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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, November 27, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 13, Image 13',
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EVENING nULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. II , SATUUIMY, NOV. 27, 180D.
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TO FIGHT PLAGUE '
ON PACIFIC COAST
SEVERAL VELL . DEVELOPED
CASES DISCOVERED III THE
BAY SHOHE COUNTIES OF
COFFEE foil THE WOULD
WASHINGTON, Nov 6 -The cm
ilUat loll of lilt' bubonic )l:i(;iio In tuo
Krnvest public health iiULMtlmi now
before tin Atnc-rli mi people,
Thlx la t lie noli? of warning bound-
i'il liy Or, (!. Hint Mori lam, chief ot
tin- hlnluKlcnl survey of the ilupail
incut of agriculture, on t ho eve of
Ills departure) for California to fight
Die prim disease. Already miikcuUS
ol the liulillc hcaltli ami marine hoi- .
pllal service mo waning iincndlnij
warfniu ncnlnsl the Inirrllile specter!
jhlioulnir Hint tlio illscnpej la mi long
er confined to San rrnnrlseo ami
other rmyit cities.
It liaii Iii'i'n li'iiriieil tlinl the phiKU"
v,m carried Inland. b the benchy
"I am gdlim to Ojklnmt," raid l'r.
Men lam, "lo iieisotiully supervise
the I'.impiiliHi of extermination which
hat heen declilrd upon. My plan now
It Is only tentative, however Is
tn Iroliito Alameil.i ami Contra Costa
('(unities where Infected KiulrrnlH
have, heen found iitnl dlnsHiicl phiKUii Htato of Sao I'.iulo
imthu.ijH uinoiip, human IicIiiks us'iotTee- for tlio (list
well mid Mil olT every siiulncl III cilrlcnt un before
that territory, " Into effect was
According to Consul - Icncrnl'
(leorpn n. Alidemnti, of Hlo de On-
nulro, the decision of tlio govern-
incut of the Brazilian State of Sao
I'aulu, not to change Its present leg
mlatlon llmllllij! the export of coffee
from that State during the current
(offeo season melius that the entire
coffee exports of tlio Stnte will tnhe
placo (it the pic'ctit lull' hy .Inuunry
-. Tim value nf the exports of tin
On Saturdiiy Inst, Mr Henry Jae
ger gave n stag part) at Ills home
at tho Peninsula. The p.riv took
tlio 6:16 train and arrived In time
for dinner. Sunday was di voted to
emitting with Mr. .Iaogr's large
Mti'iun launch, which he reteiitly pur-
I liionths of tho iiduieeil nt the coast Among the
the limit went guests in tho houso patty weiu: Mr.
$.11200.000, Dining Prank Armstrong, Mr. Sam Walker,
tho livn counties are (lie ne.t :! nionths, In which tlio 1 1 in- Mr. Hairy ltycroft, Mr. OiiiiMiusc
tt tttttt'l 4
Mauna I.oa, Pililnj, for
Whitney & Marsh. Ltd.
eil on the
Col. Harris of Snn I'miiclsco Is n
guest or Major and Mis. Wadhains
at Port Sharter, i
Ham Johnson left on Tuonlty No
vember tho twenty-third fur Hawaii i
hounded on I luce sides hy water and
marches. On Hill southern boundary
It was In effect ewpt for n shoit and Mr., Will Mclnerny.
time, the expoils foil to $n61,62.1,
of this fiinu uf death in the cltleii
end now Dr. Men lam proposes to
Htm 1 tho campaign In the rural sec
tions. In two counties of thu statu of C i
llfornla Contra Cosln mill Alameda
have leccntly been discovered sev
en well ilellnoU cases of hiihonle .(ll, . .rm,mo ,10 tllla cft g t
'...r,.., iiiLj i rvn uiu ,,, in it,, tn, p( ( WOrK,
It Is likely thai we shall have our scarcely any of which was coffee.
giealest prohlem. My Idea Is to clear After the licglimlng of tho new f.ea
it path, Bay u mile or luoro in width son in thu 7 weeks from July I to
nciors the kouHiein pait of the pen- Aiigus-l :' I loffcn nlono exieeded
Insula which foiius tho two counties. $20,(imi omo. t'ntll the date of the
Then our men would start from this limit of shipments Is leached the oil-
Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Swauzy
entertained at dinner Thursday even
ing at their homo in Minion Valley.
