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EVF.N1NC1 mJM.KTIN, HONOMII.el. T 1! TunStlAY. AP11I!. 21. 1908
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AUTAU T. ATilNSON
TIip life wor't of Hip late Alilnu T
Atkinson In luelellbl) llukgd with tli'
history and Hip educational develop
incltt of Hip Hawaiian litliiiiils As r.
lcIiooI icithe-r during his cirly da) J
In Hip Wands hla una the ducttlng
iiilml wlili h fc.-nti ni.iny of Hawaii'
until the knowledge nnd Inspiration
lur most useful living, loiter nnd din
ing Hip tluKlng jo.iis of his llle hh
llitlmiitp toiiiieiiloii with und illrtt tins
uulhorlt over uur public ochouls gnvt
lllm I position iij Hip founder nl iniuli
of Hip Intelligent nnd iielvnuicil work
Hint has iiiiiIp the liuhlli school i tcm
of Hawaii notable
.Mr. Atkinson hnd a more Intlmntr
knowledge of thu public uhool of
Huso IslnmlK tliun an person oicr con
nected with the educational depart
ment, lie hud v Isiti I all districts time
without number nml had more than un
ofllco Cbtoclatlon with the teachers mm
II Is InipoKiblo to nnnio any eduen
Houal advance In tlio public behoej
with which Mr Atkinson was not uiv
uh luted The most notable evldciiips
of his enthusiasm anil foresight lire
thu Normal Sihoul, the rejuvtnaied
nml nioili rulzeil IndtiMrl.il school fur
lius. Hip Improve)) l.iluilnaluim nnd
Hie establishment of an lmliiftil.il
school for girls While the fruition ol
his pi ills uine In Hip laiur years of
Ills life Ihc.'i' whip nl) piiiJpiiH that
Wcio Iij llllll Inoiltjhl hi'roip Li-Klsla-tuio
alter Leglslaltiie ami llnall mim
to pass after j earn of liu casaiil effort
1'ersonully Mi. Atkinson was lih'UM'il
with Ruod naturcd enthusiasm Con
Mnntl) In ptihlle life and for ninn
jura piiKaKt'il In newspaper work, he
iniounteieil man) of life's open bat
tles nnd they nlan found him unriit
)! nnd uiiprcjiiillied Ills passlns
nn will biliiK stilucss to man und
the sympathy for his fnmllj will cumi
(rout till parts of tho Terrllor).
SAN FRiKOISCO FINANCIERS EQUAL
TO THE SITUATION
"I'innntlal situation nt standstill,
will continue, some daje."
Tills messuRc Hum the Icadlm; flnnn
r Ii its of Kan Krnmlnco to their local
rcprisentatlvcs ucnln tells the xtor)
of han I'ranclaco louratc and dutormt
nation. 'Hie iipwr rcportn cao Hie banks n
month In wlili Ii to resume The hank
ers pin It some dajs Which means
Hint thuy nre Inslnu ro time. Thoy
nti putlliiK inrth peiy ffnrt lo not
nrrulrs had, lo the old ihnnnels, mid
already no iluyllnht (lose nl linud.
Ilcnolulii linn alr.-ad heard diminh
to In llcive that tlie Kcneinl iimillHoiii
inllowliiK the fire tnnuot lie exucRpr
alcl. Words will necr coiney tho
terrible distress thiniiRli whlih the
;oplo of the dij pnstpil Ovprstato
incut of such n Olsns ci Is Imiiosslhle.
