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From San Franeleeel
Hlcrrn Niivcinlicr 10
For San Franolaeel
Tcnjo Mnrti November 3
Zcnlnndla ,.,, November 8
Mnrainn November 7
Ticking olf the seconds, the minutes
and hours in a business means ticking
off the INTEGRITY, INTELLIGENCE
and ACCURACY of every part of that
business. Like the clock, it must be
RIGHT to inspire confidence. It must
be REGULAR STEADY always
wound up by human integrity and In
Is the Merchants Direct Eirie Into the Home
ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5073.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, NOVEQER, 2, 1911. 10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
SURGEON-GENERAL DETAILS FEDERAL EXPERTS
U. S. NAVAL STRENGTH IS ON PARADE
DR. CURRIE IS
ORDERED TO TAKE
CHARGE OF WORK
DR. DONALD H. CURRIE OF THE
PUBLIC HEALTH AND MARINE
HOSPITAL SERVICE HAS BEEN
NAMED BY SURGEON GENERAL
WYMAN TO HEAD THE SANITA
TION FIGHT HERE. HE WILL BE
IN DIRECT CHARGE OFTHE FORCE
OF MEN IN THE FIELD. WHEN
DR. RUPERT BLUE, THE FAMOUS
8AN FRANCISCO FEDERAL DOC
TOR, ARRIVES ON NOVEMBER 10,
HE WILL SUCCEED DR. CURRIE.
The sanitation campaign is on, and
Honolulu Is starting on the biggest
clean-up program ever attempted.
One hundred and fifty men are em
ployed by the Board of Health In the
Kfllihi district, fifty prisoners and 100
paid employes of the department.
The organization of the larger work,
Hint of cleaning the entire city and
keeping It mo'qulto proof, Is going for
ward rapidly The mosquito squads arc
to begingeneral work next Sunday or
Monlay with definite plans for attack
ing every section of the city. I
While the plans for the work are
being completed, the special educative
work will go on without cessation. Mass
GOVERNOR FREAR, IN ANSWER
TO A CABLEGRAM LA8T NIGHT
(ASKING THAT DR. CURRIE NOW
)and DR. BLUE LATER BE DE
TAILED TO HEAD THE FIGHT, RE
CEIVED THIS MORNING THE FOL
"HAVE DETAILED CURRIE. WILL
DETAIL BLUE AS REQUESTED.
meetings for every part of the city and
speeches in every tonguo have been ar
Tonight's mass meeting at Y. M. C.
A. hall starts this part of the general
program. Mrs. B. F. Dillingham will
preside. From day to day the special
committee In charge of this work, A
Lewjs Jr. and Dr, W, ,C, Hobdy, will
put before the people of Honolulu the
.facts . about, the -mosquito .and, yellow
The program for the mass meeiing in
Lusitana Hall was arranged today. The
speakers will be J. A. R. Vierra, J, P.
Roderigues, A. V. 8oares, M. A. Gon-
salves, Dr. Hobdy and Dr. Currie. J. M,
Camara will be interpreter.
MILITARY GUARD I S PROBABLE NOW
A military guard will probably bu
established uroiiml the "danger zone"
In Knllhl district.
(imrrnor l'lcnr, llrlg.-IJcii. Mncnmh
iiml Admiral Con leu In0.il u conference
this morning iiml talked the- matter
ocr iiml thin afternoon will ni.iko u
tour of Inspection to look Into the no
ccrsltlrs of the case.
The present system of guarding Is
not working cry ratlsfactorlly In view
of the emergency. Ijmt nlRht tlirci.
Ikirh of pol were tuken from tlm ramp
I It Is felt In romp uuartcrs that the
presence of a military guard Ih needed
to control the situation, Furthermore,
It In understood that If n military Riiard
Ih established, the 1'orttiRiicxu am
Spanish consuls hero can report to
their home Rovcinmcnts that It Is en
ureiy Hale for IniinlRr.iuts to come.
Thlx Ih ii point that hax already been
illiiCUHscd by tho Governor and the
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(A"oclateil Press Cxhte.)
NEW YORK, N. Y, Nov. 2 With
President Talt on the bridge of the
presidential yacht Mayflower, the great
est fleet ever gathered under the Amer
ican flag passed in review before a
distinguished party of government of
With President Taft were Secretary
of the Navy Meyer and Secretary C
D. Hides, while another distinguished
party on the gunboat Dolphin followed
the Mayflower In the wake of the big
battleship Connecticut, the flagship of
the Atlantic fleet
Full naval ceremonials were observ
ed. The pageant was awe-inspiring.
A complete llt of Iho vex-els of
war now assembled at the record-
breaking rendezvous tuu review of
I the Atlantic licet at New York, Minus
1 102 naH craft p line. Tho Flori
da and jlith.- tho most 'unworni!
Dreadnoughts now afloat, heal the
The official KUinmnry of Iho mini-
liorx of ships by types an I dlspho
iiient In Now York hartnr Is as fol
Class Tons Displacement.
