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BUNDAY BULLETIN, ItONOLTILU, It. T., SUNDAY. MaTiCH 23,1902.
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Wins 70 Points To Oahu's
34 at Kapiolani
WILD WEATDER DID
NOT AFFECT EVENTS
Brown Wins Mile Run Hardee
Jumps Highest With the Pole
Strong winds and a threatening sky
which now and then scut down a
shower as an Indication of what It
could do If It had a mind to, failed to
materially Interfere with the Interest
ing program of athletic events which
were planned for the dual meet of the
bos of Oahu College and thou of the
Kamenamcna Training scnooi ni "c. ae.
Knplolanl Pink tiack jesteiclaj after- The Twelve Pound Shot,
noon. I The mighty armed ones then betook
Althuugh the crowd which turned tlems,,heg to whprc tnc twelve-pound
out to cheer the contestants on to vlc- ghot ag wnnB to )P ,,t. (1. ama
tory was rather small It m.ido up for ano v (.rnbuu an(1 Mi uoblnson put
Its lack of numbers bj uu enthusiasm, ,,. tlp 0a,11s nm, ,,, araaUu, O. Na
which went far to show the Interest ,,, amt ,, Knco for th(1 Rnmeliame
tak.n by the public lit general In the , TnolIgh ttie 0Ahlls ere pretty
.puns of tho loixil educational Instl- 00(1 .tiers. the Kamehamehas got
Gaily Decked Crowd.
I hne or four bundled people secur
(1 Mats In the great tinck stand, white
others anxious to be as near the par
ticipators In the day's events as pos
sible, took positions of vantage near
the tiuck on the Inside of the fence. A
goodly pioportlon 'of the onlookers
were of the gentle sex. The ladles
wrrt b) no means bashful In showing
w hii h Si hool possessed their sympa
thies for each fair one seemed to be
competing with her neighbor In the nt
ti active irt of ribbon decoration.
h.l Moated from the pretty drosse,
of nwnv a bewitching damsel and
dam- while the colors of tho I'unahou i
bo,,- were not behind In being lepre
.sented un the gowns, In the hands, on
lv hats nnd by the little flags waved
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aunts nnd sweethearts.
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and now unJ then broke forth In Jubl
lant song uh the hand of victory point
ed In thi'h direction. The jells of tho
rcspithi' schools were borne out to
sea t (be lively winds and the mntds
ami maidens woe as enthuslastte with
theli iippl.iuse ns wcie the bos them
tehi tin- distinctive cry of exulta
tion of the feminine contingent ooea-i
floull rising dear and noticeable
abow ihe wur of male voices.
A Lively Afternoon
I he uflumoon's events were a de-
,.dl ., from the standpoint o.
liit ruluiiK lit, to thoxc who attended,
1 he Km lehaimha Iiojh alho voted
4Vii m n Ifirtmiu uilninuu fill" tlin t-ff,
in" tit t H" ita oiivnon, w tin wm-
nm that they carried off most of tho
honors .mil piovcd theii institution of I
harnlng the best ut field sports on
this (x-easlou. The Oahu College boys
illd citdlently well and deserve a '
grrat deal of praise for those events!
woo b them as well as for their bravo
ntti'inpts In those In which they wercl
iiestid They gave the Kamehamehas.
n hard tussle nnd are satisfied that
their i onquerors bad no "Knap" In nc-
mropllshlng what they did.
The officers of the da) were ub fol
lows Iteferee, C. S. Dole; track
Judges, Mesrs. Kskew, Hums und Stur-tev-Ant
.field Judges, C Tracy, M. A.
Cheek, r Atheiton ;clcrk of course.
Mr. Williamson; starter, W. II. Ilab
bltt .announcer, T. Marcalllno; field
marnhal, Mr. Chllllngworth; time
keepers. Albert Wnterhouse, Mr. La
Cross, Mr. Urdman and "Jnck" Atkin
son. It was duu to the able m.inaiccment
of the above Ecntlcmen that every
thing went off without a hitch. After
tho sports were over the ,reiresentn
tivis of the two schouls extended
th thanks of the Institutions to thoso
had carefull) und generously lent
assistance In conducting affairs,
i was a snap and enthusiasm In
afternoon's whole proceedings
made the events lively and kept
e Intensest Interest fiom 2:30
. until 5:30 o'clock.
tw light when tho ciowd dls-
amidst the triumphant yells of
i mehaiuehas mid the wild wav-
the tlctois' colors.
