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DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAH OK MAGICAL BEAUTIFILR
Alfred Benjamin j,
IrrcklM, Mlh IWli
HMlt, tn4 MMn ItiRfKT
Wnlalua's rnnttnueil decline Is a fca
"turc. though not a pleasant one, on
tho market today as It linn been for a
jwfrk pant Between bonrds Walalua
sold for IlJj even, thirty-five shares
changing hands at thin "bargaln-cnun.
An" figure, but It, strengthened a little
on the booni'lnd 113.R0 was bid there
without getting any Mock out at the
price, 11(1 being asked.
, (i Although ynlntia. In losing ground
nil' the lime, inventors overlooking what
many brokers claim Is the best thing
(Offered for a long time, tho other stocks
are fairly strong. Kcknha sold be
tween boards at 225, Onomea at 48.50
.and Hawaiian Commercial at to. 87 6.,
.. FIGHT UP AGAIN
That tho matter of how fruit should
be packed Is to bo taken up by tho
'marketing department Is tho decision
arrived at this morning after a con
forenco between Governor Krear, band
Commissioner Charles S. Jmlil nnd
W. M. Olffard, tho man who la now
leading tho fight against tho Medi
terranean' fruit fly.
Tho matter of tho passing of tho
necessary regulations by tho board of
agriculture was takon up and disciist
ed but everything Is only tentative at
the present tlmo and the details will
be worked out by Olffard later. As
soon as ho Rots settled down ho will
take a room out at tho experimental
station and direct tho whole of tho
fight from thorc.
GIRL DIES; PNEUMONIA;
HEALTH MEN INVESTIGATE
According to a wireless received byinnd Klslo Kapu, n minor by hor guard
tho board of health this morning front, Ian.
(President Pratt, a suspicious caso of Marry Mossmnn nnd Moses Hcen.
(pneumonia has boon found at Hono-
. 'illo and Insiwctor Bowman havo
gone 'over o Investigate tho cause,
tho' girl bolng dead. It Is not thought
that there Is anything radically wrong.
I Ho and Bowmnn.wlll bo hero Sat
urday 'morning' having finally planned
Jthclr schedule, This Is of courso un
less anything should turn up In con
nection with their present Investiga
tion that .should stop them.
f Advices from Tonga by tho steamer
Jl.ovuka, via FIJI, stalo, that, tho. jteam;
er Knight of St Ocorgo, which was
wrecked 'near Nukualofa, Tonga,
.about a month ago, Is almost sure ta
(become a, total loss. Somo 30,000
kworth of general cargo had been sal
jvagod, and there was somo two mil
Jlon feet of lumber still In the ship.
A submarine eruption Is said to havo
paused a largo stono to penctrato to
(he No. '4 hold.
J A Tonga correspondent writes:
"Thc Knight of St. Ocorgo Is still on
tho reef, with practically no hopes of
saving the hull. Tho cargo has been
aalved. .except tho. timber, and this
there Is no doubt has helped tho ship
from being In a worse Btato than she
is. Salving has been difficult and
costly, owing to tho distance (13
miles) nnd the small appliances for
carrying on such wotk. The' captain
and crew havo worked hard to do
everything possible Weather has
been also against tho quick salving
of the general goods, and tho petrol
launches have been continually break
Thomas H. Ball, leader of tho pro
hibitionists In tho recent statc-wldn
election In Texas, will be n candlduto
to succeed J. W. Balloy In tho Unit-
ed States Senate.
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Sanitary Commission Declares
Inspection Should Be
The sanitary commission lias found.
great number of the dairies of ,
noliilu In an absolutely Insanitary con-
lltlon," said n member of the commis
sion this morning, "nnd It Is time that
something was dono about It.
