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The F.wa Plantation Company.
The Waiahia Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Company.
The Wainica Sugar Mill Company.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
The George F. Blake Steam Pumps
The New England Mutual Life Insur
ance Company, of Boston.
The Aetna Insurance Co., of Hart
National Flro Insuranco Co., of Hart
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Life and Fire
Ttieo.'H, Davies & Co.,
Agents for Fire, Life and
Northern Assurance Company,
OF LONDON, FOR FIRE AND
LIFE. Established 1836. v
Accumulate Funds 3,976,000
OF LIVERPOOL, FOR MARINE
Reduction of rates.
Immediate 'Payment of Claims.
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Regular lino of vesselj plying
between New Yoik and Honolulu.
Bark NUUANU will
sail from New York for Honolulu
on or about August 1, 1907.
Tho Bark Foong Suey will probably
soil on or about Nov. 1.
Subject to change without notlcs
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Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under Urn Lews of the
Territory of Hawaii,
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ft II, Cooke ,,, Caihkr
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V, , Dnmon Hcitrr
PHIKf'TfJItHi Clmi, M. Cook, 1', C.
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Hlrkt lvnlliM ttlvmi to ll l.ntnebu
nn uiiiMriMi wnr
Throughout the city were minor
.dances and luaus In honor of
holiday In plenty. One of the
rather Important events was tho luau
and dance of tho Hul Kaonohiokala
during the afternoon and evening at
Mrs. Puahl's homo at Walklkl, at which'
the majority of tho members of tho hul
and many of their friends were present.
A largo number of dancers took part
in tho Bhirtwalst danco at the Knights
of Pythias Hall, which kept up until
the last cars left tho corner of Fort
and King Btrects. This affair was a
decided success, both from the standpoint
of the promoters and tho numerous
Tho danco at tho Seaside was. prob
ably tho best attended of all. There, In
addition to the largo number of danc
ers, all that tho large lloor space
would accommodate, were hundreds of
others, seated about tho grounds and
enjoying tho muslo and tho gay scene.
The grounds were beautifully decorated
with colored lights, under which tho
band played during tho early part of
tho evening. Tho music for the dance
Itself was furnished by tho Ellis Quintet
POSSIBLE CLUE TO
The house in which tho Japanese
laborers at tho Catholic Mission In
Valley live, was entered by a robber
Tuesday. Tho thief secured $15
In cash, two watches, a pair of old
shoos nnd a pocket knife, Io left his
own broken knlfo In exchange, an. did
not take a pair nf new shoos which
were next to those which ho stole,
It l thought that tho thief U Chu
Pea, tho Chliminmi who escaped from
tllu police utallon l.i Hi Huiiday night.
On Monday morning a turn 11 no
liian tfiino to hr Die Japanese nt
lh MIlon worn unrklnir nnd talked
to them for u fiw lulniituii, asking them
ulient they llwt .tuning rulier Ihlnv.
Thy uliowwl him nnd lis went nwny,
hut It U theuKht I hut he r!urnd
Hi next iluy nnd deimnltud Ilm reh
Til IU' wr iiulli)4 uf Ill
luil nliihi nrnl t'lilnf ut I)imiIIv
1'uyiur ImiiiisIImM' niurlut mil (11 ll
low mi lit dun. II I poolhU Ihut nit
rfil iimy tuUuw lwdy.
iff I " m
A i'dlr uf fwolifll UIM1V Ml
111 .,i.ll III fMllle,,, I'lllll
hii, Brcieti fire Iran Co.
flic undersigned luting been op
potutrd ngcntt of the atone company
are prepared to iniuri risks against
liit mi Stnnc and Brick Buildings and
on Merchaudie stotrd therein on the
most fat, arable term. For particuUri
apply at the office of
F. A. SCHAFFEll A CO., Agts,
North Ocrman Marino Insuhanco (Jo,
rortmii Qeuornl Insuranco Co.
The rhfc Itmimno Companies hae
cstaliliOied a general agency here, and
me undersigned, gonemt agents, are
authorized to take risks against the
dangers of the sea at the most reason
able rates and on tho most favorablo
F. A. SCHAFFER & CO..
General Insuranco Co. for Sea River
and land Transport of Dresden.
