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ir ; "Three WcqteV,.
- t - jii una a.fiMinie pnn un nnti n mil!
,.ns muni' iiAM. onTinvKiN 1t1 .f.m'3 '"", " f"w wry "''" ",mv
1U thn ,,,P ? ;ilm.r I ln nl-sl ."""'f "f '""2" r,n'1. When.lt ImlM stir1
rUnl ' Her ncl 'Iric In thiAvi u- '"' "B,f u r"2vl w.!.-JU!j-d rlrc nmli
look, llo milk nnri uf.. .
" nuU knu thai f,o i ,t necia-l '"'" nl""rld nlmfwt njl Oie milk .N'ow
rlt) it iarli nf ns." ajs Mr Orti- ,"'x' 'n '"'"i-1 upfur T sligur and one-'
wcln' ''Wn innnot IHe In the i ue!,,B,t "unccjjif gelatin oik.cl nnd dls-1
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u fjs''- Vy v till
L" i.ixrii iiai.i
enw.i)f the word without It We can
oply leeJop throujh tho heights 'of
hopplners nnd tin- depths of pain, and
love Is the onlj emotion that can raise
us to tho heights or lowir lis to the
depths" Just how she proceeds to
, ahow n Iter booa-
LIGHT CIGARS ARE
WHT TUC Mil nrcT
I'rolinbly (hero Ik not ono imokoc
In lliunsaml who in not mirprlhod
.mill, In! fait, Jiiorulitroiis, whtn ho Is
told thttt the toloi of it cigar Is nbwi-
liilcJyiilt) giilclo In Ih s(reigth Yw
huui Is llio case, nnd u (net. well
known lo ilgur tiiniiufiicdirci s. lind
lliiporliiis Tho belli f of Bliiokora Ihat
(Igura nf dink mini' mo strong i.itil
llioik, ur a llRlilnr slinili are miliar.
Is, in iMtiui or run, us ruiiuiioiis ns
It Is kviipiuI Tills Ik bin nun if
nihil) ilttliikluiiB iiiiiiiiircsl Id ciiii.uiii
DIM lr IllhllCBll Mild Willi ll plllUlltill
lHr lllfill ll.lVU Slnllwl nl (lllll llllllllK
(Ml nUI HUK HllWKUMIllul
Hut "' i I "Mi .W4IN lliv HiPlliullnii
rt)t MtfttVuik Ur.r. llHllUliml nl Wis
HH))m, ,lli,,U.UHillltl u( (
HKd UlM IsWll HH' QHil
4mWf U. IWtMIWt lltM tl
Nnrhupn.rB Pltr rerenllj Th
,,r ,rp"1 nntt l'"rt mi 'h''P
' Good1. Things- lo Eat
Ihplrlo Ih iLiiltrf loft jind shoIIpii nnd,
'nlieil In Bin U-itfir ;vn). 'When the
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lispnnnriiis o Biieny nr ninrnchlno or
ar,i iMher iaxorlle essence, nnd when
l( lieplnn If r rllr In lightly half n
I pint of will whipped crtotn nnl turn
J tho whole I uo n.tniild Serc It turned
'nut. with npHinli r iif wlilpixd nrnngo
Jelj or with whlppul c-eam or with a
fompote nf fruit
If tlisi recipes are carefully carried
out and due intention Is paid to eojorrnHIS sweater shows pretentions to
nnd flnor n careful cook may Insure ward belpg a tailor made, Nolle.
.almost endless -ni titles, both In flavor
unu ui'pvaruni-i', nn ery uiiio irou
A ffoiv) sized union on. rwM.n4 ...fl
rlp tomatoes, ono ounco of butter, that it Bcncrally Indicates that tho
pepper nrid,salt, n little sugar, a quar-' loaf won Jircmaturcly cut andimprt
)er of a pint of nut brown sauce and' IM!ry cre(. and (hut It Inipalru tho
IT nriarrrenu'l'rcd.0' T nr .l burn ' o cigar, CubaH,
Sllco n g-jod sized onion thinly and!
fry In butter till lightly browned. Take
tho tsinntofS, tkln and rut .tt)em in
slices Piaco a, layer of thelonloniln
the bottom' of the dish', with a good
seasoning uf salt nnd popper, tbeji a
Inyer of omaloc- with white brrad
crumbs scattered over and a few ploosa
of butter Next put a layer of onions.
tomatoes, etc.. nnd so on till the dlahtls
nlmostifull, Hno ready some boiled
potatoes, ihash them with' a llttlebut
ter, salt and pepper and spread over
the tomato to form a crust. Score with
a fork and bake vstll light Vrovrn.
