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Vol. X. No. 2115.
HONOLULU, TEltltlTORY O
MONDAY. Al'lllL 7. 1902
I'mon 5 Ousts.
Cleghorn Was Not Quick
Enough in Claiming
COVENANT NOT RERUIRED
Judge Robinson Decides That W. R.
Castle Had Complied With Decree
of Court Contempt
Judge Robinson has rendered a de
cision adverse to A. S. Cleghorn upon
the order of V. It. Castle to show
cause why ho Bhould not be adjudged
to be In contempt of court for not com
plying with a decree.
The decree, ordered Castle to pay
Cleghorn 13420 with Interest from
January 23, 1897 less $1900, also to
convey to plaintiff, who was the ad
ministrator of the estate of Antono
l'hlllp, by deed with a warranty
against all Hens or encumbrances sut
feicd since August 30, 18SG, a certain
parcel of land at Walhcc, Maul, de
scribed In a deed from A. S. Cleghorn
and wife to William It. Castle dated
August 30, 18S6, and In default of de
livery of the deed within ten days
from dnte of the decree to pay the'
plaintiff $1900 and costs of that suit
taxed at 43.50.
It was conceded in the contempt case
that defendant had paid plaintiff the
13420 with interest less $1900. together
Willi costs of suit, and given him a
warranty deed us directed. Yet It was
urged that defendant was In contempt
of court, and had refused to obey the
decree, "in having failed to put tho
plaintiff in possession of tho land de
scribed In the decree and In tho deed
so executed and delivered by tho de
fendant, W. It. Castle, to the plain
tiff." After the delivery of the deed to him,
the plaintiff attempted to enter into
possession of tho premises, but found
them occupied by tcnantB of Manuel da
Sllva Nevlt, who claimed the owner
ship under deed of July 1, 1901, from
Peter Josepa, who in turn claimed un
der deed of December 13, 1897, from
John Nicholas Ana, acting under tu
name of John Nlcholls, one of the de
visees under the will of Antonio Philip,
Judge Robinson, with an array ot
authorities, sajs the Inuguuge used In
the dectee is not stronger Interpreta
tion than a covenant In an agreement
for the sale of land to give u good and
sufficient conveyance, and such a covoi
uant can bo performed by giving a
deed that will vest In the grantee an
unencumbered title. The defendant Is
borne out In his pleadings by tho his
tory of tho whole case, appearing part
ly In a Supreme Court decision, to tho
effect that John Nicholas Ana never
hnd any title to the land. The heirs of
Antone Philip were all paid their due
portions of his estate according to
their own desires, and anyone holding
the premises under them are merely
trespassers. "The decreo In this
cause," tho Judge says, "does not re
quire that tho defendant Castle shall
covenant against tho nets of trespas
sers, and If It did plaintiff's remedy
for a breach of such a covenant would
not be by summary proceedings to pun
ish as for contempt."
It must have been subsequent to
July 1, 1901, more than three months
nfter the delivery of tho deed by de
fendant to him, that plaintiff "made de
mand upon the occupants of the premi
ses for possession, "It docs not np
pear," says tho opinion, "that If tho
plaintiff had endeavored to take pos
session of the premises immldlateiy af
ter the execution and delivery of the
deed of April 25, 1901, he would hnvo
been .opposed In tho endeavor, or that
Wo uso only tho
best platinum paper
and guarantee our
work. Call and seo
samples on exhibition
In studio and at tho
entrance, o o o o
Rice & Perkins
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel and
Union SU. Entrance on Union.
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WILL GO OUT TODAY
May Be Gone Two or Three Weeks
Opportunity for Hawaiiaus
Mascot Goat Gets
The United States Fish Commission
steamer Albatross expects to loavo
pott this afternoon for a cruise, of two
or three weeks off the Island of Maul.
