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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1916
Groupof Officers of Fourth Regimentat Regimental Luau, held at Lawai, May 7 . Reading from
Lt-ft to right these are: Standing Lieutenant MamiHino, Lieut. Henry Slioldon, Captain Moragne. Captain Crowed, Captain Mimiw, Eieuteniiiit-( 'nlonel Tini
tuons, Colonel Rroadlifnt, Major Mcl'.ryde, Captain Trur-cott, Lieutenant Horner, Cnpt. Alfred Hills, 1 ieutenant Vincent, Captain Oliver. Sitting Lieutenant Fnnn'id.-,
Lieutenant Hjorth, Captain Cooper, Lieutenant Creevey, Captain M'-li', Lieutenant Sniytlie, Lieutenant Kaulukou, Lieutenant Wright. The young lady is .Miss Alice l'li.-id-bcnt,
daughter of the Colonel. -
Kelow are some snapshots taken during the. afternoon at Lawai, at the luau, at whieh the hosts were the ollieers .-.nd men of Companies (1 and H.
BIG GEL FBRATinN feMr?, i
Punalioti will celebrate her
seventy fifth anniversary June 20,
21 and 22. The program lias just
been completed and from the
anniversary exercises which take
place on Tuesday evening, June 20.
to the last echo of the last event
on Thursday, the celebration
will be worthy of the institution
which lias been so influential in
the history of Hawaii.
The first event on the program
will be the anniversary exercises,
which take place Tuesday evening,
June 20. Professor William Lyon
Phelps, profcssoi of Kiiglisn litera
ture at Yale University, and Pro
fessor Charles M. Gayley, profes
sor of Knglish at the University
of California, will come to H.waii
soecially to speak on this occasion
Professor Phelps conies as the
guest of the Yale Club of Hawaii,
and the University of Michigan
Club and the University of Cali,
fornia Club have ioined forces to
bring Professor Gavley.
On Wednesday afternoon will
be given the Puuahou pageant.
The pageant book has been
written by Ethel M, Damon. Pre
parations for the pr':srntatK n of
the pageant have been going on
for months The pageant recites
the history of Punahou in eleven
episodes. It is full of sentimental
and romantic episodes which make
a real contribution to Hawaiian
history. The caste will include
sixteen hundred persons.
Thursday will be Punahou Day.
n,i this dav there will be gathered
on the campus everybody who hasj aces outside of Honolulu. The
ever had any connection with Pu- Iutcr Ii!al-t' Steamship Compunv
who hasanv real in-1 "i,a Krameu a iweiiiy nvt percent
The ft.- It wing an i vt c! bv
kinau Friday n.tii nine. fi.,m
L. D. Timmons, I. F. II, fTm..n.
R. Coxhtatl. S. (Kama. J. S
Chandler Mis C. M. N'oyes.F C
Morrow, C. J. Aikinsoni Mrs. J.
Senni, C. M. Thurston. Mrs.
Chang Lim See, J. H Krbs.
!In Tim; CiKtt it Cot kt. F fih
ClKCflT. TllRKlTOKY OF
In Piobate At Chambers
In the Muter of the F.state of
.fane R. Gav, late of Makaweli.
NOTICF, TO CREDITORS.
The ttndct signed, Frarrts f? ,
Aubrev Robinson and Alice Robin-
j sou , having been dulv it)ointl
! Kxet utors of the Will of Jane R.
. I a U i.t M-ikawt-li. Kauai, dt--I
o-ased. t;ive in.lior to all t retlitots
ol ai.l !t-( , (i-( t to ptescnt thrir
J .ims an' htrc'ioaied ami with
j prop.-! voiicle.i s. if am exist, even
I if tin. eh'iin l-i secured bv molt
! '-'.1'- upon u.il eMale, 10 the tin
j tl .rsi. m d ;:t the rc-sidel'ie f .f saitl
I A uijiev R"l'insi 11 and Alice Robin
j Mm a; M.ikawt-Ii, Kauai, within
isiv nioiitlis from the date of the
j tl t l puli'.i'.-aliiMi of this potice,
jsaid tlate beinv May e)lh. 1916. or
! wit !iin six int-tr.hs from the dav
j t'.iev fill due, or the same will be
inrever Kir eti.