The nut brown sauco should be rrd
In a separate tureen. )
iiHnler the stle of claros, culorados,
maduros ,clc , for decades, thus llnd
It next to Impossible to dispel tho lie-
A liuiktr of Hiiiuun cigars uses but
one grudu or blend of tobacco In tliu
.body or fltU-r or lil. cigars,
llio Muiiii. mock h used In his Conchas
ns In his l'erfeitotH, In his ilaros us
........... .... a. ur iiiu ciKiira ro r h() (o ,, oWo-clg , h .
inado however, Ills "s.leetor" Ukw ,By ()f ,m,,H ll0fnru hlT .0n bllt
tlieiij In Imiiil uml cUilfU tlum t.,w Krw, ,, ,, H 8,10 ,
roi.llng lo tin; r.d.iilw. shuiles of tl.o nuciire.1 Knipeior Wlllliini to l.a.il.l.
wiuprci-s Il.ls Is .Ion., to cfft'ft it lh0 Blmr, ski,,,,!, tlnlita i.iulur.
iiiilluiliill) in tin- iipitiiriiiirii of nucli noun,
lH,X ..r mi. MIM IK 1'll.tl.ll. llio iloul i:,,,,,,,,,,,. V,, hi llio sun) runs
ir lit lH.li III) IihIiiIku llio whims or Knvtt nil, ,((Wr , ,,, (M,r(lt )f 0
ihn iHiiriluliiil.Ml Hiimkir Icnurl llii'iilui wuut ton lluel.nu, who
llliisiniii'll lis Un. ruppm . oii Unu. hviiw In .luuilr.
iioi iihii lliuil Klirli'iilll of Uih iiinr,l llmiitrurlll llio Imll-I iImiiikih III
II will Miiy Ihi hhiii Uml lliuilfHtuu luu iiiiiu iipiiiit lioiisu will liu nl.id
of im itii'iixili nr mlldinwi ry lip In mw llurlnv (wimim miiI iIivih
imUm4 In Mirifi Ih l ti (kiii miiti Im hh ihiiI nr ilnini) w
wmk0 KiMir. II l iHlff-nim in tin
PUN bl t4WW HwtaliMM tHtM III, (Wll )VI)I 1Mb lb. ,.U)bUHW
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What Women ";
A PRINCESS WHO PAINTS FOJ1
CHARITY MRS. RU8SELL SAOBl
PATRONUEB THE AERO-
u PLANE THE LARQE8T jl
FEE GIVEN TO A .fffj
WOMAN LAWYER. 'W
pniNcr.s8 I.WOFT PAniiAniiT,
who has been rnlntlnic portralli
of celebrated Americans for mouth,
turn over a lonre. proportion of her
, earning! to charity The princess It
ncn in ner own right ana travels witn
a large, retinue of servant. She will
return to America next season and
hopes to paint a portrait of President
Taft Among lhoe whom she painted
within the last two )ears are Joseph
Choate, Edwin Marklmm, the Itev. Dr.
Williams of Uoston, Marquis Bra u voir,
Professor Osborn, Daron Bhlppenbach
and General Daniel E. Sickles.
Mrs. Russell Sage now comes for
' uarit as n TUttrnnan nf rnnlnnlnv.
I She recently witnessed a night at
Mlneola and was profoundly Impressed.
She confided U a friend as follows:
"I've caught the aero fever. I like to
see them fly It's a manclous demon
stratlon of the.capnbllltles of human
accomplishment I'll come to see them
often during the summer" Mrs. Sage.
' who will bo eighty-one next October.
ns bright and keen willed a a Rlrl.
So great Is her enthusiasm that she
. has nlTcred to help any,. woman with a
' practical new idea for an nerOp"lane.
Mary H Miller u'o'n recently the
bui;est fee cer obtained hy nUomnn
Iwer It was the sum of $JJ,S00
nwnrded her for winning a suit for the
giard-ons and heirs of tho Into Wil
li lam Ilross, Whato estatr was aluod,
t tt.OOp.OOO Ml.w Miller fa, bora IniJ
uate nf the Chicago College of lnw.
