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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1911.
l.culil (luiplcr Nil'.', 0. M.S.
Hawaiian St'roiiil Degree.
lliiriMnnj Chapter No, I, (I.
L'. S. Itigiilnr.
AM Tliltlut membarn of tM
Order ara cordially ItiTlted to
attend meetings of local ledgM
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. II.
MM a m V A Pa n t
MARINE F.NGINrinS' 0th Aim
BENEFICIAL ASVWTIQH. eiatiom cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIDr NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first und llilnl Tuesday
or mill month In lY.itcrnlly Mull, I, O.
O. !' building. Vhdtlni; blethers cnr
illnll luvlliil In nlli ml.
W J ItOMNKON, Sachem.
11 V. TODD, C of It.
WONOLUtU I0BGE, 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodge No. tj, n. P. 0.
Clks. meets In their ball, on King
trt, near Fort, every Friday tv
olne;. Visiting Urotheni art cordially
'nvltad to atteni.
i) i. it. isnN'iinrtn, e. r.
uko. v. Ki.ui:ai:u sec.
7TH. McKINlEY I0DQE. KO. 8,
X. of P.
Mteci every 2nd and 4th Saturday
nenlug at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Uoretanla. Visit
ing brotbtra cordially InvlUd fi at
land. F. F. KII.nET, C. 0.
R. A. JACOIISON, K. 11. B.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first niul third Friday nt
1 So o'clock, l'ytlilan Hall, corner litre.
Innla nnd Fort streets. Visiting broth
era cordially Invited to attend.
S. decki:h. C. C.
O. JICINU, K. of n. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wednes-
day evening of each month at 7:30
o'clnrk, In Sail Antonio Hall, Vineyard
titreet, near Kmmn. Visiting brothers
urn Invited to attend.
m:o. A. DAVIS, V. P.
W.M. C. M'COr, Secy.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
Have received ex Sierra especially
trimmed STREET and DRE8S HATS.
HOTEL ST., Opp. Young Cafe
New Trimmed Hats
llondtomo modeli just received In
Millinery Parlors, Boston Building
KICW LINGERIE DRESSES,
11 GOWNS and FALL SUIT8. EM
DROIDCRED PATTERN SUITS
to make up; very suitable for evening
Mrs. F. Zeave
C8 YOUNG BUILDING
Baby Bonnets and Dresses, Bootses
and Wool Baby Socks; Stamping
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladles' and Men's Hats Reasonably
(continued from Pag 1)
when the sheriff caught the Japanese
riding along the toad with a couple
cf gunny xacku full of bpttlos of
okolchno lie started In to link ques
tions nnd ng u couscqucnco wired J lie
Internal revenue office last Monday
asking If they wanted the mnu placed
under arrest. They wired bnck to
hold him mid also Hint Hcllbron was
to leave by the next boat.
ThlH left Tuesday and ho arrived In
Knual Wednesday, lniniedliitely after
in riving they formed a party to try
and find out where the lapanexe Iheil
All they knew wan that It was away
up In the llannknplal valley, which
It not only ouu uf the wildest pieces
of country on the Island, hut la also
M eiy dangerous place to get nt. It
wns licic that the "Kooluit leper," nH
ho became known, defied the nttcmpU
of I lit- police to capture him for some
lime. The party was made up of Hell
hrou. Deputy Sheriff V. Werner, Su
pervisor .1. K. Iila, formerly deputy
sheriff, one of the sheriff's men and
n guide who knew Ihu frail.
The trail leads along the face of tho
elllTH, It Is a narrow little path that
Just loaves loom for one to go along
nt ii time mnl Is very rough. At tlmec
II Is within a hundred feet ot the
water and at others It rises until the
singing sea lie twelve hundred feel
lielow. "It was just about that lime
Hint Iho path looked ubout hIx Indies
wide," said llellbiou this morning. At
times they hud to cxotclso the great
est care In getting around corners for
the slightest slip meant sudden death
on the rocks below.
