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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. Hh THURSDAY, NOV. 14,"1911.
Honolulu - St;ili il
Orciinlr Si'iotiil llcgrcc.
lliivviill.iu - I'lril Degree.
IIiiihiIiiIii - I hlnl Degree,
lliirirmii) (ii.iplcr Xo. I,
II. i:. . Hcgiilur.
AH visiting members of te
Order re cordially Invited to
attend meetings at local ledge
feet on the
2nd and 4th
tt K. P. Hall
7:30 P. M.
MARINE ENGINEERS' 0 h Aim
CHEFICIM. ASSIATIIW. eiationi cor.
HAWAIIAN'TRIBC NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets iwry first nnJ third Tuesduy
ii.' each iniinlli in lYalirnlty Hull, I. O.
O !'. hulldlng VIhIIIiib brothers cor-
Olally Invited In utleiid.
J HuIIINSON. Sachem.
II V. TODD, C. of It.
SONOMJLU LOBQE. 616. B. P. 0. Z.
Honelulu Lodge No. 816, I). F, 0.
tiki, iiicftn !a their hull, on King
Xtttet, near Port, every Friday -alng.
Visiting Ilrotber are cordially
nvlted to Hlteui.
i) ! it. lSHNiinita, e. r.
rii:o T. KI.UKCIIH Bee.
KcEINLEY L0DC3E. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Hft(t every 2nd and 4th Saturday
renin at 7-30 o'riook In IC. of I'.
Hall, cur, Kurt and lleretatila. Vlilt
lug brother rurdlally Invited tt at
tend. y. v. Kii.nuT, (3. o.
K. A. JAC01ISON, K. K. .
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.'
Meets every Ilrst und third Trlday lit
7 3o o'clock, I'ylhliin Hall, corner Here
Inula nml Fort streets. Vltltlng broth
th I'orillnlly linlleil to attend.
S. I)lK'Ki:it, C. C.
). !li:iNi:. K. of It. & 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Mills on second nnd fourth Wednes
dny evening of ench month nt 7:30
o'clluk, In Hnn Antonio Hall, Vineyard
rtreet, near Kinmn Visiting brothers
urn liiNlted lo att-nil.
I'. HKlfllNS, W. I'.
VM M'COV, Hvcy.
I-Mwnnl Dirle, the noted lMychlc of
tan Fnineltio. who for over twenty
eiirs Iiiim bien pronilneiitly Identified
w lib the Hplrltunllits' soeletlet. V Amer
lia. Is In Honolulu und will demon
strate phyrhlc pheonnmea, etc. Spirit
ual udilee on all mutters given Dally
10 to 4; evenings by iippnlntnunt. Tel
i phone SHIS or nf rrsldenei', V85 Klnnu
slreit. (Iniiul Seance every Thursday
i:e., 8 o'clock '" ' r.03-5w
Standing comliilttees'if tho Wnla-
lae, KulinuUI and I'alolo Improvemptit
eluh have been nuiueiLJix, follows:
IIikiiIn, Transit iiih'r Wafer "Supply
I). A. Hermit, Father Valentin, K. It
ilath. Daniel Logan, W. K. Shaw, J. C,
I'uikB, Sidewalks and Curbing II.
I' Hollluger, Carl Nloper, S. C. Hard
"Sty. A. H. Cunlin, C. A. Suvlllo. 0. A.
Hitnllatlim IM. Towse, A. F, Clark,
V. II. M. Ayres, O. Hwivoy, I)r. V. (1.
ItOgl'lH. ' '
Legislation II A. Douthllt, C. K
(Jiilnii. II. IIuikiI, 0. W. II. King, F. K
'Ihompsiiu, IM. Towse.
I'nbllrlly nml Meuibershlp-'H. Hoy-
en, M. K. 1 1 ulii. V. II. M. Ayies, C.
S. (,'iiine. Hairy T. Mlllc
Ceiilial ronimltteo Delegate K. A
llnrnill. Hairy T. MIIIh, Father Vnlfii
Iln, IM. Towso ),iiiii Ui;iiu, A. ,F
Clark, Zeno K Myors,
Auditors V t!. Ashley.,!) (1 Wine
kley, A. A. Albeit.
