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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLTTLTJ. H. T., SATURDAY, MAY IT. 1908
He welsha 355 Ibi. ami rides a
Cleveland. We hae them for riders
of any weight.
ou will find the Clevclnnd n first
claEs wheel In every respect and sells
for little money. .
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd;
NEW BUIUDINQ, COR. FORT A.IND KINO ST.
lolani College Boys
Gift to Bishop Willis
Formei Chinese miidentB uf lulanl
Collect went In a nody to the home of
m.hon Willis last evening to bid lure-
well to him and Mrs Willis pre-1
petitory to their d1arture Illsliop
Wlnis was presented wltn a Alio gold
mu nnd chuln together with a testn
nintary letter In scroll design. Tito
presentation was made by a commit
tee conilMliig of Chung K. Al. l.au
IhnK. Tong Phong. Wong Charles Ail
Pooh and Yap See Woung. Tho young
men were received in tho drawing
room and Mr. Ah Took, as spokesman,
stepped forward and said:
My Lord: In view of your early de
parture from this Territory, anct owing
to the fnct that ou have been our In
structor and guide Tn Ijy-gone days,
we. jour Chinese Bludenls. have as
sembled here tills evening to say a
few words of farewell to you and Mrs.
Willis. On this significant occasion, it
may not be inappropriate to remind
you of some of jour accomplishments
during your sojourn hero. Hut it is
not within my province to eulogize up
on the great good you have done to the
Hawaiian people and the Anglican
I'huiili In Hawaii fr pral of jour
m ellent woiK for the extension of
tin Kingdom of (lou among the I'M
ui'se lesldenl within the limits of tills
Islnnd Tenitor. Mj mission this eve
ning rather Is to testily In behalf of
Chinese who have been oilr students
at lolani. to the valuable services m
have lendered in Tinvlng given us the
advnntnges uf nn education.
Your Lordship will perhaps lecnll
that as early as lb'fc Chinese youths
were found nttciidlng school at lolani
under our superintendence, and dur
ing the uunrter of a century that iias
passed Chinese students have been
Identified wltlT lolani, nnd many of
them hnvo become respected citizens
of this community. I wish to remind
your Lordship partlculaily of your
Kindness and generosity to those boys
whose parents were foo poor to pay lor
their schooling. The condition of these
ame boys today testify more than can
be oNprensed in words how much cred
it Is duo jour Lordship.
Now. If anyone were to ask what nre
the results of Dlshop Willis education
al labors, as far as the CTilneso nrc
concerned, 1 would point him to the
vnrlous Chinese that have mado a
mark In tho wot Id; to Dr. Sun, the
morning stnr of Chinese reformation,
who has stirred the hearts of thou
sands trt the realization of China's
need"; to Mr. Chung K. Al, a most en
terprising business man, a man noted
for his sound nnd practical business
policy, to the Itev. Kong in Tet, tne
pnStor of a flourishing Chinese congre
gation, to Mr. A. 1. Ahlo, who has done
credit to himself and the Ciilnesc com
munity here, at n great university of
England; to nil those who have become
successful merchants; nnu to those
who are enrnlng nn honest nnd re
spectable living within the limits of
this Territory nnd elsewhere. All these
achievements could be brought nbout
only by education, nnd where would
we be had It nofbeen for your Lord
ship's fostering care In making It pos
sible for us to find words adequate to
express our sense of obligation.
Hut. my Lord, your Chinese students
Ldo herewith present you this cross nnd
with It Is this letter, ns n small token
of our gratitude, nnd desire your nc-
ceptnnce of the same. Your Lordship
wilt notice that this cross contnlns em
blems of St. Andrew and St. I'eter, re
minders of your episcopal administra
tion in thesn fnlr Islnnds of the sen.
