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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,, T. H., SATURDAY, MAR. 9, 1912.
i mwamman tvvuM
"" v. &iK -vm,. fW, t y-f WrWf? -jan
S. T. Starrctt Carres Gospel
of Clean Culture Among
"Teaching tlio ) filing ltln liow 1J
shoot," sas H. T. Starrctt. Hit iei in-1
tcmlctil nf public marketing, "la not
Jialf ho luiril iih teaching the Cliliin
m.'ui young or old, liow to cultivate
the liiuunin shoot."
Superintendent Stnrrctt Is tlio man I
who Iiiii licen cinttloyod ns mi cxK!lt(
liy the Tcnltoiliil Government U) en
courage small farming lu the Islands.!
to help the white settlors Ret a foot-i
hohl ami iU'VClo) Into rnuclicrH, nml
to carry oat tlio hard problems of!
Outside of lining these things, Hu
poilnteitrtont Starrctt Is developing u'
healthy mid growing young market In,
Honolulu for pindiicls of all kinds, ami
when he Isn't liusy with all of this ho
is developing the nialnlaml marketa
for Hawaiian fruits.
About the Diet thing that Starrctt
ran up against here was the thicat-l
cued itiarantlnc on Hawaiian bunnnns'
liocause of the Mediterranean Fi tilt
fly peat that has gained entrance to!
the Tenltory and Is now a serious'
nii'iiare. After mainland btior.s weroj
mauiicd of (livoinmcnt lnsicctlou
here i-.trlct enough to gutrd ngaluU
the lly gcttlug Into Callrornlu, they'
found that Hawaiian bananas were apt
to he affected by reale, and then tUui-1
rett'a tioubio'i rrdouhled,
Tlila In lugs us down to the point
made above about teaching the jniiiig'
Idea how In shoot. Superintendent'
Stanett tackled the big Job of teach-1
lag the Chinese banana growers to1
I nice Irult flee of scale and ho good
that the California bujers simply
couldn't icfuse It.
He lakes a day off every euro lu
fi while and goes aiouml among the
Chinese g rowels, showing them how
to cairy on "cle.m culture" jnethods.
The photogi.iphx ienodueed heiewlth
t-lwitt- film Iti tin. mlilut .if fMiliiniin Fi-iilt'
lieu, pointing out the scale on bana
nas and telling them how to get rid
At Mist It was it hard Job. The Chl
heso grow cis were apt to be suspi
cious of an) thing they seemed to bo
getting for nothing, and they vveicn't
NHW YMItlC. N. 'Y. Mrs. Kthcl
Crrikcr-Hreen, daugliter of ltlchnrd
.linker, -former Turn-many boc, M
vnlnul nt JldO.Ooo In n suit la-gun by
her busbniid, Jolin J. Ilrcen, against
Crnkcr ami bis two sons, Ulcllnrd
Junior and Howard. Hreen charges
tdi wife's relatives with having nllcti
nl.'d tier iifTtftlnns, and he wants dam
ages for the bus of In r cnmpaiilnii
Kldp nnd services Hreen Is n griinui.
lie nml Miss Htlul I'roker eloped to
Hnhohcu on the night of April as, liilfl,
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,M(yiAlt'fe.J- WW JrlnKs water bu1 will lolve any QOc M MffvW I
W Wm KetJertFZ 1li...flelc frcn elder lb tfasolci P'a, &$$!& V AVP I
HiQw'lr' &0 Wrtltafully one hundre-Jnoo) ,' jTiSiSiLdfw
TSwJk OoC To niileseveia.ycor. Novor clicws q(. 'j'O ffejP
JKnNnn . tc Ills. food, ea'fs "obticco ond 0cf,''-ffa T"iz2wM$l
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V;,C5rT QSurri IMlaei
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fist fe8 PS'SSIP t'&m
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OF MARKETING TEACHES YOUNG
TO SHOOT; GROWERS TAKE LESSONS
.Superintendent of Mnrlcllng Starred Showing ChlncM- (Ironers What a
(lean Hunch of llaii.inas Should Look Like.