Iter plan of campaign has not yet been
fully entered upon and up to tho pres
ent tlmo sho has not accomplished a
great deal in uid scientific field. Now
that her complement of officers Ij
complete, however, it is expected that
much moro will bo accomplished and
the crulso sho Is about to mako will
probably bear abundant fruit In the
way ot countless valuable specimens
of the denizens of tho deep.
Surfaco nets, intcrmcdlato nets and
trawlers will bo used on this trip and
the workers In tho laboratory will
undoubtedly have their hands full for
tho next month.
As tho steamship China Is expected
to sail tomorrow for San Francisco
with mall, tho scientists aboard tho
Albatross aro today busily, engaged in
making up their official reports) to
Washington. Thcso reports will tovel
all work accomplished since the ves
sel sailed from tho Coast which, whllo
It Is not overmuch In magnitude, Is
nevertheless very Important from a
detailed scientific standpoint.
Tho Albatross has been In tho habit
of dropping her anchor during the
nlght-tlmo while cruising around tho
Islands since her arrival In theso wa
ters. This was dono owing to tho fnct
that sho was short ono officer, thoe
not being enough officers to stand
wntcn day and night. Since tho ar
rival ot Ensign A. " Mitchell, who
came down In tho City ot Poking, there
aro now enough officers aboard tho
Albatross to take watch and watch,
day and night, so that tho steamer will
move slowly along during tho nlght
tlmo as well as In tho day. In this
way moro work will be accomplished.
It by any chanco tho Albatross
snotild fall to get away this afternoon
sho will start on her crulso tho first
thing In the morjilug.
binco her arrlvnl here the crew of
tno Albatross have been swelled by
the addition ot a Hawaiian boy, who
shipped as "landsman." Thero ore
opportunities aboard the vessel for
other Ilawallans, but for so tno reason
applications have been very few. Two
others who applied failed to pass tho
physical examination anil sinco that
tlmo thero hove been no other applies
Admiral Muck, tho mascot goat of
the Fish Commission steamer, tamo
very near being court-martialed re
cently. Ho went up town and bccnino
intoxicated by too freo an Indulgenco
in beer. Ho hn'd to bo taken back tq
tho ship In a hack. He was rcprlmnnd
cd before tho mast for his conduct. A
whole day passed before tho conscien
tious goat could look tho cook Jn tho
eye and ask for his haBh, bo deeply
did ho feel his shame.
-r -r-f -r "r-t- -r
the Innd was In fact occupied at that
time by anyone claiming adversely to
"A grantee under n deed must exer
cise rcasonablo diligence In entering
into possession ot tho premises describ
ed In the deed, and a delay of three
months, under the circumstances o(
this case, Is, In my opinion, unreason
able. "I am of tho opinion that tho defen
dant. W. R. Castle, has substantially
and literally complied with tho decreo
of this court and that the motion for
nn order to show cause should bo de
nied. It Is so ordered."
A man Interested In tho welfare of
the Hawaiian Tramways Co. called in
at tho Dulletln offlco today and made
the following statement:
"I have heard It stated on the streets
that a bill authorizing the uso of elec
tricity on tho cars owned by tho Ha
waiian Tramways Company of this
city hns passed tho Houses of Con
gress at Washington. This would be
but an act of common fairness to the
company and ot great benefit tho the
city and traveling public In general
who now have a deslro to get around
quicker than can be accomplished by
the mule cars. If this be true, It will
bo a great Improvement and will un
doubtedly give us an electric system
without waiting a counln of years for
our own Territorial Legislature to
grant the necessary powers. We hope
it Is true. Tho more electrical accom
modation, the better."
AIR. HAKAO LEAVING.
