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Chijo Mnru Feb. 21
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Alameda Feb. 22
Maktra Mar. .4
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planter. It may take a little time '
for the results to become apparent,
but they are sure to come. The wiM.j
planter is not niggardly with hill
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Parade Pass Along
Streets Of The
HONOLULU'S 1910 Fjoral Pa
rade has passed down into
history as (he best ever. A
perfect day fell lo the lot
of the celebration. Tho
' weather loft nothing to bo
desired. Thousands lined the down
town streets hours before the big
and picturesque pageant was sched
uled to leave the place of formation
at the Capitol grounds.
It was just a few minutes after 10
o'clock this morning when, to the
trains of the Industrial School
band, the, parade commenced to
wend ltsway through the multitude
of people who were banked In a solid
mass along the Capital square and
stretched far, and away over. tho, Una-
np nitVf.H - - J"- t ', r '
It would seem as 'If as many had:
gathered outside the mile 'limit as
were to be found within the bust
nesstjdislrlct. Pol lowing In the track of tho mu-,
slclans was Old PUIkla, wfio Is to
meet his fate within the fiery bow-'
clry of the volcano crater tonight.
PUIkla had a final fling at his ad
versaries. He Indulged In all sorts
of facial contortions and created
, amusement all along the line.
The Island princesses were the at
traction to which all eyes were turn
ed. Their appearance caused salvos
of enthusiastic cheering and enthu
Uncle Sam and an Individual who
might have been attempting n uur
lesquo upon Mr. Rockefeller's Stand
urd Oil Company trailed the Insu
Tho motorcycle and bicycle were
features In tills year's parade. Much
care and attention had been expend
ed In their decoration.
The Honolulu fire department
came In for a share of the parade
honois, and the handsomely-decor
ated Are truck and ladder wagon
diew not only honorable mention
from the bevy of judges, but the fire
laddies wore also presented with a
The pa-u riders followed in the
wnko of the Are department. Tho
ililers created tho wlldost enthusi
asm from the spectators as they
dashed along the line of march. The
riders formed a striking picture as
tltoy came dawn Dereta-nla street
near the turn at Victoria.
The Honolulu Lodge of Elks oc
cupied a conspicuous part In the
Floral Parade. The antlered hera
were all there with the big nolae.
Led by II. Torrance Lake and a
.squadron of poHce, arrayed In fan
tastic costume, the Elks section cro
'atcd more ainus(iient than any
other featuro of the great pageant.
The famous water wagon ' wbb
mounted by a brace of stalwarts,
while Carrie Nation smiled her ap
proval of a buuch of hot sports
clinging to the wobbly deck of the
vehicle. In tho Elks section was
nlBo seen Jo-Jo, the dog-faced ,man,
who came all the way from Hllo to
be present on tliltf occasion. A
flock of clowns and funny men add
ed spice to the Elks exhibition.
The , coastwise suspenslonlsts re
ceived n Jolt In the passing of the
good ship Suspenslonorbust, which
wnB a craft of fearful and wonder
ful proportions. The vessel was
manned, by as Interesting a crew of
pirates as ever greeted the pages of
u' penny dreadful.
The Cblneso Merchants' Associa
tion certainly did themselves proud
in the arrangoment of their float.
The big hit of' this exhibit was a
finely-executed Chinese dragon. Tlio
float was drawn by horses and upon
It rode n number of local Chinese.
Tho Urltish float, representing Old
RARE BEAUTY ON PARADE
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Tho prize-winners of the 1910 Flbral Parade, as a result of the
Judging at. tho baseball park thin morning, aro. as follows":
DECORATED; AUTOS. ' s.
