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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . MONDAY. OCT. 24, 1910.
MONDAYS )J ru- ..
DTjUE-BDAYJ V -wr"
"rniDAV: ( -.
'6aturdayi' . "
All visiting member ol tat
trAmr nrH rnrrilnllv tnvltrf to
I attunil mAtlnira nf local lodf
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
jLT 9W m eacn munni
C WMM at K. F.Hall
JF mLlf 7:30 P. M.
' MARINE ENBINtERS' SAuo!
KlEFICMLASSWATIOI. cintioni "tor.
HAHMONY IQDGE, No. 3, 1..0. 0. F.
I , Meeta eTOry Jlondny evening at
ttS30ln I. O. O. P. Hall, Fort Street.
! E. K. HENDRY. Secretary.
P" II. B. McCOY, Noble Orand.
All Tlsttlng brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Frl
Bay evening at 7:30 in K. of P. Hall,
corner Tort and Ueretanla. Visiting
ibrolbers cordially invited to attend.
, WJI. JONES, O. O.
r ' O. F. HEINE. K. R. B.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE, No. 1, 1. 0. B. M.
, Meets every first and third Thurs
days of each nonth at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brother cor
lUally iuvlted fo attend.
f , A. L. EAKIN, Sachem.
E. V. TODp, C. of R.
HONOLULU AERIE, 140, F. 0. E
Meets on ihe 2nd and 4th WED-
NKSDAY eveylngs of each montn ai
,7:30 o'clock in K. of P. Hall, corner
JPeratanla and Tort streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to at
,. W. R. niLEY, W. P.
" Wit. C. McCOY, Sec.
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
iTnnnii Ii.lcn No. 016. D. P. O.
Klks, meets In their ball, on King
fitreet, near Fort, every tnw '
lng. .Visiting Brothers are cordially
Invited to attend.
JAS. D. DOUQHEIITY, -B. R.
) GEO. T. ICLPEQEL, Sec.
WM. McKINLEY LODGE, NO. 8,
A. 01 r.
u... n and 4th Saturday
",""" '...... .- ., - r,
venlng at 7:30 ociock in jv. 01 .
Hall. cor. Fort and Ueretanla. Visit
Jng brothers cordially Invited to at-
II. A. TAYLOR. C.-O.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. It. S.
Upholstered). Remodeled and
The Right Way
J. H0PPS CO.,
Complete Office Fixtures
,for,toinedwte delivery, Addreti P,
60: to tr
0. Box 207, Honolulu. .
The annual meeting of tile Ha
waiian .Mi'illcal Association w
held un Saturday ami Moudnj next.
nlnnlm? wllh .1 hnnmipt nti Moiulni
evening at the fnlverslt Club.
Tliu i-MIro program for tho meet
ings lins not been made as yet, but
the afternoons of butli days will be
devoted to the presentation of pa
nerg upon subjects of epocla Inter
est jo the medical profession In Ha
waii. Election of officers li expected to
iuko pinte on nnuiruu) fieiiiut;, uuu
the banquet on Moiula) will close
Doctors Moore, Wood and Wnyson
compose the .omtniuee in cnarge o .
IMS session or iiie nwocmiion, ami
although nil the papers to be Pie -
senlcd have not et icached the com
mittee, there Is promls! of many
and Interesting ones to bo read.
Among thorp who will present pa.
pers before the association are Dr.
Ramus, on ".Modern quainntlne";
Dr Currle, on "State Control of
l.enrosy"; Dr. W.tyson, On "Territo
rial Control of Leprosy", Dr. Rod
ger. on (.'mural worn in rcng
land"; Dr .Voltage, on "LoeJl Ere
Troubles." nnd Dr Goodhue, on
"Clinical Observations at Konn.
