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Company II stnrtcd on Its practlso In n short time. The polo gamo In
march cstcf'day morning at 7:30 starting lo bo tho real go hero In
under' heavy marching order, for' Honolulu, with officers and enlisted
Pearl City, where tho men ''pitched men together, from tho second bat
thclr shelter tents and remained for tnllon of the Twentieth Infantry ami
tho night. They expect to got back the Firth Cavalry. I.lcutQtinnt Hog.
lo tho post next Thursday afternoon, crs of tho Twentieth Infantry h
From Detached Service. "" about as good a plajcras any on th
Captain Vt It, II, Cnapman, Mrs. team, and thero arp some crack play
Chapman, Lieutenant Smith, Mrs. ers who belong to- tho Klfth Cav
Smith, tho threo Chapmati log and airy. There Is no question that polo
four enlisted men of this battalion. -
arrived back In the post last Tues
day after being on detached service.
They were on a trip around the Is
land for a period of seven days.
Army polo Is coming to bo more
and more recognized as an essential
oxcrclso for mounted orflccra and
troops. One of tho best organiza
tions which has mado tnorc'-ln this
direction Is tho sixth regiment of
field artillery, In command of -iou-tcnant-Coloncl
Kll D. Hoyle, at Port
lllloy, Kan. Lteut.-Cp). Hoylo has
taken tho greatest' Interest In polo
and has encouraged tho pastlmo an
tho part of officers and enlisted men.
There is now in tho Sixth Flold Ar
tillery a crn:k team of enlisted men
which will hold Its own with any'
norngo team of pla)crs. Thero is
also a good second team. The" first
officers' team won the championship
In that section of tho country. This
team ImB been playing a llttlo aver
n year and has defeated all tho teams
with which It has played, including
those of Junction City, Humboldt,
Kansas City, Scvonth Cavalry,
Mounted Scrvlco School, Vort Lcav-
onworth. tho Denver 'Country Club
and tho Denver Riders and Drivers'
Club. At tho Ilocky Mountain polo
tournament, which was held last
September In Denver, tho sixth Field
Artillery won the senior and Junior
Ilocky Mountain championship cups,
entering ovcry test during tho tour-, they are, for tho most part, not able
nament nnd winning' In ever)1 event.! to acquire the1 regular polo ponies.
This success Shows not only Inter which aro taken by tho wealthy en
est In tho gamo on tho part of thatjthuslasfs of the sport, who nre ablu
reglmont, hut It Is an illustration of , and ready to -pay almost-any price
what may bo done by nn army team for the best horses.
WORLD'S GREATEST DISCOVERY
I'AIMB. July 10. At this week's atcd. Such a vaccine can produce
meeting of the Academlo do Mode- no harmful effects of any kind, nor
cli.e, ono of tho most Important com- ran It lead to any reaction, local or
munlcatlons of recent times was genorat. ' On the other hand, It Is
mado by Trof. II. Vlnrcnt of tho Mil-, efficacious; tho animals which had
llary Instruction Hospital of Val de received Injections of this vaccine re.
Graco, iarls. Dr. Vincent Is known fisted perfectly tho most virulent
to specialists for serious work ac- Inoculation of typhlc bacilli,
compllshcd nlong tho lines Indicated Tho noxt thing was to find out
by Pasteur. Ab tho disease which how such vaccination would work
he has been Investigating Is unlver-m mnn. In order to multiply pre
mil, nnd, bb It Is easy to distort tho cautions, Protestor Vincent prepared
real meaning of tochnlcal communl-,
cations, It is necessary to keep very
closoly to Dr. Vincent's own words.
He announces a now and efficacious
vacclno against typhoid fever, with
out tho gravo Inconveniences of thoso
already known. After the usual ex.
pcrlmciits with animals, It has been
tried successfully on thirteen
eons. It Is next to bo tried
largo ;alo wbeittver an opld" mlc
outbreak may furnish tho opportu
nity. It will then bo known wheth
er we havo here tho beginning of a
groat discovery, whoso consoquences
in human life will be Incalculable,
pr whether we have Blmply made a
great stop forward In tho search, but
wlthiut reaching tho goal.
Dr. Vincent begins from the ex
perimental results of typhoid vac
clues already proposed. Tho strong
est (hut Is, tho moat active are tho
living typhoid bacilli. These aro
dangerous, no matter how attenuat
ed. They risk sartlngmp typhoid
fever among tho predisposed, or
what is, perhaps, more dangerous to
tocloty at largo turning apparently
v oil persons Into typhoid gorm-bear-ors.
