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4lpHtelKg; STAR, THURSDAY. MAY .10,
i!mw4alu 0 Oo.'a Meeting 10
Meirefmlltan Market II
I'll CotoulRl 16
,Y IJIwrty 4
THE W BATHER,
Honolulu, MR' SO,
Tonipeniture, 6 t,. a a. m.; 20
. m and tnorultiK minimum:
7, 77. 77. SO. 73.
DnroBielsi imaing. ibsoluto hu
midity (grains pr cuolc foot); rela-
Uto humidity aud dw point at S
0.U, 61, 02, 7.078.
Wma veloclcj ana direction at 6 .
a.; 8 a. m.; 10 n. m and noon:
i N15, C NK, 14 NH, 13 NE.
Rainfall during H no'ra ending 8
a. m.: Trace.
Total winQ movement during 24
ending at noon: 187 miles.
WM. IJ. STOCKMAN,
NEWS IN fA NUTSHELL
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
New line Panama hats Just received.
Roman, Deretanla street.
Get your supplies from the Metro
politan Meat Market, phone 3445.
Elegantly furnlsned rooms with hot
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
Next meeting of the Honolulu Ad,
Club will be held on Thursday of next
For the best made rubber stamps
to to Wall, NIchol3 Co.. Ud. Thoy
Green stampB aro aa good as gold
when you buy at the stores. Don't
forget to ask tor them ,
t'au ka liana will do the work of
two persons when it is housoclean
lng time. Your grocer sells It -
The license commissioners of Ha
waii county have granted forty liquor
liconses of various classes.
J. A. Gilman's protest against the
Quccu street wharf paving contract
was tabled by the harbor commission.
A concert and dance will be given
by the Hawaiian band organization
at K. of P. hall on the evening of
The harbor commission Is consid
ering the question of charging wharf
age on all public wharves of the Ter
Bring 10 green stamps and one dol
lar for a complete Boy Scout Suit.
Gieen Stamp Store, Beretania and
Or. McLennan has returned and re
gumcd practice. Office, King street,
opposite Advertiser office. Hours, 10
to 12. 2 to 4. C to 7.
The trip to Halelwa leaving at ?:1Q
p. m. Saturday and returning at 10:10
p. m. Sunday is one of the popular
diversions at this season
The Colonial Hotel, Emma street
abovo Vineyard, is all that the most
exacting person will demand from a
Mrs. .Tames Blcknell and Mrs. H.
K Webster are In immediate charge
of tag day on June 5 lflr the benoflt
of the King's Daughters' Home.
Tli name of Miss Abble Dow, a
member of McKlnley High School
leaching staff, was misprinted in the
ilBl oi teachers for Oahu printed yes
terday. It was an error to report a decree
of divorce signed in t:ie case of Lucy
de Coito against Manuel do Coito. Tlie
case was dismissed, the Star is in
' The dining room of the Metropole
Hotel will open tonight for" the 'first
time and hereafter the hotel wllf be
conducted as a rooming and boarfling
At a meeting of the Interchnrch
Kodoration yesterday it was resolved
that thenceforth no religious meet
ings under the auspices of that body
be advertised upon billboards.
M. Lono Heen, Ingram Machlin
Stalnbach and E. It. Bevlns hnvebeen
licensed to practice law In all courts
of tho Territory. Heen Is a native of
Hawaii, Stainbacli of Tennessee and
Bevlns of Nebraska.
Thomas C. White of Kona is re
ported as saying that, while tho fruit
fly attacks the coffee berry, It does
not cause tho berry to fall off and
harms It little if any. Still tho cof
fee growers aro taking steps to keep
thB fly off tho crop.
Awarding of degrees will bo per-
formed at tho College of Hawaii fori inou miss uaua J. Harrison,
tl fimt time on Monday afternoon at' MlsB Cora Harrison,
four o'clock, on the grounds of the1 Konnwaona (Kealakekua) P. D.
institution nt Manoa. Lesllo Clarkj M,S8 ,,nzn Hnruos, Miss Nellie Conant,
nnd Yong Fook Tong havo completed MIbs IIo,ou p- Haynes, Miss Edna FI1
tlw four-year courso, the first in ngrl.l,ln' E- IC- Kokuewa, one to appoint,
culture and tho second in enginoor-j Napoopoo Francis Akana, Miss
in. Louise Gullck and William Har-, Sarun Karnauoha.
tang, who have received bachelor of.
eieiice degroos oUowhoro, havo con
cluded special courses.
