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Fill FLY WAR
STARTS AUGUST I
Tlioso at the board of health In-
RpectorH who reud the morning paper
came dawn to hvudqunrters looking
very worried thin morning. Under u
heudlng -"Anti-Fly Force to 8tnrt to
Work"' 'the paper gave Boine Interest
ing dotulU us to what was to be
done this morning In connection with
the tight nicilim tho Mediterranean
fruit ,'lly; Tlie; jnoxt Interi'Stlng part
ot 'the .whole Htor.y Is 'that It In too
prc'vlous. Nothing li to bo done by
the Inspectors until tho first of next
mouth, uccordlng to the plans of
'The Inspectors will not bo given
this us part of their ordinary work
until the Ilrst of the month," he said
this morning. "Tomorrow morning
at eight o'clock Kntomologlst Khr
born of the Department of Forestry
aud Agriculture will give them a short
lecture along the samo lines as v.u
do in connection with sanitation work,
only dealing with tl.o fruit lly. Thcro
is no hope of them starting "t tho
present (lino awing to the enormous
rush of work that Is an In connec
tion with the' licenses. We hope that
by August 1, however, that they will
be able to take tin the work nml rnrrv
MOTiT-SMITH HARD AT
W0RK ON HIS REPORT
''PresideW Mott-Smlth of the Board
of Health iwbusy with his annual re
port and expects, to get It' out during
the first part W next month. The re
port! from allXtho subheads are Jimt
beginning to colmo to hand and when
the whole tlittitV Is completed It will
make some volume,
.'"The trouble (l am having with It,"
ho eald, "is ta keep it, down. It
would fill a book ns large as the re
vised laws of Iawall If It wero given
In full. The various outbreaks that
we had, notNtnly here, but on tho
other Islands aa well, account for
this. There will also be tho descrip
tlon of the new laws nnd system that
we are workaig .uuder now."
Secretary Mott-Smlth completed his
semi-annual report some time 'ago
und has forwarded a copy to Presi
dent Tuft, ftBi required under the sec
tion of the' act dealing with the mut
ter, , - ,.
He expects to have an acknowledge
ment very shortly and WlKjn ha does
will be at liberty to make the report
public. It gives a brief account of,
the work .done during 'tho. executive'
V. session. ,
Most of tho royal guests at tho cor
onation ceremonies have left Lon
don. - "i
President Toft boa under consider
. ation the Withdrawal of the troops
tlow, forming the mdnoeuver division
"Quicksands" a Novel That
Commands Instant Atten
tion From Critical.
Honolulu has been tho happy hunt
ing-ground for many novelists, and a
few have Ue and done most of their
work, hero, but n distinct addition tn
ll. literature must be ch.oulclcd ns a.,1
' ' . ,i
A recent arrival horo Is Mrs. H. P.
Agee, Mr. Agco Is connected with the
Hawaiian Sugar Planters' experiment
nation. Mrs. Agee is not n tyro in
literature, and her latest work, a no
vel, "Quicksands" bears tho stamp of
ability and trained literary talent lit
no small degree,
"Quicksands" is published by Stur
gls & Walton of New York, and Is
now on solo by tho Drown & Lyon
company. Tho maiden namo of tho,
authoress, Fannie Heasllp Ica, Is
need. , ,.
"Quicksands" Is tho story of .Ufa -In
tho mountains' of Virginia, and Is-nbf
tabid for two things, for a romark'
ably faithful adherence to local color,
to the types of which the authoress
writes, and for n power of analyzing
emotions and dissecting tho mental
make-up that would give tho book a
standing no matter where the scenes
In brief It is the story of a woman
of many and complex emotions, mar
ried to a rather common-place, mat
ter-of-fact man whoso virtues are tho
good old-fashioned, four-square ones
that command admiration overywhero
hut, at least in this caso, fall to sat
isfy tho demands of tho wlfo after a
time. Into tho scone drifts another
man, n novelist, a son of Vagabondla,
with tho mental and emotional traits
that appeal to tho woman. Tho nov
elist mid tho husband are close
friends; nnd the novelist nnd tho
wllo, neither firmly anchored by be
lief In tho old-fnshloncd virtues and
each ready to experiment a llttlo In
dangerous paths, soon nnd thomsclvca
whero neither dares to look into tho
future or to admit 'tho present. Tho
result Is worked out In an Interest
MrB. Agce's clover pen Is wielded I
with unsophisticated and sllghtly'cynl-
cm iuiicii hi nor iim)ui ui nor .
characters, but tho descriptive pass
ages are fresh and very enjoyable.
