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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1911.
V .1. IWIMH I.... . t
All rliltlng nieniDera of tir
Ocdnr ore cordially InYlted to
attend meetings of local lodges
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
t K. P. Hnll
7:30 P. M.
marine mmm 0 ao.
aHEFICIAL AFS"11AT10. ciationi cor.
U. HcKWLEY LODGE. HO. 8,
K. of P.
Meets rvry "ml. and 4th Baturday
ttenlug at 7.30 o'clock In K. of P.
f Hall, cor. Fort ami Ileretanla. Vlsit-
log brothers cordially Inrlud t at-
f. f. icii.nur, c. c.
II A. JACOIISON, K. II. B.
40N0LULU LOTJOi. 616. B. P. 0. 1.
Honolulu 1 Aldus No 616, II. I'. O.
li, nmplH In tliclr hall, on King
Itreet, near Port, every Friday sve
alug. iVIslllng Hrotbeni ar cordially
'n?lted to attcu-!.
D P. It ISUNUUKO, 13 R.
GEO. T. KLUKUUL, Sec.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O.R.' M,
il' - lif'" '"" "rMt ""d third Tuemlny
fab. Tor jfciJi, iruinlli fi; J 'ntq iilty!lliill'l,l.'p.
, o j. building. Vtsltlug brothers cor
dially tut lied tn attend.
V. .1 IIOIHNSON. Hai'licm.
U V. TODD, O. or IL
OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
7 ."ii o'clock, I'vthlnu Hall, corner Hcre-
timl.i nnd I'nrt street. Visiting broth
trn cordially Invited to nttciul
s. DKCKKH. C C.
O HUtXIJ. IC of It. & S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O E.
Meets on second nml fourth Wodnes
d.iy evening of ouch nmnth nt 7 31)
iiVlnrk. In Sun Antunlii Hull, Vineyard
street. ii n r Ihnmii Visiting brothers
uru Invited to attend
I' IHOdl.NH, W 1.
M C M'COY, Secy
Importer Fort St
MILTON 4 PARSONS
Opposite Youmj Hotel Phone 3088
i ini: mii i.inhiiy
DO0TON DLDQ. FORT ST.
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLINERY STYLES ON
Lnriict' and Men's Hats Reasonably
Received, by the last etcamcr, LIN
GERIE nnd TAILORED WAISTS,
FALL SUITS nnd RAINCOATS) also
ONE. PIECE BROADCLOTH GOWNS
Ttlys. F. Zeave '
03 YOUNG BUILDING
NEW STAMPING PATTERNS
City Transfer Co.
JAS. H. LOVE '
The Sixth Steamer Constructed by the Union Iron Works
For the Local Company Nippon Maru an Arrival From
the Coast Several Inter-Island Vessels Will Get Away
Today Tourists for the Volcano.
The hiiiuUninc now kIiikIc crcw
itv.imci KIl.tiicH tho 8l.Mli M-sscl to
ho I'limiilcloil nt tho nrdn of tin1
I iilon Iron WoiKh for Iho Intel -Inland
titoani NnvlR'itUin fniiiium left San
I'r.iiicisco tinlii). and IicrIiih Iho ni.ild
in mij.iko In tho ll.innll.iii lal.imld
Ahlth l oxpoctfil to tiMiuliialo on or
i limit next TntMlii iimrnliiK. uhen
the l.ik'Ht addition to the licet, Willi
'.ill.ilii William I'loPiiian on tho
luldKO. Is hopod will stciini tllloiIKh
the cIi.iiiupI and Into the hnihor amid
.iKiiiiiut; dcmonsi ration hy slicn, wills
lie and dicers.