That the Queen's Hosrltal linn' hten
fairly crowded lately is keen when the
fact Is announced that the number of
patients at the Institution during the
flrBt pait of tho pi trout month, was
greater than at any time since 18S3
Last week tho record of 101 pitlcnts
was reached, nnd extra nures had to
bo engaged to take care of the slcrf;
the operations woiu much aluivp. the
average nomber, and hltogethor (ho
hospital staff had their hands, jull. ,ji
"Yes," remarked Siipcrlntennqnt Kc
,kart this morning, "the nuiiiWr jif, pa
tients during the lastifew months ,han
been larger than slno the jcarUKSS.
Wo bavo beds tor 0110 hundred ami 'for
ty patients and, at one tline,lVtthad
ono hundred and ono patl'bnlrf. ' Wo
could at a pinch accommodate ono
huudred ond fifty persons, but that
would be n hard' contract. Tliu opor-
atlons hoio bien heavy ulurt lately,
nnd tho staff has been very busy."
Alterations are planned at the hos
pital and although no additions will
be made, the wards nnd stinie of the
private rooms will bo changed around
Tho result will be that bettor ar
rangements In connection with p-
tlcnls will bo In foico, and evcryj
thing will be handler.
MAY POSTPONE DATE
OF BREAKING GROUND
Oround-breaklnc exercises for the
now Y. M C A. lulldlng at Alnkco
and Hotel streets are set for tomor
row, but Secretary Paul Supor said
this morning that owing to unforeseen
dclnva tho dato may havo to bo Chang
n,i neatii. Tho association and the
contractors, tho Pacific lCuRlneerlng
pnmiinnr. today signed thu rontruct
for a $132,000 building. It li to bo
finished early next fall.
W. E. Coulter, tho marine artist,!
who returned to San rninelhco on
the S. 8. Illlonlnn on Siturdiiy even
ing, was given a surprlho nt tho
Iilshop Museum a tnw das ngo.
There Is si painting of Mnunn I.0.1
which he did In 1882, ac ordtug to
the dato upon it, hanging In tho art
gallery, and when his attention was
called to It he was much p'oased,
having forgotten all about tho picture.
BIG VALUES IN
The following special offeHncs ranke UU 'act Plftlner ftn'1
ati oni;cr than nny words
10c yard 5o yard
15c yard 10c yard
20c vard 10.12V.iC vardi
25c yard 15o yard
303 yard 15-20o yardi
35p yard 20o yard
40o yard 30o yard.
45c yard 30o yard.
GOo yard 35 40c yard'
C5c yard 40o yard
75o yard 50c yard
00c yaid G5c yard
Fort Street, opposite Catholic Church
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autns.Ut per hour. Lewis Stables.
llelhel St. Hark Stiind, l'lione ll.Vi.
Try a case of I'lnectnr. It Is pure.
It goes without saving that every-
,H pithing la nest ui The Encore, i
rur ui&iiueu waier, mro. s nooi
Ilecr and all other popular drinks.
Rlng up Phone. 2171. Consolidated
Second annual ropOrt of J, I. Ma
delros guardian of Lopez minors was
Med In cojirf tod(iy.. Ilia rojiort cov
ers the past ) ear's receipts ninl ott
pendllurcs on ncrolmt of tho several
children . I
(leorge P Merrick. guvrdldn otj
Charles W. Carte Dc-erlhg, has stibmli-,
led Ills roport to tho court covering
the past twelve muutliH. Tho rcort
shows an Income of $18,038.71 and
expsiidltures of $17,800.22, leaving "n
UJIflIIC0 u ,mnd of 202 4,,
n,,owhlg nro lha B(,vcn,ePn ,0ne,
some Democrats of Lalo: l'cle Oplo.
president; Kaulka Malo, vice prcsl
dent; Uahloiia, (K)llce); I'ono Nil),
Kepa Knliawnl, Kema Kuhawal, Otna
ka, Hlulan, .Mamauo, Wim Oplo, Ka
niakahl. Klin Manuel, Koola, Knleo-
Illds for the construction of four
eleetlon booths weie opened In the
oince bf Secretary Mott-Smltli at noon
today- tho successful bidder 'being
Hur'rv Klenlnie who nlll do tho word
I'tf h'lnlnys ill a cost of ik2S. There
rrtf to other bidders on thu work,
'AlbWt'ffnsk ht $112d and C. II Alton
'htSTST, Unf thu latter could no' paint
the booths'" nilillilnil to building
KAfm' In lea's thah fourteen days, and
Ihnij would 'hd loo lato for tho com
There was no action tak"n In the
bill for uc ouiitlug brought against
A. V, Clear, by John K. Sumner, In
the 'Circuit Court this morning, the
matter having been settled out of
rourt, and an action for dlscoutln
tfaneo will bo filled.
