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EVENING OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, JUN?'24, 1911.
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(Continued from Paqs 1)
One thing lomlilv ilemoiiKtrnted Ibis
inornhii, was, that n v.i.st iii,uill.y of
lefuso lind lucii hauled to Dm severnl
iliiliili'i that mlghl liavo Just :ih "ell
Ixcii ijnriK'il mi Hi.' premltes. Carls
piled high with dried leaves and nil.;
lags frimi lawns were lnbarously
dragged tn tlio dumping iiiouiiiIk thcro
to ho hurtled, which tumble could
huvo been obviated had the material
been burned at the place, from whence
It was g libeled
Orientals Srck a Harvest.
Cblneiie and Japanese liuvernd
iiroiind the Iwllel dtiniT tuioughout
the dny. They enmc propired to lus
ift hotlluB, mid scraps of metal th.it
found their way Into the recoptlclos
for garbage and refuse. One enter
prising Chinese had necuinul.ited sev
eral himlicd Initios of assorted
nl.es. At nt.otlier spot a couple of
Japanese were going through the pll.'H
of rubblt.li and sorting out pieces of
cast lion. A large French -range luj
b.eu liaule.l out of one pile with the
aid of soeral Japanese. Over In an
other corner, some lluwallans had
Katheied Kivornl hun.lred pouniU of
scrap lion. In their collection, wrs
found one or two cooking stoves which
might yet ho ptneed Into service by n
funtal Oilcntal vvlthnut much addi
Another scavenger was IniBlly cm-
ilojed nil morning In getting together
cigar botes Hint entne his way In the
Trail of Bottles Mark Pathway.
A trail of bottles marked the path
way lt the hlu gnrlncc dumps todnv
Wagons and calls pressed Into ser
vice hud been laden to their fullest
capacity. It Is not to he wondered
that some of the refuse w.ts shaken
loose hy the Jolting or the vehicle
Supervisor Sain Dwlght, catuo fot
wnrd wl'h n lusty complaint over the
vviij some of the drivers of dump
rnrlii illsroitnidcd the cleanliness (if
that portion or the rlty In vvhliji ho
resided. The men In chnrgo of the
carts were cautioned to use more
cate In traiisKirtliiR their loads.
"I think that It would be n Rood
thing to send nut nil the City mill
Count v wagons tomorrow, in order lo
clean up after the Clean-up Commit
tee." whs a rejoinder from one City
and County official this morning who
had been making n tour of the sev
Everything Save a Grand Piano.
About everything save n grand ll
ano was brought tn light by the rub
bish gatherers who visited the vari
ous districts and loaded their wagons
with the accumulation of refuse.
At Kalln dumping ground, situated
on the sea shoro and n place desig
nated for the reception of all refuse
from the Kourlli District, was an as
sortment of truck which ranged fiotn
grave to gsy. A chit I's rocking liorac.
with one broken leg was dragged
f'irth from the burning. A big cast
Iron cooking range was also unearth
ed and fcund not suitable for fuel for
the llames. Now and then un accor
dcon would bo discovered In raking
over the accumulation. A Bcore or
more lads discovered other musical
Instruments such ns battered and
tuneless cornels and slide trombone
was dragged forth from its humble
Pictures that once adorned the
walls of more than onu Honolulu
homo alto found lodgment In the
(lump. Family portraits and memen
tos, perhaps by accident or design
wl'Ic likewise consigned to the ash
barrel and Hter found their way to
Fires Lay Waste Much Rubbish.
I'ires were kept burning at Knlla
and Iwllel throughout Ihe day. Over
one hundred full loads had been can
ed to Knlla dump giniiud before ten
o'clock this morning. The City and
County road gangs were on hand beta
ns well as at Iwllel to do what tliev
could In assisting the elimination nf
Refuse brought from Manna and
Wallclo districts was taken care of
at a point near where It was gather
ed. Reports were received that rub
bish was being destroyed thero ns fast
ns It was received. At Iwllel anj
Knlla, conditions wero far different.,
As the morning wore along, an al
most continuous stream of vehicles
blocked tlio Iwllel roal all headed for
tlio dumping ground.
From Mime loads, protruded rem
nants of floral bouquets. While at
the dump inoro than one poor or tli
tltuto family added lo their wnrdrobo
by contributions filched from tlio
Daniel Legal ililef of this district,
had his fores wording before 8 u'clock
tills inornlnvf. some of the nun earlier,
iiiul they .vnrked to such good effect
that the shortage of curts was "felt In
a few hours. Up to 11 o'clock ho had
been able to secure but two carts, mid
was trying to get three more.
Chief Logan lmd fifteen laborers at
work and two general Inspector, and
the householders turned out with a
will, so that his lo'nblned forces ran up
to good llgures The vleun-up III tills
district was compirntlvcly easy. Lo
Kim kept two "scouts" mounted on
horseback to icotir the district nnd seo
that evtr) thing wus running smoothly.
This was n small district nnd one
where ninny will-to-do pioplc reside,
mill Chief A. It lllurrcy and his band
did not have u gnat ileal of work to
do. ll:idiU.irtcrn were istnbllshed lit
(lurrej'H boiih-, mid earlv this morning
live men reported to .Mr ejurrcy and
they began n systematic campaign
Airs, (lurrev picpuiisl lunch fur the
workers, scltlua: a tulle nil the shady
lawn, and when the morning's wurk
was done the fell to hungrily. Two
wagons Were 111 use 111 this district.