Under stub rliiiiniHtances the Diiun
rial situation could not he othcrwli'o
than nt n standstill. All the means of
(oiiduitliiK the llnandnl liiisluesH hns
been destroyed l'muls nnd sfiiirlllns
nro In ihn vaults hut It lcipilres hour
nnd possibly days to reach thorn
Check-hooks and business paiaphcrni
lln I nve been destioyed The banlis
find Hiemsehet with their securities,
hut lackltiK tho ordinary nientm for do
lng their business They must liato
n ureal amount of printlui; alone In
order to net down .o busliiess to say
nothing of siring up the situation ni
to tho status of ci edits auiouK custom
ers Yet In spllo of nl! this the leadliiR
hankers of tho tlty Mutd that It Ib a
matler of days only before tho block
Tide is hioken Hero we find the lll.e
Snn Francisco spirit ni?tln Tho news
cll.spatrhcs raid tlio banks would ic
sttnie In thirty days. Announcement
from a Innklnc hendcitiarters puts a
much bilRhtcr aspect on the sltua Ion
whlk ricogiilzlnff nil Its serious as
A Tnrther detnll to he taken Into
rmjlclernlloii Ii that the reports fiom
he cnble serleo show Hint Sun I'ran
flso hns been more eompletPly cut
off from Hie I'nttern centers than from
Honolulu Consequent!) the flnnncl.il
institution lm been iinnhl, to run
nect with their llastern corieipond
on In nrranRlni; the rcniljuitment It
Is ni If eery bank In Honolulu durliiK
the plnRtie fire had been burned out
nnd there wns no way of midline San
rranclco Naturally, financial mat
tern would he nt u standstill.
We may he assured that the Stale
nnd Nation Is n tcrltnliln brehlxe of
the Industry of relief all (tnterecl on
ren U tIiir stibslnntlal old to the strlck
en c't). We will find the Treasury of
the 1'nlled Hlntes nndcrlni: ever) pos
sible nsslstnnce nnd CoiiRress will step
In If need be It Is iliuiblful. lioccr
tha" such pirnordliinr) steps will he
neresnr. TIioiirIi Hnn rrniielsm has
been htuiiKht to n tpiniorar) stand
Ft IP It will ko fnrwnrd so soon that
the hesitation will he hardly worth
The p-ail) tel.ef Honolulu offers Is
liclim dttpllcnled In eer) part of the
Nation The assistance kocs to n com
niiinli) of business men who will con
quer or die And they will not die
Well may we respond liberal!) and
while Rhine cldnco of our s)tnpa
Hi) express our ndmlratlon for men
wlio can face such great nilerslllcs
unniiichliiRly nnd with nbsolute conll
rlcnce In their nlilllly to recoer speed
II) f if mi the blow.
In Its true Kultcrsnlpe spirit, the
mnrnttiR paper thinks It ran overshad
ou I sown h)pocrls) nnd illscomfllum
by vcpilrtlug lis dyspeptle slops nl ion
teniKinirlei Honolulu iinilerstnnds
the iherllser nml thereforo has no
sympathy for Its misery.
I'er Oceanic S S. Ventura, from tho
Colonies. April 21 Miss II. Illckel,
.Ino Illckel. Mrs llelheras, W. A.
lioucher. MlMes Ilrownlee (2). Miss
I. Cross M. 8. Cooper. Ile M. I'.
Curran. Miss M. IJ Dow Inn, W. IMe.
Mrs W IMe. Mrs Catherine IMe. Jno.
Ilhrliorn. S. litrUcUffe. A Kotliix.
Mrs A forties. Miss I'orlies. Mrs V..
(I Porbes, Miss rorbes, Mrs. i: A.
Torhes. lohu (Hies. Mrs Albert (Iran,
Miss Louise II IIiikus. Mrs (!. I!
Ilopier Sr. Mrs. (1 II. Hopper Jr.
nnd child I! I! mulling, l)r J. W.
Homer S I' Hunter Mrs S !'. Hun
ter. Miss Kciiiied). .Mrs. C. I.. Ken
dall. Miss K. Kendall. .lames Kotch
le. Master 0. Kendall. Miss Maud 1.1
la. Mis. i:. It. Mluhcll. Miss MI'chell,
Mrs. C Motilon, II. T. Meers, Miss
MiCulloch. .1. W Ml Carroll. 0. 11.
MtLcotl. I.. McCurdy, II. 1 Norton,
Mr. nnd Mrs. M. W. Oldham Miss
Nellie O'llrlen. Miss 8. Owens, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Oodfrcv I'hararjn. Mrs. I",
l'haraijn. Mr nnd Mrs T. () l'rlcc.
Mrs T)rell IMillllps, Mr. nnd Mrs. J.
J .House, i: nidi, Dr. nnd Mis J. I.
