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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 19)1.
( t-.ititc SIiiIhI,
1 1 oiin I ii t it Chapter Vlnrk
ll.i t:ill.nt- 'llilnl Hemic.
6ATUHDAY: l'Irit llogrie.
All tIiUIdk merobirn ol tk
Order are. cordially invited to
attend meetings nf local ledge
Jftet on th
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 F. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0thei Auo
BENEFICIAL ASSIATIQH. ciatiom ccr.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every first nnil third Tuesday
or each iiHinlli In F.-ntcrnlty Hall, I. O.
I) ! building. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited tn nllrnil.
W J. ItOHINSON. Sachem.
11 V. TODD, 0 of It.
I0H0LULU LOME, 616. B. P. 0. X.
Honolulu Lodne No. 1, B. P. O.
elks, meets In tbelr hall, on King
Itreet, near Kort, every Friday tvt
olng. Visiting Urotliert are cordially
'nrlttd to attend.
d p. it. isr.N'nnno, n. n.
ai:o t. Ki.uuai:!.. sea
McKINXEY LODGE. NO.
K. of P.
Metci every 2nd and 4th 8aturday
Ttnlng at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot P.
Hall, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Visit
ing brothera cordially Invited ti at
tend. F. F. KILBET, 0. C.
E. A. JACOHSON, K. H. 8.
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Trldny nt
-So. o'clock, I'ythlan Hall, corner llere
tanla nnd Tort streets. Visiting broth
ers cordlully Invited to attend.
s. Di:cKi:ii, c. c.
o. liniNi:. k. of n. & s.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Mitts on second and fniiith Wednes
day owning of each month nt 7:30
o'clock, In San Antunlo Hull, Vineyard
street, ue.ir Kniiiiii Visiting brothers
qrn lu lied to ntt-nd
1'. HlttOINK. W 1'.
VM - M'l'OV. Soey
Importer Fort St
COIHtHf'T STM.HS AND I'ltK'KS
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposito Younn Hotel Phone 3088
i mm .
DECEIVED ex S. S. Lurline, the lat
est styles in LINGERIE, EVEN
ING COATS, and EMBROIDER
ED MARQUISETTES in boxes. All
kinds of novelties.
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNG BUILDING
New Pattern Hats
BOSTON BLOCK - FORT STREET
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS"
1027 Nuuanu 8treot
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Ladies' and Men's Hats Reasonably
NOW IN SIGHT
A pleasure ciulso of tin rnclllc,
touching at all of tlic irltu'linl Hirtn
inch as Hawaii, Now Zealand, Samoa,
FIJI,. Australia, Japan, China nnd Ala
ullii seems to bo an nssurcd feature
for Hit? fiitiue, Woid wan loeelvoj
ostoidn liy llio Ilntnts-Aronnd-lhc
Fncillo I'lnli to the effect Unit Pcioy
Hunter mill Frank Clnik. of tin- round
the world fame, liad come to nn un
derstanding on the inlilcct Hunter
"I have had my yarn with Frank
Clark hero and liu ugtces with us
iliai the business Is heic to he got
but that II mints going after He is
i,ulng to put the While Star Arable on
UK iniiud-lhc-wnrld tour again next
oar ami Is iiultu propaiod lo put u
special lt'iiiud-llio-l'nclllc cruise In
opei.itlon taking In Honolulu nnd the
Islands, New Zealand, Samoa, Fiji
iislrnlln, Japan, China, Manila, nnd
back to San Francisco. I am looking
Into It and will try In the menu time
some Pacific patties on n smaller
(Continued from Page 1)
u t: :: :: :::::::: :t :: n n w
!J A nieiuhor of the citizens' com- tt
:: mltteu named to hauillo the mux- ti
:: ipilto campaign rushed Into his tt
eHlco Ihls inclining nnd found on tt
:: lily desk a memorandum that tt
;: meant a big nnd prontnblo piece tt
: of business to him If ho could tt
I! handle It Immediately. tt
tt He did nut hesitate nn Instant, tt
tt Turning to lila stenographer, he tt
:: said: tt
tt "Call up Mr. So-and-so nnd tell tt
tt 111 in that I cannot take up the tt
tt matter. I have been named on tt
tt the citizens' committee nnd nm tt
tt giving nil of my tlmo to It. I tt
tt urn sorry, but I cannot help him." tt
tt That's the spirit that Is moving tt
:: the citizens In this fight. Are tt
tt )nu willing to do jour share? tt
tt tt tt tt n n tt tt tt tt tt tt tt a tt tt n c
wy mllce has been put on the work
iilnl Is to do nothing else until this Is
It Is planned by the Hoard of Health
to have live hundred men start oui
from the seiiKbore nnd work ninukn,
cleaning all snare lots nnd liny special
inoxiiulto-hrccdlng places In the houses,
they tome to. Many of the yunls
around Honolulu Homes ure seml-juu-
gle, nnd these will be elenned right out.
