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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911,
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Recorded October 19. 1911.
Ilriirv I: ('niipir mi r in Jolm A
Italih. 1 .M i!2.'i mi ft of nr jr.r, mill
It W. Hill Mile Ave. lliiniiliiln. O.ilnii
jicr.o ii i;j, p i;n mi r,. mil
Alnrv rrnm r nml hl iW Hi it nl to
Allium. Hh lit in. I), lulu I nml ". Iilk It,
Knliil.itil trail. Ilumilntii. (Mini: $100,
II 3f.2, p 372 Oit fi. mil.
Cnlhirlnc Sciillv ntnl Imli (J T) liy
nlty In IS W Qiilnn, M. pur 11 1 gr)
3213. I.iinnlllii St. Ilnnoliilii. Onlin; (I
ami nolv Mono. II .147. p lio. Opt l'J,
lMvvnrd I Spalding nml wf to Hon
Knni;. Hi nos mi ft of It I" OlCfi, kul
911 Nuiinini Ai' llnmilnlii, o.ilui; $!.
mjii ii -tr.2 p '7i .ini is. mn.
Willi, r lltirnt lo WntiTlioiiin InvRtmt
Co Mil M 2WI0 Ki ft of r 21S2.
Miil'i. clc. Vim yunl Ht, lliiniiliiln.
Onlili: 700 II 347, p 4'I2 Sept 11,
Willi riiiini" InvMnit Co Mil lo Will
In lltir-t I) 25,730 W ft of Kr 2:12.
mils. id'. Vliii'jnril SI. Honolulu,
onini. Jt-r.o ii 3r.2. p :i7r, h. it is,
Wnltir II llriulli'y nml v,t lo .Muniicl
Itmlin. H; u(")il mi ft of loin 12 nml
IIS, inili", itc, Sill Ave, I'.iliilo. Iloim
Inlu. il.ilili :il0. II 35.'. p 377. Oct IS.
.Mnnmri't T Mcfnrtliv nml hull (C 3)
to llnuk of Honolulu Mil. Ailill Clipi'i
por r 302, I'ilkol, llmtmil.i nml Yoiiiik
4Im. Honolulu. (Mini; $1000 II 317. p
l'.n. Ocl m, MI1.
I'oiik Kul to Al. 1); Int III In of It I'
KD TIM nml c Imnl, I. We itc, Allku.
fIc. S Kuni. Ilnnnll; $:T,0. II 3r.2. p
37'i Hi'pt 18. 1111.
Jo.ui il" Ami'iuno nml wf to Coiinlv
of .M.nii. H: r,o ft n i" our pom u r
2171, I'.niuihl, llnnrikujlo.i. Mnnl;
$300 II 352. p 'ITS Juiii- 27. mil.
Recorded October 17, 1911.
(ImUicj Hi on n liy nlty to Hubert
I'.itlu-jrt. I): pur It I' tM!., kill 2030,
nl. ilc. School SI. Hi lulu, Oiihili
$ I urn ii 2r.2. p sir, oa 17. mn.
J J Diuiitiiiiinil lo (1 A It Smllli, lid;
linmliolil, lililK", fiirnlliiri'. rhlclcR.
horn-ii, hiriu'sxi'M, ilc Klin; SI, ilc. Ho
nolulu, (Mini; $10I II 347. p 474 Oil Lnncni In the 111 hi iIikkt Is the
O A It Smllli nml wf In I'rcil 1'lillp
ft llro, I' M: More furniture, llxliiri'f.
horpi'M. M'hloli'M, hnrniiKi"!. etc, 11211
l'ort St, Honolulu. O.ilui; $400. II 347,
p ITS (lit III, 1911
Ooilfri-) Ilrown to II M Mill Hull, I'
A; renernl powirn II 3r.n, p 2R7 Nov
Julm I' He I-i Cruz In Mnry He IT
I'rnz, 1); iipx 1 nml 2. It 1' 1259, kill
121X. Knllhl, Honolulu, O.ilur, $100, tic.
II 352, p 317 Oct 13, 1911.
Hit of Arehlh.itil S ('IcKlmrn liy trn
nml exorn lo I'ircy T ChRhorn t nl,
KHenne; ennrce iikiiiiihi preniii'H, .mi -
mi mi HI. Honolulu. O ilm: 17500. II
3r,i;, p 2(19 Oct 14. 1911 I
(1 A It Smllli mid wf lo J H Cnulm,
II M; h.DH'holil IiIiIks etc. Klin; Sl.llo
iiolulu, O.ilui; $1200 II 35C, i 271. Oct
' ' , . ...
.1 V CiiRtrn to J J nriimniond, C XI;
.....,...,. i i.i.... ... i- a. i.
l II" IWI, IMMHOI l lll(K t lll'lll'
lulu, Oahtii $900 II 347, p
II 347, p 47S. Oct
W C A. 111. tr, to Hsllicr P Kneliun-
knuul, H: 1
nt In lots 10 nml 19.
hlk 7A, Knpiliulu, Honolulu,
$400 I. 352 p 351. Oct If, ,911
, n ' "' T. . , I- .'. . t
ters, n lot 22, bill J, Kaluaolohe tract,
Il...,.,l..l.. il..,. ir. I, 1-1 .. .r..i
I l'llllllll 'llllll fill II !
