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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 09, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Image 3',
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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAV, FCO. 9, 191Z.
MAUI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
TO GUARD AGAINST FLY PEST
(Pprrlll Hill Ii' till Unrrrsimtl'lence.)
WAII.UKIt. Mnui, Kcb. 8. The
Mnul rhntnhor of Commerce hold Its
tegular nimillily meeting this after
noon nt llic Wnltiiku town luill. Presi
dent !". V. Iluldwln called tlio nicctltiR
of I ho I!o:iril of Trustees ut 2:30
n'cloek The flrHt mnttor discussed
was the preventing of tlio Iniporlntliin '
or Intioittirtloti of tlio Mcdllcrannonn
flint lly lino tiny of mo Maui pons.
Scleral methods were suggested, lint
II wiih flniilly passed making It In
cumbent for tlio ikiIIco to curry out
(tic Instructions of tlio Hoard of Agri
culture us to ways of keeping tlio llles
nlT this Island. Mnul nt present
boasts of tlio fiirt Unit no hucIi ilo
Mrnctlvo llles have )cl Invniloil IIh
1 i nit Industry, mid tlio recent ttikltiK
'up or lionio8to:nlH liy tlio Wnlklno, tlio
I.lndsiiy mid tlio California Hetllo
mrnl Associations ut rnuwcln, Iliilku,
"III make tlio Mmil Chamber of Com
iiicrro inoio active III ItH cfTorlH to
keep off Hint iCht.
On million of Mi,Wm. Searhy, tlio
lli laid oled $25 as n contribution to
wards tlio Duko Knlimimnoku fund
Supervisor V. V. l'oguc naked con
cerning tlie cnrrosHiiulonco relating
,ti Ibe nppriiirlntlon of $Dnno liy tlio
WE OPEN SATURDAY
The New York Cloak and Suit
WITH AN UP-TO-DATE LINE OF LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR APPAREL.
Shirtwaists, Skirts, Suits, Gowns, Dresses,
Capes and Cloaks
AT LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES M (( Q Woolr
ON CREDIT, TIME PAYMENTS J.UU a VV eeK
1119 FORT ST.
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
P.O. Box 488
Inst l-ogUhitnto for repairing tlio Kl-
hcl whaif mul when Informed Hint tlio
Hoard of llnrlior Commissioners have
not mined In the mailer, also Unit
certain powerful Honolulu Influences
wore swaying the minds of tlio said
Conimlssloneis against the using of
I lie said iinniiiiiriatltin. Siiiwrlntond-
cnt .1. N. H. Williams of tlio Kiiliultil
Italltoad t'oinpany uffcrcil u resolu
tion which will cause the members of
the Honolulu llnrlior Cominlssloncis
to take notice o( I He urgent wishes of
tlio Maul Chamber of Commerce, One
member asked a pertinent ipiestlon
whether It was a fart Hint tlio Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company
people weie lespoiiHlhlo for Hie dila
tory attitude of the Commissioners
with logard to this appropriation, for
which Maul County Is undeniably
unanimously favorable, Tlio resolu
tion was passed as ipilckly as offered
and lllln mid Honolulu papers will bo
supplied with copies of tlio same by
Eeeictary 1). II. Caso.
Tlio Hoard of Trustees having ad
journed the Maui Chamber of Coin
nicice was 'then called to order.
Twenty members were present. Th
resolution relating to Klhel wharf was
again icfcrred to the Chamber mul
Cippnri-hr COME AND
oecurity dress you
CHARGE FOR ALTERATIONS.
OPP. OLD CLUB STABLES
We Carry a Full Line of
The Best. In
Macfarlane Si Co., Ltd.
by them passed again lo make. It em
phatic that All-Maul desires Klhel Tor
u ceutial landing on Maul. Senator
V, T. Itohlnson for tho Floral I'nrndo
committee rcsirlcd that they had se
lected Mrs. Kllcn II. lingers of Wal
lukii ns Maul Princess. The selection
I met with the hearty approval of tho
1 Chamber of Commerce, ns Mrs Hog
lers Is known as n line equestrienne.
i The gamesters wlm wire rounded up
ctcr.luy liy I'lilef of Detective Me-j
DutHo and Sergeant Killrtt on the new'
Matsnii wharf were lined this morning,
In Poll..' Court by Judge Miins.irnit. .
The oldtlmrrs were dealt with severely,!
while the beginners were let oft with
I Vlck Wo Co mid liiiin Leung, ar
rested for violating the health regula
tion., were In court, mul had their cne
iiiiillniieil l.itui l.i ling will come up
for trial next Monday innrnlng.