It) nu. Miss Stowe J. Nealo Tn)lor,
W i: Tient. C. do 8. Tcschemakcr,
A. Vollmer. .Mr. nnd Mm, A. K. Virgil,
Mrs Wlllshir, Mlsn Wlllshcr. Mrs. I.
Walker. 12 I.. Ycneken, K. Ilarnttt.
I' A llrowne, I2Mer Leo A Illrcl, Mr.
and Mrs K. II. Ccucntr), U. II. Cov
cntrj Miss M O Campbell, Miss M
II Campbell, Mrs. Davis and Infant,
Mls Dals. Miss A 12nns, Harry
I al-tax. Mrs Harry Fairfax. Miss :
1-rai.klln. MIsb J V KcrRuson. r.rn
st Towler, Miss (lower. Miss 12. M.
Heskith, Miss I2mnm Iludson, (1 W
IlardiiiR, MIsj K A llardlnu. Mr nnd
Mis II. Ilammll und ihllil. Jus Her
llh) J .1 Ilerllhy. 12 V Hudson. Miss
l: II Jones. Donald Kennedy, A 0 I.
lck Miss I Leonard. Miss 12 A Mor
to.i M McCarthy. Jno McCunnlff. W
rani. Miss M dulRle). Miss V ltae
Innirs lt)on. Miss Ada lt))cllc, MIsb
K Utisscll. Miss It Itttsscll It. H II
rimallpnge, II 8. Sands, A. Sherer, 0
Cnmnck, Miss 12 Vantler. A 12
WrlRht. A Whyte. Klclcr M. C Woods,
I2hlcr M N WrlRht.
The untlonat Instrument of India
consists of rt slnRle hollow rod of bam
boo, to whlth two empty gourds nro
tied The ends of the rod nro caned
unci represent two g)lubolIcal flcurej,
an elephant and a tloo
Ii iSLfriiimxnvsi comikny,
Kaplolanl Park Addition, Moncarrat
200 ft. Frontage
'Best view In Tract. Lots graded
ready for building. Low price for
Trast Co., Limited.
FORT AN3 MERCHANT 3TREET8.
Clifford Klmhnll who has been wor
ried as to the whereabouts of his moth
er and sister leeched u cable sa)liiR,
Uuston I he assumption Is that Mrs.
and Mist Kliubill escaped from the d It
aster nml inndv a hast) start for their
home city, foregoing their plans for uti
extended trip through California.
Captain Olrson has receled n cable
Krum ficirn his slster-lu-lnw, .Mrs
Schneider In AlnniPil.i conlnlnlnR the
one leassiiilni; word, "Safe"
Mrs .1. C Cohen yesterday re
icluil nnnthir cable from her husband
in Oakland, ns follows "All well,
everjthlng till right, cheer up."
Maurice Hrasch yesterday nfternoon
nt 2-15 o'clock receUed a cable from his
sister tn Hnn I'mnclsio, saying sho
was safe. Tho cable reads: "Safe,
id 1 8 Hush." Her former reside ntii
wnt fill Sutter nnd sho must have
beer, burned out there.
A W Klrklnml. of Onklnnd. n brolii-cr-lii-lnw
of .1 I' Ke lined), of this city,
has reeeUed n entile metsage from u
'mslness partlur In Oakland, sj)lug:
All Is well."
Tuns. Ilnbron has a messaRO from
his family, who nro safe in llerkeley
'I he messnge says they will return on
A tabic mpsnne has been rcceUnl
from l'red Wnldion, nl San 1'ranclscn
stating that he Is safu and will return
on tho -Muanu by way u VaneouMr.
Mark 1' Robinson hag received it
luhlegraui fiom San 1'raiiclsco, dated
12 to this morning, lo the iffcd that
the Wnrd nnd Allen families arc safe
The enblc wus signed by Mrs. Ilalshvbn
Ceo 1' Tlilclen has received a cabin
fa) lug that the (lluacn i.ine cutter,
wlili h wns on the Sonoma's wharf ut
tho time of the San Francisco eaith
ciuuki, has hrcu dtstro)cd. Ho han
ordcicd a duplicate fioui New York.
