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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
HOW TO EXTERMINATE MOSQUITOES
J. nockB, chief of Iho mosquito In
spectors, has nt to Iho Hill let In
'tho following artlclo on tho mosquito,
which gives n clear Idea of methods
to cxlcrmlnnlo Iho pcBt:
Tho eggs nro laid In clusters on
the surfaco of tho wntor resembling
n little boat. Tho eggs, nro stuck to
gether In a vertical position. Tho
femato lays from 200 to -100 eggs. Tho
pggB aro greasy anil shed tho water,
tho eggs hatch according to the tern-pc-ruturo
of tho water from under
twclvo to sixteen hours, they are
usually laid In tho early morning.
The young larvao (wlgglcrs) hatch
nn llin lltlttnrsldn nf Iho net mnsa nml
aro very active. Tho larvao remain
as larvao growing dally for seven or
eight days, when they turn Into
pupae. Tho adult hatches In two
FIVE ADDED TO
(Continued from lge 1)
this Important position. His return
Is regarded as a great addition not
only to tho strength of this depart
ment, but also to tho 'wholo teaching
forco. Mr. HowlnnJ wns at Puna
liou before for about twclvo yearn
nnd at ono time during Mr. tlrlfllths'
nbttctiro was acting president of tho
Institution. Mr. (Irlmths and the
trustees nro 'especially pleased to
get him hack on tho forro.
Mrs. Mary Bcttis who was also for
merly connected with the Institution
as matron and who was well and fav
orably known in tho city will return
to n position In tho Boarding Depart
ment, but not to the position of ma
tron. Her return will add strength
to this already cfllclently administer
Miss Lulu II. Rmlth of Blato Col
lege, Pennsylvania, n graduate of Sj
rucuso University and n toachcr for
a number of years In the Stato Col
lege High School, and Miss Mary II
Cooper, Bister of V. J. Cooper, a gia
duato of West Virginia University and
a teacher of long experience will till
tho positions In English.
MIbs Zclla M. nrcckcnrldgo a teach
er In the schools of Pittsburgh, Penn
sylvania will havo thnrgo of Iho Sev
enth Oracle, and Miss Kiln D. Cran
dall of Wolfvllle, Nova Scotia whose
experience cxtenda from Nova Sco
tia to South Africa, and Miss Helen
Watklns, 'a graduate 'of tho Ban Joso
Stato Normal, will bo tho new grtvlo
tho Crano Institute, New York City,'
who has for several years been at Iho!
ncnei oi mo ucpnriioi'ni eii fiumiu
school music In tho University of
Ohio will havo chargo of tho leach
ing of singing throughout tho school.
Miss Edith It. CollulR who has
charmed local audiences by her sing
ing nnd who is n daughter of Pro
fessor Collats lof tho Knmehamchn
School will havo charge pf tho De
partment of Vocal Music and will al
so tench Iho younger pupils In pi
ano for which sho Is CRpcclnlly qual
ified. Mr. Wilbur J. MncNoll who has for
a number of ycarB been Iho head of
tho Bclcnco Department nnd who has
this year bcon on u lcavo of ahscnoo
for purposes of study, will return to
His position next yeir. Mr. Clarence
E. Barter who haB successfully filled
this position this enr will also be
retained and will touch in Iho depart
ments of Mathematics nml Sclenco
With the return of so many former
memhors of thn forro and with tho
comparatively fow changes In the
teachers of both j. chords tho faculty
for next year gives promlso of being
tho strongest that Puliation has over
' At the meeting of tho Cilc Feder
ation, held yesterday In the rooms of
tho Public Bcrvtco Association on
Kng street, thero was brought up
for discussion and thoro settled an
Important point in the future dolncs
of tho organization.
t In tho future, when the organiza
tion Is to move on any Important mat
ter affecting tho betterment of the
city or Its people, tho oxccutlvo com
mittee will shape up tho plan for
action and this will be presented to
tho body as a whnlo on which a nto
will be taken bofoie any movo Is
made In the matter. This form of
procedure Is thought will meet with
the views nf all concerned and at tho
same time allow nil Intorostod a
voice In thn work that Is in hand.
