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SUNDAY BULLETIN. HONOLULU, H. T, St'NDAY. JUNE 22, 1902.
"Head "Wants" on page 6.
peerless preserving paini
li tlio cheapest.
Gentlemen, refresh ) ourselves at tlio
First National Saloon.
It Is exported tlio picsent term of
the Maul Circuit Court will dose about
Tlie Walklkl !nn Is offering an cx
ceptlonall fine bill of fare for patrons
today. Sec pane 8.
Kor baby carriages and sewing ma
chines and stoves and safes, call on
Holtschlaegcr Co., I,td.
tlounteous display of summer goods
at N S. Sachs' Dry floods Co. Sic ad
and tstt the store this week.
The finder of n Japanese pug dog
will receive $" reward foi Its rtturn t'
owner, hec nil under .New Today.
Mine host Dick l).il of the Palace
drill calls attention to the bill of faro
offered for this evening's dinner. Bee
There will be a memorial sen lie of
the I 0 0 P. at Harmon) Hall at 2.10
this afternoon. All visiting l"t''i'
Invited to attend
. . . .
Have you seen If 1 hat wiought Iron ,
hltrhlng post In fi out of the I.Iks
t.,itlll.r' 1 1 4t.ll l.iu tin,,, f,
fnlo nt 391 Uerctnnla street.
tlqlln t , ei.ii.i 111 I'lmt nt-fl,t-l.t
. , i. ui . i
Iron hitching post lu fiont ol the
mi ,i i ,, .. ,i i .i. ...
Elks Imliiung .1 C tell bus them
. , . oo i, . . , . .
for mp at 393 lleretnnla xireet
When the weatbei Is milf.v Ibeie I
nothing nl or than a glass of pine wim
Hotts. hlaegerCo. Ltd III tuppl) mi
with It. If )oui larder does not contain
Von are milted to Halt the IslanI
Cmlo store on Hotel street. The most
complete collection of llannllnii curios I
Kiionunenil )oui friends to
this old Chi iof.it Shop
It u regular
The wlielc tilegiaph sen lie Is now "" un i"uuu lrul" "'lepuouB -
open for business to I.nliain.i nnd all j '
points on Maul. Telegiiims will be ie- The Hip down the Rhine deiillied
lelved nt the Oceanic lias & llh-itrlc elKewheie by Miss Mnilon l.ognn was
compan s offlte. Mngoon building Mer taken In itimpan of Mrs. Julius Ho
chant strut. itlng imnierl ol llnnoliilu. ol whom
Superintendent .1 I) .Mt Velgli had the writer of the sketfli lias been n
about f2im on the subsi rlptlon list for Ki"t for the past lighten months,
n prize lund tor spoils ut Knl.111p.1pa Thursda next the Jrtth Instant bo
on the 1th of lul up till noon etei- ,lr tippulnteil for the Coronation rl
day. with the epet tutlim ef lalslng H Hrltnnnlc .Iajesry King Edward
221 altogether before lenxlng for th - Cnniul lloan will be pleused to
Hvttlorucnt on Monda i-wiilng mm-Im- nrlllsh residents nud any oth
Knahau wife of lluo. died at Tjlnm.i ,r "nlli'is be.ween 11 anC. 1 o'clock
on Friday aged about 'ij yeals She "t du at tii. C'ofisulati. 1120 South
was er will known nmoiu old llnwn- King stn et.
Hans and was one of the oldest of her '
race In this Island. She leaves surl- . ..........
Ing her an ndtiited son, John I'uole -"-"-"-' -
The funeral took plaie from the rcil- (,;
dence. Interment being In the Culliullr
fioi eminent physl rj
clan In Wnianae district who was ,j
granted leae of nbsenie with Dr lloff- '? tJrJ . , . .. . -.. . ''J
mann as substitute at Inst meeting ol wt " "s ; - "-
the Board of Health, will spend hli jS8 Mar. Cralg anU M,8S ntorgic
furough In relieving Dr. VTeddlck ia's,,elker of California are the suestt of
Walluku district, whom the Board ha I Msij Anna nlw Ms s,)(.U.r !a
previously a loweu . "
finding n satisfactory substitute.