Mr nischncr today received n cnlle
annu'imliig that his wife was safo In
llerkeley. He has tabled her to tomu
down on the Alameda. Mrs. 121schncr
had arilved nt San I'mutlsm fiom (ler
tunny only a diy or sd before the earth
quake. Mrs, Clinton J. Iliitrhlns this morning-
leeched a cnblo from Stnnford to
tho elfett that her people were salo
Mrs. Dlckerson received a cable
gram this morning stating that her
people In San Tranclsco nro safe.
Sol. Sheridan of the Advertiser edi
torial department this nfternoon le
eched a cubic to tho effect that his
foH'ks were safo In Oakland, having
been burned out In San Kraut Iscti Had
he not letelvtd the messagu ho would
have taken piss.igu to San l'ruuelsKi
thin evening In the Ventura.
The schooner Lavluln sails this nf
(cruuuii fen Uobiin Island where sho
will load guano for Honolulu Captain
Mux Schltmmcr nml funilly, who hnvn
been nl 1-aysa i for tho past je.tr, will
also return on the Utvlnla.
HOUSES TO LEI
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent nd company
Do you want a pretty new dress this
week? Of courso jou do. porehanro
sevtinl, and another next week.
(limited then Hint you do want n
new dress, tho chances nro good that
jou want it to bo of tho light, cool,
summery kind, to get tho better of
tho coining hot weather.
Our offcilngs of Summer Wash Ma
terials cnmprlsa tho cream of tho Rea
son's novelties In llntlsles, Organdies,
Mulls, etc., being priced from ISVic.
per yaid up.
Wo feel reasonably certain that you
will find Just what you want somu
wheio In our stocks, jour Inspection
til which wo respectfully bollclt,
B. F. Ehlers & Go.
Dealers In Hood Hoods.
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A meeting of the executive tcllef
committee, together with the sub-su-lldtlng
committee', followed by one of
tlio former committee alone took plutc
In the offices of tho Dank of Hawaii tbli
morning, the object !e!n.T the tonsbl
oration of tho disposal of the fund)
collected It was derided to stud Jus.
C. .Morgan by tho Nippon Marti this
afternoon, and lo send tbn funds e oi
led td up to tho time of thn Vcn linn's
nailing, by that steamer to Morgan's
San Kinnclscti address It Is estimated
that 110,000 will to collected In Hint
lo eattb tho st-amcr, nnd Morgan wilt
exercise his full discretion In the mil
tcr of spending IL
Those present nt the general meet
lng were as follows; Executive Heller
Committee, Ailing Governor Atklu-
ton, S. M. Damon, C M. Cooke, 12 I.
Spalding, M Klshl, J. A McCandlcst
and II 1', Wood, secretary, Sub-Solicit-
lug committee. W 1. Dillingham, He
run. W W Hurrls, It II I'rent. I'atli
r Vnlcntlii. 12. A. Mtlneiuy. J U. Wnl
ler, It. W Shingle, John Hughis nut
J. It. Halt.
1 ho Acting dovernor called the meet
ing In order and the minutes were read
tout npprovml MeCandless reported ou
tho work done liy Hie committee ut Its
meeting jesterday The committee, he
said, was now ready to go tu work If
Its report was found to be satisfactory
i tie It. I & u Co. ciupItDCPs had de-
elded tu donate one d.i) s wages to Hit
fund, and tho Honolulu Iron Works
men wcro to hold a meeting to discuss
Hip proposition of doing likewise.
Doubtless there would be many mil
iums which would adopt this plan.
Atkinson said Hint this was vciy
satisfactory. Jns K Morgan, who
would represent the local relief com
mittee In Hnn I'ranclsto Intended to
sail In Uic Nippon Mam this forenoon
It wax up to tho committee lo consider
whether he should lake the available
funds with him.
II I. Wood snbl Hi it Hip Planters'
Association hud appropriated (JO.OUQ
lor the rellcrfund.
tklnson asked If this money would
Lo available heroic 111 a. m , when the
C. M Cooko thought II could be ar
ranged, und MtCundliss wns of the1
opinion that the banks could nrranyc
S. M. Damon, said that tho different
hanks tould furnish drafts. However,
It would le belter to wait until tbr
next mail, and Mnd nnu big draft, which
wouii) ue preferamc to sending tbe
money on lu Arlbltlf.
