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SUNDAY nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU. H. f., SUNDAY, MAncifSTlMiT"
Wins 70 Points To Oahu's
34 at Kapiolani
WILD WEATHER DID
NOT AFFECT EVENTS
Brown Wins Mile Run Hardee
Jumps Highest With the Pole
Strong winds and a threatening sky
whkh now and then scut down a
shower na an Indication of what It
could do It 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
ljo8 of Oahu College aud tho.-w of the
Kamehnmcha Training School nt thc!sPi
Kaplol.tnl Pal It traek jesterihiv after- The Twelve Pound Shot.
noon- The mighty armed ones then betook
Although the crowd which turned thelns,,lu8 , whpre ,ll(, twelve-pound
out to cIihci the contestants on to vlc- ah()t wa wn,R to ,)P ,,t. , rjiina
tory was r.ither small It m.ulo up for ,, ,, crnlibe and M. Robinson put
Its hick of numbeis bj an enthusiasm, fr the OahtiB and F Hnmauku. (3 Nn
which went Tar to show the Interest llhm nm, ,, Knpo for thp Knmchame
tak.n bj tho public In general In the ,,, Ti,mlRi, (1(, oahus were pretty
sports uf the loe.il cduiatioual Instl- K00(1 puitcrgi t10 Kameliamehas got
tlltlons. t nunv with them when It rnmn to the
Gaily Decked Crowd.
Three or four bundled people neciir
td scats In the great tuuk bland, while
others, anxious to be as near the par
tlcipatorH In the duv's events as pos
sible, took positions of vantago near
the track on the Inside of the fence. A
goodly pioportlon 'of the onlookers
were of the gentle Bex. The ladles
were b) no means bashful In showlntr'
which school possessed their svmpa-j
thlw. for each fair one seemed to be
, ompetlng with her neighbor In the .U -
"" '"l V "".' """'",""
iu B-, ecu.. '--3- BOO(, natlirc,, trow( , laugh whllo
school Moated from the pretty dress.,
of ntnnv n bewitching damsel and' , , ,, . ... ...
dame, while the colors of the Punahoul "?'" '?' '"" V'. W nick,
bojs were not behind in being leprc-' '- "; M1 lc,r' ; "T, ""V. ",
........ . ... ... .,. i. ....i. .... son entered for the Oahus and J. Ue-
.hi .. 1 ,ZI'' Kameliamehas. This time he was
by tbelr sisters cousins, mothers.
T'" ?"I .., ,, first llp.lng the hurdles lth case
'!",. .7. ..... ,...r". .r.
""" "" ""., """"," .,, . .T'niid the bars In 10 3-r. seconds, the
nnd now and then broke forth In Jubl-i , , i ...,, i.
Lint song as the hand of victory point- tfri 'lnglt,i4 seconds.
.,,i.ih.i n ti.. ,.iia ,f fi.J "8 of Kamehamcha took second
respective schools wre borne out to j
sea by the lively winds and the maids
nnd maidens wetn as enthusiastic with
their iimil.ilisn na wile the- bovs them
selves, the distinctive cry of exulta-
tlon of tho remlnlne contingent occa-
rlonallv rlilng clear and noticeable'
above the io.ir of male voices .
A Lively Afternoon.
n-h. f ..,.,.., ... .,
elded success, horn the standpoint or second and K Pol pala of Kamehame
entertainment, to those who attended. I '' "J1'00', J00 ""j"'1' nm ,0 c;
The Ki.i.ie-hain.hn bes also voted tore-d beside the above wcie: Rycroft
them a Motions success, for the rca-.
son that the) rallied off most of the
honors and piovcel theli institution of
learning the best ut field sports on
this occasion. 'I he O.iliu College boys
did excellently well and deseive a
great deal of praise for those events!
won by them a well as for their bravo
attempts In those lu which they were
bested. They gave the Kameliamehas.
auard tussle and arc satisfied that
tbelr conquerors bad no "snap" In nc-j
compllshlng whnt they did.