Grand Prize for Decorated Automobile Awarded to pldchlno
entered by tho Harvard Alumni. Secorii) prize .awarded to machine"' tt
entered by Princeton Alumni. Third prize to' machine entered by ,tt
James McLean "Queen of the'riosos." 'it'
Special grand prlzo of stiver cup tt II. F. Wlchmajn's car, U
' Class D First prlzo to Mrs. Hustaco for auto representing "Sum- ri
mcr In Hawaii." Second prize to Cllve Davles" for machine' represent- St
lag ;'fltudy la Bluo and White." 'Third prize' to Mrs.Walty forbear U
decorated' with American Dcauty roses. tt
Class C First prlzo to "Liberty Bell" car of Mr. King. Second d(
prlzo to Mrs. Frank Baldwin of Puuncno, Tho'thiril prize was not 'It
awarded, tile machine entered by Louis Tounalnf. breaking down. A
AUTOMOBILE FLOATS. " It
Flrtt Prlie To car entorcd by. von Hamm-Young Company for zt
auto representing "Evolution." Second Prize To car .of Japanese M
Merchants' Associated, "The World." .Third Prlzo to Pacific -Club II
Float. Special mention to car entered by A. Oilman. ' M
HORSE DRAWN FLOATS. tt
flrand Prize and silver cup to float entered by Hi Kamehameha tt'
schools. Honorable, .mention .to float entered by Territorial OBcJalf,, ff'
ariU6htiaBtJUpforaatrVl;ngrpole.r Mdstfrn!51e'me)ftlon' -ffiTllbaC V"
of Oahil Railway Company on coastwise suspension. Special prize 'SI
fonfloatfpf Chines Merchants' Association. -, ' - U " It
Second "prlzo, for float. "Oermar.y' Entered by Hockfeld & Ca It;
Third; prU for float representing landing of missionaries. Honorablo tt
mention 'for'float, reprosiritlng Great Britain. tt
THE PRINCESSES. tt'
Tho princesses wero Judged In the following order; Hawaii, tt
first; Molokal, second; Maul, third; Kailnl, fourth, and Oahu fifth, tt '
.THE BICYCLES. ' It'
The first prize In tho bicycle- division was awarded to tho bl- t
cycle yacht Hawaii. Second to tho entry from Fort Shafter and. tt
third1 tii Undo Sam. i It
A special banner will be presented to tho Honolulu Fire Depart- tt
ment for Us entry. As tho pa-u riders' rode, ty iho Judges' stand tt
thoy we're prosentcd with ribbons by .Mrs. Frodr, wlfo of the Governor, tt
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Schools Float, and H. F. Wichman's
Machine Awarded The High
i Trophies Of The Day' , ' '
The three grand prizes of , tho Floral'
Parade wcro won by tho machine cut-.
fred by the Harvard University nlumr
nt oi nonoiuui, ino mocnino cniuruu uj.
II. F. Wlchman and tho float of (ho
Kamehamcha schools, representing life
The H. F. Wlchman & Co.'a dec
orated auto was a perfect gem from
an artistic point of view. It repre
sented a basket of La France roses.
Mr. M. Johnson was the driver and
Mrs. J. D. Dougherty sat directly
under tho handle of the 'basket,
which was tastefully decorated with
streamers of pink chiffon.
The fenders of this car were cov
ered with roses, as also the radiator,
The basket Itself was made, of bam
boo and laubala. The wheels were
profusely decorated with roses ami
asparagus fern, The general effect
wag most pleasing and dainty.
John Bull and a bevy of pretty
lasses, draw a second prize In the
competition for honors. The float
received gonerous applause as it
passed through tho city and to the
league ball grounds.
A red flag of merit was awarded
to the German floSt, which was also
a conspicuous figure In tho parade.
The creation of the towering battle
ments and the castle was the ad
miration of the masses.
The Territorial float, following In
the Hue of horse-drawn exhibits, 're
ceived 'a flag of merit.
The Outrigger Club did n consid
erable amount of promotion work
during the passing of the parade by
the clever float which was prepared
under the auspices of this promis
ing outdoor club
To Fort Shafter was awarded the
second prize for the best decorated
float in tlio bicycle section.
KAKEHAHEHA GIBLS IN . '
A HAWAIIAN SETTINO
One of the most Interesting, and,
unlquo floats was that of the Girls'
Department of th' Kamehamcha
schools. Mountod upon a huge plat
form, and drawn by six horses, this
float represented a typical Hawaiian
homestead of tho period of Captain
Cook, and the tapa industry.
Everything about this float was of
gcnulna Hawaiian manufacture. From
the roof of tho grass hut hung sovcrali
calabashes anda decorated gourd, as
In the olden daVs. Theso wcro usiml
ly placed on a branch of a tree near,
the ridge pole, to bo out of reach of
animals that might bo attracted by
the smell of the good things they con
tained, Tho gourd UBed on this oc
casion waa formerly ono bolonglng
to tho late Queen Emma.
