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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
llniniliilii flitijitcr llii)l
Arch Degree. ,
AP visiting members of tae
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledgea
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M.
MRINE ENGINEERS' Z "":,,'
BENEFICIAL AJWATIOl riition. cor
HAWAIIAN TBIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. K. M.
Meats every first and third Thura
Oys of each month at Knlgbta of
Pythlaa Hull. Visiting brothers cor
flatly Invited to attend.
W J. ItOIIINSON, Sachem.
H. V. TODD, C. of It.
U0N0LDTU AERIE, 140, 1. 0. I.
Meeta on the 2ud and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Oeretanla and Port streets.
Visiting Ktgles ire invited to at
'and. ai:o. a. imvis vr. p.
WM. C. McCOY, Sec.
fONOLUTTJ LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, D. P. O.
tiki, meets in their hall, on Ring
Jtreet. near Port, every Friday era
alng. Visiting Brother art cordially
nrlted to attend. .
I. P. It. ISKNTtKHCl, R. It.
ui:o. T. KLUEQCI.., Sec.
VM. McKINIEY LODQE. HO. S,
Meats every 2nd and 4th Saturday
ventng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Ileretnnia. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at'
F. F. KIL.I1UT. C. O.
! E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every llrat and third Friday nt
7 Id (."clock, l'jtlil.ui Hall, corner Here
tnnla and Fori streets. Visiting broth
ers lordlally Invito.! to attend.
s nr.nciiu, c. e.
o lllilNi:, K. of n & H.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
have rtctived ex Lurllne STREET
and DRESS HATS) alio the latest In
OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
Hotel St, opp. Young
fr Mrs. S. F. Zcavc,
Temporarily closed while away on
buying trip. Open again In September,
68 Young Building '
New Stylish Hats
Summe,' atylee In millinery at par
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Hit. M1TCHKLL returned on Hie
Lurlliic yesterday. '
MANACIKH WEINZHKIMKH of the
Pioneer Mill at Luhaliin c.inio to
MISS I2VA SHAFTF.Il Is tbe house
guest of Mrs. Montague Cooke. She
nrrlved on the I.iirllno.
JOHN HUdllKS, of Honolulu, u
member of the Hawaiian commission'
to the Panainii-Paclflc exposition, will
lcno on August 2 for the coast to
look tin a site for the Hawaii exhibit.
This wna determined ipon some time
ago, nnd the news that tho fair site
had been finally settled decided the
date of his snlllng.
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Ing affected nnhnnls or from Import
ed stock, to the extent which wna
disclosed by the present test, secmod
unbelievable and It was not until n
number of owners of reacting nulmnl!
had been satisfied by post mortem
demonstrations that tho reactors worn
actually affected with the disease that
It dawned upon the community that
It was face to fuco with one of the
sources for great mortality from con
sumption among the imputation of the
"Under these circumstances there
seemed llttlu prospect of a speedy
solution of tile milk problem and tho
fact that we are now less than" IS
iminftia fpimi tlin tiaflit, lm. nf 4tn
campaign, entering upan era of clean
milk for the city nnd county of Ho
nolulu Is due principally to two men,
to whom I consider It Is a privilege
here to give credit which so fully be
longs to them.
