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pllcH. Moral Advcrtltto
In Evening Papers.
From 8. K.
'Alameda . .-, Nov. 29
. China . ? Nov. 30
For 8. V.
Peril .... Dec. 3
Alameda Dec. 4
THAN ALL OTHER HONOLULU PUBLICATIONS TOGETHER.
Vol. XI. No 2005.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WKPNKSIiAY XuVKMUKH 27 liMij
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.ImTTTI rVTTrvT 1. -': T I I 1
..its Disreputable House
H Amidst Squalid.
CAUSES MUCH SICKNESS
The Oldest English School of Hono
lulu in Plague Quarantine
Warehouse --; Noise
. . With Dirt.
Sltuattd In ooo of the most MiiiiUld
neighborhoods of Honolulu, nuildst
noisome twnmpn unil llltlo Sahuras of
tlltli. Its.beated atmosphere runt will)
tin' clatter ofinoloy industry, nnd not
Infrequently ttto clamor or unlaw tut
riot. In the main nortlou of tho Itoynl
School Bail an tho neighborhood In,
the house is no better. Au rnormotiH
shuck hurriedly built two ytars ago
ok it uarehnimo for quarantined mcr-
limitUm In pestllencu time, tho strur
ttirp cMeinnlly nml Internally In un
couth and forbidding, nud would liu
disgraceful to the business lircliltcct
uio of Honolulu even IT It werti a
warehouse for plantation fertilizers.
Such la the accommoUntlon describ
ed in general terms for the oldest pub
lic school of Honolulu, tho first where
in tho English language, was taught
lo lluxii!lann, established by Kiimelm
mclm HI. In 1X1)1 especially fur the
benefit of tho chlldien of the Hawaii
an chiefs. Tho condition hut) existed
ror more than a year, since tint mam
f building of tho tntititutlou In i:mma
, street wnB condemned by the lljvein
,- merit Eg utnnfn. 1,oks than one-half
tho attendance lit housed In cottages
I'pou tho old site. Six department!)
or guides, with an aggregate roll of
S .'S0 hoys besides a small mined Mn
' dergniten scliuol, am huddled In the
rear half of tho Aala plague quuran-
This morning a Bulletin reporter vis
ited the Anla section of the Hoyal
School. On tho eastern sldu the Itev.
Alex. Mackintosh, principal of tho
Kchool, and Mr. I.uw, tho assistant
ijrliielpnl, roro found imparting In
i unction to a band o. youth, of di-
'Verse nationalities, but- mainly native
Hawaiian. The sun wns beating upon
the outer row of dosks at which the
pupils b-nt over their tasks. As Mr.
Mackintosh stated anti tbo lay of the
room made obvious, before thu close
ot school hours the full glare of tho
(, sun would cover three-fourths of the
interior. A vlblt to an adjoining
room on tlm Fame sine, whero a lady
Is teaching, showed a thcrmomctpr In
the shadli'bt corner standlue at 84 do-
grecs. At tho height of the school
session tho usual temperature Is close
to so degrees.
Tho doors and walls are of tough
deals, tho walls single ply and unnalnt
Ml. Crackri from one-eighth to unf
fourth of an Inch wmo between tho
Moor planks aro packed with dirt. This
.(pes in Impalpable dust nt every
footfall to mingle with the powdery
nith blowing Into tho apartments from
outside upon tho breezes that by
lylghts ought to carry health instead
of disease. Windows hnvo to be kept
i'li!(,od on account of this Infliction
Horn tp.o calcined surfneo of tho dry
l.ocn, to the north end and on both
sides of tho building. Indeed, when
forty-two panes of glass In tho princi
pal's room wcro recently counted
broken by hoodlums. It was deemed
necessary from the same cauBo to
have them replaced with whole panes.
In rainy wcathor, when tho bogs
. ai u enjulced, tho dust only gUes wny
to foul odors. Tho fetid quality of
tho utmosphoro at any senson may lie
imagined when It Is known that on
tho webtern sldo the udjacont urea la
UM'd as a dumping ground for garbago
by the Chinese, thickly Inhabiting the
quarter, wlillo on tho eastern sldt the
approach to tbo entrance of tbo prln
cl pal's room Is covered with a mntted
mum of rotten vezetahlo matter.
This latter condition is right under
tho eyes and noses of passengers In
tho electric cars. Foul and dark etna.
