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EVENINCt BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T H BATUnDAV. MAKCII 7. 1908.
H-ll. Ulll.ll.l 10 II II I I -
CIJOM I'MIS rSEVVS.VlArS NOTES
I seo that there appears to be a
ihnncc that Congress, In Its work of
iifvln th. criminal statutes of tho
United States, may leave out the Ed-
.. . w
I see also that this hns
tauced great alarm among the minis
ters of Honolulu and that they aro
fighting tooth and toe-nail to havo
the statute kept on tho books with
out modification, the Ministerial As
sociation having sent Congress a me-
uiuiiui u,s,..B ....... v..v .-. isened on buttered toast or with a
Intact. I delicious champignon sauco. They
The ministers are, of course, hon- )lfive ,mblUp , , bltnR( ,)tlnK on
est In their belief, but I believe thnt . lho noso Jug, nhcn onc ,g nbout (0
lluwall would be much better off If got ,Uo n ,llcc 8nooz0i or almost cart
thry were to lose the fight. Despite j)nK our hnntl awny whcn out on the
the theory back of the enforcement 1 (lnn nml gnl(1 ll(ind ls cclrcllng
of the law. It looks ns If moro harm (, enticing ngure. Did you ever
is done to morals, reputations and BP6i j ,ncan feo ,ncm 0 ti,0 0 jj,
character, with llttlo compensating & L. trains. Well along with their
good, by the enforcement or tins
meddlesome statute, than by any
moral laxity which may exist In the
Territory. Virtue by legal enact-
ment must be en unsatisfactory Kind ,
of virtue at the best, nnd In this In- mosquitoes. Surely they aro Import
ftancc the only apparent effect of the cd, along with some of tho company's
law, aside from providing a handy other paraphernalia for tho comfort
bludgeon for people with a grudge, Is of the passengers, at all events that
to keep hidden acts which aro appar- if the reason for which I thought the)
ently not lessened In prevalence. 'v.cre there but I was mistaken they
If the Edmunds Act wero fairly en- ( wero there to keep the conductors
forced, there might be that' much to awake. The last time I rodo over tho
say In Its favor. Hut the Federal of-j line, I actually captured ono of these
ficlals say themselves that they cn- birds and took him or her homo for n
force tho act only when complaint ls souvenir, nnd discovered tho real rea
made by some outside party. That ls son for their being there. This ono
lo Bay, they never act unless some had evidently had Imbibed freely of
man or woman who wants to get the Conductor bceausc when I accl
even with someone else, or who has dently smashed It, I heard a faint
some other axe to grind, "slcs 'cm voice say Tickets, please, Tickets,
There are occasionally instances The haoles and tho Hawallans mm
where, perhaps, since wo have no no' " only voters In tho Territory
Territorial law which provides for of Hawaii who have learned tho real,
the punishment of men who wert true value of the franchise nnd the
their families, an nrrcst and punish-- lnntngos which may bo obtained
ment under the Edmunds Act mlgfiE hr " Possession. Our Japanese
seem to bo Justified, though It Is "'ends, ho promlso somo day to
doubtful If any real good ever comes rlay a very Important part In Ha
of resorting to an unusual law to so-' wallau ,olulCB' ,aro learning. '
,.,. ... ,.n.l,mnt nf n nnrtlrnlnr I ' w8 Wandering nbOUt tho Capitol
offense j building a few days ago, waiting for
Hut 'even In cases where there ." KxcSllency th? Governor, to send
might seem to be n shadow of an : '"V11"1 opott up. his. heart on the
cuse for the enforcement of this law, , Ra?: Quabbto.whw I was an
there ls no assurance that the of- "'fcd V JPo who Is pretty
,'., ..- .-i.fc. a in- well known to a good many Govern
: . .., , , . '. - -"-1-I..-I
ktnnce of this kind occurred recently, '
when n well-known man of Honolulu
left his wife and several children, i
uroito up lie uuu.o in u int., uuu.
