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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1912.
Spj) y-3p 'efrv,fppr ivWN,!r,,'"i
Uremic Sla'nl mid Sic-
Honolulu Seriisd Degree.
Honolulu Chapter, !t. .M.
IliiMiill.iii -llilnl Iltircv.
AU rliltlaj msmbars'Ol tkf
Order art cordially Invited to
attenil raeetlnrs ot local ledrea
Meet on the
Snd nnd ltd
lit h. 1'. Hull
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McKIM,i: I.ODdi:, X).
h. ii( l
Meets every 2nd nnd 4th Satur
day evening "t 7 30 o'clock In
K ol I' Hull, cor. Fort und
Ui'p inula Visiting brothers
coullrlly Inv.'ed to attend
A F. (1EUTZ, c. c.
V F K1U112V, K. U. S.
iio.soi.i'i.i; i.oikji:, (ii, it. l. . i:.
Honolulu Lodge No Glfi,
1) P O, Klks, llleeUS 111
their hull, on King St,
near Tort, ovcry Friday
evening. Visiting Broth
ers nro cordially Invited
A i: MURPHY. 13. It.
II IH'NSIini:, Sec.
(lAlli; I.OIMJK 0. 1, K. o( 1,
Meets every first and third Frl
MS day at 7 30 o'clock, Pjtlilali
1 Hall, corner Herctanlu und
Fort streets. Visiting brother
cordially Invited to uttenil
I A HAWKINS. C I'
i HiiiNF k or n. ,t h
HAWAIIAN Tltllli: 0. 1, I. 0. It. 31.
Meets every first nnd third
Tuesday of each month In
Fraternity Hall. I O. 0. F.
building. Vhiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend
HKNHY A ASCII, Sachem
LOUIS A. PFItllY, C. of It.
HONOLULU ALItli: 110, I'. p. I).
Meotu on second und fourth
, Wednesday evening of each
mouth at 7 0 o'clock. In
K of P Hall, corner Fort
nnd lierel ini.i Visiting brothers mo
Invited to attend
wm .ioni:s. W. P.
J W. ASCII, Secy.
HO.MILFLir I.OIKli: Ml. 800,
L. tl. 0. .11-
will meet ill Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMIlItOSB J WIUTZ, Dictator.
U A. JACOIISON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
MIMInery Parlors, Bntton Block
Juit retel cd ex Bhrpi, latest In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS nnd LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS 66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
1027 NUUANU STREET
Cv, Up-to-date Millinery and Men' Hate
WHEN YOU WANT TO
DE MOVED BY MOVERS
" II1 CITY TRANSFER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
IG POLITICIAN FROM EUROPE
TO VISIT LOCAL WATERFRONT
One of the Larger Vessels In the Harrison Direct Line Ki
lauea Returned From Kona and Kau With Sugar and Cof
fee Foohng Suey Rides at Anchor Off the Port Awaiting
Tow to Mahukona Hawaii Takes Sand Ballast for Ma-hukona.
A new Politician" will make a bow
to Honolulu with the arrival or ono of
the larger steamships operated by tho
1 nrr son Direct Line. I
The Politician, with a largo general
......... r...H. I.-.. ..... ...... a.nw.u In nnhml
IUIHII null, "uiuj'l'uii ui 10, in nLiivu ..........
uled to tall rrom Antwerp on or about' Purser Sheldon reports moderate
the 2." tli or this month, according to
Informal Ion received at the olfico or
Mr. Fred. Wnldlon, the local represen
tatlvc for the line.
The Politician Is one of several
rrelghters or much larger tonunge than
nn ol the sleaineis which have here
tofore cnlled lit Honolulu.
This vessel is rnled at 7228 register
ed tonnage. In comparison with the
Crown ot Castile, tho Crown of Gall
i la and tho Aragon, the Politician is
neai ly twice the tonnage of the small
Disaster Creates Temporary Scare.
