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illH THEyHQNOLULU REPUBLICAN.
VOLUME IV. NO. 499. ' .t I ; HONOLULU, H. T., FEIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1902. P!
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2 BETTER THAX
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j- Phone Mala 21S. f
PSICE FIVE CENTS
Porto Ricans Will be Gathered
In and Sent to Other
BROWN'S DISBELIEF IN VIGILANTES
High Sheriff Stales That Ever)' Hail
Has a Right to Protect
His Own Home.
Dees Not Wish to Have Every Citizen
Carry a Gun. Porto Ricans Re
sponsible for Most Burglaries and
Hold-Ups Are a Lazy and Cow
ardly Class of People.
JteosbHeM rejtorter yesterday after
momi, gave his rlews cm the present
pCleMtlc of burglaries ami hold-ups
"I b-aUeve Urat the large number of
wemployed Porto Hlcana, who are;
now hutjHxK around in this city, are'
reapottglble for the greater number of
ill burglaries mih! hold-ups that have
recently occurred. They are a lazy.
Uttering claw. They do not want to,
war. Many of them are absolutely'
They have to get Tood in ,
, m they choose to get it by l
tHBr thlevtnjc. Moat of the recent
WurpHrltte have been of a vory potty
kUKL which couflrme my boiief that
ftte I'wto mean are responsible for
Petty and Cowardly Class.
"Tli are also doing a gront part
of the hold-tips. This was demonstrat
ed by the attempted hold-up of a hack
a few days ago, when throe Porto
JticftH were captured. Those people
ar not what would he called "bad
mn" by the police. They arc too.
t4Vy aui cowardly for thaL Most of ,
tiwtB uvo not a cent as for instance,-
out of that batch of 2G who were ar-
rested for vagrancy the other day
SO had t a penny, while the others
only possessed 10 or 15 cunts each. It
ta true that at times some are found
with ?tt of $&) (Ni tlioin. but they
aeeiH to be vary misoriy and would
rather beg or ateal than spend their
"The police ar now trying to col-
lect all these looso Porto Ricans. and '
e IntWMl opening a regular crusade !
oa tkem in a few days, arresting cv-
ery Porto Rkcan who does not work.i
mti has u visible moans of support.
To Work on Plantations. j
"Arrangements aro boing mndo to
aed them to plan'tationg on the other i
telaiHis as quickly as we get thorn. j
iiiI KBcrltiUons of each man will bo
Mat to ta district sherifTs, who will
tbn kap close tab on thorn and be
'foy'.to rrest them for vagrancy as
sooa as tfcoy quit work.
Taw u a rule which has been
adopted by the plantations that nohred at a ourgiar wno visited tnejathe orpheum last night. There
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i-wru ivican can gtn. u juu huiiuuu
alHiwiag a satisfactory certificate or,
rtisoharce from-the plantation where
He worked last, but this rule
S.rfl.l. 'i... .. ax t . .1
pnui'nu -u suitvHuvu iui . uiuv
being. We will make a point of send-
lajc the Porto Itlcans to the other Isl-!
wmSs o as to prevent them from
ArtftSitg bock to Honolulu, as would.
be the ease If w sent them to the
pJaatottoas along the railroad line. j
Waterfront Men Suspected. j
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belteve that white mon have been con
cerned la most of thom. These meni
probably hall from the waterfront.!
Before we aad American laws here
any man who left his ship without
captain's permission was arrested
l dasortcr. Now, under the Amer-j
kB laws, a sailor can leave his ship
when he ploases, and the consequence,
ie that a large nutabor of hard charac-s
ters aru drifting on the waterfronL S
We ara urine to set rid of these men t
bv arresting them for vagrancv and5 ,
j-blppine them from here as fast as, ,
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Dislikes Vigilance ComrglUees. "
Wbua asked about his opinion con
ocnung the organization of vigilance
i coaamiUeesMriSoiiid:! think
! this talk abour itgtrgace committees
is utterly absurd. It would lead to ev
ery man carrying a gun in his pocket.
a thing which I am decidedly not in
favor of. Most of the citizens here
are not used to firearms and the end
weald probably be that some Innocent
person wonld get shot.