'IrtH In the interior of tho building add
fhclr quota to tho insanitary condi-
tlons of tho school, while the heat is
rendered all tho moro opprcsslvo from
tho nlr coming out of the front part
Dnrlng the dull times of tho
past olgbt months
have been sold at
Thn prlco paid for these
110 lots was
Some of theso lots havo
been resold at an ndvancq
of from 25 to CO per cent.
No buyers at College Hills
aro oucrlng their lota at' tho
original prlco, becauso nap
Id Transit haa mado them
Intrinsically worth at least
a 25 per cent advance
Geo. B. McClellan & Co.
Castle & Lansdale.
of the structure. This being vacant
anil hermetically, closed excepting
whero it abuts on tho school apart
ments, it conserves tho heat and emits
It In a befouled Btate withal.
Is It any wonder, with these condi
tions described, that the registers
look like a map of tho heavens with
their profuseness of nbscntVo marks?
Yesterday tho number of pupils ab
sent, mostly on account of sickness gn
far as could bo ascertained, was fifty
six. Mr. Mackintosh himself Is suffer
ing from a fcvcrlitl cold accompanied
with severe hoarseness. Ho says If
it wcro not fur tho reinforcement of
Vitality he received on his recent tour
abroad he does not believe ho could
sustain the prcmurc of the deleterious
conditions of his school In' Its present
quarters. It Is a Bwect relief to him
when tho course of duty culls him to
visit the remainder of his charge, tho
to hundred pupils at tho old site.
The squalor of It is hot all. as ma)
have been conjectured com tut- Intro
ductory remnrks of this report. There
has been a perpetual and outrageous
ilin afflicting tho cars of teachers and
pupils ever slnco the school opened
In the plague warehouse. Last April
and for some long weeks forward a
donkey cuglno hoisting wharf piles
out of the ndjncent stream made a ter
rific racket, it was beautiful to seo
the rapid operations of tho machine
nt its titanic task, but the noUe wns
simply hoirihle, tho principal says. At
present it gang is tacking coppet
sheathing on the piles wiUiln a dozen
yards of tho principal's room. Th9
mflte could only bo equaled by a col
uny of a thousand woodpeckers, but
falls n little below tho degreo of reso
nance from a bollermaking )ard. It
li baldly ncicsstuy to mention tho
rumbling and clanging ot tho electric
mis over tho nearby steel bridge, nt
the moro subdued clatter and giowl
lug of the mule trauicars on King
street. Yet these sounds arc not all.
Whenever thcro Is a conflict over right
of way between ijraymen or cyclists
or wheelbarrow propellers out on the
street, tho contestants when It comes
to arbitrament' of bodily prowess in
variably select tho front ard of the
Hoyal School as tho Held of lionor.
Tho foregoing describes tbo situa
tion of tho lamous and time-honored
Itoynl School today, with nothing ci
iA Will PItODUGE
F1FIY HMD TONS
The Kna mill has Hluit down after
taking off tho greatest crop in Its his
tory, :2,8I0 tons. This is tho first
time It bus shut down In nenrly two
years, having taken off In that time
over CO.r.OO tons ot FOgax.
The crop for 1901 will average near"
ly eleven tons per acre. Including Ionic
and short rattoonn. Tho question Is
often asked of employs of Bwa, "What
Is Ewa's limit?" Well, the writer
was laughed at a few jenrs ago wheu
he said that Kwa would produce over
30,000 tons. Now e have produced
that and over.
I shall make another prediction,
which Is that Kwa will yet produce
S0.000 tons of sugar and that shn will
be the first mill on the Islands to do
I.nuls I-iniie has resigned ns night
sugar boiler and accepted tho position
us sugar boiler ut Wnlanae, Mike
O'Dowdu has been promoted to Mr.
Kwa Plnntntlon, Nov. 27. 1$01.
