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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 25, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, JULY M, 1911.
Have you seen our
wonderful display of
Suits which we have
on sale at 1-2 of
what you pay else
where? You had better call
and invest in one of
them, as you will
never have such a
Also a large line of
DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY,
DOMESTIC GOODS, etc.
L. B. KERR & Co.,
I Dr. Schumann, X!d
175 DERETANIA AVE, corner Union 8t. PHONE 1733
wn received a supply or xnw butter by tub s.
8 ZCAI.ANDIA. IK YOU HAVE NEVER USED AUSTRALIAN
BUTTER, IT WOULD Iin El J. TO IIEOIN NOW.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietor.
(Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.)
Quality is the Best Advertisement
Pinectar Sales Co., Ltd.,
1 WRITTEN THERE
A great register of nil votors for
Wo Cli and County of Honolulu will
jijifn for slgnitiiros with tomorrow.
Wlilor nn net pissul In Hit last leg
; fsulure MitcrR aro expected to get
lhlr names on tlio register If they
Wiuld participate In tlio coiiiIhb eloc-
&TI10 work of registration will con-
JFmio until tho tlilnl Wtdncsiluy be
foto tlio general election In Novoin
Ihr next vear.
toll. Kalaiioknlanl, city clerk, ins tho""'cro'nry !,"(' ,l,0' wl" ,)0 lHentod
f6rk of registration In hand ami Ills,
fce In tho city hall will bo open
ery legal tiny fiom mm on from
piiio in tho morning until four In Iho
JjlJeniooii, with tho usual h Hf holiday
aiereuflci thoro will bo no hoard nf
rjJ'ostrnaster.Ociieral Hitchcock plnced
ujoutrurt with a Cliic-luuutl linn for
400111)0,000 envelopes tu bo used duilng
the next four i'ars
Your Suits at
TO HOLD MEETING
There will bo on Important meet
lug of tlio Civic reiteration tomorrow
afternoon at four o'clock for tho pur.
poso of 11 full nnd flee discussion of
Iho status on which tho general mem
bership and the executives committee
shall mill In Iho general lino or work
that lias been mapped out for the
betterment of tho city.
Tiler meeting will bo held In the
public" servlco association rooms and
It Is expected that thero will be n fun,
attendance, and suggestions from ull
will bo In order.
Any suggestions by thoso who aro
not nblo to attend can bo sent to tho
Bl lno mooiing.
Ph. Vnnlnlnnl if .. I net, I! v llnnin ttrllt
.into a henellt daneo at Knights of
Pythias hall on Snturdny ovenlng,
July 29th. Tlio music will bo oxcel-
lent as tho orchestra from the IllJou
Theater will assist. Tho proceeds will
bo used for tho purchase of a sterlllz-
er Tickets will bo fifty cents, nnd
thoio should be n large attoiiiluiite.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
(Continued from Pagt 1)
If we bad fruit orchard here extend
ing from Wnhlnwa to Diamond lltnd,
then till' peit would be routing us
million" of dollar of loss n enr. A
It Is we hnn no big stretches like that,
but most of the householders herohavo
n few fruit tree either for their own
use or for prom, and they will feel tho
damage ery much.
"We hae been trjlng to educnto
them up to the fact that by picking up
nnd burning or boiling the fallen fruit
Hint they will In a large measure bo
utile to overcome tho rnvages of the
lllen In Uermuda, whiro an enormous
amount of damage was done, tho re
sults nine been wonderful. Formerly,
practically none of the fruits have been
of much value, but ty sticking closely
to till method of picking up the fallen
fruit nnd destroying It they have been
able to reduce the damage to 5 per
cent. One of tho latest reports from
there shows that of late ears there
bnc been limes when they hnrdly no
ticed nu thing at all
'I want you gentlemen to take It
upon yourselves to educate tho people
to pick up nnd burn' or get rid of all
tho fallen fruit. In this way we shall
be uble to kill millions of the llles.
How It It Don.
'The flics, which oti can see In the
bottle and according to tho diagrams,
halo what Is termed nn ovlpostor. This
has a hard point, nnd the female fly,
when sho alights on a fruit, stick It
through the skin nnd lays the eggs.