"It is quite another thing that a
man should be ready to defend his
borne. A man's home Is his castle,;
and he has a right to defend it. If;
a man burglarizes a bouse the theory j
i is that ne is going to commit a crime j
. and that ho may possibly take life toj
attain his ends. As a consequence the
occupant has a right to shoot a per-
son whom he catches in an actual act
of burglary- Of course you can not
shoot a man just because you catch
him on vour premisos, but In a case
like that' of Mr. Cneek. Cheek certain-j
ly -would have been justified in shoot-
ing his man if he really had a knife.
"Under the statutes I do not
believe that I have a right to grant
anyone a license without also giving1
him a police commission and a badge,
which I certainly do not Intend to do.
and have the town full of specials.
Let every man look out for his own
house and the police will do the rest."
UPSET PRICE OF LAND REDUCED '
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Between Governor Dole and
Department Heads (
Right of Way Granted Over Gov-,
ernment Land Letters Read.
The Kona-Kau Railway Company
olltalned somc concession's from the'
Torritorial government, through its '
.rAcn..fntivn t rnnrnpr vostorHnv
morning. Mr. Coerper attended the'
nieoting in the Capitol between Gov-1
ernor Dole and the Territorial depart-
ment heads, asking tor a reconsider-;
ation of the upset price for the land ,
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company. The vote taken at the pre ,
ceding meeting, whereby $50 was
fixed as the upset price, was recon
sidered with the result that it was
decided to put the land up at auction
for an upset price of $10 per acre, a
fifty-foot strip on the south side, along
the beach, being reserved by the gov-
.Mr.Coerper also requested a right
of way over government land for the
railway. This was granted under the;
statute. The right of eminent do-
main which was also asked was vr
given as there was said to be no law
A petition was received from the!
taxpacrs of Makawao. Maui, asking !
that the road from that plac
place to Hai-i
ku be changed according to a
A letter from Marston Campbell,
Published elsewhere was read by Su-
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Attorney General Dole read an opin
ion, which is printed elsewhere, con-
corning the National Bank of Wai
Y. W. C. A. Song Service.
The song service which was held
I n( io V W O vocinnlnv nnnn tcaR
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-i ciifinacc fii'or rhirti' lanioc
attendo1 and siaging was enjoyed.
t,y alj prcsent.
Burglars at WaiklW
Three shots from a revolver verc
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mvmlsps nf T. Rawlins at Wa-i
klk1' on Thursday night The fellow ,
renortpd as havimr mndp his es-i
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The robber Is said to have vis-
ltA tlip afttnlnlnc- urtf.mlac thn enmo
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PUBLIC MOONLIGHT CONCERT.
This evaning. at :30 p. ra., the
Territorial band will play .the follow
luS program at the Moana Hotel:
Orrtrtiirt .Tnanitn . Siinn"i
?, ,'. itr.t fi., vi,P,
(aj KUKuaKua, ui warn Kaauuuia f
Miss J. Keliiaa. i
fcl Killoulani. (dl Liholiho.
1fcUon.'rhe Best Ever.....
WaltT A Runimpr T5vpninr
SeVet. "FlorodoraT (bv request) ... .
March. Kangaroo.. .. Stromberg
The Star Spangled Banner.
Meeting of Research Club,
A S of the Research Club will
un avia iuis evening at tne name ot
George B. McClellan. the president,
head of Anapuai .street J. A. Laing
will speak on his experiences and
travels iu "Darkest Africa.'
M. P. PEBBT'
IHTEBESTING TALK JT T. W. C. A.!
MANY PEOPLE ENJOY SPEECH'
ON SUBJECT "AUTHORS I i
Visiting Book Lover Tells of His Ac-
quaintance With Such Men as
Mark Twain, Eugene Field, OHv-,
er Optic, William Everett Hall
and Many Well Known Authors.
last evening, given by Mr. P. Perry,
of Boston, in the Y. W. C. A. rooms,
consider themselves fortunate in hav-
Sing heard Mr. Perry tell in his de-'
lightful informal way of the great.
Hterary lights has has known, or met,
with, in his extensive travels. j
His acquaintance with Oliver Optic
began when he was sixteen years old j
when a fellow passenger en route to
' New York. Oliver Optic took a '
kindly interest in the boy and onj
parting with him gave him a book.'
Many years after, when they met
again. Oliver Optic recalled this in-'
Eugene Field Not Immoral.
Many charming stories were
of Eugene Field and of the Bohemian
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Club in Denver which was organized
oy Eugene Field. Mr. Perry utterly
repudiated the Idea that Field was an
In Boston he knew William Everett'
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r.u.c- u uu uuse uCam mm aj
that he felt like taking off hls hat!
ever" t,me hP saw au electric street
car because of its
Mark Twain was described as a'
inan 0f charming personality, whose
wit Is spontaneous and sparkling,
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Tells of Leslie's Salon.
