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Voi,. XI. No. 1077.
HONOLULU. TKKKITOKY OK HAWAII. FKIHAV. Ol'ToltKlt 25 1WH
PltlOB 5 OENTB.
, IN REPARATION
In Aid of the Fund for
OLI PEOPLE OF SCHOOL
ARE RALLYING NOBLY
First Appeal for Help in Htlf a
Century Large Meeting
of Ladies This
Arrangements for the Brand fnlr
tinrJ luau iu alii if I lie Catholic Con
vent School am now In full swing or
Former pupils of the Sisters aru rot
l.vlng nobly to the project with offers
of personal services and promise! of
donations In kind. Many or tho bright
est and best members of Honolulu
society, Irrespective of creed, Iiovh
received a greater or less proortlon
or their education at tho Convent.
Kor half a century Mother Superior!
and Sisters have maintained this
school of Knowledge, and refinement,
but In all this time have never before
solicited any assistance from tho public-
Now that the Imposing new con
vent In approaching completion, they
nnept the free-will benefaction of
their alumni and frlendH of education
A meeting attended by fully two.
scoro ladles wan held nt the music
hull of the Catholic Mission thin fore
I.oon to promote arrangements fat
holding the benefit festival. Mrs. Sam-iu-1
C. Allen presided, being support
ed by MrH. John F. Howler. treasurer,
and M A. E. Murphy, secretary.
Others taking part were Mm. .1. II.
Soper, Mrs. T. J. King. MrH. John
l.mus, Mrs. John i.nn, MrH. I-. w.
Mncfurlane, MrH. J, J. Sullivan. Mrs,
Charles Horrlek. MrH.' Fred. Ward,
Mrs. J. I). McVeigh. Mrs. Charles
Sllllman. Miss Lucy Peabody. Mrs
Charles Clark, Mrs. J. J. Cnraeu, Mra.
Charles Smith. Mrs. Charles K. Hop
1,1ns, Mrs. J. W. I'odmore. Mrs. Johu
Glcnnon, Mrs C. W. Zlegler, Mrs.
Itnnnlshi and Mrs V. Smith.
Mrs. Allen. In opening the meetlnK.
briefly stated Its object, that of hold
ing a febtlval to help the Sisters to
raise funds to flulsh the new school.
'All we old pupils," said the president,
"have been asked to assist and should
do our best to make the event sue-
It was stated that the date of the
festival had been fixed ns Saturday,
Not ember 30,
Various suggestions weiu put forth
lulormally and discussed, leading ul
timately to a motion being passed that
the luau nnd foreign table should end
at 0 p. m and the fair bo continued
In the evening together with thu icn
A suggestion to make two days of
It received no support, Mrs. Macfar
lnne voicing the general sentiment
when she said one day Involved quite
Dancing, a promennde concert anil
the singing of ancient Hawaiian oils
v ero favorably rt garded as corolla
ries of tho evening's entertainment.
An auction of urtlcles left over at thu
i icse of tho fair will be oue item.
Tlio secretary read a numerous list
ol donations from ladles and others.
George Beckley, It was announced,
br.d tendered free freight of supplies
In the Wilder steamers,
John Kna had promised the same Iu
the lutcr-Islaud bteamcrs, besides free
passage for a delegate to Hawaii next
week, Furthermore, Mr. Klin, In ad
dition to his wife's donations men
tioned in the lint, would give n cord
o tlrcwood, also the use of a shed on
his land adjacent to the drill shed and
eiect a shed thereon for the conve
nience of tho committee.
Mrs. Imanlshl, wife of the banker,
will conduct u Japanese buoth lit tho
Following aro the committees nam
ed nt this morning's gathering:
Executive Committee Mrs. S. C
Allen, chairman; Mrs, F, W. Macliir
lone, Mrs. A. K. Murphy, Mrs. J. F.
Everybody knows that
College Hills, with its line
air, good views, water sup
ply, car service and good
neighborhood Is Honolulu's
But not everyono realizes
that Collego IIIIIb lots aro
so much lower priced than
those iu the hot, low-lying
district, with no view or ear
A tblrd-of-an-ncro lot for
$000 Is only C cents per
EaBy terms, too. Consult
the SaluB Agents.
McCIellan, Pond & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
Fancy Tables Mrs. John Lucas. Mrs.