The Kllauc.i with I'lesldclit nnd
(iemi.il ManiiKer .1. A. Kenned) on
i.o.ud and he.itlui; nc.irl one thou
uiiid t ohm Keneinl rnrKO consiKiied In
I lie M.HHoit X.wIk.iIIoii Cnnii.iu 10
eeiitl iinnpleted n cellos of Irl.ila
which tinned out uxticmoly siitlsfne
lon Tho (i.hcI Is fitted up with coiy
acces.soi) and auxiliary iimi.iII) lilted
on etkcls of her class, hiich as elcc-
ii ic IIkIiIh, steam steciliiK Kcnr, stcjm
windlass, steam wlnchiH, oll-liiirnlui;
rjkti'nl, ilonhlc lioltom with cniiaclty
ror carrjIiiR siitllclelit oil filed to per
illt of cunilui; to iSau Trauclsci) for
Tho rnhlns, dlilliiK saloon,' soclnl
hall and hiiiokinj! room aro liaiidsoiue
ly lltted up mid inesent n tiuwt pleas
tUK nppearanro. Tl.o hard wood and
upholstciy for UnUliliiK these ioimiih
lime lieen selected with tho mc.itcit
e'ire to iiioduce harmonious effect.;
Cnch of the thirty-four stalo moms
lias two metiil enamel hcilhs and one
iiaiiKom, whleli e.iu he rouxerteil Into
an additional licith when leipilipd
Special attention has nKo been f,QX
tn Hie olllieis' and clews' cm. uteri
with a le to milking tl'cm loomy
and comfoi l.ihle In a tioplcil clim
nto The Kll.nuM has a str.illit stem nml
(lliptleal stem. 11.il Keel and Is to Ii
rlcRed as a fiiie-cinil aft loK-iif-iiititlcin
irlionei tlieo fine and main mists to
liac two oiiliiniM cau'ii derricks on
tho after sldo. Tho foro mast Is to
line an ndilltioual 20-tnu derrick.
Tile dteks Iho in number, aio nam
ed shade deck. IiiIiIro deck, mIooii
lick, main dcik and lower deck
Tho double bottom oxtemls fnim
Tame ltiO to fr.imo :;i with ,i center
'Ine oil ami water-Unlit keelson, Iho
spice under tho ciikIiio ami foichold
helm; airaiiKed In earl) llipild fuel.
Tho tank under Iho bnlleis Is lilted
to cam flesh water.
On tho bildpo deck mil the pilot
house, cjplalir loom, two lomus for
unicorn, dlieetors loom and sinokliiK
room with bur, water closet, u'ld tiimk
in ciikIiio loom.
On the saloon deck mo tho ilinliu;
loom, pantiA, two men's toilets mid
laafor, two women's toilets Iwi
companions to bliJilo deck, ono com
pnnlou to main deck, two laddois Un
wind to in ii ii deck, hteiim .winch aft
hatch to after hold, gmtinc mer till
er, four sctteo teats and twentj-two
stnteiooniH and piusor's loom.
Tho main deck will hue tjuat tui s
foi clew fot u aid, (amp room, pol
room, ciow's tollcl, ciew's shower,
luitfli lo roio ami after holds, two
ulc.im winches, iiiaitoriniister's loom,
I'oatswiiln'H loom, clcxoii lliut-gl.tstt
fl.iteiooius Kiilloy, mess loom, siow
ird's loom, looms for ficlcht cloik.
oilers, water tenders eiiBliiecis, cooks
mid wallers, null loom, sp.uo loom,
ladles' toilet, steward's stores, two
lollels and h ith for officers, men's
toilet, leo houses, stocrnRes, nunitoiB,
hatch to after 'tween decks sleain eup
ttnii, sl pili.t or bltts, ono homy bill
t-tom chock, loom for firemen and
two I.imiIoiIph for Hit erase, tbrep
nieil's toilets and olio women's toilet
I'rcsh water t.iuka with eaiiacltj of
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.
Tel. 1704 ' Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
L'.non Billions mo located "Ror end
of fore 'tween decks.
Tho xessel Is electrkall lighted and
has n seaichllKht on lop of the pilot
house. The gonorulor sets consist of
two 1G k. w. djnnmos designed for
11(1 Milts with ortlcil sluglo o Under
high pressme eliglnc direct connect
ed. The main engines consist of ono set
of four-cj Under tilplo expansion en
gines with ejlliiders 2.VI1-I8 Inches
and IS Inches diameter and 30 Inches
Steam Is supplied by four single
cm! Scotch marine typo boilers, filed
1 1 nm foic nud nft In one tiro loom.
Kncli boiler contains three Morison
suspension furnaces. Tho boilers aro
12 feet 3 Inches diameter and 11 feet
king, the furnaces aio 31 Inches dia
meter. Knelt holler has thno hundred and
Incite 2'i Inch tubes.