Your Lordship will also notice that
there Is n Chinese classical quotation
Inscribed on the cross, dating back to
the beginning of the Christian er.i. al
most two thousand vcais old. the
tianslatlon of which Is "May our reclp
topal leniemhrniice bo everlasting.' In
picsenllng this testimonial, we assure
vol' that as n patient tenclTer, n wise
counsellor, n most kind Instructor, nnd
a friend you will ever be rememlived
bv. vour Chinese students with feel
ings of the highest regard and esteem.
, Tinning to Mrs. Willis, the spokes
man handed her a beautiful Ivory Vihlt
lug card case, saying:
I Mrs. Willis: It becomes my pleas
'art duty ntso In behalf of tho lolniil
Chinese students, to remind you Unit
we are not ofrgctful that you are lis
'l.c-.dshlp's co-laborer, his help-meet in
' deed. In our school clays you liv
nnu United abundantly townrds m.'ik-
Inm life pleasant for us, nnd In recogni
tion of which wc herewith present nu
Ihla -vory cnid case, as n small token
rf our gratitude, nnd desire your no
! teptnnce of tho same.
Wherever your future lot may be
I cast. My Lord and Mrs. Willis, jou
have our aloha and best wishes.
Ann now, fellow countrymen, let us
(rem this day forth take Increased do-
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HONOLULU GROWS FAST 1
SUNDAY BULLETIN WQ
GROWS - FASTER
It's circulation increases every week and it is read more than any other Island News- 0
2 paper The following stories and articles will appear in to-morrow's issue of the
1 SUNDAY 1
The Shirt Waist Girl's Assortment for New Season
Santos-Dumont Has Many American Rivals
Sailor Slides Down 1500 Feet of Rope
Big Society Divorce Illustrated
Tea an Antidote to Drunkenness
End of the Old Vermont
The Backslider f
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Shy Little Quaker, She
Woman's Pnrsuit of Man
Why Mrs, Jones Came Home
Rolling Stones of Different States
Small Farmer's Chances in Puerto Rico
Science Threatens the Hard-working Hen
Seven Hundred Killed Annually by Lightning
Belgian Monarchy May be Overthrown lllust
Love Found the Way with Help of a Strong Breeze
Black Walnut Too Valuable for Fence Rails
Lord Kelvin in America Illustrated
M, le Vlcomte Jay de Castellane
Plans of the Coffee Combine
Weather Bureau Forecasts
Banana Rivals Wheat
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Watch Baked in Mince Pie
Boers Get Cheap Land In Madagascar
How Pointer Dogs Inherit Their Color
Fiendish Water Cure Practised on Filipinos
Kitchener may be at Coronation Illustrated
Quarrel in the Penguin Family, and Other Special
Features for the Children
Weather Bureau, Punahou, May 17.
Temperature Morning minimum,
72, Midday maximum, 81 .
llnrometer at 9 a, m. 30.10. Steady.
Dew Point 67F.
Humidity at 9 n. m. 74 per cent
Diamond Head Signal Station, May
17. Weather hazy; wind light NL.
Saturday, May 17
Am. schr. Rosamond, Johnson, 21
davs from San Kranclsco, at 7 a. m.,
off port last night.
Am. schr. W. II. Marston. Curtis, 21
days from San Frunilco. nt 8 a. m.
Str. lwnlanl, Gregory, from Kolon,
with 41100 bugs of Btignr.
I'nlted States third-class cruiser Ma
nila, Halsey, from Manila nnd Gunm,
at 11 a. m.; at Navy wharf No. 1.
Str. Klnau, Krecman, from llllo and
way ports; sighted 13 miles east at
12.30 p. m., .will dock about 2 p. m. '
ts s: :: :: :: :: a tt n u i
votlou to utilize the knowledge Ini
paitcd to us by his Lordship, and
Ftrlve to Keep pace with the great on
ward marfh of civilization. Our the
ater of action may be small, out lor
spectators we have the world.