A Bccond vaccli.o, made of ba
cilli killed at a temperaturo of. 53-55
degrees centigrade, Ib nearly as ac
tive and is efficacious In preventing
the fover; but It has the disadvan
tage of exciting local and general re
actions, whtijh aro often ver pain
ful. After long and varied trials,
Professor Vincent lias found a vac
clno which has none of tho dluidvan
tages of the other two, and which
has fully succeeded In laboratory ox.
The Professor's Discoveries.
First, ho found that It was possi
ble and easy to vaccinate animals
against experimental typhoid; Info:
tlon by previous Injections 'of ex
tracts or "autolysatB" pf typhoid ha
cllll. These were obtained by maccr
atlng the living typhoid microbes In
phvslologkal water that is, water
to which 7 per thousand of chloride
of sodium (common salt) has bceu
added. Ily centrlfiigaU.pg Jho nyt
ceratlmiB, tho' microbes contained In
(ho preparations aro rarefied; anil
fna! complete sterilization Is obtain
ed by ether, which Is then evnpor
Is tho best game for tho mounted
troops dnd Is deserving of encour
agement In the Interest of tho ser
vice. Tho characteristics of the con
test are such as appeal to those who
lovo fair play In competitions of thin
character. There Is no placo In tho
gamo for trickery or underhand
methods or combinations. It culti
vates horsemanship and bold and
skillful riding. It develops a knowl
edge of tho horse and his training.
Outsldo of this, tho game demands
quick action, self control and daring,
tempered with Judgment, ofllclcnt
cooperation In team work, nt:d head
work of tho highest order.
tntcrcct In polo has become gen
rrnl In tho Mlddlo West, and It ll
thought the nrmj' should take n more
prominent part In the gamo. Tho
army possesses tho Ticst horromen In
the United States, and they are ru"h
men as, by habit and training,
would mako an cxcc'.lcnt showing In
the polo ma'tches In this country as
well as In tho International contest,
There Is evcy rearfrin why n'rovlMoii
should bo mado for having tho army
represented In the Internationa!
Congress would do well to author
ize tho acquisition of polo ponies.
Animals Tor that purpose nro" now
obtained for the enlisted men by uti
lizing nnd training tho messenger
horses, but tho officers must get
llicm tho best way
they can, and
IN MEDICINE BX DR. VINCENT.
f0r this ultimate vacclno tho olght
different sorts of typhlc and para
typhi bacilli; for it Is now known
that neighboring bacilli, though un
like the bacillus of Kberth, very fre
quently dttermluo Infections analo
gous to typhoid. Tho Injections of
this now vaccine were perfectly 'tol-
crated by tho thirteen persons who
underwent tho experiment. Tho
ttndy of tho properties of their blood
after vac (nation showed that It had
becomo ilcli In "u.itl-corps" that Is,
In substances which destroy the ty
phlc bacilli. At contact with the
rorlim of ruch Mood tho bacillus of
Bbcith (tvphold microbe proper)
changed shape, grew thin and then
granuloui, Irregular, evidently sick,
unrecognizable, and finally dlsap.
pearcd In tho solution; and tho
vital point It irst all vitality, oven
when "tho serum of the vaccinated
person was diluted to more than one
thousai.dth. This undeniably proves
that tho va:clno Is active and that
It Is efficacious In destroying tho
bacillus of Rhertli. Not only that,
but the typhlc bacilli under tho ac
tion of the scrum of vaccinated per
rons no longer dovelop In culture
Character of the Vaccine,
The vaccli.o is perfectly limpid, is
easily absorbed, and has neither to
bo heated nor treated with an abtt
beptlc; and eo it is able to keep Its
full strength. It Is also well toler
ated and causes only a Blight local
palu, without the fever or general
pain usually excited by baclllary vac
cines. Dr. Vincent makes" fo'u'r suc
cessive Injections, at eight or ten
da)s' Interval, with increasing (loses.
Ho has verified that tt la ofllcaclom
against paratyphoid fevers, at the
same, time that l acts as a preven
tive against (yphold Infection proper.
We aro already Justified In Baying
that the new vacclno Is more prac
tical and efficacious than anything
which has preceded It. "Tho renewal
of the laboratory experiment, and its
trial on a large :alo In epidemics,
will soon dotermluo Its exact value.