Twenty battleships a..,, 3C,fMI
Two armored cruisers 29,9'jn
Two cruisers .950
Twonty-two destroyers IS.I'jS
Sixteen torpedo bonis 2,991
Three tenders to torieilo fleet
Nine miscollnncotis 10,733
Right colliers 93.93S
Thn-flKtii) ig.iliiHt the Medltermncan j
fruit ,lly ,Jt'risan sixtfrd.iv iiiornliiK, -vihrn
'.' iM tJllf.inl. lu h.is been
placed In luirui ,r the vmrl., startea
mil threo iln p' tor"
Thexo liii n bu, maps of the dU-
It-lrtM ttm I ll.iM' li, , II aliened to thCIU.
mid they )ne M'Ihk '' ih house and
checking Vjn tin el,-. ,.f fruit trees
that are KrywniK imre .uiu ihmi wran
that the fnlln fruit are all pkld tip.
" It Is IliougUt that by dnltiR this wimn
lino can be Rot on tiie ork unit that
the datiiaRP done by the fruit My will
bo to ii Rreat cWnt mlnliiilnil Tho
men have had sine cxperluice In tlm
work iiml will tlnrefnre be abb- to han
dle tho matter lJ Iter than otherwise.
ARMY OF MEN AT WORK ALREADY
A hitiidicil and fifty men scaltoied
throughout t ho mna, trees falling
right anil left, fumes of sulphur ris
ing in tho air, wngnni piled with rub
bish and groat heaps of scrub piled
high ready for burning Dominating
Iho whnlo tscono Iho flguro of Inspec
tor "Chlim" Charlock. This Is tho
picture, of tho light that Is being w,n?
ed against tho iiiomiuIIii In tho Ku
Kvcry man who goes down tlieto In
work Is expected to do ho. If tho
foices want anything they arc given
It. "Wo want four inoro ilrays," was
tho plaint this morning. "Then got
them," said Dr. Trait, "Wo want this
and wo want that," Is mot with tho
samo ansuor all tho llmo, No effort
is to be sparod to lunu tho whnlo of
Iho Infected area cleaned up by Sun
Kvcry man down tliero has thu
sweat iKitirlng off him and ho hns on
!y himself In hlamo If ho catches tho
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KI)U('.TIVK M.SS MKKTIM1S C.VI,I.KI.
Tonight, 8 o'clock Y. M. (3. A. Hall Oenernl meotlng for house-
holders, tindnr auspices of Hawaiian Medical Association, Datigh-
ters of Hawaii, Collcgo Cltth, Hoy Scouts, Women's Society of Cnn-
ttal Union Church, St. Andrew's Guild, nil church organizations,
! nliimnl associations of Kamchnmoha schools, St. Uiuls college and
OiiIiii collcgo, Central Itnprovomont Commlttco, I'ubllc Servlco As-
snclatlon and others. Speakers, Dr. V. C. Ilohdy mid Dr. D. II.
Friday evening, 8 o'clock Hawaiian mass iiioc(lng at Kiiuma-
knplll church, 8. K. Kamalnplli presiding.
Sutttiday mcnlng. 8 o'clock Chliiena mass meeting at United
Chinese Society's Hall, King stieet Clio (Jem lucsldlng.
I- Also Portuguese mass meeting In I.usltnna hall, undur nusplcca
: San Antonio and I.usltnna societies, 7:30 o'clock.
Sunday evening, 7:30 o'clock Japancso mass meotlng at Japan-
THII'OIjI Tlw Italian forces nre now
occiiiylnB tho city of Tripoli mid aro
trying to force the neighboring sectlont
Into submission. The TurMsh soldlerH,
having Med fiom the city, are In nn
position to make i-ffrctlvo reslstaneej
unless aided by ponerful relnforeo-i
inents from Turkey. The camp of Iho'
Turklxli troopi In Trlpull and the mar
ket placo In Tripoli, now occupied as
camp ground by tbn Itallunx, aro
shown In thy-cut hcruviltli.
Directors of tho Hawaiian Sugar
Planters.' Association held a meeting
estirdny and decided to mixIhiiio the
date of tli annual meeting ludctlnlto-
In order to make It clear to the pub
Ho as to Iho order of Iho otllclal re
ception to bo given tomorrow In coin
meinoriitlou of tho birthday anniver
sary of llmperor .Mutsiihllo of Japan
('onxul-deneral Henlchl tfyenn till
morning gave to tho It u I lull II the
At 9 o'clock In the morning. Con
siil-deneral Uenn villi hold a recep
thin on Iho third Moor of thu consul
ate. wblcli Is strictly limited to the
At nlKhl. In the Young Hotel, he
will rccelvn tho consuls of rorelgn pnw
irx, Federal, Tirrltorl.il and city oMI
ilals, and the general public. Oovern-
or V. F Prear, Admiral V t t'owlex,
M H. N, and Mr' Cimlw: llrlg.-Oen.