Mr - t k BiM38iH "3iB
wt. PB9DOttflNlHHBejVHV) w'hMHh
I'olnllng Out lo (irnwers Hie N'cccs
Make ami Hold
at all anxious to take his advice. Hut
finally some of the moie piogresslve
ones huw that it meant dollars and
cents In their pockets to lenrn how
to glow bjiinuas sure of sale lu Sail
1'ianclrco, audi they not only adopted
his Ideas, but began to ship under Ter
and were married secret I v by a Jus.
flee of tile peace. They lived togtlher
nnrj-tv few-'months." Mrv lirreir their
went to Paris to live with her mot In r.
Last Airll site brooglit suit fur iiniuil
iiinit of the marriage. On September
20 the suit wits changed tu one for dl
vorie. Itlchard Crnktr Is spending the
winter at 1'iilni llcacb, I'ln. Kkbaid
Junior and llouaid divide their thno
between the Until llelmont nml their
countl'j heme at live Mrs Ktliel Trc. ;
kir-ltieen Is hrllcvcd to lie living with,
PERPETRATED BY WALT MPDOUGALL
OUR SPECIMEN CENTENARIANS.
SHOWING HOW THEY 00 IT .
O. J , February. J e
- llj of "Clean Culture"
Ills vtnik han meant a lot for the
Teirltory, and It It Is kept up It should
mean a lot more. Assisting him Is
II. I). Wall, a selling export of the
Coast, nml together they lire making
real progiess toward developing small
farming lu Hawaii, though It Is a slow
mid sometimes disappointing Job.
her slstir. the Duchess San Martian,
fiirnu'ily Miss I'lorence I'roker. at the
Uuttcclfc. .Uousf,,. ii ('luimii Hlysce,
t'oliinel Itoiiscvclt, when asked about
I the declaration for lihn by tiovernor
llladley of Missouri, said: "I seu they
are doing things out there"
Mrs. Jii.-.(iIi Drexcl, widely known
lu Miclnl clrcli-s nnd mother of Mrs.
Hurry l.i lir of Haltlinoie, died at her
town residence nt Philadelphia.
M'CARTHY IS OUT
(Continued from Pago 1)
"My decision to to it candidate for
the nomination ns Delegate to Con
mess vvim made as tho result of hist
nlelit'u oinftfnir ' snlrl Mrf?nrtliv In 11
II ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii i eporter this atteinooti.
1lm illunirifinlnAllI f.ln.ia ,.vnH I .. '
a a.u uioujiitiv.ik w.-. u'Wl l: .
Cundless' Insistent efforts to set tho
datu of the convention for Muv, in-
stead of for September, as iisunl. I
iirnued with hint over this point fori
hours, and flnully ho came round to'
my way of thinking. Then I got a
'plume message, from hint saying Hut'
he had koiiu hack tu his original de
mand for an early convention. It was
then that 1 wan released from my
ptoinlsu to support hla candidacy. ThU
McCandlesH thsroiiRhly understands,
hut I do not know whether or not he
knows of my decision to take the field
The Hiiddeu aniinuncenient of Mc
Carthy's cainlldacy swlteliei the polit
ical situation very much. It ineaun
thut the faction which opposed .Mt-
Cundless In last night's meeting will I
now probably tupport ileCaithj, and
that Jarrett's alleged leeonelllatloiil
with McCandless was for publicity:
Col. McCarthy Is one of the most In
(lueutlul UcmocrutB of Hawaii. At tho
last campaign he lcfused to Indorse
McCnmlleks' nntl-liiimlgrutlou pLiiilc.
hut up to this time he linn been sup
isjrtiug .McCundless during the pres
ent campaign on tlio openly expressed
condition that McCandless stick to a
Col. Mrfurlhi la n mninlior ..r tli.i
Iluilmr ltoatd nnd was foiinerly it'
iituiiiiiieiii iiiunuicr oi me lerriioriat
Semite. Ills caudlducy will undoubt
edly carry with It koiiio very bluing
1'olittclaiiR who heard of the an
nouncement today thought It very
likely that McCurthj can win nt the
eoiiventlon on April IB. '
Ilcrtraiii (1, Ulvoubuigh. the Mayor's
secietary, who has been pel haps the
pilnclpat force behind the Mayor's,
boom tor the delegateshlp, was not nt
the meeting today, living held at hoinu
by sickness in tlio family. At the eon
elusion of the meeting It was stated
that Mayor fern had stated that hu
would liitorm Itlvcnhurgh of MeCar
thy's decision, nml that Hlvenbiirgh
may undoubtedly bo counted upon tu
support tho Colonel.