Mranwhlln It fiftem tho greatest en
couragement In the struggle against
ono of the most deadly Infections of
- A'morlcnn cities.
Flqvyers And Melody
Plfty-sevcn nbln passengers from
Honolulu left for San Prnnclsco thU
morning by tho Pacific Mall steamer
Mongolia, Seventy-five additional
persons could have been easily ac
commodated on board this liner.
Thero is at the present time a slump
in passengor traffic between Hono
lulu and tho mainland, and other
lines arc feeling tho effect of tho
light travel Coastward.
Tho Territorial band lent Its ser
vices at the departuro of tho Mon
golia. There was tho usual profu
sion of flowors.
In addition to those enrolled In
the cabin, Eorrr' twenty-five Kusslnn
and n few Portuguese loft In the
steerage. l They arc tho recruits
Sathored up hero by the mainland
The Monrolh carried the main
'and mall, Whllo tho vessel rcmaln
vl it Honolulu, some eleven hun
Irrd tons of Oriental freight 'were
dl barged. The verse) now makes
wnv for tho Japaneto Btcamor Tchyo
Vn u, duo to arrlvo at the wilarf
ab lit 4 o'clock this afteri.ooii.
BIG DITCH TO
Panuilo Plantation to Be Watered
Can Develop More Water Than
It Is tho Intention of tho Hawai
ian Irrigation Company to extend tho
tower Hamakua ditch flvo mites,
which will carry the wntcr through
the I'aaullo plantation,
John McCrnsron, tho chief pro
moter of the big waterway, has Jus;
returned to town on the Llkollko
nd furnishes some quito interesting
figures In regard to tho amount of
water doing passed along through tho
The lower ditch Is now carrvlm:
about 45,000,000 gallons of watr
dally, or about 15,000,000 galloi.s It.
excess of tho amount contracted for.
This excess water, or within 2,000.-
000 gallons of It. is being turned
over Into tho gulch at No. 2, nnd
the waters thus turned back Into tho
valley form a magnlflcont waterfall
"Wo can dovelop 100,000,000 gal
loi.s of wator up there with a bjs-
tern of high dams, but we don't need
It now," said M:Crosson.
NEW - TO-DAY
LunaUo. near Kcwato street.
Eight rooms and bath; erounds in
Al" condition.1' Also stable, chicken
house, etc. lot 76x180 feet, through
to Matlock avenue $5250
13th avenue, Kaimuki; one block
from car-line; 4 rooms and bath; lot
75x120 feet. Easy terms $2000
Mcst desirable bungalow in the
valley; 5 rooms and bath; servant'
quarters; lot 15,000 sq. ft. . .$5500
Eight rooms and bath (furnish
cd). fensacola, near Kinau street.
Only $05 per month
Piikoi street, comer; G rooms and
bath (furnished) . ,$45 per month
Fahoa, near tith avenue, Kaimuki;
4 rooms and bath (unfurnished) . . .
$22 per month
Dondero & Lansing
83 MERCHANT ST. PHONE 553.
Young Russian applies for any kind
of house or yard work. Reason
able wages. "M T this oftlco.
Second-band pianos In very goo I
'condition; :hcap. Apply "M. N,
P.". thin olllie. lOSI-St
"lAr fiii" rards at Bulletin.
the Bulletin office.
BUT ANTIS GOT
(Special Correspondence )
WAILl'IUt, Maul, July 9. The
Prohibition rnlty In Watluku on Sun
day was one of the largest p.igeanti
ever seen in Walluku for many a
Iqng day, there being over one thou
sand men, women nnd children In
line, with banners and floats, headed
by tho Walluku llrass Hand, In
chargo of Dldcctor O, II. Schrnedcr
Thero were Sunday school classes and
Christian Kudcavor noddles In tho
profession, brought to Walluku In
trains from Pauwcta, Hamakuapoko,
Haiku, Pala, Makawao, Kahulul, I'll
unenc, Walkapu, Walhce,- "Walchu
and Walluku, The speakers were
Hon. II. P. Ilaldwln, Hon. William
White Hon J. W Kalua and Itcv B
II, Turner. Somo competent' Judges
claimed that thero were nearlj two
thousand In front of Walluku Town
Hall, Sunday afternoon, who listen
cd most attentively to the speakers
Messrs. D, II. Davis, D. I-. Mejer,
W. 0. Siott and other prominent q.
uor men wero also among the atten
tlvo listeners. Presumably to them
all tho arguments In favor of prohl
bit Ion 'wero the conclusions of fanat
ics devoid of reason, and tho vote
of Tuesday, when nntl-prolilbltlon
won twenty out of twenty-two pre
rlnctH on Maul, showed conclusively
that the masses of Maul county, In
eluding Kalawao county, 'were also
of the name, opll.lon. Tho Prohtbl
tlonlsts were defeated nlmost one to
three. The Prohibitionists on Maul
havo nlways cxprerscd the. opinion
that tho "wets" would win, hut did
not expect such an overwhelming de
feat all over the Territory.