Tor n time shn taught In tho Portland
i (Mich) high sihool and later took a
course In a business college She nlso
was a stenographer In a Chicago law
ofllco tyhe has practiced rrculnrly
sin; 18? J,
'The Latest Sweater
K ,f .
tho smart refers, the belted In effect
and the double row nf buttons
Thq cap makes It an Ideal costume
"""" u, wd noiauiy partial
to mild toluccu, avoid smoking light
colored olgnrs Just iik (hey nvold cat
Ink a grocn (i ran bo nr an unrtpa ba
nana. TUo prcjudlco of llicsu natives nnd
of tobacco tradesmon ,1a a logical o--and
m-rvcM to throw Into, bo,IU relief p.
peculiar misconception of faclK which
la both amusliiR nnd embarrassing to
venders of (ho fragrant weed
Whether clgur smokers will over
awaken tn tbn fart that n ilnrk rlirnr
B, (f anything, milder uml Invariably
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light cigar, roiiiulns to bo seen Tho
HAISER PUTS BAN
ON SHORT SKIRTS
nBRMN, Supt 3 The kalsor lian
dpclared war on tho dluplay of dan
nYm' Intra nt II... lnlTl 'nf lh Im.tn.
rlul ()1,m ,ll)Uti0 T,,H eMmno moa,
sllro ,H , ,,.,, , , llll101mltC,
I I ! iBr iB J" fi ibiHi '
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PPJS) MM Hi
Request Made for Inspectors
From Bureau of Animal
WITHIN TWO YEARS
Board of Agriculture Learns of
Possible Cure for Thimble
berry Pest Which Is Found
In submitting his report on bo
vine tuberculosis In Hawaii lo Dr.
Mclvln, chief of the llurcau of Ani
mal Industry, Dr. Victor Norgitard
promlsca his chief to completely
eradicate this disease in tho Terri
tory within a period of two years
If ho be given the assistance, of two
Inspectors from the rcderal govern
' Upon solicitation of Dr. Norgaard,
the Board' q Agriculture nnd For.
eslry hasi-forwardcd n request ap
proving the action lot tho eteri
nartan nnd promising hearty t'oop or
ation should tho Federal authorities
-decide to, Ijelp the local situation by
scnuing two or more, inspectors here
to work under the direction Of Dr.
At the meeting of tho Hoard or
Agriculture and Forestry Commis
sioners yesterday nttcrnoon, the
whole matter of tho tuberculosis con
dition here was discussed nt length.
In his 'report to Washington flr.
Norgaard' tcHs of the fight made
here against tuberculosis nmong tho
cattle of tho country nnd of tho
cooperation which has bcon received
front owners Inniltst cases, despite
the fact t that UUberculous meat can
not be sold and the diseased cnttlo
tip a total -loss, ns nothing but their
hides are 'saved.
He estimates that from I'aul Iscn
berg's herd nloneMhcre will bo tlirco
hundred cnttlo killed, all of which
will bo practically a tolnl loss to
tho owner." This loss, or a propor
tionate one, Tan, root bo borne by the
smaller dalrymafi In the opinion of
Dr Norgaard r
In reporting A, (he board on the
work done sine August 2 by the
veterinary department, Dr. Norgaard
;, ; ' '
'jDurlns; the piontb ot August n
number of tho dairy herds which had
previously, beenlfes(ed hae been In
spected npd all ot The nnlmals which
hnd not been cither slaughtered or
turned Into pastures have been sup
plied with official ear tags ar else
branded in accordance with whether
they liavo passed the test or le
aded. "With a very few exceptions It
may thercfaro be said thul practical
ly all or tho animals which liavo
been tested durjng the past four
months are marked In such a way
that they can bo found again, and
a complcto record of tho test num
bers in serial order Is bclnc kent In
(the office so that t lib '.owner dr each1
Individual nnlmal can be located
"On August 2G to 20 Hlxtj-clglit
additional head of cnttlo belonging
to Mr. Isenberg were tebted at t'uo
Walalae ranch. Ot this number
twcnty-nUio head reacted, to the test
nnd one was lo'unii suspicious. The
remaining ones were nil ear tagged,
whllo (ho reacting ones were plainly
marked by cutting off half pt tho
right' car. i'orvsome reason or other
the tuanagor of tho ranch, Mr. Hal.
