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Hawaiian Lmtge ..... S Mc!( t the hih Prtcn of IB rtt wiw
Honolulu Amiitmont Comww .... s'tl chW foatwr on the street today.
i"- m! was reported at thla morn-
Walmanato. Mien Marl MrM. iW-i'
Iktyg liKltmirlal. .1 M. JstiNOM, AK
ibrrt Wtn'. I union K. Kwha, 0. fl,
May W, 10)2.
Tew nrn lure, 6 . .; s a. m.j 10
e, m., b4 tuerulng minimum:
73; 78; 79; 0; 7S.
Barometei iaaitig; vbaolute hu
midity (grains par cubic foot); rela
Uto humidity and dew point at S
80.0S; 7S; GO; G.84S.
Wma TSlooltj ana direction at 6 -m.;
8 n. m.; 10 r. m., and noon:
GNK; OH. 10K; 1GNE.
1 Rainfall during 24 noun ending 8
ending at noon 2 13 miles.
Total wjua movement during -14
WM. Ii. STOCKMAN,
ItiR'a teeslott of the exchange. A
aale of 16 aharea at the aame figure
waa reported yeeterday. The demand,
however, aeema to hnve been antia-
fled, for the stock was hid for at
close at but 16 R-4 (u drop ott-S) whllo
40 ww the asking price.
Slocks generally maintain tholr
strength, though BnleB nro slow. On
tho Board only a few transactions, all
of minor Importance .took place. Ha
waiian 1'inonpplo again advanced, flvo
shares setting tho new quotation of
44 1-2', a change of 25 cents per share,
The exchange adjourned until Frl
day, on account of tomorrow's being
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
Atlas Geography, Weekly Call, $2.50
New line Panama hats Just received,
Roman, Berctanla street.
All Territorial Government offices
will be closed tomorrow.
Elegantly, furnished rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
For tho best maae rubber stamps
eo to Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd. They
Tomorrow being Memorial Day tho
Metropolitan Meat Market will closo at lrSo in the grounds, the same time
at ten o'clock requesting that an officer be sent at
Tim meat market of C. Q. Yeo Hon 01lce to arrest the specter
& Co. will close at 11 o'clock tomor
row (Decoration Day).
Window envelopes at Hawaiian Star
office. No addressing necessary in
Bending out bills, etc.
In the federal court tho Manuka
Bile case has gone over until Monday
morning and thore Is nothing else do
ing. Eight hundred dollars has been sub
ncribed by well-wishers for the sup
'port of the reorganized Symphony So
Scotch Tweeds and English Wool-
ons for summer wear just Imported
by J. E. Rocha, tailor, Elite building,
The annual meeting of the Hawai
ian Bar Association will be held at
room 300, Judd building, at four
o'clock this afternoon.
Dr. McLennan baa leturncd and re
sinned practice. Office, King street,
opposite Advertiser office. Hours, 10
to 12, 2 to 4, 6 to 7.
K'onMiiu'd fi inn pHiic one. t
tli. i liiimki'. Ml Agti ('relghto'i
Mamm, lo. Mra. M. II. Hrown.
Kaltnukl, 68, Mlaa Harriet NH
The aale of n block of lono ahnrea ham, Mia imxixer, .Mra. Minion, Mra.
Jltoini, Mlaa CHra Gurnoy, Mls Light
foot, Mra. Maliel King.
MeKlnley Hlgu. 206. nrlnoipal. M.
M. Scotl: Prank Cunning, Mra. S. H.
Kinney. Mra. C '.legler. C, N. Fol-
aom, Miaa Ahble Door.AIIsa Glmrloa
woith, M. 11. tlarroa. Miss K. Jj. Wood
ford, Miaa Anna Tucker, MIsa Flor
Normal, R20, Supervising Principal,
Kdgar Wood; Miss Mnry Qroto, Caro
line L. Fletcher, Florence Winter,
Ilelgn Wlnnndor, Mnrjorle M. Frlctto,
Annlo N. Van Schnck.
Normal Proper, 124, Miss M. T.
f.Icgler, I. O. McDonald, Mrs. Mar
shall, Miss Ruth Shaw, E. Peterson,
Mnrion Dean, D. M. Stone, A. S. Vnr
ney, Jane M. Walte. Shncs T. Hoyt.
Mrs. A. B. Tucker.
