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Health is like any inheritance You can spend the interest
in work and play, but you mustn't spend the principal Geo,
THIS FIGHT SY0l)R FIGHT.
Honolulu loiluy Is fiielng facta Unit cull for (lie united work of every
resident of tlie City anil County.
A yellow fever cast- lias been discolored. A man linn been stricken
dov.il. A part of tbo city Iiiih been endangered. A condition exists that
menaces the entire city.
Thanks to prompt, Intelligent, vigorous work on the part of tliu Fed
eral and Territorial health authorities, the menace has been cheeked at
Its beginning. Uvory precaution that medical knowledge ran tako Is being
taken; every weapon that science knows Is being brought Into use to make
this ense the llrst and last In Honolulu's history.
There Is absolutely no cause for general alarm A "jellow fever scare"
at this time, would be utterly foolish. Kvery fact In the matter Is available
to the public, and at no time will tit.y attempt be made to suppress either
the actual news or any disquieting conclusions to be drawn therefrom.
The facts up to this afternoon do not warrant alurni as to the safety of
the city's residents. It Is extremely doubtful If another case appears, and
the thorough preventive measures taken to see that the disease cannot
spread ure themselves the most effective for reassurance.
Uut the gravity of the situation Is this, that the menuce of yellow fever
will alwu)s shadow the city of Honolulu until Honolulu wakes to the Im
portance of stamping out the mosquito. And the tlmo to stamp It out Is
Years of warning on the part of the health authorities and the press
liae not yet brought to the cltlcns the stern necessity of action on the
part of each Individual. And yet the carelessness of one man or one
woman today may mean yellow fever tomorrow.
It Is time that the men and' wbirten, jes, and the children, of this city
awoke to tho knowledge that the safety of their homes and their city de
pends on their own efforts.
Ten men In the lloatd of Health's "mosijiilto squad" cannot guard
'our home, Mr. llusluessman, as It needs to be guaided today. Ten times
that number cannot do It. Money alone cannot do It. Men and money and
science will fall unless the people shake off their lethargy and mako this
The thing to do Is to look after your own premises nnd see that your
neighbor looks after his. Don't throw uwuy jour tin cans, to 1111 with
water In a vucant lot and breed mosquitoes by tho thousand. Don't let
barrels of water become alive with the wrigglers. Don't let the terrible
llttlo Btriped day-mosqulto breed in your gutters, or under your houses, or
In pools of water in your y.nds. livery wriggler may mean a case of the
fever in your own house.
This Is no time to sit with folded hands nnd blaino the Hoard of
Health; nor to rest In fancied security because there is a lkmrd puld to
guard the health of the city. No city In Honolulu's situation Is guarded
except by the work of every person In It.
If tho Individual will do Ills share, the victory will bo quickly won.
The Hoard of Health must have cooperation; and It Is more than probabio
that Its forces must be strengthened by some means the Territorial olllclals
will devise. The commercial bodies havo u duty, too, and that duty Is to
back up the Hoard so that when its orders are given, TIIKY WII,I. UK
It will be the glory of Honolulu If within the next few months tho yellow-fever
mosquito Is practically eradicated. It will bo the shamo of Ho
nolulu If tho mosquito Is allowed to may, and that Bhame, Mr. Citizen, will
be your shame!
of our old friend
A President without u legal right to
vote would be a novelty In American
Searchlights promise to become pop
ular appliances for wharves In this
It's u good net that President Jor
dan Is already revising his opinion
"that the Manehur: lire doomed.
Here's hoping tho latest news of the
Pacific fleet proves correct and that
Housekeeper. Losh, me laird, yo'll
no have askct all time folks to stop
the night? There Isnu beds for the
liulf o' them.
I.ulrd. Hoots, woman! Dlnnu fusli
yersel. (lie them plenty whisky and
thoy'll Hud beds for thumsols.
Did 'Un (sarcastically). Then jou
don't believe In the benefit of woik, I
Young 'Un. Don't I, though? If the
old guv'nor hadn't worked like u horse
all his life, I nhouldn't have whut I
nlnecl t I he Poatotbc. u Honolulu
m lectinitlut rattler
.OCTOBER 30, 1911
the fleet comes
within the next two
Italy racing u Holy wur Is an ex
tremely different proposition from
Italy facing a few badly-manned forts
on the Tripoli coast.