Tnpa was tho old paper-cloth and tho
only cloth that the Hawaiian used to
clotho themselves with, liuforo tho ad
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The St. Louis 'College band added
Its share to the melody accompany
ing the paraders. ,
Halley's comot was presont In the
parade, but It did not attempt to ex
ceed the speed limit In traveling
through the atreets of Honolulu.
The parade covered the prescribed
lino of march, and at 11 o'clock the
first part of the pageant had enter
ed the league ball grounds.
The Judges were there assembled,
and. following In the wake of the
parado came thousands of people,
who flllod the grandstands and
bleachers and overflowed Into the
It may be said to tte 'Credit ot
Honolulu pollco department that tho
day was characterized by the best
of order being preserved, Tho
crowd "was ably handled by Sheriff
Jnrrott and Messrs. Hobo, McDullla
and Kollett, his able deputies, ,
EICHK0N1, Cal., Feb. 22. Wsleut wins in fortieth round.
referee (topped Jthe Bjru at Battling;
1I0HH0S, OU.;. Feb. SB. Tai-fW Mtwoen.Woigaat and Hel
for the' lithtwrtfkt chapieshio aa witnessed by 10,000 light
in th rail. Sidle Seaith is re f tree. The itrhtinir was fierce from
the outset,-botf ekawttg blood' earlv is' the .contest and alternately
forcing the flgat. Wolgttt ia the better becer and batteilH Kelson's
fate' badly TkeBytv-kowmr, wu aackeekad-amd retarned strongly
with bard bodf'sH'l eSebaHttd at start wusfe.
At the, end of Use tweaty-ttard
, I .
Btasusantw wusa-. pevaa.xiaHl i
aMMeri.to ue jww
Tali lit, jlwVts leai
cided. or coattrvM'tiusr ue "jodim
of this nerxror.t;fhonld not have a
larger talarr thau the': jadget of the
United States circuit courts. Marion
De Vriet anal Jamell'jr: ftftith of Cal
ifornia, were among the original ap
pointees. Judge Cose of New York
declined, the appointment tome
w : .
WASHINGTON, t. C.. Feb. 22.
The .House today passed the Indian
appropriation bill, It carries a total
of $9.250.000... H , 1
1 8TAN0S. READY TO '
", SERVE VOU., H, '
while' the public baa; a 'gen
eral .Idea Of the business of
a triist! company, there are
many who do not know In Juzt
What mannor such an Institu
tion as ours can serve their
Individual needs. ' Therefore
we enumerate' tho following
features of our Trust Depart
Our Company acts, as Trus
tee and Executor of wills; and
as. Administrator and' Ouar
dlam Our Company acts as Trus
tee under mortgages and trust
deeds, as Trustee under agree
ments relating to Life Insur
ance, and declarations, of trust
generally, and receives and
manages sinking funds;
Our Company. aHs as Trus
tee .for Investing money, col
lecting Incomes and caring for
Our Company acta as Depos
itory for Trustoea un.d Otlicera
having Iho management of es
tates and funds.
Our Company acts as Re
ceiver nnd Asslgnco under ap
pointment by court.
Our Company acts as Regis
trar and Transfer Agent In
tho Issuing and recording of
stockii and bonds,' ' '
In addition to these trust
Our Company writea surety
Our Company writes flro,
accldenUnnd life Insurance,'
Our Company Insures auto
mobiles against flro and acci
dent. Our Company acts as brok
ers In tho purchssa aud Salo
of stocks' nnd bonds;
Our Company has an up-to-dato
real estate and rental de
partment, Our Company rents' safe de
TRU8T COMPANY, LTD.
Fort and Morchnnt Streets.
Nelson was helpless.
renM Mnen were even.
WAflmniiov. d. o.. rb. m.
TM ItM Casaatttae oa Nswai Af
fain hartaeihr decided, to npiit ls
vorawT efwwg sjsjicvwx wfttri fcee.;o determined' that SherlfJ lar
mtt bareea reematiatiSB umit-Jm .
