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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , WEDNESDAY, JAN 1, 1D08
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Program of Festivities largely At
tended by Parents of Pupils
and Their Friends.
(Special to Tlin It u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
Ltiipalioelioe, llnwnll, Dec. 2!).
Last Tuesdny evening there, wore.
grand Christmas dolnga nt Lnupalioc-
hue, about SCO people, Including pu
pils of tho Lauimlioolioe Rchool, being
present. A pretty Christmas trco was
thero and many gall) -dressed clili
ilren at tbu school had the Jolllest or
limes. The manager, the plantation
omnlojes and the Liuipalwelioe pub
He generally contributed mo3t gener
cusly to the tree.
Promptly nt 0:30 o'clock tlio seat
ing of the guests was commenced.
Tho ushers were on their feet contin
ually and saw to the comfort of
their friends. Many of the children's
parents were present and enJoed tho
A most en Jo) able and Interesting
program was carried out. Tha "Klrst
Christmas" was acted out by the pu
pils with satisfaction. This number
In particular, consisting of nineteen
girls dressed up ub angels, who sang
pretty Christmas songs, wus most
creditably done. "A Mother Goouo
Christmas" followed tho Hist act. It
was well rendered. The children, by
their work, showed the excellent
training they received. Tho singing
of "Old King Colo" and "Thero Was
a Crooked Man" was well admired.
This wound up with tho arrival of
Santa Claus and tho presents wero
distributed. H.tch child In thn room
roclved some gift.
Tollowlng Is the program In detail:
Song, "Loud Thro" tho World lio-
clalm" Ity pupils.
Itecltatlon. "Tho Chrlntims Stor)'
Song. "Christmas Song" lly pu
Recitation, "Tho Klrst Christmas"
Itecltatlon, "Qhrlstmas Song" lly
'Tho KIrBt Christmas", n drama in
three acts. King Herod, David Kim
Cook; attendants of King Herod, Kit
Maliu, Walohlnu; Wlso Men, John
Among, Jas. Kaolowl, Sam Ilolokahl;
Shepherds, William Lacha, David Kim
I'ook, Fred, llranco; Priests and
Scribes, Abel Mattoon, Jno. Carvalho,
Koala; Mother Mary, Mary Mowry:
St. Joseph, Jno. Cnnalho; Angel No.
1, Annie Kim Took; Angels; Christ
He tn cen Acts Song, "Wake tho
Song of Jubilee," by 3, 4 und C
(Iradcs; song, "I Ilrlng Good Tid
ings," teachers; song, "Angels'
fong," pupils; recitation, "O Little
Town of Ucthlchem," Wm. Lacha;
song, "Olory to Cod In tho Highest,"
pupils; song, "Gloria In Hxcelsls JJio,'
teachers; song, '"What Lend In
fant Can This He?" pupils; recita
tion, "This Is Christ," Joscpblno Kot;
song, "Tho Christmas Star," pupils;
recitation, "What Can I Glvo?" Julia
Moses; recitation, "Madonna," Galml
na Nobrlga; recitation, "unrisimas
Stars nnd Hells," Mary Nobrlga; song
Christmas Carol," school; song,
King, Itlng. Happy Dolls," school
"A Mother Gooso Christmas," an
entertainment for children, llcrtlc,
Louis Nobrlga; Nurseryunn, Annlo
Kim Took; Mother Goose, Mnry Mow
ry; Peter riper, waionmu; aimpio
Simon, David Kim Took; Hoy Hluc,
Keala; Jack Horner, Willie Knllno;
Hobby Shafts, Manuel Nobrlga; Twee
dledum, Jno, Awong; Tveedledce,
Sam Ilolokahl; Tommy Tucker, Wm.
Laeha; Jack, Fred. Hranco; Jill, Jos
ephine Kot; Tom. tho Piper's Son,
Napua; Miss Murfctt, Nell Awong;
Mistress Mary, Galmlnu Nobrlga,
Margery Daw, Oliver Hranco; lied
Hiding Ifood, Annlo Awong; lio-Peep,
Abel Kim Took; Weo Willie Winkle,
Edward Chi Took.
Distribution of presents; dance.
A smnll lire nt Knllhl broke the
quietness of New Years Day this
morning. It occurred nt T. Hnsmus
sen's place at Toma Abo acnuo,
which branches nut from the Kalllil
road n few hundred feet below King
street The Palamu fire station sent
one engine to the beetle nnd tho pa
trol wagon, with Driver Scully nt tho
ribbons, made n line run. Tho blaze
had. however, been extinguished
when the department arrived. Toma
Abe, the ox-tnember of the police
force, having done tho trick with
Eomo buckets of water while tho own
er of the plnco sent In tho 11 ro alarm
Hasmttsscn stnted that lie was ly
ing In bed enjoying u clgnr and that
ho fell asleep. The lire from tho weed
iitught hold of the mosquito net, and
when Ilnsmussen nwoke he was sur
rounded by a sheet of flame. He call
ed to Toma Abe for assistance and ran
to tho lire alarm box Tho mosquito
net and Mima of the bedding were
consumed by the (laities nnd part of
the wall scorched. The dntnago was
in thi country for all seasons.
HUUANU . BELOW HOTEL.
'.HE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leavinjyour Watoh, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair vou have theienefit of fcrty-seveh years' experience. Fine,
complicated watchs a specialty.
Orders By Ma( Promptly Attended To.
If42 Fort Street
THE KINO IS DEAD
(Continued from Parja 1)
between thn roomy Iannis and tho
beach looked llko Christmas tree
with their crl colored lights.