Tb momorlal tower of St. An
drew's cathedral In honor of the
univenwlly beloved memory of tlfo
late Mrg. Alice Mackintosh, which will
1 Udicated on Sunday afternoon, has
lien built at a cost of $31,061. It
wa dealgned by B. F. Ingelow, tile
Kugjlah architect who planned the
enUiedral and Its coming oxtenifon.
Tkt taHMtitf eewHttea wm T. 0r
DmtIm, ftatart (tatton. H. M. mon.
D. t. U. isttibwir and A. I.. P. AilHii-
IIII.O. May S0. SmIIimI. Htr. lBntwr
firltm for San Krwioltwo.
RAN FRANCISCO, May 80. Arriv
al. 1'. 8. 8. Buffalo hum May .
SAN KItANClSCO. May 3P. Sallwl.
Mr. Mlgftotirlan for Seattle.
8tr. Siberia will arrive front Sn
Francisco tomorrow morning at six
o'clock and sail for Yokohama, R p. m
V. S. A. T. Logan will nrrlvo from
Manila Saturday. !) n. in.
Following are the details for Islands
other than Oahu and Kaunl those of
these latter Islands having already np
pearcd in the Star which wore mado
nt the late meeting of the board of
Hilo Miss Josephine Deyo, super
Hilo Union (Miss Deyo, principal),
Miss Ullnoo llnpai, Miss Harriet Ha
iai. Mrs. Millie Ilisorman, Miss Alice
Wont. Miss Marv Tevo. Miss Emma
p mm stono Mrg R
Lmlloff, Mrs. Maud Beers, Miss Louisa
Hapal, Miss Emma K. Lewis, Miss El
len It. Pcarce, Mrs. Annie Kai. Mra.
Mary Salki, Miss Nelson, Miss Bouse,
Miss Annie Napier, Miss Eliza D.
Shea, Miss Rebecca Bohnenberg, Mrs.
Edna Forbes, Miss Allen A. McCord.
Mrs. Ida Todd. Miss Ivy Borden.
Hilo High Prescott F. Jernegen,
Miss D. E Shlrey, Miss Anna B. Nel
son, Miss Esther Pomcroy, Miss
Oakala Miss .T. Lycon, Miss Ly
can. Laupahoehoe O. T. Boardman, Mrs.
M. II. Boardman, Abel Ah You.
Pohakupuka Amos J. Ignacio, Miss
Margaret Macy, John Lulz.
Hakalau E. S. Capellas, Mrs. E. S.
Capellas, Miss Virginia Cabrlnha, Miss
Mary Cabiinha, one to appoint.
Honomu V. A. Carvalho, Gabriel
Ah Yo, Miss Masuo Okamoto, Manuel
Oliver, two to appoint.
Kapehu School closed.
Popeekeo Miss Vetora Allen, Mi3i
F. K. Pillwale, Miss Mabana Maltorrc,
Mrs'. Jessie pouglas, Miss Laura Nan
kana. Papalkqu M. N. Johnson, Miss Mil
lie Thomas, Miss Fannie Moir, Mrs. O.
C. Hottel, Miss Lizzie Beerman, Mrs,
L. S. Mesiek, Archie Wong Wat, Miss
Mary Daniels, Miss Jennie Caspar.
Kaumann One to appoint.
Kaiwiki Benjamin O. West, one lo
Puueo Miss Emily Ewaliko.
Kcaau Miss Adelaido V Ward,
Mrs. Oma Holland. Miss Helen Wat
son. Miss Angollno Botelho, Miss Min
uwa-w wary isamma. .miss ua-
' n II fMlft O VI In nnnnint
ill. j a, i lU LU 44.j'Ulill..
Mt. View Mrs. F. M. Wakeftcld,
Mr&. James Sisson, Miss Annlo P.
Chung, Miss Ruth 1Reit, Miss E. B
Ilelndel. Glenwood Miss Holen Clowes.
Pahoa James C Kamak'alwl, Mrs.
I J. C. Kamakahvi, one to annolnt.
Kapoho Two to appoint. ,
Kauaoa Miss Conradt (If certiflcat-
Kalapana J. W. K. Wright.
