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kMERRY WAR FOR TWO DAYS
To Go cr Rot to Go Is the Problem of
Cobea of the Orpheum Raises Bis Act? to $5000
And Col. Thompson or the Lyilc Spurns
the Cola Passports, Etc.
AL60A EASILY OFF REEF
THE PARAMOUNT LANGUAGE
YARIOUS CONSULS PLEASED
Extracts From Letters Received by tht
Hit local Board of Health.
CHRISTMAS DAY AT KEALIA
foptaln Didn't Know He Was
English the Vehicle for Teaching in the
Kanal Will Tarn Oat la
LAST CALL FOR CHRISTMAS
Stores Brighter and Gtods Cheaper
Than Ever Before.
Where You Can Fled the Best the Market Affords
- Give With a Liberal Hand and Spend
Mooej to the Best Advantage.
A merry war in theatrical circles
still occupies nn interesting placo on
the local stage. Manager Cohen Bays
that Col. Thompson of tho Boston
Lyrics Is playing tho part of the heavy
vllllan, and Thompson says that Cohen
is the had man of tho play.
Tho'Orphcum people still claim that
Thompson and tho Boston Lyrics will
play nt tho Orpheum. Thompson is
equally posltlvo In his denlnl. In or
der to make good their claim, tho Or
pheum management has made all nr
langoments to attach tho property of
the Doston Lyrics after the perform
ance on Monday night, and also to stop
the passports 'of tho Colonel and his
troupo should'they attempt to leave on
tho Australia Tuesday.
This morning Manager Cohen In
creased his guarantee fund nnd placed
$3,000 in gold coin in Bishop's hank
subject to tho call of Col. Thompson on
the fulfilment of Mr. Cohen's Interpre
tation of tho contract to stay. Mr.
Watty has written the Colonel that tho
money is at his disposal on condition.
The manner In which tho manager and
proprietor of the Boston Lyrics spurns
this llboral donation of coin indicates
that he does not consult his pocket
hook after ouco making up his mind.
Mr. Cohen has put up bonds over
against tho possibility of damngo suits
should It bo found necessary to appeal
to the courts to scttlo he differences.
Meanwhile the sale of seats for closing
tho opera season goes on merrily and
tho Orpheum Is preparing to givo .Ho
nolulu a season of opera nt popular
The Lyrics' Farewell.
Tonight and Monday night will bo
tho last performances given in Hono
lulu by tho over popular Boston Lyrics
nnd jammed houses should ho tho rulo
on both occasions. Tonight "The
Princess of Treblzondo" will bo given.
This Is tho funniest of all funny operas
nnd should pleaso all lovers of fun.
MIbs Stanton will bo Been as Prince
Raphael, while Henderson and Kunkel
will deal out laughs as the clown and
Christmas night will be tho biggest
nnd best bill of tho season containing
tho cream of what has been dono. On
account of late dinners tho perform
ance will not commenco until 8:30.
Seats will bo on salo at Wnll-Nlch6ls'
Monday, from 7 to 10 o. m. After that
hour at tho Opera House. Parties hav
ing seats reserved ore requested to call
for their tickets as thoy will not bo
kept after Mondny noon.
Central Union Specinl Music.
At Central Union church tomorrow
tho musical features will he:
Morning H. F. Wlchman voice, Miss
M. Hopper piano, Prof. Yaindley vio
lin, A. B. Ingalls organ. Tho selec
tion Is "The Christ Child.
Kvenlng Offertory, tenor solo,
"Noel," by Mr. A. L. Parmeluy, choir
chorus, "And tho tho Gloiy of tho
Lord," Hndel's "Messiah,"
Lord Curzon, as an oxnmplo to tho
natives in India, had himself inocu
lated with plague preventive and In
'speeches declared! that use of thisle
rum had reduced the death rato from
80 per cent to G per cent. It
On to Manila!
, A Complete History of
the Campaign oftiieVol-
Philippines, with an Ac
count of their first Re
ception in Honolulu.
A Limited Number on Sale by ....v.!
Wall, Nichols Co.,
Hawaiian News Co.,
1KL Golden, Rule Bazaar,
imi ,' "",v""" . icieu yuu i.mc 11 in.- mg iiuny piacesr from tho same source. f Wednesday, December 27. ' ,
Mistook the Buoy Handled 00 Earl; Tbls
Morning Biggest Cargo Steamer Ercr Id
This Port-No Damage.
