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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, NOV. 3, 1911.
Ask Your Grocer For It
To tlio credit of thn women of llo-j llobdy were llio Hpe.ikerH,
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IIUIIIIII. uirj ii-tiimii'ii IHMl in iiiu
mass meeting call for last iiIrIiI, ami
tlio majority of tho'ie who attended nt
tlio RiilherliiR In tlio new Y. M. C. A.
hall wcic women.
A conceit ,it tlio Opera IIoiiho anil
Hie fact that thu tucctlni; was nrrmiR
cd lata mid hastily Interfered with
the attendance, ut the iuccHiir did
not tpcal; well for Hie luloicst Hint
Ilonolulii ought to take In this mutter.
Mrs, II, 1". Dillingham presided, an I
Dr. Donald II. Curito mid Dr. V. ('
VTO START BIG FILL NEXT WEEK
Notices to tlio effect that nil low
lyliiR laud must bo filled In within
twenty dajs or else tlio Rnvcrnmcnt
will step In and do tlio work nro to
ho scut out to the owners of property
In what Is known as tlio "Kownlo flit"
district. This Is that section bounded
by Hie sea, King and South sticcts
and Ward avenue and on which Sec
rotary K. A. Melt-Smith started dur
ing llio llnii) ho was president of tlio
Hoard of Health.
The Attorney General has been
woikliiR on tho matter durlliR tills objected to by somo people on tlio
week mul has now Ilmtlly d railed out ' Rriiund Hint It Is unconstitutional, and
4I (i.tt Inno Til. inillnpiit unlinimi lu.lllllt ll 1 1 tl W! t I f tl 1 1 V II 111 I'll I II I U ttt ! 11 M it-
IIU IIIHIUVDt IIIU hLIIUIIII n-III Mill iniuuiv iiivninii; iimnmno m "iiii
that all tho lands within Hint district 'cation. Thu Attorney (ionoral points
must lie lilled In so that thero will bo out, hovvovor, that this dllllciilty will
io water lyltiR nhoiit. As fur ns can ho met, by the pollco powor Riven to
bo ascertained nil tho owners III tho tlio Territory to protect tho conimun-
dlstrlct nro aRieoahlo to tho work
and It will all be let ns ono IiIr ten-'
tier In order In reduce tho cost.
Somo discussion has arisen us to
what Is to bo dono Willi land that will
III!, 1,11(1(11. IN CHARGE OF WORK
Dr. Currle, who Is to tuko full
chai-RO of tho IIrIiI aRalust (lie ilo
tiullo throiiRhoiit the city has estab
lished his licud(iiavters In tho Judi
ciary biilldliiR. lie and Senator A, V,
Jiulil Inspected tho placo this mornliiR
nntl decided on whoro cverythlliK
Bhoiiltl bo stored.
"I sliiill lako full command," mild
Dr. Currio this morulas, "until Dr.
Illno arrives. After that ho will ho
pill In charfio and I will tlrop back
again. I understand I am lo bo tlio
executive of the whole movement uud
will take hold or all the various plans
that nro on fool at llio present tlmo
and haiinoiiirn Ibeni
"Wo ii ro plnuulUR to divide the town
up Into six dlstilcts instead of illno
ns founerly planned under thu mini'
tary nuivey. Kach of theso will bo
NON-COMS TO BE
Non-conimlssloued olllceia In Rood
stamlliiR. not to fxccoil Id In number
will ho nlloweil lo take sorvico with
h... i.....r,i r HI, in l,it.ii idmruii of
mosquito clean-up Mimi'ls. This was
decided tin josluidtiy nfternooii by
(icucrnl Macomb, depiilnicnt ciin
maiuler, nni nil the nrmy posts In
Oahii were notified slniullaneously.