Although no authoritative lufor
matlou can be obtained on the Itfuer
workings of the erne, It under
stood that dear lias made restitution
of several thousands of do lais which
he loaned out of Sumner's money
When the rejiort of near vas filed
in court it was found that he had
loaned several sums of money with
but little If any security, nnd that
he had no authority to loan sUcii
moriey, cording to the rejiort filed.
The payment today of. tho two
notes In question and the tnklns
ovor of tljem by Oeitr personally fin.
Ishe.t the nse as far as tho cointa
Actual work on the cx'cnslon of
Bishop street from Merchant to Queen,
nlong tho lines decided upon when
"Rudolph Sprcckclt was In Honolulu
began this morning with the survey
ing of tho proposed extension by Bald
win & Alexander, local engineers. Tho
linos for the proposed street will be
Hniorny & Webb, nichltects, are now
druMIng plans for now buildings, ne-ccssltau-d
iy tho change In IhtfSo on
the pioperty lrh will become Jhe
street. The new garage plana are well
Inter-Island and 0. 11. & L. Shipping
books for sale ut the Hullo tin
Qfllce. C0c each.
Thirty to 42 inches wide.
$1.25 yard ,$ W yard
- l 1 t J 4 1
Our New Phone Number Will Be
City Transfer Co. (Jas. JI. Love)
FIRE EATING ITS
BUT TWO DEEP-SEA ARRIVALS FROM THE COAST EX
PECTED THIS WEEK INTER-ISLAND STEAMERS AR
RIVE WITH ASSORTED PRODUCTS-EXPLORER STILL
IN PORT. '
1:111 prcseii 0 01 lire in uncle,
Sam's naval toal pile situated oppo-
situ the Alaku.i wharf was made
manifest late Saturday afternoon.
nnd commencing early this morning
active steps were taken by the nu-
thorllles to locate the center of the
The coal comei from tho Now
Hlvcr district on the Atlantic to.ist
of the United Stntes. Theio are ap
proximately twelu thoiiHand tuns of
this llillammnble fuel ktoied at tho
United Stated naval coal station.
This morning a force of woikmen
was delving Into the mauka 12wn cor
ner of the pile, and it was expected
that by afternoon the exact position
of thu tiro will ho detei mined nnd
the horning coal will have been re
moved. Spontaneous combustion within
coal of n kind like that which comes
from New Itlver district Is not con
sidered an uncommon or urrence.
To successfully fight It, however,
sometimes requires long nnd patient
effort upon the part nf tho Navy
A number of wngdntcads of smok
ing coal were taken from tho pile
nnd transferred to the adjoining
yard this morning. No .water has
thus far been turned upon tho
spiwilderlhgiptle, though this may be
done lav't $ ihoiifd'the firo be
fourid'toMinve, gained sufficient head
way to Warrant more heroic nnd
Tourists Arei Headed This Way.
It Is predicted Hint there will bo a
far greater number of tourists to nr
rive hero from Central and Soii'hern
California this fall and winter than
on any previous season since tho or
ganization of the piesent energetic
campaign under the auspices of tho
Promotion Committee. Tho Oceanic
Btonmshlp Sierra Is said to ho bring
ing down a good sized list of passen
gers n large porccntngo being thon'
who come to these islands far health
nnd recreation, following U10 nrrlval
of tho Slcrrn from San Francisco on
Friday morning wilt b tho departure
of tho Inter-Island steamer Manna
Kea for Illlo. lly this connection,
passengers aro tcrmltted to completo
n speedy round trip to the Volcano
nt tho same tlmo allowing them suffi
cient tlmo for a visit at Honolulu and
Its plcturcsquo environs.
