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Honolulu, Juno 12.
Temperature, t &. n., s a. m.; 10
u m and morning minimum:
72, 78, 7S, SI, 71.
Barometei leading; ibsoluto hu
midity (grains per cuuls foot); rcla
Utb humidity and dew point at S
30.12, D7. 01, 5.S5S.
Wlna veloau ana direction at 6 .
n.; 8 a. m,; 10 a. m and noon:
SNE, CNE, 9KB, ONE.
Rainfall Curing 21 noum ending S
Total wmo movement during 14
WM. U. STOCKMAN,
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL
Paragraphs That Give Condensed
News of the Day.
One of the nleawint features uf the The party wan then presented In
eiiitagement of the Jttwnlle Ikmloti- lvltltmlly to Her Majesty and the
... . Ttnii.. ih. i.Hi.iimi 1"''"C attsrwnrd to tho ladles
prmient. There were wlo and duets
or yueen miihoiwiuii to v.m wr ni ruiluw.t1 ,,y qlwrtotB ,, lrios, each
Wnnlilnnton Place after the perform- BrltBt aequlttlnit herself with oretllt
nice Wednesday night. Naturally and much pleasure to tho Queen.
In Imitation murk ml an epoch In Mls Collnls and Mrs. Charles Hall
i he lives of the Utile :rlft and during contributed to n progra inof Hnwal-
tlic performance of Tips Inst night Ian and English airs that were much
their minds woro, It la anlil, much onjoyed by tho visitors, who in turn
en the prospect of seeing the lady sang songs that hav egrown popular
who once ruled the peoplo of Hawaii. In Honolulu since the company ar-.
Leaving the thenter at quartor-past rived. Mtss Thorn Helen, Miss Lois
ten tho children retired to tho hotel Mason, Miss Jeff Monroe, Miss PatBy
where dresses were changed and, nc- Henry, Miss Dixie White, Miss Dodo
companled by Mrs. Lang and two Ho- Cnnfleld, Miss Ethel Stoddard and
nolulu ladles and Musical Director Miss Stubble Mayllng rendered solos,
George Bromley, they walked over to the two last nlso taking part In the
the Queen's resilience. A special quartet with Miss BIllcc O'Neill and
wish of Her Majesty was that she bo Tna Mitchell.
privileged to hoar tho girls sing "Oh As tho little folks loft the grounds
HliiBhlng Moon," and Mrs. Lang ar- they sang "On Moonlight Bay." Tho
ranged to have It rendered ns they affair was beautifully informal and
marched. up the walk. j the Queen expressed herself as do-
At the veranda they were met by lighted with tho children, paying 'Airs,
tho Queen and Princesses Knwanana- Lang a personal compliment for the
koa and Kalnnlannolo and Mr. Aca caro she had evidently shown as their
and escorted to the reception room, chaperono and foster "mother."
MM I en who hM wmi In r Into
the pood urare of the attifttnm by
her rlevir. htlftht miiRlna. In alao
looked for a number of nongn that
I art ik w in Honolulu.
I'ntay Hniiry, another el ver Utile
comedian, la down for wnni Rood fun
The Juwnlle llostonlnnn enter on and ha an offaet lo her comedy there
(he last few nights of their stay In will ho pretty little Lola Mason who
Honolulu tonight when they will has inado such a name for herself
rmgo "Dolly Dimples," a charmln ' with hor yodellng songs. Another
little piece consisting of two parts. or these will be heart! tonight.
In the Ilrst half the program Is ar- Llxle White Mill be on hand nnd
OH COLLEGE ALUMNI WILL
A chauffeur desires a position with
For tno best made rubber stamps
ro to Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd. They
C. H. Brown found a loaded shell
In tho hulk of the former Hawaiian
Window envelopes nt Hawaiian Star
office. No addressing necessary in
sending out bills, etc.
New line Panama hats Just received.
Elegantly Kirnisned rooms with ho
and cold baths at Hotel Arlington.
Seats are on sale ar. the Promotion
rooms. Young building, for the Eva
Mylott song recital. Phone 2345.