Mnor J. J. LVrn Is In charge of this
section, with hiiiiii'irters at the home
of J A. Oilman llurl.v this morning
tho niav or wus on baud and after as
sembling ids men he sent them all ovir
the district and stayed out In the Held
himself, directing their efforts. Three
wagons ami part nf the time more wire
In ue heie.
This district, the I'linahoii section,
turned out voluntetr workers grandly.
In the Colli go Hills district there lire
between forty and fifty workers, twelve
bends and u number of laborers U O.
tlulld, chief, established Ids headquar
ters In l'ns'dent Orllliths' olllco nt
OiiIiii College So much garbage was
colli cted that the t lev en wagons used
were unable to Keep even this morn
ing, and there was an Immediate cull
for more wagons. In this district It Is
estimated that, counting the volunteers
from the College Hills section, there
were nlncty-uno actively engaged 111 the
clean-up, of whom thirty volunteered.
I' I- Waldrou and A. Lewis Jr. helped
things along by volunteering the use of
their machines for district uurposes.
District 4A, Ewa Side.
Chlif W A. Wall had twenty-six la
bortrs, twenty-one volunteers mid four
carts at work this morning, and at 1 1 : :IU
u'clock tstlmuUd that tlio elean-up
would nut be llnlsbid until l.itu this
afternoon Ileiidiuarters at Ills home,
Victoria and I.umdllo streets, were kept
busy until the middle of the morning,
when tlm only thing necessary was to
get moru carts.
District 4A, Waikiki Side.
Col. C. J McCarthy had ono of the
biggest Jobs of the entire i-nmpnlgn In
suptrlntendlng the cleaning up of four
huge Japanese mid Chinese enmps. The
block bounded by I'llkol, Ileretanla,
Keenumoku mid Klnnu streets lias these
four camps tn It, and Colonel McCar
thy? ably assisted by License Inspector
Kenncll, made a thorough Job of It. Ten
inhorers and thirteen wagons were em
ployed during the morning, but Colonel
McCarthy wus forced to report that not
n volunteer worker bad como forward,
up to 11 o'clock. HoA'cvcr, tlio 'dis
trict was clear by noun, and most of
the work was done. Kvery room In
the camps was Inspected by IV'iinell,
and the Orientals did their part.
Chief A W. Beabury of this district
had thirty-four men nnd twelve teams
removing the gnrbnge. This Is the Kn
knako section, nnd Henbury found out
by 10 o'clock that his work was Just
started Ho asked for two more teams,
Thrco men from the Hoard of Health
assisted him. At 11 o'clock he report
ed practically oil work dono except tho
reniie'ul nf the rubbish.
Chief W. V, Wilson icports that ev
er) body Is busy and work may tnku
nil afternoon. He has sixty laborers
nnd ten volitntecis, fifteen loams lira
hauling nway the rubbish as fast ns
they'.CMi. ,Ntft enough tcaniB on hand
at present, People nil working In dis
trict. District 6B.
Col. .1, W. Jones roorl8 that tho
work Is goMng along splendidly and
everything will lio done by 2 o'clock.
Mr. Armstrong who had charge of one
of the big sections In thels district
had the work itono by 12:3(1. Thcro
are forty men working In thin dis
trict nnd eleven teanis nre used to
carry off the rubbish, four volun
teers uro at work. Hvorybody busy.
No friction whatever. Jones reiwrtj
that there me n few Japanese High
School IwyB volunteering In IiIb dis
trict. District 7A.
A. V. Jndd report that everything
Is going along well In his district only
Hint In one tenement sectlo nlho peo
ple nro loafing around nnd lio had
to send laboreis over to clean tho
placo up. This Is In Wnlkahalnlu
lane. Ho has about thirty men, at
work and lias tho uso of nine teams to
haul the stuff nway. Ho had to bor
row most of the tennis. Tho work Ib
about half through
Manuel Peter, chief of the Kullhl
District, reports Hint everybody In his
district Ib working well. He bun
twenty-five laborers and llvo volun
teers. Twelve tennis nro being utcd
to enrt the rubbish nway. Ho states
that the Kaplulanl Kstatu lias not
dono nntylilng to many of Its lands.
Everybody went hard to work nt G:30
o'clock. He expects tlio work to bo
through by 3:30 o'clock.
8. H. Mnhelon, chief eif this dis
trict, reports that ho had n hard tlmo
early this morning as tho men and
tennis wero not on hand In time. He
has fifteen women working In sec
tion "B". Ho believes that the work
will bo through about 4 o'clock.
(Continued Irom Pag 1)
plantation for what they got. They
complained uud finally went on strike.
Khelui was sent up hero to settle tho
matter nnd ns the result leases bavu
been the rule since. It Is understood
thnt (Inly part of his fees und expenses
were paid Vt that time. Slnco this
trouble the Japanese claim that Mali
nger Kennedy has been trying to get
rid of tho Japanese lenders In that
movement, who mo the same men now
They say Hint they went 'to Camp
No. 7 to notify tho Japanese there of n
meeting at which It was proposed to
raise money, but thnt there was no
shouting or boisterous knocking on
doors. They also stnte thnt the Jap
anese from whom Mr. Kennedy obtains
Ills Information was n leader In organ
izing tho Wnlukea Japanese Planters'
Association, but Is now ugalnst It be
cause he failed to obtain the leader
ship for himself nnd tho hul which hu
During nnd before the court session
today there was no disturbance of nny
kind, the Japanese being very unlet
nnd well behaved. Though their lead
ers advised them to go home, they ro
fused to do so, saying that they wanted
lo stny and sea for themselves Just
whnt was happening.
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