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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 24, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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The claims made for
CRISCO may seem
unbelievable to women
who have never tried it,
but they are now known
in domestic science
schools and in hotel
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
(Dow ton &
YOKOHAMA SPECIE DANK DUILDINQ
Wholesale Importers of Crepe Goods, Silk Crepet, Cotton Crepei, Crepe Shirts,
and Crepe Goods of Every Description
CALL AND SEE OUR 8AMPLES
New Dry Goods Store in Sachs' Block
w'5-I OPENING OFFER
Flaxon, stripe and crossbar -
BAKER & HOKE, Proprietors
Remember the location! Beretanla, near Fort Street.
M i.irfitnl of the Hoard
ami Forestry tills morn.
Iirth imuithlj report on
Ink inude I
being wugid against the
.ledlterfjliii Irult II)
pent, lie re-
ported as Aillou
During jthc pi t iminth the work or
luspectloik mid tUMnutlon of Infested
frtitH linn continue"! mi the tineH pre
vloiibly exjilalneil 'Hie mango season
Is now fijlrlv advanced, ami thu III'
rpectlon iiSul yathenug or fullen fruits
uru KlvlllK 'i'olh householders uud In-
spectorH llll'ili work TfilH iiImo ap
plies to kamiilil mid other largo trees
hearing flesh) setds, which are badly
t iittuckinl In the rroit llv.
Li''. "General Conditions.
' Excepting In ureas devoted to vege
table gardens, central conditions, a a
whole, ur more satisfactory thiui
might lime been expected ut this veil
mil or the year At the beginning of
the campaign inspection work Included
the ureuH In vegetables, which were
generally uttiickid hy melon lly, and
iih a r exult in.lliy of thu Oriental' were
pi e ailed upon to Kather and destroy
Ihelr Infested vegetables Since tlio
mango season ha come In, however,
the Inspectors are obliged to deoto
nil of their time to Mediterranean fruit
lly work, tind the vegetable gardens
are again -In had shape In no far an
melon lly In concerned It In a dim
i lilt matter to nuke the Asiatic mi-
if' demand why lie Hhoulil not "plough
-.-in" IiIh Infested vegetables Instead of
i burning them thoroughly.
.1 am pleased to report that to far
!'' tlie mnngohaH not shown iih bad In
fentatlon of the Mediterranean fruit
' tly n a It did last season. Many of Ilia
frilltH nro djmiiged by fungim, and lis
u result of fermentation are attacked
' by 'species of hiiiuII vinegar Illes. These
'j latter attuck fruit only In a rotting or
'" Whilst the majority of householder.""
show n markeil willingness td, cooper
ate. In the work of "clean culture,"
there1 are very many who appear Irrl-
Inted ut the continual calls of Inspec
. tors. The latter householders nppar-
ently do not appreciate the fact that
f If they kept their premise free of
v ripe or Infesed fruits there would bo
i little occasion for continued Inspec
I tlon, As a whole, however, most of
the residents are pleased to have their
attention called to uny Insanitary hor-
tlculturol conditions on their premises,
' Insular Conditions.
The organisation of special commit
tees to superintend the campaign In
the districts of Haw-all and Maul Js
now complete. Commissions have been
Issued to the members of committees
as .special agents of the board, whilst
the Inspectors named by the commit-
jj, , " iimvp irv-civeu nieir omciai ap
ntea limiA HtrtAl..-l 4 1- I.. ..