Mrs. Taylor, the florist, is making a
specialty of basket and bouquet work
with class ribbons worked in. Just
the thing for tho pretty girl graduate.
The harbor commission granted tho
petition of tho Kona Improvement
Club to change the location of tho
derrick on the new wharf at Napoo
poo. A sugar scow designed by John A.
Hughes was launched at Kahulul on
Monday. Itjs 80 feet long and has
a capacity of 250 tons. A sister scow
is nearly ready for launching.
Pacific Bobekah Lodge No. 1 twill
meet In I. O. O. F. hall this evening
n't half-past seven o'clock. After
a. card party will be given which all
Kobekahs nnd friends are cordially In
vited to attend.
The annual meeting of the Kaahu
manu Society will be held In Kawal
ahao church tomorrow, at the usual
hour. There will bo an election of
officers at this meeting and all mom
bors are requested to attend.
Edward L. Like, a native printer
r.'id editor, died nt the Queen's Hos
pital on Tuesday. Ho will be buried
In Hilo. Mr. Like was elected to the
legislature on the Democratic ticket
in 1910. Ho was born In Hilo and edu
cated nt Iolani College, Honolulu, an
der Bishop Willis.
Charles Avril & Co., Paris, have
written to the chamber of commerce
seeking communication with a first
class maker of preserved Hawaiian
pineapples. Secretary II. P. Wood
will seud copies of the letter to tho
lurious pineapple companies hore.
The case of Itc.a Lee Tyler versus
Hen Wise ana' Kate Milton is again
on trial In Judge Coopor's court. In
the ilrst trial of the case the plaintiff
lost, Init she appealed to tho supremo
court, which sustained her and re
manded the caio to the circuit judge
for another trial.
Tho American Federation of Must
clans, with headquarters at St. Louis,
lias notified Captain Weedon o tho
Itatson steamor Lurllno that his
check for $20.15 as a donation to tho
Titanic fund, collected aboard tho
Lurllno through a concert given by
the Itlccl Saxophone Quartet, had
NOTICE: All organizations con
templating taking part In the Fourth
of July Parade will please notify Dep
uty Grand Marshal Norman B. Court
tenay of such fact as 60on as possN
The annual meeting of the Oaha
College alumni will bo held next Sat
urday afternoon on the College cam
pus besldo the spring at half past four
During the past few months a com
mittee of the alumni has been plan
ning how to raise funds for tho
erection of an alumni building In the
future. Theb ullding will have a
large auditorium capable of seating
several hundred peoplo and will also
have rooms devotpd to athletic pur
poses. At the present time tho girls h&vo
no dressing or bath roomo and no
incentive to take any exercise, nor
does the school provide any instruc
tor to teach both girls and boys.
This matter Is looked on as of
great Importance both by the trustees
and those Interested and 't Is felt
that steps should bo taken as soon
r.s possible to provide tho building.
At tho meeting to be held on Sat
vrday, President drimths, Dr. Hobdy
ai'd one of tho alumni will make
short addresses on the subject of
what tho school most needs today,
what o properly equipped building
could furnish and what physical in
Stiuctlon would benefit tho students.
At the conclusion of the addresses
tho meeting will resolve Into a social
gathering and refreshments will be
served b ytha College glee club.
It Is hoped that all alumni and past
sti'dents of either the college or tho
preparatory school will avail them
selves of the opportunity to get In
touch with school needs and renew
ble. Address all communications,
Deputy Grand Marshal Norman B.
Courtenay, Fourth of July Committee
Headquarters, Hawaiian Trust Co.
Bldg., 2nd Floor, Honolulu. A. M.
Brown, Grand Marshal. Telephone
At a meeting of the trustees of the
chamber of commerce yesterday, at
tended by President E. r. Spalding, 13
V. Bishop, F. Klamp, J. W. Waldron,
E. D. Tenney, E. E. Paxton and E. II.
Wodehouse, a letter was read from
E. n. Stackablo, collector of cus
toms, stating that W. H. Tldwell, spo-i-lal
agent of tho IT. S. treasury do
1 ni tment, had decided not 'to recom
mend the nbollshlns of Hilo, Kahulul
Mahukona and Kqloa as ports of entry.