The Japanese liner Tenyo Maru,
tailing fioni San Francisco following
the Titanic disaster and passing
through Honolulu tho other day, car-
rled ono of the laigest lists of passen-
gers In her history, which has led
trans-Pnclllc slenmshlp passenger
iii'i.ntu In ilt.r-liili, Hint tin, frlchtflll
dlsnsler to tho Whlto Star liner would
Inn., iw, ininierlahl.. effeet mi irnffle.
On tho other hand, comes tho report
fi inn San Francisco that tho mammoth I
disaster on the Atlantic, In width so' ''ru '" ' I,nsl '" moutiis. is to re.
iii,inv iinrHiinu met ilontli llirnllch IlioUleVO tlio Yoiktown 111 Central Ainori-
sinking of the liner Titanic, ban had n
gicater inlliieiico upon the traveling
piddle there limn any of tho prceed-
Incr mica Tlin off, , t (in ennstwlno
travel Is so marked that It has ptW
During tho past week It hns been
announced that the Ituvel bus been re
duced full) one-half, ami tho steamers
hailing and ni riving nro handling but
a fraction of their foimer trulllc. A
feature of tho bookings at present Is:
that man) people purchasing tickets
make careful Inquiry regarding the fn
cllltles tho vessel possesses In cuse of
at( Ident As a consequence, tho tick
et agents ham been compelled to post
theniselWH upon the number of life
boats nnd rafts nnd supply other data
which will leassuro the public.
Steamer Helene Will Tow the
Arrangements weie completed es
terda afternoon whereby tho Inter
Island steamer lleleno will take tho
American balk Fooling Suey" III tow
The command of Citplalu Wlllett
was taken to sea by the Matson tug
intrepid this moinlng. Tho windjam
mer now rides nt anchor off tho en
trance to tho harbor, there to be pick
ed up by tho Helpiiu, which will bo
uvailablo this evening.
The Fooling Suoy has been given
l!00 Ions suirnr ballast. Tho vessel Is
to complete cargo at Mahukona and I
from that port will he dispatched forjor sugar destined for Pnclllc Coast re
Pelawuro llreakwater for orders. Tho Wineries.
last of tho ciow were signed oul r-S
lirough Shipping Commissioner Almy,
tho other day.
Columbian To Depart for Isthmus.
Taking departure for the Isthmus of,
Tehuantopee by tho way of Island
ports this evening, the Amcrlcan-lla
wailau freighter Columbian has been
glteu tho last ot a large consignment
or sugar. The Columbian will call at
Kaliiilui, Kaanapall and Illlo to com
plete the 12,000 tons of sugar before
proceeding to Salinn Cruz.
Kona and Kau Sugar for the
Sugar from Kona and Knu polls lo
tho amount ot 0248 sacks which ar
rived this morning In the Inter-Island
stenmer Kllauea, lias been transship
ped to tho American-Hawaiian freight-)
or Columbian, Tho Kllauea returned
from windward Hawaii ports bringing
a fair list of passengers. Other lines
of freight Included 73 bales hides, 22
sucks conce, as uuncnes oananas, in
crates chickens, and 174 packages ami-
winds nnd seas on tho homeward voy
age. I'lne weather Is reported along
the const of Knu. The Kllauea is to
be dispatched for a return voyage to
Koua and Kan on Tuesday , noon.
Lurllne Drlnalna Big Cargo.
A cable received nt tho agency of
Cnstlo & Cooko statos that the Matson
Navigation steamer Lurllne in Balling
from Snu Frunclsco for tho Hawaiian
Islands carried u cargo amounting to
n.'t'.l tons destined for Honolulu. In
addition tho vessel Is bringing G3."
tons fi eight for dlschaigo at Kaliiilui.
Tho Lurllne Is expected to arrive at
tills port early Wednesday morning
nnd will be borthed at Hackfeld
"""" '"? tauIe "mKtta "" oiem on
OI ' ' unuer oi passengers nnu tins
Information Is oxpectod to bo recolvcd
llt '"J" lnto tlirougli tho niedluni of
Another Warrior for the Tanker Class.
is re porieu at mare isinnu mat
"'' gunboat Annapolis, which has
Vt,e" practically rebuilt at tho Navy
(Ull HUH'Itt U1 KUllll UH It 1H UUIUIIIIN'
sloned, on May lfith, H is currently
reported that the Yorktown, which Is
a telle ot three decades past and now
almost obsolete, will bo stripped nt Its
nriiiameirt uud sold nt auction.
