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IBJlUB!,agT8lww "' 1 1 III IIII1IM IMIII I I II II
Certain lines to be en
tirely closed out, regard
less of cost. This will
2 Piece Suits,
We have 100 SUITS, just
received by the s.s. Alameda,
consigned to us by our New
York agent; original cost, $12
each, and will be on sale to
clear at $9.50 per suit.
All at Slaughtering Prices
This Sale begins
SATURDAY, FEB. 5,
at 8:00 a.m.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
MOSQUITO WAR FLANS READY.
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, ' T. II., MONDAY, FED. 7, 1010
(Continued from Page 1.)
tlio Donrd o( Health along the llnw
The, Hoard Iihs now S Sanitary In
spcctoit. It Is proposed to have 11
Knlmuki to tho rldgo Including Pi-
lolo 1; Wnlklkl nnd Park 1; Manon
and neighborhood 1; Maklkl to sea 2;
lluslncsi district 1; Nuuanu and Pauon
Nufianu to Knlihl maukn of School
; Knpalamn and loner of Kallhl 1.
Total 11 .
Wnlklkl and Park 1: Maklkl to uea
1; Uuslncss district 2; Nuuanu nnd
Pation 1: Nuuanu to Knlllil maukn ol
School 1; Kapalnma and lower Kallhl
1. Total 7.
The Sth Snnltnry Inspector Is en
gaged In looking alter pis and duck
Tlio districting has heen mado with
n view of having tlio 8anltnry Inspec
tors In their respective districts assist
tlio Mojiqulto Campaign In so far ni
their other and regular duties may
The foregoing districting Is tenta
the and is subject to chango ns con
dltlon may demand after the work is
Then? w 111 be required for the carry
ing on of the campaign, Including the
pay of lnspectois, materials, etc, ap
proximately JICO'J pri month; for no
cess.ir. equipment to Inaiigurato the
uui.imijn, such ns pumps .barrels, oil
etc., appioiimntvlv ISuO.
Pay 1(413 unci u Hut of Bup'plles pur
cliusid will Lie icnbcicj tliu Shlpper'r
W'linit lomniltni', monthly. These
will uo nmce In duplltnU-, duly ccr
tided to as correct by the officer In
chargo cf tho Mosquito Campaign and
countersigned by tlio Secretary of the
Ilourd of Health. Upon receipt of
cluck fur tho nggregato amount of
such puy rolls and supplies for the
cuuent month, which check will be
acknowldgid by tho President, tho
bills will Lo promptly paid and the
o: lslncls, together with the original
pay loll, ulll be returned to the Ship
ptrs' Wlisif Committee.
Oil. PltATT IN CHAItQE OP MOS
QUITO AND SANITATION"
WOHK OP THE HOARD
(n) Sanitation Work will cover the
cntlio Tonltory. Tho artua) sanlta
Hon woik in Honolulu will bo under
the direct charge of Mr. Charlock, un
ler whom tho Sanitary Inspectors will
work. Dr. Pratt acting Iri a supervls
ory and advisory rapacity. Tho Sanl
tnry Inspectors of Honolulu will he
subject to tho Immediate direction!
of and responsible to Mr. Charlock,
nnd Mr. Charlock responsible to Dr.
rintt Tho pome system will prevail
In Hllo and Hrmukua districts, Ha
wail, under the direct chargo of Mr
Bowman. Dr. Pratt will necessarily
and ocLitstonally lelt tho other Is
lands and locnJitlcs In (thls Island
other than Honolulu.
(b) Mosquito Work will cover Ho
nolulu eiily and will be under the sup
en Iblou of Dr. Pratt with Mr. Char
lock us assistant. The Mosquito In
ipectors will be responsible in the
same manner as the Sanitary Inspec
tor)!. Dr. Pratt will attend to the
Caucntlcnnl nldo of tho campaign.
(a) Supervision of tho filing In,
recording and tiling of forms used in
connection with tho Leper Law until
such times ns tho present clerk it
fully broken Into 'his work,
(b) Supervising tho making up ol
maps and reports show ing tho location
P Ivdry Soap'sold
for a dollar, in
stead of less than
a cent, an ounce, it
would be no better, no
'purer than it is.
There is no "free"
alkali in Ivory Soap;
no. harmful ingredient
of any kind,
'It is pure soap
99o Per Cent. Pure
able to.' the Information of tho com
mlttee. Monthly summaries will be
furnished to tho committee.
The 25 barrels will bo placed at
convenient points in the several dls
trlots. Theso will bo kept supplied
with oil by tho oil tank wagon. From
these points the inspectors will radiate
In the.r vvork, earning their oil In f
gallon dnjms.f They will also carry o,
pump and a bucket 'Into which oil will
bo poured and drawn therefrom by
the pump. Ladders will be used Id
reaching gutters and holes In trees;
picks and shovels In filling 111 low
In the work tho co-operation of tho
street and. garbage department of the
City and County of Honolulu wilt be
sought for tbo removal of rubbish,.
tin cans, bottles, ct cetera; tho co'
operation of tho Public Works Depart
ment In filling In low lands; tho laboi
of the Territorial prisoners; and the
co-operttlon of tho Health Committee
of the City and County and of the
Plumbing and Dulldlng Inspector.