Quiet Week Promlted.
Thcro Is a light week In prospect
along the watei front. The arrlwnl of
1110 American-Hawaiian iromiiier Me
xican with c'argo from New'YOrk uml
trausijpped at Tchu.mtepcc Is nb'iut
tho only vessel thai la thus far sched
uled1 to rail' Ut, thu p'lit. There la
n por.s'thllliy that n lumbor laden
schooner may nrrlvo within the not
six cl&y.s but save these vessels the
local shipping will doubtless present 11
ntlier ilustiit-toil aiiponruneo. Accord
ing In riicilntniis of shipping men
the puwpifiil Ins Homilies vvjtli tho
turhlno dreitijcr In tow bound from
Astoiln to 1'eail Harbor Is oxpoclod
to kliow up most any day, Tho tint
npd dreilger left Astoria, Oregon, thlr
rn ily ngo,
Opium la On tho Other Post.
"That opium iM.im tliu other boat."
was Hie ljuiihlnu coiuuinnt lundo bv
ah officer connected with tho Pacific
Mall Steamship Korea whtn nsled
"i 1 '
concerning Jhe result of a close .and
caieful search of tho Korea durln?"us Hues of general freight
iij, 1 VSH ai iou pon, tliu ipieni lor
ipluiu ionlui,(,l hy fl-enuad of local
miBtorno meH Is decpini( to tw
(nought In light no dins of nny wilt.
However, tho unfruitful returns fiom
a t-rarrli nf n trans-Paclflo liner la
nothing out oMli itiVnrv In llfillt
lulu customs circles sa Hid lnvnstlua
tlon is being carried on In conpectlnn
Willi nil vessels visiting this port from
the Olif"' or "ln consl-
Few Pattenger, Mny Pr.
Short on imsfieiigurs Inn long "it
pineapples the Mat ion Nuvlgctlon
steamer Illlonlnn nulled away fiom
the wharf at six o'clock em miimlay
evening with ilfstlmitlun as San 1'iim-, slderahle nnnty weiithei whllo cimir
elsco, Some half dozon t avtlors lug across, and while en mute Bight
placed thomselvcs under the euro of cd a bark. The Mexican brings 147
Captain Piedeilckson nnd lil'J Bdilal sneks of late mall and Is moored" at
staff of oflWeiB nnd It la oipeclod lliat tlio rnllwny wUurd
ofJ' PAOE ElflHT.
NAVAL COAL PILE
llm voiago to tho coast port will ho
rompleteil within seven days The
Hllouhin eariled a cargo Including
35.000 caos of pineapples, II do tons
sugar. 2300 bunches bananas, unJ a
quantity of rlco nnd sundries,
Creenwell Ranch Cattle Arrive.
Thcio was n Bhlpmcnt of (Irrcnwell
ranch cattle to the number of 7p head
Included In thu consignment bf live
stock Hut arrived nt tho no'rt' ililu
niotiilng iiy the Inter-Island Btenmer
Helepu. The vo.spol also brought II
sacks coffee mid n quantity, of sun
dries; Thu vessel called ut Napoopoo
ntiii por's. The homeward trip was
leiKirted n pleasant ono.
Mlkahala Crouoht Assorted Sundries.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Mlkahala
from Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports
was nn nrrlval on Sunday morning
wllh 11 few passengers and a cargo
Including 147 pigs, 50 cheep. 18 sacks
potatoes, C'j sacks corn, 17 crdten
chlckons, 147 packages sundries.
Smooth weather was encountered on
'ho homeward trip.
Rice from Kauai.
Itlro paddy to tho amount of 4!S
sacks and GO sneks rice was .Included
In tho cargo brought (lo the port this
morning by tho steamer Nllhau from
Kauai. Other Mhos of freight consist
ed or 3 sacks coffee, 8 sacks liwa an 1
n quantity ofvsundrles. Purser Hoy
den reisirts a flno trip nrfiiss the
Login On Her Way,
According to advices received hero
the United Stntes army transport Ut
gan from Mnnlln and hound for San
FtmicIsco Is reported to haw soiled
from Nagasaki, Jnpau on last Friday?