The Hawaiian baud "will piny thin
evening at tlm Vomit: Hotel und will
pifM'hl the I'olloHlug piogruiii:
, Mai cli King Kalukuua Iterger
Overt urn Festival llosslnl
Oavolle lllrthday Uitan
Sekctlou The Uimbardlaiis . . . Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian HoiiRH.nr. by Merger
Sell ctloii Musical liuvlow .. ltlviere
Wnlu liml Nights Htruusii
Match (Jiieen Knplolaul .,.. llurger
The Star Spangled Haulier.
III RIMl Al.l. TIIIH
excitement iln not overlook th fact that when you hnvo the CITY TRANS
FER CO. (Jns II Love) handle yinir baggage u will esi-npe getting tin
"QLUES" kucIi ns n person get on leaving Honolulu nml llmllnK that din
baggage wont wrong (Yes, wo know It Im'l spelled right)
Mext Coast Mall Due TuMday.
The next mall fiom the innlnlaud In
exiieetcd lo nrrlve In the Toyo Klscn
Kulsh.i liner Nippon Mam, due beta
on TiiCKiluy morning. According to a
cable received by the local branch of
tin- Merchants' exchange the Japan
ese liner sailed from San Francisco
nt one-thirty jestorday afternoon. Tha
vessel will hnvo no cat go and few
passengers for llonolulu. The story
s now going the rounds In shipping,
clrcles that this voyago will be tlio
last that the Nlpism Mam will make
across, the Pacific as a liner In tho
first class passenger trade, the rum
or being that tho Nippon Mum will;
on return here bo found rated as an
No Coastwise Suspension Here.
The fastidious passengers, who com
ulaln uf "oveicrowdlug" on n steam
er v.llh lliiee persons assigned to il
loom might be Interested III learning i
the method iiersmil liv Pimot Sound
shinning ci.ini.anles In the handling of,
passenger Irnlllc to Alaska lsirts. The
steamship Victoria in lived lit Health)
on October IS from Nome, Alaska,
with a million dollars In gold bullion
and Sll passengers, the record for the
' ensou's southward passage. Half of
tho gold was consigned to Seattle
banks and tho assay office hero and
Hut remainder to Sail Francisco.
Sacramento It Now a Seaport Town.
SAC1IA.MKNTO, November 7. Tho
liamp steamer Sulftin City has Just
unloaded a eaigo of shakes from tin
iipcnasl porL Deep-water vessels lire
a r.ulty here these days and the aril-
v:il of the Sulsiin Clt) attracted con
siderable utteutloii. She plies along
the coast between Snu Fiuuelsco and
Alaskan ports. No trouble was expo-
If need In navigating the Uiner Sac
ramento river and more trips may bo
madn In the future. Ilefore lijUniullo
mining Illicit tho channel or the river,
laig'' ocean ships called regularly at
Filipinos Due In the Korea.
About eighty "Little, llrowii Rrotli-
ers" from the Philippines aio ex'eted
to urrlse In the Pacific Mail liner Ko
rea which Is duo here on Satuiday.
Tho Koi en lias room for over one
hundred passengers und application
on file at the office of II. Harkfeld &
Co. Indicate that about fifty will avail
tlicnifcltes of the opixirtuiilty of trav
eling to the coast In this palatial ves
sel. Nino hundred Inns Oriental car
go Is to bo dlschaiged during the slay
of the vessel at tho port
British Skipper Lays Blame on Volcano
According to Captain Stephens of
tho llrltlsh. steamer Klght of St.
Ccorgc, which oierated in the service
of tho Australian Mall line between
the llrltlsh Colonies and Sun Fran
cisco, was drawn to her doom upon
tho Jagged reef at Nukualofa by n
strange phenomenon. He attributes
tho disaster to a volcanic disturbance
causing u tidal wave, which he clulnis
set the vessel nlno miles out of and
ahead of her course In uu hour and a
Some Long Distance Wireless.
A now lung-dlstanco tecord in wlte
less telegraphy wns established nt
Mure Island on October IC, when the
new high-inner station, which hi'd
been In operation less than two
weeks, carried on a conversation with
the new plant nt Unalnska, 2030 miles
to the north, While communication
at Mils dlstanco has been isisslble bo
lore In the night, It Is longer than any
ever recorded In the daytime.