".Mr Isenberg and Mr. Pond or Mr
Pond and Mr. Iscnberg wlillo em
ploying diametrically opposite meth
ods, huo both accomplished what
might have twined unattainable, llotli
captains In tho Industry, each count
ing his milk producers by the nun-
Ired, have cleaned their heavily 111:
fested herds from tuberculosis,, (vol-
untnrlly, unsuhsldlzed and lit1 great
financial sacrltlce, blazing tlio way
for othern to follow a way which no
ordinance statute rule or regulation
could have enforced and checking
Indemnification and litigation ad In
"These examples," continues Nor
gaard, "have had a. salutoiy effect on
the smaller dairymen of tho Terri
tory. Hut It is neertheless a plea
sure lo report that a number of tho
Independent dairies Improved their
premises and their methods to con
form with the city milk ordinance,
and tbnt practically every one of tho
dairies that was found free from the
Infection when tho campaign first
stnrled have made similar efforts and
that taken all together the tntlk sup
ply of Honolulu Is so vnstly Improv
ed over what It was homo fourteen
or sixteen months ago, that It ex
ceeds by fnr what could have rea
sonably have been expected. All of
this has been accomplished without
any harsh methods or onerous regit
billons and It Is suggested that tTrj
few dallies who have not yet fallen
into lino but which show a disposi
tion to do so should bo given until
tho end of tho month to do so. This
with an understanding, however, (hat
a fnlllng to do so will be followed
by a premptory revocation of their
permit to sell milk."
' i s
Registration of 'uiters'ln'the fourth
and fifth districts of the city ami
county of Honolulu Is moving along
Two largo volumes were opened to
those, who are ipiallflcd to register,
At noon today, fifty threo names
had been enrolled under the several
pieclncts of tho two districts.
.Major J. J. Fern, whose olllco Is
hut fifty feet away from the place
where the registers ai kept open tn
tho public, dropped In at tho hour
set for tho opening of the gieat reg
ister. Ho soon hud pen In hand and
his namo adorns tho top lino on tho
first page in the book assigned to his
His Honor was followed by several
city and county officials. Including
City and County Clerk Knlauokulaul
and others. ..
Tho force In tho clerks' olllco Is
on hand to explain the requirements
for enrollment on the register.
T)lx at Seattle, out of commission.
Logan, from Honolulu, for San Fran'
Cisco, arrived May 12.
Sheridan, from Honolulu, for San
Francisco, arrived July 14.
Sherman, sailed from Honolulu fur
.Manila, July 14.
Crook, arrived S. F. Apr. 13.
Duford, sailed from Manila July 14.
Wiiiren Stationed nt the Philippine),
Thumus ut San Francisco under re
Person! attention to all erdere.
CITY TRANSFER CO.. (Jae. H. Love)
NORTHERN SEA BEARSNAME -OF
ISENBERG'8 GENIAL SKIPPER
CAPTAIN BEHRING AGAIN VISITS HONOLULU AFTER TWO
YEARS' ABSENCE. INTER-ISLAND .STEAMER, HALL
WILL AWAIT ARRIVAL OF SIERRA. OCEANIC LINER
DUE EARLY TOMORROW MORNING. LURLINE DIS
CHARGING. CARGO PREPARATORY TO SAILING FOR
Tho family nnmo of Hearing, of
which Captain N. I. Bohrlng, tho Jolly
master of tbe Herman ship Alexander
Isenberg, Is a member is now borne
by tho famous northern straits ami
sea which separate, tho American and
Captain Uchrlng was a visitor to
Honolulu this morning after an ab
sence covering n period of nearly two
ears. Tho Alexander Isenberg, tho
smnri Clorinnn ship, wjlh a cargo of
merchandise from nurope, to tho
amount of nearly two thousand tons,
showed up off the hnrlwr at daylight,
and a few hours later wax brought
Inside by the Mutson Navigation tug
Intrepid, mid alongside tho railway
The Alexander Isenberg, cleared
Lelth, on February 22nd. Vox seven
teen days following the departure,
the vessel labored in tho North Sea
and during that time barely covet oil
seven hundred miles. Defter weather
then fell to the lot of the Isenberg,
and her doughty skipper reiorts that
in rounding the Horn, bo wns fav
ored with fair winds and seau.
In coming up tbe west coast of
South America, baffling head winds
somewhat retarded the progress of
Cautaln llebrlng. InsT visited Ho
nolulu In NoveSnber, 19'Jil: Ho sailed
from hero for Australia: a day or so
before tho gladfpniH Yuletlde. The
Isenberg, conies to tho agency of II.