TIicm! boilers were designed for n
winking jucsHiiia of 180 pounds per
rqunrc Inch. The shells nre In two
lengths and one com so elicumfcrcn-
Kaili fin naro Is fitted with one
Da 111 oil bin tier.
Passing of Well Known Steamship
A. II. Tllston, known to many nt
Honolulu hoinc j ems ago as mi officer I
with the I'acillc Mall Steamship Com-!
puny nnd a fieipicnt xlsltor In con
fciicucc, died at Kobo Japan, on
Oct. "8. Heart dlseai.8 It assigned as
I lie cuii"o of dealh. Of lute e.ns bo
with Identified with tho hotel business
In Iho Hast and served ns maiiiger of
the Oi lentn! Hotel at Kobe.
The lute .Mr. Tilston was a milhe
of Amcilf.i, ami was for mini) cars
(iigaged by a trnus-l'aeiflc steamship
comii.iny, gaining iuniimornhlo friends
In that c.ip.iclly. After u slioit resi
dence In Shanghai, ho was appointed
manager of the Nagiisagl Hotel, which
'ippnlutmcnt lie held until the closing
o that establishment, some flvc)cai
ago. Two )cai later he accepted Iho
position of. numngcr ' tho Oriental
Hotel, Kobe, filling tho post to gcncial
nntlsfactloli. Mr. Tilhton was married
twite, his hecond wife, who was mal
um at tho Olienliil Hotel, hating tiled
I wo j o,ii f, ago In California, wlilllicr
tdio li'ul. piocccrifd for Uiq Ifncllt of
her liealth. Ho leaves two )ouug tons
now In fcchool In California, wlt'i
whom much s)mpathy will be fell. He
was about VI je.irs old
New Liner for Nippon Yusen Kalsha.
The Nlpinn Yusen Kuishn have,
rays u London Journal, placed an Or
der with a CI) da shipbuilding linn for
,i inssenger mid emgy Htounior, which
will chits i)() Al nt, I.lt))il's The xcs
sel will hne u length botwecn per
licudlciilait. of :iir. ft., a beam of 1 1
n., mid a depth of L8 ft, She Is In
londed for the Conipnny's servieo In
the Kast, and Is to liao a speed of
oxer 11 knots. The machinery will
consist or a set of trlplo-oxpaiislou
engines, hnxlng e Under 25 In., 14 In.,
mid t'S in, diameter, with a stioko of
As Business Warrants Freighters
Will Run. '
Tho Ma,thoii Navigation Company Is
generally understood will continue in
tho Puget SquiiiI Iradq with Incioan
ing freiiucncv of ttlps as business
win rants. Is nbout the way that the
nltuutloii Is nt present sized up hy lo
cal shipping people. With tho teni
poiary suspension of tho Anicrlctu
H.iwaliMii I'uget Sound service, a con
!lilcriiblo moio fielght foil to the lot
't; tlie Mathou Navigation C011111311)-,
'.'lilcli bus heielofoio opoinlciL tl")
Hllonlan and llyntlqs on a run which
included n cull nt SoilUo or Taeoma
TIDESSUN AND MOON
43 is j U3m
l i E! ' 4 -i
li'. vi (it;
III. ii n it
i ii U. a in
1 5T m
s so. din
3 OS 030,
17 n'. 3 11 II is tun
New iiiikiii Nov JO lit 10:18 n
Temperatuies.- a in. 71, 8 n. in.,
73; in a tn , 75, noon, 7rt; morning
Ilarnniclcr, 8 a in, .inofi; absolute
hiiinldlty, 8 a tn. 5.371 grains per
ci'IjIc foot; icMllie liuiuidity, S n. in,
OS per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., fi2.
Wind. 0 n. in, velocity 8, direction
NH; 8 u. in, vcloclt) U, direction NE;
'0 ,i. in., vcloclt) !. illrccllon NH;
noon, velocity 11 direction B.
llnlufnll during 21 hours ended 8
n. in., .09 Inch.
Total wind innu'incnt dining 21
hours ended al no 2.17 tnllM.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to .Merchants'
Tiicmla), iii'iiibcr '-'I.