The number which are laid In each
fruit all depends on what kind of frUlt
It Is and what size. Tlie fly knows by
Instinct how many maggots can feed
In a certain size. The number will vary
anjwhero from two to fifty.
'The eggs stay In the fruit for two
or three dajs an J then hatch out as
maggots These look to the a vera go
person Just the same as the maggots
jou see In bad meat or In anything
decajlng. It generally takes about
fourteen da) for the maggot to attain
his 'full tlze, making about seventeen
dnjs altogether from the time the eggs
are laid. During this tlmo the fruit
becomes rotten and falls to tho ground.
and It Is then that It must be picked
up to do any good.
t"When the maggot Is full grown It
makes Its way out of the fruit and goes
Into tho ground Once It gets there
wo can do nothing with It. When In
the ground It gradually shrivels up
until It turns Into what Is known as a
pupa from this later on comes tho
II), nnd the whole of the process Is
gone our again Tho length of time
that this Inst performance takes varies
from flic to six dnjs, according to tho
temperature. The safety line as to the
time fruit may bo picked up and left to
lie In fare being destrojed Is about
three dajs. It is much better If they
enn be picked up nnd destroyed every
day, however, as this makes It abso
Some good work has been done by
Homo of our progressive citizens, and
thej nro helping very materially by
bringing In reports. As far as wo
know, the papaya has not been touch
ed j ft. and this we attribute to tho
fact that when it Is pricked or scratch
ed It 'exudes a milky substance. This
mai bo disagreeable to the fly and keeps'
It away. Tho banana has not yet been
touched here, nor has tho pineapple nor
the alligator pear. Flics may bo found,
or, rather, the maggots, In alligator
pears that aro lying on the ground.
These are not those of the fruit fly.
however. All decaying fruit Is attack
ed by what Is known as the decay or
vinegar fly. This propagates Its spe
cies In such places It has been ru
mored that the fruit fly has spread all
over the Island This Is not true, so
far us we can determine at the present
"The melon fly has been bred out
of mangoes and flgs. This has only
been In a locality, however, where veg
etables were usually grown and had
become scarco for the time being. It
had not been able to get Its regular
fruit and had therefore to take to
what It could And.
"I want ou gentlemen to educate the
householder to pick up all the fallen
fruit and place It In tho gnrbago tins,
whan It will be taken enro of by the
department lhat handles thnti Yo
must bear In mind that the household
er who does not pick up his fruit will
breed enough flics to do damage to the
whole neighborhood itom what I liear
of Jou all.
and the good reputations
jou have at workers, I am sure that wo
can expect some great results from
youi work along these lines"
Instruction, to Inspector.
The following Instructions have been
Issued by the Board' of Health to the
You wll see that all fallen fruit Is
,c"tf' nnd Instruct householders,
ii.uimiitn uuu uruiueii 10 gainer uu
I fallen, oerrlpo or blemished fruit nnd
nil fruit which has been eaten Into by
rats or l)lrds, whether fallen or on tho
trees, Including bananas, papayas and
the Ilka, and have such householders,
occupants or yardmen place such fruit
In swill or garbage cans on the prem
ises You will promptly report accu
mulations of such fruit to the offlce."
' MAKES ITS BOW
Mar)' Jane, the Housemaid . .
' ........Dorcas Mntthows
f loro Dora Dean, n Kootllght Fav
orite Ocraldlne Darnetto
Mrs. David Denn, her Mother
Mrs. Purdy, a Resident of New Ro-
chelle- Julia Walcott
Tom Dennett, tho Helr-at-Law....