Kept 20. 1911 I
Cntlierlne Scully and lish by ntty to
Unity Wntirluiiisn Trust Co Mil, Ir,
M: c land, Iaiiialllo St, Honolulu,!
O.llili; $1000. II 317, p 4 SO Si lit 19,'
Victoria S Iliiffmulcnu nnd hsb (II)
lo Henry Wnterhnust. Trust Co Ltd, tr,
Jl; IW.O ki ft land, Alexmuler nnd ller-
itmila His, lloontulii, O.ilui; J1C00, II
347, p 4S2 Ocl 17. 1911.
Peter Hlli-n nnd wf lo Plrst Hank of
Illlu Mil, M; I, l'n 5154, 4CC2 nml por
Kr 3917, R llllo. llnwall; $1400 II 347,
p 4C9 Oct 14. 1911
8 Yniiimnuia In Honolulu Iron
Works Co, A I.; pc land, llllo, lluwnll;
$1000 ll 353. p 251 (lit fi, 1911.
Honolulu Ir..n Works Co lo S Ya-
inamura. I.; pe land, llllo. Hawaii:
tenant nt will ut $10 pir mo II 36-1, p
252. oct 4, mu.
Nun (k) to Nahulna Api (w). Di
3-IOn of It P (Rr) 2010, Kohanulkl, N
Kon.i, Hawaii; $20
II 352, p 3 IS. Oct,
(ItiiniiKn Miu.nr fn I.. T? V T.i1.. ttnl.
1-3 Int In Kr 3331. Mnkuu. Pun,.. Ha- "'"""" "'"7 "7" "'"' '" ""'
.,. ... ,-, ,,', ,, as compared with tho normal 1.2; nc-
wnll. $228 0. ll 34 p 4,7. Oct 14. cumulated dellclency since Jnntiary 1.
t ,..-...,. , I-0'! nvcriiRo dally dellclency Blnco
D.ubl Knlnnl to Ilonomu SiiKnr Co, jnmii,ry 07
I,; It W for Hume ,cr pe land. Ku-l' Preclpllallon' Total tills month,
liua. llllo. Hnwnll: 15 )rs nt $8 per r. o.'J7; gieatest precipitation In 21
11 363. p 251. Oct 9. 1911. hours 0.59, dale 24. Total preclpltu-
llnknhiu Planln Co lo W II Rhlpmnn, t,m t,H mouth In 1877, 0.70; 1878.
I,; 2135a land, Hnkalau, N llllo, Ha- 7S; 1879,011.1; 1880, Mil; 1881,0,72;
wall; ir91u land, Hnmihlnn, S llllo, 1882, 3.55; 1SMI, I .'.I I; 1884, 4.32; 1885,
llawull; Hakulau pc from Jim 1, 1912, 0.41; 1880, Kill; 1887, 2.01; 1888, l.GG;
In Juii 1, 1931, nt $2S0 per r: llono- 188'), 077; 1890, t OS; 18111, 3.18; 1892,
hlna pc from Jan 1, 1912, to June 1,'2.38; 1S9.I, 1.22; 1894, l..'.:i; 1904, 1.02;
1921. nt $180 per yr II 353, p 250. Oct 1!I''', 1.47: 1900. 0 80; 1907. 1.04; 11I0S,
3, 1911 0 52; 1909,052; 11)11), 003; 1911,0.97;
Hsllicr P Kai-huokawal and lisli (M) imiliml for Ibis luonlli, 1.80; dellclency
to Puehuehu Aitrctl Co Md, D; 1-2 I7I l,t tl,ls lll"ltl' coiiip.ireil with the
In It P 7240, kul 8895, Hononiaknu. N ""mil. .83; nicuiuulalfd dellclency
K0I111I.1, lluwnll; $100. II 352. p 319. slnco.lunu.iry 1,3 31.
Ocl 1G mil I Wind PievullliiB direction N. Ii;
Wnlliikn Market & I.nn.1 Co Md to oM, moveinent BUG miles; nieraRO
rliomin. .'Inrl, IV IIMIT . f. In.l nml l'01'1' "Clly, 0 9; 11111X111111111 VOloC-
8 ft It W, cor Market fit ami Mill ltd,
Wnlliikn, Mnnl; $1. 11 352, p 341. May
J IC Knpiiulhan'i hy blah sheillT to
BlniC Yuen, Hlur I); Int hi It P 2'H4,
kul 1082l, lips 2, 3 ami 4, mid kill 7787,
Ilonoiiiuiiu, Koolau, Maul; $100. 1)
352, p 313. Sept 19, 1911.
Slug Yuen (n It Itnckfclil Co Mil.
I). Int In It V 2'iH, kill in.'. iiik .'
1 mill I. mill kill "?S7. Ilniiouianu. Koo
l.lll. Muni; $1 II .r,. i. 311 (let IS.'
