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T II.. SATURDAY, KEI1. 2d, 1008.
IS NOW ON
Remnants of all descriptions
WASH, WOOLEN and FANCY
WHAT'S THE USE
of doing without the comforts of life that cost no more than the
necessities whose place they teket Why do without good lights,
for instance, when they arc no more expensive than poor lights t
is a luxury that costs no more than the poorest kind of light.
Wouldn't you say, off-hand, that any one is foolish to use any other
light t See us about having your house wired for electricity.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
We are referring to your house it needs a coat of paint and needs
it .badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put ci by
THE PAINTE RPHONE 426.
' VICTOR TABLE
V". tgw w' ""? ," f ?if.iz.'-ttzzm j
' Tho Republican Territorial Kxeeu
tlco Committee) at Its hoaslon jester
day afternoon paused favorably on tho
party standing of C. T. Wilder who
was tho appol.iteo of Treasurer Camp
bell for Assessor. There mis some
discussion previous. tn tho vote which
was four for, nnd four ngalnst Chair
man rtobcrtson east tho deciding veto
There was no dincusslon during tho
meeting of Tm Lions or Judge Kc
polkal or any ono else. Tholr names
were not mentioned. Tho division In
the committee was on tho advisability
ot endorsement, Hobo tson, Snvldgc,
Krougor, King and Farrlngton worn
lor endorsement. Lane, Ahln; Craw,
fqrd and Kunahu were against. Aftcf
the vote was taken the meeting
promptly adjourned. Tho discussion
was short, to the point, and entirely
Illg buildings down town In San
Francisco nro rapidly filling desplto
h'lgh Insurance rates, and laige east
ern Arms are re-estnbllfdilng agen
cies. The San I'ranclsco Clearing House
Association li to appoint bank exam
iner to probo books of banks holding
membership nnd those whole checks
nro cloarod through mcmbois.
you have lost a coat. Let ns
supply you with a new one.
This Is Not
A Tailor's Advertisement
1'nllowlns Is the program for thd
benefit concert and danco by tho
Church of Josus ChrlBt of Latter Day
Saints for tho purposo of raising
tunds to purcharo an organ. At K. of
P. hall Saturday evening, Feb. 29, 7.30
Oiclicstra Dlamtmd Head Atbotlo
Duet Mrs. Ilubblo nnd Mrs. Na
wahl. Vocal Solo Mrs; S. E. .Cutter, ac-.
companlcd by JIC'Aoa, Jr.
Jiolcctloii-Y-Kawalhau Oltfo Club.
Duot Mrs. Young dndlJIr. J. Ilrlght.
Qulntetto Lei Moklhaha Club.
Song nndJ Chorus Walaluo dice
A fow mlnutos with tho audlenco
Mr. Frank Mays.
Quartette Messrs. B. Kaal, J.
Thompson, W. Kerr and Ed. Fernan
Solo-'-Mr. Eugene Allen.
Ladles ChorUB Lei lllma Club.
Duct Mrs. Malkat and MrB. Kua-
Instrumental Waialua alee Club.
Duet Kalaluhl Twins.
i i a
Austria's effort to Increase her
bphero of Influence violates the agree
ment of the Powers for Joint acUon
In the Ilalkans, nnd Russia Is left
with n fieft Iinnil to work out Its own
policy In tho near cast.
The first count in the contest of
the Bulletin newsboys was made on
Wednesday and it will be seen from
(he record that the boys have piled
up a good score and are taking in
(crest in the competition.
Each boy in the contest has a num
and it will be noted that the total
Bulletin newsboys runs up into
the seventies, although the little tci
lows on the end of the line do not
get much further than to have their
names in the paper. As a matter of
fact, these little fellows are the hus
tlers of future years. That is the
wav the Honolulu newsbovs start In.
First they sell one or two for the big
boys. Then they buy one or two for
themselves, and finally as the big
boys drop out and "go to work" the
'11H1a VJ.1i" .ta trwumrA nnA Inin till
honored list of "office sellers."
It is a rule of the game that no
boy shall allow another to assist him.