ifler being the cause of H-dlvorce In
.h,t family, was arrcsjed upon com-
plaint of Hying In .open defiance of
the liw with his "friends" former
wife. Yet this case was "dropped."
without trial or hearing of, any sort.,
i,rti4M iie'Mui-e ino rrc(.cu uiau
I , i.,..-, -! to li.no Influential frluds
n. uu-neii tne mailer up anu jiaa;
i he cat.0 dismissed. ; , ,bo llatm, hng ..Ullt hat do
I hi,. Is no isolated Instance. The v , calu ,vIlo g Bhcrirf?" I lnqLlicd
una kind of thing has happened be-i (llriously.
tun mid will happen again. The law; ...eBSe excuse. Me. I got natural
not fairly enforced. It Is even zat(on ,)al,t,r gay can vote, and tho
doubtful If such a law can bo fairly ' Japaneso pulled from his pocket a
unforced. And, If It can, tho lesson' mmpnt dated hick In tho days of
of tattling, perjury, back-bltlng. tlio monarchy which Informed tho
which It teaches the very peoplo, lVU,la ltul j,0 had been duly natural
whom those who favor Its enforce-1 zed nnd mado a subject of tho King
ment want to reach, docs Infinitely dom.
more harm than tho evil which It In
supposed to correct.
If nnjone has any doubt as to the
evil effects of the law, a visit to High
Sheriff Henry's hostelry over on the
reef ought to convince him. Tho
bight of comely Hawaiian women in ,
Jail, women who will hencefqrth
have to bear the stigma of the Jail
bird, women who are doing time be
cause they happened to bo caugnt In
tho commission of an offense which,
whatever Its moral effect, Is only In
accordance with tho demands of na
ture and which If the law against It
were fairly enforced would land n
good many other people on tho reef,
tho sight of theso women Incarcer
ated along with burglars, murderPi'S,
filthy Porto Itlcans, flubby, pasty-
faced Korean counterfeiters, moral
degenerates of all kinds, Is not calcu
lated to make the thinking man be
lieve that any real good can come of
the enforcement of this Act.
Just because a baby out In the Ma
klkl district took a notion the other
evening to practice his singing lesson,
tho Maklkl Are engine was railed out
by an nlarm turned In by excited
neighbors, who thought someone was
yelling Are. Thero nearjy was a lire,
too, for the remarks of tho lire lad
dies when they discovered what the
trouble was nearly blistered tho paint
off the building.
When I picked up tho paper In tho
morning and read what It was that
had called out the department the pre-:
vlous evening, I was considerably sur-1
prised. Not that nny one of a dozen , reply from his mother. "Dear Teach
babies In that district can't yell loud cr," It run, "Tony ain't no roso.
enough lo call out a flro department, Don't smoll him; learn him."
but thnt their neighbors had not liecni
Btunned Into apathy long before. If II
had screamed when I was a kid In the
oar-splitting, deafening, Boul-harrow-
Ing, nerve-racking, Insanity-producing
way some of the parents out on "Cry-
baby street" othepvlso known na
Wi'dlocU Avenue allow their young
mica to do, my datf would not im
murmured "hush" In a gentle tone o:
voice. He would hne spread me oicr
hls Pnternl Itnce and applied the end
of ft trunk strap where It would do
. M,nH, Mn.,t t ...... . . a- it.-
"',... b . . . . .
.ueiMincy memorial iuna lo proviaing
a echeot for the education of fathers
Mosquitoes are funny things as well
as being dangerous medically annoy
ing physically and distasteful when
CC carBi t10 raroa,i has nlco lamn
one at each end, throning n sixteenth cn thclr heads nnd some on their
0f a candle power light each, and lastLuM,,,.,,, gomo )m( yellow skirts
i,ut not least and returning to the
crlglnnl subject, thoy have nlco, nice
ment' officials. He sidled up ard
.,. .,. .
