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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 10, 1912.
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BIG BILL TONIGHT
Four Headline Vaudeville Acts. Varied, Program of Music, Dancing, Acrobatic and
(AMEMAMEHA SCHOOLS CLOSE
HP "Mi III -vHaELKaVai i LHCaH
MaTaMMVi BBOn KnliH
t M ? is i 1 ;i TCwHHHi
' ft : r bA. r "Hf HubbbH
I fv t l ''1' 'H
B earns, lt L. C i tflftfSWHHi
Lordy's 1 4 Dogs
EDUCATED AND TRAINED STAGE CANINES. AN INTERESTING EX
HIBITION OF ANIMAL WISDOM,
Curran & Co.
Assisted ly Skilful Woman
Lawrence & Knox
Entertaining Singer nd Dancers
TH08E WONDER ACROBATS WHO TOSS EACH OTHER ABOUT., FROM
STAGE AND SLACK WIRE, WITH EASE. SEE WHAT SKILL AND PRE
CI8ION ARE REQUIRED FOR THEIR NOW FAMOUS HAND-CATCHING
AND BALANCING STUNT.
Ricci's Saxophone Quartet
ITALIAN MUSICIANS, WITH REPERTOIRE OF POPULAR AND CLAS
SICAL MUSIC, ARE BACK FOR A LIMITED ENGAGEMENT.
STAR OF SOUBRETTES? HAS NEW SONGS AND COSTUMES.
SPECIAL SELECTED. PICTURE3
v .- ri
SIX ACTS IN COMBINED PROGRAM
OF BOTH THEATERS
l'ollowlng tlio annual custom which 1
has been observed nt Kamehntmhn.j
(lie glrlB and boys and older gradu
ales of tho Knmehameha Schools
wero guests of 'President Homo at tlig
nnnunl alumni reunion and dinner,
given last Saturday evening In I he
tnamial dining Imll. The nnnunl dith
ering at Katiiclinmelia has nlwnvn been
nu occasion ol Inspiration for tho
teachers and students
Tho hall, adorned with pictures of
the different classes and teams since;
the establishment of the Ilovs- School,;
wns filled by tho teachers, grndunlov
students, ex-students and friends ol
Ihe three sehools. The feast, prepnr-l
ed by tho boys, was up lo dato In ev-i
.t tho conclusion or tno luati lion,
II Faxon Illshop. ouo of the trustees.
of the Kamchamelm Schools, told the
Kamchnmchn students to go out Into,
tho world and'llvo n decent, honest, i
and upright life, to bo a credit lo the'
schools where they received theli
training and education. In order lo
substantiate tho fact that the school
for Iiovh has done well, and In order
to contradict criticism made from lime'
to time, Mr Illshop read the statistic
prepared by President Home shoulin:
what tho Kamohnmcha graduates. 201
In all, aro doing today out In Ihe
world, ns follows' In mechanical po
sitions, GM clerks, bookkeepers, of
lice, fin, deceased, 20; teachers, is,
In agriculture, 1": music, 10: postof
flee. 0. students. 9; rapid trniiBlt. 7,
OF UNUSUAL WORTH
TOMORROW Straight Picture Mat
inee at Empire, starting at 11:30 and
continuing hourly throughout after
noon. Regular prices at all perform'n
I- it ' "
polite positions. T, sheriffs, fi, nrchl
In is (i, customhouse. ". road work.
I, do not know, 4, army and mm. :i,
drivers, :i, law. 2; editors, 2; steve
dores, 2; Hoard of Health, 2, dov In
borers, 2; ticket agents, 2; supoiln
lenient Korlvlng station, 1 ; nmdnrta
l.er. I: teller in bank, 1; minister, I,
lighthouse keepor, 1; store manager,
1; Knlllii rninp, 1,
Cox Hit at Truataci.
