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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1912.
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evening 'Visiting llrnth-
BEHn i aro cordially Invited
iXVF to iittend
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lir.O T KI.l'F.GKI., Sec
II M ll 'I HUH. Ml, I, I. I). I!. .
Meets ery Ilrst nnd third
Titosdnj of oich month In
I i.ilouiliy Hull, I O O V
building V I 1 1 1 1 1 K brothers
tordiillv invited to uttcnil
Ill.VtY A ASCII, Saihcni
lOItIS ,. JWIHtY, C,uf It
noMii.i i.i vkiiii: iin, r. o. i:.
"jj"V) Miets on i-eiond anil fouith
''J-, Wcdnestlnv evening of i-ich
.mWiiiiiulli at 7 3o o clock, In
,m Vntonlo Hull Vlni'ard
Ktrut in in I. mini Visiting binthcrs
.lie invited to attend
1 HIOtHVS, V I'
W'M C Mi COY, tkcy.
SPIRITUALISTS, ATTCNTIONl "
IMwnnl K.irlc, tho noted I'sjclllc ot
Km I'iiiiii Iklo who for oer twenty
nurw Ii 1-4 lien l'roinliKntly Idcntllled
ultli tin filrltimllti'iiocletiiiiof Anur
lui, In in Honolulu nnd will demon -etialo
pniliic lilienoinina, etc. plrlt
u il mlki on all mattira Khen." 13 ills'
10 to t, i m nliiBD by nppolntmuit.' Ttl
rplmnu 131". or nt realdtnco, 78J Klnail
iitrict. (Irnnil Kcanco eory lliursda)
Um, S o'tloiK COSO-tl
Importer Fort St
Milton & Parsons
Advanced Shipment Received of
iurt Street Upstairs, in Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-date Millinery , nnd Men's Hats
City Transfer Go.
JA8. H. LOVE
FAMILIAR FACES WILL BE
Captain Dcmpwolf Retains Command of Liner Which Is
Bringing Big Delegation of Tourists Kilauea arv Arrival
From Kona and Kau Ports Transport Thomas Due Here
the First of the Coming Month Claudine to Sail This
The lot .il German toloiiy Is ircjini
Ini. to greet a number nf old friends
In the arrival of the lino llamlmrt;
mi rli.ui liner Clew laud whlih sailed
from YoKohama on ltt Monday, and
Is scttlliK a inurt.c whlili should hrliiR
that eisel and sonic five hiindreilniid freight IntliiilliiK the followliip:
round the world tourlftn within sight
of old Ul.imonil Head on net Thins
ila. It Is known that a large pericritago
of the ollkerH who were assoihtcd
with the CleMlntid on her islts to
this port tun yiars ago, are still limn
liiiul Midi the ship's ioinpati
Captain Christopher Dcmpwolf, re
tains command of tho fine (lernmii
Unci which called at Honolulu marly
two years ago with ft large nrray of
toilllsts. Captnln Deuipwolf wns then
In iharge nf the hlg vessel and spent
Mime hours nshoro as the guest of,
memherb of tho local Cicriiuin colony.
Assisting the vetcinn skipper of thn
Ilamhiirg American liner Cleveland on
the world tour aro l'r. Kruse, 1st oHI
icr, II II Wnrncike, 2nd ollliei, (1
Koih, 3rd olllier, 11 Tries, 2nd olllicr;
i: Srhulz, 3nl olfUcr. and It. Saihsc,
Ith utile er.
Cli Stchr, a well known llamhiiig
American lino steamship mini Is chief
engineer, asslntcd li V Krone ns sec
ond, C Hansel, thlul, II Dcelwnter,
third, 1 Ad im, fourth: II. 1'nnnlug,
fourth, V Dohmc, fourth.
Several of thcc men have visited
Honolulu an a previous occasion.
The Clev.lar.il passengers aio looked
after hy two n,uallllcd ploslclaus. Dr.
A. I.uhhert and Dr Aug. llostrom .Mrs
I'IiiIImIki serves In the capacity ot
The commissary department of a
liner the slc of the Cleveland Is iu
mean Item Thousands ot pounds of
provisions In Inllnltc variety tire re
quired on the long voyage.
