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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912.
llaiinllan - I'lrit lligrec.
Aloha Temple Iiepuliir.
AH Tliltldf memoir of tk
Order tr cordially Invited to
attend tneetlnra of local ladr
(JAS. H. LOVE)
(Additional Shipping on Page S)
Meet on (lie
2nd and 4th
nt K. 1". Hull
7:30 1". 31.
IVM. .UchlM.KY 1.0IM1E, SO. 8,
h. of 1.
. Meets every 2nd and 4th Satur
day evening ut 7:30 o'clock in
K of 1'. Hall, cor. Fort nnd
Ileretiinia. Vlsltlnir brothers
totdlally Invited to attend.
A F GEHTZ. c. c.
F F. K1L11EY, K. n. s.
WHARF LABORERS, NOT HARBOR
COMMISSIONERS, DENIED PASSES
"Members of the Harbor Commis
sion have never been refused frco
transportation on Inter-tslnnd steam
ers at any time." Ih the gist of an em
phatic denial coming from high offi
cials connected with the coasting
The request of Marston Campbell,
chairman of the Hoard of Harbor Com
mlssloners. In writing, to the Inter
Island to the effect that transportation
for passengers who would servo in
me capacity of laborers, as well as
Lord-Young Engineering Company
Chairman Campbell wns ordered to
sign the contract to the latter firm.
An extension of time for the com
pletion of the Hanalel wharf was or
dered, If Mich additional time Is found
Siberia an Early Arrival.
The PncMc Mnll liner Siberia Is pre.
dieted to be an early orrlvnl tomorrow
morning The Siberia, from San Fran
clco, Is bringing n small general cargo
from the mainland The vessel will
material necessary for the repair of , "" U,e "all,l,,l", Tne "mri '
various wharves, ho clvm, u.i.t,,, '' at Alnkeu wlinrf nnd li expected
IIKNOI.UI.i; I.OIHIK, Cl, II. 1. 0. K.
. Honolulu Ixidge No. GIG,
JfU P O F.lks, meets In
their hull, on King St,
near Fort, every Friday
evening. Visiting llrotu
ers ure cordially invited
A 13 Mimi'IlY. 13 R.
II DLWSIIEE. Sic.
OAIIU 1.01)0 K 0. 1, K. of 1
, Mee's every first and third Frl
jday at 7 30 o'clock, Pthlau miest to the Inter-Island
nil, corner Uerct.iul.c uud i.. ,i. . .,.. ..... ...
,, ." . ... ... , .. "h "' Ittll CIIUl CIIC
r ill L Biit'trm tisiiuiiT iirnnifrH
cordially Invited to attend.
V A HAWKINS. C C
O HEINE. K of n. & a.
HAWAIIAN TltlUK Ml. 1, I. O. II. 31.
Meets every first and third
Tuesday of each mouth in
Fraternity Hall, I. O. O. P.
building. Vhitlng brothers
cordially United to attend
IIENHY A ASCII. Sachem.
LOUIS A. PEKKY, C. of H.
ii(.oi.ui,ir AKitn: no, f. o. e.
Meets on second and fourth
.Wednesday evening of each
mouth ut 7 30 o'clock, in
K of I llnll. rnrnpr Pnrt
und Itcrctnula Visiting brothers ure
united tu intend
WM. JONES, V. P.
J. W. ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU LOIHIE M). 600.
1.. 0. 0. 3U
will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
j-ort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7 30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially invited
AMI1HOSE J WIHTZ. Dictator.
K A. JACOI1SO.V, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
Just received by S. S. Sierra, the
ry latest in fancy TAILORED
LINEN SUITS) also ONE-PIECE
LINEN DRESSES and LINGERIE
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON & PARSON8
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
various wharves, bo Klven without
cost to the Commission, did meet with
a pollto refusal from this company,"
declared nn official this morning.