Royal, 1020, Supervising Principal,
J. O. Davis; Mrs. C. J. Hunn, Miss
Gertrude Whltemann, Miss Julia
Tuner, Mrs. Alice Brown, Annie Ar
vana, Miss Jean Angus, Millie Mol
ds, Maria Pilkoi, Miss H. S. Otrem
ha Miss Helen Robertson, Franclp
Bindt, Mollle Grace, Miss McLaln
Mrs. Douglas, Miss Ada Lycett, Mrs-
Maria Marcalllno, Miss Mabel Ladd.
Miss Elizabeth Heen. M. J. Wnll, Mrs.
II. W. Finite, Mrs. Ellen Vickcry.
Pohukilna, 410, MUs Myra Angus.
Miss Akiau Ontal. Mrs. E. Kekuku,
Miss Burtha Scliuffler, Mrs. E. A. Mc
Guirc, Miss Olio Horner, Miss Gary P
Gomes, Mrs. Margaret Waldron, C. K.
Pauoa, 10S. Mrs. Lorlng Lucas
KalulanI, 728, Supervising Principal,
Mrs. N. L. D. Fraser, Miss Mary Lot-
qulst, Miss Mae Giles, Mrs. Ma
Knl?ht, Miss Florence Blake. Mrs.
Mary Castro, Mrs. Rose Kong, Miss
Florence Lynch, Mrs. Romnno Farla,
Miss Tokl Mlamoto, Miss Bernlce
Cook, Mrs. Alice I lay ward, Miss Ma
bel Larson, Miss Inez TTnderhlll, Mrs
Kauluwcla, 3S0, Mrs. X. I,. Crclg
ton, Mrs. Bauman, Miss Hattie Avail,
Miss Kate Mclntyrfr, Mrs. Mollle Yap,
Miss L. Y. Chlng, Mrs. J, V. Eskers,
Mrs. H. Bushnell, Miss Margaret
SAW A GHOST
The night watchman of the Capitol
grounds hn( the scare of his life Ia3t
ni&ht, or rather early this morning.
Being unable to sleep ho took a
stroll through the grounds and was
surnrlsed to sec a figure in white
strolling under the trees.
The watchman beat It at once for
the nearest telephone and notified ho
police station that there was a ghost
The liiiKo municipal Grand Theutor
of L.Min Ib about to undergo Import
nut rvpnlra at a cost of nbout ? 10,000.
Llullt In the oarly part of last con
tury and at tho tlmo of its construc
tion a thoroughly up-to-dato opera
house, It Is In need of cortnln Inte
rior alteration to meet modern re
quirements. Among tho changes con
templated are wldonlng tho aisles, en
larging the cloakrooms, new parquet
floorings, restoring paintings on stair
ways, corridors, and foyer, now deo
orations for tho theater proper, and
modern mechanical scenc-Bhiftlng do
vices, rt'pnirs of Beats and stalls, and
romodellng of tho players' dressing
rooms. A compioto new Btago-ugm-
lug system will bo added, for which
$10,000 has been sot aside. There la
some djpubt as to what tho best light
ing arrangement may be, and a com
mission will study tho systems in
representative French ther.ters In oth
er cities. All communications in ref
erence to the matter should be In
French and addressed to the mayor
of Lyon, writing Monsieur lo Maira
do Lyon, Rhone. Consular Report,
An officer was sent to the scene
rmd found that the alleged ghost was
old man Stono who lives in Littlo
Village and who is addicted fo sleep
walking. Mr. Stone was arrayed only
in a night-gown and this undoubtedly
gave tho watchman the impression
that ho had seen a ghost.
Mr. Stone, who has been ailing for
some time, has been taken to the hos
pital by his son for proper treatment.
Tomorrow morning at 9:45 o'clock
th Memorial Day procession will
form at tho Capitol grounds, the or
LISHMAN In Honolulu, May 29,1912,
Mnrion Elizabeth, wife of William
Lishman, aged 54 years.
Funeral from tho R. Lishman
residence, Kecaumoku street, at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon.
MASSEY In Honolulu, Hawaii, May
28, 1912, Jano Brown Massey, sis
tef of Mrs. James Hay Wpdehouse,
Funeral services were held at
St. Clement's church, at 11 o'clock
this morning. Interment will be in
Christ Church cemetery, Konn, Hawaii.
BEGINNING AT 2:15 p.m.5 SHARP
FIVE BIG ACTS and Other Features
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT.