Hackfeld and Company. Tim cargo
Includes quantities of fertilizer, 22,000
firebrick, 2H59 packages railway ma
terial, 400 tons pig Iron, consignments
of machinery, galvanised Iron and
Tho Herman ship presents a flue
appearance as sho lays at tho wharf.
On board were twetyrfour perooni
Including sklper and' crew. The
mates and many of the crew have
been with the vessel for years and
therefore look upon It ns their homo.
Captain Retiring further stated that
tho voyage throughout hud been o
fairly pleasant one, with no trouble
Threo days ngo tho Herman 'ship
came In sight of the Island of Ha
waii and the almost total absence of A
breeze delayed tho arrival to some
Sailors Make a Rich Haul,
A rich find of ambergris was made
In a sperm whnlo taken by one of the
whaling steamers of tho Canadian
Northern Pacific Fisheries Company a
few dnys ago off tho west coast of
Vancouver iBlnnd. The steamer IV
trlana brought Iho find to this port
In a small packing case locked in
the captain's room a package worth
ut least $150.(100, or moio than her
entire cargo of nil nnd fertilizer many
times over. Tho find was taken from
ono of four sperm whales brought In
to tho htiitlon. When the workmen
disclosed tho rich deposit there was
Jubilation at the station. Word wns
sent to the head office In Victoria and
the ambergris was brought to this
lort. Tests showed that It was be
yond doubt tho rich substances found
so rarely nnd so eagerly sought by
whalers. Ambergris Is a solid, opaquo,
ash-culorcd luflammablo substanco,
variegated like marble, remarkably
light, rugged on tho surface and when
heated has a fragrant odor. It Is
highly valued as u material In the
manufacture- of the highest grades of
perfumes and Is worth much more
than Its weight In gold. At a low
valuation It Is said to be worth pynr
$500 per pound. Vurloils opinions
have boon entertained us to Its origin,
but It la well ascertained tllnt It Is u
morbid secretion In thu Intestines of
W.C. Peacock Go., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
(Monf Rouge Wines '
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
tho sperm whale, lielng found In tho
majority of tho cases In which theso
finds havu been made on the surface
of the 'wnfer In ureas frequented by
sperm whales. It has been found In
mnses of from GO pounds to about 200,
nnd the piece brought to Victoria Is
said lo be one of the largest finds
ever recorded, If not Indeed tho larg
est. 8lerra In Early Tomorrow.
Hrlnglng 1719 tons general cargo,
84 cabin passengers, 4 in the steer
age and 13C sacks of later mainland
mall, tho Oceanic steamship Slerrn
from San Francisco Is duo to show
up off tbe port at three minutes to
tX o'clock tomorrow morning and
after being passed by Federal quar
aullno otflceis. Immigration and, cus
toms men, will come alongside tho
Oceanic wharf by 7:18 a. m.
Tho people on the Sierra are great
sticklers for punctuality and the de
lay of attraction of n minute Is some
thing that is not countenanced In
Oceanic circles. It follows that as
thu vcs.sol bumps her nose against
tho Fort street wharf, thero will be
n general snapping and lesettlng of
timepieces by Honoluluns who assem
ble nl the whnrf to get tho correct
lime. Tho SuTni was fi!7 miles off
the port nt eight o'clock last night
O. S. S. Slerrn. en routo from San
Francisco to,, Honolulu. 8 p. m., July
2C. C17 miles off port; 84 cabin pas-
tengera, 4 steerage, 1719 tons cargo
l.lfi bags mall. (Due curly Friday
Thursday, July 27.
Hamburg, Antwerp and ports Alez
Isenberg, (ler sp., a. in.
Thursday,' July 27.
Honokna and Kukuihoele Wallele
btmr., 10 n. 111.
