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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1911.
a quiet, refined h0u8e or
American Plan -Hnnin with llnlli nml
Hoard from H 00 a Day
European Plan Ilonm 1 tli llnth from
12.00 n Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlgh-clmm rnmlly nml Tourist Hotel
Half block fiom Columbia llitntir.
nnil on tho edge of Hip lti tall lip
pliiK District Every room with 1'rl
utte Hath Positively Fireproof
W. E. Zander, Manager
Geary Street, abate Union Squate
Juil oppoiin IJoi-l Si. Frtuit
European Plan SI E0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
Incs cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters'.
Cable address, "Traw eta 'A U. C
Code. Keservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
F.WI.NH (lie licMirtlfiil pari
Ir, Hie limrt of the elly,
which It the theatre nt
the p.luclpnl events ot
the famous frslliiils of Kan
1'r.iiM Imii, Hits Imlel, tu en.
tlrmiiiiciit unit iiiiinpliTC, ex
presses most plcionutl) the
roinfurtahle spirit of old Cal
The rnjnllj ami nobility ot
IheiOld World and the Viir
Must nud -the men ot high
I'lili'iciiicnt in America who
Assemble lu-re rotilrlhiiln In Hie
rosiiiopolltan atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
the liohpltallly nml liidltliliial.
III of .San VruniNio to the
'I lie building, which marks
the farthest uilimirn nf science
In kcnlci', Iiiih iinir tho largest
rapacity of niir hotel strurturo
In the 11 est, mid upon rumple
tlun of the Tost Hlrot niiiici
nlll he the largest rnruianscrj
In the it orlil.
WHILE THE SntVICE IS UN.
USUAL, THE l'lllt'ES AHE
European Flan from $2.00 Up
A PRIVATE HOTEL OF
Emma Street, Above Vineyard
MISS JOHNSON, Proprietor
A Mecca for Boys Who Love Outdoor
, ... LHe
Tramping, Mountain CUmblng, Ilaso
bnll, Track, Tenuis mid Kwlnunlng.
MAPULEHU VALLEY, MOLOKAI
July 1 to August 1, 1911
For particulars address.
Prin, C. T. Tilts, I'unnhou Prep School
Prof, C. E. Barter, Oahil College
Public Service Association
THE MOON 8HINES BRIGHT AT
LOW F(AJE,S FOR THE SUMMER
' Roonts and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop,
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
j bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
.J, s.w ...-
rnon Wb or can at Ul &. King Qt.land you llva In or oro visiting.
We hjtvo an entire new stock
nr mouldings snllnblo for every
iluss nf (id lure Frames from
thee mouldings Will tiling out
the tunes nml color value of your
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street Below Hotel
IN COPLEY PBIKT5
PACIFIC PICTURE Fit AMINO
;050 Nuuanu Street
PLACE CARDS AND FAVORS
Novel designs nml artistic conceits
fnlthfiilly oxtii uted. Tliu prices uro
nut omul Ingly low
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
LOCAL OIL COMPANY
WINNINGSUiT FOR LAND
llAKEItbFIELD, June 0 An olllrhil
of Hie Stniidiiril Oil uniiany Ib le
ported an mitlmrlty fur tlie statement
tiiat within sle wciks tlie government
will begin iictlini to oust clalmnnta to
west sldo oil lands wlm had not be
gun development work prior to the
willuliuvvny older of September, l'JOU
On the action taken by tho emolu
ment will IiIiihq the tltlo to many
thousands ot acres uf oil land of meat
The Honolulu Oil Company won the
lii-si HKirmisn in tno sun urntigiil uy
tho llncnit Vista land company for
. ,.... ... ...i..,! ,n no nt I.. ,i.A
pilHSCHHIUil Ilt BIH-llllll l.'Ou1 HI IIIU I
Iluenit Vlf.t.i hills, when Jiulgo Hen
nett In tho miperlnr court sustained
Hr demuvror with leno to amend.