Tlio non-coins will norvo ns civi
lians uud not us Undo Sam's ropto
K'litallvus. Tho bervlco Is piuoly vn
iunlaiy, tho lnatructliH Issued IidIiik
tu llio effect that iioii-coiub would be
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Rruulcd a inonHrs liuloimh on npi'll-
pillion, for tho purpose of taking ser-
lco with the board of lienlth. Ah the
mldlers will ho mld $".' n month by
tlm l.n.ii.,l In mlillHiii tu lliclr teuu
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lar uiuiy pay, It is believed tliut thupilvatc, In tho city on jcllovv fovcr
fiiit in i-7 i-n-1 t'fAiih'ititfafi-'ihi--'1-'ii-iftrrf' f" - - f - - - - i -
L k tvOL
talked on jelluvv fever mid its symp
toms, while Dr. Ilnbdy's theme wan
piceaiitlon to he laken liy tlio house
holder. Dr. llobdy .set at rest llio unfounded
minors that llio nisitilti tlpiads will
make n wholesale Hwccp of, tlio lawns
and shrubbery of tlio city, lie said
that unthinR like Hits Is necessary.
(lutlcis must ho kept clean mul drain-
I-.1 nmt ferns kont muler wlimtn l,nnl,l
bo taken Info the brlRht Minlllilt at
113 tills kllla tlio
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no bo worth what t costs to 111). Tho
Attorney General stated this morning
that ho does not think that there will
bo any of this property tliiougliotit tho!
nrcsclll illstrlet mill that If there In
then the extra money will como out of
tho $3.10,0(10 iovoIvIiir fund appropil
nted by tlio Legislature for tho work.
Tho act provides that If Hie owner
will not do the woik within twenty
days, or rather make a start, then tho
Kovcrninent can step In nml curry It
out, placliiK a loin against tho prop
erty to pay tho cost. Tills has been
Ity iiRalnst daiiRers. Tlio power Is al-
most unlimited when any daiiRer1
threatens and If necessary houses
could bo torn down without thero he-
Ihr any clianco of redress.
subdivided nRiilu and thero will bo
forty sitbsecllons ulloROtlior. I It this
way tho work can bo mapped out so
that everythliiR enn ro iiIoiir without
a hitch. Tho woik of lllllliR In tho low
lauds In tho Kcvvalo district will not
como under my province, which sim
ply consists nt handliiiR the iuosiiiltii
tt iFjia I rim J In ii rilitil.
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4111 siJ vsi i
In tho ciuainntlno area at Kallhl,
staled tho (lovernor thla niornliiR,
"and tho work of runuliiR up tho baib
who Is K''ltiK ahead rapidly.
"A un nMra precmiHon and iih ii1
belli III the ruiiiiIIiik of thu pinto a
powerful electric IIrIiI has been
stiuiiR rlRht In tho middle of the sec-
tlon hi that anyone moviiiR
there ut nlRht tun bo been,"
list will bo lilled In Blunt order. As
appllcalloiiK must bo de In writing
It will piohahly ho loinunow bofoic
tho nanicH IicrIii In como In.
(Continued from Pags 1)
llobdy mmoimt'Oil tills mornlUK Hint
npt Snui:i)' inornliiR tlio mombeis n
tlio Hawaiian Medical Association will
ennnLr nt uvpri' srhfiol. tiuhlln tilul
NEW INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE
WESTERN DIVISION VISITS POSTS
Colonel John I,
Ch.iinhcrl.ilu of the
en roule from Mniill.i to Kan l'rnn-
t.M. (u .t0me liipcctnr-Rcncrnl of
uivl-ln. Is In Honolulu
today. Tills lllnrlllllR be called lit
hciuhiuurlrrs of Hie Dcp.uimcnt of I In-
w"" "" '"'" " nori ciinicrrnco witu
Cicitfiul Mutnmti Hie pair Mnricil on
an liironii.il Inspection tour of the tir-
Colonel Chamberlain and flrncnil
I .Macomb visited furls HiiRir, lie ltnssy
;aiiil Armstrong during the morning,
mul ttin iinw liikTtiiM'tiiri.nnrriil nrefi'MS.
ed himself as much pleased with the
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The tranHirt Logan has on board
"rl" 50 """ " '' -'' "
of llit-m bchiR enlisted nien who will
be illsch.irKcd In the States. The cas
uals are In charKu of Klrst Lieutenant
V C. !'. Nicholson, Ninth Cavalry.
mid sanitation measures. Nearly cv-
cry physician in tho city will speak
at least once during llio luoriilui;.
