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kvcwikgi bulletin. Honolulu, h t Saturday, junk si. 1502.
Are ou prepared for tho sport? Wo
have madu ready to supply your needs
by importing thousands of the beat
cartridges and an elegant stork ol
PARKER and L. C. 8MITH 8HOT
CUN8, for which guns wo ore sols
We hare cheaper guna than those
also, the prices ranging from $7jOO to
$150. If you don't want to buy a gun
we have them for rent, as well.
E. O. Hall
CLOSING EXERCISES OF
CALL FORTH BIG CROWDS
Yesterday was un Important urn to
tlio imnger element of the communl
ty. m.irking an It did the end r the
school year and the beginning ol the
summer vacation, to whleh both
teachers and chlldien hae been look
lng forward Tor a long time.
In prncliuill nil the schools, Ids
lug exercises were held and In man)
iases the festive aspect of the occa
sion was added to by a visit b (lci
ernor Dole and his part which con
Jsted of the following Attorney
(lenernl Dole Supt riniendeiit of I'uli
llco Woiks llojd, Superlntfiideiit of
Public Inatruitlon Atkinson, Assistant
Secretary Hose Davison Seeretniy
Ilodgers of the Department of IMncn
tion. Inspector llurkett, A II Wood
l'rof. Alexander, Mrs. 13. W. Jordan
nnd Mr? W W Hall.
The schools Msltcd were l'auon,
Hoyal, Kankopua, High, Kalulanl, Aaa
la, I'ohukalna and Knnhumamt
At Girls' School.
At the Knmehameha Cllrls' School
the Class Da) exercises, on account of
the smallness of the graduating clnss, I
luuit iiiu turiu ui u re-evuiiuu muru
was only one graduate from the school .
this jear. a Miss Aw ana and the en
tertalnment was practically In her
ho" r. The feature of the evening.
a presentation of Hiawatha. j
i scene was laid out on the lawn
very picturesque effect was pro-
by the costumes worn by tho
Hawaiian ladles who took pait.
.no principal ports were taken by
Miss Uihapa Kelelnakulu, whoso
stately beauty carried much effect as
Hiawatha, and by STlns Mary Thomas
as Minnehaha. The singing and the
beautiful grounds, which were prettily
lighted with Incandescent lights, lent
a picturesque air to the entertainment,
making It very effective.
The program was as follows:
'O Lovely Night" AM
"Listen to this Indian Legend,
Tn this Song or Hiawatha."
"All Uo tribes beheld the signal.
The Pukwana of tho Peace-Pipe "
' Thus the Kour Winds were divided."
"Hiawatha, Child of Wonder."
"See the Sun In Splendor Itlslng" . .
"Forth Into the forest straightway.
All alone walked Hiawatha
Proudly, with hU bow and nrrows."
' Tho Song of Minnehaha"
'As unto the bow tho cord is.
So unto the man Is woman."
' Give mo as my wife this maiden."
"Thus It was they Journeyed home
ward." "Aloha Walo"
"Sumptuous was the feast Nokomls
Msdo at Hiawatha's wedding"
"O Wert Thou In tho Cauld Blast". .
"Tbeso are ghosts tnat come to haunt
"Into Hlawatna's wigwam
Came two other guests
As silent as the ghosts were." ""
"Farewell, O Minnehaha!
Farewell, O Laughln Water"'
K. O. S Call.
With the Small Boys.
''At tho Kamehameha Preparator
School, tho closing oxerclses were held
at 2:30 o clock In the afternoon The
graduating class consisted of John Pa
hi a, Edward Campbell, John Rice
Smith. David Kelliokamoku, William
Naole and William Kalu
The program was as follows:
Chorus Kamehameha Song
Prayer Mr. II. K. I'oepoe
Industrial Work William Kacolo
Our Mountains ....'. John Puhla
What I Know About Trees
John Itlce Smith
A Oreat Artist.... David Kehlokamoku
Tennyson William Kalu
Music Sweet and Low.
Our Pleasures Edward Campbell
Class Song and Yell.
(HIADUATINO CLASS OF 1902.
John Rice Smith
At tho Kaahumauu School tho exer
cises were of a pleasing and orlglnil
character. They wcro held In tho
school's large assembly hall, ono end
of which was furnished with a stage,
fitted with a curtain and other median
& Son, Ltd.,
O King Btn.
leal nictsslons b the Iiojh of th"
siliool Tiic girls had furnished the
hall wlili decorations, which should
ei client taste.