It is impossible to vouch whether this
.ule is strictly followed, but. on the
whole, they deal as fairly as boys
can when they don't always stop to
think. The count follows:
1 J. Noble 260
3 Phil. Fernandez 242
G C. Rawlins 228
5 Joe Carvalho 214
2 Geo. Richard 196
7 M. Carvalho 192
4 J. Perreira 150
8 Ping Kong 112
10 Jas. Hawaii 92
12 Domineo 88
11 Enos Fernandes 74
9 Antone Dcmello 50
FEB. 19 TO 26, 1008.
15 Joe Mcndosa 298
14 D. Keliiaa 214
10 Joe Frcitas 208
13 Johnny de Jardin 106
18 John Hoomana 66
35 Frank Vincent 56
62 Edward Poipoi 52
32 Hans Nielsen 50
41 Akana 48
57 John Costa 46
23 Hoomana Akana 42
20 Joe Muniz 40
21 David Munson 38
22 Harisco ." 38
25 F. Cushingham 32
36 Kalovah 24
17 Wilf. Rich 22
69 Joe Medeiros 22
33 Charlie Lambert 18
37 Geo. Hoapili 18
39 Harry Stewart 18
52 John Crews 18
31 Ah Lee 14
71 Ah Qui 14
79 Frank Demello . . , 12
28 Joe Soares 10
53 Manuel Alcveiro 10
CO Manuel Carrcdo 10
64 Manuel Nobo 10
59 Sam Crowell 8
60 Henry Camara 8
42 Souza Vierra 6
43 Kului 6
47 AhChiu 6
24 Manuel Rawlins 4
26 Weston Dower 4
27 Chas. Martin 4
30 Makia 4
34 Geo. Baker 4
44 George Rossaro 4
45 August Perreira 4
55 Ben Pcapea 4
67 .Toe Silva 4
40 Antone Gomes 2
46 Chuck Sai 2
48 William David 2
56 Joe Santos 2
63 Joe Alana 2
65 Willie Kawai 2
68 Manu 2
72 Kaimilani 2
73 Horn; Lai 2
74 Ah Leone 2
77 Ah Fun 2
Tho 3 o'clock band concert Sunday
afternoon will take placo nt thu Cup.
Itol grounds. Following Ih tho pro
"The Old Himdrod."
Chorus nnd March "Tannhauscr".
r! ....-.., , Wngner
Overture "Tho Wntercarrlor" ....
Intermezzo "Entro Nous",Waldtoufol
'Reminiscences oX All Nqtlons" . ,
. ,...,' ,. Oodfroy
"Vocal Hawaiian Songs..ar. by llorger
Fantasia "Musical Delusions" ....
Gavotte "Tho Dawn of Love".Tobanl
Finale "Tho Wedding March" ...
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Handsome Mrs. Hinckley savs her
husband, whom San Francisco, Sou
sallto und Boston regarded as un
Adonis, had how legs und green oyes
and she could not endure it.
A San Francisco probation officer
nppcals to people to help savo boys
wild In women anil girls ensunted by
PROM THE NEWSMAN'S NOTES
Honolulu's professional reformers
iippcar cither to hnvo learned wisdom
from prcvlouc fnlluics or else to bo of
v different brand from tho common
As a general (IiIiir the Hcformcr la
ulioiit as unpractical In his efforts to
lift hlH fellow men to the level of Ids
own exalted standards as tho Inventor
with tho perpetual motion bug In his
bonnet. When he wants to rid n com-i
munlty of the Demon Rum or any of
tho other demons Hut worry his soul,
ho Immediately gets iiikiu the house
top to proclaim tho fact. Ho nlrs his
opinions and plans to the full extent
oi tthat tho newspapers will stand for.
Ho blazonn upon transparencies and
banners tho horrible evils of which ho
complains and then gets upon the
first dry-good o box ho can find and
proceeds to tell the enemies of no
form nil nbnut It and put them wlsn to
Water Supply Enables
A very satisfactory showing was
mado by tho Honokaa Sugar Co. at
ltsiftnual mooting, which was hold
tills forenoon nt the offices of F. A.