One of tho huslest men nt the pint
of Honolulu on nrrlval of that vessel
will ho A Martini, who represents tho
llatnhurg American line commissary
department In tho Cleveland
D I'elncrt Is purser, tilth 13 Pol-
Eter ns assistant, ami I. Kranzcn us
The ihlef stevvnrds staff Is n largo
ono Including several hunched men in
thb various departments There nm
under the dliect supervision of A.
Sturm nnd A. linusrhlld as chiefs with
a corps ot assistants Including I
Grass, A Johnusen, 0. Staak nnd A.
I'rofcssor .1 Dnlil is leader nt n line
stringed orchestra which has plii)cd
throughout the voyage, nt meal times
nnd during boclal sessions on the
hrnnd dedcB of tho Cleveland
The manage! s ot the Inquiry nnd
touriFt olllrc on board the Ilamhuri:
Amcrlinii line steamship Cleveland are
C Volcelrnng of Hainhuig nnd C.
Schcrcr ot lieillu assisted hy tho fol
lowing: U l.indca, C. H Iod, 1'. Mid
ler A. l'ratsch, W. II Stanley, U U.
Ptone, Ad Vock, G Wcileklhd nml
Mis M I. I nndon Iteeil nnd Mr.
C Ilradv of New York served ns so
cial directors throughout the cruise
During the long vnyngo nnd heforn
nrrlval nt onn of the hoht of Interest'
tug ports, iiiustrnteil lectures wcio
given In the soclnl hall under the ill
iritlou of Hov. Gcorgo A Hough of
"an Promise o, assisted hy Mrs Hough
at the moving picture mnehlno. Tho
situo lecture was also delivered In
Geimnn h Dr U. .Mejchlng, a icsldent
'I no Hunch In l.imd CoiYie.
One shipment of cpHee nt Nauponoo
was ohllged to hn loft hehlnd, ns tho
l Ofl til fit1 U no f nil II ,1 nn a-mi rt r.tn..1tl
"" i'"i i"" ii'iii," i" iiiiiii i.
the eolTce on Imaiil tho Inler-Island'n
W.C. Peacock Co.; Lid;
Tel. (704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge ryjnes
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Bee;
stenmer lCllanc.i A heavy swell was
noted nt all the landings along Koita
nnd Knit (oast, nuordlng to report
hroinsht hy I'nrser Sheldon on arrhnl
here tills inornliiK. The Kllnnea re
turned with n fnlr list of nsneni;em
2 lows, 3 horses, tratcs of nigs, chlc
hens nnd ttirKejs, 12 tnlvcs, 13 hun
ulcu fish, HO cases fruit, 31 head cattle,
i,S liiinihes hannnns, CD saiks i!nn
co.il, 129 wiiUs coffee, 337C saiks BUS'
ar nnd 110 paikagcs sundries.
Lurllnc .Mil) .s.ill 1'roiu .Miilnn t liari
There Is n posslhlllty that tho Mat'
son Navigation steamer I.urllne will
ho dispatched from tho wharf nt (ho
foot of Niiuanii street. This esel Is
tnklng on mrgo for San KranUsto and
wll depart for Knhiilul this evening
to return In tlmo for departure for
San Franc Isco nt six o'clock next Tues.
day evening Tho I.urlluo Willi leave
with n fair list of cabin pissengcrs
Sugar will make up the bulk of tho
freight for tho roast,
'I runiport 'llioiiuis Has Left Manila
Tho united States army transport
Thomas Is reported to hnvo sailed from
.Manila on Sunday morning for Marl
vcles quarantine station there to re
main ono day heforo taking up the
vo age to Nagasaki, Japan, Honolulu
and San Kranclsco, The Thomas In
duo to arrive hero on or about Pel
j-uiiy Ith with officers and enlisted
men of the nrmy nnd navy en route
to tho homeland,
lllliiul.in hulled for .San truiulMu,
Sailing for San l'ranrlsco and Scat
tlo lij the way of Island ports, the
Mntson Navigation steamer illlonlaii
was dispatched lai-t evening after hav
Ins been discharged of a qimntltj of
merchandise and explosives at this
port. The Illlonlaii Is to cnll at Port
Aleen, Kmnapill, Kahullu nnd Illlo
before completing sugar largo for tho
PiiMitj Drums From Uinhnhi.