In New York Mr. Perry had attend
ed the salons of Mrs. Frank Leslie
and met there a class of men whose
coats were shiny and who cared for
the kind and quantity of refresh
ments offered them more than for
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Mr. Perry also gave charming re-j
miniscenses of the time he spent at
the Aldine Club in New York, of his
acqUaintance with Holmes and many
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other notable literary men
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FISH IN MID-AIR
CROWD WAS KEPT WONDERING1
Special Scenery Appreciated Ridicu
lously Clever Tricks Every Seats
Taken Numerous Changes
Fresh Stunts Awheel.
Professor Powell, catching live'
gold fish in midair and from the audi
ence on a regulation rod and line, and .
the same gentleman drawing unlimit-ji2.
ed pinocle decks from inside pock-
. t.nn, ,1.,. t..n .ji,n -nn.rin
t" ICH IUC IWSC ouunu uuuc..u&1
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were iuis oi iresu uuixiueis ou iuei
program. The DelloreniS had some '
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"peciai sreaeij auu uuetis iu iuw
new set of tricks by the "Professor" .
that were as ridiculously clever as
Piatt and Sutherland changed their'
act as did Hope Haddoa and Mile de
Monza. The bicyclists who were glv-i
en an ovation as was Salerno had one j
or two fresh tricks on their wheels.
Tbe ariel footed Ferraris and Aoras
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TTtar cent t e aviin t-raVon qttH
Every seat was again taken and
evervbodv was entfiusiastic over the
performance. The numerous changes
constitute practically a new program
and these that are unchanged are -
well worth seeing many times over.
The matinee, will be taken advan-j
.. of hr nil nr.roni tr -, to
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give their children a trsaL
The Robber Escaped.
Charles Bon, employed at Bishop's'
Bank, is numbered among those who
have recently been visited by foot-
jiads. His room at the Jacobson aousei
was entered the other night, and a '
new suit of clothes, a pair of shoes
a gold watch and a considerable!
amount of cash
rured by the!
TobbersTwho esca?ei. " rz "
that was much amireciated. and . ca "CiC "-'uuv " ""- cuw'c,and jhhs Belle talker has been an- takp hPlr hathinc nltK
and Rudd performed wonders " ui ue pwb--. l nounced. Miss Walker is the daugh- Sue bathing place at
linnes hps Hp5 introdnplntr a ' ""c " ""- " "" .-ot k vuv. ,er of th la. j0hn s Walker. Mr.'
Program of Numerous Vocal
and Instrumental Selections
j CH0RUS OF ABOUT THIRTY GIRLS;
Large Number Of GlHSSICal PieCeS
T) f J v lLa
are enOnnea Oy Wc
Results of Careful and Thorough
Training Shown Evening Much
Enjoyed by the Audience Hall
Prettily Decorated With Flowers
and Filled- With Interested People.
The pupils' recital which took place
last night at the Kamehameha Girls'
I School was a great success and was
j most thoroughly enjoyed by all who
attended. The recital took place in
j the large hall in the mauka wing of
. the build ng. The hall was tastily
j decorated with flowers and greens
and was pacijed with people.
The recital does great credit to the
good and thorough instruction which
. .. . . .-.. recGived
glance at the program shows by such
names as Beethoven, Menhelssohn,
Griec and Rubinstein that solid class-
j ical music has been taught instead of
the modern technical fireworks which
take the places of the old masters at .
The Evening's Program.
The complete program was as fol
lows: 1. Bohm, Piano Duet, Polonaise..
The Dance King
Bertha Peiler, Miss Bylngton. i
2. Mendelssohn chorus j
(b) Fair Tinted Primrose. j
3 Bohm( p5ano Trio.Festival March
Zelie Lima, Hattie Jotc '
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. iiuuiei uiuu, nuius..rau urnii "
A Class. I
5. Grieg. Piano Solo....Albumblattj
Alice Muller. ,
6. (a) Mendelssohn, Song j
. On Music's Wing j
(b) Lyman, Song.My Sweetheart
7. Beethoven, Duet Melody in D.;
Piano, Clara Smith. j
Organ, Miss Byington. J
S. Planquette, Chorus... Chimes of ,
Normandy, Legend of the Bells. ,
9. Raff-Piano Quartette, Lenore ,
1. Piano. 2. Piano.
Katie Sadler, Miss Byington,
Elizabeth Vannatta. Miss Aholo.
