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"T -"r-w!' EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H WEDNESDAY, APR. 3, 1912. I, t m & ui i.' Masonic Temple A VceKly Calendar MONDAY: .'iP Hawaiian -Mattel. TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: Uicinlc l'lr( lHgric. THUKSDAY! Itiup Crolv- tiiiutitli lliurv l i) Ji'rvlii. FRIDAVi ATURDAV: ,". All Tltittnj memoirs o! Ut Order tre eordtr-.lly Invited to attend mer-tlngs of local ledfts .Mnt on Hi i' '.'nil mill t tli MlllllliltH (if ('.It'll lll'llltll ,il h. r. Hull ;::;n v. n. M mlicri nf iiilirr Aiii (i.illuiK uir- MARINE ENGINtEHS' ICKEFICIM. AJIAJiUH. ill.ill) Intllul. tni. JliMM.I HUM. I, X). !, K. ti f r. " M Ki.it nd and Ith Satur ft "? i .i... . . .ii.i . ..i T ,ri .i rlock In U i ! Hull, i or Tort ami Hi ni.iiil.i Udting brothers cordial!) fntiud to attend A V CKIil 7.. I' c. v v Kii.nm, k it s ouir i.uiuii: m. i, it. of r. Mrcts evert fl it and third Krl I day at 7 I1) otlixk, l'jtlilau CiS5vllu"' rorner Ht'rotunl.i unci jZr Kort streets Visiting brothers cordially United lo attend. s i)i:cKi:it, c c o iii'.im:, k of n & s. llo.MM.ll.i: i.niMii., iiin, it. r. o. i:. .(. . Honolulu Ixiiln No Olh, HA. TfB I l) Illkjs. mi'ots In VaMpfc tlielr hall, oil King St, tSJVv' near Port, every Krid.i) &rti& evening VlsltliiK Ilroth- Ki?v eis aie cordially Invited nSTaf? to ittend i) i it isr:Mii:nn, e il Off) T M.1 IIOL'L. Stc HAD 1IN Tllllli: X). I, I. (). IE. 11. Meets etei) first and third Tut- I it nl '.u h month In Ft itcinitt Hall, 1 O O T IiiiIIiIiiik VI .thiK brotheri. inidii'lt Invited to attend Hi:U ASCII. Snchem I.OI'IS I'KltltY, C of II iio.mim i.i Mini no, r. o. i:. Meets on second nml fourth fS, V cdnesda) evanlng of each t month at i oclutK, in San iitoiilo Hall, Vineard ktrcvt, near I mni.i isltlng brothers are Invited lu attend .l l()KS. W P I s( , Sec) iio.Mii.i i.r i.otxn: no, sod, i,. o. (I. m, will meet In Odd PedlowH' building, Port street, near King, every Frlda) evening at 7 .In o clock Visiting biotherh coidlally Invited to attend A-MllUOSi: I WIIVTZ, Dictator. i; A J.UUU.SO.N, Secretary A. BLOM, Importer Fort St Millinery MILTON & PARSONS Pantheon Dldg. PHONE 3088 FORT STREET THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN Spring Hats Miss Power, Millinery Parlors, Boston Block K. UYEBA 1027 NUUANU STREET HATS Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hati ZEAVE Just received bv S H SII.KK tliu very latent In LINGERIE GOWNS, nlso a lino nHortmcnt of MORNING DRESSES nml SPRING TAILORED QUITS In all colors 60-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL Ilullelln Waul Ails nlll find It. I WHEN YOU WANT TO MOVE DE MOVED DY MOVERS ti rR tj CITy TRANSFER CO (Jus. H. Love) Shipping (Additional Shipping News on Pnjje 18) MATSON NAVIGATION LINE SECURES ANOTHER STEAMER I he MnlKnn Navigation Companv li ii hi null til another steamoi I-- ihe iiliiiri that i cm lied liero todav from i1 1' ( iinKi According to tin- report ft toiincr rnltcil Stales gunboat lit niiington which llgurod prominent!) mi an explosion al Sim Diego some mhi ago. will at no distant date lie n lili"l to llio Mntson fleet of stcnmcn. I in- nneinteil between tlic Coast anil I lie Hawaiian Inlands, Tho story . .. ... nt the purchase of the llcnnliigton has not been confirmed or ilenl-d nt tlio, loml agenov The Ileiinlmctnn Is u tessel of considerable tontinco. Dr. Ramus Departs for Mainland. Hr Cal Itniniix of the t'nlled States (juaranllne and Mmlne Hojpltal Sen ile, who hns been In elinrge of that