Tho muss nieelliiKs will ro forward
vvlthoiit cCbU.iHnu. picpmlUR tlio rcii-
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oral I'tiimc fr tlio Dig ucllvly Hi-
Governor t roars blalemcnt today
shows tlio proRress made In tho Ka-
"ll1 "ren- I
Tho public may icst tissuied tliutj
every posslblo piecmillon Is IicIiir
tiiKen, nn,i inni wnno uio horiousuess,
of tho situation litis not been over
'letlmatotl, llicie Is absolutely no ica
snii for panic. Indeed, I huso who tiro
in tho midst of tho woik ale llio ones The new specifications for tho al
who fear tho least us to thu final ul- teiulin of tho Judiciary IiuIIiIIiir arc
como of tho llRht. now completed and nro available at
"Thero lire some Rhosts up ut Ka
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Uho ""-'r flBlit. " tiny come to my,
l''"i almost every nlKht. They 1l.mt.11
,"1"1 f'-'V "round mo like "
Martin Iljuii. who was statlounl at
Kallhl us u Riiard In Hint oca1lt. Ibis,
iiioiiiIiik hurried down to ' the pollen
station and told Sheriff .lairelt that
some Rhouls have been lioHicrliiK him
I since ho was appointed uuard by tlio1
'health department. Ho wauled the
islurllf lo stud it siiiiol of policemen
I up to his place ut ulitht uud arrest tho In such cases made mid provided, duly
Khosls pluNlnK aiound his stuHoii. iilled In this olllcn u pi tltlon for tint ills
'ItMili said lie was not nble to Identify siilutlou of thu snlit (orporatiou, In-
Hie vlsllois, as the moment lio enlarged etllier with a ccrllllcalo therein nn-
his eyes with a view lo IdciitlfvliiK nexed as rciiilicd by law;
them, they would disappear In tlio, Now. then fore. Noiln, is hereby
dark. All that Mud of business, heiven to nuy and all pirsons that liavo
snld lo Hie Kherlrf, should bo stopped.l nn now Intiresteil In any iiian-
ll... il.n t.,.ll.n
II 1 III V "'II'-'- ll"! niiriiei III IV mini 't "ii fit iii
Jtdictt who lMtfiin. to tlio nail story, Hint nWertlnns to Ittu HninlhiK of tlm
of tlio Kntllil Ktiiuil, tol film to mlii.l ynl'l petition imift ! Jllotl In HiIh of-
bis own business, mi Hint tho Kbosts lit e on or before 2 o'clock noon. Jan
would not tioublo him. lie said thatjunry 12. JIUJ. and that any pvrsou or
hu could not scud up a sound of polltu perrons desiring to lie heard tbireou
olllccis to arrest Rhosts who disappear-
ed In the air In order to please Itymi.j
Jarictt told him to ro and tell Dr.'
' 1'riitt. president of the Hoard of Health
JtMUI. uccorilliiR thills appearance this
mnrninp, was evinontif miner the in-
(Inent'e of lli(uor. lo ftave n wimpte
of a dance which be said he saw when
the ebnsts visileil bis olaen nt Knllhl.
KherlfC Jarictt, cuthiiblastlc over tlm
- - - Afivm'rif..--.,----i.t.if' -
'I he number Includes 1 110 men rroiii
Hclmllchl n.irrneits anil a lew irimi
each of the other O.ihtt pi.Ms Their
departure means it vacancy hi Philip
pine ranks for upproxlumUly four
mouths, and for about thrte months
here, ns there nro , few rcilillMlncnls
uud pruclleally no recruiting at thu
Colonel Woodward, Coast Artillery
Corps, who has been rtntlnneil at Ma
nila for Mime time past and who Is re
turning to the KtaUs, and Colonel If.)