The costumes used In the excribei
were also nilile bv the girls who, b
tlxwte ilemonsttatcd that the) had ab
sorbed pinitlial ns well as book
knowledge On the stage, a lar,-?o
palming of Queen Knahumanu ilrao-
cd with Hawaiian Pigs, occupied ii
piomlueut place This painting is tin
ork of Mrh Kclley nnd Is an exct I
lent sample or that lad s talent.
The graduates of the school, Mars
Ajlctt Kntlicrine Alett .mil llenrv
Alett. wcjie furnished with ccrtlll
catcs or chaiacter and scholaishiii
and recommending them ror tho pur
suits which tlie Intend to Tike up up
on Icuvlng the school.
This Is n new feature with these
schools and promises to become a val
uable Innovation. Tho presentation
or these certificates wns accompanied
UJ n short address bs Miss Felkcr. th?
principal. Governor Dole nlso made
a short nddrcss to tho pupils, ndmon-
isning them to enjoy their vacatloi,,
ond leave their books alone during
Tho program for the exercises was
as follow 8;
Piano Soto, The Bohemian Olrl
Recitations . .... Room 2
Song. The Postman Room 3
Wnnd Drill .. Rooms 11 and 12
Hawaiian Song Mary
Aylett, Angellne Jonah, Sarah Apr)
Song Hoom 10
Recitation . . Room r
Song. The Last Hope Rooms 11, 12
Dialogue, The Baker Room 10
Piano Solo, Mountain Stream
Recitations . Room 1
Song, Hymn to the Night
Rooms 11, 12
Recitation Otto Carlson
Recitation Room 10
Song. Babes In the Woods... Room 6
Dialogue, A Revolution In Sugar
Candla Room 3
Closing Song Rooms 11, 12
At Kalulanl School.
At the Kalulanl School, the exor
cises began at 10 a m. Owing to tun
fact that the assembly hall was loo
small to accommodate both the pupils
and their parents who assembled 'n
large numbers, tho exerc Ises were held
Tn the open, makal of the school build
ing. Choirs anu benches were placed
In the chade of tho building for th
audience while the children were seit
eil In a lanai constructed by the bov
or tho Reform School. While tho ox
eieises were In progress, flov ernor
Dole nnd party arrived
Tho program fo the exorcises.
I which were or a very Interesting or
dcr, was ns follows
Opening Song, Our Father School
I Drill, Little Cooks . Rooms 3 and fi
Lullaby nooms 1 and 2
Wand Drill Room 12
Song. Happy Boys Aro We... Room a
Drill, Flower Bells
Rooms C, 7, 8, 10. 11
Club Drill Room 10
Song, My Old Kentucky Rooms 11, 13
bong. .ic Lord Is My Shepherd ...
I Rooms 11, 12
Flag Drill nooms 4, 3
! Song, Like no a Like . . . Rooms 7, 8
i May Pole. Hawan Ponol. America.
At Normal School.
At the Normal School, the closlug
exerclBes were held on Thursday even
ing. They wcro rollowed by a recep
tlon. In tho course or which refresh
ments were Berved nnd dancing In
dulgecl In, Tho program was ob fol
Duet, "Let the Band Play"
.Miss Susie Frock, Miss Mlnno Schmidt
I Quartet, "Kalakaua's Serenade" . , ,,
'.Miss Hose Alolau, Miss Ellen Hopkins,
Miss Mary loshlokn, Mr. John
Piano ,Solo, "8chubert's Serenade". .
Miss Mlnnio Schmidt.
MIbs Rose Alolau.
Recitation, "The Curfew Shall Not
Miss Janet Hastlo.
Stringed instruments, "Mahlna Main
Dojs of tho C Class.
Duet, "Oypsy Danco"
Miss Chtng Kau, Miss Minnie Schmidt
I Miss Rose Alolau, Miss Ellen Hopkins,
Miss Mary Yoshloka, Mr. John
New arrhals by the S S, Slr
ra Sample pages on applica
tion. At prices that only we can
TEMPLE EDITION OF
TEMPLE EDITION OF
TEMPLE EDITION OF
beautiful odltlons of works of
Hugo, Ellott, Scott, Thackeray,
Byron, Gautler, Tlssot,
Edmund Ourke, Irving, Ruskln,
Dumas, Theo. Roosevslt
And books on Natural History
an3 Ping Pong.
Wm. C. Lyon,
200 201 JUDI) UU1LDLNO
Recitation, "Onl a Soldier" .