With the nrrlvnl of the Inter Island
bteamer Niihnu from Kaunl ports this
morning, n large number of empty
gasoline drums were niched Th
vessel brought 5 linkages sundrlis,
The otllecrs rojiort light trndes and
smooth seas on the return trip.
Sugar ut hiiim Ports,
Sugar nwalllng shipment nt Kona
and Kim ports of call Incltulcg the
following, according to report brought
ly rurecr Sheldon ot tho Kllauca:
I'linnluu 37.', Honuapo l'Ji..'. Kukul
haelq S.'nj), Pnai)hait 90uo, Pnaullo
2400, Kukalau 919.
Mlliaii hnlllnij for Keiill.i 'I his Kven
The lutpr-Island slcatncr Niihnu
with a conslgnmpnt of railroad Iron
nnd plantation supplies wll lie .ills
patched fqr Ke,alla this evening This
vessel will bo given a small until.
Hie schoonei S. T. Alexaijder with
n full shipment of lumber Is reported
to have sailed from (lurekn for Illlo
jcsicrilay accoieiing to a inhlo re;nl,
od at the local branch ot tho Mci
Tho old icllnblo bark Albert is re
ported to havo sailed from Port l.ud
low for Hllp with n regulation ship
ment of lumber to tho agency of II,
IIaikfcd nnd Company.
Mnll dispatch from Honolulu on
January 10th In the Mntson Navlga
Hon steamer Ilonolulan arrived at San
mniibto on vvecinesjeiny according tl
cnhla received hero
TIDES SUN AND MOON
51 J:' 5 r f t'li
3? i SI n s
Jan ii in li in. ittn n in
IS IM It) ICH 0 1) U. IJ 0.10, 6 II
It; SID 0 , 1W JJ5 1001 0.111 Ml
17 301 jo W HIA 10-11 CIO (It
IS 3 II J j l 8 II Hill 0 10 Ml
19 I II 2.1 i 310 on II V, 0.10 Ml
'M 111 JO 43.V oyiinv 010 Ml
31 6f 1(1 (LIU 10 IV II Hi C.IH MV
New moon Jamiary ID at 0:39 u. In,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
.(Special Cable to Mcrchnnts1
Frlcliij, .l.mii.ir) 19.
No cable report today.
S. S Cleveland wilt arrive from Yo
kohama WcilucMlay at daylight nnd
Bull' for San Kranclsco Thursday 3
'I mini's lie p.i rln res.
Tho Jaimncse liner Teno Mni(t
sailed nt eight o'clock this morning
for San Prnnclsco taking no jinsseu
gcrs from this port Diiilin; the etny
of the Ten jo at the poit, thirteen hun
ilrcd nnd fifty tons Oriental cargo
Tho American sihooncr llelcue, aft
er having been fumigated was d's-
patched for Paget Sound this morn
lug, sailing In ballast This vessel
has completed the discharge cf n ship
mint of lumber to the local agency
ot Allen and ltoblnson.
'A Into cable received nt the local
branch of the Men limits' Kxihangc Is
to thq cffcit that the llmuburg Ame
rican llfic steamship Cleveland with
II vo hundred tourists will arrive hole
on next Weduerihij and will he ills
patched for San Kranclsco nt three,
o'clock In the afternoon of the fol
Per stnir, Kllauca, from Knun nnd
Kan ports, Jan 19 I-oulse Olmos, M
Ahyhnshl, T Nakatsu, It. A JleWajne,
A. I.lfter, I). M Kellnohe. J. Do Mello,
Mrs. Dc Mello, I.eo Yuen Kwnl, P.
Gouvoln, Prank Il.ihlvvln, Mrs. Ilald
win, i; II Paris, J. II. Stewart, II.
Gorman, G Wlltrock, Wm. Stnrlc, Mrs
Mendoncn, I. Sato, Koachl and 91
Per stiii) W 0. Hall, for Knual
ports. Jim 18 llov. J. M. Mdgnte, Dr.