departtneiii at Honolulu for sonic )ears pasl, was a clepnriliiK pisstiiRei In the Mntson Nnvlpatlcm steamer llo- nolulan. I)r Itainus Is to take up bis which fas salleil from I'iiroi miuiici new duties as epinrantlne olllcei a ports, has but n small ninomii or mer I oi r Towtiscud. Wash Ills associates chandlm and supplies for the Islands In the quarantine Held were on hnnd and Honolulu In particular, to bid liltn rnrowcll this morning Anorcllui? to u cablegram tecelved The Ilonolulan got n'tav at 1u at the ngenc ol Alexander & Hnld o i lock taking 11 cabin passeiu'ers win. the ll)niles sailed riom Seattle and over soon tons cargo, of which "Hit 1-t" 'oiih Honolulu, 7t"l Ions Ka 7niMonx were sugai while 12m) eases lmliil. ""in tons Pent Allen. 20f Ions c uincd plncniiples 2iiimi bunches lui.llllo. and .n tons Knnnnnnll freight, lianas, and a uuanlll) of sundries The vessel has ccnsldeinble lumber, made up the remnludet or the Coast- including a'n.imii feet for dlscliarge nl tonnd Island ritlglil. 'I lie Ilonolulan Honolulu nml 1 Sn.ftni) feet Tor Knhulul sailed awat amid strains or melod) The ll.vades sliould unlvo nt Honolulu waited bv the Hawaiian Hand. She, on or about April 10th. cniried mall lor the mainland. 1M Draymen's Trouble Believed Over. As a result of an Important ronfei ence held vesterdat nrtcrnnon between the management of the two local drav-'eut lug companies and the Onliit Hallvvat,! the Ameilcan Hawaiian Sleamship ('ump.iti) Merchants Association, Me (alio. Hamilton Itcnii), and a few m I Jf mm Buns Delivered to any part of the city. Also, the finest line of EASTER. NOVELTIES otheis Intt tested, tin- tumble existing between Hie drmintii ove r ihclr Inn lilllt) to remove mi go from tlic i all wav tvliuif la licllt t'il to have bff n satisfactorily settled. It Is understood t lint an agreement has been i cached whereby llio mnii ngoment nf the rnllwm wharf will In slM nn tlir maintenance of otic 20 nml one K fool roadway thioiigh the wharf ... . . . in oreior in iaiiniaie ine romotni oi nieumulnted freight ami Hum nvold the dela) occasioned t links nml dm) s. The Amerlian llntwillnn Is nlsn said lo hate promised cooperation In ev en wnv possible lottaid u speedy re iuov.it of fielght lit attention to lis dlslrihullon on the wharf nfler the shiptnents leave the vessels, Hyades Not Heavilv Laden. Contrarv to general expectntlons the Matson Viivientiou steamer llades, Pa Strike Affects Nitrate Shipments. In the belief of Senator Noimnit II Watklns ol the Hawaiian I't't tillycr Compativ, the coal Htrlke that nt pres- piovalls lliioughout dreat Ilrltalu Cuiope ami the I'nlleil Stntcs will have a material effect ou shipments of fertilizer material to llio Hawaiian Islands. Cross PHONE 20 1 1 TIDES SUN AND MOON B PI r Se &IC5 a i: j i)H it sls I 1 ,, p in t in. u in i' I i. I I30 Ull I II 111 0l II 01 M.) Old 91 I ' U I I 33 10 J &l 0 1. cm ' a in I 7 I.V7 luM I'l'l .4' 01 Dili I I I ; VWII 10 I nt 1 10 01 mil 10 UllVII II Hit J It IMS II 10 I m I (I r II run i m .11 r if '.M era 0.1 "3 l II "ull iiHKHi A.nH 1 at 11 ..l VESSELS TO AND FROMJHE ISLANDS (Sjiccl.il Cable to Merclinntf' Exchange.) Wednesday. April 3 HAN rilANCISfO Arrived April 2 "t p m. S S Wlllielmliin beiiee .Mnith 27. Sailed. April 2 1" P m S 8 I an line, for Honolulu Sailed. April .1, S S Nile, for Ho- nolulti,.nt 1 20 p in OAVIOTA Snilcd Apt II 1, ship M. i: t'hllcott, for llnnolulu ItjriQl'K Sailed. April .1. sehoonei lllnlcctey rer Honolulu IIII.O Arrived Apt 11 1 wlimmer I.nnkaiic, rrnm Poll (Janihle KAHI'Ll'l - Sailed, April 2. schooner llureka fot ('oliimbln rlvcr AEROGRAMS S S. Ti:NYO MAUI Will pioh.ilily arrive from nknhnmn I'ridat V. S. A. T. Slli:itMA.N - Will airivo from Maiiiln about 1'rldav inornliiK. Willi live Ihonsnnd tons sut,nr ship ments of chickens cinplv gnsollne drums ami M paikagcs suinlrles the steamer W C, Hall Is nn an It al tiotfl Kauai ports Ibis morning A sinnll number or passengers were bioughl lo the port In the Hall The vessel met with some mni.li weather, with a uoilhtvest wind ami c liopp) sea The Hall is to bo dlspatilied Tor a letuiu trip lo the (inrden Island on 1'iidu) and not Thursdav evening. i n Tlio strikes. It Is lielleved. will I cause n marked shortago In the avail Initio lounngo for llils class of trade i - . .... .. ..... .. . . . especially tnai tvnic u muse no Hiiippcu throiigh KuiiiiHitn purls and b) Hut aid of sleam can lei s At the present time I hole Is no nitrate shipment ou the way to tlic Islands fiom the con tlnent. Tlio Amcikun ship Minion Clillcotl, with a shipment of fuel oil. Is report ed to liavo sailed from (iavlotn on April 1st clestlnid for Honolulu This vessel and Iter cargo come consigned to the Associated Oil Compati) BRO. BENJAMIN Compound Herbalo I Stomach, Liter, dnaj and Bladder Remedy Blood Purifier W& TRADE MARK I rttnJl?tlln.Dvfersla.SourStom ach, Urkal Arretnt. Heart Hulltilnj, I r:.a ml WlnJ on Stomarh. Dlotlei 1 eel jlnE.I'atnsIn Momacti alter Lat'nc: '(, iuuinutneta. 1 Grlrre. Denrue tever.l .mala r.K. iiiiunni. v.iatra iui .u-.a J Chills anj hever, iilalatia, ureaicrone reier.Tlicjreellnit.Jaundlce.Uackactie, ttt ..... naukl.lni Inlrnt llrlfftit ti Dll lllatnr TrnuMe. Tnufeait. Rlieu I matlitn.ltnrure uiot)a.ijiuiTTn.ott..iiiit m. ...nml.. rarrvnui uiuiiana, oir.i . letinets, wemove tvormti, tuic wm- stlptllon, Anaemic ujniiuon. S Cieat Tonic lor Women. I $1.00 per bottle. 3 lorS2 GO, 0 lor $0 00 HONOLULU DRUG CO. Mlssourlan Bringing Down a Big Carno. A Inrge general cargo Is en rotito to Honolulu In the American Hawaiian freighter Mlssourlan, which Is duo to nirlve nt imrl earl) Monda) morning. ami win noriii at tne railway wnnii. The Mlssoutlnti gathered cargo nt Ka- Hun Ciu7, nml also shipments weio added at San rranclsco and Pugct Sound ports. This vessel will depart from the Islands taking tlio regulation 12,001) tons sugar. Raise Planned to? Inspectors. Word has been tecolvecl nt Sail rrunclsco that a bill has been Intro- ilticed In Congicss to inlse the snlar- Klnlement that the expenses or the Ie3 lu the t'nlled Stales Stenmboat In-(linml ror hlx months In lltflC! vvero onlv specllon Seivlce as rollotvs Super niml two thousand dollnis less than vislns Inspector gcncinl. fiom $1000 lol rr the whole of 1107. and that since! fiiooii, supervising luspietors, fromiignj t,p expeuso lias Junipeil rrnm $1000 lo ?looi), locnl Inspectois. irom 1.21)00. J2210 and $2"itio to $30110, as slstnul luspeelois fiom $1S00 nml un tier lo $2.'t0o. nml clerks, to Jlsoo. Band Serenades Honolulan. Hen llerger and the Hawaiian band bovs plavecl n pleasing serenndn to the liasM iigers In the depirllug llouolii luu The melody from the City and Cumin organization wns the attrac tion which clit'W a goodly crowd of sputntois to I lite kfcld wh.ur The baud was also present nt the clepatt u re ot the .Inpnnesc liner Chivci Muni, tt lilt li snilcd for Japan and China last evening. Ha Lurllnc Now on Way to Honolulu. Taking 20Sii tons cargo foi llcmolii lu and 'iSO tons for discharge u Ine port of Kaliulul, the Mntson N'nvlgn lion sleainer l.uiline