J. J. Sullivan.
Hawaiian Fancy Table Princess
Kalanlanaole, Mrs. Pierre Jones.
Flower Table Miss May Damon.
Candy Mrs. llruhn, May Lloyd.
Lemonade Tho Misses Mcljiln.
Oral) Dox Mra. McVeigh. Mrs. Chas.
Ice Cream Mrs. John Ena.
Coffee Mrs. C. W. Zclitlor. Mrs.
Glenn, Mra. Chas. Smith.
Luau Miss Peabody. Mrs. C. K.
Stillman and 'Charles Clark.
Foreign Lunch Tabic Mrs. J. A.
The Amateur Orchestra, under di
rection of Wrny Taylor, has kindly of
fered Its assistance for tnn musical
program In the evening.
CONCERT CO. MAY CONE
Many of our prominent musical nco-
plo here earnestly hopo that Dr. C. N.
Thomas, tho manager of tho Doston
Concert Company, will sec his way
dear to have his company stop over
In Honolulu during the latter part ot
November, whllo on their way tn
New Zealand and Australia.
Hero are some comments ou the
Uoston Concert Company:
Hernhard Walthers. tho brilliant Hoi-
glan violinist's appearance hero was
in the naturo or an ovation. Dally In
Of Walthcr's playing wo can trulj
say that It was great. Tho Monthly
Cyrus Hrownlcc Newton captured
his audience immediately. Ho Is an
artist of extraordinary ability, and
lias few equals and no superiors. San
Newton la unusually versatllo. Pan
Newton la peerless. He can mnka
Ills audience laugh or en. Ho seems
to enjoy making his audlcrc-; loiuih.
As a man he Is as noble as he U runny.
J. W. Anderson, Superintendent 0'
Lillian Norma, the meno-soprano
of the Uoston company, studied under
tho great La Dlocke of London. Her
voice Is a rich mezzo-soprano ot much
sweetness and purity. St. Louis
WIN SLOW IN COURT AGAIN.
Dr, II, E. Wlnslow of Koolau, was
niralgned In the Police Court this
fuipnoon on the second charge of as
sault and battery on n rmulc minor of
Wiitnliole. Attorney Peters appeared
for tlio defendant and asked that the
case go over until Monday on account
of the Illness of Dr. Wlnslow, who had
Just come out of the hospital.
High Sheriff Drown stated that the
matter of the complaining witness had
not arrived from tho other side of tho
Island and that, therefore, ho could
offer no objection to the continuance
On this showing. Judge Wilcox granted
Dr. Wlnslow Is certainly n very sick
man. He showed a haggard coun
tenance upon appearing In the Police
Court (his forenoon. 11 In features
wcro drawn and he showed every sign
of n man on tho vorgo of a nervous
MR. 8WANZV8 HOUHti.
The bids for tho construction of tho
now lesldcnto of F. M. Swunzy at Pu
nuliou, mentioned by the Uulletln a
week ago as projected, were opened
jesterday at the rooms of the Master
Ilullder8' Association, as follows:
F. A. Pettus, $22,410; J. H. Craig.
721,119; Concreto Construction Com
pany, wood. $2G.t58; concrete, $27,691;
Lucas nrothcrB, $28,289; Win. Wagon
er, $29,013; II.' F. llcrtelmann. $20..".17.
Tho resldcnco will bo erected on tlio
property of Mr. Swanzy nt the end of
Punanoo street above Oahu College, on
the left hand side of Manoa road. It
Is a commanding slteannd an Ideal sit
uation for a valley dwelling.
Mrs. Fanny I.ove entertained at her
homo on Fort street last night, iu
honor of Miss Eva Dennis, Miss Ma
bel Jones and Miss Kfllo Church, the
young ladles from Portland, Ore., who
are visiting Miss Stella I.ow. There
were in thu neighborhood of u lum
died and llfty gnosis present. Tho
receiving party consisted of tho fol
lowing: Mrs. Fnnny Love. Miss Stel
It Lovp. Mrs. Clarence cooke and
Mrs. Annls Montaguo-Turner. Tlio
reception was n brilliant one In every
McBRVDI! MILL WORKING.
Advices by letter fiom Kauai aio
to thu effect that tho MWiryilu sugar
mill Is doing excellent work.
At tho present timo tho mill Is be
ing run ou cane from n Held of 180
acres. This Js simply being hurvestcd
and ground In thu mill In thu nature
of a test run. after which tho regular
ciop will bu harvested, at which time
thu various mechanical appliances
will be In thorough working order.