,,..',, ,.7 '
"what you think
, ,,. Wlle ,0 confcss tnal 1
lhnk mlfA BSnl (hat iftf
,iui blall.h , socla, cccmorac8.
wb Q0 ,ou want t0 knowr (
.., ant , kn ttho yo llnk b
ah(irl npxt ,mj ,. rtturn0l, nly ,.
nifri. . infnrmel him that thero
n guild many other people who
..,.., ... ii.,i,,iv ir,iPrntP,i In !miw.
"M0. I can vote. Please excuse. I
think me entitled to guv'ment Job."
Sure, koln. What's tho use of hav
ing a vote If you can't get a Job out
Hutchins, Commissioner of
public Instruction, Is somewhat of a
recontcur nnd Is able on occasion to
liven up tho not ocr-excltlng meet'
Ings of tho Hoard of Education by
telling a story which apropos to tho
LUbJect miller discussion.
At tho Inst meeting of tho Hoard
n conin,utilc-itlc:i from certain Indig
nant parents was received, asking the
removal of two tiachcrs because they
had told bomo of the children that
j the condition of bald children was
i not us cleanly as It might bo. This
, reminded Hutchins, nnd as soon us
i tho Board had adjourned he told n
story of an incident which Iio said
had been roported to him by n lady
friend who teachos in San Francisco.
The tenchor had a pupil whoso
name might have been William It tie
had not been an Italian. As It was',
his namo was Tony, Tony was not
overly studious, nnd ho waB also
somewhat remiss In tho ubo of soap
tml water. Ho had beon many times
admonished by tho teacher, but wlth-
"t elfect. Finally Teacher wrote a
noto to his mother, in which she Btn-
ted that Tony not only wouldn't
btudy, but that ho was not clean. In
fact, he smellcd bad.
Next day Tony brought Tcncher a
Dr. Robert II. Dawburn cut strips
I of skin from his own body and graft
ed the cuticle on his son, n student
and athloto at Princeton University,
Young Dawbarn hud undorgono an
operation for appendicitis nnd gan-j
grene set In around the Incision, ma-1
king skin grafting necessary. '
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Letters From Schools
Maemae Children Tell
Macmao School, Oahu,
Feb. 24, 1908.
W. II. Fnirlnglon, E3q!, Editor
Evening It u 1 1 o t l.n , Ho
nolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: I went to see tho pa
rade Saturday, It was very pretty,
When I wont down wo went straight I walking and somo wero standing. Tho
to the palace nnd nil the nutomobllcs1 parade was very pretty. Thero were
wero there ready. Wo stnyed thero a many pa-tt riders. Somo wcrclross
llttlo whllo nnd then tho policemen cd yln led nnd some wero dressed In
camo nnd told us to give room for the j jellow,
procession. Thero were many nutomobllcs.
First camo tho cowboys. They) They had nrtlflclal (lowers but they
camo on horseback. Then camo tho ' were not the samo colors. Somo of
.,., H,lnr4 emnn hml lftlit nf nmtlo them wern vnllow nnd KOiun wero blue
uml 8o,nc nk nnd somo purple.
Then came the bicycles. They
were decorated with artificial flow
ers. 1 saw a doublo blcyclo with two
boys on It. It had all purplo flowers.
The bojg had the samo kind of um
brellas nnd yellow flowers on them,
I think It was Miss Angus that I
saw In it. I saw tho Japanese auto
mobile. It had stars and when tho
automobllo would move tho stars
would turn around.
I saw the Chtncso one, too. II hud
a big animal Hvhlcli tho Chinese had nrtlflclal flowers. Our teacher went
put on. It was very pretty. I saw n an automobile. I saw n canoo on
an automobile with old tins and tho an automobile. Thero wero fish
men wero nil rusty. They had a around tho canoe. Miss Jordan went
brush on their hands. 1 saw nn nil- in an automobile, too. Tho uutoino
tomnbllo with n boat and Hawaiian hllo wub decorated with miillo nnd
boys were paddling It. had somo blue flowers on It. 1 saw1
I snw a man dressed Just llko Kc-,nn automobllo decorated with sugar
mchamcha. I think thnt was all the cano flowers. I saw n Jnpaneso uu-
automobllcs thero were. Then 1
came home with my sister.