Having established an agency at Honolulu
and the Hawaiian Islands, the
undersigned general agents are authorized
to take risks against the dangers
of tho sea at tho most reasonable rates
and on tho most favorablo terms.
F. A. SCHAFFER & CO.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islanas.
IN TAX APPEALS
Tho Tax Appeal Court yesterday
handed down decisions In two cases
heard beforo It, really Involving three
appeals. In tho flrst case the J. W.
Austin estate and tho B. P. Bishop
Museum appealed from assessments on
lands on King street between Nuuanu
and Bethel. The lands were returned
at I7C0O; the Assessor raised It to $15,-
000: tho tax appeal court fixed tho as
sessment at $11,810.
In the appeals of H. E. Cooper on
Pearl City property returned at $600
and $2000; raised by the Assessor to
$750 and 53C00, the court fixed the as
sessment at $C00 and $3300.
Some important compromises were
effected yesterday In appeals from assessments.
In several tracts of tide
lands owned by tho Dowsett Company
at Iwilel, the following were the compromises:
Land returned at $23,010 and
raised to $211,200 was compromised at
$125,000. Land returned at $9120, raised
to $11,260, was compromised at $10,260.
Land returned at $39,110, raised to
$19,300 was compromised at $14,370.
Land returned at $2010, raised to $2360,
was compromised at the owner's
In the O. It. & L. Co.'s lands near
th) channel to Knllhl Bay the Assessor
was unable to make as good a showing
as to the Increased value of the
land. Accordingly land returned at
$11,175, and raised to $108,500 was com
promised at $22,350. Land returned at
$11,700 and raised to $30,490 was com
promised at the owner's figures.
In the appeal of tho Hawaiian Land
& Improvement Company for land not
far from the Hackfeld wharf, tho owner's
figures were accepted. This land
was returned at $6300 and rals'ed to
KMIUY, JUNE U, 1007.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Kntfinl fur Hrcortt June R 1N7.
Kmiita M. Holt nnd tub to May K
llitn ... J)
It Holt to May K llrown .... U
Pah On to I. Akina II B
Annie Knva et al to adv. J. M. Mon
riorenco Kronch nnd hsh. to Trs. of
Oiilm CiiIIcro 1)
J. Alfred MiiRoon to John A. Legros Rcl
Kntcrcd for Record June 0, 11)07.
W Knlcllchun and wf to Mnuoel do
W U Dccoto to Mrs Either Tnllnnt II
Mrs Ktthcr Tnllnnt to It A
David K Pa nud wf to Thoophllus
C Davies ct nl D
Bishop of Xcugmn to T II Davies
& Co-Ltd L
Mrs Mar.v A Kulolla ct al to Samuel
Kst of W C Lunolllo by trs to Jas
It Cnstlo U
Wing Chong Wnl Co to Jas II Castle
Est o Gcorgo E Boardman by tr
to Samuel Parker D
Sanuoski Nobuhara to Kulauo (w)..A L
Est of C Ako by admr to Mrs
Walter E Wall and wf to Bank of
Hnwaii Ltd M
J Nahinu and wf to William It
Cnstlo tr M
Bishop of Zeugma to St Louis Col
lcuo Alumni Assn Ji
Recorded May 29, 1907.
Entered for Kccord June 7, 1907.
D Kalaniakani to Louisa P .)'. . D
Antonio Tavnrcs aud wf to J .'ieph
P Rodrlgues tr M
Theresa O Wilcox to J P ltodrigues
tr. '. M
Jose Domingucs to J P Uodrigues..A M
Knmohai by afft i'
Hawn Trust Co Ltd to Palolo Lnml
& Imp Co Ltd '. PI!
Palolo Lund & Imp Co Ltd to Mrs
Emily Lario D
Fanny Strauch by regr -N
George J Tern to Kohokula (w).. D
J M Dowsett ct al to Waianae Co L
Entered for Record June 8, 1907.
