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Vol. I. No. 14
12 lA(iKS HONnliHl.i TKKKITOHY OF HAWAD, SUNDAY. APRIL 27, 1902. 12 PAGES
PitiOB 5 Cents.
Considerable Money 'Is
Raised For Buying
HUNDREDS OF CHILDRIN
GIVE LIFE TO SCENE
Ladies Asst At Tables and Evening
ConceitBoys Show Very Good
Results at the Sports
Live Doll Show.
A very successful fair was given
jy the government boIiooIh on tho
grounds of the Noimal school, Fort and
ftehuol Btreets, yesterday afternoon and
ewnlng. Considerable money was
ial-ed for tho purpose of bulng n
i omplete stereopticon outllt, Incliidlug
tienes of nil parts of the world, Occi
dent and Orient.
Hundreds of children of nil nation
alltles were present with their paients
or friends and the scene from 2 o clock
In the nfternoon until late In the even
ing was mo3t Interesting, lively rand
Huge Atnerlcnn and Hawaiian Hags
covered the facade of the school bulla'
In and numerous other lings weio
draped here and there In the grounds,
llooths for tho sale of Hawaiian cu
ilos, candy, lels nnd one thing nnd an
other, waited upon by a host of oblig
ing nnd pretty girls who had n be
witching way of coaxing nlekles nnd
dimes, were surrounded all the tlmo
l crowds of big and little visitors.
The Terrltor.nl band was on hand
duilng tho entire afternoon nnd play
id almost continually. There was
dancing on the greensward and merri
ment t try where.
Busy Money Makers.
Kalulanl school hart a fancy table In
flip grounds presided oer by Mrs.
Ft richer nnd a' bevy of charming us
Mstants. The Normal school fancy ta
ble was In charge of Miss Cnirlo M.
Pierce nnd Mrs. Merrill. Miss Lycett
lonductcd the Cower table nnd Miss
Mi Lain and others managed the candy
booth. Inside the school building Miss
.Snow served Ice cream, assisted by
numerous others of the Kalulanl
si liool. Mrs. M. IJ. Kalica managed tho
1 l table nt the entiuncc to the grounds
aoly abslsted b MUs Mary Nowncs.
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.111. LuuUIUCi Itl- itinniiih vuv..-.,i
. i.niltirtil "A Trln Arnilllil the World" I
with the nBslstauce of a stereopticon,
iluinlug many people with his Interest
ing pictures nnd entertaining words.
.Mrs. W. H. Marshall directed a high art
hllbtlon In one of the booths,
Concert In Evening.
In the evening a cpmert was glen.
Mis. Riisel sang: Miss Harber playeri
uii tho lolln, accompanied by Prof. In-jails-
Mrs. Phillip. Mlbs Ilarbcr and
D: Marques mingled harmony with
mliigcd Insttuinints nnd Mr. Powers
save several vocal i-elcc-anns ami a
number of Kalulanl pupils did souio
miIss bell ringing.
MUs Nina Adams, Instructor In phy
I.al culture, superintended a wand
It III bj n class of girls In the after
noon. This wns one of the piettlest
events of the day. The girls er
Jiviscd In many colors nnd wore
wieuthb of llowrra on their brows.
I The entertnlumcnt In the evening
whs. of course, more for ndults and
was attended b a goodly crowd.
Some Good Athletics.
During tho nfternoon tho athletic
events attracted mauy people who had
not entered the grounds. John A.
Penelda of the Normal school man
aged tho sports, assisted by II. C.
Pit-ice. Tho Bports proved to bo a
llely competition between the differ
ent government schools of the city
for Amateur pliotngrapheis,
Our work Is done by ourselves
nnd Is tho best.
Hi lug us jour films or plates.
Rice & Perkins,
Oregon Block, cor. Hotel
Entrance on Union.
i . .V 3ft
The wind-up showed Knahuntanu
school and tho High schmrttf bo tied
in the matter of polnts.ach' securing
22. Very few boys cntercel the events
for the Normal scrnjffl.-nnd no points
were gained by this arhool. Kalulanl
school scored I3rnl flic rtoynl school
scored 1. Tnflthlcs will be awarded
later (o4rHrVuahumanu and High
tchoolfl. fiuhvldiial prizes will nlro
be dlstclbnted later,
if Winners of the Sports.