The officers of the d.i) were as fol
lows: rteferce, C. S. Dole; track
Judges, Mesrs. Kskew, Hums and Stur
levant j field Judges. C Tracy, M. A.
Check, V. Atheiton ;tlerk of course.
Mr. Williamson; starter, W. H. Ilab
bltt announcer. T. Marcalllno, field
marshal, Mr. Chllllngworlh; tlme
kroDtrs. Albert Wntcrhouse. Mr. La
Cross, Mr. Urdman and "Jack" Atkln-J
It was duo to tho able management
of the above gentlemen lb.it every
thing went off without n hitch. After
tho sports were over the ,iepiesenta
tlves of the two schools extended
tho thanks of the Institutions to thoso
' had carefully and geuerously lent
tl i asslstunce In londmtlng affairs.
i h. re wns n snap nnd enthusiasm In
i afternoon's whole proceedings
. li made the events lively and kept
t-e Intern Interest fiom 2:30
., ...ii r. -n vi.i.
I ,si until f. 1(1 j.ntAt 1
I .rk UMVll U.UW VI.IV,
. . -.rJErV JSJSi-SJS
w.,1 Hjmehauithas and the wild vvav
lu ji the victors' colors.
The First Event.
'. S10 ) arils run was the flist
vtm Notwithstanding the recent
s the trnck was In a pretty fair
. Mliri. Fortunately the tain that
'..I. .iterday was obliging enough to
hi a.ost of its energy to other por-
'or it the countiy, leaving Kaplo-
lunll I'a-k In n comparatively respoC'
. vcre slv entiles for the first
three representative of each
' Allen, K. Drown nnd W It
.... ..! .. n.l... f.,1!..,.,. n.l
n.-hnmrlm. "t f! Knmnll a
-n And A. Kapo In the Hold . t0,,f !'ml ll"r, ,,?ce" J" ,,;,y' lh
m an ex.ltlng ev.nt and th' f1oln,1". ,10N,1 8,001'1 Mto f, " rd!;f
Hile.1 forth terrimc cheers from 10 Kamehamehas the lativ at this
r,.,1lserS with the Oahu hoys.' ,' l,1,Un 0;cr ',0,ll,,e ,ho I,f,,l,,s ut
. '. rtthlitrs.of Punahou .arrle.l off,
ii f illo.''. winning first threoi
it . iliow n came In first. Allen sec-
n.l ili B roftthlld. The. tlmo madfl
i 'vlflrt man was 2 minutes and 11
te The record 13 2 minutes
n.l ! ilctn'i.
v A t ilnco counted five points,
I 4i adft iwo points anu miru piuco
0 . ixjlhl. Hie I'unnnous sinriqu on
t if lnVit i Ints against the Knmeha
t no Broad Jump,
aiming broad Jump them
wn .ii vt- enines, mire iur racii
if' . ):. ..
gSyWBggP"1'' - mt un mtTr
school, W. Campbell, It. Hoffmann nml
C. 0. Ualley representing I'unahon nmt
J. Pa, E. Hardee and J. Kealohn work
ing for tho Kamehamchas, Tlio 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
Insklo of the track, to view 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 nnd five
for the Kameliamehas.
One Hundred Yards Dash.
Though second on the official pro
gram, the 100 ) arris dash was the third
event called. Tho managers very
wisely arranged the sports so that
jumping and similar feats came be
tween races, thus making an agreeable
variety of entertainment In an ordci
that was all the more attractive. J.
Tnlor, I.. Kaulukou and C. O. Ualley
entered the dnsh for the Oahus and A.
K. Aknna, 11. Itecs and J -Pa for tho
Kameliamehas, Aknna of tho Kame
liamehas came In first In 10 1-5 sec
onds. the record being one-fifth of a
J. Pa was second and Kalukou of the
Oahus third. This made the points
even, the Oahus and the Kameliamehas
each having attained twelve points.