So far the Inter-state Commerce
Commission has failed to declure ex
cesslve the rates on shipping labor
union dynamite from point to point.
Labor In tho AlcNnriiuru caBo lb put
ting up Its usual ay that the judge Is
unfair, One of the. things that muku
labor unions to disliked Is their un
Tattered Tim. I've boon trampln'
four j ears, ma'am, and' it's all 'cause
I heard the doctors recommended
vvulkin' us the best exercise,
Mrs. Pi lui Well, the doctors are
right. Walk along.
First Multilist I have driven a car
fur two years and I've never yet run
Second Motorist (disgustedly). Why
don't you quit trying, and hiie u
EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, OCT.
vnrjlng linblt of attacking anyone who
takes a stand opposite to their own.
Divorce tangles will tontlnue In Hit-
wall until the marriage regulations
are amended. An attempt made dur
ing the last legislature wns squelched,
but tho next leglslatuie will prob
ably take It tip.
Harvard's football team was not
caught napping by little Drown this
jear. The experiences of the past few
seasons hno taught the "lllg Kour"
coaches the folly of treating tho
Hrovvn game ns u practice affair.
(odd Democrats In Hawaii are con
ceding Taft u renomlnatlou hut de
claring that either Wilson or Harmon
can beat him lit the polls. Meanwhile,
good Republicans have not conceded
the nomination of either Wilson or
There seems to be grent difference
of opinion us to whether the Hllo
wharf plans liuve been public or not.
Superintendent Campbell maintains
that they have. The other sldo says
It never understood these plans were
the ones that would llnally be consid
ered, nnd that the proposed agree
ment Just given out would put an en
tirely different light on nny set of
CITIZENS MEET TO
TALK OVER PLANS
(Continued from Pag 1)
.1 day watchman on board tho vesRcl,
and worked from Saturday, Oct. 21,
until hist Wednesday, Then lie ask
ed for n lay-off and was allowed one,
but under tho quarantine servlco or
ders, was supposed to stay at Hie
(lu.irantlne station, lnrtead of doing
this, he left the station and went tn
his home In Kallhl. Ills nbsenco was
dlscoveied Friday morning at roll
call of tho guatcls and ho was found
at his home, ill with jeliovv fever. He
was nt once removed to tho quaran
Prompt Action Taken.
The finding of tho case stirred the
federal and teirltorlal olllclals to In
stant notion. Suliuday morning the
quarantine station was visited by the
combine,) medical forces ntiil Aliopoko
was examined. Yellow fever was
practically determined then.
l'rompt measures wore taken to
protect tho part of the city where
AhopoKo lived. An area of two or
three blocks around his home will be
"depopulated," all tho poipie takn
to the quarantine station, the tices,
ehrubbery nnd grass cut down, nnd
the entlro mosquito squad Is now at
work there. Uvcry mosquito will be
killed or driven out. The houses will
lie fumigated nnd tho area rendered
Tho daylight mosquito does not
travel much and nlwajs seeks the
shade. Ileure It Is believed that the
emergency measures of iloKpumtlug
Iho Immedlato vicinity of Ahopoko's
home will be sufficient.
The guard wns on tho vessel about
four hours before-tho fumigation took
place. Ho was bitten either by a
mosquito Hint attacked him before
the fumigation, or ouo that escaped
the fumigation, the latter being rath
er unlikely. It Is certain that tho
mosquito was brought nil Iho way
from South America.
Tho only danger, Iho medical auth
orities believe, to tho city from this
case Is that Aliopoko might have been
bitten by ti dav light mosquito on Ills
wuy from tho quarantine station to
The nutritive value of
MILK needs no argument.
But you must needs look
to tho PURITY of milk.
Otherwise, milk may bo
much more harmful than
Our milk is pure to be
gin with, owing to our san
Then it is electrically
treated, to eliminate any
chance of contamination,
and sealed In bottles.
You take no chances.
$400.00 Given Away
We will present purchaser of one of
our properties in Kahh! with 1100 to
make the first payment on a property
which we have
For Sale at
There are two tots planted in grass,
shrubs, trees. House has 7 rooms and
is modern (near cars).
on listed stocks or on improved
We buy and sell Slocks and
Bonds, and mako Investments for
others In approved Trust Securi
ties. WK SHAM. 11K PI.nASKD TO
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
Office is open tvtry night until eleven
for the receipt of ships' messages. Oth-
messages received on week days
from 7 a. m. to 5i30 p. m., and on
Sundays from 8 to 10 a. m.