Though tho story Is Intensely local
ize thero Is an Impersonal atmos
phere throughout tho book, as of one
who has seen those things as a visit
or might, or one who sees them In
retrospect after absence. Tho style
1 ?"".b?.r"r ',.?I .S:
jpiiwii U"l 1(1 iid iunvt t't piiuiiu unuij
sis reinluds one of Mlltli Wharton.
Tho view-point Is fomlnlno through
nut, Tho book, nil in nil, Is ono that
commands attention or Itself and
mukes further products from thesamu
pen oveuta to be watched for.
In commemoration of tho. first
birthday 'anniversary of their son,
Hon, und Mrs. S. I1. Correa gave,
Saturday afternoon, a grand Hawa
iian limn at tholr residence, on School
street, Ewa of Mllhu.
Mr. Correa was n member of the
House of Representatives during' the
last Legislature. Ho Is woll known
In the community, nnd n largo num
7rlll,VirWl!'u ,offlc al? ;'HJ
civilians.' were bnlhnnd to 1 extend
civilians, wero bnlhnnd to. extend
their' congratulations to' tiief couple.
In order t,o well accommodate the
guests; large tents wero jiut up and
long tables placed under them.
Correa Jr., his father expects, will
some day occupy the seat of Correa
8r. In the legislative hall. The luau
waB continued In the evening.
KAUAI PRISONERS TO
8ERVE THEIR TIME
Deputy Shorlff DeaB of Kauai, ar
rived yesterday morning in tho Klnnu,
bringing five prisoners, who were
sentenced by Judge Hardy during the
jory trial, whjcu ended last .week.
Tho prltonorg who will commence to
serve their time are: .
Pedro Mansano, burglary, two
years, and larceny In tho, second de
gree, six months,
Jonah H. Davis, assault with dan
gerously weapon, two years.
Pak Clint Kun, assault with dan
gerous weapon, threo months.
Sakallos Incalionse, burglary, two
Frank Colargo, assault with dan
gerous weapon, threo months.
AND GOES FOR TRIP
Charles II. Raven, formerly of the
local customs service and now a part
ner of IS. A. Jacobson In tho transfer
and commission business, has gone to
tho const with Mrs. Raven, selling his
home and household effects.
Mr. Jncobson says that Mr. Raven
Is going away for a short time only,
whllo Mrs. Raven will be gone a year
or more for her health, Raven Is ex
pected back in a month or six weeks,
says his partner.
Th everting at half-past seven
o'elock at Emma Squuro, the Ha
waiian band will render the follow
ing program; '
March The Mai Kalana (new) .,.
Overture Martini Flotow
Tho Vision of Sulomo Joyce
yocal-Ilawallan songs.Ar. by Rerger
""ry nnd I.rlght Kyes..
Waltz Tho Pink Lady (new)..Cnryll
Two Step Kvery body (now),,Herzor
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
Inter-Island and O, It. & L. Shipping
bocUs fur sale at the Qui let tn
office, COo each.
HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY,
MRS. VANDERBILT DANCES
"DUELL BUNNY CUDDLE"
Former Virginia' Fair Whirls in
Darkened Ship Ballroom
to Ragtime Chant.
LONDON,, July 4. Mrs. William K.
Vanderbllt Jr," arrived lit Plymouth
today under the' assumed name of
Mrs. Vincent. .She suited on the Cher
bourg to join iilrs. iterlminn Oclrlchs,
ier sister, in Paris. "' '"'' "
Mrs. Vanderbllt treated the Olym
pic's passengers ton brilliant display
of dancing in tho ship's bntlrooni'wlth
C. II. Duell Jr., son of Judge Duell'
and cousin of Hllliu Hoot.' I
Mm.' Vanderbllt, wasnUlred In pur
ple and black satin, making, a stun
ning appearance. Sho danced con
stantly, with young Duell.
