoternor, like
others of the quill, he has th? quick
discernment lo "get next" rapidly. This
Is llio mild newnpaper nun In tsli"
new Territorial positions latAly. and
rumor Ih nlloat that more appointments
aie in sight.
Masu Suzuki, the .Inpanesa woman
who is making 'an attempt to secure
her liberty from detention by the
Immigration authorities through a
writ of habpas corpus which was fil
ed In tho United States District
Court n few d:i)s ago, Was remand
ed to the custody of United States
Marshal Hendry until a further or
der of the court. Her bond was re
duced from sn.1100, fixed by tliu De
partment of Commerce nnd Labor,
to 1,000 by Judgo Dole. The hear
ing on tho writ will probably come
before tho court tomorrow or Fri
day. Tomorrow Is the day set for tho
continuation of the conspiracy trial
before Judgo I)e Holt, but 'owing to
the Interference of the riot case, and
the uncertainty of tho nttorneys
being unable to go ahead with the
other case, the chances aro the puso
of the Territory against Soga, Ma
kino nnd three of their nssoclales
will go over until the latter part of
this week Tho attorneys on both
sides appeared before Judgo Do Holt
Ibis morning to adjust the matter,
but could arrive at no decision, Tho
Jury will be called and Instructed by
tho court when to report,
TWO INQUESTS ON
The Coroner's Jury which held nn
inquiry Into the death of Ocorge
Tletiln, who was found hanging by
tho neck, returned a verdict of sui
cide. Tlio deceased had suffered a lot
from asthma and was much wonted
over tho fact. He at one tlmo was
employed nt Makaweli as hum and
wns considered a good man at his
work. Later on ho worked on somo
of the Oahu plantations, tho last
place being, It Is salih, Wnlpahu.
Coroner Hose also held an Inquest
Into the death of an unknown man
who wot found hanging in a garden.
The nationality of Iho man could not
be discovered, as the body was loo
much decomposed. The Jury return
ed a verdict that "John Doe" camu
lo his death by strangulation, and
that it w not known what nation
ality' be belonged to. '
WE ADVERTIZE WHAT WE
IT, AND DO IT RIGHT: PHONE YOUR BAGGAGE AND FURNITURE
MOVING ORDERS TO US.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE.' ' ' PHONE 152.
BANK HELD UP
KVKItHTT, Wash.. July ',. A bandit held up the Hank of Com
merce this aflernooii, wounded Hie e.ishler and escaped with seeiul hun
GUNBOAT DOROTHEA SAFE.
DIVrilOIT, July C. -The lake gunboat Doiolhoa, which was missing
with twenty-eight members of the navnj mllltlu on board, is sufe.
m i i
EARTHQUAKE THAT KILLED.
CONSTANTINOI'I.U, July 0 -An earthquake occurred at Aliimellla
today ami several people weie killed.
RAT nnd ROACH Paste
(! thtt lh mm. J.J. M.rntr ! rr Mtkal)
A ZIo bo eltltirm' Elactrlc Put IH kill eR all Hit rill ind inlet In heuii In I tlnqla night
Oookromohes, Water Bugs anil Other Vermin
Br alio nuleklr kllltd. Rctdj mlitd tor no. Tho onlrsuarantccd eittrmlnncr.
Your drufsltt will refund jour money It il loes nol da tho worn.
Intnlll., It... II 00. l trmil.ti .r.i.'.i. t'ttut.
STIAtHf CLCCTKIC MITE CO.. CHICAOO. U.L.
COME AND 00
In the short daylight slay made by
tho Mongolia at this porl, Ambist.ador
O'llrlen and Chas. Deiiby, Consul (leli
einl at Shanghai, made as much of
their tlinu as Honolulu courtesy could
The two distinguished servants or
I'nclo Sam In the Orient err enter
tained by (lovenior Fiear tho entire
morning, together nllh an old rrlenJs,
11. (lilggs Hole, inel here. HlghtBeelngl
about tliu city's hlsloilc places. Until
nn I veil on boaid Ihe eHsel iale aud,i
had little tlmo lo spaio betoio sbn ;
Olio o,' the most sumptuous ofllrlal
dlnnepi over extended ti ti dlplomalle
lepreseiitatlNo In tliu Orient was ten
dered to Mr. Dcnby helnro hu left
Sliunghal. He has been1 itppolutisi 10
Vienna, wheiu lie Is now going, accom
panied by his wire-nuil throe t.oiis,
Ambassador O'llrlen staled List
night thai his leaving Jiipau lit the;
present moment was only In Ihu way I
of 'a vacation, He is going lo IiIh homo I
In Michigan for u stay, and will re
turn lt Russia and tho Slbeila Hull-!
