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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1911.
iXTlit caiiK, scrap Irnn unci inMIng' nre
nbotit (lie only lines of riibliiuli llmt
mn not bo destroyed In the city Inehi
crntnr noiv unci! In tin' ilcilriu'tlon o(
refun K.ithercd by Ihu ililliili carts.
According to Htivrvlior McClcllun,
tli plant li working In it very sntlsfno
tnry In.itiucr, McClclInn takes decided
laVuo with C. H. Judd, president nml
executive olllcer of tlu lloHrd of Agri
culture, who In n comiminlciitlon de
clare that the Incinerator In not prov
ing clllclent In destroying Infected
fruits nml vegetables sent tlicro to bo
"I would recommend Mint sonic mem
bers of tlio Hoard of Agriculture pay
ii'ixIkU to tlio plant, and 1 believe tiat
they would change their opinion of Mm
work now being done," remarked lc
C'lcllan. The Incinerator wan n theme over
which several members of the bo.ird
paid their respects. It la claimed that
nil material nave Iron or banana stumpi
romo out of the llery furnace In the
form of usher, or clinkers.
The Hoard of Agriculture recom
mended that tlio city Instill an oil-burn-Ink
apparatus nt tlio plant, which sug
gestion did not meet with favor.
It wiim positively Dialed that all green
nnd wet fruit sent tn the Inrlnrriitiir
wax burned and thoroughly destroyed,
The board spent n busy evening In
the transiictloii of business. A report
from Auditor Hlcknell showed receipts
amounting tn $S 18,9 19.08. with dis
bursements of $H6,I71.9F, leaving a
balahce ut the close of September
uniountlng tn J70.477.in.
I'lty nml Count) I'nglneer Mere wni
allowed to purchase n llllng dclce nt
n cost of 111. 40, tho same to como
from the general fund. I
According to u cominunlcatlon fioiu
Marston Cmnpbell, tho sower and un-l
trr malnx nlong that portion of King
street soon to bo paved nre all In o-d-'
lion and what work Is necessary to bn
done by the Territory will In no man
ner delay the laying of the proposed
Tho request coming from Supervisor '
Annum that the provisions of the new
llsh, meat and food ordinance be pub
lished In Chinese met with favor and
wax grunted. The ordinance will ap
pear In one of the local Chinese dally
papers. This ordinance passed u third
reading last night,
ROLPH SENDS ALOHA TO
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
Llntnes flolnh. .Tr . Mivnr.nloi't of
San Francisco, Iiiir sent tn the Hono
lulu Chamber of Commerce the fol
Chamber of Commerce,
Honolulu, II. T.
Dear Sirs: I mn In receipt of copy
of your cablegram in the Chamber oft
Commerce of Mill city nnd desire to
express, nt Mils time, my deepest ap
preciation for your courtesy.
I am, yours very sincerely,
(Signed) JAMKS HOM-H, Jr.
The board of examiners for teach
ers, consisting of Chairman T. II. Olb-'
son, C. W. Ilaldwln, J. C. Davis nnd.
Mrs. X. I). Kraser, held a further scs-j
slon yesterday afternoon. They arc
lo meet every nfteruoon now until I
HioAvhole list has been gone through.
Flro Chief Thurston of Honolulu
flro department lias reported to hU
committee that iiccoid'nt. to tlio op
inion of ox-Oovcrnnr tlcorge It. Car
ter who Is now on an extended visit tn
n number of mainland cities, tho new
motor driven chemical engines re
leclcd by the city fnthcra for scrvlco
In Honolulu uro In evciy wny a very
satisfactory piece of fire lighting, ap
paratus. According to statements made by
Chief Thurston, tho new Scagrnvo
trucks wcro In use In n number 'of
Jnrgc metropolitan centers. Carter
saw tho chemicals at work and In
New York city where tlio engines arc
used tn considerable extent In the
nreut flro department there, tlio hard
tires nre highly recommended.