MakawtP Kauai, May 9ih.,l9!6
Francis Gav, Aubrev Kobitison,
Fxectitois of the Will of Jane
R. Gav, deceased.
Ma:- 9-16 23 30-June- 6, 1916.
terest i n it,- including trustees,
teachers, former students, present
students, pirents and friends, The
dav will open with a reception bv
President and Mrs. Griffiths, Pro
fessor and Mrs Phelps, Professor
Gavley and the trustees and their
wives. During the morning Pu
nahou historic games will be play
ed, including aipuni, wickets, pee
wee and a ring tournament in
which o 1 d Punahou roughriders
will again show their skill with
the lance. At noon a family lunch
eon will be served on the gtcunds.
Coffee and edibles will be supplied
on the grounds.
Immediately after luncheon
there will be held a rousing Puna
hou meeting in which there will
be stirring speeches, a report of
the financial campaign and a gener
al show of Punahou spirit. The
demonstration of the development
o f Punahou athletics will be
brought to a close in the afternoon
by a competitive military drill by
the five cadet companies, and by
an exhibition by the girls of aesthe
tic dancing and gvmastlcs,
A larce attendance of former
students, parents and friends is
reduction in fare. The Honolulu
hotels are allowing fifuen percent;
reduction in hotel rates. Many i
Honolulu homes will be thrown
open to visitors. All the rooms
that are available in the Punahou
boarding department will also be
in use, moie especially by former
students who have formerly lived
in the boarding department. All
persons who are expecting to go
from the Islands should write to!
the committee about accomoda
tions, and about cards of identifi
cation which have to be presented
in order to secure special boat and
hotel rates. The committee in
charge is Judge W. L. Whitney
and Miss Agnes E. Judd.
May Open Theater
The Lytell-Yaughan Company,
which has been playing at the
Bijou, in Honolulu, for sometime,
is trying for the privilege of open
the new Tiptop theater in Lihue.
The combination is a good one and
theit proposal will likely be accept
ed. It will be a couple of months
or more, however, before the new
expected from the Islands andl theater will be ready for business.
A Big Three Days' Celebration
Embodying the Glories of I'unaliou's Past and the Hope of
EXCCUSIOX KATES ON INTER-ISLAND ISO ATS
Fifteen ht eent Reduetion in Hotel Hates.
Many Honolulu Homes will entertain guests. Rooms 111
Boarding Department to limit of Capaeity Reserved for Old
Students, former students in Boa riling Department having
Come and Join the Celebration
For Identification Cards and additional information write:
W. L. WHITNEY,
AGNES E .H DD,
In Tin; Ciucurr Coi'rt oi- Tin
Fifth Cikcpit. Tkrritorv
At .Chambers- In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Margaret Punol.u Akina (w), late
of Waimea, Kauai, T. II., de
ceased. Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for At'tnii istration.
On Reading and Filieg the Peti
tion of Joseph A. A1cjf.ii . widower
and husband of iie eased, of Wai
mea, Kauai. T II all,-gieg that
Maigaret Puimbii A Una. (w) of
Waimea. Kauai, T. II tiiitl intes
tate at Wain-, a. Km ai, T. H on
the J2tli, dav of Ma. eh. A. D,
1916, leaving propel t in the Ha
waiian l.sli mis ihioh i to lead
miuistti-ed upon, to wit: real and
personal proper. y vt tie va'ue of
Si, 351. 00 and praying Unit Letters
of Administration issue to Joseph
A. Akina aforesaid.
It is o:-d--ro-U!t a Thursday the
0th dav of July A. D. 1916. at 9
o'clock A. M., be ami hereby is
appointed for heaiit y said Iti
tion in the Couit Rot m o! this
Ctiti.t at L'hne. Kauai, at which
time and ph.ee all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause,
if any tiiev have, why said Peti
tion should 11 t he eianttd.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, May
(Sgd) Lyi.f. A. Dkki:v.
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
I Sgd) D. W.m. Dijan,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
May 30th June 6 13-20.
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