"The District Attorney," a famous
and powerful play from tbo pens ot
Harrison drey Klsk 'and Chas.-Kllen
will bo the holiday btll at the Opera
IIou30 tomorrow evening by Mr. Noll!
and Jils company. Few plays ever
created tho sensation when It was flrst
produced that did this rather remark
able dramatic composition. In defer
ence to many fashionable patrons ot
the Nelll company tho curtain tomor
row evening will not rise until 9
Friday evening n novelty will bo In'
troduced. The ttage effects and paia-
phernalla will put In placo In full
view of tho audience. Tho play will be
"A Parisian ltomnnce," presented by
special permission of Ilichard Mans
PORTLAND'S BIG FAIR
Washington, Nov. III. Joel M. Long
of Portland, hud u conference with
Secretary Wilson today In tho interest
of tbo Lewis and Clark Exposition. Tbo
Secretary enthusiastically declared
that he was In hearty accord with tbg
Exposition and would gladly do every
thing ho and his department could to
aeslst In making Portland s fair a sue'
cess. Ho recognized that argricuture
would take a prominent place at the
Imposition, and promised not only a
line (iovernment exhibit, but, through
Frank M. Hitchcock, chief of the divi
sion of foreign markets, he will do
what ho can to secure valuable exhibits
from tho Orient,
MoulUr Hcbnll Tenm.
The Maul baseball team wants to
como to Honolulu to play. Tho fol
lowing communication relating to thn
matter has Just been received by Depu
ty Sheriff Chllllngworth:
Wnlluku, Nov. 23, 1901.
My Dear Charles: I am writing to
secretary of Honolulu Athletic Club to
seo It a way could not bo found by
which tho Maui Doys can come down
nnd play n game or two nt baseball
with Honolulu ball tossers. You aro
an enthusiast In epnrts, and you might
give tbo Bchemo a push, which will bo
appreciated by your fellow Island
friends. Wo can givo you fellows 'a
close rub, I predict, Yours sincerely,
THE 3EA30N It nigh when, ac
cording to the time-hallowed cut-
torn of our people,' the President
appoints a day t the especial oc
casion for pralee and thanksgiving to
This thankigivlng finds the people
ttlll bowed with sorrow for the
death of a great and good President.
We mourn President MeKlnley be
came we so loved and Honored him,
and the manner of his death should
awaken In the breast of our people
a keep anxiety for-the country and at
the tame time a resolute purpose not
to be driven by any calamity from the
path of strong, orderly, popular lib
erty which as a nation we have thus
far safely trod. :iC 1
Yet In spite of-this great disaster,
It it nevertheless true tha no .people'1
on earth have such abundant cause
for thanksgiving as1 we have. ' The V
past year In particular hat been one
of peace and plenty. We have pros
pered in things material and have
been able to work for our own uplift
ing In things Intellectual and spiritual.
Let ut remember that, at much hat
been given us, much will be expected
from ut! and that true homage cornea
from the hearts at well as from the
lips, and showt Itself In deeds. We
can beat prove our thankfulness to
the Almltjhty by tho way In which
on this earth and at tint time each
of us daet hit duty to hit fellow-men.
Now, therefore, I, Theodora Roose
velt, President pf the United Statei,
do hereby dettgnate at a day of gen
eral thanksgiving Thurtday, the 28th
of this present November, and do rec
ommend the people ceate from their
wonted occupation! and at their sev
er,! I hornet and placet' of worship rev
erently thank the Giver of all good
for the countless btesclngt of our na
Done at the City of Washington, thit 2d day of November, in the
hundred and one, and of the independence of the United States the one
by the Pretldenf. JOHN HAY, Secretary of State.
f3 i-j fa pa ro ra ra pa ra m Pa ra Pa M Pa m pa po Pa Pa P p-i IM Hi r pa Ps
The U. S. A. T. Unset ranR. after a
tilp of nine days from Portland, Oro
gon. nrrlK'd hero very unexpectedly
tills morning, bringing one day'a later
news of the outside world. Tho vcbstl
lias nbonrd four nnnored men and of
ficers of tbo Twenty-eighth United
States Infantry who bavy been stutiou
pil ut llolse. Idaho;" Vancouver and
Spokane. They am on their way to
Tbo Columbia river "bar rwas"cross
ud on the morning of the 17th, aud
for tbo first three dayB out toe ycbfcI
encountered very -heavy head-wind
and sea. For the rest of the trip, how
ever, she experienced One weather and
the voyage was a pleasant one for
most of her many passengers.
This Is the third trip of the Uose
crans as a transport to this city. As
tin steamer Columbia the called bora
many times. In former years. For Bev
oral months she has been In Alaskan
waters and did good service In the
north. The vessel will riunalu hero
about four days to take 560 tons of
coal and havo sumo Bmall repair J
mode to her machinery. Quartermas
ter Lieutenant C. K. Hancock, Sev
enth United Statt'H Infantry, is in
command of tbo vessel, and tho Ilulte
tin Is Indebted to him nnd his freight
clerk, Mr. Koblnson, for late new.,
Thn ofllcers aboard are: Major CI.