Lum Chock Fu to Lum Man BS
Honokaa Sugar Co Ltd to Mrs Ka-
haleanlnl Klnlmaka Agrmt
Mrs M M Johnson et al to Henry
S K Haahco Kalaau to Fuglmoto.. L
W G Scott nnd wf to W F Crockett D
Nellie U Hno to C Ahee' L
C Ahee to Charles II Akl PA
Lllluokalanl to J O Carter, Sr '
Rev P A
Entered for- Itecord Juno 10, 1007.
H Piper to II G Junkiu CM
Manuel JJarros and wf to Peter
Sllva , PD
Ong Ah Veo Apo and wf to A N
Richard II Trent tr to Frank ile
Frank do Mello and wf to Orlando
J Whitehead D
Orlando J Whitehead ami wf to
Mutual Bldg & Loan Soc of II
Ltd ' .'... M
', MahauU to Mrs Sarah K
et al D
Church of J C Latter Day Saints
by tr to Julia W Castle L
Cecil Brown tr to Eliza J Board-man
Milcka Kaikala and lisb to L L
J B Castlo to Notice X
Est of B P Bishop lty trs to Bd of
Hawn Evangelical Assn D
Entered for Itecord Juno IL, 100
Susio F Cartwright by tr to S P
Kaikala and wf
Anna I! Alves and hsh to Isabel
Alves ct al 1)
Lilia Aneko to Mary Chang Kim. D
Joseph Mursden and wf to Mrs
R W Holt to Ung Loy L
Wm M Minton and wf to William
O Smith tr AC
L L McCandlcss to Seo Hung Wai
Bunk of Hawaii Ltd to W M Minton
W JI Minton and wf to F O Boyer D
F O Ilyer to Cecil Brown tr M
Joao Fernandez and wf to
Coffee Co Ltd D
Joso D Moripies nnd wf to Colin
Colin Campbell to Laura I'
Kamaka (w) to-Mary M Alolau, Dj
1-8 of housclot and 1-2 of lot In R P
1010, Heela, Koolaupoko, Oahu; int In
R P 1399, kul 4225, Kaneohe,
Oahu; Int In Kst of D M
(k), deed. $1, etc. B 292, p 208.
Dated May 25. 1907.
Mury A Smith and lisb (W O) to
Kdlth W Smith, D; lots 0 and 7, blk
41, Kulmuki Tract, Honolulu, Oahu,
II, etc. J! 292, p 209. Dated May 28,
D.inlcl H Cuiia by lteur, Notice; of
decren of title In I -and lloif Court Cami
.No 112, JI 2'JI, p 191. Dated Muy 29,
Ktliel IC Ahrurni by Ueirr. Notice!
or of court In leund Iti'tr Court
Cii.e No 110, l 9i, ii 193, Dated Muy
Ouliil ColUuo by Tr tn Klorenco
I'Ymicli, Hul; lot I, blk fi, U'llUiiu lllllx,
Huiioliilu, onhu 11 ;ys, p 200,
Duii juiih a, ym.
Jiiiiu.. I) Dol. mill wf In Luglndit N
lliivlilny, I), pur lot 4, ur !!, Wyllltj
t, Hmuilulu, Oahu. ISoo. S.J, u
ji:. Dm 0.1 May , mi
Huhm a. Wmlltir in l'lrl Hunk nt
IIII11 A Mi mitr Kuklim um tub
un It I' DM, Kul C70I, I'Miinlio., !,
nun, jftttvKii. nuno ji m, i in,
11.101 nay vi lvr.
Illltt lrMiiill fi M In Joint C
Km It m nl, lui. pr It 1 1164, kul
fldl. (tJlurKli il, llllo, llmmi, MS f 9-
II , i 1H. Dated May 11. I07.
Jo Mrn.toncn by ntly to Ptrr Me-line
nnd wf, Itrli Int In lot 1 (a land),
nnd i'rop, OLia llmneitenil Ilenrvtn,
Punn, Hnnll. 167 29. II :). n 19
Dated May 10, l07
IVter Mclln nud if to Joto Men
doncn, I). 1-2 Int In lot 3, Patent 4136,
Volcano rd, Punn, Hawaii. $1600. It
Hi. 11 203. Dated Mny 16, 1907.