The Hawaiian band will give a pub
lic moonlight concert this evoning at
Aala Park at half-past seven o'clock.
Tho program follow,?:
March Comrades Lincke
Overture Welcome Catin
tntermezzo Alice Whoro Art Thou
Maomae, 178, Miss Iwalanl Dayton',
V. Jordan, M. Jordan, C. Gertz.
Central Grammar. 738. SnnorvtHlnp
Principal Mrs. F. W. Carter. Misa Ts.i.l Vocal Hawaiian Songs, Ar by Berger
., , . MipIIb kiw ttra t t r-- beiettion UomaiiuECn ziuoll
uur oi procession ueing as punusneu, u. . . u,rait ucr
ivt.i,..0 a,.. rr,. ,.Jtrude McCorrlston. A. .T. OnnU. MnwV Waltz-Blue Danube .. Strauss
in o wuui. XIIU IUUIU Will UU ' 1 T7:.,..1 -n.. Tll.. T t
iiiiiii l i u iiiiiu 1 1 limine
. . . . The Star Spangled Banner,
1 King street to Alakea, to Emma, to Armstrong, Mrs. Frank Cunning, Miss
Vineyard and to Nuuanu,
(Continued from Pago One.)
apathy of some householders toward
the cleanliness of their own premises
"There will bo an exhibition of and, worse still, the satisfaction on
schoolroom and Industrial work at the tho part of some at having their prein
Knmehameha School for GIrVj on Sat-jises cleaned for them at the expense
urday afternoon from three to five.) of time, money and elfort of their
The alumnao will servo punch and fellow citizens; and, secondly, tho rep
cake for tho ' benefit of their relief uti.tion w.hich Hawaii thereby sustain-'
fund. .A cordial invitation to attend jed for civic pride in cleanliness and
this exhibition iaextended to all who sanitation. In 1S95 cholera visited the
L. Ackerman, Mrs. L. A. Wilkins. Mis.
C. O. Hottel, Miss Mabel Lightfoot,
Editli Nichols, Harriot Young, Mrs.
George Coulter, Miss Sara Feather-j
stone, Miss Orpah Sterrett, Miss Wing
G. G. Craig, Miss Ann Hadley, Mrs. P.
I Paldwiii. 1
Kallhiwaena, 554, Supervising I'nn-'
ASCII In Honolulu, May 27, 1912, to
Mr. and Mrs; F. J. Asch, a daughter.
No freight will be received by any
i of the Inter-Island steamers tomorrow.
' The steamer W. G. Hall, scheduled to
sail tomorrow afternoon, will not go
-oul'tc1 Ktiirai until' Friday .afternoon at
Bids wore opened yesterday in the
' offico of tho superintendent of public
works for tho digging of a ditch in
KapiolanI Park from a point opposite
SUPPLY LEAVES GUAM.
The naval authorities have received
a cable stating that the supply shin
cjpat I. M. Cox, Miss Charlotte Cowan, Supply left Guam on May 25.
IMcn K'aimiaea, Frances Otrcmba, she is expected to reach this port
Edith Lightfoot, Mrs. Emma Kaipu, 0n Juno 12 and will then continue to
Mrs. Angela Mann, Miss J. H. HakV, San Francisco
Manuel Dp Corte, Miss Olive Clark, .
Miss Elizabeth Clark, Miss Burfon, DECORATION DAY MATINEE
Gladys Rickard, Helen King, Miss Ma-' AT THE BIJOU,
bel Ross, Miss Addle Johnson. j T0 nIjou w, glve fl dout)lo bI1,
Kalilunka, Mrs. .Tohana Mnscoto. 'M!ltinee tomorrow afternoon com
Moanalua. Mrs. Clara Mokumala. mcneing at 2:15. The combined talent
,Spe.eial Teachers: Miss Jano L.'of th0 amusement company's theaters
Winne, Mfss M. Mossman, Miss Nina n iJ0 seen in now vaudeville stunts.
J. Adniua. Miss Tnmn Annim. MIro nn n.n i;,,,i,tiin tiir T.n.,iv-a
In the plague outbreak of 1000 tho!Mal)(1, A chrig j . .