Kid Bums, his Secretary
1 Ilnrvoy Norton
James Make, Public Administrator
and Man About Town. .Itobt. McKIm
Daniel Cronln, In the Mining Busi
ness Irving Livingston
Andy aray, tho Duller. Allen Ilosworth
I C3..l ... H H ... .
omuuu .uusier is. u. ringnam
Polite Sergeant Hull Morrison
Ileportcr on "Tho News"
Polly Poiighkcepslo ,. ...Hoso Do Vorno
Rosle Ryo Hurtle Wallace
Tcreta Tuckahoo Ullllo Carmen
Fannie Wakefield Oraco Vclma
TCBsIe Tarry town Nell Doyle
George Cohan's smill-town classic,
"Away from Broadway," or to give it
Its first name, "rortv-ftvo Minutes
from Ilroadway" was Iho attraction
.with which he Norton Musical Com
edy company made its Initial bow In
Honolulu last night. The Orpheum
was packed, practically every seat in
the house being occupied, and tho
new company got a flattering recep
tion. The "musical corned j" company as
It Is billed was a trifle shy on music
for the opening night, nnd unfortun
ately one member of tho chorus was
picked out by 1 tho audience as the
target for Its amusement. The result
'was an uproar lhat upset tho equili
brium of tho entire evening and the
company did not score the success
which Its principals and the play It
self deserved and will get beroro tho
week is over. The combination of
an opening performance and a chorus
hardly up to requirements was a hard
one to oppose, but the capable mem
bers of tho company accomplished a
seemingly Impossible task in pulling
the evening through after the fliht
act had been anything but well re
This company numbers some very
clover people. Tho honors last night
were carried off by Harvey Norton,
who plas Kid Burns, tho Immortal
part that nobody but Cohan could
have written, tho slangy young man
from Forty-second and Broadway, with
his talk of tho raco-tracks, the dia
mond and the squared circle but with
a lot of good down bpneath his pio
maturcly wise exterior. Norton's me
thods are by no means slap-stick ones,
but ho gets the comedy over tho foot
lights just the Bame.
Marlon Dunn and Dorcas Matthowg
well remembered hero from the da
of Iho George B. Howard companj,
both wore successful In their parts)
Miss Dunn playing tho dragon-mother
and Dorcas the decelvlngly-slmpln
1 Harry Cummlngs,, who has the part
of Tom Bennett, will bo a big hit In
Honolulu. He is a sort of a Cohanes
quo joung man, but got little chance
last night to show what ho could do,
the chorus proving In need of some
Miss Dunn Miss Matthews and Rob
ert McKIm were given welcoming ap
plause b their friends and acquaint
ances as tho made their entrances.
McKIm had little to do. but, did that
The olher members of tho cast per
formed creditably. The play Is a
melodrama, puro and simple, touchod
up with Cohan music, and with strong
comedy throughout. When, tho Nor
ton machine gets to working a Utile
more Bmoothly, the company ought
to win a warm placo with local thea
tregoers. Bids for the construction of four
submarine torpedo boats will bo open
ed lit the Navy Department Septem
Undtr Ntw Managlmtnt '
CASTLEMAN 'and .MONTGOMERY
Comic 8ktch Artlit Jutt From tht
t Far Eaitl .
In New Song and Dane
NEW MOTION PICTURE8
Program Changed Thr Tim a Week
ADMI88ION1 5, 10 and 15 Cent.
BEGINNING MONDAY, JULY 24
The Norton Comedy Co.
In th Lttttt Ntw York Mu.lcsl
"Away from Broadway"
BILL CHANGED MONDAY8 AND
Popular Price 25, 35, 50 and 75 Ctntt
TONlGHTI TONIGHTI e
Just From th Orltnti
Gorman & Phillips
Featuring Novtl Singing and Dancing
Barnes & Robinson
PIANO AND KKRN RKPAnTDH
Will mMt anyon on th ittgt pnd
throw him A chtlltng.
LATr.ST MOTION PICTURES
Mora Marvtlt by
La Petite Laura
Moit Flaxlbt of All Contortionist
Har Thorn 81ng, "Under th Banana
Comtdltnntt, in "TOUGH ACT"
LATEST MOVINQ PICTURES
Saturday, July 29
1l30 P. A. C.
3 1 30 J. A. C. v
vt. ST. LOUIS
Sunday, July 30
1l30 HAWAIIS vt. J. A. C.
3i30 STAR8 vs. KEIOS
.,75c, 50o, 35o and 25o
Rescrvtd Seats for center and wings
of grandstand can be booked at E O.