Schacfcr & Co. Tho uiso of tho wa-
ter from the Hamakua ditch will give
tho plantation n chance to tnko up a
large area of now land, and tho crop
of 1910 will hnvo the biggest nrca on
record. Manager OJcrdrum reported
in part as follows:
Crop 1907. '2725 acres wore har
vested, yielding 6625 tons of sugar,
or 8.74 tons per acre. Tho grinding
began In tho second week ot January
nnd was finished during1 tho last
week of August. Due to having wa
ter for flumlng and harvesting tho
crop, all our'ikplaiJd plant cano was
harvested" 6ar)V'hcnco 'tho ratoons
for 1909 crop Kre looking very proni'
Tho crop of 1908 will consist of
2400 acres. Wo cstlmato 61,000 tons
of rnne, at 8:G tons of cano per ono
ton ot sugar, will make tho total su
gar output for' tho 1908 crop, 6000
Tho crop tit 1909 will consist of
2800 acres. AK tho cane was planted
In good season nnd the rntoons have
ti good early start, this 1909 crop
looks at present very promising. 300
ncrcs situated . below the railroad
track and which havo been Irrigated,
look exceedingly well.
Crop 1910. Clearing nnd planting
1300 acres of now land will enable
us to let somo of our oldest fields lay
fallow and thereby improvo the yield
of sugar per acre, which at present Is
very small. Tho soil on tho nowly
cleared land lias been analyzed by tho
Experiment Station nnd found to be
For the crop of 1910 wo Intend to
plant and ratoon 3400 acres.
Further on, w,hlle,.BpeaklnE of har
vesting, OJcrdrum speaks ot tho ben
efits derived 'from tho ditch wntcr as
In former years, ono of tho greatest
drawbacks ill Honokaa has bcon our
Inability to get the crop oft In good
eenson, our planting dono. und rn
toons started, In the proper time.
Slnco wo hnvo got water for flumlng
tho cano Into railroad cars tho slow
and costly wagon hauling has become
a thing of tho past and tho early
starting of tho ratoons should mean
nt least thrco-fourths to ono ton nt
sugar more per aero from them. As
I havo said bofora In one of my re
ports, from tho time we got wator for
harvesting our cano in good time, a
new era hns commenced for the IIu
nokuii plantation, overy work can bo
dove-tallod, nnd tho result (looking
at tho condition of tho cano nnd fields
today) Is very encouraging for a
Tho following officers woro elected:
F. A. Schnefer, president; W. II.
Halril, vlco president; E. Pollltz, sec
ond vlco president; J. W. Wnldron,
socrotary; H, Schwartz, assistant sec
retary; W. Lanz, treasurer; Audit
Company of Hawaii, auditor. Iloird
of directors: F. A". 'Schaefer, W. Hi
Ilalrd, W. Lanz, 11. Focko, W. I
Hopper, J. W. Waldron, K. A. Mc-
CARD OF THANK6.
"The family of W. F. Williams dO'
el res to thank his conn ados of Geo,
W. De Long Post, Q. A. R., also the
many friends. who ojlonded their synv
Rov. Ng Poon Chew, Chlneso edi
tor, tells n San Finnclsco Y. M. C. A.
meeting that China in arming ngalnst
nil nations but America,
just how ho proposes and nnnlhltato
and crush them. As a consequence .
thcro Is usually a slip-up somowhoro I
and the annihilation and crushing fall
to conio off ns per schedule.
Hut Honolulu Reformers seem to ha
wIbc In their day and Reiteration, They
liavo learned wisdom, perhaps, from
their enemies, and liavo been taught
that It Is best not to tnlk too much.
So they have taken (o covering up
their trnrks and dragging an anlsesecd
bag arross their trail. That Is how it
happened that I!mal( nw'oko to tho
fact that an attempt Is being marie to
thut out booze, only after much work
!md been dono right under tho noses
of those who would consider any such
an nttempt ns mcddlesomo Interfer
ence with their rights and pilvllcgcL.
