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THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Pwoi: 5 Obnth,
Vol. X. No. 1802.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. SATL'ItDAV MAUOII ill) 11101
f ' 1 4 I - Evening
RTTT T .RTTTS
in ibi pj m m I
Its Policy Detrimental
to Every Public
$house grinds out
jf A SHORT MORNING GRIST
And Then Adjourns to Go Into Joint
Short Answer-Cooper Re
When the Hon bo convened this morn
ing, Speaker Aklna was in the chair.
The first matter brought Into consider-
ntlon was n message from the I'ubllo
Lands Commissioner. The communlca
tlon related to the request of .the
House for nil land transactions carried
on by his omce. He referred the House
t,o the Minister of the Interior's report
for nil transactions previous to 1895,
and to tho Land Commissioner's re
ports for all sales after that date.
Monrarrntt landed In a majority re
port of the special committee, which
had charge of the police box system. He
found that the $10,000 asked by the
High Sheriff was insufficient, as the
figures hnd been quoted from local par
ties. The $15,000 asked for by the
resolution would be enough to put In
SOO' boxes, and be strongly recom
mended that the resolution be adopted.
Tabled until the minority report could
Aylett reported for the select com-
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mlttee In charge or bill 37, relative 10
Sunday laws. The committee found
a little fault with the bill and offered'
a substitute bill In Its place. Tabled. I
Deckley scored the Advertiser in good
shape, for its fake plague story this
morning. Mntlng that such n scare was
detrlif.etta.l to the public health and,
'miriness.' He then reported for the'
Committee on Agriculture on Senate
bill C. relative to forest roads. The
committee found that sections 1017,
161S nnd lt9 were made void by the
United States Constitution, nnd there
fore ndvltcd thnt the bill pass. Adopt
Monsarrntt Introduced n bill en
titled "An Act relative to tho trespass
of animals. Passed Its first rending.
'' Hlhlo Jsked for J28.r00 for tho lay-
"'ing of water pipes In I.ahalnu. Tabled.
limine bill r.C came mi for the third'
f-p tnuiiivm u. nun? uui. ...c.vuu v. -
' tens in inc i ernionai worns. iuier a
jjp few passes the bill was laid over until
I Monday on account of the Joint session
Monday on account of the Joint session
r or tlie two nouses.
of the two houses.
rt. Berkley Introduced a resolution plac
ing the time for the joint session at 11
Robertson, claiming that the whole
proceeding was Illegal, moved that the
resolution be tabled. Carried, 15 to
The House then took a recess until
the joint session was arranged.
HOLY WEEK SERVICES.
Following is tho program for Holy
Week at the Roman Catholic Cathe
dral; Palm Sunday 0 and 7 a. m low
masses with Holy Communion; 9 a. m.,
mass with singing and English ser
mon; 10:30 a. m., blessing of the palms
nnd high mass; 7 p. m vespers and the
benediction of tho blessed sacrament.
Maundy Thursday 7 n. m.. high pon-
Can Move In
A pretty, neat and
SIX ROOM COTTAGE
IUST OFF WILDER AVENUE ON
' ANAI'UNI STREET.
Beautiful Lawn :
: Frait Trees
Alligator Pear. MariRO, Pnpala,
Banana, Etc, btc,
TERMS Cash and tay payments
flCoo.os. Mortgage $2500.00
y'i, 3JJ yw, privilege of
ALSO N0AT,THEAM and WHITE
SIX ROOM COTTAGE
on Kins St, beyond W.ilklkl Turn, t jjw.
McClollan, Pond & Co.
JLL, MAIN 69, JUDD HUILDINO
tlflcal mass with Holy Communion and
the blessing of the holy oils; 3 p. m
washing of the feet; 7! 30 p. in., l'ortu
guese eermon with benediction.,
Good Frldny 9 a, in., Holy service
with singing of .the passion and adora
tion of the holy cross; 3 p, m., natlvo
sermon with stations of the cros; 7
p. m., stations of the cross In Portu
guese; 8 p. m English sermon on the
Holy Saturday 7 a. m,, blessing
of the fire, the baptism font and holy
water, prophecies, litanies, high mass.
