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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, AUG. 5, 1911.
HILO ROAD COMMISSION MAKES
f'EXTEWE'RAilS FOR FUTURE
(StorJiil till lint In Corrfiionclcncd 1
HILO, Aug. 4. Work mi the toils!
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and, follow out tuwnnls mul
llninnkun, according to tho i
l.eforo the new macadam Ik laid. A
cordial understanding exists bo.twecn
tliii various members of the Hoard nud j
ino commissioners, which hlioulil
mean (hat tlio two bodies will work
together ami without frfctlon.
Repair Expense Minimum.
0,110 of tho moat luiortnnt matter
Ink'cii up was tlio decision of tho
lioaiil to arrange. In the making of
lis contract, for u large extra amount
of .top dicsslug, which Ik to lie placer
along tliu roads at various Intervals,
forjjiso In keeping tlio new surface In
thapo According to figures wlilcli
have Ijecn obtained from tlio moat
rellnblo of sources, a well built inn
railain load way should lie kept In
slupo hy tlio use of an awiage of
100 cubic jards of tOi dressing each
year. If this top dressing Is always
on hand within u short dlBtni.ee, II
will mean that tho exponso of keeping
tliQ'ronds in condition will tig reduc
ed to a minimum and tho original
cost of the mnterlal, when obtained
..Vfp.irt of a largo rnntrnnt, should
Oho Interesting matter has been
broitylit. up which the public should
look Into and express opinions iipotl.
Thli Is in iegardto n relocation of
tl.e ,road between' this cltf and OI.il.
Ill tho woods nt nbout flvo and a half
miles from llllo, thcro Is a ery low
cpol which Is often Hooded after a
luivero rain and in addition to this
tho road mentioned Is very crooked
nml badly graded, tho constant lilllai
giving tho rain a flno opiiortunlty to
gully the surfneo badly, and making
tho'l road a most expcuslvo one to
keep tip. Two plans of iclocatlon
huo been suggested.
May Relocate Olaa Road.
The first of theBO Is to strike off
tho main road about four miles from
11116 nud then to follow a ridger
through the cane fields, avoiding the
hollow In the Olaa woods In this man
nee and coining back to tho road n
llttlo on tho Hllo side of the I'unii
boundary. In addition to this there
would bo considerable work done In
(lie lload Coirimlsslon, l.nt 'wIM hot '" " "" "" " , ' r' , ' ,
go ahead of Iho Illlo IKillron.1 Jnrfl ,tn'1 ,!,t "I,, W"!;!UJ ,1"I,ISB?'
.nn1i H6avy work, allowing Mai ctin-KT"5 ' ""', V, 'V'", ',' " ''!,k
,n rn,ll. It. l,.. I...ll.. "'l t-' ntllnlolllllR tllP Hill) ltllll-
ntiolghtening out thn many turns audi newspaper, with all Its tqiilpmont, wits
In bringing tho roada to a 1eccntjold nt Cincinnati torrnnclH T llnnicr,
grade. ,v " ' n Baltimore attorney, for $120,000.
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SCHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY, Ltd.
llm mcnud iil.ui, which seems a
cry good utia. would mean nricll-
1 jll llm JA.iy through
to Ulna Mill. Tliu
Old cmniiniiy'ii hacks slt.ilglit
through to within a mile mid a hair
tit Ohm tllli Thorn would ho i.ev
cttil estil;llly gojil loituics almiit
this plan, the Hist belli? In the rut
that a grail of three per cent, Willi
voiy little in the line of cuts or Mis,
would be obtained. Tho secon I, and
equally Impoil.tnl, louslikritlon
winiltl be that tho foundation would
be lava nil tho way, muteilal for con
sttuctloii being cheap and tin; drain
age perfect nt a cry small expense.
This matter has not jet beui tal.cn
up by tho roniiulsclon
Horner Sect No Friction.
In speaking of the plans for road
work, Ch.ilimin Albert Homer said:
"Wo expect In Mart from Walunku
and to follow through fo llnmnkui,
doing the stretch betwicn Wiilnakii
and Piipnlknu first, of coinse Wn
will follow tho railroad compan'i
hc.i hauling and In the meantime
J. I) I.owls, of the Hoard of Super
lsorsf nud nlso of the Commission
has stated that he try to have tho
county iId what It ran In l if lug thn
I nttlciil.n ly had spots In shnpo by
temporary work' In fact tills Inn
I eeh stalled and l.oiuo excellent work
has been done already" ni Honohlna
mid on the llohl.oki road, which
weio parlh ularly bad.
"I wish to s-iv one thing In pirll
cular, tint the feeling that u spirit
rf antagonism exists between the
Commission and tho county govern-
mfiit. and that thcro Is liable to bo
friction, Is absolutely mistaken. Thoro
Is no iiersonul feeling whatever. In
regard to tlio work wo havo In bind
nnd I hao talked with n majority
pof tho members of the Hoard of Sup
ervisors nnd they want to work with
us for the benelU of tho people. Just
as we want to work with them."
To rnbio tho 1173,907,8:5 required to
run the city or New vori uusyenr,
cer' J 100 of tnxnl.lo property 111 tho
uoroitjli of Mnnliattim will be taxed
$1,7:21. Last yenr ibe rate was J 1.7 073.
The Coniincrclil Tribune, n morning
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Lpwerful, Silent, Easy-Riding
THE remarkable success of the E - M - F "30" is the subject of more favorable
comment from automobile buyers, both here and on the mainland, than any
car on the market. The E - M -F compares favorably with cars ranging in
price from $2,000 to $2,200. . '
Price in Honolulu, fully equipped, $1,350.