Sparks from the Wirelcu.
P. M. S. S, Mongolia, en route to
Yokohama, g p. in.-loir, miles out; all
Mall Has Reached the Coast.
According lo cables receive,) here,
mall dispatched for the Northwest
eoaiit In llio I'anadlan-Aubtrall.in Iln-
W. C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
or Mnrntna reached Victoria in that
vessel yesterday. The Marnnin sail
ed from Honolulu on last WcdneRduy.
Many Pasinegere In Shlnyo Maru.
Advance report from the Toyo Kl
sen Kalsha liner Shlnyo Mam which
huh sailed from Yokohama for Hono
lulu and San Francisco Indicate that
the vessel Is bringing a large lint of
cnblii passengers. According to ra-
bios received at the agency of Catitle
nml Cooke, the vessel has room foi
but a doion layover passengers ftom
this jiort. The Shlnyo Is expected
here on next Friday.
Hllonlan for Coast via Island Ports,
Freight has been moving out of the
Matson Navigation steamer Hllonlan
lit a satisfactory rate and that vessel
Is scheduled to leavo for San Fran
cisco and Seattle fnmi Railway whnif
on or about live o'clock thlH evening.
"" '""" '" "i "mi",
''ort Allen, Kahiilul and Hllo, gather-
'B P shipments of Island freight
destined for the coast.
Collier Has Reached Newcastle.
A cable has been received hero to
the effect that tho llrltlsh freighter
Lodorer which sailed from Honolulu
on Oct. 21st, has arrived at Newcas
lie. N. S. W. This vessel bioilxht n
full shipment of Austrrllan coal con
signed to the Inter-Island Steam Na
The Inter-lslaud steamer Maul has
'ic'en placed' on tho berth for dispatch
to Puauhau, Kukalau, Ookala, liu
tiahoehoe and Papaaloa at five o'clock
this evening, the vessel taking ship
ments of lumber, fertilizer and sun
dries for Hawaii plantations.
Tho Mare Island wireless station on
October 23 received a rtlon of a
message being sent by tho battleship
Rhodo Island In tho vicinity of Hus
ton, Had wenther conditions prevent
ed perfect communications.
The American schooner Hubert
Lewers sailed for Puget Sound this
morning after having discharged a
large shipment of lumber at this port,
The vessel left Inking ballast only.
Ilccausc they have n great amount
of fi eight of all kinds to handle,
steamship companies operating be
tween Tacoma and California porta
ate having tioublo in moving the
Tho Pacific Mail steamship Korea
to be dispatched for San Francisco
on or about, five o'clock Saturday aft
ernoon will carry the next mall In
tended for Hie mainland,
Without ceremony of any kind, tho
Keel of tho Jupiter; the million-dollar
collier under construction at Mare 1st
find, was formally laid on October 18.
SKATTLK. October it,. Twenty
Yukon rivermen will be sent to South
America to oierute u line of fourteen
Bteuiners now being bulll at Pitts
burgh for service on the Aniaton, if
the plans or Captain K. u: Brown do
Captain Hrown, who for yeurs was
a navigator ou the great Alaska river,
has Just returned from n three years'
tnjur of tho Amazon nnd its tributa
ries, studying navigation methodB
"I bcllevo tho Yukon river steam
boat men tire tho best In the world,"
mild Captain Hrown. "A navigator
who can operate his boat In the swift
northern waters has nothing to learn
In running vessels up the Amazon or
its trlbutailcs. I shall engage only
the skilled rivermen as captulns nnd
chief engineers of the fourteen nleel
boats now building at Pittsburgh,"
Tho regular meeting of the mem
bers of the Hawaii Promotion Com-
mltteo will bo held ut tho roonu of
the committee, Young Hotel building,
today, ut 3:30 o'clock, p. in.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
Nov. in. i, tn.'ii m a in '
1 H41 10 Hi LTt I : (Ul, MC H--
I) 1114. .4 111" IOI Ml, .MS 011
M Ut. I ,
I1 ll.l", t.3 Oil' Bai .'47 0 14 Ml, 1.40
10 l.l.-, .t l."l J.KI IM 0.14 UT JX.I
ti iai j.i I inU.ai !, n s.irstj
l J.C'I.T 101 :tt 9IU 0.UI 5.IT ll
' , jl 0.1 S . t m saiw o.iri M7 &.I.1
Last (Unrter of the moon Nov. 12.