This morning u search was nisdo of
the town fur maps of the city, nnd from
thesii the Mirwy ulllee will tompil? the
large limp that Is to lie used for the
I'liinpalun The Idea Is lo Jl.ivo the
whole city on one map so that thpivcrk
ran bo traced each day and there will
I e no danger of It overlapping.
The work of the laborers will lo
('ml. eil up nn the map and thus thorn
In eluirgit will be ulilii to obtain n
Ini lt yi view of tliu situation.
The health of the city Is tn 1 llrst.
nnd nothing that breeds mosquitoes
will be spared. The men will work
under1 leadirs, nnd tliew will illnct
I hem ns to what they are to cut . lit.
This Is to lie done so that there will bo
im Indiscriminate cutting.
Chief Surveyor Willi was with tlu
(lovernor this morning, nnd tbn vl ele
liinttir of the survey olll.-e doing tills
work was gone Into. The iii'Mipiito in
spectors nro nlso, It Is jiule-.ilinl, l
ba called Into requisition uffr tb yun
I'.roiiKb with tbi light n: Kil'l.l, and
will help In the capacity of lunns.
Special Setiton Unlikely.
"II Is of mi like culling for a special
session of the Legislature," said the
(ioMinor Ibis morning, "until no have.
something to place, before them. If
they were railed now they would only
have to discuss tho plans, whereas
whnt ue want is to lune our plans
le.'idy to lay before them 111 n cut-mid-dried
BY URGENCY OF CASE
Tho business men's: meeting hold
jostordny afternoon In tho makal
pavilion of the Young Hotel was a
notable one. About 150 of tho vory
foremost business men of llio city nt-
tonded, und tlio meeting was marked
thioiighoiit by Intense earnestness
mid anxiety to got down to u working
basis In tho mosquito fight as soon as
President C. I. Spalding of tlio
Chamber of Commerce und President
V.. O. Whllo of tho Moichnnls' Asso
ciation piosldcil. Tho meeting was
called to order and President Spald
ing In lolly put heforo tho meeting tho
fact Hint action In stamping out the
mosquito is now Impel ntivo, and that
the services of tho commercial bodies
wero ut the illsiHisnl of tlio govern
ment : . .
"Thorn Is nothing vory new In
connection with the yellow fever
matter this morning," said the
! (lovernor. "The Hoard of Health
Is proceeding with Its work at
Knlilil along the same linos ns it
stnrted on and moro men huve
been put on.
"The survey department Is to
! go exclusively Into tho work of
getting roudy tho sanitary sur
! vey miip for uso in connection
! with tho movement that Is being
! organl.eil to clean tho town, Wo
will know moro this aftornonu
: when tho cltlreus' committee
nuikes Its report."
g g f. . j. , f j. . .
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE
A,H. FLEET TONNAGE TO TOTAL
NEARLY A QUARTER OF A
Addition of New Freighters Bring Number to Twenty-Three
Steamers All Over Five Thousand Tons Inter-Island
Steamers Arrive With Few Passengers Persia on Way.
