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HISSION BAND IK ATTENDAHGE
'SOCIETY HAS 975 MEMBERS AND
$46,835.30 WORTH OF
Turnout Yesterday Afternoon at
Luiltaaa Grounds Band Glvet
Concert Literary Exercises ir.
Evening Dancing Fellows Unveiling
of Founder' Portraits.
Ta twentieth anniversary of the
fewMftatkra of Ute Laaltaaa
Society was celebrated in grand
utyte yetterday by the Portuguese
eetoay of this city.
.At t:4t yesterday morning the
Catholic Mlaskm band awakened th
people of the Portuguese gaarter with
scbm of their liveliest strains, and at
o'clock, in tbe presence of a large
crowd, while the band played the
national air. the Hag of Portugal
wan hoisted to the head of the
flap pole Handing In front of the
'jUttttasft building on Alapai street
AH day long Punchbowl. Alapai and
School streets presented a most picturesque
appearance. Men and
had put on their beat dresses.
sne of which bad In them all the
colors of the rainbow.
At 2 o'clock in the afternoon the
whole Portuguese colony assembled
en the grounds o'f the Lusltana Hall,
whore the Catholic band gave a long
and delightful concert. The program
waa as follows:
Ma Blushing Rosie (descriptive).
"Welcome." overture.. Geo. Southwell
'Oreotlng to Bangor" R. B. Hall
-Our Pride," waltz G. Southwell
"La Creole." polka mazurka.. Kossels
"Catholic Mission Band," overture...
" Delight of Ladies," (descriptive).
"Mountain Echo, wa'tz.G. Southwell
"The Star Spangled Banner."
Constitutional," Portuguese Hymn.
During the evening n large
crowded tho b'g hnll of tho society
to participate In the literary
exercise. The grounds wore brilliantly
illuminated with hundreds of
multi-colored lights and over tho entrance
to the hall was the motto of
the society surrounded by red, white
and blue electric lights.
J. P. Rodrigues presided at tho
meeting and introduced the various
apoakcrt, who dwelt in glowing terms
t on thjj history of the society sinco its
foundation. J. M. Vivas was particularly
eloquent and evoked considerable
applause. V. O. Texeira, In tho
cours of hU address, rend some very
Interesting tattetics. showing the
numerical and financial strength of
Founded In 1882.
Tho Lusltana Soc'oty was fouuded
on January 1st, 1SS2. Since thnt time
1696 members have beon enrolled ;
632 have dropped out through doath.
resignation and other causes; there
are now 975 names on tho rolls; 90S
members have been assisted in sickness
and 14 invalids and 2 orphans
hav received benefits.
There have beon 77 death assess-
monta or which 66 have been paid to
tho widows of tho deceased.
-During tho last, the
monthly dues have reached the sum
of I113.12S; initiation foes, J7.255.75;
Invalid fee. $11,659.50; flnos,?225; interest
on money loaned. JH.72S;
ronts from property. J5.S36.50; assessments
collected. J5S.065. and diplomas,
$641.15. making a grand total
of receipts for the last IwoIto years
of 1811,539 .
Twelve Years' Expenses.
Expenses for the same period were
as follows: Assessments paid out.
fHLSf?: pensions. $14.712 50;
JS.321; general expenses.
pensions to J1,0S2.
aramntiag in all to $90,330.15.
The Lusltana Socletv has uow to
Its credit the sum of f46.SSS.S0. dlvfd
ed as follows: Real estate. $12,233.-5;
furniture. $530; cash in bank. $2.-171.45;
money loaned. $31,951.
In 1S90 the Soci'ty's credit was
JU.S78.6. This has boen increased
during the past twelve years bv, $24,-443.50.
Muoh gratification was express
and groat pride shown over those re-wits.