HENATOR PARIS IN TOWN.
Senator John D. Paris of Kona, Ha
waii, arrived In thu Milium Loa this
morning for a short business trip. He
will return home in tho samo steamer
on Tuesday next. Askrfl ns to politics
on thu Dig Island, Mr. Paris showed
a puli- of badly sunburned hands ami
eavu this answer: "Wo huve had gen
eial rains nil owr Kona. Whllo the
downpours have not been very copious,
Mill tho wnter Iibb dono us nil kinds
o! good and wu aro thunUful. Tliero
bavo at lust been rains in tho llunia
Sho Mrs. La S.illo Is nlwayH charg
ing husbands. Ho Y 's; sho tohl mo
Blie was wedded to man led life
Got your periodicals bound at tho
EVENING HULLETIN'8 Ulndcry,
Thoy will bo valuublo.
OOOD TIME FOR
All Arrangements Now
Complete for Luau
FEAST BEGINS AT ft P.M.)
SHARP SATURDAY EVENING
Races and Details for Two Days' Sport
Committee on Arrangements
Cannot Have Launch
The yachtsmen of tho city are look'
Ing forward with a great deal of picas
urc to the coming luau nnd yacht races
at t'uiiloa. All the urrangcmcntH have
been made by the very active commit
tee appointed by thit club and a fine
time is expected. The luau is to taktf
place at 6 o'clock- Saturday evening.
After the good things have been dis
poned of, there will be speeches and flj
general guuu lime., iiiu wuiuiui uuii
has been secured and music will he
given throughout the evening's enter
tainment. The Mrst race will tuko place tomor
row afternoon. The yuchts will start
ns follows: Fourth class, 2 p. m.',
third class, 2:10 p. in.; second class,
2:20 p. m., nnd first class, 2:30 p. m.
The prrp.iuitory gun will ho Hrc' at
l:!jfi p. m. All races will be started by.
the one-gun tdgnnl. Yachts making
the best conccted time in each class'
will receive a pennant. First nnd sec-l
pud class yachts only to use topsatU
(spinnakers or balloon Jibs not allow
f.il.) On renrlilnir I'niilnn. vachts will
rami! to anchor, the smaller classes'
anchoring near the shark pen, and the!
lurpvi, west of the salt house.
Course From an Imaglnuiy line'
from lighthouse to pilot office down
channel, keeping spar buoy on pert
hand; thence around bell buoy, round
ing same on port side; thence to Penrl
Harbor, keeping twenty-five (25) feet
from the flag stake on starboard i
hand; thence around shark pen, finish-.
Ing between committee bont and club'
flag on Puulon beach.
On Sunday morning, bicnkiust will
be served ashore. At 8 a. m. colors
will be made, the signal to bo given
from the commodore's flagship. At 9'
n. m., yachts will '"dress ship." J
The races will begin at 10 a. rat
with the Ford's Island event. A pre-,
p.iratory gun will lie fired at 9:55 a. I
m. First, second, third and fourth
class yachts will start in the order glv-j
en, with Intervals ot ten minutes he- j
twecn the classes. Tho yacht making,
the best corrected time In each clast
will be awarded a pennant. Same rules
apply as to ruclng sails in first ami
Course Uetwcen n llnu from com
mittee boat to club flag on beach;
I thence up channel to middle loch, keep
ing first and second buoys on star-l
board hand, nnd take on Walplo Point'
on port sldo; thence around Ford's III-'
nnd. keeping Island on starbounl
tinllil tfi-urilnc lttv Itu t mttuldrt if
- "" ""' "" " "- "'
' stukes on mauka end of the Island, and
thence to starting point.
The last ruce of thu day will be for
the Comomdore's Cup. All ynchto will
be allowed to participate, tho boats
receiving their respective time allow
ances ut tho start. Tho ruco will start
at 2 p. m, and the yachts will bo start
ed from tho committee's boat by mega
phone. Thu prize is u silver cup.
Course Fiom line between commlt
teo boat and club Hag on shore; thence
ritlt D.iMrl lint-lino nnnnnol nn.l Ikn...