Tho Mercantile trust company lias
asked tho court to award It $ll!l.'l, duo
tlie Sunset Ithnd oil company us the
holder of llnad nil company bonds due
MISS LIST TAKES
The fntri'pi'l uewsglrl, Miss Orauo
1,1st. Is so delighted with the tropic
beaut) of Honolulu that she Is In no
huro to iiihIi on tn the Orient. .She
has the agency for scwrul of tho lead
ing tua!:nrliK-r and Is making a rnnvnss
of the city. Thero Is a cash prize of
fiitd by tho Hampton Magnzlno for
a "0-day rciord, nnd Mlis I.lst Is
Klrltlng hard to get tills, lis It will
amount to over $300. Tluro Is nisi) n
special prize offered by tho New York
Di.iniitlc Minor, and with theso two
ptipns, one n monthly nud tho other
u wtililv, she should certainly mako a
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 14, 1911
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Jules Diidnlt mid wf to J W Aknna
Knonl Kenwo to Pnaulln Agrctl
Trent Trust Co I.td to Martin J
Honomu Sugar Co to D.itld Kn-
D.rtlil Knlanl nud wf to O llrewer
& Co I.td D
(eiieWittc (1 Wood and hsh to
I.nty It High . D
Knlollawea (w) tn Jnno Pnmroy... I)
Martin J Condon and wf to Sun
Ant Port llent Soiy ot II M
Tain Clione nnd wf to Tnm Sing D
Nnwelu and wf to Tnm Sing D
Entered for Record June 15, 1911,
From 8i30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
list ol fleoiKo C lleckley by Jdge
to Mary C lleikley et nl, tr.,,.
ll.ink nf Hawaii Ltd to Oiling Lum ltd
K. Kltngawii to Ol.ia Sugar Co
11 Oflihnn ct al to Olaa Sugar Co
K Slilmnda In Ohin Sugar Co I.td. .CM
Ynmnilj to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.... CM
A donkey being tuuispurtcd finm
tho city to Knlmilkl In nu auto truck
yesterday caused considerable com
ment along the streets, but It was ac
cording In orders. Low Is' stables waa
tho eonslgueo of the donkey, noting
for Italpli Johnson, who, upon being
nolllleil that tho animal had arrived,
ordered LohIh In tnkot to Kalniukl
as Bonn as lie ruuld It was. done with
tho auto truck
The Bulletin Illustrated special
edition wilt be of much Interest to
tTsiAMrJdt AA 4 fjAASll,Aa mmJ mIbIio. It.
( IfrllMOl a it uvviUfl UIIU H'v'Ul' III
Father Valentin Prefaces Cer
emony With Divorce
I'retly little HI Augustine's clmpel
lit Willl.llll wns heniitlftilly ileeoruteil
last night 111 honor uf n wedding Hint
look place tlicin early In tlie evening,
tho conlrnithig pii.lloi being Hun A.
D. Oustro nml Mls Itnry Franco, two
well-known joung pinplo of the Tor
timutsc colony of this city.
At 8 o'elmk tho groom Bleppei to
the ultiir to nwult tho brlile, mnl ns
Ihe organ began to ptnl fortli tho wed
ding nuireli from Lohengrin, p!n)ci1 hy
Mm Oioriic Helirniiler, tho hi lihil party
vntercil the iliurill Tho brlile, biuutl-
fully dressed In Hrusscls net over
shimmering satin nml wearing u trail
ing tirltl.il ell, was prrnrtiil hy Manuel
Vliirn, lur brother-in-law, who gave
her nwny Tho bridesmaid was lit r
Istcr, Miss Aililnlilo IVniicn. Tho
groom's firotlier. J. I). Cnxtro, wan heat
mull, coinhiB here from the Const es
pcelally for the tircmnny.
Attir the reception Mr. nml Mrs.
Castro departed for Haleiwa, whernthe
hone) moon will ho spent.