Temperatures fi a m , 74 j S n. in.,
7C; 10 a. m., 78; noon, 78; morning
Uarometcr, 8 n. in., 30.U8; absolute
humidity, 8 a. in., C.02 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, S u. in.,
A3 per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., 02.
Wind 6 u. m., velocity in, direction
K.; 8 u. nl., velocity 12, direction li;
10 n. m., velocity IS, direction N. Jij
noon, velocity 16, direction K.
Hnlnfnll during 24 hours ended 8
n. m., trace
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, .",!) lulles.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cohle to Merchant
Thursday, Nov. 16.
SAN FRANCISCO-Salled, Nov, IB:
S. S. Knterprlse, for Honolulu.
SAN FRANCISCO Hailed. Nov. IC:
II. S. S. Cincinnati, fur lloiioluln.
OAVIOTA Sailed, Nov. 15: S. S. W.
F. Herrin, for Honolulu.
S. S. Korea, will arrive Saturday
morning from Yokohama and will sail
for San Francisco at 4 p. in.
Hawaii Kirls Nllhau,
Wednesday, Nov. 15.
Manila via (luam Thomas, U S. A.
T r. p. in.
NOVEL PLAN FOR
The oldl-Cuban sugnr mill on
exhibition at the Honolulu Iron
Works nia be pressed Into duly
In the sanitation campaign. One
of the biggest problems of this
campaign Is getting rid of the
great piles of banana trees.
Mntiugcr Hedemnnn of tho Iron
, Works bus suggested tbut sev-
enty-flye per cent of the weight
of the banana trees could be ro-
moved by running them through
tlm mill und grinding "them.
Chairman Walter F. Dillingham
of the Citizens' Committee Is now
considering this proposition. It
Is suggested that one of the Mc-
Cundtess portublo engines used !
In well-boring could furnish the
power, and ul! that would be
needed would be to set up the
mill, tune It up a little nnd start
RULING BY COURT
The Supreme Court this morning
handed down Its decision In the cusu
of Philip V Frenr against Morris lto-
senbledt This was uu appeal from the
Th alienations of the hill were that
tho respondent was ut the time the
owner of hind und premises und of the
hind adjoining thereto, over whlili
exists a right of vvny. Further, that lie
made an ugieemeiit In writing with the
complainant, devising the right of way
nnd tlm premises to complainant There
was u clause that the complainant had
a right and option to purchase ut uny
time the premises mid tlm right of way
within three years for the sum of One
thiiusand dollars. The respondent cov
enauted that uu the payment of tho
money he Mould furnish tho complain
nnt n good uniltaillliient warranty deed
of the propel ly In question A'icqiiest
was made for the fulfillment of these
conditions, hut wus lefused.
The Supreme Court savs that "A con
tract to convey certain land by ' good
and aullUlent warranty deed' Is In law
an undertaking, not to furnish a deed
good hi form only, but to vonvey the
title free from all encuiiihriinoes."
The order uppenlod from Is set aside
und the cause remanded for further
proceedings' not Inconsistent with thw
"BANANA MUST GO," SAY EXPERTS
Nenily every prominent business
men In Honolulu attended the -cl,il
meeting of the chamber of rnmmerco
iesterday afternoon nml hoard Dr.
Hupcrt lllue. Col. Hbcrt, chief medical
officer of Iho western division, tun1
Dr. Ikiiinld II, Citrrle i-ak on the
iocnl health situation.