. - Aj.t .fa i a .. -..TJi. rrn'iw
w J" V
f-si ' nitUiiii iinrivi iii
suiac snuauon oere nas snown no M ,. . - , .... , . , , ,, .,
improvement today, and We are;" l,,e IaW8 u what u nW),u'1- '
WnLbiiiidnflnhifitertS The -" '"cnent ""
Js?!' TsS?rf,to ,ne lll! Trlbun8 bVWhP Libert
SriaJw?.ti1 rfrffcJtS S- l'ho,hcad of tho Catholic Church In the
&i!? f Sfex" utSt "Lallan Islands, a churchman whose
submitted to the varion labor ,.,2 i.. .ii. n.i -.fc.
unions of the city, i
In anticipation of furtb,rhrouble, !
augmented by flvethoniahd men.
LOS AN0ELE8, Feb. 22. Conlcy
got the better of Abe Ariel in the
teventh round of the battle fought
here today for the bantam chain'
SAN FSANCISCO. Feb. 21.
Beets: 88 analysis, 13s. 6d.; parity,
4.86c. Previous quotation, 13s. 4d.
COMES TO TOWN
C. II. Iluckland, the former editor
ot tho Hawaii Herald, was' an ar
rival at Honolulu this morning by
the Matson Navigation liner Wll-
linlmlnn. Kir Unfb Inrwl tth. rnlln.f.
qulshed his duties as tho guiding,
hand of tho Herald to accept an ap
polntment with the Hawuilan Imml-
gratlon Ilureau. who have delegated
tho newspapor man to accompany a
number of rejected Portuguese Im
migrants to their home In the
Tho Press float was a pretty design
of pink and white carnations entwined
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,"'"" ",';. ?, kV ",llQor truffle is well regulated, aud th"
of a pole bear ng the banner "Uubllc- , cd mU
Ity.' Tho body of tho car was of , tlavo. however, not given the
green, and In letters A n and S wore' ,,. qU08ton nlucll gtU(,y( mu , ,.
worked In monogram fashion on the , tend bn my relnm ,0 Honolulu, to'
front of the nutol Tho cur was driven j.g over somo nrtlcloa which I have
by Mr. Morgnn and riding In It wero on t,o question. These do, h6wover
Ezra Crane, representing tho AdVcr-'i fCe suro, take tho vlow against pro-
tlser, Ruth and Frnnces I-'nrrlngton hlbltion.
representing tho R u 1 1 o 1 1 n, and Rur- "I bellovo good might como from
roughs Honslml representing tho Star, tho abolishing of the saloon. That Is
Tho car was tho handiwork of Tom, tho placo .whorp tho greater part of
Sharp and tho flowers wcro mn.lo by
tho children of tho public schools.
Trouble Breeders Among New Arrivals
Bring Out Large Numbers
,v"Vou can cut me Into little pteco.i
and take then) over to your quarantine
fsjand. Otherwise you cannot make
me. Move from, here' declared ono ot
tho' Russian immigrants who Is at
present bousod In the planters quar
ters noar the Channel wharf.
And three .hundred and fifteen men,
womeii!arid children backed the apoak-
"er up jn ,hs declaration, ond rcfit-oJ
i to Ip aye the hnd when ordered t: J'
so d- tlio Board ni tjeaitn ninnoriuoi,
wkn Umi 1Aj.1a4 ,1.4 lh Wttnf Mr,V
I would' hare to go to-quarantlne owing
to .several cases of' diphtheria having
.The, attitude, of the Russians nnntr
Head Of Catholic Church
Is For Temperance in
tt -'Tersonally I am against) pro- tl
tt hlbltion. , M
tt '! believe that 'prohibition is tt
tt foullshness, , tt
views have' always commanded the
Sa".hoTlcraCnk7nB " a""
Hlto he wa,
nBked what wero his views on tho pro
"Personally I am ngalnst prohlli!
tlon," ho anssejed. i bellovo that
prohibition Is foolishness. Tho It'Ii
iprovcrb says: 'Virtus In Medio,' that
Is 'vlrtuo Is In tho mlddlo," nnd prolil
bltlon Is an extreme.