U lingers of the pay department were,
callers n army heiiilAmdcnriuTs morn
ing. Until are pass;erter 6n tiio l.ogui1.
Captain Wallace, ttlmi.il Corps, who
has been stationed Iji re for oine time,
leaves for his new" station nt l'nrt
Wood, New York harbor, on the Lokhii
this mciilnc I'oit Wood Is on lledloes
IkIiiiiiI, so Captain Wallace will per
form bis new duties In the shadow of
the .Statue of Liberty.
masterly way Ityaii danced In hlsprcs-
nice, applauded for more. 10 an next
Ikiivc n "two-step" and was told to net
out of the room uud report to !r
tho olllcn of tho superintendent of
Tho tenders uro to ho In by Do-
iiember 1 when it Is IhoURht that with
I tho allocutions now uiado tho various
til ins will he nblo to como within tlio
TERRITORY OF HAWAIJ.
TREASURER'S OFFICE, H0N0
tp ro Dissolution of the Honolulu
Stock-Yards Company, Limited.
Whereas, the HONOLULU STOCK-
VAItDS COMPANY. I.I.M1T1CD. u cor-
porallon established ami exIstlpR lilultr
and by virtue of the laws of the Tir-
rllory of Hawaii, has pursuant to law
I..,.- .,.liUi.ni,H In II... uslil .uri.iif ill l.ii
uiiist be In atteutlaiice at the oltlcu of
the uiidcrslRiieil, In the executive
HulldliiK, llofioltilii, at 2 o'clock noon
of said day, lo show cause, If any, why
said petition should lint be it ran led
(H) 11 L CONKI.INO
Tlrneurcr. Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, O, tuber 2S, Hill.
r,071-Nov. S, 10. 17. 2li Dec. 1. 8, IS,
!, .'j; Jan. C, 12.
- - - f - tr - lft - At - i, - . MAm,
TO BUILD BLOCK
A business block will lie eroded nn
Hit? inniikn-Wiilklkl rorncr of flcret.t
nl;i anil Nuiianii nvcniie liy llio ('. M.
Cooke Kslnto, l.dl., vvllhlu a shot I
time. The city ctiisliivcr'n department
has licrn nskctl Tor a curl mul nllivr
The estate will rIvo the city twen-ly-fle
niiinro fict nt the comer, Hum
allowing linn o room for thu curve of
tlio (lipid Transit, tracks.
In Its offer the KMnto links Hint th"
lioaiit lit llio Kntne time t.iko stops to
have Hie property line of premise be
tween this corner lot anil I lie Sachs
btilhlliiR inoveil lurk In thn roRiihir
line. Hum rIvIiir a unlforin riirblnR
and propel ty fronliiRo on llcrclunlu
nenno between I'ort mill Niiiianii. At
lioscnt the properly now JiiIIIiir In
to Hie street ilcprecl lies Hie value of
Imtli the coiner lot ami Hie H.iclm
biiililiiiK, particularly as to icntuls.
Kle members of the illy and county
Hoard of Hopirvlxiirs K.tlhereil inidiic
ceplnl the provlslims of a rrorciiila
tlou si heme for the olllee Ktarr of the
Honolulu road department, which
aiiiouK other IbliiKs turns over to
I'b.trles Clark the fiirciuaubli of both
the I'liiirth uud h'lfth ill-trlets nml calls
for Hie illuilu.itloii of (lenrRe I'.. Lowe
from Ibis branch of the service.
