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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 1012.
(Continued Irom rio 1) i
OLD-FASHIONED GENERATOR MAN, can you see your
friends have good light on their Automobiles and you
having a questionable light, generally not working when
you want it badly. PREST-O-LITE will give you satisfac
tion. We can connect it to your present piping. Call and see
what we can do for you.
Acetylene Light and Agency Co.,
Hustace Ave., off South Street
IABBI1 PEST BROUGHT TO
ATTENTION OF SUPERVISORS
Ilablilts riumlnK nt largo tner cor-
fttlii millions of tlio Inland of Oaliit
"ore predicted will 'soon bccnino a iiost
fond will work Incalculable damage to
(prow lug crops and sill forms of veg-'7,tatlon.
A'rUe city ami county board or sup
. ervlsnrs will meet tonight at which
tW- an anneal made In behalf of u
the existing building laws. At a cau
cus of the sanitation and lioaltli com
inlttoo bold latt night Dip board will
tiiiilunlitcilly be given more power In
Its backing up of Uulhllng find Plumb
ing Iniiiicctor Mlclilstcln In bis con
demnation of unsafe slrncturca. The
committee notes the passing of the
old st.vlo of nnsanltnry tenement which
ifroisisod cnninlgn "f cxtoi initiation 's gradually liottiR roplnccd by Indlvl-
blll bo brought up for discussion and "' l"'Be "r cottages The build ng
Smsslblo solution. ordinance Is to bo nmended In that
BRTho suggestion was received al the a" I0" " I'"1'11" tliormiBlifnren must
htavor's olllce today tint the boaid lnK l"w"rl '""' " outwunl nml
rtako Immediate action and Impress lh"el- eame a mciuco to the pass-
flhe united scrlcc of the police de- p,"5'-
paitmelil In tlio woik of lidding tht "" i"""'n u. u .w .,..., u,m ...
Island of Oahii of Its rapidly Increas- fl of reports from tlio road and
.;?.. , ik. .i.i.iln ihimcu cunmmitu win up uuii'r iu:u-
Riut; liming in liiiimin. - i it . i(
mThroiiRh C. 8. Jiidil president nud 0,s " ,cfolvu consideration at tho
vm ... ... ..... ... bum h of tho boniil ton git.
executive oiucer ui uiu iinnni oi uii-
culture ami fotestry. thu city and
county fathers are told that tabblls
jrr running at larKO on this Island
ln Incieasltig numbers. It Is slated
limn mo aminais are iiicieasuig in a
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file mill- I. 13 mil iuii tjiijiim unit
he,v may become a pest and the agrj-
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ff IV'MIJU IHIL-H-BIH UlUJ .'"" t-wtliu ,"
'.(lie siiildcii and awful realization that
ijhe iiihblts will become a seriuus nio-( Discussion or the problem facing
lIHfu. Ilia Tonltnrv In connection ullh the
J Ijl-ipsldi'iil Jiulil lias advised tho Mediterranean rrnlt fly will bo taken
f'-'-oanl or tho Icrriblo struggle made In , F0,0 tlmo during today between
ustitilla against tho ribblt Invasion, )r. Victor S. Claik, cnmmlssloner of
e indicts that damage which cm ImmlRratlon, T. S, Stnrrett, suporm-
hardly be estimated in cold dollars or tendent or markets and II. A. Wolu-
JmiiIh will result unless tho animals mud. tho man kctit down here by Call-
iljtro lednced In number through energ- rornla to help out with tho IIrIUs and
cue campaign ninuo iikiiiiibi uieir to look after tlio iutoiests of that
tjbustantly Increasing number. ' state.
Ho believes that ovory possible Btep Tlio matter will bo llimuiiKlily gono
should bo token nt this tlmo to ilil into nnd both the what r Inspection nnd
Mio Island of the iest anil ho cites In- field methods of fighting the pest dl-
siaiices wneio tne raliims nao necn cussed. Yesterday Wolnland took It
'omul In laigo numbers along tho up with tho Governor when the mat-
Jtlgbwny leading fnini Honolulu to ter was fully laid ber.no him.
hands or tho boaid tonight.