Arriving at the vulley they found
the bouse where tho Japanese was
siipiioM'd to bo living ami from the
back of It thcic ran a well beaten
trail lo the si i cam. They followed this
along and then about one hundred and
llfty yards away came on tho still
There were about 150 gallons of mash
leady to put thtnugli which they des
troyed. The still they also tixik to
pieces mid soiiio uf the parts they
brought back with lliein to be used
ns evidence later.
Speaking of tho occurrence this
nioinlng Collector Cottrlll said: "I
logaid this capture as n very Import-
ml one. Tho cooperation of Sheriff
Hico of Knual with this department
has been the means of the whole, mat
ter being dlscovcicd nnd I would like
lo express my appreciation of the
work that ho has dune. Deputy Hcll
bron also I would Uko to thank, for
lie bus shown me that he is Just the
class of man that wo like to have
with us. Although the trull over to
the still Is looked on ns one of tin)
most dnngeious In the islands, he did
not hesitate a minute when the call
of duly came but went right ahead
and did It."
Deputy Marshal I). Sherwood re
turned yesterday morning with the
prisoner from Knual who will be dealt
(Continued from Pane 1)
tuberculosis Unlit restricted or even
dropped, the day-camps fall by the
wayside, and that tho settlement would
have to tontine Itself to Its social and
Front all classes of pcoplo nnd all
ovir tho city came requests that this
be not done. Uusiness men, idiyslclun
nnd others declare that the value of the
work iliiue under the nursing organi
zation Is positive and one of tho very
Impoitant features In the ever-neces
sary campaign to keep Honolulu u
llean port. Tho Hoard of Health fell
that it was receiving thu most vital as
sistant o from tho settlement, nnd the
I'eileral iilal nlltllie authorities Indorsed
Iho settlement's work, the nursing sys
ti'in especially. In no uncertain way.
Tim shippers' wharf committee,
through n subcommittee, took up tho
m.itlir In it thorough and systematic
way A careful examination was made
of Ihu woik done by the settlement, of
Its mailable funds, and of thu part It
Is playing In keeping the city healthy.
At the end of the Investigation, the
commtttco recoiumiinded that the money
needed for tho nursing system lie
forthcoming, and the shippers' wharf
toiiiiultteu ncted favorably on tho rec
Tim money, however, can not bo ex
pended In any other branch of the set
tlemeut association work, so that the
iiNsiiclatloii must still maintain Its nth
er lutlvltleii on tlm funds already In
haml, a problem that Is being tiolved
only by bard work and careful expen
diture on the part of tho superintend
eut and his associates.
Lust Saturday night a lire broke
out In the I'uclllc Saloon, corner of
King and Nuuanu Rtreots, which
would linva destroyed tho place en
tirely hud It lint been for Ihn quick
I espouse of Iho llrempn who arrived
In Mine to put the 111 o under control.
150 "American" Hleyclej $40. New!
easy terms. Phono 17411. H058-2I
"i ', t
City Transfer Co.
JA9. H. LOVE
EAST INDIAN LABOR IS
SUITED TO FIJI PLANTATIONS.
British Steamship Lordorer Brings Late Australian Advices
Tomorrow Will See Many Inter-Island Steamers Depart
China May Be Delayed in Sailing for the Orient Be
cause of Coaling Helene Is Fumigated.
FIJI sugar planters declare Kast In-
filnu coolie labor very satisfactory
and to the number of about forly-flo
thousand, these people lire said to
II ud remunerative employment In tho
The Ilrltlsh steamship Loderer, with
4207 tons Australian to.il was an ar
rival nt Honolulu at an early hour
this morning mid went to tho lllshop
slip to discharge the shipment of fuel
Into thu bunkers of tho luter-lsluud
Sleain Navigation Company.
The liderer brought several sacks
of later Australian and Polynesian
mall nnd advices. Several officers In
the Ilrltlsh ship are familiar with con
ditions ns they perlnln to tho uug'ir
und copra industry In FIJI. The Colo
nial Sugar Company Ig said to bn one
of tho larger emplojers of labor In
the group. Of the 125,00(1 colored po
pulation of the group, about 45,000
me Indian coolies. When their en
gagements have expired, they scltlo
down, and they are Increasing n good
ceal raster than the native FlJInns aro
".eci easing. Tho coolies, however, are
n hard-working steady, harmless lot
Tho great Itowa district in FIJI Is
claimed as all under Indian cultiva
tion, and the lands weio leased from
tho FlJIans. (leueral speaking, the Fi
jian, tho Tongnii nnd tho Samouii
won't work for another man: henco
tho labor problems.