The tnhlo was hcautlfiilly m ranged
In cut flowers nnd maiden hair fern.
Among the friends who enjoyed Mr.
denied ground northward, killing off tiro tmntiierf In! world In Sao I'aulo nnd Mrs. Swanzy's hoipltnllty were:
cery miuIiicI in their path. Not ono will hiiiiIii to meet tho demands upon
should he allowed to escape." ( It in the hlndllliKof limiiL'lixi! iiian-
titles of coffee. After Ihe limit Is
Oueo In n while n man Is too proud leachnd theie will he'll months of
to hog and too honest lo steal. Then magnaiioii.
irrtm 4 &lj1ttn.
VHJjrw "" " Tor
Admlial nnd Mrs. Cmwln P, Itees,
Major and Mrs. Dunning of Knit
Shifter, Judgo nnd Mrs. WoodruII.
KeVcial luhhers ot lliidge wuie cti
jojed hy the guests.
I The first of the mouth, Mr. and
, .Mis. George Smith nnd daughter will
I occupy Hx-dovernor Carter's hcach
hoiiEC for three months. Miss Smltii
ARMORITE PAINT is prepared
specially to resist the chemical action of
No boatman would think of using
ordinary paint on the bottom of his boat
knowing how quickly it would peel off in
Yet, when you paint a house in this
climate the paint is exposed to exactly the
same condition, only in a less degree.
Instead of salt water, the paint is exposed g
xo saix air.
It is to meet this condition that ARMORITE
PAINT has been evolved. First of all, it is a perfect
paint; and, second, it contains ingredients to resist
the decomposing effects of the salt atmosphere.
ARMORITE comes in the greatest variety of
colors. It has great covering capacity, and we guar
antee every gallon.
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"Everything Photographic" Fort Street
COKE TAX USE
(Special to the till Hot in)
WAIM'KP, Mmil, Nov. 2fi. Alliir
ney ,1ns. I,. Coko was In Wnllakii early
H1I3 week to attend to some tax cnies
ngnhiht tho estate of J. Knmnkelo, late
of Kula, Maul, of which he Is the ad
ministrator. Tho estate owed taxes in
hoth the Makawao and Wnlhiku (Its
diets since lS'.l.".. Ililef on pait of
tho Tenllory was llled In the cases hy
I Deputy Attorney General 13. it. Sutton.
! Mr. Coke last Monday niomliiK con
fessed JiidKmeiit before Dlstilct Miik
Istialo V. A. MrKay of Wnlhiku for
taxes ouIiik hy the Obtate In hoth the
Makawao and W'altuku districts, On
the same day .Mr. Coke appeared be
fore Judge S. H. Kingsbury of tho Sec
ond Circuit Court nnd made a motion
one of the prettiest Klrls that has
Lver visited In Honolulu, and she
nnd her pnrents will he n Rreat ac-
(llllullliin (11 llnniilulit mi.lntt. Tltn
S-'inlths nie wnrm, peisonal friends l"" "' !"' " " "" I "' ,
of Mr. and Mrs. James McCandless
mill Miss McCandless.
Mrs. Sidney Halloa's sister, Mrs.
Harry Colhurn Turner and her aunt.