ON FRUIT FLY
iliifstlou by I'etcrs, the wltn.-xs nmln-
tnln.'d tbat Hcrniindi'. Wns r. ireful
uIiciivmt leaving bis lions.'. I
full, e SiirK''iili IJiniTi'iiii told nr tlin
condltlnti of the body, nnd declnr' d
str.nmly that nn ordinary full, with
out th.' force of some blow or Inipiut
behind It, would not hne iroi1uv..l tln
frii.ture of skull and oth.r things Hint
rnus.'il dentil. ,
Comrade! Tell of Rtdo.
1) I Hrndersoii of the V. H H Wot
Vlrglnln, one of the members of tin1
lll-fiil.it (into party, wnx then enllnl
T llliig of the elrcuniitiilices of the ni -
cld.'tit. be said that Murray bml v. II. .1
"My (lint'" when ho saw the m.ui In
front of the iiiii.hlne and bud rlxi'ii
nml tlir.iuu out his nrtn He illd not
see the full to the Kromid. He illxo
t.il.l of Murray's ordering the chauffeur
to return flout lluckte's lions.' nml x.u
If the man was Injured, mid In lhi
nut In his testimony was similar tu that
he gave nt the Inquest.
On croxs-.'Mtiuluutlon, Henderxiiiuid-
mllted to 1. t.rs Unit he first saw Mur
ray on the night of December 'I, nt
ill out II o'clock, mid that .Muir.iy ua
not til link. He sal. I that he lui.l x.ui
mill I, niiwn Murray a month prior tu
that night. As to J. V. Uojle nud
Itobert While, ho did not iiitiinll) hi'
them take drinks while In the I'lk'
Club lie fore leuvlng the club lo l .
aeiorilliig tu the witness, told hltn
nboiit the luau tu which they were go
ing Am th.i party proceeded In tho auto
mobile, which was going at a giMMlint.i
if Kpi'.d, Il.n.l.rson h.nr.l Miirrn
ciiiitlon the chauffeur oneo to slow
down, 'the machine, i. lining from Ku
kul xtri.it, turned Into i:i.r sir. el
"The I'orto Illctin," lOiitliui. .1 II. n.Ur
sou, "was eomllig touiirdx the ni.n hlne
ir lie nail xt.i.i'i still, the ni.'i.iilne. k-
j lug nt that rute of sp.ed nnd In lt-
e.uirxe. would bau hit hlni sllghtl on
tbe left side.
"At that lime. Murrn)'s position did
not aipenr to me as If ho Intend, d or
was (iliont to deliver a blow at the
mull As the man proe. eded ttmnrd
the uiuihlue. 1 noticed hlni stagg. ring
iih If he had a 'New Yenr p.ukage.'"
Itnb.rt W. White iinoth. r iiieinb.r
t of the party, was tbe next wltnexs I
The witness said that he saw .tur-1
ray rlxe mid exlinil his lift iirm out of
tlio car. Tho man was iihout foul re.t
iiuuy fr.iui the mnchlne. .
To filers the witness said lint- he
bail knonii Murray since 1U02, mid that'
he wax xuli. r on th.MilKht In .mixtion )
As to J. W. I)le, In. Was "cold soli, r," j
(iiiilluui'd the witness Whlto heard
.Miiitiij eaiitlon the ihauffeiir to slow
flown as lli.'t turned Into Itlver sire. t
fiom Kiikul. Whin he ilmived th.
man for the llrxt time he was iil.uit
" 1.. ll
That tho policy of tho board ol
health whon It takes over the nios-
inlto cainptilRii work In another mouth
from tho control of the civic sanita
tion committee will he that It must
stop doing the work that people should
no themselves. This was rormnlatei'
at a special meeting or tho board of
health held early this moiulng.
Owing to a pressure of business the
nttotnoy general was unab'c to at
tend tho meeting yesterday afternoon
and consequently n special call was
made for this morning.