I refer particularly to the Japanese'
dairies. I do not say that all thoj Tho Wnr ncpartrncnl vcrj. ,C8r.
dairies are Insanitary, but tho facts are of cnrryng t tho many recom
thnt most of those wo visited show nl-nicml!,ong rccclvC(, ,Iurng thc pngl
most Indescribable conditions of nith,'vcnr to ncrcaBe thc strength of tho
and It Is certainly up to tho community I tomi)!lnv orB(lntatmlB. A11 lho ro.
to do something. ' ,., received during the field nner-
"Tho commission Is going Into thlntona of ,no pa8t spring on tho Mo-
thoroughly, nut mo commission iiscu
nas neiincr iunus nor power 10 pui u,f
Slop to ine carvicss xrny iu diiifuii-nt.-,
and some others, too, have of handling
their dairies. This Is a matter for tho
milk Inspector und tho Board of
"It doesn't need any particular spend
ing of money to clean up tho dairies.
There Is talk about calling a special
session of lho Legislature to appropri
ate money to carry out the commis
sion's recommendations, but hero Is
something the city nnd county nnd the
Hoard of Health can do right away,
without waiting for appropriation.
"Thu dairymen who don't keep their
establishments clean ought to be given
some practical lessons nnd shown how
to do It nnd, moreover, made to do It.
In one place wo found cows drinking
brackish water, tho stables fearfully
llllliy nnd thc filthy wnter running Into
n well. That's the kind of thing that
should bo stopped."
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Supremo Court this morning set
nsldo tho verdict of tho Circuit Court
In tho enso of Kaupcna against Knlo
two aspirants for admission to tho
legul pnifcsslnn sat for their cxamln
ntlons this morning. Ono was In tho
clerk's room of tho clrciilt court and
the- other In tho supremo court room.
Judgment was filed this morning in
tho circuit court in connection with
lho case of W. It. Kalacokekat against
lho Walluku Sugar company. Tho
matter was ono of cjcclmcnt nnd tho
Judgo gnvo a verdict for tho defend
ant with costs.
Bark Rlthtt ProoMda to-Sea.
Having taken on a quantity of bal
last, tho American bark II. P. Rithot
was dispatched for Ban Francisco,
snlllng for tho Coast at ten o'clock this
Tho nithet was hauled along sldo
lho quarantine wharf yesterday after
noon and thcro received a careful and
complete fumigation at tho hands of
tho officers In chargo of tho Federal
Captain Nllson, master of tho wind
Jammer, beenmo a benedict during his
stay at Honolulu, having Joined In
wedlock, Miss Klsla Vnll, who was
n,m,lw,,l smonr lho ,.0on -nr., In
., ...w .un..p,w.n '"tirom me reinemner nccouni. anu iiiih .
tho nithet to Honolulu. Mrs. Nllson
and her mother took passago for the
mainland in tho nithet this morning.
Helens Sailed for Hawaii.
Tho Intcr-lBland steamer Helcno
with shipments of lumber and ferti
lizer was dispatched for Hawaii ports
of call shortly after ten o'clock th!
morning. Tho vossel carried no pas
sengers. IIIOH RHKRIFK Wl 1,1,1AM HENIIY
nnd Martha! K. II. Hendry are expect-
0d to be back In Honolulu on Novera
bcr 10, according to a postcard ro
eolved from tho Sheriff.
(Continued from Paa 1)
derllos and a headquarters detach
ment of thlrty-thrco men; for each
tcglmcnt of Infantry, machine-gun
platoon Is fixed at twenty-ono men
,..,., BrmlB , nr,,.cll
(headquarters detachment seventeen
men. Tho object of tlieio regimen
tal headnuartcrs detachments Is
prevent tho detail of cnllstcl men j
from lho comninv organizations to
xIcan bor(er ln(calc ,lc ,iC!,rablllty.
n)t ncccgsly of keeping all troop,
battery and company orginlzatloni of
ltcgiilars at war strength. In order
to obtain tho men necessary for thW
rearrangement 1,000 men havo been
deducted from tho 8,000 heretofore
authorized for recruiting parties, ro-
emit depots and unasslgned recruits lrn' ,lml iho """'try !" dl-play-and
tho balance has hcen added to ' '" Placing her problem of I. prol
ific number heretofore authorized for
tno total of tho Army.