The First Event.
10 yardt run was the first
Notwithstanding the recent
do track was in a pretty fair
an. Fortunately tho mln that
cterdny was obliging enough to
i. a.ost of Its energy to other por-
i it the countiy, leaving Kaplo-
'.rk'ln n compaiatlvely respoc
mdltlon. i- vcro six entiles for the first
three lepresentntlies of each
''. Allen, K. Drown and V. It.
' cuteied for O.ihu C'ollego and
nmhamchns iut C. Kamall, D.
m and A, Kapo in the field
iu A, iviipo in me ueici . ,
an exciting event and th'
t..e sV .
ill forth terrlfTic cheers from
I'aMlscrH with the Oahu hoys,
athistes of Punahtiu carried off
,t- io'v-. winning nrst tlireo:
a ,ii iliown enme In first, Allen sec -
n,t i1 10ft thild, The tlmo madfl
hy keftntt man was 2 minutes und U
m.- i,.i, fat The record U 2 mlnutei
aiut A ifinm ' i.
A tt place counted tlvo points,
( ,i)ii rids' tvvo points and third place
O'i uutfu. (lie runnnous siaricu on
vi't ttlyit i mts against the Knmcha
It ng Broad Jump,
i uunlng broad Jump theio
W. . i .lk entries, imeo lor eacu
lMfRk jvBsllt tH tHHutvAtL'". 1 t
jAMiiifBpi Ti irrjwif
school, W. Campbell, H. Hoffmann and
C. 0. Ualley representing I'unahou nmt
J. Pa, I'. Hardee and J, Keatoha work
ing for tho Kamehamehas. The crowd
which had been watching the first race
from the stand, now moved, a great
part of It, to a piece of ground on the
Inside, of the track, to lew the Jump
ing, The Kamehamehas won first In
this event, J. Pa covering 20 feet and 4
Inches In one leap. Campbell of the
Oahus came second and an Oahu boy
camo third, C. 0. Bailey. This made
eleven points for the Oahus and five
tor tho Kamehamehas.
One Hundred Yards Dash.
Though second on tho official pro
gram, the 100 yards dash was the third
eent called. Tho managers very
wisely arranged the sports so that
jumping and similar feats came be.
tweon races, thus making an agreeable
variety of entertainment In nn ordct
that was all the more attractive. J.
Taj lor, I.. Kaulukou and C. 0. Ualley
entered the dash for the Oahus and A.
K. Akana, II. Ilecs and J .Pa for tho
Kamehamehas. Akana of the Kame
hamehas came in Urst In 10 4-5 sec
onds, tho record being one-fifth of a
J. I'a waB second nnd Kalukou of tho
Oahus third. This made the points
ecn, the Oahus and the Kamehamehas
each having attained twelve points,
Incitement at this stage of tho pro
ceedings was great, although It was
still early In the ntternoon. Now ths
lovs of both schools were confident of
victory, although they realized that
there was likely to be a very hard tus
away with them when It ciime to the
trick nnd the strength to do It. The
latter won first, second and third hon
ors In tho following order; Hamauku,
Kneo and Nnlilnu, the winner putting
the shot a distance of 37 feet ! Riches,
The record, according to the otTklal
program Is 42 feet and S Inches. '
The points were now as follows: Ka-
' luehamehas, 20; Oahus, 12.
High Hurdle Race.
I Amusement as well as excitement
characterized the running of the high
i hurdle nice, for wheio there arc oh-
1 stncles some needs must fall and tbu
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I.. II. Miller. O. llnpal and W. Dlck
son entered for the Oahus uud J, Ke-
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ine iviuiieiiarnciias, mis uiuo nt- mi
a lioy or Oaliu college w no came in
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and grace. Miller covered the distance
and the bars In 19 3-5 seconds, the
record being 16'4 seconds.
Hoys of Kumehamcha took second
and third places, Hamauku coming lu
tccond and Kenlolm following. Tho
points now stood: 23 to 17, In favor of
Running High Jump
Hardee of the Kamehamehas camo
very near the record In the running
.'high Jump. The record is 5 feet 44
Inches. Hnrdec accomplished Ii feet 2
"" Dlckm of the Oahw com.