Chairman Campbell's letter to the,
steamship company goes on to stnte:
"I was Instructed by the Hoard of Har
bor Commissioners to communicate
with ou relative to transportation cil
passengers and freight between Hono
lulu and the various Island ports, and
to ascertain If some arrangement could
not be made whereby tho passengers
who are employes of the Government
who travel on tho boats of the Inter
thluml for tho ntirnoia of ronnlrlncr Mm
wharves whlih are used by the Inter
Island company without charge, ami
freight which Is made up of material
to bo used In the repair of the wharves
may not be transported free of chargo
to the Territory."
lampoon further adds In his re
ing the fact that the Territory elo-
rives no revenue from theso wharves,
hut simply keeps them In repair for
tho benefit of the public and for tho
use of the Inter-Island company, it
seems no more than Just that those
people who aro sent to repair tho
wharves should bo transported frco of
tharge, together with material to bo
used in such repairs."
To this request James L. McLean,
vice president of the Inter-Island com
I any. replied In substance that, hav
ing considered tho demand contained
In the letter from Chairman Camu
bell, "Tho company did not see why
It should be expected to make no
charge for transporting liassonirc-ra
and material to bo used In renalri. nf
(lovernment wharves at various island
"In vlow of tho fact that our com
pany already contributes largely to the
(lovernment through tho payment of
taxes, wharfage and other charges. It
does not seem fair to us that wo ho
called upon to contribute further In
the way of frco transportation, and
for this reason wo regret that wo can
not comply with tho reiiues't."
Tho roport that has gained currency
that the Inter-Island company denied
tho members of tho Commission free
transpoitatlon Is declared as absolute
ly Incorrect In every detail. So Insist
tho officials connected with tho company.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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Full moon May 30 at 0 C8 p in
V.ESSELS TO AND
FROM JHE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to .Merchants'
Thursday. Mav 30.
HILO Sailed, May 20, S, S. Enter.
prise, for San Francisco.
SAN FHANCISCO Arrived, May 2D,
U. S. S. r.urfalo, hence May 23.
Sailed, May 29, S. S. Mlssourlan,
S. S. S1I1EIUA Will arrlvo from
San Francisco tntnnrrnw iFrldnvV
morning nt G o'clock nnd sail for
loKonama r, n. in.
U. S. A. T. LOQAN Will arrlvo
from Manila Saturday, !) a. m.
tu appear on the port nt or about G
o'clock It It the present Intention of
H Hackfrli! & Co to dispatch tho
steamer for Japan and China ports nt
C o'clock in the afternoon.
Sparks from the Radio-Teleoranh.
M. S. S. Honolulun, en route to San
Francisco, S p, in., .May 29. 10G miles
from Honolulu, moderate trade winds
Shanghai Reports Reduction In
Mr. Mlnamt, commercial commls
stoner in Shanghai, rcnortn tlmt nn.
cording to tho Shanghai customs re-
uirns Juki published, the customs rev
enue for tho three mouths ending
March 31 amounted to 3.340.nno tn,.u
showing some decrease against 2,firi0,
U00 and 2,SG0.000 taels of the corre
sponding period of 1911 nnd 1910. Of
tho sum, 1,200,001) taols represent Im
port uuty, winch shows n decrcaso of
K.0,000 nnd 250,000 tuels as compared
with the corresnondlne nurlml nf Ino
ear and yenr beforo last. Tho re
ceipts from tho evport duty amounted
to joo.oou tools, showing somo In
crease over tho figures of the iiravlous
two years. In Bplto of a falling off in
mo exportation of cotton. The ship
ping traffic Is very brisk at present,
but the money market Is calm und
somewhat dull. The business trans
actions of tho private bunks aro al
most at a Standstill. Tim f-lim. Innim
advanced by the foreign banks amount
to nbout 2.300.000 or 2.400,000 taels,
no Increase or decrcasn holm? ni n.
compared with tho preceding month.