Clever Bostonlan Yodeler.
ranged along the lines of a concert Ethel Stoddart Stubby Myling, the
so that the girls will all have special little mascot of the company, has a
numbers. In the second half a pro- line little song of her own that she
ty little one net piece will bo will sing and there should bo a good
staged called "Dolly's Dilemma." evening's nmusement before the local
Dodle Canfield, the clever little theatergoers.
comedian of the company, has some On Monday night a request program
special stunts arranged for tonight will be put through and anyone who
and has a couple of songs that she wishes to hear an old favorite again
has kept for -the closing week. Thorn should Inform the management.
CITY AND COUNTY
BY THE THOMAS
Drillmasters at SchoMeld Barracks,'
particularly those of ne cavalry,
woro not particularly enthusiastic
yesterday when they learned that the
transport Thomas had brought a
number of recruits for tho different
arms of th eservlce here, including
193 men for tho Fifth Cavalry. Soven
men formed the First Field Artillery
contingent, there were two for tho
Coast Artillery, 10 for the First In
fantry an dllu for the Secon dlnfan
As a result of tho arrival of the
recruits tho parade grounds at Scho
field will be dotted with awkward
squads for some days to come. I
Captain Itaymond S. Pratt, First
Field Artillery, who arrived in the
transport yesterdny, comes only to
closo pu his, affairs in connection
with tho battery. Ho has been de
tailed as paymaster and will bo sta-'
tloned at Now York. j
Liout. Col. H. C. Benson, Fifth
Cnvalry, did not arrive In tho trans-'
port. Ho has been detailed for duty
on the genornl sta Hand Is awaiting
orders, In San Francisco, to proceed
to Washington. J
THE BIG ISLAND
Superintendent Pope has opened
negotiations! with the land 'depart
ment for the Kaalau site on the isl
and of Hawaii where a new school
edifice will be constructed to accom
modate children of residents of Pa
i nnloa and Kapehu who are at pres
ent without educational facilities.
Agitation among parents of the
nt 'gbborhood for a school wss start
ed several months ago and has ra-
Bultntl In C. McLennan, manager of
the Laupahoehoe Sugar Co., making
a proposition to the educational de
partment hrough Eugene Horn, sup
ervising principal of the district.
in a letter to Mr. Horn, the plan
tation manager has explained that for
seme time the families in Papaaloa
end Kapehu have been making re
quests for a school nearer than' the
present one at Laupahoehoe and as a
result, if tho board will choose' a
site, the sugar company will erect a
school and teachers' cottago and
await tho supervisors' convenience for
reimbursement, Tho letter furthor
mentions that the Kaalau site Is at
tho disposal of the board and that
all concerned are desirlous that the
Knalau site bo tho one chosen by
the board on account of its central
The letter wns forwarded to Mr.
Popo by Principal Horn and the sip
ciintendont of education will take im
mediate steps to procure the site so
as to allow tho sugar company .o
go' ahead with the construction of tho
Sovoral othor projects for now
Fthool buildings are In tho air at
present, chief among theso being
plans for schools at KalihI-kai and
Besides tho Kapehu building, say
oral new schools aro to bo erected on
Hawaii during tho coming year.
q'leered It with their exacting cliima
for damages and their refusal to see
betterments In the same light, as the
A ,.nn..ln n.nnllnn, nt tlln l.nn.J it?
!.-.. ,.....6 t luu - Possibly all improvements vmler
supervisors will b0 held this evening. consIderatlon be ,eft to tho ca.
There is no special business in b , he,d . ,
sight, but it is likely that some of ,nR oyop tho Bppropr,Rtjon bn, for
the improvempnt schemes IYi contem
plrtlon will como up for discussion.
One of these is the Punloa road c n
tract for which preliminary estimates
have been made. It is known that
some of the supervisors wish to male
tlni highway to the Pearl Harbir na
a' station on? of th0 monuments of
the present term.
It is understood that the wiilen'n;
of Hotel street nt Fort is practically
a dead project so far as the present
hoard is concerned. Abutting and
neighboring property owners
the last six months of tho term.