SAN I'KANCISl'O Al rived, Nov. 21,
ti:40 n. in., S. S. Sierra, licnco Nov.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed, Nov. 21, S.
S. Kllauca, for Honolulu.
S. S. Shlnyo Maru will arrive at noon
on Thursdii) from Yokohama with
151)0 tons freight, ami sail about II
o'clock Filday morning for San
before coining down to the Islands.
Within tho past month, unusual quan
tities of cargo has been offered tho
.Malton steamers, the Ilonoliilnn ar
ilxliig hcrcjwltli nearly ten thousand
tons, nrtd thc'ieiMiil that nn equal
iiniount was left hclilmf. It Is now
tinted Unit there Is nunc than enough
cargo .-milling the Honolulu), which
vesrel Is scheduled to sail fiom the
Sound on November 25th. However,
the Hyadcs Is lot sail on December
lfith and a largo amount of left ovor
targo can he accommodated In this
Japanese 'Resume Tortnlghtly Passen.
The Nippon Yusen Kalsha is lo ic
siiino a fortnlshlly seivlce between
Hongkong ami Seattle, Is (ho an
nouncement that has been in ide
throughout the Far Iist, Tho com
pany also announces Hint the Saiiukl
Maru has been added to tho service.
About it )car ago the fortnightly
seivlce from Hongkong was suspend
ed, and mi alternate bl-montlily tci
xleo established between Hongkong
and Kobe, Jiipan, but due to tho io
cent heavy tiatllc in Height from
Hongkong to the West Const tho com
pany decided to Incieaso the service
from (he China coast poit.
Lurllne Sailing at Six This Evening.
Pi.-ctltnll) all tho cargo lo ho ear
iled In Hie Mnt.son Nnvlgithm Httumei
1, inline hns4bcen slowed alioanl, and
that vessel Is niailo ready to deiurt
lor San t'ranclhco at six o'clock, tak
ing about twonty-IUo cabin iiassen
(,eis. The emgo will lucludo 12,(l(n)
'ons inolihtes, :i5un cases pipes, 2ianl
bunches hanaiias and qiKintlfles or re
fined sugar, honey, coffee ami lice.
t'lie vestcl will nail from HaLkfeld
Flags Half Masted In Honor of Chief.
Mags at the Federal quarantine sta
tion weio placed at half must this
moinlug through orders Istiicd by Dr.
Cull Ramus, In elimgo of tho lucil
station, ns a mark of respect to the
uieiuoi) of Sin genu (icncrnl Waltci
Wjmaii, tiller of tho United States
Public liealth and Mailiie Hotplliil
tcivlce, who is reported lit ciblo as
having died at Washington fiom tho
effects of u caihunclo.
Improvement, In Chinese Wireless Sti.
The wIioIcsh tclegraplile slatlou at
rslngtiio Is to bo eoiisldorubly Im
puted Tho station Is to be titled
out with sounding flashes, and its
iniigc In to bo wldenci) fiom 20o to
dOO MlomoticH. Tho cost of tlioso Ini
pioteiucnts Is estimated at 150,000
Lurllne Finished Pumping Oil.
A quantity of fuel oil luoiighl t'own
fiom the const In the tanks of tho
Mutsoii Navigation steamer l.iiillno
Iiiih liecn piimiicd Into tho tanks of
the Pacific Oil Company The I.uriliio
In being made ready for sea nml Is
to sail for Sun Francisco at six o'clock
Nippon In the Intermediate Service.
Tho odlceiB in tlio T. K. K Nlpjtm
Main now at tho srt en iiiule to Ja
pan umt China state that as Tar as
has been learned Umt vessel will go
Into thn iiitm mediate sertlcn us pie-
dieted hero months ago. It is claim
cd jjtat .lite tamo high stnudnrd will
ho innlntnlned In Ihe" eillslne nnd scr-
tlcc. A i eduction of tmc-lialf In fare'
wljl follow with Uie next trip to the
ew ('iiniHllaii.ratlllr Ship Ordered.
