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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1911.
l.eahl 1'hHlilrr .Wli
llitiifilulti Third Degree.
lliimiil.ili Tlilrd lit grip.
I Ai visiting rnctnutrn ol tna
I Ordur lire cordially Invited to
j attend meetings of local lodge
lleet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MAINE ENGINEERS' 0 Aho-
-tKtriLlflL AV "MAIIUX. cUtioni cor
llally jnvlted. '
HAWAIIAN TIUBE, No. 1, 1. 0. E. M
Metit every first r.Dd third Thurs
iiy of en eh month at KnlgbU o(
Pythtnt Hull. VlBltlnn brother! cor
iUlly invited to attend.
II. FOSTER, Sachem.
E. V. TODD, 0. of II.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, ', 0. E.
v Meets on the 2nd and 4th WKO
NE3DAT evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock in K. of I. Hall, corner
ttrrctanla and Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles ire Invited to at
umd. OHO A DAVIS W. P.
WM -'. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, C16. P.. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 1, B. P. O.
tits, meits In their hall, on King
Itreet, near Fort, every Friday tve
ainje. Visiting lirothera are cordially
invited to atten!.
" i) f it. i.siixnr.ito. ii it.
UEii T. KI.UICGEI., Sec.
WM. MoKINLEY LODDE. NO. 8,
K. of P.
Meem every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ivenlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lloretanln. Vlslt
Ing brother cordially Invited to at
tend. F. F. KIMIUY, c. c.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. It. S.
A. N. Sanford,
Cotton Duilding Fort Street
Over May & Co.
PALM BEACH HALS
MILTON & PARSONS
Hotel St.. opp. Young Phone 3083
""CARLSON CURRIER CO.'wASH"
C. B. and LA CROIX EMBROIDERY
New Stylish Hats
Summer styles In millinery at par
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT 8TREET
EAT AT THE
Everything New Servico Excellent
StHE GREAT LtNJAMIN C0UP0IJM
Iherbalo JliL, I
B Curc$ Constipation. ;w
Makes New, lllch J&ISUfii
H IlloOd. ytfjSS'xSFjk I
a Stomach and Liver tAM'f'-Ek, 1
g l!o$ul.itor WiWlSft I
3 Cures the Kidneys. .'t?.r I
Ektsessffiss vivimmm aauamem
.1. i: METCALFE, who left for Eng
land, will locate tlicro permanently
II. U MIDDI.ED1TCH Is booked to
leire on the Slot tn fur it visit to thu
I)lt AND .MRS. HAYES will noon
tcao for (lie mainland mid will tour
Jhnnpe while uwny
SAM JOHNSON, or tin- Putin Lum
ber Company, came In on the Wllhel
tiilnn for n Hhort visit.
DEMOSTHENES lYlUIUdUS ttnd
Panes Porphyrus ure visitors from
llllii by tlio Wllhelinlmi
MH3 F. I. WALDItON ntid Stanley
Waldron nro booked 'or the mainland
on the WUhelmliia tomorrow
GEOHOE LYCl'HGHS, .Mrs. Lycur
gus ami their chlldter, am departing
puss dicers on the Sierra tomorrow.
(1 IH'NN of the St IaiuIs College
wag a departing passenger on the
Manna Ken this morning for Hawaii.
WALTER WATSON left for IiIr
home In llllo this morning by the
Mutilin Ken. He Is going home for
CHARLES T DAY and wife salted
on tin; Mnkura esterduy. They will
f -ilt Europe after spending some time
In Western Canada.
ATTORNEY SMITH of llllo expects
to sail tomorrow In the Wllhelmlna
and will visit Ills old home in New
England while away.
MISS ALICE UOTI1 and Frank E.
Thompson are to be married this
e filing. The ceremony will be per
formed by Itev. Wadtnan.
L. C Alll.ES len-s on the Wllhel
mlna tnmortow for the coast, ntid will
iitt-ntl the national grand council! of
Hhrlners at Rochester, N. Y, '-"
CHESTER DOYLE has been re
tained to defend a Japanese on Kauai
who is charged with murder. He
sails today for the Garden Island
O V SEARCY, connected In nn of
ficial cnpnelty with the Ilureau of
Health at .Manila Is returning to thu
Philippines after having spent some
mouths on the mainland.