11, lloach, Captains J, C. MacAritmi
and S. K. ilanford. Lieutenants K.
A. Krueger, S. A. Price P. Vcrden
burg. 8. II. Fisher, (I. IJ. Kumpko,
C. W. Harris. W. T. Conwuy. Tho
only lady aboard is Mrs. Krueger, wife,
of Lieutenant Krueger, and child.
Theiu are 380 enlisted men of Com
ranles K, F, ft and 11 of tho Twenty-
Tomorrow will dnwn on the dead,
bodies flt hundreds of turkeys, for it I
will he Thanksgiving Day. In tlia I
morning, there will bo tho usual ser-1
vices nt the various 'places of worship
In the city. These, if anything, lll
be moro elaborate thnn usual. In thu
nltrinoon there will be the football
gnu.e and In the evening, the time tint
ull are looking fnrwnrd to, there will
ue the turvliig of turkeys around many
li stul boards. Ilcsliles these pleasant
iiUiiliL, there will be the Nelll com-
jinny's performance and tbe.blg dinners
at tho two hotels. I
The largest service In tho morn'ugi
will be the one at Central Union
church in which the congregations of
th.it church, the Methodist and Chris-,
t;im churched, will comblifo. There
will be siicclal music, tho selections all
being appropriate to the day and tin
decorations will be beautiful. One uf
tin li Mures ot tho occasion will bo the
i ceding uf the flovernor's proclama
tion.. Following Is tbo program lu de
tail: Organ prelude Andauto Cantablle.
Invocation and Lord's Prayer Uev,
W. D. WtstervelL
Itenillns of tho Governor's Proclama
tionAlbert F. Judd.
Anthem "Tc Ileum (Festival) 1)"
Ucsi)on8lve Itemllng Psalm 100.
Pruyer -Uev. O. L. Pearson.
Otftrtury "Wnko Up, Thy Cllory."
Mrs. A. II. Otis, Mrs. O. M. Whitney.
Hymn 187 Choir nnd Congregation.
Harmon "To Whom Shall Wo 11
Thankful" Uev. W. M. KlncalJ. ,
Polo "Home, flveet Home,"
ikakakakakaH. BWRVHIr"' tIK. kHlkakakal
tHHHHIIIIIIIIHt ''wniH ' l,' jmUUfflmm
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT WRITING HIS THANKSGIVING
Washington, Nov. 10. A special to
the Portland Oregonlan says:,
1'ri'sldpnt Itoiwovclt.ls In favor ot
tho re-enactment of tbo Cblneso ux
iluslon Inw and will probably so ice
ommend In his message.
On this subji'i t he differs from Sec
retary Gage, who will make no recom
mendation, but the Trt-amiry IK'part
ofent'wllt uot oppose the law, but will
endeavor to Lave It changed In hoiuo
particulars with a lew, to better en
forcement. Tho changes suggested are of a triv
ial character and relate mainly to a
moro definite description ot what Cbl
peso labor Is and tho classes that are
to bo excluded. It Is uot belioved thnt
any changeM can bo mado which will
lie absolutely effective In preventing
Chinese from being smuggled across
Ihu borders from Canada on the north
and Mexico on tho vnuth. but provi
sions fur more Inspectors may be made
In the new law.
eighth United States Infantry nm1 .
seventy enlisted men unasslgned.
As thero was no dock nvailabln for
the HnMrrniis but the Pad lie. Malli
wharf, she was placed there to Inks
ci nl and V.atiT.
8. S.ALAMEDA, Dec. 4, and
8. 8. SONOMA, Dec. 10.
Last express steamers to roast before
Ship your packages by
WELLS, FARGO & CO. EXPRESS
With Union Express Co.,
120 King St.
Mrs. A. II. Otis
Choir and Congregation,
Organ I'ostlude Harvest Festival
Thorn will bo it special service of tha i wt" will suiely bo nt the game
Setonil Congregation of St. Anilrnw' 1'lay will begin nt 3:30 o'clock sharp.