Jnines K Kul.i mill wf to V A 1-Clri-.
my. tr, M; Int In It I' (KM 254T. Kn-i
public, llnlin, Miuil; Int In It I'" S01T.. '
C't12. (1911, cr. IT. 3T5I nml np J. kill,
"CIS, rinlK, itc. Kiiuwulkl, etc, lliuri-j
pepe, ilc. Kmi.il; ii"0. .117, i 171 '
(let 1C, l'.Hl
Knhiwiilniiul mill wf to Hannah Kn
nlimml. I): 1-.1 Int In It I (Kr) nuO".
Knlti.ilti. Miilnknl; tin. 1! 112. p 1fi0
Kipl 2. 1 HI I
(jimvii'm lliKpltnl to Hawaiian-Amer-Iimii
llul.l.er I'd Mil, ,l; It I1 1 1 SI,,
Krnii 2. Kiiiihiu, Maul; tlT.OO II 117, p'
177 Oi-t 12, 1 ! 1 1 . I
IImi A Hoblhiiii in nilcn K lioliln
nn, I); hit In grs 1212, 1213 nml or
Mr" 1211. "10 Ml nml pen Intnl. iigrint. ilo. '
Mnknwno, 1 1 Mnnl; 1. ill II 3.2, p
sr.-. H. tit 11. 1011
Hubert M Kniii'.illl nml wf In
Knniilinlkii, 1); Int In Mime In
Innil. Wnlnllin, llminlil, Kan.il: $1
II ."..'.'.. p :ir,4. Nov lfi. l'.Ki'i
I Court of Land FUnittratlon.
Morlnhlkl MiiIkI to Yiiniagiiihl Jin-luniuki-,
A 1.; 1-2 Int In laud Manon
Vnlli'v, Honolulu, o.ilui: tr.n c I, it
Duo No :i2'i Sept 2fl. mil
Mlnl.'ilil (inmlinro lo Ymiiagiidil .11
iiosuke. Agnut: In re pitlltlim of
IiiikiIhiM I imli Million Valley, Ilium
lulu. O ilm Jl C I. It Dnc No MO.
Itipt !K I'lll
hill Unit wni hriiimht In i'kIihIi) lift-'
irmion by the Tmllnrlnl khiihI Jury
iikiiIiikI I.:iii Kit The npurt w.ii only.
n purll.ll one. I
l.ill Kit luu the limn who IIiioukIi
ii Hyuti'in of luhhi rli'H inllK led Wlth-j
Ml. ill . Co In n InrKo mini, the Willie
of wirlotiH t;uu.l Hlohn fioin time to
lime. A list of Ilm urtklcx mm np-
puulnl lo the riport, nml the Millie Is
hIiowii ut SlO'.iO
He ciine up this inornlui; fur nr-
j PflMPQ Tfl CPnMT
UUIYICO IU rHUU I
It linn been dicldeil by the people of
Kiiliuukl, I'nlolo nml Wnliilne Club that
a uioiiHter mass meet Ink' will he held
nt the end of the Wul.ilne larllne on
.in w, in, iiiiiiiiiii- iiuiiiiii mi
Suniliiy inoriilni; ill ,s oMmk It In to
. ., ., , ,
'" n "iinllnry rnlly. nml It Is hope.l
(lint tin r.. illl I, ,t i.u itifxn ii,,,,.li
... . , . " """' , ' , '
I'M r-' ill tlf ""niiiV, 4 111' tPIIJt'tl ll IIHT
'llllH'lllltf 111 til 1 1 Ml Lit fl 111 1111 If Ullttl If
... ,. .. ,. , , ', "" "' '
. . ,.,, ,. ,,,
I'rilHJliIi Ulth Hnnm hvbIi in
,:u,)ll(ll, li4 ,.,,,' , ,,, 10
r""- '""' "' " '" - - "
, , ,,.,,, .,.,
nut lieri.tririir.i nil. .ni.f ...1 nt.n l. .....,
will jlnrt rlulit aflir tlio close of thoj
rally, mid It Is expected b cm-hIiir'
tho whole eust end will be reported on.
U. S. Department of ARricultiire,
Station. Honolulu. 'P. 11 .i,,,.,il,
October 1'Jll '
. Atluospheilc Presstiro (Hcduced lo
et level; Inches and hundiedllis)
Me.m 30.00; holiest 30 07, dulo 27;
lowest 3U.D0, Uato 24.
j Temperaliiro lliRhest 81, ilntn 2;
lowest f,7, dulo 23; greatest dally
, uinRo 13, Uato 22; least dally taiiRo 7,
I (Into u. Mean for this month In 1KU0,
"'J 1801, 7"; 1892, 77; 1SU3. 70; 1S94,
' 'fi! 18S.1, 77; 1890,77; 18U7, 77; 189S,
"' ISU!'. "0; 1900, 77; 1901, 70; 1902,
I'd ie"3. 73; moi, 77; laos, 70; moo,
"& la07' '"' m "i 18oa. C; PJ10,
7r': ,!MI' "!"' norimil for this month,
ui, iioMiiuiii iiiaxiiuuiii mr tins
month fur 21 vears. !I0: iihaolutn inlii.
