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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JAN. 12, 1912.
To be a Better Jud
ge I -
The calendar as. an advertising
device long ago justified itself.
Every business house could well
afford to present a handsome art
calendar to its customers each Holi
day season. It will pay to do so.
Phone us or drop us a line and.
our representative will call.
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street.
'I he much-tnlked-of religious ram
ImiIhii I" which the various prolotalit
ilmrilivH nf lluiiiihiHi Imvo nKico.l to
unite In nil effurt tu nciomplMi sweep.
Int; lesulls, wns launched luxt 'i Mini;
In Cooke Hall, V. M. C. A., whin riu-
uttit lay uorkt.ru from fuur of Urn
lending churches ot the city iiBoiublcd.
I)r. Dorcnilis Hcudeler tuok the Initia
tive In tlic matUr of outllnhiK ttn- pro
posed campaign, nml hi earnest, pr.it'
tltnl tnlk was llxlciiftl to with tho
gruitcst Interest nnd deference. I
,l half-past twelve yestiril.i) nn Im
portant Kt'UHlOII of tilt' leaders of tin-
Christian Hxtcnslon Movement w
In M, mill It wim decided that the pub
llo wink slinulel Ih'kIii on March IS nml
ronllniii' for twelve days. I
The txecutlve committee, of which
the follow lug aro mt'inbers, will liolil
aliotht'r liniiortitiit session next Mon-
tl.iy nomi: JaniiM Wukelh M, clfnlr-
iiimii; Iii nl Super, secretary; V fl.
Ilnll, II O Wlnkley, Arthur .Smith, n.
II. Tnnt. W. A. llmvn. ltev. A. A.
nbcisnlc. ltev. It. II. Kinlth. HvV. 1). C.
Peters nml Canon Ault. , j
Ily the exc-utlve -nmmltlco tho
ihiilrmt'ii of othtr committees wero
named iik followB: W. A. Howcn, bus
iness; Canon Ault, music; Htnry O
Wlnkley, uMitrlng: l'nul Super, mect
Iiikm; ltev. A A. F.bcrsole, puhllclty.
It wns announced that a claim of
women workers, Mlinllur In t'onccptloii
nml Hue of etiileavor to The iiicii'h class,
woulil he organized ilurliiK the coming
w t fk.
MAKE IT YOUR
TO KNOW US
e have left no stone un
turned in seeking Spring styles
and values, and we arc going
to distribute them in a way
that will please you and result
in improved business for us.
COME IN AND TRY
Six thousand bunches of Hawaiian1
bananas, which left Honolulu on l)e
cmlyr 27th, In the Ocranic .steamship
Sierra, are reportetl by officers In that
vessel to have reached destination
with tho loss, of but eighty-two hunch '
ft, and In n condition which nffoideil
a pleasant surprise to the consignees
as well as consignors.
A new order Iia3 gono Into effect
with tho shipment of bananas to tho
cnat, and tho consignment forward
nt by the Sierra was In thp nature of
nn experiment. That It was success
ful and met the highest expectations
of the territorial officials goes without
rating, when tho Mattering reports
were received this morning concern
ing the arrival of the large quantity
Dr. K. V. Wilcox, of tho Federal
experiment station; S. T. Starrctt
superintendent of marKets, and Terrl
lorlat entomologist Hhrliorn huvebeen
giving much attention to an Improve
ment of methods In the shipment of
Hawaiian fruits. It Is a matter that
has required much study.
With the urrlvnl of Market Super
intendent Slarrelt, he Immediately
Mt to work to devise, somu means
whereby bananas might reach the
toast In better condition and without
the high pencutagc of loss to tho
Steamship Men Cooperate.
With the freo cooperation of the of
ficer In the steamship Hlcrrn fiom
Captain lloudtetto down, the bananas
which left In tho last Sierra wero
carefully watched. The temperature
of the hold was noted and when It!
was found that (ho fruit was becom
ing unnecessarily overheated, more
ventlllatlou was provided, by tho re
nun nl of tho bananas, and Isles wero
madu through the piles of fruit.
Ouo point In which Messrs. Star
rett, Wilcox and I'.hrhorn, Insisted nit
on with local shippers In this parti
cular Instance, was that the fruit he
withheld from the wharf until the lat.
est possible moment.
Tho Sierra officers state that the
eighty-two bunches of bananas which
wero HjKilIed through transit, wero
found to ho those that had remained
nt the local Oceanic wharf somo three
tlayB prior to the departure nf the
vessel for San Francisco.