Kan Supervising principal,
Bertha B. Taylor.
Kapapala Two to appoint
Pahala Jesse Shainwald, Miss Em
ma Franca, Miss Sigma Wicander, tw
Hlloa Miss Z. do la Nux (no cer
tificate), graduated McKinley High in
June, one to appoint.
Honuapo Mosos Malakaua.
Waioliinu (Miss Taylor. lirincinaD :
Mlss uly AuId- Mlss J- n- Jones, Mrs.
U. A. Moran. Miss Louisa Melnorkfv
North and South Kbna Supervls-
ing principal, Charles E. King.
Mukalawena Henry Komomua.
Kuinoa Joseph N. Komomua, onJ
Kuilua E. M. Mueller, Miss Ger
Holualoa Ernest G. Allen, Mrs. E.
G. Allen. A. S. Texoira, Miss E. Souza,
Mrs. M. F. Scott, one to appoint,
Houaunau Samuel Toomoy. Mrs. S.
Toomey, Mrs. Lydla Kokuewa.
Ilookona Thos. N. Haao, Geo. K.
Apela, Mrs. Katlo M. Kaal.
Alae Lot K. Kauwc, Miss Eliza
both Iona (?)
Papa Eddie K. Iona.
MIIolll Abraham Pohlna.
Honokohau Mathow Jftiiie, MIbs
North and South Kohala Supervis
ing prluolpal, Eugono flonwr.
MdliillmtM TtM Prec
KbaU HmMd Mrs. M, Kline
HonotpiiBmll il llnrno
HHomku MIm Ma ml Wood,
MhM Nnra Kmwv, Miss lillza Y. At
kins, M'sh Luuy Porry, Miss Agnns
Klmo, MIs Mnry do Hnrno, Mlsa
Alnaksn One to nppolnt.
Halawa Mrs. Clnrn L. Tulloch,
MIs Umlly K. Kaohl, Mrs. Gladys
Pearcd, "MI Mnry Woo, MIsB Mary
Mitknpala Thomas K. Nahlwa
MIm Alice WunK, Mrs. Tnmar Hus
oy, Mrs. Thomas IC. Nahlwa.
Pololu Miss Lulu Solomon (7)
Puako Oliver Laaii.
Kawajhae Miss Marin Boll.
Walmoa Edwin Lindsay, Robert
Kihoi, Mrs. Margaret Kalmuloa.
Supervising principal, J. V. Marclol
Walplo Sam M. Kaaokuahlwl, ono
Kukulhaclc Abel Mnkekau, Miss
Josslc Fontes, Mrs. E. Makokau, Man'
Kapulena Miss Hattio L. Saffroy,
Miss Eliza Duncan.
Honokaa A. li. Case, Mrs. A. L,
Case, Miss Emma Hall, Mrs. A. H. 01'
ney, J. Cypriano, ono to appoint.
Ahualoa John A. Perrelda, Mra. J.
A. Perrelda, James S. Vleira.
Paauhau John Pavno, Edith Hall,
Miss Marie Kamakawlwole, ono to ap
Knapalm Frank Teixelra, Miss An
Paanilo J. II. Drayton, Mrs. A. It.
Askew, Miss Gladys Halna, Miss
Christine Andrado, Mrs. J. H. Bray
ton, one to appoint.
lOcehia Sam J. Maluo.
Lahalna Supervising principal.
Geo. S. Raymond.
Olow'alu Willie K. Hoopll, Frank
Lahalna Mrs. Nora Gannon, Mrs.
Jennie Schoenberg, Miss Alice Hoa-
pili, Miss Adeline Hose, Miss Tsulan
Clioy, Mrs. Rose Mookini, Mrs. Mary
A. Lee, Mrs. Ruble Sandstedt, Mrs.
Lucy K. Furtadl, Miss Helen Goo.
Honokawai Miss Rowena K. H030,
Honokohau Ernest G. Crockett.
Lanaikal Alfred Mia.
Laniuka Mrs. Amelia Dickson.
Kalao Mrs. Estelle Baker.
Kaunakakai David Kaal.
Kamalo Mrs. Lucy Dudoit.
IttUuaaha Mrs. William Anahu.
Waialua Abel Cathcart
Halawa David Kalaau.
Wailau L. K. Kaalouahi.
Pelekunu One to appoint.
Kalaupapa A. J. Kauhalhao.