Trade between Sydney nnd FIJI has
been practically killed by tho Customs
duties, which, between Ilrltlsh isisses
slong, seem an nnomnlly. The Ton
gan natives arc nioro prosperous than
the FlJIans. They own their own
lands, and nro not declining In num
ber at the samo rate.
Tho Loderer Is expected to remain
nt Honolulu for about ten duys before
ready to proceed to sea The vessel
will presumably return to the Colo
nies, though orders to change her des
tination may bo received by C. Hrewer
and Company, agents fo'r tho steam
ship nt any day.
Two sacks of lnlor Australian mall
was received by tho local postal au
thorities. Captain J. R Orccn, mas
ter of tho vessel Is n joung man nnd
making his first voyage, to tho Hn
wnllnn Islands In tho I.odorcr, He re
ports a fair passago up from Newcas
tle, N. S. W., his time being a little
under twenty-three dnyB.
Australians Seek Direct 8. F. Line.
A direct steamship line between the
Austtallan ports and Snn Francisco
Is muchly sought alter by tho busi
ness Interests of Ilrlsbano If the sen
timent expressed by A. C. Ilurrcll
managing editor of tho (lazctlu pub
llrhcd nt that city can hs taken as a
cillerlon. Ilefore n representative
gathering of Sun Francisco commer
cial men, Mr. llurrell sot foith tho
need of a direct steamship connection
by tho declaration that the chief oh
Etnclo to American commerce with
Australia, lies In the fact that there
Is not n steumthlp line between thu
two countries. Ho showed the board
that If an Australian wished to take
passage lo any part of tho United
States or Kurope tho travelor would
have to go at least 13,000 miles lo
get to his destination, white If there
were a lino of direct stcameis to Ihls
country ho would not havo to travel
over G000 miles. He further stated
that till of the exports that are sent
from California to Australia are ship
lied over the transcontinental rail
roads lo New York nnd cxiwrled from
that place. They travel In that way
over three-quarters of tho dlsluiico
r.round tho world,
llurrell furnished figures showing
that If ono desired lo coma from Aus
tralia lo this port It was cheaper to
go through tho Suez canal and across
tho Atlantic uml ovor one of tho cross-
W.C. Peacock Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents tyumm's, Champagne
(SchlltzBeer' ' '
continent railroads (ban to conic di
rect across the Pacific to San Fran
cisco. He said that the rejsun of this
lies in the fact that there nro no ship
that come from there to the coast. Tho
board referred tho matter to thu
Chamber of Commerce nnd to the
Commeichl Club, llurrell will nddress
these organizations In tho near future.
During his speech Kdltor llur
tcll said that lln'iu ale over 2000 per
sons leaving Australia every month
bound either lor Km ope or tho Hull
ed states, and that Ihoy nro compell
ed to go over 7nou miles out of tiei
way In order lo teach their destina
tions. China May Be Delayed In Departure.
There Is u pcsslbllity that the I'a-
.ic Mall steamer China may bo de
lated In departure for tho Orient
Tils vessel Is due to urrlvo nt Hono
lulu on or about ten o'clock lomoriow
morning und will be beilhed at Chan
nel wharf. The china will require a
number of Ions of coal which must be
loaded aboard before tho voyage to
tho Orient can lie resumed. Should
the China fall to sail for Japan and
China iiorts at live o'clock tomorrow
evening the vessel will ho dispatched
nt a very early hour on Wednesday
morning. Twenty pisseugers nnd
neai ly four liuudrel sacks of mall aie
en routo to Ihls port.
Sparks from the Wireless.