A. J. Derby. '
SEHLE , DETAILS
AltliiuiRh the order for tho mllltarj
piir.iile which Is to bo held through
tin hticrts of Honolulu on tho npirn
Ing or W'lishhiKton'H Illrthd.i) has lint
bull nllli lulls Issued frmil department
hiiidiii irters, tho formation ot tho col
umn and tho lino of inarch havo been
It tided em ;
It the 1'aclllo llcc,t Is btlll In port,
and tin navy udds Its lighting strength
to the soldier), there wilt be ubout
J '.I") men In Hue If. not, iibout 2000
will mulch In cither easo tho puruclu
Will be thn greatest nmrthil pageant
ever sun In Honolulu It will be u
much more Hwnwy ntTiilr than tho re
cent naval parude, on ui count of tho
varlits of troops engaged, and from
tin fait that there- will bo six sets of
colors mid four b mils In the column,
hoddiM i avails' and urtlllery.
the heid of tho column wilt leave tho
cornel of IMctunla nnd Niiuanii sticets
at 9 u in mid will proceed east on
lliritanla to ThiiuiiiH Stiuitro; uromid
Thiimas Square; west on King sticet
pmt the reviewing stand, King nnd
lllilfaidH struts; In Port street, vvlicio
thn pirmlo wilt disperse, orijanlratlons
u tinning tu tin lr lumps and stations.
'I Im uniform will be service, with
white i lips '
Pullowlug Is tho probable order of
t'iininiiiiilcr; stall; Vlflh Cavalry,
stuff and band; cnlorH, mnihlno gull
platoon, Plrst Plchl Artillery, battalion
staff, bind nnd colors; Second Iiifiiii
trj, staff, lining two liittnllniiH w'lth
inlnrs innchlno gun platoon; Coast Ar
tillers, stutT 105th and IGtlth eompanlos
and inlnrs, Knglneer Corps, Coiiiiuny
(I seiorid b.ittiiilon, with eednrs; lln
rlno battalion; U S Paclllo lleet sea
men brigade; Pacllle- lleqt lilullno bit
tnllcin; .National (luunl of Hawaii, start,
band, six companies w'lth. colors,
FATHER'dlES IN SEATTLE
Mis i: IJ. Hlnuphard received a
e.ibligiam yesterday Btiitlug Hint Jier
f.itlici Mr Chas. Case, of Seattlo, had
died of eaneer of thn tjtoinach
He lunl vlsltpl several ycais In llij
nolulii nnd v)ns well l,iin)i here lln
was u llfo nienibei or tho HIIch mid
foily seven jcars ot age.
i .ViJfe . . .' , 'A Wu4 " . y. " rt'u vv&Max iLjiSS, , ' dfcMrWfi ' j
THINK llll JUIIIN
FOR FUTURE PROTEST UN WHARF
"Thurston Is trjlng to lay the
grounds fijr n future possible protest,'
Is tho way several members of the
board of hnrbnr commissioners openly
express themselves In discussing the
reasons why Mr. I,. A. Tliiiraidn has
voiced so many objections to the con
tract nnd rules for the proposed Illlo
The commissioners who have stood
out for adequate government control
of the wharf nnd entire safeguarding
ot public rights think that many of
the changes in wording of tho rules
that Thurston fought for was n plnulrntt with theyrttlerf, or vlcc-vOrsn
2 CRUISERS WILL
Honolulu's "lighting waterfront" will
bo wcnkincil nct week by the dcpir
turo of two ot its limiting forts, tho
West Virginia mid Colorado. Theso
two crulKcrs, coiiiprlslng,tho second dl
tlslon of the 1'uclllo fleet, will go out
hide for u period of Inspection under
way, mid preparation Tor target prac
tise Aecoidlng tu tho present plan
Admiral Soiitlui lurid will tako his divi
sion out Monday next, (fuel will not re
turn until ubotit Thursday. Tho cruis
ers will lie outside when not going
through evolutions, mid there will be
no liberty for olllccrs or crew during
Pidlowlng tho return of tho second,
Adinlrul Thomas will prub.ililj take the
llrst division out for the same class of
luaucuvciM Tho iintiu il admirals' In
spection of nil tho ships now In port
has been completed with tho exception
of the tests uniler vvny, unit these, com
bined with practise for tho gnu point
ers mid crew, will fill up tho tlmn for
the next tin class or so.