Atkinson remarked that 120,000 was
a pretty big amount
Spladlng sabl that tho Ventura would
follow so soon, that it would Bct-m wise
to defer the sending of tho remittance
until she sallfcj, when nil the funds
then available could bo sent In Mor
gan's ucldiess Ha made his suggeetiou
In the form of a motion1, which was
itccoudcd h) Damon and tnirled
McCundless reported that the sub
soliciting committee had appointed no
treasurer, ns It would turn the fundi
It tollecleel over to thn trcnsuier ol
tho executive committee )n asked
Hiosn present tn canvas their pmplirjts
lor Hie purpoiee of securing one da)'n
Atkinson thought this was a good
Idea, uiiil tin Cooke's uiiggt-stlon tbn
meeting of the sub-soliciting commit
tco udjoiiriied, nnd tho executive com
mittee went abend with lis uwu incit
ing. Wood reported that $500 had been
forwarded by I'eck to Krnscr through
Alexander . Ilaldwln At Onklaud, uud
l'raser had acknowledged the receipt
On Spalding's motion, seconded by
Cooke, J V Morgan was appointed tho
relief committee's ofllclal representa
tion at sen rruuclsco with, power to
distribute fun'ds to tho sufforeis, espec
ially Hawallifus. piovlde transporta
Hon, etc , umljto exercise his tllseietlon
In theso matrers.
Cooko suggested Hint tho committed
communicate with tho military author
ities for Hiejmrposu of making m
laiigemcnt "for tho transportation of
local sufferers to Honolulu on board
any transports at the rato of $1 a day
Damon said that something should
bo said In behalf of the different clusst
of suffeiers, mainly tho Japanese and
Chinese Hither a spcelllc sum should
he set uslde for them, or other menus
to nsslst Hum sLould ho provided. Soma
Instructions In this leguul should be
Spalding snll ho had hud the same
Idea. It would of courso bu very sails
fat tot y to send n largo contribution
lo the general fund fiom Hawaii, still
personal Interests must bo considered
to some extent, anil it must be remem
bered that charity begins nt home The
Chinese nnd Japanoso were first con
cerned looking utter their own people
Instructions could be given Morgan tu
glvo theso people consideration In pio
portlon to the amounts subscribed by
their fellowcountrymen here
' Damon suggested that Morgan ho in
strutted to pay tho Japanese nml tho
Chinese consuls at San l'ranclsco fSUOO
to distribute among their people. 'I hey
were responsible men, nnd this net Ion,
would freo tho commltteo from a set
tons obligation, which It was undci.
Tho other clasjcs Morgan could look
Spalding said It would ho best to find
out first how much these classes would
give Ho l'on had told him that them
would bo I2,000 nvnllablo for tho Chin
ese Damon letommendcd drilling while
l,io Iron was hot. Ho moved that SfjUdtl
bo given to both the Japaneso nnd Chin
ese consul In 8anTraiitl8to There was
Cecil Ilrown, who conducts the btisl
ness of tho Campbell eslntc, received
n cablegram from San Joso this fdro
noon stntlng Hint I ho St James Hotel
was injured by the earthepiake, und
will need repairs. "
The cablegram states, however, liat
the hotel continues to do business.
Mr. Ilrown Is naked to go to San
Jose but doubts Hint lie) will bo nlilo
to do so.
! -I- -M" 4-
now $25,000 In sight as certain to bu
collected h) Hits nfternoon. If $10,000
wm given to the Orientals then- would
still be $15,000 left to Morgan, und
luler on there would bo more
Spalding wanted to wnll with nam
lng the nmuiints until this afternoon,
when more Information would hcuvnll
able. Cooko sold that there would be
yJO.OOO available this nltcrnoou, nml
that tho specific amounts tould bo set
M Klchl seconded Damon's motion
Cooke amended It by leaving out tho
specific amounts mid It carried In this
Atkinson rend tlio letter which II
1'. Wood had dmfled to Morgnu notify
lng him of his appointment, nnd also
ouo to 1'r.mer, which Morgan would
carry ou to him, 'I ho ltlteis were ns
April 21, 1900.