Among those who took an nctlvo
part In tho meeting wero Senator C.
II. Dickey, Uirrln Andrews, C, W.
Ashford, C. AndrewB, 'Frank Cooke,
Ed Towsc, J. S. Emerson, C, K. At,
John M. Martin Porloy L. Horno, II.
Thompson, J, M. MoChosney, J. A.
Palmer, E. McKcnzle, J. C. Qulnn, J.
A. Heaver, nnd llov. Chas. D. M, Wil
liams. Fudo Yntagal applied for n divot co
this morning on the grounds of ex
treme cuielty fiom Toinlchlro Yntn
dnys from the pupae making the
length of time from eggs (o adult
about ten days.
Btcgomya Colopus Is tho yellow fe
ver mosquito, and tho Stcgomya
Scutcllnnr, Is r. day mosquito, their
llfo history Is the same an nbovo.
MoMiullocs breed only In stagnant
water. The hoard of Health requests
tho co-oporallon of ovcrylMHly to help
to exterminate tho mosquito. Prop
erty owners and householders should
empty all water containers and keep
their liousa gutters cleaned out to
prevent stngnant water forming.
1'ioporty owners should do the
ditching ami draining on their prop
erty cheerfully without being forced
to do It and If everybody does a llt
tlo In this lino Honolulu should soon
rid ItBcIf of tho mosquito
A largo dormitory Is now planned
and application made for u permit for
such n building on the campus of St.
The work of construction Is about
under way for a. building which will
bouse n number of students and tnko
rare of the steadily-Increasing attend
ance. A permit was Issued by Hulldlng nnd
numbing Inspector Mlchlstciu the lift
(if tho week It Is thn Intention to
erect a structuro costing in tho neigh
lurhond of 111.000.
That thero has neen unusual ncthlly
In Jiullellng lines during the month Is
well horno out by the large list of ap
plications coining Into thn plllco of thn
building und plumbing Inspector each
While a number nf permits already
grunted call for rather ipiinll outlays,
some tine residences nro planned, to
complete which will cost well up In the
thousands of dollars. '
Among the permits recently Issued
urn the following:
If Culmnn Corner llrlgbnin nnd
Alexander streets; dwelling; 16500.
Mrs. Mnry Ynncell Ileretnnla street
and Kap.iliiilu root; residence; $1250.
I,. II. Underwood Kulmiikl, cast of
Hill avenue; residence; 13500. July
HI, Louis College (liver street; dor
mlle.rys 110.870. July 24.
t. Ah Chcp Achl lane; tenement;
$1000. July 14.
I.. Ah Cliep Achl lane; tenement;
1750. July 14. '
T J. Fltrpntrlck I.unalllo street;
dwelling; tjioo. July 17.
II. Ferdinand College Hills; dwell
ing; i.790. July 24.
W. Wolters Kuplolunl and Spencer
streets; dwelling; 14:65. July 10.
WHAT CURES ECZEMA?
Wo havo had so many Inquiries
lately regarding Eczema nnd other
skin diseases, that we aro glad to
mnko our answer public. After caro.
fill Investigation we have found that
a slmplo wash of Oil of Winlergreen,
an compounded in D. D. I)., can be
relied upon. Wo would not mako this
statement In our patrons, friends and
nelghbora unless wo wero sum of It
nnd although thero aro ninny .so
called Eczema remedies sold, we our
selves unhesitatingly recommend D.
D. D. Prescription.
Because Wo know that It gives In
stant roller to that torturing Itch.
Because D. D. D. starts tho euro
at tho foundation of tho double.
Because It cleanses, soothes and
heals tho skin, clearing away pimples
and blotches over night.
Becauso It enables Nature to re
pair tho ravages of disease.