Hey. rather' VakntliJ officiated lit
the wedding, nnd lieforn the ceremony
was performed he took neraston to
make an address to those present on
the illvorco evil that Is obtaining In
1'iillnr Valentin several times dur
ing Ills address stilted that hn reitlled
that he was doing Komtlhlng iillte out
of the ordinary In attacking tho divorce
evil nt such u time, hut plended In ex
cine the linger ho felt nt the Increasing
number ot divorces hi Ing grunted In
Honolulu nnd tho seeming Indifference
to tho fncrednesH of tho innrrlngo con
tract shnwii by tho people at largo.
"Thero Is no law of man that can
set nmindcr whom rind hntli Joined In
marriage," declared 'tho priest. "No
country, no Legislature, enn make
legal In the sight of flod any divorce.
In the Catholic church thero Is no ill
vorce that will bo recognized hy tho
church. When tho priest performs tho
snirnment thai makes of two one flesh,
there Is no Inw nf man nml no decree
nf man that can set aside nnd, nullify
the work of Owl, because It Is not tfco
priest who makes of marrhgo u sac-
IxnAilt.,. tint flnA lTlt.ioalf'
rjiniintj lint r(od Himself."
Judge rtoblnson nnd Justice Perry
were auditors to tho address.
i'lie lliiunr' license ot J" P. ModiilriH Is
to bo renewed by tho Lhiuor License
CoittuilsslunciH, the conclusion being
reaihid by the members ot the com
mission after n visit jesterday toWal-
alua, where Medelros helps to ipiencli
tho thirst or tho Inhabitants. A pro
test against tho renewal of thu II
einso was tiled with tho board, but
after n enieful lincntlgalfon the com
mtssloncr hate reuehed the conclusion
Hint a personal dllllculty seems to ho
at tho bottom ot tho trouble and that
the majority of the residents of Wnla-
lua believe Medehos has conduct! d his
hus'lncRs In a proper manner.
As n lesult ot tho Investigation tho
application nf the Hawaiian Ktuhlpnka
w III bo denied, ho having been Hie op
pom nt of Medelros In lis lug tn obtain
tho lift use.
NO REASON FOR DOUBT
A Statement of Fads Backed
By a Strong Guarantee,
Wo guarantee, complole lellef to all
biiffcrers finm constipation. In every
timo wheio wo fall wo will supply tho
luedlclno frte. -
ltexall Orderlies, uro a gentle, offec
tlte, dopeiidublo mid safo bowel legu
lator, Btrengtbeiicr and tonic. They
re-establish natuio'H functions In a
quiet, easy way. They do not ciiiibo
nny Inconvenience, gilplng or nausea.
They mo bo pleasant to tako nml work
so easily that they may bo taken by
nii)one at uny time. They thuroiighly
tone up tho whole Hystetn tn healthy
ltexall Ordorliea aio unsurpassable
and Ideal for tho uso of children, old
folks mid delicate peisons. Wo can
not too highly retomiuend them tn all
surfeiera finm any furm of constipa
tion and Its attendant mils. Two
sizes, 2.'c. nud fiOc lteiuembur, you
tun obtain Itexnll ItemedieH In HiIb
(uminiiiilly only at our stnro Tho
lloxitl Store. Jlepson, Smltli & Co,
lleplylng to tho Inquiry of an Ohio
mnmifactuicr of hells, Consul Oeneral
S. 8. Knnbonsliuo, of Tientsin, writes
that tho market for bells In North
China Is snmowhnt limited. So far iih
can bo learned, fow or tho mission
churches possess hells. Tho Chinese
hnvo lllllo uso for thorn, Usually
tho only bells of any size nro blown
bells In tho temples, which lire not
used In summon tho uorshlppeis, but
only for ceitalu rellglnun coiomoiilcu
within tho (einplo.
HONOLULU, T. H., June 13, 1911.'
It was cooler than last week generally over the Section, there be.
Ing but four stations reporting mean temperatures higher than tlie pre.
vlous week's, and they to a small amount, 0.1" to 0.9, excepting 2.9
at Walanae, Oihu. It wa 1.0" to 2.4 cooler at the majority of the
stations on lhs several Islands.