1, Bennett Nnmnkchn ct nl to James
Knhnkaulla et al. Kx 1); Int 1 (S
land), Mill st, Wnlluku. Maul. 11 J92.
p 201, Tinted Mar 28. 1907.
James Kahakaulla ot nl to L Bennett
Nnmnkeha ct nl, Ex D; lot 5 (5 44-100.1
land), Knpnohnku, Wnlluku, Maul, H
292, p 201. Dated Mar 28, 1907.
Kamlta Knumauma nnd hb to
Fanny Strnuch, D; 1-3 Int In R P 5069,
kul 11171, bldgs, etc, Paukukalo,
Maul. $100, B 292, p 210. Dated
May 27, 1907.
Recorded May 31, 1907.
Iuda Palla (U) to Henry Wharton, L;
gr 1613 and 1-2 Int In gr 1645 and bldg,
Knmnnnnul, Wnlalua, Oahu. 50 yrs at
$3 per yr. B 288, p 402. Dated May
Est of B P Bishop Est by trs to Trs
of Lin Yeo Chung Cemetery Assn, D;
por gr 227, Mnnoa, Honolulu, Oahu. $10.
B 292. p 214. Dated July 21, 1903.
W W Almna and wf to Vun Wong,
D; lots 13 nnd 14, blk G, Kaplolanl
Park Add, Honolulu, Oahu. $100. B
292, p 215. Dated May 2S, 1907.
Lulka Inla et nl by mtgeo to W Vf
Carlyle, Fore Altdtj R P 1794, kul 1018,
Auwalollmu, Honolulu; R p 655S, kul
10,323, Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii: Int in
hul land, Keahlalaka. Puna, Hawaii. B
293, p 200. Dated May 2S, 1007.
Lulka Inla ct al by mtgeo to Jo&
Rosen, D; Int In R P 6558, kul 10,323,
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii. $51. B 292, p
216. Dated May 29, 1907.
Lulka Inla et nl by mtgeo to John
Knpuktnl, D; Int In gr 1003,
Puna, Hawaii, J10Q. B 292, r.
218. Dated Muy 29, 1907.
Recorded Juno 1, 1907.
Honolulu Browing & Malting Co Ltd
to Robt B French, A L: premises, cor
Queen and Richards Sts, Honolulu,
Onhu. $1. B 2SS, p 404. Dated June
S Takannka to A Slnja, C M;
stable, livestock, hack, harness,
etc. $330. B 293, p 204. Dated May 20,
Lulka Inla et nl by mtgeo to Fanny
Strauch. D; Int In R P 1794, kul 1048,
Auwalollmu, Honolulu, Oahu. $100. B
232, p 219. Dated May 29, 1907.
T B Lyons and wf to Exors and Trs
of Est of Augustlno Enos, M; por ap 1,
kul 1742, and bldgs, Main St, Wnlluku,
Maul. $2500. B 293, p 203. Dated May
Recorded June 3, 1907.
Allle M Felker to Henry Waterhouso
Tr Co Ltd Tr, M; por gr 256, E
rd and Hillside nve, Honolulu, Oahu.
$1000. B 293. p 209. Dated June 1,
Kahlnlau Knupu (Mrs) to Charles
Knanol, I A: general powers. B 234,
P 193. ated May 31, 1907.
R D Junkln to H G Junkln, C M;
cane crop on lot 183, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii.
$750. B 295, p 208. Dated Sept 5,
Manuel da S Passos to Maria, C Por-Bce,
D: 1-3 Int In lot 2, Patent 4964,
Walkaumalo, N Hilo, Hawaii. $1. B
292. p 220. Dated Jan 8, 1907.
Manuel da S Passos to Izcbalo da
Souza, D; 1-3 Int In lot 2, Patent 4964,
Walkuumalo, N Hllo, Hawaii. $1. B
292, p 221. Dated Jan 8. 1907.