Tho winners of the arlous sporting
yents wcie as follows: 220 yards dnsh,
H. Hula of KaahumnnuilOO yards dash,
James Lucas of the High school; run
ning broad Jump, Cn Geo of Knahn
mnnu; high Jump, James I.ucas of ttm
High scltool; shot-put, Henry Akl of
the High school, who put nn 8-pound
shot 42 feet 2 Inches; obstacle lace,
Kupa of Kalulanl school; potato rarn.
Vltaro of High school, and 3-leggcJ
race. Sing Chong nnd Amnna of Kalu
The sports went off with the utmost
good feeling and general merriment.
No disputes marred the pleasure of the
Live Doll Show.
Among tho many side attractions of
tho fair was tho live doll show. Crowds
nf hlg nnd llttlo people purchased pink
slips of pasteboard for the sum of ten
icnts and entered the main building to
witness the pciformance of eight llttlo
girls. These )oung ladlca charmed
all who saw them with their graceful
dancing and cleverly executed and
fetching scenes In the llnu of cake
walk, a3 well as the more usual forms
of dancing. Sylvia nnd Grace Ilobcrt
fnn, Huth, Martha and Lilian McChes
ney, .Madeline Ilurnctte, Geraldlnn
Truphagcn and I.ucy Dcmboy were tho
very attractive dolls.
I.ucy Dower and Lilian Ilobcrtson, of
thn grammar grade of the High school,
looked after this department, Ileatrlcu
Taylor playing the piano for the llttlo
dancers. Mildred Dates and Mary
Crelghton helped In the decorations
Miss Carrlo M. Pierce announced
last night that over $540 were realized
from the fair yesterday and that prob
ably less than $100 would cover nit ex
penses. Outside of the gate receipts, the fancy
work booths probably earned tho most
money for the schools. 1 he fair was a
great success In every way and mora
wns realized than was expected
OAIIU COLLEGE BOYS
ONLY TOTAL UP 9
Practice Gama3 Played Indifferently
Before Students and Fair Co-eds-Jupiter
Pluvius Kept Off
The Punahou Athletic Club luactnll
ulne and the Oahu College team plued
u practice game of baseball en tho Oah.u
College grounds jesterduy afteinnou
at 3 o'clock. Despite formidable. tin can
there was no lain nnd those who wit
nessed thfl game spent an enjoyable
afternoon ah fur the weather was inn-
cerned. Tho gathering picseia v.-.w
small but select. The nucleus of it
consisted of students and fair co-tds
from the coJIege but there vveie uIbo a
few baseball enthusiasts piescn.
These, however, looked as If they lul
wandered out there by mistake and
before the third inning they muatl
Tho game was a very imlntciestlnj;
one, full of cnors and even the play
ers Beeined to show u lonsldci.ibh
lack of Interest, piobnhly owing to i lie
fact that It was only a practice. Thn
Punahou Athletic, Club teun shown I
themselves to bu far superior to thn
Oahu College bojs, tho pit ici of 111"
latter team pitching far too high dar
ing nil the first pait of the Kima. The
P. A. C. easily took the lead fiom the
very beginning and stayed theia until
In the last three Innings when tl.ey
made a funiou3 spurt making fourteen
home runs lu these thico Inul.is. The
Cuhu College hoys did prettv well In
the third Inning when the made three
home runs. In the sixth and seventh
Innings tbey also seemed to pick them-
eilvct up i bit hut this wns only tem
porary and they got left behind y thn
heavy scoring of tl e Punaho'i Athlello
tenm lu tbo last Innings. At tho end
of the game the bcoro was 23 .o 0 In
fi.vor of tbo Punahou AtblotL loam,
Home runs were made fo.' the Oahu
College, boj s as follows: In thn sou
ooil Inning three by Ciinln, Campb.-ll
aiici Canavarro, In the fifth inning one
by Ahrens, In the Mxlh Innlns two by
Cunhu and Camp jell,, ami m the
seventh Inning thre ,t) Jaet'c". C'u'jlia
For the Punahou Athletic Club teem