I PASSENGERS BOOKED
Per stun- Clnudlno for Hawaii and
Maul polls Rev. It. K, Smith, II. T
Walty, Miss M, Qiilnn, Miss M. Ji'iegor
Mrs. 11. Jaeger, K. M. Desha, W. F
Per stmr. Mnuna Lon, for Kona and
Knu ports, July 28. O. P. Kaniuuolm,
Mrs. llnrclay, M. K. Makekau, Mrs
Makcknu, Mis, M, Ahuna, Miss Aim,
James Campbell, Dr. H, l Hobs, M.
Ilartelles, Mrs. Dnrtelles, Mrs. W.'l).
McWuync Claiouco McWayno, F, M1
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Knutl
H)rts, July 28. K. Woodward, Ceo.
Per stmr. Mauna Kca, for Illlo and
u'ny poits, Aug. 1. Miss Oault, Miss
McKcnzIo, Airs, puller, Mrs. Aruant,
Mrs. C. M. Shlpmnn, Miss M. Mc
Dcrmoft, Miss: Woodford, Miss F.
Lawrence, Dr. Unde, Mrs. I.tndc, Mrs
Sanderson, Miss Sanderson, N. V.
l.ennon, Mary Crowes, Mrs C. Phil
lips, Mrs. J. S. Donagho, J, S. Dona
gho, W. Donagho, J. A. McGulrc, C.
F. While, H. Wlldor, Mrs. Wilder,
Miss l.ambcrsor., Mrs. J, A. Rartfeld,
Miss Williams, Miss D. Taylor.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokul ports, Aug. 1. Dr. Nottnge,
Miss U Hosmor, Miss J. I-. Parke,
Per stmr, Klnau for Kauai ports,
Aug. 1, Mrs. J. II. Cummlngs, Miss
K. Cumniings, Mrs. O. S. Splllnor,
Miss llerry, Miss 17. II. King. Miss
Kinney, Miss Iiulger, Miss Fnssoth,
Miss Anna .TuckorMrs, Brnost Wat-
, Per Ktinr.,Claudl'nc, for Hawaii and
Maul ports, Aug, 4. Mrs. J. K. Akau,
Fev. F A. Baylor, Mrs. Baylor, D. O.
Thuyer, M, llrowne, Mrs. Browno.
Woman Escapes Arrest and
Fine For Selling, Liquor at
Using her Infant 'clilld ns a shield
to prevent the pollco authorities from
nrrestlng her, Vuvnra,.n .Russian worn
an, resident of Iwllel, escaped arrest
by Liquor Inspector Fennel I Inst
night, when tho latter visited the
Cold Mtno ut Iwllel.
Fcnnell, who had' henrd much of
tho Illicit salo of liquor by Vnarn lit
Iwllel during tho past few weeks,
.visited tho Hold Mine Inst night, with
a vlow to ascertaining If she was still
running n "blind pig" there. On his
arrival ho found n Hawaiian coming
out of thu place with u, bottle of wlnu
In his bauds, which ho had bought
from the Russian woman for twenty
cents, lie entered the room, and
thero saw two 6ther men happily
drinking wine with their friends. It
wns ut this moment that Fennel) got
When Vnvnra saw Fennnll sho lift
ed bur Infant child and' pleaded with
Fennell not to arrest bur, for thu sake
of thu child.
Fennell melted nnd told the mother
to come Into court this morning to
explain her position to tho Judge. She
obeyed the orders, and this morning
sho wns present In pollco court.
According to Fennell, Viivura's hus
band Is an Inmate of the Insane asy
lum. , It Is hardly likely that her hus
band will ever be released from tho
asylum. And In order to suport
herself and child, Vnvnra, It Is said,
In speaking of the mntter this
morning Fennell said that It was one
of the most unpleasant tasks that ho
Judge Monsnrrnt gave tho woman 11
kindly but firm (nlk nnd released her.
UP IN SMOKE
Backfires ?nd Burns Up at
Waialua Stables This
Ill luck seems to Joy ride with dlfc
nstr.im results every time C. If. Helm
gets a new machine. Tills morning the
hoc. ml l.lg car l.e bus purchased Inn nt
up III thu stable yards nt Waialua.