Tlie new Canadian L'nclllc liner, con
tract for the construction of which Is
about, tn bo closed wltti the Urltlsli
i omnium Annum iiaiiwny, win i.c me.
largest steel tesscl otor built on the'
n.i.i.i. r..i...i.i . ui, ..an I...
im limn t uiiiiiiiiii t t'int. uiiu "m iru,
n Princess liner and will lenlaeo tho'Un.illy wltlidrawii lo somo laltr time,
ste.imei Tecs on tho west const ofH'0 Urst heurlng of ethlciiec In V'io
Vnticouver Island sertlee. Tlie tost caoo of Hurry T Mills against the
of tho tesscl will lie approximately h 'members of the Hoard of lU-altli.iiml
quarter of a million dollars. Tho'tho sniiltatlon lonuuittee for mi in
newest Princess will bo about the slo
nnd, except that she will have one
deck less, similar In st)le to the I'rln- Judge William 1, Whitney In tho Cir
cess Ilti)al, fortneily on the Skugwiiyliult Court this inornlng
service, now running between Van-1,
couver and Nalialmo. The Princess
ho) nl la tlie largest wooden teasel
ever construe ted at Hsqulmalt.
Per stmr. Mniina Ken, for Hllo, tin
way ports, Not. 21. Mrs. K. Iliittclc,
W. N. Campbell and wire, I,. T. llyi
ono, W. 11. linpklti, Miss Kelley, Miss
Courlrlglil, W. (1. Allen, He v. F, I,.
Ciillen, I), H. Mnconnelilc, II. W.
Dlggs, Mrs. II. F. Walker, W. 7. Illv
mil wire, A. I). Ilaldwln. Hcv. W. 1).
WcstcrtcH, wire and child, Mis. M. A.
I)) or, W. II. Hopkins, u C Solid, Mm.
M. C. Michael, II. W. Wilder, A. Tlbljs,
S. M Spencer and wire. M. It, John
ion, Miss M. C. Michael, It. Carter,
Per KtJur. Maima joa, ror Hllo, via
way jiorts, Nov. 31.,!. P. Curts, Mra.
C. M. Diiieslon, J. II. Charles, J. A.
Worthed, A. 1.. Castle, Mr. McOngnrs
and wife, A. I). Ilaldwln, Mis. II. W.
lllco, I). M. Kltinnlio, J. A. McQulie,
Miss Helen Mcflulrc.
Per Mntsou S. S. Lurllne, for Sail
Francisco, Nov. 21. H. Haucli, J. I
llyron, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKvten,
.Mrs. K. P. nibson, Mrs IL J. Illicitly.
W. Ilohlusoii, Mrs. Hobinson, Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. (inmlcil. Master Currlo,
Miss 1). II. Ctnrlo, Dr. I), 11. Cuirle,
Hcv, (leo. Mo)cr, Mr. Welsmiinn, C
A. Ilrnns, Miss A. F. Cnrr, Mrs. H. C.
Cartwltlien, Mr, and Mrs W. J. Coul
tard, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ilrandsletter
nnd child, A. D. Ilaldwln, wlfo, two
children nml iiurso.
Per stmr, V. (1 Hall, for Kami
ports, Nov. 23, Thos. King, wlfo and
II u 1 1 e t I n's ucmphiiio tontest.
was Kiieecssfully run olT lust
Sntiirdii). lias ntrtatly brought Intl. to
several of the contestants and starttd
a new ludustr) wl-ltli ma) prove prof
itable to the )oung luvinlois
llrlght und early Monday morning
I "red Carter and Tyson Norgaurd, two!
prl.ewlnuiis III the Hill lot Ill's con-
test, itcelttd onleis to make a number
of nindi I ll)i rs width it Honolulu hie-t-
os desired to use as place markers atwas one ns to wbetbei or not tsrtulu
ii dliinir, siMiles of iiunqiiltoes tired 111 certain
'Ibis Is a new Held fur effort, and
while It Isn't probable Unit there will
bo mini) unlets for this sumo purphsc,
time me in.iii) other wiivh In which
a dt maud tun be created for models
Well-mado model Ibvers that tvoiibl
rcall) lly should he In demand about
Cbris'tuiiis time, nml hovs who have the
thin, skill nml deslio to go Into tliiiiltalph Turner, Wulttr Thurtell, I". A
business might Hud themselves well Sevljle. Professor nnd John W. Thoinp-
siipidhd with pocket money
Several "f I ho entries In tho recent
contest will take part In 'The County
full " tho big hutlctquo entertainment
Unit will be held by the Y. M. C A.