"What wo need Is a strict enforco
ment of tho laws. What Is tho uso ol
drafting prohibition laws, In case thoy
nro not enforced? It Is a well known
fact that stolen apples tnsto tho
sweetest. When a thing Is forbidden
It Is human nature to want Just that
thing. If wo have prohibition I am
sure thcro will bo an Increase or
drunkenness, and the manufacture ot
Illicit liquors will be greater. It is an
open secret that okolchno Is being
made all over the' Islands. I don't'
know who makes It, but It Is thcro
and' ovory week or so you read that
""J1 ntt8 een found or n "blind pig"
has been raided,
"If you saw how conditions nro In
"". !l1l l!' V
convinced that regulation nnd tho cu
forccment of tho law is the proper
thing. In these countries thcro Is no
such thing as prohibition. You see
men sitting In' tho cafes and drinking
their Klasa of beer, but you do not sec
anything like tho drunkenness whlrli
IkrAfallu It At A Tlt, nf In ttAAnatrtn Slw.
" liviu, .iiui in n,4u,,: uiU
tho ovll originates; but it Is foolish
to try to prohibit tho salo ot liquor, for
' ' ' . " -T' ' .
rett was telephoned for and ho hastM
lly got a S(iiad of etlit ufHccrs- to-j
gcthcr and dlspatcliud them under
of the trouble. , '" T
too snerin went to tin- slica lilni-1
self, aud on seeing tho ttate ot niM
icir. no jn oiico inane arrangqmenis
for twelve, special oOlcers moro toW
mt.t'l til Ih.i fftfpo ln ucm Inlriicp
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c.iro of the Immigrants. J M
i I i-aitivii, jiyi-oiilll.l VI bliu uaiu
of Health wis oa tho spot, an! he waiT
assisted by tcxcrnl Intorpreters who'
endeavored to mako tho Ignorant Ris-J
tisns unaerotanur mat they wcro not
gnlng to bo execute on sight, aad
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All Arranged For
Miss Van Kirk, tho unfortunate
vmnin vhn la nfnlptp.l i'ltl, UtSl
viius- nance, nnil who I at pres
ent conllncd in tho lnauo Asylum,!
will ho released In time to catch
(he Alumc.Ia tomorrow morning to
the Coast. I
Vvsterdax nftornoon tho Lunacy,
Hoard, composed of Drs. Cooper and
fltirllpft. vl .If a.l tltn nuvlnm .tii.1 v?
tmll.n1 Xllsl Vnfl K'lrL Ttin nc.'il?
of their examination nnd tlielrj
Kiiuwiciigo oi me nisiory ot tne cose
Induced tho examining .board to de-
cldo that It would be perfectly Rate
for Miss Van Klrlc to go on the Ala
meda, especially ns tho stcwardeai
of tho steamer knows tho patient
well nnd takes a personal Interest
In her cnto, ,
Miss Van Kirk slept well last
nigui, uut tnis morning did not ex -J
press any desire for food. She IsS
of courso, allowed to have her ownj
way In that matter, as Dr. Petersons
thinks ft bettor to do so. The un-j
fortunate woman Is now awaro thatl
tho cablo that was nddrosscd tc h'erTJ
care of the 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n, was from!
her frlond Ell Cope, and grutluailyj
as tho shock ot tho treatment shej
wns subjected to wears off, It Isj
thought that sho will get muclij
better. v ,..S
Miss Van Klrk'a return ticket oa!
tho Alameda Is in the hands of the!
purser of that steamer, and as shej
has cmple money nlso, thcro will;bfi
no trouble nbout her movements
when sho arrives In San .Hrnnclscovl
where sho will be met by frlendsW
Tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock"
Dr. Peterson "will, personally, 'bojjI
that Miss Van Kirk Is put on noaraj
tho Alameda, and thero Is no daub'tjl
that tho care sho will have an th
steamer and tho week or so rest will
St her for the arrival In San Fran
Most overy man you met saldjtT
was perfect except for the Incident
of the llnpld Transit breaking the
lino of the parado on King street?!
Tho mon from othe'r cities, whoti
know how traffic Is repeatedlyl
stopped In the largest cities -Jotj
America to nccommodate parade!
crowds, were tho most vigorous ital
their denunciation. fclj
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muso wno won )t.wui get it, nnyhos
it is tlio nuuso of liquor which la;to 1