M M Miiromb, t" H A , and Mrs. Ma
comb Mill assist ('oiixiil-dencitif llyenn
, .5. .f, j .2 , ft .$ j Q, a
i PEKING, China, Nov. 2-
; Wireless messages received her $
' confirm the capture of Han-'
v kow. '
.y ,5. .i, it, i, fa ,8 A j,
fHiieclnl Hut In tin Cable.)
SAN FRANCI8CO, Cal Nov. 2.
Chinese press cables deny the capture
of Hankow. Reports are received of
numerous rebel victories In small sklr
General Li has refused peace unless
the throne surrenders to the demands
of the revolutionists.
In the receiving line. lion. A. I.. ('
ly, tho meeting to bu held upon call of Atklnmii has louxuitcil in act as otll
clal Intt mincer at Hie reception.
A grand exhibition of unique lire
works will bo tllsilmrgci! from the
BULLETIN ADS PAY'
The health situation Is tho canst) of
tho postponement of tho meeting. It
will bo held within u short time, prob
ably, unless tlm situation proves morO MPW LOCATION FOR
severo man now expetien. 11 was 10
hnvo begun on November i.
Another postponement on account of
tho health situation wax that of a nieet
Itig of tho Joint committee on a com
mercial building, scheduled for today.
Several members of that conimltlcMirn
actively Intcrcktcd in the suliltutlon
The Kallhl-kal school, which' wns
within the nrea now being cleaned nut
III the Knllhl district, has been moved.
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Willis T Popn stated this morning that
a new location about half a mllo from
thu' old slto had been found mid was
SEEMS BETTER TODAY
Hr Mi Crew's condition Inst nlaht,
when the bulletin "Dr McOrcw Is sink
ing fast" was Riven out, was most se
rlous. Ho had xcwral sinking spells
during tho day mid was unconscious a
good part of the time.
This morning It was learned tlmf he
had rallied ami was better In 11 slight
way, being perfectly conscious mid rec
ognizing thiiio about him.
One oil tank still
102 vessels of all cIasch..
TWENTY-FOUR SHIPS AT
LOS ANGELES MANEUVERS
(Assorlalnd Press Cabin.)
LO8 ANGELES, CaU Nov. 2. The
entire Pacific fleet, twenty-four vessels
In all, Is mobilised here. The day is
being spent in social functions, the men
being given shore leave.
Tho following vessels aro at l.os
Armored cruisers California, South
Dakota, Maryland, WcbI Virginia and
Cruisers Cincinnati and Itnlclgh,
Destroyers Whipple., Hopkins, Hull
Truxlon, Paul Jones, Preble, Stowuit
Torpedo linntB Farragut and Ho
wan. Submarines flrampus and Pike.
Sttbmarlno tender Fortune
Transports Iluffalo, (ittcler anil
Summary Total displacement tons
Armored cruisers (18,400
(Ppecl.il Hill let 1 11 Cnlile.)
FREMONT, Neb, Nov. 2. Speaker
Champ Clark declares that nine-tenths
of the people of tho United States favor
the annesation of Canada, and that he
Is willing to run for president on that
ONLY ON PAPER
(Kr-ci.il itu 1 let in cntiio
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Novi 2. Tom
Jones, manager of Lightweight Cham
pion Ad Wolgast, says that the cham
pion will never meet Matty Wells, the
English champion, because of the let
ter's unreasonable demands.
KYRLE BELLEW ANSWERS
THE ACTOJVS LAST CUE
f AssneMlel rrrHS (Hhl.l
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, Nov. 2.
Kyrlo Bellow, the actor, died this morn
ing at S o'clock.
Kyrlo Mellow was cum of the best
known and foremost ai tors 011 tho
American stage. He sinned In 13ng
land before coining to America Ills
early stage career In tho United Stales
wns blentllled with tlm fmuoiH Wat
lack's Theater In New York
STOCKS SLUMP AS
RESULT OF REPORT
lAsioclnted Press Calil" )
CHICAGO, III Nov. 2. A report that
the government is not contemplating
an attack on tho "wheal corner" today
caused a slump in stocks from one to
t;,3r,r, five-eighths of a point.
Destroyers 3,312 1
Torpedo boats 48'l
Tender to submarines 150
Vessels of all clam
R0DGERS IS STILL
(Associated Press Cable,)
PHOENIX, Ariz., Nov. 2 Aviator C,
P. Rodgers has passed through here, on
his way westward,
H. E. HENDRICK
Corner Merchant and Alakea
Kory period of registration by the
legistrar of births, deaths and mar
riages shows that tuberculosis con
tinues lis deadly work
For Iho period of sixteen days end
ed October 31, 1911, the dread disease
claimed nine lcllms No deaths from
any other contagious diseases wore
PEOPLE OF HONOLULU: ATTEND THE MASS MEETING AT THE Y.M.C.A. HALL TONIGHT!
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