Following Sir. Illshop, Oscar P Cox,
ono of the first graduates of the
school, nml Deputy -SlIioVlH of Wnln
lun, was called upon to spak. Ho
said that tho trustcos of tho school
find the estnto should fee to It (lint
tho toarhors were kept on the faculty
Instead of permitting them in com"
hero lo tcai h for a few yens pnd limn
allowed tt rolurn lo the Sinles lli
said that sutli a thing could be only
detrimental to tho sluden's who re
oelve Instruction from such.
"I do not belloo In hnlng Itachers
I'omo hero from Iho Slntea lo 'prm
lire' on Ihe stddenls nt Kamehame.
ha," snld Cox, nmldst applause and
Continuing ho urged upon the trus
tees lo open up certain Innd of the
lllsliop nstnte nt Wnlalun, for the
lienefll of Knmehamelia graduates and
Hludents Ho suid that these lands
were nallable for culllvailon and that
r number of Knmehameha boys would
be willing lo till the soil If given an
opportunity so to do In concluding,
(ox nd l"d the new grndunles to go
"bnek lo the farm" Upon the comple
tion of their education at Kamehame
On behalf of Ihe schools. President,
Homo welcomed the gnosis and ex
pressed his wish that tho graduates
nml old students of Knmehameha
should Visit Iho schools more fro
(incut Is. He emphasized Ihe fari that
Hli few exrepllons Ihe Knnichanic
lias lime done their duly well In tho
communities lu which the) live
Presentation of Pictures.
.IiiKt boforo the clone of Iho pro
gram. Major Knmnlnplll, head or Hie
rlnss of 1!12, presented the class pe.
tures, one to President Home and on
to President llottendorf of the Knme
hnniohn Alumni Association Appro
priate responses were made l tho
'wo leclplentB of Iho pictures
President Homo had the following
gliosis nt his tabic Hon K Faxr.n
Illshop nml Mrs. Illshop, lion V O
Smith, 1) J,. Wltlilngtnn, Rev Win II
Olesnn and Mrs Oleson, Theodore
Ulehnrds, Miss Idn M Pope. Miss Al
ice Knapp, Mnx Mnlson, Miss Mnbel
i:. r.osher, principal Knwnlahao Semi
narv; Mrs II. Thompson, Miss Dins
oner. Miss Aholo. Mrs Powers ltr
Aknlko Aknnn, Dr. Doremus Scudder
nnd Mrs. Scudder.
The advanced pupils In the piano
nmf olce of tho muslcnl ttepnrtment
tif Onliu College will gIo their last
lpiblle recital Tor tho jear this alier
noon Tho well-selected program will
be gien In the Charles R Illshop
Hall, beginning nt 2 30 o'clock Tin
public is urgently Imltcd to attend
also a placo fof tho collection of dirt,
vegetable matter and filth. That nui
sance has now been removed and
naturally It has Improved conditions,
Tho markets aro now- being thor
oughly flushed from the Government
hydrants nt least thrco times a week,
besides tho cleaning and washing
dono by tho Janitors or tho markets
dally, assuring cleanliness so far as
can ho dono under present conditions.
Tho roads along tho markets havo
been rc-bullt with bltullthlc pavement,
which Is nn Improvement over tho mud
hole ronds that used to breed fllos- by
the millions, which naturally find rest
ing-places on tho meat and flsh at tho
different Btnlls. These ronds aro be
ta my opinion, would bo to screen tho Ing flushed nt lcnBt threo times n day,
entire mnrkot," was the comment of- thereby overcoming n great deal of tho
lered by Supervisor Murray. "8uch a dust-and-fly question.
method has been used In several prl- It a a(imttC(1 that thcro aro other
viuu nil-Hi. iui,ini;in auu niu i.iii;,iiu conditions III tho markets that Bhould
works out very satisfactory. ,, rcmc(1cn: nml improved and should
Market Inspector James II. Iloyd uo attomic(t t0 by thoso who havo au
comes back with nn emphatic denial' ,,,.,, , -..i,. Piiinnu ti,o in.
of tho nllcsatlonB nurportcd to hnvo B,ICCorg navo reported these condl
been made by President Pratt, In the long to lq clty anu Coumy Physician
(Continued trom Pige 1)
clnro hns rendered scrvlco satisfactory
In ovcry way to tho Hoard.