Upstairs, room no. 3
20c a yard
EQUALLY AS LOW
The ullotment hy the Conservation
1'und Committee of (3500 to Hawaii
and 11000 to Maul to assist In their
cumimlgn to either control or prevent
the Introduction of the Mediterranean
fruit lly In their several districts, lias
been pro-rnteit. In a manner apparent
ly satisfactory to nil concerned. Let
ters of appreciation for the llliancl.nl
assistance grunted have been received
from a number of the committees. Tlio
cost of Inspection over and above the
amount nlluted will bo paid out or
runds locally contributed In each dis
trict. I nm sorry to say that the fruit ma
terial recelCVd from Kona, about which
I previously reported, has bred out the
Mediterranean fruit lly. That district
and Kohala ore the only two on Ha
waii where, so far as is at present
known, Infestation exists It Is to lie.
hoped that the system of Inspection at
points on the belt roads lending out
or Kohala and Kona will be etllclent
and thereby perhaps postpone for nil
Indefinite period the Introduction of the
lly Into the other districts. As the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. lias
given Instructions to the olllcers on
all Its steamers not to carry Hawai
ian fruits from Infested districts, It
Is hoped that this cooperation, togeth
er with tlio vigilance of the Inspectors
nt way ports, will greatly nsslst In
keeping tlio pest away from districts
so far not known to be Infested.
I nm pleased to report that 1'rof.
Sllvestrl. tlio well-known expert nt
present employed by the Italian gov
ernment In Its economic nnd other en
tomological work In Southern Itnly.
lias at last obtained leave of absence
from his principals nnd will nt nn
early date start upon the expedition
to tropical West Africa In search of
a parasite for the Mediterranean fruit
lly nnd cotton boll worm. Prof Bll
vestrl's services have been engaged
for u period of twelve months.
Land Commissioner Joshua I). Tuck'
cr rnturncd from Hana. Maul, thU
morning sorrv and sore from the ef
fects of riding over the country on a
oumpv muio. nut otherwise very picas'
ed with the trip.
!?i object In eolnis was to find out
conditions In connection with the nro.
posod homcsteadlng of land In that
district. There are three sections to
be disposed or am! none of the land
is very good, the best being on the
hilltops, where pockots of good soil
aro tn he found.
Tho Hawallnns want tills whllo tlio
I'ortiigucse element want tho land at
tho other end of tho district. In be
twecn there are a number of Bmall fish
pools and theso may In all probability
bo leased to tho Hawallnns.
Thero Is a historic cocoanut grove
at liana, the trees having been plant,
ed by various distinguished visitors
and local people. Socrotary Garfield
planted one and tho Governor throo
while Secretary Mott-Smlth also In
duced one to grow.
Rats and Mice
Are Dangerous and Should
Rati and mice destroy more property
In a year than all the fires; they carry
disease germs Into the honsci; they are)
a serious menace In city and country.
Everybody should 'join In fighting
these dangerous pests and exterminate
them with Stearns' Electric Rat and
Roach Paste, the standard destroyer of
rats, mice, cockroaches, wattrbugs and
other vermin. Ready (or use; always
reliable; money back II It falls.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Be
sure to get the genuine; 25c and $1.00.
Stearns' Electric Paste Co., Chicago, III.
Tonight New Bill
Al. I! iiailett
Offering a Comedy Drama of Great
A Powerful Story A Play With
LAST THREE NIOHTS
Vaudeville Society Dancers
In New Repertoire
John P. Rogers
PICTURES OF INTEREST
Cccile, Eldred & Carr
SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 1912
At 7)30 P. M.
ENTERTAINMENT, DANCE AND
Members of the Order only admitted
without invitation. Every member of
the Order Is entitled to one additional
Invitation, which can be obtained at
the office of the Union Pacific Trans
fer Company, King Street.
5203 Apr. i, II. 22. 23, 24, 25, 26, 27
Tho Century Magazine Is Boon to
publish an article on Hawaii by John
Burroughs, tho fnmous naturalist, who
visited here same time ago. The mag
azine has Bent to A. II. Ford for a
batch of Hawaiian photographs to Il
lustrate, tlio text.
Furnished cottugc, private bath, with
Mrxt-cluss board. 1345 Emma. St.
Only mailing lists In Honolulu. Mer
cantile 1'rlntliiK Cu. G220-31
Completely furnished six-room house.
1'rnctlcully new. Two bedrooms and
bath. Near three car lines. Quick
cash sale; owner leaving country.