Miss Agues Cnrioll
I'inno Solo, "Vnlso
Miss Susie Frerk
Miss Rose Alolau, Miss Kllen Hopkins,
Miss Mnry Yoshlokn, Mr. Join
Miss Iwnlanl Davtou
Piano Solo, "The Parl' Bhutto
Miss Ching Kau
Tlo, "Galop '
Miss Susie Trick Miss Minnie
Schmidt. Miss Chlng Kau
Quartet, "Akahl Htil" ...
.Miss Rose Alolau Miss Ellen Hopkins
v Miss Mniy Yoshlnkn, Ml John
High School Commencement.
The High School's commencement
exercises were, held lu Piogicsa Hall
lit S o clock last night The huge iia'l
was well filled witn piopli and quite
u festive air was lent to the occasion
b) the piesenee of a, large chorus it
girls from the school, who diesscd In
white occupied the front of tho hall
near the stage On the stage Itself
were seated Oovernoi Dole, Professor
M M Scott, Canon Mackintosh and
Rev W M Klncnld Next to these
were seated the graduating clnss, con-
rlstlng of Miss Mario Blanche Mullen. I
Miss Abble Matlon Dow, Alfred Djkes
Cooper, Clarence Jennings Peterson.;
James Derwcnt Kennedy and Kongo
Kawasaki. Miss Margaret Cooka and
Tho exercises began with a pravcr
offered by Tlcv. Canon Mackintosh.
This was rollowed by musical sclec-
tlons. whereupon the valedlctnrlnn.
Miss Mario Blanche Mullen, delivered
a clever addreBS. ,
Atler more music. Rev. W. M. Kin-
cold delivered n lengthy nQdrcss In
which he encouraged the graduates to
pursue the hr&h Ideals of lite and be-
ware or cheap cynicism. The dlplo-
mas were presented by Governor Dole. '
After the exercises were over, many
of the oung people remained In tbo
hall and Indulged In an InTormal
The program for the exercises was
1 Chorus, "Moonlight"
2 Piano Solo, "Sparkling Cascade"
..tangton Williams, Op 123
Miss Abble TJow.
3 Part Songs
n "Airs of Summer"... Rocckel
h "Lullaby" Barnbv
c "Bridal of Hardangcr" (Swe
dish Song)...Halfdan KJcrull
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Somc great Btorlcs and
vnluablo Information will be
prcHcntccl. - - Don't miss
reading the great story of
the day about
THE OPIUM CACHE
An Incident In which
SMUGGLER WIIALEY, ot
the YACHT HALCYON, and
two local amateurs figured
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Full moon on the 20th at 3:47 f. a.
Weather Bureau, Psnahon, Juus 31.
Temperatura Morning mlnimnta
ft; Midday maximum, 82.
Barometer at 8 a. m. 29 93. Steady.
Rainfall 0 00.
Dew Point MP.
Htiuidlty nt H a m 2 per cent.
Saturday, June 21.
Am hk Prussia, 29 das firom Port
Blnkcley. with lumber, at t.30 a m.
Am. bktn. Georglna, Brandt, 71 iU)i
from Newcastle with coal, at 9 a. in.
Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Hllo
nnd way ports, nt 12:30 p. m , with 207
sheep, 3 hogs, 49 bucks potatoes, 4'J
crates cabbage, 24 cords wood, 1 horse,
IIS packages sundries.
Saturday, June 21
Am bk. Oregon ror Puget sound in
ballast, at ! 3d a. m.
p. M. S S Cliinii, Frlele, ror San
Fruni Isco, ut noon.
Am. bk P.ictolus, Dart, ror Sail
Francisco with sugar.
4 Piano Duet
n 'Minuet" Schubcl
b 'Spanish Dances" MoszKowskl
Prlnio, Miss Annn Tucker
Secnndo .Miss Daisy Cooke
.... Miss Marie Blanche Mullen
C Vocal Sulci, ' The Rose ot Love".
Miss Emma Taylor. i
7 Address .Rev Win. Morris Klncnld
fc Piano Solo, "Vnlso Caprice' . . I
Miss Elsie Smith. I
!i Conferring of Diplomas
10 Chorus, .The Crusaders'.. Plnsu'i
Maemae School Exercises. j
At the Maemae School on Wvllle'
stieet an interesting nnd unique pro
gram was- presented to the hosts of
parents which gathered to enjoy tno
occasion The program, In part, was
Song. 'Obod Morning" Mlis
March Miss Carters class.
Song. "Red White and Blue" Miss
Jordan s class.