E C Greenwell (widow) ct al to
Bishop of Zeugma, D; Int In R P 1171,
Keopuka I, S. Kona. Hawnll. $30. B
29.', p 221. Dated May 10, 1907.
Moses Knhnnnnul to Sarah A
et nl, D; int In real and personal
property of G, Kahnnanul, deed,
Wallua, etc, Koolau, Maul. $10. B 292,
p 222. Dated May 31. 1907.
Kealoha (widow) to
tlnho Qlndlnho, D; ap 3, It P 6990, kul
440tU, Paulanl, Walhce, Maul. $70. B
292, 223. Dated May 31, 1907.
Recorded Juno 4, 1907.
Mary Dowsett by ntty to Waianao
Company, M; mtc Kalu-hl
and wf on ap 2 and subdlvs A nnd
C, ap 1 ot R P 1070, Kualwa, etc, Waianae,
Oahu. $009. B 295, p 220. Dated
Juno 3, 1907.
John P Colburn and wf to Tra of
Harmony IxhIro No 3, I O O F, M;
lots 13 and 14, er 177, Pawaa Tract,
Honolulu, Oahu. $2000. B 295, n 220.
Dated May 21. 1907.
Oahu Railway & Land Co to Y Ima-
mura, D; lot 9, blk 3, Pearl City, 13wn,
Oahu. $150. B 292, p 230. Dated Juno,
A Lewis Jr and wf to Julia A
D; Int In lots 3 and 4, blk C,
Kaplolanl Tract, Honolulu, Oahu. $217.
H 292, p 231. Dated May 31, 1907.
Chas Baptlstu to Mary A
malkal, D; Int In pes land, Mnnoa,
Honolulu, Oahu; Int In lands, Manoa,
Honolulu, Oahu. $350. B 292, p 234.
Dated Scot 14. 1900.
Katlo Buptlste to Mary A
D; Int In lands, Manoa, Honolulu,
Oahu. $1, etc. B 292, p 235.
Dated Oct 27, 1906.
Mary A Kaloaamalkal and lisb (J)
to Katlo Boptlste, D; ap 2, R P 6518,
kul 1734, Munou, Honolulu, Oahu. II,
etc. B 292, p 2JC. Dated Oct 27, 1904.
Hoohull et al to S Mahelona Tr,
Judemt; ad damnum $113.50 costs and
chorees $16.80. B 143. p 45. Dated Juno
John A Legros and wf to Mutl Bldir
& Loan Socy of Hawaii Ltd, M; por
kul K559II, up 29, Walklkl, Honolulu,
Oahu, $500. Il 295, p 226. Dated Mny
J I'rltchard by utty tn Manuel Nunes,
ltd, pur Pulentx 365 and 4112,
Inn, Humukuu, Hawull, 1100, II 295,
p 212. Dated Muy 29, 1907.
(Icoruo V Do Iji Nux et ul by uffc
of mined to Uxor of I'M at M V
IIiiIiiich, Kuru Affdt, pur itr 2101,
Iliiliinkmi, Iluwall. II 295, i 213.
I).iti! Juno I, lt.gr,
Kulillii llapHl by urrt of mliiw to
l.xom nf Kxt of U I! lllolmnliHiri, Koro
Aff'H, iilW , ft lum), our llriilun nml
Alimulii nl, llllu, HiihhII. II VH, p
3li IMIfil June I, I90T.
Jihu liu 1'iiiiiu mill f to A1111U Do
I'uiitu nl ul, It, It I 1 itr) 7 If, Kiipim,
Kuliulu, IIuhiiII, II, ilr. m, (i m.
Auk M. 1904.
CIihiUii K KuiuilU' "Mil wf lu Ti 1 11
KiMmiiihI, l, !! ImihI, HuIuvmi, Ko.
imu, iiuwuii tea. 11 m, m. m
I Ml Mil W, IMT
liaillia fra,vau'fiarftl UH fllt 1IJ fill
J'rtl, , 04 Ult'l, IIUlllUllW I, N KPIIi
Jlu wuil 10 f t 1110 ir yr- II ,
p m jwini i)ii ir, im,
Skin Tortured Babies
And Rest for
(From Wednesday's Advertiser.)