Equipment includes Mohair Top, Wind Shield, Speedometer, Magnets, Side, Tail and Head Lights, Tools,
WheelJack, iHorn, Gas Generator, Etc. y i ; . t.
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BRIDGE NEEDS REPAIRING
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PHYSICIANS TO WAR
ON CHINA'S PLAGUE
Harvard Men Plan Modern
School of Hyrjicne With
Help of Capitalists.
IIOKTON. JktnHS . July 1C A group of
1 larval it University ihHlclnnu will
take the InltlitU" In oKtalillfhlnp; the
llrxt gient M-liiM.I that will attempt to
lutiodiue ni'i.lerii liygUule lihns Into
China Dr. William llimx IMwulds U
tho leidir In the uiliriirlxo and Pres
ident Kfiiiiltiis l:ilot Is lntirustid
AS'ealtby Anieiii.ins lnvu slilwcVll.pil
2r,,eOO tnwi.nl tha pi eject The phy
sicians who will go lue been select
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1 The 1912 Model,
body, will also be
TO MAKE IT SAFE FOR TRAVEL
BAD SPILLS IF ONE TRAVELS
ed The lornllnn the Fci.e nnd tho
ilntu of IxKiiititiit, bn great work hau
len di cldid upon
Prffldd.t Tuft who Ins studied the
letnllH nf tin plan iiirefully. Is rnthu
slnxtlc nnd fiiree In It n new Inter
national band It will In: u r opening
of tho 1eor ill China, be thinks, and
will give the natUcs u better undcr
rtandlng nf the helpful Intentions of
Anierlrans and fnitlgncrs In'gniernl
On the coining Chinese New Year's
Day next IMirunry the school will bo
opened form ill It will murk the en
trance of stern hygienic Ideas Into
the Klowiry KlnK'liinu and will, so the
spniiMirs nf the ibin sny, lie the begin
ning of the nut of the dread bubonic
pi igue, I'll C'lir.HKti (liberciitosls, cholera
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besides coming-in the standard type of
made in Fore-Door type, $100 'Extra.
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A fully eiilpi.ed laboratory will be
establish! d,-hlch will hae for Its
object iho study of these terrible dls
i.ihi'h, which kill thoiiKiiuds of Chlncie
eiry year nnd Imperil Iluropo nnl
'We are going to take tho InltlntKe
In endeavoring to wlpu from the world
the terrors of tho bubonic plague, the
cholera nnd leprosy," said Dr. Ildwurdi.
"We shall establish a great mtfillcal
school, which will aim to teach the Clil-
liiese thu lU-cesslty of adopting Western
'systems of medicine nnd byglenn In
order to combat tho horrors of these
Lightning struck u picnic party near
Chc-rryvllle, N-C.,,' killing Miss May
Coster nnd injuring several others.
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CANAL DUG FASTER
THAN LAWS ARE PROVIDED
WASHINGTON, July 23 One of the
most Important questions confronting
(Internment beads concerns the policy
of operating the I'annum canal. The
great ditch Is being rushed to comple
tion faster than It lias been possible to
rush Congress to a sense of tho nec
essity for providing laws nnd regula
tions relating to the maintenance and
operation well In advance of Its open
ing to commerce'.
It Is now too Into for Congress to
tnke action at the present session, but
If matters do not crystallize next win
ter the delay will be calamitous. Hap
pily, however, there Is a promise of
action nt the regulur session, which
will not be entirely too late.
A year ago President Taft began
prodding leaders In Congress to get
busy with problems that In their jiccu
liar way arc een more Important
than tlio work of construction. On
January 1, 19H, according to the ex
isting law, the President of the United
.igl,l. t if.OMfc.W, llrfwJ,t It 1 1 ..
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LE," SAY THE PEOPLE
at mcTopy prices
n iwii i i 1 1 ii i wnrwinwii r
Bx wndlnc rour onlr to u yau I tlio oil t.nUje of bur
Ins Iwri WlnJowt. blua, Pnmcc lVliiUand llrjwr it
W wnt our Gi4n.VteCaUucuslntli).knJof vcrymB
jrlio Mrlll 1 H 11 inarUct fr our iwoJll infmlif uTlnr.
Thli booV U MM 1 III- h tu any J.Srrsv. rlta tla .
All GooJa a) lrtl with l'caltlva CuaranUr. l'n.-nr.t al.fp.
ROVIG & OO.
.States Is to ask for tho iiHMinbllng
of the Meets of tho world In Hampton
Ko.iiIm Alter certain olllclal eere-J
I u. ouli a have been gone through with
the lleets are to pass tliroiigu tl.e l'a
iiamu canal on their wgy to San'
if any thing happened so that tho
fleets were delaxd In going through,'
Colonel Cnethels iiotnted out to tho
comn.lKi.lon, the Panama canal would
be damned; and to guard against that
contingency he wants time for tuning
up all machinery nnd for perfecting?
the organization. Ho stated when ho
was hero last winter before tho com-!
mission that the shipping Interests of,
the world required eighteen months',
notice at least of what tolls were go-j
Ing to be charged in order that they
might make their contracts. At his
last appearance ho said ho had ascer-j
talned from transportation experts
that the shipping Interests ought to
bo ghun at least two years' notice,
Ira Krastus Davenport; tho fnmour
Bpirltualtat, died in Chautauqua conn
ty, N. Y.
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