ley, Btrongly objected to the brand-'
Ing.of tho reacting animals, and tho
tommltteo on animal Industry has,
under these circumstances, permit
led the marking of tho reacting ani
mals 113 above Indicated, with the
understanding, however, that none
of tha reacting anlnialB are to leuve
thojaneh without being branded,
"Oi September 7-8 seventy-tour
addltlonaj, cattlo vero tested on the
same ranclt, vyth tho 'result that
tweuty-tour gave a reaction, while
lift) passed the test This makes a
,10,(111, vsqijien.tt of cattle, tested (or
Ir IsouWg, wth 2B0 re'uetors,
Thero b'tlll remain between sixty and
eighty head on the same ranch,
whltli wIlLba tented tills week, nn
llio lit), and lfith ot September.
"On August 22 Mr lueuberg's
miinuger nulllled thU nfllrti thnt ho
lnti'lidi'1 killing eighteen lii'iul f It'
in tor, lui'liulliig nil nf lltp iiiiiiliii;
ImlU, Inning iitfi'lu'd orders from
Mr iMiiilmijf In ill) so I liiiiimdl
Mini) w tint nut In lli luiiib uml
fniiiul Unit I vudi it iiiiIiihiIp liml lcuii
Mllvil mi'l sklniiiu) uml Uml uirmnii
liui lniii diift In wjilili Mi hiii) iui
V IWllllflHl DU(li) (l Wlllfl)
I UH PHtlU'l) lUIJIll'IWIiil, IjuiIiik
I"') llllWII, Iti IT) IMU) M lltu,"i
Uttwm ib) mHmm luntru
affected with tuberculosis to n moro)
or less extensive degree, whllo six ono nnd ono half to two years,
more which were hilled Inter, nnd ., , , , ,, . ...
after postmortem Instruments had! "Cercbro Splnnl Meningitl..
arrived, alto showed tho presenco nr I "On August 31, Mr Hull, tho man
the disease. The ono In which iioKor or the Wnlpnhu plantation, ro
lesions were round had in the incaii-i ported by telephone- that several or
tlmo been Inndvertontly burled, the!
cnrcnBs 'being mistaken forfth'nf di
another animal, but it Is safe to pre-, stnbles without delay As booh nn
sumo thnt lesions would have been 'tho Hie stock on the 8, 8. I.urllno
round In case a careful bostlndrtenl hnd been Inspected, I took nn nntg
hnd been made. I mobile to Wnlpnhu, whero 1 found
"As staled In n letter nnuohded to
tills report, It Is, Mr Isenbcrg's'dc-J'cvercly affected with cercbro splnnl c.ino conlitlnlng'nboift fifty pieces of
sire thnt nil reacting nnlmals bo dls- meningitis Doth or thcro nnlmals canc cut Into 12-Inch lengths. This
posed of wlth.ns Jlttlo ilelav ns io;havo since died. I cane wns without questlpu badly In-
slble, nhd regardless or cost, nniij "tlntnrtunatel), tbo true nature of rested with the Fiji 'disease, ns wo
further,, that no milk bo sold or oth-.thls disease Is not known, but thoro wcro able lo compare. ft with nlco
crwlso disposed of rrom any of the''" eicry indication that It 1s nqt hoi specimens nt tho Ilawnllnn Stlg
reactlng nnlmals. it Is, however,' transmissible from nnlmal to nnl ' ar Planters' Experiment Stntldn.
left to the discretion or tho managerl'ual, but Is ot n purely endemic na-,Thls dlFeano would nilso havoc with
ns to how theso animals nro to bo
disposed of with tho exception of the
bulls, which Mr. tsenberg Insisted
on should bo shot.
"Tho absolute destruction of nenr
ly 300 head of nnlamls without real.
Izlng anything from tho carcass ex
cept the hide would entail n loss
of several thousand dollars, nnd the
subject of how these nnlmnls .could
be most economically disposed of
was therefore given full considera
tion In various meetings and confer
ences between tho members or tho
committee on animal Industry, the
manager or the Wnlalao ranch, nnd
.Mr. Isenberg's representative here,
Mr. Aloxandcr Mcllrjde. The ultl
mat.e result or theso conferences led
to the acceptance by Mr. Ilnllcy of
nn offer rrom Mr. Charles llolllna to
take off his hands all such reacting
animals which under no4 circum
stances ato to bo retained, they
either being too oldVor loo poor to
warrnnt furthor use oien ns breed
ing nnlmals, Mr. He! Una to destroy
them under tho supervision or this
board nnd to utilize the enrcasscs
when rendered Innocuous by boiling
ror reed for his pigs nnd chlckenB.