P. S. Sakao, secretary of the Japan
ese Consulate here, leaves for Vancou
ver In the Moana Tuesday to become
acting consul for his G eminent at
that port. Mr. Sakao has been con
nected with tho consulate here for four
years and, during that time, has made
many warm friends who will be sorry
to lose lilm. He will bo glcn a very
hearty send-off by tho Japanese of the
Thero will bo an Important meeting
ot tho Hawaiian Jockey Club at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening at 8
o'clock. Tho arranging of tho program
for the 11th of Juno races will be set
IN BIG MAY DAY CONCERT
Plans are beginning to take shape for
ono of tho most Interesting entertain
ments ever held In the city. The chil
dren ot the schools are to unite In giv
ing a concert for the McKlnley Mem
orial play ground.
During February and March there
were several meetings of the educa
tional branch of the McKlnley memor
ial committee. The object ot these
meetings was to cpnslder tho matter
of raising funds for the proposed chil
dren's playgrounds, as a memorial to
our late President.
Mrs. Nina I- I). Frasher, principal ot
tho Kalulanl school, was appointed to
prepare a circular letter to be sent to
the schools throughout the Islands. At
the last meeting of the committee held
In tho Y. W. C. A. parlorsi April 2,
Mrs. Frasher reported that she had
sent the following circular letter to
the principals of ail the schools;
Honolulu, Hawaii, Feb. 12, 1902.
The Educational Branch ot the Mc
Klnley Memorial Committee beg to In
vite your attention to the following
plan by which It Is proposed that the
schools of tho Islands may assist In
raising the money required for a suit
able memorial to our late President.
A PRINCIPLE IS INVOLVED
SAY HOME RULE SPEAKERS
Tho second meeting of the Home
UulcrH during the present campaign
took placo on Drawer's wharf at tlm
noon-hour today and before the speak
ers Kaulla, Wlso and Emmduth had
finished with what they had to say
there was a crowd of nearly a hundred
and fllty people standing around tho
meeting place. Whllo the great ma
jority of those present wcic natives,
ucro was a liberal sprinkling ot oth
ers. Several Republicans listened in
terestedly to what luo speakers had
to say. .
Kaulla Makes Speed).
"Kill the snake. Tho time lias como
when wo must once moro Join hands
and fight for our rights. Tho good
uews has como from Washington that
A eb I aiTd George R. Carter, member!
of tho Republican party, hnvo been
fired out of. tho Senate. Carter was
fired whllo he was right in Washing
Have Killed the Snake.
"Republicans havo asked what the
Home Rulers have done. They hava
killed tho snako; but Dolo still remains
ana tho work will not be complete un
til he Is out. Is It right for us to gn
back and lie down In a bed of snakes?
You say no. Well, then, don't go and
ally yourselves with tho Republican
party. Let us remain Independent and
fight for our own rights. They call tut
Ilawallans a benighted people. Well,
Inat may bo so. but I will venturo that.
In proportion, thero aro moro Ilawall
ans who can rend and wrlto tuan there
aro people on ttio Mainland who can
Good for Good.
"Drolor Is to Do our standard bearer.
When he 'was In tho Houso of Nobles
under I.llliiokalanl, ho was tho man
who got up and said he was willing to
put up J20.000 toward relieving the
distress of tho Government. Let us
return good for good and put lilm Into
Tho fight which the Republicans
mode to keop relcr oft tho ballot
fell through oven after It was taken
to tho Supremo Court, which body Is
a nest of Republicans. Why was this?
Simply becnuso they could not go
ngalnst the volco of tho people, which
Is, we nro told, tho volco of aod."
Wise, a "Future Senator".
Mr. Kaulla then Introduced John 11.
Wlso as "ono of our future Senators."
Mr. Wlso said In part: "I eamo here
to talk to tho peoplo present who rep
resent tho Republican sldo. Tho big
question boforo every man Is how ho
will secure, benofltsfor himself, and I
nsk you; 'Will you recclvo thceo ben
efits by following tho Republican par
ty?' Let us seo about this,
What Deneflts It?