tin following homo mus wero made:
in Ihc first Inning two bj ilemenway
nml Ilabbltt, In th"? uecond lun'ns four
by Ilemenwa), Perry, J. Marcelllno
and McLean, In the third inning one by
J. Marcelllno, in the fifth Inning one by
J, Marcelllno, In the sixth Inning on)
by A. Marcelllno, In the seventh inning
three Hy Ilemenway, Ilabbltt and
Loucks, In the eighth Inning live by
Ilemenway, Soper, A. Marcelllno
Loucks nnd McLean and In tho ninth
Inning six by Ilemenway, Ilabbltt, Sn-
i rcr, Watcrhouso, A. Marcelllno and
The score by Innings wns ns follows:
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Republicans Are Harmonious
- And Transact Much Busines
H was nt 7:55 o'clock last night
ll.at tho meeting of tho Central Com
mittee of the Ilepubllcan party wns
railed to orderby Chairman .1. A
Kennedy for the pin pose of consider
ing tho new Miles nnd regulations, re-
ecntly formulated and proposed for
me governnii'iu oi cue- puny
There were preient tho following
members of the Centrnl Committee:
J. A. Kennedy (chairman), T. Mo
Cants Stewnrt. John C, Lane, V. J.
Oelho, Dr. George Huddy, Chns. Wll
n, GeorgM r. Henton, J. It. I'lsher.
I'y proxy. Dr. Sandcw, Andrew Cox,
t:. W. Kslep. 11. II. Wright, J. Waller
Jones, Judge Waipullaul, Sennlor 11.
P. llnldwln, Judge A. N.' Kupolknl. i
h. MoHtocker, W. O. Walker, It. L.
1'olsteln, J. A. McGulte, P. N. Knho
kuolunn nnd I). II. Kahaulcllo. Otli
i rs present, among them being mem
bers of the district committees of this
Island, were: Col. James II. noyd,
Knneh Johnson, J. P. KcnoldH. Sena
loi Crabbe, Lonln Andrews, J. L. Kn
ti'ikou. C n. Wilson, C. 11 Dickey,
IM. Tovvse nnd Senator W. C. Achl.
STEWART LIMITS SPEAKERS.
Ilefotc proceeding with tho uetuat
uork of the meeting. Mr. Stewart In-
tiodueed the following resolution
wl.leh wns unanimously ndopted: I
He-solved. Thnt auy person not a
member of the committee desiring to
b heard upon any proposed rule shall
do so Immediately upon the putting
of the motion to adopt, and ho ahull
be limited to ten minutes, nnd shall
Break nl once, unless by vote nf tho
Itesolved. That each member of the
ciimmlttee shall bo limited to live
minutes nnd' shnll not' speak "hiore
If-an twhe, unless b vote of tho com
Mr. Stewnit next Introduced the fol-
ewing resolution wh.ch was n.so
LEPER SETTLEMENT AFFAIRS,
WHKHIIAS. Mr. Reynolds and Dr.
Ol.'ve-r have bei removed by tho
Hoard of Health fiom the Leper Set-
iliment nt Moloknl upon charges,
'I'hlch have been proven to tho sails-
Inctlon or an Investigating commit-
Wlli:iti:AS Said Board or Health
tins leciuested tho Illshop or Panapolls
to remove Father Wendelln rrom said
Sittlement, and has decided that the
iimovnl should be- effected, without
pii-ferrlng nn chnrges ngalnst him;
WIintlKAH. Said Fathei's useful-
niss as n mli-st would ho limited bv
the cloud, which such action would
place upon his leputntlon; now, fliero-
ItUSOLVni): That, wbllo not dcslr-
li g to intioduco pollths Into tho nf-
rulrs of the, Government, nor to Inter-
lire- with tbo said Hoaid of Ileallh In
Hie management of Its nfialrB. it Is
Ihe opinion or this Committee, that
snld Hoard should either ptcfor ehar-
grs nnd specincntlons against tho
said Itev. Fatner Wendelln. nnd glvo
him nn opportunity to he heard thcie-
upon, or It should withdraw Its le
quest tor tho removpr of said Father,
Iti:SOI,VKD: That a committee of
threo. Including tho chairman of tills
rcintultloe, bo appointed to wait upon
ctlng Governor Cooper, nnd tho
President of tho Hoard of Health, to
tn ha rt ra Ka ra i-paiuran
1 2 .1 4 G C 7 b 0
P. A. C '-' I 1 0 1 I 3 5 G-21
O, C 0 3 0 0 12 3 0 0-9
The teams welt- lined up as follows;
P. A. C. OAHU COLLEOU.
J, Marccllluo Aureus
A. Marcelllno Crabbe
During tho gnmo Walcott took Bab
bitt's place as pitcher and seveial min
or changes weie made In the teams.
Bailey umpired the game.
The following sugar awalls shipment
on Hawaii: Walakea, -1000; Hawaii 1
Mill Co., 8000; Hllo S. Co., 10,000; Ono-1
mea, S, Co, 20,000; Pepeekeo 1U00;
llnnnnin 10 000 Unknlnu. 19 000 l.itu
nahoehoe, 1500; Kukalau, 4000: Paau
hau, 2000; Pacific S. Mill, ".200: Ptuu
lull, S000; Honuapu, 705
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deliver n rnpy of this resolution to
them, nnd to disc uss this matter with
The it-solution was seconded hy Mr
Dickey who stated tllnt he was
ngnlnst the removal of Father Wende-' more our people will fight nnd the
lip from the Moloknl leper settlement. rutin- knifing of the candidates we will
He wns n good earnest worker, had .have Too many rules are no good
done a great dcnl of good, and should ! The y get people all mixed up unil
i-ot be removed. Irm- la no end of fight"
WANT ROCK CRUSHER USED. Senator Crnbhe asked why It was
Mr. Stevvnit then moved that It be "nt it was being sought to make new
the Simse of the committee thnt the ri-'es? Weren't the last precinct elec
lloaid of Health tal.o such action as Hens cnrrled on honestly? Mr. Stew,
stall enable the Superintendent of ft replied In the negative- to the last
Public Works to use tho rock erushei n"eMlmi anil referred, ns an Instance,
row located near the Insane Asjluni 'o the famous "ballot box stealing"
rot thi- purpose of meeting the great -p fcmli- In the Second Pieclnct of tho
nun urgent need or Improving tho , r'Hth District. Senator Crabbo stat
xirnntu nf llimnltilii nml Hint Hm mm I l that there seemed to be an nttemnt
niittee tu be appointed to present the
itfolutlon relative to tho rock crush
ci be also empowered to present thn
resolution lelntlve to Father Wendelln
lo the Governor nnd this President of
the Uoartl of Health.
The motion tarried. Mr. Coelho be
nig tin- only one to vote against u
He stated that his name was register-
ei! against thn lock umber Hi Its
picMiit location in the deliberations
el a recent grnnd Juiy. However, he
would vote his pio In favor of the
RULES AND REGULATIONS.
After tin- leading 'of communlea
tlcns fiom vailous country membeis
if the lommlttep, the rules and rccu
lalions were taken up for consldera
The first and second se-tlnns of Ar
t.th- 1 (Picclmt Clubs) passed wltn
m-t an (oimnent hut wlnyv It inmc to
l In thlid section, thorn wns n fora-
hbudowlng of leuuthv dlsdisslmis nnd
an Improhnlilllty of the completion of
lb.- eonslderntlon nf the rules b.-foie
at least two or three meetings.
The sedlon lelates to Ihe member-
tl'.lp of precinct clubs. The words I
-imy number or members shnll eon I
dilute n quorum ' ((instituted the first I
bone of ((intention. An amendment,!
ii-scitlng the words "or such n niim-
lei as the club ahall fix." was moved'
nnd then conn- n perfect storm or nil
I immner of umeiidmenls
' Tho section was Anally adopted
, """" uuuihiii
with n fe-w minor amendments the
principal of which was the addition of
the wonls "unless ntherwlso provided'
bv the rules of the precinct club" to
tbo wonls "The objerts or snld meet -
ii.p shall be slated In snld notice, and
i. liMi,,.u ii,, .h,. ... ..' i.i. 1. 1
the meeting Is called ns set forth lu
tald nolliu shall bo transacted."
J Mr. Coelho in moving this amend
ment ((intended that tho ltile n it
ni-od was vlitually dictating to tli
in 1 1 Inct clubs. These organizations
si.ould certainly bo given some latl-
t-idu with lespect to their own affalis.
This sentiment seemed to prevail and
rli contention ceased.
DARK HORSE MAKEf TROUnLF.
, All went well until It eamii tn See.'
l:on 9 which piovldes tor ballots. The,
question or "dark horses" nppcarlng
nn tho scene at the hist moment with
additional tickets, was brought up
pihMI wns contended that tickets
s'-nuld bo handed to tlie- Judges o
ruction nt least twenty-four hours be'
fern tho beginning of tho election
m hi i-a Mi rvs m n r M m m m f
Two basketball games wcro nlavcd in
the V. M. C. A gymnasium last night. " number of goals on penalty throws
tlie Diamond Heads defeating the Blue re-ultln from fouls by the Interme
StrenkB hy 12 to 7 nnd the Alohas do-' dUtis.
lug up the Intermedlutes by 22 to 7 I Vur ,ho Intermediates Kvuns made
The flist game between the Blue m0il or thc Ba, throws from fouls
Streaks nnd the Diamond Heads was wll" Keoho made a goal from tho
verj fast, even a bit rough. (Jood pla- fl,,(1 Tl"' ,1,lnI KOtP "t00'1 "- ' 7 I"
lug was exhibited b both the teams. faor of t,u' Alohas. The line-up wa
the Diamond Heads especially showing "8 '"'':
up In such form that they murk them-1 Alohas. Intermediates,
selves as a coming team. Forwards.
For the Blue Streaks Keir made four J- ulu T. Kans
goals, on fouls and Bluckman one from A- 'l'ur U Hvanj
the field, while for thn Diamond Heads Center.
Clarke and Deshu led the scoring. Tho '' Oomcs M .Krohn
dual scoio stood 12 to G lu lavor of thu (luarcls.
Diamond Heads. The llnc-ui) of the - Matlclros C. Qlllllaiid
teams wa3 us follows:
Illuo Streaks. Diamond Heads
Ilellhion II. It. Clarke
l-utz Oeo. Desha
Kerr H. McCoirlston
Blarkmnn J. C. Clark"
- J-uoyio J. Marcelllno
The gamo between tho Alohas ami
Fi'iiator Achl tried to pour oil on
ihe troubled waters by suggesting
i hat the committee narrow down the
rules us much as possible. "Tho more
rides we have," said Mr. Achl, the
-n" ui- pnit of the- Centinl Committee
'" He the hands of the- precinct clubs,
t. Stewnit protested that there wns
such Intention and In- hoped tho
ruling suggested wnB not deep sent-
el There were- no general rules and
the committee wns only trying to lor-
miilntc some for the government of
PRECINCT CLUB BALLOTS.
Mr Coelho n;nln objected to bind
'"K "' precinct clubs to hnril nnd
f.'t mles nnd suggested this ns a rub-
htltute for Section 9:
"'rllt' ImllotH used at primary elec
""ni l,,ia" ,R" ""c'1 "" flX011 ,1C
,n'''K "r ""' I'reclnct clubs."
The original section reads: "The
I allots used at pilmary elections shnll
Ik uniform In color and size, nnd the
nne shnll he fixed by too precinct
c lub in each precinct."
The amendment of -Mr. Coulho car-
Sections 13. It and l.", relating to
ll,e l"nint or Judges or electlim
'" 1wr,a' lcs ,0' ,he ''einei I,"' for
outlined In the two preceding sections,
weie stricken out. various members of
the committee present stating that It
would not be to the best Intel cuts of
PRIMARY CLUB MEETINGS.
Se-ctlon IB. si tiling the date of the
l'rlmnr club meetings, was objected to
"lkt h Mr' U' ",ou ""ll l,u'" ''' ",licra'
U "" '"l ,0, " 'Ulw
a moHti, earlier In each lustunce so
nt ,H ,., I1S n(l()ptP(1. gnniIl ,
Hie. lfi. Kach preclmt club shall
meet bl-ennially nt 7 30 p in. on the
",st I'rleluy in June, or upon the call
of tl,p lll''trlct or eentrai lommlttee or
tl"-' fvccutlve tommlttee thereof, and
shall then make nominations for oin
cers of the club, and on the fouitb Frl
daj In June, they shall meet at the
same hour to elect olllcers for the en
suing two cars, nnd on the fourth Frl
tl.i) In Jul) they shall meet at the same
hour and make nominations for mem
bi rs of tho district committee- and dele
gates to the Territorial committee to
be voted for nt a pilnmiy to be held
on the first Saturday In August be
twee n the hours of 2 unci 8 o'clock p m
upon call of the Territorial Centinl
committee, or its executive rominlii,.,.
ENROLLMENT AT PRIMARIES.
, In taking up Section 17, relating to
, tlie enrollment nt the primary elections.
J- '' Cooke said he did not belleva
lro"mi'nt 8n01llll " allowed up to
! lhe "mo of "1C e,0BlnK of tno l,olla.
Xmcs nbBHccyrnnHnnmn.h0 i ',''', k
oU "Lst tv'n y" our ,o? IS
t ka Pa m m n P a a ta Pa r
the Intermediates began at 8: IS
o'clock. It was marked by u large
number of fouls. The Alohas played a
good passing game, McGurn leading
the scoring with a number of goals
trom the field. Olnf Oss also scored a
Koul from llle flcl(l w'"c Oomcs made
O. Oss D. Vocller
A meeting of the baseball league Is to
be held at the noon hour on Monday
nnd at that time ihe correspondence
that has been going on between the Mc-
Klnic-y Memorial Fund committee, the
Oahu Cnllego authorities and tho
league, respecting tho usenf tho Puna-
nou campus win bo discussed and oth-
, er mn"crB uffectlng the season's games
will be nttended to.
1 KiTto efti irtain niUitilillii
to the day on which the primary elec
tion Is to be held. This wns the Aw
nlwn way of doing things nnd 11
Hhould be adopted.
Mr. Andrews contended that the rule
threw tho door open to everybody so
that a Home Huler, n Democrat or any
one could become a member of the pre
cliut clubs. There wns absolutely
nothing said about a member of any
preclmt club belonging to the He-
publican party There wns absolutely
no restriction There was nothing to
Mop outsiders from coming In nnd
tubing possession. The rolls should bo
allowed (o stand us they are- now nnd
then open up n roll before the election,
ascertaining at that time whether the
tigners are Itcpublltans or not
Senator Achl snld he was out for
dean polities nnd wanted to be voted
for nnd elected, or otherwise, by lie-
publicans, not by Democrats. Home
Killers or what not. Men voting nt
Republican primaries should have dc -
clarcd themselves Ilepubllcans. "Wo
oiight to protect ourselves and the onlj !
way we can do this Is by selecting our J
own men nnd voting for them," said
Mr. Achl. !
I'mll Ne hero took possession of
the floor, dcclirlns that tho principal
thing In the primaries was to win, no
t -otter how. It wns wrong to restrict K,Vt" or slx hundred people throng
tloso who might wish to to In a L't' ,ho Aala warehouse on King street
plimnry election. Such wns the poll-1 ,nst nlBlu lo H nn entertainment
tics of Cnlircirnla. There wns no nec.w,lltn PHect to be an event of In-ef-Kily
of n mnn being on the roll In ' l''n" excltumi-nt from start to finish,
ciide-r to vote nt n primary election. Tlle 'UK-of-wnr tournament com-
TOWSE AND THE PRE8S. irMnccd la the spacious building short-
Mr. Towse snld that hy Insisting on , ' a,u'r ociock, began in n manner
the closing or primary enrollment a vlllcn "PC"K8 ll lor coming events
wi-ek betoie the, election, the Itcpilb- "ngcd for this competition.
Hum party would be driving probablo Moat of thoso Present we-ro men. ai
mers away It would go further. t , " 0UEh a few ladles were to bsecn
would strengthen the Hawallnns on 'cnttcred here nnd there, and tho lat
Ihc opinion that there was a studied I ,cr ""neel to enjoy the spectncle of
ntlemupt to rest tic t them. j "'Jllscle against musclo andwelsht
Just here. .Mr. Towse referred to apnlh"' weight as well as the men.
tin- conlioversy or the newspapers. I Num-'''"us val nccommodnted a por
Eo fur. nothing had been brought ,l!on of ,'1" ,nr,'c trottd-whlk' ,hl" rc8t
fuith ns n solution to tho situation, I remained Btnndlng throughout the e-r-although
much bitter sentiment had '"lnB- '"'Iced, at the moments or high
pessed back nnd forth. Thn Bpenkcr c'' cxellement tho whole- gathering
then went on to say that hy adopting i howi-il n strong Inclination to sland
measures (o close the- club lolls a day1" OT,icr t0 Kct n ''ctter vlow of the
ii.- n week before the election somo ''l,l nmrk on t,,u roP whltn to,a
voters who might Intend to vote Ihe wl,lch wtt' tl,u ,lll of ba,lI' surged.
, i Music and Excitement.
(Continued on pa go O
LvRe flattering of Flower of Local
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Portuguese Colony Meets tO
Enjoy Speeches and
The ninth anniversary of the Couil
Cuinoes, No. 3110, wns celebrated In
l-ieiil Ktvle Inst nli-ht In Ihe S.in All-
tonln Hull on Vlnejaid street. The!n"Pec" of ,n" Honolulu Athlello
liower of tho Portuguese colony was
well icprcbcnted and the hall wa
crowded bj u merry gathering.
The festivities were begun with liter
ary exercises. J. 1". Kcltardt made an
nddicss of welcome and Introduced M
A. Sllvu whu made a speech ill Port it
guese which wus well renlr-fl. M. i:
Pachcco, of the llulletln Job Depart
ment, who has been appointed to rep
resent the- local Court Camoc.1 at the
High Couit Convention which meet? one between tho Pacific Hard ware
In Sau Frfunclsco next mouth, wns in- lccmpuny nnd the PortuguoT nnd tho
troduc.d next and made an eloquent ()lIlcr i)etpen tho Kanl Ke Aus and
nuuress in wnicn ue in detail poiutccl
out tho adtantnges and the benetlts
drilvcd from tho Ancient Ordor of
l-oicsters of which the Court Cnxoey
Is n sub-orgnnlatlon. He said In part:
"The Ancient Order of Foresters was
founded In Hnglund in the year 1715
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I 0ne Man Do'd3 On With HlS Tceth
Great Excitement at Aala Warehouse-Athletic
Tho brass band of the Honolulu
Athletic Club was In attendance, bo
ins mounted nn a platform to one side
or the specially constructed platform
where thn different teams pulled
ni,nlnRl each other. This was the first
time the Athletic band bus played In
' public. Its notes were strenuous and
I filled the building. Its tunes were in
spiring and cheered tho victor nnd
made the vanquished hope for bettor
i luck next time. Mingled with tho
I ?'"r"nlB? ;!'" f 'I'0, M- th
i bend and tho shouted encouragement
i or tho captains of the teams bid fnlr
'i raise the metal roofing at times.
Incitement wns Intense. It Is doubt
I ui if any entertainment has aroused
such enthusiasm In Honolulu for a
long tlmo past.
This tournament will Inst through
n month nnd Is being hc-13 under tho
Club, the proceeds to he used to put
the organization on a firm financial
bnsls. Seven teams have entered tho
contest nnd it has been nrrnnged so
t.nat during the month each team will
illt against each of the other tennis.
'Ihe first prize Is J206 nnd the second
Two Contest Last Night.
There wero two contests Inst night.
The former ni the first to be an
nounced. As the respective teams
mounted the platform their sjmpa
thlzcrs yelled encouragement. Slow
ly nnd surely they 190k their positions,
(Continued on pago 8.)
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