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'. JQuLULU Lxll-B u SATURDAY, !K OV. iC. 19112.
r r r.. - !'. jr '-. - . .- i :-t . "-',v;-'::'.-T ;.a a The bureau 'of entomology or the -been on the Island of Oahu, opbn ; department of agriculture. Washing-'; which the city of Honolulu la lo ' ' ton, has issued a circular on the Medl- , cated, for at least two years and :. . terranraa fruit fly. by A. L. , Quain- ' r probably longer. It Is bow firmly '' ;y. tnnce.-in charge of deciduous fruit In- . established In practically all : sec sect investigation. It contains a good Y'tions of this island and it basal- deal about the Introduction . of the o been taken on the adjacent Is- .ttl In Hawaii and the efforts to con-.; .land of Kauai, known as the Gar-. trcl it hre, and In' a statement -of den Island. I did nctUnd It on the J irorabatins the pest eptaka approvfeg-; Island of Maul, but, owing to the 1J of the clean cultum adopted here.; i; limited time assigned to ray irives-a. . which xttkl with'' some- local criticism.'! f titration, to cover the entire tterS" . Sti'-bls introduction the author says: J ' ?ritory was impost Ible; moreover,; a a The',' recent establishment in Ha- . he ; realisation came to-tne that ; wall of the Mediterranean fruit fly :: our real problem .was the -Island .': and the ejuarontine restrictions again? i of 'Oahu. - ' -.;'a .;; ' it .Hawaiian fruit Imposed ? by ftbeai ; "The fly has "spread fromithe State of 'Call fern ia have aroused eon-f lower cultivated areas and Is pow;: ; fIJerable Interest in nhi3. very-rdes- "" infesting the wild guavas on ; the tractive ir.rcct,. and there 'have been;; tides 'of the mountain, in the gul- '. frriuent'riqoeEt; for information cbn- f Ichcs,- on the plains, and la thetul- ' corning it. To tier. txth!i demand for - .tivated portions -of ; the valleys. In: . information the present paper ; has addition to the xvild guavas,-which : -v in'l pre pared ".and largely compiled'' are almost continually in fruit,: from . thef writings "of entomologists j many other wild fruits' that are -- In countries where the Insect exists,; hosts , grow in abundance; also. rnrticularly the writings of Froggatt . , jarge patches of the prickly-pear '; Fr .ich, and Fuller Ixv, Australia, and y: cictu3 - are to be found " all over . ; Ix .nstury and Mally n Cape Colony, the roountaina. In other countries K...;th Africa. . v. " . -' j this , fruit carries the flies over . "There czn be no question that the;;.-winter, . and ' will ". undoubtedly M( Jlterrr -n fruit fly is a mc'st ser4 prove:a host fruit in. the . absence , k i drawLack.-'to 'the. 'successful cul- 'of other osts. ; 4 ; ; ; - ' v tiu ticn of fruit in the countries y "Th'e worst Infested portion of 1 v : re it is established. Indeed,, the' the Island of Oahu is the resident c i :', t; i 3 1. t' i ivation of frult& is scarcely pos-j j in the wcrst infested regions., frult-rrowir Industry of , Der- !a wa3 practically destroyed manyj " ukeiy to become infested. This is -rs ago by the introduction of the. the tection visited by all tourists ct 'Into that island. Its introduc-. topping at Honolulu, and it' is i into the United States In all pro-'. fr0rn this district that they pro- :iity wculd be calamitous to the,' cure the' tropical fruit which finds ard interests cf our more outh- j3 uay to ihe port of Can Fran- Ft.atf3 and of California, in which clsco. " . 