Tho Supervisors collectively as well
ns Individually appear to bo of the
opinion that tho so-called "screening
ordlnanco" as It stands is a farce,
"Tho only solution of this problem
Udltor K v o n I n r D u 1 1 o 1 1 n :
with their recommendations.
In legard to J. II, noyd's testimony,
The Advertiser as usual with Its pelty' mt , AllvcrtBcr ,larp8 , ,,a8, ,f
spllo attacks tho nBlimarkct and Us h y mcmory sorves mo right, to this
Inspector J. II, Boyd under tho head- ,.
ing of Health Hoard Plans to Act, ,Tl0 f8limarct8 compared favor
making It appear as If tho grounds for. uMy as (ar a8 t)lolr Banttnry condl
these attacks come from Ors. Wnyson on8i ttcro r0Ccrned with tho mar
aud i rait. ... , ' kcts on the Pacllla Coast and better
Theso gentlemen, I feel assured, (n somo gga
will not mako stntoments without first, Tho 8anta,on condition of tho mar
thoroughly InvcBtlgatng tho matter, ketB ,ia(1 othnK t0 io wlt, tho case
nnd If they found conditions as painted nt g8UC
by tho Advertiser wero true, they. ,,,',,, , , ...
v.ouId soon sco that they aro romc- T'' ''cfendant was charged with ox.
Mod nnd It not there would bo a' l.oBlng and selling meat wltlmut pro
chango In the complexion of tho In-, '"""K ' 10 s8"10 from u,,,Bt- "', anf
specters in charge. ' othcr "''noxious Insects My tcstl.
A portion of Its attack reads as fol-, many In this regard was ' that he, the
lws! defendant, had failed to comply with
..r-i, m...ui.. . ,i n..' the law. Tho defendant was acquitted.
Pratt had hold Bovoral conferences Ho was then again arrested and the
ocr tho matter and In vlow of tho, t,a8 cnmo, "J. 'Vr.M' hc?i hU
in.. ih. n,ininn in i, ni,morVi ' counsel ndmlttcd that my evidence
nro becoming worse decided that tho wou uo ll, Bani? n8,1 ,Ka n V10
kltuatlnn is 'absolutely Intolerable." i Previous case. Tho defendant was
This Ib tho first notice I hnvo ro. I ncd and ho appealed It to tho Circuit
celved of such condition existing In Uo"1rl- rhls caso came up for tr at tho
tho markets under the supervision of car'y Jiarl ' laat mm"- whc,n 't waa
myBclf and my assistant, nnd I beg to "K,0'1 ulio counsel to submit tho
Inko oxcept on nnd defy the reporter. " " !""" ""';
il.nt wrote, iho attack: in nrnvo It. In "" Inspectors' report to Dr. Way
I became Inspector in October last, po" ""? 8aay on "l8 T,' vUl
joar. I found tho threo markets In .' ", Screening Ord nance your
very deplorable condition and havo' nspectors are awaiting tho ac Ion of
been working with tho cooperation of ll' court before being able to take a
Iho City Physician and tho Health, "'J", P mal '" .. ,. ,.
Committee of tho Iloard of Supervisors' ,Tllla "'" also, lc? f "' .""f" n
, ..i.. .i ,.,. .i,o .n.iiiinna,uf promiscuous handling of foodstuff.
and 1-nvo been led to bellevo that 1 ln,h!7 ' 17 m? V
wiu succeeding In my endeavors bylca to stl' - a,ul , k ls. f" "i0110
tho compliments mode to mo on tho whc" our tacta aro turned in making
linprmei conditions of tho markets, r round to tho different markets,
by such authorities as Mr. Thompson1 ' 'ca:0,"10 l,,,W c ,wno Patronize ho
nr n, iilsi.nn M.iso.im. v. h. filanch.. markets to judge between mo and the
nrd of tho'Ponrd of Health, nnd Dr. J. Advertiser ipportcr.
r . WnvHin. nlsn hv Iho nalrnns nf tlin1 1 air play IB a J0W01.