Hawaii Takes Sand Ballast.
A lino grudo of building sand to tho
amount of 3.0 tons has been londed
"no mo American uarKenunu Hawaii
and that vessel Is to bo dispatched to-
'iinv iif inimu, inn 'I'lii, Knit'nd win
bo given a full load of sugar at tho
Hawaii port. Tho cargo Is destined
tor San I'rnnclsto Slio will be towed
lo sen by the Matson Navigation tug
Britishers To Enter Pacific Trade.
WASI1INC1TON. 1). C April 23.
no lileu and Shlio Hue, which runs
steamers fiom Fugllsh ports to tho
Fur Fast, will soon establish a trans
Pneltlc servlto lu connection with tho
Piinniuu Canal, according to Inforinn
Hon lecelved today fiom Hongkong
by the Depuitinent of t'nmmcrco uud
Hllonlan Gathering Sugar.
A wlieless received at tho agancy of
Cnslle & Cooko Ibis morning is to the
otTeet Hint tho Matson stenmer llllo-
iilau wus taking on sugar at Kaana
pall today. This vessel Is scheduled
to nail from llilo for San Francisco dl
rect on .May utli, taking u full cargo
Sugar Awaiting Shipment.
Sugar ut Kona and Knu ports of call
awaiting shipment Includo tho follow
ing consignments, according to report
brought to this city by Purser Sheldon
"' 'o steamer iviiaueu' tl. A. Uo. Iisou,
llouuapo 8000, Houokna 13.S00. Kukul-
haelo -JS51, Paauhau 14,000, l'aaullo
21,000, Kukalau 4470 sacks.
11 II 1 1 1 1 n lids best Iluslncss (let
ters. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., LTD.
WINE AND LIQUOR MERCHANTS
Merchant, Near Fort
Ask Your Grocer For It
Tempeiature 0 u m, 73; S n in,,
7C; 10 a m , 78; noon, 77; minimum
Inst night, 71.
Wind 0 a m , velocity G, direction
N. 12.S 8 u in., velocity 9, direction K ;
10 n m, velocity 8, direction N 13;
noon, velocity 7 .direction N. 12-
Totnl wind movement for past 21
hours, 191 mites.
Ilarometer nU S n in., 30 02; dow
point nt 8 it lit , CO; relative humidity,
8 u in., GO; tiusblutc humidity, 8 n. m ,
Total rainfall during past 21 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Friday, May 3.
POUT SAN LUIS Arrived, May 2,
S S. Lansing, from Hilo, Apr. 24.
TACOMA - Sailed, May f. li 30 a. m,
S S. Alaskan, for Honolulu.
AT THE PORT
The American tanker Lansing, from
Honolulu and Illlo, arrived nt Port plaint against Levy to tho Sheriff.
Snn Luis yesterday. Asche also gave testimony Intended
A mall for tho Coast will bo for- to refute the statement mndo by Abe
warded on Tuesdny with the departure llutkloy, a colored boy who was lm
of the Pacific Mall 'steamer Slbeila. I prisoned In tho Jnll on tho day In ipies-
The not mnll from the mainland Is
due to arrive on Wednesday morning
In tho Matson Navigation steamer.
The hnrkontliie T P. Fmlgh. from
Illlo to Port Townsend, is credited
with having completed tho passago In
nl -.t .".
21 llufj. l I
According to announcement mndo
hero tho O. S. S. Sonomu has uccom.
modntlon for 2ou first-, HO second-, and
80 third-class passengers.
Taking' 12,00i' tons sugar gathered
from Island ports, tho Amcrlcan-lla-
wnllau freighter Moxican sailed from
Illlo on Wednesday for Sallna Cruz.
Tho United Slntes Army transport
Thomas, trout Manila and duo to nr-
llvo hero tomorrow morning, will
berth at Oceanic whnrr, wheio n Hinnll
amount or Quartermaster's cargo and
supplies will bo discharged.