Tho recent order flxCB tho strength " """ is vi-mug me ic,.er co,-.
of tho Army at 77.523 men. which In- "ny ,l",t ,,lc 1"ll", U1,M k,,ko'1' "'", ''-'I
rludos a largo detachment at West w"""""''. Krom start to llnlsh I vvus.
Point, ordnnnco detachments, Indian " Ukc thc unhappy cow of h-l-ruH-
scouts, school detachments, military'1"' '"'"' l wn" K,vcn tt ""t..rlot- that
prison guards and electricians nnd
it air ii (jiiaiuo mill vivvviiviiiho nil i.
Signal Corps men, which makes a to- Ml '" ' ,,ov,ml" cttiru HvMerl-,
tal of 10,825 men on service olhcr!1 Pandemonltim Intensified! On ono
than with tho lino of tho Army. This l,tem Pmi'l' howling and snarl
gives for the annual fighting force nl ln" r I'1'" ' ' knew
lho Army, which is required to garrl- ''I"B "'' On the other ., medical
son the Philippines, Hawaiian Islands, fraternity (?aod save the m.irk-1
Porto nico, lho Pnnnma Canal Zono
nnd tho entire United States, a total
(Contlnusd from Pag 1)
A number Immediately got busy and
It Is valil that tliero was n stirring Hi
the Itepubllcun bechlvo which caused iOI1 r ,urnnK arguments us to whetb
nn expression of woe to mantle tho cr (ir n j i,,,,) 11My rK),t to monkey
brow of more thnn one political lioss. Hrimi nielr lumps. Then there enmo
In the meantime word hud been pass- n traiihfonnatlon scene that mndn
cd along the length of the avenue w hero jprkri nd Hyde look like the last
aristocracy reigns, and It Is said that BKP f i,,,,,!, worm. '.Yes! Yes' bc
Intcrested Nuuanultes Immediately got Knn tr( rXclalm u faction, 'ho has tho
Into touch with members of tho board.
Had Jupiter Pluvlus held olt today,
a forco of nearly ono hundred workers
would have been found engaged In tho
laudlhla enterprise of road building out
Nuuanti way. As It was. th moro
or less continuous rain prevented Ito.nl
Overseer Wilson from calling out tho
Thc cnuse of tho shortage of funds
In the special Niiunnu n.proprlatlon hi
asslgne.1 to tho custom of certain - on -
cerns in jionoiiiiu which are ucciiircii
dellmiuent In the presentation of their
claims against the city.
Tho iHhtril had been given to under
sianii nun someuuiiK use eignirt-ii
. . . .. . .. .... -..-.......
Ihundred dollars remained unexpended
- . -.,,
sum nnu ueen iransterreii in a small
appropriation for October.
have been well had not about tlfteen
miniiren uoiuirs in claims tor Atigusi
been jtresented a few days ago, tho
payment of which denuded tho Nuuanu
appropriation of Its sinews.
At tho office of tho roAd supervisor
jit was stated this morning that the,
thousand dollars now withdrawn from
the genera! fund will keep tho work
moving along on upper Nuuanu nvenun
until tho last of tho month, when u
fresh appropriation Is expected.
NOT HELPED BY
N (Continued from Paoo 1)
jiay were somewhat out of tho ordi
nary lino of travel. In Germany Mr.
Lowrcy saw something of tho sugur
"I felt sorry to seo tho effects of.lng I could till, nnd substantiate, many
tho drought." ho snld this morning. "Al-
though Huwall benclltH In higher prices
of sugar. Kuropo feels tho shortuga of
the crop very much. I was net in
much of thn beet sugar rcRlon, but
could seo that tho crop shortago was.