Tho work of fighting tho mosquito
will again pass to the dltect and solo
control or tbe health hoard In about a!
month's tlmo from now and what ac-,
llou Is to ho taken nml what. methods
used to continue tho light formed the
.lmln subjects under discussion this
morning, it was Dually decided that
the main potlcy or thu lminl would
bo that the hoiibeholilers must do a
gloat deal or the work themselves that
hi being dotio for them at the pres
ent time. The board will keep Its In
spectors going loiiud and lr nfter be
ing warned tiny householder will n.-
keep his place clean then the law
nitiRt take Its course.
A further special conference Is toir""r r,,,t """' "1"a'' "' ,h" "'"
lo held somo tlmo this afternoon bo-!T," """' ,1' -rvr.l to the right
tween the health board and tho civic M"rrn' '"""",lI "'" ' '"" ns lf '"
ranltatlou commlttco when the matter K,mr'' M"n.'lhlng.
will he more thoioughly gono Into and ' wulter Doylo and Chaiifreur I..
final and definite airangnn'uts made.! "o11" wuln I'"1 " "'" B"ind this ar
, ,, , ternoon, nfter a morning devoted to
the trial. Dovlo's pilmipul tesllmoiiy
I wns to the effect that Muriay wus not
Intoxicated, and that when ho hwuiu
bis arm out of the car upon seeing tho
I'orto It I can In the way, It looked as
Which are absolutely
sure to bring you satis
faction, and in which
you can feel that you
arc dressed in positively
SERVICE and STYLE.
DRESS and WEAR
arc the essentials incor
porated in our clothing.
If I 6J
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
tl,i ft riinuii dlil not tuKu tut Ion In
the miitt r Afttr Im-Iiik hi r sioti
ni iint Hit i' limirH On Jiny niljnuriUM.
uiiil iiltliotiKli wwrnl ultiuKi'ii rr
(Mills i, it wiih r-tutftl nfli runnl tlmt
tin jurv ft It th.it oh It kihh nut of
v ,i ttin hi u f i rt 1.ih. Hit- in.tttti or
ati iii ti'idii'ii, if iiit. mIhuiUI ! left
to lli in tiininx jtir
NEW PHASE OF
'earl City and Wuliilim.
I The legulntlons In connection with
m according 10 .vir. juuii, tno iiaw-an- tno prevention or scale Insects have
Im sugar planters' association has heen signed by the Covet nor and wero
taken up the matter or ruuiill exterm- advertised In tho II it 1 1 o 1 1 n jester-
Uiiatlou and that a couroieuco with thu day afternoon.
Kvailnus plaulatluu managers will fol- e
ow, nt which tlmo some niothod will AI.I'ItKI) 0, I'ATTKN, was this
n dm Ian, I ... nwllct l,i tlm li'.irlr nf 1tt1 l,Kr n ..,..1 . . n.l 1... ll.n '..,... ...4
?lhh1l!l(? tlio Islnnil of 111., ntllnltits IS fonrn romiiilHsloilnr fur Ivnit lfn.
Mr. Judd, closes Ills appeal to tho wall.
Iboard by asking that tho pollto do-
jiaitmcnt cooperale ns fur as possible Charged with tho murder of Simon
u this wotk, Chllgcrl.in nt a Haverhill, Mass., shoo
Tho supei visors havo under discus- factory. Mis. llimua II. Mooshlan wus
several Important amendments to held without ball for tho grand Jury.
Kalulanl on the Marine Railway,
The Inter-Is! Hid stejmor Kaiiilanl
; was hauled on the local mntlne rail
way at an eaily hour this moiulng
owing mainly to tho very high tldo If bo Intended to pull or push him out
prevailing In the harbor at tbat tlmo. or danger.