Ychterday Uvhii ilrovu A. W. Uowcn
an.on.l the Island In his big Renault
and spent tbe night ut Halelwn Hotel.
The mads proved rather hard on the
ullto'H tires putting them III such bad
condition Hint It was deemed better for
the Howen family to rldo hack to Ho
nolulu hi' rail, who left this morning-,
leaving Helm behind nnd to drlvo
over hi thu car alone. He went
out Into the stublii yard where the car
was left, 11111I on cranking It some
thing buckllred, causing flamed to
burst from every part of It. There wns
110 explosion, us the tanks must have
brcii open, but It wns not long before
the entire car wns ablaze. Incitement
relgnisl as men rushed fiom thu stable
and lintel to help put the tiro out. A
hose was strung from the stable and
lire extinguishers were found, which
koiiii had the Urn out, but .not before
the body, steering wheal, etc., had been
consumed. Investigations showed the
machine and wheels unhurt, nnd It may
be possible to have another body built
for" It, Tbe l.lg, lino car cost JC500 nnd
la Insured for 11000 by the von Itiiinm
Yoiing Co., which sent 11 man down
tills afternoon to decldo the amount of
The stable was not endangered, the
car standing n safe distance from It.
NOTHING DOING UNTIL
AB0UTLAST OF YEAR
Thero will be nothing done for sev
eral months in regard to tho bldspr
the construction of the Marino bar
racks and hospital nt Peurl Harbor,
According to news in navy circles tho
mutter will remain quiet until the' last
of tho year, although thero Is a pos
sibility of operations starting before
then and orders may coino from
Washington uny time. Thero Is no
uctuul need of rushing the buildings
up as the present accommodations aro
temporarily sufficient, but on tho ar
rival of morn marines anil soldiers In
this dhlslon much better barracks
and hospital facilities will' bo needed.
Malta are due from the followtna
points as follows:
San Francisco Sierra, July 28,
Yokolmma Mongolia, Aug. C.
Colonics Marnmn, Aug. 15.
Victoria Zoalandln, Aug. IS,
Malls will depart for the followlni
lHolnts as follows:
San Francisco Slerrn, Aug. 2.
Yokohama China, Aug, 1,
Vancouver Marnma, Aug. IB.
Sydney Zealandla, Aug. 18.
(lu and sen Jos. Unman (a have
your hut cleaned. 122 lieretanlu St.
(Continued from Page 1)
ate there In tho faco of the old law
or not. Hitting Is to brief his argu
ments In favor of such a course and
will then submit them, Attorney Gen
eral Lindsay was working on tho IAw
this moriilng looldng-iip facts In con
nection with It,
Tho movement first started bacjt In
1895 after an outbreak of cholera. A
law was passed by tho legislature and
money wns appropriated for building
government laundries down nt Iwllel.
These "were run successfully for somo
tlmo but then tho district grew Into
dlsrcpulo and tho structures began lo
fall npart. The Interest of soma of
tho wealthier citizens was aroused
and It laundry constructed on Vine
yard street. Tho work was carried on
thero for a long time nnd then gra
dually small laundries began to o)ht
ato outside the dish let.
Thus the whnlo of tho city gradu
ally became dotted with small laim
drles. In case of any outbreak nf
dlscaso.now It is practically Impos
sible to kcp nny check on the clothes
from tho Infected house and it makes
the matter of fighting the disease
much moro difficult. The way In
which the old laundries worked wns
by renting' out rooms In which to do
tho work. Tho Ironing could be done
elsewhere If desired nnd under the
proiioscd enforcement' can still bo.
The Idrn nt tho present tlmo Is tn
stop nil 'tho small' laundries and cen
tralize them somewhero. In nil prob
ability about Vineyard Btreet or that
neighborhood. Tho old laundry Is
still there nnd Is In good order. Whe
ther or not this cfln be dnno Is n
matter that remains to be settled.