, Milium fur this month fur 21 yours, C3;
Ily (for live, minutes) 24 miles par
hour, from tho H W. on tho 24th.
Weather Number of dajs, dear Ii;
partly cloudy, II; cloudy 15; on which
01 Inch, or mine, of pieclpllatlori oc
Mlsi ell. menus phemimeua None.
WM II STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Wenther Bureau.
MADE BY RATH IN
KrlomlH of .lainen A. Itnlli, wlin rnino
warmly l the iltfoimo of Hie l'nl.iinn
Solllcnienl worker when icporls nr
rleil here from the iirilnl.iiul Hint liu
li.ul mnilo mitno ntntemelilH ory ileio
pnloly In lm UlnmlH, inirtlciil.n Iv nil
liutiistilnl nml pronomlc (incstlons,
will he nl.id lo lie.ir the olhor ulilo of
Tho "ollipr nlilo" linpiirnq In he an
rxlract of liln nitilicsK fioin nimllior
paper. Tlio Siirltigtlelil Mans., Union
inihllBlied Ilm first nillcle Tlip nr
ruiiiil (if IiIh lecliire In the SprliiKflvM
lleimlillrnn Im eiitlrelj different Tlio
JninvH A Itnlli, head worker of Ilm
Pnlnimi Hell lenient In Honolulu, Ha
waii, Rao an Inlcreslltirf leieiiillco,i
lecluro In the I'lmt Cotmiosntlim.illy
clitiuh estry In IIiIh city Monday
iillllit. Mr. Itatli Kt(o InlcrenlliiR ac
ciiiiiitn of tlio Ifilamlit llH'inschi'H, nf
the chief (.liy, Honolulu, of tho Indus
tries, mid of the iiiIiihIpiI rarex wlikh
are there lo he found. The jmrt of
Ills lecture ilenlhiK with Hip nodal
work of the Inlands w.ih cki( chilly
Rood, Hint IioImk of rouinP, Hip plinDO
of Ihp Hffi wllh which Ida work hi
lonnecleil and III which IiIh Intelenl Ik
Hip Biealcsl. Tho Hleieoillcon pic
tures woie excellent ami appaiemly
ill n aclcilsllc of tho ficclicfl In the
il:i(CH ilpseilhcd. Mall) of them weic
colored and iiaip a 1M lew of the
ailiuiH eoiiilltlous of wink and I'I.i.n
The ilcscrlpllon rIiph of tin; city ul
Honolulu waH lulcicslliii;. HpeakliiK of
llils iiicIiohiIIh of the Pacific, Mr.
Ilalh Raid- "lloiiohilii Ih no xettlc
liicut of cililillnls; It Ih ii liuslllni;
American cll. Its alo'es anil Inisl
lesH lioiisex coinpaie f.iorahly nitli
Imse of an (It) of Hie mainland nf
Ameilea or cIhcwIicip. II lias nil Hie
model n roiiM'htcuceH and liiwntlniiH.
A linn Hlreet car and lelepliono b.h
tetu, k.ih and electric pl.iuln. Hi i oo
dally HiikIIsIi newHpiperR, well edlt
id, FPprnl dally uewHpapi'rH In oili
er LiiiKunKcn, nn well as weekly and
inoiilhl) piihllcatlonB. Itx liolelg mo
hcriuiil lo none, lliero IicIiir n Miilol
cliohp In this iesicct, iino lnrse lin
tel heliiK patlcined after those built
!n stonier climates, while others hare
been hull'. In meet the needs of tho
climate In Hawaii." I
Another BtilkliiK pictino was Ihn
description kUcu of (lie now fast ills
npiiearliiK ahnrlRlnal inco nf Hawaii.
PLENTY OF WATER FOR KAU
DITCH MD OTHER USES
That thero should ho plenty of llic 250O foot level we find that tho
water nvallablo on Hawaii for the Kan How drops In somo Instances as low
ditch and also for tho electrical works,' ns to ten per cent of tho maximum.
Is tho opinion nf Water Chief W. I'.lAt tho same tlino this will not affect
Martin who returned esterday nioni-j tho How of Ihn main rlor ery much ns
Iiir f I oin a ten day trip to Mnnl nud.hns shown by our lecords. Tho hi);
tho HIr Island j supply of water seems to bo taken
limine tho llmo ho was on Hawaii '" helnw llils point,
ho went ilfilit up to tho 2500 feet loel! Reservoirs Needed,
wheio his men aro working nnd spent "Tlio whole of (he trouble wllh lla
tlueo days In tho camp with Ihonilwall Is that there Is not it proper sjs
duiliiK which llmo ho mailo nn In- tern of lescnnlrs. Water comes down
Hpectlon of oery ptcco of woik ihiit. tlioio in Hood llmo Hint would kpo
hoy had dono. them rlRlit through tho diy spells hut
"I had n look ocr tho whole of tho It ocillows tlio cxIstliiK rcsennlis
scheme," ho said this moruliiR, "and and Is lost In tho sen. The country
nltlioiiKli wo hnio not ciiourIi flRiuos lis ery poroim and althotiKh thcra am
to mnko any dellnllo statomeut I can 'numerous places naturally adapted for
say Renernlly spoakiiiR that thero iho biilhlliiR of rcscrwilrs after jou
should be enoue.li water. Of course ii'sluk down about ten feet tho lock
preat deal depends on how far tho pro-j becomes so poioug that tho water runs
posed ditch would extend. Wo aro
now winking from tho most southerly
tributary of tho Wallukn rhcr nnd
by tho tlino wo hnvo finished our trail,
along the stdo of Iho mountain, will
hao crossed sixty streams, Rome
of tlieso mo large and othpis ory
small. About twelve of llicm Hint
would supply ninety per cent of tho
"If Iho ditch Is carried far enough
through this country then tlieio should
ho no dlfllctilty In getting nil tho wat
er that Is required. If, however, on
Iho oilier hand It Is only contemplat
ed that the ditch shall extend through
a few of tho streams thero may bo
somo dllliciilty ns tho extremes aro
very great throughout Hint count ly.