The cargo, steamer Algoa arrived off
port at 10:30 last night nnd rnn on the
reef near red buoy No. 1, where she
stuck fnst on the Wnlktkl side of the
At the ttmo bIio struck no pilot was
on hoard and when Pilot McCauley
pulled alongside, half an hour later,
Captain Hnnford shouted down to him
that no pilot was wanted. When ask
ed if ho was aground, tho captain re
plied: "I don't know; hardly think
so." It seems to bo tho Idea that ho
did not fully realize tho seriousness
of his position at tho tlmo on account
of tho vessel striking so easily, and
was hoping to pull her off tho reef
without assistance and beforo news of
tho accident reached shore.
Tho pilot boat convoyed tho news,
however, and tho agents and Insuranco
peoplo sent out (ho Elcu and tho Iro
quois. Tho Elou arrived first nnd had
tho Algoa afloat by 2 o'clock. Tho Al
goa came into port at 8:30 this morn
ing. Captain Hansbrough, commander of
the Algoa mado tho following state
ment as to how tho accident occurred:
"I had no Intention of coming Into tho
harbor last night, as I am not so mad
as to attempt to enter n port In tho
dark, especially when I have never
been there beforo. Wo were standing
by the anchor to drop it at tho time,
when I saw the buoy alongside. There
Is a clump of plies at the' mouth of tho
harbor and I mistook tho piles for this
buoy which Is set down In tho chart
Tho ship was stopped and began to go
nBtern immediately upon seeing tho
piles, and tho first thing I knew the
red buoy was-alongsldc. The buoy got
under the ship's quarter and wo were
unablo to move tho propellor, so tho
vessel gently drifted nshoro; so gently
that no ono know sho was aground un
til tho pilot camo alongside and (old
me so. I did not wish any assistanco
hut tho tug was sent out at 11 o'clock.
I took her lino and at 2 a.m. was pulled
off tho reef without any damago or
trouble. Tho buoy must have had a
hole stovo In It becauso It sank along
side. I toog anchorage outsldo nnd
camo In to harbor nt 8:30 this morn
ing." This Is very simple, but Captain
Hansbrough Is very fortunate If a
heavy sea had been on tho vessol would
have been In a most serious predica
ment. Tho Algoa lelt Yokohama Dec. 9,
with nearly a full cargo for Honolulu
and San Francisco. Sho Is tho largest
carrying ship cast of tho Suez Canal
and has tho largest register of any Bhlp
that has entered this harbor or that of
Xmas (it St. Andrews.
Tho services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Androw's Cathedral on
Monday, Christmas Day, will bo as fol
lows: C:30 a. m. Celebration of the Holy
9:30 a. m. Morning scrvlco and ser
mon, at which the choir of ladles and
gentlemen will render tho following
Carol "Tho Angel's Song"
Responses "Festival" Tallls
Venlte "O, Come Lot Us Sing" . .
To Duem In F Kotschmar
Jubllato Deo In O Wray Taylor
Anthem "Thus Spcaketh the Lord"
Hymn "O Como All Ye Faithful"
Hymn "Hark, tho Herald Angels
Following this scrvlco will bo a cele
bration of tho Holy Communion, dur
ing which will bo played on tho organ:
Elevation in E Saint Saens
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Christmas Evo 7:30 p. m. Even
song and sermon.
Christmas Day 6:30 a. m.: Holy
Communion; 7:30 a. m. Choral Cele
bration of tho Holy Communion; 11 a.
m. Matins and sormon; 3:30 p. in. Pulo
ahlahi; 7:30 p. m. Evensong and ser
mon. Merry Christmas, Camara.
Camara & Co. remembered its news
paper friends this morning with a lib
eral donation of tho best Seattle beer
and the splendid tablo clarot
which can bo had only at Camara's.
Tho Bulletin boys return tho compli
ments of tho season to tho popular
Major and his business associates.
When preparing for tho Christmas din
ner drop In on Camara & Co.
What to Bat and Where.
Batchelors, family parties and others
not engaged to dine out on Tuesdav vou
are not forgotten. The Hawaiian, Arling
ton and Orpheum hotels and the Home
Bakery have each provided an elaborate
menu calculated to sootn and comport the
inwara man. wnen a gooa uinner is ot
tered you "take It In."
Public Schools Here.