Bocause The records of (en years
of completo cures of thousands of the
moat serious cases show that D. I)
p. Is today recognized us tho absolute
ly rellublo Eczema Cure.
Drop Into our storo today, Just to
tnlk over Iho merits of this wonder
ful Prescription. Wo will also ox-
plain tho vnluo of D. I). D. as n houso-
Benson, Smith & Co.
BUYS LANd'aND THEN
MORTGAGES IT AGAIN
Tho Catholic chuirli nt Uliimaiti,
Maul, has sold 143 acrcn of Intul to
Manuel Ciibrnl of tho snmc pliro for
n consideration of J3000. This is tho
erroct of a document which has been
icglsteicd nt Iho bureau of convey,
Following tills thoro Is another con
oyancp, turnover, which puts a fly
In tho ointment, for It Is n mortgage
on tho snmo land nnd for tho samo
amount; given by tho Catholic church
to Iho wild Muiuiol Cahrnl.
The filing of tho two documents
really means that Cabral was willing
to buy tho land If tho chinch would
odvmiro him tho money nftorwards
but Hint ho wanted It In Ills own
Mall Arrived at San Francisco.
Mall forwarded to the mnlulnnil by
tho T K. K. Chljo Mam which left
hero on July 21st, arrived at Ban
1-ranclsco ut fi o'clock last night ae
cording to cable which has been re
reived nt thn local brniieh of the
Exposure of Conditions on the
Sheridan Riles Up the
Local tinny mid navy olllciats ore
well uwiirc of tho Investigations being
conducted Into alleged graft conditions
on tho l'aclllc transports, according to
gossip In military circles heic.
The Klicrldan Is tho trnnsport said
to lo under tho keenest scrutiny now.
Tho Iniulry Is being carl led on se-(
crclly by both Han Francisco and Ho
It Is charged that much money has
been tquaudcrcd In the purchase and
maintenance, of transports. Ucp.ilrs
havo been done at extravagant prices,
and whisky mid women havo been al
lowed on board, which Is strictly
iignlnst United States orders.
In San lYuiiclsco, It can bo stated on
good authority, young men of line par
entage and otherwise boast ifpenly
amongst their friends of the corrupt
conditions they havo witnessed on
truiiMMirlN plying between S.m Fran
cisco nnd the ocean lslnnds, nnd ask
them wly they do not get In on the
graft It they bavo "pull" enough to get
a minor position on hoard, fur one trip.
So well nro these conditions known by
the young men of Han Frnnclsro tb.it
many of them, It Is said, have applica
tions' In continually, calling for uuy
kind of Job that will afford them thn
opportunity of sailing on tho trims-
porlM with military folk bound tor Ho
nolulu, Manila and Guam, with the Idea
of taking booze, cards nnd dlco on
board to "rope In" and flccio the guile
less army men.
One Hnn Francisco fellow tells of n
friend of his, tho son of a prominent
merchant, who secured u position as
dlsh-vvlper on a trnnsport, returning to,
Hnn lYanclsco, after making thn round
trip, with bis vnllso crammed full of
money. When usked how ho managed
cotnn buck with so much money,
oftei leaving without a cent, be laugh
ed mid replied that the "game" wan
good on transports nnd then went on
to. explain how ho worked it. "It was
so easy," he continued, "that I really
felt ashamed to take tho money, as
those army people, sure do fall for this
gambling stuff and boorc."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Takulchl Muraokn was granted a
divorce this morning from Shiva Mil
raoku by Judgo W. J. noblnson.
Charles A. Stanton, of tho Ka I in tiki
Lund Company, has tnkou up with
otliclnts or tho llnpld Transit Com
pany plnns for a gravity railroad for
liana Mlvat.i was given a final do
creo this morning by Judgo W. .1.