The St. I-oula Alumni gao a dance
nt tho Young Hotel, where ninny ot
tho members and their friends if
sembld in tho makal jialllon to
dance tho old )ear out and the now
year in A Kaal qulntot furnished the
music for this dmce, also, Fish horns,
decorntcd with the red and blue of the
Khool, wero distributed beforo mid
night, and when tho hands of the
clock pointed at 12, a racket broke
loose that must lmo assured 190S
that ho was tho guest of honor.
All over town thero woro private
gatherings, whero merry crowds ns
Ecmbled to bid farewell to the old nnd
welcome tho now.
The largest public gathering was at
tho Y. M. C A., where tho annual
lunch was sencil b) tho good ladles
ot tho town to )oung men and tho
ttrangcrs within tho gates
All tho principal clubs In town, In
eluding tho Commercial, Pacific, Uni
lerslty and Hlks are keeping open
houso today and rcccUing their
Iriends, who are being treated as tho
tplrlt of tho occasion dictates.
RICHARD CHARGED WITH
Secrotaty Wood of tho Promotion
Committee has written V. L. Waldron
that ho Intends to tnko up tho matter
of n Central Callfornlan excursion to
Hawaii with tho San Francisco Mer
chants' Association on his return trip.
Ho also hopes to enlist tho aid of tho
boards of trade of Oakland, San Joso
nnd Sacramento In order to niako tho
excursion a representative ono.
Wood Is also getting together n
bunch of literature on Hawaii which
ho will forward to Admiral Evans'
llect when It touches cither ut Wo
SPECIAL SALE OF
C. AOTaADF ,
PLAIN and Engraved Tumblers, Fleur.de
Lis Finger Bowls, Brandy and Cordial
Glasses, Rhine Wine, Sherry, Claret and
Water Glasses, Beer and Ale Tumblers,
Hollow Stem Champagne Glasses.
Lewis & Co., LtcL
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CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE,
1C9 KINO bTEEET.
P. E. R. Strauch,
SETH LOW IS PRESIDENT
Now York, Dccombor 17. Belli
Low, former Ma) or of Now York
City, wns today elected president of
the Civic roderntlon for tho ensuing
Mr. Low's ejection followed the
resignation of August Belmont. Mr
Taft was named ns tho head of tho
now publlu cmplo)oos' welfaro committee.
(Continued from Pace
of tho assets of tho i statu which came
Into the hands of Illchard ns executor
was a aluable leasehold of lands at
Knllhl; comprising 455 ncres, which
was leased b) J Heleltilio to Manuel
Antono Baroto nnd Illchard for a term
of fifteen )cnrs from August 1, lS'Jl
at an annual rental of $150.
It is charged that provlous to bU
discharge, Illchard assigned, or pre
tended to assign to A J. Lopez alt Ba
rcto's Interests In this lease, but the
rurported consideration for this as
signment was a wholly fictitious ron
blderatlon, and that In fact tho nsslgu
ment was mndo Without any consld
oration. Tho complainants belloe
that tho ono half Interest thus as
fclgned wns at-the time worth at least
It Is further shown thnt on July 23,
1899, Illchard, as lessee, and Lopez
csslgned the Icjho to Henry Holmes
lor 12000. Tho assignment to Lonoz
had bcon mndo without order of tho
Court nnd without notice to tho par
ties In luti'rest, and tho complainants
beliovo that this assignment was
merely a fictitious, formal transaction
and that Illchard alono received nil
tho benefit of llio Iwo transactions and
nil of tho 12000 paid by Holmes, one-
half of which represented In Justice,
and equity moneys for which he, as
executor, should hao accounted to
tho estate. Further, that tho two
respondents in tho two transactions
named conBplrcd to obtain for Hlch
urd tho entire profit from tho sale of
the lease to Holmes and to deprho
tho Baroto heirs from tha ono hnlf In
lerest to which they were, and nro en
The complainants bollevo that Ulch
nrd has nover accounted for tho al
leged consideration from Lopez, and
thnt ho effected tho assignments with
fraudulent Intent and for his own per
fconal gain. Tho complainants first
found out about theso transactions
About September 30, 1907 through In
vcstlgntlon made by Savldgc, who
placed tho matter In tho hands of the
firm of Thompson & demons buv
ldgu mado a demand on Antono for an
accounting for tho moneys uujustl)
iecelcd, but Antono neglected to
Tho complaliinnts pray that tho ro
spondentB bo ordered to nccount to
them for their equitable sharo In tho
proceeds ot tho assignments men
tloned, iintf'thttt the) be declnied tins
tcos and debtors of tho estate In ro
spect to thtseV.moneys.
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WaohliigU"), Doc 17 President
rtoosovtt!t'H,tfarl est caller today was
Thomas W Law.son of Boston On
leaving thi WhltAllouso Lnwson said
that ho did not ciro to discuss tho
object ot his visit.
74 S. KING ST.
Mr. W. J. ELLEFORD presents
Mr. Frank Coo ley
Supported by a Company of excel- JQ
Just Arrived 1
A Tall nnd Complete Linn of the Famous
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This shipment embraces ml the uhoico IIciuz eood tiling for
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TATINEE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1ST,
THURSDAY, JAN. 2D,
"DOWN BY THE SEA"
Popular Prices: 25, 50 and 75 cents.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Ghirt Waists, Fancy!
Oyster Cocktails and
Every Day After 4 p.m.
SCOtty'S, The Hoytil Anes,
Cor. Merchant and jMr.uann Sts.
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
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0PP YuUNG HOTtL
, . Now Lines of Ties, Bolts
lirklinff Plrf SmokingJaokets, Bath Robes Jxmtln
TRY ONE FOR THE NEW YEAR.
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FORT ABOVE HOTEL ST.
You Want Electro Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION EIJCTRIC CO.,
CO Beretania St. Phone 315.
Tha WJikly Edition of tht evsnlno
Bullstln givtt compl.U tummiry of
the nevts of tha day.
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