Tho Lsltana is today one of
the richest benevolent .societies in
the city, and with the evtfr Increasing
Portuguese colony, bids fair to become
V Founders' Portraits. t
er V. O. TwwIraV spetfe a
isa frame, containing photograph-
he twenty five founders of the
." Stedybij TafK
uucui junju great on-1
The frame is of oak ant
easel. It contains photo-
P- - i .
raphsir OA following: J. A. Af
n L d'Andrado. r
M AobregayMA. Gonsalves. M.
.Wakl set. J. G. Franca. M
deBrAjtaa. A. de Froita.l
ry c.v -
j O J? J i"iT
' C a-
i e- vJ &&
c?S?rnnndei. J. G. 'M
de Faria, A- Dias, I. A Dias. D. Cor
ela, J. Fernandez. A. Martins, S- J.
"erreira, J. G. Silva. J. A. Dias, 31
ios Santos. J. I. da Silra,
Other addresses were delivered b.
THE HOXOLLXU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY JANUARY jj, 1902.
V. H. R. Vierra. president elect OI:rnrrT) T)TD0A1IC1 DUDTCIT
the LnslUna Soci tv and M- A. llilioUild lililloJl
calves. At the conclusion of the ex
sreises the hall was cleared and "W
S. Ellis' Quintet took charge. To th'
weet strains of the Hawaiian mnsfc
over a hundred couples danced to
heir hearts" content until early this
DEWET AND SCHLEY
COMPLICATIONS MAY RESULT.
Official and Social Developments Probable
in Consequence of Secretary
Long's Action and the Reprimand
to General Miles.
"WASHINGTON. Dec. 24 The resolution
of Representative Wheeler of
Kentucky asking Congress to adopt
.he report of Admiral Dewey as the
udgment of the court of Inquiry, will
have the unexpected result of causing
i demand for the vindication of Admiral
Dewey, as well as for the vindication
of Rear-Admiral Schley. It was
not foreseen when the Wheeler resolution
was framed that Admiral Dewey
would have been practically rebuked
"by the Navy Department It is
believed that the verdict of the court
of Inquiry was tho subject of a long
conference between Secretary Long
and President Roosevelt, and at this
conference it was agreed that Secre
tary Long should make the approvals
in the language in which it was given
to the press.
The language of the approval was
Ingenuously wofded so as to convey
a rebuke to Admiral Dewey.
The socialCfeature of the unfortunate
affair is now alarming Washington.
SHAW IS SUCCESSOR
TO SECRETARY GAGE
WASHINGTON, Dec. 25. Official
announcement was made from the
White House tonight that Leslie M.
Shaw of Iowa will become Secretary
of tho Treasury, and his acceptance
of tho position in Roosevelt's Cabinet
will not affect the position of Secre
tary Wilson. This settles the
tion as to the President's attitude toward
The late President McKinley found
Wilson a good adviser during the war '
with Spain and afterward, because he
was in touch with Western people and
followed the sound common-sense
views which represent the patriotic
spirit of the country. Wilson was th-first
man in public life to declare tha'
the tlag which Dewey unfurled over
Manila Day should never be with
drawn and that the Philippine Islands
must become American territory.
While others waited he spoke out, and
tho country endorsed his utterance,
so that McKinley, after bis trip to the
West, gave official assurance that the
flag raised in Manila would never bj
Iowa will have two members in the
Cabinet, but both f them are more
than Iowa mon. They are both Western
men, who represent the groat ag
ricultural soction of tbe country, aud
are as popular In Illinois, Nebraska
and the Wost as 4n their own home
Quartermaster of Transport Sheridan
Given a Loving Cup.
There was a .e:y pleasing ceremo
ny aboard the transinjrt Sheridan.
at San Francisco, recently. Quarter
master Captain Miles is to leave tho
vessel at the end of the year and
will report at Fort Niagara for duty.
He will bo succeeded by Quartermaster
Captain H. P. Young.