hns sailed Irom San I'ranelseo and Is now well down on tho vnv lo the Inlands. Castle A: Cooke slate Hint the l.uiline snlleil from Hie Coast port ono dnv nhend of her regulnr schednlo, Thv Lurlliio should nirive heie nt un call) hunt ou the muuilng of April 10th. No Wireless from the Tenyo. The Inpanese liner Teiio Mniu le ucailng I he Islands from Japan, but no dellnlte wlerless messntre has )et been received concerning the prob.tblo arrital oi tho liner nt tho port of Ho nolulu Tlic Ten)o Is expected to show up oft" port lomoriow afternoon Castle ft Cooke, tho agents, arc still in the durk ns lo the amount of Oil etitnl freight llio vessel has for ills c liaige at Honolulu. Pa Oil Tanker Herrln Due Sunday. An neiogiam has been iccelved at the local In. null of the Associated Oil fiunpauv today to I ho ollec t thai the Ameilcan oll-iunker W I' ileirln was I I'm miles o IT poll Inst nlulit nml should arrive hole not Inter tbnii Sun da) morning The Hell In Is brlngl'ig down fuel oil Horn Cut loin nml Is be llevid lo liuvo neaily ."lO.omt bands of this (oinmodllv. n Sugar on Kauai. Sugar awaiting shipment ou Kauai Includes the following consignments, actoiillng to leporl luought to this cliv in tho steamer Hall' KSM 8S.".o, MAK 4.1712. (lilt Tl.'tll. Mc II ll.nt, VK 21MM. KP lO.or.u, KSCo 70U0, LP 11,200, 111' 1 1.(11)11. Ca Off for the Big Island. 'Inking u geueial caigo lin lulling cu incut, feiillbei, co.il nml luiuhcr, llio Intel lidnnd sleamei Wnllcle was ells ialcheil tot llonokaa mid Kiikulliaelo sliorllv berore noon lodiiy. This vot, scd can led no pnshcngcis. ro Two Steamers for Maul, '1 he Claiiilluu loi Maul and Hawaii polls, Ini lulling 1 1 llo mid llio steumei Kllaueu baek ou tho Kona Kail lull will be despatched on I'lida), lulling huge loiislgnmenls of Height and tlllr lists Ol pUShC'tlgC'th. Wi Senntor Peikins has Inl induced a hill lo prevent cvii'dnus of couhlwleo bhlpplug laws piohlblllng lialisporl.i lion of passengers between American polls lu roielgii vested l The baiktiiilue Auiora. having licon disc hai ged or a uhlpnieir o mil al o, has sailnl liom Ivuhulul en loulo lo I'ugcl Sound ports 'I he vcssul left the Maui pint )eslorday. LOST. I'iiiiii Hi Min is pastille hi I'alolu Val ) a blown c'lilili'inla mult llo (iiiu to St liiiniiin C'urrlagt to itud it 1 1 It i it uuril C20-- It W. C. PEACOCK A CO., LTD. FAMILY TRADE WINE AND LIOUOR MERCHANTS Merchant, Near Fort i I pssi:.(ii:ns aiiiiivi'.I) I Per stinr Clnuillne. fiom llavall nml .Maul ports, April :'. II II Kob , ler M AgelT, M Peiry, Mis. Pcrr). II A Dens. W S llardv, Mrs Akn i nn, J (Irtibe .Mrs. (Irube. Miss W 1 Couch, Mrs. M Hogeiu, Mrs, Allen, Mrs lllbb, S Mldtimoto, Mr Kmieila, I Itev KeklpI Mr Omaha, Mr. Aid. S. Takasavva, K Abe, Mrs S. S Ilorge, S Mn'- i Y Sing. Mrs W II I'leld, Ml s I' Asam. I: A. Peck. Mrs. Peck. A Tries. 7 deck Per slntr W (1 Hall rrnm Knunl ports. April ' M l: llrldgewatei. () ,11 Svierot C II K Ahl, Mis 0 P Lcigati. M T Cnbrnl, M W Keo, lit deck. Q A3 ('apt Ilorger, leadet of the hand told the II til let I n tndav Hint Il licit Kleld's criticism on the sicnil) In crease In expense of running I he band I was not well founded. 1 lie expert made a e omparlsou ol the vears l'Hir, nml 1912 showing that the appropriation for this jenr is some oK per cent, higher than tor I'liiii. CapL llerger snva that In 11)06 the band was aa fro, tho -jvirltorv for six months nml that the low expense vvns duo lo Hint tact I his statement wns brought to Ml field's ntl.'tillon todnt. "All right," said Pleld, "look lit the llguies tor 1907 then." 