Tho Sonoma, which is to tompornrl
ly replace the Siena on tho Honolulu
run, is due to arrive ut Panama on,
Sunday. She is to take up the tegu
lar run between Sail 1'ranclseo and
Australia, beginning July 2ud.
On ariived i)t tho O. S. S. Sonoma
nt this port tl will be round that this
rejuvenated liner has been fitted with
six suites do luxe, each having a pri
vate hath and possessing all the com
foilH or a hotel.
Per stmr. Kllauea, from Kona-Kiiu
ports, May 3 J. A. Palmer. Miss Pe- because Jailer Asch happened to bo
termini, Mis. Peteimau, W. II. Grecu- confined to ids homo by illness, ho had
well, Miss J. Muranko, Mrs. J. Kcllctt, tnken another guard with him on ev
A. K. Ozawn, '. Schnack, W. Chlug.'ery visit lio mudo to the women's ward.
Mrs. M. amaiia, M. vamaim, r-uwaui
Kekuewn, J I). Pnrls, Frank (Ionics
Ilev S Mur.itu. Miss C. PIllpo. C. W.
Ashford. W 11. Ariieiiiniin, W. It.
Stoekniaii, Geo. S. Welis, Mrs. Kenuu,
Mis. W Notley, Henry Alnpal, Miss
M. Soto, ltrothcr Murlern, J. I). Tuck
er, 11. J. (luoiroro, II. J Meje;s, Itev
I). W K. White, W.
L. Fiiiiiklln, F
Lucks, Mrs. W. IL
Itego, r,0 deck
Hat, A. Garcia,
Circuit Jiulgo Cooper this morning
icttirued a veidlct tor tlio defemlant
lu Iho suit brought by Hnsa Le?i Tyler,
Iho uctiess, against Hen Wise, ot tlio
Honolulu Amusement Company, tor
salary said to be due ho,r. This Is ,i
reversal or the Honolulu District
Court, which found for tho plulntllf.
Miss Tyler's counsel nsked that orei
t Icni lo tho court's decision be noted,
Intimating that tho caso will bo ni
pealod to tho Supremo Court. Miss
Tyler asked fur $ll!1.7.r, this sum In
cluding tho costs of tho hearing in tho
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Churles M Cooke. Ltd.. has clven n
deed to Lnwionce M. Judd for prop -
erty on Prospect street
Sam Peter, accused or embezzling a
quantity or automobile tires, pleaded
guilty in Judgb Robinson's court yes
terday and was lined $100 and costs.
Samuel F, ChlllliiRworth was appoin
ted temporary administrator of the es
tate of Thomas R, L. McGuIro, with
bond flxod at $11100, by Judgo Whitney,
The tuberculosis exhibit will he on
display this evening at the Central
Grammar School, Dr. A. N. Sinclair
wll glvo a talk on sou ices of Infec
tion and tho dangers or tho dreaded
Judge Whitney today granted John
Itodilgucs permission to pay tuxes
and other expenses Inclined In hand
ling tho ostnlo ot Louisa Hodrlgues,
minor, fiom the sum or $l3ilt.r0, In
come from Iho ostnlo now hold by
John Itodrlguas ns guardian.
Application for divorce was filed in
Circuit Court today by Klkllla Kurt
iu, nun noun icijiu Bupuiiuiuu unm city IJIIIVCISIty, Pacific 1111(1 COllllllor
Horlhel Km Iraki on tho gtouuds of cul. It is believed that clubmen gen
cruelty and tioiisuppoit. Chlkn Koba- rr.illy will tome tluough with ceuer
yashl, charging uonsiipport, also asks mis contributions toward Iho defense
that tho matrlinoiilnl bond yoking her
k, ouchuuu ivouayumu uo suvereu.
SAYS GUARDS AT
Hobcrt Levy, former turnkey at Oa
hu Prison, was acquitted by a Jury in
Circuit Judge Hohlnson's court this nf
toinoon of the charge of assault on
Maria Wallehua, on tho night of Feb
runr) 20. Tho Jury went out ut 12-40
nnd rrnched the decision after about
two minutes' deliberation.