Expression of the Board of Education at a Re
cent Heeling- Refusal or Application lo
Arrange for Some Outside Schooling.
The principle Is again reiterated that In
this country's educational system the pub
lic school, In the English language, is
paramount, as elswhere under the St.-ir
and Stripes. The departure from the na
tive language In public shools was made
in a del I berate anderadual manner that was
accepted without arousing any antagon
isms. I he schools are non-sectarian and
the government of the system has never
vet had the Incident of rellgiousdlfferences.
It Is In the constitutions of the govern
ment that financial aid shall never be ex
tended by the legislature to a sectarian
I Is well know as the custom In Hawaii
for the Chinese and Japanese especially to
see thac their children have schooling In
their mother tongue. These schools ire
ordinarily held a couple of hours late In the
afternoon after th schools In English ha-
c urai uimih:5cu ior u.e uay. mere a e
a number of them In Honolulu, they being
one of the features of the remarkable life
of Chinatown and not bv any means the
In the first week of this month a Teauest
was filed with the Commissioners of Edu
cation here on behalf of thirty to thirty
five PUdIIs of a Jaoanese laniruafre $f hnnl
at Walluku, Maul, established under the
auspices or the Hawaiian bvangellcal
Association. I he leanest was that -for
the convenience or good of this school the
Government school, which the children
also attended, be dismissed for the day nt
If trnrlf wnnn InetmnA nf n .mini. Uhiim
liter. The Commissioners of Education,
at a meeting on Thursday last, dis
cussed the request at length, under
the geperal view of the relations of the
Department to outside schools taught in
language other than English. The con
clusion was as Intimated In the opening
lines of this account, and the request was
denlej. It may be stated that the people
of all nationalities have high appreciation
of the value of the public school system
In English, but some of them are at times
Inclined to be assertive in the desire to
have their own lancuaee used or made
available to the extent of preserving It
under school whh the children.
THE MISSIONARY FIELDS.
The Missionary schooner Hiram Bing
ham, Captain Walkup, sailed for the Gil
bert Islands yeMerday afternoon at 4
Previous to her leaving the old Fish
market wharf, simple and Impressive ser
vices were held on the dock by Rev. Hi
ram Bingham, O. P. Emerson, W W.
Hall, Captain Walkup anl about fifty
local Gilbert Islanders.
To Sjivc the Kllolinnn.
The steamer Keauhou returned Yester
day after a fruitless attempt at floating the
Klfohana off of the Lahaina reef. The
hull of the steamers Is In good condition,
but no result was gained by placing 200
empty sealed barrels and 4 large Iron tanks
Inside of her. There is still 85 tons of
:nal on board, all the rest of her heavy
freight having been removed. '
'I he Keauhou will. probably return to
the wreck this afternoon with anchors',
blocks and tickle with which to pull her
off Into deep water. The Nllhau is ex
pected to be there to assist.
There seems to be no doubt but what
the steamer will be saved.
The U. S. tug Iroquois leaves today In
company with the Keauhou for Lahaina,
to assist in floating the hull of the steam
er Kilohana. A wrecking crew and outfit
will be taken alone, also a number of tur
keys to enable all hands to enjoy a gen-
I iitn f hrtetmfic ll,inr ttrhll thM
"Cobby" Is to Wed.
Chas. A. (Cabby) Brown, has written
to a number of his friends In the Islands
that he Is soon to take unto himself a
wife. The lady Is a wealthy widow,
much In Boston, where the couDie met.
but a resident of Lowell, Mass., where she
has a large establishment. Including
coaches, etc. The wedding to occur "about
this time." The furture Mrs. Brown Is
known to people who have acquaintances
in the Islands and these write that she Is
a most charming lady of prominent fami
ly. Mr. Brown was last heard of In New
York City. He will return to the Islands
for a time In February next. This may
be the bridal tour. It Is not the Intention,
however, of Mr. Brown to again reside In
Hawaii, though he has large interests on
Oahu and at Hllo.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engraved
H. P. WICHMAN.
Wm. II. Coney of tho Bulletin ataff,
returned this morning from a vacation
trip to Kauai. t
A dispatch from Yokohama has it
that tho plaguo was brought to that
placo in cotton imported from China.
Tho first victims wero men who had
handled tho merchandise.