You can get money. Carry
WELLS, FARGO &. CO.'S
Ills home but this Is very Impiobihlc.
The "dungcr zone" mound his homo
Is to he surrounded by n bathed wire
fence ami the roads leading to It will
bo guarded Tor two months at least
this will he the center of the incut
caieful mosquito fight tho city has
ever known ami II Is Imped by that
lime to lemovo alt danger of tho ills
"There Is to ho
a meeting at tho
The Gibraltar of the Pacific
SO 8AY THE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS OF THE
We have for sale a valuable estate fronting on the East Loch
of Pearl Harbor, having a frontage of 209 feet and a depth of
250 feet. The lot is set with large trees and with flowering shrubs.
The main house, a bungalow, has an entrance lanai 40x40 feet,
a living room 28x40 feet, eight sleeping rooms, dlningroom and
pass-pantry, a semi-detached kitchen and two bath-rooms. A
commodious guest-cottage with bath-room and servants' quar
ters in the same enclosure.
Adjoining this there is another large lot on which there are a
large stable, a garage and servants' house) there is also a water
lot 209x400 feet, which assures a permanent access to deep water
the whole comprising a most complete establishment.
Tbe East Loch has recently been selected as the fleet anchor
age ground by the Navy Department.
&ii .Jujfc A,
- I . iiriw- -i , , . U -
is thi; HHCIllJT OV OOlt
Frank A. Wood, expert
operator, attends to all sit
tings. Best equipped studio in
Honolulu. The work is
Bet. Bethel and Fort
University Club" said tho (Inventor
'his morning, "at which tho matter of
whether the citizens should lake a
hand will be dlteiissed.
"The boanl of health started fumi
gation opeiatlous jostcril.ty nttcinoon
and this morning the houso In which
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IIIC7 III. Ill II1CH I1IIIIICI MOIJ .IH 111.11 lll.
The Inspectors found cockroaches and!
other Insects, all dead, but they have
I ol yet found any iniiMiuItoes. They
will make n search for these hut they
me haicl to discover us they are
annul ami the house Is dnrl: on ac
count of the way In which It Is pasted
over with paper for fumigation pui-
"The house will be given two moie
fumigations as will nlso bo done with
every houso In tho district. All small
shacks, such us water closets, ebb''
en coops, etc., will bo lorn down nnd
inltfta. . king,. , ,. u-i, Mht. . i...
I this will also bo done with Hie open
Hume Ilia' inns tliiotlgh the dlsttlct
mid which was built nt the tlmo of
the plague outbrcnk when the ciim,i
was used to keep people In
l'nch house will be caiefully pasted
up so ns to make It nlr light. Then
canvn.s will he fastened underneath
nnd covered with paper ns nn extra
precaution. Sulphur Is being used nn 1
In extrn strong quantities so that ev
erything will he killed. All the trees
me being cut down so that tho mos
quitoes will bo deprived of the shndo
and will i'o Into the houses wheie they
limy he the moie easily killed,
"Kver.v tiling Inside the houses Is
being taken uut and over to tho quar
antine st.illou. Tho peoplo nro not
allowed to dike anything with them,
however, as It Is thought Hint mos
quitoes might possibly get across loo.
everything Hint has to bo destrojed
Is being caiefully appraised before
baud mi that there can bo no trouble,
i In nnswer to a question ns to whe
ther or not theio hud been nny moie
cnscii repotted the Governor said that
there could not be any more for about
j The abovu facts were given In by
President Piult of the board of he.iH'n.
Dr. Itaiuus was nlso supposed to mako
' ii it'tiorl hut could not bo found In
time. No cnblo lias been lecelved by
tlie Governor fiom tho mainland.
! Army Surgeon Oilers Aid.
.Major T. Jl. Kennedy, chief surgeon
of tho uriiiy foices here, called on
the Governor this morning In ordci
to get acquainted with the facts. Dur
ing the visit lie offcied any assistance
that he could give tovvaids helping In
Big Force at Work.