Lahalnaiuna C. A. MacDonald Har
lan Roberts, J. A. Wilson, R. C. Bow
man, Samuel Mookini, Samuel Kapu,
William Makaena, Mrs. II. M Roberts.
Wailuku Supervising principal, C.
Kahakuloa Mrs. Ella Alona.
Walhc'e Mrs. Ella L. Austin, Jol.C
Brown, MIrs Achoy Aim, Miss Edith '
Dunn, one to appoint.
Wailuku Miss Uda Crickard, Mrs
Kate L. McKay, Miss C. E. Short.
Miss Hannah Cummings, Miss Caro
lyn Schultz, Miss Eleanor K. Wilcox,
Herbert A. Wade, ono to appoint.
Kahului Moses Kauhimahu.
Spreckelsvillo Mrs. Laura Sabey.
Mrs. A. V. Crockett, Mrs. J.' B. Me-
dciros, Miss II. Stcndor, one to np
. , ... ... I
Puunone Miss Agnes. Misner, Mlsul
M. C. Luiz Miss Kuth E. H en, Missan, hag lMued orders that horenftor j
Lizzie Kallno, Miss Lucy Wilcox, two
Waikapu Miss Zelio Rogers.
Kihoi J. P. Cocket Mrs. ' J,
Keahua Mrs, M. L. Simpson.
Camp 111, Klhel (new) Ono. to ap
Makawao Supervising Principal, II.
Makona Joseph Carvalho. '
Ulupalakua O. W. Honlg.
Keokea David Kapohaklmohewii,
Mrs. David Kapohaklmohowa, Manuel
Carvalho, Miss Mary Rodrigues, Miss
Kealahou J. Vincent, Mrs. J. .Vin
cent, Miss E. Copp, Miss Rebecca
F. W Hardy, MIbs Roe
E. Crook, Miss Mao Alana, Miss Ame
lia Tarn Yau.
Pala Thomas W. Records, W. C.
Crook, Miss Agnes Ploper," Miss Eucy
Richardson, M. G. An jo, Miss Elvira
Soper, Mrs. T. W. Records, Miss C. Io
Hamakuapoko Miss Mary E. Flem
ing, Miss Slgrld Hannostad, Mrs. L
II. Poyum, John Gonsalves, one to
Haiku T. R. Hlnckloy, ono to ap
point. Kulaha (now) One to appoint.
Kaupakalua W. I. WeUs, A. S. Me
delros, Miss Rose Tan Yau.
Halohaku Miss Rachaol Kiakona,
Miss Cathcrino Choy. - ''
Huolo E. J. Smytho.
Hana Supervising Principal W. W.
Keanao Sara Kawaiaea, Mrs. Nancy
Nahlku Jamos S. Achong.
Hana Mrs. Loulso C. Fraln, Mlia
Who Is making a hit at the
Lewa Iokln, Miss Jennie Plant, Mmi
Haou John Mcdelros, Mrs. J. Mo
Klpahulu Mrs. W. W. Taylor, Ml-s
Ncllio Amana, Miss Fook Gin Yap. !
Kaupo Mrs. L. A. Marclol, Oliver,
Ulaino Mrs. M. P. Morrill. j
.Kaeleku William K. Kekapa.
HI THE LIBERT!
For just a moment last night it aP- " appears that Doroforsio while
peared as though grim tragedy was ndcr tho influence of liquor brandish
to stalk behind the scenes of the .Lib- d a big knife and shouted a ch l
erty theater and claim one of tho 'enge for anyone to come and right
Juvenile Bostonians for his victim, ''im.
liuring tho wait between the acts tho I Someone undertook to get him un
girls were fooling about In the usual co"tro1 aml Messrs Castro, Q.iad
wav when one of the suggested play-' 138 and Meters joined in the mlx-up
Alice Kelley was chosen as tho
"victim," put on a box ana a ropo
hanging from up abovo placed ro tnd
her neck. Tho usual mimic stunts
wore gone through and the "victim,"
whose hands were luckily not bound
to her sides In tho conventional mov
ing picture manner, played up to her
Suddenly the box on which sho wa3
standing slipped from under her feet
oi. d she was left dangling in midair
with the ropo stretched taut. A
scream went up from the girls snj n
rush was Immediately made to rescuo
the unfortunate child.