"Wo began our Investigations on
tho Wallukii stream In March or this
3 ear and so far wo have had a How
of forty-threo second feet ns tlm
minimum nnd n How of 25,000 second
feot ns tho maximum, Two-thlrds of
this will gho jou tlio flow in mil
lions of gallons.
"Whoio wu mo working now up ntficsh Instructions to carry out."
On tlio arrival at llllo of Super
intendent ol l'uhlln Wolks Mmstim
Campbell and Secrelnrv V.. A. Moll
Smith, who lenvu by Iho steamer Wll
lielmina thin altniiioou, tho matter of
lllllng In all Iho low Ij Inn lands in
tho vicinity of the town will bo thoi
oughly gone Into.
During his iccent health trip on the
OF THAT TALK
.Ir. Hath dcscrlhcd tliein as follows:
"Heio also nrc the sons and daiiRh
(ers of tho will, Hip llnwallans, n
lianiiy. care-free iieoiile, who lake life
easily and cliccrfull) amidst a straiiRoJ
and forced clWIlatlui. lie has not
ns jrl been nhlo full to adjust hlm
fclf lo his new emlionment and Iip
tween the tipper millstone of tlio new
mid tho nether millstone of the old,
ho Is fast disappearing Al the pre
sent rate nf decline, unless somo
rh.uiRo occurs, he will l" hlotlul out
In n Utile lesK than n century. Ills
blood, lmwcer, will not ho without
representation on llils rIoIic TliroiiRh
Ilm marrlnRO of his women to men
of nil races, he will llne liequoallieil
'lis IcRiey lo the human finally Teu
ton, I.atln nnd MoiiriiI liao martleil
tho ilaiiKlilcrs of Hawaii. These mix
ed races nrb IncreasliiR in numbers
and to tho student of etlinoliiR) Ha
'vail affords an InlerphtliiR lield of
rtudy" Ho nlso deill with the iiiIiir
IIiir of races In Hawaii nml told how
each raco came, and of Hie succes.4
or failure with which It hnd met ns a
compctltoi In the Hawaiian hbormir
!:ct. Of llic social conditions of the Isl
ands of Honolulu especially, thine,",
with which Mr. Ilalh Ins been In In
lliiritp il'illy contnrl he spoko at
leiiRth. Ho explained how- the slum
is of ipccnt oiIkIii In the city, how
Its Rtent local problem Is that of
housing those who limit nnd hiiinej
i. midst Ha wretchedness nnd how Its
other great problem Is Hint met Willi
in such places Hie win Id oer, tho
white plnRiio nf tuberculosis. Of this
latter etll the. npeaker mid: "Hono
lulu has attneked llils problem with
characteristic courage mid thoroiiRh
ness. The nuthoiltles mid Individuals
:tro loallzliiR llic seriousness of the
situation and arc tnklin: steps to era
dicate thin disease." Day camps mid
other aids In the striiRRle against tub
erculosis have piou'd lo bo of Rreat
nsslstanco. In his closluR icmarks
Mr. Hath ileclmed, "The missionary
fathers of New KiiRlatul daicd seas
wllh all their attendant dniiRors to
lako to nn unknown island people an
Individual salvation, The chatlciiRO
comoH to tliclr descendants and cniin
trymen lo rIip (o the present races
in the Islands a social Ro"pel and ro
inako of Hawaii a patadlso of happy
conlcndeil linlU iiln iIh and families as
well as a paradise of sunshine and
away and cannot he held.
"Wo have now established a pen
trnl camp nt tlio 2500 feet level am)
our tialls extend for thlitecn miles.
Ily Iho time wo iiro thiough we will
have twenty miles made. It Is tho
most strenuous work llitit I luvo over
been up against, i:crythlng Is wet
Mid thcio Is a great deal of fallen
timber. Two men woik tho trail leav
ing Iho central camp nml going out
lo each extreme. They stny tho night
tlieio and then return again tho next
day. In this way nil the recording
(midlines that are established along
tho miito nro rend off ovoiy other day
mid wo aro obtaining flno iccoids.
"I went over the whole of Iho
Ktoiind and It is hard work. U Is
impossible to keep dry no matter how
hard nil) ono tries to avoid going
through Iho mud. Tho only way Is
to plow straight ahead nnd not Inko
ruy notice of It.