serious. "Hlnco beginning this article, I read
"Tho proposed lumber comblno would, with regret of Mr. !:. O. Mott-Hmlthro-seem
rather difficult In view of tho, slgn'ng from tho presidency of Hawaii's
late developments In tho trusts. Tho health department. I was glnd to note,
combine wns blocked by ono largo firm however, that the placo would bo tilled
refusing to go In with Pierce, though V a man fully as capable. Dr. Pratt,
It Is surprising tho number of people 'ho now reigns over Hawaii's health
ho hud lined up with him. hoard, Is well versed In sclcntlllo by
"Thcro Is no telling what this com-Ulene, nod It Is to bo hoped that ho
bine would havo mount to Hawaii If It
hud been successful, but It does not forts. May It fall to his, ndmlnlstrn
seem now ns If It run bo pulled.tlon to sen tho greatest health prob
through. Jem on tho country, leprosy, forever ill-
I "My trip was entirely for pleasure, vorced from politic."
you might say, and I paid so little nt- """"?SI5""
tentlnn to business affairs that I havo'
ery little to ay about business of In
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DR. O'DAY OUT
(Continued from fg 1)
"1,rrc " mn' ,m Mlkl' " ''' ""' ",,,l
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'uns as much unsought lis th.it which
' """ ,,v" "h ' . , '
greiu gnim oi ino venom oi in.ii hick
cnlng slime, profcHslonal Jealousy. I
"Asked to examine n number of tbo.
Inmates, I gave the opinion that mi fur
as n clinical cxainlnut'on could lie car
ried, thcro were no signs of iicthe lep
rosy. To have given n dellnitc opin
ion would have been ridiculous. I sug
gested that n thorough bacteriological
examination l imidij us n final test,
lleforo I knew It, the very nlr was till
led with thc llrcbninds of crltlcNin t'n-
consciously had I kicked n lamp over,
liniI immediately the political horizon of
t,p country was nglow with tho rellec-
rKtlt (,, my wn.,t )p prnses. We urn
no )onRPr i,iotuircliy.ubutifrco Aiiur-.
con cltlxens We havo nlways con-'i
i?nded that this leper colony was lmd-j
v rnn- T)l0 duct,,,,, ), ,Vc been
ninnlnc things here havo been loo
c-ownrdly to f.tnnd alone. I)r. n'lVtvluiH
tlio courage of his convictions, mid wo
nre going to light this thing with him
n tm nB troncli."
..y,, , ()t , , ,, rvtr hrpn
nnyll,tlB wrollK , llwllMi ,. ,H rn,,.
lenlly wrong, and to bear It declared
that I was to be supported to tho Inst
trench well, t hardly knew whether It
was war with Japan, or homo rulo In
ifi.nii ... ., i.rnaeiilar. I didn't
, , , ... ... , ...,
iwiunr nili-l 1 "" ill. ' J . " - ""
been chasing u phantom Untiringly
liiul I followed, nnd rlirlit where I least
., ,, iiimu. Hiicrter was mine.
M ,, , ,m(1 ,,., f(m,., wl
disappointment! Tnkn It from mo lis
one who knows, famo Is but u big
noise, any old noise. Just so It Is noisier
than all surrounding noises. And I bad
It. 'Oh! you Itoosevelt," thought I
ymlrM , i,r.
After telling about the examination
!,, 8 rvHUHn nr. 0.Dal. prrK.c(.(,.
"A stranger In a strange land, It ufc
not for me to know how much (sdltlcs
figured In n matter that ordinarily be
longed to scientific men. And what nt
llrst seemed to bo tho resistance of
guilt, later proved to bo'incra polities.
"That I Indulged In contras foreign
to my usual conduct, I do not deny.
Thn man In whom tho spirit of'nntng-
onlsm run not be raised Is not of tho
kind that succeci'
"Hut even In war certain limits aro
recognized. It Is only tho gorilla who
has no respect for thu limitations that
holds us Just at tho approach of bru
"As an example of this kind of fight-
stories, but they havo no placo hero,
My plen now Is that Hawaii will somo
day draw u line between her lepers und
her politicians und to each Issue tho
command, 'Keep on your bldo of that
will bo liberally supported In his cf-
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widow of lho Into T. II. Murray.
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thirty-odd je.iru, and had u largo lr-
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n most act ho part In tho revolution
that downed tho old monarchy. :iha
leaves n large family of children to
mourn for her, throe sons and thteo
daughters, Charles V. Murray, Sup
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