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KVKNIrO UUiXUTIN, HONOLULU. T It. MOMD Y, JUNE 20, 1910
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San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Squat)
Juit opposlta Haul St. Frncl
European Pac S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and btick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000, High class hotel
atmoderate rates, Ctntcrcf theatre
and retalldistrlct. On carllnes trans
all tralnvand uteamcrs. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawits." ABC Cede.
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A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in its
assemblance of sheer walls of great height, imposing .peaks,
and the number of iti stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quich,
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Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Hue furnished looms, Jl per day
I1C and upwurds per month. Splen
MRS C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beacb
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"At Reasonable Prices " ,
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KING STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
AuUtarlaxI Ai.aU I
JgW "Elastic" Cabinets. I
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
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WAILUKT. Mnul, Jut p 17 Ka
nichnniclin 1) ly, June 1 1, was duly
kept in Wnlluku. l'lnga of govern
ment litllrcs, business houses mid jirl
vate cltlzms wimp (lying nil da). In
tin" evening the Knnhiimnmt Curls
t l.i u Uimcnvnr Society guvo a ion
(ort mid dm e nt the Wullukii Town
Hull, which wus attended by over
no hundred nnd fifty people, prin
cipally Hawaiian-Amer ans. The
excellent program waa carried out
succcKtifull) and lasted about tin
hour and n quarter.
Dancing commenced at 9:30 nnd
lamed until midnight.
The concert was declared tn he
one of the best yet given In the
Town Hall, the performers being
members of the Cntholl:, Episcopal
nl.d Congregatlonnl churches ill Will -
lukit. The hall was decorated for
the occasion with (Kitted ferns by J.
1'. Welch and others. I-nrgo Hawai
ian and American flags, the property
of Judgo J. W. Kalua, were placed
In prominent places on tha Bingo and
added grcatl) to tho decorations of
On Siiud.iy morning nt 11 o'clock
tho Kauhumanu church people held
commemorative services In honor of
Knmehamcha, nt the Town Hall. He.
fides tho largo congregation, tncro
were present members of tho Hnwnll
Chapter of tho Order of Kamehu
nicha and the members of the Kna-
humanit Soclet) from Walelm and
Wnlhce. Auditor Chas. Wilcox was
orator of the duy Ho narrated Im
portant epochs In the lives of Kn-
lnehnmeli.i the Orc.it and his equally
Illustrious Queen Kaabumamt, the
Kuhlt.n Tiu His talk lasted over
nn hour nnd wnB rop'eto with his
toric Interest The birth, wnrg nnd
government of tho great statesman
were dwelt upon at great length h)
tho speaker In the finished styleof
a historian nnd educator of liberal
views, his wordtt being listened to
from begli nlng to end with great
Interest. 1 lie fact that Kaalmmami
was burn at Walhee mado the Vval
bee ladles feel proud of their Illus
Dm lug" the afternoon a luau wn
given bj the members of the Kanio
lianieli.i laidge at JJio homa of As
tessor and Mrs. J. II. Kunewa. Two
excellent tables wero Bprcad, around
which wcie Routed over aWt guests,
Including luemheiB of the Kaolin-
mnnu Slftlety nnd frlci.da. Among
the Invited guests present ro
.Judge and Mrs. J. W Kalua, Mr.
and Mis. 8. M. Kniiakanul, Deputy
Sheriff and Mrs. IMgJr Morton of
Maknwao, Sheriff nnd Mis. W. 12
Saffers, Deputy High Shu Iff and
Mrs .1 1' Welch. David Morton, .1.
A. Aheong, 0. 11. Cunimli.gs, W. V.
Kaie. Carl Hose, Mr. and Mm.
Henry Robinson, Mrs. A. Cummlngs,
Miss Nancy Cummlngs. Miss Hecky
WllkliiB, MIB3 Hattle Mnnu, Mrs.
Mlnervn MiUnn. C. H. King. CIiub.
Wilcox, Rev. I... II. Kaumehelwn.
Mr, and Mrs. J. 1.. Cornwcll, Miss
Mm ton, and many others. Mr. Kn
nakanul waa made toastmaster. Aft
er piylng an ex'ellent tribute to tho
great connueror, ho called upon
Judgo J. W. Kalua to respond to a
toast for tho great coi.oueror, ana
tho-ppenker held his hearcrB spoll-
bound for over fifteen minutes, lis
tening to Ills o'oquent narration of
the ullanl deeds of tfie dead hero
Mr. Keola responded lo tho toast for
An effort Is now being mado to
forin a branch of the Kamehatncha
Lodge on Maul, and already many
Mines havo been secured to n peti
tion to the Honolulu lodge asking
permission for tho establishing of
a branch on Maul, whore Kamoha
molm fought hlB first battle for the
unification of (he Islands under his
able guidance nnd rule.
BOUNDARY CASE TO
The famous- I'epeekeo boundaiy
cute, whl h taiised such n Btlr be.
tweot. Judge 1'nrsonB and the office
of the Attornnj-Oenonil, has leach
ed tho Supremo Court.
After hliiK dormant for mora
than four jeura, the case was de-
1 elded by Judgo Parsons at Hllo, or.
rnthei, ho gao an opiniuu in wnicn
he stilted that the oUdence submit
ted "was too meager to arrive nt a
Appeal was taken by tho Terr!
tor from this opinion, and tho pa
pern 1 1. tha case were received from
Hllo nnd tho case placed on the cal
FiuUir of tho Supreme Court by
Clerk Thompson this inoriilns,
The application 6f the Intcr-stnto
commercn law, ns far ni tho wntcra
of Hawaii arn concerned, seemed to
have received tho worst kind of n
blnck cjo from tho picscnt congrcsH
That national body Deems to hnva put
to one side nnv consideration w hut
over of tho measuro.
On Saturday the railroad rato bill
becamo 11 law. To this hill Reproscn
tatlva Good, of Iowa, hail tacked on
an amendment providing that Inter
slate regulations should apply to tho
waters of Hawaii In regard to tho
steamship business between tho Is
lands. When tho bill went to conference
tho House copy contained the clause
applying the Interstate rules to wat
er transportation in Hawaii. Tho
Senate copy of the bill, on the other
hand, contained a clauso prohibiting
tha application of Interstate com
merce regulations to wator transpor
tation anywhoro. That the llotiso pro
vision waB defeated Is certain, but
there appears to be so mo doubt ns to
whether the Senato'provlslon passed
Vice President McLean, of tho ln-ter-lslnnd
Company, Is of the opinion
thnt the Hoiibo clause has been
knocked out, but he ennnot Bay Tor n
certainty in rcgurd to tho Senate
Pop You have ncaru the story of
(Icorgn Washington's cherry tree?
Tommy Yes, dad. It's a chestnut.
Scrai.ton Tribune Republican.
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