Mrs. I. C. Parker of I.os Angeles,
of tho estate he sold to meet the lax
claims ho allowed. Tho court granted
Knmakelo died In 1UU:i nnd his wid
ow, Kanllinln, was appointed adminis
tratrix the follow Ine Year, hut her nd-
wlli arrive on the steamer Mongolia, ' ministration beliiK unsatisfactory to
Monday, to spend the Christmas holt- the heirs, she was illsLharKcd, mid
days with Judge and Mrs. Itallou. I Attorney . I. I.. Coke succeeded her ns
Mrs. Turner has visited Honolulu administrator In 190G, and he has han
hefoie. and made many fi lends dur-.,1cd tIl0 Bxty mui more ncrcg f ,.or
me ner sojourn ucie. i.einB a Rreai ,,, , KuIl( mll, tll0 mf.acro Iot nt ,
ravorlto socially. . Wnlhee to tho best of his ability, but
.,,, , . even so experienced an attorney as
Mr, Henry Wlchnimi entertained.,. .... ...,., ,
. , ,, ... M. . .! I LUnl' KI1IHI IlUt IJI INK IUO .ni4lH.-
iuformally at dinner, Thursdny even-, . . . ., , , , ,.
HiB. The table was chi,rmlnKly dec- '! 0f:U;b, hcl,cotll ,e,,,,n for "'"
oiated In red carnations and maiden M,u of lliu property to pay taxes and
lhnlr. After dinner the entlrp party 0,1"'r II""""'"-
j motored out to the Mimna Hotel, nnd
.joined In the festivities which wcro
Kivcu In honor of the Italian Olil
Walter l-'rcnr who
thu Hanny Scott's
ALHHA TO HONS
(Special to tho Hullo tin)
WAII.UKU, Maul, Nov. 'Jfi. Tho
members of tho Klks resldliiR in Wal
nt Walklhl, entertained Informally liiku, Knhulul, nnd I'uunena Rave a
Weilnesihiy at a five o'clock Ten. Tho
table was bet on the WnlMltl lanat
niiild a bower of green. About twen
ty Rucsts wore iirctent, nnd a pleas
uut afternoon was spent.
Mrs. Fred Wntcrhouse Is Riving .1
children's swimming; party this af
ternoon In honor of her two chil
dren. About forty children have)
heen Invited; ice cream, cake and 1
candy so dear to tho little ones
heart will be mm veil on the lagoon
Mr, and Mrs. Hubert I.ewers Rate
an old time Thanksgiving dinner
Thiiisday. The dinner was given In
honur of mine of the young bachelors
of Honolulu, who had no homes of
their own in which to celebrate the
Mr. and Mrs. (lerrit Wilder enter
tained 11 niimbir of friends Wednes
day night at dinner. The table dec
(nations, and appointments of the
table wero perfect in every detail,
after dinner the guests plioeil
Mrs. Alexander Hnwes Sr. entcr-
tuliied on Thanksgiving Day for Cov
entor Cleghoru. Mrs. Jack Hnwes,
Miss .lessle Kaufman nnd Mr. Percy
Doctor and Mrs. C. II. Wood gave n
charmingly appointed dinner Wed
nesday night, the nffulr was inform
al, but extremely vnjoyablo.
Dr. B. a. Gouilliuo, Mrs. Ooodhuo
Miss Goodhue. K. Goodhue, wero ar
rivals In Honolulu Saturday tho twen
tieth ot November.
Mr. Percy Cleghoru entertained In
formally at Tea, Sunday, In honor
of Miss Helen Hough of Stockton,
Mrs. (lenrgo Klcugel left o ullio Man
na Kea Tuesday November the twenty-third
for n vlslt.to tho Volcano.
Miss J. Sopor and .Miss Wlthlngton
left on tho Klnaii for Kainl, Tuesday
the twenty-third of November.
Mrs. Itoyal D,.Meiid and small daugh
ter nnlvcil on the Manna Ken from 11
visit to Illlo and tlio Volcano.
Mr. and Mrs. Chailes Hire arrived
on the Klnnu fiom Kauai Sunday thu
tweiity-flrht of November.
Colnno Sam Parker was 11 returning
passenger on, the Claudlnp, November
luent-foiirth, from Mnul,
Mis. W. K. Taylor Is looking tho
picture of health, hIiico her leturii
fioni thu Volcano.