'on it .wculd- find conditions ven'J "The very dangerous character of 'ar to tl-ose i:i ' co::r.tr;,3 wlcrc the pest ltd' Ccn;,rc. 3 ' to . make :an jv.- exists In n:sat destructive nur;I2erscnCy appropriation for an in- . ' ivesti-atlon cf the insect la the United Tlis species belongs to . a group ctates its territories and possessions, 1: t t: r i 1 rccts tv. far..Iy TrjTGtUae cr crjcr i,.;:c:, cr niesior wa;ca very -.::; ::iul means cf control t::n' f;ur.d. Despite a larce. : t cf r-; r : : : ; r.tstisn in th? con- c: V 'z A S3 ct. - c .r:.i (i. a::aj, i;ttie nss tccn ce- 13 cf valu? in Icrscr-ir.T, e.r-rt th? rcl'.cction cr.dj t: : r t - I : everj' U.2 cl: i:: very t:: A t V v. Cs::: r- c..- t ' tie- 1 . i j 1 r- J . e' t t e' i: ... s 1 r. try 7!. : .v." : i C - : tl.3 i (: f.. i:. . --. .'i '. . :.. t;.:.. ; c i ri . , . la t..o t . v,:: : in t: exec; tien ... " , cf .i.f. . - - .J e.. .r c .ti...t 1 cf Crav.-, Carucs, Earhcrn, -Giffard and : -:..'-.;. 3 cr rro, ...z We inland, all cf whom have conduct :n I.'.tads, with the ,cd entsinclssical Investigations in Ha r. e-::i:s, L:.: r. 3 . . i!, although the late Mr. Craw's ti ? edill-3 rorti: es co-.trihutions to - fruit fir literature t "t t (. ' . :.. . rrcv.ih have always were I efer? he left California to,,be U.3 iurf.ce cf the sell ccrs.e Territorial entomologist for the fi.itt-d at the perts cf. beard :cf caricuitare.-. ;-.,. ';;J.a.;-;;a .villi the proviso that tny . v -o aa' '; 1 a . si; : : of tia t ted fru:ts cr vegetables lot r i. ...d t3 to Infested by the flv- sl. il lo i:.-.mcdiatc!y Included la the riU4.:....tir.3 I t. From this the drcul-' cr rrce: e Is to ear. " . j 'I-ria.T t!-. 3 summer cf IJll Idr. E. K.'C:rn:3 visited Hawaii and r-rr.t. Ecr.a- t.a.3 la. a t..orcuaa Invest! rat Ian of frait fly ror.diticas and gave a cre- .--a ; i llmir.ary report of his investigation ' ... .-' in the monthly, bulletin cf the idtate CommiK&icn cf Horticulture- of Calif ' - crnia 'for December, 1911, pages 5-13. . . . Th ri:l-.e t.mrn r f th'o ryrr lit.. A - 4. V. W4. 44. V 4 V4440 (. j'Ul W 4 tX HJ 1 iX f .reared in the Proceedings of the For a tieth Fruit : Growers' Convention of the State of California pages 71-78. y ; In December, 1911. Commissioner A. ; ' J. Cook dispatched to the Islands as ':, ' C-J' ; i ' a pert Inspector to assist in prevent T - Ing embarkation of Infested fmw Mr " ' H. A. Weiniand, working in aconjunc- a a . t' tloTuith Mr. Fhrhnrn pT, ' ;a ;L of entomology, and Mr. W. M. Ciffard, ; ... 4.- " ..LL.llUCilL .