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PAUAHI MEMORIAL ML
Completed- About the First of
TIIK M:V F.nil'ICK PRESENTED
nv :. it. hihiioi
Description or the New Anaciiiblr
Hall, limine College, manual
Training Quaiter and Hew
One of tho most substantial and
miiBsive-tooking structures in the
Islands today is the now Puuuhi
Memorial flail roopntly con
struotetl in the grounds of Onhu
Collego at PunahO'i, of which a
faithful representation is givon
is tho rosult of amagnlQcont don
ation made ,by ChaB.UBiBhnpv
Esq., to perpotuato tho momory
of his docoased'wifo. Work wrb
commenced on tho building last
November and It is hoped that it I
will bo roady for occupancy ini-
modiatolv after tho '
Thn building is of blub"
lava from the cuarry in
Manoa Valley, which
produoes a vory fine
grained and pretty, stone,
is ot two stories with :--
high bosoment nndor- , :..
noiLtn nnu aomrui i wer. -r- -
terraces and verandas
Viowed from any aspoct
its architectural beanty
commont, although tho
front view iB by far tho
most imposing. Tho
extreme dimensions of
tho building aro 104x70
foot and the height from
tho ground to tho top of
tho observatory Jb some
Tho main entrance fronts on
tho largo collego campus from
nhioh one ascends handsomo
stono stops to tho terrace whioh
is protected and partly enc sed
by tho extending wings. On
this torrnce will be- placed hun
dreds of boautiful palms and
ferns in pota, all of whioh 'have'
boon cultivated on tho grounds
and aro now ready to bo- pi od
in position. On oithor sido of
tho central-flight of stairs' leading
from the main terrace to tho p-
, por floor aro handsomo doorways
giving ingroBS to tne main null
way, which is of an irregular
semi-circular shapo 'and aoout
20x54 feot in bize. This contral
stair-caso whioh is partly out of
doors conducts tho visitor to a
landing from whenco other flights
ascend eithor on the right or lef
to tho floor abovo. Directly jn
front of these stairs and in plain
viow from tho landings and hall
underneath will bo a largo mural
tablot of brass with a auitablo in
Hoription to tho donor of tho
building. Thero is also a sido
ontranco and porch on the
end fuoing tho Bishop Hull
of Soionco, wh-lo tho en
trance to tho basomoiit is
on tho other sido of tho building.
In tho basement whioh will
bavo aoonofeto. and otmont floor
are two' workro'oms 28x30 and
20x28 feet respectively, designod
for carpenter shops, turning
lathes and other, machinery, and
printing offico, all of whioh de
partments aro to bo gradually in
troduced into tho col logo courco.
Hero is also a room 20x76" feet for
manual training, oalisthonics,
etc.. bosidos tho boys' lavatory
10x20 feot, and necossary toilot
rooms. A hallway 18x60 also
forms part of the basomont ar
rangomont. Tho coiliugs of the
bii semen t throughout are eight
On tho main floor to tho right
of the main stairway is a largo
room 20x28 foot which' fl bo
especially fitted up for'tho uses of
tho Business College. A countor
will bo extoudod across tho room
with wlro screening above similar
to tbat lately put in Bishop's
bank over which business trans
actions will bo mado jnat tho
baiiio or in a large cora
jneroial Untltntion. Stenography,
typewriting and. Jboo'kkoeping
classes will use this "room, tho
portion outside the counter being
fitted with dedks and. tho usual
oflioe furniture, Adjoining this
room and at the ond nf tho hall
way wh oh oxtords uoarly ncrnss
tho length of the building, 20x61
feot, is tho .oflico of Prosident
Uosmer, n largo' and huifdsomo
room with a large bay window.
Seated in a revolving chair in
ths bay window ono can obtain
id viowof every 'building on the
grounds and.iby opening the door,
of the main hallway and nearly
the whole of tho same floor. Eloo-
trie bells will comraunicato
from all nartsmr tho1
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Pauahi Memorial Hall,
building, and it will bo. hand
somoly iitted up.
On the samo floor at ttio other
end of tho building is tho now
library room. This is 28x30 feet
in extent with aToooss 11x12
whioh is to bo devotod to repair
ing and binding books, oto. The
ehelving containing the books
will bo partitioned off by an artis
tio iron railing, outside of which
will be a doss whoro students will
register their names - and the
numbor of the 'book handed to
thorn. This room will bo fur
nished with reading dosfcs- for
periodicals and other appropriate
furniture, and under tho system
to bo adopted each student will
become responsible for'tho book
takon and for oreful'uBoge. Ad
joining ,tho library .is tho girls J
Grossing' room lUxlz, a girls
lavatory 9xl4 and tho boys' hat
room. Oponing from tho. main
hall aro throe olass rooms oaoh
21x24 foot, to be supplied with
desks arranged jn ,semi-oiroles
facing that of tho teacher.
On tho upper floor is a similar
ball-way whioh onons into -the
main assembly hall. This beau
tiful room is of irregular .shape
and is 47x59 feet. Tho seats
facing tho platform or stugo are
arranged aftor tho stylo of thosa
in tho United States Senate, each
occupant having an, .unobstructed
yjey of whatever is going' on,
This will be tho main recitation
room of tho school, and to it
olassos from all parts of tho build
ing will bo summoned when re
quired by moans of oleotrio bells
As one olass leaves tho teacher
will Bimply' press a button
and another pno will ..oojno in.
At tho rear of tho stage is a large
recess in which will be placed tho
large organ, tho gift of Mrs, S. N.
CnBtlo in momory of her husband,
who was thq-loBt surviving room
bor of tho original Board of
TriiBtoos of Punahou colloga and
for forty yoars troaBiuor thereof.