Itoblnson In connection with tho di
vorce proceedings brought against
General Hubbard Sailing from Everett
Lumber tnken on board nt Everett,
Wnsti., is being bronchi tho Islands
In tho steamer (lencrnl Hubbard
which Is jiow enrouto and will havo
material Including piles for tho now
dry docks nt Pearl Harbor.
A bill of complaint was tiled this
morning by W. II. Cornvvcll nnd Irene
B. Cornvvcll, bis wife, Blancho C
Walker nnd J. S. Walker, her Iiiih
baud again it Josephine U Mitchell
unci H. B. Mitchell, her husband, a
part II Inn or boiuo blocks at Kaimuki
Tho Honolulu Block Exchnngo held
a meeting yesterday afternoon nnd
passed u resolution to add another
number to Its membership, bringing
tho total up to thirteen. Tho new
member will bo the Ouardlaii Trust
Company, represented by W, O.
Smith. The neat was sold for $10,
000, and was ono of tho treusury
sea la held by tho exchange.
In order to enrry mall and express
nnttor to arrive . In tho Oceanic
steamship Sierra tomorrow morning,
tho Inter-Island steamer W. O. Hall
will be held over tor ono day and
dispatched for Kauai ports nt five
o'clock tomorrow evening. Tho ves
sel will tnko a number of cabin and
uteck passengers ns well as n full
shipment or general cargo and plan
Customs .Mourn (iiillugher's Death.
Word that William .1. Gallagher, u
well liked official connected with the
customs house, hud passed nway last
evening btought sorrow to ntoro thnn
ono ot tho associates of tho deceased.
After n long illness, during which
tlmo Collector Staekablo detailed lu
Rpcctnr Ilnriy to attend Gallagher, his
trnublo beratno so ncuto as to defy
Tho dead man was n famlllnr fig
ure along the local waterfront. For
many years ho has been Identified
with tho customs service and was
rated as an otllrlcnt olllcer. Tho fu
nornl took placo this afternoon from
tho Itomnn cathedral with Jntcimcnt
at Nituanii cemetery.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Thursday, July 27.
SAN FUANCISCO Arrlvod, July 27
Kun. m, 8. 8. Chlyo Mitru, henco
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived, July 27
Schr. Mm lei, from llcmolpu, July 3.
Harbor Commission Hears
CJiargcs and Counter
Charges at Meeting.
Tho public meeting called by tho
newly formed harbor commission jch
t'ciday was unanimous In Its opinion
that tho wharf' facilities of Honolulu
aro In a very bad slate and that this
to n great extent was lo bo laid nt
tho door of tho department of public
works. On th'o other hand it ws.s
pointed out by Superintendent Mais
ton Cnmpholl that (hero had mil) been
180,000 available) during tho Inst nix
yenrs with which to do anything on
Tho meeting wns a long ono and
during its course u lot of charges of
responsibility weio made. 'Iho dray
Ing men denied that they aro the ones
who cause the congestion and lay
tho blame to the lack of facilities for
handling tho cargo on Iho wharves
and also to the methods In voguo for
sorting Iho freight as It Is discharg
ed. Tho representatives or tho ship
ping companies snicl that they did
their best but Hint It wns Impossible
to do things right owing to Iho rotten
stato of iho wharves. The consignees
threw up their hands In am irement
ut tho Idea (hat it was they who caus
ed tho troublo. According to llient
most of their (.toff was taken off tho
wharves within a fow minutes after
At tho e.inie tlmo It rcemed falrlv
evident that romo of the c inslgucce
nro partly to blame and this was more
thnn emphasized by tho facts given
by Fred L. Waldron. Soino of the
cargo ho Bald Is sold J.cforn It at-
Ives hero and a great amount more
Is sold while It Is on the wharves.
This enables tho consigners to s.tvo
a considerable amount through the
year In warehouro charger, alone. Un
doubtedly something will line to be
clone lo meet the glowing demands of
tho (Kirt and tho i hipping mid other
peoples Interested aro vcrv much allvo
to tho fact.