When the orchestra played tho
first Btralns of "Teddy Dear" tho floor
was suddonly cleared, undvMrs. Van
derbllt and Duell executed tho "Pas
Seul," a modllied Apache dance, which
Mrs. Stuyvesant Fish christened the
"Duell bunny cuddle."
After the danco hud been sustained
until the musicians were wenry, all
lights were suddenly extinguished,
nnd to rngtlmo tunes chanted by tho
passengerB tho pair danced alone In
the darkened room,. '
Duell whh booked, to disembark, In
Kngland, whllo' Mrs. Vanderbllt waB
booked ,to Franco.'' While tho .'reluct
ant goodbyen,,were being said the
ship's lighter lost five minutes. The
passengerB fumed,', and Dilell once
altered his planssand decided to con
tinue to France, but, he-1flnnlly went
ashore, amid the cheers of the re
maining passengers, who enjoyed his
youthful and obvious entluiBlasm for
BURBANK SEES CREATIONS
SANTA ROSA, July 1. Luther
Burbank, at his residence In this city
tho other night,- enjoyed the first op
portunity of seeing how many of his
fruit and flower products look on it
screen when thrown there by tho aid
of a streoptlcon. Ho greatly enjoyed
the entertainment Two years ago,
when Herbort Gleason, a Uoston lec
turer, was here, ho took a number of
pictures of Ilurbank creations. He
arrived here a few days ago and ar
ranged to give a little eutertalmnent
in honor of the distinguished pro
ducer of now fruits and flowers. Ilur
bank conipllmented Oleason and Mrs.
Gleason, tho Intter having painted tho
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GERMAN ARMY NATIONS'
PAPERWEIGHT, HE SAYS
'ROCHESTER, N. Y., Juno 30. Ben
jamin Ide Wheeler, 'presldent-of tho
University of 'California, In delivering
:tlio annual address before the Phi
'Beta, Kappa Society' at the' University
of, Rochester last night, dealt ex
haustively with the subject' of "The
Races und the' Tongues' of Men," and
declared' that the fates of nations are
written moro in terms of languages
than of ( blood. Tracing the movements
of.tlio eight major groups of peoples,
the speaker came to tht) German and
Engflsli'WoUps as m'oBt representa
tive of' the Occidental man. He as
serted that Germany had causo to ere-
.. n,ill. ' ...mu nM.I nlinvnnlAV.
lzcd It as "the heavy paperweight
which keeps the scattered leaves W
Europe's table from fluttering off with
every wind." "For Germany," ho
added, "the path of least resistance
"One swallow doesn't make
i M '.-
"But a few swallows of
' ' ' ' ' n' "
"PRIMO" help to make a
and be sure to sped
r - ''5iHi!t'aaBsiiSi
and greatest gain leads to tho south
east, over moribund Turkey toward
tho Persian Gulf. That was the first
trnck of her wars and her, products
when her Industries reawoke. She
will finally administer the estate of
the Sultan, and as her Influence finds
Its way toward the Persian Govern
ment; bIio will come nearer to. the
nerves of England than ever she has
come In the North Sea."
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTORS.
Enttred for Rcord July 22, 1911,
t 'From; 8l3Q . m. to, 10i,30 , m. .
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Kuban Kelllpulcolu (w) .to Joseph
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ftimui-1 Kalllmal.to Wlllo II Kal-
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'Ivy Richardson to Ruth R Guard. .PA
''Martha F 'Fleming nnd hb to Kn-
ehlrl ,...., D
Tom Kninalll ct nl to Charles Mel
necko Jr .' D
case from your dealer
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Clias Mclnecke Jr to Kealanul Ka
Maul Loan Co Ltd, tr, to Polly Ka
Ilia and hub , ..Ret
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to Jose V Mncle'l Fore Afrdt
A II Landgrat by mtgee to John
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John M Vivas, tr, to Jose, V Maclel ' D
Sam Kalainu and wf to Guy H
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John IC Mo'o to Itrlen Ooodnes,.. D
I-Yaiik Sakamaki to Robert OllleH-
John T Gomes and wf to a Hrltz.. M
T'Hata to Young Men's 8avs Bocy
T Sato et ul to Young Men's Bavfc
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Antonio Sllva and wf to Young
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May K Iirown and hub et al to
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