Iho cruiser New' Orlians, which lins
been biro for scvirul iiss coaling at
the V-'haunel wharf, will lly her homo
ward bound pennant topiorrnw mid will
for Bremerton Arrived at tliut iiuvs'
Sard she will probably bo put out of
commission mid her crew transferred
to some other ship. Humor bus It th it
tho Itatelgh will be put In imuulsloii
mid suit nut to tho Par H.ist to relievo
the Albans, tho New Orlc ms' sister
1 , i J
Gus S human, the successful bidder
for furnishing tho city and county ol
Honolulu two niitomobllo chemical fire
engines, has ai ranged for the filing
ot n suitable bund to cover tho cott
ot the machines nnd warrant their ar
riving hero and meeting with the spe
The flro engines arc to cost the
municipality $10,500 nnd a libnel for
fills, amount was drafted In accpid
ancc with the wishes ot tho city nn.l
county nttornevs elcpirtincnt.
The Ixinril met In regular session at
noon today at which time the pissngo
ot labor claims nnd salary warrants
went through without a hitch,
As a result nf tho meeting the lali
orcrs In the municipal vlnejard can
now- Bciuro their wages.
A petition has been received b)
Major Pern, asking thai slops lie tak
en toward tho Improvement of n por
Hon of ( title K avenue This matter
will ho turned over to the road com
mitten with power to net
Major Pern and Members I ov
Dwlght and City and County Ungli)en
Gere left for n, tour of certain dis
tricts ot the city this afternocm.
Owing to the '"'I that rtports mo
coming In from the buds of depart
ments In corjlieillon with the cbaigci
made against the Governor lij Prince
Kuhlo and the additional fact that tho
tlovcrpoi wants, to get out a statu
meiit on the effect of the new tn;
lavs, thq puldlc, will bo able to see
the chief oxeeutlvo only between tho
hours of ten o'clock tn the morning
nnd noon. Tljls npw nrraugeqient will
begin tonioirovv and will lu all prob
ability last hbptit a week.
Pom il IITerciit fiVrillTeM appeared ho
foio Jiuliro JJpiisurriit In pollco court
this morning and t ,11 Hub talo o( do
mestic tumbles When Counts Attor
ney Catbcart stntcd that tho people) If
Honolulu slmulil not tnko the pulco
court as n "court of chuncstlc troubles,"
there vvjiH lauijhter In tlo courtroom,
mid the prose tiitlon proceeded to call
tli four dlrtcicnt fiiinlllijs bcfesit) tho
bar vvhcie, one bj' one, tluj told their
iliunistlo trials tu Judge Monsarnit.
The. tleov tliit misers likes com
pinv net mints fur .onio iniiri luges
I'm c e u mun to tat his own winds
uud he will soon lost) Ills appetite.
to gel the rules ns finally drawn up
dependent on the contract Itself, and
the contract dependent on the vvord-
Ing, so that In chsc objection should
bo raised by tho railroad Inter to the
lilies tinder which they were opcrat
Ing, It might Imperil the tenjenr con
tract. This course of reasoning Is not en
tirely clear, but ntany rate tho Cora
tnlsslopcrs guarded against this, con
tingency by refusing to make anj
chnnges, so far ns they aro nware of.
that would result In tying up the con
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters' work
of recruiting plantation laborers In thu
Philippines Is going along smoothly,
mid Incruislng numbers tiro coining
from the southern part uf tho Islands
particularly, 'according to reports
brought bick by W. It llabbltt, assist
ant director of tho planters' labor bu
remi, win) iirrhcd on the Japanese liner
Tenso Mnru sestcrda)'.
Mr llabbltt. when seen this morning,
had Utile to Sas' ns ti) the Phlllpplno
operations cither than that matters lire
going sntlsructorlls and that there Is
mi ilisptuHl in on thu part of the au
thorities or icslionsibto people tu Im
pedo thu work tho buiuu U carrslug
Although Mr. 1 ibbltt passed through
points In China close) to the si.it of
wnr, he saw little to remind him tint n
greut revolution was In progress Many
revolutionary II igs wero Hying in Hong
kong, but that wns ubout all.
"The queues art off, tlinitgh," said
Mr1 llabbltt UiH morning. 'I don't re
number seeing n Chinaman In Hong
koug with his queue on Up to the
second big engagement t,f tho revolu
tion, the Mormlng of the gates of Han
knu, there was some htsltatlon, but
when the republican won that battle,
thu queues began falling thick and
Mr. llabbltt spent soldo weeks III Ja
pnn'und saw- mure u( tho war In the
newspapers In Japin than In China
He biiiigs newM frbin Manila that t lo
eiirnlvut bulbllng burned duvvn only i)
lij or two befute ho left, but the en
thusiiHtlc people behind the big Phil
ipplncs c.irnlval are going iihead with
their plans Just the same.