Chief Thurston further reported
that In a number of cities whero tho
pneumatic tiro was used, thcro wcro
being substituted for tho tiro of hard
Ex-dovornor Carter Is snld to havo
waxed qulto enthusiastic over tho op
eration of tho motor driven apparatus
and ho claims that Honolulu will not
regret having secured two of these
Chief Thurston notified tho hoard
that tho new engines would be ready
for shipment from San Francisco
along about tho middle part of De
comber. They should arrlvo hero be
Two reports wcro received from tho
Closing -Out Sale
All Goods must be sold by January 1st. Goods all
New and Up-To-Date. Bargains Unprecedented.
TERMS CASH ONLY
NOTE THESE PRICES
Men's Suits, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00,
$7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00
Boys' Suits, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $3.75, $4.00
Men's Shirts, 50c, 75c. $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Ladies' Voile Skirts, $4.00,
Ladies' Underskirts, 50c, 60c,
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Lace Curtains, 55c, 7712c,'
$1,1212, $1.30, $1.75,$2.15, $3.00,
Towels, perdoz., 40c, 90c, $1.00,
$1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50
Ladies' Hand Bags, $2.00,
$2.25, $2.85, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50
Ladies' Sateen and Taf
feta Skirts, $1.50, $1.75, $2,
Men's 1-2 Hose, $1.00, $1.50,
$2;00, $2.50, $3, $3.50 per dozen
Men's Underskirts, 20c, 25c,
35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1
Ladies' Drawers, 40c, 50c,
55c, 75c, $1.00
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
flro chief by tho supervisors nt last
During tho month of August tho de
partment responded to nino alarms
with a property loss of $53,316.72,
with an Insurance risk amounting to
$126,200 nml a liability of $53,315.72.
According to Chief Thurston tho de
partment responded to seven alarms
during September with property loss
estimated at $1503 with Insurance
risk placed nt $8,000.
Twenty youthful Inventors and em
bryo blrdmcn of Honolulu gathered
In tho boys' quarters of tho Y. M. C.
A.'s now home yesterday afternoon to
discuss tho n u 1 1 o 1 1 n's model air
ship contest, and to lay plans and
get pointers that would help them win
one or more' of the prizes that tho,
u it 1 1 o 1 1 n Is offering for tho best
examples of model manufacture Kn
the various classes,
That tho boys wcro all keenly In
terested In. tho coming competitive
lest of wits nnd fingers was Bhown
by tho number of questions askod ns
to tho conditions of tho contest and
tho best way to set about the build'
ing of flying nnd stationary models.
Every boy that attended tho meet
ing entered his namo as a competitor
in one or more classes, and thoro aro
some dozen more who havo statod
their Intention of getting their names
on the list Just as soon as posslblo.
Tho questions asked nt yesterday's
meeting showed that Iho fancy of tho
young inventors was about equally
divided between gliders, stationary
models nnd ft) ing ' models, with a
small balance In favor pf the, latter
class. Kvery fellow who spends 'his
time In building n midget aeroplane
wants the fun of seeing It'actually fly,
and when experiment has shown what
a powerful littlo engine can be con
structed out of twisted rubber binds
thero is no reason why those who
would like to try their hands nt tho
fine workmanship of a stationary mo-
Ccl, shouldn't go In also for a less
complete but more substantial one
that will cut through the air when
the propeller Is released.
At yesterday's meeting Charles F.
Loonils, director of ibnys work of tho
Y. M. C. A. who has In charge ths
details of tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n's contest,
gavo the .entrants a short talk of ex
planation, and told them of the In
structive ns well as highly Interest
ing work that is being done In othrr
cities in the way of tmodel flyers.
"And there's no reason why Hono
lulu shouldn't bnvov the. biggest and
best turn-out of tho-kind In the his
tory of tho sport," concluded Mr. Loo-
mis. "There's a chance for us to oe-
tr.bllsh a record that will bo tho envy
or nil tho big Eastern cities in this
Ous Bchacfcr, who Is almost ready
to launch his full size Curtlss flyer
Into the air, nnd who may appear
over Iho roofs of (Honolulu any day
now, brought a boautlfully cona'ruct
cd model of his big niachine as a hint
to thnso who cared to enter the non
flying mlnlaturo class. Mr. Schaoter
gavo the boys somo vuluablo hints as
tho quality of varnished silk and bam
boo tn usee tn model construction and
good naturedly answered a string of
questions relating to aeroplano construction.