Tlio beautiful Moanalua polo field
never appeared to better advantage
than it did yesterday afternoon, surrounded
by carriages aud uutos with
gay gowned inmates, hundreds of interested
spectators perched on coignu
of vniitagu ou the surrounding hillsides,
and on the stretch of lcvol turf, tho
pick of O Jim's horsemen struggled in
mimic combat. The afternoon was a
perfect 0110 and tlio sports wero well
over and the majority of the spectators
f.urly started for home before tlio
shower of tlio evening came up.
The Bjiorts planned by tlio polo club
wero carried oft" in splonilid shape, tho
various novelty rncci producing 110 end
of amusciiioiit and tliero being no
lents of a nature mora serious than
to bring down upon the hapless unci,
tlio laughter of their friends aTtcr the
thing was over.
Tho crowd irathered at the irrounds
early, rather too early in the opinion
of the lirst comers, for the first race
was not stnrted until half past two. At
this timo fully a thousand peoplo had
gathered, i'rst csnio tho egg and
spoon race, a score of horsemen being
drawn in line and each given a wooden
spoon and an egg, tlio object of tlio
race being to carry the egg in tho
spoon over the course, which necessitated
,tho jumping of two hurdles. Tlio
tliroctlona una tlio couruo wero plain,
but tlio keeping of the egg in the spoon
was not, and thcro was u scurrying
back ami forth on tlio part of the riders
for fresh eggs to replaeo thosu spilled
along tho route. Tlio hurdles were
whero the majority came to grief. The
first man to cross tho finish line with
his egg unbroken was George Deufsou.
There hub a lively little time just
boforo this race started. Oerrlt V. Wil
der was distributing tho eggs from a
bagful ho carried. His approach was
not relished by tho mount of F. 11.
Sumner and tho pony reared and in
coming down, bowled Mr. Wilder over.
Not satisfied, tlio horse then kicked
bint as ho rolled and turned him over
a couplo of times, after which tho steed
gavo a bucking performance around tlio
trnck, Sumner stuck to him until tho
horse slipped anil rolled, but both got
up uninjured. Sumner has only just
coino out of the hospital, whero lu was
laid up with a broken leg, and many
who saw tlio accident yesterday feared
that ho had another break coming.
THE PA-U RACE.
Tho second raco was a splendid one.
Bight ladles with extemporo
skirts, raced half way around tho polo
Hold, then dismounted, handed over
their pa-UH to el Klit gentlemen, who
rodo back over tho couso to tho start-Inie
paint, Tho lady rldern wero Mrs,
Clifford Klmbull, Miss Kiln White, Miss
Allco Mncfnrline, Mm. Oconto Potter,
Miss Muriel Cumhbell, MIhh
I'nrkor, MIh Lnwronco nnd .Mrs,
J. IlorKritrom. MIhh Lnwroncu not well
nwuy In the lend, but inUtook tho
com 1,0 nnd lost by rldlnir out of her
way. Tho transfer of continue was
most iiiiumliitr, tliu men MinwKlliiK
most iiniiimifully In tylnit their iiiiuily
uro'jml them, but nil wot riff
pmtty wull In n buiisli. W. Mnufurlnno,
Mho rutin tlm mount of Ids slater, Mls
Allot .Miliifiirlnns, won tils mcu III 11
t'lot finish, U DUIIuiilmm, uliri wns
wl up In Ills liwimli, huil 11 spill, but
(Illllbsd bi'( oil Ills uill' UfJii III"
Viurmt fur It
I'iiMi I'linvMii i..som.m
Th w,lu roil lim I, III tvlllull (lie Urals
foi tbv llliifcs wns 11 splsihllil
fust uii'l riirtuiis. Tim itid.,
by It. W, rililnuls, iiiovtsl
1 11 inutli fur Haplnlii
lll.fl lllllHS, ullllUUMll Illy IVllXr 414MH'
up sinnir hi ih flnlili mi'l tmnini ilm
inujiiiuy ut His noali 111 Hi 1 Mo lam
Tired Mothers Jig
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Tho most elaborate) exercises held
yesterday by any Hawaiian lodgo were
those of the Kaahumanu Society which"
wero held in tho forenoon at tho
statue. Tho only speaker
was the Rev. S. J. Desha, who, with
his accustomed eloquence, told tho
present, tn their native
tho history of the former ruler
of tho Islands. Ho told of his power,
of his strength of character nnd firmness,
nnd from this asked tho peoplo
nssembled to draw their, own lesson,
namely, that they might Imitate overy
good trait which they could find In tlio
great founder of tho Hnwallan kingdom.
