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this & space
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The excellent nines we aro offering In handsomo rockers will
prove Interesting to the housekeeper and o"r assortment of styles
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The coming charity hall Is going to bo a trcmoiidous success.
herybody and his Bister will be there, so get In line. Ino proceeds
go to the Honolulu Eyo and Ear Infirmary.
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Little. Work to be Done
in Federal Court
BASKET BALL PLAYERS
Mother's Scdden Death Caused by Fit
of Passion on Discovery that
Her Daughter Had
Hllo, Jan. 31. M. &i. Kstce, Judge
of the United States District C6urt at
Honolulu, with his clerk V. 11. Matins
arrived by the Klnau and opened
court Wednesday ocnlng. Thcro lin
ing little Federal business Judge Us
tee was able to return to Honolulu by
Tho Judge Is feeling good, though
ho has Just emerged fioni the arduous
labors of hearing the Pearl Harbor
land condemnation suits nnd as soon
as ho returns must wade Into thosu
labors again. Judge Kstoe says with
tho light Federal business at Hllo dur
ing the past enr, he believes ho will
not mako tho trip next year. Tho law
empowers the clerk of tho Federal
Court to open and adjourn court under
Basket Ball Ascendant.
While the oung ladles In Hllo worn
tho first to conccho tho Idea of Intro
ducing the game of basket ball into
this portion of the territory, tho joitng
men have not been outdistanced In the
matter. An attempt has been made to
get the young men interested In tha
game, tho efforts having met with fair
success. Those of the oung men who
arc going to play tho gamo are C. U.
Hapal, II. I. Cruzan. Win. Heers, Win.
Kagsdale, I'. Holland, II. Howland, II.
Haldlng and V. 1.. Iloock.
As It takes five men to make up a
team more of the bojs nro needed.
Marriage and Funeral.
Mrt. Oullliermo Slhclra died sud
denly at her home nt Walkamalu last
Friday night. Tho cause of her death
was a ruptured blood ousel, the result
of a passion brought on by tho ell'
covcry that her daughter had eloped.
Her daughter Francisco, loved Antonio
ulz, ran away with him and was mar
ried at Honomu. The funeral of Mrs.
Sllvelra was held Sunday afternoon
from tho Catholic church. Tho Hllo
band attended and played solemnly
on tho wny to tho cemetery. It was
tho largest Portuguese funeral o
held In the city.
Serenade the Judneg.
Lost evening the court house yard
was the- scene of life and gntcly. Tho
occasion was a seiennde tendered
Judgo Little by the Hilo band. Judgo
Kstro was present nnd the two gray
haired Jurists enjoved tho musical
compliment equally By way of ro
tallntlon for tho treat, Judgo I.lttlo
placed a guard over tho band boys
who did not let them escape until they
were properly refreshed.
The Falls Arrives.
Tho Falls of Clyde, Captain Matson.
arrived last Tuesday, 17 days from
San Francisco with a cargo of general
merchandise. Ilesldcs her big cargo,
tho vessel brought the following pas
sengers: Mrs. Caitcr and 2 children,
Ctms. K. Hyde, Frank L. Winter. Miss
E. J. Chapman, Sir. J. V. May. wifo and
2 children, Mr. and Mrs. Hutrhluson,
It. D. Junkln. J. A. Combs, J, It. Das
gat, Mrs. W. H. Lambert.
Mumby is Well.
Geo. Mumby who wan so nearly kill
cd In an accident at tho Enterprise,
Planing .Mill January 13, was ablo ti
1 1)0 at his place of business yesteiday.
He lost one eje ami a lot of blood, and
sustained two skull fractures, but pull
ed through magnificently nnd was
walking about less than two weeks af
ter his Iniuiy.
Cotillion Club "German."
Tho Misses Mablc. Kmllle nnd Stol.
la Peck nro nt present spending all
their spaio tlmo on nrrangementB for
tho coming "gcrmnn" to bo given by
tho Hllo Cotillion Club on February
14th. The oung ladles have been
putting their heads together thinking
out now designs nnd figures and It
can bo safely said that their labors
havo begun to boar.frult. If time nnd
perseverance count for anything tho
next "german" will bo the most suc
cessful thing of Its kind yet attempted
Two hundred nnd tilty shates of As
scssablo Ulna stock belonging to the
ostnto of O Omsted, a bankrupt, were
sold nt prlvato salo yesterday at ?5
V M. Wakefield and J. Castlo nidg
way were admitted to practice In th
U. S. District Court by Judgo M. M.
News From Plantations.