There was more rainfall than during the preceding week nt all tta.
tlont en Hawaii, In the Llhue district of Kauai, In central Molokal,
nnd In the Makawao and Hana districts of Maul. The rainfall was)
above the average for the week at all stations on Hawaii having ten
or more years of record, at nil such stations In the Hana and Maka.
wao districts of Maul, the KoolaulpJ of Oahu and Koloa of Kauai, and
the higher levels cf the Koolaupoko and Honolulu districts of Oahu.
The following are the total amounts of rainfall for the week, In
Inches. In the several districts of the different Islands: HAWAII
North Kohala 1.46 to 2.73, H.imakua 2.16 to 2.63, North Hllo E.14 to
C.80, South Hllo 4.79 to 8.C4, Puna 5.99, Kau 0.73, South Kona 2.30, and
North Kona 000; MAUI Makawao 2.79 to 433, Hana 4.50, and La.
halna and Wailuku trace to 0.07: OAHU Koolauloa 0.39, Koolaupoke
0.20 to 1.06, Honolulu 0.10 to 4.03, and Ewa and Walanae 0.00; KAUAI
Hanalel 0 82, Llhue 0.63, and Koloa 0.40 to 1.52; and MOLOKAI
Molokal 0.24 to 0 63.
The following are the departures from the weekly average of ten or
more years, In Inches, In the several districts! HAWAII North Ko.
hala 1.16 to 2.09, Hamakua 1.56 to 42.02, North Hllo 43.59 to
44.40, South Hilo '3.30 to 45 22, Kau 40.44, and South Kona 40 89;
MAUI Makawao 1.89, Hana 42.08, Wailuku 0 03, and Lahalna
0.12: OAHU Koolauloa 40.08, Koolaupoko 40.11 to 0.16, Honolulu
0.22 to '1.41, Ewa 0.13, and Walanae 007; KAUAI Hanalel
-0.12, and Koloa 40.14 to 40.58; and MOLOKAI Molokal 0.03.
The following excessively heavy rainfalls In twenty.four consecu.
tlve hours were reported HAWAII Honomu Eth, 2.52; Hakalau 7th,
305, and Papalkou 7th, 2.50.
The following table gives the weekly averages of temperature and
rainfall tor the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 71.2' 4.09 Inches
Maul 72.2 2.03 Inches
Oahu 74J1' 1.18 Inches
Kauai 73.7 OJJfj Inch
Molokal 73 3' 0rt4 Inch
Entire Group 72.0 2.66 Inches
At the local office of the United States Weather Bureau In Hono.
lulu, partly cloudy weather generally obtained, with traces of rainfall
on two dates and measurable amounts on three, totaling 0.10 Inch,
0.22 below the normal for the week, and 002 less than ddrlng the pre.
ceding week. The maximum temperature was 80, minimum 66,
and mean 73 8, 2.3 lower than the weekly normal, and 2.0 less than
laat week's. The mean dally relative humidity varied from 64-' to
74V, and the mean for the week was 67"'; about 3$ below normal.
Northeasterly winds prevailed on each day of the week, with an aver,
cge hourly velocity of 10.7 miles about 2 miles higher than the aver,
age... The mean dally barometer ranged from 30 04 to 30,1 Q Inches,
and Hie mean for the week, 30 07, was 0.06 inch above normal.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Nnte Tim figures following tho nnmo of station Jndlcnlo tho dato
Willi which tho week's report closed.)
I8LAND OF HAWAII.
Puakea Ranch (8) Showcis orcuned dally and totaled 1.46 Inches.
Kohala Mission (9) Thoro were dally rains which nmoiintod to
1.91 Inches, 1 1C alHivo the average, and 1.33 more than last week's.
The mean leiiipernluro was 71.0. Dr. II, U. lloiiil.