-... ... ......,, I, ....... I,, U .Mot,,.
up tbu coast, rounding bell buoy, keep-
Ing same on port hand and flnlshlng nt
All the races will be governed by tho
racing rules of tho club, except l
otherwise provided In tho foregoing
statement of arrangements. I
The conimlttpi, linn hium itnuM,, ii
perfect arrangements toward securing'
the launch Water witch us the elder of
the Young brothers who has chnrgo of j
tho boat whenever she Is taken out,
has gone to Kauai. The big launch!
now In tho hands of Mr. Ilencar, will
bu used by tho committee In Its work.
Tho committee wish the guests of tho
Yacht Club to remember to take along
blankets nnd mosquito nets with them.
Port Captain Hoth will endeavor to
supply tents for all tho guests.
The regatta committee of the Ha
waii Yacht Club met at tho office nf P.
WELLS, FARGO SCO's
On and After Nnvembfr 1st,
the .iwnev for WGI.LK,
l-AUC.O JV CO'H I1XPRI1SH
will be In the office nf the
UNION EXPRESS COMPANY.
ISO King Street.
TELEPHONE. HAIN 86.
L. Weaver, Jr., this afternoon to make
rules regarding crews and movable bal
last for the yacht races to take place
cm Saturday and Sunday,
There has been but little notice tuk
rn of this Important factor In yacht
ruclng In former years and It was with
a view of settling the question that tb
meeting was held.
Many of the boats have fixed ballast
and to arc not affected except ns to lbs
number of the crew they shall curry
during a race. Others of the boats
have to take ballast and a large crew
to give them stability on n windy day
while In a light nlr they sail without
ballast and with but two or three for n
crew-. An attempt will be made to have
the rule for crews In vessels not cur
rying fixed ballast limited to four,
while racing, and there boats will have
to make statements as to how much
ballast they will carry.
Live ballast has always been the
most popular kind of movable b.illist
rnrrled In a boat. Thcro Is no trouble
about shifting It when necessary ns It
shifts Itself. Under the rule made nt
this afternoon's meeting n boat must
lliitsli with tlui same amount of ballast
she started with. Otherwise she will
III TRIED TO Si
BREWER GRELCK CAUGHT
IN AN OUT GOING VESSEL
Is Now In Custody of High Sheriff
Two Friends Put Dp $500
Before Judge Gear
A, (lielck, the assistant brewer of th
local beer conrern who was Indicted by
the Grand Jury on til ccluirgc of lar
ceny in the second degree, is now iu
the custody of the High Slirrlrf and
this afternoon, the prosecution will usk
Judge (.car to raise the amount or ball
which was reduced jesteiilny from
$1000 to $500. Grclck. It will be re
membered. Is charged with having
stolen a number ot kegs of beer from
tho Honolulu Drew cry Co. ,
Grclck appealed liefnio .ludee Wil
cox In the Police Court yesterday und
had his case nolle pros'd on account of
the action of the Grand Juiy. Imme
diately. F. SI. Ilrooks. his attorney,
went with the man to scenic ball In
tho sum of $500. Two friends of the
man put up the necessary amount and
Mr. Ilrooks, handing the money our to
tho receiving station cleik, seemed the
release of Orelck..
The police authorities were a bit
suspicious about Grclck's nitlons nnd
so they kept close watch on his move
ments. The Slrene wits one of the ves
sels supposed to snll this morning and
she was on the boards to leave between
8 and 9 o'clock. At S o'clock. Captain
Harry Flint of the wnter flout police,
went aboard the vckhcI mid iniidn a
complete search. He wus well le
warded for, stowed away In what Is
known ns the "hue-foot" of the Slrene,
was the man Gielck covered over with
u lot of old bags. Ills trunk was also
on the vessel.
Orelck was arrested and his bonds
men were notified. In a short time.
Attorney Ilrooks appealed on the scene
nnd, In the name of the bondsmen,
surrendered the man Into tho custody
of tho High Hliciln. Grclck's action
Is looked upon ns u betrayal or confi
dence seldom equalled. Had ho suc
ceeded In getting nwny, his two friend
would have suffered to the extent of
$250 apiece, .
Deputy Clerk Appointed.
Frederick C. Handy, having resign
ill ns deputy clerk of thu Knltod
SJntes District Court, to tnko the of
iiiv ui viiic-i ii-piliy uimcil niaios
.viursuai, jiiugo i;steo has ordered that
Miss Fnnnle I.. Dtilinrti l itti,wilnf,l in
act as biicIi deputy clerk until the
(Hither order of the cuuit. Miss Os
horn, who possesses accomplishments
which will render her assistance val
uable, commenced her now duties in
thu office of Chief Clerk Moling yes
terday. m ,
FIRST lt)2 CALENDAR.