In the Police Court this forenoon Ho
Sav Kee. Yee Chu Tame and Ah Lin
were each fined I25 and costs on the
charee of v touting Section 878 of the
Penal Laws which deals with people keep
ing tiitny places, . -
"Eat, drink and bo merry, for to
morrow wo die," says Solomon. Whllo
this scriptural injunction as a con
tinuous dally pastime cannot bo eulo
gized cither as a means to attain a
high moral standard or n sound physi
que, mere nro occasions when It Is
politic to glvo heed to tho expression.
Tho present Is a fitting tlmo to throw
enro nnd physic, to the dogs and make
n tour of Inspec.on to ascertain what
tho various storekeepers havo provid
ed In tho way of gastronomic nnd
other comforts sultnblo for consump
tion, and pretty, amusing nnd useful
things for presentation, during tno
Xmas season. Among tho foremost in
the front lead comes Iionry May & Co.
This firm has a very extensive display
of overythlng tho market affords In
tho lino of groceries and edibles, con
iccttoncry, etc., their cxtonslvo stores
being amply stocked to meet tho lm
monso demands of their clientele.
Turning Into Hotel street, n magnifi
cent display of furnlturo nt tho Porter
Furniture Co.'s store meets tho cyo.
Here tho proprietor of tho humble cot
tago or tho Btntcly mansion can find
a mart In which to purchaso every ne
cessary article of furniture, of a kind
and prlco to suit his needs nnd purse.
The Knsh store, next door, has nn
lmmcnso stock of wearing apparel,
shirts, hosiery, neckwear, etc., which
nro well worth inspection. Every saio
hero Is mado on a cash basis, small
profits and quick returns being tho
Tho Nqw Englnnd Bakery nnd Con
fectionery Co., of which J. Oswald
Luttcd Is now tho sole proprietor and
manager, has been neatly nnd taste
fully decorated. In this well known
candy store may bo purchased locally
manufactured and Imported candles
nnd sweets of every kind, cither for
adult or Juvenile consumption. Tho
lannl ndjolnlng affords n comfortable
placo of rest where tea, colTcc, lco
cream and other refreshments mny bo
In tho lino of meats tho Metropolitan
Meat Con-pay this year oxcell them
selves to tho extent nnd quality of their
exhibit. Prime becveo from Australia
and California, 'rozen poultry, ducks,
geese, sucking pigs, etc., neatly orna
mented, recall vividly onos mind to
tho fact that tho festive occasion now
Camara & Co. havo catered exclu
sively to thoso who delight In drinking
prosperity to their friends and inci
dentally washing down their Xmas
cheer wltn a goblet of wlno. Tho
choicest of wines, beer and spirits nro
to bo had in hulk or bottlo from tho
finest vineyards, distilleries and brew
eries of California and tho world.
W. W. Dimond & Co. show a magni-
uccnt display or cut glassware, terra
cottn ware, cutlery, silverware, china,
etc. One may hero profitably spend an
hour in tho Inspection of tho choicest
nnd most uniquo articles of their class
In this city.
In the lino of toys, mechanical or
otherwise, Indestructible picture
books, horns and tho thousand and
ono appliances by which youngsters
give studious or noisy cvldcnco of en
joyment, Wall-Nichols & Co., tho Gol
den Rulle Bazaar, E.' W. Jordan &Co
and tho Pacific Import Co. keep a
The Bcrgstrom Co. havo a selection
of the finest musical Instruments on
the islands, comprising gifts suitable
for prince nnd peasant
Sachs Dry Goods 0 and Whitney &
Marsh, Ltd., hnvo a fine showing in
handkerchiefs, hosiery and ribbons.
Ladles should not fall to tako in this
For boot and snoo wear tho Manu
facturing Shoe Co. and Mclnerny, Fort
street, tako the palm. Tho elegant de
signs In lames' and gent's footgear
on salo by theso firms can not bo ex
celled In any Mainland cuy.
Miss Klllean's two stores in Hotel
street look particularly bright and at
tractive, hero elegant goods being dis
played to great advantage.
Whitman & Co.'s calcium king bi
cycle lamps help considerably to
brighten up Fort street during tho
Frank J. Krugcr displays a flno lot
of watches. Jewelry, etc, whllo photo
grapher Le Munyon guarantees to fur
nish you pictures of anything on theso
Islands ever photographed. King Bros,
will framo them.
