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The Pianola brings pleasure to the
entire family throughout the year
It educates the children by making
them appreciative of tVo best music,
It allows ono to enjoy and study
music without studying and acquirin
technioue. To all it opens up the
musical literature of th6 world.
. Tho metroslylo is the latest de
fvelopment of tho Pianola and lias
en it pofectio.i.
When In Honolulu, call aod hear
this wonderful instrument.
Illustrated uuaioguo free if you
Bergstrom Music Co
Dr. J. H. Raymond Honolulu
cJauic over on Tuesday's Kinau.
V. T. Robinson leaves tonight en
route to the Chicago Convention.
Mrs.W. II. Conivvell, Sr. arrived by
Wednesday's Claudiho and is stopping
Delegate KuhUj. and Ex-Queen Ll
liuoknlaul were duo in Honolulu by
V. "R. Hal; who lias been sick for
3 time with the grippo is ngalu
able to bo out.
Rt. Rev. Bishop Libert df Honolulu
was among tne passencer uss on inu
Kinau, bound for Hilo.
Mrs. O. E. Shearer and Mrs. D. B.
Woi'lhington who have spent some
months in Wailuku sailed for the
coast on Wednesday's Alameda.
M. M. O'Shautrhnessv. who has
been at tho big ditch, stopped at
Wailuku on Saturday en route to
Dr. J. J. Savage arrived by Wed
esdav's steamer to make his home
in Wailuku. .He and Dr. J Weddlck
Ave entered into "partprnurship in
the practice of their profession.
Dr. Philip Frear, tho Honolulu den
tist, came over on last Frif ay nignrs
Kinau to attend the laying of the
nnvnhr cfrinn. nnrl vnrrminnd this week
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professional engagements on 1
Sugimoto a prominent and enter
prising Japaneso storekeeper at Paia
was instantly killed about ono'aud one-
half miles this side of Kailua last Sun
ay afternoon between four and five
o'clock, caused by his horse backing
over a forty foot pall
The horse, hitched to a two-wheeled
cart, became frighfened at some Jap-
Hitao m u.u.uo..u.. ,....
began to back. The road at this point
:m by the side of a gulch which was
forty feet deep, with sheer walls. The
horse backed over the precipice and
fell with the cart and driver to the
bottom. SuL'imoto s sUull was in
stantly crushed sind the cart was
broken to splinters, but singularly the
horse was not in the least injured.
A coronor's jury was empan'alled at
Makawao on Monday and found sub
stantially the above facts.
Sugimoto was an enterprising mer-
ahant and stood well among business
men. In addition to his store at Paia,
he ran a branch store on the the ditch
it Kailua, and it was on his return
f rom his branch store that tho sad
A Democratic Convention' for ln
I'crrilor.y of Hawaii is hereby called
to tncot in tho City of Honolulu on the
(!tli aay of Juno 1904, for the purpose
of electing s'x delegates and six alter
nate delegates to tho National Demo
ratio convention to bo held in' the
city of St. Louis in tho state of Mis
souri, JulyO, 1901.
The Convention hereby called shall
consist of delegates elected at prima
l ies to be held between the hours of
and 8 p. m. Saturday May 28, 1904,
in the several precincts of this I'erri
tory. Such primaries shall bo con-
lucted by precinct clubs of tho re
spective precincts, organized under
the authority of the Democratic Ter
ritorial Central Committee. Tho exee
utivo committee of 'each precinct
"ulub shall provide and appoint a suit
able place for holding its primary and
appoint tho necessary officers to con
At such primaries nono but mem
bors of tho precinct club shall be on
titled to vote.
' Each precinct club shall bo'entitlea
to onedolegato to the Territorial Con
ventlon for each ten members; buf
pact i.iiH.uiub.1. wuiuu uieruituii-K-
ulurly organized precinct dub shall
be entit led to at least one delegate.
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iiio ciuo memuersnip nereoy maao
the basis of representation in tho tor
..11...!. 1 .! 1 II I. il
ocrsuip as u exists at the hour ot
opening the primary ,
tni'V n vn iirfrrvl tn m.rTnm?v.- A rim
".rr: J "r"
vibiuuui uibiucb cumiuuieo bus oeen
appomteu lor each o: tho other islands
to wnona inquiries may do awaress.
f . . . K ' -
Vice Chairman Democratic Torri-
EDMUND H, HART,
(Continued from Piigc 2.)