1'ieshlelit Pratt of Iho board of
health this moiuiug stated that atl
the available force Is to work at Ku
lllil during loilay ami that they weie
also closing down Iho load leading
lulo the place.
The ease of a Chln.imnu vfbo owns
a stole thcie was hioiight hefoio him
this moiuiug by Supervisor Ani.iua
on, the pieshlenl stated that the in in
could lemove all his goods to quar
antine, under the supervision of Hie
iitKpcrtois ami start u store Ihcio. It
would be :i collide of months befoie
he could go b.ick ug.ilti and then It
was very doubtful If ho would hu til
lowed to build theio again. A couple
of tents me to he piovbled at qu.ir
untitle If he needs them.
Under orders from Superintendent
of I.'diieatlou Willis T. Pope Hie Kn
llhl-kal hchool Is to he closed tod.i.v
mid iiiiniigcmculs nto to be nnde fo
bousing Iho children In Mime otho
locality ns he thinks that it will hi
belter for them to ho at school than
I uniilng mound,
The marine luseb-ill enthusiasts from
I'limp Viij look ii Hip out to I'nit
Shtifler yesliidiv ufleriiooii uiul c.ip
liiml ii vlctoiy from the Second ln
riintr.v to the time of 7 to .". Tbegiuno
was a gooil one. unit vvns played with
but few in nrs on elthir side. It can
not tie B.c Id, however, Unit It was one1
of their Imh'-liiiaillh New' Vnrk-I'hil-
adelphl.i affairs, but, considering lhn
(iiiicllllou of the diamond out at Port
Shelter, the Kiel no e.eu l.e piiiuounitd
Interesting and exciting.
Line-Up Was Good.
Illnes of the mat lues, who made u
lecord for himself In Honolulu during
the .Military League ilus, pitching the
,.,,.,,,. M 1
lasting n pulutleeii titid
i gelling for the half wits the mime of
I . , . . ,.
M Skeeterskoot W
j wild, inn YuiJit iiiiUHi: or II
ljw ' AlliSOUlTOCH DO NOT TAKH Sj
JMJ Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., ill
lUl FORT AND HOTEL STREETS IMl
WHOLE sir FAMILY
bring the strongest trnin In the Mill
tar) League, handled the pill and did
It III the real old stle.
Klbbey of t'oiiipiiny K, Second In
fantry, bus done feme pitching him
self throughout the Htntcr. In military
circle m, nnd was ver popular nt Port
I). A Itimsell, Wjn, for his star twirl
ing. Klbbey never fell below hlsptniid
urd ) cHlcriln)', pitching un Ideal giimq
of bail. The batting order for the mi
rlncx vviim: Italph, Hi ; I lines, p.; Mc
Carthy, 2b. Sinclair, e; Johnson, ef.;
llromin, If.; Mine, s.; Prbr, rf.i Ma
Second Infantry Hums as.; Kent
nor, rf.i dimming, 2I ; Klbbey, p;
Whltnkcr. c.j Holt, cf.: Prlmir, 3b:
Cuiidie, llij Thomas. If.
Murines 13001000 27
Infantry 2 2 n o 0 1 0 0 o-3
BOY EXPERIMENTER HURT
Tim tinchlng of i-lr-ini ntnry physics
at the I'ohliknluii H.'lincd bus lie en dls
nslriiiiM for Jon Ilurns, for tills morn
ing, vvhlbi currying out an expel Inient
fur bliiixilf, he iiiiimu,'cil to blow most
of the llcvh on his Index linger and
thumb. One side of his light foot w.n.
The stnry told bv him In n curious
one, for It Is doubtful If anything of
the pott has been heard of before. Hi,
stnlid Hint lin was llxlng mi i In trie
.lottery to run n bill at his home. He
hail two Kinnll dry batteries, both of
which were old. As soon us he matin
Hie couneitloii they burst nnd turn the
MeMi cilT bis hatids.
Time Is tin fable nbimt the damage,
for tin re weie pieces of llesh unci sp.it
Jem of blond nil over the dlspi usury
Hour this morning Joe sas that he
will be more careful In future when
bundling such tilings.
You'll agree with us that we
have the best assortment of
Scarf Pins you have ever seen.
Tho variety includes all the
various stones beautifully set in
gold or platinum.
Hera you will be able to satisfy
yourself In both design and
Chas. R. Frazier
Phonr 1371 122 King- Bt.