The Hi st 1902 iiilendur of the season
has been published by tho Woman's
Exchange and is now on sale nt Its
headquarters. This culcmlur Is quite
superior to former efforts In this line
und will be much sought for local use
und to send to friends. Tlio cover Is
an artistic Representation ot Hulnbow
falls biirrounded by tioplrul verdure,
Tho twelve slips, ono for each mouth,
contain half tone leproductlons of most
attractive scenes of tho Islands. Thoso
in search of calendars should not full
to visit the Woman's Exchange before
"Excuso me," he said to tho appli
cant for tho typewriter's position, "but
I would llku to know your age."
Tho young woman looked astouislf
ed. "May I ask what that has to do
with my fitness for tho place'" sho
"Nothing." ho piomptly nnswercd.
"You see, It's my wlfo that wants to
"In that cubo," said tho applicant,
who wns pretty as well as young, "toll
her I am forty-suven."
And tho smilo that followed this In
genius statement brought out four de
lightful dimples. Cleveland Plain
Peti ions Against
C iNSCIENTIOUS SCRUPLES
WILL BE RLSPECTED
"An Advantageous Exercise for the
Regiment" Public Holiday
Would Not Be Fair
to the Men.
Yesterday afternoon thu Honolulu
Ministerial Association formulated a
petition to Governor Dole, ns om
iKiiuder Iu chief of tlio Hawaiian Na
tional Guard, to prevent the holding of
.he proposed "sham battle" In Manoa
vnllcy on Sunday next. This petition
was presented to the Governor this
Another petition for laymen to sign,
containing n player similar In effect
to that already mentioned, was clrcu
Inted, but up till 11:45 this forenoon
had not reached the Governor's hands.
Governor Dole, when asked about
the petitions, said he had received one
from a number of clergymen. He then
made n statement In substnnte ns fol
"1 have tnlked tho matter over with
"It Is not n sham battle. It Is in thu
nature or target practice by the regi
ment. "K any member of the command has
any (onseleutlniis scruples nliuut It, I
Jo not Imagine be will bo subjected to
discipline for not turning out.
"I have concluded not to Interfeio
In the matter. It Is a very advnntu
c;c(ius exercise for the regiment.
"It cannot possibly bu held on a
week-day, there are so many of tho
men who could III afford to lose ,i
To tlio suggestion of walling for n
public holiday, Governor Dole replied:
"Well, a holiday would Hardly bo
suitable. Public holidays are rare and
It would not be fair to require n regi
mental exercise or this kind on n holi
day. As 1 said before, this Is not a
mere amusement, but target practice
In leglmunlal formation. On u holiday
men want to go out of town with their
families for recreation."
Upon being Informed that some had
signed a petition ngutlist tho drill not
from Sabbatarian motives, but because
It appeared an Infringement or person
al liberty to order men out for sevi'ro
mllltnry duty on thu statutory day of
rest, the Governor replied:
"As 1 have stated, I don't think
compulsion would bu used toward any
one' having conscientious scruples. I
understand that tho men generally niu
taking a great deal of Interest In the
9 i m -
LONO KAIAIKI'R CAHU.
The case of I.ono Kalalkl, charged
with obtaining money under raise pre
tenses from Harry Evans, was nolle
pios'd In tho Police Court this fore
noon, the prosecution explaining that
the tivldenre secured was not all It
Judge Wilcox remarked on thu care
lessness ot Honolulu people who. In
their zeal to offer a helping hand. In
variably pul their hands In their
pockets whenever a collector of funds,
to build a new church might happen
to appear on the scene. Ho then told
a story of a (ollector of church funds
Who appropriated $200 for his own
likes. When accused of taking the mon
cj, ho replied that lie hud borrowed
tho money from the Lord ti( buy n suit
of new clothes. Ily means of the good
appearance made by him in these new
clothes, lie was nblo to collect five or
six bundled dollars. On this showing,
the church mado the collector a present
E II MEET
The executive committee or the
Home Itulu party hold a meeting last
evening lor tho purpose or taking
somo uctiou on a successor to llcpro
seutatlvo Ewallko, deceased. After
much discussion. It was decided that
tho secretary of thu committee Issua
a cull to tho chairmen of tho various
district committees ot Puna, Hllo and
linmakiia for a convention to bo held
in Hllo at a tlmo to bo decided on by
tho committeemen themselves. Ther
was couslderahlo adverso comment on
this action or tho executive commit
tee picvlous to thu taking of the vote
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packsges to nny
part of tho city for lOe up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
all parts ot tho Unltod
States and Europe.