W. II. HE RKAUTOHT, of tho slnlf
of the Hungarian legation at Toklo.
Is returning to station, after having
spent some time at the homeland. He
Is a passenger in tho America Marti
and will lv.it n the vessel at Yoko
hama. MISS UEUNICB DWIOIIT wns the
center of n large number of friends at
the departure of the Makuiu jester-
day. She goes direct to New York,
where she will be married ut once to
Mr. Miller, who visited hero some
REV AND MRS J V. WAD.MAN
will leave for the coast on the Wll
hrliulna tomorrow for a trip to the
mainland Itev. Air. Wadtuau will
take along bouiu Island views to use
ill lecturing us an aid to the t'lonio
HAROLD P. OltlDLEY, a member
of the stiilT of the United States col
lier Alexander, Is a through passen
ger In tho Toyo Klsctt Kalsha liner
America Mam (Iridley Is enrouto to
station after having upend six months
leaie of absence at his old home In
EI) POLLITZ, the San Frnnclsco
broker, goes uway on thu Wllhutmlnn
tomorrow, utter u month In tho is
lands. Mr Pollltz ciime hero In con
nection with u new process for manu
facturing sugar which bus been given
u tryout at Ploneor Mill.
MISS LIZZIE TEN SUE KAIT, a
valued assistant connected with thu
local branch or the Ottlde audi the
Merchants Exchange, left this morn
lug as a passenger lit tho steamer
Matina Ken Tor a vacation to he spent
on Hawaii. Tho young lady will ou
absent for at least a mouth,
MRS. C1RACE H1NOJIAM, a recog
nized society lender on tho coast is
u passenger In the America Marti,
which arrived this, morning. Mrs,
liliighnui Intends remaining over In
tho Inlands for some little time be
fore cnntlnulni? the tnurnov to .Ttmnii
China mid tho Philippines, she Is on
ii tnuud tilp to thu Far East for health
.1 C. WILLIAMSON ono of Ana-
tralla's foremost theatrical man and
the leader In tho "legitimate" field,
Is In Honolulu for a few days, Uo
came In on tho Mnkura yesterday and
will leave on tho Sierra for tho const
tomoriiivv. After visiting Now Yoric
and other points, ho will sail -for Kit
lope, everywhere picking up high
class stars ntid companies.
II. P. KENNARD. rupicsentlng the
lltltlsh home government In carrying
on an exhaustive jesoarch for tho
rare of porsuns afflicted with plngttes
and Infectious diseases, Is n through
passenger In the America Mam, en
route to Siberia. H will proceed to
Harbin and from there will Journey
In leisurely manner through Mancliu-
t la and Siberia concluding his lour
upon arrival at St. Petersburg.
W. T. McCRACKAN, a lopieRentn
live of tho Chiistlan Science Chinch
and one of its lenders with hcntliimr-
tern at llnston, MaRs,, arrived nt Ho
nolulu thin morning ns a passonger in
tlio America Maru. Ho comes hero to
deliver n series of lectures on Hie
alms nml mission of Christian
Scleuco which will tttko placo at the
Opera House. Mr. McCrnckan Is ac
(impanled by Mrs McCrnckan and
they intend to resume tint, Journey to
the East by tho Tonyo Maru. After
visiting at Manila, they will proceed
to Australia then South Africa and on
i ''Jr.1 JSM1S.
Hertonat attention to. alt ordere.
CITY TRANSFER CO. (J. H. Love)
Sti o o ,-' M'
CAPTAIN STEVENS PLEASED AT
RECEIPT OF CHEERING MESSAGE
General Manager Schwerin of Pacific Mail Extends Personal
Thanks to America Maru Skipper for Valued Service
Mauna Kca Awaited Mainland Mail Many Coasters Get
Away This Evening Alice Cooke Ready to Sail.
Captain A. O. Stevens, tho well-liked
master of the America Maru, the
Little White Yacht In tho Toyo Klsen
Kalsha neivlce was liandcd a mes
sage open arrival this morning Hint
came from Vice-President and Gen
eral Manager It. P. Schwerin, that
made him exceedingly happy.
The "big boss" of the Pacific Mall
line tendered rfts warmest pralso ntid
thankfulness to Captain Stevens for
piompt action taken at a time when
tho Pacific Mall Intermediate steam
er Aula was in (listless.