Kaster Sunday C and 7 n. m. Low
masses with Holy Communion; 9 a. m
mass with singing and English ser
mon; 10:30 a. m., high pontifical mass;
3 p. m., confirmation, sermon and bene
diction; 7 p. m vespers and solemn
At all the services of Raster Sunday
a collection will be held for the benefit
of the church.
BOTH DUE TO LEAVE FOR
SAN FRANCISCO SAME DAY
Rumors of a Race to 'the Golden Gate
-Both Steamers Ml fTake
Many Passengers from
The booking for the steamer China
Is a very heavy one. Over one hundred
berths have been spoken for and shoiBomo of tho Ucprc8CnU.lvw nre woat
will have her accommodations taxed to
the utmost when she leaves for San
Francisco on Tuesday.
The steamer Ventura, which Is also
expected to sail Tuesday will likewise
be crowded as there tre ISO Bhrlnera
booked to leave here on her, and many
other Intending passengers will go If
i k In rnnm Iml thi QVirtnnr Kntt
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As both the Ventura nnd China aro
due to sail on the some day, there Is
, already somo little mm or n race to
San Francisco. Of course the ngeuts
oi me sieamers uoiivsny uianncrc win.
be no race. Time was when there wns
nothing on the Pacific (o compete with.
the Pad lie Mall boat but the Hongkong
beat tho Chlnn's record to San Fran
cisco by several hourr, much to the
surprise of-mnny. The China has been
put on n schedule of "onl consumption
which her commander Is compelled to
live up to religiously. The Ventura has
a reputation to mnko nnd will hnve her
owner, J. D. Spreckcls. aboard on ar
rival here. It has been rumored for
several days that permission has been
asked by Captain Scabury, to burn a
little more coal than the regulation re-
I ill- iij ,'B uiiil ..... d ,M,..n ....... .,...-
quires, nnd It will bo known when the lC(I for ,no two cicr(g proceeded to their
,Chlna nrrlves here whether or not the! work rjvldently tho representatives
capiuin s reiiuem naa i.teu biu.ui-u. n
i Is pretty nearly correct to state that If
the vessels leave here within a reason.
auie time or cacn omer, me one leaving
first will keep a sharp lookout over her
stern for smoke on thc horizon to the
The following Intending passengers
have booked for the China:
E Suhr and family, Mrs M, E Ten
ney, Mrs fc u lenney, Mrs 11 u noon
an, Paul Isenberg Jr and wife, Mrs T J
Taylor. Lady Hcrron, T K Wilson, Dr
u a paiaing, .virs a 11 -ameari, mrs
C H Wademlngton. J T Soper. W M
ToHn, Mrs Clun Harris, John Gait and
wife, Miss G Gait, Mm Kennedy. Pcttus
and wife, G H Warfield, N D Hodse. Mrs
Warren. W P Whltnev. H E Hall and
wife. Miss K M Gravdon, H L Taft, Mrs
Mortis. Mrs Louis Maik P A Perrv, Mrs
M Wlllard, Mrs N M Thtls. A L young,
CGIrdl-r. Anna M Reed. V H OltmteaJ.
Mrs W H Mays, Mrs Jesse Hawes. Mrs F
D Clark, Miss Mabel Flckelt. Mrs M L-
Moon. J L Fu er. G W Uirrlerand
daughter. G N Hind, V Knudsen, H S
Hart. J W Parmslet. S S Paners, W D
Alexander Jr, T W Hobron, Wm Watson
WHAT CORONATIONS COST.
London, March 10. The World says:
King Kdward nnd Queen Alexandra
will take up their residence In Ducking
ham palace next February. They will
occupy the suite known as the Delgtan.
Court functions will bo held tn the
throne room of St. Janus palace. The
coronation ceremonies will be held lq
In 1838, on the occasion of t,he, cor
onation of Queen Victoria, these cere
monies cost iwu.uuo; in isai. wucu
Wlllln.t.,. If ..,m nwwni.4 iUa a.nang.
was 50.000; In 1821. on the occasion of
the accession of Oeorge IV, 24,000
was expended In tho ceremonies.