Excitement nt this stage of the pro
ceedlngs was great, although It was
still early In the afternoon. Now the
loys of both schools were confident of
victory, although they realized that
theic was likely to be n very hard tus-
trick and the strength to do It. The
latter won first, tecond and third hon
ors In tho following order, Hamaukii,
Knco and Nahlnu, the winner putting
the shot a distance of 37 feet 5 filches.
The record, according to the official
pmgiam Is -12 feet and S Inches. '
The points were now as follows' Idl
mehameh.is, 20; Oahus, 12,
(gh Hurdle Race
Aniuscment a wc ;xcUomcnt
cmrilcterle(I tllc ,, , ,nc hl
ilc h f, ob.
'stneles some needs must full and tho
aloha, T. Nnhlwa and E. Hnmauku for
and grace. Miller covered the distance
i and third places, Hnmauku coming lu
' second and Kenlohu follow Ing. The
I points now stood: 23 to IT, In favor of
I the Kainehamchas.
Running High Jump.
Hnideo of the Kaniehnmehas camo
ver.v near the record In the running
high Jump. The record Is 5 feet 44
'-lies. Hardee accomplished fi feet
'inches. Dickson of the Oahus can
i of Oahu College and V. Lemon of tho
220 Yards Dash
Again lleetness of foot was put on
exhibition. This time It was a dash of
' t'20 jarda nnd tho entries were, for
Oahu, Tailor, Kaulukou and Ualley:
for Kainehaineha, Pa, Ilees aud Aknna.
Knmelumeha took the two lending
places In this event, Aknna crossing
the line first In 23 3-5 seconds, tlm
record being 21 3-5 seconds, so that the
Katnchumeha boy broke the record by
one second. Pa followed Aknna and
Ualley of the Oahus came third.
Twelve Pound Hammer.
Thiowlng the twelve pound hammer
was next Indulged In. R. Crabbc, A.
Walker and M. Koblnson threw for
Oahu College and 0 .Nahlnu, i;. Hnma
uku and O. Apela for the Knmchame
has, Apela won for the Kameliamehas,
throwing the hammer a distance of 103
feet and S Inches, coming close to tho
record of 103 feet nnd 3 Inches. Crabbc
came seioud foi tlm Oahus and Nahlnu
of the Kamehninelins rnmo third. Tho
points now stood: 12 to 2.' lu favor of
440 Yards Dzih.
Tho l mining rates weie the most
popular sports with the riovvd and
when a lace wns announced cnthusl-
1 nitm Inii-tit fnrtlt rifr.'kh. Oiillll lint V
, "" " " 1 1 vv nil 1,
Scl.i.ack. C K Allen nnd V. Glllman.
"d Kamehameha put K. Hehnrsch, 0.
U.I..I I L' nl,l..Bl- I. thk ft.1.1 fi..
. ?r S2
Hist and second places, Hchuisch
breasting the tnpo first nnd Maloho
second, Fchtinck of the Oahus coming
thud. Schnrsch made tho distance In
SS 4-S seconds, equalling the reiord,
The points now stood: 4!) to 23, In
favor of Kamehameha.
Low Hurdle Race.
Tho recoid of 30 seconds for low hut
die rnco was beaten by ono second by
Pa of tho Knmehnmchns. "Vnothni'
lei on! smashed'" shouted tlm Knine
tinmcha boys, "Hurrah for Pa!"
Dickson. Robinson nnd llup.il en-
teied the laic for tho Oahus and Pa,
l.cinoil ami iiiw nn "i m-iirim
' l""''"8 iwl "' KllWnsOU look SCC-
Drown Wins the Mile.
one of the best events of the dny vvob
the mile inn. Tlm racers st.i-tid -ff
in n ninnner as easy as If they wcio
tnklng a ciois-iountry Jog. They
wound up moie lively, hnwi ver, amidst
Intense enthusiasm and prolonged ap
plause, K. Drown of the Oahus win
ning In f minutes and 43 seconds
U, Klucald and 0. A. Jordan worn
the other Ouhu hojs In tho race. Kin
raid came In third. I). Abraham, W.