"Samuel Parkor was put up by the
Republican party ns a candidate lor
the offlco of Delegate to Washington
At tho tlmo thero was nothing too good
or lilm. All manner of good tnlng
wcro said of lilm and tho past was en
tVhat n chango there was when he
tried to scciiro tho Governorship! Tho
peoplo who hnd stood up for him as
Delegato turned right around and be
gan to abuse him ns If he wero tholr
worst onomy. Why was this? Simply
because his bKIii was dark.
"I tell you, my countrymen, you will
gain nothing by following tho Republi
OF THE SCHOOLS
The Executive Commlttro have de
cided, as you arc aware, upon a play
ground as the form that tho memorial
They have issued certificates, 1x9 In.,
bearing n picture ot President McKln
ley which will bo sent to every person
subscribing the sum of fifty cents.
It has been suggested that these
might, through the cooperation ot the
teachers, be Introduced Into tho school
rooms. Many classes would be able tn
purchase one. mount It on a card suit
able for framing, nnd hnvo It In thclt
class room, though tho Individual
members might find It Impossible to
pay the amount required.
Subscriptions may bo sent to Chas.
M, Cooke, Treasurer of tho Executive
Trusting this matter may receive
your hearty support,
(Mrs.) NINA L. D. FRASHER,
CHAS. JJARTLETT DYKE.
ARTHUR MAXSON SMITH,
ALLIE M. FEI.KER,
Tho rommttteo nlso formulated an
other plan for raising funds. It was
thought best to ask the largo public
and private schools of Honolulu to
can party. Thero Is only ono living
thing that will turn and lick tho hand
of tho ono who giA'o a blow. That Is a
dog. Aro wo to descend to this lovel?
Dole Will Scratch.
"Whnt will bo the outcome of tno
fight that Is now on? It will Dhow
Washington that tho homo of tho Re
publicans tho Fourth District has
been smashed to pieces and Dolo will
scratch his head and stroke his beard
when President Roosevelt asks him
tho reason tor this. Naturally, he will
not reply truthfully, but If he wcro to
do so, ho would have nothing to ray
but this: 'Tho peoplo do not want nu
In tho Governor's chair.'
"I see.-b.ulte n number of Republican
beforo me. I would say, In Justice to
them, that there aro two sides in tho
party. Ono Is missionary and tho oth
er anti-mlsslonnry. This brings me to
tho candidates at tho special election.
Gazo for a moment nt the Republican
candidate. Who aro behind him? Tho
missionaries and the firm of Lowers &
Cooko. Whom do these peoplo em
ploy? Japaneso or any other peoplo
Promises Not Kept.
"Theso nro tho kind of peoplo who
will promise you all manner ot Jobs
when It getB near to election tlmo.
WOMAN IN I MoE
When the petition of Kaolclo and
Kaallalkl for probate of ttte will of Da
vid Knhanu canio on for bearing before
Judgo Gear this morning, a protest was
tiled against It by David Kahoana,
son ot the testator, and his wife. Tho
estate Is worth about (5000. According
to the petition tho sole hclr-at-law was
the widow whoso name Is not given,
while tho devisees and legatees wcro
tho petitioners. The protest ot tho
contestants says that ho left lilm sur
viving his wife, Kauahoa Kahanu, and
bis child, David Koahana, and that the
latter and his wife nro Interested In
the estate. They claim that when tho
will was made tho decedent was not
of sound and disposing mind, but had
been for some years under tho In
fluence of a certain woman named Ka
allalkl. He was 79 or 80 years of ago
and It Is alleged that Kaallalkl, to ex
clude tho contestants from any shnre In
his estato, told tho decedent that they
were abandoned persons, dissipated
and depraved, nnd unworthy of recog
nition by lilm.
Robertson & Wilder represent tho
petitioners, J. J. Dunne and R. W.
Ilreckons tho contestants nnd Poepoe
and Kaulla tho widow.
S. S. ALAMEDA, APRIL 9,
Next express steamer to the Coast
Express closes 10 a. m. day ot sailing.