Ho suss that Manila Is carrslug out
on iv wonderful scale tho plans for beau
tlfjlng tho city nnd environs prepared
bj Daniel Hudson llurnhnni, the notd
architect nnd expert em civic construe'
Hon Pfeco b piece, stcudlls" mid
Ihoroughls, Munlla Is putting his plans
Thirty Filipino laborers ciiiuo on the
Tens ti Mnru scslcrdns for tho point
ers, and more nro on thu wns'. Tho
planters' bureau now has four nun ut
the html of Its Philippine) ncrultlng
work O A. fjteven nnd It p Coburn
lu the south, and U I.'. Pliikhain and
(1 (1 Kinney In Manila.
Mr. llabbltt Ins been In tho rb,
pines for u number of months and Is
very glad to get back to Uavyall,
(Continued from. Page 1)
Thq Pedeml attorneys are vcryjubl
lant nt tho result of tho cafe as tho(
feel that unless they can maka It
known that perjury before tho grand
Juiy Is a seilous offense they will
never bo nblo to get nnyvvlicio In theli
Henry comes up for sentenco Mon
day morning next. Ho was n icprq
scntatlvo of a const branch of the
Seamen's Union nnd wns mixed lip
with n disturbance on hoard the
schooner It U. Slaelo In connection
with union matters. Following lli
verdict against him this morning by
tho petit Jury, thu grand Jury biolglit
In two moro Indictments agnlnst hlni
on charges of assault and ba.ttcrj on
board the schooner.
An Indictment was nisei brongM,
against Amos "sYott" on a similar
charge. Henry was out on ball for a
long time ami nmilly shipped to tin
coast fiom whero ho was brought hack
ny tno iioneismcn, i
1 ouls Condon, agent of tho Seamen'
union here, also nppears beforo Hie
Pceleral court Mpnday to fuce tjiosame
ehnrgo that Henry, has Just been
found guilty or A fresh pahol has
been biought In to hqiir to tho ease
owing to tho qlmllailty of thq facts
A Kansas biirhlur rcceiitls stolo a
vvequan's false hair Ho irobibl fuuud
her nslctii at the switch
Aon ni llattei n innii bj siilne that
his fool notions Indlcnte budding ge
PERJURY IS FOUND
MAY HAVE EXPERT
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ed Is n greut preparatory school for all
nationalities The laud Is available at
the Mld-1'aclflc Institute
ltcv. Olcson spoke of the educational
exhibit ut the Missionary lxposltluicf.
In lloituu last summer. The Hawai
ian exhibit wns In n very ndvnntagcuiis
position lie thought nt least three
fourths of the tOO.000 pccple who vlsf
I ted the exposition stopped and looked
nt tho Hiiwnll exhibit
Mrs. ltlchurds acknowledged u ready
I espouse on tho part uf ult nationali
ties and nil business men tu requests
for llnaiiclat assistance.
OlllcciM were elected bm follows:
Mrs ltlchiird Ivers, president; Mrs.
I. Tpni)ey rce.k, Urst vice-president,
Mrs A Lewis Jr, second vice-president.
Mrs S II. Dole, third vice-president;
Mlsrf Norn Sturgeon, recording
sccretars ; Mrs. P M Svtunry, llnanchl
seen tars', klndergmten department;
Mrs James Itlcknclt, llnanclul sccre
tars, Castle Hunio department, Mrs C
II Wood, treasurer, kindergarten de
partment; Mrs Harold Dlllllighaui,
trensurer, Castle Home dcpirtiucnt,
I) iv Id Anderson, auditor; wiish and
inemis, kindergarten department, Mrs.
M Phillips, chairman; Port street kin
dergurtcp. Miss J, Parke, chairman;
Miller street kindergarten, Mrs A V
Somes, chairman; Kiiuluvvcla kinder
garten, Mrs A Wall, chairman; Ka-,
knako kindergarten, Mrs Then lllch
ards, chairman; Palama kludergiirteti,
Mrs J A Oilman, chairman; Kallhl
kindergarten. Mrs. Augur, chairman;
building and grounds, kindergarten de
parlment. .Mrs. U Peterson; was a
mid im ans. Castle Home dcpirtiucnt,
Mrs. Mason P Prosscr; rules mid reg
ulations, Cnstte Homo tit partnicnt, Mrs.