It vvllf bb remembered that tho
America Maru which Captain Slovens
commands was utmost immediately In
wireless communication with tho
Asia at the time of that vessel going
nnhorc off Finger Hock, The America
Mnrn stood bv for somo hours and
to this vessel were conveyed n num
ber of tlio imssengcis.
The missive came to tho skipper
In caro or thu local' agents. He ivr.s
plainly effected over the words of
praise coming from Milliliter Schwerin
although entitled In every way to the
recognition bestowed iixin him for
prompt action taken at a tliuu when
Tlio America Maru was alongside
Alakej whait at ten o'clock this
morning. Purser Frank Cavaily To
poits a flue run down from tho coast,
the time being flvo days and twenty
ono hours. , J
The I.lttlo White Yacht Is not
ctowded by any manner of means. If
the rank and II lo of trans-l'aellla
travelers really knew1 what, they were
missing by .overlooking thp smaller
Japanese vessels for the big llnera,
there ceitnlnly would be nioro patron
ugo accorded such vessels as the Nip
pon mid America Mam's. - .
Tin- steamer pulled uwny from Sail
Frnnclsco with but twelve cabin pas-
sengeis. In the Asiatic sleerago mo
less than one hundred returning lo
tho land of their nativity at Japan
or China. Five cabin passengeis
will layover nt Honolulu, most of them
hoping to resume tho journey to the
Fur East by the Tcnyo or the Nippon
Tho vessel Is iiulto well laden vvlih
general cargo amounting to HUG tons
of a miscellaneous ordur. Mall to the
number of 3U2 sacks milled. Tho
America Maru sails for Japan mid
China at flvo o'clock this evening.
Mauna Kea Awaited Mainland Mall,
11 special arrangement, the-Inlor-Islaud
flagship Mauna Ken awaited
tho arrival' of the mainland mall des
tined for Hawnlt that arrived at the
port nt ten o'clock this morning In
the America Maru. Thfiie wbr ii
speedy transfer of the mall from the
Japanese liner to an nwaltlnu ami
inubllo and under thu direction of u
Hpeelnl postal ofllcor, tlio hags wqio
hastily sont lo the Iiiler-Islaud whaif
mid hurried aboard tho steamer. This
speedy tinnsfur will doubtless bo
much appreciated by tho business In
(brests on Hawaii. Tlio Mauna Kea
got away for llllo mid way jsirts but
little behind hor regular schedule with
u rnlr list or cabin ami deck passen
gers and a large freight. Consider
able lumber and fertilizer Is moving
to Hawaii and Maul theso days and
tho Mauna Kea carried her share of
theso essentials. The steamer Is duo
to return hero on next Saturday morn
ing. Wllhelmlna Has Completed Cargo.
Tho last cargo for the Wllheliulnit
to bo taken nt railway wharf must
at rive thero before threo o'clock this,
nrternoon. Tho vessel la to bo shift
ed io Mntson whnif, mid from theiq
will sail ut Ion o'clock tomoriow
morning for Han Francisco. Tho
steamer Is leaving Honolulu woll filled
with first class passengers, A full
W.C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines add Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a' Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
-jk;v &.. &
shipment of sugar has been taken
aboard a portion coming from llllo,
Hefr Bcrger has promised that his
nrusfclntia will divide tho honors In
tnoYMw b'etweeti tho Oceanic utid
Mntson wharves. Tho Sierra and
Wllhelmlna ndveillsed to leave tho
port at the same hour, the Sierra will
bo given (he lead ns this vessel has
captured the consignment of mall for
Onp.liy.onp Jhp b'S frplghtcrs In tlio
nine Funnel service nro being flltid
1 with wlrcfoBs telegraphy. That the
equipment of ocean liners with wire
less apparatus will not only result In
protection, for those on board, but will
also prove a convenience to shippers,
wns demonstrated when the Uluo Fun
nel liner TR'Ui en route from Liver
pool and the Orient to Tncuina re
ported her Kisltlon vv hllo still more
than 100 miles uff shore.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesday, June 20.
SAN FRANCISCO Juno 20, 1 p. m.:
Sailed, S. S. Lurllne, for Honolulu.
S. S. MARAMA June 19, S p. m,
- 1300 miles from Honolulu, may ar
rive, Friday about noon.