...... , ,,.. ..in ,.. i.. i.t.. ...tr.. i.. ii..,. i
nil,. IKT n,u jwiii iiiu i,,ii, in in up-,
scls, whero shu Is now xlslllng1 u mur-i
rlcil daughter, having gone overland
II. FubIiIiio niul K, Knwukntnl, who
are two of tho derendiuits under ll.c
riot indictments, now race more mi loin
Itroiibl',, In tho t-luip of kldrnplng
Ichiimes. The coniiihilntH were illel hi
.Court this looming by County Attorney I
Cathcart, and charged that on July l,
'Misuino ami Kawmuimi wiiiuuy, mi
I lawfully and maliciously Imprisoned
KatsuJI Tsunoda, loyojii Tsuziikl and
llatsutiel Tsunoda ugnlnst their wlll'm
a house for thirty minutes on July I,
There wns bouio 'delay In securing
Iho warrants from tho Sheriff's olllo.
this moinlng, ami Judgo Du Holt Repri
manded tho deputies for delaying the
court. The warrants wuro tend by Ihe
Japniicko luterpieter, and tho men
were afterwnid allowed to go on their
own recognl7iiiico until Iho end of tho
riot trial, when they will have lu lur
nlsh nuw bonds,
Supervisor W II. McClellnn wns
among the outgoing passrngeis this
morning for the mainland. Ho was
given a good hciuI off by bis friends,
I Dr. Curt y or tho local .Murine Hos
pital Service, left this morning on the
Alameda, on his way to Iho depiosy
.conference) to be held In Norway,
i Konalor B, W. Qiilnti willed lids
.morning for tho Status. Ho left in Iho
I Mis. Ablifoul, vvlfo of Attonipy C. W.
Asliford. left todny for tho Slates.
HE MAN WHO HAS NOT ORDERED his Summer
Suit had better
WOOLENS at W.
A LARGE CROWD
Fur the two hundred and nl'ieleenlli
tlmo llio Oceanic steamship Alameda
em i led u mingled eiowd of mil mid
iileny peoplo out of the iJglit of Ihe
slimes f if the I'.iradlM- of the P.tcllie
ainl bet her iiiim tor San Francisco this
moiulng. The same weeping ones who
seem lo hiio u friend to bid good byo
on oM'r. boat went prevent, llio s-iine
soriowrul eyes took the last look lit
tho city that has been homo" in hoiiio
t-UH'H a week, In some c-:ises il llfelliue.
hut uoMMllieless "homo" lor nil tho
Oxer a hundred pass, ngers were on
her eabiu list when she sailed, nnd her
rull was lined three deep with lels.
Here and Ihcie Ihe tup or a head stuck
out or u liaiidkeirhler waeil, hut il
was mostly his.
She Is lacing llio Mongolia lo Sun
I'liinrlM'o and c. in leu the mall and
the details of the two boats' progress
will iellee Ihe iisiuil monotony nt tho
sea-lilp. Iloals coming fiom that ill
Kctloii tho ht.t tew ila)H have lepoil
ed r.ilher lough weather but llio out
look for a good Mijiigo lo start with
was good this moiiiliig.
TIIK 11001)00 or the Prosper Is still
with her, oven though Captain Tialnor
rlulms thai Ihe leak In stopped up. Ho
claimed that Ihe last time, but she ru
tin ned and now her crew me chary of
hlgnlug III her, sulug that (lie Is nil
old tub mid not seawoithy. There la
Mime talk along tho walerfioiii ili.u
bile will be riiudciiincl nflcr iu Iris
luailo the coming trip to Uedoudo, not
wlllistandlilg Iho opinion or experts
that her hull Is sound,
, THU W. (1. HALL, In this nidinlng.
leporlH Iho Amei'leiili'llawallaii steam
er Miissachiihetts loading sugar at Port
Allen, 1'rclght delivered Ibis morning
by -her Is us follows: r.Mio hags a.
sugar. Till rases honey, u empty wine
barrels, 1 1 crates pears, 20 packages
TIHJ TRANSPORT Sheild.m was
clelii) cil nn hour yeslrnlay afternoon
by a cable fouling In tho propeller. Two
Hawaiian swimming boys attempted to
iiifloot'eu II but it was Mime tlmo lie
fine lh b'g liiat could gel under way
Till: R'li:A.MKIt Nllhau this moin
lng biouglit In -:io hags or Kealla sug
ar nnd il p rcigoH sundiles. Tho
weather W.1H hi bad tit Kealla that
Ihey weio unable in wink at that place.