Thnt several of tho guards at Oalnt
Prison had conspired to drlvo him
away from his position or to send him
iu juii us u n minim mm me Bim "ifr nlltl.orl7.atloii to go on with the
the testimony offered by Robert Levy,U,orki uMug Ulc rchcr concrtto thnt
former turnkey nt that Institution, In ,mM ,,,,,, oiscovired by test to be
his own dcfeiiso I .Is rnornliiK. Lo vy, exaitlv rlaM I
HoCr,!,n i!? ""If.?!" I M, . '.I'm Yesterday the last ot the test Mocks
istevwwsss-ffta'ir -T,,e" nn",f;,"n'1 uJr ',,,n:
if i.i.. i,i i,f.. r.i.i. i.i ii.i.ltbe engliners and tho eontractors hnd
inson that ho had gone to County Jail-
cr Asch several weeks betoro tho date
oi too aiiegcu act ami nau asKcu ui no
let out Ho said that at that tlma bo
Iliad told Asch of the plot against him
'by several guards.
I Jailor Asch substantiated his testl
inouy, explaining thnt Levy seemed to
have Incurred tho enmity of tho other
oinctnls at tho Jail because ho Insisted
on a rigid enforcement or tho rules,
which tho others didn't like. Audi ns
sorted that on ono occasion ho enmo
Upon three of tho guards making corn.
tlon, lo the effect that he had gazed
through tho wicket of his cell and
scon bevy upon the door lending to
tliu women's corridor, Asch asserted cr as tho most appropriate decoration
Hint tho wlckot, a small apertuie In lor tho children to nppeur with. There
the mosquito tight netting over thowcro ubout ninety ihlhlicu In tho com-
door of each tell, wns closed every paiiy und tho teiicherK who assisted
,..(..!. ...I .!. ....1 1 I (I... .Ilr,.n,h... I,..... ftfl.,,. ,1 1(, In
'limit IVIItMl III ll 1-.OII--I n Hrin (HU-, ,1
Inside, and that theieforo Ilnckloy
could not have seen through tho wick-
A number of character wltnrsses
wcro Introduced liy Attorney Ijrrin
Andrews for tho defense this moinlng,
among them being U L. McCandless,
wlio said that Levy had conio to him
for advlco several months before tho
night ot tho alleged crime. Ho said
Lovy hnd told him or a plot against
the turnkey and nt that llino tnlked
of resigning. Ho advised Iovy, ho
said, to remain, believing that his
fears woro groundless.
Oilier witnesses who testified to
long and favorable ucquulutniiec with
l-ovy, and who declared his lepiitntlon'
lo bo good, wero Chnrlcs Thurston,
Fd Tovvse, Charles McCarthy, Jack
Lucas and Harbor Commissioner Mc..
Levy testified that on Iho night oflclieeks. fifty six children under
February 20 be had been been given
pai titular lcason lo fear uu attempt
ut some kind would bo made to "get
him out ot linkway, becuuse, he said
ono of tho guaids had openly told lilm
I hat they wcro
"going to got him
shortly." For that icusou, and also
uno o film guards, a Hawaiian, was
preseul lo substantiate
To lellevo tho seilous wnler-supply
situation In -Mittioa valley. Superinten
dent M.uiMon Campbell of tho Depart
nient of Public Works links that nil
ruMdcnts of Iho lower as well as tlio
upper section of that suburb coopeiato
to eliminate absolutely all waste, ail
Irrigation, anil to cut down tho domes
tic Biipply to tho minimum. Unless
this is done, ho says, tho people on tlio
heights will bo absolutely without wa
ter during tho tquiliig dry ported
"There cap bo no linnioillatu lellof,"
assorted Supeilntondent Campbell this
morning, "though wo 'plan to' Install,
Just ns soon ns possible, nn auxiliary
piiinplng-plant nt tlio lower Maklkl
springs, to lift tho water to iho
heights, At piosont those on tho high
er lovel nro at tho mercy of tho people
In tho lowlands, because ull get their
water tluough tho samo mains.