Office, 1017 tlothcl St.,
opposite Honolulu Market
but It had no ivflect and tho course
suggested was adopted.
The following names of men who
might tnke Kwatiko'e place aro look
ed upon ns the most favorable to the
Home llulcrs J. N. Kamokil and J.
M. Kauwlla ot Puna, Henry West of
Hllo end J. N. Nnlcllehua of Hamakua.
However, these names aro only the
suggestions of the executive commit
tee here In Honolulu. The convention
to bo held In Hllo may choose a man
whosn name has not vet been men
Messrs. Preudergnst, Hush and Na-
kookoo were appointed a committee
to raise funds to carry on the work
of the executive committee and to
provide a regular place for meetings.
It was announced at tho meeting that
there wero two vacancies on the ex
ecutive committee. Although there
were no appointments, the following
names were mentioned' Edgar Cay
pless, Prince Jonah Kalanlanaole, Car
los l-ong, W. Knhlbaum, D. Mahukii
nnd J. J), Holt.
A FRIVOLOUS CAHIi.
A very much stlrred-up old native
woman appeared In tho Police Court
this forenoon as tho complaining wit
in sb In a case against a Chinese young
man. charged with malicious Injury.
It seems that while the ucfendant was
playing ball near the woman's house
vcstcrilny he "muffed'1 n liner and tho
dull stiiick a pliimarlN tree, carrying
away a very small branch. The ar
Attorney Kniilukoii nppearcd for th"
defendant and stated that his client
was willing to pay for the damage he
liad done. The woman was asked
what slio consldeicd tho damage to
be worth and shu named n dollar and
a half. Kaulukott walked over to her
nnd, with a low bow, dropped the
money Into her hand. Then Judgu
Wilcox dismissed tho case, saying:
"This Is another irt those -ftc'en-ccnt
cases tho Grand Jury does not like. I
dismiss It as being frivolous.'
NEW VILLA TIT
C. S. Desky Is opeulng up the tract
about Kaiiena fallB. Nuuaiiu stream.
under the naiuo of Knpcna Subdivision.
inversllled In topograjiny the tract
will not bo plotted geometrically, but
offered In villa lots of dimensions to
suit purchasers. Thu falls will again
be mado u bathing spot, furnishing, to
those Intiepid enough to taku It, a
grand leap from tho summit to the
pool, Some years ago bathing there
was prohibited on account of tlio ox
if.tcnc.e of the lower Nuuanu reser
voir, but when the lluuna Vista Hos
pital started abovo the reservoir 'was
A PERFECT BATH.
Joseph Fernandez, proprietor of thu
popular Silent Harbor Shop, has per
fected this Institution by the addition
of n moft modern nnd tully equipped
set or live hot nnd eold-vvnter buth
rcoms. These rooms will bo open to cus
tomers tomorrow morning nnd there
It no doubt or a ery liberal patron
age. If wu can Judgu rrom the hand
sumo up pea ranee of the fixtures and
the evident cleanliness of the entire
Each apartment Is titled with a
roomy white poieelaln tub with ull its
accessories, nickel plated shower, tow
el racks, etc.
The lloors uro covered with varnish
ed linoleum and chairs and clothes
nicks are piovlded for thu convenience
or thu bather.
Electric lights are generously dis
tributed throughout, nnd everything
bt speuks absolute cleanliness and
t-cm wnli me.
A liii) gallon tank or wnter Is kept
continually hot by a patent heater mid
it ready for iiko nt all times.
Tim Silent Harder Shop Is well
known tor Its up-to-date service cour
teous trentment und first-class work.
Thu baths being under tho Bnmo man
agement, will havu the samo high
standard of excellence always main
tained by Mr. Fernandez nnd tho now
enterprise will be looked upon as a
stride. In tho right direction.