H tho attorney general turns down
tho pioiosttlon as Illegal thero may
bo n test case held over tho laundry
nt present under question.
Charges of Illicit sale of liquor, ns-
Siiult nnd battery, using prof an., lan
guage In public places, nnd violation
of lii-iilth regulations, constituted the
IKillie court calendar this morning be
fore Judge Monsnrrnt,
l.uiii Tal, a Chlnniimn, who sold two
bottles of beer for :t0 ccntH on board
the Inter-lslnnd steamer W, Q. Hall
last Thursday, was' lined 1100 and 'the
costs of court. It appeared that I. urn
Tal sold beer to fail, u Hawaiian stuvo-'
dure, who was furnished with $1 by n
white man who wanted hum Till nr-
'I,ulstntcd on tho stand that It was
I'rlino beer that ho bought, but on
examination of tho bottles It proved to
bo Rainier. I.ut raid that ns long ns
It was berr. It was all right. Judge
Monsnrrat found the defendant guilty
and fined 111 mi us stilted above.
Kenlohn, n strong and muscular Ha
waiian, was up for nssnultlng Nnlul,
an aged man. Nalwl Is well known to
tbe nldtfmei'H, having been mi olllcer In
King Kalal.aua's nrmy. Owing to the
nlwrnco of his witnesses In court, Ke
nlnha asked for n continuance until to
morrow morning. The' court grunted
Manual D. Cnltn, who ran his bicycle
Into a Chinese unintentionally, had bis
enso nnl-prossed. The Chinese refused
to prosecute the defendant. In Fo, a
Chinaman, who wns arrested for sell
ing liquor without a license, had his
rase postponed until tomorrow morn
ing. Ho wanted to employ counsel.
I iHblolin, it Jaimuesp, who violated the
health regulations by fishing In the
harbor, was In court. His ensowent
over until August 8.
Abe Knlnna, who used profane lan
guage In a public place, was up for
trial, but bo was discharged, Allna
Kim (w) and C. 0. Severcnol were
charged with selling liquor without li
censes nnd will be tried on August X
NO DIVORCE, NO PAY,
NO GOOD, SAYS JUDGE
No divorce, no pay was tho slogan
sent forth by Frank Oouvoa somc
tlmo ngo when when T. miner Harri
son asked for a Battlement In con
nection with legal work done.
Harrison was first ictnlned In con
nection with a cuso brought by Oou
veu against his wife for divorce. ThU
cost him twenty-flvo plunks. Thou
his wlfo got busy and sued him for
dlvorcn and ho again engaged Harri
son this tlmo lo defend him. Item,
mother twenty-flvo of Iho best, Thon
matters wcro patched up between the
litigants and (louvoa said that his
agreement with Harrison wns I fiat If
ho did not get tils divorce ho should
not have lo pay anything,
, Judgment was given against (lou
voa In n lower court ami this morn
ing Judga W. J. Hoblnsou took about
tluoo minutes to decldo onco ngaln
against dim. Tho total amount of the
Judgment given wns SfiO 05,
Tho London underground railways,
cairlcd 1 ,3.10,000 passengers on June
22, coronation day, mid Juno 23, tho
day of tho "royal progress."
OLAA NEWS IS
Market Generally Quiet and
'Firm With No Big Orders
With sugar nf 4.52 nnd a fraction.
according to tbe quotations yesterday
Afternoon from New York, nnd crops
promising well, the slock market show- t
cd more signs of lire today than for
siime tlmo past, but still the Investors
are wary of sending In largo orders.