The better class of reactors wefo to
bo kept by Mr. Helllna In an Iso
lated pasturo In tho neighborhood of
Kahana, on this Island, their fur
ther disposition to bo decided on
"All nnlmnls which hnve been
turned oer to Mr. Dclltna, that Is
tlxty-flve head up to tho present
date, with about thlrt)-flvo more to
bo turned over to him during tr
week, hnye been plainly branded
with the raiclal 'T II' brand, and
Mr. Uo'.llna has pledged himself to
nit In good fulth, uml to tdlposo of
none of theso nn,lmals without tho
knowledge and concent of this bonrd.
Mr; "clllna has further been permit.
I obtain from thoso dairy own-
"'" " reacting nnlmals on
t,el " "" "es "" ,,cn on'"'111 thl,t
b" ' '' '" Ret, m ot '" or,iT u,ut
tho m v obtain n clean bill of
iieaim ptia a permit to sen milk.
n n Inials nre likewise to bo
' lulated and a strict account
kept of their numbers and the own
ership of each Individual animal so
that compensation may ho ghen the
owners when tho nnlmals nro finally
disposed of. The point of this move-
ment is , gather ns many of tho!1
reacting nnlmals In one place as pos
slble, and to assist thoso dairy own
ers who nro anxious to have n clean
dairy to get tho tuberculous nnlmals
Off their premises without sacrlflc
Ing them completely. '
"On August 23 to 21 tho dairy
herd belonging to Mrs. Davis, nt Wn
hlnwa, was tested by DrUdwurds,
veterinarian to tho Firth U, S. Cuv
alryj with tuberculin furnished by
thfs ofllco, Ills rep'ort on tho'samo
ho,B .been accepted (as Katlsfac(ory.
None or'Mrs, Dnvls' nnlmnlB reacted
to tho test.
"On September 1 and 2 two cowa
wero tested for Harold Dillingham,
both of which reacted and vyero
branded. On Scpt?mye'' 0 nnd' IV
seven tdws and ono bull 'wero tested
fpr Mr .A. M. Drown, of which num
ber ono cow reacted and. .was brand
ed, while Mix cowa and ono bull wero
enr tagged as sound.
"Although no definite policy has
bo fnr bpen decided upon .by tho . E,
Hoard of Supervisors of the-Clty nnd.po
County or Honolulu In regard to the
enforcement of tho BO-cnlled milk or.
dlnnnce, It must nevertheless be said
thnt the tuberculosis sltuotlou has
become an easier solution .with eacli'crate chickens. September 12, 8
reacting annual mat is disposed ot
nnd that public sentiment regarding
this subject' nnd which woa unduly
exercised some time ago, Is gradually
subsiding to 'its normal level.
"The unequhocnl position tnken
by ,Mr, ,,jenl)grK fu iojhlildlng the
use of nny or the milk rrom tils.
many reacting nnlmals nnd his do-'
termination to erndjeato (ho disease
from his dulry ranch, without ro
giinl to tost, ha undoubtedly Inllu-
cured a number of jh other dairy
owner to follow his nxuiuple wldi
ns inn iifiiiy ns possible. ( nmv.ti'r, iiinl on motion of Member win
sim'Iiih pOHslliln Hint ronrerted nil Ion
nil Hie purl of (liu le.nllng iluli) moil
III uilsliiK III" pike of nil m I IK ioiii-
HiK friuii ilnm ilitlrles will lead In
Ilin viiliiiilury illspimlilui, of u i,nm
11 nt lliu i cm 1 1 ng iiiilinuls whiiii
mik mill ruiiilnril In M iiiiiiiliur ur
iiuliUs ir uiiii,imi uwitimiHi
nimi iiir ivtiriHl imiPHii, m illwiw
Ml IH MHHI IWII Hi I 111 Wt),
him u aitMiuJ. i tuns .fuikt
bovine tuberculoids In-tho course of
his mules woro sick nnd requested
tbnt n cterlnnrlnn be sent to his
two mules dead, ono dilng nnd two
turc; that Is, tho Individual cases
develop rrom tho same cause, whoth-
cr this Is moulded barley, ns suggest-!