10. Sullivan arr. Chorus
The Lost Chord
i 11 - Rnli?Tictoin Plinn Tlupt "Vnntnrnp
EjlzaDth vannatta, Katie Sadler. J
Bullard, Chorus Hush Hush
K li. N. Uail. A
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. Although the instrumental selec-
tions were well rendered, the chorus-'
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Belles," from the "Chimes of
mW. wnicn was renaerea oy ootn
female and male voices.
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Tl.. .fc .l.M.n.,. Va .
i .rnnrinp- nnn " m 'i ininn fc-mm. t
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v2i ntrtr IU2U wcu icuuctcu uj
about thirty of the girls. The fine
voices which generally accpmpanv a
-.i f ; .ir,o.,i o.tv.- Zth
the careful and thorough training
?ic..tA ui uahtac uivwu. (.u,7uc r, ,fcu
have received from the
musical instructor Miss
wilfl tn Pr"Ct modulation and ac-
curate tune maae taese cnorases
. such as are seldom heard in Hono-
Charming EntertainmenL '
The "Fairy Chorus" by Zimmerman.
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was a very pretty thing indeed, as "
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j was also "The Lost Chord," by Sulli-
! van anrt Rnllad's "Hijh Hnsh." I
Upon the whole the ensemble of
charms of the evening, the beautiful
singing, the many handsome girls'
dressed In white who were seated on
the platform, and the tasty florardec i
orations made last night's recital an
event that will not be easily for-l
gotten. by those who were fortunate
enough to attend. - ,
YOUNG PEOPLE DISCING MERRILY
LEADING PORTUGUESE SOCIETY
ENTERTAINS VERY LARGE
Romeo, George Washington and
Spanish Cavalier Represented.
The 1902 Club Also Gives Suc
cessful Dance Vocal Selections
and Clever Acting Appreciated.
The masquerade ball given last!
night at Lusitana hall by the Con-
. cordia Society was a great success.
lu- tuaaajj uc ic uul must; iuul
Uea- them took it upon themselves to ,
' rePresent the absent ones. f
, 0ver one hundred couples whiried
and danced until the small hours of
this morning. A true Latin gaiety
prevailed during the evening and
nothing happened to marr the joyous
and happy spirit of the merrymakers
A Hawaiian quintet club furnished
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the music for the dancing. Between
the hours of 7:30 and 9:30 the floor
had been reserved for the masks.
some of which were very pretty. The
Spanish Cavalier, as represented by
V. Fernandez, was very realistic and
his costume was one of the finest to
be had in Honolulu. A close second
was Romeo, represented by Abel S.
Nascimento, who in his demeanor
truly personified the Romeo of the
celebrated Opera. A small boy, Irene
Costa, represented George Washing-
Ion, and had as a partnena little girl,
Irene Costa, dressed all in green. B.
Correa made a most typical American
Indian, and J. Marcellino impersonat-
' frl e rx nnt1tnnt inn i i wi ri tr m-wl )
ed to perfection an American girl.
About 10 o'clock a committee com
nnco.1 nt Mdnr nnmnn A OvU-o nH
(wuu w ftujw vwiutwui k w;u tM )
J. Saunders met on the platform to
decide who deserved the prizes for
the best and most original costume.
They decided that Manuel Silva, who,
represented a flower girl, deserved the
I first prize and that Abel Kascimento
i should be 'given the second.
' Refreshments were served during
t the evening, and the dance proved to
I be a most enjoyable affair. The com
i mittee in charge of the ball was as
J. C. Olivera. chairman; M. J. Cab'
ral, secretary; J. M. Gomez. J. A '
Jose, J. M. Medeiros. M. Alimada, Jr., ,
and L. Nunes
iiie oncoruia is a musical ana so-
rclal societv composed of the best
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, element of the Portuguese colony and ,
I has the following officers: L. Nunes.
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presiaent; J. Jose, vice-president; M.i
OUvera, secretarj- and J. Carvalho,
1902 CLUB'S SOCIAL.
Over a Hundred People Enjoy Them-
selves Until the Early Hour.