Kala nnd A. Patten wore the Kamrhn-
mclu lepresentatlves, Abiaham com
ing In second. The points now stood:
56 to 32 In favor of the Kameliamehas,
with the Oahus making a show of
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 be constantly guarding
against the pranks of tho wind, so that
the sport could proceed. L. Kaulukou
nnd W. Campbell vaulted for the Oahus
and K. Hardee, I). Kaal nnd U. Lemon
for the Kameliamehas. Hardco beat
tho record, clearing the bar at n
height of 10 feet, 6 Inches, the pre-
Ions record being 10 feet, 4 Inches.
Campbell camo second with 10 feet. 4
Inches, and Kaal was third with 10
Relay and Wlnd-Up.
A mite relny race wound up the dav'x
sports. Schnnck, Dalley, Kycroft and
Campbell ran for tho Oahus and
Scharsch. Knmall, Maloho nnd Akani
for tho Kainehamchas. Tho Kamelia
mehas won this rnco all the way
through, gaining eight more points
nnd bringing their score up to TO
points to the Oahus' 31. The mile was
covered In 3 minutes and 40 seconds,
equalling the previous record.
It was a glorious victory,
(Continued from page 1.)
A eorntr for the Worlds guvo no re
sult. Morse got In n shot for tlm Hiotch
goal but narrowly missed It. MuWhlr
tci secured the ball nml brought II
down well on the wing near the
World's gonl. Hero ho had u sharp
tussle with the backs hut maneuvered
the pigskin splendidly nnd lliuilly man
aged to renter It to Iloyle, who had
Just nrilvod upon tho scene. llolo
caught the ball on tho pass and iliot
it through tho goal before Duscnhurg
had realized the situation This wns
the fit Kt goal In tho Scotchman's favor
Scots Play Good Game.
Despite the wind tho hnidy Suits
again got tho hall up In front of tho
World's gout nnd managed to keep It
there for quite n while. Tho Worlds
finally tallied nnd carried the ball back
on n series of passes, Morse finally
making a shut Just by tho Scotch gonl.
The Worlds again carriefl tuo hall
down on tho wing near the Scotch goal
where n lively scrimmage, tool; plaro.
Morse got the hall out of tho bunch
nnd made for tho goal hut got stopped
by Mctllll Just 1n tho nlcl. of time. Tho
hcots broke away again and Cockburn
made a try for goal but missed It.
Still aggie-sBlvn tho Scots held the
ball down In front of their opponents
goal until they flnnlly rallied aud
lushed tho hall over tho Scotch line.
The Scots, however, pounced on the
ball nnd brought It hnc k In front of the
Worlds' gonl where a hot scrimmage
took place, Duscuheig finally relieving
Morsa broke away and passed
Illackman who wns stopped by tho
Scotch barks. Illackman again secur
od tho bull nnd rushed It nlong In good
s j le until McOlll stopped him. 1 tin
Si otdiiiicn rushed tho ball up again
nnd Mc Willi tor shot for goal sending
tlm ball over the bar. A little later the
half closed tho scoio being Scotchmen
I. Torlds 0.
Scots Defended Well.
During this half tlm Scotchmen
showed up in fine stylo putting up nn
excellent defense agaliiht tho Worlds
who aided by tho wind wore pressing
very haul nt times and lost a couple
of good chances to scorn Not only
this, the Scotchmen often woro aggres
sive and rushing tho ball ngnlnst the
wind menaced their opponents' goal on
several occasions. Tint Worlds put up
a good game but tho Scotch defense
proved too murb for them. The wind
also made accurate Kicking wellnlgh
Worlds Face the Wind.