Luckily there had been no slack on
the ropo nnd tho jerk had not be-m
i too sudden or there would have been
a tragedy. As it was the ropo left
a bic rod mark round Miss KellvTn
. ' . 1
h'jck mm ior some umo aiiorwaru i
the game of "hanging" is kapu.
A sprained ankle may as a rule bo
cured in from three to four days by
applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and observing tho directions with each
bottle. For. salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for Ha
waii. Every patron of tne "Classified"
page of The Star Is a friend of that
page. Why? Because Star "Classi
fied" advertising brings results.
Fin Job Printing a tho Star office.
S PERSONS IN
ENGINEER W. A. HARDY returns to
Kauai tomorrow afternoon.
REV. W. 8. SHORT is returning homo
in the Claudine tomorrow.
MR. and MR8. AIKEN aro returning
to Maul in tho Claudino tomorrow.
JOHN HUGHES is booked on tho
stoamor Claudino that loaves to
morrow. FRANCIS GAY will bo
passongor In '.tho steamer
Hall tomorrow. .
J. A. BALCH i booked for Kauai in
the stoamor W.JG, Hairthat loaves
L, VON TEMPSKY returns to hta;
Liberty with her yodel songs.
Francisco Castro, Frank Quadras
and John Peters aro under arrest on
suspicion of having beaten up a Fili
pino named Lucas Doroforsio in Aali
Tark early this morning.
The Filipino was to have appeared
to swear out warrants against the
trio this morning but has so far failed
to put In an appearance.
to the Filipino s no small paysicai
Other arrests today were:
i Robert Elmer, profanity; Tom Shcr
j ldan, drunk; ana Joaquin Tabata, sup
l i-osed to be Insane.
Preparations for the tas day wh'c'1
will bo conducted by tho King's--Daughters
for tho purpose of increas
ing tho bulldino; fund with which the
v.lll erect tho new homo tor tho a"ed
on Waialae road aro well under way
Tags have been printed, tho city
manned out in camnalcn sections and
the task of recrultinir the chanorons
and taggers Is now in tho hands of
airs, james uicunell and Mrs. 11. E
Webster. Tho lot which tho King's
Daughters havo purchased as the slto
for tho new home is at Fourth ave
nue and Waialae road, a strip of land
four hundred feet long by two hun
dred wide, which will be ample spaco
for tho concrete edifice which the cir
cle proposes to build as soon as the
Tho tagging will begin at 8 olosk
Saturday morning, June 8, and will
continue until 2 p. m. when fho armv
of girls will assomblo at the Odd Fel
lows hall to turn In their banks.
Fine Job Printing. Star Office.
ranch on Maul. Ho takes a party
with hlra and leaves In tho Claudino
W. D, COWLE8, son of Admiral
Cowles, left in tho steamer Honc
lulan on Wednesday to enter tho U.
S. naval academy at Annapolis.
MRS. WATERHOUSE, of Kauai, who
has been spending a fow days in
town, returns tomorrow in tho W.
L. D. TIMMONS has roslgnod from
. his position, as manager of Tho Ha
waiian Star Newspaper Association,
to tako effect July 1, and-will tako
up other work concerning which nr
nouncqmont will be made on Juno
THE KING OF
Ask your Grocer for It.
Is the only DRY CLEANING SHOP on
the Island. We do the work as it is done
on the coast.
Phone 3350 for the Auto
CLOSING OUT SALE OF MENS'
This department of our business will be discontinued, so. while
the goods last, will be Bold regardless of price.
10 8. KING STREET, between Nuuanu and Bothel.
Remember the Hot Days
Be cool and comfortable all of this
summer by installing now ....
An Electric Fan
A mild breeze or a strong wind by the regulation of the.
Order one by phone now and be comfortable.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.,
LIMl 1 ED
FINE ORIENTAL GOODS
Original Designs Large Aenortmeut Crepe and Embroideries, Cia
Kimonos, Carted iTory, Brassware. Vases, Carved Furniture, etc.,
The Japanese Bazaar
FORT STREET near Convent
CEMETERY VASES FROM 35c to 75c EACFI
(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-lnch Jardiniere for 25c,
For other agricultural implements visit our household de-.
partment on the second floor.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
55-B7 .Kino Street.
e have given special attention
to Decoration Day requirements and
are showing In our ewa window the
many articles usually needed for the