Mr. Jus. r Morgan, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I am dlieeled by the I2x
cent he Committee to lufoim Jem of
jour npiolntmiiit us the lepicseilla
tlvo of Hawaii nt Sun I'ramlsto, foi
the distribution ef the funds pine eel In
our hands for the purpose of relieving
suffering In San l'rnnctstti, especially
among tltlicns of llnwnil: also In as
sisting In securing transportation to tho
Islands for thoic entitled ami nei'dlm;
"Tlie fxpcutllliiio Tif Hip fundi torn-
inltttd tb .von Is left to Jour dlseic
April 21. lOOli.
-Mr. 12 A. I'rascr. San I'r.iiulsco, Cnl.
Ilpnr Mr - It nlte m iitn.intp tn
semi this biter by thu hands of Mr. J.
F. .Muignii, und to say to you tli.it the
flllyptiu ,,f lltlllfllttllt or., Itlln MM, I fill
deeply Indebted to you fur nil j on bavo
none us ino iipri'spiiiuiivu ol iiawuii
in San Promised during the last few
All of nill nr-tfi nrn pmliirznil lit- tlin
l'rpilltl,t PniiKiiilt, , u.lilnl, lirtu iivLnl
Mr. Morgan to relievo yuu or your urd-
W'fl nro pnlriiktlniT ti Inn-n trnni nf
money to Mr. Morgan, the expenditure
of which will be leil to his ensile lion
llfifiliii' Hid lr litri,it, to ,. I,t u
Hit hciifilf of jour ndvuu niiiriassfsi-
uiup, neiieve me, ele.
The Utters were approved by a unan
Peek moved that Morgan bo In
ttrttcted to fully iclmburse Pruscr for
all expenditures ho had nmuu In the
relief matter and also provldu for thcto
to which Prascr had committed him
self In behalf of tho eommlttcu. 'II. Is
lly this tlmo Morgan had arrived
Ho was iisketl If he wished to sa) uuj
thlng about his plans
Morgan said he bud made nu plan
of how he would pioreed lie would
make his arrangements when he ar
rived at Sun PinnclMO und saw thu
ttiiidltlons there, lie nKked that l'nu
er be ndvlsed tu bu taielul In Iho mat
ter of furnishing Irauspnrtatloii Alcu-
guu knew most of tho Honolulu people j
mill uiiiii M! lllllll tu bay W1IU wuiliu
he entitled to a fieo passage and who
would nut. There would undoubtedly
be soino Honoluliillcs who had never
dono any work while they weio here,
and who wero not entitled to n fieo
passage buck, except In the rlrcrooin of
u steamer. Morgan also staled his In
tention to turn a portion of the funds
In Ills hands over to the general relict
committee In San Francisco In Older
that It might bo shown that tho Islands
did not Intend lo look after their own
peonle only, Hd wns told that this
would ho left to his own discretion.
Damon sulci that A. W T llottom
ley was In Oakland und Morgan could
nvnil himself of his services Peek
said that (ieo, Castlu was also In Oak
land, and would undoihtcdly bo t'nit
to help liliu. The meeting then ltd
io oi wimm
Aa soon ns It wns known that tho
Vonlurn would sail this evening, poo
plo eiowded to tho ticket office nnd
stood In lino for long periods nwaltlug
their turns to purchase tickets for Sun
"There will bo loom on tho Vontnrii
for all that want to go," said Mr. air
fare), who has charge of tho local
ngency for the Oceanic Company.
"Nobody will bo left liehlud who wish
es to go." ,
Local Japanoso, having met nt tho
Japanese pilmniy school on Niiunmt
street last night to discuss thu situa
tion of ftllbw countrymen In stricken
Sun Francisco, bavo decided to wait
lor further Information from Hint elty
before taking action lu regard lo re
lief. Meanwhllu many Japanese will
render uld by subscribing to Hie gen
oral I el lef fund.
The collier Hin Mateo Is ells-haig-lng
4000 tons of Seattle mat at Sorcn
f.on whnrf having arrived lu port at
an early hour this morning fiom that
port, consigned In Hind, Holph in Co.