Paul Hums mul K. I'lnientiil, furnier
ripployes of Davles & Co, will be tried
next Tuesday morning for shortage III
j Chun Mung, who was In die ted by the
I grand Jury on n serious offense, Imp"
bis ease In Police Court stricken from
i Iniol tour in ii n ry In Mul let In
iiilicrtMnir mul It returns to vim n
The iirrniigenients for the entertain
ment of the Cleveland visitors net
Tuesday and Wednesday are about
complete, the Promotion Cinnnill ce,
the Outrigger Club, the llands-Arouud
the Pacific and the Public Service As
sociation working together on the
Tho Promotion Committer will send
the boats laden wl'h lels to meet Hie
visitors, the Civic Kedointlnn will pni
vide iiiomliicnt kiininalnas as spielers
on the trolley trips, the Promotion
Committee and tho Outrigger Club
have arranged for the K al I tit Aquatic
Club to isipulalc the grass-house vil
lage on the Outrigger grounds, the
men and women will puddle and sail
races, the poi-pouuders will luko lino
In an linn and pound the lain Into
il before the ejes "f tho visitors, -i
hlg pig v 1 1 1 also bo ltiaucit and Hit. ,
vlsltois will sec how the South Sea
puiple hallo their fond underground
In II leaves and with hot stones
During tho cicnlng the llnnds
Aiound pcoplo will act as guides lo
mi) of tlio visitors who may wish to
see the city by night. On Wednesday
the Public Service has arranged fur
the big auto bus to run back .mil forth
to the Pall at a dollar for Hie round
trip. The start will be made fiom the
end of the Ninianii car Hue so that
nil who may wish to go can lie iiccoin
tnoilaied.Tho auto garages ale alio In
vited lo keep autos In commission al
what they may consider a fair price
for that service.
Tues'.'ay evening Iheie will be en
teitaliimcnls by the Kuiihtminnu So
ciety, depleting ancient llaw.illui
t-cencs, and Ivnal will tepeat his mu
sical piogram. Kanl will also assist
with hlc ipilntct nt the entertainment
at tho Outrigger grounds.
(Continued from Pags 1)
on .lanimry Zi'iul, only utter ner inn-,
eers, crow anil passengers had gone
through an excrloiico which served)
to li. tho stoniest heart and proved.
Fiilllclcutly thrilling to satisfy the
most caxctlug seeker for sensational
ism. Shlp'.i Fittings Burned.
Ten days' voyaging across tlio lone
ly Pacific under the unfiiTorahle wea
ther conditions, thn mil fuel consign
ed to tho fires under the hollers being
scraps of woodwork anil fittings found
iiIkiuI tho great cargo-carrier, mid
such Inflammable cargo as could bo
gathered by n now frcnzlcw crew,
pi oved mlghly poor material
which to make speed.
Wireless Call Brings Relief.
Tho insistent efforts of a
Japanese wireless oiorator, stationed
In the Kljo Muru, finally succeeded
In bringing tho terrlhlo plight of Ills
vessel to tho attention of the iwer
fill Marconi station located on the Ja
An urgent appeal for assistance
wis finally heard. The skipper of
tho Klyn called for help fiom a
steamer or cruiser. Ho stated his tcr
ilblo plight, and tho Japanese govern
ment Immediately dispatched a fast
cruiser to the aid of tho distressed
mid disabled freighter.
The arrival of tho Klyn Warn at
Yokohama liaibor was an occasion for
fervent tcjolclng. Tho vessel had
practically been given up for lost, as
Iho worst was feared In thut a steam
er unable to move under her own
steam under such unfavorable weath
er con dltlons, presaged disaster.
The Klyn Warn while here remained
outside. Her cargo was more or lo-is
a general one Such (tortious of this
freight as pnncd at all combustible
was brought out from tho hold, an I
sent to tho flro-risim.
Chief Officer Kills Self.
Chief Olllcer Hakaila who ossajed
all responsllilllt) for tho failure to
secure an additional or siilllelont sup
ply of fuel while at Honolulu. Is al
cged by the Slilnjo oflleorH Hi hae
Jumped overboanl sumo dajs after
the shoitagn of fuel was discolored
While tlio KIo was put about with
tho expectation of saUhg the life of
tho cm? I'd olllcer, ho sunk heueath
tho waxes hef'iie aid could teach Mini
At the time of the departuie of thn
Shlnyn Muru fiom Yokohama, the
master of the KIo as well as her of
llceiB woio being held lor Iniustlga
tlou The loss to the Japanese steamship
company thiougli thu destruction ot
a large part of the Kbit's cargo will
very llkelj piovc a serious ono.