Wells, Fargo & Co, Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Masonic Temple, with American
take part In an entertainment to be
given In Iho Opera House, Thursday
evening, Mny 1. This plan met with
the approval of tho entire commltttec,
nnd Bteps wcro Immediately taken to
further tho plan. Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh was asked to secure th"
Opera House, which he succeeded lu
doing at a reduced rate.
Mrs, Anna II. Tucker, director of
music In the government schools, wos
nsked to take charge of the program.
Mrs. Tucker reported that the follow
ing schools will take part In the enter
tainment; Normal school, High school, Royal
school, Knahumanu school, English
Sisters' school, Kawalahao seminary,
Kamehamcha schools and Piinahou col
lege. Captain Ucrgcr, leader of tho Terri
torial band, will furnish music for the
occasion. Mrs. Gunn has kindly con
sented to furnish one number by pupils
of her children's dancing class. The
program promises to be a fine one, and
u treat Is In store for those fortunate
enough to secure seats In the Opera
House for Thursday evening. May 1.
The decorations ore In charge of the
Young Women's Christian Association,
and the committee will secure the ser
vices of a professional stage manager
?a f-s M Xa Pa Pa Pa M n ta f rm
When that tlmo is over tlioy will tell
you ihero Is no moro work. If you
ask why, they will say that money is
cry senrco and that thoy cannot af
ford It. You nsk who Is to blame for
this; they will tell jou tho Home Rul
ers, becnuso they did not pass the loan
"Hero is, however, tho peculiar part.
Governor Dolo has the power to cull a
special session lor tho passngo of tho
loan bill nnd yet he prefers not to do
so. Ho says thero Is plenty of money.
Then where In the nnmo of heaven was
there over tho need of a loan bill?
Vote for Dreler.
"I toll vnu If vnu u-iinl nnv t.nrw.mo
for VOUrsclvefl. fttfe-k tni-plhor nnd rntii
for Drelor. It you hnvo hopes of a
special session and tho passngo of the
county bill, vote for Dreler. If you
I would hno In a nutshell what the Re
I publicans think about county govern
ment, rend tho Advertiser. They don't
I want county government becauso It
win pmco power in tno nanus of tho
Emmeluth on Principle.
Tho next speaker was John Emmel
uth, who spoke as follows. IiIh re.
marks being Interpreted Into Hawaii
an by John E. Hush:
-o Issues before us nro not tho
candidates of tho Homo Rule and Re
publican parties. Elthor ono is n good
nlnn. It Is not tho question which ono
Is elected to the Legfslalure. Then
what Is raising all this row? The rea
son Is to 1)0 found In tho fart that
thero Is a principle Involved which lies
close to tho hearts of trie people close
to the hearts of the electors of tho
Fourth District This prlnclplo must
bo carrlod to victory or defeated, ns
tho rase may be, by tho peoplo of tho
executive vs. Legislature.
"From tho time tho Legislature open
ed In regular session through to the
tlmo tho message of tho Governor wns
received and until ho refused to grant
a ten days" extension of tho Legisla
ture, tho Executive obstructed by ev
ery means In Its power tho will of tho
"Mr. Harris lays stress on the fnct
that tho Homo Rulo members of tho
LogUlatiiro defeated tho loan act. Read
tho Dulletln of March 25 and you will
seo thero who defeated It and for whnt
reason. It lay In tho hands of George
H. Carter, a Republican member of tho
"I say Geojgo R. Carter becauso of
tho threo nfembers of tho committee
who had the matter In hand for twen
ty days, ho was the only ono who posed
ns n financier. Tho other man was
Sauford II. Dole. It was dono slmply
to cast blamo on tho Homo Rulo party
nnd to li'uick tho county bill.
"Let us have thlu Issuo settled nt
nnco nnd find out If tho peoplo of the
Vourth District want county govern
ment or not."