"On Maul 1 went over tho work that
Mr. Stewart Is doing down tlieio In
tho dllcli couuliy and gave him somo
Island Mr Mntt-Smllh went Into the
matter In a general wny and ho nud
'Campbell will now Inko It up pleco
by pleco and Ihrash out Iho details.
It Is thought that tlieio will not bo
much dluiciilty In getting u laigo pait
of tlio lauds filled in without nny trou-
illo to tho government.
I In cases wheio tho owners refuse
In do tlio work (hen tho gm eminent
fnder tlio power given It by tlio Inst
leglslaluio will carry out tho filling
nnd placo n lien against Iho prnpoity.
If the owner does not porno lliioiigli
then the land will lie Hold,
Inter-lslund and O. It. ft Ij. Shipping
books for sale at the Bulletin
office. COo emotu
That those lutcreRted In the build
Iiir of tho llllo whirf nnd the liRreo
input between llic harhar commission
r.nd the llllo Hallroad company should
Ret together mid draft out a plan for
Iho working of the whnif Is tho de
termination urrlu'd ut hy the commis
sioners Wednesday aflernoon. t'halr
nnu JInrslon Camiiholl lirs been In
structed lo write the different firths
Inletested to this effect. They nre to
bo asked to filo the matter their Im
Commissioner McCarthy stated Hint
nlthoiiRh he Is of the opinion that the
plans nf Iho wharf ale pond he Is still
ngalnst Hip railroad company being
plen nny special privileges hy writ
ten contmct. The m liter enmo up
for considerable dlsciisclon hut noth
ing further was done In tho matter
The hoard granted Iho Knhuliil
Hallroad company iiermlsston to till
In pail of tho shore linn for tho pur
pose of building a wni chouse, and
tracks. Tho agreement Is for twenlv
yearR to he cancelled at n ear's notice
und the buildings and tracks lo re
vert to thq railroad company. The
attorney genprnl Is lo lip asked for
nn opinion as to tho reclaimed Inn 1
ieertlng to tlio Tprrltory or not.
A iiiesllon of demurrage was
brought before tho hoard by Allen
mid HobliiMin nnd Hartjnruiistcr Fos
ter. Timber was discharged from tho
l.ark R. (J. Alien and fho lint b minister
gne tlio (Inn thtco dijs notice. The
company ptntes, however, that the
timber was not on the wharf or nt
least not all of II, and llie could see
no tensoti why Bluff on tho espbunile
should be icniil)7cd. Tho board vis
ited tho placo nml will bring In a de
The Maul chamber of rommerco
fnwired tlio building of a wharf and
i-licd at Kiliel on go eminent ground
villi Hie $9000 mailable They ask
that the woik bo started sib soon na
Harbormaster Poster brought to tho
notice of Iho hnaul the matter of
smoking on whaneit anl nsked that n
strict mlo lie mado against tho prac
tice. There was a small Hie on tho
Ilackfcld whaif a few iIii.vr ago when
one of the planks was nearly Dm ut
through and Foster states that unless
something Is done lo stop the smok
ing heie will ho a big blazo on tho
waterfront. He stated that tho steve
dores snioko and when they seo nny
cno coming tluow lholr cigarette nnv
whero, not being particular as to
whether it lands In hay or gasoline,
so long ns they get It out nf the way.
Captain n. O. Nelmn nnd John Dick
mado application ror tho iHisltlon of
pilot should thero he n vacancy.
If the iciiuest tniiile liy the nlllclnls
of the I'm llic Mull Stemnshlp Company
on the Coast Is granted by the bo ml
of dlieilors Unit will soon mil In New
York, eviiy tcunshlp of the licit will
be transformed Into mi oil burner, no
cording lo A J Trey, assistant to deli
ct al Mtuingi r Schwerln Tho total ap
propriation nskid for nniounts to -,-000,000.
rioni n series of experiments recent
ly com lulled on the ships already using
oil for foil nnd pi) lug between San
Frunclsio und Panama, It lias hcenj
found that tho new fuel hns resulted
In mi Immense saving.
"An appropriation covering the ex
pense of iiiimtroiiH Improvements to
our ships bus been nsked for," said
Trey. "To ehango the entire licet Into
oil hut uers, (ngethtr wllh certnln oth
er Improvements, would cost not less
than U'.OCO.OOO. This Is n lot of money,
but If the change were made It Is cer
tain It would be prnlltnhle.
"I Ixllevi! that except for one nb
stnclo the directors would grant tho
request, That is Iho matter of the per
manency of tho California supply. If
we were to expend a lot of money on
Ilm ships only to hnvo the supply of
oil give out, or ilso have Iho demand
Increase lo such nn extent Hint tho
price would become prohibitive, tlio
Investment would not bo n pnylng ope."