W U Drown; buildings ami grounds,
Castle Hemic department, Mrs Ituy
Stiindlng cuniniHtccb named wcro us
Wuss and Means Mrs. M Phillips,
chairman; Mrs II C. Coleman. Mrs
Clifton, Tines', Miss Ullzulictll Hopper,
Miss Jessie Kennedy.
Port fatrect Miss J. Parke, chair
iiiun; Mrs J I- McLean, .Mrs. A. J
Campbell, Mrs. AY. O. Smith, Miss M.
Miller Street Mrs. A V. Soarcs.
chairman; Mrs. A P. Cooke, Mrs U
11. Cnaii, .Mrs. U. W. Sutton. Mrs. W.
Kuuluvvttu Mrs A. P Wall, chair
man; Miss II. Muther, Miss Dorothy J,,
Hartwcll, Mrij. A Puller, Mrs It A
Pal.ima Mrs. J. A Oilman, chair
man, Mrs J. P. Cooke. Sirs. W A
l.uve, Mrs P. V. Ul.ikc. Miss Gritco
Kakuuku ilrs Theodore lllchards,
chalrmnn; Mrs. C. II. Athertnn, Mrs
Q 11 Oullck, Miss Kate Athcrtou, Miss
Kallhl Mrs G J. Augui, chairman;
Mrs II Chamberlain, Mrs Chester Liv
ingston, Mrs Carl Andrews, Mrs Ituy
Miilldlngs mid Grounds Mrs. Z W.
Peterson, chulrinmi; Mis It O Matlie
son, Mrs, H Mackenzie, Mrs. It. It
Itel.lfiiril, Mrs Hubert Shingle.
Castle Honie Department.
Wuss mid Means Mrs Musnn P
Prosscr, ihilrnmn; Mrs. P. V. Prtar.
Mrs W'ulhuc It. Parrlngtou, Mrs. An
Hides, and IlcRulutlniifc Mrs. V V..
llrOwu, chalrinaii; Mrs. J. P. Cooke,
.Mrs A N Campbell.
lliilldlngs and Grounds Mrs, , Itay
inoud Urovvn, chnlrman; Mrs. Prncst
Chrk, Mrs. Pel win Dcnncr.
Aelvlsory for Kindergarten Dciirt
ment A. M Merrill. Itev. A V. Snares,
T Itlchards, ncv. O. II. Gully!., Itev.
D Sciulder, ltcv 11 Ch.imhorlaln.
Ailvli-orj for Custlo Homo Peiiart
iiicnt P A. Sch.itfer, '. It Custle, !'.
M SWIU17S, I" H Athertnn
Publication Miss 11 Cross, chair
man; Mrs. A P Grlttlths.
, V-t $ r-rr-.
KAWAIAHAO C. E. UNION
WILL HOLD CONVENTION
'ihu ciuiii tcrly tunventlon nf tho
l. hrlstlali Hndtievni Union of Knvvala-
liati cliurcli will lie lielil tonight ut thu
cliurch, beginning at 7.J0 o'clock Thu
irngiiiii am) olllurs of thu union aro
Song 'Tdie K.lng's lliislutss."
t'ontr "Loilts tu Christ."
Pi us t,r.
S,nni ' That W'lll llu Glues'."
Kerliitqre Psalm XXIII. ill unljjt)i
Ilemirl)S hs tliq presilcpt, Miss
Iteport eif seere,tiers, Cliurcs Tong
Song "Ufneatlj tl)o Cross, tit Jesus."
Adelrcssis by Mr Ihumons of tho U
S H 'cst, Virginia unci Mr Akulko
,iiinij of Honolulu
(,)itert(r lis niu 'Do thu Tiling
That's N,et to ou"
AwiiiiIIiii; of bunnerti
KpiiK Thivvalliu C. 11. ijong (tune,
Prrsldent, MIsh Itlcu Sejarcs: v Ice-
tire slelciit. H K Kninnloplll; lce-pres-Ident,
Italph III own; vlee-iircslde ill.
Mis. S W Sinlth, uiqier Mnnon road;
seculars', Charles Tung; trensurer,