Sunday evening tho following mes
ragos'woro riieelved from vessels pro
ceeding lo ax. I fiom the Islands:
I. M. S, S. China, S p. in. 500 inlltM
from Honolulu: 3U7 bags inall; 20
cubln iiasscngers; expect to arrive
Tuesday at 9 a. m. at quarantine. All
M. N. S. S. I.urllue, 9:30 p. m. 790
miles off; moderate trades smooth
sea. Will arrive about 11 o'clock
M. N. S. S. Hllonlnn, S p. 111. 900
miles from Hllo. All well.
China Bringing the Mainland Mall.
Thu Pacific Mnil liner China is
bringing down tho nnli from tho
mainland. This vessel bus 397 sacks
of later mall for the Islands nnd ac
cording to a Into wireless message
should arrive off tho port on or uhou
nine o'clock tomorrow morning. The
China will berth at Channel wharf
where a quantity of coal will bo taken
on before the vessel Is dispatched fur
Japan and China ports. Tho Chln-i
will leave twenty pastengers nt the
port. Tho steamer has no Irelght for
Initial Visit of new Oil Tanker.
Sun Francisco pniwrs ropoit Urn
American tanker J. S. llcrrau as on
tho beith to transHirt a largo ship
ment of fuel oil to tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. It Is oxpectod that tho vessel
will arrive, hero on or ubout Novcni
Ler 1st. Tho J. 8. Herr.ni Is some
what similar In construction and size
lo tho J. S. Chanslor which visited
Honolulu soiiio weeks ago. Tho new
tanker Is making a maiden trip to Iho
Hawaiian Islands nnd bus a capacity
or ubout foity-flve thousand luriels
Inter.lsland Steamers Away Tomorrow
Among liitor-lslaud steamers sched
uled t depart tomorrow mo tho Ml
kuhula for Maul and Molokul ports,
sailing at flvo o'clock wllh lumber
fertilizer und other Hues of supplies,
Tho Wullclo Is duo lo depart for Ha
waii isirts at lir.ou. The flagship Ma
nna Ken with a fair list of cabin and
deck passengers Is to sail for Hllo
via way sirts nt ten o'clock In Iho
morning and the Klnnu, tho regular
Kauai boat will got away at flvo
o'clock in tho evening,
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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mnoii October 21 nt 5:38 p.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to .Merchants'
Monday, Oct. 16.
POUT TOWNSUND-Arrlved, Oct. II:
llkt. John Smith, fium Knaiinpull,
with captain, dead,
SAN FItANCIBCO Bnllod, Oct. 14:
S. S. Kutcrprlsc, fur Honolulu di
rect, 4 p. in.
SAN FUANCISCO Arrived, IT. S. A
T. Shcildun, henco Oct. 7, 11 p. m
3AN FRANCISCO Sailed. Oct. 15: S
S. Honolulu!!, for Seattle.
YOKOHAMA Arrived, Oct. II: S. S
Shiuyo Mnru, hence Oct. 3.
SAN FltANCISOO-Hullod, Oct. Ifi:
Schr. Muriel, for llonolpu,
PHILADELPHIA Arrived, Oct. Ifi;
Ship Win. P. Frjo (icpoited on
shore), Oct. 12.
S. 8. China, docks nt Channel wharl
eaily lomoriow morning with .197
sucks mall und 20 passengers, prob
ably sail for Yokohama, fi p. in.
S. H. I.urllue, docks at llnckfeld
wharf Wednesday morning with 4500
tons freight for Honolulu: G25 tons
lor Kahulul; U uutos; 95 packages
expiess nnd 58 passengers. No mall
Thu following wlicless message has
been received by the agents of the
S. S I.urllue, bound for Honolulu:
S. S. Lurllne, :30 a. in., at Sen
Oct. 14th, 1911. IIIIO miles fiom Ho
r.olulu, light wind, smooth sea. For
Honolulu: 450O tons cargo, 0 nuloi
biles, 95 packages express nuttier, 6S
pnsscngcis. For Kahulul: 025 ton.
cargo. No mail.
Ship arrives Wednesday morning
nnd will dock nt the Hackfeld wharf.
Lurllne to Hackfeld Wharf.
