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From San Franetscol
Nippon Mnru May 2
For Ban Franclscol
Chlyo Mnru May C
Zeiilnndkt May 26
Uurunm i May 23
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
BISHOP REPLIES TO
Dr. Curric Warns
City and Proves
Positive evidence Hint ml Imx been
I lie medium (it cholera Infection In
lloiiolul.l lis .contained In tlm nlllclnl
lipnrl embodying tlm results of, tho
Ihili pendent Investigations liy the
United Slates authorities. The report
l prepared by Dr. Donald Currlo of
tho United Hlntcs Mnrlno Hospital
Service, and lioml of tho Federal lep
roxy lnctlire.Uoii station.
The ieport Im In part iih follows:
"On Awll 13, 1011, the Oovcrnor of
the. Territory of Hnunll cabled the
lltirenu of tho Public. Health and Ma-
rliic-lioxpltnl Service In Wnshlngtnn,
requesting that tho II. S. Leprosy In
vestlimtlon Station In Ifnnnlulu be nil
thorlzed to "'oopcraln with tho Terrl
turlul Hoard of Health In determining
tho Koiirco of cholera Infection In this
"OK April. II I received n cnblo from
", lu 'en f llfti.IhstiMi-niil?jOi:Iiliis
V..' to'iinrtertfltc this In'veStlcntlon.nnd
to tliiH end Iicriiii my wirk Immediate
ly. -mj)I Inp tho whole laboratory
foreo of my stntlon here, iih well ns
somo employee of tho lT. S. Quaran
tine Stntlon nnd tho Territorial Hoard
of Health In ull ten person. AVo nlso
iceelved material nsslslnnro from tho
sheriff of Honolulu nnd certain mom
bcrs of IiIh detectlvo foreo.
"Mcglnning with tho fart Hint cholera
an only bo contracted by tnlclng tho
elolein spirilla Inlo the niontli (and
from thenee Into the Intcxtlnnl tract).
It fnllnwx Hint the persons that had
sickened here, tuiint havo either been
Inrertod ' drinking wulcr, by food or
by placing their lunula, colled with
cholera dNchnrgos, In their inouthH
"I'roin tho fuel thai cholera had ex
IkI'hI here from February 21 to Marrh
1 1. 1911. nnd ncaln from April 13 lo
Ibe dnte of undertaking Hit work, nnd
lli.it during this time only thirty-seven
noes were known to have occurred. It
huh evident lu mivoiio fainlllnr wllh
I be rapid devastation Hint N caused
ulirn a eltyV water supply becomes
rpolera Infected, that neither tho
whole nor imy component part of tho
I'ovcrmicnt'H unter system had bc
mine cnntnmlnnled with n virulent
cholera organism. This absence of a
succplng epidemic, moro or less con
lined (o the part of tho city mippllcd
by one of the component parts of the
water system, waa In Knelt milllclcnt
for any xnnltiirlnii In exclude tho In-
A runaway near King and Kokau
llke street this morning In which
lioro hitched to a II. Hnckfcld deliv
ery, wagon liccuino unmanageable, re
sulted In tho Injury of Mrs. Tnkn
iniirn and n small child. Tho Japan
ese woman and child wero seated In
hack No. CO when the rig was run
Into by tho delivery team.
The liacit was badly smashed, tho
occupants thrown out and thoy woro
afterward taken to tho Japanese hos
pital for tieittmcnt Thn Injuries
while not iterlous wero painful.
This afternoon, niitoinobllo No. fiM
collided with a. motor tricycle used
In delivering inorelmmllso. As a re
sult of tho 'collision three parties
wero somewhat bruised. Tho latter
accident took place near tho Inter
section of Wilder avenuo and Keeau
KAN FIIANCISCO, .May 1. Heels:
Ml uiuilyala, JOx. lid.; parity, 4.1'Jc. Pre
vious quotation. 10s. 3 I-til.