Kohala Mill (8) The mean temperature wns 71 8. Haln fell dally
and amounted tn 2 47 Inches, 2.38 lnoro Ihnn tho previous weok's, nnd
1.79 almte lhe nerage. T. II. Llllle.
Nlulll (S) Showers occurred dnlly and totnled 2.78 Inches, 2.09
ubine the average, ami 2.C7 more than tho previous week's. Thu
mean tempeiatuie was 72.0.--I'. C. l'aelow. ,
Honokaa (7) Tho menu temperature was 72.1. Ilaln foil on the.
lust (ho dates, nnd amounted to 2.63 Inches, 2.51 moro than Inst
wteks and 2.02 nhoo tho average. K. U Andrews.
Paauhau (7) Showers occurred on tho lust flvo dates and totnled
2 16 Inches, 1.50 nbnte tho norago, and 178 inoio than tho previous
week's. Tho mean temperature was 73.2. Louis Wilson.
Ookala (8) The mean temperature was 71.7, nnd tho rainfall
which riccmrod dally 5.41 Inchon, 4.85 moro than lust weok's, and
4 40 abovo tho nurago. W. O. Iiwsmi.
Papaaloa (8) Tliero wero six days with rainfall, which amounted
to r,.80 Inches, I.&D moro than during tho preceding week. C. Mc
Lennan. Honohlna (") Ilaln fell dally and totaled C.14 Inches, 3.69 abovo
Iho average, and 3 21 moio than tho pioWous week's, James A.
Hakalau (3) Tho iiiciii temperature was 71.2, and tho rainfall
which occurred on tho Ilrnt six dales 6 67 Inches, 5.22 moru than
Ihe aveingo .1. I'raker
Honomu (7) Haln foil 'dally and amounted to 8.64 Inehes. .1. n
Pepeekeo (8) The mean tenipcraturo wan 72.4. Haln fell dally
and amounted to 4.70 Inches, 3.6 1 moro than last week's, and 3.36
nboo tho nurnge I'cpcekcn Sugar Co,
Papalkou (8) Thero wero dally rains, excessively heavy on Iho
7lh, and totaling 7.18 Inches, 5,16 abovo the uveriigo, nnd E.92 moio
than dining tho preceding week. John T. Molr.
Hllo (8) Tho mean temperaturo was 71.2. Haln fell dally and
amounted tn 4.93 Inches, 3.5i ahcivo thu average, and 3.10 moro than
last week's. L. C Lyman.
Ponahawal (8) Tliero wero dally rains, which totaled 6.97 Inchos,
4.62 mom than dining tho pieeedlug week. Tho mean Icnipeiutuio
wns oifi". J. K. Onnrillelsnn.
Kaueleau (7) Thero ware dally rains, which totaled 5.99 Inchos,
2 20 moro thai) tho previous w'eek's. Tho mean temjioriituro was
CS.4'. L. V. Turner.
Naatehu (7) Tliero wns 73 Inrh of rnlnrall, .44 nbmo Iho average,
anil ,62 moro Ihan hiBt week's C Henry While,
Kealakekua (8) Haln fell on thrcu dates and totaled 2.30 Inches,
Hint amount moro than during tho preceding week, and .89 Inch abovo
tho average. Hubert Wallace.
Walkll (8) Thoro was no rainfall. Donald Mucallslor.
ISLAND OF MAUI.
Haiku (8) Light trado winds prevailed, with much cloudy weather,
nnil dnlly fchorors amounting to 2.79 Inches, 1.89 ubovo (ho uer.igo,
nn.l 2.36 moro than lat,t week's. Tliq mean tcmpcratuio waa 70,0,
D I), naldwln
Huelo (8) The mean temperature, was 68.6. nnd tho rainfall
which occurred dally 1,83 laches, 3.21 more than during tho pre
ceding wnok.-Jns. L, rcuolrn.
Nahlku (7) Hnln fell dally and totaled 4.50 Inches, 2.0S abovo
Iho nvorngc, and 1.31 moio Ihan last weok's, Tho mean tcmioratiirn
was 68 0. C. O Jacobs.