'Ibeye llgurcs bIiow thai III 1907 the baud's expense wns $10,219 VI, where as llio estimated expense this )cai la $22,920. The expenso ror last oai was 22.1S-,.in. ('apt. llerger shows b tii. unii I,. t"' min " uni.i xtr pini.i "The rncl that the band wns awav government ami I lie exercise or mil rrnm the Terrllor) for six months In ntclpal functions b) tho Tenltoo 1'liiS reallv makes nintteis worhe, else lluslnessineii who have Kindled llio why should II need lo spend neaily ns sltimtlou fiankly admit Hint the sis liuicli Hint cnr as It did next'" ftn will have lo be stialgliloned out , .m, , i b Hie U'glslatuie before Honolulu LOCAL AND GENERAL Alwavrt-lmv nl the stores that give laul nml municipnl goverumeiil un Creeu Htmnps. Tho'ie ns good as InJuslico lu his strictures concerning (;l,l tho expense Involved in tlio innlutc Th'eie will lie no Llastei eggiollluK "'1"-" "r ,l11' Un""-""" "'l",1 '' - l cm the liovcrnoi's lawn this )ear on '"" -lil-li bo dies lor lorn, are low, account e,r the absenco or Mrs Kieai, ""t bo railed to lake noil f llio Itu- and the Covornor's mnnslon being oc- poilant fait thai the niunliipalltv paid cupled bv vlsllois lo the Tenllor) '"i months' expense ror the hand The Pedernl (Ir.in.l Jutv met thK 'lrlng that ear 'I he musicians weic, morning to clem up several eases that "'" "lo inalnlnnd and were main vteie left over until the end of Its sea- ,"""''' 1"' ""ci prise No won slon It meets again tomoiiotv morn- ci fie present band expenso Is in oil Ing when It Is thought that It will '" over ,.o per cent, higher than what finish tlieii examinations " " "j ''ulr l",rl'"1 l'"' "s ,'""', Explosives ror soveial ports along Then again 1 rail lo see wh) the blind Maul wore Included In the cargo plac- bo.vs arc not deserving of nil Incieasn ed aboard tho Inter-Island steamer I" pay after years of constant and N'lllinu beforo that vessel was ills- faithful senile. patched for the Valley Island at noon loclav Tho Nllhau was given a mall but tarried no passengers Hint ir he had mure power bihlnd Iili it lu hIx month he- could offer u Itillui apiece for elntllKlit movtiilto.'s mid the men catching them would not be able to make a lit lug, Is the state- innt made lit l)r cjturge W Met'o) ttittrdnt morning The Coventor yesleidny urternooii "C1H cie u.u no, .uv ,,.,.t,tvU signed an oxecutlvc older setting us '"'"I delel)cui ed aside u pleco or land in I llio for the Supervisor Snmue Dtvlghl I u e new public llbiniy Hint is to be built '" '""' nn opportunlt) to und 1 leld ,. llioi t? repoit and tonsciiuentlv am not In n The block Is bounded by llrldge, position to pass nn opinion upon II or Shlpnmn. Kiihio und Wulluku stieels " stilctures of tho ptesont (It) mid nml was granted on e Iltlon Hint the Countv government I hope that ihu Hilo people would raise sulllclent "M'ort will be genernll) eliculatel m money lo put up tho building -"'"! "" nn "lllt n" ma become la That ex-(loveinor Ccorgt II Cirtti miliar with its contents will Hit c.ir whethtr or not the sanltaiv "As far ns I know, I think that It is ioiiiiullon'h nport will cull fin mi In general a van good repoi I," stated ixtiu session of the LoKlslature Is the Hie Governor Ibis tnoruliiK. "but I slur) tndav nulling the I'oininerelal want lo lead ll through bermo I m iko Club mi nil., is, who will be adiliessnl mi) comments on It. I have ninde s' v at lunehcoii tiuuoirovv by the chiiliiniin oral attempts to do this but have been of the tiimuilssloii Plates will piuh- kept loo