DS5-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-ff,
fJStWjiJ T""i -
fectlnn of tho city's drinking water
supply, or, nt least, to make It highly
Improbable. Uut If more continuation
was required on this point, It wns fur-!
nlxhrd by tho fact that (with tho ex ,
ceptlon of two contact caxex) nil the
cases had occurred among Hawaiian,
nnd It Ix hardly necexxury to point nut
that thlx would not have hern tho cnxo'
had tho city's water supply been In
fected. "Ah tho water xupply was not In
fecteil, llicro remained but food or
'hnnd-to-mouth' Infection (contact
cases). The latter meanx of Infection
enn, of courxe. only occur when n
person comes In linmcdlato contact
with ii cnxe of rhnleru, nnd from thn
wide Hepnratlnn of tho cnxes that had
occurred, thlx meanx of Infection could.
iih n rule, bo excluded. Certain cnxcx,
most Of whom bud been tnken to quar
nntllie by the Tfard of, Health llef'To
their Illness occurred, wcro nmong the
memberx of tho family of cholera cnxea
or had mirxeif xueh caxex. Thlx rtoiip
wero probably nil examples of 'hnnd-to-mouth
Infection,' nnd are mentioned
hero under the term 'rnntnet cases';
but for nbyloiix reaxonx wo paid no
attention to' thexo cases lu our hives
tlcatlonx. Kavlnir reached, by tho
nbnvo method of cxcluxloti, tho con
cliixlnn that the majority of. our caxex
wcro Infected by fnodxtuffx alone, wo
niraln considered tho fact that tho Ha
waiian nlono had suffered, and thlx
fact, together with tho number of
other perxonx In the city, in propor
tion to the number of Hawaiian,
clearly xhowed that tho orKimlxm
cuiixlnc thexo caxex had cabled accexx
n xonie foodxnrfs i.xed chlelly by th!revoullon, 8prtand plllagin3 is
Hawaiian-. Iurthenuoro. n xulllclent. , on throughout the district,
number of caxex had occurred to xl.owj )n an o(fort t0 pro,rvo order, un.
Hint thlx wax some uxu.il foodstuff and i l..,. ,,. l. ;, ,, ,u. ,,..
that It wax a raw foodxtulT or some
food xubject to poxxlblo contninliintloii
between Hie time It was cooked und
' the time it wax eaten.
' "The three fnodxtuffx of this claxx,
I commonly uxed by Hnwallanx and not
commonly eaten by members of oilier
races, nro raw llxh, xenweed and pol.
Flxh nro for tho most part obtained
from thn xea and, on nccnunt of tho
great dilution of Infection dlechnrged
Into tho sen ot n point near to deep
wnter, nx Honolulu Is situated, It Is
dliricult to concelvo of tho products
of tho sen, xnch nx fish nnd seaweed,
I (Continued on Page 4)
Automobile No. CIS9, driven by l'ny
maxter II. 12. Stevens of Hie local
United Ktntes nu Mil stntlon, In which
wax xeated K. It. Oaylor, was wrecked
thlx afternoon through a collision on
Wilder uvenue, neur tho Intersection
of Kccnutuoku xlrect, with a motor
trleyclu owned by W. C. I'eacock & Co.
Tlm trleyclu wax operated by Uavld
Todd, who was Injured through tho
collision and wax taken to tho hospital
suffering from a dislocated arm und
shoulder und Homo minor bruises on
tho face and hands.
The Stevens nuto was badly smash
ed. The front wheels were knocked
from Hie base, and the framework bent
und twisted, evidently through nil at
tempt to dodge the motor cyclo and
running afoul of tho curbing.
One wheel of tho motor cyclo wax
torn from the inaehlno.
Neither Stevens nor Oaylor suffered
serloux Injury lu thn accident
Motor Cycln Olllcer Chilton hurried
to tho xceno to Investlgnto tho cause,
Many a ono thinks ho has marvelous
Intuition uhen ha llndx ho has made a
A small boy Is never so lmppy ns
when lie Is riding nnd eating at tho
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FIRST COUNT IN
12 PAGES. HONOLULU,
PROF. ARTHUR R. KELLER
f Associated Prexa Cable.)
HONGKONG, China, May 1. The
Iniurrectlon In Canton against the
reign of ths Manchula is spreading.
Today It la reported that the rebels
have captured three towns. The entire
nrovineA la hecamlnn infetaH with lb
and ,wo hundred aro report(ld kied.!