Tne fir3t soda, and dance Qf the
1902 Cmb WM given ,ast n,ght at
Elk-S ha whch had been pmtHv
deCorated. The music was furnished
bv a Hawaiian orchestra. Over sixtv
coupleS were presentt and danced un.
tn a Iate or ratner earv nour j,.
riPtwepn Hnnofs Mrs nvrtpr nv n
j ocal solo, and Mr. Oliver Bainbridge
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entertained the audience with some
' clever Impersonations.
. Refreshments were .srved during
thp pvpninir and nvpr n dn?pn mem-
bera signed the rolls of the club.
The engagement of F. W. Kiebahn
Xor-'Klebahn is tbe head of the snipPing,to
department of Hackfeld & Co. '
u Hnn 5s ntPmnlntin . '
business trip to the CoasL He will!
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leave on or about February IsL
John Kelker. formerly connected
'VTith the 0ahu Railway, has accepted
a position as master mechanic with
" HI!o Hallway. Mr. Kelker has
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tor ms new nem or opera-
a. .k. Lunna nas taKen tne mmative
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iu. me luimnuuu
at Waikiki. !
c eeeoe. manager ot tne uioDe the - couid reach all
Navigation Company s HonolaIus people in time, he promptly took the !
JJnh -,eft yTe,5lerd5'Jt!r 3bUl!l b7 r the horns and telephoned to!
the Eureka, He will visit the DOrton?.,. ,. , ..ji . u '
hMctniuc miacinn i
H. W. Holllns, t-avellcg agent for
th Examiner, is canvassins the Ter -
ritory for subscribers to the weekly,
edition. Some beautiful art prizes '
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are being given to new subscribers, j
There will be a game of Association
football played on the Makiki grounds I
tomorrow afternoon, at J 3:15 The a
I captains of the teams request that
' the players be punctual so that the
'gam can start oa time. The game
will be between, the Malle Illmas and
the 'Wanderers, the teams belay cola
posed as follows:
Maile Illmas Goal, Chamberlain,
backs. McGUl and R. Anderson; half
j backs. Brown. Cralk and J Anderson; ,
" forwards, Messrs. Lansdale. Boyle.
Bolster. Sen Qui. !
Wanderers Backs. Usborne and.
ana Kerr. j
GIYES GRASD LUAU
FEASTING, DANCING AND MUSIC
Hundreds of Honolulu's Prominent
Pe:p!e Gather at Keoua Villa in
Honor cf the Birthday of the
Young Prince Keoua.
Princess Theresa Wilcox, wife of!
Delegate Wilcox, cave n grand luau
and recept!on &ter hQ KeouJ
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' iiI,a' Ias nISht in honor of the ninth
uinauay anniversary 01 ner sou, .
A magnificent feastwas sDread. a
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number of long, heavily laden tables
accommodating a large number of : evening to witness the solemnization
Honolulu's prominent people. j of the marriage bans betwon Kd-
Froni early in the evening until ' ward Vivian Richardson and Mtoa
early this morning feasting and danc- Elizabeth Holt. The ceremony was
ing and merrymaking went on to the, performed by Rev. Alexander Mac
great pleasure of all present- intosh. the impressive double ring
The Territorial band was on hand service of the Episcopal church b
n"1Ul its ever charmiug music and the
' Hawaiian Quintet Club, with its fas-
cinating Hawaiian airs, was also
conspicuous and delightful.
, sincinc found a chance hetween
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dreds of listeners, and the voices of
i the song birds of Hawaii were indeed
!- m .
princess ineresa was nere, tnere,
and everywhere. looking after her 0r white ros0i5 maiden-hair fern,
guests and taking care that none ' Miss Helen Holt, a niece of the bride,
lacked for entertainment or repasu was tne bridesmaid. She was gown
The Princess was ably and delight- j ed in white organdy over pale blue
fully assisted by Miss Lilian Cramer. , s and carried a bouquet similar to
The decorations, floral and other-. tnat of the bride. Misses Wattie and
wise, were magnificent. Keoua Villa j Amelia Holt, also niecos of the brido.
was last night the prettiest and the were the flower girls who scattered
happiest place in town. The luau
was an event which will linger long
in the minds of those fortunate
enough to attend.