The placing of Dr. Pratt nnd Mr.
Charlock inLcharge of this work will
necessitate o, Important reorganlia
tlon In tho ndmlnlstrattvo department
of the Board of Health. Under thli
plan tho Shipper's Wharf Commute
aro not only securing efficient and
economical supcrlntepdenco but the
services of two high' class men who
will devote their services and the
Shippers' Whajf money directly to the
Mosquito Campaign and bring to the
aid of such campaign the various utlll
tics of the Territorial and City and
County governments under an or
ganized department of tho Board of
Health. The Importance of sanltntlon
work throughout tho Territory and of
mosquito work ln Honolulu tequlrei
men whose ability and capacity have
been thoroughly tested.
It is well understood tabt tho monoy
of the Shipper' Wnart Committee will
be devoted exclusively to the moiiuto
campaign under 'a department which
Is dolns allied work, to wit, snltptlon
The Mofqulto Inspectors will not be
required to do sanitation work r-3 such
but will ns an Incident to their mot
qulto work perform nnltprv work. A
Mosquito Campaign h In tho mtiire
of a sanitary ci""inpln. Puoh.Ms one
of Its chararfrl'tlca for It means the
removal o' nihW'h, tin cons, bottles
draining low plpccs, ollln suttprt
and rcsenonli and nthor matters of like
nnltirn fct tlin Hftttt1fHnn find rPmOVfl'
of contagious diseases. A clerk Is en 0f mo,qtn breeding places. The Pnn
gaged ln this work nnd the reports are ,ltnr inrpc.ctors now employed by tho
mado to Dr. Pratt ln connection with
sanitation which also means fumlga j
tlon and disinfection. I
(c) Attending to special matters
when sa directed ly tho President of
the Donrd. As a matter of admlnls
tratlon this will not occur to the de
triment of his main duties nnd then on
ly In caee of .extreme urgencj.
(d) for duties heretofore perform
ed by Dr. Pratt bco Exhibit "II."
Assistant to Dr. Prutt In mo3qultc
and sanitation work. Thlss will be
liis rob duty. Such duty, w Ith the
exception of fumigation and disinfec
tion, will be confined strictly to Ho
nolulu. Fumlgntlon and disinfection
will be done by him with the present
Sanitary Inspectors, nnd' while such
work will be principally confined to
Honolulu It will bo extended In neccs
sory laeos to othoi localities. While
Dr. Pratt is away from Honolulu, Mr
'Charlock will oct, and vlco-versa. s
It Is understood that tho above
enumeration of duties cannot bo made
a hard and fast rule from which there
shall ')o no deviation, but as a state
ment of tho plan which will bo gen
OUTLINE OF, WORK.
Tho work to bo performed by tho
Mosquito Inspectors may bo seen from
the icport which will bo required of
them; eo Eihlblt "A." In explana
tlon thereof, it may be Btated tbatach
block ln a district Is numbered and
ench house in a block has a number
Tho mocqutto men will have a small
blank thect containing the facti
enumerated on the blank marked Ex
hlblt "A" which can go In his pocket,
On this he will not all that he finds
and what woik he docs each day anil
will turn In this report each morning
This will be copied on a blank slmllat
,to tho one marked Exhibit "A" and
will bo attached to tho map of that
block. ' "
The other Bheet "Ihspoctoi's Dally
Report" will b cfor the Sanltnry In
spectori to fill out and In each day
This Inspector's blank Is for tho pur
poso of n check on tho mosquito men
and for tho Information of tho super
Intendont In thnrgo of the mosqultc
lleporl will bo placed on lllo In the
office of tho Board and will be avail
SIXTY OFF FOR
Renewed activity at the Volcano ou
Hawnll has served to'stlmulalo unus
ual Interest In the famous natural won
der on the Big Island and tho result
has been that thcro Is a largo booking
of tourists for the coming trip of tho
Intcr-lsland steamer Mauna Ken.
The vessel will leave her wharf at
noon tomorrow, taking at least sixty '
visitors to Kllauca. These proplo will
practically monopolize the ship on tho
oynge to HI'o.
Tho Volcano Is now reported In a
j cry active stage. Tho Hawaiian band
will play off tho departuro of tho Mau
na! Kca as well as tho Kona and Kau
liner Mauna Loa, which also departs
for windward Hawaii at tho samo
hour. The Mauna Loa also is taking
a number of -volcano visitors.
Among those booked for the trip nro
Roma Jones, J. C. Jones M. Wnltsen,
Mr. Wiley, Mrs. W. II. nice, Jr., Miss
Emily Hlco, Miss Parsons, O. Edhnrd,
0. Miller. Mrs. J. E. Miller, Mr. and
Mrs. A. II Manning. Mrs. T. Baxter,
Mrs. Morrlsou, Miss Gibson, Mrs. Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Barton, II.