Th. ov.i,v Bt tho -rmv i. dhtcd nd !
the Manchu leaders fear that the rev
olution will become general.
(Axxoclnti'd Prcxx Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1. Tho
constitutional amendment calling for
election of United States Senators by
direct vote of the people was today fa
vorably reported ou" of committee to
the Senate. This in? tho measure for
which Senator Dorah of Idaho fought
hard and unsuccessfully at the last
session of Congress.
REBELS REPULSED IN
(Axxoctalcd Presx Cable.)
SONOMA, Mex., May 1 Tho rebels
were repulsed In an attack here.
PITSBURG CAR SHOPS
MAY BETIED UP SOON
(Associated Press Cable.)
PITTSBURG, Pa., May 1. Several
t big railroad rhops are practically tied
up as tne result ot a iiriKo tossy
among the shopmen. One thousand
walked out when their demands for
higher wages were refused.
FOR BRITISH FLEET
(Associated Prexx Cable.)
LONDON. May 1. The nreat battle.
ship Conqueror, of tho dreadnought
type, was launched successfully today.
(Anelate.l Pro. rM.
LOS ANGELES, Cal., May 1. Tho
carpenters' unions today struck for an
advance of wages.
jEjijt V ifl
yrfaY ""-' gj
ORGANIZATION PIANO CONTEST PRINTED TODAY
Advertises Best Advertising Service andGi7es It
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1911. 12 PAGES.
Sanitation Of City
Should Be Well
James I.. Yonne, and Prof. Arthur
H, Keller, tho two englncerx named
on tho now Military commission ny
Oovcrnor Frcar, nro men of wide ex
perience In handlliiR mntlcrs of itanl
tallon ng well ns export technician. In
ciifilnenrlnK lines. Mr. YounK Is n
inomhor of the engineering firm of
I.ord-YoiuiB Company, M Honolulu,
while Trof. Keller Js professor of civil
engineering nl tlio Collogo of Hawaii.
Moth linvo hcon htcmhors of the
Corps of Knglncent, UnUed Stales
Army, In tho past nnd each hua n
record of doing things thero. Mr.
Young helped clean up llnvnnn and
lias been In englneotlni; work In bov
oral parts of the United States. I'rof.
Keller during his army experience
was Instrumental In tho Fanltnry en-
Cbtcl; wtr!t ot inxucni trfiulr.v
(lon wns rffected tlili, morning Uy the
Sanitary Commission, nppolntod by
(lovcrnor Krcar under resolution pisi
ed at tho last session of tho Legisla
ture. The inemhcrB met at 11 o'clock
In the ofTlco of Governor Frenr nt the
capltol and look tho first stops to
ward assuring offcctlvo work nnd as
sistance to the Territorial Hoard of
Health In the campaign for a now
era of civic sanitation.
Jnmcs l. Young wns tho only mem
ber of tho commission not present at
tho Hireling this morning, being ab
sent on a business trip on Hawaii.
Tho members of tho Commission
present woro Chairman Oeorgo It.
Carter, C. H. Hemenway, 'named as
secrotnry; Arthur Keller and Donah!
II. Currle. U. S. M II 8,
Tho meeting was also attended by
Supervisors Mcl'lcllnn nnd Krugcr
and Dr Pratt of the Hoard of Health.
When the menihcrB had been hand
ed their commissions anil had taken
Delegate Kiihtn will not introduce!
In Congress tho resolution cnlllng for)
a leglalatlvo ro-npportlonracnt, norj
will ho stand sponsor for or favor the
general plan of tho resolution, ac
cording to n statement mudo by tho
Delegate to n roportor for tho U u I
1 o 1 1 u.
As mutters now stand, tho resolu
tion has passed both houses, and. will
bo forwarded to Congress, lint now
crops up tho Hawaiian Delegnto's op
position, which may mix things up
(Continued on Page 2)
PARIS, France, May 1, Ramon Cor
ral, vlccprosldcnt of Mexico, in a
statoment today denies that he ac
cused tho Americans of fomenting the
DOUGLA8, Arlr., May 1. The insur
rectos have captured Topolobampo.