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I liu school took third. Thoao who en
tered beside tho above were: Ilycroft
i of Oahu College and I". Lemon of tho
220 Yards Dath.
Again llectness of foot was put on
exhibition. This time It was a dash of
220 vanls and tho entries were, for
Oahu, Taylor, Kaulukou and Hnlley;
for Kainehameha, I'a, Ilees and Aknna.
Knmehamchn took the two lending
places lu this event, Akana crossing
the lino first In 23 3-5 tecomls. thn
record being 24 3-5 seconds, so that the
Kamehameha boy broke the record by
one second. I'a followed Aknna and
Ualley of the O.ihus came third.
Twelve Pound Hammer.
Thtowlng the twelve pound hammer
was next Indulged in. E. Crnbhc, A.
Walker and M. Uoblnson threw for
Oahu College and O .Nahlnu, i:. Hamu
li leu and O. Apela for the Knmehame
has, Apela won for the Kamehamehas,
throwing tho hammer a dlstnuio of 103
fut and S Inches, coming clone' to tho
record of 103 feet and 3 Inches. Crabbo
came second for the OabiiH nnd Nnhlnu
of the Kamehniiiehns camo third. Ths
points now stood: 12 to 2J In favor of
440 Yards Dath.
Tho tunning rnces were the most
popular sports with the crowd unci
when u race was nnnaitneiil enthusi
asm burst forth afresh. Oahu put !'.
Schunck. C. V. Allen nnd V. Olllraan.
ond Kamehameha put I'. Schaisch, O,
Maloho and K. Poklpala In tho field for
tho 440 yards dash. Kaniehumcha won
lit ht and fcvcoiid plates. Hchnisch
breasting the tape first and Maloho
second, Schuack of the Oahus coming
third. Scharsch made tho distance In
5. 4-5 seconds, equalling the record.
The points now stood: 4!) to 23, In
favor of Kamehameha.
Low Hurdle Race.
The recoid of 30 seconds for low hur
dle raco was beaten by one second hy
I'a of tho Kamehamehas. "Another
lecnrd smashed!" shouted tho Kame
jinmcha boys, "Hurrah for I'a!"
Dlikson, Robinson and Hnp.il en
teied the luce for the Oahus and l'a,
Lemon and Nnblwn for tho Ka-nehn-inebtiB
llnpal and Uoblnson took bCc-
ond and thlid pluces, respecllvely. The
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!,1"ln,,8. 0"' B,O01ll: Bt ' :fi. '.' r'"0',f
lilt; rYUiutMiiiiiieiiun, iiir lun'i hi tiua
time luulriK over daulite the points ut
, tl,plr 1"'"18-
urown wins ttie Mile.
j Qno of the best events of the. day was
tho rnlle t uu. Tlin racers Miffed off
In n manner as easy as If they wcto
taking a ci nss-country Jog. They
wound up moie lively, however, nnildst
Intense enthusiasm and prolonged ap
plause, K. llrown of the Oahus win
ning lu 5 minutes and 43 seconds
1), Klucnld and 0. A. Jordan wcrn
tho other Oahu ho)s In tho race. Kin
raid camo In third. I). Abraham, W.
Kala and A. Patten were tho Kameha
meha icpresentatlves, Abiaham com
ing In second, The points now stood:
86 to 32 In favor of tho Kamehamehas,
with the Oahus making a show o(
Hardee Wins Pole Vault.
The wind did Its best to Interfere
with the pole vault, blowing tho bar
down many times. It was necessary
for two men to bo constantly guarding
against the pranks of tho wind, so that
the sport could proceed. L. Kaulukou
and W. Campbell vaulted for the Oahus
and E, Hardee, I). Kaal and U. I.cnion
for the Kamehamehas. Ilardeo beat
tho record, clearing the bar at n
height of 10 feet, C Inches, tho pre
vious record being 10 feet, 4 Inches,
Campbell camo second with 10 feet, 4
Inches, and Kaal was third with 10
Relay and Wind-Up.
A mile relay race wound up tho dnv'g
sports. Schnack, Ualley, Ilycroft nnd
Campbell ran for tho Oahus nnd
Scharsch, Kamall, Malnho and Akani
for tho Kamehamehas. Tho Knmcha
mentis won this raco all the way
through, gaining eight moro points
nnd bringing their score up to 70
points to the Oahus' 34. The mile was
covered In 3 minutes and 41! seconds,
equalling the previous record.