Accompanying the gift fo lllihop
Wutis was the follow Ing engrossed let
ter signed by the Chinese students:
"lit. Itev. Alfred Willis, D. IX
".My Lord: We, tho Chinese alumni
of lolani College, recognizing the val
uable "ervlci's rendered by your l.uiil-
shlp to us during jour incumbency ns
principal of said institution, and not
unmindful of jour excellent work lor
the extension of the Kingdom of Cod
among the Chinese resident within the
limits of the Hawaiian Islands, do
herewith present your Loiushlp thu
cioss. a small token of our appreclition
of and our gratitude for your services
"In presenting this testimonial wo
assure you that as a patient ttacner. n
wIch counsellor and most excellent In
structor, and a friend, ou xvfll ever be
remembered by your Chinese students
with feelings of the highest regard and
On Thursday night. Bishop Willis
was presented wits nn address flora
the Cnthcdrnl congregation, engrossed
and Illuminated. The address Is 03
"To. the lit. Rev. Alfred T?lllls, D. D.,
Dlshop of Honolulu.
"My Lord: The undersigned, repre
sentatives of the Cathedral Church of
St. Andrew's, Honolulu, and of St. fv'
ter's Chinese Chapel, desire to pre
sent you with this token of respect and
gratitude at the close of a long Epis
copate. It is an utterly Inadequate ex
pression o? the feelings they entertain
toward your Lordship, but they bavo
In accordance with your own wish ded
icated their energies rather to tne
preparation of the Cathedral for con
iteration than to the presentation or
any more costly gift to yourself. Nev
ertheless they cop'e that you will not
decline to accept this token of their
deep affection and respect.
"That the blessing of God may lest
upon your LordslTlp niTu Mrs, Willis
wherever your future lot may be cast
will ever be the prayer of your uutuble
and respectful servants.
"Vincent H. Kltcat. Parish Priest;,
Henry Smith, Church vVarden; t-.d-mund
Stiles. Church "Warden; Kong
Yin Tet. Priest, Chang Kim, Church
Warden; Yap See Young, Cuurch War
den. Solomon Meheula. V. J Testa,
W. & M Ltd. W. & M Ltd. W. & M Ltd,
A word or two about some
that have just arrived.
These nre Anicrlenn mode curtains copied
nftcr patterns from the famous looms of
Nottingham. We were astonished greatly at
the values. Those of you with curtain wants
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J If you are a woman with thoughts of home
decorating, ask to be shown any, or all, of the
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following numbers I
WHITNEY & MARSH, LTD.
For Want Column Ste Page Six
FIRST-CI-A gu.K for ironing board,
also miu f'ir general work. At
I French Liiindr), cor Punchbowl
I and Alupju St., 2150-2t
FOR RENT I lr- pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a w -hU up. board and
room, $000 Enquire Mrs. May, 220
Lllllm Sit u-Jir S liooi St. Uapld
i Traniut ir- niss the door 2130-tf
ELK noun's Hn oii seen them at
393 HfP'Mmi" l,r sale at n bar
NEW - TO-DAY
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
A spi'ci il mo-iniu of the Hawaiian
Jockey Olub will be held at the Hawaii
an Hotel mi Mouday evening. May 19,
1902, at 7 .VI p m Buslnesn or lm-Iiortano-
C. L. CRABDn.
NOTICIi Of CHA.NGE IN CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The undrhignvd hereby gives no
tice that Ch.iunA Ciot Chong has with
drawn from tu i.ald firm and has
transferred hi iuteiest therein to
Chou Biuu. vh) becomes n new part
MAN ('NO WAI CO.,
2130-2t by LAU TUN.
More Court Martials
Washington, Mny 1. Dy direction of
the President, another court-martial
was ordered today to meet In Samar to
try officers guilty of practicing ntroc
Itles upon the natives of the Philip
pine Islands. Tills order Is specifically
for the tilal of Major tdwln V. Ulenu.