Cuthcdrnl at 10 o'clock In tbo morn-,W' " Habbltt will jirohahly not rcf
lug. The public Is cordially lnvlt.il to tho ganio ns ho Is to bo married
ntli ml. There will be Hpeclal musln '" tll evening. It, Is probable that
h) the ihiilr, organ and orchestra. All Charles S. Llaton will take his place.
suits will bu free and thcro will bo
ushers In attendance. Thn order or the
sirvtce will be us follows:
Prelude Amlanto Movement. . .Tohnnl
Organ nnd Orchestra.
Hymn "Now Thank Wo All Our
,.U '" w"'
n...i'i ui- !.-...( ii.,.."'"""-i, uiciwuh, iiKiu nun duck: nn
Festival Ue'sp"ones" '.'... Tullls
Venlte-"0 Come Let Ug-Slng..
Proper Psalms H7, B5 and 150,
To Dcuni In (I Millard
Jubilate Dm In F Garrett
Anthem "While tho Barth Ucmaln
Hymn "To Thee O (lot! Our Hearts
Ferraon Uev, Alex, Mackintosh.
Hymn "Wo Plough the Fields
and Scatter." '
Star Spangled Manner.
Thanksgiving Day will be obsorved for n rldo In and nbout tho city. Tho
nt St. Andrew's Cathedral by n choral horses will bo tho only purls op tho
celebration of tho Holy Communion at turnouts that will not bu covered with
7 a. m. Tho Bermon will bo preached boys. Tin boms and other musical
by the Ilishop ot Honolulu, Instruments will be furnished In abun-
Tho football gamo In the nfternoon dant quantities and tho boys will give
will undoubtedly draw a largo number vent to their pent-up feelings. At 1
of people out to the Oahu College cam- o'clock, tho boys will go to a resiau
pus. From tho present outlook, the rnnt In tho city for dinner. This hav
gamo will bo one of tho best of tha Ing been annihilated, they will bo tlrlv
ycar. It will be Impossible, for the en out to the football game From
band to piny at tbo. football gamo be- thero they will return to town and dls
cause the edict has gone forth from band at tho Ilullctln ofllco.
year of our Lord one thousand nine
hundred and twenty-s.xt.t.
Pa Pa Pa p-a to Pi Pa Pa pji Pa Pa Pa
Now Haven. Conn., Nov. It!. Yale
defeated Princeton in the nnnual font
ball contest nt Yule field this after
noon by the scoio of 12 to 0. The
Miiio. iiccoidlng to experts who wit
t'Chsed tho game, lepu-sents uecur.ito
!y tbo superiority of the Sons ut PI.
AuMu ttom the general uxolleuco or
til Yale team, the feature ot tho play
v.v.r to be found In tho rntlro tib-tcnce
o'. unfair tactics. During tho game,
l.iftlng-nenrly two hours. Including the
Iniet mission and tho time taken nut
by delays resulting horn inluiloj. two
penalties wuru Impcwcil, thu rival
teams being equally guilty.
Tho fcaniu was won by Yale us a ro
Milt of the simplest kind of old fash
Icned football, rendered effective b)
entire consistency in team play, nnd
a physical condition which enabled
the Sous uf KM to "last" through n
Bi.uclllig toutest. Pilucetnn, on the
other bund, iitsplnyi'd a tendency to
go to pieces nt times, and thioitghout
tho game hor men required frequent
mtrslug. Yalo played throughout tne
seveuty.mlnuU'H of actual time with p
Blnglo change Princeton luund It nee
cssary to call upon seven subMltutoit
and tin) Introduction of theso lialfiloz
en fresh men enabled her to Iraki a
superb llnlsb of a contest whlcn bad
been nllogethor uphill, halo's goa'
lino wns ncer In danger. Indeed tho
Princeton players never reached n
point nearer Yale's goal than th-j .i0
yard line. Yale stored two tuti'-h
downs, ono lu each half, nnd cnv'.x of
theso scores wns romerleil cluveilv
Into a goal by Olcott. Yale's torch
downs came as a result ot a suncrblv
developed system of line-plunging. The
famous tackles back formitlous li
all their variations netted the greatest
the Capitol building that tho boys must
play on the Capitol grounds in the af
ternoon us well as In tho morning. It
Is thought that the sui rounding at
mospJiciC will enjoy tho music much
more than the great crowds ot people
Tho teams will line up as follows:
Honolulu Athletic Club Albert
Ciinhn, center; Houghtalltng, right
guard; Isaac Cockett, left guard; Lano,
light tncklc; Wise, left tuckle; Vldu,
right end; Harry, left end; Thompson,
I . 1,.. -I-.. ,...!...,.. .-
, ,10",o,L"n,K' !Ut lmlr hack aml 1,,a!a
dell, full back.