Tho excretes of the Hul
which nlso took placo at tho
statue, were moro simple in
character, though the Moral emblems
which they brought to drapo tho statuo
with could scarcely bo surpassed In
beauty. Tho olllcers of tho Hul placed
theso garlands on the Imago of
while the members of tho society
stood silently looking on. Tho
momhers afterwards paid a visit to
Queen Lllluokalanl, who received them
Tho Kaonohiokala Hldlmr So
ciety, of which Mrs. Puahi is tho
luciu, 1001c a prominent part in tho celebration
of Kumehameha Day. Ths
members of tho club, forty strong',
drove from their headquarters at
yesterday morning to tho courthouse,
where they placed somo of the
finest Jcls cvpr mndo In tho Island on
the Knmehameha statue, and then proceeded
to call on the Queen, who received
them most graciously.
In tho afternoon a lnau was held at
Mrs. Puahl's residence at Walklkl.
whero Supervisors Frank Harvey and
Joe Fern, both prominent mcinburs of
the club, actetl In tho position of masters
of ceremonies. Thcro wero nearly
100 present nt tho Iunu, which was
served with all tlm dishes dear to Hawaiian
...iBiizmcs containing attacks on
Vico President Fairbanks wero bought
up In Indianapolis. Not a copy of Collier's
nor a copy of tho Saturday Even.
Ing Post could bo secured there.
Tho teams wero made up as follows:
Reds Ed. Lewis, George Denlson, R.
W. Shingle and Walter F. Dillingham.
Blues Will Baldwin, C, II. Cooke,
Walter Mucfarla.no and John Fleming,
On the start tho Reds took tho ball
and rushed It through the poles for
tho first goal in thirty-four seconds,
Denlson doing tho necessary, after he
had brought tho sphere half way down
tho field by a series of clover strokes.
Shingle, who rodo closo behind, slammed
Into tho goal post, his horso
somersaulting with him, but without
Tho Reds took tho second goal In
seconds, and tho third af
ter two moro minutes' piny, Dillingham
scoring with a long, clean drive from
tho middle of a scrlnunngn. In another
minute Denlson had mndo It four to
nothing, for tho crimsons r.nd Khlnglo
notched the fifth before tho bell rang
In tho second quarter tho Blues had
tho best of It nt first, losing two
clinnces to score. The guma by
tills tlmo had grown exciting, ultliougli
the scoring hml been nil on 0110 side.
nnd I'ontlnui'il so through tlio quarter,
iiiiiiiiRlinin punching out nnntlier tally
from it seilinmiiKO hofnrn goal. The
llliioH just nilmo'd scoring, a uliot going
ultliln 11 foot nf tlio pules Just us
the boll runs
Ther us no scoring- In tho third,
but In lbs fourth lli IIIiim IfHilt tliren
to tllu llfiln ollti. In ibis oils rise
pleiytiil 11 Immillfnl iffiiiiv, elinrlnu
tin honor of 111 eiintssi with DIU
lliiulinm mid DhiiIsuu, at Dm ItMls,
Tli llnul kwiin) whi llMl. Hi llliiNf,
A win.iiuii rtuw, In tvlilfili wult
iltlsr hud lu ilUliMUiit lialf wiy down
His turn, up 14 bltf mitsniltJon,
rinuiiit iiuiJ mtn M piIim Id Ilm
llnluli liilMDi wa won by 0 Mnun.
who ilimmiif.1 iiU rlli. 'nirro win
kIkh'U untrlM In this, Ilm Uil svnl.