MAIDS ARE HERE
Hlghteeii ) (mug ladles, all destined
for tlio I'lir I:,ihI, mid p'lSKMigera In
tho Japanese Unci Nlpptn Mum tout
ed the city this afternoon iiiuler the
dliectlon of Manuel Pcleis, the head
rf a local "Seeing Honolulu" iigene)
Tho bovy yf fcminlno Involliiess
'wero Iho llfo or tho ship on Uio way
down fiom San Fiiinelseo. They aro
en mute tn China and Japan M-itlous
r.i)d they are traveling under the care
of Mlts Coin K. Slniii on. Tho pint)
bped over the city In the Hollo) ems
and vailous points of Inteiebt vtoro
pointed nut hy Peters who has winked
up a piolltublo business In the per
topnl cofidiicllug of ttnii 1st parties.
Tho Nippon Mm ii brought ono p-is-senger
for Honolulu xxlilln tho thiough
Hut lllr.llldou flfi nll.lll ti uANiliil nltiua
i . ... ' v" :
unit I. it sieeiage, a mainland man 01
453 sacks a I rived und reeclvo speed)
attention bv the local postal oniclals,
Four ttownwa.vs me iimlor gimul
during tlio stay of Iho testel at tlio
liort. The Nippon Mniu Is to n for
tho Otlent nt six o'clock. Pmsoi
(li.isset roinrts fair weather on Uio
ttjjjigo down from tlio co.ist
At lust, a woman bating lost uu eyo
by contact with another womnn's hat
pin, the question tall no longer hue-ill-id
u sex problem
"BULLETIN ADS PAY-sjM
CURRIE ON LIFE
U(,r (( 11)(m, ll0 )llrl ,)f ,
, ., ..
defnidiiiilM hud been offer' il and then
Juntjlon to pietcnt them cutting down
Ids banana plants was started befoio
After the moljoii had been wllb-
drawn. Judge Whitney excused nil the
wllntsses with tho exception of Dr.
Donald II Cuirle, who hates for the
Coast on the sttamir I.urlluc this aft
ernoon, until lo ti'ilock Friday mom-
Mills In bis dlrcit examination of
Dr. Currlo took him nwuy back tn the
llrst day be Jolmd the U. S. mcdleiil
sci leu nnd thin step by step brought
him right thiough until the present
time. From what lould bo gathered
from tile questions put to the witness,
Mills Is tljllig to prove tho fact that
beyond obsirvlng tho mosquitoes In
louncilloii with the liprosy luvettlgu-
lions that Currle made, tho tloetor has
not made any Hpcel.it study of them In
rtfcrciKu to it Unit fever.
OnO question put to the, witness
stems to point diieetly to this line of
examination. Aftir illeltlng the fait
from Dr. Currle that lie bad made nu
examination of the mosquitoes found
litre while Investigating lepros), Mills
nxked him If be, at that time, lould
Imtu told the various spciles of mos
qultorj. simply by looking nt them
through the microscope. Currle stntctl
Unit lie lould not und that nil be went
l) were various authorities on the sub
ject. With thu aid of these, he said
that he had mi dlllleulty In distinguish
ing tho spot les, but from his ow n pi r
ronal knowledge ulouo he tould not
hate done to.
Coining down tn the banana ques
tion, Currle, In answer to a question,
stated that at bis home In Muklkl there
had been some bananas growing nnd
that he hail encouraged their growth
by untiling mid etiltltullng tbein Ho
had also put some by the house, on
Molokul, although us it general rule
trets wire Kupu on that side of thu
In New Orleans during the lime lie
was there be saw only one Imumiih.
Plant, mid this was u curiosity, us ow-
jlng to the cold nnd frost they did not
generally grow there.
A Mosquito's Flight.
Questioned us to tho distance a mos
quito can Hy, Currlo stntctl that lie
Knew of no dirtet way In which this
tould bo found. It tould be estimated,
but ho p rsoii.illy had no knowledge of
how far it niosipillii could Hy, nor of
liny way In which he could follow one
and Unci out.