A few days before the liiirkentlno
Anui7on iirrhcd al San Francisco
trout Australia, .Martin (lugcis, a sea
man, siiildeul) lost his reason. Imag
ining that sonieono was trjlug to kill
'him The Immigration aulhorltlos
took (iageis to the detention station
at Augel Isl.md and It Is likely Hi it
Iho will be deported.
if i w 4t "ihiJaKvW
riff r I
RESOLUTION NO. 621.
Ill: IT Iti:S(il.Vi:ii hi tin- Hoard "f
Supervisor of the City and County t
llniiidiilu, Tmltury of Hawaii, that
the sum of roUTY-NINi: llt'NllIti:i
AMI niTY-KIVIJ M-IUO liul.l.AH.S
(liaj," lJ) lie appropriated from the J
(inn nil I'iiiuI of lliv City and County
Tor the piirie of ri pairing King
Sliecl on (be Hues as shown In the es
timate of the City mul Count llu
glniir Introdiuiil by II U Mt'llItAY.
Dated 1'ihriiiiiy i. I'.'l-'.
Al ii nguliii iinitllig of Uw lie nil
of HiipcrvlsoiK of the fll mid I'oiiiilv
f llllllollllll, held on TllCMla). IVIiiu
ur b, I :.'. me lorcKoing ii.'miiiiiioii
whs pass.it on I'lrsl lleiidlug and or-
iliinl to print on tlie following te of
,.'s Aiiiaiiii, Arnold, Dnlgbt. Kro
ger, l.ow. .M.i nil. in. .viiuru) ioiiii, ..
II KAI.AI'llKAI.ANI Jll.
I'll and CiiuiiI) CI. rK
dlf'ii l-Vli. V. 1". IS
NEW - TO-DAV
HONOLULU LOOGE NO. COO,
L. O. O. M
will limit III I I'M I 'i linn- billlillllrf,
Kurt strut, near King. Thup'ilu inn
lug. I'Vhi iiurj I,'.. IU1 J, at 7 'I ii clock
Visiting brotlurs .orili.illv lutltcil to
AMIIKUSI: J WHIT., Iilclulor
i:. A JAi'iilll-'uN. S.irituij
NOTICE TO SUDSCRIDERS.
Nettie Is hereto given that a Hew
liliiiior nt siibsiiK'.'is n( Uil Mutual
Tel. pbiiii' i'iiiiiiiiii will shorll) tie
All siilwerlb. rs ileslilug mix cbangc
of iiiiiii.- or aildr.'ss and all luti'iidlng
suliicrlbirH are eniiieslly reiniixleil to
nvii'I written mil lie or call In person
at tile olllce of the company on Adams
Ijine, on or I" fore Thursday, l-Vliriuiry
at. '1018, nft.r which date pnsltlvrl) ijn
ehiili'ges will be made fur tho new 1)1
.Ml'TTAI. ti:i.i:imi(ini: CO. I.T1).
Iloiinliilu, T II , IVbruary '.'. l'J!:'
Or Ma" I. '11111111 Ini" i.tiuii"il nut re
Huuii'd pnutls,- The Itowil llnwal
tail lliit'l to to I- - l I and ., to '
"it Ml lui
Fall in Love
WITH our splendid showing
of SPRING CLOTHING,
the finest products of Eng
lish, Scottish, Irish and
American looms, tailored into
models that portray the skill of the
world's greatest designers.
ALFRED 13ENJAMIN CLOTHING
is above criticism from every view
point. Never before has Honolulu been
shown such a wonderful array of new
fabrics and patterns.
OUR STOCK of NECKWEAR
and SILK HOSE is most com
plete and in the latest shades
and style. We cater to those who
would be dressy from top to toe.
FORT AND HOTEL
$3.50 Men's FrcaR Toe $3.50
Men's wide toe,
tan or black
shoe. A new
nature last built
Don't miss these
Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Ltd.,
1051 Fort Street
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
NELSON B. LANSING
Now Located at Uolliol and Hotel Strecti, Upstairs
AMERICAN BISCUIT CO.
PACIFIC COAST BISCUIT CO. (Candy)
WELLMAN, PECK A CO. (Groceries and Woodenware)
G. WASHINGTON COFFEE CO.
CLICQUOT-CLUB GINGER ALE
NORTHWE3TEHN MACARONI FACTORY
WESTERN PAPER BOX CO.
II it 1 1 el I u Want Ail will lln.l II.
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