President Kenned) of tho Intcr
Islnnd Company made no hones about
tho matter of b'Jd wharves Tho Kl-I
nau wharf, ho said, Is in biicIi a rot
ten stnto that they never know rrom
ono day to another what Is going to
happen. "Wo had a woman tall
through a hole- tbeie and lue.ik her
leg," ho said, ''and she. brought suit
against us for $15.0'"). Wo comprom
Iscd tho matter by giving her $1,500.
It seems very bind n us that wo
hnvo to lie lespntislblo for wlnrvcs
that nro tho property of tho govern
ment. Thoio Is tho Manna lnt wharf
that wns built for us It was never
finished mid the superintendent of
public vvoiks has been promising mo
to hnvo it attended to for Ihu last
thrco j cits mid Is still piomlslng."
i:. M, Watson, attorney and Demo
cratic lender, has becmna n member of
tho legul linn or Thompson, Wilder &
Lymer, with which Judgo Dmcr has
lately become tibsocl.itcd, and the linn
naino now ithds, '"Ibompsoii, Wilder,
Watson & Ljn.cr"
Mr. Watson will retain his olllce at
Its present location until August 1,
when he will feminity bicomo u mem
ber of the llrm. 'Ihu change vvus only
The llrm has undergone) several
changes hi the last few months. 'It
was Thompson, Cleincina & Wilder
until Clemens was appointed Federal
Judge. Shortly aftir this -Judge Ly
mer left thn bench hi the District Court
to Join tho llrm demons bad Just left,
and tho firm then became "Tliompfcou,
Wilder & Lymer."
Attorney Watson Is well known
throughout the Territory. He lias been
a resident of Honolulu some) ten years
unci is popular In hi profession anil.
out of It as w II With the addition
or Watson, the l.nn now numbers two
Republicans unci two Demncrnts,
Thompson and Lymrr both being loyal
to tho a. O. P, vvhlln Wntbon und Wil
der shout for the party of Thomas Jef
ferson and William Jennings Ilryan.
Temporalities (la in, 7fi; 8 a. m ,
7fi; 10 n, m., 70; ntsiii, 7R; morning
flnrlitnolcr. ft a. in , 29.96; nhioluto
liiiinldl.ty, S a. in, 1.917 grains per
cubic' root; relative humidity, 8 a. m
82 por cent, dew point, X a. in , 70,
Wind. fi a, m., velocity 3, direc
tion K; 8 a m . velocity 3, direction
W; It) a. in, velocity 4 direction W;
niii, velocity fi, direction 8V.
ltnlnfall dining 21 hours ended 8
a ,m , none
The rcderal gland Jury resumed
session again this inclining nnd fin
ished with some moie of tho wit
nesses. At lunch tlmo It adjourned
until nine o'clock tomonow moiulug.
" Benjamin Clothes' '
Dismissing the; protest nf tho K'elo
I'lilversll) baseball tenui em the Kelo
I'liliiese Mime that broke) up In the
eighth Inning In u near-rlot, but com
mending the Jnpalieso team nnd tho
Jiepniicoe committee for withdrawing
freiip the, Held, the special committee
named lo arbitrate the liaseball scrap
made Its report today. Tho commit -teo
ih composed ctf Alfred ! Castle, H
Townsend and R II. Kteero.
'I he decision brings out u point on
which so far there has been no empha
sis placed and no light show n that tho
Japanese team withdrew rrom the
game In order, ns II believed, to avert
n real riot at the game which wouici ( online i.e eel I hour and 5e! minutes be
iindcnibteilly havo resulted In bloodshed' ten the sun set, Instead of S hours, us
In death. The game Is'rcsiiilrcd
to the Chinese by thu
ollleliil score of II In fl '
This glws a new turn to the affair
Ko hot has baseball feeling raged In
Honolulu and so bitter has been thn
controversy over this decision that the
Hull el In publishes the report in
The report Is as follows:
Thomas Triadwiiy, i. l'lomoter,
h'eio-C'hlneM) Ke I les, Honolulu.