Tho local officials are much Inclin
ed to congratulate themselvt?H over tho
success of the shipment which went
to tho coast In tho Sierra when It lb
taken Into consideration that a pre
vious consignment of bananas num
bering some four thousand bunches
forwarded by another steamer, are re
liorted to liavo arrived at San Fran
cisco with two thousand bunches found
unfit for human consumption, an. I
condemned by tho coast fruit Inspec
tors to destruction.
On nml nfter this tin to 1 will not bo
responsible for liny debts contracted
l'i my name without my written au
thority. ii. t. mm i iks.
January 12. 101 1. MSS-lt
It a 1 1 1 1 n II i.er vntr
in Tin: emruiT coiiiit or Tin:
First Clnult. Territory of Hawaii. At
Chambers. In Probate. In the matter
of the Kstnte of Yen Chin of Honolulu,
T. II., .licensed. Intestate. On reading
und filing the petition of Y,e Yap, u
tredltor of mild decenied, alleging that
Yeo Chin of said Honolulu tiled Intes
tate at said Honolulu on the 30th day
of December, A. I). 1911, leaving prop
erty within the Jill Isdktlon of this
Court lucesiiry to be administered
upon, und praying Hint Letters of Ad
ministration Issue to Yet Yap; It I
link red. that Wednesday, the 14th day
of February, A. D. 11)12, nt 9 o'clock
II. in., be and hereby Is appointed for
hearing said Petition In the courtroom
or this Court In the Judiciary bulldl'is
In the City and County of Honolulu,
nt which time and place all persons
concerned may appear und show cause.
If any they have, why said I'etltlon
should not be granted. Ily the Court:
IIHNKY SMITH. Dated. Honolulu(
January 12, 1912. W. S. IMIngs for pe
titioner. B132 Jan 12. 19. 2C; Feb. 2.
The regular meeting of tho mem
hern of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mllteo will bo held nt tho rooms of
tho committee, Young Hotel building
today ut 3:30 o'clock.
(Continued from Pane 1)
breed, etc. Taking up the niattr of
this Inst sentence he says In his brief
"Tho precise meaning of tho phrase
'water In which mosquito larac
breed' Is of supreme Important In
determining whether the regulation in
nucstlon Is within the (scope of tho
authority In that regard granted by
tlin legislature From tho phriut' It
self. It Is evident that the leglsla
turo recngiil.ed as u fatt that mos
truitot'S breed in water, aui thli f.it;t
the court will no doubt take Judicial
notice of. It Is also plain, nml the
legislature must be presumed to have
known tho fait, that water, no mat
ter In what kind of container It may
bo found, Is nt most only n polcntl.il
breeding place for mo.'ipil(..lj He
fore the water can become a breed
lug place tho female- mjist lay eggn in
or, upon the water. From these fatt'i
we submit that the lcglslut'lro Intend
ed by this phrnho not 'water In whlcn
mosquitoes are actually breeding' hut
'water In which mosepiltoes bleed or
are llahlo to breed." Tho narrower
construction of this jihrui-e would lead
to absurd results nml would bo, we
submit. Inconsistent with the general
purposo of the grant of power lo the
lioard of 'general tharge, oversight
and tnro of the health and Ihe.t nf the
people of the Territory,' which run
tcmidatcs piuventntlve measures re
gulations Intended to obviate possible
dangers before they betoiue Imminent.
If this were not so, It would lis no-nccest-nry
lo hnvo granted the powir
to act for Hie ahitement of
those things which arc act mil present
Dealing with section six of tho ro
gulatlons tho brief holds that "Obvi
ously the banana tree or plant Is by
virtue of Its strut turcs capable of
holding water in the cup formation
where thp leaf sheath" ate Joined to
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
We Solicit Family Trade
A Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and .Liquors
the main stem of the plant. Of its'
(.(rmliiro ami chnratterlftlcs the tourt
may certainly take Judicial togule
nnci Once the fatt Is oil
mltti'd that the bannna plant Is capi
hie of holellng water. It Is as much n
lontnlner of water and possible breed
ing place uf iiiosepiltocs as the tin
tun, inslng gutter or the oilier ton
miners referred to In the regulation
It must of tourse be admitted that
all bannna plants do not always ron-
tain water hut neither do all tin tans
or other containers always hatn wat
er In them, llefore either tin can. tho
glitter or tho banana tan hi tome i
lini'tlliiR place for iihTmhiIIoih. the
must have waltr, and this ni'eesslly
is cared for liv the abundant rainfall
which this locality has
Aftei commenting on tho laws In
vogue throughout other states In con
nectlon with tho sprn)lug of fruit
tins die tit Iff continues. "Much of
Ihe foiegolng dlst usslon relates really
lo the rea onnhlenes.8 nf the rcgula
.'lull but It Is almost Impossible to
tou'hlcr Ibis sixth paragraph of the
icgulatlon from the standpoint of ex
press legislative authority Id pass It
without at tho wunn time consldcrlir.'