It was a glorious victory,
(Continued from page 1.)
A corner for the Worlds guvo no re
sult. .Morse got In n shot for tlin Scotch
goal hut narrowly missed It. MeWlilr
tor secure d tho hull and brought It
down well on tho wing near the
World's goal, Hern ho had a sharp
tussle with tho backs but maneuvered
the pigskin splendidly and filially man
aged to center It to Doyle, who had
Just arrived upon tho scene. Iloylo
taught the ball on tho pass and tllot
It through the goal heforu Duxcnhurg
had realized the situation. This vvns
the first goal lu tho Scotchman's favor
Scots Play Good Game.
Despite thn wind tho hnrdy Scots
again got tho ball up In front of tho
World's goal and managed to keep It
there for quite a while. Tho Worlds
finally tallied and ran led the ball back
cm n series of passes, Morso finally
making n shot Just by the Scotch goal.
The Worlds again carried tno ball
down on the wing near the Scotch goal
where n lively scrimmage tool: plare.
Morse- got the ball out of tho hunch
and made for tho goal but got stopped
by Metllll Just 1n tho nick of time. Tho
hcotB broke away again and CocUburn
made a try for goal but missed It.
Still aggiesslvo tho Scots held tho
ball down In front of their opponents
goal until they llnnlly rallied and
lushed tho ball over the Scotch line.
The Scots, however, pounced oil the
ball mid brought It bark In front of thn
Worlds' goal where a hot scrimmage
took place, Duscuherg finally lellevlng
Mcii't.o broke away and passed to
Illackman who was stopped by tho
Scotch backs. Illackman again secur
ed tho ball and rushed It along In good
h j lo until Metllll stopped him. Thn
Scotchmen rushed the ball up again
nud McWhllter shot for goal sending
the ball over the bar. A littlo later tho
half closed tho scoio being Scotchmen
I. TVorldB 0.
Scots Defended Well. "
During this half tho Scotchmen
showed up in fine stylo putting up nn
excellent defense against tho Worlds
who aided by the wind wore pressing
very hard at times nnd lost a couple
of good chances to score. Not only
this, tho Scotchmen often wero aggres
sive! and rushing tho ball against tho
wind menaced their opponents' goal on
several occasions. Thn Worlds put up
a good game but tho Scotch defense
proved too much for them. The wind
also made accurate kicking wellnlgh
Worlds Face the Wind.
Ill the second period thn Worlds Im
mediately forced tho hall against tho
wind over tho Seote-h lino. Tho chnngu
of goals and the eoubniiuently adverse
wind was too much for tho combined
nations, however, nnd thn Scotchmen
soon got the bnll. MeWhlrter and
Iloylo on a series of passes got thn
ball down m front of tho Worlds' goal
finally gaining a corner. McWhllter
centcieel the lull well from tho corner
hut Dusenberg saved his goal In good
oulcr. McWhllter ngnlu got tho ball
and rushed It over thn Woilds" line.
h scrimmage took place In fiont of the
Worlds' goal and tliilld made n shot
fur It but missed, ricldus despite his
Illness took the ball clown well nud
rente! ed It f nun the wing In flno
A shoit but veiy exciting scrim.
nngo ensued In front of tho Worlds'
goal which was splendidly saved by
Dusenbeig. Tho Scots pressed hard
again hut wero stopped by Ueardmore,
a comer being gained by them. Kid
den made thn shot but tho wind tan led
the hall behind the goal.
Worlds' Goal Dombarded.
Ilottomlny niacin n splendid shot
fiom tho field fur thn Woilds' goal but
Dusenbeig stopped tho bnll Tho
Win Ids picked up again and Morse
biought thn ball up In a flno run but
wns stopped by the Scotch backs. Thn
Scots In leturii swooped clown near
the Worlds' goal wlinro Duscnhnrg
pie vented scoi lug. Guild took a nhat
fiom thn field ut thn Worlds goal but
Dusenberg again saved It. Morse took
thn hall and rushed It up near thn
Scotch goal In an excellent run. He
niacin a shot for goal but Kcnwlek snv
A corner for tho Scotchmen was
kicked by MeWhlrter but Iloyer
caught tho ball and took it out of dan
'jyffifnii 1 iflvrriiifi.
ger. A scrlmmngo took plnro In front
of the Worlds' goal nnd MeWhlrter
made a well aimed shot for It. Dusen
berg caught tho ball with tho fingers
of ono hand but tho wet sphero clip
ped from his grasp and went between
tho posts putting another goal Id tho
credit of tho Scftchmcn.