Punnhou Athletic Club Robinson,
center; Kimball, right guard; Judd,
left ward; J. Watcrhuusc, right tack
le; Walker, left tackle; Armstrong,
right end; Watcrhouso, left end; Wll
'llamson, quarter; Downing, right half
duck; murse, icu nan uacK, anil so
per, fullback. ,
Ono of tho prlnclpnl events of tho
day will be the big rldo anil dinner lo
bo given by tho llulletlu to Its corps
ot newsboys. Two busses will start
from tha Ilullctln ofllco nt 10 o'clock
gains. Yalo's back, assisted by as
sprightly a set of forwards as could
be asked for, found holes In th
Princeton line which enabled tb-m ti
make gains wheu they onco found
their pare, and touchdowns were In ,
i-.uuuii- wan mo niaxninceKi iciiib '
work displayed by Yale. Yalu's flrct
touchdown mis made after about fif
teen minutes of play. A fumble by '
rriucptun at tho renter of tbo field
gave Yale her ilmncc. and, seizing tho
ball on Princeton's RO-yard line, thn
Yale men In ten plays forced the hall
ocr for the llrsl score.
HANCOCK P (Iff
WI1H NO DM
Washington, Nov. 16. -The Quarter
master Ocneral of the Army has re
retted llin following:
"Nagasaki, Nov. 111. ' Hancock
grounded on sandbar nt entrance; of
Inand Mm, Wns floated at high tide
today, uninjured. Will go to relief
of Warren at once."
The ns tsentencc means that thn
Hnncnck will Join tint Warren at Kobe
and take her passengers, Including tho
Congressional party, and bring them
hark to the United States. Uenrrnl
Chaffee- cables that no more transports
uf the Hancock class will be sent by
the .Inpaneso route
Sofia Nov. 1C Tho bilgnnds whe
captured Miss Stone nnd .Madame Tsn
ka have leduccd the amount uf ran
som they demand to 'Ju.iiuli ITurklsli)
pounds t'oliiiidi nt with thin Intel!!
gence Is the Information that thu lead
ers of the band. If convinced tnat till)
is mini' than .Mr. Dickinson will give
woilM net opt C 15,00". liven title
sum Is greatly liejond the tiisn nt Mr
Dickinson's disposal. Therefore, tin
less the inptorH uf the inissionariff
further abate their demands, there li
no hope of nn Immediate settlement
An agent who Is In touch with' the
bilgandb repoits that they recognlzo
they made a mistake In kidnaping
Miss Stone. They would, however,
consider It worse than n blunder tn
release her without an ndcqnnto ran
oni. There Is no longer any roar re
garding the brigands Intentions to
ward the captives. The declaru them
selves to bo not robbers, but patriots
performing nn obnoxious task In the
Interest ot the Holy rauso, rne ma
jorlty ot thu. kldnapum arc. peasants
and farmers directed by a secret com
mittee to execute Its decisions.
Extra fine Thanksgiving dinner at
tho Waiklkl Inn tomorrow. Special
Commander Wlnslow expects to be
relieved from duty on the return of
the vessel to San Francisco.
Hememher tho special Thanksgiving
dinner at Waiklkl Inn tomorrow, Tur
key nud suckling pigs n feature.
Tho Ilabbltt-Carter nuptials will
take jilace In Central Union church to
morrow evening. Rev. W. M. Klncald
will ofTlclate. Tbo brltlo will bo given
away by her father, J, O. Carter. Miss
Carter, Bister of the bride, w'll bo the
mald-of-honnr and It. W. Shlnglo will
accompany tho groom us best man.
Miss May Damon and Miss Mary Wld
dlflcld will ho bridesmaids and the
following will act ns ushers: A. A.
Young, Albert Waterhouse, W. W. Wil
liamson, Wm. Wnlker, J. O. Carter.
Jr., and Cushmnn Carter. After the
ceremony nt the church, there will bo
n reception at tha house of the bridal
party. Tho newly married couple will
I leavo on a special train for the Penin
sula where they will spend their
honeymoon nt the country homo of
W. W. Hall.
rhs Merchants' Parcel Delivery
, Deltvort. packages to any
jiart ot the city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone Blue (521.
