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EVEMNQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 8ATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1911. ' " 5 " f g
' PROORESS YEAR 4lffi& , . ,
Evidences of good, careful nnd sys
tematic training on the lnrt of teach
ers were plainly vlnlble last night,
when tlio children of the Palamn Set
tlement went through tholr cloning ex
ercise on the occasion of the fifteenth
anniversary, which took )lnce In the
InrKe assembly hall of the xettlemcnt,
on King street. The hnll was fnlrly
well filled with pnrents and friends of
the children, nnd the assemblage of
different rnces, representing the Occi
dent nnd the Orient, was Interesting
V 8. Powen, under whole supervi
sion the work of the settlement hns
licn carried on for tunny months, of
ficiated during the. progress of the pro
gram, und hus made a splendid record
The program consisted of musical se
lections liy the orchestra, under the
leadership of A. Kvensen. Miss Per
thn Fisher, the pianist, und Miss Hall
helped materially In leading the. chorus.
The Japanese fan drill and the wand
drills by tho girls were among the
tnott Interesting features of the pro
gram. Tho Irls, attired In their blue
unirorins, went through the perform
ance to perfection.
The young men of the settlement
pleased the audience with tho exhibi
tion of their skill on parallel bars. Tho
booths showing the different work of
the nursing and cooking departments
were, arranged systematically. Tents
for l!oy Scouts were pitched within the
hall, with American Hags Hying over
Heforc closing, Mr. Ilowen addressed
tho audience. In part at. follows:
"This Is, as the work stands today,
arranged under the etllclent leadership
of J. A. Hath. It Is hoped that It may
Increasingly meet the necIs of the
community In which It Is located nnd
steadily progress tlTrough methods of
"But, before closing, wo can not for
get the act of Mr. and Mrs. P C. Jones
that Hindu nil this possible. Fifteen
years ngo they noticed the need here
In Pnlatna for a little chapel that
should tell for the Christ spirit In this
neighborhood. They built It. Today
this whole neighborhood Is feeling the
effects of that one net. It, too, has
begun to step Into the brotherly Christ
like life and to reach after higher
The program follows:
1, orchestra: 2, piano solo; 3, girls'
drill; 4, orchestra; G, the parallel
bark; 6, Knmehameha Olee Club; 7.
violin" duet: 8, Japanese fan drill; 9.
Kamehnmeha Olee Club; 10, piano
solo; II, orchestra: 12, choir; 13, rem
iniscences; 14, "Hawaii Ponol"; IB,
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Annual memorial services of the I. O.
O V. will be held tomorrow afternoon
nt Odd Fellows' Hall under the nus
p'lecH of Oahu Canton No. 1, Polynesia
Kneampnient No. 1, Hxcctflor Iodge
No 1, Harmony Lodge No. 1, and
Olive Ilranch Itebekah Lodge No. 2,
L. Pctrle, 1). D. Q. S, being tho otn
The program. will bo ns follows:
Heading of the Proclamation
lirother U Pctrle, D. D. a. S.
Hrother H. E. Smith, Pastor M. K. C.
Itltual.. lirother U Petrle, D. D. 0. 8.
Itoll-cull of tho Dead
Hrother I 1.1 Pierre, P. D. D. O. 8.
Piano Solo ('selection, "Lnst Hope")
SIMer M W. Tschudl
Violin Solo (Scene do Ilnllet)
C. Mlltner, Musical Director, Or-
pheum and HIJou Theaters.
Vocal Solo O, Dry Those Tears
Soprnno, Sister K O. Iloyer; vio
lin, Clyde Ilaldwln; piano. Sister M.
'Kulogy of Our Ijito Hrother J. M.
Oat, P. d ..
Hrother W. C. Parke, P. O.
, Piano Polo Mozart's Twelfth Mass
, ....Sister Alice Nicholson, P. N. O.
.Vocal Solo Calvary
Sister Hazel J Crane, P, N. O.
Piano, Miss Pearl Llttlcjohn
Address Our Living Dead
Hrother It. H. Smith. Pastor M. fi C.
Vocal Solo Arthur Wall
Plnno, Sister M. W. Tfchudl
Violin Solo Schubert's Serenade ...
C. Mlltner. Musical Director, Or
pheum nnd HIJou Theaters.
HymnWo Sing Our Honored Dead
Pmjer Hrother n. H. Smith
Tho Urltlali steamship Ancrlcy, tho
flve-mfiRtcd schooner Inca und the
barkentlne Aniazon sailed from South
Ilond on May 20, carrying In the ag
gregate C,G00,000 feet of lumber. All
three were bound for Australian
ports. Tho Arneley carried 3,500,000
feet, and crossed out without tho
Rllghtest trouble, although thero wi
at that time a rather low run of tide
Cotton murquUeltes, till colors, nt
Whitney & Marsh.
218C edltorlnl rooms 2250
business ofilce, These re llie tfle
pboue numbers ot U10 Uulletln.
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THERE'S distinction about some clothes;
an "air" of quality and fashion which
most men are willing to pay well for. Just what it is, just where it's located,
just how much of it is the man and how much is the clothes you can't always
say. But that's one thing you get in
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes, and it's something you don't always get in other clothes. The fact is,
you get more real "class" in these clothes than the average custom tailor can
give you; the man who wants to be especially well dressed would much
better buy these Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes, ready-made, than give up
time and money to have clothes made to measure.
In these clothes you get better fabrics, better tailoring, better
style, and as a rule better fit than you'll get in any other way.
We want you to know what we're offering you. If you think it's just what :
any clothing store offers you, come in and learn how mistaken you are.