LENA GOMES JAIIDIN.
Maemae School, Feb. 24, 190S.
It. Farrlngton, Esq., Edltor.Evo-
ii I n g I u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
,.'T.' H. - '
Dear Sir: On Saturday, Washing
ton's birthday I went down to seo
the -parade. 1 saw tho automobiles
and they were decorated with arti
ficial flowers. 1 saw Miss Jordan's
automobile. Her automobile had
morning, glories on It,
I did noLseo
jour automobile. Somo of the peoplo nutomobllca decorated with artificial
clapped their hands and ono woman flowcrs, i gaw an automobile deror
snld to us, "Thank you." They said atC(l wlth yellow and b)uo (owers.
that therewcre going to bp 42 auto-j , aw. MIm .Jordan's outomobllo
moblloB, hut.thcre-wore not soniany.i,lccorated wUb niorninR glories. I
The Chinese automobllo was fine.
saw somo pa-u riders, and one otW,th many coiorB. t Baw nn nuto-
them almost fell oft her horse.
went to tho place. There wero some'.,, . Somo wcro rcsgcd ,,
fire engines and they wero decorutcd ' ',,, ,.,, Rnmn In vnnw .-,, HomB lnl
wun paper nowcrs. inni is nn mat
i saw Saturday, my lamer nao nara
work to drive the peoplo back. AH
tho Mounted Police had hard work.
Maemae School, Oahu,
February 27, 1908.
W. It. Farrlngton, Esq., Editor Eve
ning liullotln, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I went to see tho pa
rade. I saw tho canoe on tho auto
mobile. I saw a horso .with n hat on
his head and many pa-u riders. Then
I went up to tho Country Club. They
raised tho flag at the Country Club.
Tho flng was red, whlto and blue. I
am a golf caddy and I earn nionoy.
Macmao School, Oahu,
February 27, 1908.
W. It. Farrlngton. Esq., Editor Eve
ning liullotln, Honolulu,
Dour Sir: On Saturday 1 went to
seo tho Floral Parade. 1 b.iw ono of
our teachers in nn automobile. I saw
iiutomobilcs with flowers. I wont to
Punahou to seo them ride. And I
taw pa-u riders and I naw automo
biles, bicycles mid carriages. I saw
Kamchamoha and tho canoo. And I
baw decorated cars and prizes. Thoy
were all nlco things and I bought
candy down town nnd I came homo.
I saw Miss Angus In tho automo
bile. Yours truly,
Macmao School, Oahu,
February 2 J. 1908.
W. It. Farrlngton, Esq.,, Editor Eve
ning 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I did not go to boh the
parndo on Washington's birthday. I
went to caddy. Tho Hug wus raised
at the Country Club. Saturday the
Country Club had a match game, I
saw the automobllo with yellow (low
ers. I saw the car with hluo flow-
era. Tho men played golf.
Alaemao School, Oahu,
Feb. 24, 19081.
W. It. Farrfugton, Esq., Editor E v o -n
I n g' 1! u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: There were many peo
ple on" tho'sldownlks. Some were
nnd somo wero green nnd some wero
pink. The nutomobllcs stood at tho
palace ground. 1 went to see the nu
tomobllcs n't the palace ground.
s v ,' HELEN MOORE,
i' Macnino School, Oahu,
Feb. 24, 1908.
V. II. Fnrrlngton, Esq., Editor E v o
n I n g II it 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: Wo saw many nutomo
bllcs. Thev were nil decorated with
tomobllc. It was decorated with
wind-wheels. I saw tho pa-u riders.
1 saw tho cowbojs. Many llttlo bos
went on horseback. My uncle went
on a black horse. I Baw the flro en
Clue. Yours truly.
4r "' THANK SOUZA.
' Fourth Grade. .