1301 Matlock Ave. 5220-3t
Isew Home sewing machine; drop j
head; first-class condition. (30. Ap
ply 837 Young Ct. C220-3t
HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY,
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liiirnr i or rnnrr I. i iwi iiiimhm lifll
NI.KFa.U r K .h i 111- HT
.11 lUllUIllfli 1 U1IUU I HI B
IN PEST FIGHT
Additional Agcnts and Inspect
ors on Maui and Hawaii
Many additional Inspectors wero ap-
ixilnlcd hy tho Hoard of Agriculture
nnd Forestry this iniirnliiK, on rernni'
mcndntlon of President W. M. Olffard,
to nld In tho cnmpnlcn ncaliiBt tho
Mediterranean fruit fly nest.
In addition, special commissions
were given Dr. V. Sllvestrl, who Is go
ing to west Afrlcn In look for pnrnsit
Ic enemies of the llv and the cotton
boll-worm, nnd to O; II. Swcrey, tho
Hugar l'lantvra' entomologist, Mr.
8we?oy Is now on a vacation In Now
Zealand and whllo there volunteers to
iook into ino suujcct ut nisetis inju
rious tu local horticulture and agricul
ture. Tho IIAt of Inspectors on tho Island
named today Is as follows
District of Iltto A. Christian, T. O.
District of Kau Alfred I'altcn,
Charles Stone, 1.. K. Loblau, Henry
District of Kona Special AgenU
Robert Wallace, U Macfarlnno, I,. 3.
Aungst', Thos.k C. While. Inspectors
John llarbottlo, lMdlo lona, Geo. Ape
la, Honry 1-csllo, Henry Knwowchl,
District of N. Kohala Chas. Al.
District of llnmakun Special Agent
Alexander Smith, Inspectors Conrad
W. Ahrons, Urncst 13, Streelur, K. Mad
District of Walluku Special Agents
Wm. A. McKay, II. II. 1'enliallow. In
spectors I,. II. Sylvn, .1. II. Wnlwalole,
V, C. Sylvn, P. Goodness, .loo I'eslano.
District of Lahalna Special Agent
I.. Welnzhclmcr. Inspectors Jamea
Roberts, Pla Kauhane, G. K. l'aahao,
District of Makavvao Special Agent
J. N. S. Wllllnms.
District of liana Special Agent G.
O. Cooper. Inspectors John Wlltox,
J. M. Koko, Julian llookauo.
K. M. Khrhorn, Territorial superin
tendent of entomology, made an Inter
esting report for the month of March
to tho Hoard of Agriculture nnd For
estry this morning. His report says
During this month wo boarded 3r
vessels and found vegetable matter on
20 of them. Careful Inspection of nil
shipments gavo the following results:
Passed as free from pests, r12 lots;
fumigated, 33 lots; burned, 30 lots; to
tal Inspected, fiTC lots. -Rice
30,133 hags of rlco arrived during
tho month of March and, being found
freo from pests, were permitted to en
ter the Territory,
Pests Intercepted. '
In a shipment of plants from Japan
wo found a colony of ants (Formica
species) nnd some pupae, of a Tlpulfd
In the soil and a Lopldopterous larva
on the plants. All Roil was washod off
tho plants after these had been fumi
gated In tho usual manner. A passen
gor brought a bundle of largo double
Powering cheny trees. Wo found
them badly Infested with two scale In
Beets (Dlaspts pontagona and 1'seudno
nldla duplex), also somo brown velvet
Lichen. The trees wero refused en
try and hnvo beou destroyed.
Ono lot of Orchids arrived from Ja
va In a very dry stato, apparently
dead, but wo found a very lively col
ony of ants (I'rcnolcpls species) In tho
package, and fumigated tho shipment.
A small packago of mangoes In the
possession of n passenger on thu
transport Logan from Manila was con
fiscated and destroyed.
Forty-eight packages of fruit and
vegetables worn taken nway from Im
migrants at tho United States Immi
gration Station, which camo from Chi
na and Jnpnn.