With the completion of flo largo
cargo cairlers for tho Ainerlcnn-Hn-wnlinii
lino of which mention has licrn
mailo In the columns of tho Hull o
1 1 n. Hint stenmshlp company will
,ne twenty-three big freighters In
service, each being ot over fifty thou
"The Amerlcan-llnwnllnn will have
1'31.000 lloatlng tonnage with tho com-
pletluu of tho big vessels soon to bo
under construction nt tho Maryland.
Bteel Company yards." so stnted C. IV
Morse, tho local general fielght ngeutj T,0 ,RHnRo leisiited ns having
for the line. I been completed hv the little schooner
"Wo will then possess a fleet In- Alu iilch urrlvcl at Cidnmhla Hlv
cludlng Ihlrteen twelve-thousand ton er l()rtH ,m .Munday Is cnnsldeivd n
steamers, eight elglit-tliousnnd Ion nsl ()llt,( t1G x,.sst.i having left Kn
vessels nnd two rrelghleis of flvo i,i 0M Oct. llth.
housand five hundred ton. m
Tho now vessels will bo of tlio Vlr-' Fue, on Fop Mau, plantations,
glnlaii nnd Alaskan class fitted In. a qunnlity of fuel oil Is being dls
every way for the expeditious haii-'clmrf,e(, nl Kanlli iilcli nuHcd on
filing Ol lurKU CillKin.-n. Hi) iiu iiu
III the eight thousand clnss of ves
sel the Isthmian, Honolulu!!, Ainerl
enn, Callfiirnlati, aeorglan, Hawaiian,
Kcntucklnn and Orcgonlnii. Of these
several are engaged In tho Atlantic
In the Nevadnn nnd tho Nchrasknn
wo have the only small size freighter
and these are over und nbovo flvo
According to advices lccelvcd by
General Freight Agent Morse, tho now
vessels will be named Minnesota!!,
Dnkotnn, Monlannu, ranamlun and
The new st9aincrB nro to attain a
speed of fourteen knotn and aro said
nuoui one minion uoiiais
Chlvo Away Greene Still Slnale.
Tho Tovo Kl8en Knlshn liner Chi-
yo Mnru with over two bundled Asia-
tic passengers Joining (hut vessel ut
this iKirt. sailed shoitly after five
o'clock Inst evening for Yokohama,
Shanghai nnd Hongkong, with Cai-
tain William Woodus (Irccno on tliu
hrldgo, and still a single man accord-1 e
lug to all reports. 'AGRICULTURE BOARD
Ills failure lo secure a two months' HUniUULI Unc DUHHU
leave of absence has caused n suddeiil IU IVlhtl I UMUKnUW
halt of tho wedding of the captain of,
the Oriental liner Chlyo Mnru, und' A meeting of tho hoard of agilcul
Miss (ierlruilo A. Miicfurlniie, memher turu has been culled for touionow
of tho exclusive set of Snn Franclscu
According to tho Snn Francisco
f I lends of Captain (Ireoue ho had ar-
ranged tn leave on n world lour with
his hrldo Immediately after tho ring- other ports, outsldo of 1 1 1 lo. l'oi min
ing of tho wedding bells. Captain' Mini was given some lime ugo for II
Urecno had been tentatively promised,
a leave of nbsenco for two mouths.
Captain dreeiio called at the nlllco
of tho steamship company tn get, ns
ho thought, foimnl notlco of ii loiivo
Unit would make his lound-tho-world
honeymoon tour possible. Instead ho
louiid u unto from Mmiuger W. II.
Aveiy that Ills request hud boon de
Small Cargo In the Persia.