In tho second period the Worlds Im
mediately forced trie ball against tho
wind over tho Scotch line. Tho change
of goals and the consequently ndverso
wind wns too much for tho romblned
nations, however, and tho Scotchmen
soon got the bull. MrWhlrter nnd
Rciyln on n series of passes got tlm
ball down in fiout of tho Worlds' goal
flnnlly gaining a corner. McWhliter
conteied the hill well from tho corner
hut Ouseuberg saved his goal In good
order. McWhlrter ngnln got tlm ball
and rushed It over tho Worlds' lino,
a scrimmage took plaro In fiont of tho
Woihls' xoal mid Guild inndo n shut
for It but missed, riddes desplto his
Illness took tho hall down well nnd
renteied It from tho whig In flno
A shoit but veiy exciting scrim-
nngo ensued In front of I ho Worlds'
goal which was Bplomlldly saved by
Dusenberg. Tho Sc-ots pressed hard
again but wcio stopped by lleurdmorr,
n coiner being gained by them. Fid
den mndii tlm shot but tho wind cniilud
the hull behind the goal.
Worlds' Goal Bombarded.
Ilnttoiulny made a splendid shot
from tlm field for tho Wealds' goal but
Duscnhiug stopped tlm ball. Tho
Win Ids picked up again nnd Morse
biought tho hall up In a flno run but
was stopped by the Scotch backs. Tho
Suits In letimi swooped down near
tho WorlilH,' goal whom Dimonborg
pi evented scoiing (Itilld took a shot
fiom tho field ut tlm Worlds" goal but
Dusenberg again saved It. Morse took
the ball and rushed It up near tlm
Scotch goal In an excellent run. lie
ninile a shot for goal but Kenwlck snv
A corner for th Scotchmen wns
kicked by McWhlrter but Doyer
caught tho ball and took It out of dan -
.,..'. Aw'tftt'''" ""!' ."tfftrS
gcr. A scrlmmngo took plara in front
of tho Worlds' goal and McWhlrter
made n Well aimed shot for It. Dusen
berg caught tho ball with the fingers
of ono hand but the wet sphere slip
ped from his grasp and went between
tho posts' putting another gonl fo tho
credit of tho Bcctchmcn.
Third Goal for Scots.
McWhlrter brought tho ball up In
good shape but Denrdmoro stopped
him. Hoyle made a good shot for tho
Worlds' goal but .Dusenberg saved It.
Some glvo and tnkc plajlng In middle
field followed which ended In a scrlm
mngo In front of the Worlds gonl. Mc
Whlrter mndo a flno shot for goal but
Dusenberg fisted It out and over his
gonl In nn excellent ninnner. Guild
kicked from the corner hut tho wind
carried tho ball behind tlm goal. Iloylo
shot for goal but tho ball hit the goal
post nnd bounded back. riusTnborg
ran to It nnd kicked It out In tho field
where McWhlrter caught It and shot It
through gonl before Dusenberg wns
back In his position This wns tho
third goal for the Scotchmen.
McWhlrter Scores Another Goal.
McWhlrter passed to llovle who
kicked tho bnll right Into tlm Worlds'
goal which Dusenberg saved In fine
stvlu. The Scots still woro very ag
gressive- and pressed hard hut the
Woihls' backs put up a good defense.
Itoylo got tho ball well up but Illack
man stopped him McWhlrter made a
flno shot for goal from the field and
sent tho ball thiotigh. scoiing the
fomth goal for Scotland
World Got One Goal.
Deivle mndo a good pnB to Mi Whir
tor who shot for goal but missed. Now
the Worlds broke uwaj and Morso put
tho ball through the Scotch goal thus
scoiing the 11 1st and onl gonl foi the
Thero was a hot srrlmningo In front
of the Worlds' goal Dusenberg saved
It onc-o but tho ball wns Immediately
shot bnck Into gonl aguln, and In tho
bombardment ho fisted tho hall
through his own gonl In his attempt
to save It. This wus tho fifth goal for
tho Scotchmen and tho Inst one made.