If tho wicked unrcformed, who don't
want to bo reformed, nro not careful,
they will be reformed In Bplto of
Their First Year
Everything Is In readiness for tho
first annual luau of the Honolulu
Longshoremen's Union, which will bo
Rvcn this afternoon In the spacious
warehouse on tho Matson Navigation
Company's dock. I'lvo long lines of
tables, with tho chairs pressed tight
against each other, extend the length
of the wharf, nnd will scat at ono
lime In the neighborhood at a thou
Tho first anniversary of tho Hul
Kokua ume Mnnawalca o na Poola,
or Hawaiian Longshoremen's Mutual
Ucnrflt Association, will bo celebrat
ed In grand style by an old-fashioned
Hawaiian luau. No expenso has been
spared to make the feast nn Imracnso
affair. The cooking preparations out
on Lillha street aro being carried on
In magnificent Btjlc. A great Imu In
which tho roast pig, sweet potatoes,
fish, and other things dear to the
inlato of fvery Hawaiian are being
cooked, has been erected. Tho tables
( n the dock hnvo been decorated, and
th flags ot mnny countries hanging
from tho celling givo tho place a
festive appearance, Ilranchos ot co
coanut trees have been arranged ou
und around tho tables also.
Several thousand peoplo nro ox
I cctcd to partako of the goods served
out at the Hawaiian luau this after
noon, for there Is a large list ot In
vited guests nnd prominent peoplo,
besides tho longshoremen and their
families nnd friends, who will be on
hand. There will be speeches, ot
course, nnd President Kanokoa will
preside und do tho honors.
BEE MAN TRAVELS
Dr. E. F. Phillips, tho oxport bca
man, wno came down on tho trans
port Crook on Thursday to Investi
gate the bee situation of tho Islands,
wilt mako a complete tour of the
group during his stay hero, lie vvilU
also address tho Hawaiian llcckcop
ers' Association hoforo his departure.
Ho Is tho guest ot A. F. Judd and
Q. P. Wilder.
On Tuesday noxt he wll) go to Kn
uul, returning Sunday, Tho follow
ing week ho will leavo for Molokul,
ono of tho principal honey Islands
of the group, and tho two next weeks
will be divided between Maul and
m j it Bit
Govornor nnd Mrs, Frear will bo At
Homo to cjiIIois on .Monday from
3:30 to 6. Strangers as well as res
idents aro wolcomo. Thoso assisting
Govornor and Mrs. Frpnr on Monday
will be Mrs. Edwards of Seattle, Mrs,
Knudsen of Kauai, Mrs. Lowrev, Mrs.
Mnrx, Mrs. Hitchcock, Mrs. Marston
Campbell, Mrs. Walter Wall, Mrs.
Stanloy Livingston, Miss May Klue
eol, Miss Juno WInno, Mrs. W. L.
llowers, Mr. Hosmor, Mr.''Fltz, Mr.
Livingston. Tho Govornor's eldest
slBtor, Mrs. E. F. Woodward, and her
two daughters also nro expected to be
present on Monday. They aro pass
ing through to Japan on tho Korea,
which is due on that day.
Ily direction of the President, Sec
letary Metcalf makes public the re
port of Admiral Converse showing tho
American navy is deficient only In
Quantity of ships, not quality,
coast leaders of nil faiths form n
Paclllu biuiieli ot tho Nntloiml He-
llglous nducutlon Society.
fc itowtraidrtr !n r. -mutrl. i-tifiiitnaiiiarTAA, -..Lt6-fcA..-. .
Letters From Schools
liana, Maul, Feb. 11, 1908. I
W. It. Farrlngton, Esq.
Dear Sir: I am writing to let yau '
..... .... i.
nnow nuw v.u mo v"""t "
our school garden.
I was appointed ns a luna. Thcro Into tho sen again and out onco moro
arc four of us lunns, Wllllo HaIa",to hnvo our lunch. Aftor wo had
Sarah Iml, Augusta Wlt'trock, and rur lunch wo got ready to como back,
myself. Wllllo Hnla nnd 1 hare boysjwc rested n-whllo on tho rocks and
under us, whllo tho girl lunas have were then called to go back,
tho girls under them. Wo have dl-j Now I am going to toll you about
vldod tho school garden Into four sec-1 our garden. We planted tho seeds
lions, each luna having charge of one last week nnd some nro growing. Wo
tcctlon. Wo planted our Bccds to-i keep our gardens well and keep
day. nwny tho chickens. It Is hard to
Wo work In tho mornings beforo keep away thoso creatures, but wo
.school, during short nnd long re-
cesses nnd also on Friday' afternoons.