Tho Pacific Mall Intermediate
steamer Peisla Is reported lo huve
sailed from Yokohama jestorday with
ilchllntttlmi us Snn Francisco by tho
way of Honolulu. Tho Peisla will
in lug In tho neighborhood of four
bundled tons fielght Horn Oiloutal none lots I here. These nro the bench
XirtH to bo discharged lieie. A few mid homestead lots Just this side of
la.) over passengors may uriivo In llio Kuko Head.
vessel which Is expected heie ou or I .Mr Judd stated this mm plug that ho
about Nuvcinbcr Dili. Ithougbt llure was mine more land
IU Ihde that could bo opened up mid thai
Sugar and Pines Leave the Islands. f tin re was then It might Just us well
Shipments of sugar destined for tho be put through with the other lots, an
Kast const of llio United States und nouncoment of which wus inadi) some
pineapples for Europe, nro Included lu.tlnio ago. They will bo homestead
n lingo caigo "which Is reporter! to places, llm size of which will not be
have left Illlo lit tho Amorlcan-lln- known until the hind has bieu looked
wallan freighter Nehrusknn nn last up.
Satuidny. At Sallna Cruz tho con- ten
slgiiinent of Hiiwullan products will
l.'C IIIDII lUllll'll HI il UiUIIUi 1 ', aivuiii'
for all parts of tho
Sierra Maintained Big Lead.
Cnhln ronnrlu niiiiniiiion llio arrival
of tho Sierra nt San Francisco nt the (inurnor's olllco between tliu heads
4:30 Tuesday morning, with tho Mill- of the departments Interested In tbo,
son Navigation steamer I.uillno fol- scheme. I
lowing nt r:30 that morning. Thoi Tim maps nro nonily through now, I
Lurline salted fiom Honolulu at bIx nnd It Is thought that within llm next
o'clock on tho afternoon of Oct. 2llh few days llm dellnltii location of Ihe
whllo llio Sierra wns dispatched ut toustuots will lmvu been fixed on,
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
!Mont Rouge Wines
o'clock the following morning. The
Sierra landed the Hawaiian malls.
Helene Will Carry Supplies.
The Intel -Island stenmer lleleno is
to bo dispatched for koholnleK Pie
r.ullo, Kukalau, Uiiipahochoo nnd Pa
naaloa on or about noon today Ink'
lug shipments of feitlllzcr, lumber
nnd other Hues of supplies
wall. Tliu enrol will carry
Ari.i Made . Quck pattaae
Monday In Ihe American tanker Santa
PUT PROBE IN
I Attorney D.ui Case has arrived from
Maul with, Il Is understood, the Inten
; tlmi of sticking the proi further Into
tb,. mattir nf tbo iillegcl wrong pro-
leedlngs In niunectlon with the last
election mid u lertaln uncinct on thnt
luillots had be
cast, and iu, n conKiqueiicii the giund
Jury took tbo question up nnd started
inwsiiguiions. it mis got so rar wun
the matter that It has given orders for
the pieclnit box to bo opened und the
whole of tho mutter thoroughly gone.
morning nt ten o'clock when several
Iinpoit.iut matters mo to conui up,
I The board has been nsked to con
shier the matter of allowing blilpnienls
of ixil to go fiom Honolulu lo Hie
to go then', They will go Into llm
luosllon am give their decision.
The question of tho fruit Hv icgu
lulions may also he touched upon but
they will not be denlt with ns nt Ihe
picsent time, tho nlloruey gouciul Is
engaged 111 putting tlioui Into shape
The packing of bnuiiniiH and ulso their
clean culture will nlso be dealt wllh
PLAN OPENING OF
Surveyor Willi, I-'ind Commissioner
Cli.nles s. Jiidd und Chief Clerk Joshua
Tinker lcuw for Koollouoii on Friday
to look Into the miilter of opening up
SOON TO BE SETTLED
Purlin r work wus done In connection
with tho Punchbowl lands this nioin
lug. when il coufeionco wns held III
Temperatures -l! u. in.
7!; 111 n. in., 81; noon,
.. 70; 8 "n. in.,
Ilaiomeler, 8 n, in., .10.01; absolute
tumidity, 8 n. in., fi.i8S grains per
cubic foot; tclnllvo humldll), 8 n. in.,
Bl per cent; dow point, 8 n. in., fit).
Wind. il a. in., velocity , dliectlon
R; 8 ii. ni.i velocity i). direction (: in
ii. in., velocity fi, dlicctlnn U; noon,
velocity 0, direction NI?.