There was some little plavlng after
this hut soon time wns called, leaving
tho score: Scotchmen B, Worlds 1
Hoat Mons Victorious.
Tho vlctoilous Seotrnmon put up a
splendid game throughout. In tho first
hnlf they not only defended themselves
well but even scored ngnlnst the wind.
In tho second hnlf they hud the wind
In their favor nnd did not fnll to ben
efit from this ndv outage. Tho oppos
Ing team, however, showed light and
some excellent plavlng wns exhibited
by scvernl of Its members Illackman
nnd Morse put up n fine, last gnmo.
nnd Ilenrdmoro n fine defense. Ditscn
borg of course missed some balls but
on tho other hnnd ho made some fine-
stops during tho rapid bombardment
which his goal was subjected to espe
cially In tlm second hnlf.
Of the Scotchmen, fleet McWhiitel
was omulpiesent ns over and Iloyli
also worked well. MrOIH and It. An
del son put up n defense it wus difficult
to pass nnd I'enwlch kept his gonl
clear In good orclor. Tho line up of the
loams was ns follows:
Kenwlck k Dusenberg
Mi Gill ..r f. u llenrdmore
It. Anderson Usboilin
Drown h.b Churton
Ilottomli ) Illnc knian
McWhlrter f. w Anderson
Flddc h Simpson
RICH LITTLE GIRL" CtTTFlT.
Well-to-do parents me adopting tho
plan of piesentlng each of their little
ones with a gem or bangle or u heavy
cold brad as a blillida gift. These
lire strung upon a very thin stiand of
gold, which Is one of the christening
gifts bestowed upon the little one. The,
larger the means of the giver the cost
lier the gem oi tho larger tho gold
bead. Pearls aic u favoilte gift. If
these niu mounted upon the gold
chain and saved until the child Is ot
ngo the accumulation wilt he of con-1
tddeinblo vulue. Fashionable motheia
now deck tho necks of small gills with
gold chains or stiands ot pea lis, from
which depend Jewelled amulets.
Watches that look sianely large,
inougb fur a doll uie pint of tho rich
little girl's outfit. Girls wear h.iughs
upon the arms, Little bovs also are
allowed bracelets, nnd watches. The
amulet Is nenily always set with the
child's blltlistone or with u series ot
jewels whose Initials will spell the lit
tle ouo's iiunie. The stones are not
very huge, and thcrefoio not extrava
gantly costl. Coial enjovs high favot
it present, hut It must be of the best
quality nnd mounted In golcl.-
Thero Is a tribe In Centtnl Africa
among whuin speakers In public de
butes am lefpilrod to stand on ono leg
while' ornting, and to speak only ns
long ns they can stand.
Tho Seam .Mormons In flerinnuv nic
total uhstalneiH from alcohol, coffee,
ten uiul vvoildly amusements.
Everything New, Good Table, Nice
Bedrooms, Sample Room for Commer
cial Travelers, Opposite' Landing, flno
view, cool and comfortable. Terms
, G, FREELAND
Committees Appointed at
LITERARY EXERCISES AND
LAWN SOCIAL ARE EVENTS
Address By Dr. Alexander of Japan
Junior Branch of Hawaiian Mission
It was said by the president nt the
close; of the monthly meeting of the
Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
jcstciday evening, that ho did not re
member a session when more business
wns dispatched. The "Cousins" gath
ered at the home ot Profcnor and .Mrs
Theo. Richards, Kapiolani street, ami
besides the host and hostess there woid
Rev. O. II. Gullck, president, aud
Mrs, Gullck ;I.orrln Andrews, tec end
ing Becreturj ; Hev. and Mrs. O. P
Umerson, Hev and Mrs. J. Leadlng
liam, ltev. T. T. Alexander, D. I) , Hov.