"Tho not innl consumption of tho
valley In dry weather Is greater than
Iho capacity of the upper Muklkl
spilngs from which the cntlrn supply
'ls now received, nnd whqn tlio people
ot mo lower levels uso a conaln pur
cent, or tho supply there Is not suffi
cient piessuro left to solid the re
"Of the 1,100,000 appropriation mndo
by tho last Legislature for Honolulu's
water supply only $132,000 wus avail
able for tho first year, nnd out of this
cxpcntdlturo wo had to make provision
for umplo tiro protection to roplaco tho
worn-out forco main and make oilier
important extensions. To complete
tho necessary system for Matioa val
ley vlll requite an expenditure of ful
YACHT RACE "FUNDS
FROM CLUB MEMBERS
lu addition to the llbls flint uro lie-
lug circulated by members of the Ayau, Miss L. Clilng, Mrs. I, Uakew
finance oomiiilttco of the Huwull!ad Mis. A. L Uuahnell.
Yacht Club, subscription books are
nnen nt the linen social reltilis nf llin
of tlio lians-Pacltic jauht trophy by
ii,0 htnoouer Hawaii.
The nnvy engineers here ore now
certain that the problem of concreting
the Peiul Harbor drydock bus been
Kolveil I'or nionths the lack of nsult-
able mixture to harden uiidir water
jnd to withstand the peculiar clieml-
cnl notion of the water has been hold-,
lug buck the work Hundreds of tests
weie made, and doens of failures re-
iiirdct! Floored nnd wulled with tho
orlglnnlly spetllled concrete the com-
pleted section of the drydoik leaked
badly when nn attempt was made to
That success Is now assured Is In-
dlcnted b the fact that this morning
n fitliln u-nu tent In VVrmliliu'tfin n.lrllitr
'"""',1 Tlle i,r"c"" "V wl"f "innnvy
engliucrs bnvo nrrlved nt the success- lunl specifications called for n less ex
ful formula has been tedious but In- pensive concrete mndo from local sund.
(Continued from page 1)
rectrcss, mndo a good showing. Tho
children woro sunflowers, rc.nl nnd nr-
tin. In), on their ha's, nnd bad in their
hands baskets of jellow (lowers. Ka
kaako Is a sunny plnce and the teach.
ers of tho school selected tho suntlow
,i- mt -!., (una ,-it- (Minn -, ,v,,i,un(
Miss L. Arnold, Miss Hsther Vivas,
Miss Ida Logan, Miss Julia Ilelima,
Miss M. Fuller and Miss II. Collins.
The girls from tho Kauluwela Kin
dergarten looked like angelic fairies.
They appeared lu llght-gieen colors
with nrtllcial wings on their shouldeis.
As the signal was given by Miss tier
tiudo Urown, directress, they dnnru-d
with ecstatic glee. Tho parenlB stand
ing around clapped their hands und
'congratulated Miss Ilrown nnd her as-
sIstantB on their success Tho deco
ration of the school nro blue, pink, ei-
low, whlto and green. Miss llrovvn s
usslslnnts weie Miss (Ian Ida, Miss
Kalialianii, Miss Daniels, Miss Knhluu,
I Miss Watson, Miss I.eandui.
Coming from Kallhi. where the
valley brcczo fans blushes into their
leadership of their teachers inado n
tilce amiearniite. Miss Harriet Lucas,
directress, and slatt nerfurniod tbelrltho mules will bo sold nt auction.
parts well. This school euteied tloatsl
of gient splendor nnd ns they passedtl"' ' y Jailer lo place iirlsouers at
in review uy tlio stand they received
tin) applause of tho spectators. Miss' Knlakaua avenue. These laborers will
Rose Herbert, daughter of Dr. Georgo nlso dig holes for tlio planting of trees
Heihert, diovv n Hoat lu which weio nnd otherwise nsslst in tho beautify
seated thico young girls. Tho float l"g of Honolulu's famous dilvovvay.