' llulnfiill dm lug 21 hours ended 8
n. in., none.
Tolul wind movement dining 21
hours ended nt noon, !l; miles.
VESSELS TO AND '
(Special I'alile lo .Merehanls'
V)'iliirilii), Vol ember I.
Sl'VA, FIJI Sailed, Oct. Ill, p. in., S.
S. Mm lima, for Honolulu
S. H. Tcnyo Main arrives from Yo
kohuimi (Alnkea wharf) nhnilt 111 u
m. tomorrow', and sails for San
Francisco Pililay morning,
I'ennlth for new buildings and re
pairs and nltcratlons Issued by ltulld
ing and riiiinblug Inspector Mlehlsieln
iluVIng tho niotitli of Octobtr, 1911, ap-
pro.icli the one hundred thousand mark.
However, tho llgures do not eiii.il tluisii
I'otnpllid for business ilono the previous
month by sevtrat thousand dollars.
II, tile month of (letolHT. permits for
vwiik ninouutlng to tal.0.11 for new
billlillugs nnd tin.riSS were Issued 'It
the building und plumbing Inrpei tor's
ofllce. IVos for Hie month totaled
251.TO ngnlnst t::'J.70 for tho month
The llgures nt hand for September
show that new buildings for Hint pe
riod nmounted to tll9.lni.Mi. while re
pairs and alterations ilgurid up toJU'.-
At noon today scvernl permits had
been Issued for tho erection of Jow
prlccd new dwellings
One hundred and eighty-seven per
mits were Issued In September ngnlnst
ono liunilieil nnd four for October.
Ji. n o wit a a t
em ana throat
relief in bronchi'
tit anil asthma.
Sure to be the greatest sensation ever produced here
Mysterious in the extreme
Marvelous beyond description
Don't miss seeing this great act
Miss May Edith
I'or stmr. Clnudlno, from llawnlli
and Mnill isirls, Nov. f. A i.irllei,
W. P. Mnrtln, II. (lonunii, 11. S. Slmp-
son, W. (1. Chalmers. .1. (loiuez. .1. ('
Koreluicr, II. Ah Cluing. S. (Isnkl, W i
Unbolt, II. .1. McM'rs, T ('. H.lMes, O I
Siiinlur, II. Ilehr, Jllss I?. I.Injil, F. J.
I.lbby, I). II. Case, Miss A. M. I.lbbv.i
A. Aun, C. II. Iliown, A (1 Horn, I).
KuhiuoKiihilil and 21! deck. ,
l'or Klmr. I.lkellke. fioin Kmnl,
noils, Nov. 1. Mrs, C. Olson. C. Ol
son, K. (lisirgo, Mrs. (leoige, K. H.i
mnuo nnd 18 duk.
i i' ssii.M! i:its Tioith i: i
lcr stmr. Clainllne, for Hawaii via
Maul polls, Nov. :i -A. I). Ilaldwln,
Mis ll.ildwlu, W. O. Smith, Miss M
II. Mnssoy, Mis. ,1. II. Hobeils II. C
Mossmali. Dr. Noltago, ,1. ('. (loiigei
Mrn. (longer, M. C. Martin. A Tavls.
V. M. Iletlelicourl, Miss Couch, Mis
II. .1. Weight, I). II. Cnso, Mrs. Case
M. l'aiosn, A. Souza. A. I.lmi (leu
Meilelios, M. it. Fieltus, .1. Oiuell.is
A. Ilushnell. I,. I". AffoiiHii. M. I'. ltogn.
A. VMM, II. Fiellns, . C. Iti livldes.
M. l)csinlo. F. Joseph, T. (lodes, II
Chllllugworlh. .1. Willi, huh.
IVr stmr. Kliiaii, for K.iu.ii pmls,
Nov 7 F O. Ilojor, F. Williams.