As regards transactions with Szccliu
nn, though the transactions In rnttnn
once presented somo activity very lit-
no business has been done slum, t lm
exportation of silver from that prov
ince was prohibited. Tho nrlvatn
bunks at Hankow are still nnini'f.,1 in
leadjustment. nnd then. fun. miuu
lions with Shanghai aro small. Dusl-
ness transactions at present are most
ly speculative and the business situa
tion generally has not been restored
to a norninl tone. It Is expected thnt
actual business transactions will ro-
mu aner mo proceeus or the big,
loan find their way Into tho provlncesl
AT THE PORT
Unusual quiet pervaded tho Inter
Island wharves, the day being general
ly observed ns a hnlldav
A week's later mnll Is duo to arrive
from San Frnnclico In the Pacific
Mall liner Slberln tomorrow morning.
A large delegation of Jauaneso will
tako passage In the Pacific Mnll liner
for Japun ports with the departure of
the steamer tomorrow evenlnir.
Tho next mail to he diminished for
tho mainland will he forwarded In tho
Pacific Mull liner Nile, leaving Hono
lulu for Snn n'rauclsio next Tuesday.
The Amcrlcnn-IInwullun frelL-nirr
MlBsuurlau is on thu berth to sail
from Seattlo with N'ew York and Sun
Francisco cargo In transit on Juno E.
Nearly eight thousand tuns miirnr
were Included In tho enrgo taken by
thu Matsnn Navigation liner Honolii
Inn, departing f.ir tho Const yesterday
According to lato ndvlces received
at .the agency Of Cnstlo A: I'ooko, tho
Matson Navigation frolglitor llonolu.
Ian will sail from Seattle for Honolulu
on or about Juno 1st.
Threo AmeHcan-llnwallan freight
ers, tho Mlssoiirian, Mexican nnd Co
lumbian nrc scheduled In itimnt-l frmi.
Sound ports for tho Hawaiian Islands
during tho month .of June.
A small niiautlty of nresnrvnd nine.
apples was Included In tho cargo ear
ned In tho Matson Navigation steam
er Honolulnn, which sailed for San
I'rnnclsco yesterday morning.
DEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Are Always Found at the
Boston Block, Second Floor
102? NUUANU STREET
Intended primarily, say the commis
sioners, ns un emphatic answer to tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, wharfage on government nlers
throughout tho Territory muy soon be
charged nil vessels, on Instructions
from the hoard of harbor commission
ers Superintendent of Public Works
Campbell, chalrmun of the harbor ioni
mlsslnn, received Instructions to this
effect at the meeting of thut body yes-
The action came ns a direct result
of a reply from tho Inter-Uland Steam
Xll Irrfil Inn ',..,...... ,. ... t. ..
tho commission's renuest that the . ?,nl'tnln Du.ko Kuhanaiuokil The
coiuuilsslou's emp,oSe be carried .," Tel, ",? 'r, In ,r
of charge between ports when on iif.Jt,o parade. No nlllkln nf mi
tlf'lnl lihltilBvj....a FY I- -.. ..A. .-. ..1-1 !.-.. . .. .. T
wus reporteu to the police station. It
snows cienny tnnt jarrett can handle
the crowd with a small force of po
licemen. It Ir II crpillt in lli.nnluli,
to havo a Sherllf like Jarrett.
Receiving Clerk Parish Everything
Is very (inlet down her In tl nnll
stutlon. Tut Is all right.
BEAT STAR BALL TEAM
The n ii 1 1 o 1 1 n new sboys niaved
the Star newsboys this mornhur at "II
JO. Hall Park," mid when the gnmo was
over, the II u 1 1 c-1 1 n boys had won
Py n score of 6 to 1. It was a Rood
game, two homo runt belnir made bv
the husky II u 1 1 e 1 1 n boys. Next Sat.
unlay the two teams meet In the llnal
game of a series of three for the cham
pionship. The Ilulletln cnrrlers now chal
lenge the Star carries or any baseball
team In the Islands of Its size. Ad
dress Captain Dushnell nt the. II ill lc-
II n office.