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Tlcktes on sale at M. Av Quntt's
Cigar Store and Hawaii Drug Store,
Hotel street, from 1 p in.Suturday to
11 a. in. Sunday.
MIDWEEK SCHEDULE, Commencing
at 4 P. M.
July 26 Kelot v. Fifth Cavalry
PRICE8 50c, 35c, 25o
NEW DRUG STORE
Stocked with Ntw Drug and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hottl Street, at nd of Bthl
- in all Shades
65c a yard
in Plain White,
Blue and Lavender
SOc a yard
EMPIRE HAS GOOD
FEATURES THIS WEEK
The Empire Theater went back to
vaudeville last'ulght, with a pretty
good progrum and some Illnis well
worth seeing, A. now soug and danto
team, Corlinn und Phillips, from tho
Orient, and Joo Thomas, n mighty
cHver wrestler who challenges any
body In the Territory, were the two
new features In the vnmtcville line,
while Barnes nnd Robinson, tho en
tertainers, work In nicely with the
rest of the bill.
Gorhan and Phillips aro Austra
lians and closed with a catchy little
dance. Their act Is moderately
amusing, the dnnclng at the end be
ing the best part of it. The male half
of tho sketch has a funny hobo make
up and la n sort of eccentric poser.
Joo Thomas showed his class as a
wrestler last night by throwing Al-
n, of Portland, In eleven minutes.
e offers SI 00 to anybody that will
ay with him fifteen minutes, and
will doublo this for anybody that ran
throw him In that time. Aldon is
smaller thnn Thomas nnd tho latter
threw him easily. Tho wrestlers
around town nre beginning to wake
up now and ought to make Thomas
go some to hold his hundred.
JOHNSON AND WELLS
HAVE REAL SONG-HIT
It's worth a trip to tho other side
of the Island to hear Duke Johnson
and Mao Wells, tho colored song and
dance artists at the BIJou this week
sing "Under tho Banana Tree." Thf
BIJou changed programs last night
and tho new line-up goes through llko
n twentieth-century limited.
Johnson Is Just as funny as over ami
Mae Wells is getting hotter as thr,
engagement proceeds. "Under tho Ba
nana Tree" Is n Bong that would mako
a hit In a grave) ard.
The Reece Trio keep up their re
putation as Indefatigable performers
on various kinds of musical Instru
ments, the saxophone being empha
sized this week.
I.a Petit I.aurlo, who is one of tho
"trio," has a startling contortion act,
her most sensational hit being a back
ward bend from a standing position
on two chairs to pick up frorn the J
poor ueneatn nor a namiKorciuer inin
practically flat on tho bonrds. It Is
not only n difficult but an unusually
Tho Boardman Sisters do a "Tough
Act" that gets some laughs.
Oeorgo I Marlon, tho Now York nc-
tor, under sentence of iltnth nt Wllkos
bnrro for tho inurdir of his wife, was
refused n now trial by tho Superior
Court nnd will now bo hanged unless
the board of pnidons Intirferts, which
Wireless apparatus on 18 addition1)!
teasels was approved by Government
Inspector R Y. Cadmus.
Tho approval Is based mi IcrIs uiado
bj fhishlng messages between i.lilpi
at him mid gncrninMit stnllan ashore
Ihe Htcamei lllloulnii liohlx tho locurd
for distance, having transmitted n
message 7M miles. Tho government
requires rending iowcr strong enough
to telegraph 100 miles.
The steamers appinved are: Rose
City, Ileavei, Governor, Santa Rosi,
Queen, Illloulnn, Co ion ado, Cltj ot
Topoka, Roanoke, Senator, lloir
Mariposa, George W. Elder, City of
Puehta, Spokane, Picsldent, I.111II110
Tho Rev. John II Dlttrlih, who re
Rlgiud tlio pastorate of St. Mark's Re
formed church ut I'ltUburg when the
Allegheny classes charged him with
fnlllng to priach In nirordnniu Willi
the creed of tho Reformed churjh, his
decided to millo with thu Unitarian
FOR SALE UY
ROSA & CO.,
Altkea and Queen Streets
BULLETIN Ads pay-
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