Tho Pioneer Mill has a cano car un
loadcr In successful operation and will
soon have a second at work It Is found
that this Investment of about 1)000 will
make n saving of (100 a month, besides
relieving live men who used to unload
cars, which, when labmcts nro so
scarco. Is an Item of linpoitnmo The
picscnt ciop of lane is being handler1
without difficulty, and It Is estimated
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SUNDAY DULLBTIN, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY,
that It will reach 10,000 tons.
A steel wedge, such as Is uod It
splitting wood, passed between three
of tho rollers of the Olaa mill earlj
Saturday, doing somo damage to that
part of the machinery, but not suffi
cient to cause delay. It Is supposed that
tho wedge was dropped among the
enne maliciously as It was (lumed to
Fifty car loads of Puna Plantation
Company's enne were taken to Olaa
mill on Monday This was tho first of
this crop. The Hllo railroad will con
tinue to haul the cano until the 000
acres have been taken off.
On Friday last word was received
from Pnpaaloa that hall stones the
size of nickels fell In that vicinity at
3'30 p. m. The storm lasted but a few
minutes, and during the time the mer
cury fell several degrees. It was cool
In Hfio nnd for n time there was a
feeling that n cold wave was passing
Kxecutlve Committeeman I) V.
Sandow of Kauai, writes that Commit
teeman John A. Palmer Is sick and
will be nway on the Coast for several
months. He thinks that Inasmuch as
Mr. Palmer has not filed his formal ac
ceptance of the offlce of comlmttecman
for'Knuat and as It Is necessary to
begin nt once to organize precincts on
tho Oarden Isle, perhaps It would be
well to select another man. Ho sug
gests someone from the other side of
Kona Plantation Gets Ready
Woik Roids Receive Much
Knllua, Jan. 31. Gnc of the most
pleasant nffalis occurred last Satuiday
evening at the residence of John Urelg,
where by Invitation some forty resl
dents of the Kona district had gath
ered for the purpose of cnjojlng them
selves for a few hours.
The occasion was gotten up for the
purpose of pa) Ing honor and tribute
to the memory of Ilobcrt Hums, the
Scottish poet, whoso birthday occurred
on that date. Shortly after the arrival
of tho guests supper was served, after
which dancing vvns Indulged In until
midnight, to the entrancing music of n
At tho table man u toast "o'er manj
a glass," was drunk to tho memory ot
the immortal bard, whose name nnd
works nte levered by every true sun of
Scotland. A few timely remarks suit
able to the occasion were made by
John Grclg, Mr. Coburn of the Kona
Trading Company, as likewise by
James Cowan the genial manager of
the Kona Sugar Co., Ltd., and by oth
ers present. ,
Getting Reay to Grind.
Last Saturdaj was pay day at the
Kona plantation, and the mill Is being
rapidly placed In condition to start
grinding on the banner yield of the
The railroad to connect up tho cano
fields with tho mill will be ready about
the same time as the mill
Charley Cowan, who for tho past
eight months has been cni:Iocd as
machinist ut the Olaa mill, has return
cd to Kona and Is emplovcd In the
mill of the Kona Sugar Co
Within a short time joung Cowan
will lenve for the Coast where ho will
enter one of the largo muihlne shops
In San I'ranclsco.
Repairs to Roads.
Tho loads in tho North Kona dis
trict are undergoing much needed ro
pairs, while the main artery ot travel
from Katlua to Mauka Is being widen
ed In places.
Tho representative of the Parltlc
Unlon Oil Company, whoso properties
arc located in the Coalluga oil fields,
Fresno county, Cal., has been canvass
ing the field here, nnd has been success
ful In placing considerable of the stock
vvntch Is being disposed of for develop
Many Railroad Rumors.
The nlr Is rlfo with railroad matters
In the Kona district, nnd within the
past few das surveyors have been in
tlie Held. Already ronsidcuble of the
company stock has been disposed of
hero liy Mr Woidmur Muller, an en
terprising resident of tho district.
C K Towt Is leaving Kona to ac
cept a position at tho Hawaiian Agri
cultural Company at Pahula Mr
Towt has left his Kona Interests In
Kohala, Jnn 31 Tho following pro
gram was successfully performed on
Suturday evening last to celebrato tho
anniversary of Hobble Hums.
Introductory remarks, T S. K.iy.
1. Two stop.
Ilccltatlon, Mrs. Illack.
Song. 13. i:. Oldtng.
A Sketch of Hums, It. Lalng.
I. Two step.
Scotch Bong, Mrs. Jnn. Hind.
Clipper, Supper extras.
7. Two Btep.
Song. "Scotland Yit." T S. Kay.