Kahulul (8) The, mean tQinperatuio was 76.2. Thero was u traro
ot rainfall on the 3rd and 01 Inrh on tho Elli, .03 below tho nveiago,
and .27 less than Iho previous week's. .1. C. Fobs, ,Ir,
Wailuku (8) Showers occuried on thteo dates nnd totnled .07
Inch, ,84 less than during the preceding week. Tho mean lenipoia
luro wns 73.2. Iliothcr Finnk.
Kaanapall (8) Tho moan tcinioinltiro was 77.2, Thoio was
liaco of rainfall on tho 8th, 12 Inch bohiw the uvciago, nnd ,22 less
than Inst'wcek's. Capt. C. F. Tmno.
' ISLAND OF OAHU.
Kahuku (9) Showers oceiiiicd on IHo dates and totaled .39 Inch,
.OS mom than tho avniagc, anil 1.97lnehcs lets, than last weok's, Tho
mean teniioraliiro wns 71.2'. It. T. (Jlu iHtofforpen.
Maunawlll Ranch (9) -Tho menu toiiipei.itiue vs 71.4, Haln Toll
dally ami nmounteil to l.tu, inches, 4.02 less tlinn tho previous weok's,
and ,11 Inch inoio than tho aei age John Herd.
Walmanalo (9) Shovveis net tilled oil llneo dates and totaled .20
Inch, .16 below tlin nvringo, and .86 lc3s than last week's. Thu mean
temperature was 76.0. A. Irvine.
Luakaha (9) Hnln foil dally nt tho upper station amounting tn
4 03 Inches, 8.S5 less Hum hist week's; and nt the lower station total
ing 3.65 Inches, 1.11 moro Ihan tho average, mid 8 10 less than during
tho prereillng weok. L, A. Moore.
Ewa (10) Tho inenn temiior.iluro won 75 6, and thcio was no
. uilufnll, ,3S Inch less tlinn last weok's, nnd .13 below the uorago.-T-K.
Walanae (9) 'Thoro waa no rainfall, .21 Inch less than Iho pioyloin
week's, -nnd .07 below tho average. Tho mean temperature win 77.7.
F. Me) or.
ISLAND OF KAUAI,
Kilauea (9) The mean triupciature was 73 6. Ilaln fell nn four
dates nnd mummied tu 82 Inch, ,12 below Iho uvcinge, ami .38 less
than last week's. L. 11. Ilorolko. '
Llhue (9) Showers occuried on tho first flvo dntos ntid totaled .68
Inih, .11 moio thin during tho preceding wook. Tho mean tenipeiu
tiire wus, 73 8,". I.lhuo Plantation Co. , s
Koloa (9) Tho mean temperaturo waa 73 6. Haln 'fell dally 'and
Mainland Ucr.;antl For Alligat
or Pears ami Papayas Just
The quilT'inllue Imposed nn small
fruits lulu )istirilay, which prevents
thu shipping nf nlllgator pears, pi-
pnyus, tain mid mmiKoes, us will us
ulhtr fruits In which the tralllc, la nut
so large, Is Minsldcrctl it serious blow
to n glowing lnduhtry hy fruit deal
ers who havo been trying to build up
trade with tho mainland.
The Island Fruit Company will bo
stopped from sending some large ship
ments, ULCurdlng to a member of thu
ttunpuiiy, who said this morning Hint
tho embnigii has tomo nt u tlmo when
the trade was Just getting Into thu
stage of rapid duvtlopmeiit.
This company Is shipping about 200
crutt't) of ulllgntor pears by every
steamir, It Is Muted, enili crate con
taining it dozen of the tuotlisomu
ilulntlis. Ptrhnvs twenty-llo crates
of papayas, tnch eontiilnhig four pu
paas, are sent by wall steamer, and
tain iihtl mangoes are shipped In sinall
ir hut Mill (.oiisldtruble quantities.