Denied the right to nsk Colonel (lor
gas of Panama Zone fiiiuii eertuln
.questions. Mills put somo of them to
Currlo, und among tboso propounded
I'uiile stated that us far as ho knew,
nil mosquitoes, without iinv rrferem i1
to tpitles. will breed where tluie In
I water, pi ov Idol that this has no itch
,li rlous substance In It
w ere W T.
witnesses that appealed
Urlghim. W It Cnstle,
son. The others aro 15. V. Wilcox, tll
lettor of, Ihe fetlcral experimental sta
tion; D, T. sriillavvay, federal cnto
mobmlst; Charles 1" rrusbtr, 3 HotK,
tirrllorlal botiinlst: .Ma) or I'ern, J II
Wilton, Otto II. Swcc), ciitniiiiiliii'lst
of the phiuteis' cxiei but ntal station,
C Cluiloek, chief tnnltiiry Inspector of
Ouliiir Dr. 1), II Cmilo mid W. W
WILL CUT FORCE OF
MENJN FIELD NOW
In vlow of the fact that most of tho
Kliruh-ciittlug In connection with tho
mosquito campaign has now been
neiiily finished, a cut of twenty to
thirty per cent in tho number of men
engaged Is contemplated by Dr. Ru
pert Illiio. Those who aro retained
will keep their Jobs thiough their ef-
llclency All during tlio time u care
ful watch has been kept mi tho men
and any who showed signs of liulness
or who proved tlieintolves In any way
Inefficient will ho dismissed
As soqn ns Uio baniimi campaign Is
ovor, Dr. IJIuo will tnko up tho mat
tcr of u gonorul sanitation scheme for
tho whole of tho city Ho will ronrer
with tho Hoard or Health and tho san
itation foinmlttec and together they
will wtnk nut a plan. A sanitary sur
toy him to ho mitdo llrst when lill the
tarlous inatteis affecting tho health
of tho town will be taken Into con
sltleration and tin Ions tchenies
For liiatauce at tlio present time
there Is the matter of tho storm sow.
or tnteli basins tn bo looked Into
Those mo giving a gieat deal of Hon-
bjo nml biccdlng tint, a lot of mosqul
toes. Plans have been niailo for lilac
lug a drip tan In' each of them to
ttutl tlio wholo of the suifiico of water
they contain will always have a coat
ing of oil sulllclelit lo kill off any mo.
sqnlloes that want to breed there.
nteklj Balletla II er ;iu,
(Continued from Kan 1)
rlncs hate been landed for the prolcc
tloii of foreign! rs
"The Americans nre osptclnlly fortu
nate In their eonsiil nt Cliefoo Mr.
Konltr Is a tery able man nnd highly
respected b) nil Interests During tint
lloxtr crisis his vigorous policies iiinl
prompt, action iinquohtlonubly nitrd
the llws of iniilit foreigners of etery
iiiillonalll) .Mr I'onlir m.idti no dis
tinction, unit tens heartily cheered by
the Hi'ltl-li lesldeiitu us well us thu
"I lute ctiiiiMiatlely lllllo Mrsl
h nn! knowledge of the situation ,'u
China at the present time. Tho trou
ble, though long blotting, started after
I left. X.U.UI Shlb Knl Is ti tery able
mall and hi Id In (bo highest cstctm,
though I nolo b) the dispatches that
Im Is being crulllid with sitting tho
much on the fence. I feel that tho
lln.il tiiitiome of the piesent unite
ment will lie il great adtiiine for China
all I a mole nulled nation
"1 am here purd) on a mention nnd
xli ill return to tho orient by tlie next
Koi ta. I was suffering fiom a ncr
tous bieakdown and my ph)slclan said,
'Co awn) Tiy Honolulu.- i inn nmru
than pleased with the experiment. This
Is a beautiful place I am now on my
wn) to )onr Piomutlnii Coiniulttee to
give them some suggettlous for mak
ing the Islands more generally known
hi the north of China Moio pcop'o
ought to Itnow of what toil liutu to
Air Nlldoik while In the city Is tho
guest of Itev and Mrs Frank Dnnoii.