0. Two step,
Song, "Ilonnlo Dundee,' W. Loughor.
Heading of Hums, "Scotch Lasslo."
II. Walt. .
12. fwo step
Scotch song, J, Lennox.
II Two step.
'Aula Lang Syno."
FEMlUAnV 2, 1P02.
RIGHT FOR PLANTERS
BUT SMALL CROP COMING
Heavy Rain Began to Fall on Thurs
day Night-Anniversary of
Burns is Fittingly
David Glass, a good Scotch printer
laddie who formerly worked In tho
Ilnllettn office, but for the past two
years has lived In Kohala, Hawaii, vis
ited Honolulu a couple of weeks ago
Ilo writes a friend that ho 'rolld"
home safely In the Klnau; and says
"You are having somo cry cool
wenther In Honolulu, I see. Kohala
has been going down ns fnr as 60 do
grees at nights, nnd tho dnys have
been quite eool. It makes ono feel
good to lie able to sleep under a pair
of blankets, and rise- to n cold moru
Ing. Wo have had a change of tem
perature today (January 30), how
ever, and It Is raining hard tonight.
It Is comjng Just about right for the
planters here, as things wcro drying
up ngnln. Orlndlng will be general in
about a month or so, I expect, with a
sninll crop to tnko off.
"We had a line time Inst Saturday In
celebration of Hums' anniversary The
district turned out In good stjle. nnd
wcSeots had every cause to congratu
late ourselves on tho way our national
baid's memory was reverenced. It
would nlmost lead ono to beliovo when
jou looked uround nt the various na
tionalities who celebrated, that the
day had arrived when 'man to man tho
world o'er, should brlthers be an' a'
JUDGE LITTLE TALKS OF
THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE
Robert Burn's Banquet Taken as the
Occasion for Eulogy of
Youngest President of
Hllo, Jan. 31. Ilespnndlng to tho
boast of tho President of the United
States, at tho Hums banquet a wceli
ago. Judge Little said:
"The President of the United States
Is the Impersonation of all that Is
meant by the Inspiration embodied In
our national sentiment of 'one country
and one flag one and inseparable now
and forever These sentiments uro
wise, the) arc honorable, they are a
part of the pledges of the respect which
we ns a people, through our President,
bear to the nunnor) of our ancestors
and of the tenderness with which we
nourish, cherish and Instruct each suc
ceeding generation In the principles of
hoiilty to our national system He Is
the center and clrcumfeunee of all the
hopes and aspirations, the safety valve
of nil tho peace, comfort and happiness
which stimulate the heart nnd animate
the minds nnd formulate the judgments
of his fellow -countrj men ej cry where.
"As our President he represents
hearts ns pure, minds as enlightened
nnd Judgments as sound ns ever grac
ed the annals of mankind As Chief
Kxccutlvc the comprehensive powers of
his great oHlcc are given In these
words- 'Ho shall tako care that the
laws be faithfully executed.' This is
tho central Idea of the otllce. An
Executive Is ono who executes or car
ries Into effect nnd In n Republic, a
government by the people, through
laws appropriately passed the Piosl
dent cannot go heond Die law, he
cannot stop short of It.
"President lloosevelt Is an Ideal Am
erican He Is scholarly alert, fearless
and resolute The governor of one ot
the greatest of our constellation of
States nndSiovv President of the t'ult
ed States, befoie he attained the age of
fort) -four years In every position toi
which he has been tailed he has ac
quitted himself with sound Judgment
order and pioprlety Theie Is that In
his character even though young In
jrars. which has never ct been found
Inadequate to its purpose Theie Is
that, In his rcsoluto, fearless purpose)
which shrinks not, faints not and falls
hlin not In tho discharge of his ardu
ous labois "
The Department of Torestry and
Agriculture Ims hcuccceded In making
a beginning on the rubber Industry In
Hawaii much sooner than had been an
ticipated. Several days ago Commis
sioner Wray Taylor succeeded in locat
ing a rubber tree (Ileus elasticus) on
Ilerctanln street Pel mission was giv
en Mr. Taj lor to make some cuttings
and It was not long before a bundle
with 200 fine slips was on Its wa) to
the government nuiserj In Nuunnu
alley. The Japanese gardeneis bivw
to It that these slips wcro planted at
once and now tho gentle fall ot rain
ill tho vnley for tho past two days
makes ever) tiling favorable tow aid the
speedj apeparance of buds on the Blips
The trco on lleirtnnln street is soou
to bo cut down nnd the department
will then be able to see uro all the slips
ncicxsaij to u complete stocking of the
government iiinscry In Nuunnu vnllcj
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