HUOAIt LIST rcpoiled by W, fl. Hall
Is us rolluws: K. S. M.. lO.Ofli); Muk,
13,0111 i Melt., :i7,!l,iii K. 1' 9ig. i
S!I.VJi 11. M. 7M'J; (1. F llll Ml); M H.
Co., .T.'.fino; K. S, Co., 12,(101),
TJIU INTKIt ISLAND slenmer I lei-
rim Is mil Hug sugar lulu Iho MIs-
bouilan ut Iho Hallway vvliiur,
Niikatil Oi-li'il who illbchaiged the
contents of Ids lovolvtr, vvlileh wns
loaded with blank shells, Into his
friend's fare, was bent over to the reef
ror sK months this moinlng by Judgo
see the LIGHT-WEIGHT
W. AHANA CO.'s STORE.
, i. , a
. IN FOREIGN PORTS I I I ARRIVED 1
Wcdnesday, July 7.
Kl'ltttKA Arrived July :
III: S. C Allen, bunco Juno 17,
SAI.INA Cltl'Z Sailed July 0:
S. S, TeMili for San Kianclseo.
SAN FRANCISCO Arilved July 7:
SUir Muriel, from llonolpu, Juno 18.
WlllUI.irSS H. S. Hllonlan will nrrl0
nt I p. in., from Han Franclheo,
Per S. S. Mongolln. July 7, for San
Fioiiclsco Mri. anil Miss Douglns.Mrs.
I''. Klnmp, Miss Janet tlaitlt, J. A.
Mct'iiiHllinn, wife arid ton, John Fnr
well, 0. N. Wilcox, L. II. Kerr,
wlfu and ilaugliler, (I. A. Sehacfer,
MrH. C. Slewml, Mrs. P. .1. Low
ley, P. W. Mnefarlaiie and wife, 1.
W. Pease, Miss Kalheilno Kvans,
Mrs. H. S. C'hnpnian, Mrs. I'Or
n n ge, Mrs. C, O. linger, Miss M.
K. Ilerger, V. II. Hlco anil wife,
Mis. O. II. (Incut, Miss Ruth Mc
C'besney, (' A. MeWnyne, J. F.
Merrill. .Mr. Lee, P. Hehrelber, Mrs.
L. It. Kllert. Harry llruns, Win.
Wright niul wire, It. M. Johnson,
It. W. Itohlnsou, Dr. A, Schwab,
Mm. IL iiii WiililliattTCii, W. O.
Juiues, Mik. M. C. Miller, tleo. C.
Daxles and wife, O. II. Woltlier and
wife, T. Tnkaliiishl. J. K. Ward
mid wHc nnd Hi ihlldien, Leon
Ilonlgsbcrg. John Mllner, C. D. Mi
ner, It. (I. Oiii nor, wife and wn, it.
Mohi, wife mid child, Mis. L. P.
Hall, Mrs. Peterson, Mrs. A. Duel;,
J'. I). Daly mid wife. Jink Itynii,
Miss llertlm Itaeine, Mis. A. II. Lee,
Mis. M. Illuudell, Illicit Lane, Mrs.
T. (I. Thrum, V. J. While, Jrof.
T. A. Juggar, Mlm Ollusky, Mrs.
D.ivld Dowsett. Miss J;nn Ilroad
huiut, Mrs. (1. L. llonlne, W. II.
MelkMiu and wire, K. Klrjou, Mrs.
Ward. MIks Polls. Mrs II. A. Cn
hilel, Miss Hchs, Capt. Sllipp, V . S.
A , Capt. Cliapmau, t S. A.
RACE OF RIVAL
BOATS FOR MAIL
The state of the water, Jho I lend
of tliu winds and the height of tho
seas between hero and FiIbcii Town
mu of nioii! than usual Impoi tiinco
lo llio olIlcerK or the Mongolia mid
Alnlued.i on their present voyage
Iloth boats weie hchtilulcd lo sail
nt Hi o'clock this moinlng; the Ala
iuciIk sailed ten minutes late mid the
Parlllu Mall liner pulled out a half
hour later, her passengers st niggling
In I. lie. In eonseqiienro the O.vunlo
boat bus her stem pointing ut her
rival at tliu very start.