"Sir: The arbitration committee, to
wbli h the Kelei protest on the list
('hlneso game was referred, reports as
"The Kelos protested ngalust til"
gaino on two grounds; .(t) That u
Chinese llelder dr'ippcd a fly ball, but
the umpire declared tho batter was
out; (2) that under Spalding Ituln 21
the guini) could not be rorrrlte.l ir lt;N,,ilir enplaln protested to the. um-
couiiiieniesl lets Minn two bonis be
Tore sunset This protest was sinned
by i: Kniikl, captain, und V. Kakitrul,
manager or tho Kelos,
"The arbitration cninmlltn) was can
cel solely ror consider Ing tho formal
protest on life', unci It must he under-
stood that tlio decision rendered herein
Is only on the two peilnts brought for-
vviirel In Iho ptotest Itseir.
protest on llle, unci It must be lilider-
"The Chinese claim tho protest' was way.
merely directed to Mr. Triifidwny as I ..(:)) At ,1(1 ,eirng b.fore the ar
promoter, an.l never served mit lliiii.',iirntlri committee, Mr Aim state-d
apd thcrUuri, should not, by consldeieel ,ilnl lwrf W(IM t,irt Klml, f,r pro
at nil As Mr Trciulvvnyelhl, In futt, .Ml ,lt m.c,rpoiaecl In llio formal
give the Clilnesei ji copy or the protest,
the ceiininllleo elecldus ug.ilm,t
nesei on this point.
"(1) On tin) llrst ground consider-
able) evlclciuo vvus adduced, pro and
con, as to whetlic r the ball was. In fact,
ciiiiRbt llule fifl reads as follows:
' 'NO AI'PIIAL I'ltOM DI'.CIHIONH
IIASllD ON I'MI'IUirs JUDOMKNT
" 'Hide IM Theie shall bo no appeal
limn uny dei Islim or either umpire on
the ground that he was not correct In
his conclusions us to whether a Putted
ball was tnlr or lonl, a base-runner
saTe or mil, a 'pile lied ball a strike or
a ball, or on any other pln involving
Clothes that Satisfy
THIS is the only kind we
handle. Whenever a suit bear
ing the "BKNJAMIN" label leaves'
our store you can absolutely de
pend upon its reliability. "HIiN
JAMIN" Clothes are sold with the
utmost confidence. The service
they afford cannot be etjualed.
Every Suit is cut and tailored on
the madc-to-order plan, and before
a suit leaves this store' it must fit
perfectly. - .
accuracy of Judgment, and no decision
rendeiesl l,y hlni shall Ih? reve-rse,l, ex
cept thai he bo convinced that It Is
In chelation of one of thesu rules. Thn
captain shall alone hnvo the right to
protest ngalust n decision mid seek Its
reversal on u clnlui that It lj In eon
lllet with n scolloii of these rules. In
case thee captain does hcs.I a reversal
or a decision h.icd redely on point
or rules, Iho umpire making the deci
sion shall, ir he Is In doubt, iesl his
associate for Information before acting
on the captain's appeal, If inter no cir
cumstances shall either utnplro crltl
clre or Intirfero with u decision unless
nskeel to do so h) his associate'
"Whether or not the lull was, In fart,
caught, tin leTore, bee onies Immaterial;
be cause, ir there was error, It was
merely an error or Judgment on the
part or tho umpire, wdilcb can not Ira
tho ciilijec't of appeal.
"(2) (In Itiu second ground evidence
was iieldiicccl showing that the, gnmei
llule 22 reads;
"A ICKOIILATION OAMH
"'llule 22. livery championship gnmn
liuit be commenced not later than two
hours before sunset and shall continue)
until each team lias bail nine Innings,
"tin: I, H Iho side llrst nt bat
scores less runs In nine Innings than
the other side has scored In eight In
nings. "His-. 2. It Ihu side last at bnt III
Hie ninth inning scores the winning
run before' the third man Is out.