Mr. Emmeluth itwolt on this matter
for somo tlmo and ended by Baying:
"If you wITl read tho Instructions to
Cooper from Washington you will seo
that they constitute n direct order to
Iho etfect that when tho people appeal
on any Issue, ho must respect those
wishes as ir ho wero Gnx-rnor In fact.
Bulletin. Tfe ner rronth.
INVENTION NOW BEING
USED ON DIG ISLAND
James Mallon Claims Gregg Company
Have Trespassed On His Rights
And Will Take
Within a short time the first suit for
Infringement on patent right arising
from tho uso of an Invention being
used In Hawaii will be begun. I
James Mallon, the Inventor and pat-1
cntee of the Mallon-lladley cane-un-
loiwtnr nn! fopilnf. nnur liorn rlntma thu
several machines which hnto been.
erected by the Grclg Compariy are In
fringements on his patent and suit has
been begun In San Francisco to stop
tho manufacture and salo ot the Gregg '
machine In these Islands.
Since nrrlval here, Mr. Mallon nn
Installed two of his machines on tho
plantations one at Olan and tho other
nt Walaken Mill. They aro both In
r ml a g'lv ng tftbeS
. being worked at a
ing of sixteen men in twenty-four
Mr. Mallon's trip hero at the present
time hns not been as eomfortablo as It
should on account ot the prevailing bad '
vcather. Ho will return ,.la l Au-
Eiist of thlB year and will make ar
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M. Mallon Is tho Inventor of ncany
'.riS "M JZ
plantations in I-oulslana and Is at pre
ent at work perfecting the details of a
n.1 -.Z . kin i i . T. ii,.
rano cutting machine to bo i.sed In the
Tho grent drawback to a cane-cutVi
Is the tangled mass In which cane,
growi. A remedy for tills, however,
has been found In I-oulslnna. There a
field f cane containing Bomo twenty
flc or thirty acres wns planted from
seed cane sent fiom Haw-all.
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lanuH.uuu vmie. i nu n nu.
WUTItH IJl'lll-'lllJ 111 HUB nilUIKill CUIltT. '
was saved lor seed and will bo dlstrlb-
utcd among tho plantations.
As soon as tho crop from the experi
mental cane Is ready. It wilt bo liar
vested by tho new cutter.
Wharf Clerk Charles I.lttlejolin of, was tho subject of an Interesting ills
Wilder's Steamship Company has been cusslon.
promoted to the general offlco uptown ncv- Slr- I-endlngham nejt presented
Llttlejohn's placo Is taken by Harry "10 report or the committee on tho n.v
Knell, formerly freight cltrk of the ,1ln,lonof ,B""ic8-
steamer Claiidine, while Knell's plao
on the Claiidine Is filled by tho former
purser of the steamer Maul, Mr. Phil
lips. 8T. LOUIK BOYS WON.
The High School team. Cnptaln Tho principal topic of the day, Rov.
Thompson, and tho St. Iiuls College, ! Hiram Illngham's talk on "Hernials
Cnptaln Vlerrn, played n warm gamo , censes from Missionary Work In thu
of baseball on the MakTkl grounds Sat-
morning. Following Is
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Tho party given In honnr of tho
ciBMccnth birthday of Miss Eva Ilos -
well, at Kwa plautntlon pavilion on
Saturday ovcnlng. was attended by
abOUt 100 gllCStS. Dancing Was en-
Joyed until a lato hour, after which do -
llclous refreshments wore served.. Sol -
onion's orchestra furnished tho music.
.miss uosweii was mo recipient oi
many handsomo presents.
CIIINE6D MURDIiliBR IIBRE.
Tho Chinaman who recently murder''
ed u countryman on Kauai In order to
secure the money In his possession, and
who burled tho body in a canofleld
near tho scene of tho tragedy, wan
brought to Honolulu by Sheriff Coney
In the W. O, Hall Sunday. The fellow
Is now In Oahu Jail' where he will bo
kept until tho time of his trial.