The Logan should nrrlvo nt Honolulu
on or nbout November 3rd.
Klnau In from Kauai.
Tho freight list of the Inter-Island
steamer Klnau from Kauai ports In
cluded I In following Hems: (250 sack
sugar, COO sacks rlco, 54 bales bides,
210 packagos sundries, Tho Klnau
arrived at tho port on Sunday morn
ing. Rlthet Not Ready for Sea.
Ton thousand cases of oil brought
down from the coact In tho bark It. P
Itlthet will havo to he discharged be
fore that vessel Is leady for sea. Tho
present Intention Is for Ihe Itlthet to
return to tho Puciflc toast In ballast.
Twenty one Days for ths Dumffrltt.
A paseago of twenty ono days b3
tween Honolulu and IlrllKli Col'umlilun
pnrtH Is iccotded for tho TMtlsh ship
Dumffilasshlre tlutt Imi juit r"jclud
Victoria, II. C.
Bark Albert at Kaanapatl.
Tho old reliable blrk Albert from
Port Gamble with n shipment of lum
bor Is reported by tho nlllcers of the
steamer Mlkahala nti having nrrlved
Nllhau .'or Kauai.
TlPo In'oV Island stean-er Nllhau
has been placed on thf hoi III to sail
for Knual poits at fho o'clock mis
Qveitlug taking general caigo only,
Llkellke Off to Honokna.
Today's depaitures Included Hint of
the Inter-Island ,ain sosmer LU-ellko
or Honokaa, Tho vossH curled varl
IN FOREION PORTS
Alondny, tlotolier it. ,
VIOTOIUA Arrived Oct, 22: Ship
Duiufiltisshtre, honco Oct. 1.
YOKOHAMA Arrived Oct. 22-S. 8.
Chlyu 'Miiru, lieiiCH Oct 12,
POItTLAND Arrived Oct 2,r.r Ship
Wm T Lowls, from Kuhulul, Oct, 4,
HILO 8allcd Oct 23: 3. S. Hntcr-
prlse, for Mnhukonu.
MAHUKONA Arrived Oct 23: H,. 9.
Jlnterprlse (raw HilO.
W.UH " i , 111 1 1 1
The A, .11, freighter Mexican ar
rived In this noon fin-.n Puget Sound
port", Tllfl YCWe! oxperlenred con-
Sunday, Oct. 23.
Knn.il oorts Klnau. stmr. n. hi
Maul, Molokal and Lanal ports Ml
kahala, stmr., a, 111,
, Monday, Oct. 24.
Kauat ports Nllhau, stmr., a, m.
Hawaii ports Helcno,, stmr., a. m.
Hawaii and Maul ports ' Maul,
Rtmr., n. m.
Monday. Oct. 24. v '
Honokna and way ports Llkcllko,
Per stmr. Klnau. from Kauai and
way ports, Oct 23. Prince Kiihlo;
llev S. U Deshn, Major Wlnslow, C.
P llerrlck. W. Challnm, C. K. Nojley,
Mrs. T. K. ltunker. Doctor Judd, Mrs.
Judd, Mrs. Uurnettc, J. W. Harvey(
II. W Whlthey, II. Wagoner, W.J Bl
sho, P. C. .Mnrtlnr J. W. Ilorgstropi',
P. C Ilrller, M, II. Mnrslly. Mrs. Morf
siiy, c r. wqstiey, w. 11. aow, unock
Sun, Ah Popk .and eighteen dock.'
Per stmr. Mlknhala, from Molokal
nnd Maul ports, Oof. 23. Mm. n. Ihl-
III, M. P. Prosser, J. W. Holland, Ho-
sakl, .Mrs, Knnda, Miss Kanda, r.
Cockclt. O. Murphy. J. II. Mackenilc
C, A. ltonll. Mrs, Ueall. J, D'. McVeigh.