tj ATTT I CP AfT X TTAVF
M H A VMMil A INN
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RESULT OF A PRINTER'S ERROR
Y. W. C. A. Plans a Picnic to Waikik
and is Joined by Y. M. C. A. Later,1
Music and Supper at Mrs. Hob- arch at the entrance to the chancol
ron's Beach Place. I was formed of naIra Ieaves aad blee1'
i Ing hearts. The choir desks were
trimmed with huapala vine and many
On Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock hands0nie palms and bamboo branch
the members of "the Y .M C j. A. will wcn? effectively placed in the
meet at the Y. W- C. A. and the party i
will proceed on wheels to WaikikL i cnanceu
ThnM trh nrrr tnrDiin,. tho '
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V.H.5 UJ U UlUCI Wttn, UUU 1UU9C WUU
are not able to start at that hour, '
will join the party later in Waikiki. I
The party will stop at Mrs. Hob-,
ron's place on the old beach road, i
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-I j which will be enjoyed on the lanai. j
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.nusic win iorm pan ot me program
. or the day. There will be four string i
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eu instruments ana vocai selections
will also be rendered. j
All those who attend are invited to
as there is a
Mrs. Hobron's ;
beach house where the ladles expec;
enjo.. a swIm
All mpmhpr or rhP Ao,taiInn ..ro
invito to atr mi tn in.ii.ro tholr,
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friends to go with them.
Secretarj Brown, of the Y. M
A., during. the afternoon discovered ;
that one of the evening papers by a
typographical error had stated that
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we picnic wa3 given oy me i. juu;
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mistake had begun to make arrange-,
ments for the trip- and as he d!d not.
, iUlUA it UV35IU1C tUUL. UUUUUdUUU Ui,
siiig tuuiUJivtcc ui i-uics IU UIWlll- Ui, .
He told them of the- tern affairs had
llst - pn an.1 nrimt fe sbipmpn; Ti-lth
the request that the Y. M. C. A. mem-
bers be allowed to accompany the Y. 1
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w. C A. ladies on their trip. ThJs
I request was graciously granted and.
las a conseaaence. the Y. M. C. A.
jmen will be enabled to enjoy 'a so-
J clable picnic through, the little . mls-i
take of placing an "M" in tha place of
"W." . . . . t
IS HOLT HAS A
AT ST. AIM'S
Episcopal Cathedral Filled With
Friends of Bride and
GHURGH PRETTILY DEG0RATED
Bridal Party Greeted With Wagner's
March on Grand
Colonel John D. Holt Gives Bride
Away Miss Helen Holt Acts as
Bridesmaid and George F. Wright
as Best Man Hundreds Attend
Reception Handsome Presents.
St. Andrew's Cathedral was filled
I with a fashionable audience tet
The bride was charming in a
white gown of peau do soie trimmed
with shirred satin ribbon. The town
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blossoms. The bridal bouquet was
rose petals in the path of the bride
I up to the chancel rail.
George F. Wright acted as host
man. Colonel John D. Holt, a brother
of the bride, gave her away, and
Lionel Hart and Charles Ah Foolc
acted as ushers.
Beautiful Floral Decorations.
The floral decorations were vary
effective and beautiful, and they wore
, the work of friends and former school-
i mates of the bride. The chandeliers
were wound with mailo lels. The
chancel rail was hidden by ropes of
green, with 'bleeding hearts, while an
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entrance of the bridal party.
the ceremony was being performed
he rendered some sweely solemn mu-
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Save Mendelssohn's wedding march.
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In the audience at the church wero
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Richards, Wm. Dixon. Miss Irea
Dixon, Miss Peterson, Mrs. Cuuha,
Mr. Albert Cunha Mr. and Mr.
Booth. Deputv Sheriff Chllllngworth
and w,fo Mrs, IiOWry MIss iOaoa.
Mrs. Mcintosh and many others.
Hundreds Attend Reception
After the wedding a recepttoa
took place at the home of the bride's
sister - in - law, Mrs. Elizabeth Holt, en
the corner of Makiki and Lunallto
Between 250 and 300 people called
to congratulate the happy couple.
leaving as souvenirs a host of beau-
Uful pre3ents, such as jewelry, sit
venPare cut glass war' Jbnes.
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many other thIng3 too nmaerous to
The Qjntpt Ciub was trent and
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young society people present en
Joyed a dance. During the evening
"Sht reiresnments were served
Hasscn Ready for Work.
Arrangements for the inspection of
electric - win about-the fit-r a .
ing forward at a gratifying rate., Wj
F. C. Hasson recentlr auDoiate.? tnl
spector 13 preparing -forms 'to sia-
'tematlze his office work.