Third Goal for Scots.
MeWhlrter brouirht tho ball up In
good shapo but Ilenrdmoro stopped
him, Iloylo made a good shot for tho
Worlds' goal but Dusenberg saved It.
Somo give and tnlto plnylng In mlddlo
field followed which ended In a scrlm
mngo In front of the Worlds" goal. Me
Whlrter mado a flno shot for goal but
Dusenberg listed It out and over his
goal In an excellent mnnnor. flulhl
kicked from the comer hut the wind
cnrrled tho hall behind tho goal. Iloylo
shot for goal but tho ball lilt the goal
post and bounded back. Titisenbcrg
ran to It and kicked It out In tho field
where MeWhlrter cnught It and shot It
through goal before' Dusenberg was
back In his position. This vvns tho
third goal for tho Scotchmen.
MeWhlrter Scores Another Goal.
MeWhlrter passed to Iloylo who
kicked tho ball right Into the Worlds'
goal which Dusenberg snved In fine
style. Tho Scots still wero very ag
gressive and pressed hard hut the
Worlds' backs put up a good defense.
Iloylo got tho bnll well up but Illack
man stopped htm .MeWhlrter made a
flno shot for goal from the field and
sent tho ball lliioimh. storing the
foiutli goal for Scotland
World Got One Goal.
Doyle mndo a good pass lo MeWlilr
tor who Bhot for goal but missed. Now
the Worlds broke away and Morso put
the ball through the Seote h goal, thus
seining tho Hist and iintv gonl fut the
There vvns a hot sc rlmmnge In front
of the Worlds' goal Dusenberg saved
It once but the ball wns Immediately
shot back Into gonl again, and In the
bombardment he fisted tho ball
through his own goal In his nttempt
to save It. This was the llfth gonl for
the Scotchmen and the last one ma3e.
Thero wns somo little plavlng after
this but soon time wns called, leaving
thu score: Scotchmen S, Worlcs 1
Hoot Mons Victorious.
Tho victotlous Scotchmen put up a
splendid game throughout. In thu first
half they not only defended themselves
well but even scored ngalnst the wind.
In tho second half they had the wind
In their favor and did not fnil to ben
efit from this ndvantnge. The oppos
ing team, however, showed light and
somo excellent plavlng wns exhibited
by several of Its members. Illackman
and Morse put up n fine. Inst game,
and lleardnioro a flue defenso. Durcn-
berg of course missed somo balls lint
on tho other hand lie made somo fine
stops during thu rapid bombardment
which his goal was subjected to espe
cially In the second half.
Or the Scotchmen, fleet McWhllltl
was omnipresent ns ever nud Hoyli
also worked well. McOlll and 11. An
derson put up n defenso It wits difficult
to pass and l'enwleh kept his gonl
clear In good order. The llnc-tip of the
teams wns ns follows:
Kcnwlek g Dusenberg
Metllll ,.f f. b Ile-nrdmore
11. Anderson Usboiiin
llrown h.b Churton
Dottomloy Iliac kman
MeWhlrter f. w Anderson
RICH LITTLE GIRLo ZZT?l'(.
Well-to-do parents are adopting thn
plan of picscntlng each of their llttls
ones with n gem or bangle or n heavy
Eold bead as a blitlidii) gift. These
lire strung upon a very thin strand of
gold, which lu one of Hie christening
gifts bestowed upon the little one. The
larger the means of the giver the cost
lier tho gem or the larger tho gold
bead. Pearls uio a favorite gift. If
these aio mounted upon the gold
chain and saved until the child Is of
nge the ticcumiihitlon will be of ron-l
Biddable value. Fashionable mothe.a'
now deck tho necks of small gills with
gold chains or sttunds of pea lis, frou.
width depend Jewelled amulets.