was prettily decorated, ns befitted its, Municipal automobiles wtuit some
occupants. Miss Lucas was assisted during the past month. Reports ro
Ly MIks Mnry Lucas, Miss Itoso Her- colved fiom tho police department
bert. Miss Freda Faguios, Miss Adelu h"W inllengo of r.2.1 und SOS miles for
Avllln. j two machines,
Palama In Red. Chief Tliiirslon of the llro depart-
Hid was tho lone used by tlio chll- nient reports 228 miles for tlio Carter
ilien of tho Palamii Kludorgnit 13.1 car and r,03 miles for tho F. M. F.
stitmg Miss (lleiin Jones was dliect-1 Mnrcli Hies tesullcd In property
ross nnd the (hlldieii, adorned in led loss or rorty dollars. Liability td n
utid gleeu, mndo u good showing, To surnnco coinpiinles Is fixed ut IllliO.
iiffset tho Iieat of tho sun which ot- Vacation Time Is Here,
caslonull) oiueiged rrom behind tlio Hoyeml employes were grunted va
clouds, the children coveted their cations at tho meeting or tlio Hoard
heads with umbrelln-IIko helmets, held today.
which gave tlio baud a distinctive of- Iho lloaul confirmed tlio action In
lect. They were garlanded with green ken bj Filo Chief Thurston, who lias
lels and danced meirlly to the music grunted u vacation of two months to
or tho Municipal Hand. Assisting Miss K. it. (1. Wullaco, chief clerk fur tlio
Jones wero MIiim Mendloln, Miss Allen, Uro department. It Is Bald that Mr.
Miss llarrett. Miss Young, Miss Aro- Wallace bus arranged for n Biibstltuto
hero. Miss Kuleo und Mr .lou Rich- (luting his nbsenco on tliu Coast.
Miller Street School. roquosled a inoiith'H vntutlou, which
l'-etweeu seventy uud eighty young- ua grnuled witli pay.
steis tamo from tlio Miller Stieet Kin-1 'I'lie objeclois to the closing of Chnp
dergailcn. In clinigo of Miss A. L. Il Inno by tho contractors for tlio
Illtihtock, directress. Tho children w Cooko hulldlng vvon out on tho
woro pink nnd whlto hats and cat rled protest lo tho members of tho Hoard,
while baskets. Four strong hoys car- 'J'l' ,n" IH ' but partially closed
ilul four Maypoles wrapped with pink l" pedestrian trnlllo, as a rour-foot pas.
paper. Tho pules looited like tho,"l!eway will be left, through which
stately kahilis ot Iho days or tho ua. persons may pass rrom Fort Btreet lo
walluit monarchhy. Tho teachers of,
this school leading the children weio
I Miss Hitchcock, dliectiess; Miss Km
fly Phillips, Miss 1 ,110V Norton, Miss
Olgu Kousa, Miss May Dlas.
Fort Street School.
Tlio Fort Stieet Kindergarten was
lu charge of Miss loela Loguu and
mudo a very lino showing, indeed,
Among tho visiting schools present
at Thomas Square was Iho Kalulani
School. More than two hundred chil
dren from this Institution woro Inter
ested special ois of tlio overclscs and
lu chnige of their teachors behaved
remarkably well, Miss Almeo Moss
man, Miss Ilernlco P. Cooke, Miss LU
zlo Ayau, Miss Haywood, Miss Larson
and Mrs. Chalmers wero over watch
ful of their charges.
Forty-eight pupils rrom Iho lower
guides or tho Knuluwetn School visit
ed Iho closing exercises ot tlio day
During tho lunch hour thu little ones
tat under a large trco and wero each
presented with candy, takes uud other
ilclciicli'3, which wcro. it Is needless
lo say, Ihtuoughly enJoed, The
teachers pieseut wero MIrs llatlle
One hundred mid Bixty pupils from
the Poluikalnn School vyero nmoug tho
excited wllnosi.es of the Mniy-))ny oxer
clfces, uud although they did not luko
part lu I io progi tun they vvero pru-
pnicd, huld sonio of Iho boys, to com-
ptte witli mo other atliool tlilldren.