The shipping of bmiuims nml plno
npplis, hnwcvir, bus nut ln.cn stopped,
mid the Island Fruit Company Is pre
pared to handle oulcrs foe theso fruits
"Tho Oriental Nations of Hawaii."
by Mary Woo, and "U-gendnry Ixiro
of Hawaii," by Julia Spencer, essays
tend lust night at tho graduating ex
erelsos of St. Andrew's l'rlory In
Davles .Memorial bull, wero features
of the exercises, lloth essays showed
mastery of iho subject and analytical
ability. , '
Four students received tho degrees,
Maud N. l'll.mala, Julia K. Spencer,
Florence I. Tewksbury, mid Mary
Shul-Leong Woo. Tho piogram was
The .lit.' Hew II. II. Hostarlrk. I) I).
Sautatory r .' '.'. . . .
'Maud' PHaiinln. ' "
Trio ''Dutch Dolts" .."i.lMay Osiiero
Itoso K'ummlngs, Irene Davison,
Kllzii llnlas, AgncR Frelido, duellc
IHchardson, Flora Tewksbury.
nssay TliO Oriental Nutloim In Da
wall . . . ., , , .'.
Songs (a)".Iuno Days".Chas. V. Scott
(h) Lullaby" , Emerson
Class of 1911.
Music "Impromptu No. 2...Srhubort
Hssay legendary Loro of tho Hu-
wallans Julia Spenrcr
Tho lit. Hew II. II Hestnrlek, 1)1).
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turning passenger, and ho comes with
educational honors, gathcici) fiom
hard study mil poisoveiauco In tho
Ite was eloctod lco-prosldcnt and
president, respectively, of tho Chluoso
Students' Alliance of tho Mid-West
em States, mid 'was also elected
ehnlrmuii of tho students' eonferenco
of tho B'lino Slates hold at Kvoimton
Tho Chinese Students' Alliance of
Hawaii will tender a reception nt tho
Chln.csu Y. MCA hull this evening
nt Bovcn-lhlrty o'clock.
Wank books of nil sorts, IcdgcrB,
etc., manufactured by tho Uullutln
Publishing- Cpmnnny. '
amounted to 1.52 Inches, 2.59 less than last wcek'B, and .58 Inch moio
thnn the, aterngo. . Tho Koloa Sugar Co,
Eleele (9) Showers occurred on six dates and totaled ,40 Inert,
,01 less than duilng tho preceding vcek, and .11 moro 1111111" tho avoi
hho. McIli)do Sugar Co.
1 ISLAND OF MOLOKAI.
M.ipulehu Ranch (9) The? meai( tonipeiatuip was 72.8. Hnln full
daily and nnioiiutcd lo .fit inch, 1 y5 llithcn less than timing (lip pio
reding week. C. C. Conradt. ,
Molokal Ranch (9) Stumors inclined on thiee dates and lotiled
.'.' 1 Imli, that amount moio than lant week's, mid ,0:1 abovo tho aver
age. The moan tempoiaturo wus 73.8'. L. U. Novln. -
. . . I . WM- D. 8TOCKJVIAN,
, . Section Director.
A finrty of slitecn ynung people Is
Included In the Jolly crowd that reach
ed Honolulu early this morning by
the Oceanic liner Sierra waving bnu
ners of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sor
oilty. "The )oung ladles came pretty near
having thu run of this ship," smiled
I'msor Tom Smith.
The one bandied mid flvo cabin
pnssengeis wero nbout ns lively u
bunch as has been the, good fortune
of.Jho Sierra officers to meet with hi
ninny a trip.
nlecn sisters of tho K. K. O, all
students uf Ilerkeley nml Slmifind
Universities wero royally entertulued
during the trip down from San Fran
Commander J. H. Trnsk, founerly
Chief Olllcer In tho llnor brought tho
vessel down owing to the absenco uf
Captain II. C tloudlclto who wus ob
liged to remain over because of lit
liess. Captain Track was host to a special
dinner to the soiorlly girls which Is
declared n pronounced success. It
was this oveni In which chief Stov-A
urd' Carloijin fairly nuldld himself In
the perfect arrangement for tho
spread. Fraternity Hags weio lavish
ly hsoil In the decorative Bcliciuo of
tlie dining saloon, a danco followul
on deck, tho music being fiiiulsbcd
by tho Sierra orchestra.