The railway Is still badly damaged, Ilolln, nn tho stand, told much tho
but tho cudle can he lowered a pot- sumo story us that he related at the
tlon or tho dlstnuco on tho wrecked coroner's Inquest yesterday
runway, to permit light drart vessels At noon u lecess was laken until 1 -n
entering the dock. I The Territorial grand Jury yester-
WAiALUA IS UP;
It Is estimated that It will iequlr
many weeks to complete the ncccs-'
saty ropaltsi lo the marlno railway r
and plnco that stiucturc In good con
dition again. New stringers aiu be
ing laid, but this woik must ho done
nmlor water and tho pioccss Is no
cetBiirlly it very Blow and laboroua
We Solicit Family Trade
A Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and Liquors
Whiskies Wines Champagnes
Peerage . Cresta Blanca Roederer
King William V.O.P. Inglenook Mumms
Usher and Dewar Artell Red Top
Scotch Whiskies and Imported Wines Moet & Chandon
rVT Macf arlane & Co., Ltd.
Walalua stock Jumped to $129 to
(I.O upon the glad tidings that the tit
le, lots had met this morning nud
boosted the monthly dividend from
eveuty-llve cents lo u dollar a shaie,
and that the new and bigger melon
will be cut beginning .Innn.uj IT,
In n way the anuoiiiicement had
been discounted on "tho strict," ami
the stock had sold as high as $I"T fill
in expectation that the Increase would
bn made, as often piedicted In the
last tow weeks, but the nssurnmo or
actual action by the directors helped
to send the stock still higher There
was n tot of It sold on the board and
In tu con ho.iids and it will go higher
Hawaiian Commercial went still
higher on repoits conllrinatoiy of the
ptevlous rumor that tho balance of
the sum due on tho par value or the
stock will be .let tared paid up. the
big surplus being usuf lor this piu
pose O.iliu was very strong, closing
at tX, a salo of twenty shales being
made at this flgiiifl.
I.O.VU llHAi'll. fill. Pec. 10- Avi
ator falbiallh 1' ltodgers rnmpli ted
the l.iht leg or his criisH-iolitliient.il
lllKbt and laiyled on tbe shore or the
l'.ic IIU- ut 4 UI o'elo. k this afternoon
The tln.il lap or his trip was twelve
miles ltodgers start. . I at foniptou,
near win re he fell, Nov.mber 12.
As Itodg. is appioaeh...! thu ca from
the find, frank fhumplnn In a lllerlot
iiiiimipliine and li.rl Williams ami a
pass. ug. r In n biplane met 'him Tho
iilim.n .inleil over tb Mii-tn-seu
tourist as he made his landing
A 1 1 mill .Miniated at i.n.niiu persons
mu Hie hi ml lug, and as the wheels of
Itoilg. rs' machine tout lied the sands,
an eiithUKtastle Huong surgtd on the
n lator and the Impact of the rush
puheil his machine Into the w.iv.h
ltoilg. rs said lb.it his actual ll lug
Hun rioui the Atlantic was 3 days, in
I our. It minutes. .
That regulation si of the Hoard of
llinlth regulations which forbids any
periou lo have on the piemlses any
container that will hold water III
which mosquitoes might bleed Is not
such li weak one as Is generally sup
posed, Is the opinion of Deputy Attor
ney Ceneral H White Hiiltou, who Is
handling the case for tlio Teiritory.