T Mnurlco Mc.Mahon came very near
to iiaiielng his last Irish Jig Sunday
afternoon In I'ulolo A'ulley, u desertwl
house bv longing to Mr. Rhodes being
the scene of tho near trngedj. lie
.Million was spending the afternoon In
a tramp nbout tho valley with his wife
mid a woman friend. They came upon
the deseiteiVhouse nnd decided tlint It
would bo n good place to rest before
llelng possessed with the natural cu
riosity of u poet, MeMaliou began to
limpid the remisc, Thu bouse, he
found, was too big to move, but In tho
kitchen be noticed it covered tin with n
wlie handle standing In thu corner.
This lie picked up nnd, slinking It vig
orously, found that thero was some
thing Inside that gave forth n rhythmic
sound ns It Knocked ugalnst the sides
of thu tin. This was Just tho ncconi
panlniciit necessary for an Irish Jig, so,
with the melodious tin In his bund, Jlc
Million nbniidoued himself to tho move
ment of tlio dnnco at which lie Is nn
exptrt, mid made the walls of thu do
fcrted bouso shake.
Uo KayH bo was applauded by Ids
wife and friend. He was nbout to sen
how far he could' hurl, the tin, with
n ' throw tlm 'lanuiK r" movement,
standing on the lanal of thu house,
when thu I, idles suggested that he look
Inside the tin,
"Let's See what makes tho noise,"
until Mrs. McMahon nhd'they did.
MeMaliou dropped tho tin on the
lloor, Jerked off the cover and looked
Inside. Thrin ho tried to faint.
He had been dancing the, Irish Jig
with ten sticks of dynamite enough to
move tho house nnd Its chance visitors
to the oilier side of Diamond Head.
How the dynamite came, to lie In the
deseited bouso Is n mystery, but It la
supposed to liuv'o been left thero by
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LW'ATIVU 'BROMO-QUININE, re.
moves the cause; Used the world ovel
to euro a cold In ono day. 13. W.
GROVIi'S signature on each box. Made
MRIS MEDICINE CO. Saint LouU H. S. 4.
San Frnnclsco America Maru, Jap
stmr,, a. in
Monday, June IB.
Vnncouvcr and Vlctoila Mnkura
C-A. S. S 11 p. in.
Tuetday, June 20.
llllo via way ports Maiuin Kea,
stmr., 10 ii. m. i
Hawaii ports Ivvolanl stmr., noon
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per T It It S. S. Amoilcn Mnru.
from Snn I ranclsco For Honolulu
Itev. II. S. Klimirn, Mrs. Oraco Illng-
hatn, II, L. Mnrker, Mrs. W. D, Mn
Crackan, W. D. .McCrnckan. Through:
W. II, do llenufort, Hmold It. Clrld-
ley, II. p. Kennnrd, J. F. Mangels, It
It. Poiki, O. W. Searcy, Mrs, O, W,
Per C.-A. S. S. Makura ror Vancou
ver nnd Victoria Mrs. A. Lldgate and
daughter, Dr. Henry Hnyes, wife and
child, Mrs H. T. Hnyselden and soV
H. Dlackman, Dr. tJoodfollow Mrs. A.
W. T. Iloltomtoy, H. lllnckslono. Cecil
M. Do Trafford, iMIss Dabcock. Miss
Chrlstopherson, Miss Rernlcp Dwlght
Miss Hurgner, Miss Victor Collins nnd
child, Mrs. Modealf and child, Mr. nnd
Mrs. A. W. llnbbldge. Mr. and Mrs.
C. T. Hay. .Airs. Dense and two chl-
urcn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Uutzkc, Mr. nnJ
I PA8SENQERS BOOKED I
Per O. 8. 'S. Sierra, for Snn Fran
Cisco, June 21 Mrs. 11. V. Rice, Mls3
Mny Kearney, Mis. M. F. McNeill,
Mrs. Carl II. Nlcper nnd Inrant, 0,
Ilaldwln, M. A. Porter, .Mrs. A. Wicks,
Mrs. M. F. Peter, F. C. Rnllcy, Dr. .7.
F. Covves, Miss S. O. Clark, Mrs. J
F. Covves and two children, Miss A. 8
Mnrsh, Mr. nnd Mrs. Schllcr nnd
child, Geo. I.ycingus, wife and two
children, Mrs. II, Snmmons, Miss Sam
mons, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Goodwin
T. W. Itawlliis, Mis. W. T. Itnwllnu,
Miss Hilda llrown, .Mr, and Mrs. V.