It Is now said that the Toyo Klen
Knlsha, wlili It operates the Japanese
Hue of M'bmIb between San Francisco
mid Ilm Orient, would hnvo Installed
the new liner Rhlnjo Mnru ns nn oil
burner except thai It Is flared that tlm
Increased ih iiiand for oil will ultimate
ly result In Iliu price becoming pro
hibitive. It Is believed, howevir. that despite,
llils view of the matter the directors
of the I'aclile Mall company will order
Hie ships changed in burn Iho cheaper
fuel It Ik pointed out Hint several
shippers who have chartered ships for
coinparatlvily short periods liavo at
their own expense converted vessels
Into oil burners nnd saved largo sums
relief for cuiiiiIih.
vim. 4oc f' f
"She Stuck lo lltr Gun
Until Hit Bittlc Ended"
Till: nnmo of this story mailo the children laugh when rtniMr told It to
1 "Why, dnildj-," said Jack, "how could thero bo n Captain Molly
Pitcher? All the captains nre men, nrent they?"
"Well, son. Molly Pitcher wasn't oxnetly n captain, although iho wns called
one, but sho was a soldier und n fighter, and a good one, nnd the story that Is
told nbout her Is n true one. .
"It happened more than n hundred years ago, when tho American! were
fighting against the HrltlBh In tho great war nbout which you will learn In
school. Tho Americans wanted to bo free, and they had to fight long and
hard before they gained their freedom.
"At ono tlino tho Americans, who were led by General George Washington,
fought ngnlnst tho llrltlsh nt n placo called Monmouth, which Is In tlio stnto of
New Jersey. Among the Amctlcan fighters una n sergeant named Pitcher,
who had charge of ono of tho cannon. He was a brave, good soldier. Ills
wife, Molly Pitcher, had come to Iho army to be near her husband, and when
tho fighting began sho kept herself busy carrying water to tho wounded nad
thirsty American soldiers.
"It happened early In the battle that tho British fired n cannon ball which
killed brave Sergeant Pitcher. Somo one brought Iho news to Mrs. Pitcher.
'Then ho can fight no more for his country against tho British,' said tho
brave woman. 'Tell me, who Is In charge of his gunY"
" 'No one,' the messenger answered. 'Wo aro short of men who know how
to load nnd llro the big ennnon.'
" 'Then I shall go nnd fight,' said Mrs. Tltchcr. 'My husbnnd taught mo
how to flro the gun.'
"Sho went nnd took her husband's placo nt tho gun. It was n terrible bat
tie, nnd men were killed nnd wounded all around her, but she was not afraid.
Bliu stuck to her gun until tho battlo ended.
'No American soldier did better work that day than Molly Pitcher. When
General Washington heard of It ho sent for her, nnd In tho midst of all tho
generals ho shook her by tho hand, told her how sorry ho was that her, hus
band had been killed nnd thanked her for her work.
"Later Molly Pitcher fought In other battles against tho British until the
war ended. She was known sometimes ns Sergeant Molly Pitcher nnd some
times ns Cnptaln Molly Pitcher. After tho war ended congress tuaukci her
nnd gave ber money each year to live on." ,.JkiJ. .
ATTACKS ON HAWAIIANS
ANSWERED BY DESHA
Itev. Stephen l Desha, of Hilo, es
lei day came to the defense of the lln
wallans against repeated attacks he
)ng made ngalnst them in n portion
of Iho dally press. He declares that
the Kuhlo-Frear controversy Is belli,;
tired lo attack the llnwallans unfair
ly. "Tho fight between Kulilo and From
Is n personal matter," said tho Itev.
Desha. "Their light should not affect
Hawaiian people, because of Kuhlo s
tand In the mat lor. Kuhlo, as a c.tl
zcu, has a. perfect right to bring
chniges ngalnst Governor Frenr In a J
proper manner. It Is his prerogative
to do so, provided, ho Is within the
"It Is true that Kuhlo Is a Delcgato
to Congress In Washington, but what
ho docs outside of Congress does not
bind tho Hawaiian people, ns a race.
'TotKiually I mn In support of Ku
hlo, because ho Is fighting on princi
ple. Ills charges against Fr car's ad
ministration aio so framed that I inn
prepaid! to stand by him, should oc
casion demand It. '
"Owing to the stand which Kuhlo
Is taking ngalnst Ficnr he Is now
looked upon by tho Hawnliaiis ns Iho
most iKipular nnd leading Hawaiian
In Iho Territory. Politically ho Is
very much stronger today than ever
before. And when It comes to tho
election, It Is believed Hint tho 11a
wnllans, Irrespective of tliclr political
affiliations, will support him nt Die
"Tho llnwallans, as a race," con
tinued Desha, "ure admirers of n bravo
mid fearless leador such ns I'rlucu
Kuhlo. Ills nttltudo In tho fight which
ho Is carrying against Frear, Is much
tdmlied hy tho llnwallans. They nro
willing lo do nil they can to make
him tliclr leader In tho future
"As to tho criticism advanced b
the Slnr In tho case of Ahnpoko, tlio
guard who ran away from his post
while on duty," said Desha, "tho pco
plo who nre most responsible for his
escape urn the quarantine authorities
who had Iho matter under couliol.