With the chamber of commerce
room packed to the doois and men
Mnmllng outside In the hall, tho meet
ing wns one of Intense Interest. II
developed three main features:
Dr. lllue, after a remarkably clear
and Intelligent on the yellow fever
nnd the yellow fever niosiiulto, de
clared that scientists of uulinieacli-
nble standing had found the yellow
fever mosquito In Honolulu,
Col. Kbort In unmistakable terms
warned the citizens Hint Honolulu
must be cleaned up or, fiom an army
standpoint. It will not be a safe poit
of call, nnd might easily, with a re
currence of yellow fover, be left on
tho map so far as the nrmy Is con
cerned. Dr. Currlo, In what wns a kind of
fnrcwell address, for he leaves for the
mainland shortly, paid high trlliutn
to the efficiency of the Territorial
health detriment and declared (hat
all It needed Is tho continuous and
hearty support of the citizens.
President Spalding Introduced tho
speakers. It was Dr. nine's first np
penrnuco before nil audience of Hono-H
lulu business men and he mndo an
Instant Impression. His address wns
admirable from the standpoint of be
ing easily understood by ii layman
and yet carrying with It the authority
of a medical expert. IPs conclusions,
diawu from the premises, were that
every osslblo breeding-place of the
Flfihtlug nml quit, I, ling over every V .Sutton cornered him nnd the mat
point, Harry T Mills this morning ,,,r "f ,IH exceptions lodged by Mill
, . ii,,, .11 ii. ligalnst the answer of the defendants
strenuously objicted to iiiivthlng being . ,
to his Injunction enme up. After Mr
done hi the Injunction ens.. agaliu.t the .,,, , ,(. ,,.,, , , milt.ri
in, iiiIm'Ih of the sanllary committee en-jn,lj;,. Whitney overruled Iho excep
gaged in the mosquito tight He seems lions,
il. ten, lined that Ids bananas shall still J Toniurrow morning the matter of
wave In the liicezu for n long time lo whether or not the evidence of Colonel
come eloigns of tlm Panama Canal Zone can
First of all he objected tu Judge w heard Is to come up.
Whitney hearing any of the case this, .M during -the morning tiled n
morning Jiiilgw Itobhfliiii, owing to replication. This means that ho fur
piessure of huidness, nsseni-illt. to ther Inslntn that the iio'lnlu uf his com-
jiiiiro Wlilincy, hut Mills ohjeiteil.
At last Deputy Atturney-Cleneral R should l given.
HOW WRIGGLERS ARE FOUND
' ' ' ' 5 .
That In nil probability many people
do not know how to look for wrigglers
hi bnuaiia plants seems to ho the solii-
tlon of the controversy Hint lias nrlseii
dining the last few days In thli eon-
Dr. Rupert Illuo has hud specimens
of plants brought In from time to time
from which he has procured wrigglers, this dries up may have to stay therti
although many people would declare until a fresh supply m rives. Ponie
tlint there were none there. ,tlmes thu dirt Hint lias collected will
When the hnf Is pulled oh the plant, stay dump until the eggs are hatched
ndlieilug to the thick rib or stem of the out. Hundreds of wrigglers nro being
leaf that runs up Its middle, Is gener- found like this nnd being sent In to
ally tu be found soimi dirt. To the headquarters.
(Continued from l"Q I)
hoped Hint so much of the garbage
can be handled on Sunday, that from
(hen on the regular operating foice,
aided by the special wagon force tak
en from tho municipal road depart
ment, can keep up with tho Hquuds
In thovarlous districts.
"The supervisors are doing uplen
didly lu appropriating additional funds
and cooperating." .said Mr. Dillingham
this morning, "but the thing Is too
big for the municipal garbage dis
posal force to handle. From nil over
tho city come reports of the rutting
find piling done not only by Iho
squads, lint by Individuals.
"That lu the reason for this spe
cial dny. Mr. Reiser and in) self feel
very much gratified nt tho splilt of
rooierutloii that peoplo nro shovylng
nnd the way In which they mo ngrcu
lug to tiiin over the drays ami teams
"Thorn was no meeting of Iho com
mittee yesterday so I vvuh uiiabln to
report on the plans, but I am gl.id to
any they tue ull going smoothly. I
I'opo Hint at leant ono hundred teams
will bo ready to wink Sunday morning
M Heven o'clock."
Not only the local business Onus,
hut organizations such us the Japin
eso Merchants' Assochllon and the
Hulled Chinese Society aio cooperat
ing, lloth will see that wagons, teams.
nnd men 1 in ii out on Sunday 'Hie
Hulled Chinese Society has a mcel
iug tomorrow night nt which Mr. Chi.
ilein will present Hie mutter, .