The Palace Grill
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
HONOLULU, JUNE 22, 1003
TABLE D'HOTE DINNER
Gin Turtle Co-isninr Rm U
rrmlerloln ol ite, Tartar same
Julienne pot atom
QueenOtiet Atk ho Itr on Ttt
Shllmp, Currkaml Rlicl
bmall 1'utttilioiui. t,f t-ul
AaraKO, Futltrr Sruip
Prime Ileff an Ji,
Sludeil YouiKTurke, CranlKrr Siuic
Vatilll.1 Ice Cream
Stiametl PuililittK, Hard ami llramly Sauce
CaVei SmIsi Chvvii. Kaiiiii
Cream Cheefce Nut
Jell) Roll Coflee Cafe Soir Tea I
Dinner from O to 8-
Our vehicles have the most advanced ideas in design,
and excel others in durable qualities and finish, , ,
lsShflrLXL ls' tj3 l-g'M ' jVf'fg'IS vMvtooiJfl
Clias, F. Herrick Carriage Go., Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Go,
Q. H. Kerrey's ollke, 8 Campbell bid
lie cold beer $2 CO a dozen, Cnmnrn
& Co.. Tel. lllue 492.
The place to get pure Koda coffee Is
at C. J Day's grocery.
Judge Gilbert F Utile arrived from
llllo In the Klnau cstcrday
Nicely furnished rooms. ropular
House, 1249 Fort St, 11.60 per week up.
The Fourth District Committee. Re
publican party, meets Monday after
noon at 4 o'clock In headquarters.
The Nichols homestead was sold al
aiutlon esterday for $11,500. the
purchaser being Clarence H. Cooke.
The ordination ot Wong Yuk Shlng
as a Chinese evangelist will take
place In the Chinese church this morn
Mr arj,i M. w c, r00 have sold
their Emma street property to Mr.
m xir,, snmuel Parker for 19500
There will be a meeting of the Wo i
I , ()u,i f st Clements C'hurtli
, (lu, VarMl ,!mlff, nlU Tll(EllaN nft.
,,.,. jllt. 4. nt 3 oclotl..
,,, ., ., . . .. '
I lllram n native died at the Quern s ,
' JI() ,,, .Mriln forenoon He w is I
, , i, ..,., ih. n.ih In.t I
n Intpiest will be held Monda even
' The Muilents of Pttrnliou 1'iepnra
, .,,,,.,, m
"r Si ion nnd Ouhii ollecc will
' ,,,,., ... , ,
,gve an e i ton of tht.r work In
?,,,,,,,,,, . i
I'.iuahl Hull lii-glmilng I u -ln iiml
(.omllll,nK lh, ....,, . ttP(K
' M 0 Hall-), a jiroinlnt lit ivrmj
V M. C A. t t rt tar) who passed
jtnrnugh In the China jestcrdnj states
;""' ,l" nll(''"", H""!.-. "' "' ''"
."'l'"1"8 'e "' mUh KB"tJ
Don't forget Camannos of the Call
forult Prult Market when jou want .
fruit and vegetables. He alva.s has'zlng bark to town followel all alone
on hand a frtsh supply of both '"-tlllor-
News From Kauai
(From the Garden Island.) ;,
prominent In soiiet circles In San
A ery dellyhtful Uante was given
by Mrs. V. H. Rlci Jr. and Mrs. Chus.
like do the 19th Inst, at Kalapakl.
Dr. Hutchinson made a living trip
to Honolulu to tee the races on
lltiu Sinunn W'ulf ami M WMIInin
Fisher were married quietly by tho
n..v ii u.,,i.rP on the urn, it.
They have been busy receiving the
lungratulations of their many friends
Those that attended the damn given
by Mr. and Mrs. A. S Wilcox at Kilo
liana on the Tth enjoicd one of the
best dances ever given In l.lhuc.
Miss Knpiinl Ah Chong and Mr. Ben
jamin Hunulke were united In mar
riage by the Itev. Knauwul on Weduvi-
day. May 2Sth, 1S02.
I Neither kissing nor handshaking nr
I practiced In Oriental countiies. Bow
ing takes the place of both. This is
the reason, it Is said, that n certain
oung lady of I.lhue uues not mio tn
go to China,
Kapellmeister llerger and his bojs
.made a lasting Impreesluu upon the
people of Kauai. If we are sure oi
Imvlni' th'ti umlllntr liff n nf the 1r,ifi..
nor with us two or three times a year
in tho future, certainly there will be
no doubt of our delegates to the Legis
lature, voting for a generous appropri
ation for the band.