f IlnvMill's reply to the charge
s of iillbince with the Sugar Trust
t Is contained in the testimony
of ic. I'. Ulthet before the Hard- w
vvlck InvoHtlKiitlrnc einnmlttee. .
: This testimony In full Is pub-
Mulled lu llu- Industrial section "
f of tlie H ii 1 1 i-t I ii, "American-
Hawaii, l'cuplw nml Industries."
v -Mr. ltlthet's testhnouy Is In-
t struetlve mid lively rending for
;- Mlijiine who wants to know -
about Ilauall Cuplt-s are to tio '
had at the II ill let In oltlce or :
the book stores.
4 '5 ' V -i1 5 -S- 'j- $ -J- t- 1 8 $ 9
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 8, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Iluukliil K'aulliue it ill to I'JiUlp
riling Kong Sun to Vang t'lial
llliig ., IIB
Kauiilokii nml hsb to Chock Toug M
Manuel (i SiiiiIos tu It llergerseu. .Hi-1
William It Castle, tr, by utty to
Josi-ph Kale ltd
II Wuti-rhiiuse Trust Cu I.ti' to
Western & lluun luv stint Co
11 Wiiterhousi- Trust Co Ltd, tr, tot
Ilauo luvslmt Co Ltd A M
Hdgar Heiirliiues and vvf to (Idn
of Mary II C lleckli-y M
Entered for Record March 9, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Antone J n.itrella nnd vvf to l-'lrst
Hank of II llo Ltd M
Kahuna Kiihali-inoku (w) to Crou
ds K Aknna 1'
IC Vaiuiiila to Volcano Stables &
Transport Co Ltd CM
Kalmiikl laind Co Ltd to Augusta
M Sdinculug ,. I)
Kumakl Morlta to I'lrst Hank of
Illlo Ltd CM
Kalanluaii (w) to Knpcim Kalhe.. 1)
Kugcula K llels tn Joe do Itego.. I.
I T I'lemlng to I'lcmlng Mnka-
vvao Lots 1'lMll
Hst of J M Camara by admrx to
Joao It I'lmiclra -. 1
John II I'lguelra and vvf tn Sao
Martlnho Unit Smy of II M
(lliatillan Trust Co Ltd to Prank '
I'riiuk Ti-lxelrn and vvf to noinln--
gos I'i ruaiides and wf ..... 1)
Hubert V Shingle and vT lo (ler-
rlt V Wilder !
Isaac It Sovlegard runner general
supeilnlemlent of the Philadelphia U.
Keai'ilug Itallio.ul, died in Ploiidn from
blood poisoning, earned by Injiiiy
fiom a catfish.
The Hint Hindu iieholaii-hips In an
Aineilean college have been piovlded
i for at tho (Jnlveislly or Cillfunilu by.
'f'lrdiii' Jivvala Dliigh, a wealthy Illudiil
fan titer ot Moi eland, Cal,
COLORADO 18 IN
The cruiser Colorado fates mm of
the toughest of tough lock situations
that Is possible under the prevent sys
tem of running the navy If. as Is
ginernlly bi-lleved here, Honolulu Ik
now considered the home port of tlo
I'nclllc licet by the povers-that-be In
Washington, It means that guns nml
tnrget rafts are some 2000 mllcMipart.