With the exploslnii of big Chinese
tlrecmtkerx, whleli were dlstliiiigitl
from (ho xernildiiiof the Cnltnl Chi
nese Sot-let) liiilldlug on King street, '.It
.. ii I'a.iltiv Dm liu nl flilm.Mi iiileo-
ctites of tile revolutionary inovement
In China started .to telebrate the up
priiiitblug downfall of the Mnncliu tly
natty In China and the retoliillouiry ,
Victories, The large bulls of Iho so
ciety were crowded with lnteies'.'il
sits-titlnrs,,vvho clime time to witness
I lie opening of the ulibratlon Tbtm
wile spci t lies b) the uilmlnis or tlio
Tonight lit ( o'tloel, the paraib- of
tlit local Chinese will take plan 'u
Aula I'ark Ureal thtlile llghlsvviie
strung on ios)s this qioiuim: lis the
tt liter of the park, near the handstand,
while speeches will be Hied at the -Hi
dltiiie Itev Flank ltaloon. who ha I
toiisinttd to snak on l)r Sun Y.-tt
Sen, will be the pi bit Ip it speakei Fol
low hit hhn IMItor O'Shcn of the l.l'i-
tlt) .News. C K Al of the City Mill
Co, Young Kvviing Tat of Kvvou?
t'houg Lung t'oinp.iii) mid oilier loot
ers of business houses will tulk about
Ihe revolution In China
The doors of most of the t'blneo
stiK-es will bo shut at I o'tloik tills
ufttrnonii in order lo give the i m-
pliives ample time to iucn.no tbeni-
tilvts to Join tin procession, width
will puss through Ihe main streets of
Chinatown tonight,!. .' V"
Fla0 Up. " )' ; -
I'loni nn oiii Ij- inoi nlng' hour todiv.
the Hags or the revolutionists In ('hint
iittupltit touspleuoiis iilntes in I'lilni-
lovvii Almost nil tho t'hlnehn stoics
are ih t orated with the new Huns
The procession will stnrt froin Aa'u
Pink, under the leadership of the Ha
waiian bund and the Chinese band T)ti
line of maul) will bo from lleietiinla
avenue nlong Hlvtr street lo Hotel,
then to Nuuanu sheet, to P.iu.ibl
strut, buck to Iliictiinla and, Itlver
slreil, theme iqi lliretanla iivinue I"
King und I, lll)ia stints and down King
to the p.uli, while the piuido will
I PASSH.MJKliS AIIHIVIJII I
Per T. K. K. S. S. NIpihi.i Mam,
fiom Han Fianclseo For Honolulu:
('. A. Stoton. Through: 11. (lotoli. Y.
Koyu, Miss M. Pldoi, Miss A. While,
.diss 0. I.. Dillingham. Miss A. Hill
inoii Miss O. Htu nioi), Miss Ollte I'.
I')C, Miss J. Walter. Miss I,, ll-ings.
Miss !'.. I.. Kotchiim, Miss J. J). Ilild
cnli.iiigh, Miss J, M, Iirtiwn, Mlsi K.
KcklnniK, Miss U Holmes, Miss jj Jui
iiiiii, .Mis. P. M. Kito, Miss O. A. Mool.,
Miss M. Mann, Miss II, A. Mure, Mlt-t
l Nelson, Miss H. H. Hobblns, MbH
C. K. Sliiipson, Miss M. Smith, F. Il,
SodoilioiB. Mis. L. A. Coro P. Kuur
mun, C. McCoo, I)r. O. W. SlUei, II.
While, J. C. Wlllhumoii, W. W, lliowii
D. A. Cnnty, U. S. N .1 " W. (It cor,
C. i:, Johnson, Dr. O, i:. Miiichaml,
hllss C Ilhodes.
Santa Maria Due This Evening.
A wIioIohh inctsngo 1ms been ro
celvotl to tho effect thut thu Anieil
ciin dink steamer Snntu Mm in villi
foity-lho thousand IiiuioIh of fuel till
Is duo to unite from Pint Sail l.iils
oil oi about llvo o'tlock this ovenlng.
This vessel hi lugs rue eouslgiieil In
the Union Oil Company,
I i ' .m.i HUi.h,i;i
Vk it ut