J. II. HOYI).
Flshmarkct, June 10, '12.
(Continued from Page 1)
granting the public holiday nnd thus
iuiHurlns tlm clenn-up committees
enough men, tenms and citizens' co
operation to mnko the day a success,
I'lmlrmnn on Damm and Hccretury
Guild took an nuto and went out to
tho acting governor's country home
with this pronouncement. He prom
ised an answer before 10 o'clock thb
At 9 o'clock tho nctlng governor tel
ephoned to t'halrmnn 12. A. ltcrntlt of
tho enrtnge committee that ho would
grunt tho holiday on ono condition, Unit
condition being that tho county super
visors, wlui hud not heretofore Joined
In tho movement oinclully, would put
their weight and uld behind It.
The city futhcrs had not coma In
before. It Ik stated, becuuse of tho mis
understandings and near-sensations
that followed lust Clenn-Up Day, when
it wus churned that tho county hud
that tho county's pus roll for tho day
111"11 ''I' " ' "iSi
Lininn l Lllll'll tMI'llt IHIVS SCIKIOl,.
Top II.Tn, l.i ( lo Itlaht -l.il.Hiiu-l.il. . nnii. kl. N fun h, (.. Hi-hIH.
! Lilian, K. Hum-. II. ah. Si-Kind How h. luli.lii.hl. II. Ilriiliill. M-rn-lar)t
llnrold lioiUre), pre-l.lcnt: . Uanmloplll, tniiMin-rt II. Ilnrgei-.
Hull. nu lion -J. .NuLi-lrnnis . Spt-iu1 er, ,S. Iluli, )V. A pan.
paid men for work they did not do and
that tho co
However, ull this was forgotten to
day when tho cruclul,";ilnt came and
It was up to tho supervisors to savo
tho duy. Supervisor lurrny was ask
ed to tuko In hand tho mutter of get
ting the bourd'B cooperation, and ho
did so with such effect that tho gov
ernor had tho answer from tho com
mittee some time before noon..
The supervisors will now Join in tho
good work, and on this uccount Acting
Governor Mntt-Smlth dushed off a
proclamation with nil tho skill of u
reudy letter-writer and got it signed
and sealed and othcrwlso ofllclally
O K.'d beforo noon.
"GrcHtl" ald tho Central Improve
ment Club officials when cerj thing
wus settled "Now IctH go to It and
mako this duy ouo where 'Everybody
mi- t,arbngc syslcm Is not prlmunly a
refute system; In other words. Hut
I.eurcl'olilcrM should not throw- Into mo
can ruin refuse as limy be destrovc.l
on tho premlsi-i. citlur by uurnl.v; or
tin.) Ing The failure In this Is inrlty
tie iriison for loiuplaint In the put
Miilnst tho gurlmgo collectors Tl-f
people have thrown o cry thing tin"
hao disiurded Into tho cans and over
burdened the department with woil:
that the housiholdirs thcniseUcs might
Captains to Meet.
Tho district captains in charge of
tho approaching campaign ure to meet
at the goicr nor' h olllco at 4 o'clock
this afternoon to review and iirraiigo
the limit details with Mott-Smlth.