Registration of voters is bocomin
slower as the days fly past toward
the elections. The number this morn
ing was only 1210, although the 4000
mark was reached some weeks ago,
Probably there will be no n:sh to
legister until after the precinct clubs
pel into action after reorganization
for the campaign.
LOS ANGELES, California, Juno
13. Disagreement over tho question
of a roforeo for the match botweon
Ad Wolgast nnd Joq Illvors, is likely
to bring tho negotiations to an abrupt
PRIVATE SECRETARY M'CLELLAN
(Special Correspondence of the Star.)
WASHINGTON, Juno 1. Secretary
McCleTlan went to Now York on Juno
8 to meet his wife and son, who havo
been In Europe for the past year, and
accompanied them to their homo In
Washington. J. A. BltECKONS.
.Theodore Roosevelt Camp, S.ianlsh
War Veterans, visited Makapuu light-
have i house in a body on Saturday last.
IN THE NEWS
Fine Job Printing, StM Office
JAMES M. MONSARRAT, district
magistrate of Honolulu,' where ho
was born, Is fifty-eight years old
J. F. ECKHARDT, superintendent of
the Queen's Hospital, is celebrat
ing his 54th birthday. He was bom
In Oldenburg, Germany, and camo
hore in 1878.
v m m
MISS MIYAHARA, a pupil of McKin
ley high school of this year's clasi,
will read the. Declaration of hide
pendonco In the literary exercises
on the Fourth of July.
H. O. WOOD, recently of tho Univer
sity of California, accompanies
Prof. Jaggar to the Technology sta
tion at tho volcano and will have
charge of tho solsmograph.
W, W. CHAMBERLAIN has resigned
as mannger oT the Guardian Tru.it
' Co., Ltd., nnd will Jeave in Sentem-
her for the mainland, on account of
his health, and remain away at least
F. H. KANNE of San Francisco ar
rived hero In tho Wllhclmlna to ac
cept a responsible pailtlon with Mnc
farlano & Co. Mr, Kcnne Is a well
known athlete and professional base
MAJOR CHEATHAM, U. S. A., who
has been assigned to the department
of Hawaii ns chief constructing
quartermaster, arrived' In tho trans
port Thomas yesterday afternoon,
nccompnnled by Mrs. Cheatham,
Beginning June 1st, 1912
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$ discontinued the dining room
1 service for the off Tourist
Season only. Good meals
I may be obtained close to
j Greatly Reduced Rates
are being offered for a limited number
j of Rooms, with or without bath.
f. This is a
of unusual excellence located in the best
residential district, ten minutes from the
shopping district in 4 ACRES OF
BEAUTIFUL TROPICAL GARDEN.
Large cool outside rooms.
Private sleeping verandas.
Phones in all the rooms.
Artesian plunge. Night
and day tennis. Free garage.
1 Special RATES by the MONTH
three children and Mrs. Cheatham'
l-APT. WARREN T. HANNUM of
Company I, Third Battalion of En
glneors stationed at Fort de Bussy,
will deliver an illustrated lecture
en tho Panama canal In tho Opera
house tho evening of June 27. un
der the nu.splces of tho chamber of
CHARLES W. BALDWIN, on0 of tho
supervising principals for Oahu, has
published a statement giving it as
his opinion that tho hostile atti-
tudo of some of the commissioners
toward tho superintendent consti
tutes a menace to tho educational
system of the Territory.
C- D. LUFKIN, a Hawaiian banker,
and an authority on tho territory's
sugar and plneapplo interests, to at
the Stewart en route homo from
New York. Mr. Lufktn is cashier of
tho First National bank of "Wailu
ku, and holds n similar position
with the Lahaina National bank of
Lahalna, Tioth on tho Island of
Maui. Tho Stewart guest hn,3 a
word of 'Interest to say about tho
marvelous growth of tho -canned
plneapplo -industry of Hawaii. This
year tho production is expected to
reach a million cases and tho de
mand continues greater than tho
supply. Much San Franci.sco capi
tal Is lnvosted' in tHeso canneries
nnd more is flowing Into tho samo
channel. Tho industry took its great
start about tlx yearn ago. San
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