PARTY MEETS REVERSE
SYDNEY, N. S. W., May 1. Forced
from the Antarctlo by Ice at Cockman
Island, tho Japanese Antarctlo expe
dition In the schooner Kal-Nan Maru
arrived here today. Lieutenant Shlrase
is In command.
RESOLUTION! CONGRESS NOW
CITY IS ORGANIZED
glneerlng around Washington bar
racks The other members of tho commls-
' slon nro Ex-Oovcinor (leorgo H. Car
ter, clialrmun; Dr. Donald II. Currlo
of tho mnrlno hospital servlco and
director of tho II. S. leprosy Invest!'
gatlon station, nnd Charles II. Hem-
enwny, former ntlornoy-general.
thu oath or orrtco, President Mott
9mlth of tho Hoard ot Hoalllt outlined
Ms Ideas as to the work Hint was
before tlio commission In carrying out
tho Intent of tho resolution.
"In one word," said Mott-Smllh, "I
consider the organization of this com
mission olio of tho most Important
events In our history, Thero Is a
great work to bo undertaken and tho
country has reason for congratulation
that the commission Is composed of
strong and nhlo men. The field Is now
clear for effective organization and
work. Tho Legislature has provided
a revolving fund of $250,000 under
tho control of the Hoard of Health
which will be expended In accordance
with plans that nro agreed upon and
tho commission's recommendations lu
the expenditure of nvallablo monoy
will ho very carefully considered by
the Board of Health. Tho City and
County of Honolulu now has an effec
tive organization In tho control of
(Continued on Page 2)
IN HILO CASE
It was learned by tho It u 1 1 o 1 1 n
this nfternoon thut tlio grand Jury will
subpoena witnesses from Hllo to tes
tify In tho IIIIo High School scandal
Tho United Stales grand Jury con
tinued Its Investigation this morning
Into thn Hllo High School charges,
four of tho teachers connected with
tho cnxo beforo the commlsxloncrs of
public Inxtructlon being In uttendanco
on tho Kin nd Jury.
BIG LEAGUE BASEBALL
SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., May 1.
Results today In the big leagues!
Boston Boston 3, Washington 2.
Detroit Cleveland 5, Washington 3.
Philadelphia Philadelphia 3, Boston 1.
A shipment of nllralcs from Central
American ports has arrived at Hono
lulu by tho barkentlne Hawaii. Tho
vessel was brought Inside this morn
ing by tho Matson Navigation tug
Intrepid after a fifty-seven day passage.
PIUIIIX i I i un
Under tho title "The Friend nnd tho election In which Curtis Iauke.i was
Hawnllun," tho April number of the elected nx Dr. Scudder desired lilm to
AnRllcnn Church Chronicle, of which be, ho adds: "Finally, last November
tho lit. Itcv. Henry llond Itcxturlck Is tho opportunity was grnntcd tlm Ha
tho editor In chlof, takes a fall out waltnnx to decldo between n graft cor
of the editor of The Friend for hlx nt- rupted machlno und Independcnco ot
tltudo townrd the Hnwallanx and. In-1 political action. Thus tho crownlnc
cldcntnlly, brlngx In n lefcrencc to text of ability to wield tlio ballot1 In
Central Union church, Oovcrnor Clrorgo obedleneo to twentieth century prln
Cnrter nnd othcrx. Tho nrtlclo Ix tho clples was clearly npplled to tho iu
leading editorial of tho miignzlnc and tlvo rnee. They came forth from tho
It follows In full:
THE FRIEND AND THE HA
In tho April number of Tho Friend
reference Ix made to a recent article In eminent scarcely believable." Thero Is
tho Chronlclo In relation to the Ha- much moro In tho samo strnln, nil In
wallan electorate. Tho Friend rtntex prnlxc of tho Hawaiian as a cltUen.
Hint tho Chronlclo gave "four columns', Now to tho other sldo Slnco July,
ot pious ndtponltlons," that thlx paper 1910. when tho election went contrury
had set up a man of straw and tilted to Dr. Scuddtr's wishes. The lYIend.
at It. What uro tho facts' In tho In- of which ho Is the chief editor, has
dependent, of New York, May, HOT,' coimlantly nsWrlcd that ibo JluwuUnns
Dr. Dorcmus Kcuddcr had nn article, generally were unnt for the suffrage,
f'ls tho Haw'alhm Mnklnr! Oooitr It It states In tho lust Issue that Mr.