Packages shipped 'o
all part's of tho United
Statos and Europo.
Ofllco, 1017 Bethel 8L,
nnnnolto Honolulu Mrkt
Wo hnvo Just received a new lot nf
thou uxt'u.'.unl goods, nnd wo can
truthfully stato to our customers that
they aro better thnn ever- Anyone
who has worn a pair ot these Shoes
knows what that menns.
To thnso who hnvo not found a
Shoo that gives thorn satisfactory
wear, wo would suggest that they try
a pair ot theso.
NEA.T FITTING, STYLISH AND THE
PRICE IS BIGHT.
And You Can Get Them Only at the
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.,
i'S7 POUT STRBRT.
DAVIS IN WAY
Convicted of Shooting
Tom Aukai at
SENTENCE HARD LABOR
TERM OF 1W0 YEARS
Frank Fisher Fioed for Battering
.Annie Claudioe Willie Hall
Still Held in Guardian's
Jonah Davla was tried and found
guilty thin morning on -indictment ot
assault with n wejpon on lorn Au
kai, by shooting him through 'the
anus. This case arose from a shooi
ng affair in Una district, wulch arous
ed considerable cxcltumenL Tho
shooting appeared to bo wanton. Judge
Gear sentenced Davis to Imprisonment
it bard labor for two years and pay
ment of JlS.r.O costs. Tho Jurr con
sisted of I M ward Woodward, Unnja
ruin It. Campbell, Isaiah Dray.' John
M. navis. Alexander K. Aona. Iloubcn
A. Dexter, Chailes K. I.ako, John A.
Noble, James Kahalopua, Jonn L.
flanrmann. James K. Mursobene and
James M. Sims. Assistant Mtornej
Qeneral Douthltt prosecuted and Mr.
uallurd defended tho prisoner
frank msiier, who appealed from a
sentence of sixty days at hard labor
or assaulting Annlo Claudlne. char.z-
"d hit plea to guilty, and was sentenc
ed to pay n flncrof 150 and costa.
Judge Humphreys dltmlttod tho do-
Mtlon of William A. Hall, spendthrift,
'or dellvcranco from tbo guardianship
ol Oeorgti II. Carter. Tbo guardian's
ittorney was allowed a, fee of 151.
ntlou nf Bfnn-tl to tho Slipromt
Court wns gtvon.
Louisa Kaiuoa, guardian of May and
IMward Kaaloa, minors, petitions for
li-avo to convey real estate to the
Territory of Hawaii. Tho land was
appraised by Will K. Fisher at tl
squarti foot and tho Territory offers
$1500 for It. It la npadod for tho ex
tension of Kuktil street. '
WBLCOMIIP AT PUEBLA. &
Ihiebln. Mexico, Nor. 16. The City
ot Puebla this morning extended a
royal welcome to tho Pan-American
delecatrs and their fnmlllpi fleneral
Muiro P. Martinez, who extended a
formal welcome In a speech delivered
nt the State Colege. Tho day was spent
In vlsltlnip nuhllr Inatltuttnnii. Tnnlvli.
the Governor entertained tho visitors
at n banquet given In the City Hall.
8RCRETARY HAY WILL ATTEND
Washington, Nov. 10. Secretary
Hay Is to attend the annual dinner ot
the New York Chamber ot Commerce)
next Tu'esdny evening. He will respond
to a toast In a manner which It ex
pected to bo enlightening as to some of
tho most Interesting phases ot the for
eign policy or tbo United States.
Sepnrnte HchnoU In OMnhoma.
fluthrlo. O. T., Nov. 10. Separate
schools for Indian children la the lat
est Issuo iiolltlcally In Oklahoma. la
some counties many of the Indiana at
tend the public schools, which have
been established for tho whites, and
tho latter do not believe In allowing
the redskins these privileges. The In
dians also refuse to attend tho negro
Vote nn Alnbamn ConHtlttit'on.
Birmingham, Ala., Nor. 16. The
o!IUIal voto from all but six counties
announced today placed tho majority
for the new constitution at 31.5C0. Five
J of tho six counties missing will go
against tho constitution, but cannot
bring the majority lower than 23,000.
I Magazines bound by tho EVENING
S3.00 TO $4.50
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