whither It Is rtvnionahlo or whither
the lioard of health should have gli
en the Individual as wide a tholce of
means Tor tho di'stiuitlon of then
nio;tiiltn hiceelllig places as It did for
the ntlirrn. "Wo respectfully mibmlt
that a tonshleratlon of the legislative
authority and tho entire regulation
will show that the sixth settiou of
regulation Is clearl) within the semi"
of the expresw Inglslalho authority
nml that the deMriutlnii of the ban
una Is the oulv practical and ellkleut
method of doing aw;ry with thp mos
iiilto bretillug places In that plant
King William V.O.P.
Usher and Dewar
and Imported Wines
Moet & Chandon
GOES TO TO
WITH HER LOIR
LOCAL AND GENERAL
John Cramer, drunk, wac flni'd lite
dollars nml eciMs of tour b I'olf..'?
Take u look nt thoe glass eloor
ovens that tho James (iiilld Couip.iuv
on King ttrcet have on sale.
n i...r.1 II,.. J.maiicse liner Chljo lingers Jiinm.s, won was nir.ioiil
Maru, which will be in Honolulu next y-terday on a charge of forger) will
TueH.l.e. Is I'lilniMi glU Jruui San "' Tli-tl next wok In polite tourt
Francis. ... Miss l.mi Ilork Mini, ami 1 TI10 Federal grand Jury hat tnlte,, a
Inter. I.00 Chung I'nk, on their way f,,,l'"i' ""III Wednesday ntxt. No re
out to china to help the revolution - I' ' what has bo far been done
lb, man as a soldier and his Chinese Willi tho tuses bufnie them has ben
x-vvti Ihi'iirJ ns 11 lied Chimb nurse. made.
News of the romance cume today on' w"rl n'" ""' statement In cornice,
the Xltrni. I.00 ciniiiK 1'ok has been tl Willi Ihe working of the new tax
liistrn.lor In a revoliitlonar) s.hoolln lnw '" K1"!: 1'iishcd ahead by tho
S.111 I-r.inclsco ami the girl was also Hou-wor Jnvt ns fast as the io,.ori
eiiiphijed ns a teacher Hit re. The rev
olutionists called for the ni.in. and tho
Amcrlcaii missions calle.1 for Chlnesn
girls as Heil Cross nurses, und they
are golmr not to t'bina Alter tlio re
came to hand.
The Malsiin Nuvlgatlou lett'.iiiier
Hudes wiih tllHpateheil from lllln for
San Friinclscn yesterda, taking 11 full
Hlilpuient of sugar and tine thousand
public Is .st.ihli.l,. I. tli.'V expect to bo "'! moUiHses In bulk, supplied ut Ka-
Tho Intel-Island strumer Ma una
I.na, fiiiiu a hpecl.il tilp In Kauai
ports, was nn urilvul this men nine,
witli 11 shipment of sugar. This oa-h-1
was tu lecelve 11 speedy dlschargo.
The Htoumer Noeau fi tun wlndwatil
1 pen 1.1 along Kauai was also nn ai rival
jtliu morning, bringing conslgumei.ti.
'til sugar, rlc, paddy and sundties.