Mncmae School, Oahu,
Feb. 24, 1908.
W. It. Farrlngton, Esq., Editor B v o
n I n g Dili lot In, Honolulu,
Dear Sir: -I went down on Sat-
..r.av to BOe he narnde. I saw the
Iiknw .. nhlnpsn'nutomobllo decorated
mobile with a lion in It. 1 saw tho
pinKnnuBO.no luyenuw mm Buuio iu
fireeni , saw a horBe wlll, u lmt on
,,, hcn(1 nnd wlth j,ants on, , Baw
a boy riding on n horso and tho boy
had his faco painted. I saw many
cowboys riding on horses.
Macmao School, Oahu,
Feb. 24, 1908.
It. Farrlngton, Esq., Editor Eve
ning H u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Denr Sir: I went down town to
seo tho Floral I'nrado. 1 Baw many
people. Thoro wero many .people In
front of tho Palaco. Tho people
woro looking nt tho Parade. Somo
peoplo woro In nutomobllcs. 1 saw
many nutomobllos. They wero dec
orated with nrtlflclal flowcrs. Lots
of automobiles woro decorated with
artificial flowers. Some wcro decor
ated with real flowers. Tho cowboys
camo first and tho pa-u riders, .nnd
then camo tho Punahou College chil
dren on horseback. And then camo
When the parndo went out to tho
I l'unahou Uollcgo grounu an mo peo-
Plo wont there, too. Whon tho pa
rade went there I camo homo and did
not go to seo the parado at tho Puna
When I camo homo I went for a
car ride. 1 wont on King street car.
I have nothing moro to toil you,
Maemae School, Fob. 24. 1908,
W, It. Farrlngton, Esq., Editor Eve
ning II u 1 1 o 1 1 n , Honolulu,
Dear Sir: I went down on Satur
day to see the parado. I saw Miss
Jordan's automobllo decorated with
flowers. I Baw tho automobllo decor
ated with many colors. Tho automo
biles were decorated with artificial
flowerB. I saw n lion In un automo-
Idle. I buw an automobile decorated
with purplo flowors. I saw tho pa-u
riders. Somo wero decorated In
green, and somo In pink, and somo
ollow. I saw n horso with a hat on
his head. A boy had his faco paint
ed pink, I snw tho flfo engines, Thoy
wcro decorated very nicely. One nu-
lomobllo had a boat with boys In It.
Laupuhochoc, Feb. 28, 1908.
To tho Editor of tho Evonlngi
i U I 1 V 1 1 II , UUUUJUIU
Dear Sir: I tnko tho liberty of
writing ou these few lines to tell
ou about our school farm. Wo had
ery dry weather tbls week. Wo wa
ter tho plants dally, tint) they tiro
Our farm Is very rocky but we nro
going to work hard nnd tnko away
til tho locks. We planted two beds
with onions, two beds with cabbages
and one bed with carrots. We'plant
cd ninny other kinds of vegetables-.
When Mr. Mnrclol went to Hono
lulu ho brough't back many seeds. Wo
nlso received seeds from tho Hoard,
nil of which aro fresh. Our teacher
brought back many trees. Tho trees
nro lronwood, mllo nnd banyan trees.
We planted some of them In our
school yard. Tho children will tnko
very good, care of these trees.
Sclchl has n position which was
offered him lately. Ho Is tho farm
bookkeeper. Ho writes down nil thb
produce that we plant nnd many oth
I hope that wo will get along nice
ly with our .work up to June.
' Fifth Grade; sLuna.
Knneohe School, -Feb. 27, 1908.,
Mr. W.' It. FrtrrlilKt'on', 'Editor Eve
ning Bulletin, Honolulu,
T. H.. .
Dear Sir: This Week I havo been
chosen by our tenchor to wrllo our
weekly letter to the II ul lot In.
Wo have six beds hiv our garden.
Each 'bed Is foity feet long and llvu
feet wide. The cabbages nro grow
ing. They nro nbout two Inches
high. Wo will transplant them next
week. Wo nio drawing the develop
ment of tho cabbages nnd radishes.