busy" nlil) Is at a premium The ex-got - i nn. i'm talk will be the hist ultlil.il In- Ship Sewall In Need of Repairs, llmitlon of what the report conliilus xiio contrail ror lepalra lo llio mid thtre Is inut.li eiiiloxlt) itgard- Ameilcan ship IMwmd Sewall has liU It (lieeii awarded lo tho I'liloii linn Tho McCmthy wing ot the Demo Works, Salt 1'iancUco, and Hie wink Pint It camp wns all smiles today over will bo done without Intel rcrliiK wlih news lecclvcd fiom Hilo that the six tho discharging mid loading of uilgo, nominees lu tlio fifth Precinct tor tho Alter leaving Philadelphia ror lhn I'list District, rrom whom fixe dele- port tho Sowiill cncoimtcied heavy gnies nro to bo elected nt tho prima- weather and put Inlo Now Yoik ills lies next Saturday, aio all liitoralilo mustcd. ncpalrs tteio mado wlihuut lo a fall convention ror tho election' dlschnigliiK A survey made nt llio or u nomlneo ns Delegate to Congicss, Const port oRcr pint or tho cuigo wns This Is tho point Hint brought Mc out showed that 31 deck Iiciuiih had Cart In inlo tho light lu tlio III ht been broken and that a lot or rivets phue, so ho coiueecls tho Hilo delegn woio rattling utound 111 holes Ihc) lion ns solid for himself Tlio five should liuvo lilted snugly. Tho look delegates tioni Wulluku mo also iinui ou deck beams uto being loiiluccd ami ted on b MiCarlhy. tho rivets tightened. tt IMPERIAL y ''IVilfaULwHslHs MW BUILT IN SAN FRANCISCO I 7 Sizes fiom 4 to 500 h p.- 1 to 6 cylinders, The most economical and up-to-date gasolino engine In tho American ma,ket. SOLE AGENT IN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS HENNING A. PETERSON, Office and Machine Shop with John N ei II. 135 Merchant Stroet Office Telephone 3724 Duffy's Pure Malt Whlskoy nit i. unlit It makes life worth living It STRENGTHENS, BUILDS UP and NOURISHES. It l what vou lie oil when the spirits nn droop lug and Hit lf print Ipk I- low An uliiiliilcl pli t c nn dli Inal limit wlill.t s'ohl 1 1 1 i w t rrc mi Ai.no IIOTTI.I'S O.NM Tho Duffy Molt Whiskey Co, Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A. FIELD REPORT Supervisor llnrrv Murrav "Now that Mr I'leld's report Illicit with con strurtlve criticism of the tnnnngeincnt of the iiiunlclpnlll) l)j tlio present Hoard or Supervisors Is out unci made public, whv not institute nnotbei In vestlgnllon or Tenllorlal governmenf "So tar as I lie evperl's criticism or llio Cliv nml Couiily is i out omul I am not ready to discuss II In lull un 111 we liavo had a chance to go ovci II carefully. In some luslniices, llio C'ltv can easily eul down expense", but mil lu n wnv beliellc Inl to the pub lie. 1'or inslnnte, we linn orer our sniillnr) Inspectois to llio Tctrlloiv. Wo pav tor them but have nolhlng t1 his ovvii'oIm' I" S'1- TIiIh svslcm Is the n sub or an emeipeiics. We i oitlil cut oil garbage collection hut not as a mailer or public pollcv. "' itm glad thai Mr Pletd has rei ognled how wehnvebeeiioricnh.ini- iicrec bccnusc or the Hunt s)sicm can be ndtnlnlstercii ns it siiouiu Supervisor II 11 Kiuger -"I'll Ids report certalnlv docs the present "field also hns failed In Inko Inlo consideration the rati thai when lie ofTcrs criticism anent the hospital c liarge lor coiiuiv paitouis. mi nus ot erlool.ed llio point insisted upon ov the Queens Hospital directorate, that our Cll) nml lounty pli)8icinn is not allowed to attend to eases sent theie mv the illy Tho hospital nns nu along I'islsteil on the lelenllon of p.i ...... , ,..... . i ? I" X ltS5 ' "$MiUUL i&n llBSsV.- "j -5,.- vsJWsft"" ' -