Inspection curds have been prepared,
ono of whk li will be presented to oveiy
householder In the city. With It will
bo it ruril nt Instructions nnd u dutniuv
luspectlon card, lllled In, to be used ns'
u model showing the Kind of unsnvrs
tho houscholilir Is expected to give to
tho iiuestlnns printed on tho'paper
The iiuestlnns concern the plumbing
the yard, tho ground and tho streets,
anil when answered fully will glvo n
thorough description of tho health con
ditions of tho premises. These cards
will be sent out tuduy or Wednesday
and tho houst holders aro expected lu
begin their first work of Inspection
next Suturibiy, June IT On June .0
the householikrs uro expected to make
their clean-up mi that thay may glvo
satisfactory answers to tho qiieri"
propounded by the Inspection curd
1'lnal inspection will be mudo June 21
and tho curds gathered It), turned over
lo tho acting governor for review nnd
later to tho health department, '.vluro
tl ry will be filed for reference,
Clean-Up Day Over Territory.
Tho Clcan-I'p Buy work Is to Ex
tend to all tho Islands of tlm Tcrrlto" ,
nnd nil hnusmolders In lluw'ull an- ex
pected to conform lo tho word aid
spirit of the holiday proclamation. Most
of the pluntatlonH are finishing up ll.?r!
jiiar'h work at tills time und tho clean,
up campaign will reaili therfl at nn op
iiortiinn time, enublliur them to iiiith
the season by putting their employes to I
worn in iiccoruunio wnn inu campaign
Warning will bo Issued to nil hoiive
T. Wayson, nlso by tho patrons of tho
markets, but now conditions aro found
by tho Advertiser reporter to bo "In-
rv! urn lilo" f
Wo have had tho floorings of tho " J"" no"" J0" v""t "ouna,
fruit utnllo ole rnmnvnil wlileli -unrn rilllllL' lllllll'. (IT IllinliS IllllilC. SCIlll IhCIH
nt ono tlmo breodlne-nlaces for ITCas. fo (ho Bulletin loll printing nnd ' tl'tdr shuro of Iho benefit
tuts and other obnoxlouB lusectB, and bludcw nIuuU "1 wunt to emphuslzo the fuct Hut
.... . . . . .
Vlrtuully every business man and m,"urH lo""y ,0 t"" U' "cluru J"""
lurgo cuinmerclul concern In Honolulu '"t"
hns sunctloued the acting governor's ' Jl '
proclamation, as shown by tho slgna- MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION
lures to tlio potltn.n. utKIng Unit this CMDUACI7CC PI-nCIMfi nATC.
step bo taken, which wus presented tpt
tho cxecutlvo lust Krlduy. Tho proc-1
himutlon w-us mudo more hnperutive
und Its necessity tlio moro urKent by
the resolution of the executive com
mittee of tho Clean-Up Day campaign,
declaring that unless the hollduy wi-ru
proclaimed tho campaign would bu
"In Issuing this Territory-wide proc
lamation," suld Mutt-Smith, "I reiilUo
Tho Merchants' Association Is send
Ing out tho following notlco to Us
HOLIDAY CLOSING DATIJS. I
Gcntlomcn: Your attention Is ro
sportfully callod to au agrcemput by
tho mombors of tho 'Merchants' Asso
ciation made July 22nd
on .tho following dates
January 1st, February 22nd, May
thut It muy work a hurdshlp on many , 30th, Juno 11th. July 4th, Labor Hay,
For a change of program,, and as the first bill of the
last week, and the sixth musical show of their engage
Juvenile Bostonians j
will present a rollicking opera with a storyette of
"playing the races" staged as
New Songs, New Costumes, and Laugh-Making
You can hear in any part of Ye Liberty since Sounding
Board was installed.
of the bsulness Interests Individually
but I believe It Is their duty to Jinn
lu the movement, becnuso It will lm.iii
mi-h greut bcnoilts for the Terrllo.
ni a WhoU- and that the) will leallze
Itcgatta Day, Thanksgiving Day and
Your strict udherenco to the nbovo
tigrcfinuiil- Is earnestly rccpiegtud
MKHCHANTS' ASSOCIATION OK
Matinee Tomorrow Same Bill as Tonight, and the
usual prices 01 iuc, suc miu ouc.