"If tho qunriintlno authorities had
been more careful In guarding against
the spread of jellovv fever In tills
city, thero would have been no pill-
kta at all. This snmo loose method
of preventing nn epidemic from en
tering llnwnll happened In tho old
dns, when tho small-pox epidemic
destroyed nbout four thousand Ha
wnllans during tho tlmo when tho
Doard of Health was under tho con
tiol of wiilto men as now,
"Tho raco question," concluded Do
sha, "should not he agitated now. U1
us all llvo In ponco nnd harmony and
tho world will ho hotter off."
FOR FAIR PLAY
IMItor n von lug ll ullo t In As
thero have been many attacks direct
ed against tho llnwallans, of Into, nnd
ns I (Irmly believed that such attacks
mo uncalled for: I tnko upon myself
tho duty of an Immedlatn resHinso;
mil, thcrcforo, I earnestly icquest
that ou will allow mn to express my
sentiments though tho columns of
your valuable paper.
In the first placo, I wish lo glvo
for Iho public my opinion of the man
who, "wllh nn exceedingly loud voice,"
eltncked Iho llnwallans In tho "Ily
stnnder" or tho "Sunday Advoitlsor"
of tho nrtconth Instant. I think Hint
tho poor scrlbo must elthor hnvo been
intoxlcatod with rank prejudice; or,
his Intellectual propensities must. have
been oxlioniely warped' Poor old
sci Ilm' at tide was so ridiculous,
md Ills nigiiiueut.i Imhecilln, so de
fective; that 1 smiled us I never
The Story of Captain
We need not consider our eccentric,
scrlbo any longer; hut beluku oiii
selves to tho "Star olllcp, und glo
Mr. W. tl. Smith such a longue-lash-Ing
us Socrates never got from his
Irate wife. It makes ono weep when
little "Walter Smith" lecltes his dlie
tul elegy against Iho Hawaiian raco.
Ills remniks mo perpetrated with
such vehemence tlul I believe If nil
his "anathemas" weiu condensed Into
one great, woithless heap und dumped
wuiitonly Into nn old, rickety gar
let all the rodents lesldlug in such
gnriet would actually die of flight!
However, Mr. Smith has always
been known to cast a scornful eye on
tho pour otd Hawaiian. Ho Is fin ever
noticing tho "ovll sldo" of the ques
tion; but when Iho opposite side Is
hi ought up, ho Instinctively turns
uvvay his head, and forgets nil about
Ab to Mr. iAirrln Thurston, I can
only say that ho Is nn upright nud
conscientious man. Ills noblo aiuilogy
and his just views of the Impending
question, meet not only my sincere
thanks but, also, that of every 11b-erty-lovlng
Hawaiian of Honolulu.
Had ho not conio forth with his
ublu explanations there would pioh
nbly have been u mass meeting culled
among tho Iluwulluns mid, conse
queutly, the natives would have en
tertained very t-crlous feelings ugilust
their while brethren.
Among the ninny charges laid
ngnlnst tho credit of tho llnwallans,
let us consider die erratic lematks
concerning tho Inability of tlio native
in commercial affairs to this, let mo
nsk tho following; Can blids of a
different fealhci (lock together? De
cidedly not. Hut Is It not a fact that
many llnwallans hold very responsi
ble positions, not only In private cor
porations, hut iiUo In government of
fices? Does that not show that wo
aro Just as Intelligent ns nnjhndy
Further, llnwallans hnvo always, as
far their nicuns would allow them,
endeavored to glvo their children a
very liberal education. It Is a well
known fact that nntlvo students gen
erally mnko gioat progress In their
studies; ami, us n consequence, they
havo always rendered themselves ac
ceptable to their teachers.
Another of Iho charges which tlio
cynics lay against us. Is that of be
Iiir cnslly led nbout by the noso, I
pcisoually, would like to see tho mill
who would try such nn extiemely
dangerous experimont upon me.
would also llko to seo Iho fool that
would go up to any Hawaiian and
say, "Seo hern, Mr. So-aiul-Bii; I want
you lo Just do this und leave Ihut
alonp." I guess tho gentleman would
find hlmsolf making exceedingly lu
dicrous maneuvers through the nlr,
boforo he got through with what ho
had to say.
The Ilnwaliuns' Bole appeal Is for
fair piny. Glvo us Iho distinction duo
to gentlemen. Ilemenilier Hut Iho
llnwall or today Is not tho Hawaii of
loventy-flvo or fifty ears ugo.
We, of tho younger generation, are
striving lo bring ourselves up to Hip
true American standard. Scholastic
know ledge; tho lumen de liimlno fur
such men as, Newton, Locke and
fpencer; Is Iho chrlshed lamcl Hint
wo earnestly liy lo reach.
Hut surpassing all, wo claim tho
llheity duo to nil mankind; wo claim
n candid and Justifiable recognition
or our lights; nnd In voicing Iho same.
I "qnoto rrom tho Declaration of In
dependence Iho following: "Wo hold
Iheso truths to ho self-evident, that
all men nro created equal, that tlioy
aro endowed hy their Creator with
certain unalienable lights, thai amoiii;
Iheso mo I.lfo, l.lbeily mid Iho Pur
suit of Happiness.
(Signed) LAWHKNCB K.,
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