Tho work planned for Sunday Is
simple hut elfectlvo. Tho uiwiuu lieu
tennnlH will he notified tonight of tho
plans, so that on Sui'day they will
havo lliclr bertlons and men awaiting
the wugous and know Just how lo dlB-
pose tho foicea to best advantage.
inosuutli) must he ilestroed.
Col. F.bert futther emphasized Ihli
lHiInt' He took up hrlelly and In n
characteristically vigorous way Hie
banann controversy, and declared
llatly that the banniin tree should be
"flentlemen, I do not say that the
mosquito breeds In tho banana tree
by preference, but I do say Hint it
will surely go there If you destroy
the other breeding-places," he said,
"He then went on to say that In cjso
yellow fever should break out seri
ously In Honolulu, he would certainly
feel wai ranted In having this port cut
out ns a luirt of call for transmits,
ami (hat the troops ul ready here might
oven have to be withdrawn.
Dr. Currle'8 talk wns very brief. He
first told of tho experiments that had
proved absolutely that the stegomla
cnlopsus carriers yellow fever, and
then went on to pay tho tribute to the
local board of health. "1 have found
your board of health a good n Indy
of sanltniians ns can be found any
where on earth," ho tiald. "If Iho
merchants and the press of this city
saw to It that the board hud support
all the time, thero would be no need
of these sudden clean-ups."
Prolonged applause Was given each
speaker, und the bitslhess men were
evidently greatly Impressed. At the
end of I)i. Currlo's speech, T. Cllvo
Davics moved n volo of thanks to Dr.
Currle. "We have known him for four
years in ono way and another," ho
raid, "and have liked him for his effl
lientnted willing work. We are thank
ful that he was here when Hie emerg
ency came nnd that ho did take hold."
The motion wns carried by n show
Ing of hands by everyone present, aft'
er which the meeting adjourned.
plaint are correct und that Judgment
naked eye there are no" wrigglers nlsiut
and tho plant can be classed as clean,
When vvntcr Is run over the leaf, how-
ever, and the dirt washed Into 11 basin,
the water will be seen to eontal.n n
'itrcftt number of them.
The mosquitoes lay their eggs when
there Is wntir In tho cup. nnd then If
I On Sat unlay morning tho owners
of tho wugons will be notified of tho
various districts where they are to
rend wagons and men. Notices nio
Jnldo to bo published In the newspa
pers Saturday afternoon, assigning
I tho wagons.
On Sunday there will ho no cutting
of shrubs or underbrush. All tho
forces will be concentrated on loading
the wagons with the garbage and get
ting It down to tho waterfront and
tut on scows lo tho open sea, whoro
it Is dumped ovci hoard.
Those who havo pledged Iho uso of
drnys nn( wagons for the special
clean-up next Sunday lncluio Ilack
leld & Co., Davles & Co., Honolulu
Construction & Draying Co., Ilustnco
Peek Co., Peacock & Co.. Hawaiian
Fertilizer Co., Cullfornla Feed Co.,
Union Feed Co., Honolulu Iron Works,
Inter-Island Ship Chandlery Co., Allen
& ltobliibou, I-cwors & Cooke, Hono
lulu Urevving & Malting Co., Hawaiian
Soda Woiks. F. I.. Waldron, Associat
ed Oil Co., Uivojoy & Co., Juiiuuese
MeichnulB' Association, Chinese Unll
It Is suggested lliul another feature
of cooperation that would bo n great
help next Saturday would lie tho vol
Uuleerlng by firms or Individuals of
wagons and men to clean up districts
under their own direction, F.ven light
express wagons can be used to ml
Mintage, and If every citizen will see
Unit he polsoiially does something Ut-
worn garbage disposal next Buiutav
Iho woik ahoulil ho cleaned up so Hint
tno leguiar rorce eun handle It hero,
DOCTORS START TO
An lndeieiiilent microscopic exam
luatlon of the local mosquitoes wun
Halted osleiiay by His. Illuo unit
.Marshall lo delcimliio Just exactly
which one It Is that Is Hying around
during the dny lime. Dr. Illuo staled
that It did not matter which bleed
was found lu tho banana tiees as tlio
trees would havo to eoino down,
Several specimens of banana trees
with mosquito larvau In Iho basu sec
tions of Iho leaves were sent In dur
ing the day to headquarters in ac
cordance with orders Issued nml now
l)r lllue states Hint he Is ready to
go Into court.