- .. airecior 01 me iruit ny controL The . ' plan of work adopted by the Hawaiian I authorities has been in the inain that . - or eraaicaiion. xue enrncuities of the ' country and the' large list, of -fruits : ' ; a Ia ' upon which the insect may subsist. a V This' situation: is well;poihted but by a . Cames in his report, in the .Proceed- " . i ngs cf the Fortieth ' Fruit Growers' ; l a..'; Convention of, the States 'of Califor ' :::;.:. nia,apage 4,v as . follows : a Z ' ; ' . ; - "From the best authentic : Infor - Mr , M44 4.44 - V44 mation available, it appears, that ; AV-'.:'a;V' via "-' ' a" ' :iY ' "..-a- r-'r ;';a ;'" .' .'"aV'-irt va'":'..';.-" ;" 'i V; a; .''.'' : 'i--v vv','"a:.vV!Savi' . , .- v "' . ..a-' a. . '.. . -a, .- 'aa:; -. , vy .-v- a-a.a : ; ,r , -; - A-i tYaavr Yaa-;Ywx--'a.Yr-i ' - a ."yj'-'-.' Viaaa.-5-a-w-:--.',ar:.-a -;-vi.y--..i'T.;i7:-crv;: section of the city of Honolulu, "and it Is from this plague 'spot -..that California would- be -most V - .j v-rk will te prorrrtly Uken u? y the Zureau ef Cntomclcsy. Further information fs given from ni:vi:ual reports as follows: ' . . "Yritlr.- cf the fruit fly in Hawaii, Mr. n i' c rz:. z.3 a Tesuit cf a to u: .13 u::I:r th? aus ornia Ctate Ccmmls- '3 r-es cf tha C: icn c; i::.:;ulf :re, stite3: 5 -"On Cahu .the fcllowias fruits rcj ve-stat!c3 have been attack' I cJ: Ail- f--e!: cf citru3 fruit. I ca: l ... s,. i. . wO, Tw. 3 i., . ? star apple, r.ansa:3, white lcr.:on guavaa, wild r-avss. alii: "tor pears truis:J and fallsn), straw Lcrry r""vas, r:-ya, sapcta, Csri . ; . :uina C : -th African) r . 1. ' n n 3 r ccrs T , . r " ' ":n ti : .3 list .. t!.a . ? A ' ' " ce: usas, cherries,' per dll! ::, r..aupi fruit, ; r.eetariaea, lo taae! docks, nan - - k s 1 , J . J. w ll. 1 ,'.,.,.; .... C'.-- j -ction svcv.li vd for 1-ture devtUp- neeat. "To- this list for Ila -ii r idedUhe additieaal f.' ii: c::.'iy found to to ini.-ud, c . : ...'.. riot, r : i t (Ciiru; ' e.'l'b :..e:3 re a3 siate.l :i:an Tor- 1:1:), I.:.::: ). ..... a J k -m" ' G; t ' - 1 .- ' - "I v-c -id further rerort that ccf- f; 3 !.r:::e. varieties cf cranio, ' : 1 1;.'... ui . i3 a;; ear to be ar.cr.T t!:-? .v.-crst-iafcatcd fmlts j fr eaarai...d.' - ; TLo stove records maicate. 1-3 cr'.r.ivcic 3 clarastcr cf the pest and L..vo r.o t,".e.lt tLe.t when ence intro-' c : : . i'J a Lcaiity.whsre prep or t e :e.d;t.Lo3 exia it will bo i' to r. ;tedn itself . "without dirii- Il.e circa! -r tells cf efforts bclr. r." 1? in c-ntrie3 to find r.a- t . 1 tactic 3 cf the fruit fly. but Its te. in:thii reject is not the most be- .ful' for s.eccss, .:-.;-:,'':.-'- tiliiora; "of the subject oc 3 six 'Tares at the end' Of vthe . i c 1 4 in -which appear the names r " T - - . r -y ' v. 1 I tm. L m. w 44 (Ccnliaatd Iron Tzz D - tr. - i nttirf -fnTrtrnta mfn nf that rtis. trict are located." v. V -.a-i -" ; "The United .States Geological Sur vey has down a on its portfolio that there is no doubt that this old chan nel went through the Ralston Divide, althoush eld . miners were skeptical about whether the blue gravel - chan nel did. Now we have driven very nearlr a mile of tunnel into the moun tain, about 1000 feet from the sum mit, and last April 'we found the blue gravel. Since