The news of Ohm's big crop nnd tho
probability of this plantation getting
firmly on Its feet oon stimulated Ohm
stock considerably, nnd more tbnn'200
share's, mostly In small blocks, changed
hands between boards nnd on the
boiird nt 5. Hawaiian Commercial 'wni
nnotb'er heavy seller, several lots be
ing bought In nt 38.25,
Honokna made Its nppearance after
some tlmo during which no sales were
recorded, coming back nt 10, a slump
from the last reported sale, Homikna
has been having extremely hard luck
with rnlns, and tho sucrose content of
the enne has been low,, so tbnt the
crop will not come up to what was
hoped fnr It.
Mwn Is llrm nt '31.623. Fifty shares
of O. It. & I., went nt 140.
Supervisor Kbon Txiw has been
forced to go Into hiding, A hundred
or more people nre out with the avow
ed intention of' "getting his goat"
The goat in this particular Instance
Is the wild and untutored specie of
llllllu and Nanny which Inhabit tho
hilly and barren fastness of the Iso
lated llttlu Island of Kuhooluwc.
Somehow or other, the rumor bus
went forth that the cowboy legislator
was In noed of asslstanceln ridding
bis Island preservo of a big flock of
For the past threo days tiw has
been beseiged by scores of iimbitlous
nlinrods, who nre willing to attest to
their prowess with the shooting Iron
lu instituting or participating In a
general campaign against the bound
Hut I-ow will'havo none of It.
"These people have become tho bane
of my life. They nro rnr worse than
the Irato taxpayer who haunts mo
day mid night in the Interest of a
speedy deliverance from mlro cov
ered streets and roads," exclaimed tho
supcrvisoral wellder of a municipal
pruning knife who hud sought refuge
this morning In what he believed tho
most obscuro retrent In town, amid
tho pines nnd spruce, nnd the busi
ness ubode of his colleague, Sam
Dwlght, of tho roud committee
The Inst movo and ono to cause tho
supervisor to inuko u nolso llko u to
tal eclipse, followed tho declaration
coming from Alexander Humo Ford,
who wirelessed iir from Maul that
ho hud Just formed n'"Oet Your float
Club," and that ho has already en
tered Into negotiations for a special
steamer to carry n hundred or more
nmnlour hunters to Kuhoolawe.
"I am tired of being bounded by
peoplo who wunt to hunt on my pre
serves," insisted Low this morning.
"I have four good men on tbe Island
and they have been commissioned to
kill off tho twelve hundred or moro
goats now running wild there. I save
the hides, as they possess commercial
value. Tho bodies are saved, in that
portions of the meat Is "Jerked" and
Is used as' food and sold oxclushely
at Luhitlun, Kehel and other Maul
"I have some sheep on the Island
and much euro Is necessary that theso
uro not killed off In the battle waged
against the. goats. An Invasion of
strangers would result In a general
killing of sheep as well us goats, and
for that reason alone I want the lo
cal nlinrods to stay away from Ka
hoolawo while I hao uiiytblng to do
Thu last seen of Ixiw ho had round
ed a corner of a friendly lumber ptlu
mid burely escaped being overhauled
by a voting constituent who wanted a
Job with tho road depaitmeiit, .
TACO.MA, WnMi, July 15. At a
meeting of tho Pacllle Coast Lumber
Manui'icturtrs' Association yesterday
it plan for the consolidation of ull- thu
lumber maiiiifucturerH' associations of
the I'aclllo Cmist wiih ratified. Thu
new organization will bofornied from
thu Paclllu Coast Lumber Manufac
turers' Association, the Southwestern
Washington Lumber Manufacturers
Aisnelutloii nnd thu Oregon & Wash
ington Lumber Manufacturers' Associ
ation and will bo called' tho West Coast
Lumber Manufacturers' Association.
Tho presidents of tho threu assocla;
tloiis hnvo power to work out tho de
tails of the union..
As a preliminary step In thu uniting
of these ussoclntlons thu cxecutlvu
ciiuunlttecH of tho I'aclllo Coast and
tho Oregon mid Washington associa
tions Hit, morning reported that the
Inspection bureaus hud been joined.
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