J. Loeb, Mr. and Mis. A. K. Oood
niansen. Miss Helen Drown, Mrs. W.
A. Clark, Miss Irene Unicorn, Miss C
llnlcon), C. P Ilrndshavv, John Uigotte,
Miss M. 1. Fazackerley, 1L Smith, W
II. Charlock, Mr. and -Mrs. J. J. No
II1b nnd child, Mr. and Mrs. I,, do
Schwenltz, Mrs. P. O. King, Miss S.
Dora lloye, Mr. and Mrs. C. W
Rhodes, D. Sylvester, wlfo nnd Bon,
Mis. C. Ilnrkln mid child, liro. ller
nnrtt, Ilio. Martin, Mrs. C. A. llldliiE
or and Masters Roach (two), .1. F.
Oaynor and wire. Miss It I,, (laynnr.
J.. F. On nor, Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Jop
son, Mr. mid .Mrs. II. C. ltnivvn, W. It.
Lowrey, Mis, N. Fernandez Ami son,
W. F. Drake, MaJ. James W. Robert
son, .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sloru. Miss
Ireno Dickson mid maid, Miss A. Van
Ness, Mr. and .Mrs. C. D. Collins. Mm.
W. D. Holt and two children, J. n.
Woodbrldgo and wire, Miss J. M. Pi
erce, J. D. Caslrq, II. G. Mlddlcdltch,
Miss Allccn McCarthy, Mrs. Paseoo,
Miss C. L, Illdsrord, .Mrs I. I Tucker,
Xllas a. Spauldlng. T. p. Hinckley,
Mrs. M. Smith, Mlss Crlckahl. Mis.
It. W. Foster nnd Jboy. Miss II. Pulll
rim, Mrs. E. Ekborg, Mrs. A. M. Lan
dls, F, I,. Fort, A. Ohrlman Dr. Pat
terson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Dennett, Miss
A. II. McLean, II. Ciessaty, Mr. mid
Mis NelRon nnd child, Mrs. Julia
Fitzgerald, Miss Avis Wlnsor, Miss E.
Smith, A, S. linker
WATER WORKS GULLIES
SPOIL CITY STREETS
Editor Evening IltilloUn: Tho
out-of-cpndltlou of many of our city
Streets Is becoming a matter of con
stant comment, Tho misery of tho sit
uation Is necentuated by tho numerous
gullies, extending In many Instances
entirely ucross the main thoroughfares,
caused by the negligent manner In
wbjcli the employes of tile water works
hnvo dono th"n -work of refilling ditches
ling for the purpose of laying water
As the superintendent of wuter
works rides nbout In nn automobile bo
must bo conversant with this unneces
sary nuisance. He Is probably free
from the expepso that other nutninohll
Ists nro put to for repairs to their
machines caused by the continual Jolt
In passing over tbesu obstructions to
traffic, for which Ids department Is re
sponsible. Ono of tho notorious In
stances of this lack of Intelligent work
manship and supervision Is met with
Just after turning Into Knhikuua nvo-
imo from King street, where thero nro
four of these "thank you, ninrnis" with
in ns many hundred feet, which niiiko
thu best of machines shiver in making
jinssago over them.
Honolulu, June 17, 1911.
More Work for Local Quarantine.
Plague mid other forms or pestil
ence appear on tho Incieaso nlong Ibn
coast or Asia according to advices
contained In tho mall brought by the
last Korea. According to reports In
tho ninnlln pnpora plague has made
Its appearance In tho Island of For
mosa. Tho American Consul nt Tatn
sul teports n total of 41 cases dining
the lliieo weeks ending April 22nd,
wllh a lesult of 3G dcntlis.
A iiiiiu anllne of seven dnya on nil
passengers m living from Amoy Una
been put Into forco nt Manila. The
last report lecelved nt Manila from
Amoy shows n death rato of six poi
sons a day from tho plaguo.