then we' havevbeen run ning drifts and have already found 155 feet depth of this gravel, but have not yet bottomed the, channel.' These blue gravel chanels have always been veTy, Very rich and we are hoping and expecting to find Just as rich depos- its Us were found 'lower down, in fact, the deposits should be richer on the upper levels as being hearer the source of gold. This divide is situated between the American river and Long canyon. the-beds of which ate about 2500 feet, below the summit. -Wyt ' Rich Deposits Found.1 '' --r: ':,f xi ; "This company . also, - aK the'1 upper end of its property; at a place known as the Goggins; took out some 113,000 last year by hydraulic -mining.-'It was washed; from therfivel bed' at the vt' iM.i.-;.-!!....'-'':?:;!,:-- sion 2?indr:l 1 - ,f :--r V - , -"v; .' i'.v ... - t ? " . i. . - . . r ,i - . -i . : -- -. " - v.-aaac, a-vr..-r- ;rrrt-nv4;j?. ;: .' . ..' .- .A:.' '.-:; - -...'.A. VA:"' ' v ' .'" v.,' ' ' V - ' ' 4- .' -''.. . .' .;."-v v-..; r..-. ... . --'j' i'., ' -i . -: . r- - , v--"- -" t--'1 w " - -"- - rV ' - . - 1 f u' "";- ':'-'J''-i' ""jt'J ''T"'4 ;'.-V:'-' Arr' s J,W:.y:';.v '- . this sonal JJ.!;'Xlc zzt . CIiicI;;n in Jelly GoocD Brcacto; T7 : - sf S V" HOHCl CiiCllCIl a'as--Vi ' Fate do Pcio C :v'-'r- ri. I i ;a;' ; -:-.?urco of ;' ;.;J Frcncli . '7' W w ''J mm miles from where the. tunnel 13 locat-ie'd.-' We have a ditch thal supplies the monitors for the hydraulic work eight and a half miles 'long, which carries COCO miner's inehes or equal t6-75,-0C0,CCO gallons dally. - This water can be Increased tenfold by putting In "a dam.'for which we have a site a hun dred feet high at the meuth of what Js ' known as;- the ' French Meadows. If these gravel banks continue to be profitable we expect some day to In crease th. skater . andtf work , other gravel ibeds. -ra 'rr-:-. .." ; :.f erty 'now three years and 'baa jBpent 1280,000 odd dollars on IUy There fiTe five layers of gravel in that divide all containing gold.'":'.v-''.' 'a -e C Fortune for. Mine, i V -a'a -., e y h:, 01d Italston ; laid' the 1 foundation of his f 01 tune in. this gravel! . He sold out for 5375,000 to a French company, which ran a great , many, tunnels on the place to find the5 blue gravel chan- sel but never, got into the fight one. Finally;, the" '- company "got . Into finan cial; straits ahd gave .up.-".-.;--;'. "Thea we i:ot bold ot It and we are Ibe first people that, have ever, struck the blue 'gravel there,, proving, that the ; United ; States i Geological Surrey was ri gbt. V ' We hope that' in ; the end it wi!l piove to-be as rich In gold as Jt was in other' places. . . If we do not get gold In this 'blue gravel; it will be the first time in the history of-California that the deposits have not .been found -in the bine gravel channels, which - have always been- te richest gravels ' In .. tbei state.; -i'; tiigtaittl 'Scheme.-'fM '.-Paul rsenberg and" I, witb otKers, stt interested 1n .-"a piece bf land on ;i: - :';!:x: -'!;;" :"'-; !v i; a; a ;-'. ar' :;z : a. :. : y'vj'if? i,-V:W';"' yl-if V";' V . '.