'iho San Muleo will ho loaded by CnBtlu
i Cooke, Ltd, for San l'ranclsco with
Wilicox & Gibbs New Automatic
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES 'and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUGT TO HAND. GET THE DE3T.
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKCL-PLATED ON PLANISHED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRCCV JM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
California will probably not ship
mules to Hawaii for a long time,
as she will need every draught anl
mal she has. Detter (jet some of
Schuman Carriage Co,,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storag-c in Brick Warehouse,
Alatau T. Atkinson, emu of Ilonolu
Iu'h most prominent citizens nnd tuio
whose tareer hns lipcn moil creditably
Identified with tho recent hlsloiy of
tho Islands, died ill his resident o at.
fir, Dates street, this city, at 10 111
o'clock this morning, niter nn Illness
of several weeks, fiom a conipliilnl of.
Tho funeral ceremonies will ho hold
nt S o'clock this afternoon In St. An
drew's Cathedral, tin Hinma street, nml
tho Ucv. Canon Mackintosh will olll
elatt Tho remains will ho crcinatctl
Alatau T. Atkinson was born in thu
henrt of Siberia on tho lClh of Nov em
ber In tho year 1840, being In bis fifty
bevcuth J car at tho time "' eleatb.
Mr. Atkinson conducted n prlvuto
nehool when no P. let came to Hawaii
Ho was Inspector general of scliool.i
under thn Monnrchy and under thu
government of the llcnublic of llnwnil.
Hawaii's first Governor, Sanford II.
Dole, appointed him Superintendent of
ruuiic instruction nu mo ntii of .jtiu
1900, the day upon which Territorial
government became crfcctlvo here. Gov
ernor O It Carter, upon taking olllce,
rc-appolntcd Mr Atkinson to tho head
of the educational s) stent with which
ho had been long und successfully Iden
tified Whllo serving under tho Dole
administration Mr Atkinson had
charge of tho census work for Hawaii
Mr Atkinson was also Interested lu
licwspnpei work, having been piesl
dent of the lluwnllan Star Newspaper
Asoscliitlnii, und nt times did consider
nlile literary work for local und other
Mr. Alatau T Atkinson lenves a
widow nnd tho following sons nnd
daughters: A I. C Atkinson, Acting
Hoveinor of tho Territory, Mrs. Arthur
ni in own, Mrs It C I Perkins Mis,
V K V (llbbc-ns, Mrs. S (1 Wilder,
Hnbert W. Atkinson nnd Kenneth At
kinson All Iho public schools nro dosed In
day lu respect to tho memory of the
former Superintendent of Ptihlle In
struction, Superintendent Ilabblll
iinving sent out nu order that thoy
close at noon.
Following mo the pall henrcm; S,
M. Damon, W. O. Smith, P. M. Swanzj ,
A. S llnrtwell, 1!. A. Molt Smith, It
V Hreckons, S. a Wilder nnd A M
Adjutant llamberry, divisional olllccr
for Ilawallun IslamU Division of tho
Salvntlon At my, nnntuinrcs thnt tLo
Army nlllecis In Honolulu will collect
funds for the idler of the sufTciliig In
ICacli collection will ha nulhoilzi-d lu
writing by Adjutant J. II. llamberry.
DIED EM? 11!
126 Kim St. Phone Main 58
You never net dried out cheese from
us. When we cut a large cheese, It Is
sold so rapidly that It doesn't have
time to get dry where, it has been cut.
That's only one of the advan
tages, of buying from a big store.
Desldes our big New York and Cali
fornia cheeses, we have all the fancy
McLAREN, SAPGACO (green),
GENUINE IMPORTED 8WI3S,
Henry May & Co.
RETAIL MAIN 22.
WHOLESALE MAIN 02.
A BEAUTIFUL EIGHT-FOOT ROUND
Top is 44 Inches across.
Only $1750 Only
Coyne Furniture Go.
HOTEL AND UNION 8TS.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL STORT3 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway Station and Trent S. Co., or
rlnn un Halelwa Hotel. Klnn 53.
I On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-nour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m,;
returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
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