Fifth Infantry, and such other per
sons as may be biought before It. Thn
other person, will be all those who as
a result of the Investigation which Ma
jor General Chaffee Is now engaged in
making may be charged with belns
guilty of cruelty toward Filipinos.
Major Olcnn Is one of the officers
charged with ordt-rlng that tho water
cure be administered to the preslden
te of the town or Igbarras, Hollo prov
ince, Island of Panny. The oruer wai
carried out. It was conducted by
Lieutenant Arthur L. Conger, Eelght
ccnth Infantry, assisted by Captain
and Assistant Surgeon Palmer Lyon.
The orders for the trial of Lieutenant
Conger and Captain Lyon have not
been Issued because the department la
waiting for additional evidence which
Js promised by the Senate Philippine!
Collego Willi between Heietanla aim
Vinejanl treer. wll be closed to Unf
ile on .iiid iftei Muuday. May 19th,
Uy ordi'r f".;-r!ntendent Public
Works. ' C li. "UWIGHT,
2i50-3t Road Supervisor.
- Frills of Fashion
. Saturday's Baseball Games
1 Wedding of Miss Alice McCully
2 Young Ladies Walk to Waialua
l , , Scientists on Earthquakes and Volcanoes
I ' Engagement of Miss Claire T, Washington to Tom Bates
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PIM1SIOENTI AL APPOINTMENTS
Washington. Mav 9. The Pr.ci,int
today tint to tho Senate thu nomina
tion of Eugene F. Ware of Kansas to
be Commissioner of Pensions.
The President also sent tho following
nominations to the Senate: Montgom
ery Schuyler 'Jr., New York, second
secretary of the Bmbussy nt St. Peters
burg. Army Major J. W. Pullman, ijuar
termubter. to be deputy qiuitermustcr
general. with rank of Lieutenqnt Col
onel; Captain Carrol A. Devo, quar
termaster, to be quartermaster with
rank of mnjor.
'The Senate has confirmed the nomi
nation of H. Clay Kviins to he Consul
(icncrnl ut London,
Tho Senate also confirmed tho nomi
nation of Frank P. Sargent of Illinois
to lio Commissioner Ucnernl of Itnml-giatlon.
Vnhhln.rtmi Mnv ft. Rennlnr Me.
Laurln vvn.s a notable figure In a tlerco
luelee In the Raleigh -Hotel here to
night. With A A Gates, proprietor of
the Madison Hoti.io at Gieenvlllc. S. C.
and Loomih ULivlock. a m-nmincnt i nl-
ltlcian of South C'aiiilina, Mcl.aurln
strolled through the biluet appaiently
on good terms with his companions.
Then, quick as a flash, with a suxrl
evidently, aroused by a remark Just
passed, (Uten stiippcM oft his coat.
flung It to the floor and rushed nt Mc
Laurln. Thei clinched. Mel.nurin
was forced liai k bj the superior weight
of his assailant but be resisted game
ly. They swiyed around In a circle for
a moment, Giteb enneavorlng to s'rll.o
Mcl.aurln Then they parted.
Illaylotk graspe,! Gates iiy the aims
and pudhed bitu back'. The mnnncor
of the hotol opped McLaurln, who,
thoroughly aroused, was advancing to
ward his adversary Each was evl.
dently willing to try the issue again.
.Mcl.aurln took tne hint of the manager
and lelt the building.
Dlaylock forced Gates back Into the
Buffet. "Let me go. exclaimed Gales.
"1 can eat two Illje him.'1 niajlock
coimed him a few minutes later. Gates
took the train foi the South. Ho snld
tho trouble date, fiack about a yecr,
bin or Its nature he declined to sposk.
McLaurln cuuld n?r be found. Dlny.
lock declined to talk.