Recitation, "Welcome" By 6Cen
Song. "Upldee- Miss Oreen's class
Recltntloil, "Old Kfng Colo" Ocorge
Recitation. "Months or tho Year"
Songs, " cc Little Nest," "Dolly s
Wnshlng Day' Miss Carters class,
Recitation. "The Metals" Alexnn
der Lazarus, Joe Lachcrs, Philip Apl-
M. Ben Knhca.
Song, "The Seed" Miss Jordan's
Recitation. "Fruit" Six girls
Recitation and song. "Decoutlon
"The Raindrops" Liz
Albert V. Gear, President
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., LTD.
Capital Stock, $100,000.00
GENERAL INSURANCE, REAL ESATE
AND FINANCIAL AGENTS
Judd Building, Merchant Street Side.
KING EDWARD VII
Preparations in London tor the Great Historic
Event-Oriental Potentates Invade London The King a
Devout Worshipper At Thanksgiving Service-Presentation
of Sword of City of London-Costly Garments, etc,
Troubles of Peeresses in Keeping Coronets on Heads
King's Golden Rofe a Gorgeous Garment-Musical Ritual
of Coronation Service.
Valuable and Interesting Facts Concerning
the Importation ot Coffee From Brazil and Its
Competition with the
COFFEE GROWN ON HAWAII
ALL THE LATEST NEWS
The price is
15c a yard
the very latest Ideas In
patterns and colorings,
going this week at
Fur Want Column See Page Six
POSITION Want d by experienced I
nut so could tik- lialij from mouth,
Address Nurse, Bulletin office.
FOR RENT Twj tit. iIy furnished
riMinii private) hath , board Here
tnnlr St., G doort beyond Victoria,
SMALL cottig' to I -t furnished for
housekeeping i Alapal St. opp.
Elect. Power linn- 2179-1'v
I song. "Happy Bojs
Are We" Ml
Recitation, Tbo Pros' Five Rirl
Song, "Hawaii Child Am I Miss
Recitation. "The Farmer's Boy"
Recitation In costume. "The Nation
nlllles" The Arabian Katie Llbor
nlo; tho Chinese boy Ati Vet: the IU
klnio girl. Lucy Stevens; the Porto
Rlcnn hoy, John Meal: the Japaneiul
girl. Shlknno, thn African girl. Esther
Kahllahlla; tho Portuguese hoy. Jo--dan
Cavalhn, the Hawaiian boy. Kill
wello Knpana. the American girl
Songs, "Hawaii Ponol ' "America"
The schooner Sehomc Captain Peter
son, sails for Puget Sojnd In ballast to
morrow. She arrive I here trom nitrate
ports on the 10th ln.t with a cargo
consigned to the Hawaiian Fertlllzef
Company. The sihooner Kona, Cap
tain Dlnsmore ilso from nitrate ports
Is loading sugar at the railway wuarl
for San Fruncl3io
Emmstt May, Secretary.
HONOLULU, H. T.
Thursday, June 26, I902
In retelirnllnn nf "P.nlmNiTI'jN
DAY" there will bo held on THUR3-
DAY, the 26th Inst.:
At 9.13 a. m.. In St. Andrew's Cathc
dial, a Special Service, which will In
clude a part ot the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. there will be a GARDEN
PARTY nnd CRICKET MATCH on tho
grounds ot the OAHU COLLEGE, ot
which the Trustees have Kindly allow,
ed the use.
At 9 p. m there will be a SUBSCRIP
TION OALL at the MOANA HOTEL.
Tickets Tor the ball, price J2 each,
may he had of any of the members of
the Ball Committee, or at E. W. Jor
dan's, Fort Street.
Special Tramway Service for Evening
of Thursday, June 26th,
A special through car will leave tho
Hawaiian Tramways Co.'s Terminus
on Nttuanu avenue, at 8 o'clock p. m
Ordinary cars leaving there aro ten
and thirty minutes past each hour wilt
connect with King street cars at the
corner of King and Nuuanu streets.
A special return car will leave the
Moana Hotel every half hour from 12
midnight until 2 a. m. 'Tho 12 and 1
o'clock cars wMII go through to Nuu
anu avenuo and tho 12:3v, 1:30 and i
o'clock to town only.
Parties of 12 to 1G can obtain buises
tn and from trie Moana Hotel by ap
plying to the Hawaiian Tramways Co.
rare 25c each way.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES:
rinane Mr. W. M. GlfTard
Cathedral Service.... Mr. T. C. Oavles
Cricket Match, etc
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Ball Mr. D7W. Anderson
V. C. 8INGLEIIUR8T,
Honolulu Juno 16th, 1902.