Folding doors on oithor sido of
tho hull nnon into large class
rooms 29x28 and 20x20 foot.
When necessary for public outer
tainmonts or othorwise thoso two
rooms can bo thrown into tho
main hall, making a hall 47x100
In this hall night and morning
the wholo school will assemble for
prayers and singing to tho accom
.paniment of tho organ.
In tho roar of tho organ loft is
an iron spiral stairway loading to
tho observatory n om above, which
is twolvo feet square, Tho obsor
vatory proper will be still abovo
"and will bo twelve feot in diameter
inside. It is modeled after tho
famous Lick Obsorvntory at
Mount Hamilton, California, and
will bo supplied with tho nocos-
sary instruments. Tho collego'
already owns a nne telescope? Tho
floor" of tho obBorvatory room is
f48 feet from tho ground, ond tho
tower is constructed bf 'masonry
of tho most substantial character
to prevont any possible vibration.
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Tho main assembly hall is also
to bo used as an art gallery and
will be adorned with statues and
other works of art. The room will
be finished off in native woods,
simply oiled and varnished.
Throughout tho building double
floors aro the rule, resulting in
extra stability and in the
deadening of all noise
from tho upper floor. Tho
wholo building will bo fitted
throughout with oleptrio lights
and bells, all tho switohos being
placed at the doors of tho rooms.
All that will bo necessary to do
at night is to opon a door and
turn the switfch and the room will
be lighted in an instant.'
Tho plumbing; is of tho very
latest dosign, embodying all tho
reoont sanitary improvomonts
and evory portion of it is both
easily accessiblo and open to
view. Tho roof will bo of Copper,
but flutod into the shapo of Span
Tho contract for tho stone work
on tho building was awardod to
Arthur Harrison for $38,000 and
ho has nearly complotod his por
tion of tho work, only tho oemont.
pointing of tho stono work re
maining to be added. A visit to
tho building, is suflioient to show
that tho work done has boon of
tho best. The carponter work
haBjbeon awarded to Dall & Co.
for $22,000 and tho plumbing to
Em molu th & Co. for about $6,500.
Tho flooifl of tho alcoves and
bojponies will bo of patent tilos,
in black, red and yellow, and tho.
arched coilings wherever exposed
to tho woathor will bo ofooment
instead of plaster. f
Among tho projocted improve
ments at this collego may be men
tioned tho ro-pointiug and paint
ing of the Bishop Hall of Soionco,
in what is situated tho museum
and chomical laboratory of the
school; tho formor of whioh is
rapidly assuming protontious
proportions, for tho luttor is not
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oqualjcd outside of San Francisco
in soiontiflc appliances foi tho
study of chemistry, quolitativo
and quantitative malyBes, and
kindred studios. Tho old school
hall is to bo entirely rcmodolcd
and modernized or) Boon as Pauahi
Hall is roady for use. but plans
bnvo not yol been adopted.
Tho need of a building and ap
pl iancos for tho promotion of physi-oal-culturo
and gymnasium pur
poses is bocoming moro ond more
npparont as timo rolls by, and
it is hoped somothing will bo
dOno to supply this want in tho
near future ' 'y'
Tho gift of Hon. ChnrlcBH.
Bishop of -$05,000 for th?? 'erection
of a now Preparatory' School, lis
montioned in rocent dispatches
from the Coast, will add much to
the usefulness of an already use
ful college and will be highly ap
preciated by every ono connected
with it. v
Many improvomonts aro to bo
mado about the, grounds, ono of
whioh is tho building, of n now
, road from -jtho main
entrance. '.This is to
bo ohongod ' from its
present position to a
point in tho rear of
Pauahi Hall and tho
roadway will go direct
to tho. main building?.
It will bo macadamized
and ordered with suitn
blo sidowalks, flower
bods, palms, etc., for
uavo already beon made.
Tho Btono fonoo
around the grounds has
been extended 1000 feet
in the laBt two years,
aud tho now portions
planted with night
blooming coreus. Tho
whole fenoe bus been
covered with these
boautiful flowers during tho past
SCOURGE STILL STRIKES.
OASIS OP CHOLERA
OSIK DEATH TODAY.
Nven Patient lu Hoapttal DMas
NicelyThirteen New Cane and
Six Death Nlucei Tuuraday
Thoro were three cases of cho
lora today up till 2 o'olook.
1. Jack, roportod at 9 a.m.,
ago, 50; location, rear of Bay
viow; physician, Dr. Wayson.
2. Keakalokia, male, ago 13,
takon sick' ot 9 a. m.; locality;
Aala; physician, Dr. Wayson;
takon to hospital at 12 noon.
3. Paku, male, age 50; locali
ty, Kokauliko street; physician,
Dr. Smith; taken to hospital at
1:40 p. m.
From yesterday morning until
6:35 a. m. today, there were teii
oasos and six deaths, The doaths
worn as follows:
W. H. Goobal.U.S.S.Benning
ton, ago 20.
Kaohalii, ago 70, malo; diod
on way to hospital.
Mury Kabeiwabi, ago 41.
Pilipo Kohimile, ago- 35. malo.
J'noina, nge 50, malo.
Mrs. Alox. Smith took sick at
11:80 p. m.yostorday ; Kingstreot;
reported by Dr. Horbert; died at
6:35 a. m. today.
i Thero havo boon thirteen oasos
from the afternoon of the 29th till
tho afternoon of tho 31st, today,
and six deaths.
Nobody is allowed toloave town
without a permit from tho Board
of Health. Tho Hoalth Office is.
opop day and night.
Dr. MoGrow and Dr. Surmaun
havo both boon colled in to seo
Thoro aro sovon pationts in tho
hospital at Kakonko. Thoy woro
all doing nicoly this aftornoon.