The winning team today lined un ns
YaBiitado, If; Tal Lock, cf: Pedro.
rf; Denny, ss; Tulche, 3I; I.ono, 2lij
Stow, lb; Knupu. 11: Akeo. c.
llelal business. The steamship com
pany s leply was a refusal, based on
the opinion that the company was not
obligated to the commission, because
It paid heavy taxes and was entitled
to the use of tho government wharves
This communication was re-read at
the eoniinlsslon's meeting yesterday,
and in retaliation tho Instruction to the
chairman, as related, was given.
Whether this will mean an extra heavy
expense to the Inter-Ifcland Steam
Navigation Company, or will rellect
directly to the consignee, who may
now be forced by the steamshln com
pany to pay higher rates, Is a ciues
tion that was brought up by Commis
sioner Colonel McCarthy
The commission tabled tho protest
Publicity for political camnalcn
funds, tin, proposition that U. 8 Dis
trict Attorney It. W llreckons Is fa
thering In the Territory and has al
ready prexentcd to the Kciiiibllcnn
committee on revision of tho party
rules, will probably not be recom
mended by that committee to the Ite-
publlean central committee.
It looks now as If the matter will
be presented to the Hepubllcaii Ter
ritorial convention next fall to Indorse
or reject Mr. Ilrecknns Is suld to
willing to place the Issuo before tho
The special rules committee has eon.
eluded Its public sessions unless hoiuh.
thliigv new Ih brought to Its attention
Immediately, and will shortly report to
thu Itepiibltcnn Territorial executive
commltte-e. Koine members of the com
mittee- are said to bo favorable to the
widest possible publicity for cuinpalgn
funds, while others aro lukewarm on
the matter. Chairman Crabbe of thu
rules committee) at u lecent session
pointed 01ft what he considered several
serious objections to the enactment of
such 11 rule by the Republican party
The Hudson ltlver MlllUnv Acad
emy, a live-story frame structure, at
Flnderno, a Somervllle, N. J , suburb,
wus eli'slroed by llio, believed to Imvn
been stiu te-el by a clgaictto
TO SAVE LIFE.
As o means of cutting down the
llllllllx.H ,1 a. n t ,1 .- A - t ft
i ismmkti in uuiiH'ius iu uinpiu) t8, mo
nilcnBouin!Ntjrlliei,ternIlaMroadhnB Tho Kalner lias a pasalon Tor old
onraiil,., ulmt li nulln.l !. m,.tu ,ititrn,..n 1 1 1 ..,
-- " " "" ii" "u ouiiia 11 nil uoues en nil- Wlllnii-n IMwIm I l,lv n
fommlttee sstem It consists of live tlnully. Ilavarla's Rcgont has u low.1,,,, ' "..i , ", l' , ! "
hundred officers and men In tho em-' for old beer pitchers, especially those i'm.ervlsl, l trhf.l 1 i v"'
Asslgnmonls of teachers lo tho pub
He schools of thp Territory wai com
pleted' yesterday. The list for Knunl
rnci uahii was published In the Hul
lo 1 1 11 yesterday. Below is given tile
list for the Island of Hawaii:
Miss Josephine Dcjo, supervising
Hllo Union Miss I)nvn (nrmrlnnli.
Miss Llllnoe Hnpal, Miss Harriet Ha
pal, Mrs. Millie Hlserman. Miss Alice
west. Miss Mary Uoyo, Miss Emma
Porter, Miss Clara Stone. Mrs. It v.
Ludlofr, Mir, Maud Heers, Miss Louisa
llnpal, Miss i:mma K. Lovvls, Miss EI
Ion 11. Pcarce, Mrs. Annie Knl, Mrs.
Mnry Salkl, Mist Nelson, Miss House,
Miss Annlo Napier, Miss Ellra I).