On Christmas tho officers of the
transport got together and presented
Captain Miles with a loving cup. I.
ws a beautiful piece of work and
boro tbe following inscription:
A token of love and esteem to Pe
ry L. Miles, captain Fourteenth In
fantry, U. S. A., transport quartermaster
United States array transport
Sheridan, by tho following officers:
O. H. Pierce, captain; Robert S. Pawl,
chief eairvr: H- Hleuke. chief
George A. Armes, first assistant
englner; John L, Carpenter, chief
toward; Stephen Wythe, surgeon;
Harrr B. Strauss, quartermasters
."-.. .' l
M6rK; J. u. Koaeaaver, commit" t
and John B. Bauer, freight
San Francisco. CaL, Dec 25. 1S0L :
Captain Miles has been In the trans
Tort service ever slnCelhe bejran.
!e was with the Warren for nearly i
-ear and a half and vith tho Sheri-
dan since last February. He Is one
tho Jwst quartermasters ia
the service and his retirement to
regular army service will be regretted
by all his friends on the Sheridan
IN BURNING STEAMER
3AD VATERFRONT DISASTER.
Steamer Sun Bums to the Water's
Edge at Memphis Two Women
Among Those Who Met Death.
Hurricane Deck Collapses.
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. Dec 25. The
steamer Sun employed in the Memphis
and Fulton trade, burned to the
water's edge at an early hour this
morning and four lives were lost.
The dead are D. N. Ralney of Old
River. Ark.; Mrs. D. N. Rainey of Old
River. Ark.; Mrs. G. M. Timbs of Richardson
Landing, Tenn.; child'of Mrs.
G. M. Timbs.
The fire was discovered at 4:10 a.
m. as tho steamer lay at the wharf
here, and spread with such great rapidity
that tho craft was a mass of
flames when the department responded
to the alarm. When the Sun arrived
in port last night from Fulton most
of the passengers went ashore, but
ten or a .dozen passengers decided to
spend the night on the boat Among
these were' Mr and Mrs. Timbs and
baby, Mrs. Timbs sister, Miss Josie
Hammers, and Mr. and Mrs. D. N.
Miss Hammers was sleeping with
her sister and the baby in a stateroom,
and when she was awakened
by the smoke she aroused her sister
and started toward an exit. Mrs.
Timbs however, went back for the baby,
and before she could return the
hurricane deck gave way and escape
was cut off. Miss Hammers -got out
without Injury. Timbs was In another
staterorm, and until the collapse
of the roof came tried by every means
to reach his wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Rainey had a stateroom,
and nothing was ever heard of
were discovered. When the first body
wns taken out Timbs Identified it as
his wife by a ring worn on her finger.
The body was horribly burned.
The body of (he baby has not yet been
QUIET DAY FOR POLICE.
Reduction in Price of Stimulants Fol-lowed
by Fewer Arrests.
Considering the marked reduction
In the price of certain alcoholic
ulants as compared with a year ago.
the number of Individuals arrested
for drunkenness by the police department
yesterday was comparatively
New Year's Day, 1902, was a quiet
one in many resnects. Whether New
Year resolutions had much to do with
he moderate pace set by those of an
mbibing disposition, has not been exactly
figured out. However, few
wero reported to the officers
at the central station.
Christened the New Register.
A new police register was opened
at the Central station yesterday. To
P. Silverton belongs the credit of being
the first offender booked in the
new year 1902. Silverton indulged in
uproarious celebration in commemorating
the decline of o'd 1901 He was
landed in the tanks at 12: 5 yesterday
Suit for divorce has been brought
bv Susan Kahillna from I. H.
na on the ground of crue'ty. The wife
swore she was afra'd her husband
would assault her and praved Judge
Humphreys for an injunction to restrain
him. The request was refused
on the ground that assault and
wprn a crlm'nal offense and
ronlil not be entolnetL
Treea Blown Over.
Commissioner of Agriculture Wray
Taylor reports that several large
eucalyptus trees have been blown
over by the recent heavy winds on
Tantalus. The commissioner is of
the opinion that the heavy ran
wore the prime cause of the uprooting
of the trees, mucb of the ea-th
being washed from around their
Arlon Society's Ball.