Kamalnas nnd malilllnls alike will
take nolo that the city of Honolulu Is
prepared to supply visitors or resi
dents with goods of every class equal
to what tho Mainland can offor. The
stores abovo enumerated nro reliable
houses. Fortify yourselves with tho
shckelH, make your purcnascs, con
gratulate with friends, Jubllato gener
ally and for the nonco nt least bear in
mind Solomon's injunction.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works received
112 tons of pig iron from Japan in the
Gaelic yesterday. This is the second
consignment received by tho works
from tho same source.
Congratulations and Compliments-All Coun
tries Were frpt Informed "Judicious
end Intelligent Action."
During tho recent excitement con
cerning tho plaguo visitation, estab
lishment nnd raising of quarantine
nlid consequent interruption of com
mcrco nnd travel, Judgo Cooper, Attor
ney General and tho Board of Health,
was careful nnd prompt to dispatch nil
Important Information officially to tho
resident representatives of various
governments. Theso oxtrncts from ac
knowledgements are made:
Trusting that no further cases of
this much dreaded disease will occur,
I havo tho honor to bo, etc. J. F.
Hnckfcld, Imperial German Consul.
nnd hnvo to thank you for
keeping this office so well Informed.
Wm. Haywood, United States Consul
Tho Judicious and Intelligent action
of your boanl has evidently been suc
cessful and I may bo permitted to con
gratulato you nnd your co-workers on
the effcctun-l results of your efforts to
localize tho plague nnd 10 counteract
Its progress by stringent nnd most of
fcctlvo measures. K. A. Schnefcr,
Consul for Italy.
I beg to congratulate the
Board of Health for the wise measures
taken under tho circumstances. A. de
S. Cauavnrro, Commissioner for Por
tugal. 1 havo duly Informed my Govern
ment nnd herewith congrntulnto you
on the successful suppression of tho
plague. II. W. Schmidt, Consul for
(jweden and Norwny.
Tho girl, Ethel Johnson Is somewhat
weaker today. Tho Health authorities
still supply a physician for her case
und send Ice. etc., to "tho place con
stantly. Dr. Scnparonc nnd other phy
sicians visit tho patient
Messrs. Reynolds, Charlock, John
sou, McVeigh and other officers of the
Board of Health havo mado applica
tion for a little time for sleep and
Judgo Cooper says they shall have it.
Several of these men were up all of last
night receiving and fumigating freight
nrrlvcd from tho Orient by tho Gaelic.
A largo quantity of local Chinese and
Japancso freight for ,the other Islands
1b being fumigated preparatory to ship
ment. I. MILTON LONG.
ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
Attorney I. Milton Long was admit
ted, yestorday, by tho Supromo Court,
to tho practice of law In nil the courts
of the Hawaiian Islands. Mr. Long
lu a grnduato of tho Law Department
of tho University of Michigan. He hns
practiced law successfully for four
years on tho Pacific Coast, and comes
hero well recommended. Ho is locat
ed with J. Alfred Magoon, ex-Judge
of the Circuit Court of this circuit.
The Astoria (Oregon) Dally Budget
of Nov, 22d, 18!. contains tho follow
"Attorney I. M. Long will leave this
evening for Honolulu where he may
locate permanently. Mr. Long has
been very successful during his resi
dence on the Pacific Coast. His legal
acquirements havo stood the test be
fore the courts, and he has proven
himself to bo a lawyer of acumen and
good Judgment, whom business men
have found to bo a safo advisor. His
graduation from tho University of
Michigan In tho Iaw Department at
the head of his class suggested the suc
cess which ho has slnco achieved."
Tho Skagway (Alaska.) Dally Budget
of Nov. 6, 1899, says of him:
"Mr. I, M. Longs many Skagway
friends will regret to hear of his Inten
tion to leave soon for Honolulu, Ha
waiian Islands, to practice his profes
sion there. Mr. Long was among tho
first of tho settlers here, and at one
tlmo owned a great deal 01 real estate
in this city, wnlch ho has at different
times sold to carry out mining projects.
Ho Is a lawyer of more than avcrago
ability, ono of oxtraordlnnry character
und above any small or unprofessional
conduct, a ho best wishes or tno good
citizens of Skngway and tho Budget go
with Mr. Long."
A Mcclinm Here.
A member of the crew of the British
bark Cardigan Castle, which has been In
port for some time, Is a nephew of Capt.