Gctz, Mr. and Mrs. W. Black, Miss
Busey, H. B. Anderson, L. R. Muzzy,
Miss E. M. Anderson, Mrs. R. V. An
keny, Miss C. Randolph, Thos. Wolfe
and wife, Helena Johnson, Carmo
Johnson, Ruby Langham, Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. F. w.
Carp, Mr. nnd Mrs. James Harvey, L.
McOUnch, Mrs. J. Ollllo, Miss Gillie,
Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Btytho, Mrs. S. A.
Tallam, Mrs. Williams, T. M. Meade,
J. S. KUduff, Lee Laubrean, Mr. and
Mrs. James Glcomlnl, Mr. and Mrs.
1 BAN FRANCISCO
Army and Navy Headquarter!.
Three hundred room, nearly all
with bath. Circulating ice water
to each room. Built, equipped and
conducted to pleaie the really criti
cal. Hall a block from Union
Square, two block from Market St.
Convenient to principal ihopa, thea
ters and railroad offloea. Omnibus
at all steamers.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath ..... $1.50 per day np
With batt f 00 per day tin
stall table d' bote or a la jearte
ManaRoment ofGua 0. Lahn.
Marriage !a either ft succcsj, a fall
uto or a tompiomUo.' ' ' '
It takes a child to make a wise
man feel IlLo an Ignorant fool.
Board will ct the sumo time be doing
work which, if not diicctly, U at least
Indirectly In (tno of a mosquito cam
paign, It s hoped that tho Shippers' Wharf
Committee will bo able to glvo some
deflnllo assurance, that tho npproprlc
tlon will be continued for n stated
number of months otherwise tho un
certlanl jvould seriously Impair the
organization and einclcncy of the work
It Is Bjggcsted that such assurance
bo given, fori tho time being, for n
period of twelve months so that tlu
organization nnd work may bo frnmcC
on tba: basts.
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NEW SPRING DRESS
Late patterns. Price and qual
ity are GUI' standard
The engineer tioops of thU "post
eu(eitulned a number of thejr friends
from the fleet, now In port here,
during the day jesterday and last
evening. Supper was furnished early
In the evening and entertainment
during the. remainder of the day. A
number of the marines stationed witn
this fleet were In Camp Columbia,
Cuba, when Company O, 2nd Bat
talion of Engineers, were Btatlonea
there, and many of theso visited this
cump. , During the morning many of
the engineers were' guests of these
men on board different ships nnd
enjoyed Sunday dinner with their
First Lieutenant John P. Kelly,
Medical Reserve Corps, who has been
stationed at Tort De KuBsy since tho
arrival of the engtnoer forces at this
post, has been transferred for duty
at Tort Itugor. First Lieutenant
Henry dull. Phelan, Medical Reserve
Corps, who has beon Btatloned at
Tort Shatter, has relieved Lieuten
ant Kelly here and will b'e ln charge
of the post hospital.
n.k .. ' .. ImbImh k Jt aMaawo
JUU llUil-VUIIllMlBBlUllCU uuivu.a
charge of the various' survey camps
have been reporting at this post for
the past two das la order to ar
range foi the transportation of the
new supplies nnd equipment recent
ly received for the survey. These
supplies aro to be forwarded from
this post to all of the subcampB during-
tho -present week. Many of the
instruments nre of the finest order
and will aid greatly In reducing the
work of tho detachmchtB.
Corporal Henry Emerson, Company'
(1, bus been returned to duty with
hla company from tho post hospital.
Corporal Emerson was hurt some
time ago while on duly In the moun
tains, and will return to suivey duty
when fully recovered. Private Holt
of tho same company was today sent
to tho hospital for treatment from
his company. Sergeant Peter Hush
of the Burvey camps arrived at this
camp jesterday arid will recclvo
treatment for an accident received
white on -duty with his detachment.
It Is believed that ho will bo able to
return to his camp tho last of tho
A number of tho members of tho
survey dotachmenjs mo at t)ilscnmp,
spending a few days here on pass.
These men came In to Honolulu to
visit, for the most part, friends on
the fleet, nnd will return to their
proper stations within tno next few
days. No duty has been assigned to
any of these men, while at this post,
but n complete holiday has been en
Joyed by them.
A most pleasant musical evening
was spent by members of Company
0 and their friends from the fleet
Sunday evening In the new dining
hall here. Doth the engineers and
tho sailors did the entertaining.
Numbers on the piano and singing,
were the principal features, add one
of the most enjoyable evenings win
A number of the sailors visiting
camp were matched against tho
handball plavers of tliU camp ant)
put n number of good, contests on
tho court. Play was fflijojed both
in tho afternoon and evening, and
the sailors had their ilrst chance at
this game under electilc lights, A
good audience gathered around and
much friendly shouting wan tho
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THE BUTTER THAT COMES FROM THIS MARKET, AL
WAYS SWEET. WE KEEP IT RIGHT. NEVER ALLOW
' IT TO SOFTEN, BECAUSE IT IS ALWAYS AT THE SAME
TEMPERATURE IN THE COLD STORAGE DEPARTMENT
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