The girls hnvo brought boiiio more
plnnts and planted them In tho gar
den. We planted somo beets' but only
n fow nro growing. Wo wntcr our
plants every day, morning nnd nfter
noon. Every week wo hnvo to boo
tho weeds from killing tho plants.
"All tho other plants aro growing
nicely. This week tho carpenter
boys nro putting on tho rafters mid
tho battens of their workshop. Our
tweathoi the last fow .days has been
hot hud dry;lmt, to-day It started to
rain heavy so our plants do not need
i 3rd Grade.
Kcokea School, Feb. 2S, 19QS,
To tlie Editor' of' the U v o n I n g
I) u 1 1 6 1 1 n , Honolulu, T. II.
Dear Sir: Girls and boys nro still
continuing filling up beds. Wo havo
finished another bed tills week, and
have an urea of 324 squaro lect of
sarden beds altogether.
On our first bed wo scattered somo
- - - ",
,nm ' en Jll0 r0 rcm
of our Becds, nnd Intend to transplant
WOBOWcd lettuce, cabbace. nml
radish seeds. Wo havo dry wcatl'or.
All GNO LOOK TONG.
Private llcujamln G. Steoncrson of
tne United States murjnu corps, n
son of Congressman Hnlvor Stecncr
son of Minnesota, and u man believ
ed to be John M. Mcintosh, n mniine
awaiting discharge, Jumped off tho
lug Annlo It, Wood, on tho way from
Newport, It. I to Fort Greble, and
Several tine Building lots at ?uu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
ifxo cash, balance S1U per ra.
Besides other property at greatly
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDfX, 74 S. KINq ST.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 001. Telephone 931
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL WESSKN.
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
For Expert Repairs on Dlcycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, etc, call on
J. E Santos,
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
POLLARDfS LILLIPUTIANS COMING
WIHMPWMjmilllllllMllll1lrilM1MI IIIISIPlWtl MM
FREDDIE HEINTZ AND OLIVE
More like ono large, hnppy family
is tho Lilliputian Company than any
tiutcllng band of players on the the-
ntrlcnl highway. Thoy nro n nioi.l
excellently trained grgup, both on
the stngo and off, nnd It would bo
hard Indeed to cot together n band
of forty yoiingcrs of nix to fourteen
yenrH of ago fiom among any class aro tho only icqiilronicnts for pro
whoso notions In hotels or public motion to regular professional mid
phiceii could bo moro frro from fault, paid work, mid In the bclccllon Hindu
The Lilliputians nro directly under
mo supervision oi mreo lames, anu
with the llttlo folks lho least word
fiom onc of them means obedience.
Their profession occupies thoimlni's
of tho Juveniles. Their Miitcrosl In",
ttio work bofoio them lit no time lags
on account of sucli. occurrences ns. ni o
usually to attractive to me growic&.iyio. loan iijinioacncs ns ucariy as is
healthy jiuith of either sex. Thcy"lion.rtbI6 the regular homo training.
llko fun, but any rudcnosH or overly
linlhlcioiiH tendencies lire dlsioilrngH.
Hut they nro good, nml It ls surprls -
ing tO'learn tho few trouliletKinot lulday, and. Hid forty ninHll.folk.uiiJoy
their vnrlous and wldo travels. ,.
lllcs; quite n largo number nro chll-
Sealed Tenders wlll bo received by
tne (Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in, of Monday, March' UOlh,
for fiirnlshlug nil material nnd labor
and constructing a Oni? Koom School
Houbo nt Lnupiihnehoc, North Hllo,
Mid n Threo Room School Houso at
Pahiiln, Kan, both-on tho Island of
Hawaii. IV II.
Plans and specifications on fllo In
tho nflU'o of the Superintendent ot
Public Works, Honolulu', nnd Wil
liam Vnniiiittii, Hllo. Thoy may upo
bo had from F. C. Eaton, School
Agent, Walohlnu, Kniu for the Pa
hala School, and from E. W, ll.irnard,
School Agent, Laupahoehoo, N. Hllo,
for tjiu Laupahoehoo School.