There Is hut a narrow margin In tho
prices quoted by rival automobile lm
pprtlng concerns who entered tho list
as bidders for supplying tho City nnd
County I'ollco Department with a motor-driven
Tho von lla'mm-Ynung Company, it
Is believed, will be found lowest In
their figures for such a machine
At a regular meeting of the City
Fathers Inst night tho following ten
ders were received":
Tho Lynch Company, Seagrave car,
$t7.ri0, f. o. b. Honolulu.
Von Hamm-Young Company, Pack
ard, $5300, Pope-Hartford SUOOtf, and
Kissel Knr, Including starter and elec
tric lights, $3565,
Hnwallan Garage, Knox, $4500.
Schmnan Company, While $3650,
Federal $3400. Tleso figures, hovvev
er, did not Include lights or tho solf
starter. With theso added, tho Schuman bid, J
it is sain, will exceed that tendered by
tho von Hamm-Young Company to tho
amount of thirty-five dollars. l
Tho I'ollco Commltteo will decide
upon tho making of the nward, '
H ii 1 1 e 1 1 ii udi best Iluslnrss (letters.
APR. 24, 1912.
lilacltlieads and oily skin may lie
quickly overcome by the frequent
Sulphur Soap ,
Soldbr " H. JT. It. ..J WV.V.r D,.,
aiuStUU. the w hni, St.
Frances Dainty Co.
Novelty Slack Wire and Dicycle
Watch the Girl!
Graham's Trained Troupe Only Act
of Its Kind
Four Russian Dancers
COMING! FOUR NEW ACTS
MATINCE EVERY AFTERNOON
ACTS CHANGED TONIGHT
Funny Yiddish Violinist
In Entire Change of Musical Selection
and new 'Trifle Patter" "Honost,"
He's the Funny Musician
Watch for Announcement of
A L L - S T A R P R O G R A M
(Continued from Page 1)
door I'ullmuu for Buffalo, where they
stoked their vvuy on tho Great Lakes
to Diilulh. There llrown nnd his com
panion engaged themRclvos to (shovel
copper ore on tho docks, whllo Dupont
"shipped" for n Job In tho Idaho mines.
When llrown tired of stevedoring ore
no took passage on a car of soft coal
lor Fargo. There ho got n "good
square" in return for mowing tho lawn
of u prominent citizen, nnd then took
r Jou with n harvesting outfit at l)nv
Us Lake, where he worked for two
months at $2 n day and board.
Joining Dupont In Idaho, ho wcitt
wiin nun to JnrksonH Hole In work
wllh a threshing crew. Tho not
move was to Salt Lake, where thoy
uriiveu on .inn. l early lip tho mom
nig, a miiKinnn. or whom tliev asked
for dliocllon on tho street, Jumped on
his wagon nnd whipped up his horso
Going to Garfield on top of nn ob
scrvatlon, they wero nrreslod as sus
pected murders by tho county sheriff,
who wns on a man bunt nt tho tlmo.
Finally thoy reached Los Angeles last
month, where they saw story In tho
papers lo tho effect that Francis and
Little were engaged In a similar four
or tho world.
Dupont and Francis had been nt
prop. Bchool together, su Dupont look-
en i rnncis up ana they movod along
until they Struck San Francisco. They
had some typical road experiences
there, nnd when tlroy get through with
their venturo In deep sen sallorlng
thoy will have a lot more.
The first blrdmnn's mnp has appear
ed. In Paris.
We have just put in stock a new
1 omuflf mSMk
You Can Afford
Because It is cheaper even than kerosene. It is cleaner, safer
and more sanitary than kerosene, and then
Electricity Is Always Ready
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
The balance of
L. B. Kerr Go's.,
Stock has been removed to the KAPIO
LANI BUILDING, and will be sold re
gardless of cost.
No reasonable offer refused.
Clothing, Hats, Underwear,
Furnishings, Dry Goods,
The one illustrated
is a handsome,
in rich brocade, at
We have other
We would be glad
to have you try
Ask Your Grocer For It