Several minor kicks were ndded to
the list jesterday but vvero disposed
of without any further trouble, A
ie(lnl gang is Ktpi now anil ns soon
as a kirk Is registered this Is sent
out Id the plneo nml u few minutes
ifter they nrrlve tlieie the bananas
me no more.
Harry T. Mills added an nminvlt
of Olto II. Swerey to his million for
nn Injunction. Swezey nlllrms that ho
has never seen the stegomyla calopsus
or vollovv fever mosquito here except
ns a mounted specimen In collections.
Ho also states that he has examined
over a hundred banana plants nnd has
not found any mooqulto larvae.
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No fever cases have dev loped nnd
the situation Is good, according to the
report handed In to the (liivernor by
Dr. Pratt this morning.
At headquarters more wrigglers liavo
Ihimi drought III und work of estab
lishing their Identity Is being carried
Although It hns never been proved
that the stcRumyla Scutellaria moiqulln
carries yellow fever," said the (Joverii
or this morning, "on tlm other hand.
It has never Iwen shown that be dues
not Dr. Pratt tells me that nil the
work plong these lines has been In
connection with the stegomyla eiilopus
nui that the other one may or may nut
curry the disease. Dengue fevir Is car
ried by the culex or night mosquito."
Ry next Tuesday or Wednesday
morning, tho new iniiiilei nut receiving
station, said to bo the oest one of 1(3
kind on the, Pacific, will be ready, ami
within a few hours of If; completion
he linmigruut steamer Wlllesdeii with
ISOD-odcl H-oplu aboard Is expect to
ti;ipear on the horizon
So far as Is known, the Wlllesdeii
carries no wireless uppjintus and la
not experled to he heard from until
sl.e Ii sighted.
Tho board of Immlgrntlon'n force M
busy now making plans for getting
the Immigrants ashore nnd litu tho
new station. The vvoikmeu employed
by the contractors, tho Lord-Young
ltn:;lnccrlig Company, ure putting thu
'.Inlshlng touches on the building.
Commissioner Clark said today that
Iho board has received by mall a pas
renger list of those aboard the Wllles
deii, nnd ns many of them nro friends
or relatives of Portuguese nud Spin
!sh Immigrants already here, the list
Is eagerly watched.
The Hughes" Musical Comedy com
pany will change bills tonight, Iho
now ono being "Two Men from Ja
pun," said In be one of tho cleverest
and most rollicking music il farce
comedies over written. It nlsii gives
fine opportunities for singing ami
dancing 8ectaltles. ,
Meanwhile tho Honolulu Amuse
ment Company's oilier two open
houses, the Savoy und the Empire,
r.io drawing big crowds. Madame
Lloyd nt Iho Umpire h n star attrac
tion, while Clair and Clinton nro good
en any stage. At the Savoy Ventolin
Iho marvelous nilnd-readed and clair
voyant, and Mny Kdllh Tnylor, tlio
girl with the baby drnwl are prime
Tuber is a funny fellow, '
He's now kicking about a bite.
Ilu got from u mosquito
While asleep the other night.
He tells of dieum most fearful,
Peopled with banana trees,
Tho sight made his teeth chatter,
And caused trembling of the knees.
At Ilrst ho kicked becunsn they cut
Ills mosquito-breeding tree,
And now he kicks ugaiii because
The ekrets won't let him be.
Ho seems to be up ngiilust It
From bed-time until dawn;
And Jt's safe to bet that ho don't know
Which side of thu light he's on.
I'l.OI.'A SANTOS of llrin.i , ,...
of tho leaders lu Iho Sail Francisco
l.xnuiiiier puny contest. Her photo
uppea'S In tho Issue of November S
and mi uecoiint of u big Jump In votes
that stio pulled down.
MILTON & PARSONS
Opposite Young Hotel Phone 308a
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