Bealty Compnny lncorpornte.
Articles of Incorporation wero filed
yesterday by tho Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd. The capital Btoclt Is
110,000, divided Into 5000 shares of tho
par value of 10 each, Tho Incorpor -
ntors aro L. K. Kentwell, W. J. Robin
sou, I,, Ahlo, r. II. llurnetto and v.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN, All sizes, all shapes. H
From the point of view of a buslnoia the roll was called on the motion to ad-
transacting meeting, the Joint session' Jurn- "umber had nn-wered "ksna-
ii,. o.-... h u.,. winin ,,1,a" (ln d't- The names should
of the Senate and House, beginning at . . . . .
11 o'clock this morning.-was not what... ... n,i..P i,,.!,.,,,. The rWlr
might be called a brilliant success. It
consisted chiefly In a scries of motions
to adjourn and to' take a recess, all of
which made the men at the press tablo
scratch their heads and whisper to each
other than there were peculiar antago
nistic forces at work the exact reason
for which did not appear above the sur-
The Senate adjourned promptly at
11:05 o'clock and went over to tho
House, there to meet in joint session on
the matter of a concunent resolution
which had been introduced by Mr.
Whlto In the Senate on the 25th Inst.
nnn wnicn proviaea ior me cicciion uy (
both houses of those Senators who are
. . .. . ,. . .. ..- ...ifinna 'I nprn unn nn i.ernnii ann inp
tn hold their omees for four vears.
Upon arrival In tho assembly room
of the House of Ilepresentatlves, the
Senntors were shown to Beats placed In
the "hollow square" Into which
to gaze when an Inspiration Is required.
The clerks were assigned places at the
large table In front of the President's
Shortly after 11 o'clock, Vice Presi
dent Kalue and Speaker Aklna took
their places. There was a short dis
cussion nnd then Mr. Kaluo retired
giving place to President missel who,
b ... v - .
after he had rapped with his gavel on
the desk, snld In clear tones:
I have resigned but no action has
, b tnken on m ..resignation. Ac-
cordng t0 thc Ut(.rai wording of the
concurrent reeolutlpn which calls the
twQ tollsea together today. I think I
w, prpgluo ovcr tLlH ntpCtlng."'
,On motion of Mr. White, seconded
! Mr. Mossman. tho rolls of both
houses wero called by the clerks and It
wng f01ln(1 tnat cvcrj. Hunator and every
Mr. Mossman jumpe.l to his feet as
soon ns tho roll had been called and.
without giving any retison whatever,
moved to ndjourn. This was quickly
seconded by n number of the Indepen
dents, The Dulletln reporter noticed
Mr. Xnkapaahu on tho Door first of all.
The ayes and noes having been call-
of tlie pcopie wanted to learn the whys
nm, wiercfores for tho motion to ad-
,ourn wng Iogt ))y a vote of 23 j0 jg,
Mr PaH Ttrnwn mnvnil Mint thn pnn
current resolution be rend before the
House. This wns seconded hy Mr.
Crabbe. Mr. White objected that, when
WANTS HIS PET BILL
TAKEN UP ON WEDNESDAY
Senators Still Arguing on the Matter
When the Motion to Ad-
is Made and
The Senate did but vry little busi
ness this morning. Vlco President
Kalue was In the chair. Mr. Ilussel
stated that, since Dill 42 of tho Senate
(tbe Dispensary bill) w not out of the
iiuiius ui mo cuiumiucj uuu uciuro u.o
house for disposition, be would move
to have It placed on the order of the
day for Wednesday. Tnis waB second-
ed by Mr. Crabbe.
Mr. White asked that tho commltteo
be first allowed to make Its report. Mr.
C. Drown seconded this motion, saying
that Mr. Russel could not make the
commltteo band over the bill at once.