with no Immediate prospect of coming
togetlu-r on this side of the I'nclllc It
iiNo means that the Colorado, which
stood No. 1 lu the entire United States
navy for fall turget prattNe. may be
out of the running for the general cf
llcleney pinualit. the grand prize of
the Ktrvlct', which goes to the, ship
having the best all-rouiul overage nt
both target practises, Meamlng trials,
nnd a number of other things not deil
nltely anuouiiceil. lly htr splendid
pirformance Inst fall the Colorado has
a big edge on the other ships for the
piuiimit, mid to run the chance of los
ing their chance makes olllci rs and
men alike hop the disks with Indigna
tion. Hvtn If the Pacini' licit Is nrdtrid
back to the Coast Juit lu time to git
Into the prai tlse, the Colorado men
point out that they will be at the ills,
ndvmiage of going In without thorough
preparation, mid at the chine of an ex
it mini cruise. The same plaint comes
from the California anil South Dakota,
but In a more inodllltd key, ns they
haven't as much at stake ns has the
Off to Sea.
Ten o'clock Monday morning Is the
hour set by Admiral Soutberland for
taking the three cruisers outside, mid
until next Saturday gun pointers' prac
tise and other shipboard work lu prep
aration for targit print le will be car
ried on Lieut Comtlr. Leahy, lleet
ordnance olllci r, has hem lu lonsiiltn
Hon with the ordnance ollicers of the
other shlp, mid evcr thing possible
will be done to pnpare for firing tho
big guns, so that lu ease they are back
lu time, the nun will be able to give
n good account of themselves.
It Is Improbable that the Pat-tile
licet will have a regular chief of staff,
now- that the second division has been
uhotlshtd mid Hit. olllcl.il machinery
slmplllled. According to regulations,
however, the captain of tho llagshlp
(lets ,11 fiilef of stnff unlcsv one Is
appointed by the secretary of the navy,
so Captain Harlow 'of tho California
Is now the nominal chief of start of the
New Captain of Yard.
Lieutenant Lemuel M. Stevt us, who
was trnn-ifcireil from the California to
the Honolulu Xaval Station, mid who
Is now captain of the jnrd, has the
institution of In I m- the first iiicmbt r
of bis i Iiisj. - IpoT- -! bit assigned to
shore duty t'simlly for about eight to
ten ears urtir leaving the nciidfiuy
liaval olllci rs are kept at sea, and then
the usual tour Is three jenrs at sea
and tun ashore. The new captain of
the Mini wears only n stripe nml a
half, m bis appointment here Is quite
an unusual distinction
Lieutenant Stevens sent for his wife
before In- even thought of applying for
station hue, and when Mrs. Steven
arrives Monday she will have the
pleasant surprise of (hiding lerself In
n pernianeiit, Instead of a temporary,
home. Lieutenant nnd Mrs Stevens
will nee tip.v a t ullage close to tht res
ervation lill II WHARF
PLANS UP TODAY
A special meeting of the llaihor
Commission was held al o'clock title
afternoon, when consideration of tho
plans for Hie llllo vvliillf was taken
At tho meeting held on Wednesday
Chalinian Campbell placed hefoio the
members the data that had been gath
ered by Surveyor Itelks and an Infor
mal discussion was held Today tho
matter was tuken up In detail and tho
plans thoioughl) looked Into.
No tlual decision was arrived nt, as
llieio Is still nunc dila tu he gath
ered, Hoiks leaving for tho lllg Isl
and dm lug tho coining week.
Clicult Judge Win. J. Kohluson Is
II veaiH old today ami Is leeelvlug
("ingialiilatioiis all along tho lino. Tho
Judge was born 'way back In Ohio,
which gave III in his successful way of
holding olllce Hut h moved to Cali
fornia In lime to get the real western
spirit ami llimllv landed lu Honolulu
tn hold down the star of eiuplio hem
with etc lit to himself mid honor to
his eniintl) If foity-roiu- Is old age,
Judge Hobliikon Is not looking tho
The funeral of Ihe late Alfred 'II
Mossiuaii will be held tomorinw aller
lioon 1 1 olll tin .Mossilliili lestdeiiie.
Hinina el I cut.
POOR MAN'S TALE I
WINS BIG SUIT,
A penniless man, with no wItncjso
to tonoboinle lilm, won u veitbct III
the United States District Court lu
llrooklyn against the Chesapeake and
Ohio Itallrojd Com,:in. which had
brought twenty witnesses Irom West
Vliglula an, I enipliijed two lilgh-prle-ed
special counsel lu addition to the
road's onllnary legal force to fight the
mill. The tilal lusted five da.vs, suyH
the New Vo-k World.