-1,: - -. V AY..? - "V. - ' 3 and - Joints i" ' . v.- a - rr.3 in Jdril LJL. - .r.'AL j iw5S '--A r.v:.r-.." a ;'.'.:;'; V.: .3 1U L f I i . ft. . . . -.' t -a .... J .4. - A '.I : . r j .1 ..I ;f - 4.' i-.t . 10 0 acres, ;and Jcnown as thel.Tuhhs &; Seattle-people bad-ibeeauturned. away Tuttle Ranch: .It is bing subdivided 1; was glad ;to; hear . thatIt tickled and sold ,ln lots of .twenty acres ! up ' me to death.'.' ; ' , ; . . ' . '. ; and is being taken right along.; Siein I j an .lnvitatioa froni the Pan & ; Kendrlck. the 'selling agents, say I ama.paciflc Boosters of California to theytwill abave no trouble ; In dlspo3-i mg 01 tne tract in a snort ume. - uur'frfn tn rritf-.h rrilirmhta. hut to mv j Jand is : hext ta- tb Fair; Ranch v and naa .iweniyinree nuies m. r. ver, ironu A great 'majority of the people, com-l ing into California area seeking land, j ana a great many. large noiamgs are beinff subdivided .the same way; ;' "The general 'conditions. In Califor nia are good. Business Is good. ; The people are' looklng forwarft to a great influx, "iof "victors nnd? settleri In the PAnama-Pacific Flr - tear; Political SeKtimnw!Y i Mr. McCaodless was convinced that Wilson" , would carry California frenn wha.t ' be beird ;up cbuhtry-Republl-cans sayirrg they w'eVe going t to ; vole for the Democratic candidate to. beat the Bull Moose.' Of "Wilson elec- lien he said : VT doit't' think We. are f going ;. to-bare, any radical ; changes. The Democratic; party will do some thing with the tariff but the 'general 'oplnlon'" In. California. was thaf'nolbJng would" be ; done .which would disturb hs!n.ui i '-: ThA stAck a ?4TrhAnsr aii I business.' -The stock ' Exchanges iaii over, the country. Including New- York. &how that there Is no uneasiness over the result, "I tnink" the. country as a whole. Is. perfectly satisfied. J-- '.1 Johnson did ;nol c4rry.:hl own. "pre cinct, nor Ills own county rEven his owii - father voted against bimv k Prbmotioru-' ; :.--:.V .'.''' 'i 7Just. before coming borne I went lo Ttcoma to - brtng down . tny wife. T biet people there .who bad heard Wal- teT -5 a!f?wi!; v at'O, ai ' ; ' i.,. O a. '.a 'aA1'" ,v;;;."a;:ra;;.a: ? .'av : a -v . a.1.."a.': .a: . a-.,- y -.a-r'a i . ''I i 'V-:1 aV1:':. : ''-'-'.;;.y-',A'-:- ;,'" v '-;:;. t: - ii illlll; eltlTer ".V ' - r'. f .-;. a , , . , . . . j , v-Va v. ." ? , . ; -'' - a - ' - -a ' f 'Ji'-i ' - A.va ' ?- ' p..:.'--.... - mm- ..... ' A : ' i - f ; v .; --' . - ... 4. -, ( . . . . ' ' 4 ' " " i x ' I ... . ; .... . 1 i V. A . '. ,-a'a" -,'; : - . "i .'a. -a. '-: , . - ;ra-'aa:..aa . 'v' fy.,-' . ; .. .; . .. ... . . - :a a.' v a .-. - - -;.a ' c . .' -".A --v .l . I W W -.4 . ' 4- J ' ' . ; , a- i -.' ', - ' ' . .. . . r i .- v- - - c ' 1 - ) . . . . . . -. -a";"a--1 "" ' ; a accompany them on their flying legion J gICat disappointment I was unable to ga I should .1 have Iikgd to be With them a a. representative of HawaiL r.ke Pafiama-Faclfle people are looking fcrward"to seeing ..