ThB chalrin.il had , mW ho wished to
. . i..
make a report ana he snoumue given
chance to do so. "'" uir oiuminana uu
Mr. Achl moved that the committee the reef. She succeeded In getting the
be Instructed to report on tho bill onil'K'o vessel off Into deep water and
Tuesday. Seconded by Mr. Carter. t started back to Honolulu with her
Mr. Crabbe said ho wns a merauer or - " " . ikj nm "
tho committee to whom tho hill hudhcr this afternoon.
been referred. Tho voluminous docu- ' '
ment had been In the binds ot the com-
1 mlttee Just six days and, If nny Senator .
- could wado through It nnd present
true and careful report on the bill with-
In that time, ho would like to see him.
Kor himself, If he were going to be
forced Into presenting .-. report on Tues.
day, he would feel like resigning from
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promptly ruled that the vote bad bein
announced and that, therefore, he
would not sustain the point of ordenj
Mr. Whlto Immediately moved that
the reading of the resolution be defer
red until Monday. Again did Mom man
bob up with a chipper second. Mr.
Achl raised n point of irder to the ef-
' that the chnlr cmM not t'1""""1 ,
two motions at the same time.
Mr. Deckley took the lloor and wanted
to know under what rules the house
was proceeding. The chair answered
that that was a matter for the house to
Ideclde. Mr. Ileckley then said that,
since there were no rules, ne wouiu
move that the chair entertain two mo-
. , ..
lr ruled that there was only one mo-
n neiore me nouse,
I ir Premier.! wlahp.t urh numbpr
to have things down In black nnd whlto
whether he got figure a hit twisted
or not. nnd so called for the ayes and
noes. Again Mossman nnd again n
As there were no Senate blanks In
the place, the sergesnt-at-arms and
messerger of the upper house were sent
after some. The attention of the house
had been called to the matter hy Mr.
There wns quite a wait for the blanks
and the house got tired of apparently ayes and noes. The latter course was
doing so much of
nntlilnir sn Mr.
Ileckley moved to nmend Mr. C.
Hrown's motion to reaj the concurrent
resolution to the effect that It be read
Seconded hy Mr. Kalauo-
Mossman shone again. This time, he
made an orlglnnl mfatloh to Uke J re-
cess, to whnt hour he did not state,
Mossman snld that tho failure to re-
celve the Senate blanks (about tinny
seconds had elapsed since the blanks
Imd been sent for) wns cause enough
for n recess. The motion wns seconded
by Messrs. White, Kalauokalanl nnd
At this point, the Republicans did a
little moving to adjourn themselves.
Mr. C. Drown got up or.d moved to aU'
Journ slnn die. This wns n surprlser
and there was some "tall" whispering
ntiu it...... . -- -. ---
about the room. The motion was sec
onded by Monsarrntt. Makekau. Hoogi
The ayes and noes were called for
. an,i motion wns lost by a narrow mar
gin of 19 to 23.
Motions to adjourn or take a recess
having been thc order of the session,
Mr. Deckley now moved to tnke a re-
Mr. Knnuha moved that the hill bo
referred to a special committee. Sec
onded by Mr. Russel. Mr. Kaohl aroso
to speak and wns In 'be mldsi ot argu
ment on tho whys, wherefores nnd re
sults ot the various motions when Mr.
C. Drown moved to tnke a recess until
9:30 o'clock Monday morning on ac
count of the Joint session of tho Sen
ate and House. The motion was sec
onded by Mr. Carter nnd carried.
THE KINAU ON TIME.
The following letter was received by
the Wilder Steamship Co. yesterday on
the Mauna Lou:
"Wilder Steamship Co., Honolulu.
"Gentlemen: I am pleased to ln
form you that our wireless telegraph
message of the 2Ctb Inst., re delay of
steamer Klnau was duly, received at
Mahukona nnd all Interested parties on
thg B,and werfl proroiltljr nottnei,
,.vrrlurf . Ifn,nl,n hl. a.m... . ..i.,,
mi ta Honolulu on
I commodoiir nEftKr.nv.
Mahukona, via Kallua. March 28, 1901."