Miss Kutpu of Grove Farm gave i
grand luau a few weeks ago un the oc
casion of her birthday The pctrm
I Tea esses were Miss Tiser and Mrs J. 11.
Alexander. Mr. DeLaey furnished the
See the new
Climax Arc Lamp
100 to COO candlepower. This
la the best lamp on tho market.
Manufactured by Tho Standard
Gas Lamp Company.
Asphaltum, Grades C. I). and
natural In lots to suit.
Herringbone Expanded Metal
Ready Rock Roofing.
HAWAIIAN TRADING GO,, Ltd
1142 Fort Street, Love Building.
(Continued from page 1 )
i l tin oi'iup.ints ol tin iai allgntid
to In shown Hie work going on be
jiui'l Manager Unlit nt)ne pointed
out wheie the line is nelng lapldly
pushed townrd MiCullj vtuet After
a wait ol about tin minutes here, al
boarded the ear ngnln and went will
tlit route by the shouts ol nil who be
held. From the Walklkl turn the enr went
out to the end of the Knlilil line fol
low Ing behind one of the ri gular tare
alter turning Into Alnpnl sin it. re
turning to the bain from Knllhl In tht
Ever thing on the "new line wa
found to be In the most satlslnitor
condition. This morning enrs begin
to "run legularly between the WulklM
turn nnd Knllhl Already the ea-i
are equipped with handsome slgr
boards, designating the loute tn.-
versed The round trip between Wal
klkl turn and Kalihl will be made In
Laid In Record Time.
The tramwajs will prubablv earn
few or no passengers bFween town
nnd the Walklkl turn hereafter. To
reach Knplolani Park and Walklkl
huvvever, the traminrs win have to
be taken from the Walklkl turn
The new track was laid In reior-l
time and. except for a few bolts and
a lltllo superficial work, was practi
callj completed istuday raoinltiri
When car No. 19, with an American
Hag attached to the trollej cord, went
over the new work a-llvlng , hi
smoothness und eate of the travelling
was the remark of ull who lode.
Judge Humphreys' Decision.
Shortly after noon cstcrilay JiiiIk"
Humphries decided the Mc Cully tinft
iijunctlnii, dissolving the injunction
and dismissing the bill.
The Rapid Transit Compan Is nov
I fr,'' lo "roceed with the lalng of ItK
I track through the McCullv tract, and
so on to Walklkl.
"The authorities are uniform." said
the Judge, "that where an injunctl I,
would operate to the inconvenience of
'he public and where the balance be
twien the rights and wrongs of plain
tiff and defendant are nlievly balanc
ed the touit will be i tremel reluct
ant to grant an injunttton.
"The court will take Judltial kiu.n.
edge of the tondftiuns In this coiiiuui
nlty. and the fact that the Rapid Trail
sit Company is tilling a long-lelt want
b) providing a better, cleaner nnd
more rapid means of transportation
The building of this road will inert as,-
the value of propirty and btnetlt III
htnlth of the city by making swamp
lands more valuable, uo that the) will
be filled In."
Judge Humphreys also stated In his
decision that the plaintiffs In the case
had not been satisfactorily" shown.
First Lawyer The law) era had a
hard struggle over the Moneybags es
Second Lawyer Did they?
First Lawyer Yes; they had all
they could do to keep tho heirs from
coming to an agreement. Puck.
L. H. DEE Proprietor
L. F. ASDAHR Manager
SUNDAY, JUNE S3, 1003
ijoten Olives Ancliov lei on Toa,t Ctler)
Cuiiftomme Roal Green Tunic Snup
Sacletl Mullet, Hawaiian M!e
lliirriiol ol OxUilala Patls
0ler rattle. New Vmlt ie
0"en Frtttrm, I'urt mc Saue
SluKid Mallard Duck ami Jtlly
I'lltne Klbs iA Bni ltrmn Potaltiei
AEparaKui Mtwul Lnrn Crirn I'ttti
AHiyator I'tar nnd 1 ttttut dl.id, Maoiituii.r
KliKlith Plum PuddiiiK. Hart ami !lranij haute
Vanila Ice Cream Wine Jelly
Assurled Cukes anil Pahtry, Crttkers ami Clieefce
Nuta and Kathins Prevli I run In beavon
Milk Tea Collee
Hkbii i ran
cises aie Held Out
MISS AWANA MAKES
Af EXCELLENT ADDRESS
Large Audience Enjoys Singing and
Speeches Good Music, Fine Voices
and Pretty Girls Produce
The sixth commencement of th
Knmelianiebn School for Olrls tooti
plaie vevtiiday afttmoon at S 30
o cluck (,n the grounds of that lustltit
Hon The perfect weatbei and til"
skilful mid nrtlstli atrangmneiits
mail the nffali a must sueiessful one.