.j,).,i.i..'.-ii, 'ftui , Aji...VJai..Vilji.. ,...,. rfrttiri'aAiWMtl', a
YET FLY HERE
Aviator DIdler Masson, tlio French
blrdinaii who was to havo down nt
Kiiplolnnl Park last Sunday, may yet
be keen piloting Ms inonirplniie In nnd
around Honolulu. Negotiations nro to
be opened between the aviators nrtd
erstwhile promoters In an elfort to nr
range flights before Wnlkir nnd Mas
son leave for Australia,
This morning Musson's monnplnnn
wns sent out to Lellehun, vvbero nn ex
hibition will be given In n dnv or two,
according to Walker. Tho young bird
man said this morning that Mnnson
will make the promised exhibition nt
Lellehun, though Just when bo Is not
"Wo nro going to tee If we enn't ar
range things vvltli Scully so that lllghts
can be arranged here," said Walker
this morning. "In fact, I ntn going to
see Scully todny nnd try to fix it up.
Tho peoplo want to see a flight, nnd
We do not VMint to disappoint them."
Wnlker says that his biplane is hope
lessly damaged, but that Masson Is
willing to perforin If the warring fnc- '
ttnnn ran irt fnir.itlir lr i!.nNmilaa '
the split that occurred last Sunday.
DON'T WANT ANY
' .t',, FALSE STEPS
(Continued from Page 1) '
of the presence or tlio fly, nnd ho
thought the detnlls or thp quarantine
would depend somewhat on the atti
tude or the local authorities In light-'
tng the pest here.
Governor Frcar when called on
said lie thought there was ample le
gal authority for Instituting mea
sures for handling rrult in n manner
dlatated by tho experts. Ho was not
so sure about the inoncj. He was
disappointed that tho last Legislature
dlil not provide n fuml ror flghtliu
pests out or the current revenues;
thero wns not enough In the conser
vation riind to go mound.
.Mr. Bvvnsoy of the Planters' oxpcil
meiit station talked at length on tlio
inclliods of extel initiation nnd com
mented on tho Inct that the cpilck ac
tion secured from the parasite for tho
lear hopper was exceptional. Ho ad
vised that the scientists must study
the habits nnd rood or thu lly n consid
erable time before they could spuak
Mr. Watcrhousc or tho Hoard or A.?
rlciiltuie called to memory tho expo
ilenco of tho plague, when n lot of
property was destroyed and it was
found later that tho same results
could be obtained without burning
houses. lie counseled to go slow.
Director Wilcox of tlio Federal ex
periment station said that tho Idea of
exterminating this flay was all non
sense, or 'words to that cfTect. It
might be controlled, but n man who
would iindortnko the contract or wip
ing out nil tho fruit on which tho lly
might feed would need fully a mil
lion and a half If not two mllllom,
nnd tlicro was always tlio possibility
that after everything had been des
troyed (he fly would nf 11 he round in
tho beiry or a plant Hint has been
overlooked ill tlio era or destruction,
Mr. lllgglns roso to stato that ho
Is n radical. Ho thinks tlio fly can bu
wiped out and the duty or Hnwnll, as
nn outpost or tho country Is to go at
It on Hint basis hud notify tho Fed-
ernlgovernmeut of tho seriousness of
the situation. '! i WTl
George It. Carter wanted to know
whether he Bhnulil destroy his vino
yard In the Interests of the common
good. He was told that tho fly has
hot yet attacked tho grape. When
ho asked about his mango tree ho wns
told to destroy the Infected fruit.
As rpr destroying tho grubs, Mr.
Eht horn suggested that Inriyled fruit
bo placed In n coal oil tin, ns tlio lar
vao drops lo tho ground and would
find Us death In coal oil after leav
In gtho fruit. Tho host method or
com so Is burning. In Mexico tho
rrult Infected by Bomo files Is burled
but tho character of the soil has nn
Inipoltaut bearing on this phaso or
The discussion wns vory Interest
ing nnd Instructive, and shed a lot of
light on the situation showing (bat
nil nro ngrecd on tho seriousness of
the pest, but thero nro grnvo differ
ences to vvhothor It can bo wiped out
Thoso present nt the lunch wero
Piesldont Gllmore, Governor Frenr,
Gcnoial Mncoiub, Albeit Wnterhouse,
Pipf. Elnhorn, A. J. Campbell, Direc
tor Wilcox, Mr. Matheson, Prof, Swn
soy, piof. lllgglns. Prof. W. ,A. Hry
an, T. II. Petrlo. n. O, Clark, ProL
Krause, Gerrlt P. Wilder, Mr. Bhcba,
G. H. Cmler. W. R. Fnrrlngton.
A Hoard or Admirals was appointed
to select lirteen officers roio retirement,
Coney Garage Automobiles
Meef All Inter-Island Steamers
Frenchman Kills Soldier,
Shoots Mistress and
I.nst night, Paul Ditmln, tho French
man who shot and kilted Fred M. Vol
kas, tho soldier nt Iwllel yesterday
afternoon, died In tho Queen's Hospi
tal, lllnnrhe Mnrtln, tits mistress,
wlio was nlso shot at the same time,
Is on the road to recovery.