Sirs. Cloodhiio, Mrs. lledmon, Hover
ond keklpl, D. MCCorrlstnn, C, It
Merrlnm and twenty-seven deck,
I PA38ENQERS BOOKED I
Per stmr. Maunn Kea, for Illlo nnd
way ports, Oct.' 2fi.-Vohg Lai, C. II.
Akana, A, If, Rlejcger, Mrs. II. Mis;.
J. II. Kennery, T. II. Drown, Mrs, U.
Thompson, L. Klngslcy, Mrs. A. Tro
ves, J. W. Holland, C, A. Snkc, Mrs.
J. (J. Pratt, John Detor, Julian Moll
sarrat. Per Btmr. Mauna .Ioa, for Kona
nnd Knu porls, Oct. 28. Mrs. Syl
vester, W. I. Frost, Miss Heard.
Per stmr. Cliiiidlne, for Haw-all and
Mnnl ports, Oct. 2S. II. W. M. Mlft,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauai ports,
Nov. 1. Mrs. II. D. Wlshard, O. P.
Wilcox;. II. W. like, Mrs. Wee, O, II.
Hofgaard, Hov. U Kroll, Mrs. W. P.
Hall, J. P. Cooke, Miss N. Robblns,
Mrs. Sutman, W. Schilling, J. II. Hole.
MILLIONS GO IT
(Awioclntrd l'rr Cntile.l
WASIIINGTbN, D. C, Oct. 2L
Heports made here to the buieau of
forestry show that tho great forest
fires In Idaho and Montana have de
stroyed six billion feot of lumber.
rousing n property loss of fifteen mil.
lion do la in. The lotui of life was.
even morn appalling, and reports of
further dentliB are still coming In,
A week end to be -spent at the
shrluo of Pele on Hawaii Is likely to
uttruct a number of those tourists
now- en route to Honolulu by tho
Oceanic Steumshlp Company liner SI
The old relluhlo "ferry boat" is duo
to rcuch this port early Friday morn
lug. Tho Jnter-Island steamer Mauna
Kea upon departure tomorrow morn
ing will shorten Up her stay on the
Island of Hawaii sufficiently to per
mit the return of the vessel by Friday
Tho new nrrnngement between the
Oceanic nnd the Inter-Island com
IHinles calls for tho dispatch of the
Mauna Kea for Illlo direct on each
Friday ufternoon following the arriv
al of tho Sierra ut this port.
It Is expected the M,uuna Kea will
reach lilto before 8 o'clock, on Satur
day mofnlng and In tlmo for passen
gers to connect wllh tho morning
train to alenwood and the Volcano.
In returning, Volcano visitors will
bo ullowed to remain ut Hawaii's nat
ural wonder until ufter the lunch
hour on Sunday nnd arriving nt Illlo
will take pusuage on the Muuna Keu
for Honolulu, leuvlng there on, Hun
day afternoon nnd arriving at Hono
lulu wrly on Monday morning.
YOUN.Q PEOPLE DANCE
Sixty or sevejily young people, con
sisting of tho young ladleB of the Ka
liilnnl Homo and their friends were
delightful -.entertained at the homo
Saturday evening. Dancing to muslo
furnished by un excellent Hawaiian
orchestia was the evening's entortaln
nent, Tho foiethought of Miss Jxiulsa
Hosmer, the homo matron In allowing
and nnangliig for the dunco, was tho
subject of comment, which showed
that her caro was much appreciated.
- The dry-farming Congroa now In
session ut Spokane, Wash., has ro
fused to change Its name, but the word
"luinruutlonal" will be put on Its letterheads.
PHILADELPHIA, Pn Oct. 21.
For the first time luyeurk an Amer
ican league team has wou.the world's
championship. The, Philadelphia Ath.