Shen, Miss Itcbecca Hohncnbcrg, Mrs,
Ednn Forbes, .Miss Allco A. McCorel,
Mrs. Ida Todd, Miss Ivy llordeu.
Hllo High Proscott I'. .lerimirmi
Miss I). TJ. Shlroy, Miss Anna It. Nel
son, Miss Esther Pomcroy, Miss I.ouiso
Ooknla Miss J. Ij-can, Miss Lycnn.
Laupahoelioc! 0. T. Iloardman, .Mrs.
M. II. Iloardman, Abel Ah You.
Pohokupuka Amos J. tguaclo, Mlsi
Margaret Macy, John Lulu.
Hakaluu -Ii S. Capullas. Mrs. E. S
Capollas, Miss Virginia Uahrluha, Miss
Mary Cabrliiha, 0110 to nppulnt.,.
Honomti V, A. Carvalho, Gabriel
Ah o. Miss MaBtio Okamolo, Manuel
Oliver, two to appoint.
Kapohu School . closed.
Pcpeokco Miss Vetera Allen. Miss
K. K. Plllwalo. Miss Mahann Mallerro,
Mrs. .lesslo Douglas. Miss Laura Nau
Pupalknu M. N. Johnson. Miss Mil
llo Thomas, Miss Fannie Molr. Mrs
O. O. Hotlcl, Miss Lizzie lleermnii,
Mrs. L. S. Meslck, Archlo Wong Wal,
Miss Mary Daniels, Miss Jeiinlo Cas
Kaumnna-One to nppolnt.
Knlwlkl lietijnmlu O. Wist, cine to
Puiipo Miss Emily F.wallko.
Kenan Miss Adelaide V. Ward. Mrs.
lima Holland, Miss Helen Watson,
Miss Augelluo llotelho. Miss Mlnnlu
Olaa--MIss Mary Nalllma, Miss l.'d.
11a II. Curtis, two to appoint.
Mountain Vlow Mrs. F. M. Wuko,
Held, Mrs. James Slsson, Mls Annlo
P. Chung, Miss Until Kelt, Miss E. U.
Ulctiwoud Miss Helen Clowes.
Pahoa James C. kamnkulwl, Mrs.
J. C. Kamakalwl, 0110 to appoint.
Kupoliu Two to appoint,
Kuuaou Miss Conrudt (If certin-
Kalapana J. W. K. Wright.
Suporvlslng principal. Miss Ilerthn
Kapapula Two to appoint,
Pulmla Jesso Shulnwnld. Miss l!ni
ma Franca, Miss Sigma Wlcaudor. two
Illloa MISS 7.. do la Nov fun ror
llfleato), graduated McKlnloy high in
Juno, one to appoint.
llonunpo -Moses Malakatm.
Walohluu Miss Taylor (nrlncliial).
Miss Lily Aulcl, Miss J. II. Jones, Mrs.
O. A. Mornn, Alias Louisa Mclnccko.
North and South Kona.
Supervising principal, Charles E.
Makalawonn Henry Komomiin.
Knlaoa Joseph N. Keilnoniua. nno
Knlliia E. M. Mueller. Miss Cor
Iloluuloa Ernest (1. Allen. Mrs. K.
(1. Allen, A. S. Texclra, Miss E. Souza,
.Mis. M. F. Stott, 0110 (o appeilut.
Keuuhou Miss Cnlla J. Harrison.
Miss Cora Harrison.
Konawncna (Kealawekual 1. n. -
Mls Daa llarnes. Miss Nellie Con.
nnt, Miss Helen F. Ilayues, Miss Ed
na kiikiii, E. K, Kekuuua, 0110 to np-point.
Napoopoo Francis Akana. Miss
Honaunnu Samuel Toomov. Mrs. s.
Toomey, Mrs. Ljdla Kokuowa.
llookcna Thos, N. llaae, Geo. IC.
Apela, Mrs. Katlo M. Kaal.
Alao l.ot K. Kauvvo. Miss Eliza.
both loan (?).