"'iSec It. ir the game Imj called by
the umpire on account or darkness,
rain, tire, pinlr, or ror other cause,
whli li puts patrons or playeis In peril.'
"The evidence Is undisputed that both
tennis started the g.unn voluntarily
plro betoru the game, lend therefoielho
game was not plajed under protest,
Had the Kolo-e wlshecl to take iidvuii
tago of tills fuel, they should have done
set before the game was actually under
vvii They can not now complain.
',m rnmmlttrn would bee striking n
,,, at Iho good of sport In this Ter-
rllory, unci ut thn good or hnsobnll in
particular, Ir It should rulu any other
proteiet, v..: that tho Kelos desired lo
tlioChl-;rtnue tho game In tho elghtli,.ln
lilng, but did not elo so, In order to
avert trouble) among the runs Mr, Aim
stated that bo slimrclv hcllcveel mm.
bin would have arisen nnd In this be
,1s suppoitecl h the evidence of certain
oilier Japanese The Tans were In a
wild state or excitement, nnd state-
uients wile made to the Kclcj com-
inltlee, In the Japanese InngtutKc, that
If the iguiw coiiIIiiidmI bloodshed would
result The arbitration committer lie
Ileus,, from the evidence, that trouble
might have arisen, ami Hint tliercfniK
both tho Jnp.iucso committee and the
Kelo bnsehall team ale heartily to oo
commended In their action III with
draw log the team und in averting n
possible riot As a ground ot protest,
however, tlio arbitration committee,
gives no decision on this point, as tho
sanie wns not liefore the commlltee.
"Ah the two grounds set rorth In Iho
formal protest can not lie sustained,
the protest must be dlsmlsned.
"Dated, Honolulu, July 27, Hill.
"ALI'ltKD i (warn:,
r. ii sti:i:ri:.
hLcS FOR DRYD0CK
WILL ARRJVE SUNDAY
A largo cargo of piles left Colum
bia by steamer last Friday lo be used
In the pinning down of tho elrydock
bottom at I'earl Harbor
The rjirgn should arrive at the elry
dock works nnxt .Sunday or Monday.
In tlio meantime vvhllo awaiting tlio
arrival of the big pedes the construc
tion ganga have been busy driving the
fow hundred on hand Thn pinning
liuno plies Is going to bo a tieiiieiulii
ously hard and tedious task. 'Iho
naval engineers nnd contractors with
this fact before them havo nut
lost any time In staring the work so
that thn construction of tlio elrydock
Itseir ran soon commence.
In about two weeks tho concrete
men will begin pouring concrete on
top or the piles forming tho bottom
or tho elock, tho pile driving gang
working about fin feet ahead
PLANS SEWER TO RUN
FROM KAUHI DISTRICT
President Molt Smith of thn Hoard
or Health reportd on a plan ror ex
tending thn sewerage system through
thn Kullhl district at the meeting of
the board yrsterdiy afternoon
The plan In brier Is to have a sewer
run rioin the Killhl district, which
would serve a largo part or that dis
trict and would take In Kapilima nnd
Iho liilerjoluliig WiilpHopllo, running It
ncr'iss Iroin tliern to Inllel over' the
livllel finel the llrst. n.ifinil districts
ran not bo drained on the gravity iys
lent nnd a pump will have to be built
anc then tho sewage pumped out of
Tho following wireless messsgo
1,,'in te-i-ii -i.oie- 11 mu AWllin 111011
, tho O. H. H. Sierra bound for Hono
I S. 8. Sle-rni, ut Sea, July "fi, lilll,
K p in 517 miles from ort; SI rub-
I in passengers; I stcornge pisseiiKi'is;
I Ufi sacks mall, 1719 tons cargo, iittd
Wells Kargo Kxprcss mailer Will ,
, dock at the font of Tint sttocl nt
tho Oceanic dock. Will be oft porf
early Krlday morning.