IN I Gill
Rev.Hiram Bingham Tells
About His Early
AT MINISTERIAL UNION
Soent ManV Yfars Amnnir thA Sv&o
Inhabitants of the Gilbert Group-
Preached Among Numerous
The Ministerial Union held Rs tegu
lar meeting this morning at 10 o'clock
,? VrulITw Tll ""IT
" J ? ' J L,'" ':
by Rev. Mr. Pearson, nrter which va
rious members gavo reports of tho
worK In the field. Rev. O. P. Emerson
.'"' 'nV" .. ",' in J JL JZ , ."
"P".?.0?" tfU f
the Ilawallans. There were not enough
preachers, bo lay workers wcro need-
ed- wn contemplated to start
evening class for tha purpose ot train
?' ; visiting mnary itSm
ing teachers nnd preachers. Itov. Mr.
Japan, was then Introduced. Mr. Alex-
nmlcr ha becn ln JnI"n for tt number
,of ypm nm, ,ncak,hq ,allRUagn flu.
cuuy. tie spoKo uriciy on tno mission
ary work In that country, stating Hint
during the last twelve 'months the con-
ons of tho work have been mora
fuvorablo than for any tlmo during thu
Inst ten or tweho years. One could
now preach in almost any placo In tho
empire and he assured of nn attentive
audience and no disturbance,
heretofore disturbance and tumult was
, ..,, n Tn.tnn .. nnln tl.
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nliout It as they aro with regard to all
Western IdeaB, and this oners n golden
, opportunity to the missionary workers.
I Reports wero also given by Rov.
W. I. Wcstcrvelt, Rev. Mr. Pearson,
Rev. W. M. Klncald and others. Tho
I recent Iluddhlst movement tn this city
.nu luuuniuK i wc nni oi spcaKer.-i
mnpped out for the next term; On
April 21st Mr. Alexander will speak
on Japan; on May Ctli. Mr. II. C.
Urown will speak: on May 19th. Ma.
ijor Wood; Juno 2d, Theo. Richards:
I September S. Rov. O. II. Gullck; ami
l September 27th, Rev. Mr. Leadlngham.
neri isianus, next roiloweu.
Mr .ixtighnm began hla speech with
a brief history of tho missionary work
i n Micronesia, following It by telling
nnw lie and his wife, nearly fifty
years ago, lert Dostou In tho first
I "Morning Star" ror Micronesia. They
had tho distinction 'or being tho first
passengers that ever travelled In that
i vessel. It had not been decided, when
. hn left, tn whlrh cmnn nr i.Un.L i,
1 should go, but on tho arrival of the
vessel nt Ponape, tho missionaries
then decided that It was best that the
f!nnI In. rnrrlnn In III,, mil,,,,! ,,,
j Mr. Ulnghnm and his wife consel
1 nnonilv -.ni in ihnun iinn,u mn n.
lutoHon oi which was at that tlmo cs-
i.matod to bo about DO.000. Ono yenr's
work, contending with climate, bad
rood and other ovlls, was enough to
break down Mr. Rlngham's health, ani
i ho returned to Iloston, wlfcre ho suner-
Intended tho bulldlug ot tho second
, w,'on ,hn,t vessel was built, he went
" l" "'"""" ul "VF, 0,n. a?" .. yage
i .'iinuiiioiu iiuiii inn m-uuii niuhH
down again and ho came to Honolulu.
Hero ho rcmalucd for somo time, re
turning to tho Gilberts In 1S6S.
(Continued on page. 8.)
Heretofore our Btorm rubber ads.
havo had tho effect of causing tho
rain to censo on tho samo day of publi
cation. You might conslucr them a
H this ad. rails In tho usual result,
wo ran at least bo or greater service
to tho public by selling tho very
best rubbers at $1.
This will Insure dry roct nnd great
ly lessen tho chance of a cold, there
by saving doctor'B bills, etc.
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