All tenders to' be on- blanks fur
nished by the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works Imd In separate onvclouos.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Woiks reserves tho right to roject
any or all bids.
. MAUSTON CVMI'IIELL.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, March Cth, 190S.
me n niicfltf" kS
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing an
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
Theso rlilldrcn gio BolectciJ cacii Tlie oraniziilion will nrrivowiero
ear from tho lyiliiiii chon'i,, 'iitj'oii tSc''Nliiion'Mifrii piQMirri'lijjatli
Training In Melbourne 'arid., j.iiroand feaVnfor S.ViiIkticf8C(ilon the
drawn from miinyj rlpwes otf Jlfi!.' Mou(olla,pn thc2Sth.'L''!J jj rt
Many of them nro from "wealthy fam- "A Kuuaway GlrV has been solect-
MOORE IN'A RUNAWAY GIRL"
dren of parents who nro actors thelit
felves, but iJio majority nro rhlldrcn
who, Irivlng exhibited abilities of n
oucciMsful theatrical career, havo
been pl.Sccd at nn early ngo In tho
training school, where thoy arc gtveii
Instruction In even thing theatrical.
I In tho school, ability and talent
j when the rompany Is to bo enlarged
oit changed in its membership, tho
competitions for tho coveted honors
are keen nnd nptrltcd.
The ou 111 fill players a in nil un
der con I met mado In accordance with
i lho laws of Australia, and tho raro
. nnd nttcntlim ghen them while on
A tchool-muBtcr Is In constant nt-
tendance, and thoy nro given regular
1 and ttrlct hours of schooling each
. tho life.,
ed for tho opening bill.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
BONDS OF HAWAIIAN SUGAR
We, lho undersigned, WILLIAM
O. IIIWIN nnd E. I. SPAlAJlNO,
Trustee! under Deed of Trust dated
January 24, 1902, mado by HAWAI
IAN SUGAR COMPANY, to tho ull-
I derslgncd ns Trustees, lioroby; glvo
I notlco to tho bondholders of lho Ha- '
wallau Sugur Company of the elec
tion Of said Company lo redeem nnd
pa', and of tho redemption and pay
ment ot tho following numbered
bonds of bald Company on, tho first
day of April, 10CJ8, nt'U-o oirico of tha
Mercantile Trust Company of San
Francisco '" t'10 Klt' "ud County ot
San Francisco Slnto ot California,
Honda numbered: ;
ii 121 -"rio
hgM. k. ...
Tho holders of nbovo iiiimborcd
bonds nro hereby uottlled 'to piesent
for payment of principal nnd Intor-
ebt to April 1st, 1008, and Burronilor
raid bonds at tho place nml on tho
dnto last nbovo mentioned, nnd that
i.ftcr April 1st, 1008, fill Intcrpst on
said bonds numbered us aforesaid
Honolulu, T. II., Maich 2nd,',190S.
W. 0. IIIWIN, ,
E. I. SPALillNO,
Trustees 'under. Bald Hawaiian
Sugar Company Trust
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.,
APOKAA SUGAR CO., LTD.
At tho annual meeting of (ho share
holdors of tho Apuluui Sugar Oo., Ltd.
hclil In Honolulu on Wednesday, Fob
ruary 2Cth, 1008, tho following otllroiB
wero oloctcil to servo for tho ensuing
E. D. Tennsy , President
C. M. Cooke Vice-President
T. H. Petrle Secretary
C. H. Atherton Treasurer
J, B, Castla Auditor
Tho abavo named ojHcerH also con
stltnto tho Hoard ot Directors ot tho
Company for thu namo licrlod.
T. II. PETHIi;,
Secrotury, Apokao Sugar Co.. Ltd.
Honolulu, Maich 4, 10JS. 3942 lv