G. F. Mecham who as commander of H,
M.S. Vixen died at Honolulu Feb. 17,
1858 and whose grave is In Nuuanu ceme
tery. The sailor of the Cardigan Castle
Is man about 30 years of age and Is an In
telligent, well educated traveler who was
prominent In the entertainment at tl e
Seamen's club last even'n?. The funeral
of Capt. G. F. Mecham was one of the
most notable ever held here, as just prior
to his deml- he had placed his vessel at
the disposal of the King and Queen and
had taken the rulers and a numerous
suite for a tour of the Islands. Cant.
Mecham was but 10 Years of aee at the
time of his death and had been promomot
ed for bravery on an Artie expedition.
Kukulhaele Mill, starts grinding
Wednesday, December 27.
Mrs. Farley Very Much Improved -Japanese
Escapes From Jail News Nites From
the Garden Isle.
The whole tonic of lntert nn ir-.ni! ' n
just now Is the big race meet at Kealla on
the morning of Christmas day. The best
blood on the Garden Isle will be repre
sented. There are to be four running
races and a trotting' race, the former to
consist of a quarter, three-qiarters, one
half, nnd three eighths. I he principal
runners w II be from the Rice stables at
Llhue, and the Kealla stables at that place.
I lie Kealla people have been training
their horses Avith unusual zeal of late.
1 he reason Is to be found In the fact that
the report got around In some unaccounta
ble manner that Antidote was In the Rice
stables, and that, in order to keep the
matter dark, the famous racer was being
trained at night In the cane fields, and
along In the shadows of Manager Wolter's
recentlyerected high slone walls. The
Kealla will not believe tint Antidote Is
not on Kauai.
Airs. J. K. Farley of Koloa, who has
been so desperately 111 of late, is now on
the high road to recovery. When Dr.
Raymond went up In the Hall she was in
bad shape, but since that time there has
.? an?ai!y Improvement in her condition.
M. D. Monsnrrnt. the surveyor, returned
from Kauai In the W. G. Hall this morn
ing, niter a two months stav In t.lhnf nnd
other places nearby. Mr. Monsarrat has
not yet c impleted his work on Kauai, and
will return to Llhue by Tuesday' steamer.
ur, , iiiiu nrb. nenry w. Howard returned
from Llhue, Kauai, In the VV. G. Hall this
forenoon, after a visit of a fortnight with
friends at that place.
Hell Kapu, the man who has the light
wine and beer license for iNawiliwill,
Kauai, will be back in Honolulu by next
Sunday morning, he having decided not
to apply for a renewal of his license.
1 ne Japanese found guilty In the Llhue
District Court of assault and batlerv not
long ago, and who escaped from jail the
day after, is still ai large. He was tracked
to the cane fields near the jail an hour
or so after the escape. He Is no doubt on
Kauai yet, and the police believe It Is only
a matter of time until his capture Is
Manager Welters of Llhue plantation
was one of the passengers from Kauai in
th,e.,w; G-Ha" t,,is morning. He brought
with him a beautiful St. Bernard dog,
which Is to be seijt to his home In Ger
many. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Wlh-nv nf 1 u,i
will go to their home In Hanalel after
A cricket match at the usual time and
lace has been arranged for Monday, De
ember 25, Christmas Day, between
UllISll S3 lor from VrttrU In nnrt -in, I
and the H. C. C. The team from the
latter organization will be .- ikihI whli
he MJJr.? wi" e "Present by the follow
ing: hlllott, Harboard, Bell, West, Jack
son, Whiteside. B.irr, A. de Costm, Felld
er, Boylad, Perclvai and Kelly (captain).
Judge Stanley will captain the H. C. C
Mrs. Irene Brown Entertains.
Mrs. Irene II Brown was the hostess at a
Christmas tree gathering at her residence
In the Hyde place yesterday. About
thirty youngsters and their parents all
enants of the II estate lands at Walplo
A-ere brought to Honolulu and for the day
were the guests of the lady. Each child
received some befitting token of the hall-
day and the extensive yard formed a
splendid playground for the children of
tour nationalises. Charlie Hyde assisted
in entertaining the company.
Dr. Posoy, specialist for Eye, Eur,
Throat and Nose diseases and Catarrk.
the very thing
to gladden the
hearts of the
The most acceptable Xmas gift for
your wives, sisters or daughters 'a a pair
of our BEADED STRAP SllPPERS
These are Included in the 7000 pairs of
shoes just open-d e S. S. Australia and
hold premier place for beauty.