Papa Kddlo K. Ionn.
MIlolll Abraham Pohlna.
lloneikohaii Mnthuw Kane, Mlsn
North and South Kohala.
Supervising principal, Eugcno Hor
ner. Mnhiikonn John Perez.
Kohnlu llomesleud Mis. S. Klmo
keo. Honolpu Emll do Ilnrno.
I Intuiiiintf nit Uliu eini.j r , m..
-.. .u,,u , IMJIi, ,Mia
Nora Kenvvo, Miss Eliza Y. Atkins,'
Miss I.ucy Perry. Miss Agnes Klmo,
Miss Mary do I lame, Miss Mary Leo.
Alnnkea One lo appoint,
llalawa Mrs. Claia L. Tnlloeh.
Miss Emily k, Knohl, Mrs. Gladys
Peaice, Miss Mary Woo. Miss Mni-v
Makapala Thus. K. Nahlnn. Miss
Alice Wung, Mrs, Taninr HiiBsoy, Mrs,
1 nomas K. Nnhlwn,
Pololu Miss Lulu Solomon (').
Piiako -Oliver Luuii.
Kawalhae -Miss Maila Hell.
Waluien Edwin Llndsuy. Itoht. KI
Knpulcnn Miss llnttlo L. Saffcry,
Miss Eliza Duncan.
Honoknn A, L. Case, Mrs. A. L.
Case, Miss Emma llnll, Mrs. A. It.
Olncy, .1. Cyprlano, one to appoint
Ahunloa John A. Pcrrclda, Mrs. J.
A. Perrelda, James S. Vlelia.
Paauhaii John Pavno, Edith Hall,
Miss Mailo Kamakawlwole, one lo np
Kunpahu Frank Tolxelrn, Miss
Paaullo J. II. Hraylnu, Mrs.-A. It.
Askew, Miss aiadyi Halna, Miss
Christine Andrade, Mrs. J. II. Ilray
Ion, one to apiolut.
Keehln Sam J. Maluo.
Lahalna and Molokal Schools.
Suporvlslng principal, Geo. S. Hny
motid. Olnwnlu Willie K. II0011II. Frnnk
Lahalna .Mrs. Nora Gannon, Mrs,
Jennie Schocnberg. Miss Allen Hon
pill. Miss Adeline Hose, Miss Tsulnii
Choy, .Mrs. Hose Mooklnl, Mrs. Mary
A. l,ne. Mrs. Itiible Sandstedt, Mrs
Lucy K. Furtndl, Miss llclon Goo.
Honokovval Miss Itowcna K, Hose,
Honokohntt L'rnest G. Crockett.
Lanalkal Alfred Mln.
Lanaliika Mrs. Amelia Dickson.
Kolac .Mrs. Estello Uaker.
Kaunakaknl David Kaal.
Kamnlo Mrs. Lucy Dudolt.
Kaluaahn Mrs. William Anahii.
Walalua Abel Cnthcart.
llalawa David Kalaau.
Wallau L. K. Kaaloiiahl.
Pelekimii One tn appoint.
Kalnupapa A. J. Knuhalhao.
Lahlllnnllina C. A. .Mnellnnnt,! Iltir.
Ian Huberts, J, A. Wilson, It. C. How
man, Snmucl Mooklnl, Samuel Knpu,
William Makaena, Mrs. II. M. Huberts
Supervising principal, C. E. Cope
land. Knhakulon Mrs. Ella Alonn.
Wolhop Mrs. Ella L. Austin, John
llriiwn, Miss Aehoy Aiiliu, Miss Edith
iiunn, one to appoint.
Wnllukil Miss Lldn (Irlelcni-,1. Mru
K11I0 L. McKay, Miss C. E. Short, Miss
Ilaiinn (himinlngs. Miss Camlvn
hchiiii7, Miss Eleanor K. Wilcox, Her-
Pert A. Wnde, one to nppulnt.
Kahulnl Moses Kuiihlmnhii.