The verdict for the plaintiff was (or
tloiHi, which JmlgK (Jhallleld leftised
emphatically to set aside, nml he al -o
tefused to giant a new trial, which
the railroad's lawyers asked for
The plaintiff Is .luliu Stojanowskl.
21 .vcurs old. who Iiuh hci-n In thi-t
country less than two vonrs ami is
still iiuahle to speak the Hugllsb lan
guage. Ills story, as he told It
thiotigh all Interpieter to the Jury .
was ns follows:
In Mnieh, lltlb. ho left his young
wife and child In Poland and came w
Ameilca, Intending to send foi his
fuiiill) as soon as he had obtained
steady work. A Tow days after his
arilval heie he was m-iiI by an eui
ilu.vuieiit agency lo West Virginia to
woik lu a coal mine. The day after
he arrived at the mine the men went
on strike. Ilelug loid thut Ihe strike
was llkel) to last for some time ho
decided he would return to Now
Kor three dajs ami nights ho walk
ed the t.-aiks of tho Chesapeake and
Ohio Itiillrotid without nuv thing tu
eat. At a small station named Hagle
.Mountain bo had la come so Pxh.iu .led
that he could piocced no fuilher lie
removed Ids shoes fioni his swollen
feet nnd sat down to rest
When a con I train stopped at tho
stilt Ion for water Stojanowskl climbed
painfully aboard one of tho cars ami
seated himself on top or the coal.
When the train was running m Its
highest rate of Rpced u hrakcinau ap
proached him. Hiiahle to understand
what was said In him. Stojanowskl
prouueed his passsirt. The hrukn
liiau, he charged, took him by tho
collar ami threw lilm fiom the train.
The next thing that StoJ iiiowskl
knew he was lu n hospital with an
arm gone. It had been lemoved nt
the socket. Tor weeks he lay lu tho
hospital, until the authorities arrang
ed for his tninsHrlntlnti back to
llrooklyn, where ho had friends.
Stojunowskl went to the Austrian
Consul, hut was told that he had no
chance of recovering damages from
tho rallioad becausu he had no wlt
liesHon. Many luwiers told lilm tljo
same thing until some one sent him
to lands Iloehm. nt No. 320 Ilrouilway,
who took up tho case, although It
After weeks of eorrespnndenro with
the Sheriffs, hospital authorities nnd
other persons In the vicinity of what
lie deducted must have been Ihe site
of Ihe linpiKOiIng he leniiied the ex
act place. This Rtojanowski did not
know. Ho then began suit The rail
road, he says, offoicd him '.T0 lo set
tle, hut he declined.
Twenty witnesses sworo that Sto
janowskl was Injured thiougli trying
lo board the train when It was in mo
tion hut Mr. Iloelun bioke 0vvn all
their testimony under cross-o.xaniliin-tlou
ami showed such material' vail
mice III the tales told that the Jury
refused to believe theni. Stojanowskl
was the only witness In his own be
half. OF HAWAII
(Continued 'from Page 1)
l.cllehua will be a serious one Thin
the iiiiesllou of urontrl) housing tho
construction force: of draining and
sewn lug their camp nnd laying tho
wntir supply, crops up us a serious
i heck There Is no ileal by town w hire
the workmen can live, nnd they must
be well cared for, else they can not bo
m cured at all.
Majoi Cheatham, the new chief tpinr
ttrmastir of the Department of Ha
waii, due litre May 1, Is coming oil the
April transport, which will get lilm
lure scveiil weeks ahead of time. He
has mi assistant, llugliicrr Knt'lit, unw
ell the ground, looking ovtr tho situ
ation here, and when Major Cheatham
in rues, all the Information which ho
leiiilrcs will be available. The en
glniir has been working with Cap
tain I M wards, cnnstruitliig ipiarter
mastir, for some dnvs past.