W. I). Westcrvclt, Prof. W. I). Alexan
der, Dr. Clark, Prof. C. J. L.vons, Jos
eph I). Athcrton, Mrs. J. II. Richards,
Robert W. Andrews, A. P. Cooko nnd
.Misses Cooke (2), W. C. Weedon, Mrs.
Weaver, Miss Plnxmnn, Miss H)de,
Miss Harlow, .Miss Taleott, Miss Stokes
and Mr. Stokes (assistant curator ot
Arrangements were made nt tb
meeting for celcbintlng tho Jubilee ot
tho society In May. Tho nnnual busl
nc-ss meeting on Saturday tho 17th Is
111 st In the order of events. Nomina'
tlon of olllcers to be then elected was
left with the board of managers
Literary exercises coming next nre
fixed for the following Thursday, tlid
committee on such being Miss Hvde,
Mr. Westcrvclt and Mis. i. 11. Athcr
ton. On tho dny following n lawn social
will be held on the grounds of Prof,
aud Mis. lllclurds, who with Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. F. Dillingham and Mrs. Gullck
are the committee lu charge ot tho
Au amended draft of constitution;
and bylaws wns cm el oily reviewed by
the meeting, some vcib.il changes be
ing made. It stands for final adop
tion nt next meeting, One alteration
was the substitution of "Roberts'
Rules of Ordci" for tho time-honored
"C'ushlng's Manual" us the guiding au-1
thorlty lu business pro codings.
Mrs. Kmeiion, in response to a call,
for suggestions, mooted tho organlza-j
tlon of a Junior branch. It should b!
managed by the joung people them
selves. Tho author believed that such'
an organization would, besides contor
ting Immediate benefit upon lis mem
be is, bo a training school to picparc
them for entering the parent society
when they giew up nnd vvoitlilly took
the places of their elders. Dxcltlng
tho Interest of Its members In the
cause of the society, n Junior branch
would tend to ensure the perpetuation
of the senior Institution.
The proposition wns received with
general fnvor. Mr. Cooke having re
marked that tho voting folks used to
hnng around tho outskirts of meetings,
Dr. Clark commented, "The verenda
brigade was very large In those days."
It wns mentioned that the oldtlmn
auxiliary societies had been discarded
In the body of laws Just considered.
Mrs. i:meison. Mrs. Richards nnd
Mrs. Weaver wero appointed n commit
tie on organization of the proposed
Miss Stokes was conducted to the
piano and pleasingly snug a beautiful
selection appropriate to tho occasion.
At the conclusion uf business the
piesldrnt stated that an nddrsss from
Dr Alexander was to have been tho
principal matter of edification, but as
the hour was late tlm nice ting would
nave to be sntlsiiecl Willi a row remnrXH
of gieetlng from thegucslof the even -
Ing Tho tides at Kahulul and Hlld occur
I)r Alexander has been n missionary , about au hour earlier tbon at Ho
In .Inp.m for twcMitv-flvc years nnd Is nolulu.
spending three months here to recupcr- Hawaiian Standard Time Is lOh 30m
nte his health, being the guest of A. slower than Green wclh tlmo, being
Frank Cooke, When called upon lie luul of tho meridian of 157.30. The
icsponded substantially as follows: time whistle ..ows at 1:30 p. m., whlcd
"I have been requested tndny to j18 farae as Greenwich, ua 0m.