Spreckelsvlllo Mrs. Laura Sahnv.
Mrs. A. V. Crockett. Mrs. .1 11 M..
elelros, Miss II. Slender, 0110 to np
liilut. Piiiineno Miss Agnes Mlsuer, Miss
M. C. l-imlz, Miss Ituth K. llllen, Miss
Lizzie Knllno, Miss Lucy Wilcox, two
Walkapu Miss Zedlo Itogers.
Klhel J. P. Cockctt, Mrs. .1. P.
Keahua Mrs. M. L. Simpson.
Camp III. Klhel (nnwl Quo In nn.
Makawao District Schools.
Supervising prtnclial, II. M, WolU,
Makena Joseph Ctnvalho.
I'liipahikua O. W. Henlg.
Keoken David Kapohaklmnhcwn,
Mrs. David Kcapohnktmohown, Manuel
Crnvalho, Miss Mary ltodrlgucs, Miss
Kenlahou J. Vincent, Mrs. J. Vin
cent, Miss E. Cupp, Miss Itcbcccn
Mnknwno F. W. Hardy, Miss Hoso
E. Crook, Miss Mao Alalia, Miss Ame
lia Tain Yau.
Pala Tliomns W. Ilccords, W. (!.
Crook, Miss Agnes Plcper, Miss Lucy
Ulchntdson, M. G. A 11 Jo, Miss Elvira
Soper, .Mrs. T. W. Records, Miss C. do
Hamakuapoko Miss Mary E, Flem
ing, Miss Slgrid Huiincstnd (?). Mis.
U II. rioyiim, John Gutisulvcs, ono to
Haiku T. II. Hinckley, ono to np
polnt. Kulnlin (new) Ono to nppolnt.
Kniipakalua W. I. Wells, A. S. Me
delros, Miss Hose Ton Yau.
Hnlchakii Miss Hachael Klakoua,
Miss Catherine Choy.
Hiielo E. J. Smythe.
Hana District Schools.
Supervising Principal, W. W. Tay
lor. Kcannc Sam Kawataca, Mrs. Nan
cy Hobcck (?).
Nalilku James S. Achong.
Hana Mrs. Umls C. Fraln. .Miss
Lewn lokla, MIsb Jessnlo I'Innt, Miss
Ilaou John Mcdolros, Mrs. .1. Mo-
Kllinhiilu Mrs. W. W. Tnvlnr. Mlsi
Nelllo Amanu, Miss Fook Gin Yap.
haupo Mrs. L. A. Marclol. Oliver
Ulalno Mrs. M. P. Morrill.
Kaeleku William K. Kckapa.
Teinpernturo 0 11 in., 70; S n 111.,
TT; lo 11 111, 77; noon. Ml; minimum
last night, 7:i.
Wind C u 111., velocity 4, direction
N E ; 8 11 111., velocity fi, direction N.
E ; 10 a. in., velocity H, direction N.
E; noon, velocity 13, direction N E.
Total wind movement for past :M
hours, 187 miles.
((urometer nt 8 n. 111., SOU; dow
point lit 8 a. m . G2: relative huiiihlltv.
8 11. 111., HI; absolute humidity. 8 11. 111.
Total rnlnfall during past 24 hours.
After n heated discussion the Cube.
poeal Church of North Carolina adopt
ed an amendment to the constHjitlou
giving w-nme1i the right to vote on
",i-., in.in uiiu men in mo em- w uiu uvvv pieuuurs, eispeciauy cuose
pluy of the organUatlon ut different . of his own country of the Mlddlo Ages
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hupervlslng nrlncliial. J. V. Mnrelel.
Wnlplo Sam M. Kaaekuahlwl, ono
Kiikulhaelo Abnl'Makekau, Miss
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Up to-dau Millinery and Msn'i Halt Queen street bulkhead wharf to the business. 'i,. commander of the Mrs- Maltekuu, Man
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H Wine and Liquor Merchants,
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