The Arion Society will have its first
founder's celebration and a musical
entertainmenfat the Elk's hall, corner
of Miller and Beretania streets,
tonight at S o'clock.
Music at the Hotel.
The Quintette Club played at thef
Hawaiian Hotel last night-
The average critic of the newspaper
doos not cwn stock in. any newspaper.
ind does not know the cost of gett'n
he news. The chances are that h
has never consciously met a reporter.
Yet most of what he knows from
outside of his own business or profession
has been taught him by the
newspapers. Thev fhew him every
dav that the world is not what he
rants It to b a-d It Is hard for h!xn
to Isarn their lessons, and especially
iard to mtke allowances for their
faults. He inav bslaxy they are
for h'm: he mav be stupid
they are intelligent for him; he may
" timid thev are bod for him; he
may be timid they are hold for him;
e damns the newspapers.
When a reporter, working day and
night throws the frdor tt youth or
the pitv of age Into tragic scenes
from court where everyone with a
bright heart was In tears, he damns
he newpacers. When an ed'torial
which he hunts bfor breakfast
n ordr to know wlnt to think
is not exbustir. ho damns the
newspapers. His especial condemnation
1 best'WPd rpon, what he cal's
th vu'gar publicity o the newspapers.
When he rads enough papers, or
extends his readine bevond his newspapers
and his business, or, better
ct'H. tr0 to rrvpf corn
h mav learn that vulgar publicity is
oftn a safeguard cf u"tice Good
taste and the modert tho critis to
hrink si nnen "sht wHh
One of tha of the leading
rHmlnals po'lticlans is to scare
oil tho private citizen by warning him
that eivil comrnuneations corrupt rood
manners. But publ'c spirit is much
more robust d ecint when
with a famil'ar knowledge of the
vulgar "world Monthly.
From the Reports of the dealprs in
this city, we th'nk no proprietary
medicine has a larger sale than Pain-Killer.
Its valuable propert'es as a
speedy cure for pain .can not fail to be
generally annrpciaf'd. in case of accident,
or sudden attack of dsenterv.
diarrhoea, cholera morbus Mrntreal
Star. Avoid substitutes. thre is but
one Perry Davis. Price
25c .and 50c.
A prominent Montreal dciyjma, the Her. Jasita
II. Dixon, Rector St. Jades and Hon. Canon of
Chrfit Church Cathedral, write: "Permit oe to
toed jcu a few line to ctrocgiy recommend
Ptrby Datis' Pais-Kilitis. 1 have need it with
jit is faction for thirty-five jeart. It is a preparation
hkh dejcrrcs fill poblic corJSdtcce.
X pore care for
Pain-Killer Chills. oughs,
Two Size, 25c and Kta.
There Si onl? one Perry Davis.
II you have We can
broken repair it.
ENAMELED IN ALL COLORS.
1186 Union Street.
OPP. PACIFIC CLUB.
Joseph Hartmann k Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Will Sell from Dec. 19tfc to Dec. 31st,
BEER at $1.85 per dozen.
" at $11 per barrel of 6 dozen.
WINES, at 50c. to $2.00 per gallon.
" at $2.50 to fS. In bottles, per
WHISKIES from $2.50 per gallon and
" in bottles of $7 per dozen
ALL WHISKIES BOUGHT. FROM
THOMPSON BROS.'S DISTILLERY
IN KENTUCKY DIRECT.
Low Prices for the Holidays.
WAVERLEY BLOCK, BETHEL ST.
Tom Sharp I
(Successor to CHAS.SEYDONE.)
Designing: and Gilding.
Itivertising a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
THE EAGLE SALOON
GEO. J.,CAVA2JATJGH, Prop'r.
Always SB tap.
Cor. Punchbowl and Hatekaulla. St.
(THE QUEEN" OF
Served at state dinners at the White House.