Wo havo private gardens on which
we nro growing Bovcral things. We
will try our best to win tho prize.
I remain, youts truly,
Lnupuhoehoo, Kcb. 13, 1908.
To the Kdltor of the Evening
II u 1 le 1 1 n , Honolulu.
Dear 8lr: I wish to let )ou know
how wo are working on our fatm.
Tho- boys havo prepared eighteen
beds which nro already planted with
vegetables, nnd ten beds nro ready to
iccclvo plants. They aro nil rectan
gular beds, seven yards long nnd four
feet wide. .The hoys havo planted , 3unM!t Magazine. Bho Is n klnd
onlons In two beds, mustard In six hearted lady. Wo read all that a
beds, radishes In six beds, lettuce In I
twn l.n.1.. nnd mm In two beds. Last I
Arlmr n.iv wo nlnntpil rrn-tv-onn ba-l
nana trees and they nic growing flno
nnd we havo planted peppers be
tween them bo ns to savo more
Tho girls nro very anxious to work
In their flower gardcnB. Many of tho
Rowers ie bloomlnc. Somo of tho
girls had planted sunflowers before
Christmas nnd they aro blooming
Last week tho amount ot precipi
tation was unusually heavy, the to
tal being 11.40 Inches. Owing to
heavy rainfalls last vvoek wo were
unable to do much work on our
farm. Very fow children were pres
ent at school.
The boys are working very hard
this week In digging tho stones out
ot tho ground and carrying them
away In .wheelbarrows to the stone
pile. This Is all I can wrtto to you
this week. ,
ANNIE KIM FOOK.
Fifth Vlnulc; Mnnagor.
Ulupnlakua, Maul. Feb. 13, 1908
Mr. W. It. Farrlngton, Editor Eve
ning II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu
Dear Sir: I nm telling you about
what we hud done this afternoon
Wo had Sj rainstorm on Mondny. We
hnu no school on that day. On Tues
day wo transplanted our plants In
our beds. Our plants aro growing
very nicely, Tho big girls havo
swept our school rooms today, Somo
big bojB mado more beds for our
plants, Tho small children's duty Is
to keep our yard clean. We aro still
whitewashing our school fence. We
do a llttlo ot It every Friday,
Kancoho, Feb. 13, 1908.
Mr. W. It. Farrlngton, Editor E v e -n
l.n g II u 1 I c 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I nm writing sou these
few lines to lot ou know how our
plnnts nnd work nro getting on. Our
Nuturo Study In school Is about tho
plants wo planted. Tho teacher tolls
us about tho plnnts, how to plant
them pnd how thoy grow. After that
ho draws the plant on tho black
board and .makes tho class draw tho
plant. We don't hnvo to wntor our
plants this week becnuso wo had lots
of rain. Our radishes, tomatoes and
onions aro growing nicely on account
ot the rain. Our beans are beginning
to grow. We had pretty poor at'
tendance this weok. Wo nro Blow In
building our shop, because our big
boys aro absent. Wo nro going to
plant moro swcot potatoes In tho
Harris playground. I think I will
cIobo now with our best regards to
AH KON BEE,
P.S. I am sending you drawings
of th.o development ot tho bean, to
mato, radish and onion from our
Maknpala, Kohala, Hawaii,
Feb. 14, 1908, ,
Dear Editor: On Wednesday, Fob.
