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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUG. 5, 1911.
MANY MARINES RECALLED
BE BROUGHT TO HONOLULU
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Tlio September transport smiling
from San Kraneluro will bring a law!
number of marines for Camp Very. '
The Hufoid Is due to nirlvo In Ibis'
porD tomorrow friim.i.Mnnlln runt wlllj
.ilfikii toiHnn Kranelseo 7fi inarlrici. wlm
ylirccelvo uoniiralilo (Uncharge! pa-,
reif at.Af.aro. hflaml.
Mculciiint I'uhhiiir of Camp Very1
will xall In cluiigo of these men,'
should It be imiihIuIo to flinl room U.,'
Iilm on tbe Iluford, which left Mn-,
iilla with :i full passenger list. In
case Pal four cannot secure; ncreiiumn
('.atloim he will follow the men on
the llonolulan leaving hero August
Itith. I.leuteuant 1'uihoiih will pro
ceed to Mare Island whero ho Ih to
take examination)! fur promotion.
lly recent onleiH all of Iho mar-,
lima except two companies of !00 .men
were recalled from San Diego mid
taken to Mnto iHland. I
Theo iinilucs arc to lie) divided be
tween Honolulu and the' Philippines
muMuhMiow many will bo nlloltcil to
Camo Veiy Huh not been deemed up
on. It In exported, however, u huge
number 'will 'bo Kent' by tlio trans
port , leaving' Han 1'rancUco In Sep
,A good number of officero will nc
conlpuiiy Iho men for tlio iiumcroiiH
vacanl poMtlomt still uuniled nl Camp
When tlio marines worn rent from
hcie to tlio border lino during the
recent Mexican (iiitlneak the camp
was left "skclotunbcd," both in the
matter of prhates and ofllrcrs.
Some of tin; companies wcic p'ld
ded out by Iho men that nrrlved not
long ago but the "skeleton" or the
olllcers was not In any way affected.
Ho these officers arriving In Septem
ber nro to bo placed In as many vac
pnt unices as exist.
Iltcliimatjon of the Wulklkl "duclt-llirliig tire stream back to Its old naW
ionil district." flic eyesore that Itn-luriil elinnnel
liruvctwnt clulM mid Individual-! liavol I'nrtlur east, be uoultl take Manoa
been railing nt for yiars, wai taken up mid I'ulolii streams lulu one chimin I,
for the llrtt tllmV.hi meeting, yefderduy emptying on the wes.1 gldo of Kaplolalii
afternoon tlio iaiiltury'coiiinJiH.sloii. (J'ark. A short dialiingo dltcli, lm bo
Tlm commlsHlon, with maps and data llevcs, should bo nl.ieed still further
preimrnd by 1 1 department of' public twer-t. Ho outlined Ideas on handling
works, MiVmlng streets, sewers, water tlm storm water m tlint.lt should nil
mains and storm drains, atked City How Into one of tlio two or llireo big
Knglneer Ore to nppear before It, and dining.
Iho city engineer. III the course, of an-1 The reclamation of the Wulklkl dls
suers to iiueitlons, gne a brief but trlct. In Ids estimation, cotncM down to
iiicclnct statement of the best way to cnrrjlng nil the storm water straight
handle tlio Wulklkl district. I to the sea mid this will drain miwt of
A system of storm drains, with an the ponds. The filling would be so
open ditch or two, and tlio filling of much the less sirlous, ) says,
some of tlm low-lying lands, will solve City Knglneer litre also spoke brlef
tlio prohlfin, thinks Mr. Gere, und the ly on other needed storm drains. The
commission listened closely to Ills plans Iwllel district presents n problem that
for storm drainage. be has not yet .solved, ho said, and
Ho advocated the opening and exten"-' confessed that many illfilcuttlcs exist'
slon of the I'llkol-street 'drain. Hav- In solving the drainage problems out
ing laid out storm drains In tho Ma- sldo of the matter of expense.
Iilkl district so that the water would laiglneor V lMtowell was nlso pres
emptv Into the MakIM ditch, lie would cut on Invitation of the commission,
then straighten the courso of this Years ngo he did the engineering work
dltcli ,so that, Instead of turning on" to on the present Nmianu stream clinti
ilie left at Ileretnnla menue, curving nel. Ho talked over tho drainage plans
down to King lind then emptying Into wltb the board,
the duck ponds On the left of Kalakaua The meeting wns ono of tho most In-
nvenne, It would run straight to the terestlng that has yet been held, tlio
re.i This Involves the dilvlng of the proposed reclamation of tho Wulklkl
dltcli half a mile or moie. It would laud being particularly timely.
ICE CREAM IS FAR
Ueclarlng that the Ice cream Buppjy
of the city Is genciolly below standard,
Food (ntuilssoner IMunrd H. Illnn
cliard said ho will start his prosecu
tions nest week. The wimples takou
lids week mo away below the stand
ard with one e-xeeptlon, and he bad
some remarks to make In connection
with this situation this morning.
"With but ono or two exceptions,"
he said, "tlio leo cream sold by tho peo
ple from whom wu might naturally ex
pect to get good lesults, and whoso sup
ply should be of the higher standards,
Is not only below' standard, but It Is
even lower than n great many of tlio
Orientals. You will nollco from tho
llgure-s glxen below that there Is only
one linn which esrnes up to tho stand
ard, and that Is the Holllster Drug
Company They always seem to keep
their stuff well up, and 1 never have
liny trouble with them. The Alexander
Young Cafo Is also coming up, und It
seems as though they were trying The
either figures speak for theuiselv) s when
It Is remembered that the standard li
11 per cent '
"There Is not so much ncln.il direct
danger to health from the fact lint leu
cream Is l-elow standard, but there urn
many possibilities that dlseaso will
creep In from this cause. Low-grade
leo irenm Is probalilv inndo up of (heap
and Inferior malt rial, and It generally
has to be helped out with 'llllcrs' mid
'blndeis' to uuiko It look llkn the real
article. Ttopte' making It lire nlto'llke
ly to inako It up In larger iiiantltles
und tnku the risk., of It melting with
them. This menus that a large iiian
tlty of It Is Wing against the can and
there Is a danger of ptomaine polonlng
"This would not bo noticed until tho
cream was froztu up again and eaten.
Contrary to general opinion, It Is nl
most Impossible to kill off bacteria by
freezing. They will lie In a dormant
statu and then get busy again Just as
soon as tho temperature Is raised.
"One effict of the campaign Is that
there are not nearly so intiiiy people I
making leo cream for sale now and also!
that tho Japanese who run It around In
their carts luttn given It up to it gre.it
extent Wo aro f,n'ng after them all, I
mid I liopo to stmt the campaign dur
ing the (inly part of nevt week."
TeU for Week.
Honolulu lirtig Company H.i
llolllshr Drug Company H1J
Baltimore Dairy S.OZ
Uensoit, Knillli & Co.., t,A
I'alni Care S
Alexander Young Cafo ln-'
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VAiWM riAm AWA.
We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does not
carry " Freak Styles " the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line with a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
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