A fii.it i harm nbout the ccnt was
ih' lint that It took place out of doors,
a realm e whlib In this hut weather
whin mn the largect halls lieeuinn
slif!f fuiM lint be sufflil'ntl appro
tinted The tool bree7es whlih eanm
swupliic fiom the Kolllil Millcj
thruiiEh tin grien kenwes united tool.
niss to the nudleiiie nnd made the
stn a M'T pltasant one.
The aiidienie win feated 111 tlio
spare hetwein the two wings ol tho,
biilMing nrountl the fountain In the
nuiukn wing of the Innal tin- pupils of
tin school were se.iti tl. A pleasing
iffett wn piodiiced win novel tha
choius pprfnrmed The many piettv
girls all dressed uniformly In white,
stood lu the great urthwa) In tin!
middle of the building, the gieen
vines and iteppers whlth illng to tint
lanul hovering nioiind them like ar
I in men v Ira me.
The first number on the pingiam
a sung bv the girls' chorus, was Ilk.
the rest of the numbers of this kind
a trtat to the audit nee. The natural-
ly splendid volies of the Hawaiian
girls masterly ti.ilned In note and
harnmtiv, blended together peitnllv
and piodiKtd n u-olly wonderful
fett After the song nn Involution
was oflered b) Then. Hlchnids. whbh
was followed by a soft and tnclodiiitix
lespnnsc remit red by the whole u
simbl.v of pupil.
The next numbei on the program,
thi address on "A l'raitlcal IMma
tlou ' by Miss Josephine Awana ilis
one and only im mbt r of the graduat
ing class, was most Interesting. Stand
lug on the stairway iindir the arch,
where she could be sun by all tho
spettnturs. Miss Awana, In a full,
clmr voice, nnd In excellent Kngllsh.
set forth her theme with a loglial
thought fulne nud clear reasoning
which showed that she had fully mas
tered the ideals of her topic
beginning by mentioning how a
preparation wus neiessnry to enaliln
a woman tn nail) accomplish things
Slice essf nil). Miss Awana discussed
the various In nni lies whlih would
mnke the ) tiling glil a good and use
ful housekeeper. After discussing th
usefulness of the more practical
branches, such as sewing, cooking,
launileilug, etc. Miss Awana dwelt
upon the Importance of such neioiu
pllslunents as drawing music an I
painting by the aid of which a )ounn'
woman could do much tn beautify a
home nnd mnke It t heerful.
Throughout hut speech Miss Awam
tarried hei tialn ol thought and made
hei points with a precision nnd ilenr-
ness which caused tlm uiullt-nce tj
applaud her in a most heart) fashion
Aftei a well nndered piano seleo
tlon Fiof. Chas. II. f))ke. tho princi
pal ot the Ilo)s' School, made a short
address In which he pointed out that
the great value of the practical edu
cation such as received In tho scho il
was that It gave to the scholais the
Idea of correct valuation in tho waild
ol business and ot society In the home
and in her religious and social relt
tlons. He finally pointed out of what
great value this education was to a
girl In her married life..
The ceietnony ol tint presentation
of her certificate to Miss Awana
which next followed was both sim
ple and effective-. Standing facing
Miss Awana on the broad main steps
of the building and directly In front
of the audience Miss Pope, tho prlncl
pal of the school. In a Blmple but very
eloquent and pathetic speech, remind
ed tho young girl who now was mak
ing ready to venture Into llfo by her
self, of the good lessons sho had learn
cd in her school and oxhorted her to
carry them Into effect In the future
In the course of her speech Miss Pope
laid stress upon tho fact that all tha
girls who have graduated from the
school aro now either married or self
supporting, and emphasized tho great
truth that the future for tho Hawaiian
people lies In their becoming indo
pendent through work.
After the presentation of the diplo
ma several choial selections wcro ren
dered and finally tho benediction wn
said by Dr. W. 13. niklns.
The program for tho event was as
Motto "To Stand."