When tlio matter came before Judge
foOier in the I'll cull fotilt be tilled
against the regulation and the Terri
tory took tho matter to the .Supremo
( ourt for which Allom.) Sutton Is nt
tho present time pieparlng his brier
"Here Is the proposition," ho said this
morning, "when the matter was tlrst
brought up the Hoard or Health made
people pour oil on ponds or do any
ot the other tlill "s that will help out
In stopping tlio mosquitoes from
breeding No one made any Kick and
so tho matter went on, Itegulutlons
Me ie passed stating that all contulu-
ets had to bo screened iind still there
was no kick
"When It eniuo down to u matter
or bananas, however, them were plen
ty of kicks legislated and the cty was
put up that although there might be
water bleeding in the h.iuuu.is the
board had no Juilsdletlon until 1'
could show that there actually were
uioMiiltous there Hero Is where tin
funny part or the situation comes In
As long as the matter was (onllneil to
ponds nnd sti earns nud other thingr
like that no one bad any kick com
ing but when It came down lo a mat
ter or bautimis they had. There It
no difference In tho water (ontalned
in a largo pond and In baiiaiias, mo
siiiltoes will lined In either ease II
thorefoic the legiilalloii In Id good In
tlio case ot large ponds why did It nm
In the case or wutei (oiitalnid In i,
"I am picpatlug tbe bile! now and
expect It to be tiled somo time next
MASTER FINDS EXECUTORS
ThatJthe executors or tho ('leghorn
cttate have made a mistake In the
in counts mill have charged the estate
too much by neai ly $ I.I'.lii) Is the Unit
ing of the master, V M Harrison
The executors have charged iiKulust
.the estate tho Inlieiitnnco tax for and
'on hchiill or the legatees ami bo tee-
ommciids that this iimoiiuts shauld hc
, charged against the cxcoitors He
j also re. omiueuds that they should he
nm charged with ICuK, ovurchatged
IIOOGu- HOPES 10
W II Ttoniri. li ,a nnl li nm tnniiii
e'VOll .1.1 III. IMIrtHllllllll llf LHlllltf IO
the Republican iia'loiial c invention In
Chicago next .llllie as a delegate fl.uu
i In.' terrltoiy. and is mm shaping his
plans roi the luimigrjut work in me
'ar I'ast so dial he cm return ho .
in time for the poli.lcil actlvlil. s
around May and June pilor to ihe,
Will. H.HiifH lonvn for Muni'1 u I.
on January 9 to lepreseul the Inter-
iiiiuouui inimigraiioii ami (joiouiz nion
Company, his Hist objective point lin
ing Hnrhlu, ami ho will ntso prohihly
I'll to Anrtriilhl ltiiuli r lin (u iirm.
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tlcallj no avowed cnmlb'aio tor ,
.loieKiiiexiiip in mo Kepiiuii. an e in
vention lliat villi n oiiin tin Titl ot
tomeho.ly else for the presidency, it id
u it is ai all isissinie, lie will lie liie
ici'e In time to make the race.
FORY RILEY OFFICERS
Great Secrecy Follows Confes
sion Which Told of Plots to
JI'NCTHIX flTV, Kan. Dee. 10
VI Hilary otn.'lals at fort Itlley today
.'iitiiiii.il their Investigation of tln'nl
I.Kiil plot to iiuillllllale the post Willi
lire and iliianilte. ili'tulU of which I
aiue public with the .onfeMxtou Tu-
n.iv night of Private Mlclia. 1 Uulrlu
The siiuie secrecy which has tluirae
lirU.il the niov. ini'litH ot tile tiMlL'UI
fliue the beginning of the luveallgu
I'mi weeks ago was iiialutalned
It Is said ill tails of the allegeil plot
might not have I 'ecu unule tmlilie fnf
manv d.ijs had not (julrk's friend"
Hiieatenid habeiis i.irpiia proc. edlngH
to obtain the private's releaso unless
the eliurg.' against him warn Minted def-
inlt.l. following thisu Ihr.sits oimy
oitklals w.ie forced lo have wiirruntN
sxued The ariests of th. Itev f M.
Drew, r, former in my ilini'l.ilil. and .Mr.
Viinn Jordan, l.itei releuse.l, futl.iued
Army oltlilnls. It I said, with i-lx
s.ildUrs under arrest, imu are givliiK(
Ibelr whole llttellllnll to lllldlllg thoni
not guilty of utiial acts hut vvhn are
said to have guilty I.iiuhI. due of Hie
All inline ul pn parallel! fur the
I'leiill I'.iraile unit Is north n pound
uf liiirrj later on.
tine lone ttolUr Is tbe total of the
deposits in fourtt.ii wicks In the postal
savings liuuf. maintained nl the .Sinn
ford University" poetolllco.
A Chicago merchant wunls tu buy
r.utnj.fioi) thiee-c.int stutniw
Census llnreuu repmls i.itlun tllmie.1
prior to November U H,'tGti,&ii3 bate.
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