When the Alameda went out the
blue "IISM" Hag was Hying at her
masthead, supplying nn evident lea
hoii for the keen ilvalry of Ihu olll
cers. The nfllcerH of the Alameda aro
roiillilent of reaching Sail Fisinrlsco
before tho Mongolia, piovldlng they
escape head seas and udveise winds,
but admit that the other boat has a
better chance under those conditions.
Lorrln Andicws, (ho new Deputy
Attorney (lencral, may be u passen
ger on Ihe Hlloulaii, which was due
to arilvu at noon. Attorney (iuueinl
llemeiiwiiy had vvoid through u mes
sage nent by u party on the Man
dim la, which arrived from Iho main
land June :10. At that time Mr. An.
drews was trying it murder case In
Reno ami did not know exactly when
ho could leave tor Hawaii. Ilo In
formed Mr. llemcnway that he could
not catch tho Alameda, hut would
piobably embark on the Hllonlan,
Mr. Andrews wilt take hold In the
Attorney (lenenil's (I (lice at once and
tomo changes will bo made In the
peihunncl of tho force. Mr. llemcn
way barf not given these out us yet,
but after consulting with Mr, An
drews It Is probable that Deputy
Larnach will leave tho olIHe. It Is
iiiidcislood Mr. Sutton will remain
In tliu capacity of assistant fur some
tlmo lo come.
Kdwaid I'm her was this afternoon
found guilty by tho Jiuy or assault
unit battery on Pnlleeimiii Apana,
mid sentenced by Judge Whitney to
six months In pilson. The rube was
concluded lu the Clicult Court at
noon, and Attorney CJulnii made u
htnmg plea to the Jurj on bohnlf of
his client, Deputy County Attorney
Itrown rested his rnso without argu
ment. The Jury went out nt noon
nnd remained in a two bonis' sess'lon
In levlewlug the tifitlmouy. Parker
denied ho stiiiek Apana, and charged
the oHlcer with beating him over the
head with a club. The defendant
claimed ho was hobcrrut thu'tlinu llio
SlmrW. fl. Hall, n. lu.
Kliur. Nlllutu, a. m.
Per S. S. Alamedn, for San, Fran
risen, July 7 Miss I, F. Annette, K.
IK. Arnold, Mrs. C. W. Anhford, A.
K. Ilalley, Itev. F. llartlemnn, Mrs.
M. L. Ileitis, .Miss O. J. Ileitis, Mrs.
1.1. Illikiiell nnd eblld. O. T. Hoard
man, L. A. Hoggs, C. Hon, Mrs.
Hon and two children, Mrs, II, II.
Iliodle, Miss I. M.'ilruwn, W. 11.
Ilyers, W. L. Castle, llro. Charles,
Mrs. M. II. Churchill, Miss C.
'riaypiiol. Miss L. Clnypool, Mis.
Clouch, Miss Cloiieh, Mrs. Crockett
nnd tbiee children, Miss I. Crook,
Miss N. Crook, W. C. Crook, Dr.
Curry, Miss IL Dayton, Miss I. Day
ton, Mrs. D. Dowsclt, Miss P.' II.
Dimlop, Miss P. M. Dyke, 13? M.
I ; In m and son, llio. Hugene, llro,
l'ran"ls, Mrs. tlrlbble, Miss J. Has
tte, Miss lleadlee, Mrs. W. Hcllborn,
Miss A. Ilocsly, Miss K. I'L Horner.
Miss I. Kelly, T. Klnslea. Carl F.
l.ehners, Mrs. I.ehners, Mrs. C. (I.
Long, II. F, Luras. MIhs C. Ma
(Oinber, Mrs. 13. 13. Miller and in
liinl, Miss 13. Moiisairalt, II. C.
Moigau,, W. Morgun, Misses Mc
Allister Ci), Mis. C. J. McCarthy.
Miss 13. MtCailhy. W. II. McClel
Ian, Mlts L. M. Nicholson, T. O'Con
nor.Mis. O'Connor and three rhlld
icn, Mrs, A. M. Parry, Miss L. 13.