For a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class Vaudeville
Clever Performances on the Hlflh Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a 8erls of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COGILL and MAIE ARLEA
In their highly amusing sketch,
"What Happened to Weary Willie."
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary.
THE WARSAW BR08.,
In their Musical Comndy Act, Play
ing 22 Different Instruments.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Oalancer of the
Box office open at 9 a. m.
A ! FIRST-CLASS .;. ATTRACTION.
NOT DAMAGED BY FIRE.
Wo wero not Injured by the flra In
the floor beneath our plant. Our busl.
ness In all departments continues
MnilCANilLi: PMNTl.Q CO. LTD,
Oeneral Printers and Hinders.
Tort and Queen Streets. 2178-2t
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 24th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
At the residence of MR. J. H. KAHTJ.
208 School street, next to tho bridge, t
will sell at Public Auction tho entire
household furniture, consisting ot
Bedroom sets, wardrobes,
Center tables, rockers, chalrB,
Square piano, sideboard, pictures,
Mirrors, curtains, rags, portieres,
Hanging lamps, wood Btovc,
Oil stove, meat safe, Ice box,
Ferns and plants and a few chick
Joe- F. Morgan,
Household Furniture '
ON THURSDAY, JUKE 26th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of Mrs, Agnes Mcln
tyre. Kcenumokii street, corner ot
Voting street. In tho resldcnco rorntor
ly occupied by Mr. J. A. Hasslnger, I
will sell nt Public Auction the cntlro
household effects, consisting ot somo
very flno furniture:
Upholstered parlor set.
Largo center rugs, pictures, largo
mirrors, lace cm tains, matting,
HandBomo Stelnwny smiaro piano,
Heavy oak (lining chairs.
Handsome heavy oak sideboard,
Oak china cabinet, cutlery.
Handsome black walnut bedroom
sets, black walnut writing desk.
Rook case, office desk, book rack,
Sofa, rockers Hnd chnlrs,
Hnlr mattresses, wardrobes,
Towel racks, skin rugs.
Hall carpet, letter press, Ico box,
Meat safe, filter, kitchen utensils,
Jewel stove, water boiler and
Ferns and palms.
JAS. F. MORGAN.
ON SATURDAY, JUNE 28111
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my salesroom, 65 Queen Btrect, 1
will sell at Public Auction, by order of
Mr. Daniel I-ogan, Trustco for tho Aus
tin Publishing Co , Ltd., a bankrupt,
tho entire plant of tho Austin Publish
ing Co. The stock consists or paper,
a very large and splendid stock of Job
type; sunlclcnt body tpo for two
lnrgo weekly newspapers, nlso a largo
stock of artistic and up to date type,
some of which has hardly seen Ink.
Also all the presses, tools. Instru
ments, shafting, pulleys, belting, office
desks, etc., etc.
Tlio sale will also carry with it tho
name, and good will of tho "Paradlso
of tho Pacific."
In case or tho non disposal or tho
stocK as a whole, tho sale will be
transferred to tho premises of tho
Austin Publishing Co., and will be held
on the same day.
Jas. F. Morgan,
FURNITURE FOR SALE
and HOUSE FOR RENi
I havo ror salo the absolutely com
plcto furnishings or a 5-room hnnd
somoly furnished cottago, and cottago
for rent. Centrally located, with reas
onable rent; electric lights, mosquito
JAS. H MORGAN.
6i QUEEN 8TREET.
FOR SALE ! !
"r-mST I offer nt Private Sale,
premises on Deretanla street, adjoin
ing residence of C. Hustace Esq.; 130
feet on Deretanla street, 171 feet
deep; price (9000; one half cnsli, bat
anco on mortgage 7 12 per cent.
SnCOND Premises 259 Kinau St.,
tt present occupied by Mr. A. Lucas,
f roporty hao a frontage on Kinau SL
tf 115 feet and a depth of T12 feet.
Dwelling comprises thrco Dcdrooms,
Parlor, Dining room. Kitchen, nath, .
laigo Carriage House. Price $4500.
Terms, ono-half cash; balance on
rrortgago at 7 1-2 per cent neL Tho lo
has a right of way entrance to Bore
THIRD Premises on Kinau St. ad
joining lot 2. Frontage on Kinau SL
1C6 feet, depth 121 feet.
Roomy dwelling on the lot. Price
$4000. One half cash, balance on
mortgage ot 7 1-2 per cent net. Has
right of way to Deretanla SL
Further particulars ot
JAS. F. MORGAN,