District Attorney R. w. Hreckons, In
speaking of the Quarantine Island com
promise, htited that the Improvements
contemplated liy the Mailuo Hospital
Service meant a great deal to Honolu
lu. For one tluug, if sickness devel
oped on board an urmy transport one
or two dayi out of San Francisco,
with gone! quarantine accommodation
at Honolulu, Instead of putting back to
San Finnclsui thu ship would continue
on her voyage Hei stay at Honolulu
for n week or ten days meant the ex
penditure of a ,)d deal of money here.
THE GREAT DRAMATIC
Honolulu Season of the Emin
ent Actor Mr.
and his distinguished organiza
tion, who wilt present tho fol
Saturday MAY 17 Night
Tuesday MAY 20 Night
Wednesday MAY 21 Night.
Prnnnmi for oilier twilormincex l
he ilul announced Curtain, nights at
8pm sharp Carriages ma) be urileml
1 Complete Scenic Vrotluctlous, armour,
. cmtumei, etc.. sjxrclalty brought lor each
t tla) Alto Mr VVarde'i original support
. Ins rompatn. Including Messrs Cltartes
j I). Ilermau, Uarr Johnstone, lurry C,
1 IKmp. Mkui Atitlnnrttp A4I1I011. Virtrtnlj
I, Drew Trescott, Ma Warde. Alleeti Ber
yh telle, aif 15 f4her
l SCAI-H OK PRICKS Knthe loer
V fltjor, Ji.so. Famll Circle, eveept (rmit
! row S1.00 I.one, Jtooo Hoe fijoo
L Regular tale of tickets itnw oen at WaII,
Vi NMcholsCo NoSeauheM atter isn'ilock
h, of the da) of the perfornuiKet unless paid
V lorbj tliattime
65 Queen St.
New York Day liy Day
O-pheura Popular Prices 25c, 50c, 75c
SPECIAL BATES FOR
A FAMILY RE80RT.
Cottages and pleasant
rooms, American and Eu
ropean Plan. Excellent
Cuisine and Service. Spe
cial weekly or monthly,
Best of Surf Dathlng and
Canoeing all tho year
round. Hot and Cold Wa
ter Hatha,' Bouffet, Liv
ery, Klectilc Lights.
L. II. DUE, Proprietor,
Illne up Phone lied 71,
ON MONDAY, MAY 19th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
On tho premises, Orphcum block, Fort
street, I 'will soil at Public Auction thu
restaurant known as the Dlmo Lunch.
Tho placo in Knowing a good profit.
Here Ib n chance to mnko a nice In
como on a small Investment.
Jas. F. Morgan,
05 QUEEN STREET.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I
will sell at Public Auction a number of
New Steel Safes.
JAS. P. MORGAN.
ON TUESDAY, MAY 20th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
At my salesroom, Z Queen street, t
will sell at Public Auction a very largo
quantity of the following goods:
lallor Goods, Cottonadea, Prints,
Dress Goods, Flannelettes, Drills,
Drown Cottons, Dlannets, Sliocg.
Felt nnd Straw Hate, Valises,
Rugs, Etc, Etc
These arc all new goods.
FOR SALE ! !
HERE ARE BARGAIN'S .
r-inST I otfor at Private Sato,
promises on Dcrctanta street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustnce Esq.; 130
Uct on Dorctanla street, 171 feet
deep; price, $9000; one-half cnsTi, bal
ance on mprtgago 7 1-2 per cent.
SECOND Promises" 259 Kinau St.,
nt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
t'roperty has n frontago on Klnau SC. '
tf 115 feet and a depth of 112 feet.
Dwelling comprises three I3qdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, Oath,
largo Carrlago Itouee. Price $4500.
Terms, one-halt cash; balance on
n ortgago at 7 1-2 por cent not. Tho lot
has a right of way entrance to Dere
THIRD Premises on Klnau St. a
joining lot 2. Frontnge on Klnau St.
106 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$1000. One-halt cash, balance on
n'ortgage at 7 1-2 per cont net. Has
right of way to neretanla St.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN,