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SA ES AGENT
Mrs Tramps Mills Sw.inzy arrived
home this weik niter u short visit tn
thn IhI.iikI of Maul
Miss 1inlso McCarthy nnd Miss
,1'enrl Mct'art will lie homo for tho
Diiimncr from s'lu'tf ,rd. Miss ltilsa
will ernilimtn on (he twentieth ofrJiiuo
nml will assume u,osl'lon In one ol
Jho local schools.
V Miss Ailn Itoblnton will he :i Islior
In Honolulu this summer us the Kue.il
jol Miss Loulso McC.irt h. Miss Hob
iTngnn Is n Inline Kill.
Mrs. Kate Wallaio Cooper anil Ml.s
jJJJate Cooper lime taken apartments
Tfit tho Kcnllwoith In Han Francisco
4lpr tho Bummer
llnnoliiln Is Indeed more than glad
ifi welcome Mr anil Mrs. William f!
fjlrwln home again, ami, It Is hopod, for
a a long visit this (line
on Mondnv o-'onltiK The nunrlcrs at
fShnftcr arc tho most splendidly eiiili-
-li.nl riT Ilin t.iiu u in I If.tiiil ..li. W
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8. S. CHARGES
Promotion Committee Hears
Australian Line Is Hurt
Complaints of various kinds wcro
inailo heforo the Hawaii Promotion
Committee yesterday afternoon about
the Canadian-Australian service of thn
I'nlon Steamship Company and Its
methods. W. 11. Hooks declared that
without a question of douht there Is
discrimination aKalnst Honolulu hy
this (nmpati), anil hacked It up by
what he had learned diitlni; bis recent
trip, which Included Australia and tho
mi.miso up hero on otio of tho Union
Tho mombers of tho committee ills
cussed tho matter xnmcwhnt thorough
ly, and aro so convinced that Homo
lulu Is kcUIhk a had deal from thn
line that Mr Hooks was named a com
mlttco of ono to take tho matter up
with tho local uKcnts, 1' II. Davles K.
Definite cbarKcs were furnished hy
Mr. Hooks that peoplo who 'Wished
stopover pilvllegcs hero were advised
aKalnst slnppltiK In Honolulu on nc
(ount of lack of accommodations, nnd
every effort wbb mado to sec that tho
passenKers hotiKht tickets throiiKh In
Vancouver. The Australian iikciiIh
wcro said to bo working npalnst Ha
waii. V. II. Mclncrny also discussed tho
matter. "Wo are doInK our best to
help Australia promotion work, and
this Una Is working aKalnst Hawaii,"
Another complaint laid tmfoio the
inmmUtPG was that tho local ni?eney
receAtlv declined to sell tickets In two
ladles for a stateroom on thn Marama
koIiik to Vancouver on tho ground that
unless tho entire stateroom was taken
no tickets would bo furnished, nnd
this nlthoiiKb tho would-ho passenKers
epllcltl.v stnted that they were will.
ItiB for tho third ticket to bo sold to,
auv lady passoiiKcr.
Other Instances ol treatment that
certainly does not help Hawaii were
CAMPBELL TELLS OF
QUARTER MILLION SPENT
In a report (lied ynslerdav afternoon
Superintendent of I'iiIiHc Works Mats
Ion Campbell declared that tho total
amount of money spent on Honolulu
sowers and wntcr jvorka Blnco Novem
ber 1 Is $248,024.06.
This sum Includes the contract
prico of all work now under way or
lor which tho contracts have been ah
tcady let. Campbell Is optimistic o
cr tho work In hand and estimates
(hat tho Valpllopllo sower system will
bo completed within llvo months.
Tho (lrst olllclal news rccehed In
Honolulu h I nee tho publication of thn
Hill lot Ih'h special cable that llrsl
announced tho fact of Secretary Fish
er's comliiK was received yesterday af
ternoon bv tho Governor, A cablo stn
ted that ho would not bo ablo to come
lo Ha'vnll until nftor Congress nd
Journed nnd that ho was writing par
ticulars. Tho cablo was In answer to a letter
written by tho Governor and which
was evidently received In Washington
yesterday nnd which was Bent In order
to get an olllclal statoment of tho visit.
TO VISIT AGAIN
Capt Hoald Amundsen, hero of tho
South Polo discovery, has been In Ha
waii and Is anxious to como back for
a trip. This was tho Information W.
II. Hooks kiho tho Hawaii Promotion
Committee .eslcrdny afternoon.
Hocks met Amundsen In Sydney re
cently nnd found tho Kicnt explorer an
exceedingly modest and iiuassumluK
man mid much Interested in Hawaii.
Ho told Hooks ho wauled to come hero
for n '.rip. The Fioiu, his stanch 111
Ho vessel, Is to bo Bent tn San Fran
cUco, while Amundsen will go to Hue
nos Ayres and on to Now York. Then
ho will eoiuo overland to San Fran
clsm tn gel Hio Flam.
"no said If ho arrived In San Fran
iIkco before the l'rnm did. bo would
como (o Hawaii for n visit," said Mr.
For nens nnd (he liulli about It nil
people Iiiij (he II u I let In.
Tho regularly quarterly meeting of
tho Oahu Young People's Christian
I'nlon was held In (bo Fort street
Chlneso church last night and was at
tended by delegates from thirteen out
of tho soventeen bodies Included In
Tho fcaturo of tho evening wns tho
triumph of tho Knrean Iiworth
league, which carried on tho banner
lor ottendanco by presenting a record
of 100 per cent.
Tho Juno meeting of tho Union will
bo the annual meeting, nt which (ho
reports of ofllccrs will bo read nnd tho
olllccrs for tho now year elected.
SMALLEST BABY IN WORLD
DF.NVF.It. Colo, Apr li A buby
Klrl, who, iilthoiiRh Mil" l six weeks
old, w chilis oiil three pounds nnd n
quarter, lives in Denver and gives ev
ery promise of u long and healthy life
She is thought to bo the sumllest baby
In the world.
The little lailys mime Is Mildred
.loan Kctchuin, daughter of Mr and
Mis 1. F Kctclmm. 1282 I'eurl sttcct,
and she weighed only a trllle over
two pounds at her birth last month
.Mildred was u lusty young Infant
ft out the start, In splto of (he fact that
her life .was despaired of at llrst be-
Tho ladies of tho
will hold a grand fair at the re&idenco
of A. F. Cooke, Kalmuki,
SATURDAY, MAY 4.
Many beautiful fancy articlot. In nd
ditlon to delicious refreshments, will
"I didn't know Hawaii li.nl ti lum
bering InduMrj," sitliNn stranger til
ler reading Ainrrlcnu-llaniill. I'rr.
haps jour friend or dullness corres
pondent does mil cither, l.el eierjuno
,. .t, , .j, s .j ? $ -3 i i $
eauKu of her small proportions. She
has been In the Incubator at St. Luke's
Hospital until a. wiek ago.
Mildred's foui -yeur-old sister, Amu
loll, stoutly maintains (hat (he uw
( omer Is only u live doll), hut M II
ilied's (ln stiituie does not prewnt
tier from tijklng lioul Ixliinc lit mid
howling Just as an heallli) niing In
fant should do A plot of mlllc a d ly
sillllccs to feed her and sbo Is thrlv
liy. gaining much needed weight tup
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