Is a paper written In pr. Scudder's Woolloy's blatant nbuxe of the Hawol--strong,
enthusiastic way, In which ho Urn "puts tho situation admirably."
scouts tho Idea of tho Hawaiian voter Tho Friend stntes that In Hawaii "the
belnif lexs truthful, less honest than political situation Ix neither Chrlxtlnn
tho "avcrago man of any race." In ro- nor Amerlcun." If Tho Friend writes
ferrlng to tho election of 1901 Dr. this of conditions here, what would It
Hcudder wrote: "Tho electlop of that sny of depredation of politics In tho
year gnvo a I-cglslatiiro that would States? Aro conditions In Hawaii as
suffer by comparison with nono on tho bad ns they nro In pnrts of Ohio,
mainland." Then, referring; to tho (Continued on Page 4)
CITY WITHOUT BUILDING
LAW AS RESULT OF
REPEALS BY LEGISLATURE
Honolulu Is without a building law
As a result of the actions of the
regular session of tho Legislature Just
ended and tho failure of tho Super
visors to pass the now building ord
inance which they havo been consld-
MISS ORALEE LIST
Sho Is on tho street now with tho
i: v o n I n b H u 1 1 e 1 1 n M Iss Oraleo
List, tho around-the-world nowsglrl,
and, with four of tho regular newsboys
of tho paper with her. Is busy selling
tho best puper In town.
Miss 1. 1st has offered n cash prlzo
to thn boy with her who sells tho
most papers each day, ami tho young
titers nro getting busy to earn tho
extra money, although tho novelty of
watching Miss 1,1st ninko sales still
holds them with fascinated eyes,
Thn automobile which sho Is using
Is standing near tho corner of Fort
and King streets, and with this as n
center Mlxs List und her newsboys nro
selling to all who nro In thut vicinity.
"I nm no reformer, I have no 'mis
sion,' and us fur us I am concerned,
the nowsles of Honolulu can swear all
thoy want to If they Just sell papers
while I nm with them. I want hustle,
thnt'H nil; I want work und the hard
est kind of work whllo tho boys nro
on tho streets."
Miss List nnido the nboo Matcuient
this morning when asked about the
uccuMitlnn of "Sidelights" in yestcr-daj-H
Advertiser, In which tho writer
sold, under tho caption "Progress Mot
Dexlrablo": "I am glad tho newsboys
aro going to bo .studied and Instructed
by un oxpirt. Wo can learn much
(Continued on Page 6)
A broader and better outlook upon
human life It found when glancing at
the world' affairs through the paget
of the EVENING BULLETIN.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
ordeal triumphant. Tho machine wns
burled past resurrection by tho Ha
waiian votes. Tho history of tho past
six years reveals n power of xelf-gov-
erlng for months, tho City and Coun
ty of Honolulu Ib probably tho only
city on tho globe that Is without somo
sort of n law to prevent Iho crocllnn
of structures dangerous to life and
limb. The laws existing at tho tlmo
tho Legislature convoned wero locat
ed on the understanding that the ord
inance would bo given tho finnl ap
proval of Iho Hoard of Supervisors
during tho courso of tho session. It
Is now discovered that tho nctlou was
premature for tho local building ord
inance Is now resting easily In tho
archives of the Hoard of Supervisors,
mmculllcs because of tho absence)
of u low on tho subject havo already
been encountered by tho Hoard of
Health nnd further trouble Is exact
ed until the ordinance becomes oper
ative. 'FRISCO ATTORNEY TO
POST IN WASHINGTON
WASHINGTON, D. C, May 1.
Charles W. Cobb, a prominent attorney
of San Francisco, was today nominated
assistant attorney-genera! with espe
cial duties for the Department of tho
Tlio report; wns curront today thati
Superintendent Campbell will glvo td
tho Advcrtlsor for publication Tues
day morning tho lottor which ho senfj
to tho llonubllcnn Territorial Com
mlttec, and tho exlstonco ot which ha
denied absolutely when questioned by,
the II u 1 1 e 1 1 u reporter-
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