A couimiiulciitlou submitted by
Charles Wilson, road supervisor for
Honolulu illi-trkl, was favorably pass
id upon by nil members save Chair
man DwlKht ami Huptnlsnr Uiw, who
wrie not present lit a intetlni; held last
The I oard adopted the report com
Iiir f l urn llulhllug and l'luuibliiR 111
speclor Mlelilstclu, whlih showed tide
tailed stall iiienl of rculpts for the
month of October ainoiiuHiiK to $22
for plumblliK and j:.r.l.TU lollected froui
biillilliiK pirmlts. riiunlrliiK plans llleit
iiiimbiieil W5, with '.iJ permits Issueil,
71 ticcepteil, 170 Insiieeilnus made and
12 M'ttrr connections eylabllshed.
nulldlnt; plans Jll.il uiimbi red r,7:
peruiits Issued, ill; Inspu lions. 11:
at an cstlnia,tcd vest of g3,lR.
jMlcldstulit Jjis'l twt that hjs .tUHt
traveled"" ifi'b inffes iluVTiiK llio pant
Three Thousand for Nuuanu Avenue.
Three thousand dollars has been set
aside for earrjliik' forward the work
'of vvhleuluK Nuuanu avenue durliiRtho
luontli of November KikIi was iiRreeil
uud passiil upon last nlKht. The esti
Some "Newsies" Will
Get the Prizes?
ARE YOU going to land one of these Five Grand
Prizes, or are you going to let the other fellows
carry them off ?
HOW ABOUT THAT TRIP TO THE
The BULLETIN is holding it far some little news mer
chant. Who gets it?
Make the other fellows hustle to keep up with you.
FIVE MAJOR PRIZES:
And a New Suit of Clothes for every boy who comes
near to the leaders.
1st, Round Trip to the Volcano, or equivalent in cash
2nd. Gold Watch or equivalent in cash
3rd, Silver Watch, or equivalent in cash
4th. $25 Dry Goods Order
5'tli, $25 Grocery Order
mates for road work In Honolulu dis
trict and the inululcuattce of the ile
parlmint all for 1 1 " for Knbala road,
17n for Kitllhl V.illev. $-.'4l 75 Tor
street uiainttiiaiiee In llooolnln. Willi
Ifi-T, to pay salaries anil i xpi n, s III
the road department olllee
III the Wilson riorRniiiziitloti selieiiiK
as set rm in. Luvvaro Jiupkins is en ri
uud timekeeper Men A V llrlKhl C
A. Wlileuialiu Is rIviii n snlnr of l.'.',
inonlb. while Hopkins will rcolvo
til', n mouth
City Fnthen Willing to Attljt.
The city fathers nccipted all Invllt-
Hou to be present at a inectliiR or the
Oahii Cenlrnl linprovemeiit Clubs ex
tended throilRh Will Cooper. Hie see
rrlnry This ineetltiR Is called
Tlmrsdii.v evening. November 0.
Its purpose as set forth Is to ri e-
ommeiid a dvllnlle plan uud to work
out ways ami means for lmproliiR thn
sanitary rnmlltlon of the city. In this
connection Supervisor MeClolInn lut
ed that the municipal Kovernment slood
ready to take up Its share of the bur
den of cleaiiliiR up the city The city
sanitary depnitment Is prepared to
lake up the light URiilnM the movutto
ami nsslst In the suppression of .vol
low fever .MrClell.m moved that tho
special committees now ciirhrciI In that
wulli be thus notllled.
Lucas Wants His Money.
"Jack" Lucas wants pa for the strip
of laud which he ilalms the immlil
pallly bus In en usIiik these iii.ui ears
u road. The board llstemil to ti
polnteil eommuuleatlon from l.iiens,
which plainly Intimated that his prop
erly had been taken up by the city
and notliliiR bad been done towards it
p.ivment for the same. Lucas seeks II
nam ial relief or else he sn)s that ho
proposes to take steps perhaps detri
mental in lli. board.
Reduction Resolution Moved Forward.
A reniiiton which on bis'omlliR it
law will result In a marked leducllou
III the funds at the disposal of the
country road supervisors was moved
aloiu: last nlKht It must pass one
more session of Urn board before roIiir
before Major J .1 IVrn for Us veto,
which be promises to alll Arnolil
was the lone objeelor to Hie reilui Hon
which other metubi rs of the board
would lulllct upon their loiinlry ion
stltiieuts. City Pays Rent at $1 a Year.
A dollar a jc.ir for a term of live
vr.irs Is what the city and county will
him to pa for a piece of laud Hircu
Imiidieil by linen hundred feet, situ. lie
at Wnti rlnvvn and ovvnid by the Itlsliop
lNlnte The piete of land In iiiestluu
Is to be taken ovir by the iniinlelp.il
cnvi ruutcnt for school puipr,ses. The
itly nml iiiuiily attorney will bo uil-
lluirl.i'il lo flits r Into an iiureemint or
Itaso Willi the HUIu'i'
tract ut the IlKiiro set
Maklki Stream Is a Menace
Tho Maklki stream passlnR throiiKh
a lino residential district is declared a
menace to the health and happiness of
a larRe number of piople It Is de
ilared a breedliiR place from whence
What Is believed to be Hi- larR-st
earpo evci Iniiur.ht In a single holtom
from Seattle to llio Hawaiian Island
Is Included In the IiIr lolislRlimeut of
nearly elcht tlinusand tons ficlRlit
which nrrlved this inornltiR In tlio
.Malsoti NnvlRitloii steitner llonolu
lan. I'lour, In lots of thoiHaiiils of
sacks, iiuniitltleH of feed Rtuffs, baled
hav, noun cases of salmon, fifiOfl sacks
teniiirer, several ten iiiousmni lots u
box shoks mid n varied line of inls-col'-inrous
ftclRht Is stored away In
He hold of ilia vessel, a rod liy sir
t Kin foi illcrharKc nt Honolulu, thu le
mainiler to lie left at Kiiliiilul, Port
Allen, Kaanapali and llilo
Ten pasieiiRers were arrivals In tho
llni'r, which ste.imcil fnmi Keallle to
Ilonolulii direct, also IhIiirIiir seven
teen sarks of Noithwesl mall
The llonolulan Is at the rallwav
wharf mid will leni.iin at Hie pirt sev
eral days hefoie depirtliiR for Island
In .iddltlon to n hold flllod with
frclKhl, Inrpo shlpnieiits ol" lumber
wcio carried on derk. Anions this
wcto nine lurKo pieces of limbers
known ns "spuds." which are to he
lidded In the equipment of Hie sev
eral ilrcdRcrs now al work in Ilono
lulii and Pearl Harbor.
A shipment of one hundred head
sheep fin Paiker's sheep station on
Hawaii nml f7 head burses mul mules,
nrrlved In Rood condition. On if.ek
Is a small launch which will bo trans
ported lo .Midway Island on the next
trip of tho ftble supply Khooner
Khiinenco Wanl. This launch will bo
used by (ho cabin station as a leader
In which visits to the Plain once Ward
tnn ho belter expedited In roiiRh wea
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record November 2, 1911.
(I W I'.ilill to iMMrl K Paint. .. I)
Kauninkaplll Church by Irs lo Wil
liam U Castle AM
Mrs Hose K Cox to Mrs Kapeka
M Cummins ltd
emanate millions of inuxipillocs. Tim
bed of the stream abounds in pool
and holes In which vvaler stands and
serves us a spleiiilld breedliiR place for
the vvrlRglcrs LiiRlneer Here topi the
board that It would coxl about ten
thousand dollars to cement the bed of
Hie stream lo it point where It pasgeil
i Instate fur Jhj'LinJ,u.Uic.cuijrliv-lliMH--tl' lhucll
net dovvi: hi iTsTTiiu ccmcutlUK of the littorrr"V'-fiil
to be Hie only remedy tiRiilnst tho col
lection of vvntcr there. There nro
times where Maklki n-servolr ovitiImwsj
Hint a stream of wnler Hows IhtmiRli
Hie Maklki ditch, but tit other limes
It Is tut abhliiiR place for stagnant