Jealousy and hatred on the part of
Paul Diimtii, n French, over nn affair
of his mlsticss, lllanclio Martin, n no
torious French woman or Iwllel, caus
ed him to shoot mid kill Fled M Vol
kas, tho ex-soldler In tho Fifth Cav
alry at Iwllel yesterday afternoon. The
shooting wns witnessed by n Japanese
servant, named Mnsakl, who was
working In thu kitchen of the woman's
After Duinln had shot Volkas, he
next pointed his tevolvcr nt lllnnrhe,
his mistress, and shot her twice. Re
lieving sho was dead", ho next tinned
the- revolver on himself, lloth lllan
clio and he ntc now In the (Jueip'H
hospital, where they ,wlll ,prpbalilv
die as the result of 'tholr'tyouniN
Tho rbvoher used Is ol 38-qnllber,
and wns bought at K. O. Hall & Son,
Volkas was nn ex-sorgonnt In tho
Fifth Cavalry, up lo .May 31, thli
year, when ho was hoiiorilhly dis
chaiged. His military record was
good. It waB expected then. that ho
would enter business In the Stale,
He was a German by birth, but a nat
Temperatures. fl a. m., 71; 8 n. ni
"4; pi n. m 78; noon, 79; morning
Haromiler, S a. in., 30.03; nbolulo
humidity, 8 a. m., C.fllS grains iier
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 n. jn
73 per cent; dew- point, 8 n. in., CI. ,
Wind. C a. m., velocity , direction
E; 8 n. in., vcloclly 7, direction B; HI
n. in., velocity !), direction NE; iiuon,
vcloclly 10, dliecllon NE.
Ilalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 n
m., 1 Inch
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt noon, 212 miles. I
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Inter-Island steamer Iwalnnl
wus dispatched at noon loday for Ha
waii ports Hiking general cargo and
explosives ror all ports nlong Haina
The United States Revenue cutter
Thetis sails ror Alaska ports this nr
ternoon nt II o'clock. It Is understood
that tho vessel will return here for
The belt road commission held a
meeting yesterday nftd discussed gen
eral plans for road-vvoik. A number
or Important figures must bo woiked
out before thu commission can begin
uctiiul work on tho detnlls or spending
money on roads.
llriico C'urtvv right Sr. has sold his
one-sixth Interest In the O'Neill build
ing, cornel of KIuk and Fort stieets,
Douglass iilrKidy owns a three-sixths
Douglas, already owns u thiee-slxths
Interest. With the new Interest, Dogu
luss now hint n controlling Interest In
Pending repalia mid overhauling
tho steamer Llkellke lias been placed
on the Maul aad.Molokal run rorm
erly covered by tho Mlknhalu, .Thh
vessel Is now on tho local mat Inn
railway. Tho Llkollko Is to sail for
regular portn or call at flvo o'clock
this evening wllh u number or pas
sengers mid a general cargo.
At a mooting ot tho department of
Immigration and statistics, held yes
tenlay nrternoon, the pioposltlon of
a reception Btntlon for tho purpose Of
hai boring newly nrrtved Immigrants
was agnlii brought op for dlscussloi.
Tho question or a silo wnH tho (list
consideration nlong those lines nnd
Iho matter will bo given further dis
cussion. A number of women .charged wllh
using profano and threatening lan
guage, uppeared In Pollen Court todny.
Their discs were postponed unt to
morrow, Henry Allen, n hnbltual
drunkard, was sentenced to thirty
days' Imprisonment. Attorneys Atkin
son and Ixirrln Audrows, who wore
busy prosecuting mid defending thieu
KoreaiiB since yesterday morning, re
sumed htclr work today before Judge
2185 odllorI.il rooms 2250
bllsllll'SS office. These urn I In. ii.1,..
phone numbers of Hie II u 1 1 u 1 1 u.
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