Mrs. Hough, nnd Miss Hough, wcio
passengei'H 011 the Klnau.
Mrs. Call Walters and Infant sail-
farewell dinner nt Kuhuliii Inst Satur
day evening to Kerdlumid Huns which
was very largely attended. II. Ilenne
Hon of tho Kahulul Club house was ca
terer. Cnptnln Parker nnd others of
Hint body contributed their full share
1 of the fun ot the evening, mid those
I who participated In thu gajctics of
tho occasion are still giggling over
the ntter-etTects, for, 11s Is usual with
tho Klks, wherever they are picscnt.
inerry-mnkliig mid bldo-spllttlng Jokes
go tu the full limit.
(Special to tho II 11 1 let ill)
WAILUKU, Maul, Nov. 3R. Thanks
giving Day was kept as a mitlonnl hol
iday on Mnul this year. The Walluku
churches had their Thanksgiving serv
ices lst Sunday, both morning and
evening, so up services were held In
town yesterday. However, tho Wal
luku members of thu C. K. held serv
ices In Wulluku Jail which were very
successful and enjoyed by tho convicts
nnd others present. Itev, K. I). Kau
mehclwa ot Knahumunu Church led.
Addresses pertaining to tho dny wero
given in Hawaiian by Senator W .1,
Coelho, Hon. J. W, Knluii, and C. I..
Kookoo and others, and In Japanese
by Itev. Mr. Taunka.
VAUDEVILLE AT THE NOVELTY.;
Tho Alameda brought two vaudeville
artists to tho Novelty Theater. They
will open ut this thoatcr nt tho corner
of Niuiuuu mid Paualit sticcls tonight,
with original acts in singing and danc
ing, Tho two artists are "Happy"
Jack Walker nnd Miss .leanctto Coop
er. Happy Jack Is an eccentric com
edian who holds u medal for tho best
soft shoo dancer, awarded hy Hlchard
K. Fox of tho Police Gazette. Miss
Cooper recently closed nn engagement
with the Muriny Mack Co. Tho two
terminated au engagement with tho
Sullivan-Armstrong people at the
Ameilcan Theater In order to accept
tho Honolulu engagement. They will
bo hero for several vveekB nnd cveiy
nmi who likes good vaudeville, should
bo able to see them several times dur
lug their stay hero.
MOHHISON At tho Quiicn's Hospital,
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1309, Alexander
.Morrison, a natlvo of Scotland, aged
Funeral will inovo from Williams'
Undertaking Parlors nt 2:30 o'clock
Sunday, .Members of Honolulu Aerlo
110, will nsKMiihlu nt their hall at 1: 15
li, 111. Interment at Niliianu cemetery
When naby was sick, wo gave her
When she was a Child, she cried feu
Cast 01 la.
When slut became Miss, she clung to
When shn had Children, she gavu them
To cur patrons this yeai will tnkc the form cf sorr.ctliins;
that every individual, belli great and small, will surely
r.prir:ciatc end try to r,v:i. It is a
Victor Talking Machine
and Record Cabinet
The latest model, handsomely finished in oak.
BEGINNING ON DECEMBER 1ST
Every Purchase of 25c
Will be entitled to ONE COUPON, each (,'ood for ONE
The contest will close on Bee. 24th at 0 p. m.. The
lucky individual having the largest number of votes will
FREE OF CHARGE
Victor Machine and Cabinet
It will be on -view in our window up to Tuesday eve
ning, and after that in the store.
Our employes will not be allowed to participate in
Our Holiday Goods
Consisting of many n veltics are all on display.
S O A P
THE KIND THAT PUTS SUNDAY SUNSHINE INTO
THE HOME ON MONDAY.
YOUR GROCER SHOULD BE 'ABLE TO SUPPLY
Fred L. Waldron
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness. Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
tics, Amonc the articles that we ate showing nre dress x
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in all
Buying is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call.
WING WO TA1 & CO.,
011 Nuuanu St.