Tho Matson Navigation steamer
I. inline from Snu Finnclsco Is duo to
urilvo nt tho port on Wednesday
morning wild Sit passengers, 4500 tons
cm go, 0 ,autoa. iuud-9; spackugat ex.
press matter for Honolulu nnd f,2."
tons freight foi illtcluuge nt Kahu
lul. The Lurllne In lugs no mall for
tho Islands as tho China being n fast
er boat was given the consignment.
Tho I.urllue will beith nt Iluckfold
Enterprise to Call at Honolulu.
A cablo received nt Iho agency of
Castle uml Cooko announces that the
Matson Navigation steamer Kntcr
prlso from San Francisco Is duo to
arrive at Honolulu on next Monday
with a full cargo Including explosives.
Tho vessel will cull at Honolulu then
proceed to Kahulul. Kanuupall, Port
Allen and Hllo Milling fiom tho latter
poit for Sau Finnclsco direct.
Helene la Being Fumigated.
Tho Ameiicuii schoonor Hclono was
hauled along sldo the quarantine
wharf this morning for fumigation be
fore setting sail for n return voyage
to Puget Sound. Tho lleleno has been
discharging a shlpmont of lumber at
this ix)! t. Tho vessel Is ex)cetod to
get away tomorrow.
Soon to Sail for the Mainland,
Willi the nrrlvnl of tho Intcr-Ishiud
sleatncr Klnnu Puiser Kent repnils
tho schooner Doflanco at R'colo ills
chaiglng lumber, which will ho fin
ished by Wednesday, nnd tho !
Hall at Koloa.
According to Purser Kent of the
Inler-Islnml steamer Kliiuu hut two
large shipments of Buyar remain nt
Harden Island warehouses. They In
clude M. A. K. .IGDli uiul'lt:. S. Co. 3IU
MHS. IlOTTOMMiY mid little sou.
havo arrived safely In (llnsgow, ac
cording to a recent cable.
Mil. AND MHS. K. I). TBNNIJV and
their daughter, Wllholmllia, are ex
pected to return to Honolulu by the
icxt hip of tho Wilhelmina.
There wll bo no meeting or Win,
McKlnley Idgo No. 8 Ihls evening
Tho notlro In Iho "morning papor buy
ing appealed In error.
IIKNIIY VKtHA, ii member or tho
olllco stuff of Iho Intcr-Islnnd Steam
Navigation Company, Is laid up nt his
home us n result or nil oncountnr with
tleiiguo fever. Mr. Vlerru Is expected
lo bo bnck nt his desk within u few
days according to reports from his
M. F. LOWKNSTKIN, u Manila bus
Iiicbs mnil, general inanuger of tho
Hun of Cnstlo Ilrothors, Wolf nnd Sons
who has been u visitor at Honolulu
for tho past few days, wl sail for
Hawaii and the volcano tomorrow
nioinlng us a passenger In Ihn steam
er Manila Kca. Mr. Iowoi:ilclu Is
compelled lo make, u Hying trip ua he
la now pn u tour of Ihn woild.
SUPERVISORS NOW FAVOR
Tho municipal Inspection of gas
nifjroleclrlq llghi niM power meter
Is n mailer tltut tla nt present )iinq
receiving serious attention nt the
hands or soverui members of tho City
mnl County hoard of supervisors.
Chilli man Krugcr of tho health and
sanitation committee Is ono member
of the body or city fntliGM who has
given tho matter of gus and electric
meter Inspection considerable atten
tion. Tho erratic or unreliable meter
which Is supposed to glvo n correct
measurement of tho nmount of gas
or electric fluid used by tlm local con
sumer mid householder may yet conic
In for nn Investigation and examina
tion nt tho hands of n municipal otn
clal under n snlary whono business It
will bo to make tho rounds of nil
C-l rt 4rtl wJ mum, Thtrantna-rt
nrin ynntcwtilT 1 tf m
a-nsr en IM Km, A
MUM Mf, UM
Small Pill, Small Dose, Small Prix
Genuine dumUu Bignatuto
Monday, Oct. 16.
Newcaslle, N. S, W. Unlerer, Dr.
Finn., n. in.