terestlng Hundreds of laboratory
tests wire made nnd Dually tho mix-
turo that seemed lo fulfill the requlro-
muds was iiitliullv poured Into tho
ilrjdock liv the Treiney sets, a bIx-
foot culie being cast. This wus left
under water for a week, mid on being
lnlseil to the stirfucc about till days
iirh was apparently satl'fnctory. It
was ngnln submerged, nnd when II-
imlly raised n few das ago Mix-inch
tet cubes were taken I" the laboratory
of the College of Hawaii, and there
(.rushed. It wiis found that tho slx-
huh, cubes that had been poured under
wnter fullllled every condition that tho
nrlnlllfll rllllfiM ent 111 the lllboriltory
(HU. Tills meant tlie successiui soiu-
tlon of what threatened to be a grnvo
pi obleni for the gov eminent to face,
T , ,, rIci.r concicle, which
Is mnnufnet.ired with Coast sand, will
r v? RrT;,,y w.ts,i wiVii;
tire Job Th" ndded amount will bo
stood by the government ns the orlg
Tho von llnmm-Yoiing Company to
day lauded a contrnct tor supplying
tho City nnd County police department
Willi a motor-driven patrol and ambu
lance, wjilch, delivered at Honolulu,
will cost tho municipality $3.G.'.
Tho Kissel Knr has been selected
by the conunltteo utter going Into tho
merits nt a number of machines offer-
d by various local representatives.
They City fat hers rushed through con
Hldernblo business at u meeting held
They agreed to tho recommendation
coming fiom Iho Health and Sanita
tion Committee, consisting, of Chnlr
maii Kiuger nnd Members Ainnua und
McClellnu, that ono thousand dollars
ho paid Iho Schumnii Cnrrlago Com
pany for four mules. The" animals
were purchased after two bids had
Tenders from Iho Schumati nnd
Club Stables welo of the same liguro
for the iiiilmols At ono tlniu It ap
peared as ir theio existed u local mulo
ttust. However, tho Schiimnu Com
pany won nut and payment was an
thoilred nt noon today.
Municipal Employes Arc Retired.
Two municipal employes were today
retired fiom thy service, lu this In
stnnro they nro two mules, who nro
alleged to hitvo seivod their period ot
useiiutiosB wiin the I'liy government.
Kir Caldwell', 5-
According to a recommendation
lug from Hoad Supervisor
A lesoliillon wns passed authorizing
worn in Cleaning up sidewalks along
j A. A, Durum or tho flro department
leHiuuiues or places ot uusiness on
this small thoroughfare.
Manager McGrcor of Yo Liberty tlio
nter orfored a remonstrance In behalf
of tho theater which received atten
tion from tliu Hoard.
Judge '. T. Wuln nf llrnoliln npent
his 7Dth birthday lu Cleveland looking
for a ioIIIii, but finding tbu (.lu,t of
djlng had gun,, up ns will as tho cost
of living be 1 cruse (n pay the priced
Tho touchers lu charge of this bunch
woro Mis. Kinmn A. McGuirp, Miss A.
Onlul und Mr. C. K. Amona.
From tho Kallhlwaena School enmo
about F12 children to witness tlio ex
ercises. Miss Haley, Miss Itlckard
and fdlsn ('link wero in chnrgo.
Cox'b Children Dance.
Under tho sliado ot a largo monkoy.
pod tieo n group of young bcIioo! chll.
dl en, boys and girls. In charge of Su
pervising Piluclpal I. Cox, Bang and
danced merrily, In tho admiring pies
cuco of it largo number or paronts.
Many Mothers Present.
Almost nil or tho mothers nr tho
children participating wero among tho
spcclntoia in Thomas Square this
moinlng. Carrying their smaller oucb
on their backs, the Japanese mothers
marched along with their children ns
mc uuiiu piuycu. Hundreds of Portu
guese. Hawaiian. Chinese, nmi .,n..,
1.1 llWtlltll, lir.ipn ...-. ...1 ,. Sh
Tho crowd wiiXinst on I 'rlv .!!!!",: 3A
actldeiila of any kind weio .ono t. 1
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