Girls' Industrial, Aliss Florence. i Yokohama Troupe, May Nunnery &
city. It was stamped out effectively
and promptly through tfie combined
efforts of the citizens and health au
thorities. No one familiar with the
time can well forget the energy and
determination of tho citizens not only
in organization, guard duty, and labor,
same thing occurred; and aililn in the
Clean-up Day of 1911. It is said away
from hero that this active, consistent
Mrs. Pauahi's house to tho Manoa anU,e"em,i,ue civic interest in clean-
stream. Tho bidders and tholr tenders' ll,,ess and better saitlltl a sreat-
'were: J. A. Gilman, $9850; Honolulu
Construction and Draying Company,
$4210; J. Pregil, $10,320; M. Plcanco,
$2704. The contract was awarded to
S A LEG
While Dr. Norgaard was driving
along King street at an early hour
tbls morning his horse stumbled and
The accident happened near Tho
mas Square. Tho horse was put out
of its misery with a bullet.
" This morning, In tho police court
the only casc,3 disposod of were: W.
Kawelo, assault aud battery, discharg-
Kuuohi, drunk, fined $3 und costs.
Sokaka, drunk, forfoited ball of $C.
,, Thia morning's arrests included Sam
Iaduawal, assault and battery; Masu
J and Sukal, larceny nocond degree;
ler assurance to .itrangt-rs and intend
ing visitors than the statement of any
government official regarding health
conditions. Henco one of tho pur
poses of tho proposed Clean-up Day is
to .sustain this reputation and to furth
er increase this assurance. It will bo
money well spent if .money is needed.
Can Honolulu afford to avoid the Is
sue. 'Another 'object of the proposed
Clean-up Day Is to correct the impres
sion which exists among some house
holders that their premises should be
kept-clean for them by paid govern
ment officiate and that such officials,
not the householders, should collect
and remove or destroy rubbish ac
cumulations existing on the premises.
Rubbish ii hero distinguished for the
purposes of this point from garbage.
I have spoken of other purposes and
"The object of Clean up Day is not
to remove rubbish by citizen effort
nor to relievo government officiate of
any responsibility bujt lo elucato peo
ple In tholr .duty with regard to the
remove) of tholr own rubbish and keep
ing I heir promises clean and to fix
such responsibility. From all indica
tions thore will be little rubblshi re
moved on the proposed Clean-up Day
us compared with the 1911 Cloan-up
Day. There will bo inspection, in
vostigatiou and abovo all a malnton
anco and continuance of civic prido
in Honolulu Beautiful."
LORDY'S TRAINfED DOGS
MAE EDYTHE TAYLOR
- MAY NANNERY & CO,
KNOTT & LAWRENCE
A combination that will ensure
all sorts of High Class
Per str. Claudine, from Hllo, May
29w. H. Smith, Mrs. J. F. uerry-
. Tit TTn n
man, jonn i. uraves, uiuia. m. ui
rlo. n Ffnsinnsspn. F. Holmos. Ah
Ping, E. K. Fernandez, wife and 2,
children J. E. Hughes, Jno. Frazior,
Mrs. R. K. Bunker, Miss R. Hocking.j
Jlr. Toma, S. Kawasaki, Mrs. Chang
Yeo, Miss Chang Yee, Mrs. Fat Kee,
Eh Soon, Choy, Kam, Ah Soy, Akul,
Amoy, Chas. Holu, K. Honda, S. Ta
K'a Kuwa, II. Matsuo, S. Hlsokawa, I.
F. Baldwin and wife, S. Decker, Mrs.
V. S. Chillingworth, Miss Irma Wode-
house, S. Weinzheimer.
Per str. W. G. Hall, from Kauai,
May 29. B. F. Vickers and wife, Mrs.
Punikaia and infant, Miss Puniknla,
J. Foskuga, N. Kurawatoj K. Inoshlta,
"Fine Job Printing, SUt Offico
Supervising Principal outside of Oa- ''o; and Knotts and Lawrence,
hu, Mrs. Mary W. Gunn. I This program will undoubtedly be
Aiea, Miss Carrie Claypool, Mfss LH- the best attraction yet offered and a
linn Claypool, Miss Margaret Evans, record audience will no doubt avail
Miss Michie Tanaka, Miss Helen Cath-' themselves of the doublo bill mailnee.
cart, Miss Mildred Evans, Miss AllcdJ Popular matinee prices will prevail.
Claypool. ' i
AVaiuahu. Mrs. Sonlile Ovorend. Mra. Fino Jol Printing, Star Office.
Tillio Makaona, Miss Sophie Oster,!