-Hawaii mate a good exhibit, and they are very friend ly to Hawaii in "general." - ',. r ' a a a :rram iiotMrSwing away froia I wfill. r r bav-fr not sold any - sugar stock." ""i. 1 ' ; a?;a 4 .. . .. . MAGAZINE WITHQUT WORDS IS LAST MID-PACIFIC . t a-a-a. a;- - - - " . v ... A- - iPf rW fieen.theeyIid-Pacific magazine ior wecemoexi u a. a wou-, der. in ;its? way, lireaka away from all the pld,a rather grayed h oot Ideas t magazine making "At lirst glance.it strikes the. eye,rtjsed to tbold cover ewgn: Jf p secona n ,uiprw design, and at, th e aecond it captures graphical .pert ectiisn. , This; xiumber of r Nov i2-Maxr Lewin, San Francis-' the aild ;PacIflCoontaihs nothing but Co;' J.; Galland. Spokane; K.- M Gal pictures, Surprisins: that, and rather land, . Spokane; a w, E. Buck, San shocking to,; one. accustomed to the Francisco; C. E.: Tayman and wife, reams and reams of Christmas stories aSchofield Barracks; N. F. JfcClure printed in the usuuU style of the main-! and wife, Schofleid Barracks; Mr3. land magazine, ; bnt the : pictures are j Watkins, Schofleid Barracks ; CapL J, all i good, and lightly looked; at they c. Bells, Schofleid Barracks;. P. Phil telFa fascinating Istory Of . the ; lands - HPs.;Mauna Kea; j T- Cobb and wife, bordering upon th ? Pacific. Tbe Edi- Shanghai; . II. D. B. Moore.' Sharg tor. Alexander Hutme Ford is to 'bejhai; CVB. Olson, Kahokur T. E. Bra ConCTatuIatedairnoirbia rpaltr tinlnnlHr - trnnv. w -r tu' - cvUf;i4 Offering be has gireit m for this year's I 1- Nov .9. Dr.- 'EoaaU'y, ' V.'aialua; T. F. Baldwin and wi4ar Ila J; C. ::. Wri2htr HIlo; John Hind, Kchala; I llacfarlane, ICcui; B. V. -Ilaw. Chicago; Sam Parser, Jr., Hawaii; Cha3. S.' Curran, Calirrnia; D. H. ileta-er, Hilo;r Irs, E.JI; ' Yathiao, Uilehua; ?,Irs. V. R. Gibson, Leila hua ; . Jlrs. -A . S. Burton, Can Francisco.- ' .". :':' ; ' -"' ;-a " -; . f' .iov. iu, ti,- f. aye, ivejw44a; D. Lanz, Lihue; ?.Irs. G Erur-a, I viral r - Wa " II Tvnns. Local r Cha3, Blake, Koloa; E. B. Brid-awater, LJ- nue ; 1 Aiex. a . orsyxn, u wa ; j . r . Foster, Paia; J.- Id. Foster, raia; Mrs.5 C Cw Campbell, Puuneae; IIr3. C L. Dowdle, Palar 'Df- O, Jh Stover aild ife, Denver. ; Koy. n-IL' Carls. Lihue; T. J. AConroy, San Francisco ; S.a HcXearn. n Francisc0. Pt C JoneSf jcai; m -M -Robhisftn tT.:. N r t. Pat- tersdn ; U S. N.; A. M. Kashiwa, New ayork; W. J . Seymore, San Francisco; j0hn t. A.heon. Pnrti.mi ; : Bai racks; Mr! Stertevant and wITe.U. v ':i-;:.': i.! "l ' -T-'il'v."''""-;. c - -.. a - . .'-a , - - v CM. II. Chaa:i...:.;::. " ; J "Z ,' " field Earracl. ; : Lccal; V,'. : :. L. t hc . a, . Draihar;-, U ; . Ix 5 A- , ' K "... a C. Geo. T. Ir- U. ... Hilo; V.m. '..'at.- a IvOV. 1.-.J 44. ( r . . it . i4 - . . . i Turner, Cl.i ,z; " '. C. W: r.i::. Li a.; I field Barrachi; I -. i no, Nev.; , Co. Francisco; F. : V.z", racl:3; A. B. Loch. Robinson, U.-S. ....; : a A.; . v;n, H. :: : Barrack3rF. MaCc t. Nov. 14. Th as ;:. Laie; If. C. Bollivtr, I inger Schofleid Larr. gall and wife, Can Tx Dunn, Fcrt ('3 Rf -7. - Y 1 .a, . . . . as ; C.' ' Ororn's 1: : . I.J . 1 ; - 'r..:.. !