Perkins. Miss L. Pratt, T. Pratt, 13.
W. tjuliiu. C. ('. Ilbodes. Mrs. L. A.
I lev, Dr. J. L. Itoss, Miss S. F.
Itoss, Mis, M. A. Sampson, Mrs. D.
Smith,' (. W Smith, Mrs. L. M.
Smith and two children. Mlfs J.
Tanner, Mrs. A. 13. Temple and live
(111 I'll en. Mis. A. Thiirlnw, Miss F.
Tciwfh, Miss 13. I'L Wlikciip, Miss M.
Win lie, llio. Wlllebonl.
Mi OF BUD
At I lie mooting of tho Hoard of Ag
rleitltuio which was held this afler
noon In Mnrstou Campbell's olllcu
some Inteiestliig statements were
made by Kntomologlst Kolinsky with
lefcreiico to ihe fruit Hy mid liuiggol
which aro doing such damagu to tho
cucuiubers and melons or this Terri
tory. Kolinsky said that ir everyone who
noticed tliu maggot would ut oucu gath
er llio debils together and burn It, a
urfnt ile.'it ,ir eiinil umilil t,. .linn, li,.
slated that on King street he had vis
ited an uiiamioued garden aim amidst
the thousands ut cuciiiuoeis llieio i.k
had dlbcoveied liillllons or the mag
gots. Iir. Norgaaul teportccl that Iho lum
ber ami lion bad been purchased ror
tho quiii uutluu iiaddock, and that tho
folic ii Is nil up. The paddock should
bo leady ror occupation within twit
iveeks tloin now.
Ihu question or Portuguese and oth
ers cutting the Hone) 1 1 oiio grass on
Tantuliis was biouglit up, and Mr. Is
enbetg said that bo thought Hint the
piaellco bhould ho discontinued as tliu
grass Is u gixnl Hie luenk nnd i
spreading all over IheT place.
'I ho superintendent was Instructed
to piohlblt Iho cutting or tho grass lu
future, ut livmi mi Hi., i-i-iiuu i,,., i
l -, ....... ... ihv niunn uini
spiead enough lo ensuiu that II will
nut lie nun ny cropping.
A colleellon or Iho fruit Hy parasllo
lias come Irom West Australia, und
they are now being taken caro of at.
A meat inenacn to n i.wttniui.w, i...
... - ... H ,....,...o... in
dustry has been discovered In a grub
..uitii in iiueriuilg llio UlgUI'ODU llOHer,
and It Is thought that Ibis pest is pie
venting tliu tree from hearing beans.
Kolinsky was Instructed tn look lulu
Iho mutter at once and lo ioiort as
soon us possible,
Those piesent at the meeting worn
Chairman Marston Campbell, D. 1' II.
iseiiberg, H. M. von Holt, u ' fl.
Ulackman. It s llnvn.,.,. ,,., i i.-
, - - .! U. Itlllll-
A TREAT FOR TONIGHT.
Among iho delightful visitors left
beio by the Mongolia aro Mrs. Lyman
Hal id and .Mrs. S K lliirih,,, ,.....,i
dent und lie-usurer leBpectlvely of the
,Miiiiiis noniii or the Interior. They
nro two of Chicago's foremost women,
wlioluivo been touring iho woild study-
llli: IIIIesIc.Iih (HI lln.lr iiu-.i ....... .
7 ...-,. ...... ,,,,,11111, 4Vm
cnmpllfhcd speakers both they wlll-bi
In gieat demand cm their mtiiiii to tint
Windy City. Forlunutely they hnvii
kindly coiiheiited to uccedo lo the ro
quest or n lends Ip Honnliilii nnd ad-diei-s
Iho mid-week meeting at Central
tmliiii Pailsh Hoiiso this ovenlngiat
1:'M. This brier announcement khouhi
siiuiccc in inline Hoiiso. Iloth ludkvi
go on to Ihe coast by Iho Tcno Mnru
on Saturday. The public aro cordially
Invlleil Ihls civenliig.
Tho man who will slnrt In lo uivr
r)btcnmtlcally. even tlmngh tho
amount bo small, will ,u hMlv i h .
coiurcirlably off some day. Onou nn
accoimt today with Tho Hank or U.
wall, Ltd.. corner Fort uml Merr-luiui
(W)' Ca',ltul "'"' ""'Plus ILiilH),
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycn
r . otor '175 Complete.
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