Suits $18 to $40. Overcoats $16.50 to $35
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SILVA'S TOGGERY, LTD.,
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This store is the home of Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
FOR JULY ODT
the rest of the book
The July number of the Mld-Paclllc
Is a most nluuble one to send to ouu's
rrlends oil tho imilnlund It will tuliu
tho place of u thousand personal let
ters, which could not tell tho story
hnlf so well
dumber 1 of Volume II, of the Mid
Puclllc, fur the month of July, Is being
banded to tho public today, nnd the
public Is takliiR It us fast as It can bo
handed out. It comes out with a new
dress on the front cover which would
tnuko It n murked book In any hook
The magazine Is filled, as usual, with
hundreds of Illustrations characteristic
of life In thn seml-tmplcs and through
In thltt latest Issue of tho Mld-Pa-clflc
a reaching out to tho Kur Hast
und hrlnulng It within the charmed
circle Is motlo In n xery Interesting
nrtlcle, while the cndlebs source of
supply for articles on territory washed
by tho waters of the eastern Pacific
furnishes most Interesting matter for
REPORT IS MADE ON
Professor Vauuhan McCnuBliey, In
charga of tho extension wrk at tho
Collega uf Hawull, has prepared an
extremely Interesting report on the ex
tension work for thi past three er.
Tho ln ii, though still almost In their
Infancy, hnvo'worked out f.ir liejoml
the expectations of tho founders, anil
every riafcon Is given to bellevo that
the colltgu will In lit lit n larger ami
largir proportion of those not nhln ac
tually to nltend clasies (it th college.
"The correspondence woik hns amply
Justlflid Its existence und bids fair to
Increase markedly from eur to year,"
says Professor MVcC'augheyv In his
WITH FEW SALES
The wed. on the stock mil kit clpsed
i-IukkI; lib today, with little moveimnt
In sugar sicurltles, hut with tin de
cldul trend either way It Is u typical
"wultlng iniirktt," and except forOihu,
nu nnd (Mill not a stock nioed to
day. Oahu sold at .11 2.1 today, a drop of
a quarter of n point, three blocks to
tilling 200 shares going at this llguie.
i:a sold In small lots nt 31.7.F, and
two blocks, lift) shares each, of tlliiu
Went nt 1 1.2.'.
Tlu Hiiwnllun i'Ncinne reports 1100
PiirlsLlmn f)ll nt sr, nnd 100 Jewel
Oil ut 01! ns Its sulus for the day, and
gives the follow lug ull 'imitations:
t'reine Petroleum 30
Honolulu Consolidated, , 1.T5 1.90 ,
lliimiiuin.i 1Q to
Templor Itanch OSVj .10
Ventura Ot .07
Piirlsslmu 21 ,'i"
Pramld CO 70
Associated r.1.50 13 00
Tho Ililllsli frclRhtcr Ilocrlo, ar
rived at fyin Kranclfci on May 2i
from Sydney on a nyngo which wan
Interrupted when tho stiMinshlp went
nsluiro on a onral ref at tho cntranco
of Nukualofa. The llnvcrlc loft Syd
ney 'In command of Captain Harper,
who gives great credit to tho Hrltlsh
gunboat Kncimiiter for tho assistance
the warship gao In getting tho
steamer Into shapo so that sho c Mild
riiutlnuo her p.iKKago to tho (lolden
Onlo. Tho four-fool hole which was
pmichod In tho hull of tho lloicrln
on tho kji t slilo wiib palchel up h
divers attached to tho Knoiiiitor.
whkli ulsii assisted tho steamer In
getting ulln.it after sho had Jutllsuued
CM tons of coal.
SflsyDULUCTIN ADS PAY'
(SpM'l.il II ii 1 1 ' I I II Cerristiondencrt )
II I I.O. .Itiliu 10 Kdillii Ki'l uandez,
of Honolulu, has Ulossoiurd out us n
theatrical magnate In this sei'tlou ami
If Hie ruinora which uro lieu id iuumi
true Is K"I"K to tako u pietti' big
hand In the theatrical 'anu Yester
day ho was thu only bidder for tho
(lately Tin liter, which was knocked
down to him for the upset price of
20()0, which finally settles the fore
closure proceedings bioiiKht UKalimt
llalley mill Ijiwsoii by Mis Kckhert,
who has lost heavily upon the mort
gage which she look from thu the
atrical pioneers. In this city
In addition to this Fernandez has.
made tirrnuRfinchtK for the running
of u show every Saturday night ut Pu
hoa, In which ho hus been glieuthu
hearty cooperation of Cot Sam John
son, the tuunugvr of tho l'ahoa Mll(
Company, und ulho bus other plum)
on foot for the sending of u inoWng
plutuiu outfit throughout the llllo und
llaiiiakuu districts, to give shows ut
all Hie plantations. Ills plan la to
nam a big automobile which will car
ry his complete until! und to make
nri.i.iKt ini'iitH with the arlous mali
ngers by which he can tit-u the store
Iiouho for theaters. Ho proposes lo
udwitlto by sending up big kites with
signs tilling of his show, printed In
Jnpiiiicsu, Kngllsh, Hawaiian and Hus
Flan Small ndmlsston fees will be
charged hut It Is expected that the
iimulty will tako very well.
Tho Hniids-AioiiniMlie-P.iclflc Clnli
held n business nieellug jesterday
nfteinoou, wind liolng received fiom
I'eicy 1 1 mil it,' that ho may repiesent
the rluh In Ijimlon nt tho coronation
Inter-lHland and O It & U Bhlpptng
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