Tho llrldnl or the lllrds
Itesponse, He Alohn Ka Haku
A Practical IMucatlon
..Josephine Mololanlkeala Awana
Piano Quartet, Ln Damn lllancho..
Piano 1 Kntlo Sadler, KHz
OF J? IS
Pleasing Exhibition of
MRS. ODNirS CLAS
"Deutcher Girl" Thelma Murphy
Makes Decided Hit-Highland
Fling by Louise McCarthy
Marches and Drills.
Knml parents hearts swelled with
pride nnd the rest of the fashionable
audience at the Opera House added
their dignified but tumultuous applause
whin the host of pretty children of
Mrs. riunn's dancing class cntertnlned
with twinkling feet "befoie the foot
lights lnt night.
It was an open question whether the
ilalutleit feniliiTne costumes were to ho
sun on the stage or among the audi
enie, for the lltttle nrtors were most
l,pf ntnlnirlv and mitittitii lnlplv robed.
v.lille Hie l.i, lies of the .iiitlleiire were
in tlnTr finest md Toukeil their best,
which l saying a great deal.
House Comfortably Filled.
The house was lomfortnbl.v filled and
the pliitsuiti seekers went .tun about
tlie lirnlnnlnir nf Ihn eleventh limit well
.,,, ttlth the selling's perform-
mice, delighted with the grace display
i tl bv the ehtfiiren anil deeply Impress
ed h the tultlonal ability of their
Fulled Slates Judse and Mrs. Mor
ris M. Kstee. Prince and Princess Ka
wauannkoa, the Honorable and Mrs.
Samuel Parker and many other proinl
unit Honolulu people were present.
Hnnnlian mmlclans. pla)lng upon
stringed Instruments, filled In the In
trrvals between stones with captivat
ing native airs To the accompani
ment of u piano the children danced.
Wared and Drill.
The first part of the program open
ed with a mar, Ii and drill All the
members of Mrs Guun's class appeared
on the stage The joung students of
Die mt entrancing langetl lu nge fiom
llltle tots of ver) tender )ears to
maidens Jii1-' Vjildlng Into woman
hood A lull dm e followed pleasing
and piettt Then came a hornpipe,
eetnted by Oeitrude Traphagen, Ca
uillle Unas and El neat Haas. This was
not only good 'ji.t clver and iccelved n
lound of well merited applause.
A fairy dane came aftei. Beatrice
Campbell, Violet Lucas. Lillian Mc-
Chesney and Sybil Roiicrtson being the
fairies. The natural grace and
adaptability of the children ln this per
formance hail ample scope and drew
from the appreciative audience signs
of sincere admiration.
Tne Deutcher Girl.
Perhaps th best liked dance of the
evening was that presented by Thelma
Murphy in the Deutcher Olrl," song
und dance Tbelnia was delightfully
Dutch from the top of her saucy head
to the tips of her busy toes. Her song
was catchy and her dancing perfect.
Her dress js Dutch, her movement
Dutch und 'he spirit of her whole per
fornianie Beautiful!) Dutch. Thelma
was encoretl and had to repeat her lit'
Henry Smith M.vrtle Schuman, Mar
Ilia McChesae- Rufli McChesney and
Cliace Iin'uerUon performed the scarf
iliinct. ThU -J as well done nnd tho
nudlime manifested Its favorable opin
ion by unstinted hand clapping. Louise
McCarthy did the 'Highland Illng. Her
action was splendid her costume lovely
and the applause she received heaity
and prolonged The spertntois would
nut rest satisfied until Louise had gone
through he- performance again,
Th Dainty Minuet.
Closing the first pait of tho pro
gram came the minuet. Clad In the
costumes of over a hundred years ago
the following went tluough tho fasci
nating movements of one of the dain
tiest of dances Muriel Howatt, Fan-
nlo Hoogs Esther Kopke, Cordelia
Gllmnn, Constance Simpson, Doln,
Logan. Helen Wilder, Gertrude Tn
phagan, Violet Lucas, Carol Low.
Thelma Murph) Madeline Hurnette,
Margaret McCirth. Elsie Wilkinson.
Grace Culture Drill,
ine seconti pan or tlio program
opened with a drill lu grace culture.