Per stiur. Klnnu, from Kunil, Oct
15. fl. F. Ileiishull, S. I.jle, .1. Ilojtl,
Jocklncl, W. C. Schleffer, .Mrs. A. U
olkl nnd lnr.iii(, (I. W. Cnrr, .1. W.
Asch, Deputy .Marshal Shetwood nm1
prisoner, II. F. Hellhron, S. T. Slur
red, C. A. Klston and family, (!. A.
Jordan, F. Hiitsch, I.. H. Smllli nud
wlfo. U-n Tlm, 111 tlcrrard. S. W. Wil
cox and wire. Miss M. I. Wilcox. C. II
Hr)wri, T.,3. ntzpttrlck.'y.-J.Uelsorj
iau Limwav, a. it. i rapnagen, Mrs.
C. Kurt. W. It. Wuiner. CI. K. Lota
K. Nakamiira, S. K. Kalo, II. W.
Per stmr. Mlkuhnla, fiom Maul nnd
Molokul, Oct. 15. W. II. Crawford
It. M. Cray, Max nreenbaiigli, Mrs
M, (louvela, Mis. Molknn, Miss A.
(louvela, M. Lewis, W. It. M. Sims
C. It. Frailer, Chan Hooii.
j PA8fIENOER8 BOOKED
Per stmr. Mnuiia Ken, for Hllo nnd
way ports, Oct. 17. F. F. Ilaldwln,
Father Vnleutlno, Father Honllhnn
Miss C. S. Wiiglit. A. Mason, wlfunnil
daugliler; lleihert Shlpman nnd .Ml
Clara Shlpnuu, A. 0. Ucer, A. U.
Wheeler. It. S. Young, 1J. J. Smllli nnd
wife, J. D. Mo.Urew, .Mr. and Mrs. O,
II. Field and two children, .1. Han la
McKcnzlc, Miss Humason, Miss Wal
do. Per stmr. Klnnu for Kaiml ports,
Oct. 1". A. Hancborg, O. Mnlolin and
wjro, II. Ilusher, P. I. Home, Itov.
W. II. Olcbon, Ilov. Sciidder, (leo. II.
Pang. M. Osnkt.
Per stmr. W. 0. Hall for Kauai
ports, Oct. 19. A. Iliini'liaig.
Per at mr. Manna lia, for Kunil nnd
Kau potts. Oct. 20. Miss 11. Taylor.
Per stmr. Clmullne, for Hawaii via
Mmil pons, Oct. 20. W. II. Field
Mrs. Field, W. F. J. Dolo, Mrs. ryile.
Mrs. J. ). Senbury.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
John ('alios Mcdlros lias applied foi
A Jury trial In his c.isoagalnut the
llouoiuu Sugar Compuiiy.
.ccotdliig to Iho police, thu crap
Blunders urn occuslounlly coiigivgat
ing theiuselves in the Cupltol grounds
In he dlvorco null id Anloiio Cuu
ha ngaliiHl Julia Cunlia tho decree
was gutuled Ihls morning uml Hie
custody or Iho child given to thu full)
Ho to llutulwii ir you want rest uml
quiet enjoyment. Tho uccoimnoihi
tloiiH nro excellent und tho culslno the
best or any hotel In tho Islands. Trains
go to the door.
The final accounts mnl tho tlls
cliurgo or tho executor In tho es(itle
pf tho Into Helen W. Kelly were nl
lowed this morning by Judge W. J.
Hoblnsnn In the Circuit Court.
In the pullet' eonif this niornlni!
twelve Japaueso K.iiuesteiH, who were
mresled hist night on l.lllha sheet,
near King, by Chief of Dett-cllveH Me
Dullle, pleniled guilty uml wtro lined
$0 nud cost), of eoiiit each. As usual,
they said they wero simply playing n
Irleinlly game when pint bed by Me
Dullle. FOR RENT.
Two-lieilrimm coltago for rent nt 1S,
near Him Tree, Knll.i ltd, Wull.lkl
.p)y on premises. Gor.8-01
mnn.-1 HIV El?
.iWMSI m I MLLI.
fct'HuinU ill hUiiHii. n adfcM bow.