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ti. uy buniL-, or uno 10 .1 pu.ou.. wiuti. . uurncu ll at once, iicro is nn .hub
Is developed In the Bjstom, as claim- tuition of the great nc-esclty to
cd by others. The treatment Is lm
ply dietetic, no special remedy hav
ing been found or any value.
"Tho rollowlng day, September 1,
Messrs. Alexander & flaldwln re
quested thnt a eterlnarlan be sent
to the Mormon settlement nt I.ale,
stating thnt they wcro tinablo to
glvo any definite Information as to.
wnnl was tne matter nt mat place,
tho telephone being out ot order and1
tho requcstjhnvlng been sent )iy
wireless. Suspecting thnt it might
ue anotner putnrenK or me samoWn, vcry gcrousiy Infested v.lth tho
disease as nbove" mentioned, I went
by automobllo to Lalo nnd fouiyl
upon nrrtval that It was nothing bnt
a slmplo caso or colic In a rcconlly
Importcd marc nnd that tho animal
h'nd recovered before my arrlfal,
"Importations of Livo Stock.
Tho rollowlng live etock bus ar
rived nt the port or Honolulu since
the last report, August 2:
"August 3, S. 8. "Lurllne 31
mules, Schuiunti; 2 horses. Maul Ag
ricultural Co., W C. Wall; C bulls,
F. W Cirtcr, Hercrords, for Uinal;
13 crates poultry, Club Stables, W.
F. Kx. Co. August C, 3. S. Sierra
2 crates poultry, George Hrown, Au
gust 9, S. S. Wllholmina 2 dogs, C.
Sullivan, Mrs. Sedgwick; 1 crate
chickens, Club Stables. August 10,
S. S. llllonlnn 24 horses, Charles
Helllna. ' )'
"Among this shipment there were
tlirco horses consigned to Mr. Chas.
Helllna which arrived unaccompa
nied by certlfiiuto ol mallctn test.
Thq total shipment wns, however, Jn
charge ot a regularly graduated vet
crliiarlnn lie stated that tho three
nnlmals in 'question hart -not' been
tested on account or Injuries which
they hnd received while being held
awaiting shipment In Seattle, nnd
as long as tho steamship company
waB willing to accept them for ship
ment. It was taken for granted that
this was the regular (ourso and that
the nnlmals could be tested upon ar
rival here. Tho mlstako rebts, there,
fore, not with tho importer or tho
shipper, but with tho steamship
company, and a letter from the pres
I'UIIJl bwlllllk I" IlltVIIIIIUII ll 1,V
violation of tho rules ot this board,
would therefore seem In order. A
sketch' ot luich a letter Is herewith
"Tho threo horses woro taken to
tho animal quarantine station and
were a week alter their arrival sub
mitted to tho mnllcln test, which
they all passed successfully, after
which they wcro returned to tfio
owner. ' ji
"August 10, S. 8. Zc.ilnndla I
dog," Captain Tripp. August J8, '8.
S. Ncvadan 2 horses. City Mill Co.;
100 Merino rams, P. W. Carter, (or
Ijinal; 19 tows, 1 bull, Kalllil
Dairy (shorthornB) ; 2 crates poul
try, Wells, Furgo Express Co. Au
gust 26, S. 8. Slcrru 3 crates poul
try A ugust 29, 8. 8 Korca-f-2
dogs, A Hoblnson; 1 crnto poultry,
M. Sherman August 31, 8 8. bur
line 2.'. mules. Club Stables 23, city
Mill Co 2; 1 horsn, I). Uunba; 4
head cattle, Club Studies 1 bull, W.
Wnll 1 cow, 3 horses; 17 crntcs
poultry; 2 crates inonneyB, Dr.
Curry. September 4, 8. 8. llyndos
1 horse Mr J. O. Itothwoll; 1 crato
'chickens, Mtb P. Terrlll Septeni-
ber 6, 8 8. Wllholmina 3 dogs, 4
8. Nippon Maiu 2 dogH, Mr (lalla
Superlntoudont Erhorn made n
erbal report to tho board telling or
tho dl8coory by Hrother MathluB nt
Hilo or a fungus growth on the
Hrother Matthias sutd that ho
should Ilka to go whero thoso plnnls
camp troni and pinko n senrcli 'for
others which might hnvn tho'tuugiiH
growth, but Hint ho could not well
iinilertuko tho oxpepso,
Discussion hi'io urose on this mut
Hull nf (hu bpanl It win ot ml Id
iiiKliiirltu lliother Mutthlas to expend
jup lo 2fi tuil, iiiuiitli In HuHiK
n uilim iixpeuimi liuiiire'l In Hi"
work In" nun iluliu lr till) lllll pan
Huinirli)it'jiii'iil Idliurii, In it'i'iui .