This wns pet t-Mnied by girls much
older than tho3" who took purt In pre
ceding dances Robed In Greclnn cob
tumc. hair arranged to suit, a number
of maidens give an exhibition where
in the armi and hands played .ho
most Important part,
"Coming Thro' tho Uyo" was noxt
presented. This consisted of a capti
vating Scotch dance by Doiothy
Freeth, Alice Drlckwood, Sybil Mclncr
ny, Abide Lucas Mary Lucas, Eola
Logan, Camllle Haas and Gertrude
Traphagen The little girls vvero ex
ceedingly graceful and seemed to
thoroughly enjoy themselves while
tlviy entertained liuudiedB of others.
A "volunteer- drill followed. Muriel
Campbell, Marguerite Crelghton,
Louise McCarthy. Henry Smith, Myr
tle Si human. Ruth "diChesnoy, Graco
Robertson and Martha McChesnov,
Piano 2 Miss Hylngton, Miss
What tho World Epects of tho Ed
mated Woman Clias. llartlett Dyke
In May Time A. nilletcr
Presentation of Certificate
Ida M. Pope.
God Is My Guide Fianz Schubeil
Hnwull Ponol Hergor
Dr W. Ii. Elkln.
MonJiy .. .,
I 15 o
4 14 II J5
1.8 s rS
Full moon on the 20th at 3:47 p. m,
Saturday, Juno 21.
Str. Lelitia, Naopala, from Molokal
Am. hk Prussia, 29 das fyrom Port
niakcley. with lumber, nt 8:30 a. m.
Am. bktn. Georglna, Drandt, 71 da)l
from Newcastle with coat, at 9 a. m.
Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllo
and way ports, at 12:30 p. m., with 207
sheep, &3 hogs, 49 sacKs potatoes, 40
, cahbage ,24 cords wood, 1 horse,
US packageB sundries.
Saturday, June 21.
Am. bk. Oregon, for Puget sound In
ballast, at 9:30 a. m.
i. M. S. S. China, Frlcle, for San
Francisco, at noon.
Am. bk. Pactolus. Dart, for San
Franclaco with sugar.
From Hllo nnd way ports, per stmr.
Klnau June 21. nt 12 no p. m. Col. W.
II. Cornwell T. S. Llppy. Mrs. T. S
I.lppy. J. II Lodd. Miss I.oldelt. Miss
niby. Miss E. M. Cheek-, Miss M. II.
Combs, Mis. L. P Droller. Mrs. Ale
Resell. L. P. How, H. E. Pnxton
wife and baby. Mrs. F. 1J. McSIochcr
Mas F. II. McStockcr. J. M. Coulsoii
Mrs. C. W. Kellogg, Mrs. A. C. Kcl
logg. Dr. Sloggett. F. T. Sullivan, L.
A. Thurston, Dr. W. 8. Pnty, Judge
O. F. Little. C. Notley. J. K. Notley,
F. T. Merry, S. C. Lucas, C. Crelgh
ton, Mrs. J. W. Chapman and child,
Rev. S. W. Kekucwa nnd son. Miss
Ella Qulnn, Miss Mary Logan, Miss
II. Van Decrlln, John Culler, II. Ako-
nn. It. S. Steele, E. P. Low. Judge
W. McKay. W. Garcia, J. L. Cooke,
II. Mlkl, M. Kawal, F. EnoB, A. Gar-
rl.i. A. Martlnsen. Miss A. M. Cooke
O. Schuman. T. P. Duboso anil 103
Jressed In little soldier uniforms,' ex
cept for the short white skirts, went
through their net In soldierlike man
ner "Coming Thro' the II) c' nnd tho
Volunteer" drill were both encored,
L)dla Wagner gave n serpentine dance
Just before the close. Her efforts were
well received. Tho evening's entsr
tnlnment ended with a dance Joined lu
Many Pupils Present.
Following Is a list of Mrs. Gunn's pu
AITTeno Dow sett
Maiy von Holt
Herman von Holt
Hlldr. vrtn Holt
R. von Holt
Girls In Grace Culture.
Sundiy services at Central Union
Tho pastor will speak In tho piomlng
on "The Twofold Appeal of the
Chinch." In tho evening theie will bo
a students' scivlce, nt which the Ilev.
Dr. Smith of Oahu CollAjo will speak,
subject. "Intellectual Independence."
The annual offering for the American
Blblo Society will be taken up Sunday
moi ning, June 29.
Corns and ingrowing nails success
full) tieated without pain. Dr. Dogle,
Oiegou block, Hotel street.