U'uttlics that look sciiuely largct
mough fur u doll uu pait of the rich
little girl's outfit, (llrls wear bangle s
upon the arms. Little Iiojk also aiu
allowed bracelets, und watches. The
amulet Is neatly always set with the
child's blrtlistone or with u series ot
jewels ft hose Initials will spell the lit
tlo one's name, The stones are not
very huge, uud therefoio not extrava
gantly costly, Coial enjoys high fawn
at present, tint It must be of the host
nuallty and mounted In gold. I'hlln
There Is n trllio In Centinl Africa
among whom speakers In public du
bates arn required to stnnd on 11110 leg
while ornttng, and to Bpeak only as
long as they can stand.
Tho 20(111 Mormons In flnnnnnv nie
total abstainers fiom alcohol, coffee,
tea and woildly amusements.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers. Opposite Landing, flno
view, eool nnd. comfortable. Terms
Viiiim. 'iHtehiii t
Committees Appointed at
LITERARY EXERCISES AND
LAWN SOCIAL ARE EYENTS
Address By Dr. Alexander of Japan
Junior Branch of Hawaiian Mission
It was said by the president at the
close or the monthly meeting of the
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
)cstctday evening, that ho did not re
member a session when more business
wns dispatched. The "Cousins" gath
ered at tho home of 1'rofcjior and Mrs
Theo. Ulchards, Knplolanl -itrcc', ana
besides the host nnd hoste-ss there woie
Hev. O, It. Uullck, president, and
Mrs. Uullck jl.orrlu Andrews, ice end
ing secretary: ltcv. and Mrs. O. P
Kmcrson, Ilev. and Mrs. J. Lending
ham, Hev. T. T. Alexander, D. I)., ltov.
W 1). Westcrvclt, Prof. W. D. Alexan
der, Dr. Clark, Prof. C. J. Lvons, Jos
eph U. Athcrtou, Mrs. J. II. Ulchards.
llobcrt W, Andrews, A. R Cooko nnd
Misses Cooko (2), W. C. Weedon, Mrs.
Weaver, Miss Klnxman, Miss H)de,
Miss Hallow, Miss Tnlcott, Miss Stokes
and Mr, Stokes (assistant curator of
Arrangements were made ut ths
meeting for cclcbintlng tho Jubilee of
tho society In May. Thu annual busi
ness meeting on Saturday the 17th Is
Hist In tho urder of events. Nomina
tion of officers to be then clccU'd was
left with the board of managers.
Literary exercises coming next are
fixed for the following Thursday, ths
committee on such being Miss Hyde,
Mr. .Westervelt and Mis. J, 11. Athcr
ton. On tho day following n lawn social
will bo held on the grounds of Prof.
uud Mis. lllchurds, who with Mr. and
Mrs. II. F. Dillingham and Mrs. Oullck
urn the committee lu charge of tho
An amended draft of constitution
and bylaws was e-aiefully reviewed by
the meeting, sumo vcilml changes be
ing made. It stands for final adop
tion at next meeting. One alteration
was the substitution of "Roberts'
Holes of Order" for tho time-honored
"Ctislitug's Manual" as the guiding au
thority lu business proceedings.
Mrs. Knn'non, In response to a call
for suggestions, mooted the oigaulza-
tlon of a Junior branch. It should be
managed by the young people them
selves. The author believed that such
an organization would, besides confer
ling Immediate benefit upon Its mem
bets, be a training school to prepare
them for entering the parent society
when they giew up nud woithlly took
tho places of their elders, Hxcltlng
tho Intel est of its members In the
cniiMi of the society, a Junior branch
would tend to ensure tho perpetuation
of tho senior Institution.
The proposition wns received with
general tnvor. Mr. Cooke having re-j
marked that thn young folks used to
hang mound the outskirts of meetings,
Dr. Clark commented, "The verenda
brigade was very largo In those days."
It was mentioned that the oldtima
auxiliary societies had been discarded
In the body nt lnws Just considered.
Mis. Kmerson, Mrs. Hlehards and
Mrs. Weaver wero appointed a commit
tee on organization or the proposed
Miss .Stokes was conducted to the
pl.iuci and pleasingly snug a beautiful
selection appropriate to the occasion.
At the conclusion or business the
piesldent stated that nn nddrtss from
Dr Alexander was to have been tho
principal matter of edification, but ns
the hour was lato thu meeting would
have to he satisfied with a few remarks j
or gieetlng fiom the guest of the even
. .... , , '
. r Alexander has been a missionary,
111 japan tor tweniy-iivo jears nnu is 1
spending three months here to reciiper-
ate his health, being the guest of A.