Mrs. Constance Vivas, Miss Mnryj525ESa5ZS252SH5)!52ffi5252SH5ES
Ornellas, Miss May Rapoza, Miss Olo-I S PERSONS IN THE NEWS jjj
ria Aflague. j W
Pearl City, J. N. Taggard, Miss Ke-' 525H5EJTH5B55HJifil5H5H5Hra
aloha Hookano, Mrs. J. N. Taggard. FRANK F. BALDWIN and wife arrlv- Maul the mlddlo part of June to
Ewa, Miss Emma Vroom, Mrs. Ado- ed in the Claudine.
FINE ORIENTAL GOODS
I Original Designs Large Assortment Crepe and Embrolderlos,
Kimonos, Carred iTory, Braesware, Vases, Carved Furniture, etc.,
The Japanese Bazaar
FORT STREET near Convent
take up his new duties.
lino Bento, Mfss Louise Greenfield,
Miss Phoebo Sheilds, Miss Edna TY.'b. f. VICKERS and wife arrived in DR SUN YAT SEN' "rat president of
narden, Miss Frances E. Greenfield,! the Hall from Kauai,
rMiss Grace Alvlna Ayau. I , , .
Wntnnmn H T r T 1
' 1. 1 V. 1 1.11 it 1 1 , iTilH. Vj, lHJWUt!U, I MISS
waianao, Francis J. Nobrlga, MIsb
R. Iona. Mrs. Susnn ICelreln. f
Kawaihapai. Miss Eva Sunter. I -
Walalua, Mrs. Minnie Churchlll.f MRS- W- s- CHILLINGWORTH wra
Mrs. Roso Ayau, Miss Rebecca Macy,
IRMA WODEHOUSE arrived
from Maul in the Claudine.
James Awai, Miss Amy Awai, Mrs.
Emell Naukana, Miss Helen Klmhall,
Mrs. Winifred Robertson, Miss Rose
Ah Cheu, Miss Boll Mojdell.
Wahlawn, Mrs. Emma McWayno.
Kahuku, Mrs. Lulu M. Smlth, Miss
Bornlco Smith, Miss Shirley B. Foster.
Knneoho, John Gilbert, John Pnhla,
an arrival by the Claudine.
SAM JOHNSON has gone to Pahoa to
Inspect work at tho Hawaiian ma
MISS MARY C. ALEXANDER has
written a History of Hawaii for
chlldron in tho grammar grades,
which will shortly bo published by
the American Book 'Company.
Miss Lulu Koorllng.
Hnuula. Miss Mary Christopherson, PHILIP TYAU, who has been connect
ed with II. Afong Co. for soveral
Mrs. E. F. Borcer,
Kaawa, Honry K. Domingo.
Walahole, Miss Alice E. Mudge,
Miss Emma Goo,
Kallua, Akuni Ahau. ""
years, hna' resigned lite position to
accept' thoj managership of You Kee
Store of Pala, Maul. Mr. Tyau ov
pectB t.o leave with his family for
the Republic of China, was bom at
Wniniano, Ewa, Oahu, Hawaiian
Islands, on Novomber 24, 1870, ac
cording to an affidavit ho filed in the
offico of the Secretary of Hawaii
when taking out a certificate of Ha
waiian birth. It Is certificate No.
25 in tho record and was issued by
A. I C. Atkinson on March 9, 1904.1
Hte witnesses wore B. Starr Kapu
and A. Kauhl, both of whom weae
well-known native Hawallans. This
record disposes of stories publtehed
abroad giving Dr. Sun's birthplaco
variously at different points in tho
Orient, as well o.s conflicting claims
between different localities in theso
islands. When ho took out his cer-,
tlflcato ho had already applied for a'
license to practlco law, and ho stat
ed In his paper.s that ho expected
soon to tnko up his residence In
China, Waimano was tho Eceno of
a bloody battlo in tho old Hawaiian
We have given special attention
to Decoration Day requlrementa and
are showing In our ewa window the
many articles usually needed for the
CEMETERY VASES FROM 35c to 75c EACH
(in tin, galvanized iron or terra cotta)
TROWELS, SHEARS. RAKES, MOSS, MOW
ERS, HOSE, SPRINKLERS, ETC., ETC., in all styles
For one week only and for this occasion exclusively we
are offering a
7-Inch Jardiniere for 25c.
For other agricultural implements visit our household de
partment on the second floor.
W: W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
55-57 King Street.