Thursday, June 26, 1902
In celebration of "CORONATION
DAY" there, will bo held on TrlORS
DAY, tho 2Cth Inst.:
At 9:15 a. m.. In St. Andrew's Catbfe
dral, a Special Service, which will liN
cludo a part of the Historic Coronation
At 2 p. m. thcro will be a GARDEN
PARTY and CRICKET MATCH on tho
grounds of tho OAHU COLLEGE, of
which the Trustees havo kindly allow
ed tho use.
At 9 p. m. thcro will bo a SUBSCRIP
TION BALL at tho MOANA HOTEU,
Tickets for the ball, price $2 each,
may be had of any of tho members ot
the Hall Committee, or at n. W. Jor
dan's, Fort Street.
Special Tramway Service for Evening
of Thursday, June 26th.
A Bpcclal through car will leave tho
Hawaiian Tramways Co.'s TcrminitJ
on Niliianu avenuo nt 8 o'clock p. m.
Ordinary cars leaving there arc ten
and thirty minutes past each hour will
connect with King streot cars at the
corner of King and Ktiuanu streets.
A special return car will leave tho
Moana Hotel every half hour from 12
midnight until 2 a. m. Tlio 12 and 1
o'clock cars vvlT! go through to Nun
mm nvenuo and the 12:20, 1:30 and 3
o'clock to town only.
Pnrtles of 12 lo 10 ran obtain bu-P'j.
to nnd from the Moana Hotel by nfj
pi) Ing to the Hawaiian Tramways Cu,
fare 23c each way.
CHAIRMEN Or COMMITTEES:
Finance Mr. W. M. GIffard
Cathedral Service. ...Mr. T. C. Davles
Cricket Match, etc
Mr. E. H. Wodehouse
Dall Mr. D7W. Anderson
W. G. 6INGLEIIUR8T,
Honolulu, Juno 16th, 11)02.
Far a Short Season Only
JACK SUTTON'S ENTERTAINERS
First Class vaudeville
Clever Performances on the High Wire
Introducing Original Aerial Wheel
In Serlo-Comlc Effusions.
In a Series of Clever Dances.
Artistic Exhibitions on the Trapeze.
HARRY COQILL and MAIE ARLeII
in their highly amusing sketch, I
"WJiat Happened to Weary Willie.
Character Comedian and Hungarian
ALTRO, THE TRAMP
Juggler Comedian Extraordinary. '
THE WARSAW BROS.,
In their Musical Comedy Act, Play
ing 22 Different Instruments.
Positively the Most Wonderful Lady
Contortionist and Balancer of the
Box office open at 9 a. m.
A -:- FIRST-CLASS -:- ATTRACTION.'
A special meeting of Hawaiian
Lodge. No. 21. F. & A. M, will bo held
Sunday, at 3 p. ra., In the Masonic
Temple, for tho purpose of attending
the in iral of our
LATE BRO. GEORGE ERNEST
Members of Pacific Lodge and Lodga
lo Progrcs nnd visiting brethren are
Invited to attend.
By order of Worshipful Mnstcif'
K. R. G. WALLACE.
2179-2t Actlne Secretary. 4
FOURTH DISTRICT COMMITTEC.
Thero will bo a meeting ot the
Fourth District Committee. Republican
party, In headquarters, Elite building,
at t p. in., Monday, Juno 23, 1902, for
the transaction of Important buslnes'
C. L. CRABBE, V
21T9-3t Chairman. 1, ,
NOT DAMAGED BY FIRE.
Wo wero not injured by the Are In
tho floor beneath our plant. Our busi
ness In all departments continues
MERCANilLE PRINT1..0 CO., LTD.,
General Printers nnd Binders.
Tort and Queen Streets. 2l78-2t
There will bo a memorial Bervlce of
tho I, O. O. F. this afternoon at 2.30
In Harmony Hnll. All Honolulu mem
bers nnd visiting brothers aro Invited
to nttend. j
By order of committee.
The Klnau reports tho following su
gar on Hawaii: Luupahoehoe lW.OnO;
Ookala, 2200; Kukaiau, GOOD; linnia
kun, 1G20; Paauhaii, none; Hont0aa
1500; Kukiilhacle, 1700; Punaluu )1.
000; Honuapu, 24C8; Olaa, 16,000;
Wulahea, none; Hawaii Mill, 1300;
Walnaku. 9000; Onomea, 2500; Pepoe.
kco, 400; Honomu, 2000; Hakalau,
&i "ii'-v? 'tftt.