The total votes cast certainly de
cided tho fact that this Territory
does not want any prohibitory laws
In this country fathered by "Wool-
Election day was very orderly and
none of the precincts reported any
unusual happenings. The "wctit"
placarded nt the, various precincts
faked wireless from Honolulu that
Kuhlo would vole for nntl-prohlbl-tlon.
Tho result would havo been
the same bad thero been no faked
wireless messages, but no one pro
tested against such doings, because
everything Is fair in politics, and tho
"drys" let go the canard with a
smllu. Even lifter the closing of
tho polls, and when the results were
announced In Walluku, there were
no exhibitions of InwlCBsncss on tho
part of anyone, excepting a few
rowdies who attempted to show some
111 feelings, but they were quickly
curbed from further mischief.
The leaders In this campaign
showed no III feeling towards each
other, -but thero wero some exhibit
ed by a few of tho enthusiasts who
belonged to tho lower strata of the
District Magistrate D. W. llur.
chard of Walluku sentenced a one-
eyed Chinese, who pleaded guilty to
relllng liquor without u license, to
five months' Imprisonment nt hard
labor, mid the attafhes of the Coun
ty Attorney's office are up in arms
for tho unrighteous decision. Hut
Magistrate llurchard, who had bcon.
a criminal prosecutor for over thirty
i ears. Is determined to stop blind
pigs or Ill-clt selling In this dl
trl.t, If possible.
VOTES ON MAUI
Court Gives District Att'y
Limited Time To Use
"Unless tho district attorney u"ca
this opium boforo August 28 It will
bo returned to tho plaintiff," were In
effect the words usoi by Julgo Hob
ertson In the Kederal Couit this mom
Ing In I lip case of I.eonc Nine asking
for tho return of tw tins of opium
Nlns was found not guilty of smug
gling opium several weeks ago and
of the four tins, found two were re
turned to him, tho other two b'lng
Attnrno) Harrison appeared for
Nlng this morning ami stated to thr
court that as the accused had been
acquitted of tho chargo ngalnst him
he should hao his properly.
Han tins for tho defenso told tho
Court that theso two tins wero to be
used as cilitenco In another caso
which would bo submitted to tho
Grand Jury In October.
Tho Court was of the opinion that
tho opium should be returned to tho
owner but gavo the district attorney
until August 28 to liso tho opium.
Kahuku. Deqth Looks Like
After an Imeitlcatlon that has last
ed over a neck It Is almost certain
that Chung Din, who wai found on n
buplug pile of straw at Xnhuku. v. ill
tic ueciareu lo no n suicmo. iii'iec
tlvo Apnna spent n couplo of days
down at tho rlco plantntlon whero tho
man died, nnd tho sum of tho sleuth's
Investigation points to the tmlcldu
Apana gut In touch with all tho men
who knew tho deceased and tho gen
eral opinion Is that tho old fellow
committed suicide. Ho had been hoard
to threaten to do so many times andjtiio forty-cent special of Kwa.
on ono occasion rcmarKcu in an om
friend: "1 am tired of life; which Is
tho best way to end It? What poison
v. Ill kill a man quickly and ulth llt
Ills friend replied: "What nro ou
talking about? Why hero am 1 a much
older man than ou. nnd I am not tir
ed of Ufa yet. You leave opium alone
for n llttlo whllo and then you will
feet ns good as I do at sixty years of
In Bcnrchlng around tho sixit where
the dead body was found, Apana lit
upon thn dead man h purso. in it
wero five dollars and tlvo cents nnd
a pltco of paper.
,Wllh tho exception of ono man nil fruit that Is proving a costly drain ino course of tho trip. In many In
tho Clilncso who wero brought In onl "I"1 ho retources of tho little Tcr Mtnncrs tho nciusallon came from
suspicion havo been roleuscd. Tho rlory of Hawaii, joro wno nad become disgruntled,
exception Is n peddler who Is allegc. The Paclll; Mall liner Mongolia, ..A, wholo, I found things quits
to havo gambled at times with tho "ailing for San l'ranclsco at 10 uiBfactory," continued Mr. Halsey.
deceased. It It thought that possibly' o'clock this morning, earned twenty-I
ho may throw some light on tho peeu-1 live or morq Russians as passengers Inter-Wand and O. II, & I shipping
liar clrrumstauceu surrounding the to the mainland, (hooks for sale at tho' nulla tin
death of Chung Din. As many mora had Intended tn get nfflen ROn each
Complete lines of carriages, materials,
hatness, farming implements; automobiles, N
etc, etc. :
Write or call for catalogs
The "Grabowsky Truck"
1, lif, 2 AND 3 TONS
' The result of inacccs&ble power plant is neglect. The
quick detachable power plant is a decided innovation in
commercial cars. The removal of engine and transmission
is n one-man operation, nnd requires but a very few minutes.
HONOLULU POWfcR WAGON CO.
W. M. MINTON, Mer.
Office 875 South S reet Near Corner of King Street
Iron Where It's Cool
ALL TIIE DISCOMFORTS OF IRONING- VANISH BE
FORE The Electric Iron
IT IS AS ESSENTIAL IN TIIE MODERN HOME AS
TELEPHONE 390 AND OUR SOLICITOR WILL CALL.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The monthly statement of the
Stock Uxchaugo Issued today shows
that Olaa and Mcllryde led the list'
In tho amount of business done fur
tho month of July, Over ten' thou j
sand shares of these two stool's
changed hands during the month
Oahu came next, and then Honokoa. '
Iluslness on the Exchange today
was largely I Olaa nnd Oahu, al
though somo fnlr-slted blocks of Me
llrydo ni.d Kwa were sold at tho
ruling figures. Olaa Ik strong at
6.2R, nnd -Mcllrjde plajs oven with
tt. The stock In greatest demand
now Is Ilrcwory, 22 being freely bid
with no sellers.
Twelve thousand dollare' worth o'
bonds sold between boards, lucliid
Ing Pioneer fis nt 102, Olaa Gs at
34. 25, nnd Knual lYillway Cm at
The list of dividends today shows
total amount of dividend, paid out', xr; .H '?r. ., l .
today was 1242,076. n,0t ,h -"" Situation on thn Is.
, , land. llCjVlslted several of the plan-
OFF FOR COAST1
Tho efforts of one or moro paid
representatives of mainland employ -
' iilent agencies, In securing labor for
tho trans-ontlnontal rallwavs, the of ,(, plantation In return.
mines and lumber camps along the "Of ourse, thero were complaints
Pacinc slope, nro continuing to bonr,from tomo Who woro met with In
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Merchant Street, opp. Bishop Street, Honolulu
away by tho big steamer, but for
somo reason or other they failed to
connect with the remittance from
which they were to pay their fares
to San I'ranclnco.
A large number of Itusslan Immi
grants thronged the Alnkea wharf
prior to the sailing of tho Mongolia.
It Is estimated that at least one hun
dred more lata arrivals from thn
wilds of Manchuria nnd Siberia will
bo ready to take their departure he-
fora many weeks.
Agoodly percentage of thesn Hub-
slans who havo cost tho Territory
upon an nvcrage 193.23 per head,
am drawn from thn plantations on
the other Islands. There Is hardly
an arrival of an Inter-Island steam
er that docs not bring one, or moro
Russian family to Honolulu. They
wait here for n snort time nnd then
connect wlih the mainland employ
ment agents, who nro constantly nt
.work among the Immigrants. Thn
n.0J" "tBl' '" "" I'UKhnso of a $3t
stccrngo ticket to San Francisco.
Richard K Halsey, lnspector-ln-chargo
of tho Federal Immigration
station, has returned from a busi
ness trip to .Maul.
lations wnere uussinns in numoerc
I nro enipto)cd. Pioneer Mill wan
among the sugar estates that re
ceived h call from Mr. Ilalsey.
"I fouhd tho Russians well housed
'aid cared for wherever I went," de
clared Ilalsey this morning upon hit
Iarrlvnl by the it came- Mauna Kea,
"Tho Russians that have been
.ent to Maul iilantntlons have proved
' industrious neonle. Thev are re-
1 celvlnir fair treatmont at the baud