I'etlcs are victors, over , the, Chicago
Cubs. ' J ,, ,
The Athletics won tle,, fifth game
of the scries, played here yesterday,
beating the, Cubs by a, score of 9 to
2. The game was. even u,p to the
eighth, when tho Cuba broke under
the strain and the, Philadelphia team
shoved five runs over. T,h,e Philadel
phia bunch fjeldcd magnificently nnd
batted bard. Chlcngo batted well,
but the hits were scattered.
The attendance at nil of. the games
was heavy, and tho players will split
$?9,0?l. Score: -,
n. II. K.
Chicago . ., 2 in 1
Philadelphia 9 9 it
"In the future, with the.-cooperation
of tho members, I will try to
make the Cheinjits.'AsAoclatluii n
live factor In this community."
With this brief expression, P. E.
Greenfield took his chair' as presi
dent of the Hawaiian. Sugar Chem
ists' Association for the ' ensuing
year. He wns unanimously elected
to tho chair, with S. S. Peckaa sp,c
rttary. treasurer, at the.'aii'nual meet
lug In progress today, ,
Promptly at 9:30 o'ejock this
morning, the memborft of the chem
ists' association met In the room of
the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asm.
elation In the Judd building, and
discussed nmttors which come direct
ly under the'lr profession, (J
Many Plantation Bepretented.
With the exception of the 1(01131
members, thpf bhrailijts, from practi
cally all the Island plantations, to
gether with tho chemists on this Is
land,, attended tho annual meeting
or the nsso latlou. this morning and
listened fo the reading of reports and
other papers from W. P. Kelly, chem
ist of the Hawaiian Agricultural Ex
periment Station, and H. 8. Norrln.
assistant chemist, II. S. P. A. Exper
A. Kraft, chemist of the Walalua
sugar plantation, lead an Interest
ing paper on the. construe tlon by
himself of n rack which simplifies
the operation hf preparing samples,
ln order to explain It to tho DUi'er
chcmlitB pretent, Kraft brought
with him photographs showing the
front of tho rack, n stand for the
filtering Jars nnd a board for the
funnels. Thete photographs were
carefully scutlliizcd by those present
nt the meeting.
Another matter of Importance
which will be d6cldeOJ this after
noon Is whether or not the associa
tion will take action looking toward
the employment of chemists on every
plantation in the Islands, to further
the Ecleutluc, growth of .sugar and
ItB piocesses before It Is sent to
Important Matters Up.
The other matter of Importance
which will occupy the attention of
the members Is the dUcusslou re.
gardlng the placing of the sugar
mills under tho oho'nlcal control of
the association. This has been one
of the Important things under con
sideration for some time.
In order to carry on the worlt of
the a 810 latlon successfully, an as
sessment of 2 will be taxed each
and every member of tho associa
tion. Secretary Peck announced that ho
would probably not he able to col
lect the dues of the members, ns he
had contemplated taking a trip to
tho States., Ills announcement did
not worry the' members, however.
Derore the members return to their
homes they will be the guests ot
honor nt a dinner to beglven thlw
evening at the Seaside Hblet.
Those who havo been clectfd as
officers for the ensuing year aro F.
H. Oreenfteld, president; n. S. Nor
rls, vice-president; se;retary-treiH-nrer.
S. 8. Peck. J. W. Donald, O.
C. James, H. E. Borage and II. John
eon were elected members tot the ex
ecutive committee, c, C. James anil
It. S, Norrls, tespectlvcly, acted as
temporary chairman "'sod, Secretary.
The meeting wl bo kc'pt up this
afternoon until a late, hour.
Present nt Ihe meeting this morn
ing were C. C. James, It. 8. Norrls,
N. Deerr, V. K. Clreenfleld, W. Ebo.
ling. K. O. Westby. P. n. Wertb
mueller. Wm, Hennlng, It. A. Lyon.
II. Johnson. A. E, Jordan, v. It.
Harding, J. Schulmolster, A. Kraft,
A, Hartley, H. 13, Savage, .1, II. Pratt,
A. M. Schmidt, O, P. Ronton Jr., Na
pier, J, W. Donald, ncverldgo, 8. S.
Peck, W. p. Kelley.
YeelIj lUIUWn 11 per jwtr.