The Army of
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A delegation of Manoaltes present
nt last night's meeting of the city and
county supervisors were treated to a
pleasant surprise when the announce
ment was forthcoming that a new and
commodious school building was Boon
to bo erected In that district.
According to the statement made
through a report,, work on a now
structure will begin within a year. In
the mcantlmo the ways and means
commlttco decided to make some es
Bentlal repairs and renovation -of tho
present building. There will be a
change mado in tho sanitary arrange
ments beforo tho work la completed.
Tho cheering news that the now
school had been planned and would
soon bo under way was received with
marked enthusiasm by delegates from
the suburban residential district.
Tho board does not look with much
'favor uKin the proposition of utiliz
ing twojimatl buildings situated in
the rear of Alllolanl College for school
piirKises. According to a report filed
by Chairman Dwlght, It Is found that
It will require several hundred dollars
to mako the structures 'presentable
and to better servo the purpose. The
U8o of tho buildings wsb tendered by
Mrs. Mary Koator through her local
agent, J. O. Young.
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A NEW ACT
"MICHAEL BRAHAM AND HIS
Bright Eyes .
Educated Dog with Human Intelligence
the Two Form Entlro Troupe
CLEVEHE8T OK DOO ACTS
Early and Fitch
Fascinating California Duo
FathlonPlato 8inger '
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Presenting tho Danes That Mado
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Introducing Many Now, 8tartllng
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Prices 35o, 25o, 16 10o
Reserved Scats for center and wings
of grandstand can bo booked at E. O,
Hall & Son's sporting department' En
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Tickets on sale nt M. A, Ounst's
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 a. m. Sunday.
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RELIGIOUS SECTlLEGAL FIGHT
(Continued from Pago 1).
to stand and takes his own recognals-
unce for the others. Likewise, It also
nnuwcrb some of the questions asked
In his bill of particulars tiled last .week.
The religious sect that broke Into the
limelight at Karratl lano soma little
time ago has four Indictments against
It David Kualll and Rebecca Ulll for
performing marriages contrary to law,
deorge Ewallko for another phase of
the same offense, and then he and the
woman again on still another turn of
Mux Alonio Is charged with larceny
on a Federal reservation, and Mura-,
nnka, the Japanese, with running ,un
Illicit still on Kauai.
A particularly sad case is that In
which John Sllva Is charged. A cer
tain Chinese family, It Is stated. In
town had three children and a very
nice little home. Everything went well
with them until thd husband went away
tn one of the plantations to get work.
Then Sllva came In, It Is said, and
started to live In the house. The pity
of It Is that their children were about
fourteen to sixteen years old and all
girls. When the husband camo back
again he was broken-heurtcd. He took
tho children away, however, nnd had
them live with him. Their mother he
will have nothing more to do with.
The Jury expects to get through with
(Contlnuod from Potto 1)
! anyone should suffer from his not hav-
Ing done so, It would be tho contrac
tors, but the contractors said tills
morning that Klxhcr's signature Is not
necessary now and, that they are, of
course, willing tn proceed without It.
"As a matter of fact," said Mr. Fish
er this morning, "very often I do not
sign contracts until ths contractors
need the money. Then they come along
to mo and naturally I sign every con
tract that Is brought In beforn I pay
over anything on It. The act does not
state that the contract has tn be sign
ed by me Immediately, and although
sometimes I sign them straight away,
they often stay for some time without
'Here Is one for tho College of Ha
waii, for Instance, that has only Just
come to me for .signature, although tho
contract wns let some time ago. .
"There Is nothing In it as far as my
olllco Is concerned."
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The overwhelming defeat of Pre
mier Laurler and the liberal govern
ment's policy of reciprocity with the
United States, ut the polls In Cunadii,
camo as a surprise to England.
. uir rrneni iisi 01 worK IIOOUl 1110 elm
lof this week nnd will then take a vncu-
tlon for a short period.
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