Used by Boyalty and the reigning Princes throughout
A beverage fit for "the gods" and within" the reach of
For Sale by MAGFARLiNE
Base Bali m
- ; i i "" i
Tin Hardware 3
A $20.00 SILVER WATCIi
V3LL BE GIVEN
All News Boys are eligible aud the 'contest
starts on WEDNESDAY MORNING . . .
JANUARY nst, 11902
Come and see the,
It-'s a Daisy
for selling the most paper-3
PLAIN, PAINTED and
Ii3?afe.aoa.i & Go.
Did you ever try a really 303d Mexican cfgar ?
We are selling them at a reduced nt just now.. .Drop In
MIM TOBiOCG GO. LID.
t CO.. Ltd..
General Line Cutlery
0 THE MOST Enter-
prising News Boy,
who disposes of the
most papers of . . .
Cbe Honolulu Republican
during the month of
Stem Winder, Hunting
ver, ti Standard
won the GOLD WATCH
up to Christmas Day.
rr? HOTEL STREET.
Cor. Nnnana and Merchant zxA
Hotel St. opp. Bethel. P. O. Box 373.
PROKPTliX IXECTJTED BT THZ
PUSL1SHIXO CO., Ltd.
Cli,ied Airertutmentt i thi !
tciii 6 inserted at 10 ctnts a Ia $rt
iMirtio; 5 etxU a lis ttconi inter
tion; 23 caU ftr Une tr Kk; 35
crs ptr li ttco Kttks, and 50 cent
prr line pir stomtk.
WANTED Injiaediatair. aa
aale or female collector, liberal
commission paW. Apply Thursday
morals?, at Beslasa 05
WANTED Immediately. xpdei
sabscrlptioa canvassers, liberal
Apply htfiia OSt
WANTED Japanese eop)e wtefc situation:
man can cook aad de
work, wife house wwrk. Aaalr
P. .0. Box S9S.
WANTED To sctl, aMae gee wnjte D4.
mocd rinRs; ako fine opal riags;
price. Watc&M nipaim! aa
time- G. Diets. Tratchakir a ad
Fort sL, near HoteL In lrwco'
to do laiimJry wwt
and South streets.
ROOMS FOR RENT II1ms Cottrt.
Private Hotel, off Adam's Laa.
near EMte BKlldlng. 'PboM White
31S1. IL M. Levy, manager.
TO LET Three furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply cornr
of Matlock and KeeeumokM streets.
TO LET Delightful roomy bath ttlg.
with either hot or coW watw. and
every Improvement and convanfenaa
known to the modern ags. At
Sllont Barber Shop.
TO LET Newly furnished doublo
parlors; also rooms, Borotanla ave.,
FOR RENT An eight room cotUg
on Young street Apply J. A. Ms-goon.
F(tPuRrmTxm J norT b0Q3
on lonng street, containing
'2 bedrooms upstairs, and 2 bed
rooms, 1 double room, parlor, dinlns
room, kitchen, bath room and patent
water closet down stairs. Kapiolanl
COMFORTABLE COTTAGES ON the
premises of the Sanitary Steam Laundry
Co.. Ltd.. Mannion and South
streets. The cottages contain 4 rooms,
kitchen and bath room. No extra
charge for hot and cold water and
electric lights. Rent reasonable. Apply
on the premises to J. LJgbtfoot,
FOR SALE The furniture and furnishings
of a cottage on
Kinau Btreet. near Alapai. AjV.v A.
A., Republican OfRw.
FOR SALE Furniture of new
house. Complete In evory detail.
House can bo rented. Possesion
given on or before Feb. 1 if desired.
Address X, this office.
Csrxo J. SALTER
ORPHEUM BLOCK. Phone Blue 687.
IT COSTS NO MORE
8lue Flame OIL STOVES
Kerosene and Gasoline
FOR SALE AT THE
Hawaiian HariwareCi. Ltd
BcMaeas sea w tell joa
& tkat aa ad is The Republic-
aa brisi sed reulu be-
cattie the fesfla rvd it.
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