"May 21, 1004," contained a cavity
which had been hollowed out twelve
incheds loug, six inches deop. and six
inches wide. In ttiis cavity was placed
ar. iron tube sealed at both ends, in
which were placed the archives, in
eluding sets of American and Haw
aiian coin and postage stamps, the
Governor's Report for 1903, an old
copy of tho Hawaiian Guzdtte, dated
Nov. .15. 18G(i. the Maui News of
May 21, 1005. a copy of the constitu
Hon of the Improvement Association
with a list of it membership, the last
report of the H. C. &,S. Uo. and oth
er, interesting data which will not see
tho light of day again for ceuturles,
When the corner stone had been pro
nounced by the speaker as "duly and
properly laid," he proceeded with an
interesting address rich in remtnis-
cences of early and modern education
" meisianus, biiuuB iuuu .....
Hawailans were first impressed with
the advantages of education, which
was a3 early as 1820, the grown.people
vied with tho children in acquiring
tho rudiments of an education, in
cluding reading, writing, geography
and the simpler mathematics, first in
the chiefs' schools and then in the
school lor tno common peopiu, uuu
that at one time there were 000 of
theso schools on the .Islands, with
t M .1 T .1 I
52,000 pupils .in- attendance. The
speaker emphasized tho zeal wmcn
the early rulers of Hawaii displayed
in educational matters uy suiting
that laws were promulgated that no
man or woman could be married un
less they were able to read and write.
Mr. Maid win also pointed out some
of the more modern fruits of educa
tional on tho Islands, including the
modern educational institutions and!
enumerated tho ro1d medals won in
the different expositions in the States
. i .1...
ine sueaKer conciuueu wmi mu
prayer that the usefulness ol our new
school may bo commensurate with
the durability and beauty of the new
buildin" now crowinc beneath tho
hands of its builders.
At, tho qloso of Mr. Baldwin's ad
dress the audience were requested to
join with the children in singing our
national hymn "America." Mr. C.
T T.i.fl-in lorl tVin mucin with his
J-.U1.1WI. i.v . w ...uo.w - -
cornet. Tho children, with the ox-
ceptlon of some of the Muunaolu girls
were too diffident to sing as they do
1 1 . Jl.- ' i 1 ,1 nr1 4ltft
mscnou., uuo iuu uuibiueia auu .u
Hawaiian quartette supplied all that
was lackiner. and stanza by stanza
the full volume of tho sweet old song
ranir out for the first time on tho
Hon. A. N. Kepoikal wasintroduc
ed to deliver the closing address and
for over half an hour he held ins au
dience in eaner attention. The first
pui (j ui ilia uuui caa ,vaa i uiiiiiiicuiiv.
and emphasized tho different epochs
among the Hawaiians, of which there
aro three; first, vho chiefs' schools;
second, the private and mission
schools; and third, tho public school
system. To illustrato tho eager do
siro of early H awaiians for education,
the speaker cited early Lahaiua as a
rare example. Tho walls of tho first
building were of coral brought from
the sea by tho students who act
ually dived for them, brought
them to tho surface nnd bore them t'o
the school on their shoulders.No tim
ber was available at Lahaina for tbo
woodwork of the building, and the
pupils of the school went far up on
Haleakala, hewed tho timber from
standing trees and dragged or car
ried it to Lahaina. In conclusion
Judge Kcpoikai pointed out to tho Ha
waiians of today what their forefa
douq ana suffered for the
educating themselves, and
warned them that if thoy desired tl.a t
thpir children and their children's
children should keep abreast of the
advancement which marks the twen
tieth century they must heartily sup
port tho upbuilding of the school now
being erected here
At the conclusion of the closing ad.
dress tho Wailuku Brass Band1 ex-
quisiteiy reildered '"The Red, White
anfl B, nnd th(J prosrain pMcd
with tho &i , of .,Hawall PcJnoi..
by tho Hawaiian quartette. As a
final touch, the master of ceremonies
I proDOseu threo cheers for tho new
hoolhouse, a ready and rousing res
ponso tQ wWch sppang fnm fl
I . .
After the ceremouy
school children were marched to the
old Waijuku sclioolhouse, where ii
bountiful lunch was spread, to .which
oy did amplo justice. ,
Our now sehoolhouso will be' lln-
ished by August, aud will be occupied
as a school building at tho beginning
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