Frank Cooke. When called upon he
lesponded substantially as follows;
"I have been requested today to
spe.iU to tho chllilien. I had a suspi
cion who the children would he. Cer
tainly I have great pleasure In address
ing the children, and especially tlisi
children of the distinguished men ami
women upon whom th" -1 of tliCj
world hnvo beep fixed for the past J
sixty or seventy years I c'o not know
Just how long.
"One of tho (list books I ever read on
fmelgn missions, which nunkenecl my
Interest In mlsslonaiy elTort, was a
book nbout missions In India. I .do
not remember a thing that was In Ihn
book, hut It was one or the (list In
fluences to direct me to a misslouniy's
llfti. Afterward I wml of tho woik In
the .Sandwich Islands TJils has been
ono of tho most Intel ei-tlng of all for
eign mission fields. I fniu'v thPi'K is no
other country In the wen Id wlinro mirh
a sue lot) ns this could ctst. Wo c.in
not have It In Jnpnn, bemuse thovo the
work Is too young. Not lu China, be
cause the missionaries theie am sprad
over t,o vast a country. And I do not
think tho clicumstnnus In Inlln favor
Mich a society.
"I take this opportunity of oxpmsi
Ing my great pleasure In be'iu prerent
this evening and In offering voii my
congratulations on our nourishing tip
peuinncn and the grand work ou am
doing. I congratulate ou upon j 0111
hlstoiy nud upon jour prospects In the
Dr. Alexander was heartily applaul
ed as he sat down.
J J.M.J v . .. n ,. 1
ANOTHER DAY NEARER
Some folks aro horn procrastlnators. Neither odvlco nor entreaty
proves availing" they won't anticipate and constitutional last mln
uters, therefore, must be content with pot-luck depicted assortments.
Dut you are not In that category, are you? You want to make selec
tions under the most favorablo conditions. Wo expect big crowds
this week. We shall havo on sale
13 tons Hf Fresh Easter Merchandise
No occasion to repeat tho stock
You've heard them tested them
CLOSED FRIDAY AFTERNOON.
The Hits of the Year
Every job the perfection
A fine specimen of the carriage builders' art. We have
others equally good,
C. F. Herrick Carriage Co.,
1SS Merchant St., next to Stnnfienwnld Building.
President Oullck remarked upon the
resemblance of their guest to hi de
parted namesake. Father Alexander of
the Hawaiian mission, and Mr Cooke
said he was from the same btate as
The meeting closed with the singing
of two stanzas of Hebcr's mlsslouai)
TuttiAjr .,, ,,
Wtdatsdajr ,,, ,,
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I, 14 I l
P. m a. m.'D
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Monday ,., 7.
Full moon on the 23d at 4:51 p. m
Tides from the United Btntes Coast
and Geodetic Survey Tables.
The tides at Kabulul and Htld occur
about nu hour earlier than at Ho
Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
slower than Oreen wclh time, being
luui ot tbo meridian of 157.30. The
tlmu whistle -.ows at 1:30 p. m whlcn
is the same as ureenwicn. va 0m.
Masters of vessels sailing from this
port for San Francisco will find thero
11 branch of the U. S. Hydrographlc
Olllce located in the Merchants Ex
change, whore Is maintained for their
benefit free ot charge, complete sets
of charts and directions or tbo world.
Latest Information can be obtained ra
gnrdlng lights, dangers to navigation
nn dall matters of Interest to ocean
Saturday, March 22.
Str. Keauhou, Moshcr, from Koloa
with "75 bags of sugar.
Am. schr. Olga, Waldwlck, 61 days
from Newcastle with coal.
U. S. A. T. Hancock, Wilson, 7 days
from San Francisco with troops for
Am. sp, Edward Sewall, Qluck, 10
days from Oyster Haibor.
Str. Klnau, f iceman, from Hllo and
wny ports, with 203 sheep, 99 hogs, 2
horses, 43 sacks of corn, 21 cords of
wood. 121 packages of sundries.
Saturday, March 22.
O. & O. S. S. Gaelic, Finch, for San
Am, lik. U. P. Rllhet, Mcl'hall, for
Hnn Francisco with sugar.
Am. schr. .lames II. Iirucc, Miller,
for Puget sound,
Your amatour photographU work
will be wotl dMiu If taken to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co. '
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many times. Will you profit by
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