........1 . .i, i,it.i,.. i i, i .,.., i Masters of vessels sailing from this
speak to tho chlllien. I had a suspl-, for Sgn Franc,BC0 wrDnd thorj
linn who the children would he. Cer- branch of the U. 8. Hydrographlc
talnly I have greut pleasuio In address, oillee located In the Merchants' Ex-
Ing the ehlldren, nnd especially tin
children of the extinguished men aim
women upon whom th - or the
..n.i.i i.o. i.- ., .. ,. .,!
slxtv or seventv vears-I dn not know ' i,ri,lns IlKhtB' daDB8ra t0 navigation
sixtv or seventv years l Co not know.un ,,,, matter8 oI interest to ocean
jeisi iiiin mug. .
ejnc of tno lust hooks I ever reau on
foreign missions, which nwakeneel my
Interest In missionary effort, wns a
book about missions In India. I .do
not remember n thing that was In the
hook, hut It was one of tho flist In
fluences to direct me to a mlsslounty's
life. Afterward I M-rfcl of thn woik 111
the B.indwlch Islands T.lils lias been
ono of tho most Intcitstlng of nil for
eign mission fields, 1 fnui-v lliei-n is no
other coimtij In tho vvculd vv hoiu r.urh
a mclety ns this could exist. Wo iMn -
lint hnve It In Japan, because thero thn
work Is too young. Not lu China, be
cause the missionaries them nio spread
over so viisi n counuy. All I I '10 lieu
think the clieuimstnntis In Irelln favor
such n society,
"I take this opportunity of oxpn-si-Ing
my great pleasure In be'n,; prerent
this evening nml In offering J on ny
congratulations on jour flourlshlm: up
poaianco and the grand work jou me
doing. I congratulate ou upon jour
hlstmy aud upon jour prospects In the
Dr. Alexander wns heartily appeal
ed as he sat down.
;-Y..d.. .- -
ANOTHER DAY NEARER
Some folks aro horn procrastlnators. Neither ndvlco nor entreaty
proves availing; they won't anticlpato and constitutional last mln
titers, therefore, must be content with pot-luck depleted assortments.
Dut ou are not In that category, aro you? You want to make selec
tions under the most favorablo conditions. Wo expect big crowds
this week. Wo shall havo on salo
13 tons of 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.,
ISS Merchant St., next to 8tancnwnld Building.
President Gullck remarked upon the
resemblance ot their guest to hlj de
parted namesake. Father Alexander ot
tlm sTnn nlln m I a a I r n nnl Itfta l'iiviii
said he was from the same fetatcj us
The meeting closed with the tinging
of two stanzas of Ileber's nilsslouaiy
Wt dot ii. r .,
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p. an a m. d m,
J 5 I aj
I oil 5
1. in 1
I J 'a 00
Full moo a on tho 23d at 4:31 p. ra.
Tides from tho United States Coast
'1""! Oeodetlo Survey Tables.
j change, whore Is maintained for their
benoflt frco of charge, complete sets
or -narts ana directions or tno worm,
Latest Information can be obtained ro-
Saturday, .March 22.
Str, Keauhou, Moshcr, from Koloa
with 773 bags of sugar.
Am. schr. Olgn, Waldwlck, CI days
from Newcastle with coal.
U. S. A. T Hancock, Wilson, 7 daa
from San Finnclsco with troops for
Am. Sli ndunnl How nil Oltirk. Ill
iinyg from o3ter Harbor.
, 8tr. Kluau." Tieeman. from Hllo anef
way poiU, with 20.1 sheep. 99 hogs,
horsed, 43 sacks of corn, 21 cords of
W00ll jj, pnC!taB1,8 of sundries,
Saturday, March 22.
O .0 S. S. Gaelic. Finch, for San
Am. hit. R. P. Rlthet, McPhall. for
S.in Francisco with sugar.
Am. schr. James II. llnice, Miller,
for Puget sound.
Your amateur photographic) work
will be well dcuio If tal.cn to Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.
ViinlTHin . i i , , ill
f e. l ,,.t.
arguments against lata buying.
many times. Will you profit by
OPEN SATURDAY FVENING
of vehicular construction,
j For Wont Column Storage Six
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LOST A St. Bernard Dog, answers to
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Casey And pvvhers?
Dooloy Sure, tliot's a sarrlt. Ceisey,
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A pontifical tiara In gold, valued at
40.000, is to bo tho Jubilee gl(e of the
English Catholics to Popo Leo Kill.