12, 1908, tho Mnkapala School went
on un excursion to Keokea. Tho d.v
was clear and warm. Tho bicoze,
blew softly and gently on tho faces
ot the children. The sea sparkled In
the sunlight.. Wo had flinging be
foro wo left tho school. Wo laughed
unci chatted on our wny down. Wo
lunch. When wo
I reached Keokea, we went right Into
'no water. I went after llmu for
ansa Akina, nnd somo oplhl. Plknkn
nn( I went swimming nnd we saw
I blue fishes below us, Aftor swimming
tor A lonR tlmo wo came on shore
Wo rested ourselves nwhllo and wont
to piny on tho sand. Somo of tho
',..! ..i..i ,t,i. sm hnt
.iiiiuiiii. i'j "....-.... ... .......
imnd - hllls. And nftcr that wo-went
try to do so,
Wnlheo School. Fob. 14, 190S.
It. Hnrrlngton, Esq., Kdltor K v o-
n I n g 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I will tell you how tho
Wnlheo School Is getting nlong with
I ho lesFonB nnd work. Wo nro read
ing Eggloston's Advnnccd History of
tho United Stntes. Wo study arith
metic, physiology, English grammar,
geography, music (tonic sol-fa), and
Hawaii's Young People,
I am In tho Principal's room. Ono
of Mrs. Austin's friends sends us tho
P"B n " " "' B" ' ln'
''I worl11- Wo nr0 vory IntcrCBtcd
m "'0 Magazine,
On Tuesdayn and Thursdays somo
boys go In tho carpentor shop und
somo of tho bojs go out and work In
Tho boys are very much Interested
In their gardens. Tho vegetables hio
Browing very nisi, i nope mai you
. .... ...
w'" K'v "s tho prize. Tho boys wa
tor their gardens In tho
and evonlng. They nro
hard to win tho prize.
Every Friday Is our cleaning day.
Tho girls havo to scrub tho floors,
clean tho windows, blackboards and
polish tho desks. Tho llttlo children
go out In the ynrd. Tho boys take
tho lawnmowcr and pass It nil over
the yard. Wo aro preparing nn ex
hibition for Washington's birthday.
My seat-mate, Tomu Nagntanl, has
finished a plcture-framo for Wash
On Tuesday we havo our sewing.
SomoyglrlS sew lace-work, petticoats
nnd cushion covers.
On Thursday evening somo girls
planted lilies In the yard front ot tho
AH MOY A1IU.
Waialua School, Moloknl, T. II.,
Feb. 14, 1908.
To the Evonlng 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 u ,
Honolulu, T. H.
Dear Sir: Oucss you would llko
to hear about tho election day wo
had In the school. On tho lt7h of
January, 1908, was our election day.
Tho pupils of this school elected tho
following officers for the Waialua
School County Government:
Supervisors: Knwelo Laumauna,
Mnkoa Kahakahaka and Makaokatna
Clerk: Emma Knal.
Sheriff: Kealaula Pun.
Deputy Sheriff: Eddlo Paaluhl.
Judge: Nakoa Kahnkahaka. I
I also enclose herewith tho first
meeting ot the Hoard ot Supervisors
, Jan. 20, 1,908.
Tho Hoard of Supervisors hold Its
regular weekly meeting today at 2
p. m. with Its new officers, Tho
meeting was opened with a song,
"Swift ns the Fleeting Shadow." Roll
Thoso present at tho meeting wcro
Supervisors Knwelo Laumauna, Na
koa Kahakahaka, Makoakatna Kaal,
and chairman ot tho Board, our
tcachor, Mr. A. K. Cathcart.
Hy tho motion of Supervisor Ma
koakalnn Kaal tho following offlccru
nro appointed for the present school
Sanitary Inspector Charles Lewis.
Policemen Peter Dudolt nnd Jas.
The matter of school program was
taken up nnd such changes aro us fol
lows; Swooping James Smith and Ka
11. Hoard Work Eddlo raaluhl.
Table Work Knwelo Laumauna.
Desk Work Susan Knal,
Erasers Kealaula Puo.
Closets Makaokainn Kaal,
School Manager Nakoa Kahaka
haka. Yard Manager Emma Kuul.
Well Hoy Julius Lewis.
Wuter Can ler Charles Lewis.
Watering Hoses Kukuhaoa Kn
moku, Kalelklnl Pua nnd Malannl
Tho Hoard decided and ugrccd tu
let ovoryono who planted trees on Ar
bor Day water tholr own trees oner
a day, -
Thanks for your valuable spaco, I