I 'With the death of Yen Chin, late
president of thp United Chinese Sn
tie!), anil one of the misted nn r
chants, nml with the illnappi-ar-iu. o
of tertian Minis of money, ciiIiihi.'.I
to him, whoo niinuuts tniild nut h
traced by exivrl arcQUutanli. Chlnii
town ia at a loss to know how those
After dealing with the rcasonaine- B,)n roittid till parties ngiecd upon tho
ness of tlie 150 feet limit within K,.m nil policy that rallioads and
which the banana plants may !, neumshlps must bo uissuied or ue
grown the brief takes ; tho mntfr coiuiuo.Iatlons, und he wishes tliu
of the regulation being misonnble Lsjiorm 'conmion cat tier" lo ho dlsllnct
au every day piecautlonary niPURiire.l j underh.on.l. lie pioposes 11 mini-
"Although the present regulntlo.i her of minor changes nlso
As repot tied by the Bulletin sev
eral da,VH ago, 1.. A. Thuibton hnv
voiced fiitlher objections to the pio
poieel Hllo whaif couliact, In the let
ter ho has vviltleii to the board tif
harbor commissioners on hehulf nf
tne 11110 i.iiiiouii. 110 points out, m ,. ,., ,, , . ,
ntgulng for u p.efetenllal Ugh.. Ih.it lJ" w " , '' '""" f,,r "l'-l"n
iiu..uui,.,.., i...f 1 ,i..i'n B't tbelr hard earned coin ie
Kill or t
tho dlsciissloim before the louimls-,
Macf arlane & Co., Ltd.
was passed by Hie hoard of health
with the Intent to meet an emergent')
wiih h had already presented Itself bv
Ihe apjii'aranco of yellow fever In 11j-
preparations urn being
iiiaile for the pill lie ntcptlou to hit
Blveu by the ltev. nnd Mia 1 W.
Damon 1 ml thn bi.mbers of tbu tTiiltecl
Chin. si K.Kl.'ly In h.ui.ir nf Run Fo.
tin inn of I'reslde nt Run o China The
iirrulr which w II Ie given In the ro-
The letliir will ptob.ihly coiuo bii-
foio the hoard nf haihur (omiulsslon- clot) 'it halt on King street, next Mon-
ois ut lis next meeting
noltilu. and allhough that emergen. y KUHIO CHARGES FREAR
has apparently passed by without i FAVORS BIG INTERESTS
Ktll.. . .(J ...IT , Wit. I. . .11.1, J , , )''
cut regulation should not for that ron
ton bo condemned, it inn, wo submit
day eveiiliii.', will bo n notable event
In the libtury nf the city, and thorn In
. barge of urniliRi meiits are going to
a great deal of tumble If huvu each
eh till complete. Work bun: deuiu by
WASHINGTON. I) C. .Inn .'.The ' t lrltfl.iti Hive, promise of lirlllliinf
llllntr of KioililalliU ultli 1, ....l.l,.,,! nil I l-IPIkll lUIIliinllialloll flT HlO IHVII-
Mnnd not only as an emergency mc-i- Tua ul) S(.lTI lry f tu, ,nUT,llP slon.
sure out a leguiaiioii ii.iihk 1 . Khmi. ,.inst Walti r F. IVi'iir. (Inv-
'J' tlay iifcls of I'lnoll'l"-" ..rnor of Hawaii. b Prime KilnnUnii-
' ' 1 nle of Hawaii, tnila) brought Ihe light
Those who wish to mnkn a pleasant against (lovtrnor lYeur nearir 11 ell-
iri.. r ii.- i.mII i,..,k in i..ii to. "" The lomplaliit chill gi-H that
,, (ioverni.r Fienr has fulled to admluls- zzZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ
moriow uft.ruoon In tlmo for dinner ,.,,.,,,,,..,, . 1 .,--.
ter the iiubllc lands law k.i ns t en- WANTCD.
will have no opporlunlt) of doing so ,,.,. ,,, tl,llI f ,.iss of .It-' - - - --
In the unto bus that linvts from tho l7,, ,rt,i,r, t,H ,,,i,llng niod.-iato PaHiei tvllh IMm In 0 vvll e-l ibll-li
I'limii' mtvi... rooms lit .1 ocio.h r.at- ,,,, (, ,, ,,,, n.imlnMralloii has
inilav aft.rnooii win 11 tho first hntch ,,, , . ,ri,B r . Blm,,r
of tv.ik-i-iid excurslonbts aro taken to ,,)lltltinK ,M1r ,fs ...! t preju-
K-n ..'.. Il.iv. lie second batch going ,,, , f , ., boniest. a.b-r
o ti Mm hi) morning Them will ho - ..
loom fill at least It ilo'.en WHO wish to IVlltlll-ll: I'lfll more .lecornled
1 LI' to tho p.ill t.iiiioiiow' uHeinuon unices fr ,. -,,ri) Parade, (lit In ' ' iii)i l t.oi 101 m'r .11 two people,
anJ walk back. Hue rur Hie lilggi'kl nirnlviil of all. 5 'eK Ave. 5135-Ct
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