W. Cocks, Mrs Cocks,
I'or Rlinr. W. fl. Hill, fur Kami
isuts, Noi. 2. F .1. l.lhbj. Miss Alice
A NEW PACE
James II. llovil, now In ihargo of
tliu Inspection of (ho moat und Hsli
maikcts of Ihe dlj Is wMlltig n now
pace for elheloney In seivlco und
cleanliness of llio mnrkcls nnd thcl,
Under tho direction of Clinliiiinn
Kiugor and other niemhois of llio city
and rotinly henlth nnd sanllntloii ooni
mlltoe, a fateful chock Is being main
tained In the mimncr In which the
city markets mo being conducted.
A gient Improvement Is noted In
(lie manner In which the public places
nro being maintained and kept free
A marked absence of files nnd oili
er pchls uio said to follow the ofToil
or the local nutlioiltles in a lino to
Sugar milling machinery for icpalr
was Included In the freight brought
fi om Kauai pints by tho steamer I.l
kellke, an arrival this morning. A few
cabin nnd IS dock passengers arriv
ed, Tho freight lis1 showed llm fol
lowing Horns: 2 milt lol'ein. 111" snekn
lice, 2i empty hnnels und 32 pick
r.ges sundries, Tho schooner Klsn Is
at Kleela discharging Australian coal
anil tliu Nocnu was pasbed nt llnnn
Mr. T. V. H lienor wis compelo!)
resluroil In honllli nnd ilgur bj
ItuiYj's I'll re Mall WliNkoy nflcr
n soioi'o ulliirk of nialarl.i had so
vwiikmeil him Unit Ills systom
rospoiuloil In mi oilier Ircilmeiil.
In u lecont Ictlor .Mr. Wllclii'r
wrote : "I mil dellghli'd to mid
my teslluiiiiiy lo the excellent qual
ity mid ulso tho betiellclal efTects
or Hiliry's I'm o Mull Whiskey. I
hud ii very Severn utluck of luiilaihi
fever, fioin which I lU'ior onllrel
recovered until 1 used lluffy's I'uiu
Malt Whlskty. After Inking one
bottle llm lierious feeling left loo
mil I fell like u new In, Hi. I
heartily loconniienil l)uff)',i Pure
Malt Whiskey to nny ono iiinval
esciug fioni feior or suffering from
any w.isllng dlseaso Taken piop
lly In siuiill dosoH It will Illinium
nmiilorTiil losulls." T. Vllmi
Wilchor, irnloii Point, (la.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
as u Ionic mid stliniilniil when coii
vale't'lng after fever Is tho great
est stictigth-glwr Known to sci
ence. It aids In destroying the dis
ease germs und restores tissues In
it gradual, natural manner. II
ntliniilntes the heart m (Ion If
weak and lull down, tuko a ten
'pooiiful four times a day In half u
gl.u.s of milk or vvalor. Sold every-
whoio in si:ai.i:h hotti.iis
'I ho Hull Mull Mlil.ki) Co.,
ItiH'lioslor, N. V., I'. S. A.
Wednesday, Nov. 1,
Hawaii via Mnul porls-fcciniulinp
rlmr., n. in. i
ICim.iI iNirls I.lkellke, stun-., u. in
Wednesday, Nov. 1,
Hawaii polls -Hi'loiio, Rlmr.,
Judge dinner. V ('lemons this morn
lug granted tbo writ or habeas corpus
III toiiiKctloii with the lase of the Jai-
uiose wniii.in Kilo Nnknbiiia. hi Id by
the Immigration otllelals. Hill was
llxeil ut t.'nn and mi (seepllon imled
by the Unlli d States dlslilct utlorin'y
A. J. I.OWUKY and II. It. Hitch
rock, Jr., nro both nominees from
tliulr lespectlio .classes for places on
Hid students' council, of I larval il
Hitchcock Is also ono of the throe
nominees Tor the vice presldencj of
his class for the ensuing e.ir l.uw
loy Is now president of his class
Unlli hojB nro prominent In ulhlell-ii
lamroy In baseball und tennis nnil
Hitchcock In basehalt and football.
EtaiMbtf jiAti&t,.. & Jt.
t M)fe J