Eleu to the Rescue
Tho United States tug Eleu went to
iWolaniin oaolanlnH tn nealat In nntllnn
a "'r""' "":,"a' ' " """
The Kawalnhao Quintet Club'la billed
a for nn entertainment at the Orpheum
this evening that will no doubt Jlraw a
good crowd', The program may bo seen
n the advertisement on page 8.
j . .
j The Kvomufc Dulletln, 75 cents pet
cess until 10 o'clock on Monday. A
doien legislators were on the floor at
once. protetlng that th motion to ad-
..,, i., tv. m.i
...., .,,. ,,,. BH...U ,..,,, Ha
adlournment for1 the lecess was until
10 o'clock Monday. The chair ruled
that the motion was In order and
Messrs. Mossman, Kalauokalanl and
others seconded It.
Carter wanted to l:now Just what
was what and If so, why It was so. He
could not for the life of him see what
... .... ...
the legislators -had corns together for. I
They could nlelther adjourn nod do any '
work. ' I
Mr. Makekau brought forth a storm
of applause by snlng that the proposed ,
work of the Joint session should be pro-1
ceeded with. There wmo no reason for1
delay. Nothing should be bidden, noth-j
ing smothered. If there was anvthln .
i,a nni .. nn...ai, I, -1.....1.1 i.n
- " .....ir,...u. .i i.u.u ..
brought out and given the advantage of
a breath of fresh air. While dwelling
on Mskeknu It mlirlit t oaI.1 that, when
a motion was made to the effect that
the roll of the bouse be read first, ho
nrosc and objected, saying that the tall
of the fish should not be spliced on Its,
head In surh an unceremonious man
tled. Mr. Makekau's motion to proceed
to business was seconded by Mr. Ku
The chnlr announced Ileckley's mn-'
tlon to take a recess until 10 n. m.
Mnndav. in order. Mr. Monsarrntt call-
ed for a standing vote nnd others for
While the two chairmen were study-
Ing over the vote. Mr. Achl arose to a
point of order, saying thnt the two
bouses Had no rlgnt to meet logemer.
Ho was immediately rapped to ins sent
by President Uussel's gavel. Mr, Dick-
oy then got up and stated that ha had vi
point or orner. me rua-"'l-1Wj(ni,-n'rt,n((.rmnl anl I( w Adama.livrc.idsiticvcrMIiIni; XceHWrnrr eaOe
there wns nothing befori the house nnd Ti,P8P men claim that they h.ne beeii'nbles nnd refreshing drlnknbles.served
nicKey cnimiy nnnounrpn mm ne oum
put something before tho bouse.
Insisted and was soon recognized by
the chnlr. Mr. Dickey then took the
wind quiie Olll Ol me l-rfmuriii B mum
by stating thnt his point of order wns
that the vote on the question to tnke a
recess hnd not been nnnounced. Carter
wanted to know what the legislators
had convened ror anu. no ono answer-
Ing, tho chair announced that thn mo
tion to tnko a recess hnd carried by a
vote of 25 to 18. This capped the ell-1 ftn(J ,,,,,, ,n ,,,,,.,., w ,,, thn , ward the Oahu Hallway Co.. for the ru
mnx to tho very profllnulo session. , .... , thHlr rn,irtesv snd pentcd courtesies shown to both vlslt-
Ijiter It Is yilkcd about quite gen
erally on the streets mn nnernimn mui
the failure to find the original copy of
the concurrent resolution was the caus
for Insistence on ndjournment.
"TUNNEL" AND "DEBRIS"
HEARD BY HUMPHREYS
Wailuku Sugar Co., vs. The Hawaiian
Commercial 4 Sugar Co., Hear
ing Will Continue This
Kinney. Dallou & McClanahan, for
Mrs. Hlchnrdson, moved In the Supreme
Court today to set asldj the order rando
by the court In the mamr or tno kuku- i
, an I. rtmundliig tho same to Commls-
Atturncj uigeiow supponeu me iu
tlon and Carl Smith opposed It. The
Tho caso of the Territory vs. I'oloal
ea, appealed from the Fourth Circuit,
was argued this forenoon.