Dining thu heat of tho day hero will
be tho luxury of n cold bath at a mo
ment's notice, while to tho man who
has not tho conveniences nt homo for
a much-longed-for wnrm-water bath
this will ho n boon; llkovvlso It means
n homo hath without thu necessity of
going homo. jt
General bookbinding, rullnir. clldlnir.
embossing, maps, charts and artistic
printing nt tho EYENINO HULLETir
HEDE'C CnMRTHINr. it win piMse the
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THERBare several hunjrrt fe&ol
children In Honolulu and- mult
.of thesa wjll-nceJ a new pall
of school shoes soon.
Wh.itvVvvantrso sell all or most
of these shoes, and have m.i Je extensive
.preparations to that effect We have
what we believe to he the best line of
school shoes in the country In
HAMILTON unrl HISOWN
SECURITY HCHOOL MIOB
They are m.iJe of the very lM mater
ials by reliable workmen, and they're
inaJe to st.inj the wear.
$2. SO BUYS A PA
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
I0S7 FORT 8TEBT.
Big Forest Fires Said to
Have Been Extin
guished. MAUNA LOA AND KAIULANI
BRING THE WELCOME NEWS
First Fain Fell Monday Night Last
Continued On Tuesday
No Signs of Let Up
The old saying. "It never rnlns but
It pours. ' has come truu In thu case
iiif the District of Hamakua on thu Dig
Island. For many months past llama-
l;iia has suffered from a drought that
lor length and severity beats the rec
ord of ony former expurlencu of a likn
nature in thu Islands. Thu oldest res
Idents of the district cannot remem
ber anything of thu kind during their
'llletlmcs The urutight did untold
'damage not only to tho sugar Inter
ests but to thu welfare of thiwbolu
I district. Cattle have died off by the
Hundreds nnd people have been forc
ed to send miles for their drinking
wnter. llaths wero a luxury. Not
only did the lark of rain do all thU
damage but It resulted In tho destruc
tion or ncie upon aero or valuable for
rtB whli h, once on fire, burned for
months. Rain was tho only ngent that
i oiibl succeed In extinguishing the per
sistent tlaines, and rain there was
At Inst has come the long-lookud-for
relief, and now- the District of llama-
kua Is being deluged by the frequent
and copious showers which, bavo
brought glad smiles to the faces of the
i weary planters and thu Government
officials who have been watching with
such anxiety thu destruction of thu for
cMh that mean so much to tho welfnro
of tho Islands. Tho first news ot the
iralns was brought to Honciilu by one
of the Island steamers yesterday aft-
I el noon, nnd this morning tbu Mauna
Loa camu in with nows corroborative
ot-that received yesterday "
It Is stated positively by thu steam
er's officers that, as far as can bo seen,
the fires In Hamakua are out. All
along the coast of that district from
an inrli and n half to two Inches of
ruin have fallen during the past two
'or three days. Wben.the Mauna Ixa
sailed yestciday o'raln was still
! falling nnd It looked very much as If
! thcro wns a great doal moro to fall.
.The skies wcro very much clouded and
''" atmosphere was heavy with moist
ure. . I'urser Simerson of the Mauna Loa
I states that, at Honokan plantation, the
work of grinding has been stopied
l and that every available laborer ha
been put Into the field to plant cane.
At Kohnla two nnd n quarter Inches
of rain have fallen. On tho Kona
tide tho weather continues fair with
slight showers. Howcvor, there Is no
rat .cular need of rain In Kona Just
I now and people all over Hawaii aro
wishing that all tho rain on the Island
night be concentrated In Hamakua
I Captain Dower of thu steamer Kalu
,111111. which arrived from Hawaii yes
.terdny nfternoon, stntcs that the rnln
jbegnii In the Hamakua District on
Monday evening Inst, at which time.
It Is estimated, fully a half-Inch of wa
ter fell. The downpour continued
steadily all day Tuesdny. This was
practically tho first rainfall since April
Inst. Thu officers of tho Kalulani
I slate that tho storm was general all
tiiung niu iiuiiiuhiiu coasi.
It seems to be tho general Impres-
Rlnn Ihfll A II InaLonilol. nt llll,.
i ""--"u',";iii v iiiiu
will rereive the nomination on the IU
piibllcnn ticket as representative from
the Dig Island in place of Ewnllko, de
ceased. A number of Republican sen
ators and representatives, wbrn asked
today about Ewallko's successor, re
plied that, so far as they knew, the
Republicans had not taken any action
Children anJ Parents