INSPECTION OF METERS
residences nnd places of business
wheie gns or electricity Jh used and
which passes thiough u meter.
According lo tho supervisors who
nro believed to huvo taken n decided
stand for meter Inspection, such n
method bus been In vogue for a long
time In many mainland 'cities.
Public sentiment may be sounded
In regard to tho matter before Iho
actual work of drafting an ordinance
to cover tho provisions or meter In
spection Is drnrtcd through tho City
nnd County ntlorncys depurtmcut.
It Is Iho present Intention that tho
work of Inspection como under tho
electric light department over which
presides Superintendent William Frit
The appointment of a unliable and
qualified Inspector nt n fair salary
would then follow.
Itepresentulion to tho ltepuhllcnti
County mid Tcrrllorlal conventions
lioxt jear lilts been figured out for tho
nso of the Itepubllcnii Terrllorlal
Central Committee with tho result
Hint Iho conventions will be by far
the largest ever held In Hawaii slnco
iitinexutlon. Tho county conventions
will bo particularly laige.
Itepreselitullon to the county ton
vcnllnu Is ligured on the basis of tho
highest senatorial vote 'In each pre
cinct, twelve votes entitling each
twelve- votes or fraction over seven
enduing the precinct to u delegate.
On this bases the county conventions
will he imitle up fiom the following
First Dh-lrlct (Hast Hu.vall) CI.
Second District (West Hiiwull) j7.
Third District (Maul) 9S.
Fourth. District (O.ihiO 174.
Fifth District (Oahu) 153.
The Honolulu county convention
will lime 327 delegates, it record
bleaker by about it hundred.
Thu Terrltorlnl convention will also
bo u large one, the figures being based
on the vuto for Delegaie, each pre
cinct, belngcjnjjtled to it llelegate Tor
evuryYHfiy volS'orTi(iler"llfty nud an
high its thirty or over.
This gives tlie following:
First Dlstilet 20
Second District in
Third District 2u
Fourth District 41
Fifth District 30
Sixth Dlstilet 13
The heavy votes cast nt tho last
election account for tho largo con
ventions. CAMPBELL HAS
(Continued from Pag 1)
puny (second bid), JlL'.DiO, In 125 days.
Tentleis for the water meters for uso
111 the water works were nlso opened,
but they have to bo worked out yet,
as there nro u number of details In
cluded that maku It Impossiblo Tor
them to bo stated III round iiuuibeiH
until tills lins been done,
Tentleis fur Ihu supply of water mo
tets were opened us follows:
Von Hninni-YouiiK Company Two,
id-hub ends, at 7"8.34 each; one li
Incli, llange cuds, (778.34: one 15-liicb,
hub ends, J715.C2 (fur IG-lnch); .ono
12-lnth. hub cuds, JClC.fcR. Cattiui, .Will
& Co, Ltd. Two lS-lneh, hub ( nils,
$"03. 50; ono 18-lnci, llaiigo ends,
I703.5O;, ono 15-lueli, bub ends, $052 50;
ouo 12-liielt, hub ends, fi;o5 511. Hono
lulu Iron Winks Typo O, 18-ncb. hub
ends, 1712.50; one 18-Inch, lluiqpi ends,
t7!2.50; ono 15-lnch, bull ends, f'uoo;
ono 2-iiicli, hub ends, IC12.
The last-niimeil linn ulso (.tibinllted
bids on two other styles, Type M uml
iinolher Typo M, vvlllt only an Indicator
recorded Instead of it register Indica
tor recorder. In tho hist-paincd typo
they nro away below the rest of Iho
bids, tho llgures running Ck7, JC87,
J550 nud $515, respectively,
A biunar will be given by (loldcn
Cliclo Sowing Club of l,eubl Chapter,
Order of Hasten) Star, Wednesday,
November 18. Tho urfalr wus Iliad
voriciitly uniiouneeil for October 8 In
Iho Saturday Issue, Vlila, Villa on
King street will bp tho scene of tho
THE uRfAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Mikes New, Kiel)
Stomach and Liver
Oureb thu Kidneys.