Motion wns filed this morning by An
drews, l'etcrs & Andrade, attorneys for
,. n)a(ntirr. to reinstate on th
. .. . . I
oar, thocase or J. Jienuoin uouveia vs.
Franclgco Donlt. Tbo motion win u
nlstlulmer of Inteicst or title In the
one uluvldcd fourth part of tho prem-
ibt.a d.iimed by tho piainntr in mo sun
of tIl(( Hawnllan Trust & Investment
' Co., s, Annlo llarton, Helen Dunning
' et al., was filed, by the two defendants
named, today. Hutch & Sllllman nro
Joseph 1'. Cookq was appointed by
derreo of Judgo Humphreys today,
trustee for Mnrln Gussonl to wjthdmw
certain funds from the bankiand turn
them ocr to her.
Tho "tunnel" and "debris" cases ol
thn Wnlltiku Hugar Company vs Tho
fl.twttll.iii Commercial & Sugar Co.
veri heard by Judge Humphrey at
chambers this morning
1 HAWAIIAN LEAGUE HTAI!TUI.
At u meeting last menlng nt Poster
hall, n Hawullan hrunr-h of tho Oospel '
Temperance League was organized
franklin Austin presided The objects
of the League were set forth In a
number of speeches In Hawaiian The
prlnrlpnl addresses were made hy '
Moses Nakulna nnd Senator Kanuha. i
A eomtnlttee of ten Hawaiian was
appointed as (Ira nil Council of tho !
League. IlefreBhments were served
and a pleasant social time enjoyed.
Y. M. C. A. Home fop Women.
The onlcers of the Young Women's
Christian Association have purchased
a site for the erection of a home for
young women. The property is situated
on Thurston avenue and cost the asso
The building to be erected will cost
In the neighborhood of $16,000. It will
e lnJ Blurb.s u uvikul BUU ID UW-
,ignfli n plans suitable for the use of
be two stories In height and Is d
hnn ti, in.il.. uh hnv Am nut.
ter in charge arc Mcsdames E. W. Jor
dan. chairman; E. D. Tenney. W. R.ftjcs of the Oahu plantation. Manager
castle. J. Usborne. T. II Walker, W. D. Ahrens of that plantation Is a member
vcgtervelt and II. E. Coleman of the Aloha Temple and the visitors
Trnnnport In the Mud,
The transport Meade left for Manila
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h' morning after a hard tussel with
'C mud bank In which she wns stuck.'
U took all the power of the tug Fear-
'" ni1 engines of the Meade to
"..... -" "" .v-..u .... n-
with a rush. The big steamer backed ,
Into the end of tho wharf with a thump
that nearly knocked bystanders off
their feet. The Meade bent n plato on
her port side nnd set itched off somo
paint iK'siucs Knocking on some gin-
gerbrcad work on her (tern,
When sbc got out Into deep water It
"as seen thnt she was way down by
the bend. Forward Bho was drawing
Z reel . inencs ana au ner ornugni was
itf .., in Innttna Tti (.nnrlouB alnviwl
" "" '" ..-.-" ..-..-.- .....
with her to the entrance of the harbor,
Trouble With Punters.
w, ,n ,. . thr0B or fmT W1ka
, liner-Island Steam Nnvlgatlon Co. .
Um J(m (Jirwj of ,tg 11))Mt romp,,(Cnt! which wnsvattnched to thc train, wero
They r Purser M. M. TuftJFptii."!Pail before the hungry Shrlners.
rtatrmnntcil ngalnst in many ways
nnd thnt ns their earnings have been
much less than they care tn mnko nt
oUlfr , tncy na,n qllll ani
found other positions nt greatly In
M. M Tuft Is now purser
stenmer Maul. I.lndermnn'H
tlon tnkes effect today ns does thnt
of Hownrd Adams. Doth of tho latter'
have been nlaccd In rermnnent nosl-
tlons elsewhere. The traveling public
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strict attention to business hnvo made
. 1 .
8oldtcrn MIb Their Boat
T. n. Irish and a Mr. Vareys, sol -
dlers from tho Mcado, did not sail with
their transport when the pulled out far
Manila this morning. The former was
In the custody ot the police for break
ing Into tho New Kngl.ind Dakery and
the latter was explaining to Judge Wil
cox how be came by n handsome Jng.