Hm lliu won, nf t ijitiilim for lliu
imililli nr AukiiiI. umliim lliu ruiiim
'OF llllllt IMH lMih Uushli'd Me
lltj f I Mil blUUI s)U4 ttiUi4M tlH
UllMttMi Tim UM4I Hf m rf-
Disposal with rrlncjpnl
Closes. . i
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1'asncd ns trcei from -
Ftinilgnled borore ro-
leasing ...... a,. Hi 8,
Tolnl Inspected... lH8
"Probably tho most Important
And ror ninny months wns Inken tills
It tonslsted or n hag or sugnr
10 sugar Industry ot theso Islands
should It ever get a roothold Wo
took tbo cano to the I.tirns mill anil
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watch tho travelers' baggage, nna
we nro indeed IbanHfiil to stnto that
tho friendliest cooperation now exists
between our division and tho U. S.
Customs Service, which really menus
half (ho battle, Nothing un now
pass Into the Territory until we see
It, and every customB Inspector may
bo rightly constdcrcil n deputy ot
my department, thnnks lo the great
kindness nnd Interest ot tho collector
..0nc ot r np)ra tTom Calliornla
Codling ninth nnd tho shipment was
burned. A lot ot onion sets rrom
Japan wcro round Infested with Cap
fids and the lot was fumigated, with
carbon ulsulphhlo;- , ,
"Hrother Matthias,, Inspector at
IIIIo, reports flftrcn vessels, hoarded,
two carrying vegetable innttcr nnd
ono In ballast. Thoiq arrived 127
lots and 2242 parcols Of these alt
but ono lot and two 7arccls wcro
parsed as frco rrom pests tho two
parcels wero returned on account ot
being badly Infested with tho .Pur
"During the month jour superln.
tendent wns abio to lslt Hilo and
go over tho work or tho Inspector,
Hrother M. Newell I desire to Btnto
that 1 was greatly pleased to find
the Inspector's work vcry satisfac
tory. The equipment Is good nnti
ever) thing appeared to bo Kept In n
cry neat condition. From gonoial
appearances or (he growth nr Hilo,
we thall have to bo prepared to
bioadcn our work shortl) and wo
shall have to protido something Hi
tho way of transportation for the In-'
spo tor.i who now pays tils own trnv-
cling expenses to and from tho
wharf, sometimes twice n day.
"1 also had nn opportunity to visit'
somo of the homesteads In Olan ns
rnr as Mountain View. It was In
this district that Hrother Matthias
liberated tho largo colonies ot Hip
podamla convcrcohs, tbo uphls eat
ing ladjblrd Wo found no Indica
tion or aphis on tho orango trees.
Whereas at tho tlmo of liberation tho
new growth was completely .covered
and the growth badly dwarfed tha
trees now look clean nnd wcro mak
ing new growth. Wo did not find
nny Hlppodamlns, but as thero was
no food ror them present, wo could
hardly expect this.
"I alio visited parts of Kauai dur
ing tho latter part or this month
and called on Mr W. D. Mttlryde,
our honorary Inspector. I was
agreeably surprised to find the now
forest plantings loaklilg to vcll.
Even now plnnls, only In 'the giound
n short tlmo, woro making' good'
headway. Mr, McUryile states that
thero wero never any shipments of
plaius going from oirtsldo ports to
Kauai nnd thnt' ul) IVe shipments
pais, through Honolulu. This, ,ot
course. Is tho law, but now that
homesteads nro being established, not
only on Kauai, but on tho other Is
lands, wo shall have to bo, prepared
to sooner or later cetabllBh a thor
ough intcrlsliind Inspection, and I
would recommend that this mutter
bo taken up by the Hoard of Agri
culture tint! Forostry 'lind presented
to tho Incoming Legislature Wo
hao now certain pests on' bomo ot
the Ulnnds which do not exist on
others 11 establishing liiterlsl.ind
Inspection It will ho posslblo to pre
vent tho spread of these pests Into
now territory "
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