Tliero was hardly nn oenlng In
which one or moro social piogrnms
of entertainment did not reign Bit
pi omo and add to tho general enjoy
ment of the trip,
Tho soiorlty girls mo chaperoned
by Mrs. M. A. flooding nnd Mrs. 13. C.
Witter. Members of Iho party air:
Misses Helen llnnnon, Ault.i Crnllln,
Anita Kbner, Margaret (lartllncr,
Kditli llnnnon, Roberta Haslett, U-ll.l
McKlblmn, Mnrjnrlo Mitchell, Leonora
Salslg. Elizabeth Witter. Muigaret
Witter, and Masters Charlie Wlttur
nnd Jack Witter.
It Is tho present Intention of tho
party to mnko trips to Haleiwa, also
to points of Interest on the other Isl
ands, Including n special Journey to
HOLD GOOD MEETING
Slnmp cnllepjtorB of thu city, orgnn
Isod, us the Hawaiian Philatelic So
ciety, held a meeting lust night )ii
the homo of the president, William
Welters, and discussed the organiza
tion r a ladles' branch, a Junior
branch, and tho circulation among
members of iluplIcntcjiiitampH. .,
The, oiganlzatkm' of (ho Jiillinr
branch wasrcferrtNl to Charles llns
taco. I'lesldunt Wollers named a
committee of three, A. U Maekaye.
Ii. V Heariltnoro and C, J. Cooper, tu
arrnugo a method of clt diluting tho
duplicate books. Papers weio read by
the picsldciit and by lliuco Qait
wrlght, Jr., tho serretitry Next month
Mr. Iliihtaco will lead u paper on Ha-'
wallaii stamps. Thu next meeting Is
lo ho held July 13
Among thoso present lust night
weio thoso mentioned nbmo und
Messrs Wood, Hiistnce, (Union, (lae
tano. nnieiBon Ileaulmore, Klenlinui,
Kusten, (Itlbblo, Dr. Monsarrat, Max
well, Hlehaid Weedoti. W. C. Weedon, "
Cnukq and Wright.
PROGRAM FOR PYTHIAN
Details nf tho Knights of I'j thins
mcinoilal services, to bo held In thu
Opera Houso noxt Sunday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, woro completed .jestei
ilny. HI. Towso Is to deliver "the ad
dress of tho occasion, Tho prugiam
Is ns follows:
Opening "The Serenade" (Moder
ate) llltbato) hy Schubert, "I'uneial
Mmch" by Chopin, orchestra; Roilp
tural lesson, Hro, 0. A. Jloyorj solo
by Mis. Hugo Heizer, "Tho Uird Is
My Light," (Frnnces Allipscn); orn
lion hy Hro. IJ, Towse, P. C.J solo by '
nro. A, 11, Ahkus, "Tho Hosary,"
(Kthclhert Novln); eulogy by.llio, A.
Dcerlng, P. C; solo by Mr. O. W
DyBuii, "Thy Will My Hod bo Dune,"
(K. D, llorhert); ritual; quartet "I
Would Not Llvo Alvvay," by Mrs. Hoh
blns, Miss Wot rail, Mr. Hnbblns mid
Mr. Hudson; ilual; closing march.
NEW YOIIK, May 25. If Felix Mil
dell, n E-yenr-old putlent In'nu up
town hospital, liven, ho can thunk u
pyramid of beer barrels lis tho rear
yard of his tenement house home. Tho
boy fell llvo stories fiom tho roof lust
night while playing leop-frog und
struck tho apox of Iho boor barrel py
ramid, Tho burrelH lulled away under
him, breaking Jils fall, nud ho slid