While Ihe life of tentage In the
Stales Is well over a year, It has been
found that tints litre do not last out
n twelvemonth Major Campbell, nd
Julnpt genual, billcves that the aver
age cost for suth tents as the l-'lrst
will live lu will be about l.r. per tent
This, of course. Including ti nts for
ollliers, lcghnciilnl hiaihiiiarli ra mid
hospital tints The plan Is lo put four
iniii In u ti-nt. nml ii iih tiii.int imn oiMii
I,.. ,,. . .
in nit- regiment, nun uie extra icius
for inmpauy and riglmcntul use, :T.O
Ii nts Is none too many to cstlinate If
Hit- whole out lit lias to n replaced
eveiy nine months, mid tin- regiment
Is In camp for two scars, the total
tost for canvas alone will be In the
nelghboihoiiil of .'IT,lioti A emitoii
lueut would cost about $"0.fh)0, but, us
uuu uttlLi-r 1 1 marked, "If they build It
n.t.hu j.i i;sa
Tor eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
, wr i s um j.
.V v '(,
rtrxiitrn-U U, ri. mint Ofllro
Breakfast Cocoa, 1-2 lb. tins
Haker's Chocolate unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German's Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb cakes
Tor Sile by Ltadlnf Grocers In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DOKCIIIiSTliK. MASS., U. S. A.
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
J II Stewart of the f'mist nml Oeo
ttetlc Survey Is back on Maul.
C I! Myers returned from Holm on
Tuistlay, where he has Is-cn doing
some survey work.
Contractor Wilson will start work on
the Haiku extension of the Kuhulut
railroad tin Monday.
II. II. Welter left on the lainslng last
Saturday for the Coast. Hu will bo
gone about three weeks.
Mrs. W 1-'. Pogue, who underwent
nu operation last week. Is improving
rapidly and will be out nt the huspttul
Ii, it couple of vvtt-ks.
The Hyndes took fid toim of .ino
lasscA away rroifi Knhllltil tills week,
to Port lladlock This Is the Itrst
shipment or Wallnku molasses.
The Kaliulul tenuis club Is making
iirrmigements Tor a tournament In the
near future. William Walsh and Har
den are the tournament committee.
The Nnhlku Ituhhtr Co collected 81"
I eunds of washed robber during tlio
month of January. This Is a nio.t ex
cellent show lug for Hie Infant Indus
try. Work on the foundation of the build
ing for the new electric company w-uh
slat ltd l-'riday morning, and tho work
of putting up the pules la fairly under
Word has been received Hint Mrs.
I' I'. llahl win's rather Is lunch Im
proved lu health, mid that bis loudl
Hon is nut so serious as at first
I)r Cany and Mrs. Carey came over
to Witllukii from laihalna Thursday
morning The doctor has just arrived'
from Hawaii, vvht-ie he has been for
set tral weeks.
The work on the Kaliulul breakwater
Is tlnished. All that now remains to
be iloiie Is n little trimming up. There
have bi-t-ii "5,000 tons of rock put Into
tha new breakwater.
The son of J N S Williams, who Is
I' freshman nt Vale, finished his llrst
cur with high honors, lie also rep
resented Yule at the ligereollcglato
swimming meet In New York,
IMItor Rlieba of the Hawaii Slllnpo
emnu over to Maul on the Claudlne
Saturday morning. This Is the llrst
time Mr Shcb. i has been on Maul He
Is thinking or starting n Japanese pa
J I-'. Ilnckrebl and II Kocko or tho
fir in ot llackfeld , Co have been on
Maul for a vvtek Mr. llackfeld has
Just it turned from (lermaiiy llo Is
enthusiastic over the Improvements In
the Pioneer Mill Company since lie
was last litre Maul News.
The Senconnet mills of I'ull Klver
have passed the regular dividend for
the II f I Ii coiisicullve ipiarler The last
dividend wits 1 nr cent
Tho (leuuriil University Catalogue
ol Yale just Issued, showed a total un
iversity registration or ,'1,'J'J, a de
crease from last ear of r:t.
they will have the cantonment and the
tents, too, lu good condition at tin)
end of two years If they don't, they'll
liuve no i-antiinment mid no tents
illher, mid will have spent halt what
u cantonment would cost."
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