The New England Dakery people will
n, vp,wornla Itttl, llin enlillAra will '
get nuny on tho I'akllug.
CHINE8II DOPE FH1ND DIBS.
A Chinese opium (lend was picked up
out l'alama way last night and brought
to the imllce station, where he died.
Tho old man was also afflicted with
R. S. Johnstone, the civil engineer
of McDryde plantation, left for Kauai
In the last steamer. He had been In
town for a short time on business.
"Prof. Thompson says that electric
cars will travel at tbe rato ot 100 miles
"Hy gum, It's hard enough to get 'em
t stop for a fellow now!" Cleveland
"Where's your daughter Mary living
now, Mrs. Herllby?" Inquired one of
"Her hoosbnnd's got a fine Job on the
Times, reporting accidents," said Mrs.
HCrllhy. proudly, "and tbe two nv
tnlm ,, uttI(. Molko la llvlng ,
..Whnf a sultT" Inquired the nelBl"
"A suit." said Mrs, Herllhy, slowly,
"Is ono o' Ihlm places where tho parlor
Is tbe bedroom, and the bedroom Is tbo
kitchen, nnd the closets down In the
cellar, and tho beds s ,)lannys or or
gans, nnd well, It's one o' thlm places
wbero Iverythlng Is something elso,"
concluded Mrs. Herllhy llultalo Com,
mcrclal ( j ,
in ' N .
Thn Evening Dulletln, 76 cents per'
PlMAIl - 1
Four Coach Loads Leave
for a Day in the
NOBLES ARE ENTERTAINER
BY MEMBERS OF AL0MA
No More Formal Functions Are on
the Program for the Visitors
Who Sail Home
The storm center of social acthlty
and Hhrlner festivity shifted today
from tho metropolis to the rural beau-
have more than once expressed a desire
to view the process of sugar making;
as it Is done In Hawaii.
Accoroingiy, me memuers or aiodi
Tcmpc nrrange(1 for an curBon t0.
Accordingly, the members of Aloha
day for all visiting Shrlnera nnd local
I Masons over the Oahu Hallway to the
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At Jn O.clock tnlg MornnKi , trnn
oftc) of foup n(lg ,,, wh two
hllm,roil m,rX mukm )pft tnc gtaton
under the guidance of Conductor
French. The ride through rice fields
nnd along the picturesque sea shore,
I laster forty minutes, At the planta
tion, the party was met by Manager
Ahrens who had provided escorts for
showing the different fenturcs of the
plantation to the Interested visitors.
The Wnlpahu mill was thc most Inter
esting part of the vlslt'nnd all the, de
tails 6f the process of mrklng snechar
Ine crystals from the Juice of cane wo
described nnd shown from beginning to
At noon the contents of a freight car,
In the best style was appreciated ana
The train started for the return trip
nt 2 1 K and the Jolly party felt that the
closing function of their Honolulu
visit was by no means the least un-
pleasant. The excunuon was under
the management of Nobles I,. T, Qrnnt
nnd Andrew Drown,
These gentlemen. In behalf of Aloha
Templo nnd the visiting Nobles look oe-
raslon to express the gintltude felt lo-
... . . .
"rs nnd local Shrlners during tne paai
There Is nothing on tho Shrlner pro
gram for Monday. Each will be al-
lowed to pursue, the dictates of his. own
ta,te on lho InBt day of tncr ,journ
herc Tuesday, the Shrlners aalt for
Tho Japanese bazaar at Haalelea
!.awn yesterday was a great success'
notwithstanding the fact that several
other entertainments wero on. Quite
a crowd was present and the ladles
were kept busy waiting on the throngs.
Thc fnlr will continue this afternoon
REDUCTION SALE OP STRAW
HATS AT IWAKAMI'S. IIOTBI
Style. . .
There is a shoe known
wearers of whjcli will take no
others. "TryKon.a'palr and be
convinced of tljfArutlifulness of t
T t. th statement. f W'f
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